Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune, May 28, 1873, Page 5

Newspaper of Chicago Daily Tribune dated May 28, 1873 Page 5
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THE SALOON INTEREST. “■ Mooting of Gorman Oitlzons of tho Fifth Ward Jjast Evening, Gon. liob on Hosing, as a Political loader. The Saloon-Keepers’ Union Resoled Tholr Reso lution Concerning Sunday Traffic. Tho hall at No; 2-10 Cottage prove avonuo was crowded to suffocation last evening with citizens residing in tho Fifth Ward, who woro anxious to express their Indignation at lji’6 present enforce ment of tho Sunday law, and to join tho other: wards In tho now movement' which is spreading rapidly all ovor tho olty.!, Tho mooting was called lo order by Mr. Gartonmann, who statoS tho ob ject of tho gathering, and nominated Mr. Will iam Flotow as President, who was unanimously ©looted. Mr. Flotow, on taking tho chair, said ho felt Tory elated at the 1 ; compliment which was be stowed upon him. They woro assembled to dis cuss ( l uoo tton of tho republican principle, ‘ To bo, or not to bo.” They woro no children, to bo forced to go to bod at 11 o’clock by men who bad no moral nor social standing. From stop to stop wo woro thrown Into the arms of corruption and of fraud, until wo could not sink "miich lower. Tho city authorities, not satisfied with tho existing corrupt laws, had to make laws whereby a respectable merchant nud citizens could bo thrown into prison; Unless they woro tmitod mid stood together shoulder to shoulder, tho few personal liberties remaining to us would ho loot forever. Mr. Charles Foldkamp was unanimously * elected Vice-President of the meeting, and Mr. Sommers os Secretary. Mr. A. 0. Hosing was called upon for a speech. Ho commenced by saying that, after tho ablo speech of tho Chairman, ho was rather afraid to attempt a speech. They bad fallen upon serious times. Many battles they had fought to gether, and whenever a victory was to bo won, when tho flag of our country had to bo uphold, thon woro Gormans considered good enough. They woro thon tho good, tho noble, tho patri otic Gormans. ThoJlopublican party grow to its S resent greatness by tho aid of tho Gormans. Ut, instead of thanking them for what they had done, and, instead of keeping their word, they became word-breakers. From tho boor that tho Mayor succumbed to tho tomporanoo fanatics, and lost hia baok-bono, ho dotormluod to loavo tho Hopubllcan party, and go hack to his first lovo boforo that party existed, and ho was confident that oil tho Gormans would do tho eamo. It was an easy matter to gain a victory by joining tho Democratic party, which would bo glad to rocoivo tho Gorman veto, and thoroby regain their lost prestige. In a land whoro lib erty had grown groat, tho fanatics wore trying to prohibit them from following tbo advice which they had received from their mothers, —to them of their life-long habits and convictions. They would shojv those fanat ics that Gormans woro more tolerant than they. Gormans did not wish to tnoddlowith tho observations of tho Sabbath by those fanatics. They desired to abstain from drink until Sunday afternoon, but they demand ed that they bo allowed to spond tho Sunday in sociability. Lawyer Samuel Strauss was next called upon. Ho said ho had very llttlo to add to the speech of Mr. Hosing. Every liberty-loving Gorman was inspired to do his duty in- thlo movement. Ahoy had loft the old country to find in this a haven of liberty. This was on ago of common sense, and the people could no longer bo ruled by fanatics andpnosts. In Germany they had found a Bismarck and u Lasker, and ho hoped that Chi cago would also find a Bismarck and a Lasker. •2 ™ f *vor of tho maxim spoken by Freder ick tho Groat, “Lot every ono prepare himself for Heaven in his own fashion,” Ho was not speaking for himself, but for' his children. Ho did not care for boor or wlno, but that personal liberty should prevail, oven after his death. Lot thorn unite and shako hands with their brethren in Europe in their efforts for liberty. Lot them battle against fanaticism and superstition j bo causo “whore superstition falls liberty na °* Personal liberty was guar anteed to every citizen, no matter from what country ho came, and it was their twSJ?. 000 fc s afc n P unconstitutional laws woro bo^ro, fanatics with whlto cravats, for tnuy mfum'uu stroy all tbo Übortloswhioh woro so door to ovory American citizen, and create an ago of stupidity, K -\ Ignorance, aud superstition. Ho bad little money " to spare, but tho little ho had he was willing to * ( cacnflco on tho altar of liberty. Gon. Herman Liob said much had boon hoard and said about unity during the last fortnight. As far as tho Temperance law was concerned, Gormans had always been a unit, and there was no necessity for urging them to unity. All that was necessary was to enlist tho citizens of other nationalities in this cause. Tho Gormans alone could never boatjtbo army of fanatics, hut, united with those of other nationalities, who * believed tho same as they did, they would march on to certain victory next fall; aud therefore a way had to bo found to enlist other natioualitieo in this cause,'and show thorn that our personal liberties wore in danger. If other nationalities woro not invited, and if tho mootings in future wore not conducted in tho Euglhm language, they would novor gain tho support of English speaking citizens, who would say that this was a “ Dutch movement.” It was his duty to say that tho only object was to bring tho Gormans under ono hat iii tho interest of tho same man who hod brought the Gormans under one hat. boforo tho year 18(19, who only wanted a Gorman movement for his own aggrandizement. This was a cause with a platform broad enough for every American citizen to stand upon, no matter what was hia nationality. Lot them no longer listen to Heaing, that they had to stand together as Germans. As Gor mans they would be terribly defeated next fall. Lot them no longer bo inveigled into a state of belief that they alone could secure their rights. If they followed that man they would certainly bo ruined as they had been before. Ho had i nothing personally against Hosing, Ho had al ways found him a gentleman privately, but as tho chief .of the association paper ho < bad to say, with Martin Luther: “Hero • I stand. I cannot do otherwise." Ho thon i denounced tbo saloon-keepers for organizing and holding mootings of tholr own, and stated i that ho had told them at their mooting yoator- i day afternoon that they had hotter stand hack i in politics nud lot tho people—their customers— i fight for their personal rights themselves. \ Tho same resolutions which woro adopted by « the Seventeenth Ward were adopted for tho i Fifth Ward. , They then elected tho following Campaign Committee: R. 0. Feldkamp, Samuel Straubs, John B, Gartonmaun, -William Pollualer. and Wilbam Flotow. Dr. Bort was tbo next speaker, and said that tno only question of importance was how this movement could beet bo carried to a successful Issue. Ho then referred to tbo remarks of Gen. saying that Hosing was the only man capa ble of being a safe loader in this movement, jflo had boon tried and never found wanting. Ho said ho belonged to a church, but oil wore against tho Temperance law, and all wore on posed to it. 1 After several other persona had mado brief re marks tho mooting adjourned. THE BALOON-KEEPEH8 1 UKION hold a mooting at tho North Bide Tumor Hall yesterday afternoon, President Mueller in tho chair. About 200 persons wore present. Thirty candidates wore elected to membership. ‘ The mooting having beon specially called to consider the resolution adopted* at their lost mooting for defiantly keeping ■ open Sundays, and after 11 o’clock, that subject was taken up. Mr. Bruno, tho first speaker, was strongly In favor of rescinding their action. If they want ed to succeed they could do it only by peaceful and constitutional moans, and not by resorting to defiance of tho law. ° Mr. A. 0. Hosing, of tho Slants Zeilung, and Gon. Liob. of tho Chicago Union, wore called upon for thoir views. Both gentlemen gave it iis their opinion that tho stop taken had boon an unwiso one, and, if persisted in, would lose to the cause of personal liberty many of its warm est friends. They pointed out tbo favorable ef fect a peaceable acquiescence In tbo obnoxious law would have upon others, and expressed it as their,belief that, if tbo saloon-keepers remained on lawful ground, victory at the baUot*box wouJd bp certain next November. They hoped that tho resolution advocating tho keeping open of saloon, in violation of tho law would bo reconsidered. Mr. Hosing also called tho advantages possessed by tbo now movement, so long as its friends - remained in tbo right. They started with united Germanism to bade them, polling nearly 16,000 votes, and they would secure strong aid from other sources If they did not olionato men by intemperate and ill-advised measures. . . Cant. George Miller spoke to about the same pffoct. and, Mr* Oufltay Homo, who was ft strong, advocate of tho resolution vrhon passed, explained his position at eomo length, sayiiig ho had not supported it in a re* hellions spirit. ' It was not his intention to defy tho authorities, and ho felt satisfied that a ina »of tho'moiubors had voted for the rosolu-' or thoburpo&o of having the Liquor law thoroughly posted. This could only bo aooom plishou by a general violation of It. A motion to reconsider tho resolution was oar* riod without a dissenting voice. Tho following Committee was thon appoint* od to visit' tbo Common Council, at Its next mooting, and instructed to Inform tho members of tho reconsideration of tho resolution, and prevail upon them, If possible, to pass tho amendment to tho Sunday.ordinance introduced by tho Com mittee of Nino. A. 0. Hosing, Herman Liob, Qoorgo h(. Miller, William Folsouthal, and John Boulder. Moanrs.’R. Kaltonboch, P. Wohrraann. George Foun, P, Sohwuohow, Knoohoumuls, and Dating wore chosen as members of-tho Committee on Legal Matters, which was provided for at a pre vious mooting. Tho mooting thon adjourned. . INDORSED. . - Tho West Bldo “Soolalor Arbollor Vorotn,” And tho “Aurora Turn Vorolns,” yesterday passed resolutions indorsing tho uowmovomont, and tendering tho use of their hallo free of charge..- They also elected tho following dele gates to tho mooting to ho hold to-day at Bis marck Hall:. Turn Vorolns, August Qorhardy, Aug, Gruottor, Curt Dahlndon, It. ncitschundt, aim John Stnmpf; Sooialor Voroiu, William Yuors,, John Lobulioim, Jacob Bohafor, John Broohtol, and C. W. Fohrmnn. NINETEENTH WARD. All oltizopo of the Nineteenth Ward, without regard to nationality or former party relations, who aro opposed to all nud ovory encroachment upon liberty of conscience aud trado, and who boliovo that personal liberty must bo preserved,: are respectfully invited to attend tho mooting to bo hold this evening at 8 o’clock,in tho dining-, room of tho Tumor Hall, on North Clark street. Good speakers will bo present. Michael Brand, 13(TOA r l*ATfeOß, • John Tutelar, Adodst Beck, And many others. AMUSEMENTS. HOOLEV’S THEATRE. Fair audiences wore present on Monday and lost evening at Hooloy's pleasant theatre, Bart ley Campbell’s “ as tho attraction. “ Through Piro ” is tho first of Mr. Camp boll’s dramatic infants, and, though it has boon played all over tho country, and was ovon produced in Chicago about six years ago, ouo fools a sort of tenderness in taking it up. This fooling of delicacy is rather intensified by tho consciousness that it is intrinsically a tondor and incapablo of standing a vory se vere or searching inspection. Boforo entering into any detailed criticism, it may bo as well to ploco before tho roador a short synopsis of tho pioeo, and lot him form his intelligent opinion upon the merits or demerits of its construction. Bert Bristow Is tho confidential dork of tho bankiug-houao of Josslyn & Co., in which Adam Josslyn and his nephew, Jarvis Joashjn, tho vil lain of tho piooo, aro tho principal figures. Grace 'Josslyn, daughter of tho former and oousin of the latter, is beloved by her cousin aud tho confidential clerk, glvifig hor preference for tho latter. Here wo have jealousy, hatred, and mal ice as the motive of tho villain. Gns Tivis is another olork in tho bank, who becomes a tool for tho villain to carry out his purposes, and for that reason is dissipotod and unprincipled. To those characters is entrusted tho development of tho plot, tho re mainder being merely incidental and accessory. Tho moans whereby tho villain -0880110 his rival aro os follows: A foreign gentleman of peculiar ideas deposits at tho b&uk COO gold doubloons, leaving instructions that tho identical coins must bo restored. By means of a duplicate key Gus Tivis obtains access to tho safo, aud ab stracts 100 of thorn. Ho Is caught in the act by Jarvis, who takes his key from him, and has at once a hold upon him and a moans of ruining his rival, who has, it is supposed, tho only koy to tho safo. When tho depositor calls for his doubloons, they aro taken from tho safe by Jarvis, in presence of Bristow. Tho former charges the latter with tho theft, ■blackens his character, discharges him, aud threatens arrest. Ho then makes an examina tion of tho confidential clerk's books, and erases certain figures so as to mako it appear that a de falcation of $14,000 lies at Bristow's door, his Object *• - **«" nnm nllfnrhirr amount, ilo is observed making tho erasure bv Jium/ta, amrua tu tlm discovery loads to nothing. Bristow takes Badpett into his confidence, and tho two moot Twib, who confesses that ho stole tho doubloons, oud promises to assist in frustrating Jarvis' intended departure for Boston. A weak attempt is made to arrest that bad man at tho depot, but, though Bristow nudges a policeman covered all over with but tons, and assures him that I 'that is tho man,” and though tho policeman goes through a groat deal of pantomime and tolls him that hie time is como, Jarvis exhibits tho false koy to Tivis and presto I tho policeman loosens ills hold and the tram loavoa tho dopot with’ vil lainy triumphant. Bristow aud Badgctt “go West,” oud aro found “on tho plains.” whoro tho former appears to bo an emissary of tho Young Men’s Christian tiou, making long-winded speeches to the trucu lent miners, thorn “ that thoro is .latent in tho breast of every man a sense of jus tice, and tho same God is present in tho rancho as can bo; found in Now York social circles ” Horo, howoyor, bis piety dobs. not prevent his . striking a load.’.’., and getting wealthy. While living this lifo tho pair aro surprised, as well they might bo, at mooting with the Josslyn family, including Badgelt's adored, who is Grace's waitiug-mald. Bristow maintains a scoresy as to his identity, but is discovered on u moonlicht night by Grace, who finds him lying on a rock, iuid promises to many him. Sho explains that sho has an estate In San Francisco. Jarvis, in a soliloquy, explains that ho wants to got it away from hor, and biros Tivis to kill Bristow, whom he has recognized. Aud, though the author es pecially points out that tho year is 1835, Jarvis bauds tho hired assassin a SOO greenback on ac count. Mooting Bristow himself, however, ho trios to murder him, but Badgcit appears with a gun and asks permission to blow his head off. Tho next soon of Jarvis is in a neatly-tur nishod room in the Sierra Nevadan, whoro bo is drinking brandy, when Tivis comes in by the window, revolver in band, and tolls him that ho (Tick) is a wreck, and is soon going ashore upon tho shoals of something or other, but adds that be intends to do Bristow Justice. To do this ho presents his piatol at Jarvis, takes a drink of brandy, makes him write out a confoaoiou of his evil deeds, takosapullat tho brandy-bottle, aud departs as ho came, by tho window. Jarvis follows liira to tho lattice and shoots him, mak ing tho audionco Jump. Boforo ho has boon shot, and therefore whim Within range of tho murderer’s pistol. 2'lvls, by superhuman ingenuity, has buried bis paper, and, when ho falls, is of no uso to Jarvis. Ho is picked up by Bristow just as ho is dying, and the lattor is told where bis vindication can bo found. Ho Is told in a whis per because Jaiwis stands over him. anxious to find out about it. Ho thou com mences tho prayer bis “poor doad mother taught him," and, failing to remember moro than tho first part of it, as all wicked men, especially “on tho plains," manage to do Just when they ought to remember it, dies. Jarvis follows Bnstow up tho mouutaln, as tho lattor started to seek tho buried paper, and shoots him. Tho curtain falls on tho fourth act, Jarvis saying: “ Ila I ha 1 Both dead. I am safe.” Ho returns to Now York wealthy and full of impudonco, and finds his undo on tho vorgo of ruin. On tho stage, respectable old gontlomon with handsome daughters aro in a chronic state of impending min. Tho villain can save them; ho demands tho daughter, aud ilings down tho greenbacks. This is no exception. Grace con sents; thowoddlug-dayarrives; woddlngguests arrive; and so duos Bristow, who is not dead after all, but hearing aloft his little paper, full of confessions signed by Jarvis ; and a conven ient policeman, in white cotton gloves, carries off that unprincipled person, and so on. This is. in brief, tho marvelous outline of the plot. The situations aro strong sometimes. For instance, when Bristow is tolling his mother that Grace will have nothing more to do with him because, in her presence, Jarvis called him 'a thief, Grace promptly drops in and denies tho charge, aud furthermore makes him promise to ho faithful to hor. Later, when Bristow follows Tivis to his room, the latter is going to do tho square thiug, but that koy spoils it. When BadgeWs viscera are about to bo carved from inside him because ho won’t finish his -game of poker, Bristow interposes, and, with tho cheer ful sentiment given . above, throws oil upon tho troublpd waters. One good turn deserves another, and when Jarvis wants to kill Bristow, BadgtU stops In with a gun. There aro some amusing sconce between Badgetl and Jenny, and Col. Bahlnngton and his sinter Putty, but with those exceptions tho dialogue Is heavy, meaningless, and commonplace, On tho whole; “ Through Firo" would do well to rmikwith THE CHICAGO DAILY TlUflUfrE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 1873 spoil nieces ns “ Across‘tbo Continent,” “Tho Bod Pookotbook,” and tho liko. Tho • plooo itself is not wanting in Interest by any moans, , but tho situations aro so glaringly sensational, and tho evolution of the, plot so mazy, and assisted by such a deluge of improbabilities, that tho ploco would readily bo, recognized as an imperfectly, Incubated first of . ,-T R yuung and ambitious play-wright. What there was to it was-excellently exhibited hv Ilooloy’s company; Mr. Blaisdoll, as Bert i . displayed a desire locouatruo the part intelligibly, and succeeded ’in doing so. It Js not Ids fault . that ho delivers a io ai pod moral disquisition to Jenny and Badgctl inpon tho utter worlldosHnous of money no a plaster for disappointment. Mr. Norris, as Otis Tivia, deserved tho applause ho received, because ho looked and noted tno part well. Mr. Olddons, as Badgeit, and Miss Sidney Cowell, ns Jenny, furnished the. lighter parts In a most ac ceptable manner, tho former dressing and acting with that care and effect which have made him a favorite, and • tho latter displaying her old* tlmo vivacity and ■ cheerfulness. Tho part suits her, and ' oho makes ft feature; of It. Mies Meek, ns Grace. Josshjn. was satis factory, and Mrs. Maodor, os Bath/Jiahhinglon, ns usual, very good. Mr. Arnold played the vil lain, Jarvis Joaslyn, where all, or nearly all.; seemed Ids, and lib succeeded fairly. Headed with wonderful coolness during tho trying scone In which, a wreck, that was going aahoro on a shoal drank hhi brandy and threatened to make a telescope out of his head,—so coolly, in foot, that ho could scarcely have supposed the visitor in • earnest. • Tho scenery , is good throughout, ami, - though occasionally very' ambitious, was'aftistid ami realistic. The audi ence testified Cboir approval by applauding sev eral of tho finer scones,. . • aiken’s theatre. Tho second week of Laura Keene’s engage ment at Aikou’a Theatre commenced on Monday evening, on which occasion sho played Mary Leigh in Bouoioault-Roado’s drama, “ Hunted; Down,” to a not very largo house, whioh pecul iarity was observable again Inst evening. A short sketch of tho plot was given in tho amusement column on Sunday, and need not .bo repeated. Tho plot la full of Interest, carefully worked out, and tho interest well sustained. Miss Keene’s impersonation of tho character of Mary Leigh is, liko everything else that she does, self-possessed, thorough, aud pleasing, showing her to bo tho consummate actress ana careful student. -This Appears in her representation of tho affec tionate wife and mother, and more than over in her interview with tho villain who had so. greatly wronged her. Tho quiet dignity 6i conscious rectitude, and tho dread of tho consequences of tho fatal error In marrying again without definite knowledge of her supposed first husband’s demise, woro ex cellently portrayed. In her interview, too, with her husband, after tho latter’s fears and sus picions had boon aroused by tattlers, she dis played considerable pathetic expression. Mr, Frank Mordnunt aa John Leigh was fully up to tho standard of his average excellence, and represented tho manly, trusting artist admira bly. Tho changes of mood, from tbo jovial heartiness in which ho joined in his boy’s play to tho utter incredulity with whioh a moment later ho receives assurance of his wife’s Infidelity, and thou again to tho warm unshaken affection with which ho endeavors to banish her troubles, woro forcibly depicted. Mr. Otis os Sir Arthur Olancurrie dressed tho part well and brought into uotioo what little thoro is to it ? with grace and good taste. Mr. T. J. Laugaon as “ tho broken down gambler,” Count do Willcdorf, was scarcely os commendable. A broken down gambler is, of courso, deserving of no cspooial sympathy, hut certainly does not merit being put on tho stago in tho gutso or a second-hand clothos-doaler in a country town: nor would so awkward a gentleman as Mr. Laugdon long maintain his assumed nobility in a' country whore even gamblers are graceful. Miss Mario Livingston as Mrs. Bollon Jones appeared to fair advantage, as did Miss Lcnqylo aa Olara, tho first wife of tho seody-lookiug Count. Messrs. Hawk and Pierson, as the lords of tho servants’ quarters, woro deserving of notice. “ Hunted Down ” will bo ployed during tho remainder of tho week, except on Friday night, when “ She Stoops to Conquer ” will bo given for Miss Keene’sbenefit, with tho full strength of tho company. NOT 80 VERY COMMENDABLE. There ia a report at Police Headquarters, sott ing forth in tabular form tho number of arrests made by certain .officers during tho month end ing yesterday, and tho amount of fines, accruing from tho arrests. It is presumed by tho report that tho ofllcoro mentioned are the best in their looywiho districts, but tbo general public will wa ‘r wUo know anything about police matters certainly will not, for It is an indisputable fact that nearly one-half of tho arrests made are made without sufficient cause. Police officers, With a few hon orable exceptions, aro in tho habit of magnify ing tho most trivial offrucos, and making it ap pear to tho Justice that tho prisoner, no matter what his social condition may bo, is ono of tho worst men in tho city. Tho intelligent officer who understands hia relation to tho people who my him his salary, roroly makes nu arrest, and hen only for a cause that can bo substantiated without tho aid of tho imagination. Wo give tljo report for what it is worth : First District- William Bartholin, 30 arrests; William Croak 80} Ed. Londorgan, 20; Charles Peters, 29 ; James Morgan. ,20. Second District— Edward Laughlin, 84; John Butler, 81 • B Flynn, 24. Third District—William Sabock, 20 : ?I ar H® ar ff ft P» 18 ? Jecob Sebum, 18 William. 12. First District—Martin Hayes, $Ol9 in flues; Noonan, $679 ; Edward Londorgan, f£9s » O. Minor, $755; Thomas Traynor! 6522. Second District—Edward. Laughlin, 8240: Thomas Grady, $235 ;J. D. Cruotzko, $218: loin Simmons, 8218. Amount of- stolon prop erty recovered—Detectives Gallagher and Slay ton, 81,217: Officer Edward Laughlin, $1,251: Detective Mark Dorgou, $129. A Handsome Establishment, flip. A, Gaydou 1b already Installed lu an elegant new lilaco at No. 129 Dearborn street, near Madison, where ho baa spared neither pains nor expense to make an attractive and rich resort for the beat class of people. Almlnl has lavished “hia talent on the fresco work, and tho cabinet work and windows ore fully In keeping .with It. Tho grand opening look place on Monday oven-: Ing, and was largely attended. Mr. Oaydou la too well known to tho citizens of Chicago to mako particular comment on hla house necessary. Ills bur and lunch counter are well supplied with everything that the taste may desire, and ore proaldcd over by himself and Mr. Henry Gcrrend, a famous compounder of summer beverages. Tho Closing Sale. Our raadora abould not fall to aiteml (bo closing sale, by auction, of elegant statuary, bronzes, ami clocks, to bo made thlß ovcnlng at 8 o’clock by Messrs. Elinon & Foster, at No, 048 Wabash avcuua. This is t 2?. 1 * 0B ; l,V0 c10H1,, 8 8al «. aud the goods will bo sold without regard to value. Sporting. Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune. New York, May' 27.—The Mutual and Balti more Giulia played a very lino game of tho series for tho ohumplousliip on Union Grounds this afternoon, in presence of about 2.000 spectators. At tho end of tho eighth inning the score stood Gtos in favor of tho Mutnals. In tho ninth in ning tho Baltimoros scored 2 runs, and tho Mutuals wont to tho hat amid Intense excite ment. Higham, tho first striker, succodod in getting to third while tho Baltimoros woro put ting out his two successors, and tho moment the ball flow from tho bat of tbo third, ho mado a bold dash for tbo homo base amid tremendous oboorn. Radcliffo took it on a fly, however, be fore ho badgot half way, and - the BaUlmoros wore the winners by tU6 skin of their tooth. /mifiiff*- 1.2 8400780 Doltlmores 3 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 2-7 To-day was the second and closing day of tbo Traiuora and Drivers’ mooting on Doorfoot Park. The day was clear and comfortably coni, and tbo track was in perfect order. Tiro attendance was immense. Thera wore two line trots and an ex tremely exciting saddle race on.tho programme and largo amounts of monoy changed iiundo on tho several results. Tim mooting has boon emi nently successful.* Tho first race was for class No. 8 horses, for which there woro fourteen entries, hut only tho followlng-namod horses started I “Slippery Dick," “Bam Nolan" “Waahbum Maid," and “lluttorlly." They were Urn order named. Times 2:11); The second race was for saddles, and had five starters out of seven entries, as follows: “ iirown Kitty," “ Coroner," “Polly Lewis," “Mystic" and “James K. Polk." After live close boats, they wore placed in Use order named. Time 2:82; 2:84; 2:84*: 2|BBJf, 2:88, The third mi was for class No. 5 horses, and hod olght entries, iu “ appearance 'V I o o ,vm o *m‘’" “ Draper," “Putter Ball," and “Btily, “Alice Brown" won iu three straight boats, tiro others being placed in tho order named. Time : 2:88 s 2:40; 2:40 , Baltimoiie, Md., May 27,—Pimlico Bacon- Tho Imrdlo raco, two miles, was won by Loohiol boating Slookwood, who bolted at the third hunllo. Time, 4:PJ, The ProakuoßS stakes for 8-yoar olds, mlio and a half. , Souvenir. 1 £John. Boulgor, a; Artist 8: Oatesby, 4, The latter was tho favorite Time, 2:48. . Handicap stakes, mile heats t HURlnMfl .......... True Dine Buckdcn I’cimock's bay colt, 8hy100k.i........ Jonnlo Patterson nme, 1:41, Mftitf, Mid IMS#; I’ureo of S7OO, throo rall6B for all. Amos Morriman won, followed liy Liioy Jacloion, Gaya, and Edwin. Time, Diltitf* J SAN FRANCISCO. Opposition to chinoso li)imi ff ratloii— -BniAll.i>oxk.l'o lie lllaiiQ:o(l«>oiiam> l>orof Commerce* San Francisco, May 27.—T1i0 local opposition to Chinese Immigration is taking definite shape. Tho Hoard of Supervisors-will pass an ordinance that all Oblnoso sentenced to tho county Jail bo deprived of thoir pig-tails : levying & tax of sls a quarter on Ohinoßo laundrymon, and prohibit ing tho removal of dead bodies to China. Tho representatives of tho blz . Chinoso. companion telegraphed to Hong Kong, representing tho state or affairs and advising Chinamen to atop coming to California. Sensation reports aro published about leprosy, as if it wore a now thing. It has existed in the city for thirteen or fourteen years, and all aro old cases. To-day throe Chinamen, who died of small pox, wore found concealed in pump-boxes in tho steamer Lord of tho Isles, at her dock Tho ship was ordered at once to quar antine. All tho passengers landed yos .torday. Tho Chinamen say that ono of their .countrymen was ill of small-pox on tho voyage, and was thrown overboard by them. Charles A. Russell, tho murderer of James Grotty, was sentenced to-day to bo hanged July 20. Efforts are making to procure a commuta tion of tho sentence. • Tho annual mooting of tho Ohomborof Com merce elected W. T. Coleman, President. Tho county Jail is overcrowded by Chinoso, convicted of violation of tho sleeping ordinance requiring a certain amount of space for each roan in lodging-houses. Nonopay tho flues, and all prefer to go to Jail. Pittsburgh Oil Market. . Prmoußait, May 27.—Oracle oil a shade Armor, but nominal at $3.80 porbrl at Parker’s Lauding, equal to fl&o per gallon hero. Refined, quiet; .little doing; sales at IGo free on board tlio cars : Pittsburgh de livery, 10#C. .... 6 LUMBER. _ . Tomcat Evening, May 37.' Tlio following were the receipts • and shipments of lumber for the week ending May 24: _ ' Jttceiph, Shipments. Lumber, m ft 83,330 Shingles, m 20,705 11,870 Lath, m.... 2,233 1,700 The offerings at tho docks wore again largo,’the greater part of yestordoy’s fleet wore still on sale, and quite a number of vessels have arrived to-day. Thera was a fair attendance of local dealers, but tho inquiry on country account was light. In tho mondng trade ruled dull, aa buyers and sollora wore apart lu their views. But later lu tho day quite a number of cargoes wore disposed of, lower prices being accepted for common lumber. Owing to the arrival of so largo a fleet at this time of tho week, the market for all grades is weakened more or less, though prices for choice lumber are about tho same os they have been Coarse mixed sold at SIO.OO, and fair to good boards and strips at $13.76014.60 s choice do at $16,76010.60. Ifita remained steady at $3.60, and shingles at $3,000 8.35. Tho following sales noro reported: E. B. Blake. , ?. m M» B kcgon,lßo m strips and boards at $14.60 : lath, $2.60. J, p. Word, White lAko, 80 m coarse mixed at $10.00: lath, $3.60. Yankee Blade, from Oconto, 100 m boards and strips at $13.76; 80 m lath at $2.60; Mary MoVoa, from OccQtOr 170 m boards and strips at. $18.76: 60 m lath at $3.60. Jennie Mullen, from Menominee, 100 m com mon and clear at SIO.OO, $20.00, and $35.00. Ithlca, from Muskegon, 140 m strips ana boards at $14.00; 10 mlathats3,6o. Lincoln Ball, from Muskegon, 180 m ■trips and boards at $10.60. Scovllle, from Muskegon. 100 m strips and boards at $15.76, mill tally. mmssn rnximiTfl. $3.00 ; Ludlnglon. $2,7503.00; Muskegon, $2^2503.60; Oconto. $3.6004.00; Menominee, $3,850 8.00; Poutwater, $2.76; White Lake, $2.6002.76: Grand Haven, $3.60. ' , AT THE TAUDB. The demand for lumber continues fairly active at tho annexed prices : * First clear $52.00 ©55.00 Second clear, 1 Inch to 2 Inch 47.00 060 00 Third clear, 1 Inch 38.00 @40.00 Third clear, thick 43.00 ©46.00 Clear flooring, Ist and 2d together, rough 40.00 042.00 Clear elding, Ist and 2d together..... 23!oo 024.00 Common riding..... •. 20.00 @21,00 Common flooring, dressed, first 84.00 ©30.00 Common flooring, dressed,second.... 28.00 6430 00 Wagon-box boards, selected, 14 inches and upTOrd @40.00 n { K>ar< J B i 30.00 @38.00 Bstock b0ard5,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,. soon raonoo ODtock boarao..:. jfg? common boards I" * la'nn S Joist, scantling, small Umbo** i«e, 1 * ® l ,0 ° Irt foof iiiJunils. 13.00 014.00 Joist and scantling, 18 to 24 feet 16.00 ©'’O 00 SSI& o' I ?*™ «.oo Pickets, flat.... 12.00 @ic.oo Cedar posts, split @IB.OO Cedar posts, round ..., 17.00 @26.00

N0..l sawed shingles 1.50 © 2.00 Shiualwon track 8.12^@8.25 No.inavvod. 1.23 @ 1.50 Throe dollars per car to bo added when transferred, which charge follows tbo shingles. Thickness—X'lro shingles to bo two inches In thick ness. Length—Sixteen inches. HARDWOOD, • J l c J®s? ut “ Oo'mtore, $100.00(3)150.00 • clear. $05.00(575,00 • common, $10.00@50.001 cull. S3O 00<a 35.00; flooring, $50.00@00.00. ■ * • I lT^ clear j *30*W)@lO.OO; common, $20.00®23.00 s cull, $12.00®18.00 ; flooring, $30.00@10.0o! * ot.ujjmfeW’ 00 ® 10 ' 00 ' m00 ® 23 - 00 : 0 ?® 15 - 005 oommon ' ‘“• 00 ® eu?K& W,t1,lS ‘“ l “ mmoD ’ * M -°°@ ! “’-00; 35'0o ttor “ Ut ~° 1 “ r ’ * SO - 00 3 l!0 - 0 0 i common, *25.00® ■ j orr y—Olear* $50.00@fl0.00; common. $25,003 -83.00! CUll, $12.00018.00. . ' pilewooa-CJtsar, $30.00@40.00 j common. $20.00 ,@30.00 ; cull, $10.00315.00. ' Wagon Hickory axles, per sot, $1.0031.50: wagon poles. each, 46@Mo; box boards, $35.00940.00. Markets by telegraph. Now York Fluancinl New,. KbwYohk, May 27. —The recent dullncee in Wall ■tract wee euccccuod to-day by ectlytly In some do partmonto, thcro being an Increased doraand for money at sharper rates, and a remarkable downward movement lu union Pacific shares and bonds and Pa cific Mall stock. Tho fall In tho former securities was occasioned by heavy solos under tho publication of tho •bill In equity by tho United States against tho Com ply, while tho decline In Pacific Mail was caused by :umavorablo rumors relative to Its affairs, Including : stQ . t °? lo “A ß tlmt 010 Howo mortgage is to bo contestod. and that tho Company la actually Indebted to Its Pres ident. Instead of the reverse. Conflicting reports pre vailed os to tho probable result of tho election of Directors to-morrow. Lato In tho afternoon, tho following names worn stated -os tho compromise ticket: A. B. Stockwell,. T. W Park, Rufus Hatch. J, D. Smith. J. M. t>°;, J * oaborae » C“pt. Bradbury, Russoll Sago. F. W. Bellows, and O, B. Scott. As a matter of fact, It may bo staled that tho annual report, to bo submitted to-morrow, will show. a vastly better condition of affairs than was generally anticipated. Money was easy during tho morning at C@7. but more active In tho afternoon at sharp 7. ■ ho“1S»«'?Xh 1 .“ 8V ® 10 “« ,orlJo *»-■ “? • Gold declined in tho morning from 110 Wto 117« on rumorsthatthobulla were selling a lSgo amouS? 1 ,^ ut firmer in the afternoon, rising to 118tf, and closing at no?*@Hßtf. Loans -i C . P o ?* . to flat, with Indications of a largo short Interest. Tho importers, however, aro believed to have managed to secure time loans sulU aDy auddon squeeze. Clearings. $82,000,000. Treasury disbursements, $90,000. Ousi toms receipts, $264,000. Govoramouts were dull but strong, Btato bonds wore qulot. Stock speculations wore more active, with very largo dealings In Union Paclflo and Pacific Mallf The doc Uno In the former was followed by a sharp break inii tllo , lluJer which there was a general por sent, with a heavy, un settled fooling until near tho close. Union Paclflo was sold down from 80Jtf to 25if. recovering 1 per cent In the final dealings. There was a corresponding decline In its bonds, Paclflo Mail was forced down from 45;* to 41?*, but also finally ro covered 1 per cent, Tho remainder of tho list con tinued weak to tho oloso of tho day, tho chief fluctua tions being Western Union, 85# to 841* ; 0., O. & | £•» 2 « 5 * \ Ht * raul.'BOV to 64; Wabash, 68?* to N®, w Oonlral, 100?* to par; Erie, 02;*® Sfr • o,,l0B » J Rock !■{«£ 108 I’rlday will ho holiday, ; aoyXBNUEKT BOND*. • rm POn . B 'J, I 123 ’• Coupons 'O7. 121 V s*-0b of 62.. xioitf Coupons, ’08..,,, ...,120V Coupons,'o4 Coupons, ip 118 Currency Oa no# Coupons, ’OS (new).. .119 Now 5a.. 110 ~, STATS BONDS. Missouri 03* Virginias, old 43 lonnesacos, old 80* North Carollnos, 01d.,29 Tenueasoes, now 80*4 North Carollnas, now.lo Virginias, now 60 ‘ . HTOI Canton 05 , Western Union 84V Quicksilver 40 Adams Express 02U Wollfl Eargo eo American Express... 68V United State* Ex.,., <jqis I’acltlo Mall 43# Now York Central.. .100 •Erie Erio pfd Harlem.jjy v Harlem pfd ,’!l80 Mlohloan 0«ntc*1...,j03 HI Paul pf«l 73Jf Wabaah 0714 Wabash pfd 84 Fort Wayne o‘Jj^ Torre Haute 15 Torre Haute nfi1,,..; 40 Chicago A Alton 100 Chicago & Alton pfd, 110 Ohio A Mlaalosippl.. 40|f 0., 0. A O 87>jf 0., I). AQ 108 ■ Lake Shore 00>f Indiana XUlBOla Central Ui Pittsburgh 87, V Union Pnclflo 20V Northwestern 75 Union Pnclflo bonds. 85 V Norlhwofllcrn pfd.... 84 Central Pnclflohonds.lo3V uqok Island,. ....... 107 ft Dol. Lock, k Western.lo3 W N. J. Central 105 Hartford & Erie..,.. 2 Bt. Paul i B*V .0 I 1 .18 3 .3 3 0 .8 4 0 .5 5.0 .4 (tin. JPorolfftt marked*. London, May 37—5:00 n. in.—Consols, f»3V• 5-30# of ’O3, 01V • do of ’O7, 04V • KMOs, 88W ; now 6s, BUV j Brio, id}{. PiUNKronr, May 27.—5-20« of V.3, 05V. Pahib, May 37.-Houles, Bflf. 15c. Liviuu’ool, May 27.—Cotton quint j middling up lands. 87,' d; Orleans, OVOOVd. Salon, 13,000 bales; BjwcnlnUon and export, 2,000 bairn. Lawns and fabrics at Manchester quiet and un changed. Urcndnlnffs and. provisions qulotnnd unchanged, llecolpta of corn for thn past three days, 32,000 auarloru; American, 20,000. Iloceipta of wheal for iroo days, 85,000 quartern, nil American. Ruffnlo Live-Stock market. Buppai.o, N. Y.. May 27.—Oatti.e—To-day, Includ ing 100 cars reported to arrive, 3,210 head ; total for the week, 0,080. Tho market opened slow, Imt na fho day advanced trade became more active, at mo increase oyer last week’s closing rates. Tho quality of the sock wpagood; 1,100 wore disposed of. Bales: 704 Illinois steers, av 1,017 to 1,388 lbs, at $5.7500.33 ; 50 do, av 1,113 to 1,331 lbs, at $5.0500.25; 40 Illinois Stockers, avßßo to 004 lbs, at $5,4005.00 ;40 Missouri steers, av 1,243 to 1,359 lbs, at $0.2300.301 30 lowa steers, av 1.073 to 1,841 lbs, at $5.05 ; 4 Michigan Stock ers, av 030 to 075 lbs, at $5.3505.50 : 20 Ohio (dockers, av 030 lt>», at $5.50 : 20 Texas steers, av 1,088 lbs, ut $5.75. . , SiiEP-p and Lamdb—To-day, 1,000; total for the Week, 3,400. Tho market bus not fairly opened, but prices look downward. llpos—To-tlny. including reported arrivals, COO; total for tho week, 8.800. Tho market was slow and drugging at $5.3505.43, Sales: 385 Indiana boon. 105 to 180 at $5,3005.35; 110 Ohio hogs, 180. at $6.35 247 lowa hogs, 207, at $5.45:110 Illinois hogs, 208. a $5.40 ; 80 Ohio pigs, 80, at SO.OO. ' Wow York l>ry Goods market. New York, May 27.—Business was quiet with tho agents, hut wab rather more active in tho jobbing trade. Tho market for cotton goods was unchanged, but the Jobbing prices remain irregular for sheetings and shirtings. Colored cottons moot with a steady de mand, and are firm In price. Prints are quiet, except m job lots now on tho market, which move briskly. Shawls rule quiet and weak. Heavy casslmorcs, heav ers, and chinchillas are taken more freely by tbo clothing manufacturers. Black grenadines and plain gray Japanese cloths are In demand and scarce. Other Ibrclgn goods are dull. Boston liivo Stock Market* _ Waiditowh, Mans., May 27.-—Cattle Receipts, 1(873. • Prices well sustained. Sales of choice at SIO.OO @10.79; extra, $0.00(0,0.75 ; first quality, $8.00(30.00; second, $6.0007.50 j third, $5.0005.50. . Sheep and Laudm*—Receipts, 003. Market active. Bales of wool sheep In lots at $3.0004.50 each : extra. $5.00(38.00; spring lambs, $0.00012.00. Vsai, OanvEs—s3.ooolo.oo. The Produce Markets* „ NEW YORK. Nkw Totik, May 29.—Cotton—In moderate demand: Orleans, lo&c. ’ IlßEADsrurrfl—Flour lower, with very limited ex port demand ; super Western and State, $0.7500,25; common to good extra, $6.0507.20; good to choice, $7.2008.30; white wheat extra, $8.25010.50; extra Ohio $0.00010.25 ; St. Louis, $7.35012.50. llyo flour quiet at $4.7508.00. Corn meal dull. Wheat unchanged : receipts, 73,000 hu j No. 2 Chicago spring, $1.5001.00; do lUlwaukoo,s!.o4; Northwestern, $1.62. llyoqulot; Western, Me. Barley unchanged. Mult quiet. Corn scarce and firmer, hut with a moderate export do maud; receipts, 91,000 hu Inferior now mixed Western, C2#0630; common to very choice do, 03hj©05o; yel low Western 05060; old mixed, 07c. Oats steady; It^ Ipto t- 20 L 000 bu *1 now nilxed Western, 61®62v<c | white, Egos—Firm; Western, 17017*tfc. . Hat—Firm. ' Hors—Quiet.. Groceries— Coffee quiet and firm; Rio, 17&®105/c. Sugar dull and heavy; centrifugal, 9 :WCc; I'orlo Rico, OA4C. Molasses quiet and unchanged. Rico steady at 7&@Btfc. 0 . * Petroleum— Crude, O^c; refined, 20&o. Quiet and firmer. Now mess bork, 510.75@17.00. Roof quiet and unchanged. Cut meals qulot; shoulders, T.Vfo; middles dull: long clear. B*f L,rd Butter— Quiet; Western. 18@24c. Creese—Qulot; 12©15 Wo. WmsKET—Lower; U4c. BUFFALO. Bofmlo. May 27. -Bkeadstuits—Flour steady. "WLcat dull; No, a Chicago offered at $1.41; No. a KS?^ kc Sr d 2 b •* »U3@1.44. Cora dull; s&lca of 10,000 bu No. aat 40Q47&0 In lota, Cate dui ai 420. Oaxal FnEioiixa—Strong and unchanged. A'HILiUJELPinA. Philadelphia, May 27.—Breadsttjpm—Flour un* Srt '\k“L decl i 1 nln 8» « d » H.WH81.05; orabor, ST*W, Com nctlyo; yellow, G4u@Cso! mixed Wcßtcm, CSo; white, CSo. OaU Armor; white 48@60c; mixed, 40#®470. ' Cbudb I’ErnoLEUM—l3>tfc; reAnod, lotfc. Whisky— Advancing toudeucy, at 05c. BALTIMORE. Baltimoue, May 27.—Brkadbtdfps—Flour un changed. Wheat unchanged. Corn steady: mixed Wcßtcro, 04c. Data oulet; mixed Western, 49®50c; white, 51(a!520. Rye dull, - ’ io^rS OVI n I0N& ” A i ® had ® firmer; mess pork, $17.50® 18.00. Bacon quiet; shoulders, •Bo ; rib nldcn. o*<® 0,Vo; clear rib, 100. Sugar-cured hams, 14Q10c. Lard vary dull at O®9JKc. VJ * mmu Butter—Choice Western, 24@20c. Dsc. uxusviiLAND. Cleveland, May 27.—Breadstuffs—Wheat dull and unchauged. Cora steady ot 63®54c. Data quiet; «o, 1 State, 450; No. 2, 42c. * IG tf 0 for standard white s 23 ®23jtfo for legal-teat Ohio. _ _ ST. LOUIS. Bx. Louis, May 27.—Breadstuffd—Flour dull ami unchauged. Wheat dull, lower: No. 2 red winter, $1.G5®1.08 j No. 3 do, $1.50 in elevator; No. 2 Blirlugoiromlnt Corn Arm ; No. 3 mixed. 37® 87>jo on track ; 38®390 in elevator; illrf'Qill/c sdler £“|/* ,° Btca(i y 5 No - 2. 32@32,Vc In elevator : 01U @3.0 for June, llyo quiet oudstcady at CB®fl9o. Bar ley dull and nominal. . PnovisioNß—Fork hold Arm at 117.25Q17.80. Bulk meats dull and nominal. Bacon firmer hut quiet: ahouldcrs, TJtfcj clear rib, UWc ; clear, OVfe. Whisky—steady at 00c. ’ ™ Cattle—Quiet; shipping grades scarce; fair to Choice, 4®s&c. Iloas—Quiet and unchangod,_ ; LOUISVILLE. Louisville, Ity., May 27.—Flour—Unchanged. Provisions— Moss pork higher at $17.00. Bacon !m 5 •boulders. 9 -*® 9 '* 0 * clcar t packed, iiatnit, plain, 10® ol3Xc; sugar-cured, 13?tf®14c. Bulkmeats atwuly and unchanged. Lard, tiorcea, OQO&o; primo steam, c. wuiSKT—Unchanged; Iron-bound, 01c, OSWEGO. Osweoo, May 27. —Wheat qulot; No. 1 Milwaukee. $1.C3®1.05. Com dull; Western, sflc. NEW ORLEANS, New Orleans, slay 27.—Hav—Dull and lower s . prime, $22.00; choice, $25.00. ' Provisions—Pork quint at $17,25, Bacon firmer at 10c. Hams, 13®14c. Others unchanged. The rain checks business. Cotton—Quint j sales 8,600 bales; good ordinary, J6 ‘a'c : low middlings. lUj^no; mlddlhigs, 10<ai8Vc middling Orleans, 18VQI8>Jo. Receipts, 417 bales: exports to Great Britain, 1,028; stock, 100,51)0, MILWAUICEE. Milwaukee, May 27.—Breadstuffo—Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat atoudy ; No. I, $1.34?f; No 2 1J.30. Oats firm; No. 2. 32c, Cora steady ; No. 2. 41>*c.Ryo steady; N0.1,C90. Barley qulot and weak; No. 2,82 c. Fiuaonro—To Buffalo, fl)*; Oswego, 13c. RcctiiTS—Flour, 6,000 brls 5 wheat, 175,000 bn. Biui'ubntb—Flour, 8,000 brls; wheat, 42.000 bu. DETROIT. Denton, May 37. Bueadstuffs—Flour qulot and unchanged. Wheat lower; extra while, $1.95 ; No. 1, SI.BB 5 amber, $1.70. Cora steady at 170. Oats dull and lower at 4lc. FnEiauTS—To Oswego, 7c. TOLEDO. Toledo. May 27.—Bmt-.n.jxi/f'w—Flour qulot anu unchanged. Wheat dull; No. 2 white Wabash, $1.79 ; No. 3 do, $1.74 s No. 1 white Michigan, $1,76 amber Michigan, spot. $1.07 w : seller June, $1.65; No. 1 rod, $1.71; No. 2 do, SI.OB. Corn a shado higher J high mixed, 40,V0 upot, or seller Juno, 490: July, low mixed, 40c.- Oats steady; No. 2, 40j*c spot, 40kfo seller Juno. ’ Freights—Firm and unchanged. Receipts—Flour, 1,000 brls; wheat, 13,000 bu: com, 31,000 bu ; oats, 4,000 hu. ’ ' Shipments—Flour, 3,000 brls: wheat. 19.000 bu* corn, 40,000 bu; oats, 700 bu. CINCINNATI. 27.—Brkadhtuffs—Flour dull at |7.05®8.00. Wheat quiet; No. 2 rod winter, $1.68® $1.60. Corn quiet at 49@60c. Ryo nominal at 82c. Oats qulot at 37®480. Barley nominal. Provisions—Steady. Pork firm at $10.76@17.00. offerings light; steam hold at Btrc, with 9o bid for buyer July ; kolllo hold at 9c. Bulk meats opened strong, closing steady ; shoulders, o?*® Olio: dear rib, 8*@8?*o; dear. Bacon steady; shoulders, 7J*c; dear rib, Oifo; dear, U)*o. WmsKX-Stmdy at 00c, . ’ ' MARINE. PORT OF CHICAGO. ARRIVED..... .May 37 fltmr Brooklyn, Ogdousburgb, 103 brla sugar, 400 lixb lemons, 10 cunea figs. Bchr Richard Mott, Oconto, 160 m lumber, fiehr Albrocbl, Oconto, 2JO m lumber, CO m lath. Bohr Mary MoVea, Oeouto, 11*0 m lumber. Bcbr Murlou Kagan, Oconto, 200 m lumber, Prop M. Oroli, Manistoo, 110 m lumber, Bebr A. Frederick, Whlto Lnko, 120 m lath, Sclir Jobu Minor. Oconto, 270 in lumber, 120 m latb lb-op Bt. Lqulh, liultalo, cargo of sundries. Btmr Bhoboygan, Manitowoc, 200 bxa cbeciio, 3W brio Hour, 6'JU brla ivork, CO balea wool, 18 pkga buU ter, and sundries. Bebr Ninth Ohio, Muskegon, 40 m lumber. 6 m lath 1,600 Hoa, ’ » Bebr Entorprlso, Muskegon, 00 m lumber, flehr Arctic, Muskegon, 176 m lumber. Bebr O. J. Boeder, Muskegon, 120 m lumber. Bebr Z. O, Binumms. Manistoo, 140 m lumber. Bebr Julia B, Morrill, Manistoo, 200 m lumber. Bebr J. A. Holmes, Muulatoo, 160 ut lumber. * Scow Boa Bird, Manistee, 140 m lumber, Bebr Emulino, Manistoo, 160 m lumber, Bobr Lizzie Doak, Bt. Joseph, CO m lumber. I’rop East, Ponlagoro, 2.840 brlu salt. Prop Europe, Goderich, 2,000 brls salt. Brig Pilgrim, Muskegon, ICO tu lumber. Prop Ira Ohuffeo, Kaugatiu-k, 20 sacks hair, IB bzs flab CO m lumber, 80 m shingles, . . . * Prop Merchant, Buffalo, 660 bats railroad Iron. S'jow South Side, White Lake, 123 m lumber. Prop Annie Young, Buffalo, 600 bars railroad Iron, 200 brls apples, and sundries. Prop Idaho. Buffalo, 060 stool rails, 763 brls BUgnr. Bchr Fllorctta, Buffalo, 676 tons coal. Bnlir a N. Johnson, Oconto, 213 m lumber, (50 m lath. Blmr Alaska, Erie, 27 pkga wine, ami nundrios. Bark E. O. L., Menominee, 200 in lumber. Bchr E r,a Day, Ludlnglou, 120 m lumber. b«hr Liberty, Muskegon, 80 m lumber. Hour Sardinia, Manistee, 140 m lumber Bcow schr Felicitous, Manistee, 100 m lumber B.;hr Margaret Dali, Oconto, 160 m lumber. Relir Bjioc<l, Muskegon, 0.1 m lumber, • Ho hr Amuskcng, Oconto, 200 m lumber. achr Bchr Lincoln Dali, Muskegon, 176 m lumber. ~ CLEARED May 27, Bcbr Mucking Bird, Buffalo, 31,000 Im wheat. Ir°p city of Traverse, Travcrao City, 1,700 bu wheat, „ , 00 brls hoof. s}o brltf pork, and sumlrlos. • Bcbr 11. p. Baldwin, Buffalo, 33,570 Im corn. , Bchr American Union, Buffalo, 31,317 bu corn. Prop Canada. Montreal, 17,000 Im wheat. I Bcbr Montpelier, Ogdonsburgb, 20,120 bu com. ' ( Behr Eliza Day, Ludlußton, 1,000 Im oats, 10 tons bay. Blmr Alphona, Muskegon, 215 pkRH mindries. l*rop Alaska, Erie; 1,000 brls Hour. Prop .Russia. Buffalo, 40,000 Im oats, 16,800 bu wheat, 2,100 brls flour, 383 neks oil cake, (500 bags flax seed. Prop Vanderbilt, Buffalo, 36,000 bu corn, COO brls corn meal, 200 brls flour, 100 brls oat meal, 60 tes lard. Prop Idaho, Buffalo, 0,000 bu com, COO brls corn moat, COO brls flour, 0 tmga feed, 20 brls flour. Bark Puusaukco, Buffalo, 37,000 Im corn. LAKE FREIGHTS. Freights were active at 6c for corn, fle for wheal, and *Hc for oats to Buffalo. To Oawcgo or Kingston 11 and 12#o for corn and wheat, Tho charters reported were: To Buffalo, schrs Kate Darloy (changed), /Etna, Wilbur, Unadllln, for corn nt 6o ; F. B. Gardner, ryo ntßo;* prop Montana, oatsnllifo. To *, nr t Colhornc, schr Philo Scovllle, for wheat nt Co. lo Boston via Ogdotmburgh, propn Brooklyn and St. Allmus, coin at 20c, To Portland vinßsrnin, prop City °fPr Clr^ l »?? ta nt u X°'f hargo Guiding Star, com at 25c. To Oswego, schr llnttlo Wells, corn nt live. Total capactty equal to 21,000 bu wheal. 278,000 bu corn, 27,000 bu ryo, and C2.U00 bu oats. VESSELS PASSED DETROIT. *™orr. Mch ; . 27.—Passed Up-Props Gor don Oamptwll, oily of Concord; harks O. K. Nlms, Thomas Street; schrs D. P. Dobbins, W. B; Allen, Exl press, Victor, Nevada, 11. O. Winslow, Stampede. Will lam Ogdon, Breed, Now Dominion, E. Cohen. . Passed Down—Props Fayotto, Dunkirk and barges, Allegheny and barges ; schrs O. Raab, Merrick, Clay ton Bello, Donaldson, David WcUb, A. L. Audkows. Wind—Southwest. Detroit. Mich., May 27—Evening.—Passed Up— Bchrs. St. Andrews, Prank ; barks Smith, Post. Polly Rogers. ' ’ ■ Passed Down—Prop D. W. Powers ; eebra Jessie, Oneida, George Wand, ' Wind—Southwest. ILLINOIS RIVER AND CANAL NEWS, fipmol DUpateh to The Chicago Tribune. LaSalle, Slay 27. —T1i0 steamer Joe Fleming nr rlvoil Rile nionilng. towing the canalboal Monte Obrl»- to from St. Louis with pig iron for Joliet; tbo IsabeUs,, llgUt, front Bt. Lons, destination unknown, and tbo Robert Holmes, light, from Florence, destination un known. Bbo also towed eight Ico-bargos from Bt. Louln, and dropped tbroo at Font and five at points below. Bbo departed towing tbo American Star with lumber for Florence, the Col. Taylor with lumber for Monlcsuma, tbo Leviathan with lumber for Henry, atm to take flvo barges of Ico from Pont for various southern ports, Tbo canal-boat Paragon was towed up from Peru and passed Into tbo canal to load with LaSalle coal for Chicago. Tbo stmr American Spy, light, sailed up from Pekin and passed Into the canal. Four foot and 7 Inches of water reported on Henry Lock, Fourteen foot and 2 Inches of water on the mltcrslil of Lock 18. Canal Office, Chicago, May 27.—l:U' p. m .— MmiVEU—Menard, Ottawa, il,ooo bu corn: Drill, East Morris, 118 tons coal; Dolphin, Ottawa, C.BOO bu com: and several boat-loads of stono, * Cni!*nEi>—North Star. Ottawa, S,CM posts : Monarch. Lockport, 60,318 ft lumber: J, D. Leonard, Henry! ICJ tons coal : 11. B. Goodoll, Ottawa, 77,030 ii lumber 100 brls salt; Mobuwk Iloilo, Henry, 85 tons coal, 25 tons Iron ; Messenger, Henry, 103 tons coal: Atlantic, Morris, 85,354 ft lumber. . MISCELLANEOUS. Tho tug Oriolo baa just boon Bold to the St. Bernard Coal Association, of Memphis, Toun., for $9,800. The Oriolo will loavo Boon for tho Mississippi River by wav of the canal. She ia about seven years old, and was built at Miller’s dock, in this city. -~Tho Bchr' 4 E ° L,” bound from Menomlneo to Chicago with lumber, wont ashore at Washington Har bor In a fog, Saturday, APeehtlgo tug, looking fora yea^erS U, EOLarrived hero safely —While tho Bchr John Miner was being towed away from tho lumber docks this afternoon her mlzzon ton. most was caught In tho Jlbboom of tho achr Pilgrim, and both tho mast and tho Jlbboom wore torn off are indebted to Mr. 11. D, Haddock, clerk of the Btmr Peerless, for tho following extracts from the Jog of the steamer while on the down passage from Lake Superior: Btmr Peerless left Houghton and Hancock on tho morning of Wednesday, May 21. Tho schrs Metropolis and Lilly Pratt were at too Entry Heft L Aubo tho same noon, and arrived In Marquette tho following evening, running • through considerable ico. Loft Marquotto Saturday noon. The following steamers and vessels wore tboro: Props Mayflower Sheridan, Mineral Rock, and Van llaaltosteam barges D, W. Powers, 9. E. Sheldon, and J. S Fav achre Ltnuo.C. 11. Johnson, A. O. Morey, Kato Olllett! Gen. Iranz Sigol, King Sisters, 0. J. • Mngill, D. P Rhodes, and bark City of Buffalo. Mot tho prop Nor man uuncr way lUIO MantucHo. Arrival nt Canal on the morning of the 25th. Tho following vessels panned through tho canal tho day previous, bound up ; Timothy Baker, Midnight, Jura/ William koung, John Burl, Uaivcst Homo, and Thomas 8 Mott. The Eacnnaba was discharging at tho Sault Mot the prop Bt. Paul in Mud Lake. Tho Q. W Shor ma n and York State were at Detour. , or —Ballautlno & Co.’s now barkonhno, A. B. Mooro was launched fully rigged, at Wononal on Saturday K.°„ r n n?°V 0 . lOnB « f ?V oWfl , : length Of keel, 230 ft.;* breadth of beam, 38 ft. 8 In.; length, over all. 247 ft •• draft when loaded, 14 ft.: carrying capacity, 73 000 bu of com, or 1,400,000 ft al lumber. Cost, J85.000, Sbo will bo commnniioil by Obtain Oltaorc, oud Ucimlng to Chicago on her Aral trip. —The schr launched at Bailey’s shipyards,on Satnr &?o*XS ctl tho E * * • ™T^n°iJ 01llowl °S la , from tho l 0» 6t Reamer J. A. Dlx, on thei passage down from Lake Superior • Tho schrs Oak Leaf, Exchange, A. P. (Irovo, J. l! Gross > l l vcr » 0. Ni:lssou, A.P. Grover, Montana, Maumee* wf Q V° y {i au(l 'i c . u ? th ,° Wave were anchored at White Marquotto ** otalnctl Ico—bound principally for r«™S£. B T?* of tho 21st says, concerning ih« r Hii oU ? ar: ,, rrom « reliable pourco v.o have It lnrt or °i 8 " ott , oexcMl l 6 foot of water ou tho bar. £ rftWiu g °\ or that amount cannot go up ° r ? £ Four vessels wore hard aground on tho oud Ughtora. Ua Wlir ° <ml),l! ° t 011 ‘to«W Of logo retire henceforth from the Lake Superior route, JnS plj between Buffalo and Chicago * —Tho steamer Annie Horton? which want nsw*** Kincardine, Lake Huron, S& "£ been got off and taken to Chatham by tho stSmor W 8. Ireland. Sbo 1b to bo reconstructed, and before long will again be In commission. * u ueioro —Thirty thousand dollars was pala for tho uronnllnr Rocket, and $23,000 for tho Comet. propeller —The expedition which left this cltj B omo Uin* weeks ago for Lake Superior to recover«lS bSaS W« r - ,l “‘ l Saturn, which got adrift from tht B £mo? John A. Dlx, last fall, huvo returned, being unSSSSS fuI. One of tbo WTBckti lies above White Fish Kbit and the other some 18 miles above VormlUlon Pa" ’ Both are badly broken up, Imbedded lu sand, and liu! possible of recovery. Tho crews of botfi barges . perished, the bodies of nono have ever been seen or to i“aon-8/S torful0,0,11 ta ward, on board of steam and sail craft. Tho total number of bushels of grain was 1,625.148 • Buffalo, May 21.—Italos uiiclmngcd. Charters re ported : Schr 0. G. Breed, coal to Uacino at $1.25 per ton, freo; schrs F, D. Barker and Walter IJ. Allen, T°r C rt k \ a xH° , ot sl,oo i Pchr »• p > Dobbins, samo schrH. D.XUnalow, coal to Detroit at fiOopor ton freo, schr Dan Marble, coal to Toledo at COo nor lon free; Bchr Waucoma, salt to Cleveland alflopcrbrl f. o. b.; schr Hasoo, salt to Manitowoc at 28c per brl f. o. b., and Iron ore from Escuuabo to Buffalo at jd.GO mr ton ; Bchr Woucomu, Ironoro from Marquotto to ftlnMS?i°«i , ni ßOr<s r to ? ? barko * ic * Nimi, « c ° ai Chicago at SI,OO per ton, free; schr Stampede, coal to Bboboygau on 11. t. : schr N. M. StMaril, to arrive, coal to Milwaukee at $2.00 per ton, free * —Wear© Indebted to Mr. T. 9. Bake:, clerk of tho propeller Hurd, for tho following log of the first Lake Superior trip: Vo soiled fimulay, May 11, at 8 a. m.; touched at Milwaukee, Pt, Washington, and Bhoboy » beaded tor the Mnultou Islands, and wooded on them j readied Sault River at 12 noon, tho lillh j mot In Mud Lake schooners L, J. Farwell and Hemls pheroln tow of tug t. M. Pock down { laid overnight Xi miles below the canal, ami wooded: reached tho cn * ial at 0 a. ni. tho 14th; locked through with the steam Largo Powell; stopped above the canol, and bought Itons hoy, fearing wo did not havo feed enough for our cattle; took time to team it and did not get away from tho canal till 10 o’clock a m.; left steam barge Powers & Sheldon oud steam barge Wolmoro H Ksoort, propellers Alexis and Ouya ro, lying tied up Just above tho canal, waiting for the first bout down to learn tho condition of the Ico Rc nortH being very bad about Ico ou Lake Superior, wo thought wo would try It, and did; wo found Ice soon, nud tried to run around It, till wo wore thirty miles from shore, and then could not seo wulor beyond: Ico bad extended out ahead of us ; making CO miles inm shore, wo concluded It was beat to head her Into the ce, and started for Or. Island and Marquotto; laid lu H “ j*! o , l of tho Uth; ran through Ico all ilny of tho 15th , gut within 16 miles of Marquotto : Ice was too heavy : had to urn back : mot tho Norman hero • slio turned buck with us ; alter working togothor for half tho day, laid in Ico all night of IBlh: f* 11 through Ico all day of IGth, in many places Ico was packed 10 and 13 feet deep ; ilormim got fast, and wo pulled her out; gave her wood twice, and coal inn?.* w^ r Votl a . fc Portage Lake on the evening of Iflth , Norman stopjiod bolow the towns to wood : wu went on, and received a grand salute of guns and wlilHtlcs, being tho firnt boat up; got through dis charging freight, and loft there Sunday evening, May 18; touched at la, in., and started for Marquotto fi a. m.. Muvip; ran through heavy Ice all day, and laid in ice all took five hours to nig her. out; fell lu with propollor Bhorldan, and worked together all day in heavy Ico; got night of the 10th; started at day-llgut, and got faat; fast several times; helped ouo another out; laid lu Ico all night of 20th, with eight other propellers In sight; started up again lu the momingi sud full in wlththo propeller Pacific; all thou worked together till noon; thou loft the Bherldan and Paclflo; ran hall an bour, and found the steam barge Tuttla abend fast in (bo ice; pulled her out; In doing bo got Ntnok oursclvco; took four hours to dig box out; pulled the bargo clear again, and wo both started ntul arrived at Marquette Just beforo dark. Left Marquette Saturday, May 64, at 0:30. a. m.; bad con* sidcrablo trouble in ice going to Or. Island: bad to lay there all night on-account of ice, ami a very dark night: passed through ilia Bnult Canal at 4:30 Hutmay morning; arrived at Mackinaw at 8:30 p.m„ May 26; left at 0:00, and arrived at Klldo houses'll wood dock at 8:46 p.m.. May 20; laid there till noon, wooding; started for Chicago at 12 m.. It com* monrod to thicken up towards night; noon got very thick; wo ran through fog all night, and all the next day, the 271h; arrived at Chicago at C:3O n,in.<' May 27. Wo left the following vcsaolii aha' propellers nt Matquotte, vessels all loaded and waiting for the ico to move : Bchoounrs Cuscado, O. . J. Maglll, Knlo Qillcl, Racine, Gou. F. Bigcl, Lotdo. Qucon. Propellers Paclflc, Armas, Toledo, Mineral Rock, Van Ranllo,, Meteor (with one whool broke), BUerldan, Auulo L. Craig, Peerless. Steam barges Tutitiiand Powers; met In Baull River, bound un, ■olioouers Cambrige, Blmpo, Oarlie, Btalker; In tow of tug Anna Dobbins; bark Ese-anaba, lying at the canals also, steamer Search, Government surveyor 1 mot steamer Cblcora and propeller St. Paul In river bound up. , 1 IOTIOES. Summer, Although the mother of myriad* of beautiful flowers, It apt to steal the roses from the ebooks of those who are ox ponud to Us (lory brfeatb. At (his season, 1( there are any gonna of disease in the system, tlm boat Is pretty aura to develop them. Tho bilious, tho dynpoptlo, the nervous,. tho debilitated, suffer more at this ported of tho year than at any other. They, therefore, require an- Invigorating and regulating medicine, and this desideratum has been placed within the roaohof all In the form of Hostetler's Stomach Bitters. To recount the uses of this iuvnlnsbls preventive and remedy, seems like repealing a familial fact that has boon notorious everywhere for many, ■ man| years. Who duos not know that dyspepsia, bilious'dis orders, constipation, diarrhoea! affoollons, rheumatism, nervous complaints, kidney disturbances, .and constlta tlonal weakness, in both sores, am relieved and radlbollj cured by this powerful yet harmless vogotahlo preparation! Hoffman’s Hop Pills Have boon used In thousands of tho wont eases of fovot and ague, Intermittent fever, and dumb-aguo, withes* tonishlng success. They are offered to tho public, with full confidence lo their merit. They do not contain pois onous or Injurious properties, andean bo taken by adult and child with perfect safety. Tboy are sugar-coated and for sale by Druggists at 60 cents per bo*, of sent by mall prepaid. MoLaln’s Candied Castor Oil la a delicious syrup of the caster bean, a hanulossand reliable cathartic medicine. Also are McLain’s Vermifuge Bonbons, do« lightful worm candles. Children aro delighted with thorn. Prtco for olthor 25 cents. VAN BOUAACK. STEVENHON A RETD. Bole Agents. Chicago. STOVES, RANGES, &o. Warren mm Am.lns, P'-omlum ISi I*3 1871.-. Double Klemteit Oren, Warmtne Clwct, Tlrcttlnir lVu* Fen4*r Ouonl, Dumping and Bh«lng Grate, Direct Draft,*' FUIXEIt, WAIIIIEIV &. CO.. ‘ Manufacturers, Troy, h, y, DBAHCH EOCDZ3-H** Totk, OlovoUad ui Chicago. ■ OIAHOND * RUBY FURNACES. JAMES A. LAWSON, Patentee# . For ITonting Churches, School Houses. Public Buihi* mgs and Private Residences. VVIMEU, JVAIIREW A CO., - lUanufocturem, Troy. IV. T“. MAHOHBMDM-Hw York, Clmhnd and' Chicago. * STEWAUgp TOVES. I 1873 Pattern* Fon Sale nr FULLER WARREN k CO.» Also > fan ttavirfmont nf ffn*". 60 I T ako ~* t - CWcajro. GLOVES. CAESOM, PIE!E & CO. RETAIL DEPARTMENT, ■ MADISON AND PEOEIA-STS., - Offer the rollowlBa: Eitraorillnary Bargain In KID GLOVES, 3,000 pairs Genuine PARIS KID GLOWS JSJJSto 6 -° 4 J, 1,75 “ I’ air - in O'll Hno oi ennilos and rizcs, at $1 a pair j tho greatest Oar gam ever ottered m Gloves. All sizes and shades in Aloxandro’a and other popular best makes. Agents for Herts Seamless Kid Gloves, tho twst imported, iii which wo have a full lino of iU3’lea and sizes in thcchoicost And newest shades. Ladies will find our Kid Glovo Department in variety and assortment, and much tho largest on tho West Side. DRV GOODS, C, ff, & E, PaririJp & Co,, 118 to 124 State-st., Wow opening largo lino of Misses’ and Chil dren's Straw Hats, Also Hibbons and Neckties in groat variety. Also 1,000 French Marseilles Bod-sproada at $3, ohoap at SO. Largo lino White Marseilles and Whlto Coeds of every description. On those goods buyers save ot ioost one-third thoir money. Suits Dolmans, Talmasi in groat variety. ; 300 oases assorted Spring Dry Goods now opening. Buyers pan rely on saving 30 per cent. LAKE NAVIGATION. GOOBEICH’S STEAMERS For Kacine, Milwaukee, Sheboygan, etc., daily, Sundays excepted, 9a. m. Saturday Excur sion lloat for Milwaukee, etc,, do’n’t leave un til 8 p. m. For Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Spring Lake, Fruitport, Manistee, etc., daily Sundays oxcopted, 7 p, in, ' 1 For St. Josopii and Denton Ilsrljor, Tuesday Thursday, and Saturday, 11 p. in. For Green Day, Menominee, Oconto, and intop. mediate porta, tri-weekly. 7 p. m. For Lake Superior! to Superior Pooplo’a Linn Ste/imor*. dock between Alaulsuq and Washln^ton-ata. STEAMER PEERLESS, C«j)t. ALLAN MoINTVRIC, ' Stoamor J. L. HDUD, Oapt. Tboa. Floyd* ■ XfA^»? 4VO Wednesday and Thursday Rmnlture* S3th one) Sathilay. Fur freight or tianmijM amily to A AUSTRIAN. Wflililni/lon, Central lUookv _T3 Murltnl-nt, UNDERWEAR. Spring and Summer Merinos, An gola Flannels, Silk, Lisle Thread, Joan, Linen, Jaooonot, &0,, In flno goods, at bottom prioos. WILSOH BROS., "Aitado aou/i“ t '°OU l fkYw l i»oliVirorMVdUoD l | Ohioupfr And Qnar* Uquio, OloclnukU 5

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