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THE CITY.
PERSONAE and generai..
A. O. Parsons, U. S. N., is at tbo Palmer.
Tub Pension Agent disbursed fOTOyesterday.
.IrouK .1. Pf.arson, of Harrisburg, of tho
John F. Smith, of Freeport, 111., Is nt tho Tro
piout.
James M. Halt* of Toledo, 0., la nt tho Tro*
tmmt.
H. 1,. Humphrey, of Hudson, Wls., Is nt tbo
I'acine.
c. A. Htmn, of Sacramento, Cal., is nt tho
Palmer.
A. 11. Jupsok, of Los Angeles, Cal., Is at tho
Palmer.
.1.1). Coleman, of Fond du Lae, Wls., Is nt tho
Palmer.
.Intuit: .I. H. Dennett, of Philadelphia, is at
the Pacific.
,). Farnsworth, of Washington, I). C>, Is nt
the Sherman.
JupoeGeoiuieS. Morrison,of Now York, Is
at tho Pnelllo.
E. H. Chapman and family, of Now York, are
at tho LclamL
Mu. and Mils. F. D. PALMER, of Kansas City.
Mo., are at tho Palmer,
John F. Ckamkii, editor of tbo Milwaukee
ll’l.K'imsln, Is at tho Pacific,
Ex-Benatou Ano us Cameron, of Wisconsin,
was at iho Pacltlu yesterday.
Pilot*. C. W. SANFtmn and J. M. Hell, of Wi
nona, Minn., are ut tlio Trcmout.
H. F. Felt, of Galena, HI.. Is nt tbo Hhorman.
Pennsylvania Supremo Court, is ut tho Sherman,
At the Sub-Treasury yesterday £1:1,000 In gold
nml $7,000 In silver was disbursed. Thu sliver
receipts touted up £I,OOO.
Tilt; Internal-revenue rccclpls yesterday
niuiiuniod to £I7,SIR, of which £H),~)t was lor
spirits, #l,4sn fur cigars, 54,470 for tobacco, ami
t'jyJ for beer.
Tin: Hev. T. Do Witt Talmnge will preach Sun
day morning tn the Huv.Mr. Ivlttredge’s church,
tho Third Presbyterian. Mr. Talmnge is ut tho
Grand Paclllc.
A committer of the Bcandln Division, Knights
of Pythias, met at Hkt Washington street lust
evening to arrange for a ball to be given Get. £t
in Aurora Turn-Hall.
A. Puiipv Cooims, of tho Sandwich Islands,
F. 11. Olmstead, of .Japan, W. Mackenzie, of
Dundee, Scotland, I). Hague and H. B. Greaves,
n( London, .1. Hiuart and.l. 11. Smith, of Man
chester, England, are at tao Paclllc.
Fiiin-MAR-ntAi. Swrmr returns his thanks to
the Lyon fc I (only Hand and Drum Corps for tho
tender oflts services us an v-.oort to tbo Fite
Department on tho day of President Gurtleld's
funeral.
.Si-kcial-Aoent Doum.Aß left for Washington
yesterday ‘Mm ollielal business,” which is under*
htniuj to include tho direction of Secretary Win
dnm’s ptdlilcal attain previous to Uio canvass
lor Uio Suuutorshlp.
Tim: temperature yesterday, us observed by
Maims-e. optician, 88 Madison Htreet, Tuidunk
Jiuliding, was at Ku. m., fit degrees; Id a. m., 55;
| j m., ft*: :* p. ip., Mi 8 i>. m.« 57. Hnrometer itt
8 a. in., UIMU; 8 |i. m., UU.7O.
Patrick Anderson. who emne to this city to
1857, ami wits In business for many years as u
commission trurcltant, highly respected by all
who knew him, died Sept. 17 Inst, atHrlghtnn,
England. wbchi ho Imd gone in hope of relief
from it lingering sickness.
At yesterday afternoon ODleer Dougherty
of the day squad extinguished an Incipient tiro
on tnu rent of No. 274 South Water street. A
Jot of dry wood ana hemp matting piled against
one of the chimneys had been tired by some
children at their play. The damage Is trilling.
A uKNEi'tT nmtlnC‘o for the' Michigan roller
fond will bo given at the Central Music-Hall
litis afternoon. The tickets are ?l. and the
program an excellent one. McCullough and
i\<?enu, the Mendelssohn Club, tlalatka’s orches
tra. .sinyton’s colored Jubilee singers, and others
will take part.
'l’m: Hoard of Undowritcrs held tbclr quarter
ly meeting yesterday, tbo session being devoted
to routine business of no public interest. The
delleleuey rates for packing-houses recom
mended bv the committee who Investigated Uio
subject of tiro protceUon at the Btuek-Vnrds
were adopted.
Host", G. A. It, mot In their rooms, No. IST
Washington street, last night, to take action on
n telegram received from the Union Vutcran
Club inviting them lo go to Lafayette next
Wednesday night. The post decided to go. and
will rendezvous at the Grand Paollle Hotel
Monday night to make tbo necessary arrange
ments.
Thu Hev. Dn. Wayland Hoyt, tho eloquent
■prnnehur of Hrooklyn, N. V., Is expected to
arrive tbls morning, and will bo a guest
of J. F. Gillette, Esq.. No. 2008 Michigan
avenue. He will lead the prayer-meeting this
evening and preueft next Sunday, morning and
evening, nt tho First llaptist Church, corner
booth J'ark uvunuo und Thlrty-tlrsc street.
Tiik West Hark Hoard held mi adjourned
faceting yesterday afternoon, with all tho mem
icrs present. After the transaction of routine
business and tho reception of monthly reports,
there was a lung discussion about the Washing
ton street boulevard und its pavement. Noth
ing was done, however, and no conclusion was
arrived at except that It was decided to held
the contractor strictly up to his work and to
enforce thospcelllcatlonsof his contract. Thu
board thou adjourned until tho next regular
meeting.
Tub Carpenters ami 'Joiners’ Honovolcnt
Union, Hrnneh No. J, held a meeting last even
ing at No. 400 Milwaukee avenue, and appointed
their Secretary, Michael Miller, as a delegate to
n Joint conlenAieo of alt tbo Carpenter*’ Henevo-
Jent branches in the city and the Carpenters’
I’rotectlve Union tube held Sundayafternoon
nt No. IU2 Washington struct. The object of tho
conference is lo dismiss the propriety of funn
ing a combination und uniting under u general
benevolent union.
Tun services In Fnrwcll Hall Sunday, under
tho misuiccs of tbo Chicago Hvangellstlo Com
mittee, promise to be of special interest.
Messrs, whittle and MeUrnnahan will conduct a
Gospel service at 4 o’olook—tholr lint meeting.
The Uov. Du WitlO. Tultmige, of lirooklyn, will
picuch in tho evening to young men only. 'Dio
Admission wdl be by ticket, whloh mav no bad
>n application at tho ollluu of tho Young Men's
'Chrintiim Association. Tho seats will no held
Jor ticket-holders until 7:1X1 o’clock, and alter
Unit hour tho doors will bo open lo young men
without tickets.
Auk ladymiumgors of tho Chicago Kxcbnngo
lorWomun’s Work failed to assemble in soil)-
Jleut numbers yesterday morning at their reg
ular monthly meeting, and a quorum was not
obtained. Thu eillclent work of tins worthy in
emotion still goes steadily on, and every month
shows a wider spread of Its inlluonco in render
ing aid to the largo elassuf women wbo have no
other means of support. An embroidery class
has been recently lormud, and Us work bus
proved most HuilnrHciorv, while tho department
of stamping upon elolii for fancy embroidery
bus proved quite a lucrative undertaking. The
total amount of cash sales during tho oust
mouth was about BWW.
Tin: Cigar Manufacturers* Association mot at
Klara's Hull yesterday, Jehu Lussem presiding.
Jt was decided to Inuornoraio the association m
order to consummate tho plan of securing a re
duction of tho tux on cigars. It was reported
that Congressmen Aldrich and Davis had been
conferred with, and hud promised to give tho
janitor tholr serious attention at the next ses
sion. The vlgarmakers desire that tbo tax bo
reduced from ft) to $5 per thousand. A commit
tee was appointed to correspond with other as
sociations in this Htuto for too purpose of secur
ing tho solid titnte representation In favor of tliu
measure. A committee was also unpointed to
prepare memorials and petitions to lay before
Congress.
Tim ttfteonth annual Isyuod of tho Hcformod
Herman Church of tho united States convened
yesterday morning at the First Oormuil Ho
formed Church. Tho work of the ’morning
ficsslon was principally that of organization and
too election of ollieers for the ensuing year.
The Itev. Hr. Mnehlweiur was elcelcu President,
J. O. Juuott Corresponding Secretary, and J. H.
Terborg Treasurer. Delegates were present
i rum Ohio, Indiana, WloeousHi, Mlmiesntu, lowa.
Jvcutueky, Nebraska, uud Maryland. Tho dully
sessions will be from Uto lldk) a. m. and from
e;!id to ft p. m. Hupons of different boards were
beard at tho afternoon session. One of tho
principal questions lur the synod to double Is
-thul of dividing Into tho Ohio uud Northwest
Jiyiiods.
A unique: Jug-breaking social was held at tho
tCcntemual Jiuptlst Church, corner of Lincoln
and Jackson streets, lust evening, and was well
mtemied. U seems that Inst spring about
seveuty.ilvo minimum Jugs, entirely closed ex
cept a small aperture to insert coin, were dis
tributed among us many families,lobe used as
usimeles of church savings-banks on u small
scale, uud last evening the loud of pottery was
brought Hi aud broken open, and the
contents counted Hi tho presence of tho
audience. Each Utile Jug bore tho legend:
"Carpet Fund of the Centennial Hapttst
Church; Jug-Urouklng Hoalul held by the La
dies’Aid Hoeiety: I'leaso return tilled." One
of tho Deacons dcltly wielded a hammer In
knocking out the bottoms of tho Jugs, and a
bushei-kuskct of pennies resulted, amounting
to nearly *luo. it was a uow uud highly suc
cessful affair.
Tun regular monthly meeting of tho Nursery
nud HuH-Urphuti Asylum was hold Tuesday,
Oct. I, Mrs. W. C. Uondy Hi thechuir. Tho Trees
tirerreiKirtedtho fullowlug cash duuutions lor
Ju y: Mrs, Luelen Tilton, fox Mr. C. ii. King,
Mr. «. Johnson, lift; Mr. William
Bprugue. flO: Mandul Hros., *5; Mr. Ueurgo
Lmltb, *ftO. For August: Mr. C. 11, Furwull. iftu:
> r. Cyrus Adams, CIU; Mrs. 11. Adams. *5; Mr.
Victor Lawson. |ft; Mr. T. It. Walsh, JM; Mr. H.
JH. Ayres, lift; Mr. Hardy, »ft; Mrs. Hellas, #J.6O;
Irs. Webster, Sft; Chleugo Carpet Company, sft:
Irs. Hobins, tJ, Mr. Uuuk, W: a friend, SIX.
>ur Beptembers Mr. Abram Poole. IftO: Charles
Howe. £W: Mrs. Nickerson, *ls; Mr. 1). U. Mu
gruda, 910; Mr. Charles P.KeUog & Co., |ftO:
H. W. King Sc Co., |W; Hnrmon & Mcrrinm, $10;
Hatch Sc Holbrooke, t-M; Mr. Holies. S-: Mr.
Peacock, f 2: Mrs. Tucker, $10; Mr. 0. Cowan,
£»; and Miss Kurlbut. £J. Tlio asylum Is stilt lit
need or money, nml tho frond work It has done
ami is doing entitles It to tho generous consider*
niton of a charitable public.
FOIUJKIt AMI IIRADRRAT.
A reporter called yesterday afternoon at tho
tailoring establishment of Edward Ely Sc Co, to
thnl out what was known there about the man
George A. Critcndon, who forged tho name of
his employers, A. N. Marquis & Co., a Cincinnati
publishing linn, to a cheek for 92, w0. it appears
that CrUeiidon has been patronizing Mr. Ely's
establishment for some time past, always giving
parte blnncho In ordering his wearing apparel.
When be first wont thorn ho gave tho name of
George A. Crlteiidou, and represented himself
ns a traveling correspondent for tho New York
/fcrrdil—tho usual dodge. At one time he gave
a cncck for |I,(JUO In payment for some clothes,
asking the cashier to cash It for him
and hand him tho balance, which was
done. About throe months ago ho disappeared.
On tho :kl of September Ely & Co. received a let*
ter from him dated Minneapolis. Inclosing a
chock for 9-. OM, signed by A. N. Marquis <t L'o.,
nml stating that ho wanted a heavvsult made,
nnd would call for It and bis balance personalty
within n tew days. Ho appeared hero Kept. lU,
received his suit, and ordered another mm. lu
the meantime the chock hurt been presented nt
tho First National Hank nnd cashed, um) Criton*
don was given his balance. When he came here
Sept. ID ho still played tho character of the
newspaper correspondent. Ho told the story
that ho had been delayed In Minneapolis waiting
for tbo balloon ascension, and had grown quite
seedy—'ii term which Is said to pretty accu
rately describe bis personal appearance. lie was
about tho city until his second suitor clothes
was made for him, and then he disappeared.
The check was sent to tho First National Hank
of Cincinnati, wont through tho clearing-house
thereto the Fourth National Hank, nml tho
forgery was discovered when Mr. Marquis was
settling with the bank.
Tho Chicago Academy of Homeopathic Physi
cians nml Burgeons mot at tho Trcmout House
Inst evening. Dr. ,1. B. Mitchell In tho chair.
" Tho Diseases of Children" was tho subject for
discussion, which was participated In by l)rs.
Dnnean, Tooker, Foster, Milts, and Hr. Keener,
President of tho Btnte Association. A wide lati
tude was allowed, and tbo question of artificial
fond for children really received more atten
tion than tho subject announced. Heef-ten was
roundly condemned ns an article of food In
bowel troubles, and mutton broth um) rice water
were spoken of ns fur preferable. Ah to tho use
of patent food for Infants (bore was a wide dif
ference of opinion, arising from tho varied expe
riences In their use.
During tbo meeting (bo Initiatory steps were
taken toward Incorporating tbo Btnte society
under tho Btate law. to lie known ns tho Illinois
Homeopathic Medical Association, and tho nec
essary papers were signed, tlio Hoard of Direct
ors being composed of tho officers of tbo Btnte
Association.
Thu question of being represented on tbo
Medical Heard of tbo County Hospital also camo
up, and Hrs. Mitchell, Foster. Tooker, Adams of
Hyde Park, mid Klppnx were appointed to meet
the County Hoard and urge tlio claims of iho
school to recognition, ami after adjournment a
petition ending upon tho county authorities to
give them control of a portion of the Hospital,
nnd allow them to hold clinics therein, was cir
culated and signed.
Henry Cells, the son of a saloonkeeper at the
corner of Carpenter street and Milwaukee ave
nue, is lying at his home In a precarious condi
tion, tbo result of injuries about thu head re
ceived In a brawl in Charles Hasturlik’s sa
loon. No.JtttlMllwuukeouvcmie. Huwusdrlnklng
freely In thu saloon Wednesday night, and had
sumo dispute with Ilasterllk and bis bartender,
llornmn Grnbo, about payment fur drinks or
change, and cither with or without cause was
roughly handled by them and struck several
times on tbo head with a baton. Gclls
claims that the attack was mali
cious, and that the saloonkeeper
seemed to bear him some grudge. His assail
ants were arrested by Olllccrs Lender and
Hllxseih, and were yesterday hold by Justice
Walsh In SSOO ball to the 15th. They claim that
Gulls seemed spoiling for a tight, and that ho
wns Injured nut by blows which they Indicted,
hut by falling against u post. Lulu last
nlaht the Injured young man was doing tint
poorly. A portion oi his left side was paralyzed,
and he appeared to bo sutferlng from n severe
concussion of the brain. The physician who was
in attendance wns unable to say bow tbo easu
would result, but had strong hopes of his sur
viving tbo shuck. i
a DANnr.noim you.no man.
Hermann Sellgman, a youthful and hump
backed bartender employed at a saloon kept
by a man named Shaelfer at the southwest cor
ner of Fourth avenue and Harrison street, bad
some trouble yesterday morning in tho
saloon with n colored man. Ho chased
tbo fellow out of the place, and
as (ho latter Hod threw at him a piece of u brick
picked up from tho gutter. Tbo missile missed
the man and struck an 8-munllis old child,widen
was being carried by In tho arms of its mother,
Mrs. dames Lomax, the wife of tho well-known
pup-maker. Thu little one’s nose und taco were
bimly dlsllgnrcd, but the frontal bonus were not
fractured, und there are hopes of recovery.
Sellgman was arrested and taken to tbo armory,
where ho whs afterwards admitted to hall.
Tho young man scums to tmvo a
painful tendency to commit serious
blunders such as that of yesterday. Only a few
weeks ago ho picked up a revolver lying behind
tho bar, and while snapping it at some colored
men who woro wrestling rather boisterously
about tho tloor managed to shoot a man named
Hlchard Johnson over the right oyo. Tbo wound
was not serious. Johnson refused to prosecute,
and Sellgman wns discharged.
HT. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHUUCII.
Tho solemn dedication of Hu John's Cntbollo
Church, nt tho corner of Clark ami eighteenth
atruets, occurred hist Sunday, owl, dtsplto the
fad that the weather was exceedingly unpru
pltious for such an occasion, the dedication cer
emonies wore witnessed by a congregation that
fairly packed tho vast auditorium, lludtho
weiuhor-rcgnlotor smiled propitiously on this
occasion there is no doubt that Chicago would
have witnessed tho largest and grandest street
parade that has occurred here for years. In
order to carry ant tho original program, tho
County Delegate of tho A. lu, -Sir. M, \V.
Itynn, and tho (irand Marshal. John O. Farrell,
ropiest all tho societies that intended to parade
last Hnnday to meet at the same appointed place
and time next Sunday, nt tho corner of Adams
and Desplaiues streets. From theneo they will
proceed in their respective order to tho church,
where solemn high mass will bo celebrated and a
sermon preached by tho rising young orator, tho
Itcv. John Waldron Jr. Thu music will be under
tho management us col. M. Sciihmdeekor.
A DKSPBIIATU FIGHT.
I.co Luchlnskl's saloon, Xu. ISE! Milwaukee
avenue, was tho scone, at 11 ;:i0 yesterday
forenoon, of a desperate light between
Ernst Duhrkop, a carpenter, id years of age. wbo
tmsbeen employed all summer at tbo (invent
taunt pier. Krnst Leonard and bis brother lieu
hen, and Herman Kiilalor.U* years. Tin* quar
rol began about tbo various kinds of soldiers
which Ulironmt portions of Fatherland produce.
Duhrkop. who is not lung from tho old country,
became exulted and drew a revolver, but tho sa
loonkeeper look it from him. Tho tight
was recommenced, and Iho Leonard brothers
fell upon tbo weaponless Duhrkop and beat him
cruelly. Tbo elder brother, Krnst, used a seltzer
bottle over tho pour fellow's head until lie broko
It. Dr. O. W. iteynuhiH, who attended tho in
jured man, dressed nine severe sculp wounds,
which be considered serious. Duhrkop was
taken to the County Hospital, but later In tbo
day was seen heading fur tho depot to culch an
outgoing train for Hi. Louis. His assailants
were arrested, Imt Duhrkop In all probability
Will not bo found ready to prosecute.
Tin: iiuhobss coups.
Tbo Albany Ilurgess Corps will arrive in tbo
cltv this morning. Tho Mayor having been In
vited to Join them In a dinner at tlio Palmer
House that day, bo wilt meet ilium at tho depot
and escort thorn thither. Company 11. Hlxtli
Keglment Infantry. I. N. ()., under Capt. (Jourgo
W. Taylor, will act ns tbo Mayor's escort. They
will proceed to tho City-Hall at H o’clock In tho
morning, with tho regimental bund and drum
corps, mid escort tho Mayor to tbo depot, and
thence in the Palmer House. Thu First ilegl
inoiit will net ns escort proper to tho ilurgess
Corps whllo they are In tho elty. They will see
tho elty In carriages this ultenmon. In tho
evening they will be tendered a reception by
the First Uegiment, and on Hatnrday will give a
dross parade on tho ’Luko-Front. Hatnrday
night luov will go to hu Louis, and on their way
homo visit Cincinnati and Cleveland,
NISATLY UAUUtIT,
Oeorgo H. Heynolds and Fred Murray, profes
sloiml shoplifters, made u visit yesterday after
noon to Hudohih Horn’s imrdwaro store, No, 00
West Hundulpu street, mid, whllu looking over
Homo cutlery uud nt tho same time giving the
proprietor u "aamo of talk," managed to shop
lift several packages of scissors. A small buy,
who observed these thefts, quietly slipped out or
the store unnoticed, and, making his way to llio
nearest drug-store, telephoned tho police ut tuo
West Madison fctiroet Htutlou. Thu jmillco patrol
wagon was promptly driven to Mr. Horn’s store,
and before tho thlovcs were aware of what was
mi they were in tho hands of several stalwart
policemen, who were searching them lur tbu
plunder they bud sucrotud Hi their clothing.
TUB CITY-IIADD.
Thkur wore thirty deaths reported In the city
yesterday.
Thk Hoard of Trustees of tho Flro and Police
men's Heneilt Fund will meet tomorrow after
noon In tho Controller’s office, when a full at
tendance is urgently requested.
Thruk was ouo death from small-pox yester
day. It occurred at No. le Currier street. New
cases wore reported from No. H'J Harhur, No. Ik)
Nutt, aud No. iftsi West Indiana si reel. Heurlut
fever was reported from No. Uarlbuldl
street.
lluiLOixn permits wore issued yesterday us
fulluws: Albert Crane, two une-stury collage*,
A) by JJ feet each, Emerald avenue, near Thirty
lonrtU struct, to cost tl.'Juicmih; A. (loss, two
three-story dwellings, hi by US feet. Nos. aud
~U wUmotuvemie, locust <U,uu; T. C. Morgan,
one-story cottage, UU by Ut feet, Hawthorne,
nearClybuurn avenue, toeoKt fl,w)0: H. Ander
sen, two-story dwelling. Ut by hi leut, Centro,
near Hoisted street, to cost Sft.bUU; E. Hior
duo, oue-sivry cultuge. s» by id lout. NUuu.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE:' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1881
near Taylor street, to cost |I,IOUS J. 0. Davis,
two-story barn, til by ill feet, No. 705 West
Adams street, to cost $ 1,000.
Mu. Ciirstrh Gurney, the gentleman In
charge of tho HailKTs 1 and Police court accounts
In tho Controller’s nttlne, has made a thorough
nnd careful examination of tho HnlUffs' no*
counts, which shows that thorn Is uncollected, on
executions from Police Courts a total of 91*>,41T.
Of this, HallKT Flynn, of the South Bide Court,
has executions in ids hands mmiuntlng to
sii,iMd.iVi. which have not yet been returned or
accounted tor. Whalen, of tho West Bide, has
made n lull accounting of nlltho executions in
his hands, and lie failed to collect f4,tma.rio. (Ic
ims turned over his papers to date, llcllor, of
tho West Bide, who Is also clear to date, shows a
failure to collect .but fI.&MM. Polo Ilansbrough
has executions In bis hands amounting to
which Is mi exceedingly large amount for tho
North Hide, nnd ho. Hue Flynn, should bo com*
polled to give an accounting at once.
"It shows that there ain't much money In
being In tho Connell," said Aid. Frank Lawler
yesterday afternoon to a Tin hunk reporter In
the Mayor's oillce. Ho hud come in with Aid.
Appleton, another saliKmkueper.from theHeeond
Ward. •* I hud a call this morning," continued
Lawler,'" from your Sheriff. He's a good He*
publican. Hu read some bits of paper to mu. I
Just said to him, * Here's my place, you cap take
ft If you like.' lie didn't levy on It. however, t
have helped many a poor devil, and If those fcl*
lows to whom l advanced tho llrst month's
salary after 1 got them a place, and those fellows
against whom I have cards for borrowed money
and beer bills will only come In and settle.
Frank Lawler will have enough topnv his debts
nnd 9l,:ftM besides, I tell you tho lotofapnll*
tieluu, if he's a little free-hearted, is not
an easy one. Inin a pretty badly-abused man:
but do me this Justice—say I never let a poor,
hungry devil pass my door nnd not feed him, If
I know ho was hungry, Hetween you and me. I
wish there was more money In being In (he
Connell than there is.” Am) tho Alderman
heaved an exceedingly sad sigh.
Tho Finance Committee met yesterday after
noon. with Aid. Hurluv In the chair, and all tho
emninltteu present except Aid. Dean. Thu con
sideration of tho Mayor’s ordinance, which vir
tually provides fur taking the control of tho
Water Department out of (bo hands of Commis
sioner Waller and placing It under Iho
control of Gon. Unit, was takeu up. There was
but lltilo discussion upon tho subject, for Aid.
Hurley Introduced an ordinance us a substitute,
which, If adopted, will boof bonolU to tbo peo
ple, and du nwny entirely with Gen. I.leb or any
other Biiperlntondent of tho Water Department.
Tho ordinance proposes that (ho collections of
wuior rates shall tie placed entirely in the bauds
of (ho City Collector, who shall make dully re
turns and reports of tbo receipts taken in. Thu
Assessment Department is to remain under ami
In full control of tho Commissioner of Public
Works, who is to ho held responsible for Its man
agement, tho oillce of Superintendent of Water
being abolished.
Ain. Hurley Insisted that this ordinance would
prevent such controversies ns bad recently
arisen, and plaeo tho collection where it be
longed. in tbo bonds of tho Finance Department
of tho city.
Aid. Phelps also favored it, nnd said that ho
would stand by Mr. Waller. Tins wits Aid. Hur
ley's view. Aid. Cullerton was not ready to ex
press himself on tho matter, and it was decided
to report tbo ordinance to the Council, and rec
ommend that It be published.
THIS COUNTY-BUIXiDING.
Tin: engineer nt tbo new Court-House says
that ho will have tbo new pump working bv
Monday, and thereafter the elevator accommo
dations will be ample.
Mu. I'n,kins yesterday succeeded in collect
ing enough from tbo Cleveland excursionists to
make good the ?st7.sodruwn from the coffers of
the county to pay their expenses, and will to
day turn the amount over to the County Treas
urer. This wilt* bo the lust of tho ulfulr, it is
hoped.
Tim Public Library has donated 212 volumes
to the Cook County Hospital, and yesterday
tho Hospital Committee ordered the purchase
of six bookcases, to cost sl2 each. In which to
keep them. One of tho eases will bo placed In
cacti ward, and further donations will thereafter
ho In order.
A coi.oiikd man named Horace Jackson was
sent to tho hospital some days ago and bassinet)
died. His friends are fearful that be was “ taken
utr" for the bcneilt of medical science, and yes
terday Warden Mills Hits naked to investigate
and report (ho facts in reference to bis treat
ment and death.
Deputy-Shkhiit Stacby started yesterday
afternoon Tor tho country homo of “Farmer
Harms, beat upon attaching enough of his
worldly goods to satisfy a Judgment against him
forfluU. It has been suggested that It might
have been welt for Mr. Stacey to have also taken
along some of tho executions on forfeited bonds
which have been pending againattho “Farmer”
fur some time.
Tins Committee on I’ubllo Charities and tho
County Attorney are to meet the authorities of
tno Northwestern Uallroad Company this morn
ing to talk over the mutter of the company lay
ing tracks from Jefferson to tbo Four-1 louse and
Insane Asylum. The committee was given au
thority In tho matter at tho board meeting Mon
day, and are of tho opinion that they will buublo
to secure tbo right of way at very little coat.
iK the County Court yesterday Mrs. Lucy J.
Soper, Louise K. Urr, Hrldget Kelly, and an un
known man were found to bo Insanu. Tho three
llrst named will be looked after bv their friends,
and tho latter will lie a charge upon tho county.
The petitions In tho following eases, all old,
were dismissed: William Troluvnn, JohnO’Hnm,
Stephen itltehlo, Meta Witt, Chris Stoldt, Nellie
Sheridan, Katu Van Wuverdnii, Louis Moses,
Anna M. Wondtland, Ellon Higgins, Joseph
Koruvok, Erall Moeller, and John Tobin.
Tut: Committee on I’ubllo Charities yostord ay
discovered what tho " snoeial order r> of sumo
days ago of tho Warden of the I’oor-Uouso far
supplies, such us oysters, lamb, celery, beef
tongues, ole., amounting to $1(1, meant,
and disallowed tbo lillf for tbo same.
Homo, of tho Commissioners, It appears, had a
Jittlo dinner-parly out there, ami. to keep tbo
memory of tbo Cleveland trip alive, invited a
lot of "county olllcinlfl" to feed with them.
The bill fur carriage biro baa not yet been pre
sented.
Tun Committee on Town and Town Accounts
was In session yesterday, and spent their time in
going over a lot of old bills for outdoor relief.
One was In favor of Mr. Finley, of Hyde Park,
fur so.’»4, and another In favor of Mr. Eigleman,
of the same place, for SSOO. Tho former was al
lowed mid tbo latter S4OO, and they agreed
to accept the amount and sipiaro accounts. An
other bdl considered was one In favor of W. H.
Hutir, of Kvansum, for s£.*o, which was a novelty
in its way. Mr. Huhr acknowledged that ho hud
made up tho items from bis recollection months
afterward, and it was charged that ho hud
" raised " some of tho Supervisor's orders, which
had been his authority fur delivering tho goods,
liut tho bill was allowed, all tbo same.
JUKI, iIKNUY WU1.104 AGAIN.
Homo days ago It was noted that Jool Henry
'Wells, who escaped from tho Insane asylum at
Elgin nearly a year ago. had been bolero tho
Committee on public Charities, asking that ho
bo allowed logo to Jellerson and remain until
bo could aeeuro a discharge and a eertiticato to
tho uireut that no was of sound mind. Tho com
nililuo had no power In the umttnr, but volun
teered towrlto to Dr. Kllbourno ul HI gin mid
request that tho transfer be made. They did so,
and yesterday wore in receipt of tho following
reply:
Kuhn. Oct. 3, IBBL—Dbau But: In response
toyour eonimunlcatlon of roeent ditto 1 have to
inlorm you that Mr. Joel Henry Wella bus not
been in our custody nor an inmate of this insti
tution since December, isso. His name bus not
been borne upon ourroils lor months past. Very
respoetlully, K. A. Kimiouu.vk,
biiperintuaduiil.
Tho response Is anything olsu than satisfacto
ry, but It will nevertheless satisfy Mr. Weils,
who has been afraid the Doctor was after him,
which It appears Is not tho ease. Joel Henry Is
In tho eilv. and Is trying ta earn an honest liv
ing by suliiug photographs of tbo latu President.
TUB LAST OF TUB TAX HAUB.
The County Collector llnlshed tho tux snio yes
terday afternoon. Tuo Bale Ims from tlio itrsc
Ih-cii u remarkable one, from tuo small amount
of properly offered fur sulo anil ttiu eagerness
with wbleh tho buyers grubbed everything of*
fered. Thu nueiloneor said yesterday be be*
llevod that If tbu urlb hud been advertised ho
could baveuold It fur a lurgu tux. Tburu is much
disappointment among tbu tux-buyers at not
getting an opportunity to invest more of tbulr
money. As It was, almost any onu
of ilium could Imvu handled tbu en
tire delinquent list. Several of thorn now
talk of going out of the business. About the
time of closing the sale yesterday a lady who
happened Into the Treasurer's oineo, hearing the
loud cries of "hiunley.clalni," " tinge, undivided
nine-tenths." "Carbine. one-thousandth,"
" Hubbard, une-mllllonth," “ Hamilton,east one
half Inch of tho lot." "Matey pays,” and n
broken chorus of tho "Hweot Hy-aml-lly,”
Innocently asked a bystander If that was the
place where tho Insane eases were tried.
ACCIDENTS.
THR USUAL LIST OV CASUALTIES.
Henry UUrlek, a stone-cutter about ID years of
age, residing ut No. t&ft Hubbard street, was al
most Instantly killed at about noon yesterday at
Uoldeuwock &;iloiinu's slono-yard, ut tho corner
of Harrison street aud Fifth avenue, by being
crushed by a falling stoao which was being
hulstud with a derrick. Tho body was removed
to tho Morgue, where tho Coroner held uu In
quest, and found that death was caused by acci
dent.
John Eldrldgo, a laboring man working at
South Cbleogo, was found drowned lu tho river
nt tho point yesterday. Tho Coroner will In
vestigate today. Thu case Is supposed to bo ouo
Of HCUIUUUI.
Low Hoblnsou, SI yours old, umptoyud aso
switchman on tbu Pan-Handle Uultruad, while
engaged curly 'yesterday morning in euuplmg
ears near, the earner of Klnzlo and Hoynu
streets, stumbled Into a hole ulnmrslue tho rails
uud hau hi* lett lout badly crushed by a passing
car. Ho was taken by tho police patrol to his
boarding-house ut No. 70s West laiku Kraut.
Uy tbu breaking of a tackle with whleu work
men were engaged at 11 o'clock yesterday fore
noon lu hoisting bimlMr Ui tb« ton of lhanap
barns tn process of erection nt the corner of In
diana am) Leavitt streets Angus Mclntyre, otto
of tho workmen, was severely cut •u’d bruised
by planks falling on his head, nnd at tbo same
tunc foil to tbo lloor below, breaking bin left
tinkle nnd wrist. Dr. Skoor, whonllendod. thinks
ho will recover In time, ami had him conveyed
to tho County Hospital. Mclntyre Is 40 years
old. and lives with his family .at No. 278 North
Market street.
TUB POWER OP PRAYED.
PR. TAI.MAOC UKI.ATRft HOUR tmtIKINCI IN-
STANCES.
At tho noonday prnyor-mccting nt Fanvolt
Hall yesterday thoro was an Interesting discus
sion, and withal a very unexpected one. After
tho program hud been carried out nsnnnouncod,
Mnj. Whittle delivering a timely discourse on
tho "Penalty of Bln," and tho congregation had
prepared to disperse. It was discovered Dint tho
Itev. T. Du Witt Talmnge, of Hrooklyn, was lit
tho audience. Tho congregation needed no sec
ond Invitation to resume tholr scats ns tho
Hrooklvn divine, by request of MaJ. Whittle,
stepped upon the platform. Thu reverend gen
tleman spoke fur nearly half an hour. Ho was
very glad, he said, to be able to be present at tho
meeting, and while ho had listened to tho words
spoken by Mr. Whittle ho had felt the moro
Impressed with (ho fact that thoro
was more usefulness In sympathy
with God nud man than tboro was
In tho pulpit delivery of groat sermons. Ho
demotion did not come horizontally; It camo
perpendicularly, nnd from tho throne of God.
He told of n family, Iho father of which had
Just commenced seeking for tho I.ord, who be
came ho overwhelmed with tho knowledge that
Christ had at last com* to tholr little homo that
not one of them could articulate a word of
prayer, mid they one nnd all fell upon Iho Hour
nnd cried in tholr thanksgiving nnd gratitude to
God. Hut tho Lord hoard tholr silence, ami
every tear brought its blessing. He told of a
little gathering of aged men In Hrooklyn who
shut themselves up for an hour of communion
and prayer with God. Hut, llkotho family over
whelmed with tholr new Joy, those aged men
failed also In tholr utterances of prayer, nnd
only tho cries of a heart overcharged with
Its weight of offering ascended to tho
throno of God. Dally this iittlo band ot wor
shipers camo together, their meetings being
lucked within tholr own breasts. And, praying
thus In secret, what wa» to result of tbolr silent
effort'/ Tbo following Sunday at his church In
Hrooklyn Dr. Tultnugo stepped down to tho lloor
and asked that all who wanted prayer would
rise to their feet: nnd 400 persons in that assem
blage stood up—tho fruits ho believes of that
week of unknown supplication and appeal to
God.
•• 1 have, and with Just cause," conthmod tho
speaker, "become a fanatic on tho subject or
prayer. 1 believe tlmt God will vivo us what wo
pray for. or Mo will give us something bettor.
In Now York 1 know of u man. one of tlio prom
inent residents of tbo Htnte—slionld 1 tnenilon
bis name yon would all know him—'whoso son
bud left bis homo. Tbo family wore bowed with
grief, and tho father came to our mooting ami
asked us to pray that bis eon might bo
brought buck to bis homo nimin. Wo
knelt In prayer, and tho following day
that fatbor revolved a dispatch from his son at
Omaha asking If he might once more bo re
ceived at the homo widen ho bad left. Ami, cal
culating (ho difference of time between Omaha
and llronklyn, the repentant sou was in tbo
telegraph oillco at Omaha sending his message
homo nt tho very hour that wo were kneeling
and supplicating In prayer. Tbo following aim
day 1 related this incident In inyohnrob, and
one of tho oldcra arose, and with tears In his
eyes asked our prayers that Ida runaway boy
might bo Induced to return. Wo prayed for the
boy, and when a week had gone by tho father
cmnotn me, and with Joy and thanksgiving
showed me a loiter from his son—‘would they
let him come back again?' And that loiter,
again calculating dilforoneos in time, was writ
ten in San Francisco us we were praying for tbo
boy thousands of miles away lu llrooklyn.
••And a few days later n business man enmo
to me, pale as death; his bod hud suddenly left
his homo, leaving a note behind explaining
that ho would never muro return. Again wo
knelt lu prayer. That night I wont down to that
father's house. As I knocked tho door dew
open, and tho hopeful father stood there wait
ing to welcome the wayward son. ‘Has ho
como?’ * No.' At It o’clock I called again. Tho
light was burning Its welcome, and tho door
again Hew open. ‘ Hus he come?' ‘ Xo,’ And
tbo fnthorspoko with a heart that had lost Its
hopefulness. I spoke to him words of comfort
and cheer. ‘ Your son will surely cmno; bo
must como back.’ Early on tho following day
that father came to mu, but from tbo now light
aud tho Joy In bis oyo 1 did not need to bo told
that tbo prodigal was returned. The boy had
started out to sea. but our prayers were heard,
and at ilarlcm tho lad turned back. 110 reached
bis homo at midnight, and at tho open door
cried: * Father, do you want mo to como homo?'
•‘ With tbtLSO Instances of answered prayer
tiofore mo.’' concluded tho speaker, “ can It bo
wondered nt tlmt I am o fanatic on tbo subject
of prayer?'*
As tho Doctor was about to dismiss tbo meet
ing with a benediction, a gentleman In tho midl
ouco arose and with much agitation requested
prayer for tho return of bis dissipated brother,
who had left his homo and broken-hearted
mother twelve days ago. Every bead in tho
audience was bowed as tbo petition went up for
tho return of that wayward son and brother.
MESIOniAIi HALT,.
IT WII.I. NOT UE OPENED .JUST VET.
“Is tho Memorial Hull to bo opened on tbo
Otb?" said uTutnUNB reporter to James Luuo
Allen yesterday.
••No." ho replied.
"What Is tho matter?"
•• Inaction."
"Is tbo project dead?”
"Id tho language of another on an occasion
quite different,' tibo la not doud, but slocpotb.' ”
“ Is anything being done toward tbo oruutloa
of tho building?"
“ 1 have niudo up my mind that tbo Memorial
Association dues not propose to do that for
which It was organized—cover a Hold which was
open to It. I cannot say that tbo association
has abandoned tbo project, but a meeting was
called for tbo purpose of getting mi expression
ns to tbo work to bo accomplished, and nonu of
tbo members reported, Homo of thorn bavo
Bfneo given thoir excuses. X think, however. If
tbo people of Chicago felt as they ought to feel
rmrardlng not only tho properly but tbo absolute
necessity of maintaining tbo honor of tbo
city, tboy would not give excuses. It Chicago
proposes to erect a Memorial Hall to show her
gratitude for tbo world's charity, no good citi
zen ought to bo Idle. 1 believe tho association,
for n reason 1 do not enre to atutu, Is not going
to do tho work It undertook, and 1 propose to go
back to my brlglnal plan of creeling simply a
building tor tho I’utilio Library, lain forced
Into this position not only because of my sense
of duty, but bcanuso tho Library Hoard bavo
urged mo to do something: and, as Chairman of
tho Committee on Future Library Uulldiinr. It Is
Incumbent upon mo to take somo action If tbo
Memorial Association will not. 1 propose to
present to tbo hoard Saturday a plan by
which tbo Hold Hull was open to tbo
association shall bo occupied bv tho Library
Hoard. I. have no doubt that tbo people of this
city are ready and willing to contrlhuto fur tho
purpose, and I am not content to let tbo matter
rest without affording thorn an opportunity to
do It. None of the books have been presented
to them, and they do not know now wberoto
send money."
Mr. Allen was confident that funds for tbo
erection of tbo building could bo procured by
voluntary contributions, saving, however, If
that plan fulled, taxation might bo resorted to.
MASONIC,
CHUNK I.ODnU.
Tbo Grand Lodge of Masons Hiilshod up tbolr
business yesterday morning by Installing tbo
imwiy-oleelod ulllccrs, I*. Cl. M. Cregler acting us
Grand Master, and I*. 0. M. Uobblns as Grand
Mumbai. Tbo Committee onJnrlsprudoiicosuli
mitted a report olllrtnlng tbo position of tbo
Grand Lodge on tbo subject of Grand Lodge
sovereignty, and it was concurred lu.
EABTUUN HTAH.
Tho Grand Chapter, Order of Iho Eastern Btar,
of Illinois, met again yesterday morning- lu
Pleiades Hull, cm Buuth Ilalsied street. Hubert
Van Vnlzub, Associate Ummi Patron of Indlmm
and runt Grand Minder of tho Grand Lodge A. F.
6i A. M. of that Butte, was present us a visitor.
After tho election of olhccrs, Mrs. Lorulno J.
Pitkin, tho Most Worthy Grand Matron of tho
General Grand Chapter. Installed tho following
olllcurss Worthy Grand Matron, Jeannette W.
Ashley. Kownnoo; Worthy Grand Patron. Alon
zo Katun, Chicago; Assistant Grand Matron,
Aim. Jane F, Cozens, Ituokford; Assistant Grand
i’atron, John K Dickinson, Erie; W, G.Hco., Miss
Lizzie Mulfonl, Muttoan: W. U. Trims., Mrs.
Jaiura N. Young, UprttitfUctd; W. G. C.,
Mrs. Maggie Gnsklll, Chicago; A. 0. C., Mrs.
XaldnM. Elton, Chicago; Grand Adah, Mrs.
Cross, Wyoming; Grand Ituth, Mrs. I*. A.
Johnston, Lincoln; Grand Esther, Mrs. Gull
fnrd, Mnltooii! Grand Marihu, Mrs. Lydia 12.
Ilmchklss, Prophetstawn; Grand Electa, Sirs.
IDldreth; Grand Chaplain. J. A. McConnell,.
Millford: Grand Lecturers, Mrs. Mahon.'Wino
na, and Airs. Ueree, Assumption; Grand Wurdor,
Mrs. Marian A. Mann, Peoria; Grand Marshal,
Philip Knstler, Chicago: Grand Hunttuel, M. I).
Hlmng, KeithHbunr. The Grand Chapter was
thou closed in due form.
MICHIGAN SUFFRTHQR9.
I'AUTtAI. ÜBI’OUT Of THE BEOKETAHY.
'Jo ths Vdltor of 77t« Chicago Trftun*.
CIIICAUO ItBLtEY you MIUIUUAN HUEPEUEUS,
Out. t), HUH.—Doing pretty thoroughly tired out,
1 have not boon able to keep up my report us
fully us l desired to, but I um now catching up
on tho work, and will try to koup collections
reported up to data after your next Issue. 1
herewith nppoud a partial report to date. Tho
ladles arc helping nobly,* and 1 do nut think wo
shall fall short of sending from WO to I,UW)
pieces of bed-covering before wo got through.
Thu ladles will still Hud plenty of work at tho
Exchange rooms In lacking comforters, mak
ing sheds, etc., while wo aro sending out com
fortables by tho score to churches and private
houses.
1 beg you to call attention to tho concert and
dramatic entertainment this afternoon, tho pro
gram of which no doubt you will notion in an
other column. Toe Franklins and the Firemen
win nitv h vsina ut haso-buU at WhUh Blocking
-inVEr.vnr pages.
Turk Saturday nflernoon, whlco will ho of ln»
terest to lovers of Iho iramo. Tho work yet to
bo ilono In Chicago calls fur earnest labor on Iho
wart of tho committees, not only that tho (rood
name of Clitcaeo for benovotunon may bo main*
tallied, but that no branch of business may bo*
littio Itself by responses Inademmto to its own
extent ns a business interest of too city.
UAinu tin n iiiimuvuiiru'n, ui mu va,M
Following are collections not previously re*
ported: Commlttcu on Woodworkuur, Hook 110
—Palmer. Fuller At Co., ?.V) (tirnvlously mailed
f.VltoPort Huron): W. Stephens, fid: Goss .t
Phillips Mnmtfnuturlnir Company, H, A.
Grown A: Co., 91'.; 11. Kheror, *2: Duloro llros,,
fl'u Pitt At Cook, f~M; P. Hchnoldor, 9fl: F. A.
Ituhhupf, $1: >l. KohalThnnsen, ft; 0. W.
Ktralirht. 915: Union Pinning Mill, $35: F. Lnnjr,
920: G. W. Illnkley St Co., *U): 11. Klopbens, 930;
F. Itossnw, ?2| total, 9£Hl.
Commltteoon Agricultural Implomonts, Hook
Hit— William Dcerlnjf, SIOO.
Commltteoon Kloel and Iron. Hook 111—Chi*
cniro Malleable Iron Company, f lot): C. P. lluck*
Imrltam. SSO; M. Kellers fc Co., 925; C. D. Colson,
92ft: Salisbury Sc Cllno, 925: W. P. Head & Co..
s2.’: Vnndcrklnot A: Son. S2U: total, $270,
Hook 142—Calumet Iron A: Steel Company. $25.
Cnmmltteo on Canned Goods, Hook 100-HU—
.I. It. Armsby A* Co., $100: N. 11. Dudley, SW: J.
11. Imlerrlodnn, fSO: A. Itydcr. $5: C. K. Webber
fc Co., 925: Hobor Preserving Company, 920: C.
K. 1100, 95: Colberry, Honir A;Cn,. sr>: A.Hootb,
925; J. M. Health Ac Co.. 92.V5 Quinlan Urns.. 95:
tihormnn Sc Knox, 925; Waldnor St Co., 920; to*
tai. *m
Commlttco on tints and Caps, Hook SW—N. O.
Williams fc. Co., 950; Sweet. Dempster & Co„ |SU;
Work, Wnchsmith Company. 925: Grlmbel,
Florshoim fc Co., 925: Klein llros. Sc Co., 925;
aaiesmun N. O. Williams Ac Co., KIO; Eddy,
linrvoy A; Co., 950: Keith Pros., 9HM: Klnjr Pros.
Sc Co.. 925: .McDonald At nils*, $25: total, 9405.
Commltteoon Gils and Paints. Hook 01—J. I).
Tascolt, 95 i W. E. Tnacott, 92; F. E. Hold, $1: G.
Uyehcr, $1: Cary, Oitden At Parker. $1: A. V. N.
KlrunjfiV Co., $1: A. 11. Ilulden A; Co., 925: K. K.
fc Co., |5: cash. (A: J. W. Masnry At Kun. 95;
Colt, fc Co.. 91: Alston Mnnufauturliiff Cum*
tinny, 910: 11 rad ley & Vroormnn. 95: I). Posen*
berir A: sons, 910; Joseph Plirirs, 91; cash, 91;
MoPlrnov Si Johnston, 9ft: W, M. Morrison, 91;
Vane, Calvert A: Co., 95: Ferris fc Avery, 9ft;.
Vilas Pros, $1: Hubucr Paint Company, 95}
total, 9102. *
Conunliten on Coal per K. W. Morley—Morley,
Marshall St Co., 92,'.: E. W. Morley, 92ft: D. ft.
Purnbnm, 910: J. W. Pout, 910; Woodrntr,
Trunkcy AcC0.,910; A. P. Mend, 910; Gould,
Pueliamm fc Purrell, 925; O. K. Ulelmrdson. 910;
I>. b. Moody fc Co., 910: C. 11. Dyer At Co.. 910:
Wilmington Coal Association, 9100: W. E. John
son, 915; Dewey At Co., 925; Powers fc Co., 915;
Prazll Ac Chicago Coal Company, 910: H.K. Van
Intfun. 910: Pem»& Little, 510; C. A. Korfoot,
9lu: total reported, 9010.
G. W« Hotchkiss, Koorotary.
Tho sufnrcstlon tmnlc by Mr. Ilotohklaa la oml*
nontly worthy of cunaideratlon.
THE EIRE ORDINANCE.
HOW IT IS HI'.SI'ECTEI) OX HASTINGS PTKKET.
Hustings street is a_ narrow thoroughfare on
tbo West Side, running*from Illuo Island avenue
west to tho city limits, and If tbo gcntlomon of
tho City liulldlng Department deslru to seo bow
tho residents along that street defy tho building
ordinance thoy should walk out through that
section some day. On every side thoy
would seo now plus' boards in tho
slmpo of sheds, barns, basements, roofs, etc., in
utter disregard of tbo ordinance. Yesterday
nftoruoouuTimtUNr. reporter walked tho length
of tho street, and a fow glaring violations of tho
ordinance observed by blm are cited below:
At Xo. 123. which Is a basement cottage, tbo
building Is being raised about six leoh and a
pine suu-lmscment Is bolug built under ft.
At Xo. HU a largo wooden shod has boon
erected in the back-yard.
At Xo. tlOd tbo house has been raised and a
six-foot wooden basement built under It.
At Xo. ittH) u wooden basement has been built
under a cottage. Tho doors aro adorned by
smuli-pox cards.
A now brick building has Just boon rebuilt nt
tbo southwest corner of Hastings and Wood
streets, mid lu the roar of it a huge, square-built
wooden shed has been put up, connected with
the building by a high board fence.
Tho street has not been built up to any extent
beyond Wood street, but out on tho uralrlo is a
group of good-sized modoru shanties and cotta
ges, whose fresh, unpnlntcd sides Indicate that
thoy have been constructed recently. Along
tho street on both sides there are piles of hoards
In almost every block, Indicating that further
violations of tbo ordinance arc Doing contem
plated.
THE BURR rUBIi FUND.
A FOtIGOTTEN CIIAIUTV.
At a meeting of tho Hoard of Directors of tho
Homo of tbo Friendless, hold on Wednesday
afternoon, ono of tbo ladles prosnnt, Mrs.
Stevens, charged that Mayor Harrison was very
derelict in his duties lu so far us tho Jonathan
Durr Fuel Fund was concerned. Tbo lady al
leged that tho Interest of tho fund bad nut been
used for tbo'purposes for which It was donated.
Bho Is right. Hut In Justice to both Mayor Har
rison and Controller Gurnoy It should bq stated
that under tholr management tho fund hits been
largely Increased by careful and judicious In
vestment, and that, us a matter of fact, Kir.
Gurney has endeavored to bnvo tho fund so
placed that In case of dire and general distress
It can be used to do great good.
A TuinuNU reporter looked up tho untiro
matter yesterday, and bo found by tbo books of
the Controller that there was $70,1)00 which stood
to tho credit of tho Durr Fund, of which fW,W)O
was fur the Fool Fund.
Tbo will of tbo lute Jonathan Durr, who was a
Christian philanthropist, was proven February
18(11), and lu It he makes, among other char
itable provisions, tho following:
“To tho City of Chicago aforesaid I give and
bequeath ono other eleventh port of all the said
rest and residue of my property and estate, to
have and to hold tho same to tbo said olty and
Its assigns forever; but In trust, however, to and
fur all tho following purposes and uses—namely:
In trust to hold, Invest, manage, aud control tho
same, and tho sumo from time to time to rein
vest, and tbo annual Income thereof to pay ovor
to tho Board of Education of that olty, to
he by said hoard expended for tho uso and
bcnollt of tho public schools In said city, lu
procuring for tho uso of said public schools
books of reference, maps, chans, illustrative
apparatus, and works of taste and art, at tho
discretion ot said board: and In case tho City of
Chicago shall fail or neglect at any time to pro
vide tho necessary text-books and slates for tho
uso of tho worthy indigent children uttondlug
tho public schools of tho city, thou the said
Board of Hrtuoallou Is hereby authorized and
directed, ut its discretion, to uso aud expend tho
whole or any pan of said Income In supplying
amt providing such children with thodoxt-hooks
and slates necessary for tho'lr Uso.”
It is very evident that the above section of
tho will has been fully compiled with, for the
Controller's books fur this your show us follows
us regards this account:
Johnathan Burr Fund—Educational account:
Balance on hand Jan. I,lßttl $1,1177
Interest on olty bonds IKT»
Interest on county bonds. 830
Paid nut—miscellaneous bills
This only Includes tbo interest nod expendi
tures for six months of Ibis year, and both In
terest and expenses will bo about doubled be*
fore tbo uxplrution of this year, and there will
boa handsome Interest balance again (oran
other year. This fund is expended entirely un
der tbo control of tbo Hoard of Education, which
tries to live carefully up to tbo provision above
quoted, and Its vouchors prove that fact. Tbo
Item lu tbo will providing lor
A FUEL FO.NU
reads ns follows:
"To tho City of Chicago aforesaid give and
bouneutb two otbor eleventh parts or all the
said rest ami residue of my property and estate,
to bavo and to bold tbo same to said city and Us
assigns forever; but in trust, however, to ami
for tbo following uses and purposes—namely;
in trust to Invest, bold, manage, and control tbo
same, ami the same from time to tlmo to rein
vest, and tbo anneal income thereof to use and
expend In providing fuel for tbo needy uud suf*
lermg pour people of said city. It Is my special
desire and reefuest that tbo liieomo from tois
fund be carefully and prudently expended, by
agents of known Integrity and discretion, in
order that It may annually afford to tbo Indigent
people ol tbo city us much relief us possible."
Haring tbo admlulstrulloujof Mayor Colvin tho
Hurr Fuad was borrowed and used for tbo pur
pose of helping to curry on tbo City Government.
It was during a tlmo of dire depression, when
the Interest should bavo been expended towards
purchasing fuel tor tbo worthy poor, for there
wero many In those days who needed Just sneli
assistance who were too proud to uo to tho
County Agont ana who could have been looked
up bad thorn been an agent and money for that
purpose. When Mavor Heath sumo mtoollleo
be found a depleted treasury and largo Heating
Indebtedness, whluh bo canceled as rapidly as
possible, and before his term of oillen had ex
pired tbo entire Jonathan Hurr Fund was
again In tbo City Treasury. This
fund, us befuro stated, now amounts
to S;U,OOU, of which SIIO,OOO Is to bo credited to
tho education account, and fltu.OUOto tbo fuel
account. When Controller Gurney oamu Into
olllco
lIH INVESTED THE ENTIHB AMOUNT,
according to tho wishes of tho founder of tho
charity, fir 0 and 7 nor cent interest-hearing
bonds of tho ottv and county, and tho fuel fund
stands today ns follows:
Aaiiml fund............... $50,(100
Itahmuo tolls credit Jen. 1, IttDl 6,but)
Interest on county bonds 1,1 b)
Interest on city bunds luJ
Total
Of this amount $7,(151) is available for tho pur
pose of supplying fuel to tho worthy poor.
Mr. Uunmy has carefully guarded tho fund,
because tho County Agent bus tho authority to
supply fuel to tho worthy pour, and there bus
been no necessity to draw upon It. Thu mem
bers uf tho Hoard of Education now and then
discover poor people who shrink from going to
tho County Agent, and It Is those people that
they desire shall be ussistud.
MAYOIt HAIUUBON
was alsoscon In regard to the matter. (To said:
•• l have never looked into the application of
these trust funds, and I havo always left these
matters wholly under the charge of tho con
troller. 1 never know that this fund was touo
dispensed by the city, and 1 always believed It
was to be expended by the Hoard of Education.
Ho tar as I am concerned, 1 don't know us
I should consider any lustltuUou which is a
corporate body tbo party to act ns agent for
Uio city to disburse tills fund. Hereafter, If
there nrn coses that should bo assisted under
the provisions of this fund. If they arn brought
to my notice I shall have thorn carefully Investi
gated bv responsible parties, and I shall net tie*
rordlngly. I think the Indy might Imvc called
upon mo and drawn tnv nttoutlon to tho matter,
rnthorttmn Imvc mnilult a discussion for tho
pnblln prints, but 1 am glad that yott have
directed my attention to it."
It does not appear, as far ns tho records go,
that any distribution from this charity has over
boon mudo. It was not until IH7J that tho fund
was regularly Invested and began to produce In*
(crest. It Is lu somo respects unfortunate that
tho fact of Its existence and Us product ivennss
Is mndo known, hcoauso now every Alderman,
and next (bo Mayor will bo Inundated with un
ending applications for coal.
OUTI BUIDGES.
TUB COUNCIL CO.MMITTKK KTIUUKU UP ON TUB
BUIUKCT.
Tlio Committee on Harbors and Bridges bad
quite an Interesting and long session yesterday
afternoon In tbo City Clerk's ollleo, with Aid.
Hlxon presiding, and ns advisors and visitors
Mayor Harrison, Commissioner Waller, and Har
bormasters Cary, and McCarlhy. Aid. Bond,
who is a member of that committee, Is largely
Interested In shipping, and his sympathlea
naturally loan towards tbo men who go "down
Into tho sea In ships."
Tho first matter which enmo up was tho Brio
street bridge. This structure has boon a nui
sance rather than a convenience to tbo people
whoha%’o boon compelled to use it. Tho oust
end swings over a strip of land owned by a very
perverse Individual, lu years gone by tho city
paid this man per month tor allowing tho
bridge to swing in tho air over his property.
When Mr. Waller oamo into ollleo ho thought
this too high and tried to have tho rent reduced.
Tho owner wanted more rather than loss, and
tho city rofusod to havo anything morn
to do with him. Ho then erected
a tall trcslluwork, so that tho bridge could not
swing over hla property. Commissioner Waller
then gave orders that tbo bridgn should only bo
turned tho oilier way. This was well enough
until vessels eatno there to unload, and then tho
bridge bud to ho kept open altogether for long
stretches throu times this summer. Onco this
continued for nine, once for four, and tho Inst
time for three days. There was a great deal of
Just complaint made, and Mr. Waller explained
that he bad tried to buy tho strip of land al
luded to, but tbo man asked too mucb for It.
It was decided to recommend that tbo strip bo
condemned through regular court proceedings.
Tho Mayor's letter to tho Connell suggesting
that n reward of fJi.OOU be offered for a plan for
lifting or draw bridges which would do nwny
with tho present nulsaneo was read, but not act
ed upon. Tho Commissioner of Public Works
was authorized to make a private contract for
dredging between (ho draws of tho bridges, pro
viding bo can get tho work done ns low ns tho
bids lor itnmde In Juno lust.
Tho amendment to tho bridge ordinance pro
viding that bridges shall bo kept open no longer
Hum ton minutes ut a time
ÜBTWEBN TUB IIOUIW OP SEVEN AND ELBVBN
AT NKltlT,
which Is tho taw now up tu 7 In tbo evening, was
discussed, and tbo committee decided to recom
mend that It bo passod.
Aid. Bond moved that tbo bridges bo kept
closed but a half an hour each morning and
evening for tho convenience of tho people, In-
Htond of an hour, as at present. This motion mot
the Harbormasters'approval, and they showed
that their sympathies wero entirely with tho
vessolmun. This displeased tho Mayor greatly.
Aid. Bond was directed to bring bis mutter be
fore tho Connell.
Thu petition to romovo all signs from tho
bridges was decided to bo reported favorably,
and will Include those on the piers, abutments,
and railings.
After tho Committee on Harbors and Bridges
had adjourned, Mayor Harrison had n matludo
In his private ollleo with Harbormasters Cary
and McCarthy, and bo
OAVE THEM A LECTOUE
which made them quake out! shako in their
boots. Hu insisted that ns Harbormasters they
wore employed ami paid by the city, and that
they leaned entirely too much towards the vos-
Huhmm. If they saw a vessel violating n city
ordinance. It was their duly to arrest the parties
at once. They bud no right to stand by and ecu
the ordinances violated by the vessels, the peo
ple annoyed by loud and unnecessary whistling
of tugs, or the keening open of bridges. When
this was done, tho panics unending should bo
arrested at unco.
The Harbornmstors didn't like being talked to
in this way, and Insisted that the brklgeteodors,
too, were to blame: that they bandied words
with the tuguion, and undo thomsolt’es obnox
ious. Mayor Harrison insisted that this must bo
slopped. No brldgetonder had a right to make
nu Improper remark to any citizen, whether on
land or water, and no matter whitt the provoca
tion was, ho must not make nu unseemly
reply. Ho would nt once Issue nn order
to that olToct, and where a brldgoteador
used vile language ho would not only bo dis
charged, but ho would bo arrested and prose
cuted for disorderly conduct and lined. Ho was
going to -have civility on both sides, and ha
wanted tbo Harbormasters to understand that
they must nut Impartially, promptly, and with
discretion.
SLIGHT COLLISION.
Polk street bridge came very near fretting
protty badly damaged •at Os'W o’clock yesterday
morning. The bridge was open, and tbo tuir
Wolf was towing tlirougb tbo schooner G. D.
Morris, wblcb run Into tbo railings of tbo struct*
ure, louring away u portion, but did not hurt
tbo bridge sutllalontly to close it to travel.
ClTy-I.NOINKEIt OItEQIKU
la getting up a plan by wblcb tbo present bridges
can bo done awny with. Ho would put arched
bridges across tbo rlvor at nil streets, and have
tbo harbor on tbo Lake Front, whore bo would
build draws and locks, and have all the freight
towed up tbo rivers In lighters. His plan Is very
elaborate, and, while It would cost a great deal
of money, Is apparently tbo most practical ouo
that has been yet suggested.
MATIUMONIAL.
iiaut—cuuzkn.
A very pleasant wedding was celebrated yes
terday afternoon at tbo residence of tbo bride's
parents. No. 11 Park avenue, tbo parties to tbo
contract bolug Miss Eva Crttzon, daughter of O.
W. Cnizon, Esq., and Sir. James A. Hart, of
Louisville, Ky. The corcmouy wits performed
at half-past 4 o'clock by tbo Ilov, A.F. Irwin,
of Poorla, 111., la tbo prcsoncoof a large company
of friends and relatives, many of whom wero
from Paxtou, 111., tbo brido's former homo.
After tbo curomony tbo young oouplo wero
showered with congratulations and good wishes,
and an enjoyable wedding supper was partaken
of. Tbo bride wore almudsomo dross M>t white
cashmere and brocaded silk, with pearl orna
ments. Mr. and Mrs. Hart took tuo ovonlug
train for their now homo In Loulsvillo.
A number of handsome presents wore re
ceived, the following being n complete list:
BllvuricopitctKT.Mr.anu Mrs. IL Cru/.on,Pax
ton,Hl.; china teapot, members of tbo “ F. 0. L."
Club, of Paxton; two Dresden china ornaments,
Edgar C. Hart,Louisville, Ky.; sliver combina
tion sot, Mr. Knapp,'Now York City; set of nap
kins. A. J. Laurence, Paxton; pair of
vases, Miss ainclalr and Will tiawyor; silver
iewol ease, Mr. and Mrs. Travis, and Mr. and
Irs. Irwin, and Mr. and Miss Irwin; silver cake
basket, Mr. and Mrs. A. Sample, of Paxton; sil
ver-mounted perfumery buttle, J. It, Patrick;
ebnny bracket, Charles C. Hart, Fremont, ().;
"chenille toilet sot. Mr. and Mrs. A. Chirk; ele
gant photograph album and sotof perfumery
bottles, from tbo Mt. Olivet Comiimudery and
Paxton Lodge, A. F. mid A. M«: buz French
water colors, from tbo groom; white satin fan,
Mrs. Maggie Hawllngs; black satin fan, George
Cruzcn: silver berry dlsb, Mr. and Mrs. L. U.
Duly, Girard, Pa.; plaque of pansies, Mrs. ICato
A. Cook; lace shopping-bag. Miss Alice Keith;
Japanese bracket, Mr, and Mrs, Armstrong,
Clinton, Mo.; celluloid toilet sot, Sir. and
Sirs. 8. D. Cooper und Joseph
frozen; plush sboppmg-tmg, Mr. end Airs.
James Frederick; pair tidies. Miss Laura
Tlebnor, of Kt. Louis; hand-painted satin sot,
Miss Asunath Cox, of Oxford. 0.; pincushion,
Mlsm Currie Phillips; silver bouquet-holder, tho
Misses L.nnd T. Palmer: opora bond, Miss Emma
frozen, Oilman, 111.; luce handkerchief, Miss
Emma Hart, Girard, Pa.; silver vlmurret, Miss
Surah label, of Detroit; gold pun and bolder.
Will lllelmrdson; cigar-holder, Ed and Gertie
Toy; Kensington tidy, Mr, and Mrs. G. W.
Wright; toilet set, Mrs. 8. M. Wiley, Mrs, J. D.
Wiley, and Mrs. N. 15. Stevens; tidy, Mrs. Louis
Dunlap, Urbaua; band-painted silver vase,
flaronco frozen: silver eurd-recclvor, Prof.
Ilcuudor and wife, Bloomington; silver curd
revolver, Miss Marla llogardus; perfume stand,
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Earl; silver toilet sol. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Dogardus: ebony easel sad
picture, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hart: orepo opura
cape, Mrs. M. E, Arnslow, Denver, Colo.; laco
bed-spread and pillow-sham. Mr. UalpbCrugun;
Imtr pearl opera-glasses, friends of groom;
lalf-uozen silver teaspoons, Mrs. Hart, Girard,
Pa.; buttle perfumery, Miss Dorllo Taylor; ala
baster ulouk and set of eight books, from tb«
groom; easy chair, Miss EmmaCrugou and Mr.
Fred Mubhug.
SUBURBAN.
IIYDK I'AUK.
Tbo ladles of HyuoPark bavo organized a ro
ller association fur tbo benotll of tbo Michigan
sufferers. They incut ouob day ut tbo Masonic
Hall and nmko bedclothes, oto. Tboy have al*
ready completed thirty comfortables and quilts,
and Intend making twenty more tbls week.
Counortou’s Hyde Park Directory for
baa made Us uppuurancc. Tbo book Is nuatly
potion up, contains Ski paces, and claims that
the lncrua*oof population ulnco tbo census of
IbttO has been about W.OOU, making tbe total pop*
uiatlon of tbo village 115,000.
A team oolonglug to John A. Lomax, tbo pop
manufacturer, ran away front the corner of
ttiuny island avenue and 61xty*fourtb street, at
about (I o'clock last evening. Tbu driver, bulng
unable to inanuvo tbe burses, Jumped olf tbo
wagon to save bis life, and fell headlong upon
tbo stone pavement, cutting bis forehead. Tbo
team ran obout half u tulle before 11 was
slopped.
A very pleasant wedding occurred at tbe real*
dunce of Mr. and Bint. John Mabon ut Wood*
lawn lust night, tbe contracting parties being
their only daughter. Tessa, and Mr. Anson U.
Coleman. Tbu Uev. L. M. Hartley, of tbe Grand
Crossing Metbodlst Church, performed tbe mar
riage ceremony la tbe presence of a few lull*
.$00,053
mato friends and relatives. Tho bridal parir
were attended by Mins Ida True, MUs yul
Brown, Mr. Sidney Mabon. brother of tho bride
ami Mr. Joseph I’aley. Mr. ami Mrs. CotomaD
will mnkoWoodlnwn tbolr homo lu tbo tutors
as In tho past.
ROUTIt emOAOO.
Tho Coronor hold an Impiest yesterday on (h«
body of John Kldrod, tho young man wlmwai
accidentally drowned In tho Calumet Klvornt
tho loot of One Hundredth street WodncMdat
aftcrmion. Tho Jury brought In a verdict of uo.
cldcntal death by drowning.
Wcrocommond Kldredgo sewing-machines,
Indigestion, dyspepsia, nervous prostration,
and all forms of general debility relieved L»
taking Monsimm's Peptonized Ileof Tonic, ih*
only preparation of beef containing Its ontira
nutritious properties. It Is not nmerosihmi.
loot like the extracts of boot, but eontfilm
blood-making, force-generating. and llfe-siu.
tabling properties; is Invaluable In allenfoe.
bleed conditions, wholhor tho result ofoxhaa*
lion, nervous prostration, overwork, or neats
diseases, particularly if resulting from puimo.
nary complaints. Ciwwoll, Hazard Sc Co., pro.
prletors, New Vork. For sale by druggists.
MAlililAiJtt
Tho renewing innrrtngo licenses wero Issued ye£
tordfly:
A’lira r and rrttdtnet. a v
((nrl I Inis, Chkngo ‘it
( Huso Hess, Chicago,.... jj
J Josef Vlnsntl. Chicago...,,.. •»
} Amm Ueznf Kowu, Chicago «
j Itolnrlcli Bolmor.t&ijflMnluu-st. 'm
( Llzzottu I’lulalngur, Kfti Matao-aLtf
JJohann Uulsohnr, 1-U Umnsoy-st,
\ Aitulino liuhrko, 4»l Llocola-5L..... |}
5 William Olsun, lUI North Oosplalnes-8t..... a
I Mathilda Olson, M llauwaiwst a 1
(William Bluk. Uosclnnd. 11l \
I. Mrs. Kuijku Bpykanut, llosulnml, 111
J Leonard (.’. Hluckwell. Chicago . «
( Kmnm J. Itehtll. Chicago.
} Kmaimol Caddon, Chicago ■»
1 llorlhn Walfuer, Chicago *
} K. P. Hilliard. Washington Heights, H 1........ .. n
i liimnaM. Ilakcir, Washington Heights, ill
< Charles 11. tJirgo. !UI Clybouru-pliioe
% Johanna O'Uuy, Chicago. p
(John Alfred Adams. ZAlTwonly-slxth'Sl. a
\ Aimlot;. Uirisun, vieTweniy-sixth-su $ 1
J Frank Uniichor. 211 Orchard'll a
( Louisa .“churok, Chicago ||,
J Fred Volumth. KU Hast Dlvlslon-st p
( Maggie E.cinnvoy. Uhlcagu ,‘j)
J Lemuel A. MolJnlo. Chicago
I Tllhu Williams. Chicago ..,n
J John W. Ibickornr, Chicago w
( VictorlaUrny, Chicago.'., ....a
Jt’arl Worth, W 3 Twentieth'll «
i .Mathilda Untholke, Chicago....
J Henry Wahl, Ml Mllwaukoo'ar.. a
I Minnie Folguiiliauur, Chicago ; a
J John licllstroai, Chesterton, lad
I rllrmiulln UongUon, Chosturtun, 1ud.... a
J Pat Kuhoo. Chicago ii
( Koto Wliolun, Chlcngu
J August Potorson. Luckpurt. HI..
I Anna Apulomis. l.uckport, Hi
J. Cameron. Chicago.. a
( Uaotiel Moloino, Chicago.. .....a
J ArlhurC. Duent, Chicago. «i
(MaryLyou, Chicago a
j Add Hosier. 31 Carrolt-nv p
(llnrbara Hchu.itor, SIU West InatanO'Sl...
J .1. F. Blottonborg, 3M West Ohlu-sU
I Nulilu K. McUrcgor. Chlcago
J Bernhard Olson, lie HosptulncS'Sl
(ChristinaLundgron, Chicago
J lairs Christenson, IT2C Btatvst ...........'........a
( Llsilo Siockldfor, ITW Biatu-st p
i Johan Knniif, Chlcugo p
Cntlmrlnu ilowug, Chicago
5 James Macklnsun, Chicago..... a
(Tlillobmlth, Chicago
J William Fltznor, Chicago au
I Aimlo Whllner, Chlcugo p
I Hilary Johns. Chicago
( Fruaclska ibulomska, Chicago
J Joseph Jackanoy. Chicago....
(Aniiio Wualo, Chlcugo....
J N. C. Wboolur, Chicago .‘....,30
(lifsslo M. HUlus, Chicago 2
J tlustar Kluso, IkOClybonrn'ttT S 3
(Mrs. Curoiluo llulz, Chicago .
J Nojeok Lorzeok, SOW Mnlno-sl. p
t UurduraTesmor. l£Ud Malno-st 3J
MAItIiIAQES,
McINTVUb—HOWLAND—Uy Prof. Fisko, 0ct.5.9.
I*. Mclntyre and Airs. Clara L. Howland, both of cm
cage.
HIMiIMID—IIAKKII—At tno residence of tbs
bride’s father, at Washington Heights, on thoUth inn.,
by tho llov. Air. Hisifron. Kdward I*. Hilliard ana
Kmmu At. llakur. No cards.
JIcWOOD—WIIITK—In this city. Del. 6, ISBI. by tbs
Her. .1. Howloy, Air. William O. Ate Wood. of Men
treat, Can., and Ailss Catherine White, of Chicago.
HANKIN—KKHOUSUN—At the house of the bride’s
daughter, No. 137 Hast Imhana-st., Chicago, 111., Oct.
«. IBSI, by thu Hot. Ilurrlck Johnson. U, D., the her.
D. At. ItaiiKln, of Charlotte. N. Y„ mid Air*. Carolina
(J. Kcrgusun, of tiSd North I’ark-nv. No cards.
WILKINHON—TA YLOU—In this city Oct. A, by the
Her. Dr. 8. J. Halser, Algernon H. Wilkinson, fiso., et
Ulchuioml, Va., and Alps Chnrlotta J. Taylor, daugh
ter of Mrs. Julia Taylor, of Chicago.
I’VNCHON—THOHNK—In Uuflhlo. N. Y.. Sopt-W,
nt the bouse of tho bride's oldest sister. John Pyncbon,
of lids city, and Julio, yonnuost daughter of Clio Ist*
Ulchaxd Thorne, of Ottawa, 111.
DEATHS.
MeDMIMOTT— OOuJk, Llsilo Loretta, daughter of
Timothy and ilrfdftot McDermott, aged 11 muatbs U
Oar*.
funeral from residence of parents. !138 West Fit
toonth-M., Friday. Dot. 7. at HI iu ni., by carriage* to
Calvary Cemetery. Frlondsof the family ore Invited.
IJKKNNHDV—OcI.B, Mary Kennedy, aged 4‘Jycari.
Funeral from tlio residence. Itti Kaat Van Uurnn*>L,
at 10:11) n. m. Saturday, Oct, S, uy carriages to Calvary
Cemetery.
ULAUK-tn Itucbestor, M. Y.. OcL 6, Alice Booth,
wife of C. 11. Clark, of tbla city, aged 20 years.
KABTNUU—Oct. 0, at4:4o p. m., lUchard Kastaor, at
£6 West lndlann-Bt,
Funeral notice later.
. KKLLV—At Campion, Kano County, 111., on the 4lb
lost., David Kelly, In the Till year of ms nee.
Ho cume to this country from Upper Canada nearly
forty yuan ago.
F HOLDING—In Atlanta. Go.. John Fielding, In bit
4Sth your, beloved husband of Catharine Fielulof.
The remains will be bruugnt home fur intermenu
Funeral on humbly-from tils lute residence, 3M
Bomb Dosplnlnoß-nt., to St. Patrick’s Church. thence
by curs Ut Calvary Cemetery. Jtuqulom High Man
Monday at So. in. In Hu Patrick's Church,
ffjyuiaagow (Hcutltmd) papers please copy.
DFJNNIH—Oct. 6, laid, Margaret Dennis, aged SB.
Funeral Friday morning, OcU7, from mi Archer
av., by carriages to Culvary.
OLDHAM—Out. S. 1881. Bridget D., wife of James
Oldbuiiauud daughter of the Into Jnuos and Mary
HhurluA. '
□ IIU. tuw.i
Funeral from Into residence, No. 07 Miller street,
Friday, 1 p. m., by carriages to (Jracolund.
tiflJury,Lancashire (England) and Wlaootka (IIU
papers please copy.
ANNO UNCJCMKNTS.
DW. WHITTLE LEADS THE NOON
a day meeting, Subject; "Homody for Bln.”
Maj. d. w. whittle will cox
duct tbo meeting tbl* evening In Farwell Hall
James W. (irunnhun will sing.
JtOl'AL BAKING BOWBEIU
TANKS AND C JANS,
AjffIISOIJVIMiM,
gLs Tanks and Cam,
(BBSS 239 & 241 lake si
HATS,
_ __ 50 CENTSTOS2.SO
II H TPf% Over 10.000 IK ATM. »ll
II ft ft* Now Full Mtvle*
Ul oft I At about half uiuifl j»rlce*.„
lift ft Vmintf Meu'e llerhTit.liLk.MulL
ft ■ Dft ft ■ft HcolchC*p«,76c«UUlu|l.UJ.
ft Ift ft ft ftft Cloth ('»]>■. 3 cutila to 16 cent*
H■ ■ ■ M w i.Kti'i’nU'tt HAT IIOUSKS.
Ul Uandiilpti v> NorthCUfJ*
M«rk«d i»liiln Om
candi\
M Band 11. V. *3, arCSfc.’ »Msnplf
rvtftil box br «zpr«u of ibe baH
Caudle* In Aiusrtc*. put u»
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