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- .- ———
, (WMIB aii.muuu m^UMw
~ OCf stock UN HAND NOV. I.
. /jiil/i'. Piekfli.
tjjjjg, mwftKO 44.1M.7tQ SJUMHU
by TKIiTfIGttAPU.'
rouniGX.
BMttol IHtvnleh to Tht CMtaoo TVtturw.
Uvcurool, Nov. 1,’.-ll::Ha. iu.-Kl.oUlt-No. 1, Un
R ?.ul““vho»l-Wlnlor, No. 1.11, 1.1 l N0.10,M,|
' v- 0 |.ii)*Ms No. 2, iNtM: white. Nu. 1, llsld]
Sfctiwwifi club, No. I, IliUdl Nu.u, llsld. Corn
,'irlt-738. Lard—Ms Ud.
iivkhiimiL-Nov. 13.—I'orlc—Prime mess Kastorn.
i,lll its. I *' Wcsiern dull at 755. llacm-O. V. steady
ta.' Bu. "I«'idy «t aisj tr. ateady at 4ita: H. r.
liiJralOH. Ilams-L. U. Hrinor at Wl. Hhonlders
nil &t ;m. l.ard—l'rlino Western dull at Ms Cd.
a-hMI-Hurliuf No. » steady at IDs 7dj No. I white
iKiJf nt IW 4*ll whiter steady at IIS 2d. Com—
uif.ij iiull at l^.
uvuueuuuNov. li-liiwp. n:.-ltocolpu of wheat
{cMbepa.it lliruo days. 2SS.UUU cunlats, 12U.UU bslug
ZS. Sot. 13.—I’ETHObKlMl—HeUnod. «!4d.
ITHKKSTISK— Spirit*, 4-’S.
Astwkki*. Not. 16.-l»BTlloi.l«Ml-Mt4f.
IhefiilloaliiswererucelTOdbyllis Chlongo Hoard
'VfvTlo-ooi.. Not. 15.— Wheat In fair domund und
Sf n BdmiuVr.lDiWi No.'JM'rlmr. I|M ul: No.lldu,
ijT l orn not iuul'li lining. Curguos olf roust-Wheat
■»>dr' No, i ii'CiiiK mtu red winter advanced JU.
wnmilur ('UHlrn dnellnml Ski. for the
i tilted Kinidom mid Conllnont—W lihul tain corn
nniJ-rau 1 . ’l'" urrlvn—Whoal mid corn In fair do*
SwS uad Arm. I'«rk, 75*. Laid dull ut is* Gd.
Slsin-ld>nif clear Ud higher, at 4M: short clear lid
tarter, at I.**. Tallow dull untl ild.lowur, at 41s.
CbV*edull and a* lower, nl fti*. Ileef. Ills.
ijjMion. Not. 15.-I.lv»;iMMioi,-Wlioat flnm corn
nkcr qaii'ior. Maiik LANK-Caraoea oir roasl-
Wbtstitasdyt fair avumuo N«». J spring. MsMlmWss
f»if»?»rmuireil wloior.sl.iCd. l.’orn rather easier:
iitfiieraw Amerlean mixed. 7.1807 M Ud. Carsues un
luiixt-Wbeat unO corn rtrui.
NKW YOIIK.
Aerial DtiimUh to The c/Utaeo Tribune,
jit*- voitK. Nnv. 13,-0 iia in—'Wheat—Hpoculnllva
dfilioo In winter whom to a fair Aggregate. Prices,
thif Kilning a triiio In the surlier transactions, mam
rmwsy. and declined on No. *rcd for early dollv
•tr about He. and on opUnns recoded fully
iqqto pzr lu. ns intlucncod by the stundlty
drpratiliiK reports (mm tho West. Cable advices
«vr« also deemed loos satisfactory. The latest
tnullnclndicated n strung range of quotations, on the
option rallying about HOftu per bu. The export
numaenl wos comparatively fair, the purchases
baring Icon made In good part late la tho day.
>9.1 whim wheat wns very scarce and wanted fur
early delivery and brought higher prions. In Imanncos
iboutho por lu- Options on No. 1 white continued
In practical neglect and unsettled. Spring wheat at
tracted mire attention from shippers near the
do*#, and ruled about steady. Pules reported of
LPtuTO bu No. 3 red, now rules, si f 1.44
iUiH.el»iingalll.4il« asked, and (1.41 bids do No
miMr.now rules,at t1.43J{91.44Hit cloning at fl.lJJtft
becemtisr. new rules, at 51.43ni.47, doling at 11.
W; do January, now rules, nt 11.48>391.41%, closing
February, now rules, nt H.SdJ 191.33)4,
cirtln|alllJP4bldi do steamer gradokit 91.40; No. It
ltd st 11.4091.40*; ungraded at 91.2591.45,
it In quality] (putted In store and delivered
■tntatll.r.’9l.44): No.*JMilwaukee spring afloat at
IIU; 3 spring it191.33W91.5d. the latter rate dollv
tied; ungraded spring at 11.117 In sturo. (.'orn offered
new freely, utid bas declined. In the instance of No.
IslkiuUislUc per bd on n moderately aatlvo move
oeot. Sales were reported of 1.333,000 bu. Mixed
Wtitcrn ungraded ut 3U9tftto. os to quality and
ruDdlUun; new crop (cur-lots) at tUACZc;
N«« Vork steamer mixed, nmnlnnit No. 2 white at
Pi) Mew York yellow at 7S«?JWo. Oats In loss active
dtmind und generally a trills cheaper. Hates report
rdn( bd.au bu whits Western ungraded at 604t3.5c, as
W quallir; mixed Western ungraded nt 45fc50c;
(potted went at 4d9tß*o); white Htats
it ttmuSc; mixed State at Gl93'Jo;
Ma.J Chicago nominal. Ityo has boon In good re
liant, chiefly for shipment, attirm prices. Htato sold
uluititiuoiyi nesr-b) stuck In lots at lUc9fl.Ul; an
other bost-losd of Canada In bond at ILRItf. Parley
-A moderate demand nolud at previous prlcss.
Four-rowed Hints sold at t1.W01.U3, lbs latter for
cDolct; Mo, 1 Canada last sold at 11.13] choice do at
II Wi Mo, Z Canada at 11.13.
PaorlHtoNS-A moderately active business report
•llnihollns of hog products, chlolly in Western
tusmlsnl for'furward dell Tory, at however Irregular
udyenerally lower prices. Western moss pork in
nwilsmio request for early delivery and quoted
c P."h'KaMlWitWll.ft, Other Kinds neglects
v7,*Sf unsettled, ami in the option lino dull.
fantwV opUl, '‘ , A‘-‘. ,u * 6o ® ,7 * 7S ' December #1117.50
ti?ioi J r, n fSi l / ,al ♦•WU.iuirt February at Him. Cut
SS5!v.Eic n r /fittest at about former quotations.
Md ,n ?h! ? n<i rre « ular - Dong clear quotodaiPtfo
c . ,c ‘ nr nuoted at Wo; Western
ult ,vuclocl less aitontton for early
'V WB . r prices, closing at HUm
iaairt*S*t ct i«“ ,n 1,10 °wbon line, loss freely dealt
ffiWU°7. #r rat . oa * wlth November options
«11 nu December at 111.4754, seller the year
yirih%nS-‘u u 7 ?. 1 •y,‘® 7 M‘ February at 111.7754,
Tai i i Aut 1 » l »»•«•*• and May at 11106.
•weforprlino 6 ** ucl wltlt sales In loust 711-1(50
rl L f»iir^, l , t ,* w ». u lnoro on the bests of Bo
V*flV Bn i . u#cuvni . ,o .‘. y “ lu * of centrifugal at
Ksifi’nJi*^ 0 ? °*»onttally uuebangod.
iwtarthtnUuii/i'inA 1, “‘Ojomont renored. chiefly In
«tV JiritmS, Vi 1 no and for tlie gram trade, at how-
V*t 1 t l } tmiencos somowbat weaker, rates.
i iV ,r f9 (1 , engagements Included
tieunSrt ,a( V J 7or through freight, and
i|L;uj^[‘il l l^ rao r‘ “ low ns Ist local shipments
TOLatf-.W.' wn, 'L‘ ,41l provisions, la
MunlmSVow U'lSsiM! I^Ol “ l “ , tt,ld bT oulporl
Kiw ,r f! Urn AuoelaUH Prat,
fuiartsiS.ia^ 0 /* “--horroy-iSailor at 11t4013540i
JwiuLrr'mu, 7 , 1 vJ.M Te,ub ®r\ 11-llc* Dooomborlll.Blo
lihei U.i - cOfuary, 13.3Uuj March. llUiot April,
luie. 8jr * u * f77ci June, U.TJci July, tltuot August,
k^ißDer J Hti l (n rac ?, lp ai,M5 brlat exports, ROOO
V) »(hia P Bii i ra lt a’,m??A<rv I common
*uuMshsai lo choice, Is.butta.wi
H Lutai . 117 1 extra Ohio, 14.84ttT.75i
ttlOj. u * Minnesota patent process; tabu
,ower * c,0Bln « dull and
stgrsdel »urin!/ W 1 P*?} 1 /*** non# rcporlodi
’nuutiiJit'ktMl"* ,J7 * Np. 3 Milwaukee, 11,4Ut No. II
g’nixed” win?«°J steamer No, 3 do,
I ti: No i in l , flr .‘« ungraded, white,
Hd Niiml?,®' sales of IH,UU) PU at 11.41Wtt1.4J:
ooiiM ~ | T £2 b * r > sales W.UAJ bu at IMJWwMtw!
‘■CUl.u c i«lni ut 4JO.IJUJ bu at
to fcq it ii tJiSfi January, sales of Bill
«isss
OtiuhmiiJanuary, luj{ar/o, oiuslna at
“■ r “' ,m bu '
.tkoctiJ va U J , . d J ,,, s n< ls sirongi too.
I* ll »i*4 utuh o imnrt U unchanged. Huger
ItSSlX—Onl H 1 7 tl*l'«/tj|lo,
a j‘ I < l|*j ,lch angod.
tco»iiJ'f*-Dull ana lowurt 66c,
i very ttrin aIKTatTWo.
S»* „ new OULEANH
J*** 0 - 0»u qulati 640J7C.
Ml. "talari now, |a.»<*uoj eholes.lMO*
hlK ? or| » 13 -»«ia-W- l*ard-De*
."‘thu Lwcslnds^ »«•<>. WH«i3«°, keg. 13« o.
*'«*f rib , inBBr “i •houidsra. packed. TMoi
ft* B ** u 25p C r*ib r, iol^®!< ft , u »«»« Outet!
iSgftw un LiJuL }^* y L lo,lBClo » r - lOMo: «o
tirti?- M i! tt, « ,Wrn rcoilHad, lUoaLIQ.
kar-ftfifAi 11 ? t f^ w 4 e, i onllnarr 10
•U/common vw ■ •!ff IH,8 ”*’ r * ul * tu choice
v , »iuiiitP,?|! ll i' A,,ltl ' l “niA.
«SSalsS.“Jfr clu,lc * f*»ll7,n«i
u Mlime«oi* patent pruc
«u*ia^^y b ttl >ur dull and unchanged.
‘ „ w *»wbHMloi bo.Swtms.
~ ***f-4U»a, sxtra India, f.
a. h.mia Moss pork. IW.cmH-Vl. Ibims-Kmotiftd.
9iy.An. laird—Keltic. (12 no.
Hl’TTlill-Klnn fur eliuieqi (itlior* (lull.
Emu*- Wcsiei ii fresh quiet, 21 vJi*o, as to quality.
niKKHii-iMin mill niieimugmi.
Pimmi.KiMi—Nominally unchanged.
WinsKV-gtUuii ii.ii.
HWHiPTH-Flour. ft.Wl brlsi wheat, 6,000 bin corn.
IXliUbu: oats, lii,ml ini,
miii’UKNttf-Wiioiu, win i»u.
n»<ro*.
Hostov. Nov. 15.—Fimui-fiiosdyi Western super*
itne, M.7AV.VBM cmtnmiii extras. (.UMuUlij Wisconsin
extras, fft.7VA7.Uli Minnesota extras. |i1.00«7.7ai wlnlof
wheels. tt.7.V»?.M for Ohio, Michigan, and tmllnnni
77.2503.011 for Ml. Imuls And ItllnoHt tmtonl nprltitr
wheals, HODitAttD do winter, 17.50(94.00.
HliAiN—Corn quid but llrni. UaW firm. Ryn
clear and extra clear. 12U.U1
wtJ.Mi. Hoof steady, Lard, UHOI2KC. llmnt—Sinokod,
IPAIJKO.
lluttkii—.Moderate ilainnndi choice creameries. 3:1
ailftct fair and good, 2.Vg.«)oi choice Indio backed. llWs
aw: common mid good, PKaltiv.
Eous-ln falrnoimind, .
other* unchanged.
UiicHllta-Kloiir. H.mo brl*. 4.FW sacks: corn, M.OOO
but whunu IT.OJlliiii oat*.Hl,winbu.
Hini'jiKNTa-Flour, tjj brln corn, WWW but wheat,
B.WJ bu.
st. units.
Hr. I.nt’i*. Nov. lA—Kt.oflt-I.owrri XXX. fAilj-O
ft.mt funilly. M.UMfn.aii eliolro to fancy. I 1.2V97.00.
(Hl.MX—Whmii dull mid lownh No, 3 red. Il.:tty<«
I. cash. ll.Wiai.itTf* tiocomLur. n.HQ>l..tiK ,tnnn>
nry, IMDMI.WK Kchrunrri No. a do. ll.y7Mei.l7t Nn.
4dti, fl.lllDS a*kod. Corn dull mid lowurj Ui!((.iltlUn
cash. «VSH-tillJio tiGcuiiiber. January, Ollfrj)
(Wso Kobnmry. Oifwitta May. Onta loworj 44)(MtlUu
Cflali, Heconibor, 4Uu January.
fttuy. Uru ()iiloli Uarloy Unvbanvod.
I.UAll—gilhU ill N.HU.
licrrcit—linohamrcd.
KiIUK-Unchanuml,
winnKV-guii‘tnili.ui.
I'lKivimoNa-Flrm and unchanßCdt only Jobblmr
trado dnltitf.
Kncuin'M—Kloiir, 7.000 hrlis whom.9,o*l but corti,
Zi.uu but oatfl. 11.000 out rye. lUJU bu: barley, uu.uuu
bit.
smiii’Mksth—Kinur, lAOOU brim whom. bin
corn. lO.UJU bui uau, Cl.uuj but rro, T.UM bn: barley,
noun.
Arrttuvoo.v HoAim-Whoni ll.mw Docmuhor.
11. .laminry, IMII4 Knhnmry, Corn hlulior: hfto
Dccembor, (Lho Jnmmry. Mo bid February, <l#{e May.
milwaukick!
Mir.WAUKKE, Wls., Nov. 13.-Fl.ouu-gulo» and uu*
chamied.
(liiain—Wheat weak: oliinod (Inneri No. 3 Milwau
kee hard nominal! No. 3 Milwaukee, 11.7J1 Norntnbor,
11.?.q December. 11/Rtyt: Jammry, Kobnmry,
tUIH: March, April, ll.iiPti: No. Ii .Milwaukee
nominal: No. 4,and rejected nominal. Cum cutel:
uaslcr: No. 3,Ki!<t(*. Oats scarce and wanted: No. I .’. 45
84.%e. Ityo lit fair demand! No, I. II.UL Harley dull:
weaker: No. 3 spring, cash, und November and De
cember. Il.uu.
I'novisioxs-Kiwlor. .Mess pork, fin. 73 cash mid
NoTemher: M7.3U .laniinrT. Prime steam lard. 111.40
cash and November: (11.45 Januurr.
Moos—l.uwer and In lulr deinandt (f«.7lk»fi.'Jj,
KIUiUJIITH-Wlieat lo Hugalu, xUe.
IlM’isma-Fluor, 15.UU0 brls: wheat, 24.000 but corn,
lAIUJbu.
Smp.UKNTS-Ftuur, lAUUObfIS! wheat, 17,0U0but corn,
12.UU0 bu.
CINCIVNATf.
CINCINNATI, Nov. lA,—CnrruN-Dulett
Fi.oirn—Quiet and unehanged.
UllAlN—Wheateauler: No. 2 red winter, 11.3tk31.40.
Corn |n good demand dt full prleus: Nn.2 mixed. U7M
U7!<C. Data easier: No. 3 mixed. 40840HU. Ityutlrmi
II.UI. Uarloy drm: No. 2 full, II.IX
PllDVlsiuNS—Pork (pilet but limit SIX3V4IB.AO. Lard
easier: (11:33. Hulk tatcata llrms shoulders, To; clear
rib, be. Ilaeon source ulid tlrrm shoulders, Vo: clour
rib. U9fo: clear, 1 1 We,
VVIIIKK v Active, tlrm, and higher, at 11.10: combi*
tinllon sales of dnishod goods. I,cm brls. on the basis
ofll.ll).
HiriTmi— Flnitcr: creamery, U7u: choice Western
llesurve, 20e; choice Central Ohio, 200.
TOIjKDO.
Toj.Sdo, Nov. 15.—OUAtM—Wheat wotkt No. 3 red.
•pot, IIJKJf; December, lI.US; .luntmry. 11.40; Feb
ruary. 11.43* nsksd. Corn weak No. 3, stmt, UtWa
asked; your. Wo; January, C3e tskodi May, UTJ-fo.
Uats—Nothing doing.
th.ortk—Whent weak; No. 3 rod and November.
1U791 naked; December. lUffHashedt .Inmiary.
February.9l.4lM. Corn weak: N 0.3 und November, tPo
iisksdi December, iMHc; year, Ole uskvdt January.
UZWalml. IV>o Hiked; May, 1.7 c.
ItecKiPTH— I Wheat, M.UUJ but corn, 14.030 bu; oats.
4.UM bu.
Hint'MCNTS—Wheat, P.OOU bu; corn, 31,000 bu; oats,
1.000 bu.
BALTIMORE.
UAT.TIMOitR. MU.. Nov. 13.—Fl.utm—More active
and unchanged,
(MiAls—Wheat-Western easy. Oats firm. Ityo
dull.
HAY—Firmer at 00,00353.03.
PltovinioNg—(Jalot and liras.
IJUTTUU—Choice scarce and Armor; Western grass,
18ft330.
Kuan— Firmer and wanted at 39933 c.
I’imiOT.KlTM—Dull.
(Jimi’KimiH—Coffee dull and easy. Sugar quiet.
WlllHKV—Nominal.
FlißKiMTH—Oulot and linn,
immiprn—Flour, tutu brisi wheat. 03,000 but corn.
IILOUU but oats. 7.7tubu; rye. 330 bu.
HiftPMKNTK—'Wheat, Jh.l'/J bu; corn. 12.203 bu.
HAlks—Wheat, 63,5uu but corn. izo.wo bu.
IiOUIBVII-.DK.
l.omflvu.l.K, Nov. IB.— Cotton— Firm; ll)fc.
Fi.outt—Steady and llrmer; extra. 93.3395.30; extra
family, 13.7390.00; A No. ), td.3U9U.73: choice fancy,
97.7391133.
(ItiAiN-Wheat steady; Corn easier; No. 3
white. TUo; do mixed, bTc. Oats steodr; No. 3 white,
19ci do mixed, 47e. llyetlrraert No. 3,11.1091.13.
PitoviHiuNH-Purkund lurd nondnsl. Hulk wests
firm; shqutdors, none; clear rib. 19.30; clear sides,
rj.tu. Bacon—None In market. Uauis-Uugar-oured,
U tt r< UiHicY—Ulgbor; ft.IO.
I’EOUIA.
I'EontA, 111., Not. 16.-GtiAiN-Corn leasyt high
mixed, OlklAdIWo: mixed, UUWMillc. Oats steady »t 460
ttfco. Uye turn and blghort No. a. ll.o3Kfel.Ui.
Whisky—Firm at Sl.il for Mulshed guilds.
itKCKii > TB—Wheat, i.itwom corn, J7,uis tms oats.
10,5k] but rye,U2sbut barley, l.iftubu.
HiiiHUitNTß—Wheat, nonoi cum, 33,61)0 but oats,
11,875 but rye, I.WJU but barley, none.
KANSAS CITV.
fipsciol DUpdteh (e Tht ChUaoo TVfbuns.
Kansas City, Nov. 15.-GUAI.v-The Prlrt Gamut
reporter Wheal—liecaipts Sf.tiOJ but sblpmonts, 25,877
but market weak] No. 4. cash, ftWi December, WWai
No. S, oash.ll.aij December. lI.WWr No. 2. cash. 11.21|
December. lI.Jlj No. 1. cash, It.JC. Corn—Ueoulpla,
17,11X1 but shipments, 11,TUI but luwert No. 8, cash,
oOWct December, UUWo.
DBTROIT.
DCTnorr, Mloh., Nor.. 15,-Ki.uuu-Unohangod.
GltAlN—Wheat easier and quiott No, 1 white, cash,
November, and year, 11.34Wi December, ll.Us‘<l Jan
uary, lI.JTWi February, lI.SUWi March, f 1.411 No. 3 red.
11.87 bids N 0.3 white.|l,W.
Kkoxipth-Wheat, U,uu bn,
BUIPMSNTS—Wheat, 47,tW bu.
BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Spttiai Dl*pat(l\ to Ttu Chicago IVltruni*
8L01v.111., Nov. 16,—Th« market fur butter today
was brisk, with a further advance and lively demand
at 87c, with limited offerings. Hales on the hoard of
Trade. 10,030 lbs creamery butter at aVjJTo-all but
one tale at the higher figures lie boxes part skim
cheese at tWhio*
BUFFALO.
PirrrAi.o. N. Y« Nov. J3.-G«AIN-Wheat neg
•otedt No. lhard Duluth held at 11.55. Corn quiets
sates, JO.UXI bu No. 3 at 05)<0( hlih mixed atUllic.
Oats nominal. .
Canal FitkiauTS—Weak at BHo for corn.
INDIANAPOLIS.
INDIANAPOMB, Nov. 15.-OUAlN—Wheat flrmt lI.IM
ttUff. Cornhrmj Oata steadn ssatUo.
OSWBQO.
Oswaoo, Nov, 15.—GRAIN—Whootqulet. Coro In
active. .
WOOL.
JiusTUK, Nov. 15.—Woob-riioady und Arms Ohio
and Pennsylvania ttßOtios, 4161450 i Allchlgan and Wis
consin, 43tttJci medium and No. 1 Ohio andillchlgun
Qouces. 1594801 oomuing delaine tlouces, 47ft500i tin
wosiiea combing, HliiiSlat imllud, asttsUo.
IMllt.Anai.l'lllA. Nov. 15.—Wool,—(Julel, bulstoadyi
Ohio. Pennsrlvanla. and West Virginia XX und above,
4.10440! extra. 4)ltt4foi uiodtum. 4taU'ei. coarse. SBtt
40oj New York. Michigan, Indiana, and Western tine,
4UsXhn medium, 47u48ct course. 87<UTHui wastiea
delaine, 4MHUoi unwashed do, 37tt»oi pulled,
COTTON
NSW OItt.KANB, Nov. 15.-C'UTroN-Qalsti middling.
HHsi lew middling. URoi good ordinary. lUHot net re
ceipts, 10,(Ui bslest gross, ll.BAj exports to Great
Urlluln T,fiO)| sales. tt,UUU| stock, 318,000,
QALVaatoN, Nor. 15.—Oottun—6'iriui middling.
11J40: low middling, Hot goud ordinary, lUs4ei net
receipts, 1.50 U bales) exports coastwise. I,3U)| sales,
2JWi stock. 87,me.
Hr. i.uuih, hur. 15.-CorroN-Hteady} middling.
HMot sales. I.&uu balssi racolpw. 2,tuut sblpuums.
Bju){ stuck, 60,iuu. ______
Petroleum,
IDtAuruuii. P»„ Nov. Id.—pgritoMUM—Market
ateady, but quiet) opened at B3Koi bisbest,Slei low
United cerUncates eaaleri closed at sjftoi rehued.
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THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE: W
ALDRICH AND ISAACS.
The Supreme Court Comes to Their
Aid and Helps Them Out of
a Hole.
1 lio Judgment of tlia Lower Court Uo<
TOfsotl ami tlio (Jiuo ito* .
imtmlud*
An Interesting Decision on the Sub*
ject of Receiving Stolon
Property.
The Detective and (he Pawnbroker Had but
One Purpose: To Return the
“ Swan.”
AmoiiK the decision* recently delivered by
the Supreme Court of Clio H’lnto w«* one rovers*
tnx (ho Judirment In the Crlmlmil (Imirt of Cook
County, in tlio ense of Isano* and Aldrich, con*
vloicdof rocflvlmr tbo "*wnjy" In tlio Morrow
Jowolry-rolibury caao, and rcmnniltnc tlio oniise.
This, with one exception, Is tho only decision
Hint hits yet been delivered In this country on
tho peculliir point* involved, and Is therefore
published In lull. Tho decision wns delivered
'by Cliluf*.lU9tlco CntlK. and 1* tm follows:
Till* wns un Indictment in tho Crhiilnnl Court
of Cook Comity iumlihi Charles Aldrich mid
Kmnnuel Isaacs for larceny. In iwo of tho
counts It wuS charged in tho Indictment Unit lor
their own irutn und to prevent tho owners from
ngain possessing their property Iho defendants
did buy, receive, and uni in concerning the goods
of certain named pursuim, lately before fclo*
nloußly stolon.lho defendants well knowing they
were stolen. Tho Jury before whom the causu
wns tried returned a verdict of guilty of rceolv*
lug stolen properly, unit found the property to
bn of tho value of 9<UN*). Tho court overruled a
motion for a now trial and rendered Judgment
on tho verdlut, mid the defendants sued out this
writ of error. In order to obtain it ebmr under*
standing of the questions presented by tbo rec
ord. a brief statement of tho foots sooms neces
sary.
THE FACTS.
On Friday night, Nov. 3d, I WO, four parsons—
Mika llnncr. Nick Manor. Ilcnnml Hchtoedor,
und Mntbotv Ash—stole a trunk from the C’llf
ton House. In Uhlcmro, belonging to J. 11. Mor
row, which contiilncii Jewelry belonging to
Katun & Fans amt Krnest Tbmnu, of Now \ ork,
of (be value or from $7,000 to fS.UUJ. Morrow
hod tbo goods for solo mt agent of (ho owners.
On tho night the trunk was stolen one of the
tnlevea—Mike tinner—told tho defendant.
Isaacs, whowut h pawnbroker In Uhltnigo, that
ho bml u <|immlty of Jewelry for sale, and of
fered to sell to the delmidiuit, but he declined to
buy. Manor desired tho defendant (o see tbo
goods, which ho promised to do nt a future
day. On the following Hominy Isaacs,
lit company with Matter, went to a room where
tho latter tmd the goods concealed, and looked
them over, and wus offered tho property for SUJd
nr S7OO. Isaacs declined to buy. but told him not
to bo in a burry—be would talk to him next day.
On Haturday night,before this occurred,defend
ant Aldrich, a policeman, and one I.evlwcroHt
Isaacs' place, and. tho robbery having boon meu
tloncn, Isaacs remarked that he could bnvo had
tbu goods for n small sum of money. After
obtaining this Information from Inane*. Aldrich
aud l.evl conceived the scheme to recover tho
property and return It to tho owners through
Isaacs. On Monday a meeting was had between
Aldrich mid Mumiwaltbo Union National Marik
In tho presence of I’lnkertnii, where Aldrich wmt
employed as special policeman, which lesnlted
in an arrangement that Aldrich should obtain
the goods belonging to Tlioma fur S7OO, or less
If bo could without disclosing the name of tho
person with whom bo should dual, and without
.reward to himself save only tho reputation
which he mitlelpnied would follow tbo transac
tion us a deleellve of stolon property. Ou tbo
tollowlna Wednesday Morrow paid over to Aid
rich 1700 on the guarantee of the Vice-
President of the Union National Manic that tho
goods or money should bu returned. Ou tbo
same day Aldrich paid over to Levi $(!»oftho
money, to be paid to tho party who had«tbu
goods through Isaacs, who ulono knew such
party. Out of the money thus received by l.evl
bu paid over S4.VJ to Isaacs. Thu S4.VJ Isaacs
paid to Hauer, who hail Urn goods, as lie tustl
lied; but Ilaner says ho only received ol Isaacs
?IUO. However that may he, mum tbo payment
of tbo money to Mailer, ou Wednesday evening,
no took the goods mid, in company with Isauos,
curried them to n cigar store and barbershop ou
Stale street. Thun Isaac's uotllled l.nvl where
tbo goods could be found, and ho notified Al
drich, who went to ibe piaun designated, found
the goods, and, within ten minutes,curried them
In unopen packages precisely as ho had found
thorn, to tho Clifton Mouse and delivered thorn
to Morrow. Manor represented to Isaacs that
tbo packages returned contained all tho goods
which had been, stolen—those belonging to
Katun Si Fans, and also those belonging to
T bourn—nnu Isaacs and Aldrich both understood
this to bo the ease; but upon a subsequent ex
amination. It Is claimed, tuoro was a shortage of
some sl,;ui). Those are, lu brief, tbo substan
tial facts, ns we understand tbo testimony.
I n tbo argument, a number of questions have
been presented In regard to tho admission and
exclusion of evidence, but wo have concluded
to basu our decision ou
TIIK MKItITB OF THK OAHU,
and bonce It will not bo necessary to notice
those questions. The Indictment m tills case
was framed and the conviction Imd under See.
B.W, Chap. IW of tbo Criminal Code, It. 1,. 1871,
pugoUtW, wbloh declares: ** ISvory person who
fur tils own train or to prevent the owner from
a train poaHOßHing bis property shall buy, receive,
nr al<l In ennounllng stolen goods, or anything
tbostoalliurof which Is deolarod to bo larceny,
or property obtained by robbery or burglary,
knowing tbo same to have been ho obtained,
shall bo Imprisoned la the penitentiary/’ etc.
In an Indictment under I Uls scetlou of the stat
ute Cor receiving sloloa goods tbo first thing to
he proven Is that the property alleged to have
been received was stolen. In this cane, how
ever, tbero is no controversy over tbut ques
tion. It Is conceded that tbo goods In question
were stolen; Indeed, several or tbo thieves who
stole the property weru Introduced ns witnesses
and testlllod to the larceny of the goods. After
tbo larceny bns been proven it becomes neces
sary t» establish tbo fact llnii those accused of
tbo crime received .the stolen goods, knowing
them to hnvo been stolen. Guilty knowl
edge on tbo part of the defendant is es
sential to tbo constitution of (bo otfonso.
WburUm. Vul. 8. Hoe. l,88t). The latent, us in
larceny, is tbo chief Ingredient nf the offense.
Thus, wbou A authorizes nr licenses II to receive
property lost or stolen, and he receives the prop
erty from Urn thief knowing it to be stolen.wltli
felonious Intent, ho is guilty of u felony In re
ceiving the property, miuvlthhUudlng tbo li
cense. Wharton, See. I.Hlil. Under our statute
there In another essential fuel to ho proven.
That Is, taut tbo defendant, for his own gain, or
to prevent tbo owner from again possessing his
property, bought, received, or aided In conceal
ing stolen goods. There Is no doubt from tbo
ovldoneo In this ease m regard to tbo fact that
the dufendimla knew tbo goods were stolen.
Tbolr knowledge Is a conceded fact. It Is also
tin undisputed met that tbo stolen goods, in
passing trom tbo custody nf the (Uloves to Mor
row. tbo agent of tbo owners, passed through
iho bands, first, of defendant Isaacs, and,second,
through (ho hands of defendant Aldrich. Tbo
question In tboense Is, then,
NAIIIIDWKD DOWS TO TIHH;
Whether dofcmlnnls rouclvod tho goods for tbolr
own gain or tu prevent the owner from again
poßscssmg hla properly. This, In our Judgment,
is the turning-point upon which the decision of
the case must hinge, In iho disposi
tion of the question we will consider
the case, llrst. us tu tho defendant Aid
rich* mid. second, ns to tho dorondiinl/
isuncft. us Iho fuels relating to oaeb defendant
arc somuwliat diirnrenl.
it was mil claimed that Aldrich undertook to
soouro the return o( tho goods fur any feu or re
ward whatever, or that ho expected to make any
money out of the transaction. On tbo enutraryt
It was proven Uy tlm prosecution that all be
wanted was tho renniadnn of recovering thu
goods. Upon ihlspolnt MorrowtcHinlud: “Prior
to the tiniti the goods were returned Aldrich said
ho didn't expect to make it coni nut of the trans
action. Said this on Monday. Ho never asked
for any compensation, or madeoifor, bargain, or
proposition for uomponsaiion. Hu said mi ho
wanted was me glory nf bunting the other fel
lows tu getting thu goods. Thu city uiMlturltles
and Pinkerton weru after tho goods. Hu never
asked a dollar." It U true tie retained In hla
possession f 10d of the money which Morrow gave
tubliu, hut this was not kept for bis own honed t.
but for tbo buuoUt of Morrow. Upon this point
the sumo witness testified: '*Un Wednesday
night he said he had gut all Ihe goods, instead of
it part, and that hi* had saved mo 4dUO." How
could bo save for Morrow 41Ud If tna money was
retained for hla service*/ This could nut bo
the onie, as ho bud uatd over to J.uvl
all bo received of Morrow except this
SIOO. it U apparent, from thu evidence, that tin
agreement was ever made under which Aldrich
was paid anything for hla services; that bu ex
pected nothing. and received nothing, for tbo
services be rendered lit securing the return of
tbe goods. How can It then bo said tbut bo re
ceived the goods fur bis own gain/ Nor did be
fuceivo tbe guods to prevent tbe owner from
•ivntn possessing bis property, but, on tbe other
band, be
KLCCKIVKD THEM FOll TIIK YEUV PUItPOSB
OF JIKHTOHINU TIIKSI
to tbo owner, which be did witblo too mlnuica
from the tlmo they cumo into bid posfoaaiou.
Wo will now comldor the testimony as to the
ilffTcmlniU laitacs. Ho wuc u pawnbroker, and
on tbo night ibo gooda wore stolon be wua up*
liruacbcd by ouo of the thfovea and requested to
my tbo goods. 'l’blsbo refused to do, but, bav*
lag obtained Information ua to tbo uuatody of
the goods, be undertook afterword* to uaaUt
Aldrich In iheooniuminaiiouof hit scheme to
obtain the good* and rvstoro them to tbo owner.
Tboro was no contract or agreement under
which be wm to receive any pay fur wbat be
might do tu tbo promlao*. Ail that be did was
done ai a favor, to help Aidriub, who wanted
the credit of getting the good* returned. Levi,
who held (cud to uo paid for (lie rotuni of
the good*, bonded Isaacs gIW, and molued
EDNESDAV NOVEMBER Hi, 1881—TWELVE PAGES,
llin balnneu until it could lit- ascertained that
nil ihe goods wul'O relumed. This sum, I*aaes
levtlilod, lie paid over In Hauer. I.til Hauer
swears that Isaacs euly paid him $Wi. prumis*
lutr to pay ilio balance (ho next day. This Id tbo
only cvMcnro contained In tbo record tending
to show money lit tbo hands nr Isaacs as com
pensation fur what ho did lit tho transaction.
Woijonot regard tbo evidence suflieteitl. t'on*
ceding that too credibility of tbo two men It
equal. which id quite «s favorable a view on (bo
side of tbo prosecution tut may could ask. M
wonlil leave tho matter (Handing. one ondt
against tho nlhor, which, tinder tbo circum
stances nl Ihe ease, could not ho regarded in es
tablishing tho fuel beyond n reasonable doubt.
Again, ir Isaacs had ticcn endeavoring to mnkc
money out ortho transaction, It Is strange ho
did nut avail himself of tbo opportunity to liny
all Hie goods for the s<wo for himself. nml »ny
nothing to the detectives Hi regard to tbo umt
tor. '1 bio would huvo boon tbo course bo doubt
less would tmvo adopted bud ho undertaken to
got tho gimds for his own gain. Thu fnot that
bo did not tnko this course Is n circumstance
tending to oorrobornte his ev|ilornx(,
that ail ho did was without pay nr
rownrd. ir. tbon. Isaacs received no
compensation, ami bad no arrangement
under which ho was to ho paid for what ho might
do, wo perceive no around upon which It can ho
determined that ho received the (roods for his
own gain or that ho received thorn to urevuut
tho owner from niraln possessing his property,
within tbo meaning of the statute.
It may, however, ho said tbat. as tbo (roods
imsssed tbromrh defondiinls' hands, they should
he held llnhlo for tho shortage of tI.DOU and In
this war they received tho (food* for their own
.gain. If they returned tho Roods that wore
mission.thorn might ho foreu In tho position, hut,
from tho Ovldedoe, that was Impossible. Isaacs
only saw tho property on two occasions—llrst on
Himday. when he looked It over In tho presence
of Hauer, who duos nut protoml that Isaacs of*
fared lo lako any part of tho (foods, and ntmln
on Wednesday ovnuluir. when tbo (roods weru
carried liy Hauer from Fourth avouuu hi pack*
lures (o tho elgur-sinrc, while Isaacs wns In com
pany with Hauer. .U this time it dues nut an*
jitmr that he In any tnnunor handled the woods.
As (u Aldrich, his only possession of the proper
ty was during tho tun minutes which it look him
to carry tho (roods from tho olgar-storo to tho
hotel when tho property was lit packages and
unopened.
WE CAN »BH NO (JHOUND
upon which It cun, from the evidence,ho claimed
that either of tho defendants can bo held llahlu
for tho shortage in tho goods. The more reason*
nbln view is that the missing articles worn taken
hy tho tblevus mid opptoprinted to their own
use while they Imd the goods hi possession.
It Is, nawuver, urged amt tuo fact Uuit tho
property could Imvu been returned anon
lifter tho larceny for SSOO, and tbo
fact that Ahlrlen, In hit first Inter
view with Morrow, In substance said It would
require SMOMo obtain tho property, tho long
poudonoyof the negotiations ns to the nmount
to he paid, and tbo fact that s£<o moro wns paid
to Aldrich than was demanded by tbo thieves,
are facts which prove tho motive of gain. As
wo •undersland tho ovidcnco, tho ilerniidniits
could not at any time obtain possession of tho
properly so It could ho relumed without paying
the thieves ilio amount of money demanded by
them. The defendants cannot, therefore, hu
hlalmod for (ho delay, as they acted us soon as
Morrow furnished Hie money to bo paid to tbo
thieves. It la true Aldrieb. in bis Ural Interview
with Morrow, expressed tho opinion that $1,400
would he required to obtain the property, and
this may ho regarded ns aotroiimsunco against
him. Hut bis suhaeipiout conduct, agreeing to
obtain the properly for uno-hnlf tbat
sum. or as much less as hu could,
clearly repels tho Infercncu that
he was seeking tn make any gain out of tho
transaction. It has been suggested that Levi
was a myth—Hint no such person ever lived.
Thu fact that hu wax never seen or heard pf
after tho night tho goods wore returned looks
Hiunowhat suspicious, but wo must Lo controlled
by tbo evidence In tbo record, mid, unless
Isaacs, Aldrich, and also tbo father ol Aldrloh
arc guilty of willful perjury, thou Levi wns no
myth, hut was In Chicago at tho time of this oc
currence and participated therein as testified by
tho defendants. Wo have given tbo evidence In
tho record a uureful consideration, and tho only
conclusion we have been able to reach is tbat It
has tint been established tbat tho defendants
wore receivers of tho goods for their own gain
nr to prevent tbo owners from again possessing
(Loir property.
ON TIIK OTIIEn HAND, \
the only logical conclusion that can reasonably
bo reached from iho ovldouco is, that defend*
mite undertook, in behalf of tbo owner*, to ob
tain a return of tho goods without onmponsa
tlon or reward, and that all of tho goods which
came Into limit* possession were In good faith
returned to tho owners. If It bad boon provon
in this ease that the defendants bad entered Into
negotiations with .Morrow to secure a return of
tlm stolen goods. In pursuance of a prior
urrmtgmmmt or understanding with tbo persons
who had stolen the property,’With tho Intent or
purpose of making a prollt out of tbo transac
tion, wo would not hesitate ’ to bold that tboy
worn guilty under tho statute. A party cannot
shield himself behind a supposed agency, grow
ing out of mi agreement made with tbo owner
of stolen goods for their return, whnro It Ap
pears ho is noting in conjunction wltb tbo tblovos
to ttinko a gain or prollt out of tbe transaction,
lint where tho defendants nro not actuated by
tbo motive of gain, as they were not In this case,
and do not aid in secreting tbe property, wo do
nor. understand that a conviction cun bo bad.
Tho Judgment will bo reversed and tbo cause
remanded.
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Maynlßceot bolltlur proaauiai tguar* grand piano
fortaa, four vary baiidsuwa round corner*, rosewood
urue*. Utrea unison*. Uuutly’* miucblcM Iron Iruuio*.
■tool. bonk, cover. boxed. tm» to li/T.aii catalogue
privet. MU to lI.UJOI aaviataolioo guaranteed or money
refunded after olio yaar’a uaei uorUbtpianoforte*.
|lid to Wiit catalogue pricea MU to M«» ataudard
pianoforte* of ilia unlver»e.a* thousand* watltyt
write fur niaimuoili Oat of taatlniuuiuta. UaattT*
vublnatuiaun*. cathedral, üburob. vha|>wl. parlor, Ml
upwurJi visitor* welcome i free carriage meet* pat
arnaarai Illustrated catalogue (holiday edition) true.
AUJ,... ul , Arn . WMIUa , WU| s . j,
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GOODRICH'S STEAMERS:
TIMR TAIIVif!.
' A'' r Milwaukee, SfirlKirifnn, Manltnwnn.
l.mltiitfKm. and Manktce, rtallf ntftp. tii., Sundays
rtd'inuil.
K»ir KfmiklofU I’li'riKirt, Arcadia 010.. Saturday at
nlSin. in.
H'li'kii font Mli'hlguil-nv’.
SEALSKJN VARMENTS.
4.E. BURKHARDT & CO.,
MAML'KACTUItKHS OF Till*
Latest Paris Modes
Sealskin Garments!
(lIKKT KNUMHH DVK).
FUR-LINED WRAPS,
FUR TRIMMINGS.
Apptleuttuiiß for kimiili on opiwohutlon will
rrrrlvr prompt attention, mill our itihum
eoiiiiilnlntt plinloßruplilu coplea of the new
eat at) tea. will hr acitl Tor II.V.VIII.VATIO.V,
Upon receipt of aiiilaluctory reference, to
peraon* tlealruua of pnrulMialnii.
913 West Fourth-st.,
CINCINNATI.
JIOLIIIAy’S I*A u,
Holman’s Pad
CURES BY ABSORPTION
The Only True Malarial Antidote.
Dr. Holman's I’nu la ■ soverelitn remedy for all
forms of f.lvcr rind Momiti-b complaint*. C.iiUU
■mi lever, ily«|»c|»slu, \«rv«iu and Nick
lli'iiiluiTirii (Ihllilrm'i lilssnscs, and I* the
milr safe and absolute euro for Mnlurln hi ail it*
various forma.
ll Is the only known remedy that positively expels
every vvstlm* of Malarial mini from the blood, with
out the use of poisonous drums which remain In the
system fur your* and often for a lifetime.
Beware of Bogus and Imitation Pads,
llm-h ttcmilm* IColiniio l*nd bear* the I'rlvnto
Itcveiioc Mtasiiti» of the Holman Pad Co., with
Trade .Mark primed in croon. Jluy none without
For Kills try nil Flr*t«olnss Oruirglsts. or
soul by malt, post-paid. on receipt of $2.00.
We Haro No .Special Agencies.
Any on* wishlnjr special instruction or advice will
receive th*’ sumo tree of elmruo by addrußHlnk per
sonalty (i. IV. llulnmn. M. I). Full treatise acut free
on itp|>!lcuUun. Address
Holman Pad Co.,
p.. 0. iioxans ;u mtoAinvAV, new vouk.
OCEAN NAVIGATION,
O.NLV IMIIKCT HIM! TO IKA.NCL
brnrrut TVansuUnnt le Company.
Uotwocn New Vork and Havre. Plur 42, N. U., foot of
.Morton*sl.
Travelers by this line avoid bulb transit by English
railway and the discomfort of crossing the Channel
In u tnntill boat.
FRANCE. Trmlellu Wednesday, Nov. PI, 1 p. ra.
CANADA. Frntniuel Wednesday. Nov. 31. IS a. m.
BT. URR.MAN. Deluolane. Wednesday. Nov. IUI. 1 p ui
PIUCEOF PABBAI.K (Including wine): TO lIA VUE
—First Cabin, vital and PI), Second Cabin. Wd. Steer*
age. (2d, Inclinllmt wine. Pudding. mid utensils. Chocks
drawn of Credit Lyonais of Purls In amount to suit.
UtUlB DK IIEIUAN. AitutiU 0 Rowling Green, foot
of Broadway, N. V.
\YM. U. WINTER. UT (’lark-»U. Chicago.
DIIIKtT FOIL iIAIISKIU.ES.
Touching at Gibraltar and linrcelona.
The following steamers will leave Now Yorkdireot
for Glbruliar und Marseilles, taking freight and pas*
sengers:
FERDINAND UK I.KBBKPB. CapU Baquesne..Nov.33
Deo. u
RATES OF PABBAUE;!
For Gibraltar—First Cabin .fTGand fJO
For linrcelona and Marseilles—First Cabin.ld) andIKU
Steerage... Rtl
Limit DK HKlil AN. Agent. 6 Howling Green, foot of
llrotdwny, N. V.
WM. U. WLSTEIU C 7 Clark*it., Chicago.
AMERICAN LINE.
Philadelphia and Liverpool. calling at Queenstown.
Salting regularly ovory Wednesday from Philadel
phia. carrying c-ahln. Intarmodtalo, and steerage pas
sengers. and Ilia U. ri. Mall.
RED STAR LINE,
Carrying (ho United State* and Uoyal Belgian Mali*.
Tim only Ulrect Lino to Antwerp, in Uolglura, sail
ing every Saturday from New York and every alter
nate Saturday from Philadelphia.
K«»r Passage Ticket# to or trout Europe and Drafts
on Ureal Britain mid tho Continent apply to
PETEK WItIUJITA HtiNH, General Agents.
W. K. LAWUENCK, Manager.
Ill) host Uantlolph-si., Chicago.
WINTER RESORTS.
a hash Kxcuitsiuss.
Atlas Line of Mail Steamers
For BAHAMAM.TUIIKW JHLAND. JAMAICA. IIaY-
Tl. POItTO ItlCO, IsTHMUM OF PANAMA, and
COLOMBIA. Mailing every wuek-TourlsU are fiiTltud
tu utull of these trl|ia, which they can make un any
route which the Company's summers take, nt the ex
treme low price of *>.» «!«•>'• which Includes Ur
ine uu hoard the steamer the whole tlmo, and they
may transfer to any other atuanmnir the llnothuy
nmr meet on the vuyauo. No ticket Issued for less
than full. For passage apply to PIM, FOItWOOD X CO.,
Auetus. liSlnto-iU, New York.
INMAN LINE
Ocean Steamships,
Currying the British and L'nltud States Malls.
Now York and Liverpool, via yuounstown.
Tickets to and (mm the principal hnallsb. Scotch,
Irish, French. German, Italian, and Scandinavian
Those steamers carry no live slock of any kind.
FIIANCIS C. UIIOWN.Gen, Western Agent.
:U Mouth Clark-st.. Chicago,
tIfDKAFTb on Grom Britain, Ireland, and the
Continent lor sale.
STATE LINE
To Glasgow. Liverpool. Dublin. Belfast, and London.
Curry, from N. Y. every Thursday. First Cabin. fOU to
115, according tu accommodation. bucoml Cabin, fid.
Mtucragu, outward. t*k Those steamers carry neither
aliucii- ..or •.•y 0a . 1 . IN< * co.,
£3 Broadway, N. V., and lid Uandolph-sU. Chicago.
JOHN BLKuBN, Western Manager
MEDICAL.
ODCIARKSt. CuicaboJli.
Ckart*r*4 hf Ik* •(»!* *f llltaali, fa* Ik* t ***(>). *rl**llß*aad
•im>*4/ car* *f I'rlitl*. &•*«•■« and Ckr**!* pl«u*»i.
Dr. LL'CiH it a arvlutt* i.f i*ut*|ulir (All*, title *tm Kclxllr)
ll»lktl C.illr «... U Sell karnaa an Hit I‘trllv mil w fouaJtr el
ih« i.muim.lli |l»l(*vii* MrHl.al InilUul*, i.ii Fraud*-*, »w| ll l> a
..ll known Ivt lb»l fmianr »»*»» ha ku rnnCnt.l klnn.il I" lb*
■t*4v tn 4 lr»tln..i.l»l n.tH.l aad (:i>>i.«lx (M0t..., Itu. rlvlof Mm
YOUMQ MEN
In* f.«ni tli* "KfU h( (i»itkF.i| laiirM'rtlUat ur mnni, B.alnt)
W.tkntM, Kvrtaua aad I’bfdul D.MIIIj, laip*l*aa*
lataaM'lrV !•*>• BaaWd. Ab»**« *f Ika PjW.n.. nkamlrd
VlUlllt. taafatlu# *r ld*a«, Aiartkda le Be.Ulj, V*«|m*4.
#a»;« riaalii •• Ik* Fara, Let* ut ka »r«r, *ad Fr*«a**a; el
r*laaila(."t»'i.*inlirt, I .ill ,’>iuti.lr. |.< (.rf.li (000 far
•»*ry #f Frlial* 111....* Ikal I htllorur*. All .«!«»•
• l.'wV.nl'.il" i.Vw.l k* if’ f«ll %*a."* *IA V«F • ll filial
bul.Ni. ixniual Inl.nl.* In .r.1.»>,.1. Tall n* *4.|rt..
tin. H'fK tStt-. I > **ki.. rkluce.lll.
fiendlwo il-conl atampator circular.
OTARTLIWG
O DISCOVERY!
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of voutbrul Itnnrudanou cautinu Precae*
tnre Decay. Kerrnua Pcbiinj', Leal Manhood,
bavlnu tried in vatu every known remedy, hoa dia*
coT«ndartni|iloaelfonrc. which ho «1U aend PlUili
to kla fcllmr-cuflHirra, addniM J« U. lUSKVAh,
43 t’huUiam *»t.* X. Y.
aUelil Uadnl Awurtled
thvuuUiur. Anew and meat lied*
Uhl Wvra. warranted the beet and
c-ncapeaUndupuniaultf (u every
dibii.oiiUlloU “the Soleuce of Ufa
or.BulM'ioiorvaUoni” bound In
linutt Frencii utuvllu. ouboued.
Jullatll, iUlpP.euma»}Bbuautllul
»tveT einiravinii*, Uo pruaurlp*
tloua, price only IhA aunt oy
tualltlnuatratudaamplu.U cenui
aend new. Addre*al'«abudy Mad*
KHOffJUYSKJi;
WIDR. KEAN,
173 South Uark-at., Chicago.
Conault penonallr or by wall, free of euonje, on all
chreule. narvuua oranedal dUeaae*. Ur. J.aoanU
tUoenly phyalulan la Ute Utj wue wurrunu eura* ur
uupay. Ueura: Ua. ui. tucp. ui.i tunUuye.v to Uui.
A imiVAli AND DEI
Jt\. TRAINS KXI'J.ANATIO.N
Maiik*.—tSaturday except*!.
IMunday czoeptod. {Rally*
iPAUTUIi
s' or Rt
Thunder
!i*n Utility
’nr Aeomiui
slllc, l’n(raa
UnilO'iu.
Chtcngn He NerthwimKi
ForMap*,rinio*C4Kt».ar<»eplnjl*CiM
apply nt ra Clark-iL, Grand I’acl
anddopotegrnarot WeluaadK
IrftltTfl.
I’AClili! Knit I,lnn
Omnlm Nlolit Kiprocs
Denver Kxproaa ~
Denver Foal Kxpreoft.,...
Hlunxdty A Vmiklon
Hlonx (.’Ur A Yankt0n....,.........
Deft Molne* Day KxprPM..
Deft Mnlnoft Nlulit NxpreiM
Maralinlitown Mipre**
Cedar Itnpld* Kxprefta......
Cedar llapld* Nlithl Kxim-oih
FroejK»rt, llockford A Dubuque..
Freeport A U0nkf0rd..............
Freeport. llockford A lliiliinpio..
H(. I’mil A .Mlnnenpolift Kxpruft*..
HI. I'mil A MlnnoapolH KxpniM..
norm A Dondwomt Kxpromi......
Mlnneftnia A Central Dakota...,,
Minnesota A Central Dakota.....
Milwaukee KxpreM
Milwaukee Hpeclal-Hundayn
Milwaukee A Ureen Hay
Milwaukee I’lnMOnjrur....
Milwaukee I'aftaomror
MU., lireen liny A Marquette.
(irenn May. vla.lmiexvilin
Ofhkdfth. via .lono.Hvlllo
latke tlonovn
Lake (Ictnovn A 81u1ti....
Klifln Kxpma*
Klein Snmtny Kxprcua
Klein KxpntM
Klein Kxprufti I
Klein ....I
('lilmiko, llnrflnaton At <|»i
For Mapft, Tlimi*Tahleft. hloenl
datlona. apply at Clark-aU lit
I’altuar House. Canal and Hlxtei
era) I’nrfunucr Depot, on Canal*
urn and Ailnm<-«l«-
•HOI pm
f H::«l p m
*l3::ilp m
I U:;t) p m
•I3i:»l p ni
Ifajipm
U-bfffpm
t H:i« p m
• fti.’Un m
p m
tu:3opm
* Oil*, am
* 4:16 p in
*10:16 pm
*to:ir»a m
} ti:no pm
MiiiitVam
•10 tin am
1 UiOU pm
• HiiUam
Htiiimn
•10:11) am
• 3:oi)pm
• 6:UI p m
I thill p in
1 William
• 4;46p in
•3:lspm
• 4:16 pm
• tf:l6n m
I:t6p m
*4:16 pm
I* 6:l6pm
1*10:15 p in
iilney itnllrond.
)ln*-C»r Arcomrao*
Irand I’aclfle Hotel,
lonth-su., and (Jen*
l*au between Maill*
I.oato.
Mlnlenbura.ounwa A Hlreator Kx
b.Neliniftkn Kzpreix
ftDubuquo.lfckrrdAaio’xCltyKx
bAmboy.llock Falls AStorlmu Kx
bDownur'a Drove Aceummudat'n
(/Montana A I’acltlc Kinrena
tiHUloaeph.AtchlftonA Topeka Kx
(.Kmiftiu* City A Denver Kxpreei.
Aurom Sunday l’a*somror
bAurura I’ameniter
MU a m
lOi.Dam
lIhUJ a m
HMD am
11:10 am
13:06 p tn
13:116 p in
13:06 pm
Itir.p in
3:t1l p m
4:1*1 p ni
4:3d p m
4::■!j> m
6:36 pm
«:20pm
b.Mundota A Ottawa Itipros*
bsu hauls KxproflS
bltockford A Freeport Kxpross...
bAurur* I'uAftonaur.
bAurora I’auoiiuur ..
tDca Muloos, uumhn A Uiicoln
Main Kxprest
cToxns K*|irf»9.
nKaninft City A hl Joe.Nlitlit Kx.
bKruuiHirt A Dubuipjo Kxpreftß...
Wed. A Hat. TlieatruTniln
Ihlipm
M:Z» d m
th!K p m
UiSipm
U;.’S) |i m
tl titt |i m
ii Daily, f* Dally, except Bun«U
Katunloy. cl Dally, exeunt ilondai
Dubnqiio. Amboy. Hock Kalin,
leave nml arrive from Central Dot
ChlciißO. Milwaukee A Ht.
Union Denoti CornorMadlion.Ca
Ticket Ofllcoa. m and cl Clark**
ciraod i'aclOc liutol. and at Den
lay. cDftll
ir,
, and Hterl
mot, fuotnt
Maul It*
anal, and A<
•it., Palme
Leave.
Milwaukee Vast Mall
Milwaukee Express
Waukosha AOconomowqoKx ...
Milwaukee, 8U Paul A illnne-J
apolls Express trains i
Green Hay. Munasba. and Ap*l
pietun Kxprsss trains
Milwaukee, Madison. PralHo du
Cblen, lowa, and DakotaEx,,,,
Btuvcns Point and Ashland Ex..
Milwaukee, Muatson, and Pralrlo
rtuChlen Express
Llbertyvlllo AccomnudaUun
Klimt Passenger.....
DubuquoACuduritaplda Kinross
tloux city A Dubuque FaitKx...
Klfiln A Kirkland Pns’ngor (dally)
Klqln special Fast Express
Hasca Accotutuodatlon
* 7:30 a tu
* 3;U5 p m
* 6i(U p tn
{1(1:111 a m
f VrfXl p m
•1U:IU a tn
t IhOdpm
* GiOOp m
I tf:UO p m
•10:10 am
* «:2U p in
* V:‘JU a ro
•UhflUam
t V;ot»pm
4:U) p m
* 6:16 p mi
* U:JU p mi
Trains for llurolmldl and North
a.tu. and C;U) p. m.i arrive <1:45 a
dally, Bunday excepted.
riilcntn Alt*
Union Depot. West Side, corner M
sis., between Madlxon and Ada
Twontylhlrd-su Ticket unices,
Clark*sU, Grand Pacltlc Hotel, ar
Chicago leave 0:61
• m. and 7:40 a. m.
Madison and ('anal*
ains*su bridges, und
i, at Depots. Hi)rtoutu
>nd Palmer House.
heave. ~j ArnreT
•Hsaspm ( »3:Zipm
111:00pm \ frraa.ti
• U:U)u m * "skip in
I U;U)p m I 7:3oam
tIDUlpm I 7;UJ»iu
• liiUJaiu • 7:Upin
• Uiiilam • 2:ttpm
}U;'«jpm } 7:Ula m
•iiiWami* 7:44pm
•IliUpm * l:lipm
• 6;UUp ml* tfslU am
tllroud.
Kansas City. Hoover, Pueblo Rx.
Kansas City. Banta Ke, Now Mux*
Ico.ArlinnnACallfonilo Past Kx
Bu laiuls, Bprlngtlold A Texas...,
tu Louis. Bprlngtlold A T01a5..,.
tu Louts Kx„ via Jacksonville...
Mobllu A New Orleans Express..,
Peoria. Keokuk A liur* { via
llnitton Fast Express j Clionua
Pekin A Peoria Kx., via Juliet....
Blruulor. Lacen, Washington Kx.
Joliet A Dwlalu Accommodation,
Illinois Central lit*
Depot foot ofLuko-su and font of
Ticket unices, )2I Riindolph*su,
Paulllo Holol. and Palmer House
Twenty-second-su
near Clark. Grand
Leave.
BU Louis A Texas Ksprosa
tu Louts A Texas Fast Line.,..
Cairo A Now Orleans Express...
Now Orleans A Texas Fast Kx..
tpnnutteld Express
tprlmtttold Mat:l Express
M’mirU, Burlington X Keokuk,
rl’eorln. IJorllnguin a Keokuk.
Ponltac A Chutsworth Express.
Chatawurth Express
Gilman Passunuur..
Dubuque A Sioux City Express,
Dubuque A Blous City Express.
• 6:40 a in
i 6:;ei p m
• H:4llam
(tnai p m
; •Milam
} n:3Upm
5 H:4on m
{B::Uum
1 6:40u m
• 4:25 p m
• 4:2.i pm
MUiu) a m
• ti::tl p m
b—On Baturday night to Gilman i
r—On Baturday night runs to Pot
Wabash. MU Loots A Pne
Union DepoU State and Twelltl
ear* run tu tb* Dopou and Went
wtiblnuna block. TlekatOfflcoi
Palmer House, and Grand Pacttl
i only.
)orta only.
iclDe Bat
th-ftts. All
itwurth*av.
is. B 5 Uuuth
Ido Hotel;
Leave.
8U Louis * Oulf Express
SL Igtula * Gulf Fast Line
Kansas City * Denver Fast Kx...
Peoria, Burlington X Keokuk Ex
Peoria X I'okln Special
MprtngHeld A Hannibal Fast Lino
* B:tf am*
} »:00put }
*13:30010 *
• K:isa ra •
I U:00 pal
*12:30 p m 1
♦Dally, •llalljr except Mondays.
notv—Pullman Bluvulng Cara fr
Louis, Kansas City, and Peoria. I
wltb ruTolrlna clialra, Chicago to
cllnlng-Chalr Hlooplnn Cara. Ctileai
Kansas Clly. No cbamie of Day
Ht. Louts or Kansas City.
Clilcuao, Rock Island Ai Pa
Depot, cornerof Van Huron and SI
Unices, 3UClark*au, Üburman Hoi
Grand I'acldo Uotul, uud <6Cans
rom Chicago to Bu
Parlor Day Coaches
o bt- Louis, and Ke
iko to Hannibal and
•CoachosCOJcago tu
thcrman-st
:u»e, Pblidi
si. cursor i
LOftVO. {
Davenport A Peoria Kxpress
Council llluffs Fust Kxpri-M
Kansas City, Leavenworth X At*
chlsou Fast Kaprons
Mlnucatmlls A MU Paul Kxpress.
Peru Accommodation
Council HhiUs Night Kxprus>
Kansas City. Leavenworth X At*
chtsun Nlubt Express...
Minneapolis X »u Paul fast Kx..
Blue Island Accommodation
Blue Island Accommodation......
llluo Island Accommodation
nine Island Accommodation
llluo Island Arcummudntlun......
Blue Island Accommodation
Mouth CbU-iuru Accommodation..
Mouth Chicago Accommodation..
Theatre Train
Church Train
•KhOOn ra!
•13:115 p m
M3:(rtpm
•13:10 p m
• 4:(tlpm
t tlilopm
m:(M pm
ioMftpm
• 11:55 a m
• K:«liiu
’l3:lspm
• 4 14 p m
• bill) pm
• tlslilp m
• 7:45 u m
• 4:11) p m
jlhaip m
I 1:14 p ro
•Dally except Sundays. IDclly except Saturdays,
tDally except Mondays, {Thursdays and Saturday*
only. (Sun Jars only.
Michigan Central Railroad.
Dspots.foot or LakO'itand foot of Twenty-second-st.
Ticket unices, «rr Clark-sb. southeast corner of Uan«
dulph. Grand Pacltlo Hotel, and Palmar House.
Leave.
• 7:(Joam • fl:Sopm
• V:00 a m • 7:40 pm
I ,i:00 pm) 6:60 i> m
« 3:40 p m *lii:B6 a m
) 4:14 pm I H:Uoatu
t DslQp m *17:80 a tu
• van* m * 7:4opm
• 9:4l)pm * 6:4opm
t WilOp m * 7:30 am
Mall (via Main and Air Lin 0).....
New York X Boston Kx
Special New York Kxpress
Kalamazoo AuuummodaUoa......
Atlantic Kxpruss (dally)..
Night Kxpruss
Grand Itaplila A Muskegon Mall.
Grand llaphlsA Polosky Kxpress
uCJrand Itaplds X Muskegon Kx..
♦Saturday excepted.
•Sunday excepted. (Dally. t<
obaiuraays leave at AtlSp. m.
Lski Shore <t Mlchlgnu 1011
Ticket unices at depots. Van Bu
Malle, Twenty-second-st., and Fu
and fruluht office under Hoortnat
offices tn the Grand Pacltlo Hotel
othcra Railway.)
uren*it, head of La
'orty-lhlrd-st. Tickoi
smrjj-ig
Irfiavo. Arrive.
• 7:115 a to • 7:40 pm
• U;Ui a 111 * 7:40 p ta
!;i:,Up m ) 0:40 n tu
5:15 p m ) 8:00 a in
10:30 p m * 6:40 a m
Mall (via Main Mno>...,
Mpoclul New York X lloiim Kx.
New York Fast Express tdaliy).
Allomlo N. Y. Kxpress (dally)..
iiNlght Kxpress
Michigan Kxpruss (dully)
Elkhart Accommodation
•idaiurdayi leave at Ut»)p. >». IDaUy. 'Sunday*
excopiud. . .
Unltltnore <b Ohio.
BtDoU. Binoalllen liulldlns and lout of Twoniy-aao*
•nd-ii. Ticket uffiooa, KJ L'lark-iU, Itolwor Uouie.
Qrnttfl raclUo Hotel. and Depot (BipotiUon Uulld g)«
Leave.
• «i3oa m
I 6:10p m
I ICO p to
Moraine Biprou.
k'aat Uxproaa
NUthltixiirwai....
iSrt&n^'i?.*iKif.! c .r“u w..Wn..oacr.*.*
the only line running ite entire train* through from
Chicago tu New York without change. . ,
The pair and elegant U. <k U.Sleeping-Car* between
CldcagoandNew YorkdMly *t6ilO*ndUj4op.m.
Kankakee Line.
Oepota. fool of Lake-at. and foot of Twenty.aeoond*
•U Tlckot Office* at Depute indlSl Haudolph-at*
(Jtand faciao Hotel, and Velmer Houao.
Leave. Anita. I
Cincinnati, IndlanapoU* ALoula* A . _ ~ M _
villa Uav Kxpreaa * 8:00* ro * I ! ??,* ,ra
Do night Expreaa > 8:10pm \ TiUtfata
VUtnbiira, Cl. W'itjue At Chicago UiillroiidT
Deuel corner Aiiawa and (.anal-ale. Ticket OtUroit
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