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PARDRIDGES'
main store,
GRAND
OPENING!
TOMORROW
TUESDAY.
“We promise you the dis
play of Fashionable Goods
.win interest and the prices
*■ ■ €
be profitable
SPECIAL DISPLAY
Fine Garments.
EVERY ONE WELCOME-
PARDBIDGTES,
114 & 116 State-st.
FURNITURE, CARPETS, ,fc.
Open Letter
TO THE PUBLIC.
»t *h\* season of tlie year thefe is a general prepara
tion made by all
Prudent Housekeepers!
For the coming Winter. The question of making
home cheerful and comfortable la to be settled;
Household Goods need renewing; New Furniture,
KcwCarpcts,New stoves, and additional Crockery
and Bedding are required^
Where to Purchase
Furniture,
Carpets,
Stoves,
Aid HOUSEHOLD GOODS the cheapest and best is
an Important financial question with
every housekeeper. e
THE
Empire Parlor Bedstead
COMPANY,
381 & 383 W. Madison-st.,
SMS'
make the LOWEST PRICES. They offer
Great Bargains!
In Chamber Sets. Parlor Suits, Parlor Stoves, Car
pets, Ranges, andall Household Goods.
EASY PAYMENTS OR CASH, TO SUIT
C3f” The Empire Parlor Bedstead and other Fold
ing Beds In groat variety. ,
rar*Houses furnished at one days notice.-
You can't afford to overlook this opportunity.
lip: Pari® Bedstead Co.,
* ipi - *
■ 381 & 383 W. Madison-st.
iff EoYcl 6j Hiss Douglas.
Henry A. Sumner & Co.
Announce for publication on
Saturday, Oct. 15,
WE'VONARLDENS,
A NOVEL, '
By £DITH DOUGI.AS.
An elegant story, bright and fresh. Handsomely
Illustrated and Bound, making a work of 4ST pages,
price, a. 50. Will be for sale 1* all live Booksellers..
OVENJXG.
STATE-ST.
AND
to yoti.”
To Iron Manufacturers, Owners, Ardii
. tects, and Builders.
NOTICE
la hereby given that the undersigned has been ap
pointed Attorney in fact of E. A. L. Hyatt In respect
of a patent granted to her by the U. S. Government
on the 27th August, 1567, reissued Aug. G, IS7S. and with
all matters and things pertaining to the same; this,
therefore. Is to
C^.XJ r J?IOIV
All persons Interested In the use of Patent LIGHTS
against Infringing said patent, and to notify
iRCIIITECTS ASH OWSERS OF
iffli ran
That the aforesaid patent (known among Iron men
as HYATTS BASEMENT EXTENSION PATENT;
is still operative and In FULL FORCE and effect, and
will continue so to be until the 27th day of August,
ISSI. The undersigned also takes this occasion to in
form and warn
Everywhere that effective measures have now been
taken to maintain the patent and rights of the pat
entee thereunder, as well as to protect the rights and
interests of all duly appointed
LICENSEES DM THE PATENT.
And the public are hereby cautioned against pur
chasing or procuring the said patented articles and
constructions from any other parties.
DR- K. ELLIOT,
Attorney In Fact for the Patentee,
400 Flfth-sU, X. AV„ Washington, D. C.
EDWIN LEE DROWN,
V 7
President and Proprietor of the Brown Brothers
<. life. Co., Chicago, 111., is my
For Illinois and the Northwestern States, and that
All Other Manufacturers
PICTURE CARDS.
Chicago Card Collectors Completely Capt
ured—Finest Display in Chicago.
No more waste of time tramping around town beg
ging cards, tor now they can buy the set, just what
they want, at Popular Prices.
For {I.OO (and 0 cents for postage) will send 125
Beautiful Cards. The finest opportunity ever offered
Card jSlllectors.
• CEO. B. KING,
City Real Estate tor Sale.
Proposals for the purchase of property on Franklin
and
, the latter, and upon which is located Engine Company
No. 1. will be received at this office up to and includ
ing the Slstdar of October next: the cltr authorities
reserving the right to reject all propositions for such
purchase. • _
By order of the City Connell. -
. • THEODORE ‘i*. GURNEY.
GENERAE NOTICES.
CARD
INFRINGERS OF THE PATENT
ESPECIAL gIOTICE
Is hereby given that
SOLE AND ONLY LICENSEE
Are Infringers.
t -
E. A. LAKE HYATT,
Assignee of Thaddeus Hyatt.
PICTURE GAUDS.
Picture-Card Depot,
3S Ma«lI«on-M., CHICAGO.
REAL ESTATE.
THE CHICAGO TRIBUTE: SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1881—TWENTY-FOUR PAGES.
m on
The Place for a Home.
The Place to Invest.
Everybody who lias been paying rent and
ist'ired'of it; ■ ;
Everybody who is saving money and
waiils to double it; , , , .
Everybody who is paying doctors bills
and wants to stop it; .
Everybody witli Children and wanting
them to grow up sturdy and strong,
And free from the evil Influences of city atrcchs. wm
do well to come in some day this week nl 9.10 or 11, w
o.m. nr'irli i>. in., pni|iarc<l to no
(trove*, where wc are selling bcaolltul. nr.t*tidss
properly—high. rolllnfi upland—lor such prices und on
%ucli terms that all cun buy.
HERE THEY ME!
Lots Feet
FOR S6O, SBS, SIOO, OR $125,
On monthly payments of $5, or quarterly or annual
payments, without Interest.
Persons building good houses, no payment down.
3 to;»years’time. 0 per cent interest, or wo a ill build
to suit purchasers on small payments. •
Our East Grove property is verj handsomely im
proved. the streets lined with shade trees un J
greens. Good residences built and °\hc« F-ohig up
immediately. Church und school now being built on
Gi/ud 4 feet wide, 2-mch lumber, free
"Kast'crovc li on tho C.. 11. * Q. It. I!.. Jolnlnc Dow
ner’s Grove on the cast, with a large and ruuldly
prowlng population, churches and schools, stores, and
©very convenience for comfort and health.
An easv, pleasant ride from the city, with an abun
dance of*trains to suit people In any lino of business.
TAXES,
Only a few cents a lou .
Living Expenses,
One-third less than In the city.
In the point of
HeaSthfiiSnesS)
East Grove Is unsurpassed.
It cannot be otherwise, with Its high land, pure wa
ter, and thoroueh Uralnaco. . ..
It is surrounded by a beautiful country of heavily
wooded bills and valleys. . .
Persons looking for homos or investment, wuo
mean business. can sec East Grove free by calling on
STREET Sc GO.,
I’UOI’IIIETOUS AT HAST GKOVK.
Office. 95 Wasiiingion-st., Room 2, Chicago,
° r TOANkSuuKk; {AtEastUrore.
Third iMonal Bauk of Chicago
FOiß'
Lots 63.61. arid R 5, Culver's Addition to Chicago, im
mediately north of Lincoln Park _
Lots IS, 111. 20. aha 21. Block o. Union Park Second Ad
d.Uonto Chicago, situated on Lnko-st- near Union
1 The west half of li. K.Jerrla’ Subdivision of
the west half of the southwest quarter of roc. s.
Township :ei north. Kancc 13. containing 4o and J5-IW)
acres, situated near Oak Park. _■ e-
Lots 51 and 52, the norm s 4 feet of lots a* to GS in
clusive, and the south KW toet of Uow Cll to *5 inclu
sive.-Block 15, Sampson A Greene s AdditionitoJ-hl
cago, on Slxtcenth-st,, between Ldomla and Throop
*lLot2.{, Block S; Charles H. AValker’s Subdivision 2S,
14. known as fold No.) WMSwie-st~ Chicago.
Lot 27, ii. :>O. 32, and 33, Work fi. F. 0. Sherman and
others’ Subdivision of the west halt of the southeast
quarter. 2s, It'. U. situated ou ShurtleCT avenue, be
tween Twenty-eighth and Tweniv-nlnth-sts.
Lots numbered I to 5. Block 10-pandale. down of
llvde Park, block bounded bf Egandale and Green
wood-ays. and Chestnut and Walnut-sis.
LotsYioli Block 01. llonkins* Addition to Uyde
Park, situated on Kimbark-av., between Hfty-fltn
and Fifiy-slxOi-sts. ..
Tho north 21U acres of J.ot 2 In Assessor’s Division
of the west half or See. 33. and that part east of the
Chicago. Kook Island A Pacitic Kallroad of tec. oJ.
Township Si, 14, in the Town of Auboru. Cook coun
tsScnlcd proposals for the ‘above-described property
will he received by the undersigned until una Includ
ing the Uth dnv of October, IS?l, and If approved by
the Hon. John Jay Knox. Controller of the Currency,
will be submitted to the United States District Court
for thb district Wr c.n.flrmhUo„ 6N w JACKgO}(%
55 Portland Block, Chicago..
• . | Oct. S. 1531. -
, FURNITURE.
rURHITURC
I pr?ces VERY hoSfr fta
Buyers are Particularly Requested to* get our
PRICES In
Parlor, Cbamber,
Library, Dining,
Easy Chairs, Fancy Pieces.
It CERTAINLY will PAY YOU to go through our
Immense stock and get our
“Popular Prices.”
CHICAGO CARPET CO.,
150 lo 10*2 Walmsli-ar., cor. Ronroc-st.
N. B.—Our stocks never were, as largo before in
Carpet, Wall Paper, Curtain, or Bedding Depart
ments. and otter Extraordinary Inducements to pur
chasers to furnish in part or complete for little
money as well as trouble. ♦
MORRIS BERNHARDT
B LE
ISA State street, Room S.
SPECTACLES EXCLUSIVELY
Glasses properly adapted to every form of defective
cvcsicht in accordance with the science and phil
osophy of nature. Beware of risking your eight in the
hands of self-styled opticians. Advice given ns 10 the
proper selection of all required opticalinstrumonts.
Letters of recommendation testifying to his supe
rior ability as an optician and the perfectness of nls
glasses can be seen at M. Bernhardt's office from the
noted Professors of Rush Medical College* Chicago
Medical College,Hahnemann Collcge.Chlcagb Homeo
pathic College, leading divines, our most prominent
and well-known citizens, including high encomiums
from schools of science, blind Institutes, etc., etc.
Moses Gunn. M.D.. LL.D.; W’o. H. Byford, A.M
mld.; 13. O. F, Roler. A.M., M.D.; ,1. Adams Alien, M.
D., LL.D.: .1. H. Hollister, M.D.s A. Reeves Jackson,
M.D.; J.EMtuss. M.D.; R. N. Isham. M.D.: Do Lasklo
Miller. M.D.;, Vincent h. ilnrlUut. M.D.: F. L. Wads
worth, M. 1).: Truman \V. Miller. M.D.; A. K. Small.
M.D.; George A. Hall, M.D.; S. P. Hedges, M.D.; ,I.
S. Mitchell, M.D.; Prof. David Swing. •Rev. - Robert
Collyer, Rev. H. \V. Thomas, Dr. Clinton Locke, Rev.
Edward Sullivan. Bishop Chas. Ed. Cheney. Rev. W.
H. Ryder. Rev. 13. P. Goodwin, Rev. Arthur Little,
and others of prominence.
SPECIAL ATTENTION to everv ease of extreme
defective eyesight. LOUIS 1L Matthus, Assistant.
Ufhcc Hours-U to 5. -. ■
• TEAMING.
Office, 124 Michigan-ar.
Merchandise moved with dispatch.
WANTED,
By a Jobbing House, with a well established
trade, a Special Partner with capital of
575,000. A good percentage of interest as
sured. Apply to WM. BAKER, Journal of
Commerce Co., 70 State-st., Chicago.
CHANDLER & CO.,
MORTGAGE BANKERS. :
Loans on Real Estate. •
I So. '7'Zi IDenrlyoi-n-st.
Comptroller.
ESTATE.
lAL
v
OPTICIAN.
OPTICIAN,
WAITED.
FINANCIAL. „
JJOVSEKE BEING GOODS .
,U ft,
Gordon’s,
i, i, i
Randolph-st.
i 5 .*
HEADQUARTERS FOR
i _
BESSEMER
HEATING stoves,
All sizes, this year’s patterns.
The lates! improved, and
undoubtedly the finest and
cheapest Heater ever offered
to the public.
You can also find an im
mense and varied stock of
Ranges*
Cook and Heating
Stoves*
Chamber & Parlor
Furniture*
Carpets* OilcSoths*
SVSatting, Linoleum*
In fact, everything you re
quire in the line of FIXT
URES or FURNITURE for
House,
Store,
Glee,
Saloon, or
■ Restaurant.
What we. haven’t on hand
we can make on short notice.
Unequaled facilities for do
ing business,—fine, large, well
lighted warerooms, courteous
and obliging salesmen, one
of the largest stocks to select
from, and terms to suit.
Weekly or Monthly Pay
ments, or Cash.
You will surely find
it pleasant and profit
able to trade with us.
TAILORING.
ill MM,
TAILOR AND DRAPER,
85 & 87 Madison-st.,
Crystal Block', f CHICAGO.
U^LNTEI).
Partiicrsiiii) Wanted
In a •well-established business by a tboroucblv ex
perienced office man wlib will furnish blub tostlmu
nlals as to character and capacity and Invest ♦
ensb. Business must bo. thoroughly reputable uml
reasonably safe and profitable. Grain commission
preferred. Address B oftiee. •
OPENINGS.
Mrs. G. Ij. BROWN, 171 Wabash-av.. will display
THURSDAY next, OcL 13,-Imported MILLINERY,
selected by herself tn Paris.
... OPENING. -
SEMIANNUAL -
OPENING
OF
Costumes,
Mantles, and
Seal Cements,
WILL OCCUR ON
WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY,
Oct. 12 and 13.
We have purposely delayed
our Opening In order to ob
tain THE LATEST
And most exclusive Foreign
Styles, and promise tile
Ladies an unusually at
tractive display.
All are Cordially
Invited. *
PARIS!! SOU GO.,
State and Monroe-sts.,
Under Palmer House.
C3T Giving to the immense
increase in the number of our
Patrons, ive find it impossi
ble to send special in vitations,
as we heretofore have done.
I’IAXOS.
Hallos.
AND
Organs
Of the Best Makes are
iSOCI> ox MOXTIII/Y
{ PAYMENTS 18 IT
Iff.-- ff. KIMBALL
State and Adams-sts.,
CKIOAOO.
Triumphant at every World’s
Fair; indorsed by the most emi
nent musical authorities of both
hemispheres, and the acknowl
edged Standard Pianos of the
World.
Besides our usual complete as
sortment of new instruments, we
exhibit a number of second-hand
Steinway "Uprights and Squares,
some of which have had but little
use. They are offered at excep
tionally low prices, to make room
for new stock now arriving.
LYON & HExVLT,
State and Alonroe-sts.
GRAND, UPUIGHT,
_* . AND SQUARE PIANOS.
.FOR OVER FORTY YEARS
, w BEFORE THE PUBLIC,
_ THESE INSTRUMENTS HAVE
BY THEIR EXCELLENCE
ATTAINED AN
• UN PURCHASED
PRE-EMINENCE
WHICH ESTABLISHES THEM :
THK UNEQUALED IN
TONE, TOUCH,
WORKMANSHIP,
: ..'AND DURABILITY.
A REED & SONS,
138 STATE-STm
SOLE AGENTS,
FUR THE NORTHWEST.
m-i-K
GALL ATTENTION
TO THEIR
Excelling
IN
MI1T! any STOCK
i THIS CITY.
BOTH IN
Children’s & ladles’
ALWAYS Off M»,
ALL AT OUR
Usual Low Prices.
State & SVionroe-sts. ,
Under Palmer House. *
riAsas.
W. W. l
State & Adams-sts.,
The Largest Piano and Or
gan House in the world,
manufacturing over one
twelfth of the-entire produc
tion of
On the Afflorican Continent
Pianos and Organs sold
on monthly or quarterly
payments. /
MUSIC'CO.,
156 STATE-ST.,
Have in their Warerooms as fine a line of
PIANOS and ORGANS as can be found
in Chicago, embracing the
We have also in stock a Full and Com
plete Line of BAWD and STRINGED IN
STRUMENTS and Sheet Music. Our fa
cilities for meeting the Retail Trade are
unsurpassed.
WEBER,
WHEELOCK,
ROOT & SONS
Clough & Warren
and the
Standard
DENTISTRY. ,
DR. DAY, 133 “, H *
Boo 4 C! E RUBBER OR
BSISD mmSb celluloid.
Filfing Dest, Oiic-Qiiarlcr Old Rates.
Also tic ouly practical teeth WITHOUT A PIRATE.
.Lower Suction Plate* which never loosens while
talking or eating.
Vitalized Air iof pas'), chloroform, ether free for
painless extracting; 20 years’ practice. Office open
Sunday forenoon. All work guaranteed;■
ULi-
JOHNNY LAMB
George. Freeman Gives "His tes.
timony Regarding the
Burglary.
Pete Stevens and Paddy Guerin in
Town—Pete Contented with
His lot.
The court-room was comfortably Ailed yestep.
day morning at the openlngof tho fourth day of
tho Lamb trial. The counsel woreallonhaad
very promptly, and court was opened at In
o'clock.
STRIKING OUT TESTIMONY
iJeforo the jury were brought into court
Mr. Forest moved to have so much of
testimony of Peter Ott, both on the direct and
cross examination, os relates to the presence of
John Lamb in Oil’s saloon on the morning of
Oct. I, 1878, stricken out. He also moved to
strike out from said testimony all reference to
the presence of Lamb at tho saloon on the
afternoon of that day, claiming: that such
testimony was entirely irrelevant, as it
did not connect the defendant with the com*
.mission of the crime for which he was on trial.
After tho motions were argued by the defense
tho Court overruled them, without having
beard the prosecution, holding that tlve persons
were charged with having committed a..crime,
and it was material for the Btato to show that
these live men were acquainted with each other,
and bud on previous occasions met together.
' The prosecution then called
. 'OFFICER HOWARD LAUGUL.IN,
who swore that be bad known Joan Lamb for
.tljopast seven or eight years. On the night of
Oct; 4.1878. be tried to And Lamb on the West:
and Northwest side. On the 12tb be and Officer
Kelly arrested Lamb at a saloon on eighteenth
street, near the railroad track, when Lamb said,
‘•Well;-boys, you’ve got me. I am glad thli
thing la over.” When asked what be meant, faa
told the officers chat they knew, ft
was the shooting of chat officer.
GEORGE FREEMAN
was sworn, and said he was known here u
George Freeman, but his right narae.was Georgs
Cudey. He was bora in Mannheim, Germany,
and came to this country In 1838; be had known-
Lamb for several years, since about 1873; hebad
dune “ business” with him In Illinois, lowa,and
Wisconsin. He was at the store of Jalfrayon
Fifth avenue Sept. 30 tp look over the tnound
lor the purpose of robbing tho place. He was
at a saloon on Clark and Kinzie streets with
Durphy and Lamb on the night of Oct.
3, 1878, when Durphy told Lamb that
they had a, “job” and wanted Lamb
to take a band in it. Lamb wanted to know
what could be done with the goods, and was
cold that the gang bad a man—a Saceney-woo
would buyauytbihg taken to him. Lamb ob*
jected to buying anything to do with a sueeney.
or Jew. as they were ail “give-aways.” It was
•arranged how they should get the arms, tools.*
aud horse and wagon. They met again in the
evening and went to me store, where the door
was tried and a skeleton key was broken, after
which they went around on'the side and tried
one of the grates over a basement window, and
found it wiis easily raided. Durphy wanted to
** go through ” tho store then aud there, and
each man take an armful of goods and jump
into u street-cur, but the crowd opposed that
scheme, aud they went north and
separated. Before separating Lamb tried to
borrow some money from some of the boys to
pet him something to eat, and, tindlngno money
in the crowd, he got desperate, aud said, “ t
would kill a man tonight fora hundred dollars!**
The next meeting was at Peter Oil's saloon tho
next morning, when some of the boys reported'
having seen a dork go into the store ana open
it up, and that no one slept in the store. That
uoon tncy ail had dinner at a restaurant corner
of La Ssillc .iud L ike. ‘ They went to Ot> s saloon
about 5 o’clock, andwberi the wagon came which
they had engaged they all starred to the store.
Dennis and Durphy were let through tho
grate, while Lamb and be watched
outside. Driscoll was stationed at Madison and
Fifth avenue to watch for the police- After
awnilo Driscoll came up, and, not bearing any-,
thing from the boys inside. Lamb and Driscoll
opened the grate and lot bun in. After they
saw tho flare of tho night watchman’s iampttey
opened one of tue sale doors and asked Lamb
and Driscoll for me wagon. They said it was a:
Franklin and Washington. Ho..left tbestoro
and pot it. Lamb stood at the horse’s head
while the others piled the goods into tho wagon.
ON CKOSS-KXAMINATION.
Freeman said be was tlrst convicted In Pitts
burg. in 15T5. for burglary and sent to prison for
sixteen months. He began bis criminal career
in Chicago in J>*l. ana bad spent about two
tbirdsof Ills timcfciiice then in prison. He had
taken part in seven or eight burglaries and as
uninv larcenies. He was last arrested lo 6t*
Paul’ for burglary. During tbo twenty-five
days between tbd.laffrar burglary and his ar
rest in St. Paul he had commuted two burflrli
r.es and one larceny. He denied having bad to
n!n a wav from La Crosse tor having attemoted to
kill an ollicer. .Lesser Friedberg hrst started tto
J affray burglary, and spoke to witndss about it.
Auer* the goods were loaded Dennis and is
drove to Eidridge court, where be left'tts
wagon iu charge of Dennis, Lamb, and Durpkv
while he went io notify Friedborg that the goods
were ready for him. and he and Dennis drove op
to the store. He left for St. Puu lon Saturday
afternoon, but before going be borrowed sons
money from John Morris and §5 from Paddy
Guerin. He did not tell Guerin or anybody elsa
that he had killed Ollicer Kace. He admitted
that he bad been led to believe that the State
would not prosecute him if he turned States
evidence. tr
The court thenadjourned until 10 b clockiloa
day morning.
PETEK STKVENS AND “ PADDY ” GCERIS,
who arc to testify in behalf of the defendant,
arrived from Juliet during Friday'nleht m
charge of two of Geu. Mann’s deputies, and
were'found yesterday by a Tribune reporter m
the boys* ward of the County Jail. Stevens
looks aoont the same as when he loft the jail
two and a half years ago, but is perhaps a little
heavier. He was dressed in a neat, dark suit of
citizen’s clothes, and had very much the appear
ance of a little gentleman. He gave th« re
porter a hearty reception, and made inquiry
after many of his bid friends. He said he wis
u clerk in the office of the stockmg-manufao
torv, was kept very busy daring business’heart,
and that the time had passed away very rapidly
with him. Ho had no complaints to lodge
against anybody, but bad made up his mind to
serve hi 3 sentence as faithfully as he could, *M
come out with a good prison record. He said ha
saw Angell frequently, and that be was ab
solutely indifferent to all the outside world, ana
his conduct would lead any one to believettot
ho would not turn bis b:md to secure a pardon,
now that bis faiher-lh-law bad secured an otufir
from the courts changing tbo name of his littw
girl—the left binding him to this worw.
Peter said no had not anticipated coming »
Lhicago, and was give but on hour’s notice ts
get ready. . . ... .
Guerin was the very picture of health, ana
saidbe was never better in’bis life. Hesaiu llß
was at work In the dresscd-stbne departmeou
and frequently saw A 1 Reinkc, whb w *s
oliiceof that department. He, too. said heOM
not thought of coming to Chicago until. wltmn
an hour of starting. Neither of them
highly grutifled at the opportunity of returntw
at this time. They will not go back b«o»
Wednesday or Thursday.
MILK.
A Decided Increase In the Retail PrlW*
A subject of considerable importance
housekeepers and one in which a large, aw
growing portion of the community feci the deep*
cst interest bits copie prominently to the front
within the past fdftr days. For years past it W*
heen the custom of milk-dealers to give to the*,
customers in exchange forsl, pood and I** l ."
money of the United States, sixteen tlcke«,
each good for one quart of milk. Butaie*
days ago the dealers pretty generally throutfr
Out the city notified the consumers l bat here*
after fourteen tickets only could ; 5
bought for 100 cents. An advance in
12*4 per cent ought to be about enough for ow
jump, but a further increase is threatened, ago
the general understanding is that on or peioro
N’ov. 1 the scale of prices will be fixed at.tweir*.
quart tickets for a dollar.
A Thibunk, reporter yesterday Interim*®®
several representatives of the dairy interest “““
discovered that they were a unit on the quw*;
tion of advancing rates. Some had already mg*
so, and others were taking ho new customer*
at tho old figures. They sfated u®*-
the milkmen bad no - organization
or union for the purpose of fixing prices. aj»
that the advance had been forced upon them ny
tho farmers. The latter plead the drouth, wj
scarcity of feed, and the high price c£.® ut is,
as their excuses, and have recently
vanced tho price of milk to the retail®"
The price per can of eight gralloaa r
been $1.15, but now is said to he $1.35, ana*
after Xov.lit will be $1.45. or 16H cents PJJ
gallon. Twelve tickets for a dollar will giro
inllkmen SJH cents per gallon, or abcut«P**;
cent profit on the cost price. This looks a img;
steep, but by cutting the babies down tons**,
allowance,-and liberally diluting the
finid with the : product of .Lake Michigan, »■
public may perhaps be able to get out even- •
Bangle* Seized by Justice*
A few years ago considerable consternation
disgust, and .anger were provoked among
students of Tale College, br'tbe arrest of some JJ;
tbeir number who were cugagegl at the
their apprehension In the
centpustime of .serenading, a girl’s rboartjJJ'';-
school. A similar though still raoreaggravdtJJh
abuse of power was perpetrated In the
Village of Santa Clara, Cal., on a recent evenfflj*;
Four young ladies of that town were seigf.
In the net of serenading their male friends or*
longing to the Santa Clam College, and deMUJ?
their protestations, tears, and fears
actually hauled before a magistrate In the «»■»;.
of night and compelled to deposit their jewe«J
as security fora Une of $5.50 Imposed on
member of the party.' The citizens of San
afad Santa Clara were roused to a
pitch of indignation when, these facia bccafflf{
known, and were only slightly appeased by «Jv
withdrawal ftf the complaint and the rotuni, 8 ?.
Wl9 Jeffolry,

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