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THE CITY. GENERAL NEWS. 1 r. D. Lowroy, of Hock Island, is at theQaM her. . . L. N. Keating, of Muskegon, is at the Gard ner. O. J. 8u John, Willoughby, 0., Is at tbo Fnlmcr. Henry Root, Quincy, 111., Is stopping at the Palmer. George 8. Robinson, Sycamore, 111., Is ut the Sherman. Charles Baker, St. Louts, Is a gueit of the TremonU . W, C. Craig, of Yazoo City, Miss., Is at the Gardner. J. Fltzwalter, of Little Rock, Ark., is at the Oaraner. P. C. Hays, M. a, Morris, HI., is sojourning ,at the Pacific. George Clark, Attornsy-Qcncral of Texas, Is a guest of the Palmer. E. A Carer, Food do Lao, Wls., Is one of the guests of the Shormam .J. J. Brinkerboff, Sprlnggcld, HI., is among the guests of the Palmer. R. W. Townshcnd, M. C M Bhawncclown, HI., Is registered ac the Palmer. < F; Miles, member ot Congressl from Con necticut, is stopping at the Pacific. " W. D. Rogers, Secretary ot the Bt. Paul Cham ber of Commerce, Is at the Pacific. Cept. D. H. Gilman .and William A. Dinwid dle, U, 8. A., are quartered at the Palmer. E. G. Robinson, President of Brown College, Providence, R. 1., Is a guest of the Palmer. ' E. Osgood Richards and M. F. Emilio, of Salem, Mass., arc domiciled at the Tramoot. Charles Rldgclvv, Milton Hay, and T. D. Lit tler, Springfield, 111., are registered at the Pacific. :It was Miss Carrie Dodd, not Dodge, who sang at the meeting of iho First Red-Ribbon Club, Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Row, Mrs. Wads worlb, R. G.- Row. and B. (ioldsborough, of Melbourne, are domiciled at the Pacific. . The personswho recently obtained permission from tm- city authorities (a put up n guard-cate on the Wells street Urldeu-approachcs have commenced operations, mid will soou begin the experiment. Dcoutv.-Supt. Dixon is after a man whom he saw irom Clark street bridge yesterday after* noon dump.m. mud irom a scow Into die river, while, being towed out into the lake by the tuff .George B. McClellan. William O’Brien. loreman of the Booth Side railway stables ac Tlilrly-ninth street, was pre sented last week with a magnificent gold watch, chain, and locket hy the conductors, drivers, and other employes of tlie Company. Mrs. John B. Drake and family left the city yesterday for Old Orchard Beach. Sam Parker uml his wile left the Pacific at the same timo for Boston, wnllo Sam Turner and family returned yesicraav from their Wisconsin trio. The Rev. M. M. Porkhurst received via cable yesterday irom his wife, now lu Europe, the iiiouuDcemcat of the death of her mother on ihelStb at ‘‘The Elms,” the family residence, in Stirling, Scotland. Mrs. Parkhurst, the only douchtur living, hastened to hcr’molher’s bed side on hearing of hey sickness last .April, Coroner Mann .yesterday held an Inquest upon Joseph Maell'.v, of No. 113 .Clvhouru avenue, a 10-year-old boy drowned accidentally while bath ing; utiOc'GAUlrifd Schneider. 23 years of age, who dwd of sunstroke at No. -154 Canal street; uroit William Zicuari, 10 years of age, who died of convulsions ot his home, No. 04 Broad street. ’ An owner Is wanted at Central Station for some sßo.cash-found on the street yesterday. An owner Is also wanted for a pocketbook con tololnV 10.43 In cash and some railroad tickets, supposed to belong to a Mrs. Russell, It was found upon a young pickpocket named Marlin Panning, alias “Little Red,” who was arrested yesterday. • One D. M. Bennett, of New York, who was convicted of violating the laws concerning the sunorcssiao of obscene nubilcatlons and arti cles of indecent ami immoral use through the mails, was sentenced June 5 to thirteen months’ Imprisonment. An effort is now being made by his friends to have him pardoned. A number of citizens of tbis cltv bavo drawn up a petition to present to the President to protest against any pardon being grunted. It will bo sent to Wash ington Saturday. Auy persons wishing to sign It can do so by calling at the rooms ol the Young Men’s Christian Association, No. 150 Madison street. Monday evening the Right Wortbv Deputy Grand Master. A. T. Hhorman, assisted by W, A. Crocker, Most Worthy Grand Patriarch, In stituted Lady Washington Rebckkah Decree Lodge 103. There were about tlfty-four charter members present,and after this the new olJicpra clect wore lustulied In their offices: Samuel Bteln, Noble Grand: Jeanette Kahnwellor, Vice Grand; Bain Fclsontbal, Recording Secretary; Beniamin FolsenUial, Permanent Secretary; V. T. Urmsby. Treasurer. After this occasion Bro. A. T. Sherman was presented with a handsome combination collar by the Lodge, to which be re sponded in a few brief remarks. . There hos been a Gosncl tent erected, under the auspices of the First Free Methodist Church, on Ohio street, between Ada and Noble. The Inauguration occurred on last evening, and the tent was tilled with an audience composed of the better class of working people. They were ad dressed by the Rev. 0. B. Ebcy, pastor of the church, the Rev. William Bird, and the Rev. P. C. Hanna, an enthusiastic young divine of Bur lington, la, Services will be held every alter nooon and evening at 8 and 8, for some three weens to come, and maov clergymen are ex pected to bo In attendance.* The work la purely missionary, and deserves to succeed In this part of the city, it Is said that there are In operation In Chi cago several brace faro-banks, and that tin re has .been complaint mode at police headquar ters about tin m. but that no efforts have been made to break them un. One Is reported to bo located on Clark street, Immediately adjoining Justice Meech’a ofllce, and it Is a fact, ouen to anv eye, that the street-entrance leading to the place Is illuminated at night with a bright gaslight, while there prominently Island in view the words “Justice Office," on a slgu over the btairwav. The men who run the place arc said to bo com parative strangers to Chicago, who have been induced to como hero because of the Immunity afforded by the present city Administration. Anouier brace game is reported to bo located oo the West Side, and it la a fuel that bunko ropers and atecrers ore quietly working the early morning railroad trains far Victims. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the Irish National Society was held at Burke's Hotel last evening, Mr. James Ghmore In the chair. The Committee on Printing rejjorted that ibu contract (or printing had been Let, and that some circulars had been printed and circulated announcing the celebration at Ogden's Grove Aug. 15. The same Committee also reported that the tickets were ready (or dis tribution. A special committee was appointed* to Invite the Sheridan Guards, of Milwaukee, and other military organizations to bo present. Messrs. Ryan, Siorkev, and Fogarty wore appointed a special committee to take charge of the preparation of the circulars. It was resolved to hula the future meetings of the Executive Committee oo ,Wfi3nesaa» and Saturday oven lugs, it was an nounced that the lion. B. F. Butler, John Boyle O'Reilly, of Uie Boston and other distin guished citizens from abroad, would bo present at the picnic. No other business of Importance was transacted, and the Committee adjourned to meet again Saturday evening at 8 o clock. Borne little excitement was caused on Clark street yesterday afternoon by the domestic quarrels of Mr. and Mrs. Terence McDermott, who until yesterday occupied a suite of rooms at No. lU7 Clark street. Mrs. McDermott Is a respectable-appearing little woman. McDermott Is a lawyer associated with C. 0. Ureeley. ilia wile states that she met him in April, 1878, and was married two months later, iler parents were pour, and at the present date there are six motherless children at home, owing to the recent death of thu mother. McDermott, she said, represented that in September he was to gam possession of $30,000 left him bv a relative, aud that his course as u lawyer was a clear and sure one. Feuding this they occupied roomsat the number aliuvemeotloned. September came, but in stead ot netting a fortune bo trot a misfortune, ami fell Into trouble, tu March, 187 U, a baby was burn. Then the true character of her spouse appeared, for he wanted her to go out wet-uursuig In order to add cash to the de pleted family exchequer. In compliance, she endeavored to get a situation, but being iu poor condition no one would employ ber. Then be sent her buck to ber falbcr’a roof, where she remained as best she could until a few days ago, when she heard that he was faithless to her. floe came down town and taxed bun with his infidelity, whereupon as she says, be, to spite her, void and moved all the household good* they bad accumnlajed since the marriage. It was 100 lato yesterday afternoon to procure a writ of replevin, but one will bo taken out to-day before Justice Prlndl TlfiC. • • . ■ oniTtunr. Benjamin Carver, an old cltlxcn of Chicago, died at his residence In this city last evening in the filth year of fils age. Mr. Carver was .born at Winfield. N. Y., and was for many years en gaged In extensive business at Mohawk. N. Y. Uo always took an active part tu politics and public ’ affairs, and held several responsible offices In bis native titato. At an early period he was Interested In business at the West mid In Chicago, and was a large stockholder and Director of the old Marine Bank of Chicago. He made his residence in Chicago about 1800, and until the past three or four Tears his Him and striking presence was familiar on our streets. Infirm health has since kept him mostly confined to the hdhsc, but his mind and Judgment remained clear up to nenrlv the hour ot his death. Mr. Carver was a man of strong will and posi tive convictions, of remarkably good Judgment, ol great business capacity, aml’of stnctlntcirrlty. lie was houest aiid upright In all his deal hub, mid he was a useful mid valuable citjzcn. Ho leaves two sons, B. F. Carver, of New inrk, and Walls 8. Carver, of ibis city, nml four daughters,.Mrs. £l. Doolittle and Mrs. Samuel Remington, of New York, and Mrs. L. Z. Loiter and Mrs. J. H. Thompson, of this city. Yesterday morning Mrs. A. 1L who bus resided In this city since 1803, died suddenly at the breakfast table at her residence. 839 IVcst Taylor street. Her husband, Mr. A. D. Taylor, who was, In bis prime, a prominent man, sur vives her. Mrs. Tavlor was 03 years old. ACCIDENTS. Edward Smith, 23 years of age, fell In an epileptic fit ot 3:40 yesterday afternoon on thu corner of Cmrk uml Washington streets, slight ly injuring himself. He was taken to his home, No. 97 Washington street. John Bolincr, 10 years of ago, living with his parents at No. 118 West Lake street, was acel ilentnllv drowned while bath mr off the North l* t cr nt 3 o’clock vesterday ntternoun. The body was recovered bv Olllcer Patrick Gavin, and was taken io the home of the parents. Tucsdov evening ol 7 o'clock Hcnrv Wcsllng, 18 years of age, living with Ids parents on Con trol Park uveuuc, near Twenty-sixth street, was accidentally drowned while bathing lu Mud Luke. Just'south of me Town of Lawndale. The body was recovered some two hours later and was taken home. Thu Coroucr’s jury returned a verdict of accidental death. A team of blind horses attached to a sprink ling-wagon left standing on Twclilh street, near Centre hveuue, while the driver went Into a saloon to get a drink, took tnebt and ran away. Nut being able to see tfiu roadway, ihcy dashed Into Ueorce Glazier's saloon, at No. *ho West Twclltnstrcct, breaking the front windows mid.a Cortlon of the store front. T|iu team is owned y A. Arnold, mid escaped with a few slight cuts from mu broken mass. At 0 o’clock yesterday forenoon John Lund* quist, a Swedish laborer, while at work on the new building In process of crertlun at the corner ot Ranuolph uml State streets, accidentally fell from a hignt of fonr feet Into the basement below. Ido struck on hu forehead, but for* tuuately escaped w.th a severe cut over the right eye. A doctor who attended him said he would recover, uml had him removed to |its home, No. 151 Wesson street. Anton Preschke, of No. 07 Fremont street, was found drowned at noon yesterday In the river at the foot of Waubansla avenue, near the North Chicago Rolling-Mill. He was employed as a laborer at the mill, and, after having been paid oft Tuesday, Prcscbke went home to his wife with the tnonev. He utterwards returned to his work, and remained until 10 o'clock to the evening, whenjio complained of being 111, uml Knocked olt work. lie bad been drinking some, und It Is supposed that under the influ ence of liquor lie missed bis tooting on the dock near the mill und fell into the water. Thu ac cessed was a Polunder, S 3 years of age, and left a wife and three children in pour circumstances. After the body was recovered yesterday it was token home by OQlccr A. C. Keller. THE COUNTY BUILDING. The July Grand Jury has bccn«ummoocd for Monday, with the usual amount of business to attcud to. George Curran was tried for the robbery of Maurice J. Dooley, some time ago. The case was given to tho jury at a fate hour, and they were instructed to return a scaled verdict. John Colllus, the police ofllccr charged with the homicide of young Leigh, was admitted to bail in tup sum of $5,000. Michael Coonley and Daniel O’Sullivan were accepted as sureties. Pat Cavanaugh was tried for rone committed upon the person of Lurratta Douglas some three months ago. He was found guilty, and his term of Imprisonment was llxed at three years in the I’enltcntlary. Daniel Scully und Cornelius O’Leary pleaded guilty to larceny, und were sentenced to one year each in the House of Correction. THE CITY-HALL. The City Collector gleaned about $3,500 yes terday for licenses. Two cases of measles and three of scarlet fever wore reported yesterday. The City Treasurer received vesterdoy $2,040 from the Collector; $3,143 from the Water De partment; and $570 from the Comptroller. The Committee on Schools Is called for 3 o’clock to-morrow, and the Committee on Mar kets for 4 o’clock. A report was current on the street yesterday that Comptroller Gurney had resigned, lie was called upon and denied the report. Ex-Comptroller Parnell yesterday learned by telcgrapii of the sudden death of his mother at Fitchburg, Moss. She was in her 70th year. The Health Commissioner Is urging upon his Honor to appoint a Milk Inspector, and It* is highly probable tbat the name of some one will be sent to thu Council at Us uext meeting. The “ experts ” were again at work yesterday scaling thu walls of the new Cltv-Hsli, ami are nut yet through. Certainly if their examination is not thorough it will not be for want of time. Building permits were yesterday issued to George Bulllu & Co. to erect a two-story brick elevator, Illinois street, near Pine, to cost $20,000, and to erect a two-storv barn, Bt. Clair street, near Kinzle. to cost $2,200; and to M. Dunne to erect a two-storv dwelling and barn at No. 1783 Wabash avenue, to cost $5,000. The brick contractor on the Cltv-Hnll work has at lasi succumbed to the demands of die Bricklayers' Union, lie (s now paying Union prices, and has inure applicants for places than he knows what to do with. Thu unpleasant part of iln? whole slfuir is that ho discharged the men ho had hruugnt here from Canada and else where without giving them notice. The old crowd are beginning to gather around the Mayor’s office. 'Hie developments of the last lew ds»s have encouraged thu bummer ele ment to hope for something at his Honor’s hands, and they ore snaring no pains to press Uiclr claims. They made very little headway yesterday, but, since the Mayor merely receives them and lUteus to their stories oguln, they are full of hope. The Comptroller llnds that a general loose ness prevails in the matter of making out bills In the various departments, and Is doing his utmost to remedy the evil bv refusing to ap prove any of them. Thu bills, (or thu must part, are Indefinite, falling to state wbat they are for, etc., and hereallor ho will require them to be explicit, stating by whom incurred and fur what purpose. TUB PAWNDRORBKS. It was noted some days ago that the City At torney was on the eve of commencing proceed ings In the courts to test the question ot whether a pawnbroker's business could be done on a second-hand dealer’s license. Thu new law af fecting pawnbrokers throws around them cer tain restrictions which they object to. uml the consequence has been they have taken out second-hand dealers' licenses, which cost less than thu pawnbroker's license, hence the trouble, Yesterday Mr. Urlunell bad an extended ‘lnterview with the attorney bf the pawnbrokers on the subject, aud he made up his mind iliat the best tiling he could do would be to draft and secure- the passage of a now ordinance on the subject, from the fact that a test cose would probably drag through thu courts tor soma! years, 'and in me meamimo the city would bo robbed of cousideranle revenue. lie was at work on the new ordinance in the afternoon, nut did not complete tt. Some of Us features will be, how ever, the Increasing of thuprlce of second-band dealer's licenses irora $37 to SIOO or more, aud requiring them to make reports, etc., as the pawnbrokers ire required to do, which he hopes will hsvu the effect to bring considerable money into thu Treasury that cannot now be gotten. He says bu has no faith In the constitutionality ot thu new Pawn brokers* law; but, waiving this point, he wants to put them lu position so that tber cannot dodge thu law to thu extent of robbing the city, aa me; are now doing under the second-hand dealers' ordinance. In other words, with thu co-operaUou of the Council, bs proposes to see THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: THURSDAY. JULY 17. 1870-TWELVE PAGES. Mint persons m the pawnbroking business pnT fIJ much Into IheCltvTrcasurvtlus ycaras they did last and have done heretofore. 'I he ordinance will bo laid before the Council Monday evening, and. since the pawnbroker* are understood not to bo opposed to its general provisions, tliero ought to be very little opposition to Ha passage. MISCtItBVOL'B ALDEBMEN, It turns out that the street laborers them selves, notwithstanding (he Council resolution fixing Hitlr per diem at $3, never demanded that sum, mid It Is doubtful if a single one of them ever asked an Alderman to have such an order passed. They receive $1.75 a day for ten hours* work, amt ore perfectly satisfied. Nor have they had a hand In digging up thu cicht-hour resolution. That was solely the workol two of flic Socialist Aldermen, who. It would seem, acted on their own responsibility. Tim opinion of the Corporation Counsel *lias burled It again, • and Commissioner Waller Is going ahead as usual. FEDERAL FUCKERS. The Sub-Treasury disbursements yesterday were $30,000. Yesterday was pay-day with the employes on the now Custom-House. Assistant Postmaster Squlers and party have been heard from at Pctoskey, Mich., all being well and happy. Marshal illldrup has taken a run down to Bclvlderc, Io sco bis family, and Judge Bangs Is supposed to have gone to sweet Locon, loveliest village, etc. The Internal-revenue receipts yesterday at Collector Hnrvo.’s office amounted to $3-1,184. Of tills, slti,P43 represented the tux on distilled spirits, SJ,S2d that cm tobacco and cigars, and $1,331 that on beer. John Hitt, Deputy Collector of Customs, who has been confined tu his room several days on account bf sickness, was at fits desk awhile yes tcraav, and was moling very much better. Ho will probably be down again to-day, and as usual hereafter. One of the Ananlas-aml-Sapphlra style of niternoon papers published in this city camo out yesterday with a paragraph to the died time ‘'the Chicago Secrei-Scrvleo Agents,” whoever they arc, were expecting the advent hereof some new counterfeit $5 notes on the National Mohawk River Bank, of Mohawk, N. Y., mid the Niagara Couutv National Bank, of Lockport, N. Y. Some of the latter, according to tms post-meridian Jim Anderson, were even now being placed in circulation. It Is sutllclcnt to say that the Bub-Treasury people know nothing about thu alleged counterfeits, and that ther would be the very first to know of them if they were In existence, or if there was any prospect of their being '‘shoved” on the country. The same paper, with Us penchant for giving alleged news, actually caught up with Hit- morning pa pers of about a month ago, when, in another column, It solemnly states t nut Capt. Burac. of the sebuooer Andrew Jackson, had received a modal from John Sherman for rescuing thu crow of me schooner Jo Vilas, Oct. 9,187(1, and ihatCnot. Hendricks, of Ludmgton, Mich., has been similarly honored. Jictwicn wild state ments of something alleged to bu on the tapis and the warming over of old news on which lu feed Its readers, thu twilight-dip in question leads all Us evening contemporaries. CRIMINAL. Daniel McClerney, who so-hrntolly assaulted his wife ot No. 459 Clark street Tuesday even ing, was yesterday uned SIOO by Justice Kuuf maim and held in SSOO to keep the peace. Ho went to the House of Correction In default of the floe. The injured woman was In a greatly improved condition last evening. A fraud glviug the name U. A. Warncrls about soliciting subscriptions for the Lady's JJasar, a magazine which has no existence. Neither docs Mr. Warner live at No. 008 Dcorborn street. Uo has been doing a thriving business In get ting money subscrlotlons, and Is greatly aided la swindling people by bis genteel appearance und honest-looking face. Charles Gaylord, M. D„ charged with obtain ing $135 cash und a gold watch und chain valued at slls upon false pretenses in a real estate transaction with W. M. Util, was yesterday dis charged fur lack of prosecution In the Armory Police Court, but was almost immediately thereafter arrested upon a charge of receiving money under false pretenses. Daniel Nolan, employed os a brakeman, was paid off yesterday, mu], wanting to become n “bad” man, went around to a Clark street pawnbroker's to'purchase a razor. The pawn broker advised him to buy a revolver; that a razor was only a weapon with negroes, lie bought the revolver, and at the corner of Clark and Harrison streets flred it off several times by way of trying It. A policeman look him in. As a young lady was passing Washington Park, on the North Side, shortly after dark Tucedav evening, sue was grossly Insulted by a colored'iuan. Superintendent Drctmao was im mediately Informed of the occurrence; and from the description of the fellow given by the girl, It was susocctcd that the African was the one employed lu Newberry’s stable, close by. Druauan attempted to arrest him, when tiic fellow drew a razor, which was summarily knocked out of bis hand. Ho then broke into a run und escaped in a neighboring alley. There Is altogether too much of the “ hoodlum” ele ment around Washington Park, and It Capt. Guud experienced anv ambition to earn his sal ary there would bo much less of It. Clinton Chamberlin, a bookkeeper for the New Haven Clock Company, 110 btato, has been com pelled to temporarily postpone his summer va cation. Uo had packed up his trunk Tuesday with the express .purpose of taking his de parture yesterday morning, and in thu evening went down to the stare to iiost up his books, und take a trial balance. Wlillo so engaged, a sol-disuiit expressman called at his lourdlng house, 243 Michigan avenue, and stated that ho tad been scut by Mr. Chamberlin for the trunk. The unsuspecting landlady turned It over to him, and with it be drove owov. Mr. Chamber lin has ordered a lot of nice new clothes, and hopes to take his trio in the course of a week or tcu days. Fred Roienberger, a former clerk at the Transit House on Clark street, and the associ ate of well-known thieves, is the latest candi date lor the Penitentiary. A few days ago ho was arrested upoa a ctiurgo of having robbed Tbomas itategnn, a saloon-keeper at,No. 255 Clack street, of 8180 cash while he was asleep in bis saloon. At thu time of his arrest Ilosenbergcr was In the employ of Ed Grace, saloon-keeper at the corner of Clark and Jackson streets, and yesterday Mr. Grace, lu rummaging about amongst some rubbish In the basement, found S3O cash wrapped up in a the atre bill and stowed away lu an old stove. One of the $lO notes was readily Identified by cer tain Ink-marks by both Mr. Kategan and bis bartender. Borne of the employes of the West Side Pump ing Works are not as happy as they might be. Tuesday atteruoon was pay-day, and the money for the night-watch was loft with the Cnlef Engineer, and by him turn ed over to nls assistant. it was put lu a drawer, and supposed to be safe, but wnen It was looked for tes’.crday It was lound that a thief had gotten away With It. The amount taken was $316, of a hlch slls belonged to the custodian of die fund when it was stolen. The Chief Engineer says hoswlll make the amount good, feeling a certain responsibility fu Um metier, and while ho dues not know any thing about who the thief or (he thieves wore, Ims a suspicion that some one about tuo premises did tbu work. Minor arrests: Mary Nickerson, charged with the lurccuv os bailee of two cuuta from James Martin, who rents a room of her; Jacob Rascal, a little rascal who ran away tram homo; Will* lam O'Connor, a young pickpocket caiicht at the street-crossings, Mauriro Cuslck. making threats to kill Mary E. Cruvert William Bweeuey ami Andrew timllu, two young thieves broughtlu bv Detectives Wiley ami Murnaoe: Charles Clarence and J. W. Story, running a pawn shop without a license; J, C. Thompson, L. J. Mir* tin, Charles Bpoocor. and I*. A. iludsou, alias O'llrleu, vagrancy, which, by the way, is thu alias lor confidence-men J Ellsworth Pay. larceoi of a set ot pool bulls from Mrs. Lesser, o! No. 158 Halsted street. At fi:80 last evening a quarrel in front of No. 014 West Twenty-second street, between Thomas Vincent, a Swede, uml Michael Moran, lumber-shover. resulted lu Vincent's drawing a large pocket-knife, aud stabbing his antag onist lu thu left shoulder. lie theu ran away, thinking no doubt that bu had killed his man. Moran was taken to hla home, No. SI Leslie street, whore he was at tended by Dr. F. W, Btebalts. The wound, though deep and of a serious character, wa« not considered fatal. While dressing thu wound, the Doctor found two other severe stabs on thu leH arm. Later iu the evening thu police arrested Vincent upon a charge of assault with intent to commit murder, and also his chum, another lumber-shover named Luna, who was charged with no assault with intent to do bodily injury. The quarrel was an unprovoked ouu. Vincent and Lund are members of the Laborers' Union, and work at union prices; while Moran Is nut a member of the Union, and works wherever bu cau get work. About a week ago he had a Job at lurnbar-ahAtimr, and Vincent and Lund were So,vexed nt his getting it In nlacc of them that they made thu vicious assault upon him, after only a few angry word?. Indeed, It will bo proven that Vincent opened (he knife mid concealed in ids slrovo when fie saw Huron somu disto ge away from him. Luml aldpd mid abetted the attempted murder by striking Moran heavily on lliu fiend with a mono utter they had knocked him down, mid while Vinccrit was cutting him. tiir justices. Justice Walsh, having recovered from his re cent Illness, preside.) In thu West Division Folleo Court vesterday afternoon, nml held thu follow ing: Derililna Anderson, an erring young woman, scat to the House of the Good Shep herd: Mary Hardy amt Annie McQuaid, drunk ami disorderly, SSO flue; Denis F. Quinn, disorderly mid making threats, on complaint of some grain-trimmers whom ho recently had ar rested, s3Uoto the 18th: Mnrv Willis, drunk uml disorderly, $35.f1D0: Michael Kollcv. vagrant. S3O fine*, Larry Deccan, vagrant. SIOO fine: Charles Harris, James Patrick, ami M. Williams, S3O lino each for indecent exposure In bathing in the ponds about the artesian well. Justice Lugsu I>. Wallace: James Conllsk and Fred Wells, keeping a common gaming house, on complaint of It. E. Smith, who savs they swindled him out of s<l3, to the 17th; Alary Jane npd Winnie Korwloj disorderly, on complaint ol Mrs. Eva Morion, ot No. fill) Stale street, to thu 18th; Frank Tyler, a noto rious vagrant, to the 18th, as the Justice did not believe that ho had a permit from the Law De partment of the city to remain In town: Agnes Vousc. an erring young woman, discharged upon promises 'to return to her hume: Louise Farwcll. 15 years of age, mid steeped Id crime, $.5 line: U. P. Huberts, drunk nml dis orderly, sls tine; Carrie Nugent, vagrancy, $33 line; William Cavanaugh, drunk and dis orderly, SSO fine; Thomas Smith, va grancy, S3O flue; Mary Hayes, an un lununato young woman, whoso story was published hi these columns some few weeks ago, was fiued $35, which she will serve out by scrubbing at thu Armory. Her inUfor t mo is upmm und morphine, but the police say whiskv la the third uf her greatest vices. Will iam Riley was hold in S3OO to the Criminal Court lor attempting to steal a pair ot pants from Nicoll's tailor-shop, at ’lie corner of Clark and Adams streets. JusticeKmtfraaon: *• Tip ” Farrell uml Peter Olson, confidence men charged with vagrancy, SIOO fine, suspended on promises to leave town. TVATER-SUPPET. TUB WBST SIDE ENGINES. ' ' Tnis TitfouNS a few days ago showed to what an alarming extent the water-supply of the city Is permitted to go to wosto, owing, mainly, to the extravagant habits of the people, and with what certainty the fact was staring us In tne face that, unless something was doflo to put a stop to It, thu tlrau was not far off when new pumping engines would bo a necessity. Even then, with the constantly growing city, and the wastage Increasing In proportion to the Increase of population, It would bo a question whether one or two engines would bo able to keep up the supple demanded unless there could ben curtailment, in some manner, of the amount that is permitted to run waste, it was, how ever, pointed out that this might bo done in various wavs. There were some who were inclined to believe Tub TmnUNß’a statements regarding the ne cessity lor now engines in tbu near future as unwarranted by thu present conditions. But the fact remains that the engines on the West Side arc now almost worked to Ihotr utmost available capacity, and the demand upon them is being constantly augmented. When these engines were erected, it was found Hint ouo could be worked at a time and enough water pumped to supply the West Division. Soon after It was' necessary to work both of them, and since last (all and up to a few weeks ago DOTH HAVE UKBN IK CONSTANT OPERATION, with the exception of very brief stoppages now amt then for repairs. As for thorough overhauling, neither e.igine has had it since pumping was begun there. Thev did stop once fur the purpose, but the work necessarily was hurriedly mid Imperfectly done. • While thu North bide engine wag being repaired the past winter, the West Side machinery has been In almost constant use. Now they run the two engines from S a. in. until 10 p. m., when one is stopped, oltornalpg them from day to day. During the seven hours’ rest every night the engineers look over the engine nut in use. The otner is able to keep uothe requisite pressure on the mains, for, during these hours, the con sumption of water is comparatively email. Bhould a large (Ire break out uiu idle engine Is at once placed in motion. Tho West Side engines bare an available ca nacUy of about 30.000,(W0 gallons dally. Bv in creasing tho speed of the.machinery, 84,(X)0,000 gallons may be pumped* but It would nut bo considcrcu safe to keep* them at work at tbis rate constantly, for the bolts would loosen and o.her things occur tondihg to weaken the en gines, until at last both might slmultoneously break down, and, consequently, the western portion of the city be |cut off from a water-sup ply. The engines are now ruu at au average capacity of 5t,000,000 gallons dally. “ Do'you flud that TUB DEMAND FOR WATER 19 INORBASINQ on the West Side!” asked a Tuidunb rcportcrof ouo of the engineers ut tho West hide Water- Works yesterday. " Yes; it constantly grows larger and larger.” "Don’t you tbluk a good deal of this water Is wasted!” "No doubt of U.” "Do you rccclvu nay complaints ot failure to get water from lar-awuy districts!” "Yes. Occasionally thcru are complaints from Milwaukee avenue and other points over there.” . "Do you work tho engines to their full capacity!” "Wo work them both all tho time except between 10 p. in. and 00. m., wnen onu is idle for examination, and repairs If necessary. It wouldn't bo sate to keep them both going all tho lime.” " Don’t you work them too much now I” "No doubt of It. Onu of them ought to bavo a tong rest for overhauling.” "But you couldn't nump enough water then!” "No. Time was, though, when one working contlnuouily could do it.” " You’ll want new engines, won't you. ero long}’' "Yes; thero ought to be two now ones to meet tho exigencies of the case.” f THE MAYO It’S EAGLE. ANOTHER SUIT TUKBATBNBD. The custodian of Mr. Harrison's code, John Ljockel, who lives ot No. 77 West Kln?lc street, has attended to tho bird and fed him for three months without pay, and, as neither the Mayor nor Ollly, Whalen will settle tho bill, (03, Ljockel will begin a suit before Justice Matson to-day to recover the amount. Ljockel, who runs a circulating library of Scandinavian books, originally owned tho eagle. During the campaign Harvey Weeks hired it and paid $lO for me privilege of having it carried In Demo cratic processions nud putting it In halls where Mr. Hoirison made speeches. After tho votes were counted the bird was returned. Subsequently Billy Whalen, purporting to represent the Major, called m LJocuul, and told him to keep the eagle; uot to let It go out of his hands lor any amount of money; to feed It well, and a good price would bo paid for U, and Ljockel would be well paid for hit trouble; that when " wo ” were ready the bird would be pro seined to one of the parks In the name of Cur ler Harrison. Ljockel obeyed Instructions, uud, though ut one time offered (30 fur Hie eagle, re fused to sell, because a sale had In effect been raado to the Mavor. As Wualcu's promises were not lived up to, Ljockel says be visited Mr. Harrison about a mouth ago, and was told " it would be all right in a few days”; to go and see* Whalen. Ljockel did so, and Whalen advised him to go to tho Mayor,—that bis Honor would give him an ©nice, Ljuvkol didn't want a position, but did want some money fur Hie trouble bo bad been to lu looking alter the eagle. He let the matter rest for awhile, but us there were no evidences of edits position to nay ho went to Whalen again yester day, but gut no latiifactloii; Whalen said he knew nothing about It. Hence Llockel's resort to the courts to get what is due him. lie values the bird at (36, iiu? cost of thu iced was (JO, and ho adds (10 for olhereznenscs uud services. A SHAM EIGHT. WUIOU CULMINATED IN A WOLD KODDZBT. One of the moit daring robberies of the year was accomplished Tuesday noon ot the south* west corner of Cliuton and Jackson streets, iu front of tbe works occupied by the Garden City Lead-Pipe Works, Samuel SebuU General Manager. At about 12:80 tWo young men appeared on Uio sidewalk m fron} of tbe ofllcc, and alter a few ouury words began fighting. Pocket-knives weredraauby each, sod they fought back and forth. In an alarmingly murderous manner. Finally ofte forced *lhe other backwards Into the ofllcc, malting vicious stabs with his knife, untiltbey reached an Inner room, where they clinched and fought with amazing equality. Mr. Scbutz, alarmed that tbe scrimmage would result in a murder, ran after the combatants and separated them after .some litllo trouble. Both went off threatening each other* and promising to settle the deadly feud the next time they met. It was not unlit some minutes elapsed that Mr. Schutz noticed that SSO cash ami a gold watch nml chain were missing from thu cash drawer. A moment's search convinced him Ibal ho had been robbed, ami then the truth of the preced ing quarrel appeared to him In Its true light. The fight was only n shorn, for lie remembered that though they used their knives desperately, neither was cut. The thief was then siinplv the tool of these two mock fighters. Ho at onco reported Ids loss to Iho West Madison street police. Ho fur nished so good a description of the men thatthe olllccrs concluded that Billie Connors and Jo seph Slater, the two most notorious thieves In the city, were the perpetrators. Mr. Sebutx, upon being shown tneir photographs In the Hogues' Album, at ouco identified them as the two men wanted. The next step In the matter was to capture those men, which Is by no means an ensv mat ter, especially Just .after they have com mitted any depredation. However, De tectives Holey and Hoffman ascertained that the gang were In the habit ot meeting at or near the corner of Beach uml Polk streets. Arrangements were mode In the office of Iho oil works at that corner to telephone the Information to the West Madison Street Station should they meet at that corner as usual during the day. At 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon the Information that they were there was re ceived, and Detectives Shun ami Keating, Holey and Huffman, and Smith mid Jcnulngs went husttlv to tlie place. Connors, Slater, uml the notorious Albert Boeder, alius Enuncll. were sighted, mid as they attempted to cfccopo the police fired sundry shots alter them until thu trio had been safely placed under ar rest. At the station the two former weru posi tively Identified bv Mr. Schulz, mid at last there ' Is a strung probability that they will bo sent to the Penitentiary. Slater uml Connors ore the two most noto rious thieves mid desperadoes within thu cltv limits, ami though they nave been arrested for almost every robbery committed within the cltv for the past year, mid there was ever a strong probaoilltv that they wero the culltv ones, the evidence Has never been suf ficiently strong to cuuvict. liuedcr is their lit companion, and Is (be thief who was shot some days ago in an encounter with Policeman Haines. SUBURBAN. LAKH. The Board of Trustees hold an adjourned meeting Tuesday afternoon at the Town-Hall. All members present. On motion of President Blester, the Treasurer nas instructed to attend the ouuunl sale by the. County Treasurer of liinds and lots delinquent (or taxes and special assessments of 1378, and to protect Urn interests of the Town of Lake by payments of all specials of the Town of Lake where the town has cerllllcntcs of purchase for former years, and by purenase for the town of all specials levied by the Town u! Lake not paid or purchased by oilier ourtlcs. Mr. W. M. Berry. Superintendent of Uic South Parks, presented a petition asking permission to erect n Hue of telegraph poles on Forty-seventh street from Htale street to Ualsted street, and on Ilulsted street (rum Fortv-suvcntlt street to the Union Block-Yards, for the purpose of con necting the South Park with the city by tele phone. Iteforrcd. The following resolution, olTcrcd by Mr. Red field, was adopted: WnicnßAft, Complaints have been made by vari ous persons residing in the Town of Lake nlongtbo line of the Union Stock-Yards track that tho con veying of dead animats and offal in cars along said track from Ilulsted street lo Stale street is an In tolerable nutssneo; therefore, bait * Itemized , That Committee No. 7, In connection with the town Attorney Is instructed to Investi gate the cause of such complaint and report to this board, by ordinance or otherwise, such measure os may be necessary to prevent jmd abuts tuck nui sance. Adjourned to Friday. EVANSTON. The regular meeting of the Board of Trustees was held in the Village cilice Tuesday night. A cuimnuolcatlon was received from Mr. 11. M. Kidder, from which it appeared that a serious error had beeo made in thu construction of the hrancti sewer from Davis street to University place. By making the connection with the main sewer . too near. the surface the head of thu branch sewer Is so high as to seriously impair Its olllcloncy os a drain. The Communication was referred to Bcwcrogo Committee. The bathing ordinance was re vised so that bathing is now pronibited from tho (Jymuasiutu building to Dempster street be tween'tho hours of 5 a.m. aim ou. m. • After passing some sidewalk permits, the Board ad journed. APPELLATE COURT, SECOND DISTRICT. Spedat Dlipate A to The TWbuno. Ottawa, 111., July 10.—Decisions la tho fol lowing cases were tills day rendered (a the Ap pellate Court, Second District: 53. Hlckok vs. Preston el al.; decree affirmed. 00. Hlckok, Assignee, etc., vs. Preston ct al.; decree affirmed. 103. HatUa cl al. vs. Hatton ct al.; decree af firmed. HIT. Hornes vs. Jacobs ct al,; reversed end re manded. .. 173. Bole vs. Sheppard; decree affirmed, 178. Cotney et al. vs. Town of Uartlaod; af firmed. 303. Blair vs. Reading cl al.; decree affirmed. 300. Carpenter ot at. vs. Calvert; decree reversed and hill dismissed, * 381. Brooke vs. Hotchkiss; decree reversed and bill dismissed. 363. Cincinnati. Lafayette 4 Chicago Railroad Company vs. Bucbarme; affirmed. 237. Telit vs. Hurd: aillrmcd. 330. McMouflavs. McHouoiub et al.; reverted and remanded, 3UI. Lewis, administrator, etc., vs. County of Winnebago ot al. ;• aifirmcd. 30-1. Fnrrallvj. Bbeliyetal.; affirmed. 303. Reynolds vs. Patterson; reversed and re manded. 308. Simpson vs. Hlmpson; decree affirmed. 371. UatDy vsv Olxun; decree reversed sud ro manced. 373. Lown vs. Kilgonr 5 decree affirmed. 373. UollunbcCk. administratrix, etc.,vs. Coun ty of WimieonßO etal.; aiUrmed. 378. Cassidy etal. vs. People, for use, etc.; af firmed. 370. Staggvs. Small etal.; decree reversed and remanded. 383. City of Monmonth vs. Reed: otllrmcd. 38.'|. Crosby vs. Itavntt ot al.; affirmed. 300. Harvey, executor, etc., vs. Plant; af firmed. 301. Marks vs. Loomer; reversed and remanded. 300. Uindcrl vs. Schneider; reversed and to manned. 303. Green ot at. vs. People, for nsc, etc.; af firmed. 300. Mitchell etal. vs. Keomgct ol.; affirmed. 308. Brudloy vs. Simpson et al.; decree af firmed. 000. Reinhart, Impleaded, etc., vs. Blaudell; affirmed. 003. Mix eta*, vs. People; affirmed. 003. Carr vs. Miner; affirmed. Oil. Moss vs. Lamer; affirmed. 013. Watkins vs. bauds: reversed and remanded. 013. Merritt etal. vs. Merritt; decree affirmed. 018. Lane vs. Rational City Bank; affirmed. 010. Hermann vs. Cilr of sterling: affirmed. 033. Kinsman etal. vs. Bnrout; affirmed. 035. Freeman etal. vs. Window et al.; decree affirmed. 037. slropklnsvs. Beaver; affirmed. 038. Panton vs. Manley otai.; decree reversed ana remanded. 030. Leu, administrator, va. Rowley et al.; de cree reversed in part, affirmed In part. 000. Bwiteer. impleaded, etc., vs. Lotlonvlllo et al.; reversed nod remanded. 003. German Fire-Insurance Company vs. Ger ber; affirmed. Axdol Dltvate* le The Trtbuae. Ottawa, Hi., July IB.—Tho lollowlng were the proceedings Id the Appellate Court, Second District, to-day: v MOTIONS DBCIDBD. 131. The Ottawa, Oswcco 4 Fox River Valley Railroad Company vt. Hall; motion for leave to prosecute writ of error to tne Supreme Court de nied, 77. Garrett vs. Rides; defendant permitted to file addition to transcript. 100. Hupp vs. Mciuturf; motion for time to file record, abstract, and briefs denied. MOTIONS BNTJtItXD. . 103 The Ottawa. Oswego 4 Fox River Valley Railroad Company vs. Simon McMalb; motion by appellee for ten days to pie Uriels allowed. Hi. The Peoria 4 Springfield Railroad Company vs. Ilryanctal.; motion by defendant for Uuu to file briefs. • 38. Turner et al. vs. Tuo Peoria 4 Springfield Railroad Company; motion by appellee for time to file oriels. 111. Marbald ot al. vs. Peoria 4 Springfield Railroad company etal.: same. UU. Smith vs. Hood; motion by appellants for time io file replies. ITU. Watkins vs. James et a).; motion byap- Eeilant for Iravo to file record, abstracts, and rluU as o( proper date denied. 7U. Merritt et al. vs, Merritt; appellants pray appeal to tbe Supreme Court. PASSED CASKS CALLED, 125. Burrall vs. Hull; taken. ItiO. Uupuvs. Molutunf; taken. Court adjourned Mil Tuesday next at 10 o'clock. TEMPERANCE JUBILEE. aottial Dltpateh to Tk* TVibuns. LiPobti, Ind., July 10.--The great Temper ance Jubilee was formally ooeued to-day. There was an Immense crowd In the Tabernacle to listen to the address of the Uon. \V. W. Curry. Crowds are coming In on every train. It will continue furtive days, and many noted speakers are down on the list. Mr. Carry was frequently applauded, and the audience was veil pleased. , . ELEVATED RAILROADS. Another Indignation Mteotinpfof Wo)!s Street Property-Owners. The Scheme Denounced ns an Attempt to Extort Money. Another meeting of oropertv-holder* on Korih Welts street was held last evening at No. 605 on that thoroughfare, to protest and In* tllgnaio against the proposed Chicago & Evans ton Elevated Railway. The attendance was even larger than that at the preceding meeting. The assembled taxpayers were called to order by Mr. Charles Williams, and Mr. Fred Becker was chosen to prcsLc. lie staled that Uic Committee appointed at the first meeting had obtained signatures to the protest against tho road representing nearly 15,000 feet of property on tho street. Tho ticcrotary, Mr. Williams, read a draft of some reasons to bo attached to tho petition when it should ho submitted to tho Council. They were, In substance, asfollows: That, under the General Incorporation act, the Council was prohibited from granting tho use of or right to lav down any railroad tracks in any street of tho city to any steam or horse railroad company ex cept upon a petition of the owners of tho land representing more than onc-half the frontage* of the street, or so much thereof as Is sought to bo used for railroad nurposes; tlml, In this case, no such petition had boon asked for or obtained; tlml it was contrary to justice, und tho interests of all classes, for tlio city to divest Itself of the control of its streets, or conlcr any rights or casements therein contrary to tho rights of Urn public; that there were at present sufficient accommodations and means of travel furnished bv the Northwestern Railroad und the street-car lines; that, In tho opinion of the petitioners, tho incorpora tors had no bona flUe intention to construct the proposed elevated railroad, os It would cost a very largo amount of money, while It would not yield the slightest profit; that they further be lieved it to be a scheme to moko monev, cither by selling the worthless stock, or by obtaining money from t he railroad add hone-railway com panies, for which reason the Council should not aid this dlshoucst scheme. The reasons further set forth tho Irreparable damage which the building of such a road would inflict on the prop erty of the street, und the objectionable feature,, alrcadv apparent In New York, of passengers in the elevated railway cars gazing into the sec ond and third stories of tho houses along the route, ami destroying any such thing as domes tic privacy. • Thu granting of this franchise, even if I lie road were never built, would be destructive of property values (or the boneflt of a few speculators. In New York, rapid transit and more facilities for moving tuc human throng were necessary, bat oven there property interests along the lino HAD BEEN NEARLY RUINED, * and (rood tenants nad been succeeded by a class who would cot pay 25 per cent of the former rciual. The stores had become dark, and the tradespeople and lodgers were com* palled to leave mid seek other locali ties where the unbearable noise and dirt of fost-movlng trains could bo escaped, and where daylight was not completely shut out The soot and dust could not bo gotten rid of, and to keep clean was on Impossibility, while the screeching whistle and the noise and roar of the passing trains sickened the strong and killed (he sick and the weak. Chicago had plenty of room inside the limits for Its popula tion, without seeking suburban homes, and the common Interest required me build ng up of the city within the limits. When this was done, it might bo advisable to look up means for more room ‘ and facilities to reach It, but at no time ought cltl zcn-taxDiiycra on one street to bo asked or ex pected to saenheo their right ami property for the benefit of others, without at least (if invol untary) a fair and Just Indemnity. Ala. McCormick, who was present, was in vited to address the meeting, lie considered thu reasons Just adduced as very forcible. There was no need here, as in New York, where the streets were very narrow, and often blocked bv passing vehicles, for an elevated railroad, and unless some reasons were adduced to show the necessity of such a road, ho should vole against craning the Company a franchise. [Applause.! Furthermore, ho did not believe such a road would pav anything. Aid. Wettercr said that, while be hod Intro duced thu ordinance out of courtesy to the in corporators, ho had no Idea It would ever pass the Council, and he tbouch(ho could assure the propcrtt-bohlora that incvwbuld never see an elevated railroad on Nortb Wells street. [Ap plause.) ’ Valentino Huh said ho had circulated one of the petitions, and fouud ail the property-holders he had appealed to unanimous in their oppo sition to the scheme. All that was necessary to do now was to goon and secure the signatures of all, and then present their petition to the Council. Kx-Ald. Schwelsthal was Invited to speak, and Insisted particularly ou tbo destruction of property value which the building of an elevated railway would brim; about ( and on the neces sity of the Incorporators first gaining the con sent ot tbo property-holders before any serious attempt was made to I‘USJI such a ecnsMS. Tlic following Committee was then appointed to draw up a remonstrance, embodying the rea sons above sot forth, and to present the same to the Council next Monday evening: Ex-Aid. Scbwelstoal, B. Uerllzbvtmcr, Val Huh, Charles Williams, Charles Spnngenberg. Further remarks were ipado by Mr. Williams and the Chairman, the former insisting on the law points already brought dut> uud die appar ent defiance of the law on the part- of these in corporators In not securing the consent of the property-holders. Their purpose evidently was, he said, lo act rccardlcss ol the wishes ol the property-holders, provided tney knew the law (and they probably did), and they would, ol course, bring every influence to bear upon the members 'Ot the Council In Irving to push through tlielr speculative scheme, in this con nection ho suggested that it would bo well to watch tbo Aldermen and see bow they voted on so questionable a measure. v The Committee was Instructed to draw up tbo petition and remonstrance between this and Monday afternoon, so that the papers rosy bo presented to the Council that evening. The meeting then adjourned. One of the “incorporators” was present at tbo meeting,—an oldish, dark-complexioned gentleman, with little of the capitalistic appear ance lu bis make-up. Though It must have been galling to bear Die project alluded to as a mere speculative, money-making, and dishonest scheme, be was dumb, lie sat, listened, and took iioios near the reporters 1 table, but. like a lamb before his shearers, he opened uot his mouth. When the meeting broke up ho silent ly folded his tent and dusted with an air of dis gust plainly visible on bis physiognomy. And bis name was Uorue. FINANCIAL. Sptdal Dluxilchja Tht Tribune. •Oshkosh, Wls., jjuly 10.— lo the United States Court to-dav live suit o( James D. Goodman, of Chicago, ogaluat the City of Oshkosh, to recover principal ami loterest of three bonds of said city issued to the Chicago & Northwestern Railroad lo 1850, was decided In favor pt the plaintiff, and Judgment rendered for about SIB,OOO. Thu bonds were puruhusad two years since by Phlle* lus Bawvcr, and payment was refused by the City Council for political reasons, out the city wilt now pay lu lull. NO TONQUA. While Dr. Price’s Extract Vanilla has thb fine flavor of the fruit, others will be found to have the bitter, rank taste of the snuff bean. Many of onr leading citizens are baying their cigars by the box at Dawson’s, ~11 Bute struct. Indigestion, nervous nrostratlon.'and all forme of general debility relieved by taking Alonemaa's Puptonued Ueuf Tunic, ttnw only preoursllon of buef containing Its umlre nutrlttuua properties. It is nut a mere atimulant like toe ex* tract* of beef, but contain* blood-maklmr. force* generating, and life**u«UlDluir propertiea; U in valuable la all enfeebled condition*, whether the c«*ult of exhaustion, nervous prostration, aver* work, or acute disease: particularly if teauUlng from pulmonary complaint*. Caaweil, Hazard & Co., Proprietor*, New York. For sale by drug* gists. DEITIIH. WILLIAMS—JuIy 1% Jane Hughe* William*, wife of William T. and mother ot W.il. Williams. aged ttt *Vuneral at residence. 443 Weal Lake-il., to-day at 11 and Utica (N. V.), and PnlUdelpula (Pa.) taper* plea*e copy. IIARUINUTON—Of coDiumptloo, July is, Henry P. Harrington, aged aa year* and 7 month*, aon of the late Prank ana B. B. Harrington. .... Fauerui service will bo held at the family residence, 144 uichlgaa-av., Friday, Juno in atap. m. by car riage* to Ciiacelaud. lirporimoutU (N. U.) papers please copy. tluuuNEY—William iloroney. aced as year*. July 19 Funeralfrom blatate residence, 01 Uenryat.. to day at 10 o'clock to the Holy Family Church, thence by cm to Calvary Cemetery. IjT New Albany paper* pleaae copy. liUPFAT-JuU to. kt ITS Wlathc«ter*st.. blcholera Infantum, Annie Isabella. youngest daughter of Robert and tiusan Moffat, and granddaughter of Daria oil* (citric. livrj. fiCHUllEßT—Eddie,son of Frank and Mary Schubert, aged a rears and o months. . Funeral from their residence. SB* Want Twelfth-aL, comer LoomK to msccland, Friday, July IS, I p, vn. CARVJSR At n p. tn., Wednesday, the tmh, at th« residence of bis daughter, Mr*. J. 11. Thompson, Urn* jftmln carter. In nlv Hin year, father of Mrs. J. n, fhompson, Mrs. L. 7.. Letter, aud w, 8. Conor, of ibis C 'sinenl notice hereafter. Friend* arc kindly re* quested not to rend flowers. tv Herkimer County (New Fork) paper* plcaae copy. CorigaN—Funeral of William Cortgan to-day at 10 o’clock from his lato residence. 88J autc-it., to bu John’s church, thence to Calvary by carriages. D. Taylor, at her.residence, 399 inly, of heart disease. . am at the Church of the Holy h-it., Friday, July 18, at 8:30 :es to Calvary. TAVLOR-Mri. A. C West Taylor-*!., suddet Polcmn Requiem Ma Family, West Twelfth o’clock a. di. Carriage nmiilM-M. Dochm. in Ms Tad year. Funeral from hla late icililunce, 1309 South Dear* born-st., at lo o'clock ibis morning. MANTONVA—EIIa, wife of L. D.Mantonya. of con* ■umptlon, at tho home of her parents, near Mount Vernon. «. . . .„ . , ttr New Vork and Deaton papers please copy. MoQUiGO-July is. Irene Florence, little daughter of Fred and Ella Mctjulgg, aged 4 months and 11 days. Funeral to-day at 10 a. m. MltLLor—July in, Alllco, beloved wife of Michael Mniloy. aged :tJ years. _ .. . Funeraffrom residence. IR3 West Twenllelh-lt, at 10 o’clock a. in. to-day to the Church of titered liosrt, tlienco by cars to Calvary cemetery. MULDOON—JuIy 10, of consumption, Arthur Mu\* doon. eged 33 years, eldest sun of John and Mary Muldoon. Funeral Friday, July 18. at 11 o’clock, from late rest deuce. HQ North raulfna-it, to tit. Colombian's Church, thence by cars to Calvary Cemetery. . IlAtiTlE—The funeral service* of the late Thomas ilastle will bo hold of the Scotch Church, corner Adams and tiannamon-sta., to-dny at it a. rn., thence by cats to lloschill. Friends Invited. KABPEII—JuIy 10, Ktclka Della Kasper, aged 8 months and 10 days, daughter of Joseph and Della Ka«rer. Funeral at 4 o'clock to.dar from their residence, 183 Llncolc-av. WALKER—On tho morning of July is, tit John Franc**, youngest son ot tinmuol .1. and Amanda Mote* head WalKcr. aged 7 years I mouth aud to days. Funeral (onlay at 4 i>. in., from residence, on Clark* *(.. near Divcrsy. Lake view. Friends of the family are Invited to attend. _ A PARTIAL BLOCKADE ortlie main avenue for escape of refuse from tho human system Is utterly subversive of regularity among the other organs. Let comitfpailon become chronic, and, leaving oat the imminent danger of inflammation of tho bowels and their total obstruc tion occurring. Jnandlco is almost certain to ensue, the liver Is (table to become engorged, tbe blood ond urlno arc noisoned by the bile, which also vi tiates tbe juices of tbe stomach, and other unhap py consequences follow. Hostetler's Stomach Hit ters, a prime tonic alterative, prevents or remedies these results and their cause, as tbe case may re quire, ond Is also signally cfllcacloue In overcom ing flatulence, heartburn, and variaolu oa well n» constipated action of the bowels. It renews nerve power, Improves tho appetite, stays the progress 1 of early decay, relieves the Inllrmiilca of age, and is a pleasant appetizer. 4N.\ODNOEHIENTS. HE SALOONKEEPERS' UNION will bo field at Mrs. Simon's, In >7. July tH. at h o'clock p. m., t BAKU, Present. A MEETING OF Til of Lake View « Oracclsnd, on Frida] sharp. LAWUBNUE IMtAYKII-MKETINO IN LOWKIt lay will bs lea ay tlio llov. E. U. 'IMIK 13 O'CLOCK I 1 1 Farwell limit to*di Dnrli. '(•UR DAILY 8 O’CLOCK OOSI’BL MEETING OP I the ’ST. c. T. IT., in Lower Ptrwell IUU, will l« led to-day by Mr». I'rof.KaTfD. 'pHkllß WILL OB A MKBTINO OF TAB SEVENTH 1 Ward Itcpubllcnn Club to-nlebt ai 3.r>54 blue lilaml-av, All members arc Invited to attend. TempkkancP: mkktinu this kvkninu at Tammany Hall, corner of Lincoln and Indlnna-su. TtOVAL, OAKINO POWDEK. |g|j Absolutely puro-mado from Grape Oroam of Tartar. Imported excltwlvely for thli powder from the Wins dUirlct of Prance. Always uniform and wholesome. Sold only la cons hy all Grocers. A pound can mailed lo any address, nonage paid, on receipt of uo cents. KOVALBAKING f’OWlfcu CO,. 171 Uuane'ft.. Now Yurie. • Mon cheap Dowdcn contain slniut daascroui toiiealths arold ttiem. especially when ottered loose or in bnllc. ■ _ MATS. MANILA HATS, $3.30, S3.SO, .$3.50, REGULAR PRICE, $5.00. To bo hod only at AIjVOBD’B .« YELLOW FRONTS, 125 So. Clark, and 42 North Clark-st. lIVEING AND CLEI.XINfI. vaiti) 111 IT IvUll vLII DLUHIm N.O.— Lfttilcs’iireMesbttcgues LADIES AND GENTS. lAc., repaired and denned. MEALS. ft f A fl ft FOR CORPORATIONS, B | || I I Courts, Notaries, Lodges. BU II B Is etc., etc. Wux Beals for TfT U I T Packages. ■IB ni II S. J>. C/illda & Co.. UIbIIhV 70 Washington 9r. CANDIES. a BB ■B.nff CELRDKATKD THROUGH iI M EUIHHui out lliu Uulon—expreued to CANDisims-e AUCTION MALES. W.ll, A. UIJ ITBIM Ac CO., Auctioneer*. iTJKut Itandoloh-SL REGULAR THURSDAY” TRADE BALE TDlzhlZr GOODS, t lotlilug, Furnishing (looda, Ac., THURSDAY.'JuIy 17. at n:3O o'clock a. in., at our Salesrooms. 17a lisadolpn*it. Wit. A. UUTTER3 ACO., Auctioneers. BUTTERS' REGULAR SATURDAY SALE AT ACCTIOH, Household Q oods, Carnots, Stoves, aud General lUoreliaudiso, SATURDAY, July 10, »t ITailapdolph-lt. BANKRUPT SALE. Fine Cigars and Tobacco, A City Delivery Wagon, The one formerly inch by (he stein Dollar Store, made to order by cosu A Ten Uruuko, aud cost fsoo, MONDAY, July 31. at to o'clock a. m., at 173 East RaUduiDh'lt. liy order of ROOT, E. JENKINS, Aaalgoee. Wit. A. UUXt'KUs £ CO., Auctioneer*. REAL ESTATE SALE or DM* HUM M, FUONTINU ON SOUTH PARK BOULEVARD, ON EORREBT-AV., ON OALUMET-AV., ON THXETV-EIGHTH-BT., Between Tblrty-ieventh and Thlrty-eightb-iu.. At Auction, Monday, July 21,1870| At 314 o'clock p. m., at ITS Rial Randolph*!!. Plata aie now ready. * WAt. A. UUTTKUB £ CO.. Auctioneer*. BY 91. .11. NAKDIIKN & CO., island 133 Wabaah-av. REGULAR BALE OP Boots, SloesUjjors A.T A.XTOTIO3SJ, TUIB (THURSDAY) MORN ING at 0 o'clock. JAB. V, UqNAUAHA* AucV*.