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THE PRESIDENT.
Ghort Stops at Various Places
on the Route to Mil
waukee.
tho Crenra or the Cream City
Kises to tho Pleasant
Occasion.
ft Great Welcome Extended to the
Executive, and So Admis
sion-Fee.
The Germans Formally Thank Elm
for tho Appointment of
Carl Scliarz.
Their Warm Expressions of Oonlldenoa
Voiy Gratifying to Mr.
Hayes.
ffmlist. Wla., Sept. 11.-Tlic Pmldentl.l
party left Madison by special train at 1 o dock
and proceeded rapidly to Milton Junction, the
first slop., llpre, and at old MHloo. there were
many people assembled to see the President.
AT WUITBWAfBR
there was a grand assemblage, there being col
lected, after a few hours’ notice, several thou
sand people. The reception was cordial and en
thusiastic. The President was escorted to a
Hand that had been bsstly prepared and Intro
duced by tho Hon. Charles O. Williams. Ho
ipoko for about fifteen minute* on finance,
making an argument in favor of ft stable cur
rency and showing the danger in attempting
dcw methods In a departure from constitutional
money. Wo bad been through years o! Infla
tion and the hardship incident thereto, and
now we had reached solid constitutional
ground once more. Should wo give this all up
snd go back to Inflation again, ami again strug
gle through tbe slough of distress! His advice
*as against any experiment, and against any
thing condemned bv the experience of the
Unsocial world.
AT WAVRXSIU
there was another very large and very
enthusiastic assemblage, numbering thousands.
The President was Introduced by Gov. William
E. Smlthftand proceeded to speak very much as
at Whitewater. At each place the people colled
for Mr. Haves, and they were gratified by an
introduction. Tho stop was for fifteen minutes
only, when the Journey to Milwaukee was
lealo resumed. Tbe Milwaukee Committee,
consisting ol the Hon. John Black, Mayor;
the iion. Alexander Mitchell; Geo. 11. C.
Hobart, President of the City Council; Charles
Bar, President of the Chamber of Commerce;
Uic Hon. George W. Allen, A. B. Oullfuss, H.
0. Payne, Postmaster, Gor. W. E. Smith, ex
-OoV. Lufllngton (the three latter having Joined
lie portv at Madison), nnd representatives of
he Milwaukee and Chicago press, who came
mt by special car, Jolucd the party at this
joint-
AT MILWAUKEE.
gpteiat I)i*patch to TO* Tribunt.
Milwaukbb, tiept. ll.—As the‘train pulled
Into the depot in this city, the Presi
dential salute was fired br a battery of artillery
frem the National Soldiers’ Home. Notwith
standing the cool, threatening weather, an im
mense concourse of citizens was in waiting to
greet the party.. The crowd was so great that
it was with difficulty that a passage could bo
forced from the cars to the streets, the strong
polite force in attendance being comnelled to
charge tbe throng several times before they
would giro way. The reception was a very cor
dial ami enthusiastic one, cheer alter cheer be
ing sent up os the President passed from tho
tars to tho carriage lu wailing. After entering
Vhe carriage
tub rnocxsstoN
formed and proceeded in tbe following order:
Platoon of Police.
Marshal ami hand of music.
Staff of citizens on horseback,
blicrldan Guards.
Reception Committee In carriages.
Carriage containing President llnjoa end family,
tilth posts of (I. A. It. an agnard or honor.
Other members of the party In carriages.
The Koeclutko Guards.
A Juvenile band.
Ibe Wisconsin Commnndery of Patriarchs in uni-
form.
Visiting delegates from other cities.
Members of the City Fire Department.
Citizens In carriages.
Tbo procession was formed of five divisions,
«od presented a very llou appearance as It
moved through the principal streets, the crowd
n attendaueo becoming lurtrcr as the proccssluu
idvatteed towards the tmsiutss portion ot the
aiy. Thu decorations on East Water
greet aud the Ncwhall House were
ssoecially noticeable. The President rode
with uncovered head, responding to
tiie cordial and entliuslnnlie greetings tendered
him at every point along too line oi march,
whivU Included the principal streets n( the citv.
At Hr. Mitchell’s residence, corner ot Grand
avenue and Ninth street, the Prcstdentaud wife
lull the party and entered Mr. Mitchell's pals*
tlui home, where they win remain as bis hon
ored cuosts during tiicir stay in the city.
The procession thou rctnmed U» the Ncwhall
House, where rooms had been cugagnd fur the
balance of the party. - Notwithstanding the
President had made a request that the reception
should be made a quiet nltalr, It proved to he
one of the largest ana most enthusiastic greet
ings tendered him since he started on Ids trip.
Darla? the movement of the procession the citv
church hell* chimed the national airs, every peal
ol the bells being responded to by an answering
shout ut welcome (rum the surging multitudes.
Thu general reception was a complete ovation
from the beginning, aud was entirely unparll
lam •
SHAKING HANDS.
After tea at Air. Mitchell’s, the President
and wife were conveyed to the Ncwhall House,
where, agreeable to nubile announcement, a re
ception was held. Lung before d o’clock, the
time fixed for thu opening of thu doors, Broad
way, from Wisconsin to Michigan street, wo*
completely packed with a very enthusiastic
crowd, who waited patiently for the arrival of
the I resident. At 8 o’clock the doors of the
ladles’ entrance were opened, and thu crowd
pasted up the stairway to the main parlor,
where they were Introduced to the President hy
M r . Charles Bay, and to Mrs. Hayes by the
Hon. George W, Allen, after which they passed
out ut thomaln entrance. A fair estimate places
the number present this evening at not less than
7,000. At 10 o’clock the President and wife
returned to .Mr. Mitchell I *. During tue progress
af the reception ot the Ncwhall House this
sveuliig, while thu President and Mrs. Hayes
sere shaking hands with those lu the parlors,
there was a demand from the vast throng out
side. who were Impatient at not being able to
vet In. for thu President and a ►peocn. Tbo
Frc silent turned the people lo the parlors over
to Mrs. Haves, and mode his appearance on the
balcony and addressed the people outside lor a
liomeut or (wo.
TUB ASHMANS,
Soon after word come (hat nearly a thousand
representative German citizens In the dining
rooms were waiting to see the President. He
•as escorted thither by a Committee coosUttOß
of Col. Benjamin and W. W. Coleman, of the
UtralJ. aud welcomed In the following re
narks by Geo. F. C. Winkler:
Mb. Piikmpznt: As the City of Milwaukee Is
•oiaryely composed of citizens of German birth,—
iuuru largely, probably, lu proportion ihsu any
Jinsr-city in tuo l nlu.il btslet,—the desire bas
been expressed on thu pan of the citlsensuf (nsl
•atiunalitr to addre>s to yon a special word. U is
act io tell yon (fur Hat >ou nesa But be told) mat
• o have iouud in our adopted country a happy
autue, which wo lovo and chsrtsb, whoso
uoerty w« prize, waoss honored Imlilu
we would vis with til uur
•tUuw-ciUzeDS to preserve inviolate, bm rather to
loQvey to yon uur sense or satisfaction *i tue gsn
iral course oi your Aciniulsiratluu (applause),
“id toassuru you of uur strong and earccvi *ym-
Vaiby with every effort towards adi>uutsUAli«s
fefurto. (Applause. | We desire al*o u> express
*o you our gratification and our thanks tint,
K’cucslalng. as we so long have known them, taa
•u-rUng worth, the enlightened statesmanship. and
me devoted patriotism of our late fellow-towns
(ueu, uur especial friend aud couutrymap, Mr.
ran bchurr (app.autej. you have, undeterred
?’ Ms foreign birtli, invited him to a seal in the
-atjjoclof tuo nation. We bid you heartily w el
•oiuu to our city, und beg to assure >ou that, tu
*ne future administration of your great office, you
• i<l tcuitcmlr d oy uur test wishes a* well, tu »/
mr strongest hopes, lAppiausc. J ,
-, w . BCSI'O.NSIS. '
the President replied as follows: (
r's: K.wCirmx* of Milw ai ke::: I’hsvsba*
kood citizen* of ml panic* .with this
• * iutr > r in bo united Jupplamc,, nut merely by
■cu uf u\» f tut id interest snd atfccliuu; that
«y w.iut » elvil service. pure, eftlcinutt uud bu«i*
“ llLc (snntau»«); and tast tn«y want a cat
fi**"V »o sound and aUblv that It wif, defraud so
Ir.V 9 . pp,3u * c h In lbs attainment. of these ob
i««L .•?? nellsced that farl beburs would give
“ tn«t old, ana I Usq apou him 'with confidence.
(Eoog-continned applause, dnrlcgwhlch (he Presl
dent retired. ]
The President was decolv effected by the cor
dial and sympathetic greeting and tndorseuiciit
of him by these representative Hermans.
AMUSEMENTS.
MACAUJ.EY AT nAVEIH.T’S.
Mr, Uarncv Macanloy Is playing at Havcrly s
this week. The piece In which It has pleased
him to make his bow on this occasion to tbe
Chicago public Is one oltogethcr. unworthy
of bis reputation, and one In which an actor of
bis powers must needs /col that ho Is exerting
bis abilities to a Tory poor end, and with but
Indifferent results. The plot Is made up of sit
uations so extravagantly Improbable os to
awaken a sense of the ludicrous oven In the
most thrilling scenes, and Is Interwoven with
many venerable Jokes, respectable only forithelr
antiquity- The play opens very fairly, and one
Is led during the first two acts to expect a very
enjoyable new England Idyl to be unfolded In
Its progress, but all at once the author seems to
bare lost stgnt of this object, ami plunges deeper
and deeper into the bathos of the dime novel In
the closing scenes, and the curtain falls upon a
piece of scullery tragedy even less respectable
fo a literary *ordramatic polutof view than that,
which has hitherto been regarded’as the no
plus ultra of literary dcsplcsblencst.
The piece begins with the arrival of the hero,
VnelclktnU (Mr. Macauley), at the house of the
widow and daughter of bis brother, who Is
supposed to have beou murdered and robbed.
The brother bod a large amount of properly on
his person, and, os when the lifeless corpses of
himself and horse ore found at tlio bottom of a
cliff, the money Is not to bo found, the conclu
sion of the neighbors has been that ho was first
robbed and then driven aver the cliff. The loss
of this money renders the widow and daughter
destitute, and places them In the power
of tbe mortgagee of their homestead,
.Simon Brim s (Mr. Brower), who, however,
agrees to release the mortgage If the daughter
will marry film. But the heart of the daughter
Uertrude (Mtss Gould), Is already bespoken by
one Jtuuell t.'tay, a sailor who Is supposed to
bare been shipwrecked. All this Is talked over
In the opening scene with Untie Ban'll who un
fortunately has not the money wherewithal to
assist them, but who volunteers to go to Bos
ton to hunt up a brother of tbe widow, to ask
bis assistance, and to make Inquiries as to the
fate of the missing sailor. In the next act wc
find Untit Dan'l in Boston, bewildered bv the
Intricacies of its streets, and by the difficulty of
finding a man of the name of John Smith
In so largo a city. He tolls In a
soliloquy how his Inquiries havo been derided,
and mentions how a nice voting lady offered to
Introduce him to the object of bis search hi a
manner which strongly recalls the similar ad
venture of Peter Simple at Portsmouth. A
policeman refers him to the directory, wherein
he finds that there are about 1,900 Smiths In
Boston, of whom i,Oll answer to the pnenomen
of John. Ho meets a little girl-waif who acta
as bar-tender In a saloon, and who tells him
that one Smith Is In the habit of going there to
eat bis lunch. As ho has to’go through the
whole 1,011, be concludes to take this one In, so
ho enters the saloon; and the scene in the In
terior of tbe saloon Is decidedly the bestrosn
aged and most Interesting In tbe piece. Here.
Indeed, Its Internal may be sold to end. All
the rest fs tame, weary, snd unprofitable.
Suffice It to say that Untie Han't goes
through some wonderful adventures In Boston,
gets Into scrapes through his simplicity, out of
which he redeems himself by his shrewdness,
aud finally succeeds In not only unearthing the
murderer of bis brother, but in bringing home
the missing sailor In time to prevent Oertrude'o
sacrifice. Trashy as It Is, In one sense this may
be said to be a highly moral and edifying play,
for all the villains are duly exterminated, the
virtuous are rewarded, and everybody who de
serves to bo so Is In the end made supremely
happy.
Mr. Macauley makes a fine character part of
Utiee Van'll, and but for his acting the piece
must Inevitably have been condemned even br
tbe most conscienceless daequeurt, Mr. VVllf
lam Scallon deserves a word of praise for
bis careful dressing and rendering of the un
gracious part of Skinny Smith, and Mr. Kccd
does fairly well In tho ro'eot JCeppler. As to
the ladles, no Chicago player needs to be told
that Mrs. Myers penorms well everything she
undertakes, and both looked and acted tbe part
of the widow with perfect naturalness and
grace. Miss Katie Wilson, in the character of
V.ip the barmaid, acted with spirit and force.and
sang a variety concert song In the saloon scene
In a stylo which proved how capable she Is of
preserving the rollicking abandon of such pro
ductions without descending to the vulgarity
with which their performance on other boards
U too often accompanied. Thu absurdity of
making a airect-arah like C’H;> with ’ a turn fur
variety-concert performances suddenly develop
Into a sentimental voting lady talking Minerva
press English, however, was scarcely called for
by the exigencies of the play, numerous aud
trying os these are to an actor of any skill. The
performance was well received, on tho whole,
and may for awhile be acceptable to a certain
class of playgoers; hut we cannot too emphat
ically repeat that U Is altogether beneath the
reputation which Mr. Macauley bos so well
earned hi past years.
11001/RY’B THEATRE.
Mr. McCullough Is going through his reper
tory of plays with the speed ul a deft exhibitor
of curiosities at a circus, feeling probablv that
this Is a time of year when everybody Is In a
burry io see everything that Is going on. U U
doubtless bard work for btm and tils coadjutors,
but their ambition being directed toward tno
crowding Into the space of two weeks produc
tions that should require long sod careful prep
aration, all we can do Is to accept the gift,
such os It Is, and not look too curiously Into
tbo circumstances under which It was
given. Mr. McCullough's HitheHeu which
was plavcd last night, and which is
on the bill for this evening, has always seemed
to usamoug the most unsatisfactory of bis per
formances, and bis rendering of the character
this time does not by any means remove the
Impression formed heretofore that It Is atonic,
cold, aud unsympathetic embodiment of Bui*
wer’a conception. Oue reason for what wo
deem his failure In the part Is, that Mr. McCul
lough is not a master of atage-raut and clap
trap. and this la one of the main element* In
the effectiveness of this impersonation. Bulwer
named the hero ol his meloarama alter the
great Cardinal, but bis purpose was not to por
tray that remarkable historical personage so
much as to evolve'striking stage effects. No
one denies the skill he has shown In this, and bow
ho manages to cheat us for a moment Into the
belief that these sonorous thunders ore ex
pressions of human passion, and these stale
commonplaces are gems of wit and wisdom.
AH actors liko to play tills part, or aaplre to
play it, and the public are rcaullv impressed by
Its cleverness of construction, and Its double
distilled cunt of philosophy, diplomacy, and
sentiment. That It holds the stage in prefer
ence to many finer plavs of the past and pres
ent day, Is due to Its wonderful adaptability to
tlie talent of a good dcclalmcr. Forrest, with
bis grand organ voice and Imperial sway of the
stage, made It seem equal to a creation of
BOskspcare. Booth plays the antiquary,
and tricks It out with * all the
furnishings the upholsterer can lnvuu>.
Barrett strives to inuko us believe he is
resuscitating the wily old Minister, and dives
back Into history, ‘perhaps to tisli up a shoe
bm klu or a pattern for a dressing gown. Juba
McCullough makes no auch pretensions. 11a
accepts Buhvcr’s hero us ho finds him d.plcted
in the playbook, which Is really the moat sensi
ble view to tnku of him from the actor’s stand
point. He endeavors to make the very best of
the situations which the author has contrived,
and he dues not appear to rare vyay much
whether the author ass written hUlory or fic
tion. This, we *av, U a common-sense view
la take ut the character, which will
hardly bear Investigation from any
other than a merely theatrical
point of view. Jt la from tills standpoint that
we are to view Mr. McCullough's acting, und we
think that ho exhibits u weakness In adopting
a character which u foreign to lus genius and
ability. Ask guy average thcatre-koer what
they go to see In *• Ulchcbcu,” and he will
probably tell you It la tne curse scene,—the
launching of that famous curve ol' Home. On
tui* rests the actor's popularity v* ith the masses.
Mr. McCullough Is less forcible tiers than
Bootu. or even BarretU HU performance may
bo railed sustained, smooth, amt even, aud all
that. Bat, all that goes lor nothing ut such a
part. He lolls to give us a sbock, and
ail men and women go to see ‘-Riche
lieu” Just to vet that shock. \V«
call it no discredit to Mr. McCullough that he
U uut a good Hchm>tu. It i» expected ol him
to plsy it to hu repertory, aud ot doe* it mod
erately well—uo more, lie set* so much better
In other parts that one could wish Do would
drop it altogether from hu iuU
Hi the support last evening much praise Is
due to Mr. Ward* lor his spirited impersonation
of U< .lAiuprai, aud lo Miss Maud Granger, who
gave a vefV lovable mcluro ot Jui a In her
beat scene, that in which she informs the Car
dinal ul her interview with tbo King, she was
somewhat tame, being trammeled apparently
with bvr experiences in thu more modern emo
tional roles, but, on ibe whole, It wo* a sweet
and womani y portraiture. The rest of the cut
require ov special cotumcat, except that the
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE; THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1878
parts were smcoihty and creditably rendered.
The play will be repeated to-night.
ITAMI.IN’S TIIEATna,
This new theatre on Clark street, tinder the
management of Mr. John A. Hamlin, was open
ed last evening In presence of a large audience.
The new drop curtain was rolled down a
little after 8 o’clock, and the auditori
um, when lighted up, presented a singularly
bright, tasteful, and comfortable aspect. The
theatre Is prettily decorated, and plainly
but neatly and substantially furnished. The
means of egress are numerous from all parte of
the house; the entrance Is wide and brilliantly
Illumined; there Is ample provision made for
the comfort of the visitors; and
not a seal In the place but com
mands a complete view of the
stage. The opening performance—“ The Naiad
Queen “—was given under some disadvantages,
which may form a reasonable excuse for Its Im
perfections. It would have been more to tbe
credit of the management had they chosen to
delay the opening for a day, or inure If neces
sary, and much better for the Impression
made upon the public. The orchestra showed
very nalnfully that there had not been sufficient
rehearsal, and tbe actors, one and all, seemed
to labor under tbe same difficulty. Boofanll
and the leader did not seem to understand
each other at all, and this marred wnat
should have been one of tbe best
points In the spectacle. However, all these
crudities Incident to a grand opening, with tbe
Filastcr hardly dry on tbe walls, will uodouhted
y disappear after a day, and the new theatre
promises to havo its fair share of public patron
age tad appreciation. .
«• THE CONSPIRATORS.*'
The following advertisement appeared to
Monday’s Tribunb:
To Actors ako MAXAoins.—Why surfeit ns
with knakspeare and Ilnlwcr. when the he»t and
most original tragedy or the age Is for sale or hire
py its author, Prof. Thomas Clarke. 604 West
Adams street, Chicago!
No. 004 West Adams street Is one of a row o'
tall and sepulchral drab-brick houses, standing
In bold relief on tbe edge of Ogden avenue, one
of tho thoroughfares of tho West Division. No.
004 itself wears conspicuously upon its front
the legcod, “Seminary.” On ringing tho door
bell yesterday a representative of Tna Tbibuhb
was told that Prof. Clarke, the distinguished
tragedian, might bo found on tbe third floor
back. Musing upon the melancholy fact that
Nature so often reverses the law of gravitation
in the ease of genius by preventing it from oc
cupying tbe first floor fronts of this world, the
reporter mounted the tong (fights of steps and
knocked upon a door whereon was a plate with
the Professor’s name.
He was sitting In an eatr chair by the window.
Wintry ago had fruited his beard and locks, and
bis eves were dim. He bad a booh in his band,
but it had dropned Idly upon bis Knee, and he was
gazing sbsentlv from tho window over the wide
expanse of landscape offered by a dozen vacant
lots on Ogden avenue. Tho Professor was
thinking—perhaps developing the plot of an
other tragedy—and the visitor hesitated to dis
turb (be current of his Ideas. Tbe sun was set
ting somewhere In tho vlclfaitv of Central
Park, and Its last rays filtered through the win
dow and pUved’vmh the faded colors of tbe
carpet. Ho wtlrred. It was a favorable mo
ment to Intrude. Id a twinkling Uwasdono;
the Introduction was made, and tbe visitor was
Billing opposite tho author of the beat and tbe
most original tragedy of tho age.
“1 do not think It would do any good to pub
lish a notice of the play,” he said. But there
was a lack at force in the Professor’s protest
which showed that he was not too much In
earnest. Like a coy maiden, bo required urg
ing. Accordingly tho visitor Importuned, and
gradually and gracefully the author yielded,
uotd at last bis lull consent was obtained.
“Have you seen any of my other books I” be
inquired.
Unfortunately, no.”
“You are certainly unfortunate.” said the
Professor. “I. thought that editors were all
posted on currentmcrature.” Going to a book
shelf, be brought several bound volumes and
laid thorn before the visitor. There was a dig
nified condescension to his manner.
“ Here,” said he. “is my poem 4 Tho Two
Angels,’ which received tbe most flattering
notices from the press of Chicago and Loudon.
Yon will observe that one paper ranks It con
siderably above * Paradise Lost’ This book,”
pointing to another, “Is * Sir Cupp,* which Is
an allegorical poem on the Copperheads, i have
also here a romance of nearly COO pages, which,
I have been assured br good Judges, contains
material for an excellent oloy. This pamphlet
is a poem on ’Thaißurning of Chicago,’ and
the newspapers said of It that—”
*’ Kxeusu me, Professor,’! Interrupted tho
visitor, “ but wo are now on tho subject of the
great tragedy of the age. Time being limited,
wo wilt confiao ourselves strictly to the main
question.”
“ Very well,” sold the author, reluctantly,
casting a look of resignation upon the children
of bis brain.
Ha again visited the book-shelf and returned,
bringing In bis hands the precious manuscript.
In Ovo acts, each act bound neatly In pasteboard
covers. Thu visitor looked at It reverently,
handled It with due circumspection, and re
turned It to Its owner.
“ Head UP' exclaimed the Professor enthu
siastically. you ore welcome to rood it—every
line ot It.”
“ My dear sir,” replied the visitor with deep
solemnity, *' you do not know me. I thank
vou with ail mv heart, but you do not know me.
None could realise more than I the great honor
that you so freely confer upon mo In making
this truly kind proposition. But 1 am a
newspaper writer. Every dav I have to write
something (or the public, and the strain upon
thu mental faculties Is terrific. Now, If 1 were
to Imbibe the noble thoughts that you have put
In this great tragedy—lf 1 were to
read even a single act—l might find
myself to-morrow Involuntarily quoting
vour ideas and words. Thus would
you be robbed of the glory that Is rightfully
yours, aud whoa the great tragedy Is produced
In the theatre the critics will accuse you of
stealing your finest passages from Tub Twin-
UNB of such and such a date. No, my dear air,
no, a hundred times nol”
••Sir, 1 thank vou,” replied the author, with
emotion, 11 but how—how can vou write a notice
of the olav without reading it f”
-That is cosily managed. You are ao familiar
with the piece that you ran doubtless give me a
resume ui It In a concise shape. 1 havoonlv a
few minutes to spare; so 1 hope you will begin
Immediately.”
The Professor sighed. ‘‘Well," said he.
“you must know, then, that this U a classical
drama with a modern plot."
-A fine combination, and possessing great
originality.” exclaimed the auditor.
“ You will say so before iam finished. The
scene Is laid In the time* of Philip 11. of Mace
don. The hero, or leading character. Is Ikmt
(rtus, heir to the throne, Vnnttrlut is the law
ful sou of Philip, and J'tratus Is the Illegitimate
son. Jpe'Ju Is toe Prime Minister, and he plots
with JVrsrus for (he overthrow of Iknultiin.
lkm*tr<ut ts betrothed to Iltnu'vnt, daughter of
of Hoysl blood. I/erm'om lies a fe
male friend named PertqAont, daughter ot
/Itivdolm, one of the King’s Generals. There
are other characters of less Importance.”
•‘What is the title ol the play!"
“ * The Conspirators.' ”
“All right. Now for the first oct.”
- to the first act AjuUa and I’erteu* are dis
covered plotting ogalust D*mtirtus, They plan
to e*traugo from him the affections of JUr
mlom."
“What Is tbo culmination ol the act,—the
dramatic situation)”
‘-It Is still too early In the play to bring la
any Very strong situation*. Thu second act
discloses the conspirators still plotting, la thu
third act ”
“ Hut you are skipping the second act.*'
“The situations grow in interest from the
beginning. lu Clio third act them i« pernap* one
ut the strongest scenes ever put in a tragedy.
There U a ovhil'* care. Tull, hr the way, it
the tame bvbll who uttered the Syhliliou hooka
to Tarqulu. Lizards are discovered creeping
around, and toada, and all kind* of •llmv rep*
idea. There U a distant chorue muttering
gloomv and awful sentences, songs ot horror,
uud strange sound* come trow remote coruer*.
Many good Judge* have pronounced this scene
superior to the witches’ scene* lo ‘Macbeth. 1
j'lnitM uml the other tonsDlrators come to
consult the Sybil ou the oeu manner of getting
rid ol their enemy, Iknulnu*. 1 ’
“ThU is Indeed a powerlul situation."
“ 1 would like to read a lew passage*."
“ The time is almost up.”
“Well, the fourto act opens with a wild tad
awful night. Tne thunder Dealing, the waves
dashing ou the shore, (ho lightnings playing
around. i/rnruun# m her chamber i* awakened
from horrid dream*. *ud goe» out to a seques
tered thspel to consult her guardian de:tv.
There hnrw and Aptl-u are awaiting her, and
are lying tu wait, as *oe kneels before the
altar she a suduenlv seized from behind by the
vii.ain*, who are dragging her away, wheu a
thunderbolt oro*trste» them and she escape*.'*
•• rue conspirator* are tncrelore dead.*'
“Not at nil. it wouldn't do to kill them at
this point lu the may. Tbcy ore only stunned."
Now for the :sst set.”
“as this is a tragedy. It U necessary to kill
the hero aud heroine. u<rmvn* dies ut grief at
the supposed Infidelity uf her lover. Ju the
final scene, JMtmiriu* see* her funeral coining
down the fttieet. and. overwhelmed viUt ra*
morse and sorrow, plunges a dagger into his
bosom,”
"Hare you offered this remarkable tragedy to
any theatrical managers!*’
" I showed It to Mr. McVlcker, and bethought
It was very fine,but It ought tol* brought out In
New Pork. I would let you take It and read ft
at your leisure, only I don’t know at what mo
ment some manager mav come to sec It and
enter Into negotiations. To glre you some Idea
of Its merits, f may sav that recently I had a
company of friends here, and I read the play
aloud to them. I had only finished tbe third
act when It was time to go home; so I told
them to come around a week from that night
ami hear the remainder. Do rou believe It,
they all came around the very next night, say
ing they couldn't wait a week.”
THE RAILROADS.
A BROTHER'S ftOVR.
Fred Cross, of tbe Chicago. Burlington &
Quincy Railroad, Is, next to Long John, the big
gest man in Chicago. His brother John, also
with tbe Chicago, Burlington A Quincy, looks
so much like him that It takes so experienced
evo to tell which Is wblclp They are very fond
of one another, and tbe pleasures and sorrows
of one are always shared by the other. Now
the other day tho 44tlt birthday of Fred came
along. Weeks before memorable event
John racked his brain day snd night to think of
some suitable birthday present for Fred. After
many sleepless nights and much headache be
found It. Fred h asportlngraan and particularly
fond of horses. What could, therefore, be
more appropriate than a nice breastpin
in the shane of a horseshoe neatly set
with diamonds! John ransacked all the Jcwclrv
stores In town to find such a charm, but, alas'!
they hod onlystich small ones that would have
looked like the polutof a needle upon Fred's
big breast. But John was bound to have a pin
that was big enough and would make some
show. Not being able to find one of suitable
size anywhere hi the cltv, be went tow horse
shoe establishment, where be bought a finely
polished horse-shoe of regulation size. 'I bis be
took Ui the Jeweler's and bad U heavily gilded
ami set in tbe centre with a diamond about
the size of a large potato. To the back
of it he had attached a pin, by which it could be
fastened to Fred's shirt-bosom. This beautiful
token John presented to Fred on the letter’s
birthday. The presentation’ scene can bet
ter be Imagined than described. Suffice
It to sav that both brothers were overcome
with emotion. Fred says he will wear this beau
tiful memento on gala occasions oulv. Ho
should like to have Ft exhibited at tbe Exposi
tion, but the managers decline because there Is
not sufllclent space left in tbe building to show
it to such advantage as It deserves.
oiiio & Mississippi.
Sp'dot DltjxUch to Tho Tribune.
New York, Sent- It.—Tbe New York stock
holders of the Ohio & Mississippi Railroad are
trying to get possession of their property. Of
tbe $40,000,000 capital Block, nine-tenths are
owned here. When tbe Baltimore A Ohio In
terest, at tbe annual meeting last spring,
elected its own Directors, tbe New York
stockholders charged trickery, elected an op
position Board, and began suit to oust the Bal
timore fit Ohio Directors. A compromise was
effected, however, and a plan of organization
agreed upon. The stockholders now claim
that the Committee appointed under tbe
compromise • have Ignored their instruc
tions and acted lu bad. fsltb.
hence * au appeal has been Issued
calling upon stockholders to be represented at
the meeting to be licit) Oct. 13 next, and fill tbe
vacancies occurring with New Yorkers. An
attempt will also be mode to have the Directors
meet here in tho future to elect the full Board
every year, If legally possible to restore tne
Company’s credit. The stockholders are es
pecially bitter against tbe Baltimore & Ohio,
and say nothing need be hoped fjr of advan
tage to tbe Ohio & Mississippi uutU It can bo
taken from the hands now controlling It.
AUGUST EARNIXGB.
Tbe gross earnings of tbe principal Western
roads during the month of August were as fol
lows:
1878. 1877.
Atchison. Topeka 43. Pe. f 343.500 9 180,160
Dari., C. U. 4 Northern. 104.443 11.1,026
Chicago 4 Alton 6011,728 401,728
Chicago <t East Illinois.. 83.884 04,680
Chicago, Mil. * St. Paul. 623,000 077,060
C..M.V. 41). aodhr’chea 21.313 22,402
Denver * llloUnmde ... 110,700 84,672
Grand Trunk of Canada.r 040,029 721,777
Great Western of Caoada. 838.706 310,070
IlllaolgCcnL mmin lino). 602,100 604,880
111. Cent (leva rs’dllnea) 1)8.637 127.676
Indianapolis, Ul. A Weit.. 03,000 02,101
International & Cl. North. 74,003 00,201
Kansas Pacific 300,008 300,826
Missouri. Kanaoa 4 Texas 201,836 323,347
Pail, 4 Elizabethtown... 10,077 20.308
Poo. 4 Memphis. 11.206 12,603
St. L.< A. 4T. 11. (br'clis) 43,066 '0.603
St. L,, Iron MU .t South.. 350, ICO 874,106
81. L.. Kan. C. 4 North.. 300,103 302,020
Toledo. Peoria & Warsaw 131,146 121,274
Wabash 677.040 631,222
TOUI .$6,714,070 $6,570,808
CINCINNATI SOUTHED?*.
Cincinnati, u„ Sept. ll.—Tbe Trustees of
the Cincinnati Southern Hallway Pave served
uotlce upon tbe Company now operating tbe
road that the license granted to them last year
will terminate at tbe expiration of tbe time
agreed upon for sucb notlctyunless it Is sooner
determined by a lease or forfeiture. It is prob
able that this action will lead to a readjust
ment of the compensation allowed under the
present arrangement, or tbe formation of a new
company. Thu Company has bad a profitable
contract, and Us management has been sucb as
to develop and Increase |tts business beyond
expectation.
ITEMS.
The 4:15 p.m. train from Chicago to Lake
Genova, and the 8 a. m. train from Lake Geneva
to Chicago, will be discontinued after Saturday,
Sept. 14, 1878.
Tbe Executive Committee of tbo Southwest
ern Hallway Association will meet at St. Louis
next Friday to settle some dlsoutcs regarding
me rotca to and from the various points.
Mr. J. F. Tucker. Traffic Manager of tbo Illi
nois Central, and Mr. Hubert Harris, late Presi
dent ul tbe Chicago. Burlington A (Jnlnev, have
com; to Su Paul to arbitrate lit the St. Paul &
Pacific land-grant dispute, having been ap
pointed Commissioners by the Government.
Tbe Western roads are still kept busy as
beaver* bringing in grain from tnn various
Western shipping points. More than two
thirds of this goes Into the elevators to be
shipped East by lake. The business of the
roads leading East from this city Las greatly
fallen off since tbe late advance In rates.
General Manager Lavog, Assistant General
Manager Gorham, and Chief Engineer Hlataper,
of the PltUburg, Fort Wavne & Chicago, ar
rived here lost evening front a trip of Inspection
over tnclr newly-purchased properly, the Toledo
A Woouvlllo Hailroad. They made a thorough
examination of the terminal facilities uud the
new improvements required to bo nude under
the terms of the recent sale. These Include
defiot and freight bouses at Toledo, a new Iron
bridge over tbe Maumee Hlver, and, as fast as
possible, stuifu ballast to replace the portions
now laid lu and near Toledo. The contest
which Ims been made against tbe sale has de
layed an actual beginning until next year, but
work will be commenced a* soon as tbo frost Is
out of tbe ground.
THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
Abacfai iNaaotea lo TM Trlkuwe.
SfriSOKIILD, 111., Bept. 11.—At the session
of tbe State Board of KqualUatlun to-Uav let*
ten were received trotn the County Clerks of
Clark, Tazewell, Boone. and Winnebago Coun
ties, explaining the apparent discrepancies m
their assessment returoa to tbe Auditor at at
tributable mtloly to the local Auction’ returns
to them. Consideration of Mr. Warner’s resolu
tion declaring as the Judgment of the Board
that the real and personal property o( tbe Mam
is assessed at ttil percent of Its actual cash
value was postponed until Friday. TUo Com
mittees are actively at work, but will uot (or
suoib time havethelrreports ready lor presenta
tion to tbe board. There Is considerable pres
sure iu lavor of reducing aomo of tbe main lines
ut rail roan from last year’s dgurca.
ILLINOIS SUPREME COURT.
OitAW*. ilh» hept. 11.—Tho Court met atO
o’clock, with a full bench, Judge Craig, Chief
Justice, presiding.
MOTIONS OICIOID.
»W. I.ecgers ct ah va Hunt et al.; motion
overruled.
a:«. Ueertran va. Valuer: same.
837. Loomis vs. Barker; order of tbe affirm
ants set aside, and legal representatives sub
stituted; judgment may be reinstated If the
partied enter an appearance during the term.
183. Johnson vs. Barry; suggestion of the
death of appellee, and a motion to make Lucian
B. Brown, administrator, a defendant.
17V. Lamina; r*. The Farmers’ and Mechanics’
Bank of Peoria; motion to remand the cause to
the Appellate Court.
201. McClot vs. Harvey; motion for rule on
the appellant to file n good and anfTldent bond.
378. The Boanl of Trade of the City of Chi
cago vs. The People ex rei. Sturges; motloh to
strike the cause from the docket and to dismiss
the appeal.
152. Sheldon y*. Lewis; motion for nils on
the appellant to furnish security on his bond.
Motion by Charles Blanchard for the admls
alon of Albert W. Hard ami .Tames L. Phelps on
certificates from the Appellate Court.
Applicants for admission to the Bar, who
bare been examined In the Appellate Courts,
must transmit their certificates to the Supreme
Court and hare them submitted, as In a case of
foreign license. There will be no examination
of candidates In the Supreme Court.
Tint CALL OP TUB DOCKBI*
will commence next Monday.
THE FIRE ENGINEERS.
Clbv* Ji«D, Sept. 11.—The session of the
National Association of to-day
was deroted to viewing the fire apparatus
and discussing questions of interest to the Arc
service.
The following Executive Committee was ap
pointed : Chiefs nimmiller t Columbus, o,;
Benner, Chicago; Green. Boston, Smith, Rome.
Oa.; Sexton. St. Louis; O’Conner, New Orleans;
and Wood, Syracuse, N. Y.
On a second ballot Washington was chosen as
the place of the next meeting, to be held the
second Tuesday In Septcmoer. 1879. Adjourned
till 9 o'clock to-morrow morning.
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Saw Fiiancisco, Sept. 11.—A Victoria (B. CO
dispatch says that, at a punllc meeting at New
Westminster, the Government's separate policy
was condemned.
TiiE TitmiMiK numM’jirricEsi
IN ORDKH to ACCOMMODATE OUR KUMEItOUS
psirons ihroor.iom (be Clir we lure established
llrsncb Oclrf, id the different Dltlilods. as designated
below.wbereadrerUsemenuwllj be taken fortbe ume
price asebsratd at tbs Mato OOce.sod win be received
uatnaocincKp, m. during the week, and until t» p. a.
on Saturdays:
J. A it. himMS. Bookseller* sod Stationers, ixi
Twenty-second-st.
B. JJ. tVAI.DKX, Newsdealer. Blalloosr, etc.. IOW
Wert Madlsoo-il.. near Weitern-ar.
ItODKRT THIiIJHM'ON, We*l-«lde News Depot, 1
lilac lUsnd-tT,, corner of lUUted-st.
„M.,L , .HKIIRIUK. Jeweler, Newsdealer, sod Fancy
Poods. 730 Lake-st.. comer Lincoln.
CITY REAL ESTATE,
FIR RAI.R-W'ECIAMIAnOAiXB-IS3XM4 FKF.T.
fronting entrance to Hmnbolt Park. tl.&in so feet
on tlrnnltaee-sv., m block* *outh of lUiTt(on-«t.,
il.sao: if lot*. corner Elk Orore-rt, and lltoomlngibue
mad. tMoeach: 73 fret on ogden-av.. near Wr*irrn,
•t.triO: son feet, corner Mlchigan-ar. and Fortv-wv
enih-it.. sks per foot: a large lln or houae* in me
vicinity of Union and Jeffenon Parka. 11. c. UOKKY.
PS Cllrk-»t.
FOR SALE—4fI FRET OS MICHIGAN-AV,. NORTH
of Twemy-thlrd-at.
40 or 112 feet on Calumet-ar., north of Twentieth-at.
4flor CJ feet on Pralrlc-av.. north of Twentieth-*:,
w feet on Calumct-ar. and Twenty-tlilrd-it.
wor Iw feet on Twfnty-ihlrd-»t.,w**tof c«lnmet-ar
in feet on Wal.aahtv., north of thlrty-aevenih-ac.
33 feet on Btate-«t.. 3 block* from Palmer Route.
Soma fine bargain* In above property. •
II. L. RILL, HODearbotn-it.
CH)R SALE—OR RENT-ONE OP THR VERY REST
X and uu>»t convenient brick home* in the dir. with
decant chandelier*, furnace, brick barn. etc., con*
renlent to street can at Indlana-av. and Thirty-flm
»f.. and In perfect order. Call at 70 Randolph or 1381
Indltna-ar. JOHN COVRRT. _____
|?OIt SALE-11,SOO WILL PURCHASE TWO-STORY
T brick houae and lot, ar.xlit. No. 443 Irvlng-place:
pretnlaea nearly new; coat. 83.50 J; title perfect. In*
quire at 3H3 Weitem-av.
BUnUBBA\HEJSXE«TATE.
I?OR SALE-fI.OOO WILL BUY A SEVEN-ROOM
cottage and lotat Rranatont take bone, bu*cy. or
piano tu payment. JHA BROWN, 143 Laßalle-»u
|?OR BALK—|IOO WILL BOY A BKAUTIFTL LOT
r one block from depot, at Lagrange. 7 mile* from
Chicago; ftsdowoandss monthly! cheapen property
In market, and ihovn free; abttract frees railroad fare,
locema. lit A BROWN. 143 LaSalte-at.. Room 4.
COtJNXnV BEAL ESTATE.
FOR SALE-iVr lire. CLABK-ST.f
3.&ooacreaof land (none body. In Potuwattomle
County. Kan.i very floe for stock farms creek rum
tbruuah It. Choice atook farm la Clark County. lowa,
to exchange fur atork of goods. Slock farm, vim
stock, moon of vater. hedge fencci, etc., tn Living
aton County, 111. Poneitlun given, and wild low.
VO RENT-HOUSES.
Wcat Side,
rpo REST—O 29 MONUOE-BT. AND 303 WARREN*
X av., 2-aiory atonr-frunt houses. parlors, dining
room, and kitchen on tint floors billiard-room. vegeta
ble cellar. etc.. In baaenient. su3 Warren-av.. elegant
ly furnliheds low to good panic*. 17 llamlhou-av., is
room*. $23. *O7 Jackaon-<L. 13 roomit large cellar.
lce-clo*ei. good barn, etc.. f4<i- 4r.3 Irvlng-placc, 7
rooms, sls. 1035 warren-av., elegant R-tiorv atone
front, near Central Park, cheap. POrvVTS A COKUV.
03 Waabtngton-at.
riM) REST—AN’ ELEGANTLY FURNISHED BRICK
A residence on Weat Waablngfon-it.. eaat of Ann:
Igrooma, large grounds. with barns will rent only far
private family} rent $123 per month. MEAD ALOE,
149 Laßalle-it.
Routli mac*
r RENT—FURNISHED. FOR ONP TRAIL A
houae on Mlthlgan-av.. north of Twelftb-at.. alt*
nated on the lake front, heated vlthateam. with hot.
cold, and soft waters vrutliiled sewer*, ami all the mod
ern improvements. Address F 90. Tribune office.
1M) RENT—THE FINK a-STOUV AND FRENCH
roof marbls from houio, 50 Unlvenltr-plicei poa-
Miiloo nonce. MKADACOE, I4U LaSalte-at.
rpo RV.ST-FOUSIRHEU. TO A Üb«PONHIDLE
iunul, tbe whole or pen of 1133 Mlchlgan-sr.
North Side*
rro RENT—NEAR LINCOLN PARK AND REST
1 lines of cere. a very dcalrsbls 12-rootn oeutroa
bricks every modern ruuvcolcncet rcni low. A 14-
room brick. blaca welnut Brained throughout. An oc
tagon brlco, to rooms, furnace, sod r.ll imnrovrmcnu.
ho. t nrlgtyoorbowl. CRAt>.X.HALE.tS3 fUndolpb-tt.
iraiscoiiaacouc.
fIN) KENT—BY H. C. MOREY, 05 CLARR-HT.-IMU
1 Wtboali-av.. siods irons. Soft. SM obto-st.. a
story octagon. *c3. CTond go Bt. Jubn's-plncc. corner
FultoD-u. 401 carroii-av.. 3-stury stone and bam.
S3o ITU Park-tv., a-storv and bsscoicnt. slonv, three
rooms deep. 535. 3hj West Woihlnjrum-at., ao-foot
lot. SU. 413 West Van Huron-at.. v-»tor>- new siuuc
from: nohwetnents very nice. 3l(t Mooroe-st., Larue
brick, nlcsly furnished.
Hnbutban*
I*o RENT—COMFORTAULK BROOM HOUSE IN
Hyde Park, nest depots hrtek hasomeuL and home
newly painted and calcimsova. Inquire of IL T.
CIIACE. M 7 Qfiroorn-st,
TO Ki;wT r noo.ns«
' South Side*
rpo RENT—HS AND W 7 DBAUDOUN-ST., NICELY-
A furoisbed front ruoniA aUusle or cnsulln.
riW) RENT—BUITK OF HANDSOME bBCOSU-hTo-’
1 ry front n-onui will!* ranted only to Beatlemm:
reference required: family private. 740 Mlchlaaa-av.
rpb REST-CHEAP—UNFURNISHED ROOMS IN
1 lulls*of 4 tow to private famine* for llvbt iioute
keeping. at Via to V7I south Uark-iL U. UUUTUN,
Room If Reaper Uluck.
rpO RENT—CHEAP—STSHTATK-ST..WKI.LLIOHT-
I cd, nicely furolshed rooms, to irvuiUmou only.
Exposition vUltur* accommodated at moderate rate*.
rpo' lIKST-NICKLY FURSIbHEIi ROOMS. AP
j. ply at 115 Bait R«nilol|ih »t.. Room 3U
TO RENT—STORES, OFFICES, Ac*
Stores*
HV) RENT-CHBAP-TO A HOOD PAVING TEN
-1 am. atore AJT south Clark-kt. Apply to D. HOR
TON, Room ll Reaper Block. __
rro RKNT-LAUOK NICK STORE, 353 BTATK-BT.
1 AUo tlx room. In rear: rent low. C. S. WALLER,
41 Clara-at.. Room 11.
niaeellttneoua*
f|X> KV.NT—OS REASONABLE TERMS. A FORK-
X povklutf huiuc. located at Kan*i*i.uy. Mo. l'o»-
ocasioii alven Immediately. IRiLMKa 4 DKAN, Attur
ucy*-iU-La»v. Hanoi* City. Ma.
WANTED TO IIEKT*
DKKT—ANV i'AKI V LIVING OS
TV ttouUt hide nortli of Twvmlrlb-st. denting to
irtveuu huusekuepliig tor the winter, can fiuJs re*
(ponillilo lensm ui- w> May t: iiou-e iu be (urnlibed
lisndkomcly.snd In all respects teaJy fur iioiuekueplbg,
for wiilcu allbtrsl price will he i-slds *>u»U family of
■dulls ualy. Adiinws L I*. Tribune ofllcc.
lirASTKD-TOSUKST-A SUITE OF** UKFUK
v» pithed, Kiulti-froul rooms within uu block of
Uandulpli or Vui Uurtu •treei-var*. w ill be liCimsneDt
If price I* re-uootbln hc*t of menaces gives. Ad'
Okn N 03. Trlouue office, _____
■\TrANTFD—TOIIkSt-A FUltNlbllKDOlt UVKUU-
W malted flit, with bath room, or a lurolibed or un
furnished bouse, Weal bide, near WsdlsuU'tt. Addrcac
N 60, Tribune office.
WANTED— TO ~*DKNT - SMALL KUKNUIiED
bouaes neighborhood muat he tetpectsble and rent
moderate. Address N 43, Tribune office.
lIfANTED—TO UENT-UY TWO GENTLEMEN,
ff room on North hide. south of Chlc*gu*v.: heat
nod wstcr deslnble. Ad-In**, staling twice, wbico
lou«t be rrmousbli'. % PI. Tribune office.
TO EXtIIANUE,’
tVANTKI»-tO EXCHANGE—hUUUUBAS LOTS,
VV clear, for piano or top bugar. IttAllUoWN, UJ
LeSallo-tt., Doom*.
WILL KXLTIAN«K-WFrs"sOr»A FWNTAIJL
VV vubt fsaceu. Hearth's Mucrttur ucsrty new,
cost |M*i for m>oil otnuihuj. light cij-scUy, or bones,
etc. Adarcs* S 4R, Tili-uoe oulce. ____
W* aVtkU—AIIOUT IS TONb”oV COAL IV EX
ehspira loi fur* of fur work. Address N ti 3. Tribune
PEIKOIIfAiU
PKUSOV AL—WILL KI.DHItLV LADY IK liltAV
overdress, vbouiuleUerselt Mreeslilelo gneitbe
mst In const drug tl-rc. bt.Joe.w few week* ago. meet
ssiosac&lat Methodist Ckurcb. morning or evening,
buudajr d«i(; will coma over uu bsturdny bight boat,
and stop at Park Motel.
I>£l{*O.SAL-Mlt&. U. ft’. WEUSTER CALL ATI*
I o. for letter. L‘. o
JNFrUPCYiaN,
OITUATIOS WANTED -BY A YOUNG LADY
O leather of four years' oxperlcuou as tesctiL-r of draw,
log. painting. decorating pottery and ehlaa: beat of
reference*. Address llos ill. Ituchaoso. Mlcb.
AGENTS U’A.yrtlb.
AOKSTB WAXTED-TOVANVAsH Kill IIUNTEIt'E
I'crfeclioa rotary Sour snC meal iiliir. Da* lump,
breaker, sad ■« tbe only tifua ta tl»y I'olted Suit* that
Ob bo i*k>.’ii In four parts lo clean. Office 171 laiJL*-.
SLWl^U~ilUtlfllXE3
Lor ok 'xicK Si suEit,’ Doiikiiwiieiaiii: A
Wilmo. sud utucr wacnlucs belov halt prlc«, tad
waxtaaud. t-uau wSko. LU Llark-iL, Uw&> A
WAStTED-ITIAI.E HELP,
flookhcover** Clerks* ftc*
WATTED-A FIfIAT-CbASP. FXPERIENCED RB
»» Ull ctothlne salesman, Address, statin* refer
wcm, are. pterions employers. pic. No Interriew
unless foil particulars sro siren, li 12, Tribune office.
\ff AXTEI>-A COMPETENT ~DRi:«OIST to OO
»l to the country; murt spear German and Muslim.
Address M 2. Tribune office.
WANTED— AX ASSISTANT ROOKKREPEH. WHO
can also write Itiort-handt state are: talarr, loro.
Addreu N 40, Tnbnne office.
fiTANTED-A SHIPPING A~XD ENTRY CI.ERR,
onewtio can pack rood*. Address. staMnr ex
perience, reference, and salary wanted. 5 41. Tribune.
11/AXTED-A ni1.1.-CLEUK.OSF. THAT IIAR HAD
** plenty of experience In either hoot and ahoe,
hardware, or rubher s»ou enteritis: none other need
spoly: must Sire best city references and salary want
ed. Address N M. Tribune office.
WA.MTBD-AK EXPERIENCED DUY GOODS
salesman wh<> ran trim windows. Corner of Dei
plaints and Madlton-m.
Tnueik
IffASTRO-BARRRR AT MuRUIS. ILL. i GERMAN
tt preferred. Addrew SATTI.KH A HULL, Rot 2Sfl,
fifAHTUn-A MAX USER TO REPAIRING
*> hoauetodoearnfQtervuTk. Mtattaf. caiiMmlo
fnit. etc._Appjy tt 4vi aark-*t._ auikk/JEN kjj.
VVA*TKB~A FIRST CLASH TINNED J. H. Me-
TV CAIITIfET, 104 Oitiige OfOTe ar.
Cdochmen, Teamsters* Ac*
W a! ? Ti?d t a man ti,at can ' burnish rmsT
*T flaw reference aa to can* or hot*-*, o-miglu me
nan and wire to do general homework. Addrcw.
giving reference and wage* wanted. s .vi.trthoneoffli;o.
KmplOfincnt Affcacie«<
WAKTKD-I'V)LADO!irnR AT PER PAT;
it so ouarrytnen at tl.so perda*: .vt coal miner*:
winter-* work; free fare. J. if. SI’RIUi£CK. 21 Wcat
ICandolphrt.
\\TANTF.iI—IS PAItM HANDS; ALSO. w FUll
Wcxxl-chopplng. raliruadi, eta
CIIUIhTIAN A CO.. JtJNSoolb Wuterat.
miscellaneous*
\tTANTKD-A SALESMAN TO SENT, LINEN
M collar* and rulT* in Chicago And other point*
Wr*t. UrterriK-e required. For particular* loeloifl
(tamp and »ddr.-*« HIM;s Nh * mjflkNnitHlir. Manu
factum*, Troy. N. y.
\IT ANT!•:D—I.IVK "wK,n* -\’\D LADIES TO FELL
v» oil-cloth apron*, rynoptlcal ncrdle-raaes. nhro
mo*. Jewelry, no«rJU>-*, ii'dion*. *tai|»ticry. etc.s In
dacementf nnequaled: ca'alogne* fret*. C’. >l. LIN
INUTtiN, 4*> Jacgaon-at.. Chicago.
Vlf ANTED—ACTIVE, PUSHING SALESMENi 120
.»v a week for the *ale of fire duren of nnr cele-
Uark 4 (f l ' 6U * ll,rU ' I ' ,Li<bON MAIs * r - Cth, 24 North
v\ f asteo—mfx row one yfar'to begin
ft woik at odcm aalarr fair; liuslnesi fim-elati.
Monßoroiaaa Work*. Cincinnati, O.
l\fA STEM—ENERGETIC MRS FOR fI!K~FaITC
W \IO*K\* **ra°tirT n t n,t ' c) “* publication*. MUSKS
WANTKP-AN PACKER OK
M { : . roc,lm • n *lflanware., Inoulre of FALKNKII
• hTKICN, Hind td South Drarhoru-at.
WVNTkU-OBKMAif *A«o!Jf“in'CaFfT foXT*
tuud ban aiaonlght porter. 31 Km Waahlmnon.
WASTKU-A GOOD SOLICITOR VOR KflllKK
vr lowa, Mlaaourl. or Indiana: * dcv parent a-lver
tiling aelieme. Addreaa or call oa a. SCHULER, St
Chariei Motel.
\lf ANTED—ATONCE—TURKK SMART CANVASS-
the city and auhurbe: aalary SlOa week.
mClark-it., Room 2.
WANTEP-FEWALE HELP,
AomoaUci*
YTTANTED—OOOD GIKL FOR GENERAL HOUSE
TV work. Call at 830 Calßtnet-ar._
W'aNTKD-A OOODOERMAN OU SWEDE OIRL
for general homework in family or three. Ap
ply at iss Wamut-au
YYT ANT K D-COM PETEN T GIRL FOR GENERAL
V v homework In family of three: Scandinavian pre
ferred; wagea._t2.sa Call at RHOWear Adarni-ai.
WANTED— A GIRL TO ASSIST IN HOUSEWORK
in a family of two. Apply at 170 Aatiley-iL. cor
ner of Leavitt
YVANTKis-A girl to mo general house
. v v. work la amall family. Call for two tlaya at iou Aau<
laod-ar.
YVAKTKD-AT am W All ASH-AT.*-A SWEDISH
v v girl for aecond wort.
YYrANfKD-A GOOD COOK; NO OVHFH BUT ▲
_v v_ flm-claaa one need apply. Call at 7« Centre-ar.
YYFANTErL-AOOOD.'STEADrOIRL DESIRING A
11 good Pome-, one competent to do general home
work. inquire at 131 East Adama-at
YV AN TED-A - CO>ti’ETENfGIBi.T«irQKNETIAL
tv homework; wages, t2.su. 7«4 Weat Waablng
um-at.
WANTKP-GOOP GIRL For GENERAL HOUSE
work: man give good reference, inquire at *U3
west B ashlugum-ai.
WANTED— All BRIG AN. NOHWF.OIAN, OB OKU
man girl to 'do general bonaework: mutt come
•Hirecommcpded. 1m Park-av., corner Uobey. A.
YY7ANTED—A SECOND GIRL WHO IS A OOOD
Tv aeanutiraa: also a nurse girl, la a private family.
7DI WmJicknutu
\\rANTKD—A GIRL TO ASSIST IN GENERAL
vv houaework In a private family; a German pre
ferred. UUiKaatlndlana-at.
YY^ANTED—OIRL FOR GENERAL lIOUREWOHkT
vv Reference* required. i'Si West Von Uurcn-at.,
downaUlra.
YIfANTED-A GOOD GIRL FOli GENERAL HOUSIf-
TT work. Call for two daya atttd Wen Jackaon-ai.
WANTV'D-Pniro'KNEßALllOUSkwuilK’TllOll
oughly uomncieui girl: imiat he neat and tidy.
None other nied apply at 4t Thlrjeemh-st.
WA'NTFId-A I..\pr‘B MAID, ONE~WTLLINO TO
takecareofacblld. Call Ttmraday eve at U 7
Camnet-ar.
WANTED—A PASTHV COOK FOB A COONTKV
'» hotels free fare. Inquire between rt and ioa( 34
EaatKloxle-at.
WANTKO-A TllbudUoHl.r CAPAHLK IHNIStT
ruumjclrli beat of referencea required. Apply at
33* Writ waaiiingtoa-at.
\V antki»-a ooou~cniL“ rd~so l'iiXSiokr
tv work and wait on tables one uaed io working in a
boarding Mlchlgan-ar.
\\TANTED—A COMPETENT oTBL TO COOK"
.»* waab. and Iron; alau a aocond girl, Ills) In*
dlana-av.
9lttllncr««
TIT ANTED—TUIIEE MILLINKIIS TOGO INTO THE
*r rotmirr: none out arat-ciaiitrtinnicra need up
ply. D. u. Flak a Co.
niscelianeoua*
\ITANTBD—A LADY OK PINK APPEARANCE.
TV tuuat be a good aaltawuman. ui »o!l ontlrat
gooda at the Expotltiuo. Apply IO APUKD JUDAON
u CO.. Houtn u, tribune Building.
WANTHD-I.ADY CAN VASsKHHi KXfilA~ IN
TV ducementa: work aleadrs (U to »n per week.
Callaoun. UItAOFuKP A NEWTON, liboutlt Clark.
'BOAUDING^ AND JL6pCl.\o,
South suia«
I»1f* WAHASIDAV.. NEAH TUIinEESTURT
UIU l.arm'and tlonle room*, furnlilu-d or unfur
nUUed. with rtm-rIM. board: reference* eicbungcd.
O'h MICHIUAS-AV., *K It Alt i‘ WELK rll • ST. —*
Wcataut room* for iremicmaa aad wife (board (or
lady only). AddrcuNsi, Tribune utflce.
West Side.
1 O SOUTH BANOAMO.VST. - FUONT DOOM.
Lw nicety furnUhed, with board, (or yenilcman ana
wife. AI»o *lu«lu room. wilM>o*r<L
I U OODKN • A V. —GOOD HO A fib, AND I‘LEaVaNT
AO room* for married or single gentlemen.
Nartli Sldot
Z AND T SOUTH CLAHKdJT.-FIRST-CLASH
O board, with room. S 3 to fu per weed, with «ue of
piano and bath.
riotets.
I>AItNEB HOOHK. CORNER CARAL AND KAN
l>ttulph-*U.—Terms, fl.Miperday. fate fH per week,
room**l.Uhtu fu per week: 31 meal*. St.
/ iLAHKNCK liniislirNoV. 171. AVI. 3.VA. AND BA7
V/ State-*l.. four block* south of the I‘alnirf Route—
Hoard and room, per day. si.raiio fj; |>er week. K 5.
f 7, fa. Purulabed room* to rent wlibout board.
VKVADA HOTEL, 14* ASiriai WAUASIITAV..
la one block (r«m the (■.xpoaltloD-Only f),M> per
day: reduced rate* to oacunloo ponies, and to parties
staying a week or more.
\\T AItAH It llOL’hK, 3dß IVARASII-AVT—A SICK
it aavortinrni of furnUbed room* lo rent with board:
day hoard alaui term* reasonable.
\v AUASU-AV.inBTNVKKN TWELFTH ANDTUiit
If treothiu-rnrulahed front chamber, with tioard.
AddrcM S Ad. Tribune outre.
\\MSUhOU HllU’nK. I7d 'fSTATK'sT.T OI v l»(i8l'tK
II Palmer Htfiiac—Kantc* vlaltluj hAj«i»Mli>ii will Dtnl
Ihia one of the cheapest and imM convi-nlcui hotel* In
thvdtyi Al..'iOi>er days from fdtu *7 per wcekt day*
tmaru. >t per week.
DO A HI) WAATi:U,
IJOAMI) -I‘I.KASANT ItOOM ASH UOAIID FOR'a
i# lady In airirii) urt»«u family. First das* accom
modation* required. )ielcr*ni«a eichsuitvd. Address
N 37, Trluuue office.
liUAIiD—FOK UAUUIKD LADf'IH PIUVATK
I) family where (here are positively no other Imard
er«i will pay a UtN-ral price: i>m particular aa m lbs
part of city nil lui references ezvirantfadi prompt pay
weekly. Address it tw. Tribune othe*.
TioXitU—l/ nf u i tiffs} hk iTr< ioii aKd hoauiTfor
I) aril, wile, and child In a private family on the
South bids. AdJreu, nation tanas. Which must b«
moderate, X ut. Tribune oitice.
BOAUb-NMTH VUIVATK ** FAMILY Foil MAH
and wife wit bln mile and a half of Court-Uuuau.
Address N iu, Tribune otflee. «
BOAUD-HY lIKHTLKM AH A*SD WIFE*!?* A I*lll
- family within a mliu of bualnas* centre: com*
forUofahotue deUrcdt moderate tenor. Addreaa,
stating location and prlcv. NtS Tribune ofllcc.
nUAUIr-ASb FUUHI.SIItU ROOM BY GENTLE
i> man and wife; front alcov* or aulre dcUred. Ad
drew, with location and price. Haa, 1. ibuue oUcm
liUAKD—ANOIiOOM FOU ONE GENTLEMAN OK
A) the North fcldo. Addresa H £J, T rlbunu oltlcu.
UUMNENtaCIIANCEa.
i/ou SALE—A I’AllTNEllbllll* UU ENTIRE INTER*
1 cal in a line brewery In Chicago: cab bo purenaaed
rtiroua-lblrdof Ita value. vU: iiVtuu. pan cub. bal*
aoce on llnu-- A bargain. Address or apply to At*
UEUn)I-TIKKE L IU tfeal Wtshlngloji-sc, Chicago.
f'Olt PAL&—LbASK AMI FUIJ.SiTUIIK DFMNNIa
-1 aippl llunac. of Oregon, Oglu County, 111. A rare
cbaucc for a good hotel mao. Address T. tV.UU.Lb*
Proprietor.
\t r ANTED—A FAUTSK 11,1 H A WELL*EbTAIILIf ll
*v ed printing-house In this city: a party havlug
li no to * lu.Ua) capital and familiar wltu the budnew
Will do well to address 0, Cara of C. A. Cook A Co..
Liih-nu,
IXOIJfiEUUI.DOOUUK*
WfK AUK ACTUALLY bhI.LIHO tT’llMTL'llK
vv below* co»l of manufacture: haudaoma new par
lor hdlu alfdoauu upwarut now alylel>odrooiniulu
all.'iand upward: atylUh easy chairs, fancy chain,
cauibcnitln, odd tablet, hat racks and other pieces at
* War MXufI.V»*Vpi*ULAK FUICHITTTKE UOLfiC,
ddTbTAT L-M
•d-»i and
81l N I'LLLA!U;OUK.
iVANTKD-itV AH
buvtuvs* man rtvld int In iba UU.k Hills P 1,, to
rvprueut xitue rclUuie housca. llcfvrviavus gltcn.
Address X Wd, TrlOunu odfee.
»imno!f»j»AJfTED-,nAi.E.
RMltkcfpenif Clcrk«i &r«
CITCATIOX WAXTED-AS CMfUlP.fi. ROOK-
V? Keeper. cntry-ci* rlc. or correspondent, by ■ urnr
nn*n *ni eipTlenrr-* hn«inf*» man I unexceptionable
(nrcnantirequlrcd. Addresa R »U. Trlh
one ottlce.
LMJCAIOV 'WANTED - AR- BALBSMAX, ROOK
k Keeper, or irarctcr; numemna references from lone
acquaintance In city.
SITUATION WANTED—RT RRSI*OXBIBLB CITY
i rihnrTe ofllee 00 t fr “ ! r?f « rffncA » AI. Address XM,
iTnoet*
CITtTATIOX WAXTRD-liv; A FTR9T-C1.A89 CtTT-
O lerlnmerchant-isnorlned-panment in cliyt New
cirrAtioN WArfTKiif'nr as rxpriTTrnckd
O cutter In * merch«nt-uliorln(r en«Mt<hmentt refer*
«nc«*_flTen If rcouireil. Ail'lri?M N si, Trliiuno office.
Coachmen, Tcamnen, Ac*
crrUATios WAhTKi»-nr an amrkican as
O comlirim end to work for rtmljjrn&out tlielr home,
n n, TrltiuDf office.
gITUAT» ‘WASTKn-*" '
, NATION WANTED—AS COACHMAN: Tliuit
onffhJf unrtcr»t*TvU Che tmMtwm: einmdic.
make hlnwlf RMirrallr utefnl foramtll wajrea: refer*
enc*a. A«Mrr** N 4J, Trlbtine«fflr«.
CITt/ATIOV WANTED—AH COACIIMANI 1.0 VO
‘ . dtfwrifhce with horae* and carriage*? good drlv-r t
willing to matte hlmaelf uaeful; excellent reference.
AU'lrma s t\ Tribune offlre.
Miscellaneous*
CmTATIOV WANTfID-nr AN ACTIVE HOF OF
>•>l7. who li a good penman and willing to make him
*cir tiaefni. in an ori.-e; fan give the beat of reference.
Addrew N S 3. Tribune office. ___
CITUATIONS WANTBD-A UEMAfIt.R MAM AND
p hi* wife wl«u a allnitlon to take charge of noblto
building* or nffle-.-*. AditrcwO W .1. Jtcknonrllle.ru.
mUATIONS WAmD^FKnALE*'
Domettlcf*
CITITATION WANTED-MV A OIRL IN A PR I
p rate family to cook, wait), and Iron. Apply at 149
llncuer-m.
C*|T|tAT|ON WAS r TFh-l»t A IMKL TO DO (JES
enti tione-work In a piiraM family. Picaae call it
13-Jo '.‘nuru-ciith-ft. Heat of dey reference If reoulred.
(SITUATION WANTKD-iir A UEHPRCTAULB
ia girl to cook, waen. andiron In • private family
where a wconti girl !■ kept, nr general homework In a
(mail private family; the beat of ret ereoce given. Ad*
drcaa ?. 35, Tribune office.
CITUATION WANTED—Up A GOOD, COMPETENT
** gtrl In a tmall private family to do general houw
work. Call at wo Indlaoa-av.
CITUATION WANTED—DT A OOOD GIRL TO DO
O general honaework In amall family. Call at 130
Ran Indlana-it.. up-italn. _
QITUATION ”tV'ANTKD-nV A GIRL TO ASSIST
O In housework: ja a Rood Uundreaa. Call at 111
Ohio-at., up-aialra.
CITCATIOS WANTRD-nr A RESPECTABLE
O girl in amall family a* coo* or to do general home*
work, rail at 7*M Weu Lake-»t.
CITUATION WANTED—BV A RESPECTABLE
girl. a« walireaa manrlvald family; undemaeda
thorareof ailver thoroughly, also salads of all kind*.
Can bo aeen, for two day*. at 60 Harmon court.
SITUATION WANTKD-UV A GIRL TO COOK.
O wasli, and Iron. No poaial-carda. Apply at W 5
Bultcrflcld-H.
CITIfATIOS WANTED-BV A BESPKLTARLE
O Blrl fur general homework In a amall family; eight
year* In berlatt place. Cali at 33 McGregor*!.
CITDATioN WANTED -UV A COMrKTKVf
O woman to do general houaework. Good waatier
and Ironer. call for two da>a, prevent violation, 2M
Marehflcld-ar. ,
SITUATION WANTED -BV MIDDLE-AGED
O woman: zs*ri wailin, Ironer, and cook. Good
reference from laac place, a raar and six month*.
Would go a ihurt dlitancu to the eoitatiy. Apply at
133 Elch(eeoth*»t. > vvt
CITUATION WANTKD-BT A COMPETENT PHOT*
O e>tant woman for general work or cooking in a
famllvj_clty_orcountry, cull atsooMlclilgaa-ar.
CIfUATION WANTKD-iir A COMPETENT COOK.
O waaher, and ironer or general work In a private
family: reference*, call Thursday at 837 South Clinton-
SITUATION WANTED—UT A OIRL JIJ»T FROM
the hast, aa accond girl or general homework la
‘a prlrate family. I.VJ WeatTaylof-it.
SITUATIONS WANTED—DV TWO CAPABLE.
O pieaaani glrla, one aa cook, the other for aeeond or
general work: have reference. H 3 Twenlletli-at. __
SITUATION WANTED—AS COOK OR FOR OBN-
C? eral homework In a amall nrivaie family tflm*
clast city reference. Call for three days at KM call
lomla-ar.
CITUaTION WASTED—BY A COMPETENT OIRL
O to so veneral homework. Apply at her prevent
place, 217 South Oreei-au - t
situation wanted—dt an English girl
C> to cook. wa»h. andiron. Call at 38 Caaa-at.; ref*
erruce If required.
SITUATION 'WAKTED-bTRONO, TIDY. IIKLIA-
O hie girl: thoroughly uniicraianda all good plain
cooking: ttm-ciaaa iaundrcaa; beat tefcrenca from laat
employer. 2UI Caluuid-av. _
CITUATION WANTKD-nv A RESPECTABLE GIRL
O ui du general houaework or aeeondwork. Good
reference. Call at 2Ui South Park-av.
Seamatreases*
CITUATION WANTED—BV AN EXPERIENCED
O dreumaker in a family: S 2 a day; can cat, St, awl
drape clegamiy. AU. Md Waliaali-tv.
numis
CITUATION WANTED - AS WET NURSE IN A
iD reapertiulc family, or would take htby linme. o*ll
fortwo da) aat ia>i indlana-au, corner or Well*.
Employment Agonctei*
CITUATIONK WANTED-BV HOUSEKEEPERS.
O cook*, accond girls, laandrcaa, etc. Call at MRS.
GLEASON'S Employment other. na« sute-»L
llouaekcepera*
OITUATION WAXTED-IIV A HEFIKRD YOUNG
O lady *• tiuuKkecpcror lady'a maid. Itcfercncea
given if required. AiUrrn M 4. Trlhimi) office.
misiCAt*
AN EXPEDIENCE!) MUSIC TBACIIEB WILL
glrei* Isatunt fur »# worm uf genfa doming. 1L
CCAItK. care carrier A, weat hide.
H“ ALLKTTrUAVIs* fdiV’
m’ltimn pianos.
Theao celebrated planua. wlihulbaraol beat make*,
can be found at tbe warvrooma of
W. W. KIMDAI.L.
Corner state and Adam«-au.
N EWUl'KKini PIANOS—
NEW SOL’AKE PIANOS.
NEW OUUASS. .
To rent or foraale uu inatalmpiui. at
W. W. KIMDALL’S.
Corner State and Adama-ata.
PIANOS. )
1 » FOR RENT—
( JKQANS. j
PIANOS. )
I > FOR SALE—
QROANS,}
W. W. KIMDALL.
Comer Mate tael Adaon-sta.
IJICn-TONED UIMIICiIIT PIANOPOItTK OP NEW
IV «»t style ami finish. all the latest Improvements,
ouiytlTi. H. T. UAItITN. aMOtrirt atrj hl*le-*u •
VKKV KLKUANT IM AN'nKUIITE.MASsi VK AND
a Tirltlycarved va*r. 714 octave*. all u«vtrai and beat
Improvements, catalogue price fTiw, fully warranted,
onlyH- T. MAuriN.
WII.L bi:v a pine io'nkuouoan.nVTvTT
upUU Improved; AlUr will buy a splendid rutewood
pianoforte, warranted. K. T. MAKiTN. Joi and 3OT
Mite-it.
(DO r.h FOlfA M'LKNDID UOBKWOOD PIANO
•]p ItH/ lone, ialett unproved. rlrniy carved leva
and lyre. It. f. M.VIITIS. 'MI and a»f7 »t»ie*t.
IIUU.IEB AMU
OALK- OS I; 11 AN I HUUb. BAKE. VtVITbII,
gentleman's h«r*c; liw been used lo the ciiy for a
jea*- or more; I* very speedy; sfrald of nothing: anti
warranted kind and •r* , nllc. and ti year*ofage. Alio.
3 line, itigr, and heavy w»rk-horse*. o and 7 years old.
to Oe iuMlx*. and lotc-ther or *eparaie. as die owner
lim no (orlher n« (or them. A trial ol leu daysdivert
with eliner, if required. Apply In the barn, between
illuhtgaa and Wwiifc»n-av*.. rear of AH Mlrhlgau-av.
I All Hfc.Ll.lSli I Ilf HheT SMV ASIIbEI OME
i hand buggli-H. carriage*. and aolklea in the city (or
Hir iiati money. at 7JI and 73d tdats-st. B. C.
UAYDK.
\\ T E etiAM. SELL* OUK NEW AND 8EO>SO
• > hand carriage* at I*-** lhau coat Ihliuiuitih, at
■Ati w»l'4.li-av 1.. MIITII.
IT.VAMCIAL.
4 DVANCK.S MADE uS DIAMONDS, WATCHES,
J\ bonds, etc., al LAUN DKUS' private office. lA> >Uui«
dolpii kl..near Clark. Kaomi iandu. r.aiubllabad Idol.
/ (ami paid eou'old hold” and milvkhi
l j Money to loan on watches. ilHmond*. and valuable*
of every description ai utiUinHlU'a Loan and Ilulllun
OtUre Hlcetivedi, uU but lladl»oii-tt. yUlßlill£hed_l«id7.
\iosky j.oaskd os vimsmmpl' djanosT
if! diamond*. Jewelry. wareliuu>o recutpU, and any
food collatrrwa. KM U *>!il<ifton »t.. Hoorn 37.
Money To loan i\ nuus To sLTr'o.s kim:-
nlliilti, piano*, diamond*, etc. t alao small soma
oorealcautu. Houmj, |H lUndolph-at.
l)tNSll> CAN UK ’HAD IN ’EXCHANUB FOR
I currency at the cuuuilug-rooin ut Utejl rlbuue.
S'lLVKii i-. ASH Ml CENT I*l KCEd'IH PACUAUKd
of fiulnexcliamrt) for currency at eonuUng-robtu
of Tribune Couinsnv.
\\r AXTEb-tU.MZ* FOU TllltKK YKAIWt w7lI.
» pay w per ceultnterealt good party; security, i.u
fret of ground uu Fvsna-ar., near tin) grand eu»uOr
Hark. well worth S-Mio. Inquire of or addreii .1.
JII.MtV AJACOU VVKIL. 9J Waililnmou-a.
L.O&T AMD FOll«.»V
I'OST-A 11BD FOCKKTIIUOK TUESDAY KVEX*
li Inc on duio ei. Will the Under picaa* addresa S
uu, TiUmau oulvav . __ __
| l)»T—afcl*T. fi—COUNTY OKUKIt -AMOUNT. «li.
lj Pivaao rctuiu to Kid Twcutbihil. and receive re
ward.
rOST-FROII auJ LAKK-AV., MONDAY K11.11T..
a ablark und-uuUordJO»e:ierdog! fto forl*l»n>-
turo. _\. coo£._ _
gvTIIAYED-FKOM *IIICIiIOAN*AV. LAST EVEN*
ki lug—Mara Newfoundland dog. with while atrip on
lh« breast: answer* to tire bantu of aaukey; #lO reward
will bo given for Ida return loinu above uumitcr.
’I'AKFS" I'F-iIAY" tIOUaH, it iIASDiT HUill,
1 black mane ami tali, owner call at uakwoul.
hlitj-»«-veuttiU.. IkUwcl-o Cutugo drove and Wood
lawo-ava. pay ctargea üBl taka away.
FOU W-4I.F*
rHIItbAI.B-ATGHACKLASDCKMKTKEY-IIAND*
V aoute feet, lududlug Bldud and Cm- coplug.
ami-1 cholccit inipmu-nißbii. C'<ud cu.ii (would Ukn
gliU of It lb good horse or lUm (our-nauvogcr tar
rtogcl- Advirc»4-ddllouoro LlJck. fourth Uoor.
1,H)« KALK-U(l \i:D of TUAUK MEUilKlti-illFi
I 1 lutjulrc at id Dcurboru »i.
OFtl t'U LT'UN’lTlfll-
i?oiiVale-onk OFFICE SAFE. VEUY CUt Ai*i
I' ioluclif* hUb. 4" lucbva a ide, - J0 hicltci deep.
KLIsON 4 FoMillOY, "b Uanduipli-aC ___
117 ANTED—A feKCOXU lIAND SAFH.~WLD)L’M
VI Use. Addrcaa with full dcscripUou and price M
IT. Trlbuuo oUlce. __ . .
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