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militia notes.
...m.of General Interest to OurfOit
izon Soldiery.
linr Veterans IVcprirliiff for tlio
* Uloomlngton llouulon.
n , litany Burgess Corps to Vfelt This
1 City Next Month.
, yf n, Thompson, Sixth Iloglmcnt, has oh
i leave of absonco for thirty days.
St (muol Holbrook. Company C,
gitTllcgiioe |lt > requests a leave of nbaoueo for
rfiiy JW B,
V t j.tf. nucbniinn has obtained nn exton-
bis leave ot absonco until tboUUth of
opieober.
callotnand Adjutnnt-Oenoral Elliott will
tents upon thogroundaat tho Blooming-
Scanipmoni.
ns First Ucglmcnt Hand wilt send twenty
.wvs to Bloomington in company wlOh Post
JmsMid Lincoln. 0. A. U.
Mil. B. P.Tobcy, commanding Battery D, Cbl
'rciucsts permission to visit Illoumiugiou
gj*oclc with a section of artillery.
p l. Oils and 8* *'♦ Wnrron havo been ©looted
-inactively Captain and First-Llcutoaiuut of
F, Tblnl Regiment, at Rochelle.
r,nt. Martin, Company 11, Fourth Uoglmont,
recommends tho dishonorable dls
)«iwe of Privates Louis Dyke, James IClogum,
Jewries Munson.
>rb« Second Uoglmont and tho Scotch Battnl
inn of tbo Sixth Itcgimont held picnics last
Wednesday. There was u small turnout of
troops la both commands.
Csnt llobert Vlcrllng, Company* R, Sixth llcg
tmeat. requests permission to tukn his company
uSiodwlch from Sept, 18 loSopu 25. tho ueca
lioaor tbo county fair.
Tba annual encampment of tiro Now Hump*
■hire National Uuurd will bo by brigade thin
rir «nj tbo First Brigade will go luto camp far
loardaya at Concord Sept. i:i.
Capi-O.M. Holmes, Company P, First Heel
ment. recommends tho honorable discharge of
Privates Joseph Ucomorand Abbott Thompson,
oa account of business engagements.
Cipt. I*. B. Holcomb. Company G, Fifteenth
Battalion, ut Greenville, recommends tho hon
oracle discharge of Privates John C. Jones and
OK«r L. i.tpum, on account of nmsoval from
jariiJictlon.
H.W. Mahan has been elected Captain of
Coopanf D,Ninth Battalion, at Chutnixugu. vlco
jIL Trevett, term of service expired. Borgt.
Tbcoduro N. Johnson bos boon elected First Lieu*
tenant of (bo sumo company.
There Is to bo a regular meeting of the staff
otSccn of tbo First Brigade ut headquarters to
mtit, at which business of Importance is to bo
brought up. Itisdcsliud particularly that every
netnocrot tbo staff will bo tborc.
Accordion to General Uogimontnil Order No.
jj, the company commanders are bcrcaftcr re*
qulrcJ to report to the lloKimcutal Uurirooa tbo
deaths, casualties, and discharges Cor disability
occurring In tbo suvcral commands.
Cipt. J. M. Martin, Company U, Fourth Uegl
neat, at Galesburg, recommends tho honorublu
discharge of Private UUgono Moulton, Frank
Waldrou. B. H. Cushion, and D. C. Willoughby,
onacoouutof removal from Jurisdiction.
Private Samuel J.Shortr, Company 11. First
Brgiment, has applied for a discharge on a sur-
Iton’a wrtlilcato. Approved. Tbo same dispo
sition was mmlu with tuo application of Private
Ma Graham, Company 1, First llcKlmont.
Capt. 0.8. Dlobl, Company 11, First Itoglmont,
recommends tbo honorable discharge of Private
ifiliiam 8. Gilbert, on account of lairing tho
Elate, ami of Private Edmund E. Adejuk, on no
count of imperative business ouguiroments.
Companies F and IT. First Uoglraant, Cnpts.
Holmes tad Diehl, wilt pro to BluouUngUm for
oaodajr, starting tomorrow night. Company II
Intends to compete for ono of the prizes in n
ML Bachwilltakodowaubout thirty-two men.
Second*Lieut. James C. Miller, of Champaign,
Company 1), Ninth Uuttallou. tcndcrou nis rosig
oitlon last week, hut It was disapproved by
regimental and brigade headquarters, and Lieut.
Hitler Is still la tho service, where Aio properly
belongs.
Capt. William J. Laird, Company K, Third
Beglment, Naperville, requests tbo discharge of
thirteen men on account of removal, and tbo
dauoaoraWo discharge of Privates william C.
Fhkiod Frank Grimes, “for tho good of tbo
service.”
Cipt.P.E. Holcomb, Company 0* Fifteen Bat
talion, Greenville, recommends tho*dlahouomblo
discharge of Privates William IC. Urbaln— “■ u
camp-lawyer, a very groat disturbing ulomout
la companies oud William W. Johnson, fur
tho good of the sorvloo.
MoJ.-Ocn. Joshua L. Chamberlfdu, comraand
tag lb First Division Maine Militia, bos boon
directed to order un encampment of tbo volun
iMt'force at Augusta for four days. commune
tayScpt, 13. Tbo First Vcrmout will bold Its
uirtceib annual encampment near Itutland,
fcpUH.
Cipt. George Yu too, commanding Company E,
rourm Ucglmout, recommends tbo discharge,
forihfl good oC tbo service. of Privates linoy
WLtptnan, Edward Cutboroll, Tbomaa Driver,
[ftm 01 Merchant, Aaron Miller, Benjamin Pool,
nllllam Sexton, and Edward Suydom, all of
lirralngton.
Company D of tbo Hlxth Roglmont, Cnpt.
iMior, it la understood, will go to Bloomington
to wmpeto for ouo of tbo Infantry prl7.es. Tbo
Lm avu r /' Llcut-Col. Welter, and u section
Martillery, Battery D, under command of MuJ.
V?.9 xl)ecU,tltotft ko part In tbo tournu
meats at Bloomington.
Jius.V M . w S u . 1,0 understood that no tents
wilbofornlshcd to visiting eotnpunlcs to tbo
turnon, M ull that belong to tbo Ututo are re
juutu by the Second brigade In cutup. Tbo ro
noioa managers and Uio Bloomington people
fil*. ' Tovt - ,r ' a F rOU{l to boo that all visiting
wopa are provided for.
Company K, First Regiment, Capt. Quinn, who
nctivcd and entertained tbo Spaulding Guards
tbo miter wore on tholr way
10 Now Orleans to attend tbo
f*JJ* Brc®. last week rouolvod n sot of resold
wi?l« t s* n,ls handsomely engrossed, which
2jboroattcr ornament tbo company room at
ftS£h4®° r,ro Taylor, Company B, Sixth
rf* ®f®t» recommends tbo honorable discharge
« jhftr,H!lM tt,9 .9 n . acC(mnt ot removal, and tbo
w, h ° h Qu ™blo discharge of Privates Albert G.
Wiiii.J»« ae .* p * Quoonan, W. F. Tobbrlok,
K®E.Gadoy, Peter Sillier, Arthur 0. Ful
,wrlgbt, and Cbarloa W, Emerson,
iff us good of tbu service.
° r *Ho Second Drlgsdo oro
u« drilling nlgbt and day, almost, with
BC<Jur log a prize at Bloombigton.
&iS. ana tho Ouluatlul Guards of Pekin.
• members of tbo latter company nro roporl
triiiWn'* 1 , BUB Pt’hdod all business, and delay
mg only long enough to procure tholr meals.
kaMi. 001 ? S f D Buttery, I. N. U.. In com-
Ht V|»bon Atby, will leave Chicago
81., this evening at 0 p, m. via
«OD*fnp*« A 100 fßßlroud. and will go into
tnion An o ] l *? week, attending tbo soldiers* ro
loyiieli .« 1 fripndsof tbo buttery are cordially
BlooSini?™ 11 ! ■ ut u lllO buttery headquarters,
..SSUjff. BL, wbero a hospitable welcome
u?invitnM ,, ‘ Torronco and staff bavo received
it* en!?im. n frotu Brig-Gen. Uooco to attend
SnS.? pm . uu K. of Wo boeond Brigade, to
lour S!. Ht 1 .Bloomington today, and lost
»fihos . wiU to decided tonight
btitaunn 1 *il ,t?° practloablo to accept tbo
lho mvmbers of tbo staff aro
lad Lul business may detain some,
biUumtarhu 001 unro about taking tbo trip
‘«oui a full representation. •
AIo* u J* c ALLED-POU CRITICISM.
c rd-Li(Mlim r^ haia ’ wbo resigned from tbo Sec
6«ntTaHhn l i??i 0y of Company A, First Uegl
kvtrecrin/i 1 . 1^ 0 “tfo* Wda made the target for
Wq “I* 1 * Wo military writer ot a cer
ib? r * ,* bo u# ually goes off at a half
posoon 0 an** accused of securing tbo
fcr snd Won Immediately resign
na Bl atod that ho procured
Hurt UhS?k , r Wo same reason asslgnod only a
wSsn**S roro * , Tho f «ots Bro Woee: Mr.
**feara h2^i ,no s nl)<,ro f Company A for nearly
■£ UJf bo ol * ou ° °f tbo obarlor mom
tacii thin?,* f -1 *, Bis business then assumed
t 0 keep him from tbo city tbo
ba be S^LM IO Bine. In consequence of
*adobtaw r 1 J 1 8 Posluon of First sergeant
\vlih UU h o«orablo dlsobnrgo from the
o l blaauthority or acceptance
bwond-Lleutonantof tbo com-
WttS forwarded to him
vao kn °w Uuu bo was elected.
I!nihw.. ,,BS!niVLVAN,A - TIWOPB,
c ’ , anl4aii»».? ul ‘*i‘ lottß much for her National
b*vn ®4 nß ylvauia does for hers, tbo bialo
Wliuj £ 1, l troops far superior to that
•>*k sod flu?? 0 State, for tbo reason that tbo
butter material as a
AuS I??* 11 Brigade, P. N. G., went Into
at . Cuttsburg, a tittle town la
r** r er. j., { V aJor command of Urlg.-Qun.
' rr °m tbo report given of
v* la Wi l ho Ar/ny rtiul Aut’V Journo/.
if ,# tindhL« oa , cuni cor tbo won could
B. teeiai .J «tbolr duties very well.
u ,&r co dlfc'iTu 1 Oca. Beaver failed to
r*opUon ~r .w 5 bls orders woro obeyed at
:i ibordluate«s military oour-
»‘ a f«sad»hf c ”i ,t *r lu camp; tbo men drilled
fbt. tv« ctbcersuid uot know their busl
~b»l»brth«<^ JU *! were Inspected ludisurlm-
i/1, I •Bstant AdJutuut-Gouoral, Col
«SJoni,jiwi us It happened; tbo ro-
Wua tbo guard-mount; the
I*7*»a»y.l,, wl| h women, tbu men: andotil-
lu mii i. u>tfbt| uu Police duty wall done,
tbs wrt» WM not mueb of'aoamp,;al-
Such 1 .. evidently did uot Intend to
»2J7iSsUudiJ. .‘mpressloo, but, ory tbo con
-* l |t .'•ucecss," and apologized for
•ucli “Uulu tblngi." %VouW U ba
Kr , .°“ ,c , w ?P t I 1 ® °° n * l(l ßri largo thing*? Or
mmnimtPL*? 1 ' 1 ° f , *2S* ,n * hlu >»«lf Unpopular
Tho troops turned out over
83 per cent of tbolr number.
> the mmrißsa corpm,
nn Independent organization composed of tho
very boat and stanchest citizens nr Alb,my. win
Ibis city far a twci-days* visit between
° r October, and, In view of the
ehnrnctor of tbo guests mid what they are cntl
tied to at tbo banns of Chicago, they should be
formally received and thoroughly entertained
not only by tbo local military but ny tho citizens
as wolf, The matter was brought up In tbo
Coiincll a abort tlmo ago, but either through an
ji sulllelcut understanding or some more culpa,
bio reason tbo proposition was not entertained,
favorably. It may not bo romombored that
Chicago ns a city owes this cclobratcd mllllnry
command nil tho courtesy that it can possibly
bestow, oven of tbo most substantial
kind, but It Is nevertheless true. The mini,
vursary of tbo corps la tho mb of October, tho
?J". n » ,, ? u yi ,r J mnlvuranr >' or tl, ° tfront lire. On
Out. 11. 18,1, tho member® of this command wore
on tho point of taking train lor their annual
western trip, when nows came of Chicago’s ter
rible HlUlotlaii. Tho men assembled at their
armory, hold a meeting, and agreed to give un
their pleasure excursion and send all tho money
which hail been sot aside for tbo trip to the
homeless sufferers. Thousands of dollars wore
sent, ns well ns nil tbo blankets belonging to tho
company, and they further volunteered to come
hero themselves to assist in preserving
order should this bo necessary. For the
city authorities, tho citizens, and particularly
the<nillltarv, neglect to show tbolr appreciation
and gratitude now that thoy havo a chance
would he an exhibition of niggardly parsimony
seldom beard of. Tho freedom of tho oltyshould
bo extended to tbo visitors, nnd tho military
commands should set about taking somu con
certed action to entertain tho dlstlngulsncd
pniusts. It might bo well to call a mooting at
Brigade Headquarters of tho nltlcors of tho hov
oral commands ot tho city and havo somu con
purled action. Tho First Regiment Ims decided
to receive the strangers formally, but It should
bo assisted by at least tho olllccrsof tbo other
organizations, and tho burden of entertainment
should not bo thrown upon one command.
the m.oosriNdTON reunion.
There apiwars to bo not a llttlo troublo In tho
camp of tho veterans concerning the encamp
mont nt Uloomlngton, nnd the militia scorns to
ho tbo Indirect cause of complaint, although tho
reunion managers nro directly charged with tho
blame. In making up tho program thoro Is no
provision- whereby the •• vots” may compete
for n prize without tho competition being open
to tho Btnto troops, who are known to bo moro
president in tho drill than tho old soldiers, and
consequently tho latter fear they will Imvo no
chance. For this reason, It Is rumored, the
gallant,old Nineteenth will not go down ns an
organization. Tho remnant of this historic
command has drilled and taken a prlzo at overv
reunion heretofore, and It is too bud to shut It out
this time, nut Is this really a serious matter
after all 1 / Cannot tho small point of dlsoivslon
be amicably settled by a sort of tacit unftor
standiug between ail parties interested? It
sooms as though it could. As It Is understood,
tho complaint is nit upon ono Item in tho pro-
9 ram, that which provides a prize for tho best
rilled company In any tactics. It is clear that
It was tbo intention of tbo committcu having
tbo matter m charge to provide for tlio votonm
organizations, and a mistake In tho wordlhg
caused tho wbulo trouble, for tho National
Guard drill but ono tactics, and thoy wore not
in uso nt tbo time of tho War. Lot tbo matter
bo onco fairly understood among tho militia
men and not nn otllccr or private will enro to
outer In competition. It Is also complained that
tbo managers In tbolr zeal to nmku the reunion
a stupendous success In point nt numbers
overstepped themselves by inviting too mauy
■National Guard troops. In other words, fears
nro expressed that tho militia tall will wag tho
reunion dog. it is possible that moro troops Imvo
accepted tbo generous Invitation of tbo nmna
ors than tho latter wore led to oxpcct, and thoy
may prove a grievous burden, unless great caro
Is taken .to prevent annoyance and lil-foollug.
It Is earnestly hoped that tho olllccrs and men
composing tho mate troops will so conduct
thpmselvcs as to sustain tho high reputation
which thoy now otijoy, nnd not cause tbolr lib
eral hosts to regret having invited them to par
ticipate In tbolr huge blow-out.
Thu program, so far ns it will Interest tbo
militia, will be as follows: Monday, company
drills and dross parade at sunset: Tuos
, dav, U n. m., Individual and team
rifle contests begin, and will bo renewed dally
Until completed. Wednesday morning gun
guard-mount, skirmlsn. Infantry, artillery, and
cavalry, and street-tight, nt Uo. m. At Up. in., in
fantry prlzo drill. Thursday, at Un. m., a grand
review of all tho military nnd veteran organlza-
Uons by his Excellency Gov. Cullom, Uom
maudor-ln-Uhlcf of tbo military forces of tbo
Btatoof Illinois, Oon. Grant, Uon. John Pope,
and others, followed by a military and ulvlo pa
rade through tho oily. At II ni m., addresses by
Oon. John A. Logan, Oon. John M. Palmer, and
tho poora “ Vicksburg.” by tbo Uov.C.A. Hobbs.
At ap. m., a cavalry prlzo drill, and at Op. m.,
nn artillery prize drill. At sunset, a dross pa
rade, and nt 7:00, bombardment of Fort
Doncison, night knttlo, skirmish, and
general assault, Friday, at U a. m.,
competitive rllle practice; at 10:1.1, band prize
contest; nt 3p. m., grand battle, all commands,
military and veteran organizations participat
ing; at 7:!X» p.m., grand contest by all tho bonds,
and presentation of tho prizes awarded. Tho
night movements of tbo armies will bo eon
trolled by signals and rockets under tho United
Stales signal code. Every soldier or vutcrun
must bring bis own blanket.
The prizes will bo ns follows: For tbo Lest
drilled company, Upton’s tootles, first prlzo, $200;
second,sUKJ. For the bust drilled company, any
tootles, f IUU. For individual infantry drill, Up
ton’s tnat<cs, open to nay National Guardsman,
first prize, gold modal, valued nt fSO: second
prize, S3O: and third prize, SIO. For tho bust
drilled cavalry company, SIOU. Fur tho best
drilled section of light artillery, ono piece, com
manded by any ollicor of tbo battery, Upton's
tactics, SIUO. For tbo best reed band, S2UO and
f IUU. Host cornet bund. *IOO and *so—except
United Btutos Army bands. For tbo best United
Htntos Army band. Also, prizes ranging from
to $0 fur rllle-shootlng.
Whittier Post, No. 7, O. A. U„ hold their final
mooting to llnlsb tbolr arrangements for Ulooin
lugtouat tbo Grand I'ueillc Hotel at 8 o’clock
tonight, and, as this will bo tho Inst opportunity
to enroll witn tlio veterans ho us to got tho vet
eran rate of f I.W, nil Q. A. it. commanders and
other veterans desiring to accompany this post
are desired to report, it will bo remembered
that Whittier Post, accompanied by Novlns’
Band, starts Tuesday evening on tho 0 o'clock
train, sous to bo In Uloomlngton early In tho
morning of Wednesday to partlolpato In tho
street tlgbtof that forenoon, and without which
no veteran will be satisfied, and also to witness
tho Infantry prize drill Wednesday afternoon.
Commander Wilson expects to tuko about 100
of bis post and tbolr friends and somo from
other posts, who nro requested to report at O.
A. 11. Hall, 167 Washington street, at 7 o’clock
p.m. Tucsduv. Leaving tho hull nt 8 o’clock,
thoy march via Clark street to Adams and to
tho Chicago ic Alton dopot at Canal stroot,
where ears will bu reserved for them.
A COURT-MARTIAL ASKED FOR.
Bp*eial DUputeh to Pit Vl’lenao Tribune.
Atlanta, Go., Sept. 3,—Today Thomas A.
Clayton, a member or tbo Galo City Guards mil
itary organization of Atlanta, who a short time
since was notified that bu bad been expelled
from tbo company for sumo causa not known to
him, preferred charges against J. F. Burke, the
commander of tbo Guards. Those charges wore
made to Governor Colquitt In writing, and Clay
ton asks that a court-martial bo hold. Thoro
nro three specifications In tbo allegation under
tho general bead ot " conduct unbecoming un
olUcur and a gentleman.” Clayton claims that ho
was nollllod of his dismissal before hoover knew
that bo uad violated any rules, and that ho
never was asked or ordered to appear boforu tbo
company and answer charges of any character.
Tbo Guards, It will bo romomucml, worked up
tbo reunion of tho military of tbo North and
Squtb which was bold In Atlanta about a your
ago. Tho Governor will look Into tho matter
tho coming week and decide upon the question
of bolding a court-martial. Clayton, when ox
polled, denounced Burke In tho strongest terms,
with tho hope ot getting somo kind of satisfac
tion out of him. and. failing to do this, has insti
tuted charges us above.
SERIOUS CUTTING AFFRAY.
Paul Tborscn, wbo lives at No. 28d North State
streot, was out four or live times lu tbo bead
and body at about 1 o’clock yesterday morning
In I’otor Conrad's saloon, No. UOl Bush struct, by
Tbomaa Goodman, a coachman employed by Mr.
0. F. Fuller, of No. itta Dearborn avenue. Tbo
quarrel grow out of n drunken dispute us to tbo
respective uues of tbo two men, and after Its
termination Goodman ran away and was after
wards arrested at bis ouiployor's barn. Tbor
sen was taken to bis homo and attended
by Dr. Henry Ogden, wbo says that tbo man's
wounds aro not dangerous, though they consist
of a six-inch gash across the tup of tbo boad,
three outs In tbo left arm. ouo of thorn about six
Inches long, and ono stub In tbo leftside. Tbo
lust Is but a tiosb wound, tbo knife having struck
a rib. Goodman is looked up at tbo Chicago
Avouuo Bttttlon wbero bo will bo bold to await
tbo result of bis victim's Injuries.
WANTED IN KENTUCKY.
Charles Denote, a colored convict wbo escaped
from tbo Poultehtlary at Frankfort, Ky., while
under sentence for rubbery, was recently ar
rested In tbls city byDoteellvcsKmlor and Long,
and Is being bold at tbo Armory to await tbo ar
rival of oilleora wbo aro to escort him book to
that institution.
Garibaldi.
Tbo Radicals In Italy aro making sorry uso of
Garibaldi, now that be la broken down utterly
and llttlo bettor than un Imbecile mentally. A
Genoese gentleman says bis popularity
and uamo aro mado use of lor most
unwprtby purposes, and bo asserts
that tbo radical and revolutionary
lotion to wblob tbo old boro's name is attached
are not written, and but Imperfectly Indorsed
by him. Tbo gentleman was present at bis re
ception In Genoa, wburo bo was trotted out by
bis suu-ln-law, Stephen Cauzlo, u revolu Uouary
leader and companion of the Universal Re
public. Ho presented a terrible spectacle, thus
described t . ..
“Hu lay stretched on o s|ok bod, placed wllb
dtOlculty In an open carriage. A striped shawl
enveloped bis tbln, wan bguro, and a red skull
cup, ornamented with Masonic emblems, rested
upon hl« snowy bead. Hu could nut
even novo bn hand. Uo seemed balf'dcad.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE; MONDAY,' SEPTEMBER G, 1881.
Curious onco more to atm this 'lender of men.*
I easily obtained mi interview. 1 found Gari
baldi redlining upon mi Invalid eimir
In tho handooino salon ol his son-in-law's house,
I never In nil my ilfo hcheld a llvlmr being no
douth-llkc. if I had not seen his ores nndilpfi
move, I should Imvo Imiloved him to ho deini.
Ills fnco w«s absolutely livid, tho yellow-whim
of n corpMj, and his hair and hetird nro pnrfeetlv
while. lll*oyes, however, relain lire, nnd move
about from side to side, following people around
tho room, without, however, his changing his at
titude in tbo least degree.”
CONTUMACIOUS KNIGHTS.
llowtlio Itlcmbrrs of CJermnttla Lodge
No. 2, K. !»., livitdctl (ho Nubbntnrluii
litUota of dm Cirand Chancellor by
ITfoodtic, Not ns iTlombcrs, hut nn High
Privates, nnd Forming n .Social Club.
The row of tho Knights of Pythias, growing
out of Damon Lodge No. 4 making nn excursion
to Milwaukee several Sundays ago, goes bravely
on. A full account of tho troublo to dnto has
been heretofore given, bat thoro Is to bo added
what transpired yesterday, or rather what did
not transpire.
Somo of tbostrlot Sabbatarians, it appears*
hnvo boon making themsolvos very busy in con
domains tho Milwaukee excursion because it
took place Sunday, and thoy nro met by tbo
moro liberal-minded, who take lasuo with them,
and hold that they had a right to do whnt thoy
did titular tbo law of their Order. Hut to dis
cuss tbo question and got at an expression of
opinion, u meeting of Knights, under tho mi
spieea of Germania Lodge. No. «. wns ended to
bo held at Klaro s Hall yesterday nfloraoon.
The attendance was not largo by any means, but
both aides wero represented, and there were
evidences of considerable bitterness ot feeling,
which, was not softened any by the presentation
of tho following dispatch by ono of the Sabba
tarians:
* To J, C. Gocpfrnl, iVo. SO7 Wat linmlaUth:
ion will at onco say to all odlcers of lodges
under your Jurlsdlutlon, and to nil members of
such lodges, that I absolutely forbid them to take
any part In tbo mass-mooting called by Ger
mania Lodge, No. 2. for Bunduy, Sept. 4. I per
emptorily forbid the bidding of Halil meeting on
Sunday, and you will so notify tho olllccrs of
Go rmunln Lodge nt once.
”0. W. Heupman, Grand Chancellor.”
Mr. Hordmnn resides nt Jursuyvlite, and Is tho
Inw-olllcor of tbo Order In tho State, and tho
ouoct of tho springing of his message upon those
who had come to attend tho meeting can bo
HKTTRII IMAGINED THAN DESCItIIIKD.
Thoy were _ all Inw-nbldlng Knights, they
maintained, but tbo surprise bad been too grout
for tho liberal element, and thoy acknowledged
their dlscomtlturo In sundry gesticulations.
Homo wanted to go on and hold* the meeting
whether or no, but upon a sober, second thought
It was agreed to obey tbo order technically, and
at tbo same time got somo comfort out of It, if
possible, Thoy would not moot as Knights, It
was agreed, but moot they would, and thoy did,
nftor a new plan of action hail been agreed
upon.
When thoy root Hermann Slcelor was called
to preside, and announced that. It was proposed
to form a social club, tho llrst condition of any
ono becoming a member to bo that bo was a
Knight.
Mr. Komiody, ono of tho ultra-Sabbatarians,
and wno Is accused of having" made all tho
trouble, arose to speak, his object being to warn
those present against tho danger of proceeding
us thoy propose. Hut tho Chair would not listen
to him, and be subsided.
Mr. Grnco next look tbo (loot','and urged tbat
thoquullllcntloa for membership of tho pro
posed club was contrary to the Jaw of tbo Order,
oto., and dually tbo nuallilcation was so changed
as to admit anyone of goon moral character,
and who bad liberal Ideas, or who bad not boon
bora on Plymouth Book. ■
Everything thereafter ran smoothly, but
thoro was no great dcslro manifested upon tho
partnf any ouu (n Join tho,otub. “Command
er” Wilson, however. was riot satisfied with tho
condition of things, and
BURLED THE FOLLOWING
further order from tho Grand Chancellor into
tho assembly, which, it will bu soon, ho was or
dered to do:
” JkUShYVILLB, 111., Sept. I.—A. B. ITfIMIL
h«n.~ Dear But and DitOTHEit: 1 havo been
this day Informed that Gormunla Lodge, No. 2,
Knights of Pythias, of your city, bas oallud a
mass-meeting, or a meeting of tbo lodges, tho
4tb Inst., nt Karl’s or Kluro’a Hall, on Clark
street. Hucb meeting 1 consider to bu within
tbo spirit, if not within tuo strict letter, of tho
law of this Grand Jurisdiction, which forbids
Sunday demonstrations by and in tho nama of
tho Order, unless it bo a funeral demonstration.
I therefore strictly and peremptorily forbid
tbo holding of said meeting on tbo 4th
Inst. This Ido In tbo name of tho Grand Lodge
of Knights of Pythias of tho Grand Jurisdic
tion of Illinois. Tho law must bo obeyed, so
long us It stands unropoated, as n law of this
Grand Jurisdiction. You will, therefore, at ouoo
notify all odicontimd members of lodges under
your Jurisdiction not to attend or tuko partin
said proposed meeting on tho 4th Inst. You are
further directed to go yourself to tho ball where
said meeting Is proposed tube bold on tho 4th
Inst., und In my name, and In the name of tho
Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias of this State,
to commaud all Knights of Pythias who may
then and there assemble to desist from holding
said proposed meeting, to transact uo
business In thu name ot tho Order of
Knights of Pythias, nr relating thereto,
und to disperse, if any member of the Oruor of
Knights or Pythias persists, at said proposed
mooting, in bolding said mooting, or In doing or
transaoting tiny business thereat relating to tho
Order of Knights of Pythias, you will
TAKE DOWN TIIKllt NA*MKS,
and tho name and number of his Lodge, and re
port tbo same to mo at onco.
“Bay tothoollleoni und members of Germania,
No. 2, and to ail other lodges and members of
tho Order, that tbo proposed mooting must not
bo bold on Sunday. Thoy can hold it on some
other day of the week, if I know tbo names of
tbo oUloora ot Gormaula, Nn. 2, 1 would address
them directly. But this will do.' Curry out my
orders and instructions. Hoad this letter to
thorn, order thorn in my namo to desist and
hold no mooting on that day, under penalty of
tho law. Fraternally yours.
‘‘ G. W. Hebomak, O. a”
In answer to tho above. Mr. Hermann, who 1 a
understood to have fathered tbo excursion,
raised tbo point that bo bad noted under author
ity In doing what ho bad, und wont un to criti
cise tho orders of tho Grand Chancellor, and la
midst of tho talk which followed tho anti-Sab
batarians, wbo refused to identify themsolvos
with tbo social club, wore Invited to leave tho
room.
Tho “Friendship Social Club” was then or
ganized, with about u dozen members, tho ob
jector which was announced to bo “to bovo
excursions and picnics whenever thoy saw fit—
eight days In a week—and for general enjoy
ment.” Tho following olileora wore elected:
President, 11. Bleglor; Vieo-ProMdont, ,4J. F.
llonuiinn: Secretary, ti. A. Aeppll; Tronsuror.
A. Brener. r '
Tho “Club”adjourned without date,and Us
future Is very uncertain. If it meets Lgaln and
gets to work Its aim will bo to agitato tho ques
tion of amcudlng-tho Knights of PLythlas laws
bo that they, us Knights, can do as thoy nloaao
on Sunday, to avoid a repetition at tbo present
troubles. No notion can bo tukfm on Lac sub
ject, however, until tho mooting /of tno Grand
Lodge of the State at Sprlngdouy, Dot. 3. Then,
It Is thought, tbo whole question will come up
and bo discussed ot length, If nnt disposed of.
THE SOCIALISTS.
A Commuulatlo Wrostlo tvttls tbo Btlilcs
ofCiammliiff.
A very bitter debate an tbo corruptness of
gambling enterprises liygcnorol, and tbo Board
of 'Trade iu particular, consumed most of tbu
eloquence expended 'lu yesterday's session of
tbo main section of tbu Socialistic Labor party,
ut (B West Lake street. After tbo conclusion of
ordinary business a woll-attondod meeting,
over which Charlo* Wheeler presided, Mr. Hlouu,
In supporter a previous motion fur tbo conven
ing of a Nations/ Congress of Bootallsls, made a
lomrtby speech, and urged tbo necessity of
making a rovl/icd version of tbo constitution,
for tbo rendering of. a more powerful and well
doilued platturu for tbo principles of Boelalism.
Ho said tbaCcuub section should bnvo tbo author
ity to voto4n or voto out members, so as to pro
tect themselves from novitiates wboso moral
character was u iiwonby of tbo cause they strove
to maintain. Ho ulsu advocated a obaugotoa
political basis of action fur alt Socialism.
Mr. Morgan, lu reply, was vloluutly opjiossd to
tbouroloss expenditure of fil.lDJln supimrtlug
a cuDVeoUon, and deolnrod that HuoiolUm was
more of a church society for tbu propagation of
social and religious Ideas, did not apprehend to
aetlii politics further than to support the repre
sentative of and sympathize with honest labor
•very tlmo. The main section resolved to glvo
uo supttort to a uongruss.
Tbo ulseassluu us u» tbo Iniquity of Board of
Tradu spoculutlous was tbon taken up. Mr.
Bloun delivered a number of sagacious remarks
upon the question. Hu said that tbu nature of
Bourse deals must be so changed that u sate
should be Impracticable without ready money.
Tbu Board is merely arcspoclablogumbllug bell.
Tbo men who speculate thereon aro brought
up in the excitement ot taking the chances
against ruin, and after tbo close of tbo board
they must sustain tbo delirium across tbo green
table. They cannot rest or tbluk—they dare nut
think—and thoughtless, they grow reckless, lu
Uomo cbe lottery Is In support of tbo Govern
ment, and yields sbJu,UUduiuoutb. But bore It
is a few men who reap tbo wealth and tolls of
thousands of Urn laboring doss.
Mr. Morgan made un inllummatory supple
ment to these remarks by saying that tbo few
men who scooped In «a,UX),uiO lu Bourse specu
lations during tbo past month woro uncommon
thieves, wbo neither sowed nor reaped ono grain
or Um spring wheat which they monopolized,
who gave'the community no compensation
for what they kidnaped, but Impeded the
lutercbaugu of commercial products between
firouucoraog consumer, and were possessed of
esa truo honor tbau tbo common prostitute,
aoclety mado an egregious mistake lu looking
upon snob robbers us respectable citizens.
Mr. White said that tbls gutubllng on 'Change
was oontluod between tbo speculators alone, and
cxoepcln • oomerlng" tbo market tbo public Is
not affected. Hu said further, that had Morgan
thobwhey aad ola4 of g authclout galibra be
would la) tho fiercest gamlier in Chicago [ap
plause], and ono of tho barpftt enemies of Ho
clallstn [loud applause], whim is after all but
tbo organized Indignation oMho robbed. When
Napoleon HI. (ucendod* tho throne ho crushed
tlio Bourso rnpnoiioiy of unvlslons and grain
l ,y wi? h ! , " h l n * P 1,, d10 granirlos for tho people,
Lot this bo done. It was this resolved, and tho
meeting adjourned. ..
THE LAND-LEAGUERS.
No Connection with Dynamite—Career
Harrison Repudiated* .
Tbo Michael Bavltt Land-League Club Md R 6
regular meeting at Fiducant Hull, «wl Archer
avenue, last night. Tho tlrco was occupied In
speech-making, repudiating :no charge that tbo
club was made up of Hoclflilsts and Nihilists.
Tho only Communism about’thorn was that thoy
wanted laws by which tho rich and tbo poor
would bu treated alike.
Their loyalty to tho Irish cause was shown by
the fact that thoy bad remitted $Bl6 to Ireland.
Thoy claimed that tbo attack wav made upon
thorn simply because thoy would not bo
tho tools of political backs'ln Chicago.
Tbolr accusers wero/- political knaves,
feasting curtain nabobs r wt|b (ho money that
ought to go to rollovc tho dratltution in Ireland.
Thoy wanted Itjundorstoid-tboy wero opposed
tn dynamite; their war with • England was a war
of Ideas. The# also repudiated Carter 11. Har
rison ns ndemfmgytipbad betrayed tbo hon
est; irishmen. iho Ochlocracy was a f rand, and,
what was inorf, tasy would never again veto
for nn Irlshiuai) who was on tho Democratic
ticket. It waM ordered that a meeting of tho
Michael DnvlU, tho Hovcntconth Ward, and tbo
Spread tbo Light Clubs bo held nt some central
point on tbo lub Inst. Tho purpose is to send,
by tho French cable (for tho Land-Leaguers
'distrust all British means of communication)
n message to I'nrneil, to bo road at tbo Dublin
convention on tbo IStb, expressing sympathy
with the agitation.
PHILO MOREHOUS.
aptttol nitpoteh to Tht Ohltooo IVfbuns.
Elkhart, Ind., Sept. 3.—A special train con
voying tbo remains of tbo Hon.Philo Morobuus
from Chicago reached hero at 6 o'clock to-night.
Tbfc deceased will bo barlod to-morrow. Mr.
■Morobuus bad bnun n Director of tbo now Lnko
Shore Railroad for ovor thirty years. Hu was a
man ol many friends. Ho was for forty-olgbt
years a resident of this county. His death Is a
spro stroke to tbo people of Elkhart.
Nothing purifies and anrlcbos tho blood and
destroys all poisons In the system like Hop Bit
tors.
TRIBUNE liRANCU OFFICES.
IN OHUEK TO ACCOMMODATE OUK
numerous jiMror* throughout the city, wo havo
ombllflbud Branch OAlcos In tho dllTorunt nirlslong.
HRduslitnated below, where advertisements will ho
taken lor the same price as chanted at tho Mala Of-
Uoo, and will lw received until tt o'clock p. dli
, *. .. division. *
Twon.,s»,ndsJ ! ' O0 “ 0 " 0r ' " ,l1 “ UUo "". m
c„ J , U n l,’r«,?r Un, “ Ul - m
u H; W. BUCiIMAN, Druggist, comer Thlrly-Prit and
stato-BU.
80uUi
nMlMin£ rr ‘ ~m ® UuWI Wc,t Madlaon-at., cor-
JAB. M. KIRKLRV St CO M Druggists, 1M South
Balslod-st.. corner of Adams. >
MILLS: PUAHMAOV. J. W. WALNWIUGIIT. 673
West Mndlsou-st.. cornorOudoaHir.
I ’ ru ““'* U m ““
H.C.IIKURICK, Jeweler. Newsdealer, nnd t'ane
Goods, >3U tMSko-st.. comer Lloouln.
AUai:»T JACOBSON, Druggist, VO North Uaisiod.
corner Indlana-st.
* ,„,. >tt% ,.,N°RTIl DIVISION.
.* 00 ■* Druggist. 4U North
(.lark-st.. corner Division.
KM. WILLIAMS*
■t.. corner Sophia.
1A)UI8 W, 11. NRUBB, Printing and Advertising
Agent. Nows and Htaunnwry l)eiMiu«.r> y.. i>i T ii»lnn.*t.
TO IiJCNT—IIO USES.
West Side.
rpo RENT—ON ADAMS-ST., NEAR JEF
JL Iflrwn Park, 12-mom brick bouse: ull modern
EJVvoaloncos; good stable and large lou KiS a month.
TURNER A BOND, 1(U Wiuliluglun-sb
SOUTH SZDZ.
rpORENT-IIOUSE. FURNITURE FOR
JL sale at a btwgaln. Ownergolng abroad. Apply
ataUrovuluud Park.
TO RENT-O. 11 .MULLIKEN,
Agent fur the care imd management of property.
U» Dcarborn-at,
Has for rent
_ A BROWN 81'ONK-FRONT IJOUHB.
3 gtorlo* nnd basement. All modern Impruvumoau. In
complete order. Kurulnhed thruiiahout very nicely.
ON LA BAIiLI9*AV.
Also, a very nice brick housAwlih lino stnblo.on
t\ abash-av., near Twonty-Uilrq-st. All modern lm
rrovomonta and In good cancUUuo; 3-atorlos und
bmmtuont: 26 feet front. \
Suburban;
TO, RENT—OR FOR SAtE-AT SOUTH
hymn ton. corner Judson and Kedtio-ava.. 3-
stury frame bouse with brick btuiumouti good fur-
M« CO «iV , ii,» IW J I S9 fooL UAIHD * BRADLEY.
Room IU, W La B«Uc-st.
rpO UENT—GOOD 10-KOOJI HOUSE AT
l yde Park noardopoti large grounds. Apply to
OjffijtGßJtLJtot, it)K. H Uuapor Block.lff Utark-Vu
TO ItENT—FLATS,
West Side.
TO RENT—
NEW FLATS—WEST SIDE,
rour roams. Ml) West Mndisoti-si.
Knur rooms. 612 Wusi MadUon-sU 1
I onr roams, aju Wust Madlson-st.
> our rooms, k« West Madlsou-sU
Hvo rooms. IMS Asbiand-av,
Mix rooms. 473 Wost Indlana-sL
Movon rooms, KW West Igvku-st.
Mix rooms, 77 Artoslan-AV.
tour-room fiats on Uurmnur-st.. near Norlh-ar.
Cam. GRIFFIN ft DWIGHT,
Corner MstUson and Balstod-iM.
TO RENT-NEW. FLAT OF SIX
.rooms, 77 Artoslan-Hv. Apply to GRIFFIN ft
ij*y IGIIT, corner ot Washington and Haisu>d-su.
TO ItENT—IIOOMS.
West Side.
mo RENT-ROOMS FOR GENTLEMEN.
Xdatus-st 1,1,1 141,(1 ,WM 10 puraianunlA - 4IS Wust
TO RENT-ONE FURNISHED AND
nno unfurnished room, but uud cold water, bath;
pnvatu family. l42Waluut-su
North side.
TO RENT-274 LA SALLE-AV.. !1 PUR
ulshud rooms to genUumun, with of without
ooarJi also nice brick barn for two horsus.
TO ItENT—STOHES, OFFICES, <Cc
BTORSa.
rpo RENT—
JL . NEW STORES.
611) and 613 WoatMadUon-st.
4CI and Itt Wust Madlauii*Mt.
OL) und 470 Wost ludtaiia-su
Wi Wost Lako-st., with bam.
« homu llalstod-st.. near Madlion.
7m) Wust l-iiko-st, old salunii stand, with largo hall,
Anduthora. UUIKKI.N ft DWIGHT.
Corner Wasblnguio and Ualstod-sts.
rpo RENT DOUBLE STORK AND
X basement, 211 and 210 Washlngton-aL: also, largo
suwmd-twry room, corner of Franklln-st., in samu
building, for wholesale business. WM.U. DOW.
liuomSTrtbnnu Building.
r pO RENT—STORE AND BASEMENT
JL JWIa Hallo-sl,j also, second slorr 34 und 40 La
Salitt-aL, 40x15 feou WM. O. DUW.
Room STnbuno Building.
WANTED—TO RENT.
WANTKD-T0 11ENT—0 WN ERS OF
now bul ding# now being built to know that If
they will Bond their plans UMiuroltlcotliul they wlllbo
routedbefore Uioy nru completed. Wu.uro having u
large demand. mid Increasing. 't'ho great outcry Ib,
no place to move Into. Mow la tho time to build, as
Vrtlftf.dS? rout* are also high, OimFl.N A.
1> VV142111. West tilde Itoal Ktlalo and House Itent
intjt Agents, corner Washington and llalstod-su.
\\TANTED-TO RENT-THREE UN
.*(, furnished room* tor boiisokeuping by biiihll
family; modoralo rent. U. U. WIhUAMd. (jarvneo
lIOUIO.
WANTED— TO RENT-ALL THOSE
having homo* or stores to rants aund in rour
ocßcrmUon, m wo have customers waiting. OAK
NKU A HuTI.KH. Ui La Hulle-st.
DOAJtDING AND LODGING,
south sros.
1 n KLDKIDUE-COUIIT - DEDIIOOMS,
AU parlors, and family rooms, with board.
Horsts.
ORIENT HOUSK-9W AND 3SO STATE
st-Newly upenod and-finely furnished! cool
ana idousum ryowsi board 01 to 110 per weeks day
board.Hi transient#. lUd tuKlsmr day. ■
UT. LA WHENCE EUROPEAN HOTEL,
k/ 71 and til Adauu-sL, between titalo and Dearborn
-nion’t pay high price# wbuu7l>e audit secure* Urst
class rooms. The building Is new, the rooms largo
and airy, tno furniture entirely new and handsome,
and no usiieuse has been spared to secure the cum
fort of tho guests. Try It.
ItOstUD WANTED,
BOAUU-AND home' EUR FOUR
*d° d couple or wblow
n, l F l m^ U r Across immediately, slating
terms, Al, Tribune otttuo.
130ARD - AND ELEGANTLY FUR-
A-* nulled front (tarlur and bed mom in private
family where there are no other boarders} Michigan
” r >j'Jib l m , e*oweo. l,rU,W,rw ‘ l ’ ltu * urunuo ** Address d
.. VASVZWP*CLOTHING,
ALL THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
who wish to sell cast-off-cloth.(ig, carnets. »nd
*IV or Jew to k. HKlt
tittlKL, at tiute-at. I will u*y;ii per ount more
than any idiior dealer in the cltyT Hltuiuombor tho
number. iUhtate-sC/ ■
CJS»r ,
OTOIIAGEFOU FURNITURE, DUGGIEa
jerry iusal estate .
TOOtt DALE-DY T. 11. IJO YD, DOOM 7,
Jj iTJMndlson-st.
I want tou who - are looking for bargains to read
this INt through. There are some good property at
low prices offered In It.
HD.PM-A first-class ;>-sU>ry, swell front, mpdeni.il*
rout* bnck dwelling, nnd lot Ztxlto, soul*front. fin
ished In tlm beat of atyle, nn North Hide, oast of
Clark-at, between IhtlsUm and cniasgo-ar., and to
excellent neighborhoods. vary cheap. . ,
M.ro-Aii modern ifrroom »-aloff ana basement
alone front dwell!”*- atone steps, atone aldnwnlka,
and One v-aiorrortck barn, lot ai*l24, on Lanin-au,
nearMenroot will rent for lUM)|»or year.
l>uru -Eatery auid basement, all modern finished,
•tone front, alone atop* and aldowatka, fronting right
at Union Park, the nicest place to live in Chicago: lot
la 37x14.1 to alley: it rent* now to tlrst-clax* tenant for
f7o pur rnonili; paya I) per cent net. a groat deal bettor
than bond*: tala housecould not bo built for 17,001
now.
(MD-A splendid 12-room frame dwelling, furnace,
hot and cold water, (rath and gas. lino barn and lot,
Z'ixlhj, cast front, on Waboah-ar., near Thirty-firsts
honao rontsfTypur month] party going to Buropo
ennaeof sale.
t-Wh-A nfee first-class 7-room houao. In good re
pair, aoutb front, on Jnekson-aL, near llenoro. water
and gas; lot sUzlli; street iwossmonta and lares all
paid) line perfect] neighborhood flrst-classs this la
curtaluly very cheaoi house win rent for Ku per
inonV).
Nice 10-room, 2-story nnd basement, octagon
front brick dwelling and lot aixIUU; house liaa good
furnace, hot and cold water, bath, and gas; oast front
on Wlnchoster-ar., near Adams-sL This Is cheap
property at (4.UUU.
|2,ou—ThisjsaNo. t ft-room, 2-story, frame dwell-
Ingi lotlixlfi: on Mnnroo-sL near Uallfornla-ay.t
houao has bath and gas. and Is in Hrat-elaM repairs It
la Terr cheap at »2.»fHi you will bo glad to gut such a
bargain before May next.
. N 5 per foot—PixlEi feet on West Washlngton-st,
Just oast of Callfornla-av.i lino lot for row of houieai
certainly cheap at lli.
fl.ltw—A good '.-room cottnco and lot 23x100. on Til
doii-st, near Aberdeen: rente for fIA iter month,
PViO—A nice tot24zms south front on Ohlo-st., be
tween Lincoln and lloboy.onoblockfrom street-cars.
K» per fool—7T»xli». northeast corner of Van Huron
at. and linroiliago-ar., with agnod cottages you can
not buy this any lower by waitings It la a tine lot for
stores and lint*: only one block (rum Aahland-av.t
good neighborhood.
fi,«w-Oood lot 4dxflo, on North Hide near State and
Dtvtalon-sts.] offered low to sett quick.
SALE—DY GEOUGE M. DOOLIE,
JJ, llcceiver of Chicago l.lfo Inauranco Uompauy.
K itcaper Ulock, 07 Ulark-su the following Improved
property! y
{M Twenty-thlrd-st., 3-story frame dwelling.
JHlu Johnson-placo, 2-story and baaemunt brick
dwenlng.
:p.‘l7J.angloy-ay„ 2-atoryand basement brick dwell<
ing.
>h**l Langloy-ar., 3-slory and basement brick dwell
ing.,
2-story and basement brick dwelling.
111 l Horty-Urat-iL, 2-atory and baaomont brick
dwelling.
llljl Korty-flrst-st, 2-story and basomont brick
dwelling.
1115 Forty-flrst-st. 2-story and basomont brick
dwelling.
. 4<uiCottago Ororo-av., 2-story and basement brick
dwelling.
Rf: Kulion-sU. 3-story and basomont brick dwelling.
S*»torr and basomont brick dwelling.
2£L limiertlcid-su, /story frame dwelling.
zmiluUcrfleld-st.. 3-st‘iry fruroo dwelling.
£2l liuueriluld-su, 2-story frame dwelling.
■f.« MarahMeld-aT., 2-story and basomont brick
dwelling.
sm Mtirshßold-ay., 2-story and basomont brick
dwelling.
SW Marshflold-BT., 2-slory and basomont brick
dwelling.
SALE—IJY A. J. COOPJSK, IbO
X; Dnarbern-su:
l-nrgu desirable homo, and 10t47x1.V), on tho roost
duslrabto street In tho village of Urdu I'ark. south
west corner of Fltty-thlrd-st. and Kredrlok-plnco,
four blocks west mid on same street ns main depot!
lias all modorn conveniences; hot and cold watur,
gas. and good sewerage, furnace and range, ute.: all
m perfect orders possession at any tlmo. Will bo
sold at a great sacrifice foreash or half cosh, balance
to suit at i percent! price, tt.uu«.
111x177 .S-lUfoet northeast corner Wab&sh-ar. and
fortieth-st.. west front; passenger steam trains now
usttiffi-urtleth.au via l-ako Shore & Michigan Houth-
It. H. tu proxcl boulevard, also one block from street
tars: lim jm.t foot cash.
4lxl.it feet on Cmml-su, oast front, 41 foot south of
>an llurcn-st.. opposite now Union Depou Will pay
1(J per coni on price to Impruvo today; price, KSJO pur
...iV 0011 !? oud HJtOn both sides of the Canal, at
I hlriy-l rst-su, near McCormick's lloapor Works and
Union Holllng -Mills, nbout three acres, all for (IU.OUU
cash, or choice of either block for KWU cash: well lo
catod for any kind of manufacturing business.
■ciou SALE-nr jlvtson hill, koom
X.'. , IGrnmils Ulock, 115 Dcarborn-st:
INDIANA-AV.—llouso and lot near Klchtoooth-st..
f 4,001). • •
INDIANA-AV.—ilousound 45-fool tut hoar Twcn
..... . tioth-si.,iii.uia
INDIANA-AV.—Hlegnnt stone-front bouso near
bouso near Twenty
elghth-st,
~r,ck bouso corner Twonty-nlnlh-st,
IM)IANA-A\.—octagons stone front house near
. Twontynlmh-sU. 17.01).
INDI ANA-AY.—Two brick houses near ThlrUeth-st.
INDIANA-VA.—Very hitndiMimu stone-front house
near Thirtyihlrd-sUj dining-room
. and kitchen on parlor floor.
INDI ANA* A\.—Octagon brick bouse. No. M2L
JglOK SALE-BY AUCTION.
'ITUS CHICAGO HEAL KBTATB EXCHANGE,
IHI and 11 a l>ca rbn rn-su,
WILL 1101,1) TIIEIU
FOITUTEKN'm PUHLIC SADR
WEDNESDAY. BKI*T. T. AT 11 A. il«
AT TIIK EXCHANGE,
lit; and 118 Dearburn-su
For full particulars see tho
CATALOGUE NOW ItR.VDV.
W. K.NIXON, CU AN DLEU A CO..
Heal Estate, Mortgage hankers,
ITeshlonU Treasurers and ’l’ruslaea.
WM. A. lUJTTKIIS. Manager and AucUonoor.
xnoil SALE—LOT 200XU00—THIS LOT
L ten corner, and In tho very (icon or wholesale
business on Bomb Hide. north of Adatus.it- Ul* tbo
finest corner for wholesale bonne in tbo United
Hiatus. It will bo sold low If taken In 30 day*. Ifyou
nmil a flrsl-cla**. >n fact, tho Nneat business lot In
Chicago, call and get particulars of thlsj it la worthy
of your Immediate attention. Call and too lor your
golf. T. 11. UPVI). llnom 7. ITU Madlson-st
Foil SALE-5 AGUES ON i CENTRAL
boulevard, near Central Parks also 10 acres at
Bmitli cblcugos both aultublu for subdivision. MAT*
HON HIM* Itoozu 1 Uruunls Block. No. 113 Uoar
burn-st.
FOU SALE-NOUTII CLARK-ST.,
near Norlh-av., brick bouse, ten rooms. |4.tU)i a
bargain. North Wclls-su, near Bchlllor. largo lot. &lx
ttU. wltu buildings renting for (l.£kl, lll.ua This will
make u Tory Oeslntblo Investment. i). 8. TAYLOR,
llff lienrborn-sl.
ijlOR SALE-A WHITE-STONE FRONT
JU brick rosldunco. lot H 7 feet wide, overlooking
Uio lake, at corner of Thirty.llmt-sl. and l.ako Park
er. Apply to UKOUUKM. BUUUK, 8 Keeper Block,
Iff Clark-st.
TTIOR SALE—a FINE STONE-FRONT
JU residence on Park-av., near Union Park, at a
Contain. UKNItY WAI.LKH. JU-. Ilff Uearborn-su
1?OR SALE-CORNER OF ADAMS AND
I Thmop-sts., fronting Jefferson Park, forty-eight
feet, racants will be sold at a vory reasonable price.
JAM KB 11. GOODMAN A CO., tit Washlngton-sl.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
TJIOR SALE—DY A. J. COOPER, 180
JU Uuarburu-st. Bpoolal bargains in aero prop
erty.
•JU acres on StonyJsland-bonlovard, near Pullman,
In Bee. I'J.lff, It, at rtu per acre.
tu acres nt Wasbmgum Heights, adjoining Clifton
and Grand Trunk llailroad, being the W. hN.W. U
Hoe. il. iff, 13. at (JU) pur acre. Also 3 acres adjoining
same in Clifton at ful por acre.
4J acres In B. W. H 800. A J 7,13, on tho ridge at Mor
gan Park, at SUJ pur ncru.
Macro*. being lllucks 4. tl, and 13 in IS. WS. W. W
800. ti. l4. at (HJU per aern.
Ignores in N. W. *< N.-W. H Bee. 2d, 3d. 14. being
lllocltsli and Id "Grand Crossing,' 1 at ll.*JoO per acre.
4J acres on KlftyUfib-st. or PavlUun-uouluvaril. be
tween llalstud-si. and Ashland-nv.. Just soulb of
Block-Varus, a bargain at ib'JUU per aero.
Ml acres B. Si B. K.HBec. 13. iil. IX on both sldojof
North Branch. partly timbered. at ftUj per aero.
10 Boros, being Itlocks 4,11. Ij. Hi. U, in, la, and 'JU In
Hupei's Bubdtvislon of Bee. IS, j,\ lx opposite Brown's
Inm-Works, and having nnarly onu-tbmi mile of
nvor front, iilCUl per aero.
Macros southeast corner of Stony tsland-bmilo
vanl and Ninoty-nflh-st.. Hovk Island Bolt Hoad al
ready built, at per acre.
JU acres, being Blocks 3,8, and 13 In 8. J* 800.iU,3U,
IX Price (—~ per aero.
won sale-ijv chas. cleaver «Sj
JD BON. Ui liearborii-st.:
eUacres of land on Wolf l.ako.
3(1 acres near lluininoad BiatlOQ.
lu acres In Knglowood.
•JU acres In South Englewood.
» fr-ncro blocks west of Normal School.
*J3 acres In blocks ut Grand Crossing.
- VACANT HKSIDKNCK PHOPKUTV.
MO fool on Mlcblgan-av,
4JU loot on Drukul-av,
Ml toot on Kllls-av.
It's) feet on Onkwood-boalevard.
XVI foot on ijikoMiv.
Ml feet on Kllls-av., wUhhmisoi W.WJ.
43 feet on Kllls-av., with double bousoi tXSOO.
Houses In Kills Park, Aldlno-squaro. Onkwuod-av.,
Dreiel-nv., und Portyllrsl-iU, ut luwdgurua. Call
and sue at our office.
For sale-south chicago-lots
and block* to this growing auburb by lIKNHV T.
CfiACK.U Uunlen block, tumh won I corner KaudolpU
and l)uarboro-tt».
TOOK SAIiE—IO ACRES WITHIN ONE
JJ lullo of llio city limits on tho wests fUU per acre.
UfcNUY WAU.BU.JIt.. 111. Dearborn-at.
170USALK-FOUTY ACRES NEAR THE
JD Western IniUanacar-Ihupe. lIKNUV WAI.I.KIt,
JU.. lift Dearhorn-sc.
TJIOU SALE-SOUTH CHICAOO-FIVE
AJ to twentT-llvo acres, with river and railroad
facilities, ’nils proiKirtr ts located near the barber
of South Chicago, and is very desirable for lumber
yard* or manufacturing interests perfect title. I>. B.
TAt i.Olt. UI7 Hearborn-su
171011 SALE-FLKASANTLY LOCATED
Aj home In Hyde I'ars. conveniently depot, to-room
house, with largo grounds. Apply to UKUUUK M.
UOiIUK, H Keeper Blues, U 7 Clars-st.
17011 SALE-AT LA GRANGE, SEVEN
A* miles from Chicago, beautiful residence lots at
WU 12*1, |7A or IIO)i near hotels Vie down, and Id
montiily. tl won tbo undersold.) Dots shown free.
Abstract free. iUA UHOWN. it. 1 lot balla-su Boom*.
17011 SALE-GLENCOE—LOTS ON THE
JU shore of i*ko Michigan. «0 feet above lake, at
|luU each, on |j monthly payments) good schools,
churches, and cheap railroad fares will show lots true
any day. IUA iitUIW.N. m La baliu-st.. Hoorn 4.
170 K SALE—PLEASANTLY LOCATED
Aj huuso in Hyde Park. convenient to depot, too
rooms, with largo ground* Apply toUBUUGiS 11.
liOUUK. sUeaper iiluek. Vt Clark-st.
17011 SA L I IE A I* HOMES AT iIONT
AJ rose-hols, blocks, or acres very cheiius two rail*
roads, thirty dally trains, furo u conut examine be
fore purchasing elsewhere. UKUUOK C. TilUMAti,
Mianoßf Fltta-av.
170 R SALE—li’> FEET ON WASHING
AJ ton boulevard, near Callturula-uv., at a bargain,
ITKNKV WAl.hKIt, JIU. JU7 Dearborn-st.
170 R SAiiK—S) ACRES NEAR THE
JU western city limits at |AJU jwr acre. RKNitV
WAl.i.Kli. JIL. Itff lloarborn-st.
PERSONAL, j,
P'EHSONAi. - TltlllUNE.
McVlcker’s Theatre. Saturday night. Hack ruff,
bead address to A Ji. XVibuou tuuce.
COUNTRY HEAL ESTATE.
T7IOK SALE—BI4O,OOO—ONE OF TUB
JD jIDMt and bolt paying coal-mines In the West,
hsJnillos west of Chicago: five railroad* rnn In It: over
I.OMacrcsof land that Is finely Improved for farms:
about 1U» men now taking mit coal: will Bell avnry*
thing complete, Including 0) miles of side trucks, any
amount of cars nnd dumps, i.nu acres of land,and
more coal than can bo taken out In It »years, for (HO.-
UOi refused lid),(in cash this spring for this properly j
It ought to sell forf.Ml.ini! largo contracts for coal
now waiting to ho tilled: win take part In good farm
lands In lowa. Missouri, Nebraska, nr Kansas.
m per aero—A Mrst-claa* improved farm of 101
acres, good house, barn, erths, water, orchard, nnd
No. I nralrlo land. IM acres under crops this year;
will also put In reapers. plows, wagons, hones, and
all farm implements and one-third of this ycar'B
cmps at H.iisl. Any man wanting a bargain will do
well to took at this: It is cheap.
17 tier acre—l.PD acres of ob fine hay lands aa there
are In Illinois, only fid miles south of Chicago and a
ndlos from depoli I.OT tens of hay was sold off of
this land at fi per ton net to the owner, nnd (jin tons
canbesnrodenchyoars It Is worth your nttentiont
title Is perfect T. It. HOVD, Itoom 7. i::> Marlison-st.
T7OR SALE-FINE RESIDENCE AND
XI,, lot In theCltr of Woodstock, county sent of
McHenry County. 111., four minutes'walk from Urn
depot: live passenger trains a clay to nnd from Chi*
cage: house two-story frame, sixteen rooms, besides
halls and closets, wood and coal house: a large barn
on placet Iot!f70x300 feet, with fruit trues nnd shrub*
boryi fine well and cistern: healthy location, con*
vcnlent to.business. Kor particulars and terms Ad
dress A. W. TAl'l'AN. Littisvlllo, Ky.. nr apply
personally to J. J. MUItPHY, Klrsl Natlonalllanlc
Woodstock. 111.
FINANCIAL.
AGOLDSMID. LOAN OFFICE, TO EAST
• Mndlson*sL (licensed). Hstahllshed Din*
mond broker and bullion dealer. Cash paid for old
Rijld and silver, diamonds, pearl*, etc., etc Colorado
ranch, l.artmer-sl. llenvor.
Advances on diamonds, iionds,
wntchci. etc., at low rates. 1,. I.AUNDHII.
uooms b and C. la Uandolph-sU Kslablishad U»l.
Any amount loaned on eurni
lure, pianos, ctu. without removal, and other
collaterals; low rates. Ult l>earhorn-»t.. Itnoni 4.
A NY AMOUNT OF MONEY TO LOAN
f£\.£P,f , ‘ a . , T ,0 , n £*' nod jewelry at TOM N.
DuNNiSLCi A CO.B loan office. ili iietrborn-su
Any amount .to loan on fur
nlturo with or without removal, on favorable
tornmmi commissions. lau l>earborn-st.. Itoom Uk
Any amount to loan on furni*
turo and pianos without removal. 151 Itandolph*
su, itoom l.
/'IASII PAID KOK ENDOWMENT LIFE-
V*/ Insurance policies. D. W. HUTUEBLANU. »j
Washlngton-st.
Highest price paid for state
Haring* and Fidelity Hank book*, and Hcandl
navian NaUonal Hank certlllcates. JUA HOLMES,
General Broker, Bft Washlngton-st.
*\TONEY TO LOAN IN SUMS TO
XTJL *ult, overturn each, on Improved city property
at lowest current rates. TGUNEIt A BUND, lot
WaablogtuD.su
TV/fONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE,
XVI. Pianos, ate., without removal and »n collator*
als. UEOKUB I'AItUV. Uih and HU West Monrou*aU
Money to loan at current
ruleaon real estate. It. W. HYMAN. JIL.ACO,
earborn-st.
Money to loan on Chicago real
estate In sums of ll.tWHoflOUlUat lowest rates.
UV WALLEK. JK.. 107 Ucarbom-st.
•\fONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED
XTJL property at R tier cent. Can negotlato tnunlcl*
pal bunds to good advantage. LEWIS A KNOTT,
Booms 6 and (I Borden Block. W Uandulpb>st.
Real estate loans in sums op
fAUUOand upwards at (I percent not upon lm
proved city property. LYMAN A JACKHO.V, U Port*
(ana Block.
The advertiser requires sm
until Ucu 1. Will make a present of fk) to any
responsible person for the use of the above loan and
du|Hislt security worth ITU Ito Insure punctual return
of money within spudded time. Address V 111, Trib
une office.
TO COUNTRY BANKERS—THE UN
dcrslgnod, a thorough, general business man.
accountant, and cashier, wishes to purchase an Inter
est In an established bank, nnd correspondence solic
ited with pantos desiring to start a now hank In any
live Western town. Will Invest f£UM) to fjO.UiX
WT AN TE D—LO AN S—llA VE SEVERAL
VV good loans for (£6O). £L.OUL and £I.OO at 7 per
ccnu GBIFFIN A | DWIGHT,
West Hide Ileal Gstalo nnd i-oan Brokers,
Corner Waqhtngtou and Ualsted-sta.
*\I7*ANTED—ALL PEOPLE WHO WISH
VV to borrow money on dty real cstaio at lowest
rates to call on us. UIIEKNEUAUM HONH, 73 Dear
born-a u
fi AND 7 PER CENT—MONEY TO LOAN
U cm city mil estate in sums to suit- I’ETEUHUN
A UAt. Hfl Host Uandolph-st.
OSQ 000 T 0 LOAN ON CHICAGO OR
sptJ.v/VJV/ Hyde Park proiwrty. Cash In hand.
Can dose Immediately. C. VAN HCUAACK, St Dear
born-st.
IWSIXESS CHANCES,
AN INTEREST IN A MANUFACTUK-
Ing. well-paying business: fIAO required: one
partner leaving for Europe. Address B si. Trlbunu.
TjM)R SALE—SIISO,OOO, ONE OP THE
JU moat cumidoto and largest starch factories In tho
Union; built now at a coat of flii.uuu two years ago;
three acres of land fronting on the Illinois Hirer in
Peoria. 111. It has been lu active operation for 1M
years: It Is now in purioct running order; overluu
men at work running It day and night: will sailor
lease for long term of years to good parties: owner
retiring cause ut sale. T. U. 110 VU. Uoora T. l?j Mad
ison-st.
TjIOU SiU.E-SU.OOO, ONE OP THE FIN
JU cst ana best-established and paying book and
nows stores In lowa, In town of K'.OUO people. Call
and see fur yourself. Ouslncs# pays over 14.ai) net
Cor year. Stock will be sold at Just what It Is worth.
<ow root and tlflobrtckMoro. Owner retiring, splen
did chance for young mao. T. U. BOYD, Uoeni 7,1? J
Madlsun-iU
TTIOU SALE—FINE DWELLING, OF-
X- flee, grounds, und a drst-class doctor's business.
In one of the richest and nicest liulo towns In Illi
nois. l,tui people, with lino farming country: prusont
doctor is rutlrmg from practice; his books and bank
account will show wbat tils profession has paid him.
Klnesi opening for a young doctor In this country. It
will be sold cheap. No oilier doctor In tho place.
I*. 11. BOYD, Uoum 7. iTU Madlson*«t.
TjUCTORY FOR SALE-. IN WILL-
A} oughby-st. Brooklyn. N. V.. with Engines.
Hollers, und Shaftings. suitable for any kind of light
or heavy manufacturing purposes. Hot iWJxiU. ono
8-ilory building, fronting on three streets. Address
W. b. I*. I’UENTICK. I’runUco Stores, Brooklyn. N.Y
*OOK SALE-ONE OF THE BEST RUN-
X? nlng grocery stores on the West Hide; large
stuck; horses, wagons, and fixtures with properly If
wanted, or long lease: cash Income SKI) per day. Call
Btb74 bomb llalstod-st.
TOOK SALE—TO'A REPUBLICAN AND
Xj a practical primer, a half Interest In tho Dally and
Weekly Tribune, Denison, Tux. Address, as above.
It. M. THOMAS. n
IjlOU SALK-FIRST-CLASS MEAT MAR
-2 ket complete. In good location. Apply at Mil,-
LUIL AHMuUIt X ObGOUD'tj.au uud 111 West Jackson.
TjIOU sale-saloon and restau-
Xj runt, including stock: 12 years’ established; long
lease: located In the centre of the city, doing a largo
business, owner having oilier business on hand: price
W.AOJ. Parties having Uio cash only nood apply. Ad
dress W in. TrtUuno oflJco.
For sale-one-tiurd interest
(oßlcu situation > In one of tho most prosperous
manufactories In Mnltnu. Orders now tilled for a
year. Investment can bo doubled In lourycars. Will
need laUMi, one-Udrd cosh, balanoo on time at 7 pur
cent, secured, 111-hoiUtlt cause of selling, Address
Box ail. Moline, ill.
MANUFACTURERS AND BUSI
JL noßs-mun.-llock Kails. 111., located atthu Junc
tion ol the C.. B. X - C. & N, W.. and U, IL, 1. X tiu
1* Hallways, Is the largest manufacturing town of Its
ago in the West, and otTers unusual advantages to
manufacturers of almost any commodity, it lias a
Unto and enduring water-power, which, when fully
developed, will support a city of UMUI Inhabitants.
Its railway facilities aru No. 1 m every respect.
Improved water-power for sale in largo or small
quantities at low figures and on easy terms. Also,
■uom ana power lu runt fur large or small business,
lu new brick building, very low.
Kvory possible encouragement Is offered to manu
facturers uud others to locate here.
SgiidU worth of unimproved water-power and land
tl be donated to imrUes Improving the same.
Address A. I’. BMITH, Hock Kalis. 111.
Helen to the management of the C., B.&Q.ILIL
Company, Chicago. Hu
PARTIES WISHING TO SELL THEIR
slues or business, wnd In your description, ns wu
Imre many customers wasting to be suited. UAH*
NEU A UUTLKH. l« La Hallo-su
CROAA WIRE BUY A FIRST-CLASS
•pe J W laundry t itoud buslnuss lor tbo right party.
Addoss No. to Bomb Uesplalnus-st.
u»s>x hotel, com
•p«g«Js\/V/V/ piutely furnished, line elevator and
everything modern. In very centre uf buslnosst It Is
(lit) bust paying bouw In Chlcagot sickness cause of
sale. If you want n No. I hotel that Is paying largely
and long lease, tall and not particulars of Hus. '1 • 11.
UOVD, Hoorn T, 17D Madlson-au •
_JJOItSESASDCAItUIAGES,
AT JOHN MITCUELI/sITw'EAST
XX Wushlugton-st.—Humus of all kinds, carriages,
buggies, and uurncss. new and second-hand. allow
prices: or will exchange. Cash advances wade.
A TJ.S. COOPER'S STAPLES, NOS. 171
XX and 170 Mlchlgan-av.. One driving, buggy, car
nage, saddle, and dratl burses. Orders soltcUud.
17IOR SALE CHEAP —iW BUSINESS
AJ and work bursost Gcheap horses, ot Ml, *ed,«U,
fiui must bo soldi have no mure work fur thorn. Ap
ply ut large bus stable, roar Id aud a) Anu-su, near
\>aablnglo».
PL, SMITH & CO., m AND JKW WA
• basb-av.. huvo the largest and tluest stock of
carriages in tint city of their own manufacture, In
cluding Unduus. which wo oifoi at low prices. Our
wore is unsurpassed in duality and ttulsn. aud for
fulr dealing wo rolor to thousands of our customer*
In Chicago. Wo have a lurao number of second-band
carriages, taken In exchange, for solo cheap. Call
and see us.
rou SALE.
FRAME BUILDINGS TO
X} move, m rear of Td Boutb llulstud-att will soil
cheap. ■ . UIUWUf* DWliillT.
Corner Waxblngtou aud Ualstuu-sts.
TOOK SALE—AT a BARGAIN—TWO
A* show coouiers at Dm Exposition building. LAT
fill AW, Hoorn 67 Iteaper Uluck.
TOOK SALE—CHEAP—A GOOD CANAL
AJ boat. Inquire Ut UUiVm * CONNELLY, IUI
South Ualsiea-»L
WAJiTBD—MALE HELP,
33O0KKXXPBR8. O&BKKS, &O.
TITANTED BOOKKEEPER IN COM
-1 A- „J 1! LV 1 0 "i*"Vi'ili Address. with references and
amount salary desired. T Ml. Tribune office.
WANTED - FOUR SALESMEN IN
TT city for teas, coffees, and spices, to families:
w"J? 2f orr town. b. M, KKNNBOY, CCO
Wont indlana-st. '
WANTED—A GOOD SALESMAN ON
. good pay. Itoferoncea. 31 ond Jl Madlson-et.
•MTANTED-A YOUNG MAN FOR OP-
T r (Ice-work In a wholesale house: most bo a good
penman and strictly accurate. X 77. Tribune pmoc.
TItADES.
*II7*ANTED—2S EXPERIENCED COAL
TV mlnorant Mlnonk.lll.i full work guaranteed:
s;.K° *
“WTANTED-A GOOD WOOD-WORKER
B.3OHKHAM* ÜBVKLIi, cor
nor Uandolph-su and Hfth-av.
WANTED-SIX GOOD BRICKLAY
TT era: wages W per day. Apply to O.WITHALU
contractor, Ottumwa. In.
WANTED-BOY WHO IS A GOOD,
jr thorough engraver and has some knowlodga
of walchwork. Apply to SAXTON A HKNUIUCK,
St. Joseph. Mo.
WANTED-T. .MACHINISTS: MEN AC
customod to sotting up machinery preferred:
Wm:sau K °Wi* AtI “ r018 U * J. MUUIIAr,
TITANTED-TWO CARRIAGE WOOD
n“i"' aim ""
WANTED-nNtSIIEIiS, AT MOORE
Uros.. 455 V\ on Mudlsun-sU
EMPIXJYMBWT AOSNOIXB*
WANTED— 100 LABORERS FOR RAIL*
road: wages (1.75 to fJ per day, free faros au for
?J 1 .7.71 l i!.M , ft ,l 5A clt .} r^wor,t *. ul s-l amp everyday.
UIKIfJIIAN A CO., in South Waior-st. and vfo
booth Canal-sU
WANTED-LA borers for C. & N.
.TV W.Co.in lowa. Wisconsin. Michigan, and l)a
--iVi.... l *'iL tf, . rj P° r af*o molclors. machinists,
hriilge-carpouters. two pile-driving foremen, eawmll,
m• u a V,V“'■.-jardnioMi, free faro. At J. 11.
11KCK .*4.iM West Handnldh-st.
W*ANTED—I,OOO AULE-UODIED MEN
TV at Now Orleans, for cotton screwing, cotton
rolling, cotton pressing, teaming, ote.t wages. tX&U to
£».(Hpor day. and ftmjdy employment: free faro fur
u) >~,. T. to . KN K '° lIT A CO., Til Bouth Canal
au. orti>» Won Igike-su
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED-MEN AND WOMEN FOR
n aQowy.genieel buslnosii. Energetic person*
can clear■ fil to £i) i>er week. Evidence proeuced at
«.*£?. , ! r «j7»P nl, ?* o, , h,n « for boy*, but paper* for
suf iViVm I f i f'coto those moaning business.
MKItItILL A to.. .*7 nod g) North Clark-at., Chicago.
■fITANTED—AN A NO. 1 TRAVELING
fy salesman with good references! must speak
German and English. and bare experience on the
road. Address ntO, Tribune office.
wANTED - OUT-DOOR SALESMAN:
paid to right party. Ad-
*ll7 ANT ED—AN EXPERIENCED AD
ii rertlslna solicitor for "write-ups." Good par.
Apply to Ituimi 17. Tribune Building.
WANTED—A BELL-BOY AT HOTEL
V V Irankfurt. Wabash-av.. corner Madlson-sU
■fITANTED—BY R.. 0. DUN & CO., THE
11 Mercantile Agency, Mllwauko, Wls.—Two men
to travel in Wisconsin ns canvassers and ropurtorsi
only c.uniKjtent and reliable mou of experience lu
the business need apply.
*\I7ANT£D—MEN OF GOOD ADDRESS
VV who are not afraid of work to soil goods by
“‘"I’lo- Uood par. Unfwronce* required. W. F.
HODHQN. .4 and .w Madlaon-st.. second floor.
WANTED—FEMALE HELP,
Domestics. . .
WANTED-AT ST, DENIS lIOTEL-A
good dining-room girl.
\irANTED - GOOD SCANDINAVIAN*
.TT , and German girls for private famlliwmid
boarding-houses at (1. DCHKE’H. ltd MllwaukoO-a».
WANTED-GEKMAN OR SWEDISH
_V V . SlJjV ,?ook Hll(1 do general worki no washing.
Cull at -U Onkwood-boulovard. near Droxol.
Laundresses.
‘TIT’ANTED—HEAD LAUNDRESS AND
T V laundry girls at Briggs Homo.
Ekplotment agencies.
'IXT'ANTED—GOOD GIRLS FOR HOUSE
TV work. Apply to us for aliuaUons and good
homos with the best families. International Employ
tnunt Buruuu. ita Wnlmsh-av., corner ilarrison-su
TIT*ANTED—TWO LAD Y COMPOSI-
V V. lor* who can come well recommended, to work
on the Denison Dally Trlbunu. an evening paper.
Address, as above. IU M. TUOMAH. t ‘ aHwr *
SITU A TIOtfS—HIA LE.
Boobeebpebs. Olebkb. &a.
SITUATION WANTED—BY A MAR
tied gentleman a years of ago. of Rood address
uud education. and who has bad ■ larva experience
In commercial enterprises, as bookoeper, cashier,
correspondent, or any position of (rust whore atten
tion to employer's Interest and integrity is required:
mo deposit cash security. Address X to, Tribune.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A RE
■poctabie youth, aged IS, having nearly 4 years’
exihirlnnco In wholesalu notion house, os stockkeep
crorsalusQißn In wholesale house, or clerk In retail
store; nut afraid of work. Address X 79. Tribune.
Employment agencies.
SITUATIONS WANTED—TOGETHER,
O by man und wife: man ns coachman, gardener,
etc.: woman undurstands general housework thor
oughly, but pruturs to do second work: no objections
to suburb* or country: genteel, A I aupeorance. lies!
references. and will work for moderate wages. Ad*
dress International Kmpluymout Bureau. US Wa*
bnsh-av.
SITUATIONS—FEMALE.
Domestics.
SITUATION WANTED-BY A YOUNG
O woman of very respectable family td do general
housework in a small family: Is a good cook, nvut and
clean: has never lived out, having been brought up
on a farm In Canada, whore shu Is at the present: can
bo soul fur as soon as a place is obtained: South SUlu
preferred. Address Til. Tribune olhee.
EMPLOYMENT BUHEAU.
INTERNATIONAL EMPLOYMENT Bu
reau—The public seem to Und this Insiltuilniv
with Its associate olllees In nil Important cities, an ac
tual necessity mid lung-felt want. This company urv
dally furnishing tho best commercial houses and In*
•HtulloDs In the Untied States wttb competent assist*
unis In all brunches of profession and industry, ani
are securing desirable situations tor throngs of yocns
men mid persons of either sex fitted by ability ana,
experience to occupy most nrumliiont positions.
We are opening otilces throughout the country, and
are desirous of being put in communication with alt
ollhuruuiof employment or desiring a change, and
panlnularly Invito employers to call uud examine our
mutimd.
heml iHistago-stamps for circular giving rates, In
structions, eln. Address Intornatiounl Employment
Bureau. att Wabash-qy.. corner Itarrlson-su
MISCELLANEO US.
ASSIGNEE’S NOTlCE—
l’ubllu notice Is hereby given, that on the 2UI»
day of August, A. D. latfl. A. Halsey Milter, of thi
City ofChieogo.County of Cook, and tUato of Illinois,
madn to me a voluntary assignment of all his estate
for the henutlt of Id* creditors, which aulguiuem. 1
was duly acknowledged and recorded in tiio Hoe
curdur's olllcu of Cook County, Illinois, on said l!Uh.
day of August, ItfSl.
All cruduoraor the said A, Halsey Miller are hero-,
by notltlod to present their claims against said estates
under oath or aUtraintlon, to me within three munU4
from this date. THOMAS BATKB, Assignee,
No. HU La Hallo-su, Chicago, lit.
Chicago, August H, I am.
A GOODRICH, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
• Duarborn-st.,Chicago. Advlco free: Llyoanr
experience. Business quietly ami lugnlly transacted.
Bed-bugs, roaches, and motu
exterminated by contract. Warranted. Oak*
ley’s Infallible Exterminator* for sale. Call ot
address A. OAKLEY ,t CO., InU Hast WasblngtoH-sU
■\TOTICK—WHEREAS MV WIFE, DK
XN bomb I'rlco, having left my boil and board with
uutjust cause or provocation. 1 herubr warn any and
all persons against harboring or trusting boron mr
Recount. TIUI.MAS l’HlCE,Nu.ll South Curtls-st*
I-blctuiii, dept. X l*H.
rpllß HUTCHINSON FURNACE AND>
X Hmnko Consuming Company Is now prepared tu
abntu lliu stimku nuisance In this city without lujur*
to bollnr uml without loss ut fuel. Wo guarantor
every appliance, mid that It will glvo entire aallsfuo-
Itun. It cun bo applied in a few hours to any boiler*
Oillce, Unity building. Uooiiu B and U TJ Dearhom-st.
G»9?: REWARD-WE WILL PAY Till!
•p«s(J above reward (or nnr case of rheumatism of
neuralgia wo cannot euro. Wo eon relievo any ous«
ol tllnlillierln or eroun Instantly. TIIOJ. K.Uardnel
Army and Nuvy l.liiliuuni will relievo puln and sore
ness nnd retoovu any unnatural growth of bone us
muscle on man or boost. Price, »l per bottle. Will
refund tuo money fur any-fallurw.
1)11. J. tf. (lAHDNEH, Mummer,
;trClrcnlnrconuinlng valuable lufurtuuUun goes
with cuoh bulllu
61 Wabash-av.. Chicago.
ISSTUUCTIOS,
"I?LOCUTION—-SAMUEL K A V Z E R,
AdJ toucher of vloouUun and dramatic art. Pall tom
begins boot 6. instrucdon private and lu classes.
UoemlH Central Muslo-Uull.
PROF. DICKSON,
* ELOCUTIONIST,
<U atonroo-it.. Chicago. Ihiplls preimred for dramatl#
readers, teachers, etc. Must successful system ol
voice culture taught. Send tor The Elocutionist, it lil>
page nmnthlr of clmlce selections.
MUSICAL,
PIANO LESSONS-ONE-UALF. THUEtt
quarter, or full hour lessons, singly, or In dux,
or two ut times, either day ore veiling, to suit the cun
veiilonce of pupils. I'upUa wayetilur at any tlmf
Chicago Athenaieut, 6U Uvurborn-at. M. HUMAUIfi
DYCK. Tcaelier.
CLAUi VO VASTS*
All recommend mrs. franks, m
West kladlsou-st.. bust adviser on lure, marriage
family, or business troubles. Keus. Ni eents to Al.
HOUSEHOLD GOODS.
rpilE EMPIRE PARLOR BEDSTEAD
X Co., Xbl and SSI West MadlK»u-»i., keep the
largest stock and make the lotfesl prices aud coxiest
I aims uu luraltaze, carpets, stove*, em.
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