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GENETIATj NEWS. Kemenyl la at the Harific. D. Hudson, of Cairo, Is at the Gardner. j, L. Crosier, Chester,.Ha., Is at the I’alraer. Joseph Taylor, of Detroit, Is at the Trcmonl. C. B. Do Boy, of Waukesha, is at the Card- Col. U. B. Marcy, U. 5. A, le a guest of Urn Pacific. John Olney ot Washington, 111., Is at the Gardner. O. J. Blxbf, of Dubuque, Is a guest of Ihe Sherman. William Barge. Dixon, Is registered at the Sherman. Count nnnhoir, WMhlnßlon, I). C., ii rogln terutt at the J'nlmer. A. W. Caas&rd mid family, of Baltimore, are domiciled at Ihe Pacific. The Bev. R. B. Atwlll, Burlington, Vl., Is one of tho guests of the Pacific. Col. B. T. Jacob, S. A. Crosier, and J. Baxter, U. S. A., aru at the Palmer. John K. Speed, of Memphis, is among yester- arrivals at tho Slierman. Sub-Treasurer Gilbert redeemed $4,000 In subsidiary silver, but f-afd out no dollars. The Internal-Revenue receipts were $21,001,. whisky contributing $lll,BBO, tobacco sJ,%tf), mid beer S>WO. J. C. Wchb, Huddersfield, H. M. Booth and William E. Pond, London, England, are guests of the Pacific. District-Attorney Bangs filed on Information against, and the .Marshal took possession of, the tobacco seized at Butter Bros. The Bccclvcr of the German National Bank is preparing chccks'for the payment of a dividend of 25 per cent, to be paid on ami after Sept. 10. Judge N. M. Hubbard, Cedar Unplds, Judge D. Mooar, Keokuk, Judge and Mrs. John F. Dillon, Davenport, la., are guest* of tho Pacific. B. E. Carey, General Passenger Agent of the Now Orleans & Mobile Railroad, and J. 8. Cook, General Traffic Manager of tho Peoria, Pckm ds Jacksonville Railroad, are at tho Puclfic. Tho temperature vesterdav, ns observed hr Manasse. optician, 8s Madison street (TitiiiDNn Building), was at 8 a. m., 78 degrees; 10 a. m., 81: 13 m., 84; Jlp. m„ 80; Barome ter at.B a. m., 7p. m., 22.42. Mrs. Johanna Brennan was yesterday taken from her residence, No. 2:11 Sooth Park avenue, to the Armorv, nt the reoucst of her relatives, who believe her to bo Insane. Hhc bai been m-lhic curiously for some time. Mrs. Brennan in about 48 years of age, and has a family of five children, tho eldest of whom Is li years of aac. The* Twenty-first Regiment, New York Stale Volunteers, enlisted at Buffalo, hold u reunion ot tlml I’ttv on the 17th of Ncnicmlmr next. All members Ihrouuhmit the West would do well to correspond with Cnpt. B. aciiermerhorn, United States Express CouiPtuiy, Chicago, and arrange ♦o travel together Host, leaving Chicago the evening of Sept. 15. A mnn with n drum succeeded In drawing 100 bovs nml cirts, and nbrmt 20men to the corner of North avenue and Larrahec street, last even ing, and when the music censed, A. 0. Blshon, the eight-hour agitator. mudo n speech, lie was followed hv tioodlme and others. The people in that locality do not seem to bo Inter ested In the movement. The Rev. James 11. Brooks, of St. lamia, who la on his wnv home from the Geneva Conference, stooped over in this ellv in order to spenk In Moody’s Church Inst evening. The lecture room was comfortably full of people, who were very much interested In his remarks, which were hosed on the text “ Abide In Christ,” he using the word In the sense of continue, dwell, ami taro*. 9 The will of Edwin Kcrwln, deceased, which was admitted to probate neforo Judge Knickerbock er, leaves 8500 to the Catholic Bishop ot Chica go In trust for the Little Sisters of the Poor; $.50.1 to the Society of Jesus In the Parish of the Holy Fnmllv; s3ooto the St. Joseph Orphan Asylum; ssooto the St. Vincent de Paul Sod . ciy of the Parish of the Holy Family: and 8300 to each of hw brothers and sisters. The rest ot the estate Is left to his wife, the total value of the estate being about s‘-10,000. Scouler nml wife and Mary Watson, alias Henderson, the Chicagoans who were arrested In Milwaukee fur passing and having in their possession counterfeit money, hod a further hearing before a United Slates Commissioner yesterday, and were remanded until Monday, when they w ill, without doubt, he held for trial. The ease against all Is strong, hut Mrs. Scouler may ultimately escape, since she is presumed to have been under the Influence of hor husband, und, therefore, not responsible. While going to his work nt 7:30 yesterday morning, John Shaw, living on Dearborn street near the cltv limits, saw on tlui Fort Wavno Railroad track near Thirty-seventh street two 'children playing no earnestly with the atones along the track that they did not notice an ap proaching train.; The elder, a little girl of 8 rears, got out of the way when Mr. Shaw colled to them, but a little 8-yenr-old hoy, was left right in front of Urn rapidly approaching train. Mr. Slmw sprang towards the little fellow and just gat him out of the road when the pilot of Ihn engine struck him on the left leg. Injuring him badly. Hu was taken to his home, and the physicians who were called in to attend him were of the opin ion that his heroic action in saving two Jives would cost him the loss of the limb. Mention was mode yesterday of the return to Buffalo of u Miss Avvrv, who came here with come unknown Individual, who, she said, had mulried her at the East aud hud deserted her here. Then she said that the pitmiii in ques tion was Frank J. Rawson. He was brought before the police authorities, and denied the truth of her statement, which she sub sequently retracted. Further evidence of her unlruthlulncs Is furnished hv the statement of Capt. Shaw, of the schooner Weeks, on which lUwson Is cooking, who says that the vouug man has not been away from lira boat for more than four hours at & time since the Sfltli of April, and then oniv between 7 and 11 p. in. . At the time when Miss Avery arrived In ttua . city Rawsun was In Kriu with lus vessel. The young man cumo from Bulfola dud was ac quainted with tho Averys, but Jot,particularly with tbe girl. ‘ DU. THOMAS T- £1.1,1S died very suddenly at Marshall. Minn., on the ITth last., whllu visiting mi old friaud of thirty years' standing. The Doctor had for many years practiced his prolesslon in this city, lie held umnv places ol trust mid emolument, both lu this and the old country, with credit to him self and the service ho was engaged in. Thu Doctor was horn at Keswick, Cumber land County, Kngiuml, Oct. T, It&i. At an cnrlv ago ho> entered Trinity College, Dublin, graduating there with honor mid entering the Koval College of . Physicians ut Kdinnnrg, Bcntlnml, thence going to London, whore lie entered Ida profession a thorough eUentlilc mid classical scholar. At the breaking out of the Knlllr war, he was appointed Assistant Burgeon un Sir Hugh dough's stuff, mid went with tin* denerul to Africa. Wounded severely shortlyulterhlsurrlval.hu was ordered home, ami soon after sold out bis ecmmitsnlnn. Id 1844 he married and enimi lo Boston, where he ■ practiced Ills profession. At die breaking out ol die War he was olfcred mid ac cepted die put-lthm of Post-Surgeon of New York, mid afterwards of Medical Director at Wmieliuusc, Vo. in IHOI ho wrote the Ural hook on i/ic War, untitled “Leaves from dm Diary ol an Army Burgeon,” which had a wide circulation. At McClellan's removal he re signed mid came to Chicago, organizing dm Buhners’ Home here. Prom that tune till wlililn live weeks of his death he never left the citv. His health falling, he went to Minnesota fur a change, but too late. Ilia remains arrived hcio hna'VVeUnesday, and die dar following lie was Interred in (JraeelmiU Cemetery, lie left a wife, mid a son by bUfirst marriage, to mourn bU loss. ArraupTCD suiujuk. Charles Wright, 45 years of age. and hailing from Texas, lust evening at o’clock at tempted to end bta duvs by shooting himself with a Cult’s patent ’ self-cocker, ÜB calibre, in the left breast, while In a house of 111-farao at No. TJ Clinton street, kept by Annie Clyde.. Wright arrived iu town yesterday, uml took lodging ut thu Washington Hotel, ut the corner of Canal and MadUuu streets. Hu met Harry Bcldcu, un employe ou the Alton Hoad, with whom he used to work sumo few years ago, amt together they went out for a little soree alrout town. Wrluht was thoroughly sat urated with liquor, and Bidden went with him more fur the purpose of seeing him back homo all right than wllhaay intention ot getilngdrunk himself. Aback was hired ul Bussell's stable, ~ Ju*e-«round the corner ou Canal street, uml a drive was had through the centre of the city. Bcturnlu? to the West Division, Wright or dered the hackman to stop at the bouse of ill-fame. Both men entered, and Wright at once went up-staira with one of Uu> inmates named Ueorgle, to make arrangements with her to go out carrlnge-rldlng trllli Mm. She ran down stairs to ask per ml«sb»n of tlm l.irntlndv, and during her absence W right Kliot himself. The bullet entered the left unmet about two Inches hack of t ie left nipple, ami, glancing upon the liftn rib. ran arodml Urn hrdv, and lodged In the thick muscle* of the buck. Ur. Phillips, who attended the injured man at the hotel, thinks ho will ro cover In a fewd.iv*. When questioned ns towhr he hut nltomptc;! bis life, Wright said that ho was broke, mid was not In bis light mind, hut laler ho claimed Itwai purely occi dental. He claims to he a wood contractor ou the “fl. H. S. A.” llallroad. whalcver that may mean. Finding himself without funds last night, ho tclcirraphcd to MaJ. J. C. Converse, of Houston, for a loan of 950. TUB TIIADR AND I.AHOR COUNOIb met at No. 150 Clark slreet In»t evening. Sev eral minor committees submitted reports of no general Importance. Tim Executive Committee reported to define just what the Council was. Tho report declared that tin- organization was distinct from - all others, nml that hereafter delegates for admis sion must he members of some Union In good standing. . Mr. McAullff then came forward with aspecch and a string of resolutions. The resolutions landed the Rev. James K. Anpiobeo “as an honest man, a scholar, and orator,— « man lib eral, progressive, and just,” and “one disre garding llie fear of denunciation by the press and social ostracism,” and thanked him for ms lecture Wednesday evening In defense of tho principle* of which they were the exponents, nml Invited him very kindly to name the thus nml place to repeal It for the bonefli of the Council. The resolution* were adopted. Mr. Sibley announced his purpose to torture nn audience with a lectnrn at an early day, and donated llfty tickets to the same, which were gratefully accepted. , ' The Council then went Into executive session to consider tho coining picnic. The doors wore locked, and the reporters were excluded. THE CITY-IIAIiTj. The policemen and firemen ar* to bo paid to day. The Mayor Is preparing to leave the city for a week. The employes of the Water Department will be paid their July salaries to-day. Brock McVlckar, Secretary of the Board ot Health, Ison the sick list. It’s the measles. The Cltv Treasurer yestonlnv received $2,100 from the Water Department, SO7O from tlio Col lector, and SB-1 from tho Comptroller. Among the building permit* Issued yesterday were the following: ToT. 8. Dobbins, to erect a one-story factory, Nos. Oil and 010 State street, to cost $1,000; and to.L H. Mellor, to erect, two one-story cottages, Clybourn place, near Paulina street, to cost $1,400. Ex-Flre-Mnrahal Benner was very anxious to sec Ihe Mayor vesterdav, am! lingered around until a late hour. The secret of his unxlotv was llmt ha had been sent for, and this gave rise to nnv variety of rumors us to change* In the Fire Department. There is no doubt but the changes heretofore Indicated are to brftnade, and that they are liable to occur nt any time. Commissioner Waller says, with reference to paving In Jroot of the Government Building, that, the cltv will not use granite blocks, what ever (he United States authorities may do with thelf half of the street. The contract for uav- Ing Adams street with wooden blocks has already been let, and he wants uniformity; furthermore, he does not believe gramto to be the boat mate rial for paving. An Item a few days ago announced that a fab ulous sum of monev had been spent for dredg ing the North Branch, especially In the vicinity of the Fullerton avenue conduit. The facta no-' pear to ho that SOO,OOO was appropriated for dredging, and that to date about $37,000 has been expended, halt of which, it Is estimated, ho* gone to die North Branch. All that has been spout for the Fullerton avenue channel Is *I,BOO. Robert Faron, First Assistant Engineer nt tho West Side Fumplng-Works, was discharged ycslerdav, and Robert Cummings was given his place. The objection to Faron was his habits, which had destroyed confidence In him on tho part of his superior officer. Ha had ft number of bis friends interceding with the Mayor all day to eel him restored, among whom were sev eral Aldermen, hut, as far us could he learned, they did not succeed In getting him to Interfere or to even promise to. Prosecutlng-AUornoy Cameron Is considera bly exercised oyer the question of the right and power of police ofllcers to serve venires for juried in cltv cases. He holds that the statutes confer this power upon them, but the Corpora tion Counsel has same doubts, and takes Issue with him. With juries summoned by Consta bles he eavs ho can do nothing, hut If policemen aro allowed to summon them he thinks he can drive the “vap»”outof town, and make terri ble Inroads upon tho criminal classes generally. Tim Mavor Is considerably worried over the ault bronchi nculust him by one Maguire for $1 for blncksmllhing, und yesterday called upon the man to get at ho nmlorsUmllng. In talk ing the question over it supeared that the Mayor’s hostler had. In February, gotten some work dona about which ho knew nothing, ami that the hill hid been presented to H. T. Weeks, hut. had not been paid. Mr. Harrison thereupon tendered Maguire sl, and wanted a receipt, but the gentleman of the forge nml anvil would not have It. “No, Mr. .Mayor,” said he, “you will stand the ault and pay the coals also.” The Mayor will stand the suit, which Is to come oft Monday. TUB CITT-HAUi CONTUACTOIW. The contractors on tho now City-Hull mel flaperlnleiidunt Ktrklnnu yesterday morning, and together thev went over the plans for tho work. They agreed that a certain eel of plans had been figured on In bidding lor tho work, but the stone-contractors disagreed with Mr. Kirk land la Interpreting them, especially in refer ence to the cornice course of stone. The result of the Interview was the brick contractor signed tho plans certifying that lie hud figured on them, but tho stone-con tractors would not for the reason that thev deemed It unnecessary, and beside it might complicate matters In the future. There Ia an air of mystery surrounding everything In con nection with Urn work, and any amount of prejudice am! hiss cropping out, ana it U al most Impossible to got at tho fads on account of tho complications existing. But Mr. Kirk land holds that he Is right In Urn cornice-course dispute, and still forbids the setting of the stone. t'OUOB CHANGES. There was some commotion ut Police Head, quarters yesterday morning, created by the sud den appearance of an order out of the usual lino, bearing the signature of the Acting Super intendent, bnt really emanating from the Mayor’s office. It struck no one with moru surprise limn O’Donnell, and was as (allows: Chicago. Am?. OnUr No. Id: 1, Capt. William .1. McGarlglo is hereby transferred from the Central Station to the Third Precinct, and assigned to duty in command or said nrremet. ♦>, |,lent. James T. Barbee Is hereby relieved from duty ns nciing Captain of tlio Third Precinct, nml assigned loamy at tlio West Chicago Avenue Station. .111.,1,.A1l B. litiocilvc E. J. Sterlo, of the Centra] Station, 1h hereby assigned in duly In elmrgn of the Detect ive Dctinrtiuoiil until further orders. Transfers herein mentioned lo take effect at 0 o'clock this afternoon. Simon* O'Donsri.u Acting General Superintendent. After tlm order had been made public, u re porter asked Rupt. O'Doutiell what It meant, am) ho was dumb. The Mayor was alio asked about It, but he dodged all questions and as sumed an air of profound ignorance. He pre tended not to know that such un order had been Issued, and wan skillful in 11, too, forhlsgeneral answer was that he had not been at head quarters, etc. ('apt. Medurlglo I could not ho found at the rookery, consequently his Im pressions could not ho gotten. It Is natural to Infer, however, that ho ts not well pleased with the change, especially since It amounts to a promotion backward, ami, furthermore, olucu nocsußu Is assigned for Die change. Lieut. Barhot*. It Is safe to say. takes about the same view of U, mid the only person who Is realty happvover It U Detective Steele. His happiness, however, la marred by Die fact that his promo tion reads “mull further orders,” which he In terprets to mean that his glory is but tem porary. _ THE COUNTY BUILDING Tho County Collector continues tu mako sales In thu Town ot bake for delinquent taxes. Clccro will bo taken up Monday. John Heed,' who U under arrest for horse stealing, has filed a petition lor a writ of habeas corpus, which will he heard by Judge Baruum to-day. As usual un Fridays, the number of marriage licenses Issued was very small—ouly. six. Thursday was a good day, uml probably twenty or twenty-live will be taken out to-day. But you can't get the average marrying mun to visit the County Clerk’s pitlce ou this errand on a Friday. The old superstition still Ungers. Oolv two County Commissioners were to bo Been around Hie building yesterday, the ma jority having gone down tu Aurora. Bo had about half the clerks lu the different odious. Nclihertho Criminal nor the County Court was opened; (tiers was nothing new in thu Sheriff's oUlccj and the utllcu of the tiuie’s-Attoruey was THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE; SATURDAY. AUGUST 23. IH7O SfXTEEN HAGES equally Imre ol news. Some committee meet* lugs liavo been called for f hlstoftcrnoou, but It Is unite likely that most of them will fall for want of a quorum. _ THE NEW CITY-HATjTj. lUJIT.mNO COMMJTTRB’S Rttponx. The Building Committee of the City Connell, which hsa for several weeks been Investigating numerous charges preferred by tnlorcstod per eons In reference to Hie construction of the new City-Hall, met yesterday morning under lock ami key to agree upon n report. All of Ihe members were present, and, after culling In two of the historic “experts” and examlnlmr 2,000 pages of (he evidence taken, they acrecd upon a report, or the majority of them did, and Aid. Phelps, Ihe Chairman, was deputed to draft the report, and Inthe afternoon hceompletcdlt ami presented It to his fellow-members for their signatures. All of them signed It.except Aid. lllordan. and ho may or may not sign H. The probabilities, how ever, ore that ho will not on account of I/nwJcr’a Influence, but whether he does nr not la of little Importance. The report Is ns follows s Your Committee to whom was assigned the clntr of examining Into fberhargra made by various asrties against the materials, and the rummer In wmch the City Hall has been, andlls now being, constructed. havlnc hnd the same under advise menu respectfully renort: . That we flrelmel with the ‘'exports appointed hv the Mayor. and arranged with them to bo and make a thoronch examination of tho building, the report of which was received ami nulihshed. On tho examination of said report we found that It contained such ex- Imordlnurr declarations and charges In referenro lo the plans, and the parlies who hid for the work, the material mud. and the manner In which tho work was beln* done: that your Comm tec. In order to arrive us near as possible at nil tho farts In the esse. cnnnlmled lo notify a nttnilmr of bonders, architects, and the parties wno had hid for the stone, brick, and Iron work, at the limn of letting tho contract for such work, to appear before yonr ComnuUec and give snch evidence In this cast; as might tut re nnlred of thorn. The hearing of this kind of evi dence continued several days, and has been carefully preserved by us. and is • now In the hands of the shorthand roister, "bo Is able to Kivo vou. If desired, the re sult of this Investigation. There was no evidence before your committed to justify the report that there wore twu sets of plans, or any unfairness or Ininarilalltyshown one ner«on over another hi bid din" for the work, and ihe ••experts” were dount less led Into an error, as well as somo others In this mailer, by parties more than anxious that a false report should he made to tho injury of the stone- storming and catching of the stone-work Is as well as can ho done, and there Is no more of It done limn Is usual In all such large structures. Hundreds of such defects arc In thei Government Building, as was testified to by one of the experts. Nesrlr all of the witness** testified that the stone work oftho CUv-Hall la equal if not snjierlor to anything in this city, the Government Building possinly executed. As to the short Iron anchor*. It was a change authorized hr ihe architect, and a compromise with the builders. The long anchors wore left out of the estimates on account of the ambiguity between the plans, specifications, mid contract etc., and there wore many who testified that It were useless lo put tlmm hi. The most conflicting testimony was In relation to the construction of the small piers in frnut and rear of the building, some recommending that they remain aa they are, while ethers recommended their taking dawn. A similar ambiguity existed hern In reference to liond-atone In said Plera as ex isted In reference to long anchors. Yonr Committee would therefore recommend that the work on said City-Hall, as faraslthns progressed, be accented (with what Imperfections there mat lie, If any), bn I hereafter ft Superintend out he employed, who Is qualified to lake charge of mtd tmlUKn?. and who will compel the con tractors to carry oat thotr contract In every partic ular. „ The report will bo handed to the Council Monday evening, nml Hum and there It will bo disposed of. While It lacks explicitness, nml falls to go Into detail. Its conclusions arc war ranted by the facts, and It will be accepted ns n fair. Impartial. Just document. It disposes of nil of the charges—which never bad any mil basis—in a clear nml concise manner, ana, differ ent from the report of the “experts.” the evi dence upon which It. is bused accompanies It.- and is open lo the Inspection and digestion of any and all. JUDGE BANGS RESIGNS. HIS HBA9ONB. The mall-hog for Washington lastevonlngcon tained the following letter: CiticAr.o, Aug. 22, 1H70.-2b Ms Pr<*\>Unl l t hereby rnsnccifidlf lender to your Excellency my resignation as United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, to tako i*fleet on the Ist day of Peptombor proximo, as I desire to re name an unotllclal practice of tho law before the expiration of my official term m December next. Very respectfully, Mauk Banos. The foci that this had been written wns known early In the afternoon, hut Its contents created no surprise, since It has been surmised for some time back that the Judge would step down and out before his term expired—Dee. 14. As Is the custom, the Distrlet-Attoninr was In terviewed. “ Why have you done thlsl" “ Because 1 would rather cd out now than In he middle of winter, when my term expires.” “ Is the resignation of your own motion I” “Oh, yes.” “ Were there no Intimations!’’ “ 1 have received no communication from the Department.” “The match bonds had nothing to do with ‘•Not that lam aware of. The matter of asking for my resignation may hare been dis cussed. hut 1 know dothmg of it.” “You have not sought reappointment I” “ No. 1 understood that the President had decided on my successor, and I thought It would relieve everybody from embarrassment if I resigned.” “ Who Is to ho your successor! ” “Friends have advised mu it Is Hen. Leake. I have been to see him, and made arrangements for him to lake hold Sept. 1. The simple mms t lon was whether I should let him come In at the l«gtnnlng of the month when business Is light, or wall until the middle of the term when things were rushing. I decided on the first.” lien. Leake, as Is known, Is a partner of the lion. William Vockc, ami was u candidate for the Congressional nomination In the Third Dis trict Inst fall, lie Is a personal friend of Presi dent Haves. His name was mentioned In con nection with the Dlstrlct-Attornevshlp some lime ago, bnt he denied' nnv knowledge of an effort to secure the place for him. Kven yes icrday ho wasuon-commUtnl, perhaps because ho wns nut aware that Mr. Bangs had revealed elute secrets. The latter has nut slept in a bed of roses lor the last few yours, and his manner yesterday Indicated that ho .was thankful to escape from the responsibilities of the olHcc. ACCIDENTS. n. Wcdcmeycr, of the firm of Jacobson & Wedemeyer, furniture manufacturers, at No. ISO North WoMh street, whllu attending a circular-saw in the factory yesterday morning, had three Ungers cut off his right hand. Clara Caster, 41 years of ace, last evening at r> o’clock fell out of the third-story window of her parents’ residence at No. 70S West Lake street, and received such suveru Injuries dial Dr. A. W. Cray says she cannot recover. Thomas Kcrwin, while rjdlng with Hit* driver of n lumber wagon at 5:10 yesterday Afternoon, fell from dm Heat when near the corner of Jltd- Bled and Thirty-sixth streets, and was badly In jured about the iltfht knee. Mu Is 3T yeuva of aye, single, and lives with his parents at No. 35 lllalr street. At 5 o’clock yesterday afternoon John War ner, a laborer employed In Hubert haw’s coal yard at the cast end of Madison street bridge, while attempting to climb from the duck upon a scalfuldlng, accidentally fell, mid. striking upon the deck of a yosscl some twelve foot below, received rjulte severe Injuries shout the (lead nnd body. Ho was attended hv Dr. 0. I’. Upton, who did not think hU Injuries dangerous, after which ho was removed to ins home, at the corner of Hoisted uml ladlsua streets. Thomas McHugh, employed In labeling cars on the Milwaukee & St. Paul BuUroad, at 8:50 yesterday morning attempted to boas in front of a train of freight rura lu motion along tho tracks on Kinzlo street, near flaugnmon, uml was knocked down. . ills body was caiurht heuoolh . the brake, und was crushed atom; tho track u distance of about forty met. completely disemboweling him. By the time that the train could ho stopped me unfortunate man yr as already dead. Tim remains were taken by two policemen tu Ilia home, at No. 110 Gurley street, where he leaves a wife and . small child In poor dr eumstnnccs. Tho train In front of which McHugh met his death'was being hacked down <thu track hv switch-engine No. U, und he was not seen by cither the engineer or Bremen, who were at the other end id me train. Thu acci dent was witnessed by H. C. Chase, of No. 71 North Peoria street, und by Michael lluonoy, of No. 55 Non It Uulstud street. The Coroner yes terday afternoon Impaneled a jury that adjourn ed after viewing thu body until 0 o’clock Mon day morning. _____ SUJIUUBA.N. HID* PARS. The Boardjol Trustees met at the Village Hal last evening. All present except Trustee John mm. 1,. D. Comice, the Attorney, reported ns fol lows: lii pursuance of Hie resolution of tho Hoard au thorizing Uic muplovmrnt of additional counsel In the matter of tho enforcement of tin* ordinance re cently passed prohibiting tho transmutation of offal, etc.. I would report that, considering the importance of tho case ns-hearing directly upon the intorcsls of every property-holder ami resident of tho village, and tho amount of labor necessarily Involved, nml Uu- uumbsr mid slnndlu't of tho counsel emnlovcd ftT tho complainant*, tlio flic of Chicago and the HemleHng JH wring Company, amt. after n confer ence of the .imliclary Commlltoe ami Ihe I’resl dent of Hu* nuurd.il was deomeil proper lo eimdoy Charles lllte.hcnpk, Ksq . Judge (Mmrles 11. \\ nod, the Mon. I.yfttnn Trumbull, and tJ. It. \Mllett. r.e-i. Messrs. MUchcocU and Willett were inter, rated hi the case ol the Northwestern I-fcrllluhur Company vs. Hyde Park, nml familiar with ttu subject, and It was thought that the employment of Messrs. Trumbull nml Wood was pre eminently proper, not oulv on ac count of their ability ns lawyers, hut also on account of their Interest «s citizens of the village. (I Is niulor*loo4 and agreed with tho«e gentlemen lh.il their direct personal interest In tho subject. In common with the other citizens of llvde Park, will ho taken Into sccomit m determining th»lr compminatlon. wlddi shall ho determined by this Hoard, and shall b? such that no citizen can reasonably find fault wiili the amount. It Is proper also lo add that, noting from the sinic spirit ns these gentlemen, seyrrsl persons who sre larmdv interested In property In Ryle Hark have pledged prlvnte contrltmtlons tn*imls tne pavinent of sollcUorsVecs. It Is sulfielent lo s;iv that the parlies who make this promise are m even* wav rranonslhlo. and will, afler tho hearing of said cause In Ihe Superior Court, tnako payment of lh“ Amount promised hr them: and it Is safe to say riuit the cost of tlm village will not exceed what It would have hern If only one attorney had been employed. Should the injunction be dis solved, «« U Is confidently expected it will b*, the morn-vs arising from the assessment of dam ages and secured by tho Injunction bond, which is undoubtedly good, will largely, If not cutlrelv, par tho fo-»s remaining dne In counsul after tho iisvim-nt of Private contributions pledged for that purpose. I hope the Hnnr.l will take some aclhm lit till* manor, and do that which they deem to tho best Interest of the village. Having only asked for tire employment of oire of the iibovo-namcd cen- Hcinru; I will ho enilrclysstlsflcd If he olonu Is re tained in lltc case. Tim person Mr. Cornice wished to retain was Judge Wood. The action of tlio Judicial Committee was con firmed by Hie Board. Tim Attorncvwas directed to ascertain the amount of counsel fees. A number of persons headed by Jonathan Young Bcaintnon asked Ihe Board of Trustees to advise tlm Honorable Bourn of South Park Commissioners to aid Hie Illinois Central Rail way Company to build a depot at Fifty-seventh street. . . , The ordinance for tho Improvement of Ellis avenue was passed, Thu Commissioners find the expense of said Improvement as $5,1h5,40. A report was submitted that the sewer on Fifty-third street was running into tho Hyde Park badu, and rendering it Tory foul. Mr. Bennett offered Ihe following: That the Water Commissioner, to trrriinr with A. R. Heck. Martin H. K«ws, and the President of the Board. Ini and hereby nro an pointed a suuelul committee lo confer with the South Hark Commissioners, nr a committee to bo appointed by said Commissioners, for Ihe pnrpoH* of concluding some arrangements between the villnee for tlio simply of water to the said Com mlHshmors for a term of years, and that tho raid special committee bo and hereby are fully author ized to act Tilt! resolution passed. l-lie President saving that Hits Commissioners wcru about to erect water-works of tbutr own, which would deprive llvdo Park of home custom. The president offered a resolution to the effect that us it was necessary for each Hoard to sanction the action of the joint Hoard of Hyde Park ami Lake, that the Hoard refuse to sanction the action of the joint Hoards In allowing J. F. Foster to employ ami discharge employes of the Water-Works, anil the right of J. T. Foster, George Mulrhcad, nnd George L. Ford to close contractu for coal, or other work, or material; and that the Board m’estigate all coal contracts, all bills of Crane HroV Manufacturing Company, all breaking down of pumps, all blits for supplies, and numerous oilier matters. The Hoard of Lake U also requested to meet In Joint.session to In vestigate and hunt no affairs. The resolution was passed. Thu meeting will occur Thursday, at 2 oVlock, at the druid Pad lie Hotel. A long-felt want Ik about lobe supplied at Houth Park Station. For many years the only shelter that the venerable pates of the resi dents of this station Imre had while waiting for the train has been a small wooden station. This station has been so light that one night, when the train met a man who was on the track, It knocked him through tho side of the station, to the serious damage of the clapboards. And vet thu mini lived. Tho Illinois Central Hallway Company have noticed that heller things wore expected, ami have now thu plans tor a two-storv brick station which will cost nearly $3,000. It Is expected that the work will ha commenced In a few days. Tho telephone system ordered hy the village a few weeks ago is now placed, and thu plioncs’Mrnvo been placed and connected In Fifty-first street lioso-houac, Oakland hoso houso and Village Hall. UNUSUAL ATTRACTION at 335 Wabash avenue In the great variety of beautiful carriages, In which phaetons and Jump* scat buggies aro specialties, soiling by il. J. Edwards. Harness also kept. PREPARE FOR BUSINESS. Tho Tlrynnt A Stratton Chicago Business College liqk Jtiitt undergone a most thorough renovation, having been ciilclmlncrt or frescoed throughout. Many and vast Improvements have been made ore paratory to tho fall and winter business. Now In the lime for young ladies and gentlemen to fit themselves for rommerctat pursuits. Their pros* poets were never better than at present. There Is an active demand for atndents to locato with busi ness houses. TALLY ONE MORE FOR CHICAGO. We believe Mr. Mosher, Iti.'i Statu street, this city. Is tho only National historical photographer In tho world, and lus greatest specialty Is tn art photography, which In the finest lu the city. Strangers particularly Invited, FOR SHEET MUSIC AND MUSIC BOOKS send to S. llrnlnard's Sons, IBK State street, wbi have tho largest and most complete mock la Chi cago. Catalogues sent free. CAUTIONARY. Dr. Price’# Cream Haklmr-Powder Is not sold In bulk; it la sold In cans, securely labeled. Hufllrlcntly ••Zulu” for tho Occasion, rMtulelnhltt Hearing a row* at the entrance of the Exchange 1 turned and saw a minrnlllcontlv developed Nubian gravely striding In, followed by a dirtier, noisier crowd of hooting gamins than I, with all mv experience of tho in.itrouolls, believed It could have produced. “Hero’s a Zulu I Here’s a Zulu!” was the burden of their rallying cry, and as long ss thfiv ronllnvd their delicate at tention* to this species of warfare the good-na tured giant treated them with quiet contempt. Emboldened, bowuver, bv past immunity, tbe bovs followed tho black Hercules Into the Ex change mid proceeded to supplement tbelr words by deeds. A few punches from diminu tive while fists wero unnoticed, but when, amid roars of laughter -and encouragement, tbc foremost ragged urchin throw u cabbage. Ilm perfume of which was not that of “Araby Ihe blest,” and struck tho son of Africa'on the nano of tho neck. that long-sulfer- Ing Individual evidently thought that the point had been reached beyond which patience ceased tube a virtue. Ho turned round suddenly mid caught tho olfendcr In the act of repeating tho offense. Hdzing the dcllnmieut in one brawny hind, bo raised him dear off his feet with the greatest ease, hesitated a second, and then drew him close to Ids face, at the same time opening a tremendous mouth glistening with “Ivories.” Tbo wretched hoy made no doubt that h» was going to ho eaten if not swallowed whole, mill gave a most unearthly shriek of ter ror, which mug through t)m whole building. The giant, however, having terrified the imp BUlllcientlv, tossed him on to bis feet with a loud “Yah, vnhl” which tho luckless lad evi dently took to be the Nubbin for “Hot awav as fast, as you can,” mid ho lost no time in follow- Jug the advice, while tho good-natured Nubian broke Into loud guffaws, laughing as only an African van laugh. Caro of the Tooth, Onntt W"T'I», Rare, indeed, do wo tliicl n person at AO years of ago with a sound set of teeth. Far mure often do wo find younir lads and clrls of 10 to 10 years of ago whoso teeth are mere shells of de caying tissue, rotting away with utmost visible rapidity, depositories of decoying partlclag of food, am! ihu source of contaminating elements wlifen dotorlorutc digestion, and oltcnslvo odors which contaminate me breath. In confirmation of liicae statements respecting (ho condition of American masticators, it may ho mentioned that Umro uro 12.UX) dentists imho United States, who annually extract 20,000,000 teeth, pianu faclure uml Insert 11,000,000 artificial teeth, and tilde away In the cavities of carious teeth three tuns of pure sold, to sav nothing about the tons of mercury, tin, silver, and oilier metals em ployed in “ fillings." There is a fragrant zest shout the “Mars cologne that Is Indescribable. COBBLE-STONES. Discussion of tho Proposed Or dinance—lts Passage Rec ommended, And an Amendment Exempting Wa bash Avfinuo from Its Pro visions, Tho Joint Committee on Streets ami Alloys met In (bo City Clerk’s office yesterday after noon, amt took up the ordinance granting au thority to the sticeet-rollway companies lo asb cobble-stones between their tracks, except In tho district east of tlio South Branch ami bo- iwenn the river mid Van Huron street. A delegation of residents on Indiana avenue wore present to back up tho remonstrance presented to Ihe Council the other evening. Aid. Lawler moved that tho Committee recom mend the passage of tho ordinance with a pro viso executing Wabash avenue, two blocks of Eighteenth slreet, sml Indians avenue. Aid. Swift moved that that motion bo laid on the table. Tho majority said aye. Aid. Lawler said he had boon given to under stand that the South Division Company had no objection lo his amendment, but ho didnjt know whether It was so or not. Aid. Altpotcr wonted to know whr the Com panies wished to make tho chance. Were cobble stones better than wooden blocks! AIA Turner answered bysnyluc that he didn’t know, Imtlhcy naked for the right by ordinance. He was willing to hoar what could bo said for or against tho change, nml also to listen to evidence as to which was the bettor pavement. Aid. Swift remarked that Ihe proper placo lo present amendmontswas In the Council. MR- J'RX- OF INDIANA AVaSUB, could not see whr those living on that street should bo compelled to have cobble-stones,when In the business section they could not be used without the consent of a maloyltv ot the proper ty-owners. If the owners of a given block were willing, ho had no objection. If Cobble-stones were such a good thing ns tho railroad compa nies gave out, It wouldn’t bo long before every body would want rim pavement. Property owners usually knew what was for their Intor- fB Ald. McCaffrey sold the Council could not compel tlio putting clown of nnv particular pavement; that rested with a majority of the nrooertv-nwners. Ira Bncll called attention to the ordinance un der which the Soulh-Bldo Company obtained consent to lay their tracks on Indiana avenue, the corporation agreeing to use between tho rails the same material used In tho contiguous parts. That was the contract, and If rim property-owners saw fit to hold the Company to (t tlm Council had no right to Interfere. There worn many oh lections to cobble-stones, Uielchlef one being the noise. He asked that this be adopted: ProvUUd That no cobble-stone pavement shall he laid *on Wabash avenue. Indiana avenno. or Eighteenth street, without flret obtaining the con sent la writing of n majority of the property atom line on snch block or blocks to be so paved. Mr. Fry couldn’t see why tho business section was exempted and not tlm residence portion, where there were sick people. Mr B. W. Thomas also urged that tho Coun cil should not relieve tho railroad company of their part of the contract. Tlm property would ho Injured and reduced In value for taxation. Only two persons on Ihe *trcrt had refused to sign rim remonstrancs, and they were Interest ed In the railroad. judob mrrcniKßON •made along speech against the proposition. The property-owners had rights, and the passage of the ordinance In Its present shape would re sult In litigation. It was tho desire to avoid an appeal to the courts. Ho had no doubt of the result. As to a pavement, ho would favor any kind that was not particu larly objectionable to the property-owners; but • cobble-stones should not be forrc.l on them against their expressed wishes. There was no urgency for the use of the cobble-stones. No nubile benefit would result from their use. Was the pressure of a strong corporation to drive the measure through? lie was not willing to hcllve fliat the Connell would give tip to any corporation. Ho had been told bv a man high Id authority that tho Committee would make no other recommendation. Hu was surprised at tho proviso being laid on thu tamo. cor., coopbu said the objection to cobble-stones was that flab was marie of one and flesh of the other. Ho be lieved that cobblc-Btones wore morn economical than wooden blocks, and that the tlmo might como In Chicago, und very soon, when whole streets would b« oaved with them. Until that time came, why should the Council exempt clffht feet between the tracks In favor ot the railroad comnonvt The wishes of the property owners should be consulted. Aid. Lawler remarked that a Stato law re quired Ihc consent of thn property-owner, ami tin; ordlnanno couldn't override It. Col. Cooper bad no doubt, however, that tho companies would nut In the stones under the ordinance. If the ordinance was an honc«t one, and didn’t mean that cobble stones should be put in the middle of tho streets, the rest of the city would have been ex empted subject to the same condition as tho business section. . .. ... Aid. Lawler said the stones bad been laid on West Van Huron street without the consent of the property-owners, and none of them had remonstrated. In Koatcro cities the cobble stones were objected to at first, but were now considered to make the best pavement. Col. Cooper said Ibat everybody know that wooden blocks were expensive, but he didn’t think It right or Just to exempt a portion of any street In favor of cobble-stones. Aid. hnwlcr said that the poor were mndo|to live up to tho laws, and now the rich were to get a dose. Col. Cooper didn’t believe Unit any grappling Irons could be pub on them that they couldn’t j bU Juileo nulcbliipon said the officer the City Railway Company told him if th« ordi nance was pound they could lay the atones on Indiana avenue If It was notoxceptod. Aid. Ktowior moved that the committee rec ommend that TUB ORDINANCE OB PLACED ON PI LB. Aid. McNally moved to lay that .notion on the table. Agreed to. ...» Aid. Altpotor moved to Insert a proviso that (ho cobble-stones should not. bu used on any street unless u majority of the property-owners nave tbelr consent. Aid. Bwlft said the ordinance inlcht as well bo placed on Hie. If cobble-stones were good for West Madison street they wore good for Indi ana avenue. Ills Idea was to put the ordinance boforo tho Council, uud let the amendments bo offered there. „ ...... Mr. Thomas said tho Committee dared not nut In tho proviso, because they know tho prop ertv-owners would not consent. Tho com panies wished to force the thing without con 'seut. Aid. Swift didn’t want Indiana avenue ex empted and other streets not. Ho himself had mi amendment, as ho didn’t altogether Ilka tho ordinance. ...... ... Mr. Thomas had hoard talk that It was all cut and dried, and that the Aldermen were fixed. "Well,” said i.uwlcr, “If that Is tho general fueling, wo hod bettor pass tho ordinance.” Several of the delegation said they did not bo llovo Uio reports. Aid. Lawler moved that tho Commutes KHCOMMBND TUB PABSAOB OF TUB OUDINANCE, with amendments excepting different streets. TTiev had no right to amend it. Aid. Bwlft said the only thing to do was to recommend Its passage or that it bu placed on file. Aid. McCaffrov remarked that the people liv ing mi Indiana avenue had protested, and ho thought it right to omit that street. The Com mittee should make that recommendation. Aid. Altpetor wanted the whole city or no suction oxumotbd. Ho didn’t believe In “ special privileges.” , Aid. I’oevoy moved to lay Urn ordinance on tho table. , . Aid. Turner said If that were done cobble stones would be laid all over tbo city. The motion was not passed. A vote was then taken on exempting Indiana avenue, and tho question was decided In the aillrmatlvc. Yeas. s—McCaffrey, Lawler, Elsz nor, Binders, ami Meyer; nsvs, Altpeter, Lo renz, Turner, and fiwift. McNally hud gone away, and i’cevcy did not vote. The Committee then adjourned, and the In diana avenue people were happy. lllgh-l’riciMl Vanity. , Pekin Utttrfu tht CtUtilul Kmvirt, I have lately- discovered the way in which Chinese girls paint their faces In Fokin. They first take a quantity of sugar-candy, which they ruh‘lavishly over their hands, 'they then "smarm" this delectable cosmetic over tliolr cheeks and forehead till they are as shiny as the moon, and as sticky as though they had washed themselves In treacle. 'I lie surface thus nrupared, they proceed to lay ou the while pow i der, which they spread thickly from ear to ear, ninl then put on ttio romro. Tliclr mibscfjucut Bvnanlluns imiflt bn ImHUUU-'il; 1 have Mover licartl them described. There In morn nourishment lu a box of Dawson'* candy than lu a pound of hoof. MAKItIAUEt, nonp.K-tNdimaou.-on tim aoth inn.. »>v tim Hev. .!. I». Cowan, of m Stephen's Knlsenpal Church. Mr. Ambrose llodrn and Mlm Ida A. Itigrrsoll, both of Iho Wm Hide. J»F,ATItt,S. OYKV— At. Stm p. m. Friday, Amr. 23. falhrlna Rllaabnth nyen, wife of Ola Ojron, ftl- her residence No. 03 Kftnl i;hlea<ro*av. . . • ... Fnnrral Mnndsv ad*, an, at 8 o'clock p. m.. with carriage * to Omeehnd. KBUIt—Of consumption, An*. 32. at her homo !«» Jlrvan Fleer. Chicago. Jcwephlno M. Kirk, wife of nmmiel Kerr. . Funeral Monday alfta. m.» and by Oils N. AT. train toUofkfor.l. 111. - FlH.l.Klt—Frldsv morning, Ana. 39, Nathan Weslon rnltnr. aged *» rears end m month!, youngest aon of Parnh It. and Ifenrp W. Fuller. Notice of. fnnntal hereafter. •W BA MK-Friday evening, Mt*. 33. ill Iho late rent; de-’ce. No. n;*7 tifehitrd-M., suddenly. of eongertlonof of the brain. I.ydla i»., tvlfaof .lo’tn F. Weare. PTAMURTT—Aim. 3i Harold Austin, only child of Henry fl. and Margaret *T. StarrcU, aged 8 month* and 37 day*. rmr.m-Airn. 21. at tiris n. «n., of apoplexy, Harry, beloved eon of Mrs, Henrietta Childs, agcdni year* and n month*. .... .. . Funeral simdav morning nt in o'clock from Iho real* denee. uw Wabaslimv. Friends Invited, furoinclnnall and Columbn* (0.l paper* please copy. MOOTIF—On Friday, the jwd Inst.. .Tennla M., be* loved wife of Oeorge F. Moore, awed S 3 years. Funeral from the reshlenro of John Moore. 008 W nst Monroc-st. on Sunday. Aim. 34. at lOiso a. ni. M’HAOHK-At HnfTato, Ang. 21. Noah Paul Rprsgne, aged so. FKI.TON—Amr. 20, mat a. m.. Ada Jane Felton, the only darling mile gin of William H. and Jano Pci* ton, aged o yean and IJ days. Death has been hern and borne away Onrdarllnc 111110 Ada from our »lde» Justin tbs mornlmrof the day. As young ns elm wits, sbo died. BWAimi-tm the2i*r lint., atn.o North Clark-at. from Umnorrhaen «>f the limit*. Carina Marie, aged M years, only daughter of Krnest A. swnrlh. Funeral at the honsr, tifdsv nta o cloo<(. OAHMODV—Aim. 31. nt lltf.i P. in., of convulsion*. Joliniirn. beloved daughter of .leremlne 11. and Mary K. rnrnmdy. aged I year inmo ilhs amt 27 days. Fnnrral Saturday, 33d ln»r.. at 12:30 o'clock, from late rosldonco, 414 South Morgan*st„ by carriage* to Calvary. hNxovnur. n k nt.s. n'llK KOUltlil WAUI)' I Club (W, t».) meet thl« evening At law) *tntn-«. Member* Arc reijuc»tcil ty im preicott Important mi*l« 'rHR”ViitST WAUU HKPIUIUCAN CI.UH MKKTS i. at tbu Uriml Prtdfle lintel to-night »t_ H RUVAIi OAKIIVK POWDKH. . i|. rUWUkII Abtolntcly purr. Marie from Crape Cream Tartar, llmwckecpor'aravorllelu le.illir; elllrsof tlio world. No other preparation make* midi Ur lit, flaky not bretul*. orluturlou- pastry. Can Im eaiou by flymen ilea without fear of tlm 111* multing from heavy ln<it* K<!*ttbb< food. tTn Commended for purity ami whole mmoncMby the Government Chemist, Ur. Mott. UOVAL 11AK1NC I»>>\VDKU CO.. New York. AUCTION SALEM. BY rLVItSIIBIOI, IIAKKKU Ac CO.. General Auctioneer*. M4BO Ilan<lolph-»t. IBOOIMII AT TUB POPULAR AUCTION HOUSE, 84 AND 86 RANDOLPH-ST., UNDER CHATTED MORTGAGE, TJIlh MOUSING, ato:3oo'clock. The Entire Carpels, Bettis, Crock ery, Glass aid Plated Ware OK TUB “OGDEN KCOITSE,” NEARLY SEW GOODS. With our usual Grand Display Hew Parlor Soils, Pianos, New daintier Sets. Good Goods from Kind-claw Manufacturers. A full line How and Used CARPETS, (iencrsl HOUSEHOLD GOODS, Plated Ware. Chromos. ami General Mer chandise. FLKUSDKIM. DARKER ft CO. B' a it) km aTco. , ISO and iniMVabash-ar. Large mid Desirable Stock of Fall BOOTS AND SHOES -A.T _A_TJCTIO3Sr, Tuesday Morning, Aug. 20, at I) o’clock, liicliidlog a full line of tho Original Sucker Boots, WEED & KEAVEK’3 HUE SHOES, AND SPECIAL INVOICES NEW YORK and PHILADELPHIA HAND-SEWED GOODS, ,| AH. P. McNAMARA. Auctioneer. CAI>KT ttOlßlMlli.' CHICAGO CADET SCHOOL. For Military Drill and IDselpllmf for Dors and Young Mon from IJto l* years of age. Drill hours from J to r>p. in. Helmut year to commence hept. !•% IU7O. Defer liy nermr**lrm to Ll.-Gen. P. 11. SHERIDAN, U, H. A. MnJ.-Gon. A. 0. DIIIJAT. Drlir.-Uen. .1. T. TORRENCE. Col. K, I). SWAIN. Ist Regiment I. N. O. Lt.-Uot. W. U. THOMPSON. Util list, I. N. 0 M . And oilier prominent officers and citizens. , LICENSED DV GOV. CULLOM. Circulars sent ua npidlcatlon. RICHARD ROBINS, Lain Captain It. S. A.. Principal. Office at Armory nth Hat.. Wsba»li-av. "liVKINd AMJCUUMMi. IfAVTn AI Bi'Can Im beautifully DVKD, Ifikl B; ||l || CLEANED Hurt UEBAIUED. IUIII Vl ilf IfUWii'Bf“'iViSk ”£ i\am a fwi■ vvi f*i m l*llitl.AI?tI. Nil llmrliorii CliOTHES!H»sll# ifi IN.lL—Ladle*’ DreweisSaoaue* LADIES AND UKNTB.iAo.. repaired and cleaned. hack coons. t m Waves, Wlß*. Cii'iuollc*. I'lnaforo Krlzeltea, Switches and Curia. Comb* and ornaments, Dari: and Light llolr Wuli. nt 'I’HOUK*' 11AI It IIA. '/.A AII. I&7 MHto-st..noAr Monroe. Tr.nl • iiimdlGd at the Uliolv»ilo House, hi and I4d Wali.utvnr. Mr m, Wholesaled Hrinll. Send lorprleo B Lin Hat. Goods smite. O. D. anywhero h CIH Satin nrr'-nt fur Hie "Mn.Tironu." □ Kh MOcs niudutoordorandwarrnnled B 81592 Tt.NTH, VliAfiS. I3|r. M W\jAJ^.»wifrWiu. u »i(>*rro'i(ST. .Wi market st Til I).NILS. T WFailß/ CA.NliltlSi A ■■ KV n PAftf CKLKHIt ATKI) THHOUOM II B H|fcr|Uf 111 dm Uiitoii-eimwol to ■" ■■ ni □ ■ u ii pjru. i lu. uud upward, at AVOTION SAMiS. ‘ HO and M Wnlmili-av. DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT. REGULAR TRADE SALE Tuesday, Aug. 26, 9:30 a. m. CLOTHING. Very Desirable Linos of Mon’it Full Hmtn, Youth*’Full HnlMi, Hots’ Pull Suits, Coats nnd Vent*. Coats only* Pants only, nad Pants and vests. Caps, Suspenders, Mats, Cutlery, EMBROIDERIES. Wo shnll otoso the bnlonoo of n Very Do* nirablo Assortmont of Very Desirable Stylos in both EDGES AND INSERTIONS. llmlcrsliirtn, Brnwcrs, Cadies’ Tests, Tauls. POCKETBOOKS. Wo shall oltor a Thoroughly Well An. nortod Lino of FIND GOODS la this Bpo* oialty. Castmiere Shawls, Llien HaMkeKtilEls, Neckwear. sallnets, mm JACKETS. A Well-Assorted Stock. The First Offer ing this Season. Stool Shears, Back Combs, Lace Edges, Traveling Bags, HOSIERY. Wo shall offer a Largo and Varied As norlraont of Goods In this Lino, including an invoice of Mnahine-Knit, Regular-Fash ioned Hose in Gents’ and Children's disea. «iugltastiH, W lj>s, tfcuills, Marncsscs, 'JT. Bed Cloths, Pipes. SFEGSAL ANNOUNCEMENTS! TUESDAY, Sept. 2, 1879, ! 100 Ladies’Oloaks,, 100 Overcoats. TUESDAY, Sept. 9, 1879, PIEBT EEGHJLAE TEADE BALE Carpels, Oil Glotlis. QUO, r. QOKKACO.. Auctioneer*. ■"AUCTION SALE Boots,StesSiSliers For Wednesday, Aug. 27, . Will l*« another large one, of the Tory best. CUSTOM-MADE GOODS, Aa well as Urge lines of Medium Grades. All goods guaranteed perfect and regular In sizes un* sssiolil "us are." The Especial Attention of Retailors Is called to thlssalo. GKO. P. GORE ft CO.. 80 and 83 Wahath-ar. Thursday, Aug. 28, at 9:80 a. in., GRAND OPENING TRADE SALE CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE. SO crates English and American W.G, Ware In open loti. Drown ami yellow Ware. Decorated Toilet Hois, 2"0 <lor.cn Knives and Forks. I.oou brls Glassware. Quods packed fur country merchants, UKO. P. POKE ft CO.. Auctioneers. . BV CHAN. I!. IIAIIIIIA A CO,. Auctioneers. 137 and I3U Wabash-av. The Special Attention of nuyoraof Boots and Shoes Is called to our I’.arge Auction Rale next TUESDAY, Aug. 26, When wo ihsll offer the best assortment of negiilar and First-class Goods pul on Auction 111 this cDy at »?/ tlmu during tho past twelve months. Also Men*. Hoy**. youths', and Children's Wax bpllt. Grain. Elf, and Calf BOOTS In eirni variety, rrßUlnr and extra «Uca. . . Wu have 10 sell, oa above unnioi day. a larva lot « Hrui finality RUBBER BOOTS. Alan a Bnlrndld Line of BJULADELI’IIIA MAKBoI flood* In Women’*, Mines’, and Children * wear. . DRY GOODS, Wednesday, Aug. 27, Conilallnß In Part of full line* of H o uip Vcep 1o K -Ho 0 J*. large and valuable lot Cloihlnir. Hat* and C?!*; firry, leathern, ('artisan Jacket*. Blanket*. ( rn, cutlery. Notion*. do., about !.«« lot* In * ll * buleacuimnoiu’o at 10 aharp. THURSDAY, Aug. 38, We abail hold a Special Auction Sale of BOOTS AND SHOES I’LKABR BEAU THIS IS MIND. Tuesday and Thursday-— Uoots and Shoes, Wednesday-—Dry Goods* Duo notice will Iw given In Iheae column* of our E*« tra Largo Four Day Tr.deH.le. ~ „ A „ nlS A rtV, C.VJTAlflill QIIUGi juiFiaTs’ lUENcii iLviAiiiui curb . PEE VENTS AND OOBES I'rMAY fever. Nil I UTS* oHlnr u ""^®.