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VOLUME XXXIX.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
EIIIETjMVIS&CO.
grand,
SQUARE, and
UPRIGHT
PIANOS
SEVEN XT - FIVE
FIRST PREMIUMS
ATTEST THGIH
Unapproachable Excellence.
* More than 20,000 have been man
ufactured. The HAT.LET, DAVIS
& CO.’S PIANOS are indorsed by
such Musical Monarchs as the fol
lowing:
FRANZ ART. the Immortal Song Writer.
FR\N*Z LISZT, Firstot Living Pianists.
yiIANZ BENDKL, the Renowned Pupil of Liszt.
JOSEPH GUNGL. Pianist and Composer.
JOHAXXSTRAUSS. the Walls Rlmr.
aVTON rRSi'RUCH, Composer and Master.
PR. THEODORE KULLAK, Coun Pianist. Berlin,
j NKILLISbOY. Court Pianist, St. Petersburg.
a w GOTTBCHALK. Court Organist. Weimar.
HEUR JOACHIM, the Wizard of the Violin.
THEODORE RATZENBURG. Court Pianist, Dusseldorf
AUGUST KOLMPEL. Court Pianist. Saxony.
JULES DeSWERT. Royal Concert Master. Berlin.
JOSEPH JOACHIM. Chief Director Berlin Royal Acad-
FT. SjrBP.E, Director Belgium Royal Academy.
V. CONRAD SCHLKINITZ, President Lelpalc Con*
•crvacory of Music.
F. F. WICINTZELL, Director Lclpslc Conservatory of
Music.
F LASSEN, Orchestra Master. Saxony.
GUS KEICIIARD, Ch. Musical Director, Prussian Court.
H. BAUD. Musical Director, Prussian Court.
FUSSY BUDOKF, Professor Berlin Royal Academy.
W.W. KIMBALL,
Sole Northwestern Agent,
Corner of Aims and State-sis., Clicaso,
DECKER BROS.
•A-ISrD
K3ATHUSHEK
PIANOS.
ESTEY
ORGANS
New Styles. New Prices. It will astonish you to
learn how low you can purchase either of these un
rivaled Instruments.
Particular attention Is called to the magnificent UP
RIGHTS now manufactured by DECKER BROS.
STORY & CAMP,
188 & 190 STATE-ST.
STEIIWiY
UPRIGHT
PIANOS
And the only Uprights that have
stood the test of time, proving
their durability and capacity for
standing in tunc longer than any
other Piano in existence.
Over 1,600 in nse in Chicago
and vicinity, all of which have
given the most unqualified satis
faction.
I/VON & HEAtY,
State & Mouroc-sts.
(BICKERING'S
UPRIGHT PIANOS,
With a new Patent Action, in which the Caw of Grav-
Xlyls scientifically applied.
The most womlenul Invention In piano building
Within fifty years.
Entirely unlike anything now in use.
Must be seen to be appreciated.
SEED'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC
f Established 1642).
... 191 & 193 STATE-ST.
PHAETONS, Etc.
STDDEBAKEE BROS
Call special attention to their
EXTENSION TOP
AND CANOPY
PHAETONS,
POG CARTS, and ROAD WAGONS,
POE SUMMER DimifG,
Ffliisiial Variety, low Prices.
151 & 153 fVabash-av.
BEFWCERAIORS, RANGES, Etc.
“ALASKA” Drj Air Refrigerators,
“BUSSEF 5 ’ Ranges,
“HOT BLAST” Oil Stores,
Aud Complete “ Kitchen Outfits ’’
AT BOTTOM KATES AT
MR WIN CHURCH’S,
____Wabash-av. and Van Buren-st.
PERFECTION DRY AIR
REFRIGERATORS
-and BUSSEY RANGES
AtLow Prices at HARKESON’S. 85 North Clark-st.
bimee sets.
dinner sets
OVINQTON’S,
*■ iIG STATE-ST.
'tßfte' dititoo Pullg Wtih
REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE
FOE SALE.
I am authorized by the owner to sell the
lollowiug’ valuable city property:
SOUTH SIDE.
Building $7 and Si) Clark-st..
Opposite New Court-House.
With rear building, known as
“HMLI’S THEATRE,”
Fronts 40 ft. on Clarl:-st. and 100 ft. on alley at the rear.
Area 12,800 square feet. Present rental. 512.0 U). The
attention of capitalists In earnestly Invited to this in
vestment, One-tilth of the purchase money may be
.taken in central business property (unincumbered) at a
strictly cash valuation.
NORTH SIDE.
100} BY 149 FEET,
Cotibt DearUorn & NortHm.
Facing the principal entrance of Lincoln Park. This la
without exception the finest lot In North Chicago, cither
for flats or for private i evidences.
WEST SIDE.
THE ELEGANT RESIDENCE
429 West Washington-st,
Near Ada. stone front, four rooms deep; three stories,
basement, and sub-cellar. Fronts south. Most thor
oughly built, with alt modem Improvements. Including
furnace, range, and gas fixtures. Price. $13,000: on
easy terms. Thin la much below value.
Also 30 by 123 feci on Warren-av., between Robey
andHoync-sta. Price. si,BUocash.
BRIANLATHROP,
94 Dearborn>st.
$75 LOTS
EAST GROVE.
We are selling a limited number of Lota, 30 by 133
feet, on graded streets.- with sidewalks, shade trees,
evergreens, and fruit trees, for $75 each. Terms— §io
cash, siuln one month, balance $5 monthly, WITH
OUT INTEREST.
After the 15th of next July the price of these Lota
will be
We will continue to make valuable Improvements,
and will next spring advance the price to SIOO.
This Is a rare chance for a
Home or iMestment.
EAST GEO YE
Is one of Chicago’s most beautifully located suburbs.
Is all hleh, rolling land. Soil, water, drainage, and
surroundings unsurpassed- Low fare, and 8 trains both
wavs dally.
We take parties to see the property at 9:30 a. id. and
2:45 p. n». Those meaning BUSINESS we take FREE.
Will be going out every day this week. Come and talk
to ub at our office, and DON T INVEST TOUR MOSEY
ELSEWHERE BEFORE SEEING EAST GROVE.
W. D. C. STREET & C 0. f
101 East Washiugton-st.
«IDE CASK."
JOB LOTS
WHOLESALE.
100 Gross Mucilage, with Brush 4. r >ci>erdoz
Job Lot of Shoe Blacking 18c per doz
10:> Gross of Fhoto Frames 17c per doz
ion Gross of Shoe Dressing r»oc per doz
luO Gross Carry Combs 45c per doz
100 Gross Tin Pails .* sl.oo per doz
50 Gross Stove Polish 12c per doz
lUODoz Large Hatchets $1.25 per doz
ItO Doz Extra Large TravcUngSatcliels...s9.Oo per doz
100 Doz Cloth Brushes 05c per doz
ioo Doz Perfume soc per doz
10<) Doz Vises $3.50 per doz
100 Doz Spun Cuspadores $2.00 per doz
Envelopes sue pur m
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
5C GOITER GOODS
IN THE U. S.
EJ. LEHMANN,
HEADQUARTERS SUPPLY HOUSE
For Cheap Stores, Auctioneers, and
Buyer and Seller of Job Lots. The Largest House of
the kind in the West.
196, 198 & 200 STATE-ST.,
61.63.65,67, 69,71 &73 kkml
Send for our New and Illustrated Catalogue.
RATTAN FURNITURE,
i CITY I CODITBT
Comfortable. HOUSES
Mai Mb
AT SALESROOM OF THE
WAKEFIELD S"
TAILORING.
TURNER,
85 Madison-st.
BUSINESS CAKDS.
TfttsaoPaiiwgß
GBIOj^GO.
CO TO JOHN JONES,
•NO. IP* DEAHBORN-ST..
And have your CLtfTHEa thoroughly cleaned and neat*
ly repaired.
9185-
■A.T
Peddlers,
Tailor,
SILKS.
LEADERS
OF
POPULAR PEE
Madison & Pcorla-sts.
SILKS!
SILKS!
Pillar Prices fill M!
Through the Immense Sales
made the previous week
iu our
Sill Dfipartnl,
We were put in position to
purchase 100 pieces Guiuet
and Cachemire iUexaudria
BLACKSILKS
All of which, we assure the
public, will be sold at last
week’s prices.
mmm “Isproved
AMERICAN” SILKS
IN COLORS AND BLACKS.
Samples mailed to any part
of the United States.
TO RENT*
To Rent.
Large Double 5-Story and Basement Store Building
MS. 72 & 74 WABASH-IV.
AND DEARBORN-PLACE,
With Steam Heating. Elevator. Vaults, and very light.
Will be rented In whole or part. Apply to Owuera,
BOOM 5,
Lakeside Building*
TO RENT.
Fine Corner Office, 36
x4O ft., heated by steam.
Well adapted for Bank
ing or Commission bus
iness. Apply to
MEAD & COE,
149 LaSalle-st.
STORES TO RENT.
110 South Clark-st.,
118 and 1181 Washington-st.
Will he rented low to good tenants.
CHARLES GOODMAN.
Boom 43. 11C Washlngtou-st.
TO IR-IEEbTG?,
The 5-story ana basement store,
179 and 181 RandolpM,
Formerly occupied by John Alston & Co., 40x165 feet:
has two fire-proof vaults, etc. Inquire of
GKO, G. NEWBURY.
*3l*o lE^ZESZNTE?.,
The flvc*story and basement store. ITl) ami 181 Kan
dolph-sl. (now occupied bv John Alston & Co.), 40X165
feet; lias two fire-proof Vaults, etc. Possession May i.
Inquire of GEO. 0. NEWBURY. 1«* LaSalle-st.
For Rent.
Offices with vaul's In Reaper Block. Offices In Mc-
Cormick Block. And Store in Lake-st.
TO lE^IEOSTT,
244 Lake-st., near Market.
Has front on South Waler-st., 20x100, four stories and
basement, water elevator, splendid light, desirable.
JOHN A. YALE, 133 LaSalle-st.
Geneva Lake.
Torrent, a cottage, beautifully located, overlooking
the lake, for a year or for the summer.
Apply to C. 11. MULLIKEN,
DESIRABLE LOFJTS JPOK BENT.
The Third and Fourth Floors of the New and Elegant
Building 183 and 165 Dearborn-st.; they are very nigh
aud light, steam power and heat and steam elevator,
und they will be rented at a low price.
CLEVELAND PAPER CO.. 163 and 165 Dcarbom-at.
OPTICIANS.
BuTlol^o
Fine Spectacles suited to all sights on scientific prin
ciples. Opera and Field Glasses. Telescopes, Micro
scopes. Barometers. «fcc.
GLASSWAAfi*
GLASSWARE
OVINQTON’S,
146 STATE-ST.
SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1879—SIXTEEN PAGES
C.JEVNE,
T’IELA.JE?.,
Wloleaale and Retail Grocer.
110 & 113 Madison-st.,
WILL SELL DIRECT TO CONSUMERS.
Our stock embraces ALL GRADES OF TEAS, from
the cheapest to the very rtnest obtainable, and we offer
very good draws at 40 and 00 cents pec pound. We do
not, however, stoop to the disreputable practice of
representing such goods as “the very best,'* and be
lieve that all Intelligent persons know such pretensions
to be simply absurd.
AT THE FOLLOWING LOW PRICES:
Japan
Young Hyson,
Oolong
Gunpowder
Hug. Breakfast.
Rio, green
Roasted Rio
Roasted Java
Roosted Arabian Mocha.
Roasted Liberia
GROCERIES.
Best Granulated Sugar.
Rest Patent Cut Loaf..
Rest Powdered
Yellow 7H
New Orleans 6)£
Bubbltt’s Best Soap, per box $5.50
Babbitt’s New York City, per box 4.50
Procter & Gamble’s Mottled, per box a. 30
Kirk’s German Mottled, per box. 3. IS
Kingsford’s Starch. 6-lb box. ...1 r>o
Duryca’a starch. 6-lb box 90
Diamond Starch, t!-Ib box 40
Turkish Prunes 6^
Valencia Ualsins ’ 8
Dried Blackberries . 8
Best Zante Currants 5
pm TOES AND LIQUORS
FOR MEDICINAL AND FAMILY USE.
Country Orders have our special atten
tion. Send for Slay Price List; mailed
free to any address.
a. ctsvitb.
HONG KONG TEA CO.
Removal.
Kygemann&Go
Manufacturers, Importers, and Dealers,
HAVE REMOVED from 174 East Madlson-st, to
298, 205 & 297iWabash-av.,
Where they will open MONDAY, MAY 12, with a
Full and Complete Stock of
Hits, Picture faints,
Mirrors, tiiii-Gtees,
Parlor & iaatet Glasses, Etc.
Also STEEL ENGRAVINGS, CHROMOS,
PHOTOGRAPHS, EASELS, VELVET and
FANCY FRAMES in endless yariety.
293,295 k 297 f MUI
ROGERS & CO
DEALERS IN
Coal ant P| In,
HAVE REMOVED THEIR
PRINCIPAL OFFICE
TO
98 Dearborn-st,
IT. W. Oor. Washington.
REMOVED.
GEORGE BOBNER & (JO.
How occupy their How Stores,
55 & 57 Wabash-av.
Lamps,
Glassware, and
Fruit Jars.
REMOVED.
LOCKWOOD & DRAPER,
TEAS and CIGARS,
Mow occupy their Mew Stores,
51 & 53 Wabash-av.
Removal.
ROYAL BARING POWDER CO.
Chicago Agency, 24 and 26 Randolph-st.
ll. P. .NOUKSK, .Manager.
REMOVAL.
IRA HOLMES. General Broker,
HAS REMOVED TO
SO WASHINGTON-ST.
notice of Bbitbl.
The FOREST HOME CEMETERY COMPANY have
removed their office from 98 Dearborn-st. to 88 EAST
WASHINGTON-ST., la the office of K. S. Dreyer & Co.
wmi Hi id IT ATI!
Yet we survive, and can now be found In full blast at
*2, 84. and Ru FUlton-.-*!.. where wp shall be pleased to
serve the nublloda our special capacity. <»
V„ CHICAGO FENCE IVGRKS.
JTssarcz and Washington.
Only ten more subscribers are necessary to complete
organization. AssessmentoulySispermoath. oncof
the richest sllver-beanuz lodes In Mexico. Any person
wishing to Join or desiring further luformitloa call be
tween 2 and ;i o'clock to-morrow afternoon at 81 booth
CGork-st.. Room *2.
GKOCEBIES.
IMPORTER OT
TEAS
COFFEES.
110 & 112 Madisou-st.
REMOVALS.
Removal.
Importers and Dealers in
iiifiHijyc;*
Cj "p"!
DON’T “BAG OUT”
(As they call it), that is, hang up and pile up more goods out
side than they have inside, as is the custom of the smaller
houses, nor will he stoop to the trickery of marking goods
thus displayed less than cost, and telling customers that the
particular article they want is “all sold out.” But you will
find inside
THE LARGEST STOCK.
TflMMesaleMfi
.20. 40, 50, 7 1
,25. 50, so, Tc.
.25, SU, 75, SI
SEA
25. 50. 75,’ $1
. 50, 75, SI
Has learnt from experience that the only way to draw a
crowd, to make money, and to create a sensation. Is to
sell 'way below the price of any other dealer, and the
TXTXIRID FLOOR
(Two rooms 50x125 feet) of
122 and 124 STATE-ST.
15. 18, 20. 25
3U, 23, 25
iJOBBXisra-.
Close buyers are asked to notice the prices of the
following
JOB LOTS, for THE TRADE ONLY:
Hasting Cotton, 4c per doz. (Hip Gore Corsets, 17c pair,
spools. Gents* Half Hose. 36c doz.
amsutta Thread, s?*c doz. iGents’ Silk Ties, 9c each,
spools. [Gouts’ Silk Hows. asc doz.
No. 4 American Pins, ll'£c Ladles’ Lisle Gloves. 80c
doz papers. doz.
Fancy Dress Duttons, 12c.Ladies'Hair Nets, sc doz.
crosa. I Two-point Toothpicks, o%c
Agate Duttons, 3c gross. box.
Fine,Tctßuttons,2T»c gross. Good Cologne, 42c doz.
Colored Silk Buttons,, 12c ICO-yards Spool Silk, 55c
gross. I doz.
Good Crash, a-tfc yard. [Jet Veil Pins, 35c doz.
Ladles’ Slate and Seal-Brown Hose, 74c doz.
Ladles’ Unbleached Balbiiggan Hojc, sl.lO doz.
Misses* Fancy Striped Hose. 45c doz.
Big Job Gents’Fine Windsor Scarfs, 51.75 doz.
55 doz. ($9. on doz. quality) Stereoscopes, $4.25 doz.
Good Note Paper, 4*c ream.
Cheap Note Paper, (weight 3 lbs.) 13c lb.
Good Envelopes (all colors). 70c per 1,000.
Box Paper and Envelopes. 3s(c box.
50 cases Palm-Leaf Fans. 1c each.
“Star’’ or “Crescent” Memorandum Books, 14c doz.
Yankee Williams’ Shaving Soap, 35c doz.
BIG JOBS
■ IN
Hardware and Tinware, -
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Jewelry,
Crockery and Glassware,
And over 16,000 articles for
5c COUNTERS
At from TO to 33H per cent less than any manufactur
ers* or Jobbers’ prices. No live merchant will do or can
do without
A. Sc COUNTER,
A IOC CJOTJIsrTBIR, and
A SOo COTJOSTTBiR-
By buying of ns you can make an average profit of
50 per cent, draw trade to vour store, make folks think
you arc giving goods away, and Increase your business
one-half. .
Send for oar Catalogues of 5, 10, and 20 cent goods.
No merchant should fail to look over Sea’s Jobs, to
get posted, and get leaders.
PEDDLERS. AUCTIONEERS, and the general trade
can find all classes of goods at one-third leas than regu
lar prices.
ME. FRANK McCOBMICK,
Formerly of Cook, Valentine & Co., New York, has
charge of our Wholesale Department, and Invites you
to inspect what lie calls the cleanest, most attractive,
and most varied stock of special drives ever shown to
the trade.
TERMS'—Strictly cash. Will send C. O. D. to any
part of U. S. on receipt of 10 s\*r cent of order.
GILDERS SOLICITED.
Send for Our Catalogs of
All Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
MAMMOTH SUPPLY DEPOT
Largest and Cheapest House of its kind in the "West, 5
188 AND 184 STATE STREET.
FURNITURE, CABP£TS, Etc.
251 & 263 Wabash-av.
We have just added
largely to our stock of
MAHOGANY and WAL
NUT Chamber Sets, the
very latest designs, and
marked extremely low.
We will show this week
an entire new line of Ele
gant HALL STANDS, of
all grades.
SIDEBOARDS at from
$25 to $175; the best
value in the market.
New PARLOR NOVEL
TIES in the line of Fancy
Odd Pieces. Also, Stand
ing and Wall Cabinets of
the most approved and
pleasing designs.
INSPECTION SOLICITED.
tST Sole Agents for “ Thonot Brothers’
Celebrated Austrian Bent-Wood Porni
ture.”
Our Illustrated Catalogue wilt be mailed
to non-residents free upon application.
SPIEGEL & CO.,
251 & 253 Wabash-av,,
KEAB JACKSON-ST.
WE WANT YOU
To examine the Rich- f'l » |Tk TkrifTi/N
cst, Newest, and most | \ A gf ij>|jU I>V
Elegant Designs In Ax- I . /B H\ i il i I
minster, Moquette, IJ/f||l| lj Ikl
Turkish, and other Mm A r\s
FBMTffiEH
HigßMaiifiMeaimWall. J> 11)pi)
Dodoes, Friezes, fc., In bun- J [J | 11, [fk
dreds of New nnd -Novel be- B HI B l||i
signs never seen before this j H 8. . ILJI.W
spring.
Also CURTAINS. BEDDING of all kinds and variety.
Wo can convince buyer* of these good* that we
ALONF. give
Jp<D&TJXuJ±SR PRICES,
CHICAGO CARPET CO.,
Wabash-av. and Monroe-st
WANTED—SPECIAL PARTNER,
With from Siujo) to
ness To a person haring money to Invest, or a sou he
wishes tostariln business, thUla a good opportunity.
Will guarantee a sbccllled Interest on capital If neces
sary'. B"tlnesa cash 2u days. Address O 40, Tribune
-
GENERAL SUPPLY DEPOT.
SEA’S SUPPLY DEPOT
Is now devoted entirely to
WASTED,
uut, ■.
THE LOV7EST PRICES.
TO THE EMIL TRADE.
SEA
lias learnt from experience that the only way to draw a
crowd, to make money, and to create a sensation. Is to
sell way below the price of any other dealer. For
proof, read these prices:
HOSIERY.
Children’s Fancy Striped Hose. 4c pair.
Misses'nice quality Hose, lie pair.
Ladles’Balbrlggan Hose. I2Hic pair.
Ladle*’ Halbrlggau Hose. slltclocKed, 18c pair.
Boys’ brown and slate mixed Hose, isc pair.
Misses’ regular made dneat quality Hose. 19c pair.
Fine Hosiery. 24c to 51.45 pair, -half uaual nrices.
GENTS’ FURNISHINGS
Fa r oualiry bocki.3c pair. Linen bosom Shirts* JMc.
British half llose,Bc pair. Fluor Linen Shirts. 4do.
Kx. British Hose*. 12»*c pair Best unlaundrlcd ShlrU,94c
French Balbrlggans.24o pr Fine dress Shirts. ‘Bc.
Black bilk Bows, 4c each. lialfallk Suspenders. 48c.
bilk scarfs and Tles,9c ea. one Suspenders. 24c
Flue Windsor scarfs. ißcca Gauze Underrc.'ts. 18c.
Best Paper Collars. Kc box. Uranic Gauze Vesta. 24c.
4-plr Linen Collars.Bc each Flue India Gauze. 48c.
4-ply Linen Gulfs, 24c pair, i Fancy 24c to 39c.
LIIsTEKTS.
Cheap Table Linen. I3cyard.
Beat Loom Dice Tabic Linen, 19c yard.
Wide Loom Dice Table Damask. 23. 27, and 48c yard.
Bleached 1 able Damask. 48, GO. 74c yard. *
QualityTurkey-Ked Damask, 48c yard.
Napkins to match at 48c dozen.
79c*doz^^ eac^e(l Richardson's Linen Napkins, 65 and
$LS D dozen JleaChed Damaak Napkins, 38c, *l.lß, and
. Cheap Cotton Towels at Sc; worth 6c.
Better Towels at sc; worth Sc.
Vs?^ 5 . Uuc ? Towe,s (Pood value at 15c) only 9c.
All Linen Damask Towels at 10c.
20x40 Finest Buck Towels, 24c; worth 33c.
: A 50c 1 wo-Knoc Fringe Towel for 28c.
Nottingham Lace Curtaining only 9c yard.
n TO F r™ioN\' T APTPQ 1 t C o nt
VAL K- NSEs -LAUiLo »«£•
Bargains In Hamburg Edgings.
Beautiful Lace Ties. 10c,
Misses* Cambric and Calico Suits, 48c
Newstyles Waite Aprons, 14c.
Double Silk Crepe Llsse Kuching. 19c v«pd
. Infants' beautiful Lace Caps. 28 and 48c. *
Invisible Hair Nets, only 7c each.
S^Cent,.
BOOTS AND. SHOES.
A large Bankrupt stock, 24c to $1.95,-not half value
OBOOKERY
nrpl&il’c 5 ’. 7, UC - rnr-iVT BBOUKKS. He.
4°.?t““-te Wei r; c M s* arsayS:-
Traveling Batts, 48, 63.74. 88. and swe, worth si to Sa'
w^H e B “ y3 can ,"A fh'spty Grub Sikes" for
24c. Willow-ware of all kinds. Our lor
JEWELRY
toik E ed-S ey are t sU “ more dcllßhtcd with that much
is» r 28c.
ALL SC. COUNTER GOODS MARKED DOWS TO 3c.
«S« l £ wayoC dolD * business la copied by all our com
petitors, some even going so far as to have afire lust
5, 10, and 20 Cent Goods.
EXPRESS lARU'F.
AMERICAN EXPRESS CO.
REDUCED TARIFF
ON OUEEENOT OB SOLD,
$20.00 op less - - - 15 cf s
$20.00 to $40.00 - - 20 cts
$40.00 to $50.00 - - 25 cts
On smaller sum* the charges are proportionately
much lesa than the rates given above.
OS BOOXS, CIRCULARS, MAGAZINES,
(Ami other matter wholly In print,) .
IT SHIPPED IIY OR ORDERED FROM
MANUPAOTUEEES OE DEALERS
2 lbs. or less - - - 15 cts
Over 2 lbs. to 3 lbs. - 20 cts
Over 3 lbs. to 4 lbs. - 35 cts
These rates pay the transportation to nearly
every point readied by railroad in the North
ern, Eastern, and Western States, and afford
positively the CHEAPEST, SAFEST, and MOST
EXPEDITIOUS MEDIUM OF TRANSPORTA
TION.
THIS COMPANY has also nnequafed fa
cilities for the. COLLECTION OP NOTES,
Drafts. Accounts. Recording Deeds and Legal
Papers. Paying Taxes for non-residents, and Ex
ecution of Commissions of every character that
require the attention of Responsible Parties.
S. G. SEATON, Agent.
ART STUDIO.
CABINET PORTRAITS in any
desired style. Elegant and Superior
to any produced elsewhere in the
city, at the uniform price of $6
PER BOZEN.
Card Photos, EXTRA PINE, only
$3 per dozen.
tsr CHILDREN Photographed
itistantakeously.
BvsndS Studios
PLAUXS.
BEDDING.
PLANTS.
A choice stock ‘of Rose*. Pansies. Verbenas, Gera
nium*. Also choice House Plants, Cut Flower*, bin!-
lax c'c., at Kustic Hill Greenhouses, >*o. ao9 Walnut
so«heat corner Leavitt. n j T £L’i’EL.
PRICE FIVE CENTS,
WASHINGTON.
About This Time Another
Veto May Be Looked
For,
Which Shall Apply to the
“ Bill to Embarrass the
Executive,”
Democrats Anticipate It, and
Begin to Think About
Going Home.
Ben Hill Delivers a Four Honrs*
Speech on the Legisla
tive BilL
He Endeavors to Make Treason
Glorious, and Loyalty Ex
ceeding Odious.
Relating How Northern Democrats
Saved the Union and Con
stitution,
With a Eose-Colored Account of Polit
ical Affairs at the South.
All of Which Zach Chandler Answers by
Quoting a Few Historical
Facts.
Eepresentative Kelley Again Telia What
Ha Knows About Finance.
VETO FORESHADOWED.
TUTS INTEIiFEHENCE BILL.
Special Dispatch to The Tribune,
Washington, D. C m May 10. —The President
will doubtless veto what is known as the Mili
tary-Interference bill, but what should be more
properly called a bill to bind tbe arms of the
Executive. The President, of course, does not
carts to be directly interviewed on tbe subject of
bis probable action with respect to tbe bill* but
since the Dill passed the House be has conversed
with snen freedom with various Senators and
Representatives who have called upon him that
bis views now are all well known within tbe
circle at least of those who have bis confidence.'
To one gentleman who called upon him to-day
tbe President said in substance that he '
DID NOT THINE TUB TIME HAD COMB
when it was necessary to repeal the laws for
the protection of tbe citizens and the preserva
tion of tbe Republic that were signed by 'Wash
ington and passed by tbe fathers.
To another gentleman the President has said
within a day or two in substance this: “If
they bad sent to me the political section of the
Army Appropriation bill, which it was said they
would do, I might have Aigned it. That pre-‘
seated the square issue of the use of troops at
the polls; but they - will not send such a bill.
Tbe bill reported from the Democratic caucus is
A VERY DIFFERENT ONE;
it is a much broader proposition. That measure
tics tbe band of .the Executive; it paralyzes
the arm of Executive power;, it would prevent
tbe execution of tbe laws.”
This gentleman stated that he had no doubt
that the President would veto the bUL
Secretory Evarts said to-day, In conversation
witn a Republican Senator, that be was con
vinced that it would not do for the President to
sign the bill. Mr. Eyorts was a close listener to
the arguments of Senator Edmnnds, which
doubtless created a great impression upon his
mind.
EVAET3 WAS EARNEST,
perhaps regretful in, his statement that itwould
not do for the President to sign the bill. A ■
gentleman with whom the President conversed'
to-day, a Northern Representative who is held
in high esteem by many Southern men, said,
speaking of the President’s position and of the
South; “The Southern people do not know the
President. They do not understand him. They
have thought that be was all peace and recon
ciliation, and would snrrender on every point.
They arc mistaken in him. They do not know
that on all issues growing out of the War he
is as radical and stalwart; as any Republican ini
Congress, and that he will surrender nothing of
the results of that contest, so far as it ia possi
ble for him to prevent it. I tell yon the South
ern men do not understand the President, ond :
to-day bis oack is fall of porcupine quills. Hs
will not be coerced.”
THE PRESIDENT'S VETO MESSAGE
will, it is confidently predicted by those who l
have the best means of information on the sub
ject, be founded, among other things, upon the:
following propositions: That the bill would tend;
to interfere with the operation of Art. 1., Sec. 4,
of the Constitution, relative to the time, place,
and manner of holding elections for Senators
and Representatives; that it would cripple the
Executive la his constitutional right under Art
-1., Sec. 8, of the Constitution, to call forth the
militia to execute the laws of the Government;!
that it nullifies Art. 11., Sec. 3, of the Constitu
tion, which makes the President Commander-
In-Chief of the army and nayy 'of .the United-
States and of the militia of the several States
that it would prevent the injunction of Art. li.
of the Constitution, Sec. 3, which requires that
the President shall take care that the laws
BE FAITHFULLY EXECUTES;
that it would prevent the President from execute
ing the mandates of the Fourteenth and.
Fifteenth amendments to the Constitution; that,
it would prevent Marshals of the United States;
from executing the law as provided by tho 4
statute of 1789; that it would prevent the Presi
dent from using the armed forces of the United;
States or the militia of the States to overcomo -'
any combinations opposing the execution of the
laws of the United States, as. provided by the;
act of 1793, and that it wonlddeprive the United-'
States Marshals of their powers under the same,
act. That the same would be true as to the act
of 1793, and the three acts which were enacted
ia the Administration of George Washington; '
that it wonld prevent the President from
OVERCOUISO FORCIBLE OD3TUECTIOS
to the laws of the United States, or of any In
dividual State or Territory, os provided by the.
statute of 1807, signed by Thomas Jefferson;
that it would prevent the President from over
coming unlawful obstruction to the execution
of the Federal laws, as provided by the act of
-1533, signed by Andrew Jackson; that it would
prevent the President of the United States from
executing all the laws of the United States rela
tive to the forcible obstrution of the Federal
processes, signedfrom Abraham Lincoln’s time
until now; especially that it would work a prac
tical repeal of the Federal Election laws, and ail
laws for the protection of the citizen and.
THE PPEEPT 01* THE Bil LOT-BOX, — .
that the approval of the bill and the crippling oti
the constitutional powers of the Commander-in-
Chief in such a manner would be to expose the
liberties of the'people to unnecessary peril;

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