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GENEUAX. NEWS, J.W. Fuller, Peoria, 1)1., la nt the Tremont. Jacob Rich, of Dubuque, it., Is ot the Matte* Charles Folsom, of New York, Is at the Gard ner. Henry Kldgciy, Sprihgflold, HI., Is at the Sher man. Frederick Bird, England, is registered at tho Palmer. George Llndonborger, ot Louisville, Is at tho Gardner. Judge M. IT. Green, of Cairo, HI., Is at tho Gardner. C. M. Cottrell, Milwaukee, la registered at the Tremont. The Roy. W. Corby, of Notre Dame, la at tho \ Waiteson. - A. Arnaot, Washington, D. C., Is registered at the Sherman. J.' B. Cohos, Peoria, ill., is one of tho guests mi (he Palmer. ’ •'Judge William E. Nelson,’ of Decatur, 111., Is lit tho Gardner. W. n . Vnllcau and F. Lcabout, Dccorab, la., are guests of Ibo Sherman. James Livermore and family, of Stockton, Cal., are stopping at tho Tremont. H. A. Ferguoon and A. L. Wardrop, New 'Zealand, are guests at the Grand Pacific. Robert Lsngtrcc and J. C. Smsllawys, Lon don, are among the guests of the Tremont. Seven car-loads of Russian Memtonllcs passed through the city yesterday on their way to Ne braska. 1 Fred W. Iladdon, of Melbourne, Australia, 'publisher of the largest weekly newspaper In the world, Hie Arytn, Is at tho Grand I’adlic Hotel. A. A. Talmage, General Manager of tho Mis 5-aorni Pacltlc Railroad, St. Louis, mid C. M. ’Bradley, General Traffic Managerot the Wabash Railroad, Lexington, are at tliu PnclUc. The members of the Uosllom Chapter of the ,TM Kappa Blgmo Fraternity of the North western University, about twenty in number, banqueted last evening at the Grand Pacific. Tlic meeting of tho Central National Club of the Greenback organization of this city was postponed lifst night until Wednesday evening at 8 o’clock, when Mr. Holley will speak on the labor question. An excursion party of grain and lumber deal ers and ary-good* arid grocery merchants living along Uic lines ot Hie Evansville, Terre Haute & Chicago and Wtvbssh Railroads will reach this city Tuesday morning. The temperature yesterday, as observed by Mannasc. optician, 88 Madison street (Tmnu.Ni Building), was at 8 a. in.. 78 degrees; 10 a. m., 77; V 3 w M 77; Rp.m.. 7l;tsp. m., OG. Barometer at B a. no, 20.40; 8 p. m., 30.86. As Policeman Thomas Leo was passing the residence of John Honsknecht. No. 710 Alport avenue, nt 13: 85 yesterday forenoon, a kerosene liuno exploded. Ho aroused the proprietor, and the two easily extinguished the flames. W. M. Smith, Railroadik Warehouse Commis sioner, Lexington: Dr. R. 8. Dower. Superin tendent of the Eastern Illinois Insane Asylum, Elgin; ami R, W. McClauehrv, Warden of the Juliet Penitentiary, are registered at tho Pa cific. • At a special meeting of Company B, First Cavalry, J. N. 6., for the election of Second 'Lieutenant, Flrst-Bernt. William Wilson was nnnnluiously elected to tho position. Mr. WIN sou was one who Joined the company Uio first day of the riot, as a private, and since ho joined he has not missed one drill. The Picnic Committee of tho Socialists hold a meeting last evening at No. 6 Clark street. The final arrangements for the Fourth of July dem onitratioiKwere completed, hut no stops of pub lic Interest taken. Hie Committee decided that thev bad no Jurisdiction regarding Uio carrying <bf arras by Uie military companies. The WaUrn Shoe and Leather Jievleie makes Us appearance this week under a new management and very much Improved. Mr. George I. Yeager, tile manager, mul C. 11. McDermott, editor, have both bad a largo experience In Journalism in Chicago. The paper contains much valuable information, and os it represents one of the most important Industries of the country, will, no doubt, have n successful future. The property-owners and residents In the “vicinity of Silver Leaf Grove arc very generally signing a petition praying Mayor Harrison to close up that ill-omened picnic ground, and also to revoke the license of the saloon-keeper at the place.' In support of their petition Uicv assert that Silver Leaf Grove Is the resort o'C the lowest class of people, and that it is impos sible for any lady to pass the place without be ing Insulted. There died on the JCth Inst., at bis farm -In ‘Will County, Jonathan Jackson, a brother of T. A.Jand Oliver Jackson, and the son of Gideon M. Jitckson, one of the old residents of Chicago, who once owned considerable property at the corner of State and Twelfth streets. Mr. Jack son married a sister of Mr. John Forsythe, and Dr. Guerin married one of Mr. Jackson’s sisters. The funeral takes place at U o’clock this morn ing, from Dr. Guerin’s residence, at the corner of Thirty-second street and Wabash avenue, to Bt. James’ Church, thence by cars to Calvary. Donnelley. Cassette & Loyd succeeded In get ting out their new directory for 1870 yesterday, In spite of the delays to which they have been subjected by their troubles with the Typograph ical Union. The now directory Is a much larger ’ and oven handsomer work than the llrra has ever issued In this line before. Itcontaios 7,077 mote names than that of last year, the total of names for 1678 being 153,007, and for 1879. 101.212. There is a noticeable Increase In names beginning with certain letters, mid a decrease only In me case of the letter Q, whore there Is a lading off of 00. Railroad companies centering In Chicago, es pecially those with Southern 'connections, arc cflkUoUy seconding the efforts of tho Sanitary Council of the Mississippi Valley in Its work of precaution against the transportation of disease. Several thousand copies* of pamphlets on the sanitary care of railway cars mid coaches, undof railway grounds, stations, outhouses, etc., have been distributed along the lines of those roads, supplemented by Instructions from authorita tive oftlcittl sources; and nothing is being leit undone to put thcec agencies lu the best possi ble condition to withstand the Introduction aud Kprosd'of epidemic diseases. A regular monthly meeting of the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union was bold yesterday at the Union’s headquarters la Farwcil llall Building, with Mrs. liobbs In the chair. The Treasurer's report for Um post month allowed that tbu receipts, including the balance on band at the last mooting, were $1,478; the expendi tures, $170; leaving a balance of $1,390. The otllce Secretary reported Unit twenty-Uve signa tures had been added to the pledge. Airs. Wil son, the Union’s visitor, lias made alnetv-Ilve visits, and, on motion, was excused from making any more vltdu this summer. The usual re ports were received from (be various meetings, ami, after some miscellaneous work, the meet . lug adjourned. The recent agitation with a view to Die raising < of rotes of insurance throughout the West acorns to have been abandoned, temporarily at ; least. Several mootings of Western agents were bold at the Grand Bacilli’, the result of which Is unknown, but since nothing has been done yet the Inference is that Die Increase will not take place in any event until thu fall. It is claimed that the large companies hove attempt ed to treeze out Uiu little fellows, who wouldn’t be froze out, and the competition has been such that there la said to bo uo moucy in tho busi ness. Ilonco the desire of soma of the com panies to rotse the rates. Whatever Is done, however, will not a/lect Chicago. The rates here, which arc fixed by the loco) Board of Un ' derwrlters, are regarded as M fair,” aud there is put even talk of a change. Yesterday morning, after an Illness of about two months, Miss Annie Kerr, a lady well and favorably known lu literary circles i» Chicago, died at the residence of her slater, Mrs. Mac donald, No. 1537 Butterfield street. Tor nearly four years tbu deceased was literary editor of the Tones, and, additional to her duties In this direction, wrote tbu fashion articles for that pa- Jicr. Her strength of character and her pleas ng social nature wou her*many warm uml con stant friends: her work was conscientiously doue, and nor name was widely kuowu in Journalistic circles. Untiring aud un ceasing application to the labor of her profession speedily developed the malady of which she died,—consumption,—and at last abo was compelled to yield, although much against her Inclination, to the counsel of friends to seek rust and recuperation by giving up for a ttroo her duties aud retiring to the quiet of her home. Endowed with strong will and Urge hope shm kept up almost to the day of herdeoth her fund , belief that a few weeks ut the utmost would wit ness her return to her old chair uml departmeut ou tiie newspaper where she bad so ion* la bored. and which, while temporarily filled, was held ready for her rcoccupaucy. But yesterday morning at 0 o’clock sbe passed quietly away and beyond the harassment* of life* leaving a wondcrfotlr large circle of friends to lament her death ami (o remember always with treasure tin* fact (lint it was their lot to know one so up* rfirlit. bo lent, so pure In life, «o noble a woman in every essentia) that contributes to complete womanhood. SOLDIRRS' ROHR—ANNUAL MBRTIHO. The raaoftitcrs of the Chicago Soldiers 1 Home held their annual meeting at H' o residence oi Dr. Daniil], No. 029 Wabash avenue, at half* past 2 o’clock yesterday afternoon, Dr. llamui presiding. Thera were present Mrs. Marah, Mrs. Hamlll, Mr*. Andrews, Mrs. Blaine, Mrs. Shcoley, Mrs. Hrlstol, Mrs. Ball, Mrs. Beaman, and Mrs. .Harvey, and U»c Secretary, u*. M. Bacon. Ur. Haoifl! rend’ the report of tlic Finance Committee, Mrs. Dramon, Chairman, which showed that there wat cash on hand March 53, $37.83; receipts, $349; expenditures, SUS.O<; re maining In Adsli's bank, $250.03. N On motion of the Secretary, the report was re ceived and referred to the Auditing Committee. 'Hie Secretary reported that ho had, in ac cordance with a resolution of the Board, leased the Soldlcrs’ llome at IJvanston to the Illinois Industrial School for Gins for S2OO a year, the managers of the School to keep the premises In thorough repair. Tiic resignation of Mrs. Sarah C. Savers was reported by (he Secretary, but, as her time was up, uttd no request was made' by ber to remain ou the Board, no action was taken. On motion, Mrs. Harvey wax reimbursed to the extent of $lO, which she had paid out for Ilia relief of a deceased soldier’s trite. Tho next business in order was the election of officers. Mrs. Blaine was Instructed to cast one ballot for alt'the ladv managers for Dr. 11. C. Hammill as Secretary. Mrs. .Myrick and Mrs. Blaine were elected tirst ami second Vice-Presi dents; Mr. If. >M. Bacon, Secretary and Treas urer: Auditing Committee, Mrs. Harvov, Mrs. Andrews, ami Mrs. Hammill; Finauce Commit tee. Dr. R. C. Hammill, Gen. Beveridge, ami Mrs. Myrick; Visiting Committee, Mrs. An drews and Mrs. Brsmsn. ‘ The meeting adjourned to meet ot (he cal) of the President! tub dumb inquest. Coroner Mann and jury yesterday held on In quest in the saloon No. 206 Eighteenth street upon the remains of William W. Hume, alias “Turk,” who attempted to murder his mistress, Joslo Hamilton, and then committed sui cide. The bullet, Instead of entering the loft temple as the psllco stated, went through the roof of the mouth luto the brain. The direct cause of death was hemorrhage of Uic bralu. No traces of a second shot were found. * The chief witness, Miss Hamilton, bad known the deceased. William W. Hume, about two years. Ho was a native of Ohio, and about 88 years of age, ami a professional showman bv occupation. For two year* be was in business at Columbus, 0., and cumo to this city only six weeks ago. He was greatly given to dissi pation, was intoxicated most of the time while lu this city, and was uot engaged in anv business. When bo first arrived, he appeared to have plenty of money, but recently wax hard up, ami witness Is satisfied Unit he spent his cash In dissipation. Ho visited witness frequent-' Ir. as sho bad lived with him about a year In Columbus, and left him only two months ago, because of bis Inability to support her, and his cruelty- Ono week ago he went to tbu house, No. 4411 State street, and in a perfectly sober condition began to whip witness and thresteu her life. The next dav he wanted to make up, and made an offer of marriage, hut was refused. Visits were also made Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. He promised witness some moucy on Wednes day, but failed to keco bis promise. Thursday evening she again asked blm for money, and he set Friday as the day be would accommodate her. Witness was going out, but be wanted her to stay at home. Bhe was. unwilling, and told him she did not think It proper for him to advise her, when lie did nothing towards her support. He replied, “You make mo tired,” to which she responded that she might as well have h—l one way as another. He then said, “1 will cause von trouble to-ulght; I’ll settle with you.” Rush ing into her room, be seized some cards and books bo had given her, and demanded a scarf-pin Umt no had also given her. Being refused, he asked her to come, out into the hall, aud upon witness declining to do so, he said, “Very well. By God, I will see you here,” and so saying bo drew bis revolver ami began firing at ber. Two shots missed, and a third struck a coraet-stcol urn) caused only a slight flesh wound. .Miss Ella St. Cyr hurried her out of the room, and a moment later; two other shots were fired. Upon re-entering the room she sow Humo gasping ami unconscious ou the bed. He died lu a few tnluutet. Miss Ella St. Cyr and Carrie Stiles, inmates of tho bouse, corroborated the above. Another in mate, Henry B. Curtis, alias Robert Brooks, know nothing. . Thu jury returned a verdict of death by sui cide. Tlic Inmates of tbu house then gave hall upon a Charge of being inmates of a house of Ut-famc. The rqnmlns will bo buried by a rail road official who was related by marriage to the deceoacd. THE CITY-HA'LL. The license receipts were S2OO. A draft for the July interest on city bonda was scut to Now York. The tiremeu will be paid for April to-day, at 8 and 11 a. m., mid 2 p. m. The street-laborers mid aoworacc-men will got their April scrip this morning. Not a case of scarlot-fcvoror diphtheria was reported to the Health authorities. Ex-Potico Commissioner Wright, who now lives lo Washington, paid his respects to Mayor Harrison. Comptroller Gurney came down In the morn ing, but went home within an hour on account of feeling unwell. Secretary Thompson went out to the Normal School to make an address to the sweet girl graduates, and they applauded him. The Treasurer’s receipts were: Wafer-Office, $2,003; Comptroller, $179; Collector, $247; total, $3,420. He paid out $13,000. The Committee on Streets and Alleys, North Division, will meet at 3 o’clock Monday after noon to consider the question of turning Dear boro avenue into a boulevard. The disbursing clerk paid out $3,500 of 1878 scrip for miscellaneous purposes (old bills) ami $8,300 of this year’s paper on account or sala ries. The latter sells in Uie market for 08 coots. The Mayor has made up bis mind to veto the ordinance extending the ttnc for the payment of the State street assessment, but Is still iu doubt what to do with the Michigan avenue ordinance. There has been paid thus far at the City Treasurer’s ofllce Interest on bonds as follows: Water, $35,000; sewerage, river, and municipal, SO,OOO. Tim rest of the coupons of the latter. after to-day will bo cashed by Charles Henrotla. Commissioner De Wolf has been invited to deliver un address before the British Sanitary Association, which meets at Liverpool in August. As he cannot go, ho will prepare a paper on vital statistics aud Um disposition of oßul in cilice. Among Uie building permits Issued wore fhe following: Frank Novating, two-story brick store und dwelling, 34x88, No. 715 Alport avenue, to cost $8,500; George Snuberg, two story brick store uml dwelling, 24x83, corner of Eighteenth ami Fisk streets, $8,600; A. C. Breodecke, throe-story brick store and tene ment, 33x73. corner of Chicago and Ashland avenues, $5,000. Although no arrangement, so far as known, baa bceu made between the dty authorities uml Das Socialistic leaders, it is pretty well under stood that neither the Lehr and VVchr Vereln nor tho Jaeger Vcrcln, os a body, will turn out on or after July 1 with their guns, but that a small squad will drill somewhere on the prairie, detectives will witness the maneuvres, and make a complaint against the commanding officer, who will be arrested uml refuse to give bail, so that the constitutionality of Uie Militia bill can bo argued when application Is made for a writ of habeas corpus. Thu more Intelligent leaders of thu Socialists, It la staled, aru becoming convinced that It Is a great mis take to have a military branch of thu party, since It frightens the timid among those whom they desiru to roach uml prevents the ulsteml nation of tho * 4 principles" of Soclollsm. Ow ing to this, it is predicted Unit Uiu military or ganization would go to pieces within a few months, with or without a statutory probloi lion. COUNTY BUIIjDING. Tlio County Treasurer yesterday paid over to Uiu State $68,000 on account of State taxes for 1878, Orders on the General Fund up to and In cluding Alorch 11 aru now payable at thu County Treasurer’s otllce. , For soiuu unknown reason the demand) for marriage licenses shows u terrible falling bif, und yesterday only lour permits to wed were ao cured from thu County Clerk. In the Criminal Court yesterday, IdaMorrlaon, aWtate street cyprlao. was sentenced to three L'-a In the Penitentiary fur the larceny of It,' ! from Frankie Sherman, one of her “ board v The Countv Treasurer aevertlses to-day for bids lor tttOO,ooo worth of 6 per cent Court- TUB CHICAGO TRIBUNE: SATURDAY* JUNE 28.. 1873—SIXTEEN PAGES House bonds, having twenty years to run, inter* esl parable on >llll/ lof each year. The bonds are for SIOO, SSOO, and SI,OOO. In tlic County Court yesterday, the objections raised by the Trustees of Oracckmt Cemetery (o (tie payment of taxes on certain property were overruled, so far as relates to tbu property uot actually used for the interment of the dean. An exception was noted, and it is possible that the case may bo carried to a higher court. The tax business Is nearly ilnlahed In this Court, mid it is probable that .Indira T.oomls will take a vacation next week. This morning motions will ho heard, and on Monday losaue cases will be tried. TUB CUSTOM-HOUSE. The United States Sub-Treasury disburse ments yesterday amounted to $55,000. August Jutlae, charged with removing with out stamps a lot of cigars from bis factory, No. 31 West Khwle street, had a hearing before Commissioner ITovne yesterday, and was held In SI,OOO ball to the District Court. The internal-revenue receipts at Collector Harvey's ufllce yesterday amounted to $-50,005. Of this, 110,-1(17 represented taxes on distilled spirits, $3,185- tobacco and cigars, and $1,750 beer. The telling Item of the day, however, was that of $14,874, the semi-annual tax on the deposits of the private hankers. Commissioner lloyne’s ollico was given up yesterday to the process nt taking depositions in tiie cane of the .Massachusetts Homo Mission ary Society vs. \V. J. Davis, now on Uio docket ot tlic United Slates District Court at Bo&tou. The points of the case were written up In Urn Chicago papers some time ago,*—(he principal allegation being (hat Davis, who was an agent of the Society, had exceeded his dutv in avail ing himself of a certain fuud to which, Urn So ciety alleged, bo could uot read his title clear. CIUMINAIj. The bastardy suit against Cyrus M. Hordy was again continued by Justice Crayton yester day ou motion of tho plaintiff, the defense con senting. A man named Arthur Schlrik was brought be fore Justice Eberiurdt yesterday on a complaint brought bv a woman named Bettioa Merritt, who charged blm with assaulting her. He gave ball lu 3300 until tho stb pi ox. William Clapp was yesterday brought before Justice Eberbardt, charged with beating bis wife. He gave bail In S3OO to keep Uic peace for six months, and want off with her, appa rently sorry tor bis misconduct. Justice Hammer yesterday Issued warrants as follows: Jonathan J. French, larceny of prop erty valued nt $5, complaint of B. P. Reynolds; Carl Schultz, obtaining SIOO from Andrew Flclschmann by false pretenses. Schultz is said to have alleged that ho owned In fee simple and free from incumbrance a bouse on Penn street, mid another on SUermon street, mid on tho strength of this to have obtained the SIOO afore said. During a heavy shower of rain at 6 oNdock yesterday afternoon Emma Donlsh, 0 years of age, while crossing Uie iutorsccUon of Archer avenue and Haines street, was run down ami instantly killed hv a heavily laden farmer 1 ! wagon, driven rapidly by an unknown mnof who succeeded in making bis escape. Thu police are in pursuit, and hope to effect his capture. The body ot the little one was taken to the home of her parents, No. 41 Lyman street. The burglars sill] keep up their depredations. P, J. Miller, of No. 205 Forqner street, com* plains of baring lost a diamond cross and a ?old watch, valued at $100; It. S, Platt, of No. )79 West Labe street, a gold watch and chain, valued at $75; W, U. Pinto, of No. 17 Ashland avenue, a lot of table cutlery and Jewclrv, worth $100: and lastly, but not least, Dcootr- ShcrllT M. E. Dickson mourns the toss of ,$lO cash and SOO worth of goods, which a burglar succeeded In netting hold of bj forcing entrance through a rear window. Minor arrests: Augusta Stohl,’mining threats, to kill Hannah Qrccnbaogh; Edward Whittle' sey, pointed out to Policeman John Gallagher as a man wanted in Cincinnati for the larceny of about SSO; John Carvlcal and Charles, alias “Btubby," Hides, two notorious young Srofosslonnls, boro and ’ reared la .the orth Division, and who arc now charged with the burglary of the residence of William J. White, No. 193 Ontario street; Charles Peters, assault with a deadly weapon upon Mary Gucsslo; .Tamos Jones, In* decent conduct in the North Division. An employe of the State Penitentiary of Mis* sourlarrlvcd In this city yesterday, but failed to Identify the colored man locked up at Central Station as the convict murderer mid refugee, Guy Horton, whom he was supposed to bo. Ho, however, acknowledged that he was not able to decide, although the man Horton had been under his supervision la the Pcnltentlarv for three years, and to-dav a sou of the Warden Is expected to arrive. It Is al most a certainty (hut the prisoner Is only a Ken tucky negro who follows the races for a Hying, and it seems rather bard to lock him up during so Interesting a week. To the police mid re porters ho has been a sporting oracle, mid the boys bet the way tie told them. In consequence they are all out, for the oracle favored nothing but animals from “ Old Kalatuck.” Justice Walsh: Thomas Ganey, a hoodlum who quarreled with Christian Boehm in a *a loon at No. 008 HnUtcd street -late Thursday night, and struck him with a beer-glass over the head, inflicting a severe wound about three Inches in length, SBOO to the Ist; Bernard Cosgrove, disorderly, $100lino; George Berger, alias Goiastcr, who married into Die llrinscn family, and Is, of courae. a thief, SSOO to the Criminal Court for stealing three cows and three calves from Patrick Horan, of No. 89 Sey mour street, and endeavoring to sell the same to Thomas Maloney, of No. 101 Laflln street, and SSOO additional for stealing four cows and throe calves from William Uowan. at the corner of Stewart avenue and Tblrtv-flrat street, and selling the same to Timothy Uyan, of No. 417 Wood street; John Barblerc, the Savoyard orcan-erindcr who stabbed Michael Shannon, SI,OOO to the 6tb, It having been re ported that the Iniurcd man was im- joying. Justice Summerilold: Leopold Ilirseh jerg, larceny of a shirt from a bell-boy at the Tromont House, SSOO to the 80th; Rubv 8011, larccnv of $45 from K, Trahan, SSOO to the 28th; Thomas Johnson, charged with tapnfng the till at No. 1703 Went worth avenue of sl4 cash, SSO line; Joseph Slone, a suspected burglar, SSO due (or vagrancy; Lillie Morgan, disorderly, SSO line; Audy Rogue, vagrancy. $25 fine; Michael Tol!ag*cn, SSOO to the Criminal Court lor lighting with another Italian aud cutting him on tno hand with a razor. RUrVATrS. IPIC HOTEL. IIOTTJti AT GRAND PAOII n. O. Bennett, Yankton.lL. E. Itccd, St. Paul. W. C. Sprague, Le'von’lh'H. B. Munn, Wnshing’n A. B. Sprague, Buffalo. (C. L, Wroun. Cincinnati B. VY. Hammer, London.iL. K. Gamble,Sau V'mn. Aaron French, Plttsbu’ghlF. W. Oliver, Hastings, PALMER IIODSB. O.B.Orosvenor. Dubunuo.C. M. Lorlcr.NewOr. S. P. Brown, Washington W. U. Wilks, fit, Louis. Chas. T. Parny, Phils. ,J. R.Bclaroar.filiv’r Cliff C. f. Hastings. N. Y. O. Oliver. Utwtlnas, Hob N. M. Griffith,Cleveland.!\V. D. Hooper, Detroit. TRKUONT HOUSE. Josish Cratly, Peoria. |ls. W. Mlddiuigh, Detroit. >l. Livermore, Stockton. |H. A. William*. Quincy, VY. C. IJulcom, Denver. iCharle* Beiir, London. L. A. Wilson. Baltimore. J. Ufimilb,Portland,Mo. V. C.Oswald, Australia. Lit.AlcChutock, Jdontri BHBRMIN UOUBS. □.McDonald. Columbus. IK, Dunn. New York. C.o.Usrreit,Do»icia. John otvoun.Keokuir. C. H.t'ordicr. Nrw York. C. W.Hubbard. New York J.B. Alexander. Detroit, i.i.11. Wnrner.lloii»ton,TH N.T. Uutlerflulcl, F.M’d’nlE.O.McMlller.DurilDKt'n GARDNER MOOSE. O.K. Moyer. Mound City. O.AI. Darter. Princeton. D,S.Jones, Greenville. 'Jamr* Aiken. Janesville. 1., 11. Clark, North Adsms Oscar Nash, Or. Rapid*. George Hunt, I'oniluc, iW-S. Hildreth,tiuenmat Jacob Vaadercook, N.Y. t P.M.Hawes,St.Louis. TOK WUJfIAT I>KATj. ANOTHER HALV-TURN OE THE SCREW. As was published in Tub Tiuuunb, the ma nipulators of Urn corner on June options on No. 9 soring wheat gave tint screws another half turn yesterday, and forced up tho price an ad ditional half-ccnt, which from now anti) the cud of the month will he the principal feature on tho dally programme. Tho combination has everything Id IU own hands. It controls all the No. 9 spring wheat In sight in this country, and to make the situation here and in Milwaukee more binding, yesterday advanced the price in New York to $1.14(51.15, Urn difference between the East and West llgures being lust about tho cost of moving the property to the seaboard. From parties who are largely engaged in the ex port trade, \he reporter learned that all the wheat ol the grade sped tted now about for or in store in English nnd Continental ports Is tho property of the combination, and the question of prices, until the now maturing crop •hull imve been harvested, is at their mercy. That ibis view of the situation Impressed itself on the minds of the unfortunate bears who bave been ail along betting on their Judgment, was yesterday apparent from the vig orous kicking which followed the addl tlonal hslf-ccut eauoeze, and the indications pointed conclusively to tho fact that a larger number Utah %iu expected will be colled upon to ante up the extreme differences. There were aomo Indistinct muttering*,—threat*, as It were, to plead Uui, baby act mid Institute legal pro ceedings under the Conspiracy act. But the scheme received no support or indorsement from the reputable members. They recalled Ibo time, i : years ago, when, tinder tho administration of Judge Van Buren. an attempt of this kind was made, tlic occasion being a corner In the corn market. Quito a number of bperstors were summoned before the Grand Jury, but all efforts to get enough evidence wliereou to find an Indictment proved fruitless. The- suspected parties laughed very heartily over the fiasco, and told tho would-be prosecutors that if indictments were found the eases would be submitted to Juries ot impartial farmers, who cared nothing for the Board of Trade so long as they got good prices for their grain. If tile bears could at anv time form n combination whereby Hie market would suffer n decline of 10 lo 15 esuts. they would Indeed laugh to hear Uic bulls talk of instituting legal proceedings. Man who gamble either lu cram options or pool tickets, should always remember Umt “ Heads, I win; tails, you lose,” Is a very onesided game. OrtAUf DRAPERS. The special Committee of grain dealers of the Board of Trade who have lu charge the matter ;of securing a reduction of the cost of making the transfer of grain from the cars of the West ern to the Eastern railroad linos held a meeting fcatordny afternoon in the Directors 1 room of l tho Board of Trade. After no Informal talk over tho situation for upwards of ou hour, in which it was pretty generally intimated that tho expense should be borne by the bloated corporations, to-wit, the railroads, so Umt the grain could bo nut Into elevator free of storage for four or five days, a sub committee, consisting of Messrs. C. E. Culver, C. J. Gilbert, and Ezra Whcclor, was appointed to consult with tlic railroad managers mid re port at tv future meeting. Should the railways decline to entertain the proposition the Com mittee will then consider 'the feasibility of erecting two or three transfer elevators to do the business. IN NEW TOUR, • tfvfrlai Dlftkifrh lo Vie TrtbunA. New York, June 27.— The corner In Jane wheat is becoming very interesting. One Qnn, representing Mr. Keene, Is said to control about 10,000,000 bushels of spring wheat, mnl this bouse Is forcing'the shorts on June contracts to settle at about $1.15, while thcy'aro selling .wheat, deliverable In July, ot sl.o3per bushel.. Yesterday settlements (n Baltimore for Juno de liveries of red winter wheat, which Is controlled hero by another large house, were made at 81.80, and la New York at $1.25. This Is an advance since carlv in Juno of 23 cents lu Baltimore, and 15 cents here* The whole short interest in this market on Juno contracts does uot, it Is snld, amount to more than 60.000 bushels, hut tho holders refuse to soil, mid demand settle ments. ’ Speculative manipulation nmv be re* sorted to early next month in order to make a market upon which the bulls can unload, but, if this should fall, tho price would rapidly fall. ALLEGED ARSON. TUB QUINN OABB was up again yesterday morning before Justice Wilson, and further testimony beard in behalf of-Mrs. Quinn, the defendant, who is charged with setting fire to brr dwelling in Maywood for tho purpose ot beating tho insurance com panies. Tho first witness of tho day was R. F. Johnstone, of Detroit, tho editor of the JLffc/tl f/an Ji'amw. He testified that be bad known Mrs. Quinn when she lived in Jackson, amt be fore eho had become Mrs. Q. She had contrib uted for three years to tho columns of his paper white living in Jackson. From there she moved to Chicago. • He met ber here in 1875 or , 70 •os Mrs. Smith, and last fall visited 'her and Mr. Cjulnn, her present husband, at Maywood. While there ho bad seen tho house, furniture, etc., and supposed tho library to be worth something like $3,000. Ho bad remained at tho house all night, aud judged that, the fur niture in tho guest’s room'was worth from $l5O to 3175. MRS.' QUINN 'HERSELF was then put nu the stand, and told her .story In answer to questions from one of her attorneys, John Lyle King. Her family, aho said, consisted of her husband, bcruelf, and her boy Frank. Mrs. Baldwin, who testified, in substance, that Mrs. Quinn had instructed her to fire the house, lived with her us a servant. She denied Unit she wont to Mrs.. Baldwins in the first place to get her In come and live with her. A neigh borrecommended«slrs.; Baldwin to her. and stated that God must have sent her (Mrs. Quinn) there to give the old woman work unC a helping band. Mrs. Qulimistated, in regard to her fur niture. Umt she had plenty of monov, and she ■pent it in fixing up her bouse just as she pleased. When she moved here from Con necticut she brought a lot of furniture with her. Mr. Quinn’s, furniture was not quite stylish enough for bar, and she exchanged some of It for now, paving the difference. When she sot her home fixed up as she wanted it ahe thought it would bo well to have it insured, nud a Mr. Whittaker sent a Mr. Wells to her. The latter represented himself. as an Insur ance man. She said she wonted Uio house and goods Insured to an ambnot not to exceed SI,OOO or $5,000, but he persuaded her to taka tliot amount on the fur niture alone, placing the insurance in the Agri cultural and the Traders’ to suit himself. Mrs. Baldwin wanted her thhlgs insured, too, with out witness’ suggesting such a thing, and Wells ’ made out the policy for SSOO. The witness had never looked at her policy un til after the fire,. when she got a mao named Keller, of J'omerot/ , t Democrat, to help her make out proofs of loss. Keller came to the bouse, took a piece of naper, wrote down the articles a> Mrs. Baldwin called them off, nud witness helped them occasionally, when asked to do so, in giving names of things, value of the same, etc. In regard to her owu clothing site had dictated to Keller what to put dowu. She farther testified that OMtt KINNBT, an Insurance man, came to her, sought a private interview, and asked her to sign a paper releas ing the Company, In consideration of sl. She refused to do so, and Kinney replied, “ I know all about that Are. and you’d better do It.” BUo said that, whatever he might know or claim to know about the tire, she knew nothing about it that she wouldn’t willingly have open and above board, and refused to sign. Then she opened Uie door,' bo walked out. and she slammed It after him. After the tire she beard that the Insurance company proposed to arrest her, and she stayed hero three or four weeks to giro them a chance to do so if they liked. After that she went to see her daughter, in Kalamazoo, who woe soon to become a mother, and needed her assistance. While there she received n com : umnlcatlun from Darrow, agent for the Agricul tural. 81io sent itto her lawyer, who advised her to come back, and she came right awav. Mrs. Quinn denied (hat she made any advances to Mrs. Baldwin. The latter professed to think a great,deal of her, and used to kiss her and sav she loved her—loved her better than any child she had ever bsd. Witness took it all in good part, hut often complained to her for not doing things right. Finally she gut so tired of Mrs. 11. and her maudlin wavs that she threatened to gat another woman. That was four or live weeks before the lire. Shortly afterwards, she woul to Jackson, but was talked out of getting the woman she had intended to got to replace Mrs. Mrs. B. The eight of the lire she tried to find Mrs. 8., but couldn’t She did find her Uie next day at a neighbor’s, and learned from her what purported to be a true story of lliu tire. It wue a different tale from that she bad told on the stand, and was to the effect that thu Are was purely accidental. 'Witness, pitying her condition, gave her $5 to pav her bossd. After that she hod a fulling out with Mrs. 1)., whose ways were not such os to suit her Ideas of neatness and propriety. She never talked with .Mrs. B. shout burning thu bouse or anything of tbe sort', had never told her she wished the old thing would burn down. What she did say was that it would have been cheaper to havu cremated the house in thu first place, as she hud done the old horn, because it was costing stvniucb to repair it. This remark was made to a third party, and Mrs. B. over heard tt. Other statements Oy Mrs. B. wbllo on the stand wero also denied point-blank. In short, Mrs. Quinn flatly contradicted the old lady’s statements in regard to the alleged scheme to tiro tnu house, her denial being very specific as well as emphatic. Thu direct was not concluded by lunch-time, and, in consequence of Col. Van Arman’s idea of sickness, a further continuance was token until this morning. THE ASSESSORS* Tim sotmi town. ' Yesterday was a quiet but busy day with As sessor Drake and hiscorps of assistants. Tho time bad pissed for filing complaints to indl vidusl assessments, but there were some of those already fllcd which bad yet to be looked into, and this took ’a good part of the day. Home few changes made, but none of any moment. The forests now at work going over , the schedules and ()ie. field-books to be sure that no mistakes have been made in transfer ring, and will soon’'be' engaged la copying the names, descriptions! l and figures Into the penuaueut books.* ' For (wo or throe weeks things will be very quiet around Die office, although everybody will hare hie hamls lull. .By the end of that time the books will probably bo in shape to be taken across the river. ■m* WKST SIDS. 'Hie Town Quant of Ilcvlew was In session again vesterdar, but received few complaints of any Importance. In one case, that of C. Tctrt mbyer, the lumberman, who had been assessed SB,OJO, ll mi tisscssmeiu was reduced to $2,000 on the gentlcmhn’s statement that he had gone out of business as a dealer t and was only en gaged In planing lumber, Heretofore vessel property has been listed on ly on the South Side. The result has been that a vessel-owner living In the West Division would have to pnv his real estate and personal property tar on the West Bide, and his vessel propertv tax on ihe South Bide, in accordance with the arrangements which have boon mode this year, West-Side residents owning vessel property will list on the West Bide and pay lliclr taxes at one time ami at one place. To the West Town this means’ an increase In the Assessor’s warrants of some SBO,OOO to $40,000. The railroad companies owning property, real and personal, In the West Division, will send In their schedules to-day, and Ibis alteruoon the Board of itevlvw will close Its sessions. The only heavy complaint which Is still unad justed Is ilmt or the People’s Uas Company, which has hren assessed at $120,000. Last vear It was $75,000.' Mr. Billings returned trom New York yesterday, 110 heard of It. ilu kicked, lie sunt for the Assessor. There was a tong conference over it, and 11 ended bv Mr. Billings promising to send over a tabulated statement as to the number of mtlcs of gas-tnnlr.s tu (he West Division ami other data to enable the Assessor to determine upon a fair and equitable assess ment. In other words. Mr. Billings thinks his Company has been unjustly dealt with, and ho won’t have the sl2o,oooassessment hanglngover him If he can help It. As for the Assessor, ho isn't at oP convinced that his estimate was an erroneous one. NORTH TOWN, This will bo the taut day for ihe receipt of ob jections, to the assessments made hy the North Town Assessor. Yesterday about ISO persons called at the office ami examined the figures re corded against their names, hut all. or nearly mil uf the crowd, went away satisfied. There arc sumo complaints In regard to (he real-estate figures, which arc said to be rather steep, but lltllp trouble has been had over the pcrtiounl property. The assessment on Mr. Waitris’ resi dence. corner of Pine mid Superior streets! has been reduced from $30,000 to $15,000. THE GRAND JURT. TIIBT WANT TO OO A JUNKETING. A few days ago Uic Grand Jury via I ted the County Jail oud examined Into matters and things around that Institution*—-a fact which was duly recorded at the time. It now appears Umt the appetite grows by what It feeds upon, and that the Grand inquisitors have decided Umt they would like to visit the County Hospital, Insane Asylum, ami Poor-Uousc,—of course la carriages and at the expense of Cook County. Under the law they have no right whatever (any more than other private citizens) to Investigate the workings of these Institutions, and It Is not likely that their demand for a free ride, a free lunch, and a day’s outing will bo compiled with. They yesterday considered a few petty esses, ami found some indictments. They .will gather themselves together at 0:30 this morning In order to wrestle with a big day’s work. It seems, if all stories are true which nro circu lated around, Umt some of tho Grand Jury are more zealous mid enterprising than discreet. Yesterday they indicted one Rafferty for the larceny of some shirt-studs, a watch, and a few dollars. Rafferty mid a companion picked up n couple of prostitutes on tho street mid took them to a ranch on Clark street, where lodgings are let to transients. in the ■ morning RAffertv and the woman turned up missing, and the other “ masher ” found him self short on the articles spcclllcd. lie “ squealed." and the result is Umt Rafferty lias peon Indicted. Out Mr. R. Is in New York, and it will cost fully 1800 to get film hack hero. Whether, under the circumstances, this is worth while is for . tho immaculate members of Uie Grand Jurco to answer. BCA.I.PINQ CASES. . Tuesday is to bo given up by the Grand Jury to the 'consideration of tho “scalpers’" cases, to Urn exclusion of all other business, including Jail coses, although there are nearly five weeks’ arrearages of such to clear up. It Is broadly Intimated around tho Countv Building that the railroad companies, whose complaints against scalpers have been Ignored by two Juries, sro bettor rep resented on tho present one, and that Urn path of the Illicit ticket-sellers Is liable to be a thorny one. Moreover, ft is reported that some persons near to the Grand Jury have been seen Mn ear nest consultation with persons whoso chief title to notoriety is that (hey have been formerly employed to “pipe off " the tlcket-scatoers, and lively times may be expected on Clark street. ' But all this Is a protaund secret at nrcJeau It has been understood that, in Cook County at least. It was well settled that complaints to bo brought before the Grand Jury must ennie In through one of two channels,—l. c., on commit ments bv a Justice of uic Peace or through the Stflie’s-Attorney's ofilce. But it seems that in defiance of this salutary regulation, designed solely for the bettor dispatch of business, cer tain members of tho present Grand Jury have arrogated to themselves tho functions once claimed by tbo Holy Inquisition, and have traveled out of their way to rako up curtain eases, or alleged esses, for wbut reason can only uo surmised. These persons should remember that llio rule of court as to tliclr functions is well defined, and Unit, although a (Srnud Juryman cun in certain eases call up a matter before the lull body, it is only when ho knows so much of the case as to be a Qualified witness before n court of record. .Mure hearsay will not bo received from a member of Uie body any moro thau from nu outsider. ANOTHER CONSTABLE OKATIOBD WITH PI/UNDKIU.NO TUB POOR. Constable Michael Doran was yesterday brought before Justice Mooch on a serious charge,—a charge of conduct in which Consta bles aro too much In the habit of indulging. According to the complaint in the case, it ap pears that Monday there was put in bis hands by County-Commissioner Bradley a writ of ot lacbment forEugeno Lajouneiso, who owed a Btore-blf 1 to Bradley. The Constable wont with this attachment to Lajouncsse’s house at No. 128 Rebecca street, ana seized all the wearing apparel of this man mid his wife and children, covering tholr shoes, stockings, and boots, all tho provisions In the house, mid ev erything else that ho could lay his hands on. The amount of the claim was 907, mid Uie arti cles taken aro estimated to bo worth about SIOO. Tho nmo thus loft destitute wo» recommended to go to Tenney & Flowers, the lawyers, and to them ho stated bis case. They sent for the Constable, and tola blm that the property which he hud taken was exempt under Uie law. lie said ho didn’t care If it was. Then tho lawyers tendered him a schedule as provided bv thu act, but ho wouldn’t accept it, saying Unit ho wanted to sco Mr. Bradley first. Then Lajounesso wont to thu Constable mid tendered him u schedule and offered to swear to it; but Doran refused to accept. Then Lajcunesse swore toll before a Notary, and again made a tender of It, but thu Constable refused to sum mon thu three householders, wnlch the law pro vides be shall do, nud so threatened Lajcunesse, It is alleged, Unit Urn latter run away. It is certain that he has disappeared, mid nothing is known as to his whereabouts, although Um police have been hunting for him over since. Up to yesterday Doran had not complied with Uio statute which required him to summon Uie three householders, having simply taken the schedule umi nnt It in his pocket. Ho yesterday a complaint was mide agolnnt him before Justice Mecch, mid be was arrested. When the cose came up, he took a change of venue to Juatice Hammer, who continued the case until 3p. m. Monday. It Is nrobabto that the matter will bo brought up Monday in the Couutv Court, proceedings having boon com* mencea there to deprive Doran of bis olllce. The ground given for suing out the writ of attachment was that Lajcuncsso was going to remove hU property t but it Is stated on the other side that his wife was sick, and bo was about to send her and his family away to Can ada, and that he packed up Ills clothes mid tho provisions fur the boat jouruev, but did not attempt to pack up anything that was not ex empt. II the charges made In the complaint are true, the Constable should tie stripped of his oillco, and should be severely punished. There Is altogether too much of this lawlessness among the Chicago Constables, and It should bo summarily chocked. It Is unfortunately the esse la this city that the olUccra of the law are the most lawless of law-breakers, and ore con stantly violating the statutes fur the sake of extorting Illegal fees from the pooroudlgnortut. BEDFORD STONE. gjuetat PlipuieA to Tho Triburu, BxpfOUD, lud., Juno 37,—'Hie Building Com mittee of the Chicago City Council arrived here this morning at 4 o'clock, accompanied by sev eral Aldermen and their friends. They made a careful examination of the stone quarries from -Which atone la being furnished for the Deer City- Hall,Vend at It o'clock started for Louisville to luapect buildings erected of tho atone. They passed boro at,B o'clock this evening on tbclr return, mid,whatever clan their visit mav amount to, It (a predicted Ihat the contractors on the City-Half will hereafter bo allowed to use stone of another quarry, end also that tho Idea of making the columns and pilasters of tho build ing of blue Bedford will not bo entertained In the future. • DRUNKENNESS. pr. D’Cnfer, discoverer of tbs dnobens cori tit drunkenness, euros all esses. Room 27 I'slmer Uouse. ALONE Pr. Price's Cream Baktng-Pmrder stands to-day, In tho estimation of thousands, as tho only safe and reliable powder to use* For cooking, use Burnett's Flavoring Extracts. TTo common Insect-powder la half so effective as Buck A lUyner’a moth powder and powder-gun. Talrasge rockets and Donaldson balloons at Daw son's establishment, 211 State. 11l AH USAGES* HRATON—WYNN—Thursday, Jonetm. by the Iter. It. N. Strong, Walter llettou ana Ida Ulancbo Wynn, of Chicago. Ku cards. RI.LIH-UUMBP.r-At Geneva Lake, AVk, June 2fl, by thu Itev. j. s. Kami. D. 0.. John A. Rills nod Juli ette K. ituraser, daughter of Julian e. Rumsay, all of this cltr. DEATHS. JACKSON—June an, at his tale residence tn Will Cjimty, Illinois, Jonathan Jackson, brother of T. A. and Oliver Jackson. Funeral to-day. nt II s. tn.. from the residence of his brother-in-law. Ur. Guerin, corner Thlrty-second-su and Wahnsh-ar., to st. .lames' Church, thency by car riages to Calvary cemetery. Woof—June 37. I 87». .Mary A. Woof, agsd 4 years 8 mouth* and 13 day t. - Funeral Sunday, from 183 WcatFourteenib-it. by cars In calvary. LAMKLL—Jnne 30. IR7P, Lawrence O.LsmelLßsoil si year*. Funeral Saturday, at 3 o’clock, from Mi residence, 233 Urrslwe-st., Chicago. Friends of the famlljraro Invited to attend. first Louis nnd New York paper* pteua copy. COI.LINB—June 27. nt her rcildcnco, 014 floalb Unloo-at., Bridget Colllu*. aged tui year*. . Funeral BnniUy. at io:3o a. m.. by car* to Calvary. CAlil’BNTKU—June 27. iwd. Mr*. Annie Carpenter, Wire of William li. Carpenter. aged -*8 year*. Funeral from her late realdcnco. an watnut-at., Run* day. at 12 o'clock. bv carriage* to Uoachlll. Friend* of the family luvltcd. KKUR—June 27, of consumption. Annie Kerr, at the re*ldenuo of her slater, Mr*. K. Maedonold, 1427 Hut* tcrnulil-al. Funeral Sunday, at 2 p. m., by carriage* to Roiehdl. Friend* Invited. HI Mr—The funeral of tbs late William 11. Hill will take Place at hi* residence, 309 Hubbard-*t„ Sunday, June 20, at I2;u»p, m. HfSucriunuiito and I>aramle City (Wyo.) papers plcaio copy. K KHIVIN—Juno 27. of Intermittent fever Mr*. cath rlnu Kcrwln, wife of Patrick Kcrwln, aged 7! years id ;< mouth*. Funeral will take place from her residence, 768 Wa luuh-av.. Sunday. June at 1 , at 100 clock a. in., to St, John's Church, thence by carriage* to Calvary com* ctery. K ft IV OUN€C Jl 13 KTS. rpuß TBUSTKKS AND miIKCTIIKSBES OF TIIR 1 CMcutto Protestant Orphan Asylum would extend their thank* to Mr. Ulney Aldrich for the energy exhib ited by him. and to all tno»e at home and abroad who ■o generously aided and contributed of their time and talent* at the late military entertainment given at Me* Vlcker’a Theatre. Especially nro thank* due to the entire preta of the city for their courteous notice*! also to tho military of the city ami auburh*, vlst tho First Second, and sixth Kettlment*. Hannibal Zouave*. Mor gan Park Cadet*.and Homier’* Iluya' Hand, of Milwau kee. for their excellent drill and One music. . rpilli KKUNIOX PICNIC OF fhVcLABS*OP'VIi)7 1. Chicago High School. will be held to-day (Satur day), Special ear leave* Wolla-»t. depot at 11 o'clock. No postponement on account of bad weather. vimir a O’clock uom'El.trmpruakcs mkrt- J. lug of tho W. C/ T. U. In Lower Fnrwoll Hall will bo led to-day by Ml*«M. A. Uakor. a abject: "lutein pcraiico and SaDbath Desecration.” ROYAL, OAKING POWDER. tfHAI S? /royal nwntli POWDER Absolutely pure-made from drape Cream of Tartar, tmuoried exclusively for this Powder from the wine district of Prance. Always uniform and wholesome. Hold only In oau* by all Grocer*. A pound can mailed to auy addnn<a, nonage paid, on receipt of uo cent*. UOYAI.HAIUNU VUWIIRU CO.. 11l Uuane-st.. New York. Mo«tclieap uowdttr* couUlu alum: dangerous toheatth: avoid them, especially when offered loose or in bulk. ITNANt'IAL/ PHELPS, STORES & CO., I. N. JAMES riTOKIiS, RANKERS. ANSON PHELPS STOKES, UaimDUOj 45 WALL-ST., NEW YOKE. Draw Dill* oa London. Make Telegraphic Trnnifer*. Buy Commercial Paper and Hill* of Exchange. ISSUE TRAVELERS' CREDITS AND CIECDLAR NOTES OS THE UNION BANK OP LONDON, AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD. Application for Credlta or Circular Notei may bo made direct or through any tlm-clou Bank or Banker. GENERAL NOTICE. COMERS TO THE TRADE: Never before hai anything bunt upon Die butlnea world with ■Hell truinomloua nunnltmlo u these "•t-C’t. Counter*.” U mutlcra not whore thoy ore turunl, they mo bomm tit meet wtih the anmo uni* venal inixem. a trinl will convince the matt tiiruputnut. Owing to our Immeato talra In the Wett through our HOmTON IIOUmi:. anil knowing that a' ■uvlntr Id freight*. Ac- ■ would pk-a*e our inula, wo have opened tint large double ttore ( aio feet deep) e.\« litislvrly tojuhblnir “.’M't. Uminicr’* (liimltu Attorted trial caiea *SO and upward*; general aut. average* about two. or 4(>o. per duz. We have the only two ovnlnaivn G*uc. Juhhloi; lluuaoalu the U. B. Wo ■re the Originator* and llemlquartore! Your Dull Beaton U uuw coming on. Juat try till* wonder* lit) ntiniciloii during the Bummer loonlht and have no ‘Met up’ l on trade. The builcat murehauta ore try* log It. Bond for Catalogue aud particular!. ItUTr.VIt ItItOTIIKItN. 9a t unit snsl Haiidolpb-il,, Chicago. AUoi?eand3BCliauiicy*u.. Uoatuu. CANDItS. 0% rn mm# CKLKURATKD TIIUOOUH* If I H nIVnU out the Uoluu—eioreMCd to B ■ u rai I ¥ UnliU B rscasi““ tc " u,, '“- TTIRT rn HrrH mn That your Grocer gives you Proctor g % kJ n fH t & Gamble’s Mottled German Soap. S \ LIJ [T D Some Grocers In this city. In order .13 .1. 1 k/di. .H- to i noreftao their profit, will giv® you very poor Imitations of Procter & Gamble Soap, even though tnp genuine is asked for. Examine the bars you recel and bee tjiat each one hears the name Procter & Gamble, or you may Ijo imposed upon. AUCTION SALKS. tiw 0120, p./joni) M co. t Ji so imf S 3 Wahuh-ay. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. REGULAR TRADE SALE, 4 ' Tuesday, July X, 9:80 a. m. SPECIALTIES. Men’s Mediant Bnsiness Saits. Men’s Fine Easiness Sails. Men’s Heavy All-Wool Pants. Men’s light All-Wool Panls. Boys’ Medium and Pint Full Saits, , Fifty Dozen Overalls and Jumpers. Men’s Mackinaw Straw Hals. Boys’ Fancy Straw Hats. Ladies’ Linen Saits. Ladies’ Linen Ulsters. In addition to tho foregoing, buyers will find a "Well-Assorted Stock of other Sea sonable and Desirable Merchandise, cm. bracing several important accounts that ws have orders to close. oeo. r. Gong a co., Auefn. Onr Regular Auction Bale of Booties Mi® On Wednesday, July 2, Wilt bo a Clearlog-Ont Sale of til spring Goods, sod will be a alee clean ajuoruueot, _ _ OKO. T. OORK A CO.. - ay. Thursday, July 8, at 0:80 a* m., TRADE SALE CROCKERY & GLASSffiI 700 LOTS. Good* packed for country merchant*. OBO. P. tillUK A CO.i Auctioneers. By I'Uiitsiißim, luimnat j t CO.. UencraljAucMoncert. 84 AM llandolph-it SATURDAYS SALE! AT roPULAB AUCTION BOUBB, 84&86RANDOLPH-ST. At 0:30 This Horning, The Largest Showing New and Second-Hand FURNITURE, Oj^lß/IPIETS, And General Household Goods, Desks, Lounges, oto., etc. Plated Waro, Chromos, Whips, oto., oto. Buyers will find plenty of goods which must bo sold. EL.ISOX, pommtov 6c CO., AUCTIONEERS, Saturday Morning, Jane 28, at 11 o'clock, BAMETJPTSALE ' or Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry, By order, of tho United States Court of Southern District, BY CONSENT. OP. PARTIES OX BOTH SIDES. Thl* ante codjlili of Ladle*' and Oenti’ Fine Gold and flllvt'r Wtichi'n. (told Chaim, Diamond* lit Knrrlnsv Plia. Hiuti*. cluster and Holltalru Ring*. Till* aale U peremptory—every article must be aola. The Trade are invited tu attend. ALISON.X'ODBKOV*CO.. Auctioneer*. Ta-fcbOltaiidoliHfil. WM. A. IIIITTKEM 6c CU.« Auctioneers, >l3 Rut VUudoluh-sU BOTTEBS' BEOBIAB BHDBBAY SALE At ABCtIOB. Household Goods, Carnets, Stoves, ami General McrcfmmllHo, Plated Ware. Crockery and Ginn*. OH Painting". Cbro mot, Mirror*. Billiard Table and Pool Table. complete, Saturday, Junelhi, at S:9U o'clock. at tholr Solcurooini, m KaJidOlpU-rtt. > REAL. ESTATE AUCTION OF DBMIIIADI.B PBOI'BBTY. Sheffield’s Subdivision of Sec. 31,T,40, Matnrdar* Juno NB, at 3 o’clock n. tn., ou tun ground. Six Residence Lola, north fruni, on Clybourn-pUce. between Eaaar and P*ullna-iU. i 4 Ruldunre Lut*. northeastfront, on Nortli-placci frame nwellltiuaad lot on North-place: a frame Cottage*. 0) and OJ Coven try-at., with deon lot*. Term* UDiiiually favorable (a buyer, bale uoalttvety without reiervo. - wM< A. itarmts & CO., Auctioneer* BY 91. HI. Sc CO., 180 and 133 Wtbaah-ar. TUESDAY KOBW* 1, at 9 o’clock, SUPPERS, SANDALS, TIES AND CROQUETS, BOM PEDROS, ALEXIS, &c., &c. Finest Assortment yet offered, and must be closed out. JAB. P. MoNAUARA. AuctT ‘ bYKING A. H 1 'lf |L Silks, I'oplio*. Velvet ru. IH I I* AIM) Gents' ClolUlmr. IjsuJ; Uf | bg somoljr dyed and clesfu'd »l lUisll oipeiue. Orders ro* _____ __ celved suil relumed J>y as* liffcfl CC & rS 6 S. % SoulU Clwk-sl.. Clilcnm). Hill I n n m a m WholnaloA llelall. Rend forprlre tl D fl H ffWllU.Uoo.lt sent U. l). U auywhtio H.H Bn N 111 Bale agent for the "«owm>R*-. IJtfl AfU H BK wifltmiHlotoonlei'nntJwarrauU'a H H 811292 TRUNK^S uusno WOODS. RySTIO I D W B Ow fin Madl«oa*tt» NOTTI.CD OKdiUAN SOAP. v, FLEU3IIKIU, UAREEB & CO. ri> CfiEANING* BIIIUTB. UAUt WOODS. iltll^KS.