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THE KENTUCKY HORROR
An Interview with the
Murderer of Judge
.Elliott.
Ho 'Avows tlmt Ho Had De
liberately Premeditated
the Crime.
Belief that Buford Had Intended
to Kill Two Other
Judges.
lilt Brutal Carter of the Juasain—Comnents of
Ut loDhrllle Press on Ills last
Blood; llttil.
Louisville, Ky., March 27.—Dispatches to
the Courier-Journal late last uteht from Frank
fort were os follows:
CITIZENS* MEETING.
. Frankfort, March 20.—At n meeting of the
citizens of Frankfort at the chambers of Chief-
Justice Pryor/cnllrd In view of the death of the
Hou. John M. Elliott, on motion, Chief-Justice
I’ryor was elected President and John Hodman
Secretary.
On motion, it was ordered that Qcn. J. P.
Nuckols, tile Hon. Alvin Duvall, and Judge \V.
P. D. Bush bo appointed to request the Mayor
to issue his proclamation, ordering tliat all
places of business bo closed to-morrow, tbo
27th, In view of the great calamity that has
fallen upon the Statu of Kentucky iu the death
of Judge Ellottt.
Fall-bearers. -
-The following gentlemen'wore appointed as
pall-bearers; Gov. McCreary, Chief-Justice
Pryor, Judge Cofeer, Judge Hines, Judge Du
vall, Judge Lindsey, Judge Peters, Qcn. Hod
man, Qcn. Nuckols, Col. South, Judge Crad
dock, Judge Bush,' Grant Green, Hichard Hoed.
Other dispositions In relation to the burial were
made, and the meeting adjourned.
proclamation nr tub governor.
The Governor has issued Die following an
nouncement for to-morrow;
State of Kkntdckv, ExzcimvBDsPAnTHKNT.
Frankfort. Ky., March 27".—Tho announcement
of tho death or the Hon. John M. Elliott. Judsro
of the First Annollato District, which occurred at
Frankfort March 2d. IK7O, will cause sorrow and
regret In overy section of tho Commonwealth. Ills
long career of usefulness, and the many posi
tions of public trust which lie so honorably
filled, won for him tho respect end .con
fidence of tho people of the entire State.
As a citizen he was belovcd for his Integrity, pa
triotism, anu fidelity, os a Representative in Con
cress he was energetic, prompt, and distinguished;
and as Judge he was able. Incorruptible, and Im
partial, In token of respect tor UU memory, I
recommend that all the public ofllcos bo closed at
32 m., and remain closed tho residues of this day,
and that all the Slate officers ami their clerks at
tend the funeral lu a body.
James U. McCreeht, Governor.
NO LYNCHING,
There nnc no attempts whatever of lynching,
and there will bo none. Tho most hitter re
gret prevails throughout the Commonwealth.
TUB FUNERAL.
Louisville, Ky., March 37.— Judge Elliott’s
funeral was largely attended.
Dltualcn In Loulirlile Voiirier-Jmimat.
Frankfort, Ky., March 20.—1 n tea minutes
after Buford was taken to Jail your correspond
ent colled upon him and obtained the following
information:
Correspondent—“ Have you ony objections to
talking with me upon the subject of the killing
of Judge Elliott?”
Buford— I “None In the least; I will tell you
all about it.”
Hern he entered into the particulars of the
lawsuit lately decided against him In the Court
of Appeals, entitled “Buford’s Administrator
vs. Guthrie.” Ho went over the whole ground,
and said his sister, Mary F. Buford, had becu
robbed and murdered by the decision of tbo
.Court of Appeals.
Correspondent—“ Please give me the- particu
lars of the killing.”
Mr. Buford—” Oh, thqt Is easily told.
1 MADE UP MY MIND TO KILL HIM.
I thought on Monday I would kill both him and
Judge Pryor; but I thought of Judge Pryor’s
’ children, and took a walk to see if I could not
save Pryor on account of his children. I dually
concluded to do so. Twelve months ago, In
March ot April, I came to Frankfort determined
to kill Judge Pryor. I had twenty-four buck
(hot In a llaunol bag for him and somebody else,
hut I changed my mind.”
“ Correspondent—** Well, why did you change
your mind!”
Buford—” Judge Pryor knew all tbo particu
lars of my ease; ho know how my sister had
been wronged, and could have controlled thu
decision: but tho case was not yet decided, and
I determined to wait.”
Correspondent—•* Well, tell mo about tho
killing of Judge F.lHott!”
• ” Buford—l mode up my mind to kill him,
not because he was the first to decide tho case
sgalnst me, but bccauso ho
GAVE ME A JUDAS KISS.
lie came to me after the decision and said:
'Colonel, I did all I could for you.’ 1 knew
that was a Me. 1 knew the profession was against
me.”
Hero ho wont again Into thu particulars of tho
case. ami. upon being asked to tell about tho
shooting of Judge Elliott, said:
“My gun was loaded with twelve buckshot In
each barrel. I thought this morning I would go
HilDO-hunting. I met Judge Elliott and said to
him: 'Judge, I believe I will gosnlpc-huntlng;
won’t you go along ? ’ Ho said, • No.*
”1 then asked him if he would go and take a
drink, and raised my mm and pulled tho trig
*tr. It went off clear ns a bell. Ho fell upon
thu pavement, and then I was sorry. 1 loaned
down mid placed my hat under ills head. I
wished to treat him with as much courtesy as he
had shown In the robbery mid assassination of
my sister by bis decision. It was
THE MOST IGNOMINIOUS GAME
that my gun ever killed. 1 was arrested then,
am] gave the Sheriff a letter to mv niece, Annlo
0. Wallace. You can see tno leiter. 1 simply
Kave her all my estate lit law ami equity, amt
i»kcd to Du burled bv my sister. I did nob in
tern! to kill Judge Hines or Judgn Pryor. 1
killed Elliott to try my ease, to show that they
tuuld not rob and assassinate with Impunity.
Last week 1 was down tu Henry, and 1 knelt uu
mv sister’s grave and swore to gain this suit or
die with her. I know what 1 have done. I maUo
up my mind, mid 1 am readv to take (he conse
quences. 1 had a pistol In my pocket, amt In
tended to use it If the shotgun failed; but It
did not fall.”
hZLIBP THAT EUFORD INTENDED TO SILL TWO
OTilßil JUDGES.
This morning Buford culled at Judge Gofer's
tcßloeuco, »ml remained with him about three*
quarters of at) hour. Judtro Gofer’s room was
up-stalrs, ami, when Buford went down, bo
tailed to tho Judtro to come down and help Dim
w Had Ids umbrella, Mrs. Gofer, who happened
[o bo present, nut liking the action, went down
herself, mtd InimlcU him tho umbrella from tho
fH-'K. It Is believed bo went there with un Idea
pf killing Judge Gofer, and was only prevented
the presence of Ids wife. A short time before
be met Judge Elliot t he met Judge Pryor going
■a at the front entrance of the Capital Hotel,
he stopped him and said, *• Judge Pryor, have
lou anything aSalust mol” To which Judge
f/yor responded, “ Why, certainly not, Tom."
He then said something about Guthrie, but at
mat moment Col. Wulssiuger, of Louisville, took
Judge Pryor by the orm and naked (dm to go
*ud get some cider. The opinion la that, but fur
his interference, ho would huvu attempted tho
of Judge Pryor with Ida pistol.
A TALK WITH HUPOUD’S LAWtBIt,
tuuimlit Cvurler-Journai, March 37,
The case which hat developed' so tragically
•as been before tne Court of Appeals at differ
tut times fur some years. Mr. E. F. Trsbue.of
mis city, has been the attorney of Col. Buford
iu the matter fora year past. A CourUr-Journal
called uuou him last night to ascertain
the causes that led up to the murder. Mr. Tru
bue was familiar with the legal phases of the
Wsealone.
. " What Is the history of the case, Mr. Tra
buel" Inquired the reporter.
’ ‘On tho JUst of December, 1807," answered
f*r- Trabue, "George J. Howland and wife con
*eyed to Mary F. Buford u tract of land, com
prising 400 acres, lu Henry County, for SIO,OOO
**•*) and three notes of vendee,—one of <IO,W
!',‘d two of <0,250 each. The note of
■IO,OOO was afterwords paid, and the two
poles of $0,3T.0 assigned to James
Outhrlo, of Slieltiy County. Guthrie
brought suit on the lout two notes, ami n milt
to enforce Dm lien retained for lliclr security.
Mary Hnford answered, sotting up defects In
llu* title of Roliuni mid wile, and praying tliat
nor title lm perfected or the eontraul of sale to
her rescinded and the conveyance} to tier can
euled. A demurrer to that answer wan bus
(ufned. Subsequently the Judgment was re
versed In the Court of Appeals upon ft point
not touching the merits. Thu appeal was taken
In 18.0, and the Judgment was reversed April
21. 1873, At the following September term the
defendant (Miss llulord) (lied an amended an
swer, claiming unconditionally a resclston of the
contract and cancellation of the conveyance. In
March and April, 1873, deeds of confirmation of
title were tendered by plaintiffs, the pleadings
completed after the tiling of the untended
answer, mid the case prepared on the
testimony, and, after several changes
of venue, was Anally decided in Fay
ette County, Judge Hunt presiding,
for the plaintiffs. In the amended answer Miss
Buford set updcfccts In the title of the vendors,
and charged IhaLKowlnnd, ot the time of sale,
had fraudulently represented that the title was
perfect, and claimed that she had been unable
to soil or mortgage the land hy reason of the
state of the title, which was known to the com
munity, lint not known (o her, as she had re
moved to Henrv from u distant county (Wood
ford). The hind was sold in pursuance of the
judgment of the Fayette Court, mid bought by
the plaintiff In (he action for about $12,000, the
amount of the deferred payments (Miss Buford
1 hereby losing the $20,000 sue had already paid).
That ‘judgment was nllirmed by the Court of
Appeals In an opinion delivered by Elliott about
a year ago.”
“ You were then employed, Mr. Trabuc?”
"Yes. sir; together with flood mid Trabue,
of Frankfort. Wclput In o petition fortrehear
lug. which was granted during last May or June.
The case was argued on the rehearing last Octo
ber by Judge L. Hard and myself fur Buford,
and by Mr. Ilatwoud, of Shelby County, for
Guthrie, and submitted to ‘the Court. The
previous Judgment ot the-Court wan nllirmed
last Saturday, the opinion being delivered by
Judge Gofer. Such ts the outline of the ease.**
"Miss Marv Buford was the maiden slstorof
Thomas Buford, was she null”
"Yes, sir.”
" How aid ho come into the ease! ”
"She died In November. J 873, and her brother
was appointed administrator of her estate, with
the will annexed, by tho Court.”
“To whom did she leave her property!”
“To Ami O. Wallace, the wife of her nephew,
living In Woodford County.”
“You say, Air. Trabue, that the Howland
property was bought in 1807 br Marv Buford!
Was Thomas Buford one of the vendees in a
tacit woyf”
“That I do not know.”
“ What, theu, was Dm cause of bla zeal in the
case!”
"1 am unablo to say. Ho was very much de
voted to his sister.”
“ 110 was not mentioned by bor os a devisee!”
“No, sir."
“ Ills only apparent Interest in the case, then,
was simply Hint of a zealous administrator!”
“That was ail, so far aa I know.”
TUB ASSASSIN.
LniiliHlle Cnmmerclni, 3tarch 27,
Buford’s history allows lilin to bu a moo ut
terly regardless of law*, of his own life, or that
of others, when his vindictive passions were
aroused. Somewhere In the tittles Buford was
the hero of on niTray on tliu Lexington Fair-
Grounds, which had a great deal of notorictv
at the time. lie ami u gentleman named
Tnomas, of Mount Sterling, had quarreled, and,
meeting on - tliu fair-grounds, Immediately
opened (Ire on cacii oilier. Buford displayed
characteristic coolness and recklessness, chang
ing his position once while Thomas was firing
to avoid shooting in the direction of somo
Indies, and at another time deliberately taking
a pin from the lapel of bis coat and picking the
tvbo of. bis ulstol, which had tailed
to go off. tie «wounded Thomas and
escaped unhurt himself. A gentleman of
Lexington, named Ferguson, a rather noted
dandy of tlhu period, who afterward went to
Paris, married a French lady, and was known
among his acquaintances as “Count” Fergu
son, was keeping Thomas, who bred much more
and more rapidly than Buford, supplied with
pistols. A ftlund of Buford’s, according to our
recollection his brother, Gen. Abo Buford, en
raged at Ferguson’s Interference, made at him
with a bowie-knife, and, making a slash at his
throat, Ferguson ducked Ids head, ami the
knife shaved his beard, taking oil a good-sized
piece of bis sculp, which fell into the possession
of Mr. Mulligan. of Lexington, who exhibited
it for some time in bis store window us u curi
osity.
Another characteristic Incident of Buford's
career happened at the time when the. Three
• Colonels .were..editing, the Titnet,- , In ' this
city. Buford, for somo reason, had sent
a noted belle In this city, irom bis homo
near Versailles, a bucket of fresh sausage.
Theodore O’ilarn, author of the famous
“ Bivouac of thu Dead,” one of the Thcou Colo
nels, made the present a subject for ridicule In
bis paper. As soon ns the paper reached Ver
sailles, In the afternoon of the same dav,Buford,
taking a friend with him, got In his buggy, ami
by driving rapidly, ami taking fresh horses from
tune to time, reached Louisville early In thu
night. Reaching the Galt House, and going hi,
lie found O’Hara at the bar taking a drink.
Stepping up to him and inquiring as to thu au
thorship, O’Hara acknowledged it, ami Buford
at unco struck him. Thev struggled, clUichud,
and full, O’Hara underneath. O’Hara hud u
small pistol In his pocket, which he drew, mid
reaching around Buford tried|tu shoot him, hut,
his sense of humor prevailing over his wrath, he
gut to laughing so that ho could nut discharge
It. They were separated hotoro any damage,
beyond a good beating for O’Hara, was done,
ami Buford Immediately got into his buggy and
started homeward.
Another Incident,attended with worse results,
was his assault ou Mr. Ulysses Turner, of Wood
ford, a brilliant young lawyer, ami at ono time
a member of the banking llrm ofTavlor, Shelby
& Co., of Lexington. Buford had some business
controversy with him, attacked him, mid beat
him so brutally about the head that h 9 life was
despaired of, his health wrecked, aim his sight
permanently destroyed. Mr. Turner died only
a short time ago, after years ot suffering and
blindness.
His last violent exploit before the murder at
Frankfort wuh his delluneo of tho auttiorlty of
thu Sheriff of Henry in tho earlier stages of tliu
suit thu final decision in which was the cause of
his assassinating Judge Elliott.
TIIU iIUUDKUKD JUDOB.
Fr'im Oilllnt' lltttoru nf Kentucky.
Elliott County, It Is generally understood, was
numed In honorut thullon. John M. Elliotl, now
(December, 1873)a resident at Uwlngsvillu, liatli
County, mid Circuit Judge of the Thirteenth
Judicial District. Judge E.is n native of Scott
County, Virginia; was born May 10,1830; was
educated in the common schools of Kentucky;
studied law and was admitted to the liar in 1813;
practiced with lino success at Prcstonburg,
Floyd County; was a Representative from Floyd,
Pike, amt Johnson Counties in the Kentucky
Legislature In 1847; a Representative In the
United Btatcs Congress for six years,—lßs3-
1859: again elected Representative in the Legis
lature it-om Floyd and Junnsnn Counties, 1801-
’(53, hut, on an indictment lor treason having
been iound against him, with thirty-one others
(see Vo!. 1, page 07). Nov. (5, 1801,
in the United Btatcs District Court at
Frankfort, mid ho (although present from
Bept. 3 to Oct. 4) not having occupied his
scat during the December adjourned session of
the Lcglslatuac, the House, Dee. I, 1801, ex
pelled him for being •* directly and Indirectly
connected with and giving aid and comfort to
the Confederate army, repudiating and acting
against the Government of the United Ktotos
and the Commonwealth of Kentucky." Hu
had thus actively nulled his fortunes with the
cause of the South; was a memboi' of the Pro
visional Congress of the Confederate States,
which assembled at Richmond, Fep. 18, 1803,
representing the Ninth Kentucky District; and
a member of each successive regular Congress
of the Confederate States, representing the
Twelfth Kentucky District, up to the limn of
the downfall of tlm Confederacy—over three
years iu all. Its 1808, several years after his
return to Kentucky, he was elected, for sis
years, or until September, 1874. Circuit Judgo
of the district embracing Uath, Montgomery,,
Powell, Kstlll, Owsley, Lee, Wolfe, Morgan,
Kliuw, and Menifee Counties: was elected As
sociate Justice, Court of Appeals, In August,
1870. Just previous to nit election, Judge
Elliott moved to Catlutsburg, Boyd County.
TUB LOUtSVILI.B I'liBSS ON TUB HUUDBII.
InultrW* Courier-Journal (Dfin.).
Kentucky cannot afford to have such horrible
tragedies as that enacted at Frankfort yesterday
spread upon her records. The good name of the
tiiatn demands that the spirit which wrought the
murder of Judge Elliott shall be blotted out
through the length and breadth of the Common
wealth, its manifestation is too frequent: its
work is too appalling. This last atrocious deed
of dutiant lawlessness should awaken a public
senllmuut which will frown upon the free-hand
ed use of the revolver and the shot-gun, and
make the law unflinching and remorseless In
meting out Just puulsbment to those who be
come u law to themselves and make private In
juries, real or imaginary, the subjects of per
sonal and unlawful veugcanee.
Tho crime committed by Maj. Buford Is pe
culiarly terrible. His grievance was that Judge
Elliott, of the Court of Appeals, had rendered a
decision adverse to bis expectations. Buford
nut oulv determined to kill Judge Elliott, hut
Judge Pryor also. This is (ho first time in this
State that a party to a suit bus resorted to such
desperate means qf self-revenge, and It Is to he
THE. CHICAGO TRIBUNE s FRIDAY.' MARCH 88* 1870-TWELVE PAGES.'
hoped It Is the last. The cowardly shooting
which takes place from time to time In other
parts of the Slate Is the prodiictof drunken
rows or family feuds. In this case there was a
cool determination to nluy the grave exponents
of the law, when a decision had barely been
enunciated. Ihe crime Ij of im exceedingly ag
gravated nature. It wan nut committed In a
moment of Intense or sudden passion, or provo
cation. The purpose was formed In cold blond.
The deed was done Incold blond. Shall Mends,
or family, or Influence, or position Interpose to
shield the perpetrator of tills fearful deed!
That has been far too much the case In Ken-
Ivcky and through the South. That fact has
but given nervu and sinew tn the assassin's
arm, mid imperiled the peace of society. “ The
laws are hushed among arms," Is a true saying
with reference to a military necessity, but. when
arms hush the laws In time of pence, people
may well tremble for (lie future of the State,
There is talk In Frankfort of mob law to avenge
the death of Judge Elliott. We say, Hands out
Let it not be said that one horribly dcflantact
against tbo law is to be followed by another
lawless net,—nn act which, above all others,
says to the outside world that the law is shorn
of Its power, and that justice cannot bo funnel
for the searching In Kentucky. Let the perpe
trator of the fearful deed at Frankfort bo tried
mid Judged according to the evidence.
J.uultrllle l.'"tnmerctal (tieii.i.
The shocking assassination widen occurred. In
Frankfort yesterday will send a thrill of horror
throughout the country, mid bow with shame
the bead of every Kentuckian who has any true
love for the okf Stale. The deliberate assas
sination of a.Judge of our highest Court, at
midday, in the streets of our Capital CltV, on no
other provocation than (he simple, regular, and
Impartial discharge of olllclal duty, la the cul
mination of the lawlessness which Is making the
mono of Kentucky a by-word and reproach
among civilized people. This shameful and
horrible crime is not only the culmination of
lawless violence, but It ts the natural mid logical
climax of the long series of bloody arbitraments
of personal controversy which have passed un
punished into our records. When our condi
tion ol society and our public opinion allows
one tmm to shoot another with* practical
Impunity because his auger is aroused
against him, It Is * unreasonable mid
Illogical to bo specially startled because some
day (he man shot happens to bo a Judge of' our
highest courts. This Is a free country where
distinctions of rank count for nothing, and one
man Is as good as another, except In thuso eases
where he bus the "drop’’ on the other and is
consequently a good deal better. It Is not treat
ing a terribly serious matter with levity to use
the slang of the frontier, when wo conform our
customs to those of the frontier. And that Is
what we do. The low regard in which we hold
human life, the lax administration of the laws
against crimes of violence, the too frequent
habit of going about armed, the settlement of
personal dllllculllcs by combat instead of by
law, the respect accorded to men ready mid suc
cessful in maintaining their side of a quarrel
with the pistol, the Knife, or the shotgun, arc
all characteristics of a low order of civilization—
of the civilization of Europe In past ages; of the
civilization of the Albanians, the Bashl-Bazouks,
the Zulus, the Mexicans of to-day; the civiliza
tion of mining camps and frontiersmen: of
plainsmen mid the red savages they are strug
ling with.
if the foul murder of Judge Elliott arouses
our people to a perception of the essential
cowardliness of the bloody system to which he
fell a victim; if the shock of It opens their eyes
to see that we can only enjoy the blessings of n
peaceful civilization by enforcing all laws, and
thereby creating tt respect for law uml a habitual
recognition of 'law, there will bo compensation
for the shame tils death has brought upon us.
Mr. Buford has violated the law; the law
must bo put In force against him. The highest
Interests of the State demand that the operation
of the law in his caseshall not be Interfered with
from any motive, or In any way. He must have
justice according to the law, regularly, serenely,
Impartially administered. The whole power of
the State should bo used to hold the prisoner of
the law safe to answer to Its Judgment. Only
lu that wav cau we bo saved luruicr shame on
his account.
CANADA.
Dobnto In Parliament on tho Now TrtrlfT
Act—Changes Proposed, and tho Effect
Thereof—Continued Protests—Premier Mc-
Donald to Visit England—Lost Mall-Bags.
Sfitetal Dlsoaich to The Tribune,
Ottawa, March 27.—The house saMttl nearly
3 o’clock this morning discussing thu now tarlll.
Mr. Tilley gave a general denial to tho charge
that tho tariff discriminated against Great
Britain, but failed to support tho dental by satis
factory statistics. He dealt with the various
criticisms of tho tariff made In the .House and
elsewhere, ad seriatim, but -scaly . In, il general
manner. Thu Hon. Mr. Cartright said thu tarlll
was one of tho anomalies, and contended that
the Government had taken along step towards
causing** England to seriously consider
whether she should any longer con
tribute to tho expense of Canada
defenses, especially as Canada had deliberately
closed her markets to the Mother Country, not
withstanding that the latter threw her markets
.open to Canada. Ho deprecated Hie action of
tho Government In throwing down thu gauntlet
to 44,000,000 of pcoplu In the neighboring Re
public, who, notwithstanding all that might bu
said to tho cont rary, were undoubtedly Canada’s
best and natural customers.
Mr. Tlllev announced that tho Government
had decided upon making the following altera
tions In the new tarlll: Paradim candles to bu ft
cents per nound, instead of 4cents; sperm and
other candles not tallow to pay 25 per cent,
Instead of 20 per cent; Babbitt metal
to pay 10 per cent; buttons of
all kinds, 25 per cent ad valorem;
checked and striped shirtings, 3 cents pur yard
andls per cent nd valorem; cotton duck or can
vas and sail linen, 5 percent ad valorem; dried
apples la pay two cents per pound; all other
dried fruit, 25 per cent; hats, caps, and bonnets,
25 per cent; hatter’s plush, of silk or cotton, 10
percent; Canada plates and sheet Iron, i3J<£
pet* cent; Iron and steel wire,reduced to 15 per
cent; alt Iron castings to pay 35 per cent; gas,
water, and sower pluu of cast-iron, 35 pur cent;
rolled beams ami channels, angle T Iron, 15 per
cent; Iron bridgo and structural Ironwork,
safes, and doors for safes and vaults, 35 per
cent; wlrowork, skates, and locks of all kinds,
80 ncr cunt; lead pipe and sheet to
pay ollko 25 per cent; gloves mid
mitts of leather same as boots ami
shoes; oil-cloth to pay 80 per cent Instead of 25
per cent; pipe organ and sets, or parts of sets,
of reeds for cablnnt-orguns, 85 per cent; paper
pulp, 30 per cent Instead of 10 percent; prints
and colors ground In oil tA* any other liquid, 35
per cent; white and red, dry and bismuth, 6 per
cent; paper hangings nod paper calendered, 23Jtf
percent: lead-pencils, Soper cent; roiled sil
ver, 10 pqr cent: prunella cotton notiingfor
bools, shoes, and gloves, 10 per cunt; soaps, per
fumed, 80 per cent Instead of 35 per cent; wines
to pay three cents additional for each degree of
strength over 30 per cent of proof spirits, In
stead of 0 cents lor every live de
grees or less; Cologno-wntor, etc., to pay
a specific duty of 81.00 per gallon
andßo per cent ad valorem, instead of super
cent ad valorem; steel Ingots, bars, colls, and
sheets, railway bars, and lisli plaius to pay 10
cone on and after tho Ist ot January, 1831: glu
cose sirup to pay onu-lmlf cent per pound In ad
dition toßs per cent ad valorem; felt for hoots,
shoes, and clove linings, 10 per cent; barytes,
brimstone, crude, chloride of lime, cream of tar
tar In crystals, unit several other unimportant
Hems are added to the freo list.
From tho foregoing table JC will ho noticed
that few changes huvo been mode, us must of
the Items produced are additions to the sched
ule previously published, or are related to in
dustries whose claims wero previously over
looked.
The Government lias been stubborn, and the
grievances of the manufacturers who have
within the past four days waited on the Finance
Minister have in tho majority of cases been en
tirely neglected.
The duties on books and knowledge, the dis
criminating duties against Canadian millers
manufacturing lrum American wheat or oats,
the duty on oats, on corn-meal, on cool, un the
raw material of almost overv manufacturer, are
to bo reialued. Possibly the most important
change of the whole is the new clause exempt
ing steel Ingots, bars, railway bars, uml iish
plates, etc., from the operation of the 10 per
cent duty lilt on and after Jan. 1, ISSI. The
elteat of this will bo to admit all the rails for
the Valley Hallway and other roads under con
struction free, it will also give the contractors
un the Canada PaclUe Hallway sections now
under contract Die opportunity to purchase the
rails they require during the coming summer.
Special Pmmtch to Tho Itibun*.
JNGKKdoi-L, March 2L—The first fruits
of the National policy to the workingmen of this
town has been very disastrous. Messrs. Nixon
Bros., agricultural-implement manufacturing
company, and Messrs. Thomas Brown & Co.,
foundrymen, in consequence of the heavy tax
tilaeed on pig-iron, coal, and raw materials used
u the manufacture of their threshing ma-
chines, reapers, mowers, etc., have found It
necessary to largely reduce the wages of their
men, mid those employed by Messrs. Brown
have struck work. Nixon's men arc greatly
dissatisfied, and will soon follow suit. Dairy
men, who are obliged to par a heavy tax on
sail mid coarse cotton for covering cheese, are
disgusted with fhe new tariff.
Sneelat IJtipateh to The Tribune,
Ottawa. March 27.—'Thu Government, It Is
understood, do not Intend to repeal the Insolv
ency act, but will introduce an amended meas
ure. It Is Intended Hint all official Assignees
shall be recalled, mid tbnl Judges In Insolvency
ho appointed to deal with stub matters. All
compositions will bu made illegal, mid estates
are to be administered by the Insolvency Court.
A debtor will not bu ftblo toobtiiin bis discharge
unless by a seven-eighths vote of the creditors
am) three-fourths of tho value, mid It he cannot
obtain that lie imiot wait until the end of two
years before he can make an application to Ihe
insolvency Court. Tlicso are Ihu principal
amendments contemplated by the Government.
1). Walker, President, and A. Dixon, Score
lory of the Brewer'll Association,are here request
ing that the customs duly on malt bu not in
creased as proposed In the tariff, os no matt is
Imported, while It would afford the Americans
r. pretext for demanding an increased duty on
Canadian malt entering that, country.
It has been rurnored for some time that Sir
John Macdonald contemplates visiting England
this summer to consult the Horne Government
In reference to tho future relations of the Do
minion and (he Mother Land mid to ascertain if
any help may ho expected in tho construction of
the Canada Pacific Hallway. If Sir John
should go to England it Is quite pos
sible ho would point out the advantage Die
Canada Pacific Hallway would lm to Great
Britain in a commercial as well as
a military souse, although It is unlikely that
Die Homo Government would tnaku any money
grant tuwarus its construction. The other ob
ject—Dm discussion of the future relations
of the Dominion to the Mother Land
is guesswork. Nobody has asked for any
change in Dm relations. What is most probable,
should Sir John go to England, Is, tlmt ho will
gratify nn ambition, entertained for years, to be
sworn In as one of her Majesty's Privy Council
lors. After the Pacific scandal Sir John got a
hint tlmt henecd not be In a hurry In presenting
himself for Die purpose of hclngsworu In. Now
that he has been rehabilitated by being placedut
the head of Die Canadian Government again,
there can bo no objection to his being formally
sworn iu.
Special Ditpatch to The Tribune.
Montreal, March 27.—George It. Klngswcll
and Thomas Graham, of the Government Emi
gration Department, have arrived here Irum
England. They report that a large emigration
will taKo place "from England to Manitoba this
season. A number of gentlemen farmers with
large capital have already arrived, ca route to
take up extensive tracts of laud iu the north
west.
Tho number of mutilated metal pieces passing
current here Is a grievance, amt calls for some
remedy. Same parlies iiiukc It a business to cut
up oiil copper kettles Into pieces Die size of
ball-pence, and put them In circulation.
A short time ago ft leading wholesale drug
house received a ease of goods from Die United
hiatus. Their Custom-House clerk was intrust
ed with Die Invoice wnerewltU to pass the entry,
which was done. The Customs Inspector ut
Bonavonturu freight-sheds ordered Die removal
of Dio cargo to the examining warehouse, where
un indosurc not mentioned in the invoice, mid
ou which no duty had been paid, was discovered.
Thu Collector, being acquainted with the facts
of the case, ordered the of tho
goods, amf condemned Die firm to pay a heavy
line.
ffperiat Plijxilc/i to The Tribune.
Bt. John, N. 8., March 27.—The Post-Office
Inspectors of Nova Scotia hud Now Brunswick
and the Intorcolonial Railway authorities aro
trying to llml out who arc responsible for the
loss of four mall hairs containing a number of
registered letters which have cone astray amcc
January. Three of the Ti#cs were from St.
Johu; one for Amherst, one lor Truro and I'ic
ton, and one for Halifax, /The fourth hoc was
from Mennramicook for the,north. The amount
of money In the registered letters Is unknown.
•Sure fa I IMeiMeh to The Tribune.
Toronto, March 27.—Xtiis'utmouneed flint the
wrlta for tliu election of ,n߻ew Ontario Parlla*
meat will bo Issued In June, Alter tliu terrible
bunting the Reform party tfot in the election of
a now House of Common* lust September, It enu
Imrdly bo expected that MiVMuwat mid Lis eul-
Icocucs will t:o to the country with Hie llirlitest
hearts, ilad Mr. MeKcnr.ki been sustained, Mr.
Mowut’s chances of success would have been
materially improved. It la too soon yet to
speculate on the result, aUhouifb the prospects
are that Mr. Mowut’s paWrwlli he returned by
a working taajorlty. f; 1 . 1 '
MONTitu.vi., Mnrcli A. Murphy <Ss Co.,
leather Importers, have Ws-ycuded. Liabilities,
$150,000., . . '“Jf
i. 1L Jellvxnan, paper'bdL.,'manufacturer, has
lulled. Liabilities, giMO.ppd:
SEED TIME.
J)AKfVi ; A.
Bheclnl DHpatch td (t'fie Tiibune,
Stah Corner. Ciiiy Aro., March 27.—The
ground Is very dry, hardj* and Jumpy, it froze
iu that condition. Not lowing miy snow or rain
this winter, the soil does'ppt pulverize as usual.
Wheat Ims all none to market, with few excep
tions. Frost not out of the ground yet. We
have our wheat half sown. 1 There will be some
Increase this season In thrt "area.
Special OUpalch fo The Tribune.
Virginia, Union Co., March 27.—Acreage of
wheat will be lamely increased. Some wheat
sown. Frost not all out’. 1
MINNESOTA,
Sueelal Dtuvaich to The Tribune.
Fillmoiib, Fllhnoro Co., March 27.—Ilard
freeze early part of this week. Acreage of
wheat will bo lamer than last year. Onu-fourth
of thu old wheat unsold.
Svrrlal Dhnatch Jo 17ie Tribune.
Afton, Washington Co., March 27.—Wn put
In a little wheat two weeks ago. Weather
changed. Put a stop to all work. Ground very
dry. Recent freezes with light snows will help
n little. Hut very small amount of wheat left.
Wo snail Increase our area of wheat this
season.
IOWA.
Butcint nitjiaich to The Tribune.
WciißTEit, Folk Co., March 27.—Soring wheat
Is a scarce article. Seed is worth sl. Very
Illtlo to bu had without sending oil for It.
Considerable wheat was sown two weeko ago.
Thu sudden change In thu weather prevented
thu fanners Irum covering It and ft has hcen
exposed. Ground still frozen. Mure wheat
wilt he sown than hist year. Flax acreage
lamest ever known. Ground In butter condi
tion than for four yctup. Corn all marketed.
Gluttony Kovor ut a Discount.
J.omlnn I Tnrht.
The fact that the elief of tlie Duke do Noalllcs
Ims lic'eii decoyed Into the service of M. Gam*
heita allows once more the truth of that well
known dialogue by Huffman: “Fapa, I should
like to have your opinion on the choice of a pro
fession (" “My boy, i-should advise you to Im
a cook.” “A'cook I lint suppose there Isa
revolution, and no more great houses are kept!'*
“Revolution*!. I have seen more than one.
Kings have been beheaded; Princes, noblemen,
ami illsnmw mimed to beggary.' I have never
heard of gluttony being at a discount. Believe
me, my boy, he a cook.”
Tiiiriiauifornt*i;s,
IS mtU^f(TAL^ : 6»M<)irA^OITU'NUMKI<niM
L palnm* tlirtiuuliciitt the city, wo linvu established
Hrsmdi DUlcca in Hio different Division*, as designated
below, where advenUciucni* will bn taken for (ha same
price «• cniirired at the Multi (llticn. Hint will Ini received
mull h o'clock p. in. during the week. and until u p. in.
on tiaturdays:
J. Ai it. SIMMS, Huoksetlcr* and Stationers, 133
Twoniy-secoml-si.
t>. M. WALDUS', Newsdealer. Stationer, etc., iouo
West Madlaun-st., near MVsiern-av.
KOUKItr TUUUMnI’ON. Weal-sido New* Depot, i
Hluu IsluniDav., corner of lUlsled-sl.
11. C. DKUIIIOK, Jeweler, Newsdealer, and Faner
floods, 730 l.ako-st., corner Lincoln. ,
PEItSONAIi*
In fAli column, intta Unit ur Irst, 35 csnfi per bi<
urtton. Hack aiMlllonalltut, It) cents.
fJEUKONAL—A LIIIKIIAL IIKWAIU* FOIt TUB
J. oapera taken ironi safe <m routh Watur-at..
Thursday noon; no oucUluua asked. Address u 711
Tribune olUcu.
W ILL I.ADV" WHO HA'W OKNTLKMA>T6n AD~
»» ains-at., ncarthsle. about I o’clock Thursday, as
the wosgolng to Wabash-av.. please send address to X
73, Tribune otilco.
CAST OFF ITdIiTIING.
A Hour fIOING HACK IN TDK HKC'ONn-H AND
J\. clothing business, and being without stuck, lam
coinpclied to pay the highest cash price for east-on
clothing, carpel*, me. Ladles attenued to by Mrs. j.
Odder. Notice by mall promptly attended to. J,
UKLDEIL btMbtaio-il.
ZlAbll FAIII FOU CAST-OFF CLOTHING AT 1.
v> üBLDEit’B, hot fcuto-st. order* by mall prompt
ly attended to.
SBin AG >1 A€J|D INES.”
XIKW AND BKCON D-IIANdViNGBUS AND UTUKU
li Urst-elm machines at one-third value. Loon of
flee. l3sCmrk-*t., up-stairs, itootui.
LOST AMD FOUND.
LOHT-1F TUB FAHTV WHO I'ICKKD UF TUB
purse yesterday aftcriiuon. corner of Clark and
l(Hoaulpii-iu., dues nut leiurnlt immediately to 7 its
est Madtsua-su, the case will be given to lie Police,
as hell known.
CITV REAL ESTATES*
In Ihn column, Ihre* h*et or tut, 25 tend per in
itriion. Koch addition'll line, lOcentt.
T7OR BALK ORKAT RAUUAINH TWO-STORT
L ami biui-mcnt iirlcJc residence. swetMrnnl. on Flan
ton-nv., near riiirty-slxni-si.. f2,u*i: K>fJ. mi. and
H-tl Went Lake-si., two brick store* and one frame wltli
brick front, all rented at a fair luSpnentakP. SO,(XU:
two-story, basement. ami mansard-roof lirlrk resi
dence. stone-front. Cl room*. liatli and all modem Im•
nrovcmi-ntMin nangamon north of Van llnrm-it., wltb
lirlrk liani! threc-ilnry frame hulldlntc on Wmt Lake
near l.lncoln-ftt.. paying in per cent net: Una bust
iiom lot with brick building, corner daisied and Ttilr
ty-Amt-stas elegant lirlck residence on llclden-ax.,
14 rooms, no by I3d feet of ground: handsome eottaite
and lot on Warren-ax,,tl.f*x>: brick residence on Kne
lt. between Clark and Dearborn. octagon stone-front!
twostory and basement nrlck residence, on Irvlnir
place near I’ulk-st., S'J.euO; good business place-borne
and lot on Archer-ax., f t.rxx't cigar and tobacco store,
doing a thriving business, for sale, wltn (be place, at
SMai; boiiae nnd lot on Arcber-ax. near Halsted-st.,
splendid locality for business: nice cottages and lota on
Hprlnger-nx. near houtn hide llollliigxlllls. Sl.tru
each. Call and see me. KltNbf I’ltCaSlNU. 113 Itan
dulph-at.
I.HMt SALK—(IV .1. C. MAOILL. *) WABHINO
JL lon-at. N. It.—See Times (or a long lilt,
IIJu-AdJiniaod l.fncoln-si*.. a. w. cor.
flift—Adams Htid Woud-stt., a. w. cor.
A.a. w. cor. Is the place for a house with I>. R. and
K. on first door, atlordlng direct H. and K. sunlight In
the It ring rooms. Cali and see plans for such a bouse,
f tru-Aibland-ar., e. f., det-n lot. -j party walla.
1125—Aslilind-ax., e. f.. deep lot. near Van lluren.
|!Xi-Waihlng(oii-st.,nearlteyne-st., so ft, party walls.
IIOUSLH (KASV TERMS).
frctro-U. It. on nrst.fluor. octagon marble-front,
near Jefferson Dark: furnace and gas nxtuiea.
SamAre-Adams-st.. rear Jefferson I'ark. a well
built house, deep lot, fin or 7*l feet front, fine trees, etc.
CArsu-Jackson-st.. nice cottage, with wire screens,
awnings, and double windows, near 3 line* of cars.
Bll,ioi-r.7l Adsms-st., near Ashland-ax.. an ele
gant residence on which over Shu,non baa been spent,
exclusive of cost of a south front lot UfixliHi parlors
mid nn elegant Oral-door dlulng-romn finished In pol
ished hard woods: brick range, large Ire-house.
N. 11.—See a lung list In •* I lines'* of to-day.
iron 'salk-at' MALr”THKiirc6si or
1 any one of the three elegant stone residences at the
head of the urand boulevard, corner of ihlny-flflii
si., commanding a full view of the most Interesting
and fashionable drive of the city. Most desirable lo
cality for all limes to come. most dnrable material of
building, tasty and serviceable arrangement. Fur
particulars apply to tUNST I’llbSSlMi. U 3 Han
dulpb-at.
i;Olt BALK-OR REST—SEVERAL HUNDRED
I fort of dock property, fitted up complete with rail
road track, olllce, and planking, for lumber business.
For particulars lni|ulre of OEd. 1* DKRIDKSON. Aab
land-ax.. south of t'venty-tecond-n., or It.JI.MAbON,
4UDcarboru*s>, _____
Pit SALK—OO FEET - AT .sdUTIIWk-sT CORNER
Wasblngion and Oakley-sta.. with two-story frame
bouse, containing all modern conveniences; 15,uu:
easy terms. 11. FurwiS, Wtshlngton-H.
17011 FKF.T OF bI'LENDIO DOCK
i property, corner of Mouth Robey-st. i will l«ve very
uneap or might exchange. UAttSKTT * THOMAS
HUN, J7d lieurborn-*t.
T7OUSALK—AT a DECIDED BAIiOMN-DIR LLK-
L trtni itonr-front residence No. 470 Welt Washing
ton-st., netr Ada: three stories. basement. and sun
collar: furnace. range, ami gas nature* Included: lot its
al7ulvets lirnnc 76 by about 70 feel: thoroughly built,
with all modern improvement!. WJI. C. REYNOLDS,
1M Ucarborn-it., Room b.
IJOU HAl.K—tl.irb CASH—GREAT UAUGAIN-
L Neal miry ami a half frame six-room cottage No,
r>o Langler-av.. Jim south ol Thlrty-clghtli-sl.: lot 2U
17.6 to alley: U worth fi.DCO; »ewer. ga*. water, and
pavement. D. W. I’OITKR. HO Dearborn-sU
I?OIIHALE-I.OT40X10< ON WAHAStI-AV., NEAR
V KlgUiecnlh-*l.. at a bargain, D. o. HAMILTON.
Room I, its south Cltrk-it.
17011I 7011 SALE—MONROE-BT.. 100 FEET WEST OF
. I’aullna. i6xi:gj feet, rcry cheap for cosh. A.
HLAKk, (W 5 Mndlson-st.
BVBVBBAN HEAL. ESTATE*
17011 flE RESIDENCE aT GLENCOE FOIL
I incrly occuled hy Pres. S. C. llarllett; baa 17 room*,
bath-room, cemented cellar, furnace, well, cistern,
barn, etc.: lot about t’Ja acre*, with nbadctrec*. large
und amall fruit* In abundance: only three minutes* walk
from ilcoot. cmircli. or lake. Tim property can be had
at n bargain and on easy terms. Mt.Au 4 COE, uu La-
Balle-H.I
COPKTHV.nEAL ESTATE* .
; T?OU BALE-I WILL'SELL A 'GOOD OR A lIToR
L atock farm of 100. too. or avi acres, half a mile
from this village, and eheesotfactory. so cows. i&>)
sheep. 4 horses, all (arming tools, good bouse, large
barn: all slock fed In basement: living water in yard:
farm weU watered und fenced: possession given at any
timet will sell any or all personal property with farm,
at a low price on ten years' time at 7 per cent hy having
a reasonable sum down. A good farmer cun make tlio
farm and stock jiay balance. Reason for selling, lam
70years old. SIDNEY ALLEN, Allen's Grove. Wli.
[?OR BALE—WiO-ACitK FARM ON CKDAEt 111 VKit,
. Menomluce County, Mch.: wilt cxchanacfor unall
farm within tio mile* of Ciitcaeu, or city property.
Adore** \V. 8. lIAKKIt, H 5 Hnndolph-it.
HEAL ESTATE WANTED!
\\7ANTED—TO (IUY-WE HAVE CASH CDS
»» tomcr for limue amt lot. worth from $4,0u0 to
f .1,000. or vacant lot on Wabash. Michigan, or ITi trio
ov., between 'l wentj-accoml ami Thlrty-flfth-iu.
Call or adilrecs TUKShIt & UuNl). 103 Washington.
UOAIIDING AND LODGING.
South siao.
Q TRIBUNE BUILDING—RELIABLE PEOPLE
•J wanting flnt-claa* itonrd, either in private Uinlllca
or in me beatboanllng-houfte*, con not fri'o Infoni.a
tlouat the ROOM-RENTING AM) HOAItDI.SU EX
CHANGE, ROOM 3 TRIBUNE BUILDING.
I A U STATE-ST.—KIUST-CLAS3 TABLE BOARD,
XxD $4 per week.
7X'f~ MICHIGAN-AV.-—DESIRABLE PURNI6IIED
I crjc rooim, with or without tmiml.
Nortb Slao.
X AND 7 SOUTH CLARK BT.-FmST CLASS
*J beard. *4 to *« per week, with uio of alaao and
bath. Day board, *:i.."<o.
91 71l,LIN(US.‘ST.-FIIiSf-CLAKS ItOAUD. WITH
-ji.l room. Situ {’.per week; Uve minutes' walk
trum fetntc and Madhoa-aia.
aotoxa*
/■ILAUBNCK HOUSE, CORNER STATE AND HAR-
V_/ rlxuti'dts., live blocks south of tbo Fulmer House—
)co rooms; beard nmi room per day. si..'*) to s.'.oh; per
week. fdtuslU: (urulsliud room*reined without board.
ONOLISH HOUSE, *JIVfrfAST WASTiTnoToN-ST.-
J_j sinalo warm rooms. #ESO to fd.no per week. Twen
ty.one-meal tickets._f:i.so. Tntimlmm. f I per gay.
BOAJCD WANTED.
BOARD-THE IHUIANI) FRO.m'tHE REST CLASS
or people (ttnmly bnihie»a-incn) for tlrM-cla'*
board and rooms U tnetcnMnj: every day, sad we cannot
mpply the demand trum the places now ou '.tanU.
'Jlioto wum hut iHturdcra or roomers should call ua ha ut
once. Private fumllle# can leave descriptions of their
necommodalien* with us in confidence, with the as*
MirniKu ilmt they will be shown only to such >u Kiev
desire (u at rommo.laic. We will call when requeued,
ll.'liable peuyle only. Reference* required. room
RENTING AM) lIUAUUI.SU EXCHANGE, ISoom a
Tribune ilnlldimr.
HOUSES .AND CAKEIfiAGES.
F”' OiThAI.K-TWo'cAUB GOOD'DRIVERS AND
draft hoiacs.Juslreceived from Iowa; some choice
licavy. cull onil. C. HoFKINS, stock-Vardi, 4141
Imlncd'Bt.
IVOU”s.virK-OSE HAV TEAM. WEIGHT C.7i«J
1' pound*. Bound and nit rltflit. Call at Watikk-tfun
Home, ISA West Lnkest.
1?OK nAI.K—A FINE FAIR OF COACH HOUSES
In rear of S 7 South Jcgcrhon-Bt.
17011 KALE—HOUSE,'iMIAKTON, AND HARNESS.
i. Lady eu» drive ll.jifl West Monroe-tt. ■
17OR BALE—IHIRsK, LIGHT foi* IHUKIV (NEAR
i ly newt, and harneu. ilurac an excellent traveler.
I have no u*e fur llienii will aell low. Addrem y so,
Tribune olllee.
*I*OF FH A ETON'S. BUGGIES. EXPRESS, DELIVERY 1
L wu«un». and Imrm'Mfor Bale very cheap at ,1. K.
KMEiU' a CO.'S, uni Wu«nlm;tun-gt.
WANTKD-'a LIGHT WAGON OK lumoV
lit cxelisnite fur el«ar» or liquor*. Apply m Honor
•lure, 17H West Raudul|iti.«t.
\\TK HAVE A KFLKN DID STOCK OF CARRIAGES,
1 > ehaeioui.nml liukblcb, Including landau*, coupe*,
4 and 11 Beal ruckuwny*ut dcairublv myio, at very low
pnct-B. AUu lot ui seuud-lmud vehicles. F. L. buITII,
alia Wubaili'nv.
WANTED— A SECOND-HAND GROCER'S DE
llvcry wniteii, with eunviw coven 11:1111 bj la
geodorder; plairenn apilna preferred. Slam lowest
chbli price. AddrcM It m, Trilumu oitlco.
JtIESIOAE.
17XTRA BARGAINS—ELEGANT DECKER PROS.'
la Fiaaußl llrlillaiit Mailitulick*! Fopular IVbbo
Fiuitos! Hwcct-ioncd Eaiey Organs 1 Flanu* and or
unit* at nit |>rlc( < *~ a ii(| uu liberal lunuf. uv SIOUV A
CAMF'e. tdß mnl luobime-Bt.
■V BVT
1> UFRIGHT FIANOS.
Second-hand (IFKIGIIT FIANOS.
NEW MH'ARE FI.VXttS, <
Second-hand BUU.MIK FIANOs.
NEW DUGANS.
BeciMid-liKlid ORGANS,
ra*h or monthly payment*.
Lartf'Mt Block hi ttui city to acluct from.
Every miw huiruinciit warranted fur five year*.
Sei'iuid-hand liiiirumvntN lukun la cxcimiuje fur new.
American, l-'rencli, Gcrmoii, and Svamilnavluu ialc«-
meu iu accuiiimudsitu cu»iouicr«.
W. W. KIMIIALI.,
Corner Mate and Adanu-BU.
CTEIN’WAV A BUSK' LATEST GREAT AORIKVK-
O tiiciU Ib the production of nil arllalk-Blly'de»lKueil
purler uruud pluno, Binaller hi »lzo than a Bijuum, yet
pii»»e»hH.’ tile (Htivcr, touch, and beauty of lone of
iimlr former lariteit-«lted uramt pUiiub. ThUnuwin
■irnmcnt nccupli'* umaldcrubly leai »niuo thua Ihe
BOium form <>f plane, and, la addition to ill umiueß
tluiml miiiical ailvniiUiN'i over Dial tiyle, iKnteuein
atrlkhntly hundaoiae and clcumil i-xirrlor. which no
amount of upnaiiicuuilen eaa impart 10 ■ Biiuure plane.
LVON n IHvALV. Sum mid Mouroe-HB.
IIOUNEIIULD GOODS*
ATTENTION lIOUSKKKKFFUs-rtFIUND OF IB7H-
The Empire i'arlor liudsiead Company. :wi ami ;w:i
Must Modtson-sL. are selling furniture. carpets,turret.
cr«i kery, end all huuselioid guudi. at prices lower Ilian
tin* luwesuor cash, or on Insultnientsi largest slock;
latest siylesi superior itualitv: lowest prices. Houses
innilsiied throughout at a day’s notice, tasy terms,
and mimro dealing.
AT TUB UNIOX FUUNITintK CO., WEST
Madlhoii‘*l-. complete outrtta upon apcelal-pay
meat plan; household goods ut over/ description.
FOItNALb,
FOU SAI.F-CIILAI'-DIhTIU.KItb-DNi: COFW'lt
still. 1.300 gallons. column. noose. 11 worms, and
tut of pipes, 4. WAUUKIt* Sufi, Detroit.
17011 HAI.K-VKHV CilBAl 1 . DUOCKUV Fin UHBij
t In aioru at e:u Modisou-st.. consisting of refrlgvra
lor, counters. cornice. shelving. drawers, and bins, all
In good order. A. lII.AKK, olis_Madl«un-»t..
STOIIACE»
CTOEIAOK FOIt MKItL’UANIVIbK, IIUUUIKS. FUU
wi nituru, etc. 1 cheapest and best lu city. Advances at
10 p. c. per annum. J. C. a tI.FAUUY. ion tv. Monroe.
‘ ~ KiMlkh.
F‘tAblPi*AlD FOU FIIIVATKVniUAItrKS OK SIN-
W glo volumes. Huy bowks of all kluus In any ijuauU
ty. CIIAI'IVB. corner ■udlsonaud Dearborn-sts.
WB lIAVK 815,«*X) WOItTII OF WOOIMVOUKING
machinery, steam engines, and supplies that wo
will soil at cost. C. L. ItlCi. A; CO., 317 l.ake-at.
” ' lIUII.DIKU MATEHIALs
T?OU SALB-UUILUING HltlCU, IN ANV. OUAN-
X 4 iliydcslrpd. F. J. &BXTON, bSaadeuFAcThc-AV.
to hi:nt.iioi;se!>.
In thli column, three Una nr la », 33 unit per in
tertian. Rath additional line, 10 ttntt.
(Veit Blao«
T O .. RBNT—FURNISHED. A ID-ROOM RRTCK
J house. with ill modern Improvements, toßcihrr
with harm located near Monroe and Wood-sts. t price.
»Vi. Apply t<» CHAU. A. KKUFODT & U>,. M F.iU
WuhlnßtoD*it>_
IV) REST—P'I.WARUEN-AV. t PARLORS, DIN ISO*
room, andocftchen on main floort nl«o'j3H and m 3
Monroe-st, i seme style of (iou*«l poisesslon May l. 11.
I’OTWIN. OJ Washlngton-st.
TO RENT—ftd"rElt MONTH—TUB ELEGANT
L marble-front house S9I West Jackson-il.: parlor,
dining-room. and kitchen on Oral floor! all modern im
provements. Inquire at l.xi Dearborn-*!.. In hank.
f ro RENT—THAT FIRST-CLAB3 IIOUHB.HO7 WEST
1 Jackson-il., near Cculre-av. tla moms. modern
ImnrnTeniL-oti. hot and cold water, haaloa. mantels,
gat-fixluirs, havtwoom. laundry, attic, barn, lame
ground*. Inquire on premise*.
TO RENT—BI 3 PER MONTH-FINE TWO-STORY
1 brick house*, fit Irving-place and tn Rarrnrd-sl. i
also, 3 story frames, in and O' • Harvard-il., a
ilory brick. 33 Orcnshaw-tt.. fil'd: fine brick store. 4.13
ASeMern-ar., fiki a lame rooms over same. Inqulreat
3*3 Wcstern-av.
T<) RKNT-fan AND *ll RKSPKCTIVkLV-FINB
I 3-itory and biicmrnt brick houses. lOdfl and 1034
BenAdami-iu. Inquire of W. OUAV UROWN. mod
Men Van Uuren-st.. nr Room m. »7 south Ciafk-st.
South side*
TO RENT-lI7M’HAIRIK-aV., UETWEEN TWEN
-1 ty-filth and Twcnty-slstU-sU. A flrst-claM double
brlrk dwelling in stood repair: very large and conven
iently arrsnurdi hnck liable: lot mo feet front.
tuts and hr«l4 Mtchtßan-av., 3-story frame houses, be
twecnTwenty-ilaib and Twenty-elKhlh-iis.
HR VAN I.ATHUOP. i»4 Dearborn-si.
TO RKNT-ntM WAHASH-AV.. -WILL Rl. PUTIN
I Rood order. OODKN, SHELDON 4t CO., southwest
comer Lake and clark-tii,
rPO RENT—FURNISHED ON MICHIUAN-AV..
I north uf llartDnn-M.. fronllnß the Lake .shorn
Park, a first-class house with all (he modern improve
ments. Address R 00, Tribune ofllce.__
fPO RENT—f33PKIt MONTH-FINE 3-hIOUV AND
i bstement frame houie. IH3 Thirty-sccond-st, In
nrst-cu,* order.
fpO RENT—33 OROVBLAND PARK, OPIVISITE
1 Univcriliy—Mi-i'3-story housr-i modern Improve
ments: very convenient to steam and street-cars. Own
er, >37 Vlocenues-av.
r PO RENT—IO‘O MICHIOAN-AV. AND «7» WA-
L Paah-av., with modern cuuvc-nleucus. D.U.HAM
ILTON. 13d South CUrk u.. Room l.
rrORENT-TO DKSIRARI.E PARTIES, HOUSE OF
I eighteen room* on ITalrle ov., near I wemy-nec
ond-st. Rent taken In iniard of three ticriuns. Inuulre
uf N. UUOLO A SON. klMsiaid-st.
fVortla side*
M’O RENT-PWKLLINO ROUSES 330 AND 3«3
1 Huron si., corner Iluih-sL.at friusmi w per monthi
desirable location. OUDUN. bIIELUUN 4c CO., Miuth
west comer Lake and Clark-st.
»PO UF.ST-A VUSST-CUASft'a-STOUY ASIMJARR*
1 tnent brick. 3«J3 Otilo-at.t all modern improvements.
Inquire it:i47Ulno*t. after o p. m„ 01 at 20 Chamber
ofj-'ommerem U. F. BAXTEIL
f rO RKNT-fIIiTa.BTOHV'AND BASEMENT CS'.X
i 4*r slonc-front lionao 27H Clhln-ir., residence of
Bishop Foley,decetkcd; furnace and first *clum in ever/
partlculan rail uf Mite-sl. and ten minutes' wait
from Madl«on*«lt choice neighborhood, and not for
boarding. Apply at 2w)Onio-n.
rpO RENT—fO'»—TW(>BTn RY AND BASEMENT
X brick, modern Improvement*, un Dearborn-av.
Dearbchlllcr-su PETKRaON A liAV, 108 Itoudolph.
Suburban*
f PO BENT—AT EVANSTON—BBICIC HOUSE OFII
X room*. In aline locations has hot and cold water,
bath-room, furnai-e, speaking-tube*. pa*, etc., with
c»rrlagß*houac. WM.BLANCHARD. 242 South Water.
r |*o RENT—SUBURBAN HEAL ESTATE—A VEUV
1 desirable honre and lot In Evanston, at low price.
Addrca* tf 7P« ‘i rtbnne ofllce.
VO UCJVT—SToiIES, OFFICES, dec*
Stores*
'PO HENT—SOUTHWEST COBSP.B OF MICIII*
X pan-tv. and Madlson-at., iMtorr brick building,
3j feet front.
.J (JUIIM
l.vi ana 150 South Clark*it.. aft-story and basement
stone-iruntuulMlng. Uuxll.t feet, between Mndlsun and
Monroe-si*.; large ihuw>wlndowi; to bo rented entire
or divided. HU TAX LA TIIKUP, i>4 Ucarborn-st.
rpo BENT—FROMM AY~ PElf MONTH." DE - *
Xailrable itore* In building northwcit corner Van
Boren and SLcrraan-»ta. inquire at 133 Dearborn-it.,
In bauk.
fl’O RENT—FIRST-CLASS STORE, 25X70 FEET, IN
X Thumpaon Block, on Wcat Madlaon-at.. oopusltu
Canon A Pirtu; huiinei* centre of the West side: plate
rlhm front, and lutiaule for any nrst-claa* hnilncai;
from May 1. WILLIAM 11. THOMPSON, 2.'U Weal
M&disun-at.
T’O KENT—STOBE AND BASEMENT NO. 103
Ktate-»t. i iHxicuton at once. Apply to GKo.
MCHULS. MO MadUoa-at.. Roomy,
rro” RENT—I3O PER MONTH-PINE STOKES.
1 with room*. In rear Nos. Ciu West Madlaou-il. In*
quire laJ Dearborn-ai.. in hank.
'HO BENT—STOKE. 233 AND 241 LAKK-ST.. 43x170,
X four aiurlea. with suam engine. Inuuiro of
C. H. CAltl'fcN
r |M) BEST—STOUK ON CLAHK-BT.. NEAR MON*
I roe*it.. irom lit of May: reut. s3,hoj. Address
X 77. Tribune olllcc.
f|’o BENT—STOBE J2fl SOUTH CLAUK-BT. D. U,
X HAMILTON, Boom l. uo Clark-U.
Offices*
f PO RENT—BOOMS' SUITABLE FOB OFFICES OR
L light manufactures. I). O. HAMILTON, Hoorn 1,
I2d boutlitlnrU-«t.
Miscellaneous
fPO RENT-GRASS LAND. I*M ACHES. INRRCS. 20.
X 34. 13. GAIt.SKTT&THoMASSON. 170 Dearborn.
WANTED TO UEM.
\\7ANTED—TO KENT—A HOUSE WITH SIX OR
»» eight room*, with a barn lor two horses and yard
fur out* wagon: about tr> initiates’ drive (rum I’oat-Of*
lice: wilt jiav promptly lu advance every niuulb. Ad*
, dress o a, Tribtmu ottlce.
WANTED— TO RENT—A FLOUR OK NOT LESS
than live room*, east of state, between Sixteenth
and Tlilrty*ilm, luttablo far housekeeping; possession
warned at once: reference* exchanged. Address t;iu
I‘rulriu-av.
WANTED— TO RENT-MOUSES, COTTAGES
stores, nnd lofts In nil purls of Uiucltv. Tbs do*
mand In very emit. PIERCE & OUTIIET. Real E*tute,
Renting, and Collecting Agency. lug Lusulle-st.
WASTKD-TO RKNT-RY A GKNTLEMAN. AN
unfurnished room within (hi minute*' walk of
Wubasli-uv. nmt Monroc*st. NVouUI like a carpet on
the Hour. Addres* X 70, Tribune oillce.
WANTED— TO RENT-WE HAVE SEVERAL
tenants who desire to rent houses from far, to
S7A per month. TURNER & DOND, log Washing*
lull'll.
tIMA.UTAL.
i DVANCKS MADE OS DIAMONDS, WATCHES,
,/V bonds, etc., at LAUNDER*' private oftlct*. lit) Ran*
Oolph*st.,tiearCTark. Roomsfi nodtl. Kstabllalied IHil,
Any soM-f.v> tos'-00-to loXn‘on’"fuksi*
turv, piano*, etc., wltliutit removal. U. 11.
WALKER, IM Deor<Kiru*st.« Room A.
ANY AMOUNT* TO LOAN ON FURNITURE, I’D
anouetc.. without removal, at lowest rates. C,
11. WILMLS, biDi'arbuni'sl., Room It.
CASH RAID FOR OLD GOLD AND* bILVEH
Money to man on watches, diamond*, and vninaolut
of every description at UUI.IHMID'b L.iau mot IliuUoa
OtUuunceu.edi.jrJ East Ma.llsoa-st. Eilaliilstied I*JJ.
I OASS MADE ON*FURNITURE,"!'! ANO.*L life*,"
I* without removal; nl*o oa other good seeuritles.
Isd Dearuutti’Si.. Room 19.
AJONKY LOANED tIN' FURNITURE, ’ i»|ANOA,
ill. machlitety, warehouse receipts, and any good col*
lateral*, 137 East Adams-st., first door,
MONEY TO LItANTINVuUNITI’RtrWAtIEHIIUJrK
tecclpls, machinery, nmt other good collaterals.
JAMES 11. MORUV, h» LaSaUcjst.. Room 71.
TVIONEYTO LOAN ON DIAMONDS. WATCHES.
It I Jewelry, and other good collaterals. .1. .1.
OWEN, I‘rlvaU* Ranker. 81 Laaalln-st.. Room 31.
XjICKKLS AND I'KNNIES CAN 1«K R.Vil IS EX
Ji change for currency at the counting-room uf Hu
Tribune.
CILVEIt l!» AND N) CENT PIECES IN PACKAGES
O of cm In cxchangn for currency at coimtlnkTooni
uf Tribune^Coiiil'imy.
WANTED— TO IrTrROW #:«»• FOR ONE YEAR
on property worth sJ,ooo (on leawd ground) out*
side Givcltyt will payUper cent |>er month. X 74,
T’tlbuußUJUca. _____
<Ef I firm TO s2u.imt—MONEY TO LOAN *T 7
•UjL.'.MJU and h tier cent on Chicago improved
property. ERNST IMUjHSMi. IVI Itsinhitplpsu
AND GTi.lfu AND LARGER
real estate nt lowest rates. TURNER & IIOSD. Itrd
WHshlnglon-sl, _
gj.T i »niTl)6wN in Vi.uuTO loanon Flits r*
iJjrJ.WL/lf chw*eliy linimned ui rojimmblo ruim
nit emiiulnlon. Address, with description, Q as.
'1 rllmnn oillce.
C*i>r /Hill TO LOAN ON IMIMIOVK1) FAII.MS
OwtM'UU and city Improved, at h jut cent liner*
v*t. W, I'. IUCKINsos. tnj and UM Woshlimtou-d.
U(JSI(V£SS 'chances.
AI'AItTV Wmi CAI’ITAL IS WHOLESALE
provision*: brand well established itml business
fairly profluhb*. Address fur a lew day* HAMS, curu
of Carrier No. a, Chicago. .
AIIAIt.ItOAD I’HOTOQHAI'IItO COACH, Ut»xso
feet. good condition, fur sale. For particular*,
Unite meaning business. address. with siamp, Dux 737,
Davenport, lu.
|?Olt rtAl/K—oSK OF TUB FINEST I'HOTOOltAl’il
A galleries In the elm all on around Hour; pert
down, rati un time. HULL, ITU Bail Madlsou*ii.,
Itoom 5.
nilUO KTOIIB F«lt BALK: LOCATKU,
X nil© residence section, expemes low, paring hand*
lumelyt abmit 11,'Juu raiulred. Uareehaiiue. X 70,
Tribune oillce. ;
Y.’Olt BALE—f'di ■'<<*> STOCK GESBUAL MKUCII AN*
X cllie; good puce foronu or two men to daft tiuil*
lies*. L. McCll.W, Casey, la.
l.’Olt' BALE-A GOOD CHANCE >OU ANOIAN
I (hat wants tunny mu a good corncrgrocerys calU*
faculty renaon given (ur aulUtitf. Curuer o( twenty*
ulntUuml limterfleM-.ia.
Foil BALK—CUBA I* Foii - CABn—THB IUOSIT OF
Cook County fur the cumiilelu aluve-llnimr. »omn<
lltliur uew uml valuable. U U 7, Tribune ullloe.
1?« U BALB-IIAUDWAIiB STOCK. FIXTUUKbT
X aod k'ood will of one of the bell retail (lore* un ilia
sunlit bide. BtiablUhed twelve yean, and doluf uood
bUklne**. Apply at Util bUte-it.
TJ*LOUIHNU MILL Foil KALE—bTEAM roWhK.
X 1 four rum of Hone, main bulMnui ifrantet .luxtw,
with brick l>»»ement. brick esiklne*roum.
ivx.io: bulldluuflud uiichlnery now, new nroced,eoni
i>lelo In all roi| otl»i locmed in a Uouriiliiiui town In
uealurn lowa, at Junction of three railroad*! fuel
diet lit dolna a aoud liudneid will »cll ha>f inierud ur
Whole. AddreMflAYNK A KKV. Cuimclt Ulnifa. In.
I^OU'”SALE—SALiKi'n AND lIKbj'AUKANTi A
i 1 puod location, opjiodlu Wed Mdo Market. IJiWcil
liaudolph il. _ _J _
\\rANIBD-A IC\i:VNKU"WITH SI.UUCASII TO
It Join mo and uiukoufortune lu twelve mouth*,
mrc. t:*a v>aiiiliik«ou(t., iiwmliL
i'6 EXCIIANUB.'
I?XCHANGK-G(I0D HEAL ESTATE SITUATED
l a In Lamar or lied Illvur County. Texa*. for a »iock
of dry youdi. uiot erlci. ur boot* amt »boe*i will pay a
part ea«h. Ab»ir*e(» of title luruUbea. Addrc** W.
J., Luck-Hot 114. I'arla, Texat.
'PO EXCIIANOE-HOUBK OF II UU'OUS ASH
X larau lot at South tuulowood, clear, fur city prou*
erty l wlu auuuc. lUOMAB KANt, ias Waba«u*ar>
-
In thlt eoiumn, three linn or let*. 33 cent# per in
union. Each additional line, \o ttntt.
IlookkcoDcra* Clorlts, &n«
VST ANTED—TWO FIRST-CLASS DRY GOODS
V» salesmen: aim two ladles: mutt ipe.tk German.
North Hldu New York Store. 373-87? l.amth-ivM.
WANTEb-YOUTIIi MUST UK A OliOO i K.v
man, quick at figure*. and come well recom
mended. NICQI.L tun tailor, corner Clark and Adami.
WANTED— A TIIOUOUfim.Y COMPETENT. RE
liable bookkeeper and corrcipondcnt. mew ref*
erenecaaod salary wauled. Addrcsa KS'L Tribune
VV CLERK OF TWO Olt Til >m£
»J years’experience! small salary! Herman prefer*
red. Address tu-qny X ?j. Tribune office.
WANTED-A DRUO CLERK. APPLY TO J. P
LEk. Ranted and Rarrlsun-sts.
WANTED-A ROY ABOUT 10 YR’AUS OLD IN AN
umce. not afraid of work. Male ago and wages
expected. Address, in own handwriting QA3. Tribune.
VI/ANTFD-A LAD IflVuT-TVF,a7rs~OLD WHO
*r desires to learn ihn wholesale men’s furnishing
business Intlierhlcf home of me city; very low psy
until thn business Is learned. Addccss Q 73, Tribune
udlce, stailnir ape. previous employment, residence,
address, and compensation expected tor first year.
Traacs*
VST ANTED-THREE SHEET-IRON WORKERS AND
»V two coppersinlths at EDWARD SMEETU'S, cor*
net Rondoluh and Desplalnes-sts.
VITANtriD—TEN FIRST-CLASS BOILERMAKERS
Vt at «07 and South Halsted-st.
TVA NT E D—TWO FIRST-CLASS IRON-MOLDKKS.
>V MIKRWOUD SCHOOL FURNITURE COMPANY,
sat Wahuu-ar.
WANTED-A ROOD WAGONMARER FOR SLAT
VV work. T. HEINIO. so East chlcatro-av.
OOLD-GJLHKIt AND Tiiite.lt
tV sllvcr-RRdcrs. aAMMONa, CLARK A Co.. IV7
South Cllnton-st.
Vl/ANTKD-FoUU CAIUNKIMAKr.itS tm MfcN
tf accustomed In hard wood. Good wages. pay
every week, to Rood men. Apply irmnedlau.Tr at 10
and 13 North Canat-at., np-svam.
WANTED-A FIRST-CLASS UPHOLSTERER.
SHERWOOD SCHOOL FURNITURE COSIPANY.
2Ut ttabasli-av.
\\fANTKD-3 GOOD CARRIAGE RLACKSMITRS
\» end wood-workers ot P. L. SMITH'S, 28) Wa*
bash-av.
\\;A.NrED-0 GOOD CARRIAUI-. rmtl.Mr.itfl, 3
M on heavy work: Rood wages ana steady employ
ment. Address Pust-Otilce Box IPS3. South Bend. Ind.
\IT ANTED—AIIRICKLAVEirfoiIUrLD* UABkR’S
IT ovcu at Hi Ituih-it. _____ ____
\\7ANTED—ONE GOOD CABINETMAKER AND A
*t Rood ittatler. Eureka Show-Case aianufactory,
4d Laku-st.
\V ANTED—TO uo INTO THE COUNTUr-A
M good harneaiinaker to work on fine mtd coarto
works: •lititttlort permanent; a tickle man preferreds
limit bring good references. lamme at OHTMAYEIt.
LMUa& Co.'s. 10 and ISSlatc-at.
WANTED— A ritINTKU TO*XJO OFFICE WOKE;
mu»t have good huilneti capacity,— ho competent
to figury on work (it all kind*. To the right mao a
Scod opening can be had in a «m*clavs city houae. Ad*
reii. stating experience and relercncov,Q An. Tribune.
WANTED- A GOub“'*tiNNKU WHO UNDER*
aiaiidi making gas-machine blower*. Addrca JC
71, Tribune omce.
WA-NTKD-AT MEMPHIS, TESN..NEW CUSTOM*
>» House gronmlt 5.» good nnrblo-cimer*! waxes
Sj.so per day. HUUS’sd: UKn'NKU. Mcmnliln. T«»nn.
iUi«ccllnn«oua»
ItT'ANTED—IMMEDIATKLV, ATTHE CLARENCE
IT House. corner Mate and Harrlsou-st*.. n male
waiter to take charge of the dining-rooms imisthave
worked m that capacity In other hotel*, and bring *ub*
itoiitlal reference* to that effect.
TtrANTED—BViMPOUTKItS-TBA AGENTS. II BN
* ? and women, city and country; sell to families;
small capital. Garden Too Co.. P.O. Box 29. i. Chicago.
\tTANTE—ONE’bALESMAN FOB EACH STATE;
>v aalarr $75 to *lO7 per month and expense*. LA
BELI.B MR'U. CO., UJ Uark-*t. f Chicago.
WANTED— MEN TO SELL NEW HOUSEHOLD
article*, pou book.*, chromov. etc. Price* al*
way* the loweat. AMERICAN NUVELTT CO., ISO
Utate-il.
WANTED-A GOOD BOY FOB OFFICE AND
chorea: tnnat ho lioneit find truny; a Swede pre
ferred. Dr. HENDERSON, 171 Bast .Madlson*at.
WASTED— 2?» YOUNG MEN. APPLY AT STAGE
dour llaverly'a Theatre. io.no (hi*a. m.
STEVE BIUHAHDSUN.
AVANXED-FETIALEUELF.
ilomeallcs*
TIfANTED-A OIHL TO COOK. WASH. AND
W iron: wage* SI: reference* required. Corner of
F«rty-»lxtti*«t. amt Woodlawn-av.
WaNTRD-COMPKTENT ons,J FOK ORNEBAL
• v work: permanent place, “lu North Franklin, near
W|*convlii-*t.
\VANTKD-A GIHL TO DO OENEHAL~IIOUSE<
> i work. CaU at No. JKa*tTwelfth-tt.
WANTED— A VOUNO (HBL FOB GENEHAL
housework tn a family of two; reference* required.
IW3 Mlchlgau-av.
WANTED— TWO GEUMAN 01BLS. ONK'IO COOIC
and iiM«i*t In laundry work, tho other for second
work, imi Tralrlo-uv. .
WASTED— A GOOD OIItLTHAT UNDF.BSTANDS
ktlchen-work thorunglilyj keep n coachman and
pay good wages, tall at ouce at (W»l uabaan-uv.
ANTED-TWO' GOOD GIBI.S FOB COOKING
M and liittndreMi work In private families on tho
avenue: German preferredi muil bring good reference.
Apply at 143 Twcmy-second-it.
Plillkncrs*
\%T ANTED—TWO FIKST-CLABS MILLINERS TO
>V go Into the country. Cell at 33 West Mndlson*
■t.. between 0 and 12.
Seamstresses*
TTT ANTED—COMI’EI'E.NT DRESSMAKER FOR
» southern part of this state. Applvarly. GAGE
DUOS. & CO., corner Wabasli*ar. amt Mndtsmwt.
TtXlsccllancouß*
WANTED—A LAPV OK GOOD HUBINE3S QOAL*
\> Ity to receive orders from customers. Address,
will: references, Qii. Tribune unice.
SITUATIONS WANT£D.nLILE«
ISooiikoocois* iCHorki* &c*
CITUATION WANTKD-DV A YOUNG MAN
O l horoughly competent In bookkeeping, or any kind
of ohlce wurk: *>csi uf reference*: *at*ry no übjecilua.
Address O a. Tribune otltee.
Situation wanted-a Kiitsr-cLAbs hook*
geeper and reliable business inuu wishes u position;
best of reference*.Address g7H. Tribune office.
SITUATION WANTED—ANYTHING TO DU-UY
O»o able young man. rood accountanc and salcamani
knowledge of turelgn la-tgnrtcs: good worker; refer*
dices. Address g 77, Trloune ufllce.
CITUATION WANTED—HY A YOUNG MAN IS AN
v7otUee; jrJt good references given. Address (i 71.
Tribune oillcu.
SITUATION WANTED—IIY A YOUNG MAN WHO
understand* bookkeeping; a fnlrjienman: will work
cheap. Address E. DKaaEIT, 73 van Uuren-ai.
SITUATION WANTED-UY A lUGHLY'BDUCATED
*a German, married. Just urtlved from Now Vork.ac*
qualnted with bookkeeping, speaking English. French,
etc.; wants work of any kind, g id, Tribune ulllce.
CITUATION WANTED-AS ENTRY CLERK OR
O assistant bookkeeper, or untlilng reiiuli etl. First*
class refcretien uheu. Salary no object. Address g
W, Tribune ultlce.
Traacs*
CITUATION WANTED-AS CUTTER; HAS THOR*
k’onub knowledge of the whole trade; I wit references.
Address W. M. l*„ Merchant Tailor, blocklon. Me.
CITUATION W AN T E U- M AS YE it UIITCIIKU-lIY A
Oyuung ninriled man; nsituation In the nbuvu lino 3h»
years; good cli.tr.icier; Just (runt England. Address g
«i. Trlnunu otllce.
Coachmen* Mcniniilurs, A*c«
CITUATION WANTED-TO TAKE CARE OP
O horses. Addros Nd », Tribunu ultlce.
nUcoliancmu*
CITUATION WAS TED - INVOLVING EITHER
O mciitnl or physical abilities, a* I am determined to
give satisfaction la cither or both. JOHN RANKIN,
Chicago I’. 0.. HI.
CITIIATI(>S'“WASrED-AN INDUaTUIOUS, »0*
O ber, strong, ami well-educated Ucnnau of 30. writ*
Inc mid siKakuiK Enttll*u. well aci|uuiined with cure uf
JiorM-s. driving, cnrpcnti r-work. fsrmlng. <*ic,. wants
employiuent. Address CHARLES FREEMAN, tIJ
south Jcflcrson-si.
W;rUATIONH WANTLD-FOIA
Domesllcs*
CITUATION WANI ED-RY A COMI’ETEXT GIRL
IT lo cook. wash, and Iron lii a nrlvuto family; good
references It required. App'y utlia East Erlo-sU, North
bide.
UI I‘UATIV»N“' WASTKII-IIV A MIDDLE-AOKD
O person tuilo Unlit Housework t m> wadilnjj urhouvy
workt private lumpy ur widower's. Ifol ElaliteontU-d.
Situation' wasteu -u v a Swedish mitL to
do uenerul homework. I’leaie fall at UuOatarlost.
Kiupiurnu'iit Airvuciei*
CITUATIOSH WANTED—FAMILIES AND HOTELS,
O cltvorcouulry, furnished with Mu; fee. OOccuWi
gl r ii boarded. Sir*. O'NEILL, IUJ lU’it Adu»i*»it.
MIStiLI J.AWKOUB.'
/V Wuhrle I* living. ifso. write to Z 4U. Tribung of*
flee, lit) will ffcchu a reward-
4~LAWVKU; ADVICE FUEKt WILL (IAIN VOO
j\ something ur charge nothing: private matter*
coiitltlciillal; money loaned on anything. Cifl. Tribune.
A. T.KSTEU’B DOI.LAH HAT*~IIOUdE, 103
• Ilanitulpn il.-All (ho spring nylci. fit rinest,
fl.ilito*.!; bcit «llk hat. jfj ami *1; eu|ii, 73c.aU0,70u.
A" tmoDiticiL attoiinkv*at*law. i3i liiiAir
. boru**l., Chicago. Advice Ircet U yean* gape*
Hence. •
QUIET HOME Foil LAHIBH DUPING CONFINE*
incut In a doctor'* family. Frlvute uml couUdoutlal.
female complaints a specialty, Box ddU. Chlutgo.
op|,UNDID ~ CHANCE. ~ SMALL "CAPITAL-FOII
E 7 iul<*. pan down, private aehuul. Ocstlocatlom rca*
sou, going to Europe. Address tj Ul, Tribune oillco.
\\r ASTED-DHUG STOIIB WILL*I* A V CAB I r Foil
»» good stuck lu city ur country. Address N an.
Trtbuncoillco.
AXrANTEU-il. M. It. HAitlß TO CALL AT 713
V > Lakvd. at 7 o’clock a. m.
W ANTBIP-luiOT ASh'sHOK STOCK SLO« FOIt
eu»h and lutpruved city property. Addreii O I.
Tribune otlice.
FAUXIHEHS WAlVfEfl*
IJAItTSKu' WANTED—SFBCIAL Oil GENRIiVIT
1 with 93.4,10 tlu *.'ta*»xA In the duck coiiimlMioa
buOnetain New Vnrk. by arguable party;refereuceauf
the mod laiDfuelory character. Audrcii UUUKbU,
IVO. U«* -.UL llcw Turk city.
IYAWCSBU WAKIFAI-VVmi mujifo «3U.UMJ,
1 [ban ciUblidn’d. aaie. legitimate Undue**, .id*
ilrci*. lur miu week. N on. Tribuiiu oillce.
1)A1 ITSEiAN r TEU-A LfVE'UUbINBbS MAN
1 wilh from tu aiatxjuiu extend a wLuleaulu
bmlucM already eiiabltiacJ. Addreii it W, Tnbuuu
umv«. _ . -
11AUTNKU WANTED-WITH - ABOUT •ACOO TO
1 nart u uiiuufaeturluu biulneui article* tnauufao*
lured can bo iwlcuicd. and will cumutand a ready talu
wiili larao i>rotlU. Addruii A., care Ur. A. WAIT'S.
bd Ueaiborn-d. _
OAltTNtlt WANTED—TO MANAGE THE, UKit*
i camilg branch of alucratlva medical buwaeatt m
nm elau m»u ouly, with beat ratereucei, aod about
oeed aildrcu. appgiaUas uurvUv. U Pt
inbuua gtflea.
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