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THECOUIITS.
Decision of the Supreme
Court Regarding the
1877 Certificates.
.....dons Undo to the Form In
the Warrants Were
Brawn.
m Validity of the Scrip of
; 1878 Fully Sus
tained.
Settling the Status of Torchon
8 Laces.
awilm l» (he IKport of the Receiver of lie
FHiUU~T« Cas " of 1877 StUltd>
ftjiiodonit-flouße— Eocordof Jnagmonts,
Now Suits, Etc,
Tie Trial of die Rnco Murderer Begun
‘ -Eight Jurors Secured.
CITY CKUTITTCATES.
DECISION OF TUB SUPREME COURT.
special JMivatdt to The Tribune.
gr Vernon. 111.,-Feb. 24.—The opinion of
Jgaoremc Court lo the case of Fuller vs.
Saw was filed Saturday. Much of the
.1m Is devoted to a rehearsal of the plead*
Swd status of the case. Walker,.!., gives
Seoplolon, the substance of which is os fol
mu. The Court soys:
h U alleg cd tlmt, under the law, taxes aro
uried by the ordinance In Hie first quarter of
It* fisc*! yeor and not collected until the lost
of that or Hie first of the next fiscal
L »nd it Is Insisted that the Issuing of these
MrtiWci and warrants arc oul v anticipating the
uxt* levied; that It Is necessary under the
PiTMoe law to anticipate the revenue in this
nitmer; and that the City Government could
joloUicrwlso be maintained. If this should bo
Emitted to Us lull extent, still tlmt does not.
sttlborica the city authorities to disregard the
C&DitmUloo or their charter, which prohibits
them from loeurrlng such indebtedness, but It
Biyform a strong argument to the General
iuemMy to change the Revenue lows to relievo
Iron difficulty, or for Ibo city, like Ibo Btato
■ gj counties, to chance its flnauclat policy, so
U to ivold the difficulty. All other cities in
lie Slate *rc acting under the same charters,
or it least, under the some Revenue laws, and
so SimCCLTIES SEEM TO BB EXPERIENCED
by them, nor does the Btato and thu various
(oaDtlu complain of any inconvenience so far as
tebaveknowD, hence this cannot form the
jllgbtest grounds lor Issuing evidence of In
debtedness where the constitutional limit has
been reached. The city alleges that It Intends to
W (uch warrants and certificates out of the
iDproDiialions made and in anticipation of
vblch these various sums In 1875 and 1877 were
borrowed, to meet which they were expended,
isd such sums arc severally payable out ol the
ux» of such years when collected.
Rie dty was prohibited from borrowing mon
ey Jo any manner or for any purpose when these
nuuwereobtalnedand certificates issued, as the
dly bad passed the constitutional aud charter
limit of Indebtedness, and they, being evidence
oflndeblednesi, are therefore unauthorized and
told. They do not purport to bo drawn on any
unlealar fund, and are absolutely payable
tUhonlgraco on a day named, and bear inter
est Thev have none of the elements of an on
tldnatioQ of a tax already levied, but they have
lit forms of indebtedness.. Those of 1875 state
thitthesum named In each Is borrowed under
fits sets o! the General Assembly referred to as
conferring authority to borrow money by the
dty. No amount of reasoning, It appears to us,
no possibly show these warrants to bo other
visa thin evidence of Indebtedness, and for
borrowed money.
• The Court then says;
TUB WAItRANTS OP 1877
state that they will bo paid out of the taxes then
levied, but they do not slate they are only pay
able out of taxes fur the fund for which (he ad
usee has been made. The recitals do not change
the legal effect of the instruments. They do
net limit Uie neht of tho holder to payment of
tiiu, cor could ho bo so limited by the lan
guage of the certificate. if not prohibited by
urn Constitution ami charter, the holder of one
of these overdue warrants could manifestly sue
ana recover thereon. They purport to be in
debtedness, nml only indebtedness, and must
hire been so considered by the persons advanc
ing the rauncy, and the city no doubt regarded
Hus loan. The certificates were in form
and substance evidence of Indebtedness, and,
Meg suca, they were Immediately evidence of
Increaacd indebtedness. This proposition (s
Mlf-cvldenU The receipt of the money hv the
(Ity.and Us promise to pay on a specified day
with Interest, constitutes a dsbt, and these
wots, of course, increase the aggregate Indebt
edness of Uie corporation. Wo presmiuroli per
sons would coll them debts, and could find no
other naoie lor them.
The Court refers to the eases of the City of
Bprtwßcld vs. Edwards, 81 Illinois, 020,
Md Low vs. The People, 88 Illinois,
uorooortccl, and says la the
utlcrof these eases Uie validity of Uieccrtlfl
rates was before us, and wo held them void. In
Nutcase the reasons were given at length, and
m Uie former case the effects of the Constitution
!£ * uch Instruments wore fully considered and
mwered. Wo deem it unnecessary to note re
£r.V IC , ”won» given In those cases, but wo
that they control this In all of its
jraiurca, in fact, they oro the same certificates
SJ l .»* W 0 i ,ir °lvcd In the latter case. We,
hold these Instruments were Issued In
2;J*“ on ,°f Uie Constitution and the pro
-1?.. k .?*, tho charter of 'the city, and
Im.V, i issues are void. Thot the city only
iVr? i° W Uiem out of the tax levied for
fear in which tho advances were made can*
« anticipation. To have that effect Uie
d«^? IOQUie Treasurer should bo specifically
u!?rt. 0 . Waln>t u,c uncollected taxes of the par
iAr.l r ~I car u . l,t * lnut f to which Uiu money was
oLh* 1 ??? 1 '/'!' 1 Dot “Wlnst tho general fund or
tIJn Dds ,n UI(J Treasury.
SB«S,«» ur .u “P* oß U‘o form of warrant lo the
‘ w ‘ i 11 wm M
. . Dr * Wn on tub treasury generally,
di|lf. 01 ,, OQ ,® M y particular fund, although It
S? % Treasurer to charge It too fund
Itvfoifn. hecUycuuQot use the tax that is
sad it £fi? ao ,or l,l e expenses of another,
UiMf»f l,?.* 8 1 ‘i 11 ' t 0 anticipate- the uncollected
uZW l,rof . tho the warrant must
Uu» / acalnat oud to bo paid out of the
S2J« lod . lor t,wt Particular fund. Had
then m. rotltsol l BieTrcosury been so drown,
UMhi l h.v. Twcatlon would have been tire
cl 1 ar '™ an anticipation
whether si, ta * ca le v le«l for that fund:
t»tcu!wl l *'i ta ? ~ evlc(i f°r a specific fund and
trtt(uu!ii- c i! n anticipated to paymouey
b i r individuals to meet tho
it™ l,e fund.—ln other words, treating
°{ 1b75 and 1377 as absolutely
4ri»w»fr?*. u,oupb never issued, may tiie city
i-lui °. u lllc I'rcasurer to pay tho prin
ilune uum °f such advances, payable
fanTtiwiS kH*! 0 luxes w heu collected for Uic
The hiii i, ™ c advances were made?
tho ordmaueo unlawfully
*hc«rrtit!?-ni liC V“ l,ucluw 07 Taxes to receive
lo ptiKf® 4 P 1 innebtednea of 1875 and 1877
k u le LUI ° r taxes generally. This
sod it .P tov Wo« of the urdlnsoce,
Itetor or llot denied that the Col
the** Ultemi « to and will so re
to do. ThJL e I llbca,t!fl : This he has no power
cefvc tht n, i„ c i? ir vo *d, he has no power to re-
Purpose har S° °f taxes levied lor any
soa i( »V« n'd to restrained therefrom,
tojolo hi m cr f? r the buperlor Court not lo
A WUIo p„i' r . cfr i°„ ra > “lil' 1 error lu Ibu
sou 0 „ t <jurt Ip allirtnlng the decree;
•Uads, tho rii\ bß k answer as it now
toy »srram C . bbou, d bo restrained from draw-
Area, uuo the Treasurer la tho form
WM error not doing so In
(evened, and case remanded.
(Oduys- <aaTlCB WCKBT DISSENTS,
•esebtd h» ,k..^ UD °t concur in the conclusion
urt * 1 think the cerllllcates
»hl\, u °!? er tbo decision of the Ed-
lodelit«in. innperstivo os evidence of
oa i2S“ e «i but had the effect
•tugmnoap of to much ol ihq
fnnrli to bn derived from taxes
for the year and fund to which the money In Ibo
cortifii-atu was applied. I also thlnK tlml the
Ictral died of a warrant drawn upn the Treas
urer lo bo charged to a Riven fund la the name
as tlml of a warrant direction Hie Treasurer to
pay out of that fund. The question of form of
the warrant, however, does not seem to 1)6 a
matter of much moment, as the form Indicated
?iy the governing opinion can readily bn adopted.I’’ 1 ’’
'1 he ruling throws the coals of this suit upon the
appellee, nnd Imposes upon (he city (he expense
of printing now blanks for these warrants.
SCRIP OP 1878.
The opinion of Justice Dickey In (he case of
Fuller vs. Heath ol n). Is very Icnelhy. The
following Is nn abstract of the principal points
of the decision :
it Is insisted by counsel for appellant that
the language of the charter permitting the City
Council to change the beginning of the fiscal
tear Is void and inoperative; hence It Is con*
tended the fiscal year by law began on the third
Tuesday of April, mid that this ordinance, net
having been pasted In the first quarter of the
fiscal year, ami not having the sanction of a ma
lonty of the legal voters In any mode required
it Jaw, Is void. It Is contended Hie last clause
or See. Bof the charter—“ At such Other times
as may be fixed by ordinance “—is void because
Its operation Is to authorize the exception of some
cities from the application of the law which
but for such exception would ho their organic
law; Hint the law, by the Constitution, must ho
uniform as to all the cities; thu General As*
Bcmhly cannot delegate power to change the law,
for this would bo to enact a law which, aa to
some cities, Is local and special. Jo our view,
Hie position Is not sound. The Constitution no*
where requires that the fiscal year of all cities,
under thu general law, shall begin on the same
day. The law ns It Is applies to all such cities
alike. The substance of the provision Is, that
the beginning of the fiscal year may ho fixed by
ordinance, and In the absence of such ordinance
thu fiscal year must begin on the third Tuesday
of April. Wo cannot perceive that the provision
la either local or special. The beginning of the
fiscal year having been fixed by ordinance on
the Ist day of January, tbo General Apnrqtirla*
Uou ordinance passed on the Ist day of March
wts within the first quarter of thu years as re
quired by law. Wo find no cause in this to
question its validity.
The Court cites the case of
THE CITY OP SPRINGFIELD Vfl. EDWARDS,
84 Illinois, Q2s,*iuul says: “ It was there said In
substance that a city already Indebted beyond
thu constitutional limit cannot lawfully incur
any now debt or liabilities,{but may, (o defray
current expenses, anticipate the collection of
taxes in ease the taxes are actually levied, pro
vided the mode of appropriating and setting
apart, be such as to Impose no liability upon
the cltv. Tbo opinion then gives the language
of thu Court in tlmt decision. The Court savs
it Is not perceived that the issuing of the war
rants mentioned In the bill fails In any material
particular to comply with
THE REQUISITES THUS LAID DOWJJ
by the Court. In fact they seem to bo arawn
and Issued in strict compliance therewith. The
bill shows thu taxes were actually levied. The
warrant Is drawn upon nnd payable only out of
a particular fund or appropriation, utul on Its
face does not purport to impose upon the city
any liability. The bill does not charge as a fact
that this warrant Is not, when issued, accepted
as a full and final payment for service or mate
rial for which It Is given. It is not shown that
out thing Is not giVen and accepted lor another.
It is insisted that there Is In this caso
an implied promise on the part of the
city that the sum named In the warrant will bo
paid. We do not think so. All contracts and
Instruments of transfer of property or anv In
terest therein must he constru'd as If the place
of the contract instrument were written out in
full upon the face. In this caso the warrants
are to bo construed In the same manner—tlmt
no city can make a valid contract by which lb
can become indebted beyond thu constitutional
limit, nnd that even for meeting Us necessary
current expenses no city can anticipate tho col
lection ol taxes for such purpose unless tho
tax for that purpose be actually levied, and then
only by an exchange of a warrant drawn upon
thu proper fund, to bo paid oat of the tuxes
when collected; Hint by making this
exchange the city cannot lawfully incur any
liability, but tho holder of the warrant must
rely solely upou the ability and fidelity of tho
revenue officers (n the collection and payment
of the money mentioned in the warrant.
ITOB SUCH WORDS WRITTEN OUT IN FULL
upon tho face of the warrant, no one would
think of construing this warrant as a promise
of payment by the city, either express or* Im
plied. These warrants, under the low, bare no
legal effect, except os an assignment without
recourse on the city mode by the city to the
holder of the warrantor the part of the uncol
lected taxes mentioned In the warrant. This Is
the legal effect, and the only legal effect, of
these Instruments.' They arc muniments of
title to the holder, without covenants on the
part of the city*
_ The Court _ refers
to the caso
Law vs. The People, 83 Illinois,
400, giving Hie maatior to which n corporation
that has passed the constitutional limit ol in*
debtedness may draw against a fund, uml soys
that the warrants in the case at bar seem to* he tn
strict conformance with the ruling in the Ed*
wards and Law vases, and holds that tiie city In
no manner whatever became Indebted bv the
issue thereof. It Is held that it would no doubt
be better that these certllleatcs should slate in
some apt form on their faco that the same is pc
copied In full satisfaction of the services ren
dered or material furnished. and that the city
incurs no liability by their issue. It is suggest
ed that a portlou of all tno taxes col
lected must bo sot apart lor each
purpose mentioned in the annual Appro
priation bill, and this portion must bear
tiie some proportion to the whole amount col
lected which the sum appropriated far that
purpose bears to the whole omount of tiie an
nual appropriation. This docs not seem to bo
a necessary consequence. It may turn out
that tiie entire amount of Uic appropriation
made for one purpose* may not bo needed fur
that purpose, while the whole of the appropria
tion for some other purpose may be needed.
In such case, if the amount of nil taxes col
lected bo sufficient to meet all the necessary
expense, It is not perceived that there is any
thing in Uic statute to forbid the application
of the funds in (be Treasury to Uio full payment
of Uic sums needed to exhaust one appropria
tion, even one that should not leave money
enough in the Treasury to cover the full amount
of another appropriation, when Uic exigencies
of Uic city do not require that the whole of the
latter appropriation should be expended. Bo
this as it may, these requirements are found in
the General law of 187:1, ro-cnaclcd in Uiu re
vision of 1874, and since that time it is
SXPUBBSI.T PROVIDED DY BTATUTB
that the City Comptroller’s warrants, or orders
on the City Treasury shall bo receivable by the
Collector lu payment ol city taxes. Whatever,
therefore, may have been tho construction of tho
act of 1872, Us provision cannot override the
subsequent act of 1877, but, if inconsistent with
that act, must yield to Us express provision that
such warrants are by law receivable (or
city taxes. It Is also claimed that
the Cliv ot Chicago has no lawful authority to
levy taxes or appropriate money for school pur
poses, and, os a conscqu'.-uco from this propo
sition. the item In the appropriation ordinance
tor 1878 of $51)0,082.44 is without outhority of
taw and void, and hence that amount of tiie lax
levy for that year Is void, and that, on tuts
ground, the injunction sought by tho bill ought
to have been granted. It is not perceived why
(be olllcers of the city ought to be forbidden to
issue lawful warrants for lawful purposes, even
if a part of the tax-luvtcs are unlawful uml void.
Tiie bill does not contain any allegation that
this tax lor school purposes is void, or any
allegation that any warrants are aouut to bo
issued for school purposes, oc any prayer that
the application of money to school purposes
shall be forbidden. We cannot, however, sanc
tion the proposition that the City of Chicago has
been shorn ot Us power to support Us schools.
Before the adoption of tho present Constitution,
the City of Chicago was hv law given (ho title ot
all school lauds within its boundaries, uml tho
share of the School Fund belonging to Us peo
ple, and was clothed with tile power of collect
ing taxes lor school purposes, ami charged with
tiie duty of supporting its schools
DY TUB LAWS ON THIS SUBJECT
in force at that lime, whether embodied in form
in the charter of the city, or la amendments
lo Uiu charter, or in lows not purport
lug in locm to bo a part of
tho School laws, and not as strictly a part of its
charter fur strictly city purposes.
The Court devotes some space to & construc
tion of the Constitution of 187 U, and reiterates
the opinion (a Splicht vs. Tim Boole, 87 Illinois,
000, that all law, whether In charters or else
where, designed to affect free schools may be
regarded as school laws, as a part of Uie law* In
tended to provide a system of free schools, and
that See. 22, Art. 4, as to tho power of passing
special laws relates merely to Uic management
of common schools,—that is, to the conduct of
toiuim.u schools in imparting instruction, and
does not relate to the matter of providing the
pecossarv funds (or their support. U follows
that nether the Adoption os Its charter by the City
of Chicago of thcGcncral law relating toeltlcs and
villages, nor the passage of the General School
law, baa modified or imoaired the former laws
authorising Uie Cliv of Chicago, as a public
offeucy, to levy and collect taxes lur school pur
roses. Tiie Judgment of the Appellate Court,
allirtnlng the decree of the Circuit Court, is ap
proved and affirmed. ...
Scott, J.—l concur In this decision, for.the
reason tlutt I think it overrules the cases of Ed
wards vs. Tho City of Springfield, 84 Illinois,
82ti, and Law V«. Tho People, 88 Illinois, 886,
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: TUESDAY* FEBRUARY 28. 1878-TWELYE PAGES.
For an expression of my views on the question
discussed, reference H made to my dissenting
opinion In the Law case supra.
CIVIL, HUBINB9B.
FIRM) ft LRtTltn VS. COLLECTOR SMITH,
Judge Blodgett was yesterday engaged In
bearing a rather Interesting case of Fluid, belter
A Co. against Collector Smith to recover
back somo taxes paid on Torchon laces hylho
plaintiffs. Tbo amount, at Issue Is only sls, but
thu principle Involved Is the question os to
whether Torchon laces, which aro now very
fashionable, are to bo considered as thread laces.
By the law all thread laces have an ad valorem
taxon them of 80 per cent, white "oil oilier
laces ” arc taxed 40 per cent. The (lovernment
lias been collecting 40 per cent on Torchon laces
on the cround that they were not what are com*
rocrdally known as thread laces. A largo num
ber of experts were examined, and, as
Is always tbo case, they differed widely In
their testimony. It seemed undisputed
that Troebon laces are made of linen thread on
cushions, but (hey lack the largo distinctive
thread which characterises the great majority of
“thread ” laces. On (ho other hand, they aro
entirely distinct from the family of thread laces
known as the English, Saxony, French, Chan*
tlllv, nnd Belgium Inccs. The drift of the testi
mony seemed to bo tlmt there was n distinction
without a difference, some of the Government
witnesses even testifying that Torchon laco was
a thread lace. The testimony was all concluded
yesterday, nnd the case will bo given to the Jury
to-dny. If thoyflnd for the plaintiffs it will bo a
decision Hint Torchon lace is a thread lace, and
if for the Government, that it Is not. The result
will he of somo Interest to the public, for it will
have tho effect, It favorable to the plaintiffs, of
reducing the price by the amount of the differ*
cnco In Dio tax.
TUB TAX CASES OF 1877.
Final decrees were entered yesterday morning
before Judge Moore in nearly all the tax cases
brought Inst year to enjoin thu collection of one
sixth of the personal-property taxes. Tempo
rary Injunctions were granted at thu time, and
then one case was taken to the Supremo Court,
where the opinion of the Court below was af
firmed. This left the city ami countv authorities
nothing lo do hut submit ns gracefully as possi
ble, ami they did it,
Corporation-Counsel Donfleld appeared in
Court nt 10 o’clock, ami said he wished to have
the Injunctions made perpetual in Hie class of
cases referred to at the complainants* costs.
Mr. Woodbrldue, on behalf of some of Hie par
ties, objected to being compelled lo pay tbo de
fendant s’ cost*.
Mr. Barton then rend a part of a late opinion
of the Supremo Court, which held tlmt a munic
ipal officer in thu discharge of his prlma facie
duty, nml when acting under n warrant valid uu
its face, could not bo held responsible lor costs
in such an action against him.
The Judge thought that il the parties bad ap
plied to thu Board of Equalization they could
hare bad their taxes reduced, mid It was only
equitable, therefore, that they should be com
pelled to pay thu easts Final decrees were there
fore entered In nearly all the rases, restraining
the collection of one-sixth Hie taxes.
TUB FIDELITY SAVINGS DANK.
In tho Fidelity Bank case. Felix J. Griffin
yesterday filed objections to the petition of thu
Receiver fora confirmation of a large number
of sales of real estate bo haa made, In which bu
took pay In bank-books. Tho Receiver, it will
bo remembered, stated that ho had sold proper
ty appraised at 844,350 for $1)0,251.15 worth of
deposit-books and $8,501.13 in cash, and asked
to have all those sales confirmed. Tho objec
tions aro. first, tlmt some of the sales were not
for Hie best Interests of the creditors; second,
that the particulars of each sale do not
appear lu Hie report so the Court
can bo Informed ns lo their
exact character; third, that the Receiver asks
all sales to bo confirmed when some have al
ready been approved; find last, that Hie Receiver
in one ease at least exceeded his powers by pay
ing a $3,000 Incumbrance on somo lots in cash
nnd then selling the land and taking tho whole
price in deposit books.
The Receiver also filed a petition asking to ho
allowed to change Hie footings of-hls report so
as to show that $00,53-1.40 worth of books bad
been canceled instead of $07,251.13 worth, nnd
that he had received $3,501.12 in cash instead of
$501.12.
Monnia, bbl z a co.
About a year oro Henry K. Bud (lied a bill
against Morris, Sclz & Co., claiming tliul ho had
been employed by the firm as salesman, uml
was to receive one-fifth of the net profits yearly
ns salary, provided the amount should - not fail
below $7,500 per ntinuro. Jlu charged that thu
firm had been marking up the cost of their
Roods so os to reduce the apparent profits, that
they had never paid him more than (he stipu
lated $7,500, while thu one-fifth of tire profits
would amount to much moro than that. Ho
therefore wanted an accounting and settlement,
yesterday the defendants filed their answer, de
nying that they had defrauded Duel out of his
share, and claiming that they had paid him nil
they owed him, and, when ho left them, had
had a final and accounting, so that
they now owed him nothing.
tub peoria court-iiousb.
About two months ago Henry Hebanl filed a
bill against bis copartners, Philip 11. Dcckerand
George S. Hchnrd, stating that he had entered
into a partnership with them to build the Court-
House in Peoria fur $200,071.80; that the work
was done, uml a small balance ol a few thousand
dollars was still awing which ho wanted tho de
fendants prohibited from collecting until an ac
count was bad between them. Yesterday the
defendants filed their answer denying all the
material allegations of the bill, charging com
plainant with keeping false books of account,
and with overdrawing his account, and asking
for a settlement of the partnership.
DIVORCES.
Charles Whitcomb (lied a bill yesterday for
divorce from bis wife Ellen, on account of her
desertion.
Elizabeth Schrclbcr has a husband, Leonard
Schrclbcr, who, she says, delights to get drunk
uml promenade Die streets In ids night-shirt, or
pound her with bnck, sticks, pitchers, nml other
trinkets, and site savs this kind of treatment
does not agree with her constitution. In conse
quence ol w hich she prays lor a divorce.
Judge Fnrwcli granted a divorce to Christina
Dohm from John G. Dobm, on the ground of
cruelty.
Judge Moore dissolved the bonds of matri
mony between Fount* and Frederick Ed (tiger,
on a'ccoaut of tho latter’s drunkenness amt
cruelly.
ITBMd.
An Assignee will bo chosen for Christopher
W. Holl this morning.
SUPERIOR COURT tK URIEF.
11. O, Collins, for the use of Andrew Peter
son, commenced a suit in debt lor SIO,OOO
ugulnst Marion .Hunger, uml another for the
same amount against Uouben Hatch.
The Connecticut Mutual LUc-lnsurnnco Com
pany filed a blit against Francis A. titevens uml
wile, John C. and Liconlu E. Helton, and the
unknown bclrs of Eusebius Uutubiucs, to fore
close a mortgage for $12,500 on Hub-Lot 21, in
Francis A. Htuvens’ Subdivision of Lots 21 to
25, inclusive, Block 17, of Herrington’s Addition
to Chicago. Also, another against Frauds A.
and Julia E. Stevens, Charles I*. Williams ami
wife, and Cecelia Uutllol'l, to foreclose a mort
gage for $12,5U0 on Sub-Lot 22 of the same sub
division.
The Maratban County Bank began a suit In
attachment ogalnst John Meyer to recover
12.1H5.1U.
CIRCUIT COURT.
Samuel E. Vlnal commenced a suit In trespass
against Walter Proby, Joying damaces at $5,000.
Carl .Eciao begun a suit In debt for $5,000
damages against Aucust Uucbner and rrcdcrluk
Loddlng.
Ellol llsrbcr sued Edwin Bfcknell and E. D.
Murray, Jr., far #I,OOO.
James il. McVlckcr brought suit Jor SI,OOO
against George F. Learock.
HtODATB COURT.
In the estate of Norton A. Biker et a!., mi
nors, guardians’ letters were issued to Cordelia
E. and Jessie N. Baker, under bond of SBO,OOO.
TUB CAI.L.
Judge Jllodow— 2o9 to 1135, Inclusive. No.
yO7W, Field vs. Smith, on trial, and good for a
couple of hours.
.ludob Oatir—2oß, sod 203 to 323, Inclusive,
except 311 and 312. No case on trial.
Judge Jamesoj.'— Assists Judge Uary. No case
on trial.
Judub Moore— Sti, 27. 28, 80. No case oa hear
ing.
Julios Rooms—Set case 4.037, McCabo vs.
Ryan, and calendar 18. and S 3 to 27, Inclusive.
No. «> Farwell vs. Chicago, Burlington* Quincy
Railroad Company, on (rial.
Judor Hoorn--Term No. 0,482, and calendar
Not. 8 te 20, inclusive, except 13. No. 7, Barr
vs. Uermcmliardt. on trial.
Judge McAu.istbr— 7B to 104. Inclusive, ex
cept 84, 87, 80, 01. 05, 00, 08. 101, ftud 103. No.
77.Fiskevs. McUonuuab, oa trial.
Judge Farwbld— l,olo, Jackson vs. Jackson.
Jv’DOH Coomis-Nos. 1,186. 1,2*17. 1,226.
1.220. 1.535, 1,230, 1,237, 1.211, 1.248. 1.858,
] 201 1 203, 1,208, 1.203, 1,271, andl,27o|i.
VUDOMBNT3.
Circuit Count— CoicvEsetojcs—Scottish Ameri
can Mortgage company vs. Charles Pollansbse,
810.500. Same vs. bame, slo,soo.—Same vs.
baue, $10,600. Same vs. Same, slo,6oo.—Same
vs. Same $10,600.
judge CUax—Wright QlUles at 01. vs. Jamea
Leyden, 8101.01.—People ex rel. Nathan Cor
with vs. .If,fine, sad Conrad Hols and It. It. Uak*
pin. »iay.a:i, q
Cmcmr CnonT-CovrzvsfOjrs—Martha J. C.
Chnnlln vs. John it. Hecker. $Oll.OO. Anna Ha
mann va, John 11. Meyer. $845.
Jennz Booth—fohn P. Ford vs. Michael Tlyan.
s4l.4o.—Charles A. Weary va. Tin, Hen Franklin
Insurance Comrmny: verdict, $1,1:12.50, and mo
tion for neW trial.
THIS RACK CASK.
t.AMU'S TRIAD BEGUN.
The prospect of the commencement of the
trl.il of John Lamb for the allotted murder of
Follccmun Unco, In front of > Lesser Frlcdberg’s
pawn-shop, on State street, Oct. 4 last, drew to
the Criminal Court yesterday morning between
MO nnd 000 people, nil the seats down-stairs mid
In the naileries polmr taken up, and not a few
men standing In the aisles, In order to watch
the proceedings. When the court was opened
for business,
fltato’s-Atlorney Mills sold ho was ready.
“Are the defense I” ashed the Court.
“Yes,” replied Mr. Forrest, who Is assisting
Col. Van Arman.
State’s-Attoroey Mills Inquired If the defense
desired to argue the motion ro quash the Indict*
raent.
“ No,” said Col. Van Arman.
“ Then I presume,” remarked the StateVAt
tornev, “ It will be overruled.”
” Yes,” stud the Court.
The accused was brought tu by a Bailiff, and,
when Hu: indictment had been road to him,
prompted by his counsel, he pleaded nut guilty.
Jle was dressed In a suit of black, had on a clean
white shirt, mul was quite presentable. Con*
linement In jail has somewhat bleached him, h it
his countenance still Indicates that he is a bold,
determined thief, —one to be avoided in a quiet
uclirliborhood or to be let alone if seen in a bed*
room at night. No one appeared to be his
friend, and lie sat alone all day,chewing tobacco
and seeming tu be nervous and anxious.
The tedious task of getting twelve men to
pass on •• the law mid the evidence ” began with
out delay, ami a dozen of the regular panel of
thirty Jurors were called on to take scats ami
undergo a questioning Us to their Ignorance.
Thu putting of tills number at the start Into the
“box” was objected to by the defense, they
believing, or rather asserting, that the smtnto
required only a quartette. As the former, How
ever, was the practice, the Court did not inter
fere, and Col. Van Arman noted
EXCEPTION NO. 1,
After an hour’s work nnd the peremptory dis
missal of four, the State’s Attorney secured
four who were satisfactory to him, mid turned
them over to the defendant's lawyers. These
gentlemen were very particular, mid promptly
got rid of three, ami hadn’t filled their places
when the time for adjournment arrived.
At the afternoon session some progress was
made, four Jurors being accepted before 3
o’clock. These were: Jlcnry Cobb, contractor.
No. 188 Blnckhawk street; Andrew ilnlcv,
mason, No. 171 West Indiana street; Nelson
Coolc, fanner, Bremen; William Lupion,
Inrmer, Niles. Up to tilts time, twenty ot the
thirty had been examined, fourteen ot them
being challenged peremptorily,—seven by thu
prosecution mid seven 'by the delensc,—mid
only two for cause, one being over CO. At a
quarter after 0, the State's Attorney found four
more who suited him. But they didn’t suit
“ the other side,” one being excused niter a few
questions, and two others a few tuumeuls later.
Having, tilled thu vacancies In half an hour.
Statu’s-Atlorncr Mills took the four in hand mid
released one almost Immediately peremptorily,
and another because he was over age. Only
two of the panel remained, but these proved ac
ceptable to both sides, and
TUB SECOND POUR
werosworn. These were: Thomas Caldwell, farm
er,Bloom ; Hugh Williams. Chicago Gas-Light mid
Coke Company, No. 390 Division street; John
Booster, druggist,* No. 328 West Tavlor street;
J. K. Davis, dealer lu grain and provisions, No.
BU7 Fulton street. •
Securing eight Jurors out of thirty is certain
ly doing very well,—much belter than was an
ticipated ot thu outset,—since the defense was
so.pnrtleular that It was thought none of the
panel would come up to their expectations. In
all, there were eighteen peremptory challenges,—
nine by coeh,—and four for cause.
THE OUJECT OP THE PROSECUTION
was, as usual, to gut Jurors who could give tiic
accused an Impartial trial, a man who had read
accounts of the murder In the newspapers not
being burred If his mtnd was unbiased. But the
defense didn’t want newspaper renders. All
whom they hud use for were men who knew
nothing whatever about the case. The examina
tion on the part ot the Stale was simple,
the only quaUllcutlon upon which stress was
laid beluga favorable opinion of capital punish
ment. 1 On tills point tli® defense were anxious
to know if, in ull casts of murder, with or with
out mlllgotlngcircumstances, the “peer” would
Insist upon the death penalty. The examination
developed the fact that there has been a change
of views on this subject. Two years ago three
men out ot live said they were opposed to hang
ing. yesterday two out of three were In favor
oflt. The frequency of murders In this city,
and the infrequency of adequate punishment
therefor, bos doubtless brought about this con
version.
The eight Jurors secured are very fair looking
men,—about the average, apparently. In Inlelli
ccuco; mid if four more of equal calibre are ob
tained, the case will, perhaps, be decided on Its
merits.
Alter ordering a special venire for fifty to Is
sue. Col. Van Arman requesting that only rep
utable citizens be summoned, the Court ad
journed until 10 o’clock this morning.
PLAGUES IN RUSSIA.
The Moscow Vlsltntlon la 1770-*7l.
F.iII J lull Oatette.
The appearance of the plague In the Astraclmn
Government has revived the memory ol the ter*
rlblo outbreak In Moscow during purl of the
yoaw 1770 and 1771. The first victims were tho
Goldlcrs, whom shot and ’etcel had npared during
tho war waged against Turkey. It then mailo
Its way Into Ilussia from the southwest, extend'
lug u« far north as fierpukhof. it ttrst began to
declare Itself In December, InO, but it was for
some time Ignored or denied, (ho Emorosa
Catherine 1L writing to *av that if uuy oue said
there was a plague In Moscow ho lied;
nothing hut fever was lo bo feared.
But utter being kept under by tho
winter’s frost and oflleiully protested against
during the summer, the pest burst forth In the
autumn with a fury which even ukases could
not control. By the middle of September,
1771, the condition of Moscow was terrible.
From 800 to 1,000 deaths took place every day.
The upper classes lied from the plaugc-strickon
town, and the populace took to rioting. On tho
Kith (2711 i) of September broke out what Is ecu*
orally known as the ‘’tenumnv bunt,” or plague
riot. The populace assembled In crowds before
one of the gates of the kremlin, wishing to avail
themselves of the good offices of the Bogolvubof
miraculous Madonna. Tlie Archbishop Ambrose
Zcrtis-Kamcnsky prudently ordered the picture
to bo removed from Its usual locality to a more
open snot, in order to avoid tho danger llkelv to
arise from the thronging together of so many
plague-fearing worshipers. A cry was raised
that he wa« stealing the holy portrait, and that
he must ho uut to death. Ho fled In disguise
from tho kremlin, and took refuge fu the Dona
kol monastery. Thither, however, ho was
pursued, and there lie was torn from behind tlie
altar. “ For two hours," according to tlie evi
dence of an eye-witness, he was beaten with a
cudgel. Then ho was left for dead. But after
a lime his right hand was seen to move; where
up-m the rioters again attacked him, beating
him on the head till he died. Only by grape
shot was the riot suppressed. A few days later
arrived In Moscow Count Gregory Orlof, sent
expressly by (lie Kmuress to put down the
plague. * The city, so tong deprived of guidance,
received him wiiu rupture. Ami, in (ruth, ho
deserved to be hailed with acclamation; for ho
attacked the plaguu with such vigor that hn
overcame it. Drawing a number of sanitary
cordons round Moscow, ho maintained so strict
a quarantine that even tho dogs which ran
across his lines ami the crows which flew over
them wore shot. All popular gatherings were
prohibited; no burials were allowed within tho
city; and tho faithful were even pre
vented from entering the churches, being
obliged to listen to divine service from without.
Before Count Orlafs arrival, (ho eommuu peo
ple had showed a decided aversion toward the
hospitals, In which they were roughly treated
mid badly fed by coarse amt Iguorant medical
practitioners. Orlm inspected the buildings set
apart lor the sufferers, visited them trequeully,
and soon brought about a change greatly lor
tho better In the treatment of the patients.
The number of dollv deaths soon fell to 30u,
and theu became smaller and smaller until the
plague was stayed. Count Orlot was enabled
on Kov. 88 (O. 8.) to leave Moscow rejoicing
over a clean bill of health. On his return to
bt. Petersburg the Count was received with
many manifestations of joy uud triumph, a
medal was struck iu hU honor, bearing on ono
side his portrait, and on the other a repreaeuU
tiouof Curtius leaping Into the gulf; with an
Inscription that “UussU, too, possesses such
sons.’’ Hercules slaying the benten Hydra
would have idrmed, perhaps, s more aporopris
ate imago. _
Singular Accident.
♦Vow lor* ««"♦ . . , ..
Ira Cook waa to pare been married lo North*
ampton, Maaa.« at the a£u of W« iio turUdfor
(be Town Clerk’s office to get a license, and
doubtless was excited and nervous, for no fell
while climbing over a fence, caught one foot
between the pickets, and bung bead downward
till he was dead.
GOLD Ul* THE SIOUX.
Rich Quarts lUaroverle* In Lake County,
Daknln.
fit/mt Fall* rantngrnph.
For some days Sioux Falls has been In a statu
of excitement and anxiety, mid troops of men
have been visiting Hie /‘imtaijraph office asking
to see “ that specimen.'* The occasion of all
Ibis has been thu fact that we have bad hero a
specimen of the richest quartz any of Its in
spectors have ever seen. It weighs about an
tmm-u, and (s studded all over with specks of
gold, ranging In size from a pin-point to a pin
bead, Ihe value of the yellow* metal in it being
variously estimated at from 50 cunts to 81, so
that s ton of the stuff would yield si least $20,-
000. There Is no mistake about the glittering
stuff being pure gold, for (l lias been tested by
old quartz-miners, by Jewelers, ami by chem
ists, all of whom pronounce it straight goods,
nnd Hie nrc Is nearly pure quartz, being suffi
ciently hard to score glass.
But wimb gives it Its especial attraction In
Sioux Falls Is Ibu fact Hint 11 was found up In
Lake County, only forty-five miles (rum here,
millilitre are Imnionso quantities of It In Hie
bluffs tin-re. Several parties have gone out
from hero tomakua thorough examination of
the region, and their return is anxiously await
ed. The specimen of which we speak was
brought hero last Saturday evening by J. il.
JluU-nius, who drives lliu stage between Sioux
Falls and Madison. He procured II at first
bunds from IL N. Luce, one of Lake County's
oldest mid most trustworthy citizens, formerly
a member of thu Territorial Legislature, from
whom he received the following account of its
discovery:
Upon Air. Luce’s farm, on the bank of Lake
Herman, which encircles It like a horse-shoe, Is
n bluff, upon a part of which the snow linger
ed some tune. As this was melting awav a
number of days ago, a peculiar appearance was
observed, which was not delected when it was
surrounded hy the ordinary brown of the earth.
Charlie Worthington, who Is cousin of little
Frank Worthington, of Bioux Falls, and who Is
slopping with Luce, first noticed this, and took
a heavy hummerand broke oft some of thestone,
which he showed to Luce, and the two, of
course, saw the glittering mein) In the quartz.
They obtained a large number of specimens, one
ol which Hutchins secured from Luce, with an
account of Its discovery, nnd brought down to
Sioux Falls, where, as we have stated, tt has
been examined hy a very large number of gen
tlemen, some dozen o( whom started at once for
Luce’s farm, the evidence being sufficient to
make them feel warranted In a winter trip of
forty-five miles to see what there Ih in it.
THtriKiuum; iika.ncm offices.
INOItnKR to'accommodate our numerous
pmoni ihrous.iout (he city we have established
Branch Office' In the different Division*. a« designated
below, where advertisement* will ue taken fur the same
price as chanted at the Main Office,and will be received
until u o'clock p. in. during (be week, and uutll » p. m.
ouSaiurdays: _
J. ft li. SIMMS. Booksellers and Ktatlonera. 12.1
Twe«vty*tw>ad-ai,
H. M. WAI.UKN, Newsdealer, fitailoner, etc.. KW)
Wed MadUon-st.. near Weitern-av.
ItoIIKKT TIIItUMATON, Weat-side New* DenoU 1
OlueJsland-av., enruerof lUlsted-at.
UIUCJiI.UU*,*.) Wl
11, C. IIKIIUICK. Jeweler, Newsdealer, and Fancy
Oootn, 720 i.nke-it.. corn.-r Lincoln.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
In Ihts column, three lines or lets, 2a cents oer in
sertion. Each additional line, 10 cent*.
A fiSIONEKK'B SALE—SEALED ntUPOSAI.S UN
JV ill March in next wlll;he received fur the pur*
cliaiv of (lie Muck of clothing. piece Roods. etc., and
ilxttircs. nt No. GUI South canal-st. and at .No. l;.i
South Clark-*:.. nufßiicd to me by Morris* Gold
schmidt. llldi may he for the atock of one or both
uovc«. input reserved to reject any or alt hid*. Ad
dress ISAAC MARKS, mi South ciark-at.
A GOOD PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY FOR PALE
cheap on account of 111-health. Address \\. HAS
TEN, FrceporLJll.
TM’lcic YARD FOR SALK CHEAP—ALL IN'RUN
Jj oink order. Imiulrcoi TOO Centre-tv. M. DOW
NEY. city. ,
I noli SALE-CATHOLIC BOOK AS'D SUPPLY
’ atore—sealed proposal, will he received by the
uadcrslcned until March IG. |S7i>. tor (he purchase of
the stork and future*of tbo hiislneMOf the late win
lam K. Sotilre, deceased, li located at So. 4TI West
Twelfth-si.. Ohicaku. adjoining the Jesuit Church,
with a hood city and country trade. Full particulars
on application. Illcht reserved to reject any orall
Lids. JOHN ADAMS. Executor
Fort BALK-~A RRSTAUHANT FITTKD UP IN' TlP
top style at a bargain. Address.] U. lowadty.la.,
r.-o. not 3*a.
IJOU BALK—AN «U)-K.STAUUSHHD .IKWRLUV
? store and manufactory, now doing good business;
will tnkc part_iccurc<t paper. Address 2 40, Tribune.
|?OU BALK—BAI.OON ANI> FIXTURES IS JIKST
r local loti In Chicago; dirt clicap It taicen at once.
0 31. Tribune ofiSuc.
I?OR SALK—AN UN'UIVIUKU IIALF’INTKRKST IN
1 the Pictures of (he Civil War, now on exhibition at
the Armory of Urn First Regiment. Address o 40,Trio*
unc odlctn*
HOTEL FOR SaLEMJAPITAL CITV HOTEL AT
Dei ilolnrs. Tbree-ilory brick IxilMlntct tecum*
mutlatlon for SW» gusil*: with or without furniture.
Wilt lake part liar in olliur property. Address U. U.
OIOViG, Dcs Moines, It.
rpo UK DISPOSED OK BEFORE MAT 1. THE
1 good-will. tlxim-ex. and lease of tlie well-known
storage and coinmbslou business at Iflu West Monroe*
at. (formerly Harris A Co.), together with my interest
In all goods now In warehouse. Tills ja a Rood rtinnco
to the right parly with the cash. For full particulars
call on proprietor, J. I’AItKHOUsC, too west Mon*
roe*»l.
BARGAINS IS "SKCONIHIASD CARRIAGES,
consist lue In part of Due four* passenger square box.
uutoo. elllptlo spring-wagon: One (op. square Ihix,
elliptic spring buggy, own makes good phaeton. Slidt
three light four-passenger curtain rockaways, nearly
news extension-top cabriolet, express wagon, Califor
nia buggy, and others. Also one of J. It. DrewiterA
Co.’s iJcml-Laiulaus." patented: carriage size of
Brougham, that can be opened and closed on street:
used out few times; la a perfect vehicle, and sold for
about half cost. , , , , . ,
our stuck of now business and pleasure buggies,
phaetons, and carriages Is large, well aborted. Attest
mulHr. and reasonable prices. An Inspection respect*
fully solicited. I'ENNUYER & 00.. 3tW to UW
Wahuh-nv.
|?OR SAI-K-ie MOUSES. KIT Full ALL USE? WAR*
i’ muted sound. and one week’s (rial given: ail kludt
of carriages, count'*, Dlijetoni.Jtimp-seata, sldc-lmr,
top mid uueii buggies: A largo assortment of new and
sucmitHiand grocery wagons: all kinds of harness, new
mill second-hand: blankets. roller, and whins: Imnci
nndwoKons to let by the day or week, cheap: money
advanced: will sell on monthly payments or exchange.
Como and see the largest auorum'nt In the city, amt
the cheapest. It. O. WALKER, a-tiund CM Htate-it.
I?CR HALH-TWO OR THREE (1000 HORSE*. AC*
L 1 I’ltswmcd to tho city: sold only for want of use.
Alio, two single wagons. and two single wagons with
tups, stiltnlilc for grocers or markets. D. 1). MALLU*
ItY (t CO., t»* Wot Itandotph-at.
WASTED—A HORSR. IHfOOY, AND HARNESS
V> hy a gentleman living Ina suburban townjwlll
keen fur occasional uses lua good haru and posture.
Addrcaa A A U. Tribune olllce.
TO BKTK FARM HARNESS. NEARLY NEW. 7
Hr aot* express hnmeat. s set huinty harness: all am
flrst-cloat. and mu»t tie told lids week tend pay. Ad*
dress H. C. WALKER. C-tu Btate-st.
VtIICNALLi
F" OR SALE-CAN WE GET AN OFFER FOR ANY OF
the lohowiiiggoo-lai’ Cigar Hgure, tnortlre ma
chine. mtire-saw. steam-pump, heater, wrought-lron
kutiles. vinegar generator*. Ml Ivory pool-balls, furni
ture. scavanger. lumber, and heavy Imu-axie wagons,
phaetons, and two-iested wagons, 100 West Monroe.
r/Oli RALE—SALOON FIXTURES. WITH LARGE
X 1 Ice-box, cheap for cash. e:Ct East Van Uurm*st.
«7im“ HALE-STOCK AND, FIXTURES" OF A
1' whnlcssle oyster and H»li houso: will Inventory
about *MO: a goigl opening fur (be right nun. Address
1(51. Tribune QUce.
B'Ofl BALR—CIIKAP-W NEW VOUII SIAKK DUT
iL'rOrkln*. Inquire otu. V>. JU aN, mm Mllwau
koo-»v.
I Wit SALK—TO”I’AI’Rit MAKKKS-HO HALKS OP
’ brown piper at Bouib Bldo ratf>Louiu. luoswUMJ
faOUtfe 81110-11. _
|?OKt)ALH*-A COMPLETE FILE OFTHK CHICAUO
L< Tfltnmn fur l»7B. chop. Addrcjn.l. 1... Trll>_»ULe?_
i/ost.a'w piouwp*
r OST--VIUI»AV ArrKKSOOS. hr.TWEKN'A»A»IB
Lj and 1 broon-ila. anti Flni Congmralluual Church.a
llnrn cult with our* ami pearl buuon la U. A»r«ud
OndUigllwlllbe rewarded by leaving it at 4IU Weil
Adaim-it.
TOST-AT OU KKAII PLYMOUTH CIIUUCH.
1j int evening, a gold bracelet. If the Dialer will
addrciall. I*., Palmer Home, Iticy will cwnvera favor
ou the lover.
I 0»r-aUSUAVKVBNIKU.C«U.\l. H(SA»F-IIKA1».
Ij I'lcaia rctura tolCaom J, liH Ktudulph-n., *nUre
cclvo reward.
ofIIAVKI>->ltOM TUB UNION BTOCK*YAMDS,
O buodar. Feb. Id. a bay mire alioui lb band* hluli
and about 7 yean ,old. A iiillaole reward will be paid
lor her recovery. Addreu Z Tribune office.
(C*<7tk>VAUlf-F«U TUK liETUiIN I)F A I.OCkKP
<C)O with monogram W. 1). Apply at otflcoof Matte*
ion Haul. .
INSTBUUri OIV.
A" VOUSO LAI)V WOnLl) TKACII A FHWCIIIL-
Jruu at tbclr home three day* in the week: lenoi
rca*ouanle._Addrma o 47. ‘I rluuoe office.
AH ACCOM I'ISUKIT" TKACIIKU OF FAbillON-
A able round daneei will Rive private Icuouaat Boc
each. AdarcaaObd. Tribune office.
T« ' liUANU.
JO riXiiS I;**t wxioii kkkt
I eouib tront. on Adami-it.. belwccn t.lirk and
Dearborn; tne Onl live yean, i-W per vaxwi,
which are now »wur alter ttvu year*. 0 nor cent on
valuation. Thlila a good Place for a bnllulng lo rent.
Afler Wycara we wlllhuv the building on an appralied
value. Lot la right oppoiKu now cuitum-Houie and In
heart of city. 1. 11. WIVD. Koom 7. 17n Mauiaou-»t.
CANT OFF NL#
riASII
Cy OKLUKU'S, Ml btaie*»t. orden by mall prompt
ly aUeuded to.
htouage.
T edi auvanccimade, 10 fc yeart money loaned lowcit
Attain iwdvacßrliiwUiioditenmal. UP! Vf.Uouroe,
CITV ItHAL ESTATE*
In this column, three lines or less, »t cents per fn
semen. Each additional Hn*. to cents.
IJOR RALE—TUB FOLLOWING PROPERTY, RR*
I longing to an Eastern party, win m sold at about
oirMialf hi ▼•ln**, on terms in atilt; ;
t i,!V«-:i*itory brink l3*rnnm house. TtH Fulton-st.
ti -jtis-.rstory brick. with all modern improve
m-mu. imu wm Adam«-«t.
*LQOQ-Flne 3-atnry brick, 43* Irvlng-ptare.
f -i.«(orr msrhle-fronr. *T,i Wc»t Adams-st.
fi.tno-l-siorr brick. rji south Jeflcrmn-st,
jl. ***._,Titorv marble-front, with all modern Im
provements, HW Pratrle*a». . „.
fT'it t*-K\etsni tnarhle-front, 1143 Mlcblgan-ar.
*2,v«-3>Mnrr frame, with modern Improvement*,
I*3T hlrty-srrond*it.
jj.fy»»-;i.*iory brlrk. odd West Po(k*sf.
flioper loot. aouth front, Warren-ar.. near Pkull-
Alsowanted lo purchase 3 (rood frame houses, to
move, near Union Park.! , . „
Inquire of JOHN A. BARTLETT.
Room 33. ici Washmgton-«t._
I7ott ■«At,k-nRsiV»RS*ijK property at very
V tow price*. Note these oners: A
Two-sturr house and lot, No. 31H Maxwell-at*« near
Jefferson. ft.kio. Vacant lot adjoining B**o.
rpumfeeton Warrcn-av., near nubeyst., • <»*
font.
( our lota. each 35x120, on Van Buren-it., cut of
Hoyne. tnoafont. _ .
fpiiht.', feet, corner Wa*hlnglon-ar. and LnlonPark
piarc. handsome shade-trees, aouth and east front*,
onirft.avi. . ,
Two lot*. each 3*.x >■'•>> feet, on Ccntre*ar., north of
Jarkson-sl.. s|(«>a fool.
usxlvufcel. southeast corner of Jackson and Paulina*
Ita, f),O00.
rmYANJ.ATHROP. 01 l)eatlKim-U._
I?01t SALE—FINEST PROPERTY'’ FOR hrsi
-4 deners or French rtais In (.hlnauo. fronting Pear*
horn and Nnrth-avs., and adjoining main entrance lo
Lincoln Park. All street couneetimia made, a lew
lota(Jtmertdi , cp»*l»l.33 and ft..viper (root foots
free of hark assessment No ruch chance will occur
again. Tcrmaeaay. WM. C. REYNOLDS (owneri, w»
I'earboro-il., Unomß.
T3OR SALK-AT t»uxn TIIK ARCAPR RLOCh.
i. No*, ins and tu>t Clark**!., near Madhun. Ihe
store It 40xiJ.Mo al!«*r. with arcade oo the touils. Are
•inrlrt hlirh. with Inuementt coat filsOui, and the lot
Is worth fjro.o»*. Will command arent miwof f utfro.
and when Chieseo wakei npaxdin Sl3.l***. Title per
fect. Now till* means buslm i*. fur this vmuhle prop
erty must be aoid. Call and esamlnn H Immediately If
you want a bargain. K. 11. CUM3IINGS. olhte |Q store
So. |M Cl«rk*»t.
H’OB HALB-t&AOO WILL "PURCHASE RLRGANT
I 1 marble (runt house. 3M Aahland-av. t all modern
Improvement*. *'>.wx) rnjrble Pont house, 3“5 Wc«
Jackiosi**!. Atmve prices are m«cn under values. In
quire at !33Pearhoru at., fit bank. -
IJOtI'sALE-»A*FIRST-CLASS AND
I 1 basement brick smre on Mlchtßan-av. and Twenty
accond-at. aiaaatrince, a« the owner is uolnjr to leave
the city. Inquire of JACUU Wlill. ifi Wasbruuton-at.
1?0K SALE—I IIAVB SEVRUAI, GOOD ItAItGAINS
’ m atoue*front resldcucca In choice locations on
v West Hide, with parlor*, dlnlnc-roomi. and kitchen on
main floor. If. PuTWIN, i»3 wa«iiihtcibn*>t-
FOII BALk-«.V»H »3-UOOM~ FRAME DWELLING
and lot 00x123, north front on Hftlrth-at., Juat
westot Stewart-av.: this house ton f2.uo live years
not wo burned 11,000 on Hie property and took It on
the mortgages will sell the whole mini for f.V*» ca*h:
Slete abstractor title. T. 11. HOTD, Room?, 179
wu-at._
F'OU ~SALE—INDIANA*AY.. NEAR THIRTY*
nril-st.. house and 50-loot lot. east front, for
f3.50J. SIATbUN KILL. b 7 Waahlogtob-st.
SALE—IN DIANA-A V.. ~ NEAR /TWENTY
-1; nlnth-st., large house and 50-fool lot, 17,000.
MAT.VJN KILL, w? WMlilugtoa-sU
I.'Oll SAL H—MILTIIGAN • A V.. VICINITY OF
1’ Twenty-ser*md-at.,<-Btory marble front very, very
cheap. MATRON HILL. 07 WaaUlntfton-at.
hCKIUD.iNBEAIiEhTATE.
you 8 NEAUCiir LIMITS,
r on the line or the.M. h. and C. Alt, I. Railroads.-a
c»od iooutluu for insnufauturlnc purpose*, and » good
Investment si the price, S. .1. GLOVER, 170 Washing,
ton-at.. Room I.
L’OR SALK—YOU CAN HUY HOUSES AT JUKI*
r dule. all ready to go into, for Just wlmi you are
throwing away In rent—and the very best lots, without
a dollar, to Improve. (>■ .1. BIoUUH. I2d Dearbom-it.
COUNTRY REAL K STATIC-
i;oR HALE-11.Wl-SI.WJ lIOWS, HALANCK 7
i. pereem one year—l his Is an K*>-acre farm. 100
acres under fence and hi acre* under 11 jw. framed
dwelllnß of 7 rooms, barns, sheds, corn-cribs, etc. j
land Is me best rolling prairie. 7 miles trum Sloan,
U oodoury Countr. la. This U certainly a bargain.
ga.ww—ism-acre farm, iiuusts. barns, fences, water,
etc.: I3'i acres under phiw; 2 miles from depot In
Adams comity, la. Terms, li.ixxi down, balance on
Lto’acrc farm, all under post and boartl fence tod un
der plow, splendid framed dwelling, M rooms, good
baru, orchard, etc., in miles west of Court-House la
Chicago, rids will be sold at a bargain.
I ksOu— 17-acre farm, 12 miles from Chtcagu.2 blocks
from depot at I'ai k Ridge, coos County. IU.. good
house, orchards, all under cultivation! His turner
drained, and Is llrst class property. I . H. HOVD.
Room?. ITU Mndlson-st.
I 'OR SALE-12.nn0--IfJUJ DOWN. HALANCK LAM'
1 payment*: tuts fa a good HO-scru farm: yo acres
under fence and plow: new framed dwelling: no acres
prairie. U» acres good timber: him*, cribs, water, and
good orchard: this farm Is ouly i<u miles south of Cbl*
ctg i. and & miles from drool. If you want a nice piece
01 land here It ts. T. H. UOYD, Room 7. 170 Madl
auu-sl.
I.n»U fIALK-A FARM IN McLEAN COUNTY AT A
1; bargain: good house and orchard; terms to suit.
Address M. W. MANNING. SOU Mndisu»-at.
HNANtiiAL.
Advances made t»N diamonds, watches,
bouas. etc., at LAUNDERS’ private office, 120 Kan*
dolph-sL.nearCUrk. Rootnihandu. Established Kit.
"a NV SUM TO LOAN ON' FURNITURE, I’IANOSi
iV etc., without removal; and on all good sccurl
tics. Room 11. iij Dearborn-n.
ANY AMOUNT TO loan ON FURNITURE AND
piano* without removal, isi lUmlolpli-sc. Ruuin 4.
V NY SUM TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS.
A etc., (without removal), warehouse rrentpu. and
other good collateral. 184 Draruoru-at.. itouuiu,
iTEXPERIENCKD MIS Kit WITH SOME .MOSKV
wauls a capitalist to Invest a few hundred dollar*
to link a shaft at Lcadvilte. Reference. Addreta O
41. Tribune office.
rtAbll PAID Poll OUJ OULU AND HILVKK
V.j Money to loan on watches, diamond). a id valuables
of every description at GOLD ID'S Loan aud iiullloii
Office (licensed). bt) bast Madlioo-st. Established l«dL_
T~OA NS—M ADE~ 6 N FURMTUffE, PI ANOS, ETC.,
ij without removal; also on other Rood sccurltlc*.
ir»2 Uearhorn-si. Room ih. _
AIONKV TO LOAN IN SUMS TO SUIT AT U PKU
i>J cent per annum, on city, village, and farm proper*
tr. byThtU. 8. HoincJi Dower Association of Penn
sylvania. Forparticulars, apply to LIVINGSTON 4t
CO.. Managers. 170 Laballc-at.
AIOSKV TO LOAN ON CIII'CADO lIKAL ESTATE,
ill at low rates of Interest. ADOLPH LOhU A
BROTHER. lay aud 111 l Laßalle-st.
MOSKV TO LOAN—tfiOO, ei.OUO. »i.ww. sluo.
Si wo. and s:>.<ut, on Improved city real estate.
DAVib AWALKKIt. Md Dcari)orn*»t.
Money to loan on improved city heal
estate at current rates. CHASE k ADAMS, gu
Bryan Block.
XTICKKLS AND PENNIES CAN BE HAD IN EX
1> change for currency at tbo counting-room of the
Tribune;
OILVKH -5 AND 50 CENT PIECES IN PACKAGES
O uf 8l» In exchange for currency at counting-room
of Tribune Cautpany.
rpo LOAN—MOSKV ON HAND—IN SUMS OF 8-V(W,
L Aio.oui. tndfJiUJOO, nt 7 and 9 percent; no delay.
MATSON HILL. 07 Wasillngton-st.
VUANTED-A LOAN OF M.ou) FOR TWO YEARS;
\y security good. Address P KS, Trihuuc office.
<f»i)/w \ To"Bi.i wTto’LO AN AT LOW HATES ON
Chicago real estate. :ior 5 years. 11. M.
bIIKItWOOD, IIMJIP7, 70Mate*it.
HI W\ TO LOAN ON IMPROVED FARMS
and city improved, at m percent In
lore at. W. P. DICKINSON, uuand lot Washlngum-st.
db/TH (Hill'to LOAN IN BUMS'TO SUIT ON
♦3l>t)U*wUL/ eliy real estate and fanus lu Illinois.
PETERSON A RAY. 10H Uandululi.it.
TO ItBNT-IU)i<NE.S.
West Slflo*
rpO RENT-CHEAP, a-KTORY U-ROOM HOUSE. 803
1 Walnul-it. Pos&uiiton March 1. Inquire of HANDY
A CO.. b 4 Washlngton-it.
TOULNT-nOOMS.
South Sldof
fpO RENT—NICELY* FURNISH ED ROOMS. APPLY
x acjlbEasillaudolph-sl., Room ao. .
fpO HBNT-a”Hlfll ROOMS." COMPLBTELy’FUR
-1 nlshed for liousekcsplng. separata or together; also
other room*. If wauled. 413 Mlchlgan-av. •
Weal Side*
rpo rent-srconU FLOOR IN BRICK HOUSE,
1 very dcslruhte. etery couvcnlenre: locniloii the
best; only half block from cart, dri West Adaiut-st.
'lO HIiNT-STOKES, OFFICES,*^
Store**
rno RKST-STATB-ST. STORKS NOS. uHfl ANDSfII.
I. with bsiomonts. well ilslui-dialso several very de
•ltnbtu lull* lu same locamy. well aullcd for icwlng
machine ImtineM or light manufacturing purpose*.
PIEIU-E Auli i UK I', Kcal Estate aud Railing Agency,
titt Lsbsllu-sl.
Office**
r|H) ItP.NT-A FIRST-CLASS URICIC BUILDING OH
1 Mlchlgsn-av., neap Tweuty-aecund-sl., ■nllablofpp
a flr*i-cla*s saloon amt dlulng-room* up-sUlra; will la
routed lor tlirro years to a good party, imiulr* or
JACOO WEIL, W Washington**!.
■ ' ~__J>VANT El» TO BKJiTi ___ _
W~*~ANTKI»-TO RKNT—COTTAUKS AND ROOMS
for housekeeping lu alipsrUof the city fur ie
|{uuM U -|UnTIn6 AND UOAUDINO EXCHANGE,
K ROOM a TUIUUSK iiUILUINU.
WANTED— TH RENT—WE HAVE APPLICATIONS
from partle* unirlng to rent good residences.
Apply inCiiAS. J. ilAl-iES fcCu.. ao .\»liUod_muuk.
WA'STKD-TO RENT—PAItT”oK A~ LOWER ANp
.eiond flour lu warctiuuae in buafucat part of Uil
rago to handle paper flour aacka aud heavy papers. Ad
dUMt.UUKUsV A CLARK, I‘ltuburg. pa.
WASTKD-TO RKNT-A UAIIN—ACCOMJIOUA*
non for a or H hums aud several delivery wagom
ou Weavoldo. Addrca* 043. Tribune oflice.
JIISOELLANtOUS.
DESIRING TO REACH COUNTRY
readers can do so la the beat and cheapen manner
by uilng Kellogg* Lists. or some division. A. N. Kbc-
LOUU, 1U JackJou-ac. Chicago.
A GOODRICH. ATTORN BV-AT-LAW, 134DKAK
, bora-»U,Chicago. Advice free, lourteeii yeara
experience. ___
QUIET HOME FOR LADIES DIJKIXU WINFINB.
iiiunt; doctor lu com taut alteudauco; atrlctiy con
naeolUl and pilvaui. UoxjHM. Chicago._•
V> ÜBUMAT IS Nt POSITIVELY CURbD-VAN UU-
Aw rco*a Coui|>ound never fall*, eveiiln the worst
case*, bold by all druggists. Depot. U-tS Madlsoo-at.
SirANTEIi—A - FIRST-CLASS UARUBR CilAlßl
W'lioche.ier prifmi. Apnlyto JOHN TRADER..
Atlantic Hotel.
WANTBI>--.I6SKPinNK WISH. WHO LIVED AT
SiWSlaic-ai. lu IS7S. will learni wimelLfng to her
advantage by calling at Room 33. 171 LaS*Uc-at.< at
once. »
ISOlisfllOLDGOOpg*
"li SV-TIIK UNION FURNITURE
.-\ iu. •ui t. i-*i .uaillaon-at.,sells all kinds of house
hold uoodt ou partial payiuonuj low prlccn easy lornu.
WANTEP-MAtE HELP. v
In this column, three linn or leu, at cenlt pef frt
triton. Each additional line, 10 cents.
flookltcoDcrß* Glcrkw* &e#
Wantrd-a ooon smart siiippino-clrrk»
>» Rond penmaui German and Ebshalit married.
0 37, tribuneo(ll>‘e.
ANTED—A PIRST-CLAR3 BOOKKREPRR FOB
tv a who Wale housat none but a practical man
icedapplvt stat*-reference* and salary expected. •»
■one iitri'-n will receive attention. Addreaa G 80,
i rlintnu utiicc.
Triuics*
WANTEP-n OOOP MRS TO WORK C»?f RRWINO*
machine auiuh.r.enti at Wilson Sewlng*M**
cnine Company, Grand Crossing.
WANTED-AGOOPCOAT-MAKKRTO GOINTfIB
the country. Call to-day between 10 aodli at
field, iiKNKPICTfcCO.. Wabaili-av., corner Mad*
lson**t.
\\T ANTKD-FIiIS t•C L A S s"pYRR ANDFI NISI IE ft
»» for woolen milt. KINSEY, JONES A CUU., 300
uuuroe-at.
WANTRD-*A JOB PRINTER A‘ND~PRkfis‘Duf7
3<MLa»alle*it.. Room 34,
*\VANTRIM CAUPF.STRUS THAT CAS BUILT>
*i a*w*tahlca and act toacblnca. Apply at once at
847 West Laice-at.
inisccllanconß*
nrASTRn-OKNTLr.MEV AND PAPTRS TO BKU.
ii thu new waterproof celluloid cutun and cutfai
no more Uundrr blllai when aoded apomre them oil and
wine them, and they are ready to put out they are the
li«Rt*»ciiluf artldci eiunit one sale make* a duxen In
theftame huwi. avure, eve. Call early and avoid the
rush. c. M. hIMNOTON, 43 and 47 Jackaoiiit., Chi*
e«Ku. '
WASTED AORNT FOR “A TOUR OP ST.
Lou I«, orthalntlde Life of a Great city,*' w.O
ragei. mo engravings, bound In Rltt clotht retail* for
f 1.60; a tony will be »cnt prepaid tor 73 cental circular
free. Addrta* A. J. CUAWPUUG, 315 Locu»l*ai.i‘St.
Louis. Mu.
WANT ED—MARCH*I. BY CHICAGO IMPOHBRIf,
tea aaents everywhere lo families! stamp lor fine
territory and secret*, b. it, KKN.NKBV, I’ltUburg.
WANTED— A GOOD MAS FUR EVERY STATE TO
sell onr poods Jir snmPlct fair salary paid. LA
DKLI.K MA.sV’O OtIMPAN V, OlClark-sL. Chicago*
It^ASTEII—A MIPPLIi-AOHP uitNTLKMA2#OW
»» good education lor a position requiring close at
lenllou six huuradally: liberal pay to a desirable man.
Send particulars. Ou4, Tribune ofllce.
WASTKP-A FEW SOLICITORS OF ABILITY; NO
peddling s something new In the way ot business.
O 33, Tttbuue oltlce.
\\7ANTRD-FO»'OFFTcE WORK BY A JOBBING
* V house a boy about 13 years of sget must bo a good
penman. Address u 49. Tribune utdce. Klvlogfull
name and residence.
WANTED— AN EXPERIENCED HARDWARE
packer; must bo well rccommendedt no other
need apply. Addrcn 0 32. Tribune office. -
WANTED— AO ENTR—TO SELL* ROODS THAT
have no competition. Special agent wanted for
Milwaukee, *7 \Va*hlngtou-at.. Room 0. *
WANTED— ENKROBTIc”mEN OF GOOD AD*
dreas can find employment in handling subscrip
tion books; rxclualve territory assigned. Call on
moskh warren, hxj state-st.
WANTED-IIEAD ‘waiters fiOOER YOUNG
Jf Hotel.
VVANTED-SKVERAL GENTLES-TeN OF~OUOD
v* personal address to sell a staple ankle in (he city:
llberni commission to the right parties; call between
3 and-ip. m, NEI.SuN, liw JacUaon-at.
WANTED—‘MEN TO' SELL FAST-SELLINQ
* v goods, suitable forcanvawlng. streetselling. etc.
AMERICAN NOVELTY UK. Itkl otate-st.
WANXED-FE.TIALEHELP.
Deincailcss
TTTANTED-A GOOD GERMAN GIRL FOR GEN
vv ersl homework: good wages will b« paid; must
be a good washer and Ironer. 575 East Division-*:.,
east of state.
WANTED-A GOOD TIDY GIRL IN A FAMILY
*V of three for general housework, at 3.'1 East Ohio.
WANTRD-A GIRL TO‘DO~OENF,RAL HOUSE*
*V work In a private family. las East Jackaun-st.,
two doors east of Clark, opposite new Government
Building.
WANTED-A NEAT GOOD GIRL TO DO GEN
cml housework, two l» family, at once. DER
RY'S. 241 Meat Madlion-st.
WTANTED—SWEDE. GERMAN. OR NORWEGIAN
r» for general housework; must be No. l cook,
washer ana Ironer, and willing to do everything about
home: wages M. Apply Immediately at oai calumet.
SITUATIONS WAIVTED—MALE#
Bookkeepers* Clerks* dec*
QITUATION WANTED—MARCH 1, A 8 BOOK*
O keeper or assistant, by a young man who (a a thor*
ouch and experienced accountant: has had some ox*
pcrlencß In a Hoard of Trade commission house. O 33,
Tribune odlce,
SITUATION WANTED—IN A GROCERY BY A
young man of ten years* experience: good pennant
speaks English, French, and German. Address 0 43,
Tribune office. >
SITUATION WANTED—BY MEMBER OF HOARD
of Trade, experienced In details ot such work: also
familiar with bookkeeping. Address O -11, Trib
une office. ■
QITUATION WANT Ell-ACCOUNT HOOKS OPEN*
O cd. closed, or examined, accounts adjusted, post*
log. etc., attended to day time or evening*, by an ex
pert. Address A. BRASHER. Room 13. m Washing*
ton-at.
iTuaca*
QITUATION WANTED-TOTAILORS-BTAFIRST-
O class cutter. Address WATEitUURV. southwest
corner Madison nod DuorPoru-ita., Chicago.
Bllaccllaneoua*
QITUATION WANTKD—TO GAS COMPANIES—AS
O superintendent, byapartyof long experience, with
Lest n( reference*, or will negotiate fur (easo of small
works for tern: of years. Andress 1* 77. Tribune.
iXSTVArrrED-FEIIIALE.
SITUATH
Domestic**
(SITUATION WANTEI>—I AM DUBARINO UP
O housekeeping) any person wanting Rood girl for
housework Inquire at4lb West Muuroe-at. .
(SITUATION WANTKD-BVA RESPECTABLE OIHL
O as cook, washer, und Irouerlu a private famllyi
best or references from last place. Call fur two days at
luntfUiitturtleld-ii.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A GOOD OIHL TO DC
general housework; Is wllllmr and nut afraid u
work. Callai )Kl Miller-si., In the rear.
CITUATION WANTKI>—UV A COMPETENT OIRL
O to do general housework In a small family t will give
reference. Address o as, Trluuuc office.
nuraea*
SITUATION WASTED—Ati LADY’S NURSE; BEST
references glveu. tall or address Mrs. >L CLARE,
a Uruveland-courL .
Employmem Agencies*
OITDATIONS WASTED—FAMILIES IN NEED OP
O good bcandluavlaii or German female help can ho
auppnadatU. DUsKE’S office, luSMllwaukee-ar.
JllUcelluucoufe
IJITUATION WAXTED-UY A FOUND LADY OP
O careful habits aud pleasing address; Is willing to
work at A moderate sulary._ Address u 4U, Tribune.
SITUATION WaNTKD-BV'A YOUNG AMBRI*
O can lady as teacherbrgoverness; lit competent
Instructor ana music teacher. Address It 7U. Tribune.
iIOAKPING AND ioDUINO.

111 SOUTH BANOAMON-ST.—FRONT ROOM.
14 nicely furnished, with board, for twot terms
moderate.
*1 7»> ADAMS-ST.. .IKPFKHHON PARK-NICELY.
"It 4 turulihcd front room with board; alio, single
routm private familyt reference* required; house uaa
modem innituvemeau,
Nortlt Side*
r AND 7 NORTH CLARK-BT. FIRST-CLAST
O beard, tt (o SO per week, with use of plauo ant
bath; day board. *».50.
017 ILLINOIB-BT.—FIRST* CLASS BOARD.
4lt with rooms, S4to <5 per weeks five minuter
walk from Htato aud Modlaou-su.
•\riUINITV "of LINCOLN PARK-A SMALL PHI
\ vate family, occupying an octagon stone dwelling,
will take n geiiilcmaa and wife or two gem* to board;
front rooms, with use of bsth. It SB. Tribune office.
noteu*
Avenue iioosf.-elkoantlt furnished
rooms, with or without board. Persons deslrou*
to economise should examine our original plan.
nVAUBWCB" HOUHE-IU) \VkLL FUUNIdiIEO
V> rooms-Nos. aoi, aw. .TsS.anda.WßtA(e'it.,ruur
blnckssouth of the Palmer lluuse.. board aud room,
per day. »LSO ui $3; per week, gd togia Also far
uislted rooms to rent without board. _•
English house. sTeast wabhinoton-st.-
bluglo warm rooms, g4.M) to $d her week. Iwen
ty.oiie meal-tickets, td.ftti. TruniicnM. 81 nerday.
H ASTINUS IIOIIbK. 111 AND IS HAST ADAMS-ST.—
Weil-funilshedrouin*. with board. from S 3 le 97
per weeks day-board, St per week.
xTeVADA iiofKU u« AND |3O WABASH-AV.,
X y near Monroe-st-—Good room* ami board.*l, 51.33,
51.60 l>er dayi a liberal reduction lo weekly boaroan.
(JANUS IIUUB3, CORNER WAUASH-AV. AND
l 5 Madlton-at.—Permanent board at very low rates,
TnnaieuuSd.uiberday. Im board S 3. Como and tea.
UOAItO WAATKU.
UOARD-l WANT lIOAKU IN A MUSICAL FAM
i> ny. tmtef IVorla and south of Mouroo-»ta.i uiuaC
bavo an early breskfssl. good Hindi, and 0 o'clock dm
tier. For thews accommodation* I will pay $33 a mouth,
■cinl-inoulhlyi no advance; but beat of refereucut
ataui location aud O 3U, Tribune otflea.
IXIARD-A'OKNTLEMAN DESIREE lIOOU AND
J> board lo*private Jewish family, Raferwcca ea
changed. Address u 60. 'I rlbune utlfce.
AKUIIIOjuU
ALWAVB OS HAND
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
OUUANH
IN THE NORTQTnCat*
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS MAKES.
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEAiU.
IN CASES ADAPTED TO
THE CHURCH,
THE LODGE,
TUE bCUUUL,
TUK I’AULim.
THE CoNCEItT-ROOM. „ , .
Illuitrated catalogue sent
Corner State and Adsimiu.
won SALK- *2OO U U vs"E LEO AN T F i RST- CL AS3
I’ new piano; inomhly ptyaieulaof Sidi takeni live
year*' legal warranty glvtic. luquirjj^MiUlUuola^»U^
PAU TN E RSW ANTED.
I the palullnga of tho Civil War, now
the Armory of the P Im Ucgtmeuu__Odb._j£lhuH£^^
O id. Tribune utllcfe
bIhVIAU iUAOiIIIVLS.
SAL E—ONEARLY NEW DROP-LEAF
A 1 bluacri alao one folding-top for ono-lhlrd valuat
attacbmcut*.^«23_Weit_Jaugionjit^ >tMM^^wMM|><^^^
AGENTS
TgENTS WANTED-FOU THE WATER-PROOF
A over-cuff; lady or gent omen canvassers can make
from S 3 to din a Jay; iclU very rapidly. Caßuga
iladuon-aUt Room I. W. T. UAiIUO.SD U CO. ,
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