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THE courts.
. Lvdia Chandler Fails in Her
"" Suit.
...inn, by the Appellate Court—The
h. o. Walker Estate.
M t j, c |icr Correct In Their Dcflnl-'
*** (|on of Torchon Lnccs.
. Venerable Tax Oaeea—Heoord of
Judgments, Now Suits, Etc.
. Famoll yesterday moraine (tedded tho
itaorier to dm 1)111 ln tl,u oopamta snamltv
’“f. t M o Kitn CIIANDI,™ TS. WIT.I.UM W.
lt on os I-*"- cnAKUI^„,
_ 01l important question ffns whellicr tlm
*flfkind of action was inalntainoblo when
*.doil cruelty was charged. Airs. Chandler
among oilier things, that her husband
tatanner years had boon guilty of adultery,
** I that she was under no obligation to live
»h him si her husband, after having dlscov
inch criminal conduct on his part, nml that
'Strlhe statute of 1877, providing for separate
ttoleoancc, and that married women who,
®. boal their fault, live separate from their Ims-
JVj. roo y be allowed tt reasonable support,
Wu entitled to such support, ami could not
hadcprlvetl of that right by her husband’s offer-
Sriolire with her, and treat her In the future
{fill respects properly.
fteJudge said the rpicstfon was by no means
iwe from doubt and difficulty. Many of the ou
tborltles cited by tho counsel wcro eases arising
there Iho law of divorce was quite different
Iromvbalit was in this Slate. In England,
Mill recently, divorces were not granted from
tbe toads ofmntrimony. but only from bed and
The question must bo decided on prin
rtik rather than on authority. Marriage cou
imputed that the parlies should live together
od not |[separate, and If for any rea
ga they were justified In living
• g juste, such jtf* course must bo
illond, not as In furtherance of the objects
ofosniige, but as an excuse for the non-per
lertaiDCeof the ranrilal duties. If n husband
tupifltyof an offense which gave his wife the
lijh; to obtain a divorce, sno was under no
cftgitlon to continue to live with him or to
tait him as her husband afterward; neither was
obliged to obtain a divorce. If she left him
ittldid not proceed forndjvorcc, It was proh
ibit that wonhl not be considered as desertion
> abrrp&rt'which, if continued two years, would
(stitle her husband to a divorce, because Iho
renpUlnant in such an action must not be guilty
d conduct on his own part which would entitle
ibt other party to a divorce. Hut if she
Idl Her husband and refused to live
fltb him on account of his past conduct nml
mud account of his conduct when she* left
tin,-la oilier words, II she refused to forgive
urput offense, no matter how* repentant ho
stebt be, and how unexceptionable In his con
doctitprcsent, she could not have under the
proem statute a separate maintenance. It she
idsied to forgive her husband the law gave her
iDorecxtcnslvo remedy than separate main
imnce.-lt gave her a right to a divorce, with
iMt to alimony.
Toe proceeding for separate maintenance was
banded on the Idea that she desired to live with
k»rhusband, and not apart from him, mid that
the reason why sbn does not live with him was
hi present wrongful conduct, and that if he
ibould reform nml treat ber In oil
respects properly, she would re
turn. But if the Injured *■ wife
refused lo forgive, and Insisted On leaving, never.
ionium, she then divorced herself, as fur as
berovo act c ould do It, from her husband, and
(be was catftlra to have the aid of a Court to
nri her a legal divorce which should forever
write them. If, however, she did not choose
todo that, but insisted on maintaining the posi-
Uoa of & married woman without any Intention
htorlherdlit'hnrgc the duties of married life,
allbough her husoand might not be allowed to
nmplilnof it, Inasmuch as ho was a party in
fault, yet there was no reason why the courts
ibould aid her In maintaining such an equivocal
ttutlon. lu (he present Instance Mrs. Chandler
Id nld she did not want a divorce, because she
id not wish fu place her husband iu a position
■btre he could marry again. The rights which
tbe law might give to a divorced husband to
Dirty again need not affect the conscience ot a
»Ueapplying for a divorce. If she obtained a
ditorce. it was for criminal conduct on the part
olurr husband. If the law allowed him after
Ms divorce to marry again, that was
Bulbing for which she was responsible.
If iho husband was ready and willing
w PTC his wife a proper homo nml
wbport, her right to a ecpardtu maintenance
tu gone. But a mure offer was not sufficient,
ms Court would examine to see whether
offer was la good fnth. As far, therefore,
«lh« bill was opon to the obovo criticisms, the
ieourrer would he sustained.
ho order, however, was mas made lo the ease.
TUB APPELLATE COURT.
Three oplnloni were filed yesterday lo the
Appellate Court by Judge Murphy. Tho first
•n ine case ot Lewis A. Brown vs. Fred Krayel,
™™S°nlr a question ot fact. The Judge
tniUlic cmence did not support tho verdict,
“a reversed and remanded the case.
TUB M. O. WALKER ESTATE.
Tlie care of Walker vs. Walker wus a bill filed
dt Mk. Martha A. Walker, widow of Martin O.
ntlker, against Samuel O. Walker and others,
Jj! her dower In her husband's estate,
me Court below awarded her dower in several
C!!« TOrty. among others Lota 10 to 21,
kdoJlrc, Block 9, of Fort Dearborn Addition.
I m ®hilou«:is reported that Urn property,
could not he subdivided, and a Jury was called
rla n . 1,1e J ea ' , ly value of the widow’s
they ret urned the following verdict:
s n «J urj w nu * or the plaintiff os her annual
if«i r wln tio ?^ OTO ' de,,c, ‘ , hcd Property the sum
sWi.l whject lo the foHowlng provision:
JSSBo-rallcd Tucker. Brown & Co.
iLrSV* B m* ! ml(l kgul «nd a lieu on the
wvjMjtwribed property, then we Hud no dower
j£j} Properly.” The Court then entered* o
“nee In favor of Mrs. Walker, llxlngher dower
JJJJjJJ * year * ~uy&blc Quarterly. The heirs
sald’tho suit was brought un
b:t «i.r. 41. of the Revised Statutes of
w».. . wu anpllcablo only when the prop-
Tii 10 Qow «r could not be divided.
Ttrfw m * ) , an3m » having elected to taku Hie
k 01 a ur >'. was bound thereby,
yi., i„ a , statutory action, and tlio
h?cftVii ke l‘, al a Ju f y ot law, was bind
ttf Prt.fJ* 1 p V.| ,ea wsstll vacated or set aside by
UrdN..... Jhc nuestUin then was whether the
lUtM Gie decree. The record showed
Irtutii,!;’ .' Ct,r * lor l, i« purpose, of securing
- ‘ to Tucker Bros. & Co*
Kl Lo lsml for 9UO,O(X). dated April 15,
UJiinin.. < l ,r ® ,n lae« In question, lo secures
I he Jury did not Intend to give
re ;,'Vulker except on condition
Intdfciil .? r . )h * * ineumbranco was
•>mßtr« rc ‘ ln \ B hd, hut they had no legal
Ur* U)ak hig such a verdict. Tiicy should
lleCnnH n ( « me Gcllulty sum uncoiHiltionaily..
Wldit* ~ lot have (ho question of the
WdceLni lb l ß Incumbrance before It, and
tfiiw ihn « D< w reuil «r such a decree as would,
K’.’. cuab, ° it to decree dower.
*udfJv,n 10 . have set the verdict aside aa
forte and for not doing so the
vtUidi,L,u «> u « below would bo reversed,
u *eumr^li? U3 J° ect Gie verdict aside, and give
Wlioi* 011 npporluuity to amend her
tf a l’ ,R question oi tho validity of
Bros. & Co. Incumbrance.
tbem .. VOSS VB. KOS9.
tt»tin iw. inpor * 8n * opinion of the three was
C. Fou v,* e l'sm tu maintenance ease of Mabel
w -*'“««• Mri. Jfo«s IlloU
fortoleriiifo, ll, at she was living separate
cruSt? )a,l ‘V without her fault, on account
M , k hig foradeerceoficparato
provision of the Separate
G V r . 187 t‘ during tho pendency
IklajQt-g f [ u July, 1878, ou motion of coin
-I*l hi* ’he Court ordered Foss to
allii L! 100 •jMcUors' fees and SSO a
!f** a b»him n f hcqdento llte. An appeal was
'fou ” , r mu this order. The question
'folUriKb., • Judge Murpbv said, as to
fhat both «i,n gave the Court power to
ff«enii !H lor| leM and alimony In u sep-
“Court BH,t * Tlio act provided that
I h) pru*«S?* KT , ttnt a,| owauco to enable the
her suit, us in coses of dl
?**•»»«: .MJ }r uyl*lon in regard to divorce
ttqni re Ml case* of divorce tlie Court
uju-,. husband lo pay to (he wife or
iQch iim I,cr * during Uie pendency of
i h«r to inf, u . n ? r BUmfi of money us may eu
htrf sun, Ilt, h> *>r deluud the suit, ami In
* U i M .,* ur UJvorce the wife, when
S}*d<!diouii*,L cqtUtublu, shall bo
, jULn vßJhuoujr during the pendency of the
the urnll B i bower and practice of tho
■'SS toa dyS 8 n? Vi? tvro classes of cases!
w 1 "brovilla . act gavo tho Court
Wsrnr? u *o wife with two dUtloct
w urrjiog ou the suit, the other
for her support. Those two fund* were distinct,
and, keeping that In mind, it wan manifest time
the Intention was that the Hennrnto Main*
tennnee act only should irlvo her funds for the
first ouenose.—to carry on her suit. It was tin
amblgudus, and would bear no larger Intsrprole
tlon. U was evident the only question In the
ease should not bo decided on nreliintnnry hear*
lug. and without evidence. Otherwise the ef
fect would ho (o grant (lie prayer of the hill on
a preliminary motion, and so lung ns such a
Male of facts existed the complainant could
ask nothing better. The burden of proof would
thus ho shifted to the defendant to endeavor to
relievo himself from n decree which 11 granted
at nit should only ho given after a full hearing.
This construction of the statute conduced to
good morals ami domestic peace. mid was in
conformity to all enlightened mid elevated pub
lic pulley. The amount of solicitors’ fees was
proper and just, as the Court had power to pass
ou the matter, but for the error above men
tioned the order of the Court below would bo
reversed mid the cose remanded.
Tint 1875 TAX CASKS.
Borne two years ago the First and Fifth No
tional Banks began anils In the Federal Court
against the city, to recover back some taxes col
lected an their capital stock fur 1875, which it
was claimed wcro made In violation of iho law
of uniformity. A stipulation was made as to
facts as follows:
Tho capital stock of the plaintiff Is $1,000,000.
divided into 10,000 shares of SIOO each, and that
said shaics of stock were otaced at iho valuation,.
and their value fixed for purposes of taxation for
tbe year IH7O by the Assessor of tbe Town of
South Chicago aforesaid, on tne assessment roll
for 187(1, at S2O pur share prior to the fourth Mon
day of June, 1870, and that said assessment mil
included all the sliarca of stock In the plaintiff,
and formed part of tbe property in Iho assessment
of that year, which was submitted on tho fourth
Monday nf .Tune, 1870, to tne Town Board of Un
view of the Town of Smith Chicago, consisting of
the Assessor and Supervisor of said town,
which mot on that day in accordance with Ere.
80 of Chap. 120 of Revised Statutes of 1874, for the
purpose of reviewing (ho assessment of property In
sain town, and that said Town board did nolchange
tin* valuation of said shares, nor was any complaint
made to them to do so. That the County board of
Conk County, at their mcotlngconvoncd on the sec
ond Monday of July, 1870. as liv law provided, raised
iho valuation of the shares of the capital stock of
the plaintiff $28.50 nor share, making thovnhm- -
tion of each share $34.50. instead of S2O, which
valuation wes subsequently raised by the Stale
board of Equalization 33 per cent, which made
said valuation stand at $84.47, instead of $44.03,
which would have been the valuation if 33 percent
had been added to the S2O nor share, os originally
fixed by (he Assessor, tbe 82E added by the County
Board being raised to $80.52 per share by the rais
ing of tho State board of all personal property In
Cook County 35 per cent for said Year, 1870. That
said increase by said County board was special
upon tho stock in plaintiff, and was not general
in said Town of South Chicago or said Cook
County.
The tax was extended on this $84.47 per
share. The taxes wcro thus increased sl4,3tH«
Hint being the amount of the taxes at 3.011)2
per cent on said Illegal addition. Of the above
amount of $14,801, the sum ot $0,510.41 la the
Illegal share or portion.
In the ease of the Fifth National Bank the
assessment was originally $B.l a share, but was
raised to SIO3, nml the illegal portion of tho
lax was $0,845.17.
Some eases involving tho same question wont
to tiiu State Supremo Court, and, In the mean
time, these suits lav Idle. The Supremo Court
recently decided this portion of the tax illegal,
ami yesterday the bank attorneys and the Cor
poration Counsel appeared iu court and con
sented that judgment should bo entered in
favor of tho banks for tho amount claimed to
be Illegal,
A NOVEL LAW POINT.
Frank Gntndcl* (lied a petition yesterday
against Robert C. Hamlll, Justice of tno Peace,
to compel him to enter a Judgment. The peti
tioner says that outlie S2d of October last be
recovered a verdict In forcible entry uml.detaln
ur against Charles Elchcubcrg, W. 11. Woods,
tmUJohnM. Oaks for the possession of Lot 19,
Block 65, In tho Canal Trustees’ Subdivision of
Bee. 7. 89,14. The Justice entered the verdict
In plaintilPs favor on his docket, but neglected
to enter on Ins docket a judgment against tho
defendants In accordance with tho verdict.. One
of lha defendants took an appeal, but it was dis
missed by Hie Circuit Court ou the
ground that no Judgment had been en
tered in the case from which au
appeal could bo taken. Since then, petitioner has
asked Justice Uamill to enter judgment on Ills
docket In accordance with the verdict of the
jury, hut the latter has refused, alleging Hint
he docs not know whether ho has any right goto
do after the day when the verdict was rendered.
Gmndels therefore asks that a writ of man
damus may bo issued against till Justice l 6
compel him to enter such Judgment nunc pro
tuuc, as ot Oct, 23,1878.
THH FULLSRTON-AVBNDB PUMPING STATION.
Last autumn the city passed an ordinance to
condemn about half an acre of land on thu
North Branch and Fullerton avenue for a pump
ing station os a place on which to erect* works
to force pure water Into thu North
Branch. Judge Rogers declared tbo ordi
nance void for uncertainty a short
time ago, and tho Council on the 17th Inst,
passed another morn ipcclllc ordinance for thu
same purpose, only raising the amount of land
to be condemned from a half to about three
quarters of an acre. Yesterday, in accordance
with this ordinance, a petition was Hied in Urn
Circuit Court to have this land condemned la
due form.
TORCHON LACES.
The case of Field, Loiter & Co. vs. William
Henry Smith, Collector of Customs, to recover
some duties alletted to have been overpaid on
Torchon laces, was concluded yesterday morn*
lug ami givou to the Jury. 'Hie Judge charged
that Torchon loco was o thread lace
made by blind on cushions with
bobbins, and the jury soon returned
with a verdict in favor ot the plaintiffs for the
amount claimed. The sum in controversy was
very small, only $15.60, but the suit was to de
dele whether . Torchon laces were a thread lace
or not. Bv the law thread laces pay an ad
valorem duty of only 8) percent, while “all
other laces *’pay a duty of 40 per cent. The
Government authorities claimed Torchon loco
was not a’thread lace, and ahould therefore nay
40 per cent duty. Tim decision will make a
(inference of some thousands ot dollars to tho
plaintiffs alone yearly, Tim Government wilt
probably toko an appeal.
DIVOUCSB.
Mathilda Wahls filed a bill yesterday against
her husband. Heinrich Wahls, cbargiuguhnwitU
desertion, and asking for a divorce.'
Ellon J. O’Neill tiled a bill fur divorce from
Edward O’Neill on the ground of habitual
drunkenness.
Judge Moore yesterday granted a divorce to
Christine Wusserman from Morris Wasscrman
for adultery, and to Charles J. Bragg from
Sarah M. Higgins, alias Sarah M. Bragg, sho
having neglected thn ceremony of getting a di
vorce trout Mr. Higgins when sho assumed the
name of Bragg.
ITKMS.
Judge McAllister yesterday morning denied
thn application or habeas corpus lo tho ease of
John Maloney, who Is wanted on a requisition
from Virginia. Ho Ih one of a gang who was
convicted of robbing Judge Marshall at Rich
mond, but. who nscaped. Thu papers were
found to lie correct, and Junu goes bock to
serve tho Slate.
IL E. Jenkins was appointed Assignee of
Christopher W. Ball.
Assignees will he chosen this morning for
William R. Burdick and Washington A. Jack
sou.
UNITRD STATES CODUTS.
The Connecticut Mutual Lifo-Insuranco Com
pany Died a bill yesterday against Horatio G.
and Annlu T. SpofforU to foreclose u mortgage
for $5,0011 ou Lots 00, 40, 41, 42, 45, 44, 45,40,70.
71, 72, 71, 74, 75, and 70 In the subdivision of
tbu N. E. Hof the N. E. }( of tho S. E. % of
Sec. 18. 89,13.
Thomas J. Foils and Thomas F. Stevenson, of
New York, begun a suit In forcible entry and
detainer against Edgar Loomis, M. I*. Follclt,
F. A. Ogden, and Thomas Crouch to recover
possession of the W. of Lot Jl and so much
off the cast bide of Lot 4 as, with thoW. of
Lot H, will make a lot 30>£ feet wide, and ex
tending the whulo length of said lots, being In
Block o, In School Section Addition to Chicago.
BUl’RittOlt COPUT IN UUIUK.
Talmadgu E. Spaius, for the use of Henry
Hopson and Kate M. Spokls. commenced a suit
In trespass against Samuel W. Allcrion, Emery
A. Storrs and E. H. Fray, claiming SSU,IXKI
damages.
Tho C’onnectlcut*Mutual Life-Insurance Com
pany filed a bill against Horatio G. and Annie
T. Spot Turd and Curl Marlow, to foreclose a
mortgage for $30,000 on Lots 34, 85, 80, 40, 47,
50. 01, 52. 65, 75, Til, 60.70. 73. 74. HO. ami 81, and
tbu undividedone-tbira of Lots 40, 41, 62, 63, and
77 In tho subdivision of Blocks 1 and 2of Out
lot A In Wrlghtwood.
CIRCUIT COURT.
A. H. Wsggcuer began a suit lu trespass
against T. J.. Mlnlcr ami U. J. Walker, claiming
$3,000 damages.
Feitci Hhaffuer began a salt lo replevin against
August Beck, R. C. Feldlcamp, and Andrew
Reiner to recover (jossesslou of the buildings
Nos. 4110 South Daisied and 1768 South Ualstud
streets, valued ot $1,500.
KUOUATB COURT.
Tlie trouble In regard lo (ho estate of the lato
J. 8. Wallace came up again In tho Frobslo
Court yesterday alteruoon in thesnapoof ob
jections to the proposed award to Miss Frank
R. Wallace, daughter of the deceased. It will v
bo . remembered that Ur. Wallace, whose estate
Is valued at SBOO,OOO, kit two IcglU
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 20, 1879-TWELVE PAGES.
male children, the'young Isdydhlluded to
above and a minor son,, the latter being
bom of a divorced wife of deceased. T here Is
also another claimant, who is alleged to lie an
Illegitimate chl(d of Wallace. In yesterday’s
proceedings Eldrldgo A Tourtcllotte appeared on
behalf of iho son, and Small and Moore for Mis*
Wallace. The appraisement for the award had
been made in the usual wav, and the objections
were on two points. First, that Hie lady was
not entitled to an award; and second, that If
she was. the present one was excessive. In or
der to prove that Mr. Wallace at the time of his
death was a householder, avast mmmulof tes
timony was taken, the gist of which was that
from 1872 until his death the gentleman mid his
daughter resided In one of his houses on Wnbnsli
avenue, giving the use of the domicile and a cer
tain sum of money each month m payment for
their board. When this was all in,UiuCoiirtdPcld
ed that the sward must be made, and I hen the
fun began. Mr. Tourtollotto read Iho various
Items called for in ll§u document, and argued
that the amount claimed was exorbitant. It
had appeared from the previous testimony that
Miss Wallace received, In addition tu.'her hoard
and washing, $75 per month for clothes, etc*.,
nml that her father made her presents from time
-to time. The award called for all the articles
allowed by law. mid considerable merriment
was created by the comments of counsel upon
them. For Instance, Mr. Tourtclloltu could
not conceive what use the young lady could
have tor a milch cow mid calf, or for a SIOO sow
ing machine. Hut what most excited his won
der was two solemn-looking items, onn for SBOO
worth of beds and bedding, and the other for
provisions to the amount of $1,700 per annum,
lie could not Imagine the use to
which a solitary female could put
so large an amount of slcoo-oruducing accesso
ries, and, as fur the provisions, it was simply
impossible that she could devour staple mid
fancy groceries to the amount of $1,(00 each
twelvemonth. After a long talk over this mat
ter the Court cut the amount down to $2,200 per
annum, and the matter will remain ns it Is for a
few days, In order that the attorneys for the
other side mav determine whether or not they
will Insist ou another award being made.
- In the matter of proof of hcranlp In the es
tate. Saturday was set as the time for hearing
the aigumcnts. •
TUB CALL.
JuooßDLonozrp—24slo2B3. No cose on trial. ■
.luimjr Oaut—2o2 to 21)3, 207 to 010, UI2J4 to
820. Inclusive. A passed case on trial.
Jumiß Jameson—Assists Judge Gary. No case
on trial.
JunuE Moore—2o, 27, 28, oml 00. No ease on
hearing. .
Jutiaß IlonEns—Set cnee 4,737, McCabe vs.
Hynn. ami calendar Nos. 18.23 lo 27, inclusive. No.
U, Farrell vs. Chicago. Uitrllovlon i tjaincy Rail
road Company, on trial, hat only gaud for on hoar.
Judob boom—l 7to 80, inclusive. No case ou
trial.
J(iDOkMcAt.T.tsTßn—Bct case term No. 2,854,
Drumlt vs. 1.111, und calrndarNoa. 103 lo 120. in
cliulve, except 110. No. 01, Marsh vs. Sullivan,
on tris). *
Juikib FAnwELL—I,OIO, Jackson vs. Jackson.
Jtmoß Loojiib—Nos. 1,100, 1,220, 1,220.1,2.13,
1,200, 1,237, 1.241, 1,248. 1,238. 1,201,1,203,
1,208. 1,281, 1,282, and 1,28.1.
JUDGMENTS.
United States Circuit Coirnr—Jpdob Deod
obtt— United States vs. Morris Solomon and Henry
Pnlllip*. sß2.B)).—Same ve. Zacbnrla Peterson,
Jlalvor llaivorHOii, and Henry Ilarysun. $128.14.
Same vs. Mathias Foertzsch, Frank Fourlzsch.and
Frank Thatna, $27.70. -same vs. Samuel Epstein
and John 11. Meyer, $30.24.—J. 11 Ander
son vs. Clmrlus D. Rhodes. $1,333.
Fifth Naiionnl Bank vs. City of Chicago, $0,313,17.
—First National Bank vs. Name, sD,3lo,l4.—The
Delaware A Hudson Canal Company vs. M. J>.
Watson. s2.4Bo.—Wesley C. Trent vs. Denton D.
Stark, 8002.28.—Marshall Field eta), vs. William
Henry Smith. Collector of Customs. $13.00.
Summon Count—CoNresstoNs—Waclav Fran
tlna vs. Jan Nlomczowaki and Augusta N'lcmuzcf
skl, $222.
Jcoub Jameson—C. M. Lingreen vs. Tho Koval
Canadian Insurance Company; vorldicL, $2,300.
and motion for new trial.—David Conroy vs. Will
iam Byrne, $20.30.
CmcuiT Court—Juooe Booth—Sandusky Wheel
Company vs. Daniel,). Wren, $2,471.43.—Henry
Larr, use, etc., vs. M. K. Gcmelnhardt; verdict,
$140.43, and motion for new trial.—Henry A. Ed
wards vs. FeterJ. Connolly; verdict, $120.10.
Judos-* McAlustkii—Clark Gale vs. Lolllo
Whitney. $77.88.—,). J. Jl. Bennett ve. J. H.
Whiting. sß4.l)o.—Kiizabeth Ormo vs. Charles 12.
Hyde, J. H. Murphy, and Maurice Cruan, $3,423.
KUSH.
Thirty.ilxth Annual Commencement JSxcr
chies—l.lst of tho Graduates—The Even*
log's llnoquet*
Thu Third Presbyterian Church (Ashland and
Ogdon avenues) was filled with a large mid fash
lonablo audience yesterday afternoon on the oc
casion of the thirty-sixth annual commencement
excrelscs.otßush Medical College. ,The pulpit
was occupied by the following distinguished
gentlemen: President, Dr. J. Adams Allen;
Moses Gunn, Professor of Surgery; J. P. Ross,
Professor of Clinical Medicine; E. L. Holmes,
Professor of Eye and Ear Diseases; \V. 8.
Haines, Professor of Chemistry; C. T. Parked,
Professor of Anatomy; A. B. Strong,
Demonstrator of Anatomy; H. M. Ly
man, Professor of Physiology; J. H.
Etheridge, Professor of Materia Medlca and
Therapeutics; De Lasklc Miller, Professor of
Obstetrics urni, Dlscoses of Women; Dr. T. D.
Fitch, member of the Post-Graduate Faculty;
Dr. K. C. Hatnlll, member ot the Board of
Trustees; and the Rev. T. N. Morrison, Jr.
The graduating class and the students of the
College occupied tho front seats at the audi
torium.
Mr. Frank Baird, the organist opened thn ex
ercise* by performing Calkins* Festal March.
Prayer was offered •by the Rev. Theodore N.
Morrison, Jr., who was tho Chaplain ot the oc
casion. Another selection on the organ fol
lowed the prayer, and then President Allen an
nounced that the decrees would be conferred.
TUB GRADUATING CLASS OK 187 t).
There were I‘i3graduates In all, and they came
forward in small detachments arid, arranging
themselves around the platform In single rank,
received the sheepskins from the President, who
conferred Urn degree of Doctor of Medicine on
cncn of them In behalf of the Faculty of Kush
College. Thu following are the names of the
graduates: Chauntcy Willard Amy, Marlon J.
Anderson, Erastus Yeomans Arnold, Samuel
Bailey, Clarence Perley Battles, Rufus Henry
Bartlett, Edwin Julius Bartlett, A. M., Robert
Wesley Baker, Usrou Dorcclia Benson, Stillman
Marion Benner, Benjamin Jephthah BUI, Will
iam Thonms Bishop, Adelbert Henry Bowman,
William Burgess Brenglc, John Fmnldlu Brad
shaw, Charles Theodore Burchard, Martin
Caldwell, Charles David Camp, James Cavaoey,
George Gillette Chittenden, William Waluco
Cole, A. 8., Albert Stewart Coro, Charles John
Creighton, Willis Edward Crane, Theodore
Parker Crosse, Steuben Cummings, Charles
Kustscho Cyrier, John Oscar Dawson,
Edward Gomcr Davies, James Blaimy
Devlin, Constantino Lomas Dlcken, James
Michael Dlnnen, George WarrUtc Dusk,
Cyrus Donaldson. Julian Arthur Dubois, Thad
dcus Augustus Dumont, Karl Frlcdurlck Wil
helm Ehcrlcin, James Piaster English, Human
Ephratn Farnsworth, Charles Elwln Fogg, A.
8., Henry Jacob Fleischer, Thomas Benton
Francis. Otto Tiger Freer, William
Henry Garrison Gable. Benjamin Marvin Gill,
Orris William Grant. Thomas Baldwin Graham,
Bernard Charles uudduu. Addlsou Hawkins,
Edward Leander Iflils, William Wesley Hitch
cock, Charles Honrv Holmes, Ehvvn Ashworth
Jlolroyd, Harry Petiitlluntstnger. Henry Porter
Johnson, Frauds Marlon Jordan, Samuol L. Kil
mer, Charles Krnsemorck. Antonio Lngurlo,
William Henry. Lonyon, Fred Willard Lester,
James Lonsdale, James Aneol Lord,' Edw id
MacDonald, Quorgo Lemuel Murshul), Allan
Alcynu Mathews, Edgar Jchlal Mcncham, Will
iam Moyer Charles Frederick McComb, Hugh
E. McCaw, John Wilkinson.McCausland, John
Calhoun McCiiutuck, Charles William AlcOav
ron, Carroll Evcrord Miller, WUllan Emil Julian
Michelet, . Albert Roscoa Mitchell, John
Vincent .Moran, Daniel Grove Moore, Harold
Nicholas Moyer,Timothy Douglas Murphy, John
Benjamin Murphy, Joseph Alovslus Mueulch,
John Totibruuk Newton, Johu Frauds O'Keefe,
John Wolter O’Connor, Harlow N. Orton,. Will
iam Enos Parker. Emery Allen Paschal, John
Thompson Rice, Charles Winter Robbins, diaries
Alexander Rogers, M. D., Joseph Louis Ross,
Moses Archie Rush. B. 8., Uockwood Hager, Ora
Owcu Hawyor, B. H., William Raymond Shinn,
John Cam obeli Sheridan, Anton Shluionek,
Courtney Smith, Georgy Lewis Smith. William
Theodore Frellnghuysen Smith, Wllllom Peter
Smith, Francis Morion Smiley, Thomas Jefferson
Sprague, Jr., Tlieoduro Parker Stautoo, Simon
Strsusscr, George Charles Stoekmau, 1). S.,
James Harrison Stlpu, Charles Stuart, M. D.,
John 11. Thornton, William Porter Verity. Will
iam Philander Walker, Solon Rouurson Wake
field, James Wallace, Francis Alvin Weir, Flo
rodo Houser Wellcome, Frederick Charles Wer
ner, Pit. G., Herman L. Wtlsou, M, D., David
Henry Worthington, Frank Rubio Woodard,
Magnus Youagstcdt. Honorary, Dr. J. H.
Gardiner.
PRESIDENT ALLEN
next delivered (be charge to the class. He con
gratulated them ou the formal step they hod
made, and sold they bad Just received tho high
est award their Alma Mater could make. lie
told them that they need uot ho alarmed when
sensational scribblers wrote of the deplorable
condition of the medical profession It was
their duty to spread the truth and diffuse
knowledge. II« had observed that In iho examina
tion for surgeons during Hie Civil War tho
graduates of old Uusli hod stood in the front
rank. Dr. Allen gave tho (graduates some good
advice In general icrmp( nml closed hv saying
Unit he* would leave Hie more painful tusk of
paving farwcll to another class. A beautiful
bosket of flowers wan sent, up to the (’resident,
and the audience applauded as he received it.
Charles K. Fogg, M. D., delivered Iho re
sponse! In behalf of the tmdu.iting class, lie
spoke of (he difficulties; mid trials of young
men in the various professions iu general, and
of those graduates now entering upon ihe
medical profession in particular, and closed with
a lilting farewell to tin* class mid Hu* Faculty.
The speaker was greeted, with applause as ho
retired.
President Allen announced that the Honorary
Degree of M. D. had been conferred on Dr. J.
11. Gardiner, of Farmer Ctlv, 111., for his emi
nent services and scholarly attainments.
Dll. A. 11. STRONG
was Introduced hv Ihe Weahicnt, and delivered
tho valedictory address in well-set terms, mid at
the close of liis remarks Dr. .1.1). Murpliv. rep
resenting the graduating l class, presented Klin
with n splendid case of surulcal instruments,
accompanying It with appropriate remark*. Or.
Strong acknowledged the, gift in becoming lan
guage, and, after another selection had been
performed on tho organ hv Mr. Baird, the atidl
cncu was dismissed with the benediction, pro
nounced by the Jlcv. T. N. Morrison.
tub nisqußT.
The main dlntng-hnll of the Treraont House
contained a largo assemblage of the Hush Col
lege Alumni mid other invited guests of the
Faculty, last cveuing, on Ihe occasion of the
nunual banquet. Amoug those present were
many of the most distinguished medical prac
titioners of the city nml from abroad, mul also
notable gentlemen from other professions. Dr.
James N. Hyde was the Chairman of the even
ing. An excellent dinner wos served, and after
It had been disposed of Dr. Uvdc Mimuuuccil
ihe (oasts, and Introduced ihe gentlemen who
responded to them. The following f* a list of
tho toasts nml tbo names of the respondents:
Onr Elder Brothers, Dr. Abner Hard. Class
of ’SB; Our Neighbors of the Hospital. Dr. E.
W. Leo; Our Soring Faculty, Frof. John K.
Owens, Class of ’7B: Our Alumni from Abroad.
Dr. William Fox, Class of’7o: Tho Youngest
Children of Our Family, Dr. S. L. Kilmer, Class
of’TO; An Old “ Kush,” Dr. V. ],. Ilurlbut,
Class of ’S3; Alma .Mater, Vrof. J, Adams
Allen.
The festivities wore kept up until midnight,
and were of a rational and Interesting character.
TUB ALUMNI.
About 230 of tho Kush College Alumni met
at 7;.T) last evening In the restaurant-room of
tho Tremont House, for the purpose of re
organizing their association mid listening to the
annual address of the I’rcstdcnt, Dr. Christo
pher Goodbroko, who occupied the chair.
The Executive Committee presented n new
constitution, which was adopted, mid the fol
lowing officers were elected for the ensuing
year:. President, Dr. U, M. McArthur, of
Ottawa, ill.; First Vice-President, Dr. William
Fox, or Milwaukee; Secretary and Treasurer,
Dr. E. F. locals, of Chicago; Executive Com
mittee, Drs. N. Bridge, V. L. Ilurlbut, F. A.
Emmons.
Dr. Qoodbroke, (ho retiring President, dc-/
llvcrcd tho annual address, which sketched Hie
history of tho Association mid the college.
Thu Association Hum adjourned to attcud the
banquet tendered by Hie Faculty of Kusb
College. -
NEVADA.
Tlio People Arise In Their Might ami Pro
test Against Corrupt Legislation.
Ban Francisco, Cal., Feb. 23.— A Virginia
City (Nov.) dispatch says an immense mass
meeting was hold last night to take action ou
tho Anti-Railroad bill which comes up iu the
Legislature to-morrow. Three thousand peo
ple were present. The excitement Is intense.
Senator Lime, who opposed tho till!, was asked
to resign Immediately. Propositions to hang
the members of Utu Legislature who wore
bought wore received with cheers. It was pro
posed to start a proccssiou of men to walk to
Carson In the murnlngamldemand that their del
egates pass Hie bill. A committee of twenty
three met and passed resolution -i that the pro
posed demonstration ho done away with, as they
feared hanging and bloodshed. ThcCunimtttce
have drawn up resolutions to send to Cnrsou to
morrow morning by delegates, expressive of tho
Intense feeling here, and declining to bo respon
sible for the consequences lu cose the procession
starts. 1
MARINE NEWS.
Special lUtoaieh to The Tribune.
Milwaukee, Feb. n.—The Goodrich lino
propeller Oconto has been hauled oft the Lud-
Ingtou route temporarily, and now lies moored
to the centre pier of Grand avenue bridge.
Thus two of the four boats on that route arc
withdrawn, the Menominee having been the first
lolayuo. The* reason for this action Is said to
bo the recent decline In freight rates to the sea*
board. Under the present tariff the Flint it
Fere Marquette Railway Company cannot
handle freight except at a loss, owing to tho
rate that has bo allowed to the propellers under
the existing contract with Cnpt. Goodrich.
There Is still plenty of package freight to be
handled, most of which now goes Fust via (be
Detroit, Grand Haven, & Milwaukee Hallway
and Steamship Line.
The slcam-bargo Forest Cltyj which has made
occasional trips to Grand Haven during the win*
ter. carrying wheat In bulk, inis been withdrawn
permanently, and will now be pul fa shape for
the season of navigation around the lakes. The
steamships Minneapolis and Amazon continue
to make trios with considerable regularity.
Although an east wind has prevailed for
thirty-six honrs, the leu hi the bay docs not ex
tend out Into the bay from shore over a quarter
of a mile. This may ho accepted us on indica
tion of the small quantity of fee adrltt at this
end of the lake.
MILWAUKEE PUBLIC WORKS.
Special Dlipateti to Tfio Tribune.
Milwaukee, Feb. 23.—Tho contract for tho
completion of tbu first section of the Washing*
ton avenue JclgUt-foot cower tunnel was rclct
this morning. There were seven bidders und
bids, as follows
Curl Hnsack
.John O. F, Itraml
Patrick Doon ..
James Reynolds..
James Markov....
J, J. Crllloy
$. A. Harmon...
Tbo award was made to S. A. Harrison, at
$12.80 per lineal loot. About 1,035 feet remain
to bo completed out of 2.500 feet. Tbo oriel
naleontmctora,Messrs. Klrlibani«ftTurner, lodt
about $1,500 on tbclr bid of $8.50 per lineal
fool. This tunnel runs, lifty feet beneath tbo
street surface for a lone distance.
INCORPORATED.
ttotcta! ptivate A to The Tribune,
Springfield, 111., Feb, 26.—Licenses to or
ganize as corporations were Issued to-day by tho
Secretary of Stale os follows!
The Arizona Gold <k Silver Mining Company,
of Chicago; capita), $209,000; corporators, Clark
Orav, Albert J. Smith, ami Joseph \V. Ifelmcr.
Tim Lcadvlllo I’rospecllngJ: Mining Com panv,
of Chicago) capital, $1,000,000; corporators. C.
Q. llarcer, Jr., Usury L. ituxiord, and Stephcu
A. Iteynulas.
Tim Farmer Citv Mining it Coat Company, of
Farmer City, DoWltt County; capital, SB,OOO.
A c-urtUlcatti of organization was also Hied by
tbo Masonic Hull Association, of New Douglas,
Modlsou County.
Tho Public I.itmis of Tozos.
(htlteelon (7>/.) AVtrs.
Tho public domain of Texas originally consist*
cd of ultout 250,000,1XK) acres of lend, worth now
as inunv dollars. Out of It thu State pensioned
Its veteran soldiers or tbulr heirs: pensioned Us
early settlers, whether single men or heads of
families, ami subsidized colonics, schools, col*
leges, universities, asylums, railroads, canals,
Irrigation ditches, river improvements, bridges,
ami water-work*. Out of it (1m Btutosoldat
one‘’loll swoop” area for a whole Btate, amt
frittered thu proceeds away. Out of it domestic
and foreign forgers have stolen. In quantities
ranging Item a squatter’s elghty-acro pre-emp
tion no tu tImHOOJ-nao tract of Urn eleven*
league grant, hardly less than 1,000,000 acres,
ami now, when onlv 31,000,000 acres ere left, of
which perhaps 0,000,000 acres are worth patent*
ing, Urn stable door is to bo shut. After all
that the land-sharks, die railway companies, thu
forgers, end tho Mextean-lltlo manufacturers
have, for forty or Ofty veurs, been picking and
culling from this domain, it Is to be feared that
uot much Is left beside barren plains and rocky
mountain ranges. If it were not (or a specula
tive demand tor Texas luml-cerdllcatus outside
of tho State, these terdilcales, now worth |W
to $62.50 per section, or Irom 7K tu cents
per acre, would hardly bring, It U believed, over
4 to 6 cunts per acre, but die Governor pro
poses to sell the 31,000,000 acres, which, at tho
above rate, would bring about 91,600,000, lu
order with die proceeds to pay the publiu debt,'
uud this debt amounts to at, least $5,250,000 at
the present time. It may bo done by aale of
certificates with the nrohahlo result Indicated of
paying about one-fourth of the public debt, or
It may bo done by reserving vacant lands to bo
designated on the country maps of Hie General
Land Office, and selling these lands without the
Intervention of certificates. The object design
ed by this measure would not Iw fully attained
even if much better prices could ba realized than
mar reasonably bo expected, lor (I Is understood
that the object (s lo obtain immediate relief
from the payment of an annual Interest of near
ly $400,000 on the debt, and It is evident that no
process can ho inaugurated for tho immediate
sale of the lands.
One of onr most, estimable citizens msr be
thankful for the Introduction of l»r, bull's Cough
Simp, for Its timely nvc has saved his life.
T'HE 'miUUffb IIRAffCII oi , Flfli:s.
TN OIIDKU TO ACCOMMODATK OUR NUMBKOUB
J. patrons throut.ionl the city ve have ouaoilshed
branch unices In the different Division*. as designated
below, where advertisements will be taken for the ■atns
price m chained at the Mata Oder, tod win be received
untllnu'eioc* p. m. during the week, sad until 0 p. n.
ou Saturdays:
•I. A R. SIMMS, Bookseller* and Stationers, IXI
Twenty-arcond-n.
h. M. WALDEN, Newsdealer. Stationer, etc.. 1009
West Msdlson-st., near Weatern-av.
RonKftT TIIUUMSXON, Wcai-sido News Depot, t
Dluelaland-av., earner of lUUteil-n.
ir. c, Herrick, Jeweler, Newsdealer, and Fancy
Goods. TiO l.ave-it.. earner Unjoin.
BOARDING AND LODGING*
In Ihti oltitnn, thru Untt or leu, 23 emit otr (n<
union. Kadi additional line, iOetnlt.
South Blae*
1191 praibib-av. furnished alcove
and small room cheap, with or without
board.
Went Side*
onn west washinuton-st.-two suites op
furnliticd or unfurnished, wlihbosrd.
J 79 APAMS-ST.. .IKFFKiisOK FAITk^NICRLV.
turnhlied front room with hoard: alto. »Ibxlr
rooms private ♦omliy: reference* required} homo hu
luuderu Improvement*. ,
North Sloe*
n AND 7 NORTH CLAHK-ST.-FinST-CLASS
» r Ikihi-iI. *( to S« ner week, wllhuteof piano anil
bailu nay board. S:l.f.U.
*/I7*" ,, ' WNOIS *ST--FHtsr-criAss no a kd.
“f I, wiiii room*. t< lo $3 per week: fivcinlnutea'
walk from Mete and Meillsno-n*.
HOtOI Oa
TiURDJCK HOUSE,. CORNER WABASH AND
A> Ad«m**Mt.-t'l(!Msm room*, all newly furnished,
for In* money than any koiml hotel in tho city.
( ’iLAitK.NCt: iIOUHK-KiO WKt.L FURNISHED
V roomi-Moi. .TM.3VI. ana. and 837 Htaiu-st., four
utock* south of the Palmer House. Board and room,
per day. *|..VJ lo *8; per week, 6.3 to* 10. Alsu fur
nished rooms to real without board.
English hoi.sk. m kart wahiiinotun-st.-
filnplo warm room*, f (.50 to tn per week. Twen
l.l-B _ t y!i- a - l-llckcl ’* Transient*. *i m-rOsy.
HASTISOS HOUSE, m AN Din EAST
. Wrlbfurnblird rooms, with board, from *3(o*7
per week; day-board. 84 per yoel.
■\IhVAIM HOTEL. 144 AND 130 WaBASH-AV.,
1 v nearMouroe-si—flood room* and board, SI. *i.aj,
*i.3o uer day: a liberal rurttiuilon iu weeklr hoarder*.
Sands iiuubx. counjsu wapahh-av. and
MadUon-at.—Permanent board at very lowratei.
Tranalcnt,*2.uH)ur(lay. Par hoard S 3. Cornu aim »ec.
WINDSOR HOUSE. 178 HTATE-ST., lIIfTIIToPT
tv poalte Palmer Home—Room andboard. »3to *7
per .week. Traaalcota, 81.50 perday. Day board *4
per week.
fillscolianoouß*
BOARDIKO-WK ARB THK AGENTS FOR A
largu number of flrst-nlasi boantlac-housei and for
many private families who do notcaru lo aJvmUr.
Rrtlahlc people wanting choice bjarttorroonunn put
full information free of charges private famlllra will
ing to accommodate an unexceptionable boaidcr or
roomer nan leave description of their accommodations
with ut In confidence, with tho assurance that they will
beshowu only lo auch aa they desire to accommodate:
reliable people only: rcfeirneo* rcoiilrnd, ROOM-
Tuniuxl- tJXCIIAMiI: ' liUOM 3
HOARD WANTED.
BOARD-HV GENTLEMAN AND WIFE: A PLEAS
out room nml lair table; mutt be on Homii side,
nnd below Thlneentii-M. s rcft-tencca given and re
quired. AddrcK u 15, Tribune otlice.
■JJOAUI)—AND HALL ROOM. BV'A SINGLE OEN-
J> tlcmtn. within five minute** walk from Psinier
House. AddreM, atotinc term*. O 28, Tribune oflice.
I>UAUIi—A "GENTLEMAN DESIRES RO(»U AND
J> board iu a private Jcwlab family. Reference* ex
changed. AddmaGao. Tribuneofiice.
BUSINiESS CHANCES*
T)USISKSB-MEN WITH SMALL CAPITAL CAN
i) make money in Kansas: carpenter*, painter*, bar
newmakcri, rabluotmikcr*. or dry xoou«. cloiblii?,
hut. cap, and hoot and shoe men can t-urn of a uooj io
cation In a new town In Kamos. For particular* od
drew O 12. Tribune otlice.
|?OU SALK-CATHOLIC BOOK AND SUPPLY
L store—Healed nropoial* will he received by the
undertiitncd until March to. 187 b. lor the purctiue of
tho oloctc and fixtures of the business of tho latu Will
iam F. Squire. deceased. I* located n: No. 4XI Wen
Twelfth-*!., Chtcaoo. adjninhn; the Jesuit Church,
with a kooU city and country trade. Full particular*
on uppncailun. I light teacned to retool any orall
lida. JUHN ADAMS, Executor.
FOU BALE—SA!,O()*N AND PIXrUHBH IN BEST
loeatluu lo (.hicico: dirt cheap If taken at oner,
oat. Tribune ogee.’ ’
TJOi:"SALK—A WHOLE OH HALF INTEREST IN
J. n flrst-rtiu* drug-store in • thriving town in South
western Michigan. Addreu LOUD, bTOUTEMiUUOH
fc CU.. no Wabaali-ftr.. Chicago.
I JOB HALE—A GENERAL STORK AtIOUT HD
' mile* west of Chicago. dulOK a firm* class Unsluca*.
Address <> ix. Tribuun oillcp,
ri’O HOTEL MKN-DV ADDRESS!NO THK UN
1. dcrsikiicd yon can learn of one of the Dost locaium
hi KaiisaH fur ttie hotel business: to auy one who will
build a hotel to cast Sl.ctri can Minne lot* free of
charge worth B.*Oi. Adores* (> lu, Trlluine cdllcc.
HOKSESASP CAimiAGES.
Avkijy iiasdsumk and fast young sokuel
Imne— he cun trot In condition better than vtati; he
It IS)*lmmUhlch, und without snot or bleinldt. wlm
it Oil; tiiutiuaml tall; he Is tl years of nice, aud a trial of
thirty day* given: nml a ■pan uf very One voune.
chunky work horses, weighing'XuatHbt. Would Itku
to telf them together. If possible, to Bonn* one wlm
wants them for their own into, anil give a good trial of
thorn, an the owner of them is vervslck. will sell low
fur rash: apply la (he barn In the rear of residence cus
Michlgan-av.
1?Oft SALK-lsl HOUSES, FIT FOU ALL U.SKs WAU
x rallied sutmd, ami one week's trial Klrcut all Linds
of carrlwres. roupes. niueton*.jump-scats, tide-bar.
top nod open buggies: ultimo assortment of new and
st-coud-haml grocery wagons; all kinds of bsrnew, now
and iccand-hamit blankets. robes, aud whins: horses
and wagons to let by the day or week, cheaps money
advanced: will sell on monthly payments or excbtmjo.
Come and see the Urm-st assortment In the cliy. and
the cheapest. tl. C. V> AI.KEit. 04It mid it.M BUlc*it.
170 H BALK— AT UNION’ bTOUK-YAUDS BALK
i. stahlei: 10) head of horses uf all kinds. Just ar
rived mtdjorsalccheap. THOMAS EVKKS.
WT’ANTKP—FOK CAtill. A 6TVLISH TEAM Foil
I > buggy and tight carriage, or would buy If at a har*
Baln, and In tlrst-eiau I'ondlthm. an cntlru outnt. Ad
rein, with full particular*. 11 qq, Tribune office.
WANTED-A HOUsK, IUHIUV. AND HARNESS
by a gentleman living In a suburban towns will
keen fur occasional u«o;iu>BMil b«rn ami posture.
Addicts A A 11, Tribune uQlcu.
If! *KTH FARM HARNESS. NF.AULV NEW. 7
1U ants express harness. -I set buggy harness: all ore
tlrn-claas, and must bo sold this week nod par no*
Vauucs. 11. C. \VAI.KER. I'tOEtate-st.
m ÜBICAL.
ALWAY 6 ON HAND
1 HE LARGEST RTOCIC OP
Lineal foot.
.. .... ie.wo
ia.«
HI. 00
ORGANS
IN THE NORTHWEST.
STRICTLY FIUST'CLASS MAKE*.
WARRANTED r'OR FIVE YEARS.
IK OASES ADAPTED TO
THE CHURCH,
THE LODGE.
THE SOHUOL.
THE FAULOR.
THU CUSCKUT'ROOM.
Illustrated Catalogue aunt fret* un application to
W. W. KIMRALL.
Corner State and Adanis-itj^
A LARGE AND CHOICE'STOCK OF DECKER
llrot*.'j’lancu. jnac. from Iho factory. No piano
•obi stands so blub in respect io quality of lone nnd
(Incni-M or flulsli. Rarsimi will bn oflered la thcas.
ami aiao lu tbo Mathushek pianos and Kawy organa. for
tbo next Uilrtv days. STORY is CAMP, Ueneiul
Agents, jMrtand RKi ntate-it.
IJOKbALK-fSOn liUVB ELEGANT KUtST-CLAbH
I .nowpienoi monthly payments of *U» laUnni Jlvo
years' legal warrsuty given. _ Inquire st, uh UllnuU-H.
TfIinXOIIANCC.
i;OH KXCIIANQK-FiSE FARM, son ACHES,
i; brick house. Urxo bare, for city or suburban.
Wltlllf, ieoD«srbom*»t._
Til KKCIIANDIBK TO EXCHANGE—IJIAVEFOII
ill mlb suit,ooo worth of supla merchandise. all
wholesale stock. In urlmo order. Will kdl lu lota of
from *r>.ooiU(i saa.ooo, and lake In payment uno.Uilrtl
ra*U and two-thirds good real estate. Address XlEtt*
CHANT, llox 2:>7H. New York City. .
MM EXCIIANUK-SiO ACHES hood land in
1 ValleyCoumy, NubruL*. forSl.r/JOwiirlbof dry
good*, clothing or l>oo(s. Address U 1 lirerouri Hume.
WASTkII TO KXCIIASUK—A GOOD iToUdB AND
lot on llio Wen bide fur unimproved property on
Tlilnl or Fotmh-ay. Inquire of A. J. IIHAUFOHD,
Hoorn H Hawley building.
t'OrtNALI,
17011 SALK—BTOUU AND FIXTUHES OF A
1 wholrssla oyster and (Uh liousui will Inventory
about tuui a good opening for (ho rlghtman. Address
USI. 'iTlbunoofllcc.
FOIt BALK-TO I'AI'KH MAKKHS-HO IIAI.KS OK
brown eaperivt Boulh Bids ruifiiouso, lw«toIU70
buuth Hutc-st.
I7OirSAi.K-I.AUOK LOT HEAVY FINK TIMHEHB,
‘ iiisii inches. leiuko feet lougj grvst bsrgsiai.
Inquire st as and 55 Lako-it.
17011 BALE—A COMPLETE FII.K OF THE OIHUAOO
I. 1 Tribune forjnfs, clieftp. Address ■I. K.. Tribune.
•pmKLITV BTOIIAQK VoMFANV. 70. 7«. AND BO
1' tnu Vanl)uren-»l. io>UblUlicdlß7li Keruisavnlaod
reliablet for furulturA and
TAUHNITUHE. «AUUIA(IK«r>IKUCIIANDIS'KBTOib
I’ ed; advsticcimadr, iui>o yuan uouoy losnad lowest
raleson good security without removal. inn W. Monroe.
(,’AST dry CLOTIIIAL.
CASH I'AID FOir CAHT OFKC'LOiIirSO AT I.
GULDKU'S, 60S btsui’tl. Orders by msll prompt*
ly alteuded to.
I'iUiTNEiIN WANTED*
T>\UTNKU WANTED—TiIK ADVEUTISKU. WHO
L liss had s number of year*' usperlcncu on Uosrd of
Trade. desire* u parmer with capital In the commission
business; listsomotfados references uoskcepltoualdo.
Address D:u. Tnuutio office.
SEWTNO OIAiJIIINEH*
I7OU SALE-ONE NUAHLY NEW DKOP-LEAF
. blogvri slwouefoidiug-toe for oua-thlrd valuei
BitschuicaU. Wcu Jsckion-K.
CJTY nEAL ESTATE*
tn thit column, ihrrt tints nr Itu, it ctntt ptr In*
trrtion. Each additional lint, tn cents.
For sale-tub following property, be*
(onßtnutoan Kaitern piny, will be »old at about
one-half ill talde, on term* to rill;
fLftO-ri-atorybrlck Id-room bou.'e. T7S Fultoo-if.
S2.2i*»-3-»iorr brick, with all inodcrn Improve
ment*. IW2 West Adam*-*t.
Sl.nrx>-Flne:l-*iory brick. 434 Irylnjr-plaee.
ts.n**—.-i.ftArymarblo-front. fill U>«t Artnma-lt,
•'.•.oro—n-itorr brick. 423 £oiiit>.Tc(Ter*on-it.
—4/Jlb,. ruillil
Sl.Aon-a-itnrr marble-front. with all modem lot*
protemenw, MSo Pralrle-ar.
S7.cnr-p;la*ant marble-front. 1143 Mlclilaan-ar.
fd.wo-a-Mory frame, with modem Improvement*,
I»J Tblrty-icrond-iL
J2.(m-:j-ii(iry brick. Pfld We*t I’olk-it.
n*lt ,)^r foot ’ MUIII fron L Warren-av.. near Pauli-
.\i«o wanted to rurehaio 9 (rood frame home*, to
move, near Union Park.:
Inquire of JOHN A. BARTLETT,
Room zi, irt i Waihlnkton-tt.
uoont 2:1, lat
Iron s7\u:-ui;sh)kxcb property at very
low price*. Hole tlicm offcri:
Two-rfurr pome ami lot. No. 21a Ma«well-«t., near
JriTmon. ei.aw. Vacant loiaifjolnlnttfooo.
foot* * Ceton Wtrfeu, * v -< near Itobey-it.. $75 a
Kour lot*. each 251120,0 a Van Boreo-it., can of
Ilovn*. afoot.
.v>xm fecr. corner Wasldngtnn-av, and Union Park
piacc. handsome shade-trees, south ami east front*,
UDlf 11,‘JV).
Two lot*, each nxir/i feet, on Cenlra-ar., north of
Jackson-su, «ns»afool.
luTi.V’Soo* 1, cornerof jMk*on ana Paulina-
1 ’ BRYAN LATIIROP. 04 Dearborn-st.
FOU HAt.F.-FINKST PROPERTY >OU RESl
deneesvr Prem-h flat* In Chicago, fronting l>esr
born and NortU-av*., and adjoining main entrance to
Lincoln Park. All atreet connections made. A fo*r
lot* non feel deep) at sl2-'* ami ll.Vipcr front foots
tree of park aaimment. No such chance will occur
again, lermi rny. WM. C. UkVNOLDa (owner), W
Uearborn-it.. Room ft.
Fort SALE—-A PIRST-OI.AfW TTfilKB-STOitY AND
basement brick store on Mlchigan-ar. and Twenty
aecund-it. at a iserltlce. as the owner is going to lenra
the city. Inquire of Jacob WKIL, PJ Waslilnsion-st.
poll SEVERAL OOOl) HAftdAINS
x in stone-front rrildeeees In choice locations on
" est side, with parlor*, dining-rooms. and kitchen on
main floor. 11. I’ufttl.V, na Waihlngton-st.
Tj’Ofl 3AI.E— ON DEARBORN-A V.N EAR ONTARIO
x iu, two nno brick homes, octagon marble from,
two stories, basement and mile, with all modern Im
provements; terms easy. Imiulre at -52 Ontarlo-st.
you CORNER i.ot.
x fronting on two business sireeis; buildings nil rent-
Ap -
SALE—I HAVE SEVERAL 0000 BARGAINS
•tone-front residences Incholco locntlonson Writ
Ktflß. with parlors. dlnlug-roma*. and kitchen oa main
fioor. 11. POTU IN. tri Wuslilnklun-st.
1?0U BAI 7r— BARGAINS IN CHOICE REHIDhNCK
X property on Mlchlgan-nv, and vicinity: also on
»e«t Side. H. M. HHI.RWOoD, Room 7. 7n filate-sL
COIJHXity BEAIi ESTATE,
l/OB BALE-COAL PROPERTY AtItFiSBUIUL
X? P«.. consisting of 123 acrcac-foof vein of the very
beat gas ami steam coal in the United Btatca. and no
acmsurfsce. It Is the key t02,00u acre*: nowcxren-
Mon of Laire Shore A: Michigan Southern Uallruadto
Pittsburg connects with this valuable property, onea-
Ing It up to the great hast. West. and North. Plana,
surveys. reportof mining engineer, indorsements. rests
ofgai companies. recommendations, etc., can be aeen
by addressing or calling on CAP I*. W. »I. CLANEV.
brim House, Chicago, 0 to loa, m., tihiiO to U and
& tO 8 p, Rl.
REAL ESTATE WANTED.
\\7 ANTED—TO’llUr'Foil MV OWN USB A SMALL
1 f house and lot (2-stury brick or atone front pre
ferred!. In a good locality;small pnymeatdnwn, oal
nncemouiblyor longtime. Glvo location and descrip
tion. Address 0 21, Irlbitne odlce.
WANTED-A NICE DIEMIOVED PLACE OF an TO
uo acres. close to a town, within 00 miles of Chica
go, for M.nut to SIO.UW cash. M, A. LAWRENCE,
MU Madlson-st. ■
ftNANUIAL
A DVANCKb MADE ON DIAMOND.’*, WATCHES.
J\. bonds, etc., at LAUNDERS* private olßce. 120Kaa*
dslph-»f.,ne*rci»rk. Rooms .land ft. Established 1831.
~\ NT SUM TO - LOAN~()N FURNIf iIRK, PIANOIC
ft etc., without remurat: and. on all good securi
ties. Room it, in Dcsrhorn-st. *
AXV SUM to LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS,
etc., (without removal), warehouse receipts, and
other good collateral. I*4 Dearborn-si., Ruumu.
ASV AMOUNT TO LOaN'on" FURNITURE AND
Manus wlthoutremoval. 131 ltandolpii-st,Rooini.
A VERY experienced prospector, and
J\ owner of several mines, now West, will make
locations on aliarni In Colorado for any party that will
furnish outfit and fair monthly compensation: abun
dant reference. Address it 37. Tribune oilier.
/tASR PAID FOR OLD GOLD AND HlLVliit
\J Money tu loan on watches, diamonds, and valuaoles
of every description at ODI.IHMID'B Loan and Ilullloa
OQlce(llcen«cd). u:«_Kast_Msdlson-il. Established kwo.
r oan&-made“on i’urSYturkTpi anobTktol*
I J withoiu removal: alio on other good securities.
I.TJ Dcarburn-M. Room lb.
\fONEV TO LOAN ON CHICAGO REAL ESTATE.
A! 1 » l l° w ra,CJ " r Interest. ADOLPH LOEU ds
RI.OTMLR. IXtund lA] l.asalle-st.
Money to loan-s.vw. en.b-.n*. si..m fj.oco.
and un Improved city real estate.
JJA Vib A U ALKKI!, l *J Dearbum-it.
M*’onkt to"loan (»N*~IMPROVED city real
cstntaat enrreo: rates. CHABK ti ADAMB. ar
oryan Block.
XfICKKLS ANIVpKSNIEB CAN RE HAD IN EX
i> change for cmrency at the countlag-roum of the
rrlbtinr.
CiIA'ER US AND M CENT PIKCESIX PACKAGES
‘•J at wmntlug'raeni
of Tribune Cnminuy.
rpb L«)ANY*.V«»>O» FIVK VKADS AT 8 PKD
A cent aud'Js commission on inside Improved prop
erty. J. c. McUUKD, llilMoarutS-st.
WANTKn-s<.oooos* ooon ixsidk impduvkd
>». real ruiuiti we-JI muled; luterust 7or» per cunt.
Don t naswerwlthout money in hand. Address A 8*»,
Tribune otllcc.
\V AVTi:il-S't*Js GOOD SiXUItITV GIVEN. WITH
M first mortgage. Apply to M. GItAUMF.It. Ct Fin*
nel-st.
C*l code county?per lent bonds.
*iP l»Ut.fL/ .ong. nml St.Ufci Lincoln Park 7 per cent
bond*, for sole l>y ADOLF UK ILK. 13 j Dcarborn-it..
Doom in.
TO I.OAS AT LOW RATES OS
V ...V;. Chicago real male: three or Hvo year*. H.
>l. SIIKUWUUU. ituom 7. TUMute-M.
OHM Tt, . Li ' AK os'"IMI'KOVED FARMS
and city unproved, ar « percent In
terest. W.P. DICKINSON, uoauii jot Wn»UlUßton-it.
nnil T ,° LOAN in rums'to suit ox
y.J/J.l 111 V real mate and farms Id Illinois.
1 l.ll.ltnON A HAY. ItW Uiuuloiph'St.
TO UE.VT--CBOCSES.
West Side*
TO REST-COTTAGE OP » DOOMS AT 104 WAL
miMi. sin cool order, sewerage, pus, and water:
Madlioust A,w,tore<m Mu-ilson-st. LEONARD, WH
r I*o 11EXT^COTTAOKTk ASfTjFUjTOX'TaDkT
1 mid furniture for sate complete for housekeeping.
Address o 34, Tribune otnee. * *
'ro UKNT-CUEAI'. J'STORVn-DOOil MOUSE. :urj
I )} •niut-w-. i'oMeasloa Mnrclt 1. Inquire of HANDY
A CO.. t»4 WaMilngton-st.
South Side.
f PO RENT—PARTIALLY FUHXISHF.D. UNTIL
I May I. MW(I, if duslred. the fumtUiro for sale, good
medium-slxed dwelling on Wabasii-av.. north of Knur
tecn‘li'll.. east front; house has the modern conveni
ences; possession given ut once. Address U3M, Trlb
unc ofllcc.
TO RENT— ROOJTIS*
Soutli SJdo*
fro ISEXT—NTCELY-FUDNIsniID DOOMS. APPLY
X at lib Last Dandolph-su, Doom 1.0.
TO’ UKNT-NICIC ALCOVK OD*DtHIULK DOOM 7
L (uralshedor uot. In strictly private family, at 13
Forcst-nv.
R'est Side*
rRF.NT-A SUITE OK 3 UNKUUNIPHKI) DOOMS
for light houiekecplug. &*i. Apjilyt i:t-» Thruop.
JTOJftEN T—STORES, OFFICES, &c*
Stores*
f|V» REST—RTaTD'ST. BTORRR-NOB. 34Q AND
X 301, with basemrnts, well iiphtedt also several very
deslralde lofts in same locality, well lulled fur snwluu
machine business or light maiiufm'iurintt purpose*.
PIKDCtC AOUTIiKT, Real Estate and Renting Agency,
IQd LaSallu-st. .
flllicelionoouHt
rPO nEST-MALLEAHLE IKON WOHKS. WITH
i. UrKu foundry,air-furnai'e.cnpol*. anuusliuiro veins
amt machine simp, run by waterpower, within forty
mile* of Chicago, and only few rod* from depot. Term*
reasonable. Address O £t, Tribune olilcc.
'I'D ItlfST—MKvkilAL DOOMS ON'KIIIST FLAT
L suitable for couple with children* also, single
rooms. Address O M, TribuneoUlce.
f iVuiCNf-AViiiST-cLASs iuncK huildinu on
1 Mlchlßin-aT,, nearTweety-sfi-ond-sl., suitable for
a llm-clttM saloon and dining-room* up-stalrst will be
rented (or.tnreo years to a pood parly. Inquire of
JACOIt WEIL, o-Vartilogton-*:.
WANTED TO HENX.
WANTED—TO KENT—COTTAGES AND HOOMB
>» fur housekeeping la allpartsof the city for ro
spoeilble tenants.
llouM-KKNTINO AND IIOAIIDINQ EXCHANGE,
HUOU .'I TUIUUNK HUILDINU. _
\irANTki)-T6“HKNT-(»N fj|E KOUTiI RIDE. A
» furnished house or flat of at least six or seven
rooms. Deference* Riven. Address UI. Tribune.
Ilf ANTED—TO liKVr-STOUKS AND LOPTH.
i¥ from May I, for warehouse, wholesale and llae
reiall purpose*. by llrst-claa* parties. FEED OKObo*
MANN. DaUlark-sl.. lUionK-U
\\rANTED~TO KENT—Ad OH 7 HOOM COTTAGE
»» lit Rood location, near street-cars. Address O
to. Tribune otHuj. giving price aud loratlun.
W" ANTED-TO ltKN>-J.RfoUV~ AND BASEMENT
house In RtMHI location on North bide, for private
family. Addrea Q‘Jl, Tribune noire.
ffiaSCEUUANEOUIfc
XJOUTHWB3TEUN DETECTIVE AUKNCV—ALL
i-N business skillfully touuuclfd and strictly cuntldeu*
llali charge*low. WM. H. HUNTINGTON, bupcrlu*
teuueot. mHou M Major Block.
I>HEUMATISM TUSITIVEi.Y CUUKD-VAN HU*
iv run's Compound uevor falls, evuu in the worst
cases.. Sold by all druanut*. Dcnot. dmh MaUl»on-st._
GOODS.
110 USKIIO LD
ANNOUNCEMENT-Tl'iE UNION FUItNiTUHE
Co.. Uii We*t MadUaa*si.,ielU all kiuus of house*
boldgoodsonparilalpaymonui low prices; easy terms.
TITANTED—COMPLETE OUTFIT FOU SMALL
vv house, except bcildlutr. or would buy s/ipurate
pieces: uuu be clieap for cushi also a hrecclHomJluß
shot-guu, heavy standard make- Q 17. Trlouue other.
INNTRUOTIONt
A YOUNO LADY WOULD TEACH A FEW CHIL*
dreunl their hooio three dsyilo the weeks terms
reaaoosble. Adureu_U_47. 'tribuneolllce.
WANTED— i'l’i'l LS rN~*BiiOUTIl AND, ELUCU*
tlou, ouil French, by tliuroiißhly ootopelcut
teacher*. Addrea It au. I'rlbuue ofllcu.
" OFFICE FCH.VIfCKfc,
WANTED— NEW OH BECONU-lIAND CYLINDEH
ur Maoiatd dcak. U dl, Tribune ohlw.
WANXED-MAIE HELP.
/n IAU column, thrto Unit nr Utt, ai unit ptr In
union. Each additional line, in unit.
Boobkeosen* Clorkt* &c#
TTf ANTED—CKMAHrtf ED CLERK WITH fITO JN
ft itm-cItM country hotel. Hilary or part profit.
Money tenured. Adurcia OU 7. Tribune ofllce.
WANTF.D-A touno man salesman in sta*
ttooerv honan. Mutt nnderttand lbs Chicago
trade._ Adore** It an, Tribune offlcc. •
TVANTED-TI’.AVKLING SALESMAN: SINGLE
»T man preferred! mun be a row! penman and
famlliarwlih arcountat ante experience, reference,
and pay expected, pan. Tribune oiflcc.
Tinoci#
WANTED— FiIWT-CLASH DYER AND FINISITEIt
forwootcamill. KISSKV, .lONB3&COU., awf
.Moaroe-nl.
WANTED—A FIUST-CLAHH HAND TO IU7H
yv band-saw. CI.AUK IIUOTIIKUB & CO., Robey
•l., ncarlUnojaland-ar. "
\\T A NTED—A.CO.MPKTKNT “MAKE-UP.*’ ALHO.'
_V fCTeral lob compodtora. J. J. UPALDINU a
CO. t ifldctark-st.. mm floor.
VV AntKD -a tll nubunm-r competent ma
tt chlnist and engineer tor a permanent position:
muii bring references from list employer. Address,
with reference*. ooi, Tribune ofllcu.
jTUftcollancou**
W AIfTKD -° KNTI - ES, KN AND LADIES TO fil-.LL
it llio new waterproof celluloid collars ami cuffs;
no more laundry btllas when soiled sponge them on ami
wine them, and theyare ready topnt on; ihuynm tlio
best-selling articles eatanti one sale makes u dozen la
thesamu hotel, store, etc. Call early ami sirulii (ho
rush. C. M. LININOTO.V, 4jand47 Jackjon-st., Chi
cago,
WANTED— A GOOD MAN I’UK KVKUY Kf ATE TO
sell our goods by sample: fair salary paid. LA
iiKLI.B MA.vro COMPANY. 9iClarK-st.. Chicago. ,
WANTKP— RNKIttIKTIC MEN OK OOOU AIL
dress can And employment In handling subicrlp-
U?U,.^K ,^.S»c, “»lTe territory assigned, cation
MUSES WaKUEN, iuj btate-st.
V\r ANT RU—TR AVE LB ltd FOR NORTHERN IL
>l llnvls. Indians, anil lowa lines on cotninUsldot
tnenirttvfllDgUielrowncipcnie. T.. care A. i*. nail,
at. Louis.
\KT ANTED—AN ENF.ROETIC CANVASS'
»f en •'imethlQgnewj will pay a salary to the right
mtn._ i-'d Wasningion-it., Room ao. *
IITANTED—A CAKVASSRIi FOU A POPULAU
T* mercantile work. A reliable man cau secure a
petmnupot and lucrative place. Address p s*j, Tribune.
HELP.
Domesilcit
\ttanted-a oooi) amt to do general
housework; nowashing. ApplyatltONorth May.
Y\f ANTED—a GIRL TO*1)0 GENERAL Jli/i/aK-
W work. Apply tUTTttedgwlck-st.
\\rAXTEU— A OIKL FOR GENERAL ROUSE
work: mud be a flm-clu* cook, washer rmd
Ironer; good wages. M Bomb Curtls-st.
SERVANT 0110.8 WHO ARB
not nirald to work, by MRS. TItUOK, at north
westerner Thlrty-nlnth-si, and Wabasn-av.
\VrANTKD-SWEDK OR NORWEGIAN GIRL FOR
> » general housework lu prime family; must Iw No.
1 cook. wa*her. and Iruner. Apply Itmuedlaioiy atbXl
Weal Washlagton-il.
)-A GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE-
Call at tu Vernop-BT.
WANTKU-SKCONiToiRL. GERMAN OR SCAN
dlnavlan, Inaantall private family. Apply at
27UOaUrlo-«i. ‘
\\T ANTED—SWEDE OR NORWEGIAN GIRL FOR
it . general housework: must be a No. I cook, washer
and Ironer. lor family of four. 3ti»Ka»t lodiaua-au
TIT ANTED—A GIRL FOR OEM KRAL HOUSEWORK
TT in small family at IH7 booth Paullnn-at.
WANTED-A BTOUT GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Inquire atitt Oakwood-placc. up
stairs.
WANTED— A TIIOItOUGIILV COMPETENT OIRL
fur general housework, to go to Riverside. Good
wages. Apply at 2U3 Uak-at., Wednesday morning
from utlll ll a. in.
\\TANTF.D-UERMAN OR SCANDINAVIAN GIRL
* f fur general housework at this W’est Congress-st.
Bring reference.
IV ANTED-A OIRL TO DO GENERAL HOUSE
it work in a family. 13b East Jacksun-at., two doors
east ul Clark, opposite now Government Building.
WANTED— A GOOD GERMAN UIRL COMPETENT
tu do washing. Ironing, and cooking. Apply at
mUhlcago-ttv.
W* ANTED-A girl to wash dishes, res
taurant 1M Dcarborn-»t.
WANTED-A CAPABLE NORWEGIAN OR OF.R
mau cook, washer, and ironer. Apply, with
reference, at 10. Q Wabash-ar.. after u o’clock Thurs
day.
WANTED—A GIRL TO DO GENERAL ROUbE
bulte (J TorKs 50,00 P7cP«ml to stay. 2117 Webaalt-ar.,
11TANTEI)—A GOOD GERMAN. BWEDE. OK NOR
TY wcglan girt for general housework: must bu a
good washcranu ironer. 47H West Wad:lngtun-st.
WANTED— GIRL TO DO GENERAL ROUSE-
work at if, »tantou-av.
Scoinntrcaocß*
VVANTED—PLAMKRB, RUNNERS. AND BAND*
ii vrsat Kuching Factory. IDA North Wulls-sc.
WANTED-A' TAILORESS ‘FOR MAKING ~AM)
Oulshluc pantaloons; good pay. KELLEY URUB.’.
224 Statu-st. •
Rurseis
TIT ANTED-A WKT-NUItSK AT.VJO JACK9ON-BT.,
TV third dour we«t of Ashland-av.
WANTED-A WET-NURSE; BTATK AGE. WHEN
tuuy born, wages expected, etc. Address oiu,
Tribune mhec.
Etiiploviucut Acencloiit
TtTAXTIjD—A KIRaT-CLASS COOK. ALSO. A
' • second girl. and a mine girl, for good private fam
ilies. Air*. WHITTAKER. 34dXurthClark-gi.
miscellaneous*
WAXTF.D-3 LADY CANVaSSKIIS TO SELL niK
M iihotographof thulau»Kt.-«cv. Bishop foloy.
COPELIN. 7ft .rtadUon-st.
' SITUATIONS WANTED.nAI.Bt'
Bookkeepers* Clerks* dec*
QITIIATION WAN lED—ACCOUNT HOOKS OPEN-
O ft), clotud. or examined, accounts adjusted. post-
Inc. etc., attended to daytime or cvuninr*. bjrua ex
pen. Address A. UUAaHKU, itooni ij. ot Wasblu.;-
tou-st.
iTiuiea*
QITUATIOX WANTED-TOTAILORS-lIY AFIUST-
O ulsai cutter. Address WATKUIIUItV, aoiuhwejt
comer Madison and Dearooni’Sts., Cutcagu.
Conchmen, Teamsters* &c«
QITUATIOX WA.STMJ-DV AN ENUUBIIMAX Afl‘
O coachmen, chorus. etc., and Is u practical gardener;
low wages; undeniable references. Address K SI. Trio
unc uittce.
BllNcollanooaDi
QITUATIOX WANTED-AH WAITKD BY AS* EX-
O gllabtuau in hotel or restaurant, o gu, Tribune.
QITUATION WANTED—TO GAS CUMFAMuB-A8
O superintendent, (ty u Party of long experience. wuh
best of refert nces, or will negotiate for lease ut small
works for ter mof years. ■ Andress 1* 77. *f rlunno.
SITUATIONS WA.TXED-gE.IIA
ROUIOSIiCU* "
QITUATIOX WANTKD-UY A COMPETENTGIRL
O todoKcnrral hoiuuworU Inn small family; wtllulvo
refeteuuc. Addre-tsOTH. Tronic uiflce.
SITUATION WAXTDD—BY A KELIAULK (IIIiLTO
dufiencral liouseworlc or ucuond work; nouihbldo
prvterrcd: good reference. _ Call at lab West Folk'll.
QITUATIOX ‘WA.STKD-BY’a GOOD. UKbFr.UT-
C> able girl to do second work or Beif-i' - -•* in
a small family. I'leavecail for two days at 11C0 SlatQ*
si., up-stalns near iweniy'fllxtii-uu
QITUATIOX WANTED—BY A GOOD GillL FOB
Q general liouseworlc ta a private tamtly. Please call
for two days at 7dJ Cutroll'ev.
QITUATIOX WAXTKD—AS FIDBT-OLASS COOIt
ij aud laundress, or generel tionsuwvrx. Aoply nl lA«d
Butc-su . •
SITUATION WANTED—ANY LADY ON KDUTH
Sldu wtslilmt a Qrsl-claus Danish kitchen girl, two
yuan'reference from last place, cull atTOdCuitags
Uruvn-av..
QITUAfjoN WANTED-UY A GDUMANQIIIL FOR
Osceoud work, or to lake care of a culld, murjwi
tlsu'a Apply atuai caiumot-ar.
QITUATioN WANTED-BY A CAT*AULU7PLItAS-
Oaut girl for second or General homework In sinull
|irlvule fstnlly; good reference. Address ITiTwuu-
SITUATION WANTED—JIV A WOMAN AO COOIC
m bvarding-houso or private famt.'y, or lauudry
work.
CITUATION WANTED—HY A KKLIABLB, COM?
Opctem, Ametlcau girl in a small private faintly,
adult* preferred, to do Ruueral housework! roferuucui
given. Apply at irjTMtciilußifav.
siITUATIOW'WASTED-HV AFIIIST-CLASS COOK
OaudMCondglrl In flr*t*cU*s famllyj bust of refer*
vncea Riven. _ •
CITUATION*WANTED—DY A oillL TO’uO (lEN-
O eral housework la asmalt private fautily. Deference
If required. _Apply for two days at Hau UuUcrflcld-sl.
CITUATION WANTED—RY A FIIIHTCLASsTMEAT
O and pastry cook lu hotel, restaurant. or boarding*
huiuc. Deference*. Call or address-lU7 Divisional.,
up-sulr*.
S“ If UATION WANTED—HY A FIItSTCLABB COOIC
lu hotel or boardlug-nouse, City reference. Apply
at lui West Laku st.. up-auir*.
SITUATION WASTED—HY A FHIST*CLAb» COOK
In ilrst-cloM private family, who la willing to assist
lu washing and mming! no objection to is private
boarding-house. Can be seen for two days at no North
bsugauion-su
CITUATION WANTED—DY A NOUWEGIAN. FOH
O general housework In American private family.
Calf or addrea* 107 Uucker-st., third-door, near MU*
waukeo-av.
CITUATION WANTED—UY A COMPETENT HOTEL
O cook. Cull or addrea t» W, WM Htste-sl.
Employment Agenciee*
CITUATIONB WANTED—FAMILIES IN NEED OK
O Rood Scandinavian or German female help can be
suppllad at ti. DUSEICH oflico, Ui3Mllwaukee-av.
JTlUcollttueous*
CITUATION WANTEIS—IIY AN INTELLIGENT,
O reHuedyuuDß Auiericau lady a* cuiupauhm or as
sistant, or cotnpiuiluii nud nurse, lu an invalid lady, or
nursery govcruiwss would do light housework aud sow*
Juki city or cuuutryi competent to nil either of tho
above situation*! Rood reference (I required. Addrea*
for three daya Mrs. DEAKIEN'S Intelligence uidcc,
didWalmh-av. .
CITUATION WANTED-HY A YOUNG LADY OF
O careful liablu and pleasing adilre«*sl* willing to
work at a moderate sultry. Addrea tMu, tribune.
CITUATION WaNTF.D-BY“a YOUNG AMKIII*
O can lady u teachoforßotcrno**! Iso oompeleul
Instructor and uiuslo teacher. Address U 73« filbuoe.
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form, Sit Cyclopedia Kent Thought* Ctnu. Dickens.
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Cyclojiedlu, «tl Horne*' Centenary llut.sry U. S„ *ut
Macaulay** Hlatory Kmtlaud, Humo'p History
EußluudT Ci- Hook* bought idowu-iUlraj at MIL*
LEH'b. IQJ Ma»ll*un-*t.
LOSV AND FOUND*
Lost - on 'nVKNTY-bKcoNij-sr.. aaturuav
morning, k gray oiuth collar iteloagloß m an uUteri
the flnd«r will be suitably rewarded by reUtnUag Itte
lOfdl'rairid'ar.
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