Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, March 11, 1867, Page 4

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated March 11, 1867 Page 4
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MONDAY, MARCH 11, 1507. THE CITY. Daylight Bluolaht.—Some time yesterday the sale in the furniture store, No. 48 Wells, was broken open with a punch, by a bold burglar, who scorns to bare entered the bulldH" by com ing down tnrough the roof. The amount of hla gains Is not known. Daily Lenten sehtice—At the church of the Holy Communion, at 12 o’clock (coon). The dlf iexent church clergy of the city will officiate in alternation. The f ervice will comprise the Litany and a Urn minutes) lecture—tnall occupying about }■■j AII S u IWJe «e cordially invited to auend Monday, March n, Rev, Sir. Locke, Sate Blows Open.—The back door oi No. -IS l-outh Wells street, was found open about? o’clock last evening by one of Pinkerton’s preven tive police. On entering, he found that a small safe Pad been blown open ano Ihe couteulb ab stracted, The store is occupied by Leon & Koenig, furniture dealers. Larceny or Silk Eexnants.—At the Police Conrt on Saturday morning George Williams an Ellen Williams, alleged husband and wife, we committed for trial, the former In ball the latter 11,000. for the larceny of about i worth of remnants ol silk vesting* from the sto of A. D. Tftswonh «k Co., on Dearborn street. Passing CocsTkiirrir Money.-—The examin ■ tion of Richard Cary at the Police Court on Sa nrday morning, charred with passing another bi Ibenumerous $lO counterfeit rotes on the Flour CHy Nariousl Bank, of Rochester. New York. w.i« postponed until Tuesday, Richard being require 1 to give Sj,OCO bail. Hon tor the Fntendless, —An unexpected emergency requires a prompt and full meeting of the Board of Managers of the Home for the Friendless. Every manager is earnestly request ed to meet at the rooms of the Young Men’s Christian Association, Methodist Block, on Mon day aiicruooD, at half-past two o’clock. Business of great importance la to be brought before the Beard. As IsTEcrsTiNG Qcahtette. — About four o’clock on Saturday morning officers Prince and Mocfch disturbed a bacchanalian revel In rooms 4? and 49 of Ibe Morrison Building, arresting par lie* who gave their names at tbe Police Court as -U H. Yates. Mrs. Yates, J. Sprague and Mrs. Sprague Ibe details of their appearance and conduct when found ore too distrusting for pub llcation. They were fined $lO each. At Retail.—Messrs. Bowen, Whitman &. Wins low, successors to Bowen Brothers, have arranged their new stole with especial reference to the re tail trade, and are now receiving direct from the in mi ofay Hirers a fine stock of white gold band and decorated china, dincer, tea and dessert sets, toilet sets, vases, spitloon®, match boxes, smok ing sets, ivory table cutlery and rich silver-plated warrs. which are offered at retail at low price*. Tbe new quarters of the firm are at Nos-15, i 7,19 and SI Randolph street. Ikcendiarisn.— Abont ten o’clock last night Officer LipbcrJ observed a blaze under the cigar store of Henry Keating. No. 161 Van Buren street, and on putting It onl, found that It was caused by the burning of some cotton waste, which bad been falurs'.cd with oil and placed there evidently with the intention of destroying the building. The frame work wa- somewhat Darned, bat little dam age done. Michael Dooly, a boy ot eighteen, who was employed as clerk In the store, was arrest.d on suspicion and committed to the Armory. How to Beat Youn Wite.— On Saturday morn ing Robert Blakely, a colored man, residing at No. 2ts (laik street, was arraigned before Jus tice Milliken charged with extremely disorderly conduct Feeling one of those dreadful “spells” comme over him. when he deemed it necessary to punbh bis wife, Blakely deliberately tied a wet towel over her face and month, so that she could no: “holler.*’and proceeded to beat her- This resulted in bis arrest, and this in a fine of <SO. Fire— Fora Horses Burned.— About mid night on Saturday fire was discovered in a stable at 327 Wendell street, owned by W. B Thomas, in which eight horses were stationed- The bam was soon enveloped in names, and before the en gines were able to gel in operation, the building was destroyed, with a considerable portion of its contents. Four of the norscs were burnt to death, and three others were eoiously injured. The iors Is estimated at abont <2 000. on which an insurance of <i,sLfi was effected in the ILtrt fotd. ConnicticnL Interesting to Travellers.— Messrs. Henry Greenebaum & Co., Bankers, arc ready to fnrnis' letters of credit available throughout Enclan , Fiance, Germany, Switzerland. Italy and 6th r conn tiles of Europe, by which travellers will sav much of the expense of paying the premium o gold. FhU hones have correspondents In almo every country in Europe, as will be seen by th long list which they publish In another column o * this issue. • The reputation of Henry Greenehau '3TCo.Ti beyond a question in this community. Dwelling House Burned.— A fire broke out in a residence No. 731 West Lake street, about fonro'deck, on Friday afternoon, entirely de stroying the building and its ern'ents. The house was occupied by Charles E. Leonard, and belonged to the Dr. Rockwell estate. Mr, Ixjonard’a loss, in furniture and other valuables, amounts to near SC.COh, upon which there was an insurance of <4.000. The building was valued at <2,00U. The fire is supposedto have bad its origin in a flue of the second story No alarm was rung from the Court House tower. Good Templar Lecture.— Hon. S. D. East ings, cx-Secretary of State, of Wisconsin, and for tbe past eight years Right Worthy Grand Chief Templar (chief officer in the country) ofthe Order ot Good Templars, will speak under the auspices of Elmore Lodge, No. CW, at their hall (Seventh ioniiffa-rfairfehYTJtert'.Tjtf'ml Ing. Topic, M Wine: fbo Bible Doctrine on the Subject, and the Popular ideas yfTcmpcrauce in Wine-produdn? Countries.” Mr, Bastings has an extended reputation as a public speaker, aod a large audience will un doubtedly be present to bear him. Operatic Matinees.— Mr. George Stercnp, the efficient leader of tbe Museum OrcQcstrt, has matured arrangements for giving ns a series uf Operatic Matinees in tbe lecture Room of the Museum, in which tbe best vocal and instrumen tal talrnt in the aty wilt appear. The first con cert will be given on Monday, the 18tb. Those who know Mr. Steven? will need no assurance tbal these concert? will be produced In an unex ceptionable manner, although the talent at his command may not be of high sounding Italian origin. As a uoveltv, these concerts will, we donbtnot, be highly appreciated, as well as for their intrinsic merit. Policekan Exonerated.- Some six weeks ago Officer Thomas C.SpelJcc, of tbe North Division police, was charged by a woman named McQaade, whom he had arrested, with committing a rape upon ber, and suit being brought agains' blm be resigned hla'position. A short time ago, McQaade. husband of the complainant, was sent to the Pen itentiary for a year. Tbe snit announced was to come off on Monday, tbe iltb, but on Saturday last U was withdrawn without explanation. Offi cer Spcidin bears a good reparation for sobriety and uprightness, audit is the opinion ot the force that he is entirely innocent of the charge. Mcfic at the Sold mu' Home.—The eighty or more Inmates of >be Soldiers’ Home—we arc informed by one of them—were the pleased re cipients, on Friday afternoon, cf a musical token of regard from tbe first division ol the Cottage Grove School, through the kindness of the Prin cipal, Mr. Breed!, and under the direction of bis assistant. Miss Sanger. A number of patriotic and other ejections were rendered in fine style, by individuals and by the full chorus of fifty-eight voices. Ike more prominent perlonncrs were Miss Sanger, Misses Carrie Brows, Carrie Holmes, Evans, Morse, Jda Edoy, and Wheeler. and Ma ster O'Connor. The occasion woe no doubt very pleasant not only to the lonely inmates of th; Borne but as well to the kind hearted young peo ple who thus voluntarily contributed to their ea joyment. Ideal Heads of Aveuicak Woares.—A series of portraits, drewn by tbe celebrated artist, Charles A. Barry, and reproduced on stone by I, Fosse & Fnhie, the most eminent lithographers In France, are now being introduced in tbe We t by Mr. J. D. Rice, No.‘JO, State street, Chicago. Sbey are ideal Deads of American women, life ze. viz: “ Tbe Angel of the Hospital, ’’ “At the Front ” The Color Bearer," “ Before tbe Bal tic,” and “ Armv News—Missing.” Ttiey are really beantiful designs, drawn with great power acd spirit, and reproduced m the lithograph with wonderful accuracy, exhibiting with lifelike fidel ity the chanties, devotions, sympathies, attach ments and heroism of American women duimg the war. Tbe hlgheniestunoniaU of approbation have been bestowed on these works by Mrs. Har riet Prescott Sp afford, Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, Dr. J. G. Holland, B. J. Leasing, tbe blstonan. and many other noted critics. Hr. Rice advertises iu another column tor agents and canvassers. Tubzz Sstall Fmaa.—An alarm, rung from box No. 25 about three o'clock yesterday morning, was caused by the discovery of a light of an un usual character in the kitchen of the residence No. 379 Wabash avenue. The flame.was extinguished without the aid of an engine, aud tbe damage done was Immaterial. Tbe fire was occasioned by a defective chimney. An alarm of fire, rune from box No. 29 at five o'clock yesterday morning, was caused by the burning of a small, dilapidated one amry fr*m* , tenement. occupied hr a man named Dorman, and situated on. as alley between Wabash and Michigan arc rues, and directly opposite the Haven School bttiloiog. Ihe Joss was about $ 100. te. About eight o’clock yesterday morning, a fire broke out in the dwelling owned and occupied by Thomas McNamara, and situated on Twenty second near Grove street The root aud other portions ot the building were damaged to the ex tent of tjOO. which is covered by insurance in the “..Etna." The prompt arrival of the steamer “Economy"saved the bni'dingLoin entire de etructlon. This fire also Lad its origin in a de fective fine. To r z Terra Fob Munotn.—a fall investi gation was held at the Armory on Saturday afternoon into the circumstances attending the murder of Michael bparr, the particu* tare of which were given in the Tiubuks of that date. The‘acts developed at the inquest do not throw much additional light upon the motives which may have actuated the woman when she struck the fatal blow. There seems to have bem no romance whatever In the stair. Unlike her illustrious prototype. Moltie Trusaell, Emma Howard has no extraordinary share of {icreoral beauty, and no story of wrongs to offer u excuse for the commission of the deed. She e’mply quarrelled with a man for a very glib’ cause, and having a dagger at Lana, she took the readi est means of settling the dispute. It will remain for a Jury to say whether the act was premedita ted, or was only an accidental pushing of the blade a HUle further than it was intended. The coronet’s jury returned as their verdict that the deceased came to his death t>om the effects of a blow inflicted with a sharp Instrument in the bauds ol Emma Grant. „ qbe prisoner was held upon a Coroner s war rant. and committed to the County Jail to awatt the action of the Grand Jury. F. B. District Mcmso.—The regular month ly meeting of the Chicago District was held in the Fenian Hall.ycstcrday. A full attendance of all the Circles were present. After the regular business bad been transacted the report of the Reception Committee was read. Colonel Roberts, President of tbe Brotherhood, la to arrive on the evening train to-night, accompanied by P. J. Meehan, editor cf tbe Irish American, Mr. J. W. Fitzgerald, of ihe Ohio delegation, and A. L. Morrison, £sq„ of ibis city. Colonel Cosgror bas ordered ont the regiment, which will assem ble at the Fenian Bali this evening at 6 o'clock, to receive the President at the cars and escort him to tne hotcL On the evening of tbe secom otihe Convention a grand liall will he held is the old Board of Urade HalL on which occano.i the ladies ol the West Division will present a fia ? L° * attached to the Liberty Circle. Speeches will be delivered by Colonel Kolieiu. r.o.M«Wi, i*,.. j. w. Flte-emia, and A. L Mormou. On p e evening of the l-llh Mulligan Circle win *lso hold a uubtic meorini? in llie BiJl of! the “ColM Son.Vr£rl 68 West Randolph street, in order to cive the Irishmen of the West Division an opnoriuDilv to bear tne diatingu-bed speakers. The Conven tion which will asseznoie on Tuesday will hare representatives from ecvccty-flvo circles, outside the diy—a representative trom almost even town and city In the State. FIBK LIIUXS. Attempt to Abolish Tlrem-Thc Pro- poned Ordinance. The question of fire limits has always been a Tt-xed oi.e. Eveiyhody will agree in the abstract that the wooden building Is more liable to take fire and bum down than the b lck structure, and that u is desirable totesseu the danger of fire, and that this necessity becomes more Imperative as the locality is more densely crowded with build ings and i eople. The wooden structure standing iu themiddlc ot aLr-rearra, with no other building near it, may take fire and burn down without perilling otter elrnclnres. but the burning ot one of a group threatens de trnctlou to all the rest. This is taken note of by the in surance men, who not only charge extra rates on word, bnt on brick adjacent to wood. It thos becomes the duty of a cummuilty to discourage tne erection of wooden buildings in somo locali ties, and to prohibit it in others; the only limb to be set to the ostracism bcinvthat dctsrmlood by a due regard to Individual interests- And here is the rub. Everybody is quick enough to perceive the evil oi a.lowicg other men to build a wooden bouse in a crowoud district, bnt that very same everybody is hard to he convinced that bis own wooden building is dctilmeulal to the public weal. Persistent efforts have often been made to change the fire limits, by parties to who«e Interest it would be to move or repair wooden buildings within the prescribed bounds, and hundreds of applications have been made to the Board of Public Works for special permits, which it required a great amount ol backbone to refuse, and which have not unfreqnentiy been acceded to The consequence of this latter action is bad The central part of onr city now contains many more wooden buildings than would be there had the rule been rtgloly adhered to, tmd Is to that extent Jess safe from fire, both la respect to life and property. It is now proposed to make this matter still worse by giving to the Board of Public Works so much authority in the matter of permitting the erection ofwooden buildings wlibin the fire lim its as practically to abolisn those limits alto gether. The lollowing is the draft of the pro posed ordinance, which has once been tabled by the Common ConnaU bnt Is again sought to be thrust on the public. We need scarcely say that it baa received the unqualified condemnation of the Board of Fire Underwriters of this city, as Itis worthy of the most severe censure by every citi zen: An ordinance authorizing the erection and remov al of vooden buildings within the tire limits in certain cases, and amending chapter 9 of the revised ordinances. Whereas, Section 13. chapter 6, of the revised charter ot tae city of Cnicago provides “That the Beard of Public Woiks shall have the exclusive privilege of giantlng Derails for the erection ol wooden buildings within the tire limits of sa d city, Fnbjeci io such general ordinances as the Common Council may prescribe.” &c.; now. tnere fore. In order to carry ont tne provisions of said Section!. Be if ordained by the Common Coun cil of the city or Vtticago, That when any person or persons shall desire to erect any wooden bntld ing within the fire limits, be or they may make a plat of toe lot or lots npon which the same la pro posed to be erected, and alto or the adjoining lots, u ith the names of the owners marked thereon, so far as can be ascertained, whlchplat shall be pre sented to tbe Board of Public Work*, mtn a peti tion describing seen proposed building, giving its size, beirht. and dcr-criblng the lot npon which it is proposed ft> build. Sec, 2, Upon presentation of each petition and ;.lat, the said Board arc hereby authorized, in ibelr dimetion, to smut a permit for the erection oftuch building, not to exceed 25 by 40 feet in riee. nor more than 20 feet high above the e’tab -I'ebed grade of the nearest sidewalk; and if the Fame is to be placed nearer than 3 feet to any other building, it shall not exceed 20 tjv 40 feat in sue, nor he more than 14 fete nigh above anch grade. Pec. 3. Any person or persons desiring to re move any building from one lot to another within the lire limits alall make a plat of the lot upon which it stands, and also of the lot and adjoining lots to which It is proposed to remove the same, which p!«t shall be presented to the Board or Public Works, with a petition asking snch re moval: and said Board may. In their discretion, grant the prayer of the petition, and i»sae a per mit upon such conditions as they may see proper: iYoridrd, Snch permit shall not be granted unless said Board shall he of opinion that the danger irom fire will he decreased thereby; nor without the written consent of the owners or occupants of of the lots npon which it is proposed to place the same. Sec. 4. Said Board shall keep a record of all snch plats, petitions, and permit*, in a book to be provided lor that purpose, and they are hereby authorized to charge ana receive for each permit and making tuch records any sum not exceed ing five dollars. Sec. 5. Any person who shall erect or remove, or be the owner or occupant, of any building is process of erection or removal without such per mit, or in violation ofthe terms thereof, sha'f bo subject to a floe of one hundred dollars for ibe first offence, and to the like fine for every forty eight hours he or they shall continue in violation of the provisions hereof; and the building so erected or removed is hereby declared a nul-aucc, and shall be abated by the Board ot Public Works In pursuance of section JO, chapter 9, of the revised ordinances. oec. 6. All penults granted for the erection or re moval of wooden buildings in (he fire limits shall be In writing, and signed by all the members of the Board of Public Works, who shall report their action to the Common Council, when requested, with reasons for granting such permits. Sec. 7. Wooden buildings within the fire limits may be raised with brick or etoae foaodatioos to a point not exccedlngslx inches above the estab lished grade of the nearest sidewalk, and may be moved in any direction on the lot or lota upon which they may stand. They shall cot he en larged, but may be altered or repaired, with wooden materials, and proper bow-windows and fronts may he constructed without the permission of said Board, provided said repairs do not ex ceed one-fourth of the valuation of said building. Sec. r. Such parts of chapter s. of the re vised ordinances, as conflict with the provisions of this ordinance, are hereby repeated. This ordinance shall take effect and be In force from its passage and due publication. SPRING TOKENS. A Few Signs ot tlic Season. It Is safe to presume that, with scarcely an ex ception, every man, woman and child in Chicago is ncartUy tired of. winter, and looking and long ing for the coming of spring. There must bo ex ceptions, however. The proprietors of skating parks and linke, dealers in fuel, stoves ana ilia urinating materials, and a few other pecuniarily-interested individuals doubt twelve; but the courses of nature, forunately, are not regulated by these considerations, and therefore, March having come, the signs of spring are becoroingendeot The balmy air of the iait few dave has been the herald of its approach and awakened sights, sounds and smells familiar, though for months forgotten Along the docks the vessels arc waking from their hibernation; eails’arcbeing mended, spars and tackling overhauled, cabins and decks cleaned ont, and woodwork newly pouted. The heavy ponnding of the hammer, riveting up boilers; the stroke cf the pump, forcing out the accumulated bilge water; tbe tapping of the mallet, caulking no the seams of the long neglected bull; the sharp, quick puff, at rare in tervals, of the awakened tug, drawing a great three-master to a neighboring doc*. where she will take on her load: the creating of tbe wind lass and the cries of tbe men, lowering boxes and bales from loft to bold, —these are some of ibe tokens wLlch greet the ear along tbe water’s edge. Tbe sense of smell bears testimony also to the coming of spring. The healthful odor of tar comes from tbe shipping: the breezes of the c-pice Islands float out from tbe great warehouses where lie long piles ot barrels, boxes and bags filled with sugar, coffee, tea, cinnamon, and a hundred other tropi cal products; and less pleasant, but more general and tangible, the concentrated perfum-s of river, streets, alleys, packing-houses and cable pens, rise up toward the skies. We can well imagine that pure spirits, floating over some parts of Coi ctgo, would fain bold their immaterial noses against the rank offence that smells to heaven. The sights indicating the advent of spring are all about. The ice has gone from the channel of the nver; it lingers yet In tbe slips and holds in Its arms great ship?, tilted over, by lie upheaval, but it is growing decayed, and m a few days, wc all hope, will drop to pieces and elide onto/the harbor month, ihe lake, as far onl as one can sec, yet appears to be a solid mass of ice; but tbe appearance is deceptive. Tbe white trass is a drift ol thin shell ice, piled up edgewise and crosswise In factastic shapes, float ing slowly about with the tide: presenting little obstruction to the prow of a boat and gradually lessening and weakening. Whited-breasted gulls skim over the surface, apparently under the impression that the air is full oi insects living for the especial gratification of thetr appe tites, but whether they exist solely on this belief Is bard to tell. Their harvest time, however, Id not far «£ The noble army of martyrs, whose lot is to sweep the crossings for the more fortunate foot to tread upon, have been busy brushing away the xnnd and filth loosened by the warm bud, and troops of ladies fair, attired in new “ spring styles," have began to sail along the streets. No better index of a change of season than this last could be asked. In a few secluded spots soft tafia of moss look pleasantly out, aud tender green blades ot grass venture to show themselves, though evidently conscious that they are precocious comers. i*be ground, 100, is drying fast, and the frost beneath coming out. Jn some warm spots even the sem blance of dust appears, and we think of sprlok- Ura’and the dog days. And now, just as wc conclude out walk in a wagon standing on the cor ner of two roaring thoroughfares, we see many pots of plants and flowers in fall leaf sod bloom, offering themselves for sale, and laughing the re treat leg winter to scorn. Surely the spring Is at baud. While wc think thus, with hopeful anticipation we remember the proverbial fickleness of the opening year, aud now many days of frost and cold may yet intervene between ns and the cer tainty ot warm weather, So, though tbe second week of 31 arch Is upon us, wc say not tbe spring has come, hut that it is surely coming soon, and coming to stay. ST, PATRICK’S DAY. A Double Celebration—Tbo Equation ot Time, Those who are accustomed to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Bay are In a double quandary. First, the day usually acknowledged as the birth-day of Ireland's patron Saint, falls on Sunday, and as ihe usual proceedings of the occasion would be manifestly out of place then, the time of celebra tion has been changed to Monday. The second difficulty is in the fact that the Celtic element is divided as to the proper mode of the celebration, almost as much as In the time that Samuel Love! itlis of in his song of Sl Patrick's Bay, when those who wished to celebrate were divided into two factions; the first being one of those who held that be was born late on the night of the Sib. and the other of those who insisted that (he birth was early on the morning of the oth; and all were unable to tell whether “thechUuwas too fast or the clock was too slow." Tbo factions were in a fair way to become like the two Kil kenny cats, by devouring each other, and a war ut eueiinitiation was omy averted by the sugges tion that they compromise on the dates; which was cone by adding the 8 and 8 together and calling the of March St. Patrick's day. Ibe difference now is ono which has attained great impoitancc, having arisen with the com mencement of tbo Fenian movement. Tho tit. Patrick Society proper, it is understood, la on term* of great friendship with the priesthood, which has often publicly anathematized the Fenian movement. Great numbers of those who used to sympathise with those spiritual ruler*, and join In their celebrations, have separated from them and taken np a rejoicing of their own; the Fenian movement being the real ground of separation, while the ostensible one istbat the Protestants— (accented on the second syllable)—are unwilling to Join in drinking the time-honored toast, “ The hierarchy oi Ireland." The "calm Patrick’s Society" proper will cel ebrate the approaching annlvesary by the custom* ary banquet at the Tremont noose on Monday evening. The Invitations state that "In addition to honorlcgin a befitting manner the memory of Ireland's great Apostle and Prela'e, it is designed to make the annual reunions of the Society con tribute toward cultivating a more thorough fra ternal union among irishmen, and to elevate the tone and credit of the Irish in the West." The “ Knights ol Saint Patrick " meet at same time at the Bnegs to celebrate the day. Each party will doubtless make the most strenuous efiorts to excel the other. Tbo latter will perhaps have an advantage in the presence of President Roberts, who has announced his inten tion of being in Chicago on that day, and as the Fenians, wlih few csctpUons, bold to the Rob erts wing, the probabilities seem to be In their favor, as tar as the eclat of the occasion goes. WasmscTOH SBXTUfo Pans.—'This favorite place of rceort for the skatorial fraternity of Cnl cage has ceased to exist as a place of amusement for tbe friends of skating. The demand for suit able and convenient sites for building has caused It to be surrounded by cosily residences, and os the lease of the Park Association expired with the advent of tbo present spring, the pressure for building lots has swallowed up this spot ot ground. Henceforth the Washington Skating Park trill only exist in tbe memory of man, tod mil be numbered am one toe things that were. The Mock which it occupied was owned hr Ur. ilalcom KcNeal, of Lafayette, Ky. The south* crnbal r , facing on Washington street, has been disposed of by Mr. M. Marshall to the following persons, commencing on bhcltlon street; OtrC hundred feet to Mr. Joseph Harris; one hundred and risty feci to Mr. Ciark Lelb, of the Northwestern Railroad; forty fret to Mr. H. G. Chase, of Chase & Bro. tope hundred feel, cor* ncrof Ada. to O. E. Scott, of Scott & Weal. Thu depth of these Jots fs one hundred and seventy feet with an alley twenty-five foet io the rear run* alngfcom Ada lo ShtlJon. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. Increase In tlie Salaries of Judges of the Circnit and County Courts— Bills—3l iscellaueo us Business* The Board of Supervisors mot on Saturday morning, pursuant to adjournment, a quorum be ing present. The minutes of ihe last meeting were read and approved. besolutiok.op nrqrmr. Supervisor Woodruff offered thofollowlng reso lution; “That no person can be considered a pauper, within the meaning of the law, who has money or property sufficient to pay his own ex penecs, and that the Poor House and Pauper Com mil co be instructed to ascertain the value of the nursing and metrical attendance upon a Mr. Wick, who died at the County Hospital last October, (and made a will giving all his effects to the Wanl.n of said hospital;, and file said bill as a claim upon the estate in the Probate Court of this county, and report at the next session of the Boaid." Adopted. —u-r> onnxit rescinded. Supervisor Woodruff offered the following: “Resolved, That the order passed In December last, requiring tbc Committees on Hospital and on Poor House and Paupers to meet monthly to allow acd audit bills, be repealed.” Supervisor Dalton moved to lay upon the table. Lost by 40 nays to 7 ayes. The resolution was adopted by 33 ayes to 11 nays. taxes nr kites. Supervisor Harms offered the following; “ Re solved, That the Chairman and Clerk of this Board be hereby appointed a committee and cm [lowered to extend the time for collection of taxes n ibe town ol Niles, and do such tbiega as they fltd necessary for tbc collection of taxes from that town as provided by the Township Organization Laws.” Adop’cd. HOSPITAL REGULATIONS. On motion of Supervisor King the printed rules and regulations of the Cook County Hospital were adopted. HOOK TO B THE COUNTY COUBT. Supervisor Newcomb offered tbe following: “Resolved,'that the Committee of Public Build ings be authorized to make such arrangements as they mar think proper for the occupancy of (he same room by the Supervisors of‘‘ook County and by the City Council of Chicago, for tbe pur pose of providing ibe County Court with a room for its constant use.” Adopted. HANGMAN B BILL, On motion of Supervisor Wilmarlb, tbe resolu tion of Friday, voting to nay tbe bill of Lake County, for executing John Kennedy, was repeal ed. and on subsequent motion, the bill was cut down to SIW. BOUNTY CLAW. Supervisor Dalton ofiered a resolution that the Board proceed to take a vote npon the claim of Samuel Burgess, for county bounty. On motion of Supervisor Stelmnulier. the matter was refer red to the Committee on Finance. rtmcuAsiho agent, ao. Supervisor Sanders ocercd a resolution that whereas the County Agent is confined to fats office to attend to the applications of paupers, the Chaliman of the Committee on Poor Douse and Paupers be appointed to make the purchases for the Hospital lor the next three months. The res olution was tabled. Supervisor Aiken offered the following: “ Re solve, That Supervisor Rosa bo authorized to ex amine all requisitions for medicine lor the Cook County Hospital.” Adopted. education. Supervisor Higgins offered the following: “Re solved,lhatbupervison Retford and Dunton be added to the Special Committee to Inquire into the duties and compensation of the County Super intendent of Schools.” On motion the Supervi sors outside of the city were added to the commit tee, with the provision that they receive no extra compensation. SALARY OT COUNTY AGENT. A resolution to increase the pay of tho County Agent to (2,500, was lost. MERCY HOSPITAL. The Committee on Poor House and Paupers, to wh m was referred the petition from the Sister of Mcicv Hospital to pay for the Interment of cer tain inmates of the hospital, report adversely to the piayer ot the petition. BILLS AND PETITIONS. Tic Committee on City Relation's report In payment of a bill of <171.72 for repairs on tho Court Home. Concurred In. Petitions of .Tobn Meyer and Weitzel & Raub man for relief from taaes were referred to the Committee on Equalization of Taxes. -■« The hill ofCulver, Page & Home, amounting to <42.25, for books for the Sheriff, was allowed, and the bill of J. D. Pablman. of 1235.75, for coal, was disallowed by 32 nays to JO yeas. The Committee on Miscellaneous Claims re got ted on sundry bills, rejecting that of Croaky & o. for Ice; referring that of Rounds & James, for printing, to the Judiciary Committee, and to sirnctU’C the Treasurer to drew an order for <5.00 infavorofThomasE.Morgan, whenever he pre sent the wolf’s scalp. Concurred in. The same committee reported sundry bills for committee mileage, etc., recommending pay mcnL Concurred in. The Committee on Jail and Jail Accounts re ported In favor of sundry bills. Concurred In. Adjourned until two o’clock. afternoon session. The Board met pursuant to adjournment petitions. The Committee on Equalization of Taxes to whom was refered sundry petitions for relieffrom taxation, reported in favor of allowing that of Wm. H Hare, and disallowed the others. BUTT AGAINST TUB SUPERVISORS. The Clerk read a summons from the Superior Court of Cook County ordering the Board to ap pear at its next term to answer to a suit brought by Myron B. Fox, lor the payment of <2OO bounty. The matter was referred to the Committee of the Law Institute. COMMUNICATION. The Clerk read a communication from Norman Williams, Jr., Secretary of tbe Chicago Law in stitute, enclosing various resolutions, off. Ting the services of tbe members to tbe county la legal matters, and also tendering each Supervisor, dur ing his term of service, tho free use of the library or tbe inaiitnie. The communication was ac cepted and ordered to be spread npon the minutes. SALARY OT CIRCUIT JUDGE. On motion of Supervisor Fenvell, the resolu tion of Supervisor Higgins to Increase the salary of tbe Judge of the Circuit Court to <1.500 per annum, in addition to the <I,OOO allowed bytne State, was called up for consideration, and was adopted by 89 ayes to 2 nay*. rsn Dime. Tbe Committee on Claims made a report of the amount due each member aa per dltm pay; which uas concurred in. doo tax. Tbe Clerk read a dog resolution which seemed (o strike the members of the Board as a little lu dicrous in some of its features—although the sub ject of hydrophobia is by no means a funny one —and a good deal of sport was had during the reading. It provides that “ Whereas, It his become dan* ceroaa. to the life and property of persona resid ing m the county of (Jock in consequence of the large amount of dogs running at large," and for other reasons enumerated, therefore a number of sections following ore ordained placing a tax on each dog, requiting the muzzling of the animals ; allowing the Assessors five cents for each dog luted, and the Collector the same for collecting the tax, providing that the funds accruing from the taxes be applied to the repair of roads and bridges, and other provisions, all sensible and practicable enough. The amusement arose from the accidental arrangement of the words In the section which provides that “every male dog shall pay a tax of fifty cents for the first dog, and a tax of two dollars for each and every other male dog kept by any one person mentioned In section one of the ordi nance," and following with a similar order to “every female dog." The difficulty scorned to bo In enforcing the order upon the dogs. If the ani mals are compelled to “pay a tax," they should be allowed to vole. Tbe Board was in baste to close up Us work and laid the proposed ordinance upon the table. BALABV or CODJTTT JDDOB. Supervisor Dalton offered a resolution (hat the County Judge receive the same compensation for his services as is paid the Judge of the Circuit Court. Adopted. ADJOnUTSTEST. The Board adjourned until the second Monday in June. B&ILBOADS AN MISSOURI. Another Proposed Connection with Chicago, The enterprising citizens of the miniature city of scdalla, Missouri. located 190 miles westofSt. Louis, on the Pacific Railroad, with others from tbe vicinity, held a meeting a few days since, and appointed a committee to visit Chicago for the purpose of conferring with onr business men and capitalists in regard to a proposed* railroad communication cocncclinpsedalia and the great Southwest with Chicago, and to explain to mem their facilities for carrying out tbe enterprise and to solicit their co-operation. The Committee—General George R. Smith and Colonel A. D. Jaynes—arrived in this city last evening aud are now at the Tremont House. Tbe majority of our citizens bava proba bly but a very Imperfect Idea of the amount of business transacted in that thriv ing little town which stood during nearly tbe whole war as the terminus of the Pa cific Railroad. An article in the Scdalla limes of a few days ago, giving a summary of the business trans acted there daring the year ISCG, sums up actual figures, reported by the different business bouses, to a total of three and a quarter millions of dol lars. Two different routes arc proposed. Tbo first is to ran a line seventy-three miles in length due north and south from Sedalta to Brookfield, which Is about half way through the btate on the line of the Han nibal & St. Joseph Railroad, making almost di rect communication with Cnlcaeo, and tapping a section of the State more fertile than any other except that lying aronnd St. Joseph. Tbo other proposition u lor a line from Sedalta to Monroe, abont 100 miles In length, running In a straight line to Quincy, and connecting with Chicago, (as tbo other) by the Burlington & Quincy road. The first named lathe one apparently most favored, the line being shorter and miming through points of about equal importance with the other. The committee elate that the people arc prepared along this line with the great bulk of capital nec essary to build it, and only ask of the people of Chicago a comparatively email amount to enable them to carry out the enterprise. In other words, they have already raised abont three-fourths of the capital necessary to pot the road in operation. We donbt not that the project will strike oar Business men favorably. The proposed road will open np to Chicago an avenno of traffic hitherto sbnt oat from ns, not by any means confined to the mere line between Sedalta and Brookfield, but extending through to the southern portions of Missouri end the region bc- Jond, na u is proposed ultimately to extend that me through to the Golf. Sedalta is already an Important point, from the fact of its being a great mtrejioi lor Southwestern Missouri and Northern Arkansas. This section of country is thus one of the most important with which, or to which, railroad communication should be ex tended from onr city, and the committee will no doubt meet with every encouragement necessary to assist the people represented by them to a >perdy accomplishment of Ihelr great under taking. . A PROSPEROUS JOCBNEf. Sermon by Ber. W. W, Patton—Tbe Advantages of Travel. Rev. W. W. Patton, D. D., delivered, last even ing, in the First Congregational Church, an in teresting discourse on some of tbe results of bis observations In foreign lands, during an absence of eleven months, from which he has jnst return ed. Tbe edifice was densely crowded In every part, the aisles bolng filled with temporary peats, and some persons being obliged to stand. Tbd text, which was made the basis of the address, was tn Romans, I—lo. " A prosper ous journry by the willol God." This, It was said, was tho prayer of the apostle Paul, In antici pation of a brief voyage from Corinth to Rome, and such should he the thankful acknowledgment of the speaker, who, alter nearly a ycare ab sence! permitted was to look once more on the dear faces of bis flock. He bad bad what might he truly'deemod a'pros perous vovaee, In safety from tbo varied dangers by sea and land, and in health—save from tho usual troubles experienced in crossing the deep— and bad thus been spared the tedious delays and sufferings which sickness brings to me traveller. Ihe speaker had much cause for thanfc fnlness In tho happy Issue of Ms Jong journey of 25.000 miles, cros sing tbe Atlantic twice, the Mediterranean set amt other great bodies of water, the mountains and plains of many countries, having travelled In 187 ■i-gteoa ol longitude and 35 of latitude, and re turned in safety with many valuable experiences from his voyage- His object in leaving his charge, he said, were twofold; to plead the caose of the freedaemn the old world,and to gain strength and Inf jcmatlon iobelphlm in tbclabors of the ministry. He hoped. In regard to the former, to pare the way for the wrrk of the American Association, and In con* reclion with Rev. Sella Martin and others be bad spoken many times in EneUnd with favorabl J re sults. Ee bad alrcadr received for the cause over Sll.OCtl. He thought that he also was able to correct many £.l e ideas In rosard to this country and to promote a better under standing and feeling toward us on the part of good people in England. Having finished bis duties here, he turned to France, thence to Switzerland, in both of which countries he met substantial encouragement Id the work of the fieedmcn. He then took np, more partlcnlarlr, the second object of bis journey, and parsed on through Greece, Italy and fursey into tbe Holy The address contained many In teresting statements ol hla impressions along his rente. Among the valuable things to ho learned in a Journey of this k'nd the speaker mentioned the following: First. Hospitality, a stranger in a strange la« d learns to feci for the homeless and wandering, and recalls the words of scripture, “For ye scow the heart of a stranger.I’so 1 ’so that he 1b prompted to extend to others that hospitali ty of which be has felt so much the need. recondly, reverence for the works of Qod. We are apt to become thoughtless of the Maker ol the everyday scenes around us, and on a long jour ney, tossing about on the ocean, to peril by winds and waves, climbing the mighty mountains and looking down awful abyrscs, or into the craters of Vesuvine. Such experience*give an impression of the vastneas of the works of the Almighty. Thirdly, God teaches the Christian traveller a lesson of humility. Seclusion fosters a tendency to think (bat wo are of greater Impor tance (ban we arc, and a comparison with the great works and great men of the outer world, tends to dwarf ns in our own estimation. The speaker thought that Americans'arc very vain and disposed to underrate the worth of every thing outside of their own country, until they compare the advantages with those of the old world and see that in man; respects they suffer by (be comparison. Fourthly, travelling tends to promote charity. We learn to deal gentlv with the beliels of others, seeing them so diverse from our owo, and vet held so honestly by so many equally capable ofjntfglng with ourselves. The man of broadest charity in the Christian cnnrch was Paul. Fifthly, travel tcacbea patience. We see bow slowly the earth has been in forming, tracing on the dial of ttmc the course of peoples and na tions, seeing thejnao and fall of kingdoms, and the gradual coming ofligbt and Christianity to its present point. Lastly, travel teaches a lesson of faith and hope. We learn from the decayed experiments that lie about our nath, that they arc tbe steps of progress. Our modem civilization is in advance of anything which basyctapreared,andthe traveller can look with increased ialth upon tbe great system adooted for man's redemption, before which Papacy, Moham medanism, idolatry and various forma of sin are passing away. Light is dawning; the powers of darkness are failing; Christ is seizing the sceptre of power and going on to conqner. Law Intelligence. Tbc business of tbe several courts ou Saturday was of no direct public interest. Bnt few judg ments were rendered, and there were but few suite commenced. circuit COUQTS, The divorce cases of Ealhervs. Autoalo M. Tenney and Anna Jane vs. Patrick Miner, were transferred to the trial docket, the charges inclu ding the misdemeanor of adultery which is de nied. JulletieA. Klazie vs. George A. Bobbins et. al. Bill for dower. Decree. Mary RUey vs. Catharine A, Ford. Appeal dis misted. Western Marine and Fire Insurance Company vs. dames Clapp. Dismissed, SUPERIOR COUCT. King & Scott vs. Emanuel Uouiluger. New Inal denied. Thomas HcKay vs. John McDowell. Assump sit J udgment <221.29. Nelson Morris vs. George Dorsey and John Ha ber. Confession of judgment for S33S. i ommissionera ot Highways of the town of Nortbfleld vs. Commissioners of Highways of * heeling. Assumpsit. Damages 1500. Kraatft & Eieemlratb vs. Patrick and Margaret Maguer. Assumpsit. Damages SSOO. The same vs, Charles Wockcr. Assumpsit. Damage? <SOO. Myron U. Fox vs. County of Cook. Assumpsit. Damages <2OO. Western Patents. The following patents were issued from the Hotted Mates Fateot office for (ho weekending February IHJ7, as reported by G. L. Chapin. Patent Solicitor, Chicago, 111.: Vacuum Filter—T. Simmons, Chicago. HI. Railway Switch—W. Tracy, Chicago, 111. Suspending Pendulums of Clocks—u. lilnluger Lena, ill. car Coupling—W, LoJb, Winchester, HI. Cotton Planter—E. Moran, Millbonrn, HI. Revolving Harrow—H. C. Stoll, Mokena, 111. Aparatus—A. Grainger, Wilmington, Machine for Sawing Wagon Felloes—W. Graves, Winnebago, HI. Knife and Scissors Sharpener—M. Chapman, Galesburg, HI. Car Coupling—W. Coos, Belvidere. 111. Combined Hedge Trimmer and Mower—J. Dappcriy, Elmira, ill. Bee Hive—H. Keith, Ancona, Hi. Manufacture of Sugar—E. Porter, Clinton. Hi. Planting Machine—R. B. Wright, Vermilion, Back Band Hook—S. Ward, Princeton, Ind. Corps© Preserver—D. Blocher, Indianapolis, Ind. Cultivator—C. 8. Gwlonar. Milroy, Ind. Cultivator—W. B. Lane, Organ Spring, Ind. Hand spinning Machine—C. Malhcny, Greco bosh,lnd. Cut-off of Electro Magnetic Engines—L. Me- CnHougD, Richmond, Ind. School Desk—J. Smith, Richmond, Ind. Head Rest for Railroad Cara—it. Hamilton, led. Plow—J. Parks, Milroy, Ind. Process of Presetting Eggs—J. Marsh, Terre Haute, Ind. Harvester—J. Swain, Howard, Ind. Window Shade—G. ilascoatcr, Richmond, Ind. Bag Holder—A. Hayden, Milwaukee, Wls. Spring Scat for Vehicles—ll. Mapes, Ripon, Wis. Hand Corn Planter—J. Van Vieck, Rock Co., WK Cultivator—O. J. Arnold. ML Ida, Wia. Churn—T. Darbj te. Fond da Lac, WU. Slump Extractor— D. Lemm, Leonidas, Mich. Machine for Shrinking Tires—A. Wing, Battle Creek, Mlcb. W .ter Wheel R. Chapman, Buchanan, Mich. Slat for Window Blinds—F. LUJe, St. Lottie, Mo. Cover for Oil Cans—E. More, St. Louis. Mo. Romovlug Tobacco Plugs from Molds—G. Fein decker, SL Louis. Mo. Cotton Planter—J. belscr. Shclbyvllle, Mo. Battle or Gettysburg.— Rev. J. R. Warren pastor of tbe Presbyterian Cbnrcb at Gettysburg. Pennsylvania, is expected to deliver his celebrated lecture, descriptive of tho great and decisive bat tle fought at that place, in this city on Thursday evening next. Mr. Warren was a resident of Gettysburg at the lime of the battle, and an eye witness of its progress from tho beginning. Ho baa delivered nls lecture twice In Boston, three time* In Phlladelpnla, once In the House or Rep resentatives at Washington, when Mr. Lincoln was present, and lb many other places. Every where It has been attended by large audiences, and received with the highest favor. The part taken by the troops from llliuol* and other states in the Northwest is duly set forth. Its accuracy and reliability has been fully en dorsed by General Meade and other prominent officers. Tbe place of its delivery will bo announced la due time. Bishop WnnxnousE.—On Friday evening last, a meeting of the clergy and laity of tbe Protestant Episcopal Church of this city was held m the Church of the Holy Communion, to tako meas ures for welcoming home Rt. Rev. Henry John Whitcbouse, D. D, LL.D.. Bishop of this Dio cese. The result of the meeting was tbe appoint ment of a committee consisting of the clergy of the Episcopate in this city, and one • lay delegate from each parish, to lake further measures for welcoming home their Bishop. The following ere tbe names of the lay delegates appointed, with power to fill any vacancy which may occur: E. H. Sheldon—St. James' Church. William M. Mayo—Trinity Chutch. H. C. Rannoy—Grace Church. A. C. Calkins—Christ Church. F. A. Bryan—St. John’s Church. Samuel Utbr—Ascension Church. A. E. Neeley—Church of the Holy Communion. George P. Lee—Cathedral Church. Edward Danseo, Sen.—SL Stephen’s Church. Frederick G. Smith—St. Mark’s Church. J. N. Stiles—Church of the Atonement. J. D. Shortall—St. Luke’s Church. John M. Sbonheck—St. Auegarins Church. Tbe committee are requested to meet at the office of George K. Chittenden, Esq., on Monday evening, March lltb, at o'clock. Dn. Allpout nr New Youk.—OnrNcwYor exchanges are unanimous in their praise of ihe valedictory address of Dr. W. W. Allport, of Chi cago. to the students of the New York College of Dentistry, on tbe Gth Inst. They characterize It as an “cloqcent, sensible, practical discourse, Inculcating the necessity lor industry, economy, honesty, sobriety and fair dealing, as indispensa ble requisites to the success of all professional men.’' After the valedictory. Mayor Hoffman, of New York, and Prot Frank Uammilton addressed tbe class, speaking in tbe highest terms of Dr. Allport’s address, assuring tbe graduates that if they followed the advice given they could not fall of success in their practice, and of becoming use fdl and respectable members of society. Asorarn Doo TnotJßL*.—About one o'clock on Friday afternoon, Ludwig Spnck, a lad of slxtecn,waa passing No. 569 Canal street, when, as the boy alleges, Christian Crctor’s dog camo out and wanted to bite him. With a great and wholesome tear of hydrophobia, the boy kicked tbe dog, and tbe next Incident of his life was a salutation from Mr. Cretcr who appeared In some Incomprenensiblo manner right behind him and expressed an indention, it was alleged, that he would murder him. Ludwig was thrown down and kicked and pounded until the blood flowed, os he expressed it, like “a hydrant let loose." Air. Creier was subsequently arrested, and at the PoliceCourton Saturday morslng. notwithstand ing his peculiar defence of himself by speaking for the pacific character of his dog, he was commuted for trial on bail of S2OO. AJIU SEMENTS. Winter has not so far left ua as to have dragged away with him any other of the course of winter amusemets than skating— that has gone by the board, and one of the parks ha* followed suit. Tne Washington is no more. In the central part of the city the attractions Lave been great and no nitrons—embracing the Celtic, the equestrian and the sensational dramatic. Benefits have been given in two or three instances to the performers, and every night to tbo managers. The week has been e srtisfcctory one to the caterers and the ccbJJc. McVickeb’s TnxaruE.—Ban. Bryant, the Irish commcdlan, has departed after an exceedingly good season of two weeks. He Is succeeded by "Vestvali, the magnificent,” who will open on Monday evening in "Belle Demonic," her great est character. Vestvali lias caused quite a furore wherever she has appeared, though some there be who cal! her stylo outre. Music*.—The "Huguenot Captain,” "Man and Wife,' 1 and "The Hidden Hand" have beou the principal features of the Museum bills during the week. On Monday, a new sensation, entitled " Tbe Frozen Deep," which has been some time in preparation, wilt be presented for the first time. It bos been successfully produced In New York, and in one of the Boston theatres, and from the care bestowed upon tt by tbe management, we auticipate lor the play an equally good run Lotto.—This child of nature improved into tbe woman of an. Is drawing wonderfully at tho Oncra House, in a somewhat regular Use of irregular characters. Tbe fact is thatt be character is nothing either with ber or to the audience. She plays Lotta always and the people go to see Lolta. whose only charm is that she dares to be artfully natural, even tolaughing on tbe stage when others would keep a sober countenance. Ixrta plays Lotta on Monday night, using the words intended lobe spoken by one acting tbe part of "Little Nell," The scenery and appointments arc new and her associates well up in their parts. The Couseu*.—'Yankee Robinson's Coliseum has drawn crowded audiences during tbe week, the attractions being numerous. Tbe two men on stilts give one of the most laughable entertain ments we have seen in many a long year, and draw forth bushels of laughter, while tbe four horse act of Mr. Perry ’and the double riding ot little Minnie are snre to bring down the bouse. But the greatest attraction is the bareback riding of Mr. James Robinson, which is too well known by this time to need description. There is Me fact, however, with which the public may not )>e acquainted, and that is that tbe champion rider will positively leavens at the close of the week cow Just begun. Only six nights more is little enough of time for the thousands of those who admirer Robinson to see him once more In his unapproachable feats before be bids ns adieu probably for ever, ihelr high appreciation of Mr. Robinson's nding was manifested on Thursday evening by a few of ins friends who presented him with a splendid gold medal as a parting token. t Tbe Etle«ier Insurance Case, Office Tbxyellezw Iksoeasce Co. orCnicxao. 1 March 9th, IS6T. { To the Editor of the Chicago Trilmne; l notice in yonr issue ox the 8d instant an arti cle in relation to a suit against this company com- TLepccd by Mrs. Susan Rigger in which Injustice i* dose J. 0. Wicker, Esq., who acted before the commencement of the suit In behalf of Mtb. Rig. K’*> Th*' intercourse of Mr. Wicker with the offi cers of the company was conUemanly and every way honorable. Indeed, the c'alm was abandon ed by him before the suit was commenced, and placed in the hands of another attorney. Both Mr. Wicker and the attorney in the suit, I have no doubt, honestly believed that sirs. Rigger's claim was just. Jons W. Clapp. Secretary Travellers' Insurance Co. of Chicago. LOCAL MATTEES. The great charm of nclcalfe’a Great Rheumatic Remedy lies in tho small quantity necessary lo effect a core. One dose (“forty drops”) elves Instant relief, and. thrice repeated, seldom falls to restore the anflerer to perfect health. Safety and Bnccess.— Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup is a safe and cer tain remedy for all diseases with which children arc afflicted during the process of teething. It has Blood the test of thirty years. Never known to fell. Gives rest to -bo mother and relief to the child. Cores wind colic, and regulates the bow els. Thlriy-dvc cents a bottle. Tho Porcstand Sweetest CodXlver Oil In the world, manufactured from fresh, healthy livers, upon the sea shore: it is perfectly pure and sweet. Ask for “ Hazard & Caswell’s Cod Liver OH,” manufactured by Caswell, Mack&Co.. New York. Sold by all druggists. Itch! ScratchJJ Boyd’s medicated Cream cures itch, sciai ches, and all skin diseases. It is neat, pleasant, aromatic, safe and certain specially adapted to children. Sold by all drug gists. The Franklin Brick machines justly celebrated for perfect simplicity, great strength, and immense compressing power, 19 guaranteed, with eight men and two horses, to self-temper the clay, and make 3,000 to B,£oo elegant bricks per hour. J. H- Rznick, proprietor, No. 71 Broad way, New York. Hoorn 29. Tho “ £tna» Noiseless Lock-Stitch Sewing Machines, for family and manufacturing purposes—Western office, ff 7 Washington street, Chicago. S. IL Lzbow, Agent. MARKETS BY TELE6RAPH. New York Financial News. (Special Despatch to the Chicago Tribune.] New Tons, March 9. The stock market opened firm. On call the market was firm, with large transactions In Brie (common) The balance ot the list was inactive, continuing so during the morning until 12 o’clock, when prices tell He, and at the 12.-30 hoard Brie (common) advanced from 544 to 56, and strong at the latter figure. At one o’clock there was great excltemdnt on New York Cen tral, Eric (common), Bock Island and Michigan South ern, the former advancing ic, and with heavy pur chases. Alterwarqs Erie (common) sold at 554, with very heavy transactions, nod being greatly oversold. A strong clique buying was what caused the advance, and U will ic all probability go to CO by Tuesday night. There were more stock transactions tc-day than there has been fortwo months past. At the 5 o'clock board Erie (common) was steady at 53. Gold opened at 1314, running up to 1354, closing at Money was quite active, and the bankitattment also reported favorably. At 6:19 Erie (common) advanced to CO, closing firm at 58 at 9:30, with great excitement, the balance of the list being xc better. {Associated Press Report ] Hew Yoke, March 9. srojntr. Money steady at 6@7 * cent on call. VOBRIOf EXCHANGE. Burling firm, at ioßX@loij* in gold for first-class bills. \ GOLD. Gold firmer opening at isiV, advancing to 133, and closing at isix- OOTXEJOtZSTH. Governments unchanged. LATEQ. Hew Yobs, March 9. bailwath. The railway market was all firmer at the open Board, but tell off a little attho Suck Exchange. Alter the session there was an increased demand for stocks in tbe tong room, with general advances. Erie was tbe favorite, and rose to 10V, which earned np the entire hat. Thu market was firmer and active at one o’clock, and continued firm to the close. RTXAM> nip SHAKES. Active, with wide fluctuations. Atlantic m«n fell at one lime to 85. STATE STOCKS. The feature of BtsU Slocks was an advance ol Mo. o's to 96u owing U tbe action of the Legislature of that Stale. Pacific bonds sold np to 96X. Hannibal A bt. Joseph bonds to SO. issues of other Border Statu were dull. SOSCELLAKIOCS. Miscellaneous and coal stocks were generally strong bat without tnnch movement. Wm. Heath A Co, report tbe following: PEI CIS AT 93a P. M. Gold .135 Beading... IC2XQIO3X Ohio cert 81 « 81. V M.B 73H& 73',i Canton. 40X« Mfi Hu Central ll3XistJß Cumberland...So*@ 3tx (’ittsburgh 81*@ 83 Quicksilver.... 86 a 37 R.l 99*(S «X MorltKwap’fd.. 22Xt* 83V N.W S3\a 36 W. U.Tcl 42X@ 42* N. W. pl’d.... 63 @63* N.Y. C 103VU1R1V Ft, Wayne 98X9 9i* Erie 66*@ 56x Pacific MoU..,RftiX@l27X' UudeOD 139 @llO Atlantic. 96X9 83 GOVKUMMKKTS. Government tecunnes were heavy and lower at the morning board on the ’Sis and 9-S0 coupons, with tbe exception of new bones. Prices were firmer this af ternoon on all 9-SO bonds except January and July cou pons ot is®. * Cloi-lrr prices: Keg’d. ’fi lOSxftIOOV 15-20 coops Jan- Coupons, *63... .IC9 v@ttux I nary and JulylOC V 64106 V 5-20 Coups, ’Ct..lU7w@ll;7X 110 40 coup 97*9 97X count. 'OS mVctWH August7-3M....1(6\amx Coupons,’Si....lo9 MltSv I June IOSX@IOiX 5-20 reg’a,’62...io7 @i(nSl MOXXT. The week closes with an easy money market, and borrowers arc very regularly accommodated, COLD. Gold stronger, closing quiet. Cosh gold loaned at 1-52@342 per cent. TOPIIOJ? EXCHANGE. btcrllng closed quiet and nmcr. The Produce iffarlcct** MILWAUKEE. [Special Despatch to the Chicago Tribune.) Milwaukee, March 9. Flour—Dull, but firm. Sales 750 brU at $13.00 tor winter; $ll.OO for double extra spring: $10.50 fur choice country. 19.8TXQ10.00 for choice extra. Wheat—Firm and very active, especially No. 1, which advanced 9@6c. Bales at $3.73 lor No. 1; S3.UX tor No. 2: $3.16X lor N 0.3. Oats—Firm, hales 400 centals at $3.90. Dressed Hogs—Firm. (Sales of 122, dividing on SOO &*, at t&.25@8.90. Receipts—; 00 brls flour; 4,600 cental? wheat. Shipments—9W brls floor, 1,400 centals wheat. NEW YOBS. New Yoek. Mtrch 9. Cottcn-Heavy and a shade lower; 1,300 ones up lands, atS9@29Xc. Flour—Receipts. 2,612 brls; market fairly active, quiet atd firm; 7,100 brls super $9.40@9.7U; su per Western, at tß.4t@9.«'; extra Western, at $9.75(9 10.73: rbolcc, atsli); shipping brands round boop Ohio, at (10 90(311.(0; extra, at SIIA9@I2AO; Southern extra*, att11.90@i3.60; closed firm. Whir key—Quiet and steady. Wheat—Quiet and firm; 7Joobn No. 3 HKwaokos, at $2.16; Canada club, $2.30; white CaiUorma, $3,00; no receipts. Rye—Quiet sod unchanged. Barley—Moderate request; 3.500 bu, at79e@{ for inferior State; $1.05 for inferior Canada West, free; SIJ4 for good state, and 99c tor good Canada West in bond. Barley Malt—Quiet. Corn—lc belter and in good demand, part for export, SalesttiLOUObumixed Western at SI.O9UiAO instore; $1.!0@1.13 afloat, Rccelot43,2S7bu. Oats—Firm. Sales 5*300 bn Western at 60@63c; State. es@7oc; new Ohio, Sl@CGc- Receipts 3,113 ha. Rye—Dali. Coflco—Qalet and firm. Sugar dull. Sales 400 hhds CnbaatllXQllXc. Molasses cull. Hops—Quiet and unchanged. Petroleum—Dull. Crude 17@17Xc; refined In bond 25@27c. Coal—Dull and unchanged. Wool—store active aad drmcr. Sales 400,000 pounds domestic fleece at 49@6?Xc; polled, S3@S3Xc; Texas, Leather—Hemlock sole in lair demand and tin- C Port-Steady and quiet. Sales 2.800 barrels at s3l JO @72.00. doting at $21.95 in cash for new mesi; $20.73 @2IX3 for oln mess :»7.00@i7.39 for prime; and $19.50 (*3050 for VJ)me am; at to 3,850 brls new xaeas at $32.00(432X0. seller March and April. Beef—Unchanged. Salts 3SI brls. Reef Hams—Firm. Sales 190 brls at $3«.00@59.00. Bacon—More active and rather firmer. Sales 810 boxes of Cumberland at luaioxc; for short ribbed, llQtlX; short ctesr, lOVQIiX. cut Meats—Firm. Salta sttpackagcs ofebouldcrsat 9»llc; hams HXQISkc. _ Dreised Bogs—uncuaneod. Western 9Y@ir>c. Lard-Heavy. Bales 90U brls of old at lIXQHXc t ucw Doll and heavy. Ohio—l3@2o. Cheue— Unchanged. LATEST—S P.N. ri.H. rlrtiibi I. iutttpf mudnn, nailai vlft. Flour—Closed :c better on medium grader, with fair demand. Wheat—Quiet. limited milting demand. Rye-Doll at <102@1.16. UaU—Firm and unchanged. Core—Fairly active ana firmer; 80,000 ba shloolDß mixed Western, |l.lfs@i.ioj<. In stare; 11.42 afloat, roit—Quiet and firm: 250 brls new mraj. *21.10 cash, and closing at IW.IO, bid regular, and asked Belli r« option. $22.18 old. *23 25 asked buyer's option (22 CO asxed buyer’s option, (22.00, asked and £12.41 bid. Breads tuffs—Steady. cut Heats—Fairly active and firm. Bacon—Quite firm. Cumberland middles 20VC. Lard—bteady at 12V@l2kc jor fair to prime steam. wixklt nxvntw or tub wholes alb xarket. There baa been a better tone daring the past week. Money is easier, and there is more confidence since the passage of the reconstruction measures of Congress. Flour, wheat, corn and oats are better. Blocks arc still large. There was a material advance In provisions with in* cieucd demand, and a call for breadsmtlk for the Southern btates. A new feature ol the market is large business In California flour. Coffee—Firm; 2C(3 29c. Molasses—9o & 9<. or New Orleans Sorgo 25 ® 10c, and in demand from the refiners. Butler—Dull bat prices unchanged; light colored 22 ® 35c; yellow S 3 ® 33c. Cheese—l 6 (% 17c with a good demand. Egee—Cecllned to i"V. heeds— Firm; at $%90 0(900 for clover, and 3.30® 3.40 for timothy; flax dull at 2A3 a (2AO the latter rate can only be obtained f;r choice dear. Tbe money market Is close at 9 @l2 per cent. Exchange—Dull at par buylngog. ST. LOUIS. bt. Lome, March 9. Tobacco-Unchanged. Cotton—Dull ana unsettled. Four and Wheat—unchanged; business email. Corn—opened firm but doted dull ;lower,f 1.13®1 Asc Oa*s—Dull, at |?.00@3.(8. Provleioi e—Slow and unchanged. Lard—Quiet atiivc; for cholcedy steam, MEMPHIS. Murpnca, March 9. Cotton-Market dan and qnlet; middling 27«35c, Receipts for the week WOO bales; exports, 5.930 bales; stock cd band, 26.997 boles. Com—kl.oi®3,o3. OatA-70@75c. Hay— Pork— *lMir-f9.OCw9.S. Canvased Hams— Lard—2s<gl-lc. PHILADELPHIA. Puilacelphia, March 9. Dull; under decline of 50c. Superfine, Wheat—Dull; prime red 33.00.<Salcs, 10,C00 California on p. t. Rye—Sales 800 bn Western at {1212c. Com—Active; good demand; sales 15,000 ha yellow atsi.oo Oats—Firm at 65c. * Coffee—Stead/. Rio. 18)fc In gold. Sugar—For Havana an improved demand. Whiskey—Sells at 60@{i J7X tor contraband. LOUISVILLE. Louisville. March 9. Tobacco—Qnlet Bales (9 hhda {2.60® 13.00 for man* ulactuilng leaf. Flour—Superfine doll at 19.30. Wheat—Bed, {2.80. Com—Shelled, m balk, 66®70c. Ear nominal. ‘ Oau-c1(265c in bulk. Mess P0rk—{20.72®21.00. Lara—ln tierces l2Rc; in kegs, 13#c. Hulk Shoulders—«Ac, loose. Bacon tbonlders—9*c, packed. Clean Sides—ViXc, packed.

Wnlekey—Raw steady; free, 13.23. CINCINNATI. Czxcikxatl March 9. Floor—Steady, with a moderate demana. Super, f 9.15010.23; trade brands, {11.5031X30, and fancy, fU.W@I6.WX. Wheat—Steady, with a fair demand for spring at {2.4532A0 for No. 1, and {2.90 lor winter. Com—ln moderate demand, at 61®61c for Ko. 1. Oats—ln betur demand. No. LSugSTc. Bye—Sttady, at |1.23@L26. Whiskey—bteady. at 26c In bond. Cotton—Dull, prices nominal, and no demand. Mid* Cling conld have been bought at 23c. The large re ceipts reported at New Orleans had a depressing influ ence, which.with the dlscouraalDc news from Liver* pool, cause* buyers to withdraw (Tom the market The receipts during the week were 4,175 bales, and from the Ist of September. 104,623 Dales, against 1.219,197 bales at the same mno lost season. Mtss Pork—Firmer. Sales of city at {70.75. and of. country at {7O2J. Holders at the close asked 23c k'lolk Meats—ln good demand. Sales ol4oo.ooopounds at 7vc for shoulders; 9 A@3KC tor aides; 10&3UC for clear *Wes ; UQVHc for hams. Lard—Firmer under news from Liverpool. Sales of country at 12c; city held at 12H«* Bacon—Le*s acive. Ko change In prices. Sboold* ers,93<c: aides, 10}fc; clear .rib do. like, and clear at UKc. The damage done to railways In Tennessee ha* caused falling off m demand from Georgia aad Ala bama. Sugar cored bams U@l3xc, and the demand ft bugar—Steady at 12®15c lor raw. New Torlc Grocery market, [Special Despatch to the Chicago Tribune.] Nxw 70BX, March 9. Coffee—Clo. S2@2Ge, and firm. Sugar—Fair to prime grocery at New York Provision market. [Special Despatch to the Chicago Tribune.] New Toßz, March 9. Pork—Firm, and brings a fraction over {O.OO, ant other hog products selling briskly. Hogs-Becelpts. 1,709. Selling at 9®3hc, tad market arm. ‘ flew tork Breadstuff* alarkefc (Special ikspatch t* the Chicago Tribune,] Krw You* March 9. Flctu—VerJ steady feeling, bat holders meet the de mand freely. i Wheat—Ed tends upward, butwhlte Cillfernla UKc lower. , Core—Speoiatlve demand at |UIO la store. Bye—An atrance asked. New York Dry Goods Market. New Tobk. March 9. The dry ymds market la rather quiet yet steady for all staple goudi. Atlantic Aand Indian Head, SMnch ibeeilng*. 22c; Stark A, Uc; Cabot A. 20c; Peppcrell E, 30; do K,iSc: do 0,16 c; dr N. Uc; Medford 37-inch, 90c; Shannon, X«kc; LacoalaO, 19c; do £, 16c; Dwight A, ISe; Lawrence C,2lc: . Bleached Moslms—New York MlUs.3C.lnch sheet. inks. 40c: Wamtnttta. 23NC; WUliamsvllic.s3c; Bates, 2skc: Lons Sale, Androscoggin and Hill« Sempendem, 25c; Lanpdsh, 31c; do 53-lnch, 184 c; Oartlett 34-Inch, l7kc:Greeae 86-lnch. 15VC; Constitutional, 154 c; Utica 5-4 sheeting, 524. , Ticks—Lo« er grades in fklr request and better qualities quiet. Amcskeag. A C AriSc; tor B, Kc; for C HamUtoc,r«ular. 354 c; York, SO Inch. 8840; Swllt Elver, Vic: Willow 8r00k,424c; Eagle.6oc; Everett, 25c; Thotmlyke,274« , , „ prints in Heady request light styles; Merrimac A, 50c; Debt, ISc, and dark 17c ;■ Manchester light l"4c; dark. 15c: American. Donnels.and Richmond, 174 c ; Arnolds. uj<c; Victory, check, 114 c; Home, 114 c; Troy, 104 c. _______ Pittsburgh Petroleum market. rmsßUEan, March 9. Oil market quiet, sales 1,000 bris April delivery Gc; 750brls from 20ih March to 15tb April[attic,lOObrls light oil sc. Receipts of crude itOO brls. Refined in bond utcuanged. hale 5.000 brls deliverable from An* ciu-t to December Inclusive In 1,000 brl lots for each mcntL, teims withheld. Small sries free oil Wgilc per gallon. Sales oftar|LSs per brl. New York Paper market. New Yobs, March 9. The New York paper market is quiet. Rag, U4@ 164 c. a decline ot 4c. straw, 154&15C. I9AUBIED At the Chnrch of the Immaculate Conception, on the 4th InßlanLby H v.T. J. Untier. D. D, I), p. MORI ARTY, M. D n and Miss BATE S. LONEUQAN. both ol this city. In this city, at the rcsld»ncc of Paul Dennis, Rsq M on Thursday evening, March 7lh. by Dev. E. U Tnttlts, rec tor St. Mark's. Collage Grove. Mr. EDWARD M. AT KINSON and AD KIK F. DENNIS, all cf Chicago. In this city, on tho 9th InsL, at Fullerton Avenue Kov. Dr. Lord. Mr. ALEXANDER -I. Me- CARTUV and Miss JANE BELL, all of Lake View. In this city, on (ho sth Inst., at the Tauernacle Chnrch. by Rev. J. W. Qaoly. A. J. FRANKLIN, Esq„ of Austin. Cal., and UliS EMMA C. OLMSTEAD, of Bast Franklin, Vt. At Lociport, on tho Cth tnst„ by Rev. J. B, DohcH, Mr. WM. LAMDE. of Carlyle. HI, and LOUIBB, eldest daughter of UlO late George Barnet, Esq., ot Lock port, 11L In Gencseo.RU March 7th, by Rcr. H. Brlctctt, Mr. HORACE R. FLETCHER, of Brooklyn, L, 1., and FRANCES M. GETTY, eldest daughter ol tho late Robert Getty, of the former place. DIED. In this city. Sunday. March 10th. of dlptherta. WILLIS 8., only son of R. W. acd Mira M. Granola. Funeral to-day. at 10 o’clock a. m n from tho residence or tbefemlly. 346 Calmnet-av. Match 10th. 1867. BATB £.. daughter of J. O. and Mary J. Perry, aped 8 yean, 1 month and 4 days. Funeral this (Monday) afternoon. atS o'clock, from the residence of herparents, No. 253 Ene-et. At Geneva, WD.,March Bth, ofheart disease. ANNIE •MARY, youngest oaogbtcr ol J. C. Walter, eight years ten months and eight cays. amusements. rj\BE MYSTERIES OF MAN CHEATED MAY BE BEEN AT THE NEW YORK MUSEUM OF ANATOMY, 06 RANDOLPH-ST.. CORKER OF DEARBORN, McYICKER’S theatre. CKEU A MYERS MANAGERS. Engagement ol tbe renowned Lyric Artiste, TESTYALI, WoT'bElTeMoVo.'” BWCUente Angelo... Vestvall her original character, with gongs—" You are the Star and Brave Marco." In rehearsal—TOE BHIQAND. Friday—Benefit of Vestvall. Saturday—^Vestvall Matinee. pOL. WOOD’S MUSEUM. (jbh. J. D. WOOD Proprietor Director of Amusements F. E, AIKEN Stage Manager TUO9. BARRY A new scenic drama, by WUkle Collins, with rare mechanical effects, fine pictorial Illustrations, Intro duclngTßE FROZEN DEEP, as presented in London for many weeks, to crowded houses. On Monday evening, March U, will be produced with new scenery, new machinery, chemical lights, new costumes and decorations, entitled THE FROZEN DEEP. To conclude with {first Ume) an original farce, entitled A QUIET FAMILY. in rehearsal—A DANGEROUS GAME, now playing at Wallack’s, N. Y„ with great success. ■yAKIETY THEATRE. An Entire Novr, Elegant and Attractive Entertainment. IDE BEACTIFUL PIECE OF 20 Years of a Drunkard’s Life, WANTED FOR TBE BALLET, X FEW MORE LADIES. Yankee bobinson’s circus AND MENAGERIE, iuveugagemcat, acd positively the La?t Week of tbe Champion of the World. Mr. JAM3S ROBINSON and his son CLARENCE, Monday evening, March llth, and every evening during the week, and Wednesday and Saturday allcmoots. Menagerie open at all hours of the day, aartton Sal ts. &ILBERT & SAiIPSON, General Auctioneers. 47 and 49 Dearbom-Bt, Superior second-band and new Fumiturey Rich Curtains, &c. f AT AUCTION, On TUESDAY. March 13, at 10 o’clock, at our sales rooms 47 and 40 consisting of a large assortment of Furniture for Chamber, Parlor and Dining Room. Including a great variety of full Mar b!e-top Chamber Suites; also. Parlor bets, four win dows rich, heavy Cumins; also, a lot ot Miscellaneous Books, fine Single Boggy, Harness and Household Goods. GILBERT A SAMPSON, Auctioneers. Gilbert and sampson, . General Auctioneers. 47 and 49 Dcatborn-st. Trade Sale 01 60 Ciates Crockery, 250 Hoses Glassware, AT AUCTION, On THURSDAY, March 14th, at 10 o’clock at our Sales rooms 47 and 40 Dearborn CO crates White Granite Ware. In open lots, consisting of a complete assortment of Toilette, Dinner and Tex Ware, In quan tities to suit dealers. Also, 390 boxes assorted Flint Glassware. Goods packed for the country. GILBERT A SAMPSON. Auctioneer*. Vinegar. T)URE 1 CIDER VINEGAR, Warranted pore, and to preserve pickles. Largest work* of thekind in the united States. _ _ CHARLES G. E. TRUSSING. 3l|ft and 341 Btate-su Chicago. Seales. FAIRB ANKS' fST ■*" STANDARD soales./I.*L 07 BIZIS, FAIRBANKS, GREENLEAF A 226 4 228 Lake-st., Chicago. 3£aUroa»s. A R RIVAL AND DEPARTURE OP XJL TRAINS. Wittier Arrangement, CHICAGO AND NORTHWXBTXHN KAIinoAP—COUNCIL BLPJTS AND OMAHA LINE—DXPOT NOBTH WILLS 6T7IXET. Leave. Arrive. Omaha Fast Line *8:1 ja. m. *7:20 p. m. Omaha Night Express... 7:80p.m. sC:ooa.m. Dixon Passenger 400 p.m. 11:10 a.m. PBEXPOItT LINZ. O..MAU t>...atwu<. .IlklVl « (Ml). Precport Passenger *10:00 p. m. *3:10 a. m. Freeport Passenger. *9:00 a. m. *3:40 p. m. Rocklord, Elgin. Fox lUvcrand Stale Line... *4oop.m. *11:10 a. m. Geneva and Elgin Pas* eenger. *5:30 p.m. •&45 a.m. WISCONSIN DIVISION—DEPOT COItNEB OJ* CANAL AND ENXJB BTBXBT. Day Express *9:00 a. m. *8:30 p.m. NlghtExprees *4:3op.m. *s:lsa.m. Janesville Accommodn. *s:3op.m. *2:Bsp.m. Woodstock Accommod’n .3:00 p.m. *9:20 a. m. WTT.WAPggg DIVISION—DXPOT COBNSB Of CANAL akd Kinza BTHZET. Day Express 0:00 a.m. 13:00 m. Boaehlh, Calvary and Evanston... 1:30p.m. 8:40 p.m. Night Express 4:00p.m. 8:80p.m. Kenosha Accommod’n... 4:40p.m. 0:45a.m. Waukegan Accommod'n. &30j>. m. 836 a. m. Milwaukee Accommod’n. 11:45p.m. 5:30 a. m Oxo. D. Dunlap, Gen’J Snp’t, B. F. Patbick, General Passenger Agent, ucmaiH annul baxukus— traxoa waror, voot otzaxb ram. Morning Express *s:oorum. 'B:4sp.m. Day Express *7:00 a. m- *11:00 p. n. Evening Express 15:80 p. m4*l2:*o p. m. NightExprea* 1*9:45p. a. 73:25 a, a. ooionniaTx ahx> lo distill* reams. Homing Express *7:00 a. m. *10:85 a. a. Night Express 75:00 p. m. *11:00 p. m. BXCHXGAM BOUTUKBH AHB AKX BOOM Ml—Pl* TOt OOUB TAX BUnXK AMD OHXBHAII IBlßfc (OUDO ZJHX. a.« Tm.w.u a 9m fll a Mn. nt Day Express *7:00 a. a. *11:00 p. a New York Express 3:15 p. a. t12;30 p. a Night Express 1*10:00 p.m. *6:00 a. m rarson nm*. Day Express *7:00 a. m. tll:00 a. m. Sight Express... 710:00 p. m. *3:55 p. m. PHTfiBUMH, JOB* WATKM AMD 0810X00. Mall ; *l:3oa.a. 8:00 a.m. Express *7:00 a. a. 12:30 a. m. Fast Line 8:15 p.m. 7:40 p.m Express *110:00 p. to. 11:00 p. m xzxnois cmTHaL. _ Mvim. «. (in>nl n m. usniahim Gay Passenger. *9:30 a. m. *10:80 p. nt Night Passenger 710:00p.m. •&»#* ml Kankakee Accomnod’n. *4:osp.m. a.m. Hyde Park and Oak Wood *6:20 a. m. *7:45 a. m. •k « « *12:10 p.m. '9:52 a.m. “ « “ .... *3:3op.m. *l:sop.m, « «» « *5:55 p.m. *7:3op.m CHICAGO, SUHLIXGTOK AMP QDIWUT. Day Express and Ma 11... *3:2oa.m. *shoop. m. RslcsbnrgPaMeogcr.. . *B:oop.m. *4.30 p.m. Aurora *s:oop.m. *9:00 a.m« Night Express 712,00 mid’ht 75:50 a. m. CHICAGO AMD ft. LOUIS. „ _ ixpress and Mull 6:03 a. m. 8:45 p. a. Night Express „ 9:15p.m. 6:50 a.m. Joliet and Wilmington _ Accommodation 4:00 p.m. 9:45 a. m. 3HICAQO AMD GBBAT BASTBBM—<LAH GSIOQTBASI ALB LDTB)—XILWAUXXB BAILBOAD MPOt, COB. CANAL AHD XDIZIX RBXSTS. „ Day Express C:3Ua.m. 10:Mp.m« Night Express 9:00p.m. 8:50 p.m. JOB XMDIAHAFOtIi, LOUIEVILLB AMD OISCOIHATI. Cay Express 6:30 a. m. 10.55 p. m. Night Express 9:00 p.m. 8:50 a.m. Columbus Express 6:90 a.m. 10:55 p.m. “ « 9:00 p.m. 8:30 a. m. Lansing AccommodaUcn 9:83 a. m. 9:00 a- m. ** u 6:15 p.m. 6:00 d. m, CHICAGO, BOCK ISLAND AMD PAODTIC BAILUOAD. Day Express and Mail... *9:00 a. m. *3:30 p. xn. Night Express 12:00p.m. *5:45 a.xn. Accommodation.. 4:40 p.m. *9:40 a. m. •Sunday excepted. tMonday excepted, TSatozday iceotert. The following Is the new table for (be arrtva and departure of mail? from the Chicago Post Office for the winter, and now In force: w*ttji CLOSE. P. O. CHIOAQO, "i- HAILS AHOTVE* a. m. p. m. a. m. p. m. .... 2:00....Mich. South. R. R 1130 .... « •* “ 8:55 .... 12:00 m u “ « .. 6:00 11:00 .... 12:00 m Mich. Central B.R 12.00 ... &J 5.... “ “ “ .. 6:00 &IS .... 2:00.... Pitta. & FtWayno 12:30 .... « ‘‘ V.. 7:40 .... 12:00 m “ « * .. 6:00 11:00 12:00 4:Bo....GreatEastern R.R.. 8:30 l(hO« 12:00 f7:50.... New Albany & Salem 8:20 12:00 8:00 7:45....Ga1ena Railroad 3:10 2:40 12:00 6:00.. ..Dix0n Alt line 6:00 7:20 12:00 &00....Kocklsland Railroad 6:45 2:30 12:00 8:00....C.,8.& Quincy R.B. 5:60 9:00 8:00 3:oo....Norttiwesier* a. 8.. 6:tf 6;30 6:00 2:4s....Milwaukee Railroad. H:>o 8.-20 12:00 7:45....HUb0U Central R.B. 7fiM 9:00 12:00- Railroad... B:» • BOBT, A. 6ILMOBS, P. M. Co &gwt=»ottseg. rpO RENT—Cheap—To persons that X can pay a Tsar's rent 1q advance, three or Dor dwelllogatadedrablelacatlons, within five mlaatea walk or court House. Bent freo $3Ub to |7W. Ad dreis Box 1313. Post Office. TO RENT—Residence No. 233 llllnois sL, corner North State. contaiclaglS rooms, all Inrnuhed and the mrninue lor sale, for cash only, and very cheap. The house and locstlo* are very dei'rablo as a private hoarding hocae. Apply on the premises. r) KENT—Two-story brick house, with basement and all modern Improvement;, >0.213 Erle-st. Apply to KNAHER * MALCOM, Ewing Block, Boom No. l, comer North Clark and .Wata-sts, or at 813 Erie-tt. ■ r PO RENT—Two-story frame house X of eight rooms, near Twenty-second-st Furni ture (or sale cheap. Bent low. ARTHUR & BOY DEN. 31 Q Btate-st TO RENT—Furnished house. North Side, pleasant locality, for rix months, at 91 25 per month. Address F. O. Pox 8137- rpO RENT—Finenewhouse on Paik-av., A brick basement, 6 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 3 marble mantles, 3 fire-places, water, gas, cistern, summer kitchen. Planked alley In rear. Lease for one. two or three years Horn May Ist. BentfTOT. Inquire tC 133 South Clark-flt., Boom 8. TO RENT—Boarding house on South Side, furniture lor sale; one boarding bouse on North Side; one boarding home on Wm Side good locations aIL E. A. BICE, 133 Sooth Utark-sU Bcom 14. TO RENT—Brick dwelling, 812 Stale sc, with 10 rooms, newly oar ted. possession at once to good tenant. 383 and 287 We«t Lakc-st. 1038 Wabash-ave, with 9 rooms. 113 East Monroe sL. wltn 15 rooms, 433 West Jackson-su. cottage. and 80 Qulncy-st. 311,313 and 313 Fonrth-ave. Apply to J.M. MARSHALL, Room 8. at 97 Clark-st. $Tn 3^ent==Hooins. XO RENT—3, 2,3,4, 6 rooms, all near ly new; cheap in advance. Inquire at 340 Hob pard-6t.. west ot EUzsbeth-sc. TO RENT—Furnished rooms, with or without board, at 133 suitable lor a lady or gentleman. nPO RENT—Furnished rooms, without X board,saltablefortwoorthreeyonnemen. Terms moderate, at 77 Fourth-av., between Van Boxen and Harrison. TO RENT—Pleasant furnished rooms, suitable lor gentlemen, at 336,4 State-SL, conve nientto business. Business granges. F)H SALE—One of the very best cash trades In Chicago lor sale; splendid location: no one need apply unless they have a cash capital ol BLCOO. Address H. Tribune office, Chicago, 111. F)R SALE—Lease and fixtures ot a meat and vegetable market; one of tbs best stands In the city- Inquire at 813 Btate-st. T?OR SALE—Confectioeary and Dm- X Ing Saloon, right opposite Port Wayne A St. Louis Railroad Depot, snltabietor man or woman; best loca tion in the city. caU or address SALOON, No. 984 Sooth Canal-st. T?OR SALE—One of the best located fa- XJ loons In the city for one-hall price, as the owner la going into another business. Inquire at 87 South Clatk-aL F)R SALE—At 121-3 per cent discount, for cash, stock of dry goods, ready made clothing, bats and cape, boots and shoes, amcori?*, crockery and glassware, wine, wine plants. For particulars, call on or add rest N. A. EATON, 164 West Twelflh-sL, Chi cago. Hit for aa days. FOR SALE—Hotel, desirably located, having Irom 90 to 60 boarders and from so to 100 transient guests. Bulldogs. lornltara, loti, yards and stable* for $13,00. Address JOHN W. MeKBITT, Wilmington, 111. . F3R SALE—The oldest and best Jew elry store In Waukegan, lU* doing a very good business. Terms easy. For particulars, inquire o( M. BRONBERO ACO.,Wholesale Dealers In watchea and Jewelry. 124 Lake-st-, Chicago, ill. F)R SALE—The stock and fixtures ot thestoreiAte Lake-st. mnstbeclosed oat in ten days, as the store wl l be remodelled for other busi ness. Tbe stcck Is new and desirable, and embraces everything In the line of fancy goods, notions, perfume Will be sold at a sacrifice, orwonld exchange lor real estate In aty or country. For particulars, *p ply on premises. F)R SALE—Live paying business, IG3 Lake-sh, np stairs, for sale, part cash, balance on time. A rare chance for an established business. Would exchange tbr real estate in city or country. I7OR SALE—At Kankakee, HI., on the a.' Illinois Central Railroad, a slock ofhordware and tinners* materials. The owner wishes to retire from business, on account of ill health, and will lease the store lor a term of years. There are six rooms above tbe store, and a good basement with three rooms. Located In the centre part of the city. A rare chance fora party with some means. For further particulars address **f O D," F. O. Box 111, gantrsiree, m. FOR SALE—A dnnr store, medical prac tice end residence. A Yore chance for a physi cian. a large practice guaranteed, a finely assorted stock of drugs. Allfbr|2Joo. Address “F F V YB," Beading. Livingston Co.. 111. FOR &ALE—Cheap—Saloon and board ing house in the best location of tbe city, all com plete, with cue of J. M- Brunswick A Bro.’s iblrd-sUe rosewood four-pocket billiard tables. Just bought new. The above will be sold cheap, on account of the pro- Erletor starting for tbe Territories. Lease on build ig for one year from May next. Price SJ.'OO. In (jujre at J. M. BRUNSWICK A BHO.’B, 72 Ban- FOR SALK—An established drug store, welt located and doing a good business, Besson 17011 BALE—The good will, stock and J. fixture* of a first-class retail drug store, all in complete oi der, situated to a good location in the city cf Bt. Joseph, Mo. Lease 3X vean to run, at low rate. For lorther Information, inquire of J. M. W. JONB6, Stationer. 42 and 44 Dearborn-sL, Chicago, 111. FOR BALE—WeII-assorted stock of dry goods and groceries. In a flourishing town, tbe centre of a thrifty farming region. Fcr particulars, address Box 61, Oregon, Wls. |7OB SALE—TIie stock and fixtures of JL a first-class grocery store on North CTark st, Also the lease of a store and basement on Klnzle-sL, under theßevrre House. H. C. MO&BY ACO MMMetro pollian Block. 170 R SALE —Stock ot hardware, stoves, -A ami tinware, 130 miles trom Chicago, place of 2.500 itbshltants,ln one ol the finest farm regions tn the State. Stock about $3,000, all In good order, well as sorted, &o damaged or unsalable goods. Trade well cs tablUhcd. acd dolmr a good bnslness. Terms cash. Satin lactory reasons for telling, inquire of FRANK STDRGES A CO„ Chicago, 111. F)K SALE—The stock and fixtures of a grocery and produce asd commission store, that u doing a One busing. A rare c&ancc. Address J. BOOTH, Tribune office. F’OR &AXE —Photograph gallery, situ ated In a beastifhl city. 70 nules vest of Chicago, finely fitted up, well stocked with instruments, and is doing a good buslnra*. Satisfactory reasons lor sell ing. and will be sold at a great bargain. Apply at FULLER’S Photograph Gallery, 121 South Chicago. I7OR SALE—One tlnrd or one halt ot } a manuractnrirghußluesswtll be sold at a great sacrifice. Capital required, from two to three thou sand dollars. Apply at 26 North Jefferson-sL, np FOR SALE—Stock, fixtures and good wllhlnclndlngoneyear’s rent, for twelve hun dred dollars, at the best lorationon South Water-st. tor selling trult, and to do a general commission basi nets. Good reasons for selling. Address E. O. T„ Tnbune office. FOR SALE—An old established Yankee Notion business, with larga trade. For pattlcu lars address "J. H. C.” P. O. Box 2015. Chicago, F)R SALE—The lease, stock and fixtures ol to old established Confectionery store; also, ladles and cents’ icecream saloon. Cue ol the locations in the city. Most be sold in s few days. Far tie* will find thfs one of the best chances. Good reas ons given for telling. For particulars apply on pretn lie*. No. 228 State-st. Auction Sales. A. BUTTERS & CO., Auctioneers & Conmsißdon Merchants 44 & 40 BANDOLFH-9T.. Between btate-et. and Wahaah-av., Hold regular sales, at their salesrooms, ot DRY GOODS. CLOTHING. BOOTS. SHOES, &C„ Every WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY. FURNITURE, CARPETS. Ac., every BATUBPAY JgLEQANT HOUSEHOLD PUHNITUM, At Dwelling 138 FourUi-av,, AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY, March 12, at 10 o’clock a.m~we Shan sel) the entire Furniture contained la House Ko. 13S Fonrth-av., consisting of elegant Parlor and Chamber Sets. Marble-tap Tables. Mlrrorr, Brussels and Velvet Carpets, Hair Mattresses, Bedding, Dining-room and Kitchen Furniture. Crockery. Glass and China Ware, Ac. WM. A. BUTTERS A CO.. Aact'rs. CTAPLE DRY GOODS, Boots and O Shoes, Hoop Skirts, YankeeNoUonß.de.. AT AUCTION, On TUESDAY. March 12th, at 9V o'clock, at Butters' Salesrooms. 44 and 4 6 Randolph sU WM. A. BUTTERS A CQ n Auctioneers. LARGE and desirable stock of Cloth ing, Cloths, Casslmeres, Ac., AT AVOTXOST, On WEDNESDAY. March 13th. at 9V o'clock, at But ters’ balesrooms. 44 and 46 Randolph-st. WM. A. BUTTERS a CO., Auctioneers. T“UNDERWRITERS’ SALE —The entire |_J stock of DRY GOODS Of HUCHBEBOEB BROTHERS, damaged by the Ute Ore, AT AUCTION, On THUMB AT, March 11th, at 9X o’clock, at Butters’ Salesrooms, 44 and 46 Itaodolph-at. The atoci con* slats ol upwards of (60,C00 worth ol Dry Goods, dam aged by Hie and water. _ TTM. A. BUTTERS A CO.. Auctioneers. SCOTT & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 104 Lake-at** cor, LaSalle, Chteus. Caab advanced on Merchandise consigned (or sale. Oat-door sales promptly attended to. riHATTLE MORTGAGE SALE-On \ March 10 o'clock, at onr sales rooms, 7S, 77 and 79 wells sl, corner of Randolph, ‘goods & CILITTLES of Emile H. Donaldson, consisting of a lot oi Mlscel laneons Books, Ptcturts, Brussels and Wool Caroets, OH Cloths, Ail, Wheeler A Wilson’s Sewing Machine, a lot ot Fancy and Ornamental Goods, Ac. Solas, Lounges, Bureaus, Whatnots. Book Cases. Ward Robes. Marble-top Tables featherbeds and Bedding. Cook and Heating Stoves, Ac. Crockery. Glass and Plated Ware, Ac, At 13 o’clock two Gold Watches, one Silver watch, towtner with a large assortment of Mirrors. L, W. SMITH and G.W. SLOAN, Mortgagees. J. MRANEY A CO., Auctioneers. A TJCTION—At DANIEL SCOTT & ±\_ CO’S Rooms. 164 Lake Street, TCB9DAT, tHABCKt 12tb, 1867. Balance Stock of a Notion Store. Including Brushes, Combs, Sheffield Cutlery, Writing Paper, Pearl Bat tons, &c„ Ac. DANIEL SCOTT A CO., Auctioneers. . RUCTION. Tuetday, March 12th. at 10 a. m n at Daniel Scott A Co.’sßooms, 164 Lace-it. Drygoods,ScotcnTweeds, Coulmeres, sneetuge. Shirtings. Prints, Cotton Hose, Dress gcods, Boots and Suoes. *c M Ac. DaNIEL SCOTT A Auctioneers A T7CTION—At Daniel Scott & Co.’s Xi. rooms, 164 Lake-sL, Tuesday, March U, 1867, at 10 a. m. Scales, weights, urns, glassware, pestles, moriars, pill mschlncm elabs, churns, ointments. Jars, 4c- Ac. The chatties of a chemist and druggist. DANIEL SCOTT A CO., Ancttoneers. Thursday Starch 14th. at 10 a. m n at Daniel Scott A Go's. Booms, 164 Lake-st. New and second-hand fur niture of every description. Carpets, Cutlery, Mir rors, China and Glassware, Ac_ Ac. DANIEL bCOTT A CO., Auctioneers. RUCTION. batnrtfay, March 16th,at 10 a. m- at Daniel Scott A Co’s. Rooms. 164 Lafce*at. Groceries, Cheese. Sugar*, Teas, Coffee, Spice, Grocers Scales, Clgara, Tobacco, Ac., Ac. DANIEL SCOTT A CO- Auctioneers. 3ahi jHills, ißngiwes, Set, LANE & RODLEY Portable Circnlar Sav Hills, PORTABLE BXEAK EBOOKS, Shingle MatiKlnta, CORt Mlfit tßt BkarMng. WoOd* working Machinery. IjANK BODIiKY, Comer ot John and Cincinnati. Appacaam lor deacriattve dreeiaff wiu apealy the nncoiaecy they need. 3£eal jSstate-ffttg. tarnovaiji XT OK SALEr—By Clarke, Layton & Co., X 1 128 Wwhlngton-st Bourn side—OX brick hoosa ud let Oa Jack*oo-iL, near W»ba»h-av., U rjonu,wllh siiUiesodenlaproTcmenta, brick stable. tee- fiA -500. 114, twe-storv fran e nonse, corner Wallace sad Twenty-linb-«tß.,wlUi 3 let*. fl.too. 116, one boose on RntferQeld and 1 bouse os Buraslde-sL. with lots— both booses mmlshed with water mad cas, Ac- $3300. 126, two-story boose on Bnmslds-sL. b;twe»n Twen ty-ninth aod Tnirtleth, partially fiolseed, lor sale cheap. 163, twostorv frame boose, with brick basem-nt, U rooms, pantile*. 4c- on Twrntv-tourth-it., $33 K l . 168, two-story bouse and lot on Bnmslde-sL, wlta 8 rooms, a rood boose, $7300. 144, tint e-story aod burnetii i tone front boose oa Michigan-tv., near six teentb-sL, with 11 rooms, water closet, bathroom, Ac -526.C00. 148. boose acd lot on Wabash-av., near Msdlson-sL, SIO3OO. 136,77x100 on Cottage Grove ar., corner of Twenty-ninin-sL. wllhSbnJldmnfpart on time) fll.c<o. Fonr cottage booses and lots on Wabtsb-av., between Thirty-ant and Thlrtv-setonfl its_6 rooms, good well and cistern*, $1,(00 eacb. 168, a large two-story and basement marble-front boose on Waba*b-av„ at otb of Eighteen lh-«L, 14 rooms, will all the modem Improvements, SII,OOO. 171, two-ilory frame boose on Indiana-av- nearTwenty-tbira-sL, on leased lot. $3300. 172, cottage boose on Catnmetav., between Twenty-sixth andTwenty-nlnlh-sts-6rooms, new barn, cistern and lake water. sL£>o. 174. home and lot on ‘’alomet-av., corner of Twentv-flrst-sL, with a two-story boose, stoce basemen I, $18.03), part on time. West Side—29. two booses and lots, comer of Lake and Ellzabctb-sts., $6,000. 36, cottage boose oo Van Bortn-st .betweenSangamonandPeorta,6rooms, $1360. 41, cottage boose on Ncwbory-sL, 4 rooms, pastry, &c., a good basement, water In the basement, $3,200. 73.ioarbonsesooBobcy-jL.betweenMonroe etd Adams, two-story and basement, marble mantles, $4300 eacb. 81. twoitory boose on Marshfield-av* between Jackson and Van Boren-sts., 10 rooms, marble mantles, a good bam, $7,000, S 3, IV story frame boose, with 7 rooms, closets, water and sewer, a good luge stable and a stop In the rear, on leased lot, on West Adams-st- all for #I.OOO. 30. Cottage and lot on Indianant>. between May and Kncker, front nut of brick, a very comfortable boose, 6 rooms, closets all large, $3300. 88. a cottage boose and lot on Lincoln st., lost sontb ot Mad Hon. 6 rooms, closets aod wool shed. SJ3W. 89. northwest comer of Paulina ana Second-sis- a cottage boose with 6 rooms and good b*>m,Ac-onalotl7(Vxl2o, with trees, $1,120. North side—n*w two-story boose, on V acre of ground, two doors west cf CUrk-st., on Fnllcrton-ar- treating norb, 13 rooms, well water, cistern and a one boose, $7.000. I FOR SALE—A new house ol 8 nice rooms. 4 closets and pantry. Apply in rear of enmen, comer ol Wa-blngton-tL I7OR SALE safe Investment, r boose SOI North Madlson-sL 7 rooms, gas. water, bath room, stone cellar, with lot TSxioo. Possession GOOD WILLIE it CO„ 162 Madison, comer FOR SALE—By Snyder & Lee, Real Estate Agents. No. 4 Metropolitan Block, a new two story aod basement and bnck bouse. Mansard roof, of tbliteen rooms, all modern Improvements and lot with brick bam on Wasblngton-st east of Cnrtis-sl. T?OR SALE-—By Wm. D, Eerloot, X 1 89 Washlngton-at. Fine marble front resldeuctali modem improvements on Mtcbtgan-av, near TwelAb-sL, with toll sized toL Fine two-story frame house, brick basement, on Elpbteentb-at, near Indlana-ar, all modern Improve ments, with lot 63X1173 feet. Fine two-story frame boose on Wabash-av, contain ing about 10 rooms. all modem Improvements and fall alzed lot. Fine tbree-itory brick dwelling bouse on Fanrth-av.. near Van Bnren-sL. oil modern improvements and fall sized loL Fonr fine two-story and buement brick booses on West Randolpb-sL east of Union Park, with all Im provements ana toll sized lots. Fine two-story frame bonse.No. 203 North Dear boro-sL, containing it rooms, water,ftc n with lot; can be bongbt very cheap 00 easy terms. Fins two-story and casement hoove, with all modem Improvements, on West Wasblnglon-sL, neac Union Park, lot 30x131 feeL Fine two-story frame bouse and lot 00 Peorla-BL, nearMadlson-sL, all Improvements, 10t50x123 feet. Two new frame booses containing 10 or It rooms eacb. on enperlor-sL, near IheLskc,-all Improvements, toil sized tots. Also neat cottage od North "Dearborn-gL, No. 205. containing 5 rooms, good bam. 4c. FOR BALE—3 neat" Cottages on West Van Boren and Randolph ats. Rasy terms. Lone ground lease. nnoDWTLLTK & LO., 163 Madison corner Laßtlle* u ITOU DALE— By on>der &Lee, Heal Es- C tats Agents, No. 4 Metropolitan Block, a new two story and has cm eat house cf thirteen rooms, all tbe modern tmproyemeat. Lot on Mlchlgan-av* pear Twenty-flrst-st. LTOK BALE—By George * William?, I? Beal Estate Agents. No. t South C!ark-it.i Neat cottage and lot, West Dtvtßlon-st. $1,300 Two-story house, with SO-foot lot, on indiana-sL, very cheap WOO Large bouse, double lot. West Washlngton-st 13,000 New cottage and lot, Wcutworth-ar,. 1.600 Two-storysouse ard lot. Uuron-it. S.CCO Store and cottage. Blue Island-ay. 700 Neatcottage.Blue Island-ay^cheap 7,600 Large cottage and bar* Twenty-mnlh-st WOO Very flue building lots on Walnut and faltoa*sta n near Union Park. 1,000 Good lots near Blue laud-ay 835 LotsouThlid-st., nearHotne.”!!“l**l!l*ll”l..! 350 Lou on Indiana, Prairie, Forest and Kankakee. F)R BALE—In Thos, B. Bryan & Co.'s Beal Estate Office, Bryan Hall. Michlgan-av— One of thebeu arranged new three story and base ment marble front bouses, containing is rooms, with numerous clcscta. double parlors, bay window la li brary, bath room, water In bedroom*, gas throughout, speaking tubes, laundry, furnace, marble mantle*. Ac. Containing. Inchon, every requisite for a genteel Also a large list ot other Improved and unlmproyed proper ty In all parts of this city. JrOR BALE—lnEvanston—Eight houses . and lots, well located, some of which are among b best In tne city, and four ot them built tbe Past sea son. Prices SII,OOO, SIO,OOO, 17.500, $7,000, SLMCL $4,000. IASOO. $3,000. Apply to C. E. BROWNE, Kea? Estate Agent. Evans top,or at hi* office. 17 Lasalle-a L. Chicago. FDR SALE—By Snyder & Lee, Real Estate Agents, N 0.4 Metropolitan Clock, a new two story and basement brick house of thirteen rooms, all modem Improvements, and lot on Mlchlgan-av. near Twcnty-flm-st. 170 R BALE —Slore and lot, No. 161 1 South Clark-st.. between Madison and Monroe, ziy feet front. Inquire of JOHN FOKB7TOE, 133 itandolph-st. *|?OR SALE—By Snyder* Lee, Real A Estate Agents. No. 4 Metropolitan Block, two new frame bouses ol eight rooms each. Water, gas, marble mantels, and lota 063 and 664 Washington bL, between Uccotn and hobey-sti. PDB SALE—By Snyder & Lee, Real Estate Agents, No. 4 Metropolitan Block, two newtwoitory and basement bouses, of ten room*, all modern Improvements and lot nfiy feet front on mwi. gan-av. ncaf Twenty-fttth-sc FDR SALE—A new two-story frame house, with s rooms, conveniently arranged and in complete order, lot 23x130 to 18-foot alley. Title per feet, possesion will **e given on or after April Ist. Term* easy and price low. Call and see It. at No. 463 West Jackßon-«L,jaßt eonlh of Jefferson ratk, or ap* ply to owner. No. 49 LaSalle-sL, up stairs. 17*08 SALE—A two-story frame house J acd grab Id, to be moved fbtsgprlsg. faqolre of CHARLES o7E.FBUI)SING, 339 and34lState-sc, Chicago. trOK SALE—By Snyder & Lee Real A. Esute Agents. No. 4 Metropolitan Blocc, two nearly new two story and basement brick home* ot nine rooms, each hot and cold water, water closets, marble manteia, and lot oa aaaau-n. b«tmeD Tbnm and Loomis sts- fronting Jefferson Park. Price $6,800 each; terms madeeasy. FOR SALE—On Michigan-av. The first-class marb’e front home. No. 223 Michigan bVm residence of the late John L. Bcripps. One of the best houses oo the avenue, tor sale cheap. A. J. AVEBELL, Beal Estate Office No. 7, Metropolitan F)R SALE—Rare chance for specula tion—a One residence in University Subdivision. wItbSSM feet front, can be purchased very low for cash. Apply Immediately. J. N. BARKER, 137 gaodolph-st. T7OR SALE—By Snyder &Lee, Real Es -1? late Agents, No. 4 Metropolitan Block, a new two story basement Brick House of 11 rooms. Hot end co d water, water closets, marble mantels, end lot with barn on Wabaah-av., near Tweatieth-st. 170 R SALE—Two-story frame residence r (new), on prslrle-av., south of Twenty-toortiMt. with all modem Improvemants: $7,000. A Ural-class three-story brick house on Pralrie-av- south ot Six teenth-sh. Just flnisbed, and having a line view of the lake; price $17,000. Apply to J. L. JAMEd, No. 9 Metroiolltan Block. J7OR SALE—On Wabash ay, corner of I 1 Fonrt«entb-st~ a nnt-clasa marble front house, foil depth lot, and ham In rear; tisjou. A.J.AVER ELL. Real Estate office. No. 7 Metropolitan Block. J7OR SALE—By Snyder & Lee, Real X? Estate Agents. iNo, 4 Metropolitan Block, two new two story and basement and brick houses ot eleven rooms, hot and cold water .water closet;, marble msntelr, tumace belli, lot on Wabash-av. near Twenty-Cfth-st. f?OR SALE—House and lot on Indiana* r av„ near Twenty-fl Uh-s t, lot feet; $5,090. BEES A AYRES. 10 Opera douse. * T7OR SALE—By Snyder &Lee Real Es- X tate Agents No. 4 Mctropollcan Block, a new two story and basement and brick house with Mansard roof, containing fourteen rooms, hot and cold water, water closet, marble mantels, and lot with brick ban on Central Av. or Bncker-st near Jacfcson-st. TpOR SALE—A two story frame house, X? Mo. 26 North Eenben-su fronting Union Park. Nine rooms, water and gas—newly papered and paint ed—house oo leased lot. derm years to run. at $37 JO per year. Terms SI.OCO cash, $1J)00 In six, twelve and eighteen months, with interest at Hr per cent. Apply to W. W. BELL. Internal Bevenne Office. T?OR SALE—Good store and dwelling X) No. 381 South Clark-st. BEES A AYRES, 10 Opera House. In'Oß SALE—A two story and basement •J/ bilck house and lot Wabash Av„ containing •a the modern Improvements, lor leas than cost. AB THUB & BOYDEN 310 Btatfrflt. F)R SALE—By Snyder & Lee, Real Estate Agents, No. 4 Metropolitan Block, a near* It new two story and abail house eight rooms, hydrant end cistern, water, bath-room, with lot 37 by 103 on Ada-st. near Felton at. Desirable location. F>R SALE—Several fine two story and barementhonscstn good neighborhoods, on Fol* too. Tbtoop, Warren,Peorla and Madison-sts,: also, floe residence lots on Peorlwt. KEELER * GIEB, Beal .Estate Agents. 139 Booth Clark-st. jFor gate. F)R SALE—Brick. Apply at Lime Depot of WM. KIES, Market-sL. near Randolph. I? OR SALE—Valuable mortgage, se ft cored by 160 acre farm In Hancock county. 111. will exchange for house and lot in a good location in Chicago. Address “GUNN,” Post Office ooz 2333, Chicago. PDR SALE—At the Lake Tunnel—One S 3 horse power engine and upright tubular boiler, une 30 bone power engine and upright tn dalar holler. One 15 hoi se power eng)ne;andnpngnt tubular boiler. . These enginse and boilers are new, have been in use but a very abort time. 21.125 leet T rail, weighing 23 as. to the yard. 1 large tan for ventilation, M. U. Alden'e patent, built exprewly for this work. 3 flie, well-broken ) otmg moles. 2 pumpa and 2 sets Improved hoisting apparatus and gearing. 25 cars, capacity 1 cubic yard. A large lot of tools. A lot of timber and lumber. Also, the buildings, sheds, outhouses, connected with the Lake Tunnel. A lot of cast and wrought scran Iron. DULL * GOWAN. Contractors, Office, bhore Shaft Lake TanneL I7OR SALE—At the Chicago Driving JT Park, second-band lumber, consliune of boards. Joists, icantllng, etc* all thoroughly seasoned. Also tbe buildings known aa “Floral Hall” and “South Ampltheatre.’’ Inquire ot C. A. FORSYTHE, on the grounds. 170 R SALE —SOO tons No. 1 steam coal, f In lots to suit purchasers. Inquire at Sugar Be flnery. north Water-sL, near the pier. FOR SALE—New milch cows, and fat cows taken In trade. Call at 444 North Clark* bU corner DlvMon. F. E(ENIO. FDR SALE—Two Phelan Cushion Bil liard Tables, In good order, very cheap. Can be teen at 183 Bandolph-SL, Chicago. I? OR SALE—Show-cases (silvered) and X side cases for sale. Also a small Herrtngsafb and a large Wilder safe. Call and see them at E. a. STEIN’S store. No. 79 South Clark-eL, opposite the Court House. - ffiawog. TD RENT—Pianos, Organs and Helo deons; also, new and second-band Plaooe for sale on time payments, received in Installments. W. W. KIMBALL. 63 Waahtngton-et. T) KENT—Pianos and melodeons. All kinds ot instruments tuned and repaired bv com gitent workmen. Pianos moved and boxed. WM.S. ROSSER. 130 Clark at. __ jpov gale. JpOR SALE. AFOUNDET, MACHINE SHOP, AND PLANING BULL, AT WAUKEGAN, ILLINOIS. Well supplied with suitable patterns and flasks, la. rinding four sizes of stationary Endues, Barn-door Bangers, and Ball Patterns. Flasks, and shop-right of Leonard's patent 6camle*a Thlmide hkelns. Good and soiUble machinery for finishing. The Planing Mill has Matcher, Suxfacer and Re-saw. tag complete machinery for aaah, blind*, doors, Ac. Will bo told low lor prompt par. Anolv w TiEfaSY AS. liwnhar” printing. pRINTUSG, Book and Job, At Tribune Job Office. Facilities far doing Work ot Any Desertp* tloa Unequalled In (be CMr- *Uai ifcgtate-iCttg. milttPKOTl* T?OR SALE—Pour comer lots and nine X laslde lots co Barrlson. Sangaaor, Peoria atd Ureen-sta. Verv desirable residence property. Call on T. F.JL&LDUZK. 104 SaadoWsd ~ FOR SALE—By dnyder & Lee, Real Estate a re-ta. No. 4 Metropolitan Block, a new cmiditp lot IDO by 134 feet on W«shingr>o-sL between Vt ond tod J incolo-jts.; uo br l?j reet corner Jacxson and MancMster-sU : 60 by Ist feet corner of Madison aed Pan'lna-sts.; Ti by 135 fret oa Llncoln-st near klocroe-st. FOR SALE—A beautiful lot on the corner of Wa t Monroe and Bnefcer-sU-76 loot oy iffi ft«L running back to an alley. No better neigh borhood In the city. Also, a beautiful block of six lots In Evanston—m fret, the handsomest lot In Bv ana log. It is near Ibe depot, and next north of H. y. Hard's residence, with abtmoanee of large oak and or namental tree*.and some two hundred trull trees. For prices, apply to GEUKGE F. FUSIEK, 317 south Wat: ML FOR SALE—Lots on WabashaudMich fgan-ars. near and 00 comer Thirtletb-sL. SI,OOO eacn. Two years hence they will bring doume the money. GEORGE A W ILLIAMS. 7 -Smth ciark-st. Tj'Oß thAT.E—By Wm. D. Kerioot, 89 X 1 Wasblngton-sL 60 fret on Madlmn-aL, near Franklin. 90 fret oa cor. Vanßnren and Grlswold-sts. SO fret on Waba!b-ar H near Twenty-Stxth-sL 50 fret on Mlcbigan-ar M near Fonrieenth-sL SO feet cn Calumet-aT., sear Twenty-ThirdoL 40 feet on IMnots-iL, near SL Clair. 40 fret on Monroe-sL, near Wells. 40 fret on cor. Ramson and Franklin-*ts. 110 feet on Vacßarea-st„ near Morgan. 50 feet on Warren-sL, near Iloyne. 60 fret on Park-ST., near Oakley-sL 47 feet on Cass-sL, near Cbiesgo-ar. 40 lots In Archer’s Addition, in balk, cheap. 16 lots In Asblaac's Audition, 10 balk, chop. PSK SALE—By Rees & Ayres, Real Estate Brokers, Oifice 10 Crosby’s Opera House, Clark-et. near Sontb Water, lot 90x96 teet; rotner lothSxlODfeeL at S4OO per foot: Ciark-st^near Folk, 30x100IbeL at $173 per foot; In diana-41, corner Pine, tut 50x100 fret; Mlctalgan-ay., near Congrees-aL, lot iCOxllO t-et: Mock 36. Sheffield's Addition, containing 112 lots, for SIO,OOO. Twenty two acres on state-st* inside city limits, at $3,000 per FOR SALE —Residence lot 50x170 on Mlchlgan-aT~_near Twenty-third-aL REES A AYRES, 10 Opera Ronse. i»eal 35atate==<gtmwttB. FOR SALE—Michigan Fruit Land—lß3 acres sear the month of Kalamazoo River; no better In the btatefor grape* and peaches; with new boose 34x30; bam, well, Ac. About 30 acres cleared, and wIU be ready for seumg oat trees and vines the coming spring; may be bongbt for $3300; title per fret; terms accommodating. Also, about 100 cords of bark ready tor early delivery. Inquire otWM. SC AR LETT, Aurora. or E.P.UBEBB, on the premises, near Saogatnck. T7OK SALE—A farm ot 160 acres, wilh- C 1 In one mile of a railroad station and 17 mile* from Chicago. Well watered, good buildings, over 5(0 fruit trees, and stocked with cows. Will sell with or with out cow*. Also, &I 0 acres adjoining the above, in lots to suit purchasers. Apply at 133 Klnzle-sL FOR fcAJLE—Four eighty acre tracts of choice farming land InKankasse Co.; bleb rolling prairie, soil excellent, situated In a wall settled neighborhood, and wimin seven ml’esof Gardner Sta tion on BL Loots Railroad; one-tonrth mile from Post Office; wlllseU together or otherwise, ran be bad cheap and on liberal terms. S. H. KBRFOOT ft CO- No. 71 Pearbom-st- F)B SALE—Farm on Galena R. R., one mile from Bldott Station, tour miles west ot Peea tonica. 548 acres, two bouses, a fine bam, timber, liv ing water, and Is one of the best stock farms InUltnols. Win be sold at S2O per acre, aod 1* a bargain. D. E. PEARSONS, 118 Bandolph-sL, Chicago. FOR sale—Vann ot 90 acres, adjoin ing the City of Chicago, with hoots, bams and ontbnllolDgs to fine order, nice Hair on re main on the place, or will exchange lor city property. Address "FARM/£0X437. PDB SALE—“ The Grove” Farm, owned bribe late Dr. J. A. Kennleott. consisting or 195 acres, 60 acres ot which are timbered, situate about 17 miles northwest of Chicago. It Is under a high state of cultivation aadtusa large namoer of frail and ornamental trees, many of them of SO years growth. Tbe house islarro and commodious and con tains ll rooms. BEES 4 ATKE3, 10 Crosby's] Opera House. Situations agaameb. HAIEB. SITUATION—Wanted,by ayoungman, O who can speak German, French ana a Halo Bag- Uih, In an English family, to ttle care of borses or cows. Would prefers place where be conld yislttbo school sometimes In the day time. Address **J S O," Tribune office. SITUATION—Wanted—A young Hoi- O lander, for the last lour months in this country, desires a situation. He speaks English and German, writes a goed hind, and la well acquainted with book keeping. Address 313 West Pols-su, qp-stalrs. SITUATION—Wanted, by a single man, kj23 years ot age. In a wholesale or retail drug boose. Haa bad ten years experience, is a competent pro ecriptlonlst. Address “DRUGGIST,™ Tribune office* QITUATION—Wanted, by ayoung man O from the East, In a store or warehouse, where be can make himself usefhl. U not alrsld to work. Ad dress, for two days. *• H H P,™ Pugt Office. SITUATION—Wanted, by a youngman O in a wholesale business. Speaks English and Ger man fluenMy. and Is not afraid to Work. Address “C E." Triboneofflee. . FEOUIiBSi SITUATION Wanted, by a young kj lady, as seamstress in a private family. Can ope rate on Wheeler 4 Wilson’s and Grover A Baker’* sewing machines. Call for three days at 43 East Momoe-aL, between i and a p. m. SITUATION—Wanted, to do general O faonsework In a private family on the west Side; would prefer West Lake cr Washlngton-st*- near tne city limits. Call at 153 West Indiana-st. CITUATTON —Wanted, by ayoung lady O who thoroughly understands tie Singer Sewing Machine and ha* a good tdeaot coat making. In a good shop or quiet private family, where she can make her fell tuefnl and feel at home. Please address MISS MM, Irlbaae office. agents ffiaanteb. A GENTS—Wanted—ln all ihe impor- XjL tact towns In mine!*-to represent the u Econ omical Mutual Life Insuracce Company of K. I.” Address, riving name and referencea, TUCKER 4 SHUFELDT, General Agents, ChlcagoTllL A GENTS—Wanted—To sell paints and XX oils; will And It to fhefr Interest to call on the OAKLAND IRON OCHRE PAINT CO„ No. 10 Booth Clark-an. op-stairs. Room 1. A GENTB—Wanted—For Folsom's new XX Under Feed Letter A Sewing Machine. Price $33 to 140. Machines sent on trlau P. ATKINSON. 164 Bandolph-sL, Boom No. 6. Chicago. Ills. AGENTS— Wanted—100 teachers, or other competent persona, to engage la a highly honorable hutlncts in-which over 500 persona have em barked la the last six a oaths, sod it which Irom SSO to |UO per month is being made. For fall particular* adorns j. s. GOODMAN & CO-, 3 Custom Hoose plsce, Chicago, 111. A GENTS—Wanted—For “WOMAN’S fX WORK IN THECTVIL WAR.” preoared undar the approval of the D. B. Sanitary. Western Sanitary and Christian Commissions. History has no prece dent, poetry no parallel, to the work ol women fn our late civil war. An eminent Divine says; “This Wont Is a household treasure, a joy and bleating to_foture times. It develops a tew. social era; anewresnitol our Dee institutions, our schools, our churches, oar pulpit, and our press; a new power In woman; a new phase In Christianity Itself,” 1-6. Arthur's says; “Wewclcome this bookmoat heartily aa the only record of Woman’s work In the War which makes anr approach to completeness.” fiend Ibr a circular, and get a full description of the worn and terms to agents. fflSftjSßggg ****** * CO. Lombard A GENTS—Wacted—’•'or the very pop- A ular bsok‘‘WOMEN OF THE WAR.” Bv Frank Moore. Avery handsome volume, beautifully illus trated, sad one ot the most Interesting books ol the times. Says tbe Cbteago Evening Journal: It is In the ncblest sente a gallery of beauty, and we envy the au thor the grateful work he has perlonned. It all reads like a romance. The story of the war can never be wflltolduclesatbestory ol the women is told with It.” Ladies aa well aa gentlemen are having great success selling this work. For an agency cat! on or address R.C. TREAT, 117 South Chicago. A GENTS—Wanted—soo Agents want xX ed In t new business. H. B. SHAW, Alfred, Maine- ’ A GENTS—Wanted—To sell one ot the XjL greatest Inventions of the day—Pattison’s Im proved Knife and Fork Sconring Machine. A great novelty; nothing like It In tne United States. Secured by two patents. Scours six knives at a time. Exclu sive territory to sell will be given to good Agents. Ap- Ply to or address, with stamp. B. B. PATTISON, 199 South Clark-sti, between Monroe and Adams, Chicago, A GENTS—Wanted lmmediately, m xa every county, to sell standard salable books, oa which large commliilons will be said. Addreas H.M. &HEBWOOD, 107 Monroe-su, Chicago. AGENTS —Wanted—Now is your time to make yonr fortune by selling Hlgley’s North American Prize Stationery Packages. Only lII.CO per hundred, and ab*auOfUl hunting cased silver Watch with every thousand ordered. Send 35c fbr sample package. Address HIGLEY A CO-, P. O. Box 2038, Chicago, 111. A GENTS—Wanted—Experienced first AX class canvawers.vsenUemen and ladles, fbr “WASHINGTON’S PBAYEB AT VALLEY FOUQR a new and magnlheentl steel engraving; price, Has peculiar 'recommendations which cause It to bf admired by every American, of whatever sect or party Agents everywhere are meeting with unparalleled sue ccsa. Publishers' highest commission given. Ad dress. S. 8. BOYDEN. 73 Chicago, 18. A GENTb—Wanted—sl3s per month xX and expenses. Address SHAW «fc CLARK SEW -INO MACHINE Blddeiord. Maine. A GENTS—Wanted—Male and female— XX Business at home. No capital required. Active Agents can make $S dallv. Address, with stamp. S. PEVEBEAUX, Drawer 6044. Chicago, IIL ** A GENTS—Wanted—North and South, /X to sen fine work* of art. The largest commis sions ever paid. Send for circular and bo convinced. T. J. EOLENDEB A CO., 393 South Clark-st- Chl cago,Hl. A GENTS—Wanted Gentlemen ant* ll ladle* throughout tbe United States for om new Book, “LIVEsof the PRESIDENTS,” from Wash Ipftoa to Johnson, by J.B.c. Abbott, the great hlsto mn. Complete la one large volume, superbly uioa H*. engraving*, among which are por waits of the seventeen Preaideota, battiel scenes, etc. This la the only work of the, kind yet published! an 2 aSords to experienced agents a rare opportmutv tr make money with a splendid book, amino competi tion. Exclusive territory and publishers' highest com minion given. Books ready for delivery now. s. a. BOYDEN. 73 Clart-sti, Chicago, m A GENTS—Wanted—s2s a day. Fif- Agents. O.T.GABKY, Blddeiord. Maine. A GENTS—Wanted—For the American X3LConflict, by Horace Greeley. Agents wbo bare delivered rol. 1., and desire to deliver vol. 11l must male their orders Immediately. GEO. Ac. wTbtirr. WOOD, 103 Madlsotut., Chicago. 111. A GENTS—Wanted—l want as Agent xi In every town in the State to canvas lor a new patent article lor household use, and which Is meeting with a great sale. Good agents are macing trom *3) to ISO per week.• Apply to or address O. A. hbv. PRICK: 101 Lake-stl Chicago. UL jflarinnets. I7OR BALE—Three 8-horse power up- J? right engtnas; also six horizontal engines, 8. if and 13-horse power, larger or smaller engine* for nlabed with or without boilers. 12, is, l« ua 20-horse tabular and locomotive boilers for sale, best writ Also one 4-rollar Union Matcher and Planing Machine. Sawmills, barrel and wood-working machinery, iror planers, belong, saws, flies, das. Machinery Depot, 31 Pearborn-sU Chicago. OBKESLEB BROS, ft CO. l?OR BALE—Portable engines and boil- T «ry low prices, by GRIFFIN BROS., 116 USallMt, opposite Cbamoer oi commerce. l?OK SALE—Portable engines, station- Xl ary and on wheels, 10 and 12-botae power, on *»«M and lorsale at low price*, by THE PESHTIQO CO- NorthWatei-sL,NorthFler. fMnatw F)R SALE—A superior low pressure engine, SO-Inch cylinder and 4-foet stroke. In splen did running order, with shaft 9 lacheu indiameteraad fly-wheel 20 feet, weighing about 1 tons. This engine is of sufflcioit capacity to drive the largest elevator and la particularly adapted to a milt capable of making 400 barrels of flour per day. We oflfcr toe above at the MKDBBBT. bTEYESS ft c 5., MUwaokee. W™ Li OR BALE—A second-hand Buckley JL folding machinfr-tegood condition, price.*4oo. Apply to theTKLBPNR COMPANY. nice,****. TTOR SALE—One 11 foot bed, 23 inch I swing, one 13foot 30inch swing. three"footbed X Inch swing, three 5Jf loot bed 14 Inch swing Screw Cnttlcgbackwed EngineUlho. made •».g , l 2g£ field- Maas; Two Woodworth planer *“** l *L , isH Machines. One Farrar Surfacrr. one 8 bora* S?!!Si Portable Steam Engine, toe 6foot, «A K f a 9 Planets, baw Aroors. Baw», fte- oa hand to »ure ana for sale low by HAWNINs ft JAMES, M oontu weua- Hattwerg giSlantefl. TIARTNER—Wanted in a fine pwing r^f 1, . rix not gnod active salesmen need a J. bgaineaa- hon7ba required to eooauw ply. A on laud. CtUnn “dNoF'S taVIOIL Boom 13, Meihodlat block. Chiag°- —XnlNßß—Wanted to lie charge of and tojs ' wOman r jautactortng _nSaina tartvingffiW River. TrTa man wbo can pat la a ftrw thor >Ma( } dollars au esMTCaoUy 1* offered to st«p into k bnatoeui. running 30 hands, Ar. energetic, reliable midille-aged man more of an ohVxt than the umat oi capital. Beat or glveo and reqntnd. Addras“CARRIAQS UA2TJFACTUBER, M Trlbaas office* gßaantcbs=#lale jßelp. ■OtKKBBFEag, SAUtOKN *e, \\f active and experienced uTsTmauTsSiS' Afifirc «. » 1U » references. No. 2. TXTANTEb—a good salesman, who V T can permasentlT fn;>» 1- r.R Ea£.° w U - OKVI3 * «:■>- OT "«» eSS TKADBB, TTTANTFp—A plain Japaner. Immfdfl T.skw at 30 Stalc-sr. CBOSr, DANS A WUT- jfeelp. aouss SExrunrs; TTTANTED—A cork in a private tam- V * By. A reliable woman who understands her business and rsafurnbh roterence. wlllrecelre satis factory wages. Apply at at tae Tribune office, 31 T\7ANTED —A faithful eixl to do een- Vw eral housework In a small family. None need apply unless competent and willing. Apply at 71 Psrk-ar., corner Page-sL \\T ANTED—Immediately, a good platm »„» cook,of good, willing disposition: one vk* will co to the country and stay from Ist ot May to isc of October. Mnst not ezoect to be able to attend cbnrch every Sunday, as there la none within six mK Krf erence required. Northwest comer Bub and bnpertor- frezn 3 to S p. nu, for one week. VV ANTED—I good cook, 2 dinirg room Mils, j chambermaid, 1 scrub girl, at CATTLE FAIR BOTEL. Union Stcck Tarts. \\T ANTED—A girl to do cuokme and T V kitchen work la a fsmlly of three. Must come well reccmtmnded. Inquire at 966 V Wsboib-ar.| Wf ANTED—A good cook, washer and IT iroaer. for a smalt family—American, Of rmao or Norwegian prtfrrred. call at room 21. Lamoa Block, cor. Ctarkand address P. U. Drawer 6067. 35mplogmntt agents, ~WJ ANTED—Yonng men In the coun -1 t try witblnz to obtain situations, such as book keepers. clerks, collectors, salesmen, conductors, ex prestmra. Block, 92 I>rarbora-st., or address J. M. MOORS A CO n Box 1707. enclosing 10 cents tor full partlenJan- \\f ANTED—2 assistant bookkeepers, 2 V V salesmen, 1 conductor. 3 brekemen. 1 fireman. X porter. 3 drivers, 3 expressmen. Apply at Room 13, Fullerton Block, 92 Deartwra-st. Applicants by mall address J. M. MOORE ft CO, Box 1707. enclosing 19 cents tor reply. TXT ANTED—IOO smart, energetic, live V V men to sell one of the beat domestic articles ever offered tor sale. P«« 00 competition. Every family wants from two to a doxen. Profit very large, call 1m ®aan*cli==jaiscEUanrous. TXTANTED—To eel!—Wonderful yet W true, that'ben are a tow copies of the Ulster County Gazette that was printed In 1300. giving toll accounts of the death and hartal ol Washington, which 1 will fend to any address free on receipt of 35c Address. HIGLEY, Box 2038. Chicago. TXT ANTED —3laJe and Female—To W canvass for m new article lor family ufc. Can atNo. 10SoataClsrk-sL.Boom 1. K. PALISH. \i\/ ANTED—To exchange house and VV lot on the North side, and property In the country, for hardware and turners' tools. Address •*W H.’’ 256 West folk. TXT ANTED—The celebrated Gyps? VV Woman. Ifyon wantycurltfc told correctly by the palm ot the bud. visit tbe Gypsy Palmist. Don't be humbugged ot other*, who call tncmsetvea tor lane tellers, hat come to the Gypsy PalmUt and ret fbll satisfaction for yoor money. Don’t tercet the numter. 3U9 Sooth Clark-st. fee |l. TXTANTED—A few eneigetlcmen, with W SSO and upwards, toengage in a money making business. A good chance. Apply at 1943auihCIark su, Boom 5. from 9 s.m. to 3 p.m. \ A/ANTED —Busmess men and women Tv to canvass the city for the •‘HOMRCIRCLK.** Energy, not capital, seeded. Call on S. M. KENNEDS", the editor, 194 South Clark-st. Chicago. TXT ANTED—For ready cash, a stock ol V V goods—either groceries, dry goods, hardware, bootsand shoes, or any other merchandise, la a wen* established location. Must be a bargain. Address, with fall particulars, -a H. n P. O. B~x 236. Chicago. TXT ANTED —A good second-hand ten y V passenger omnibus. Narrow track preferred. Address E. O. Box 315, Oshkosh. WU. TXT ANTED —Illinois and lowa lands.— IT We wish to purchase a few thousand aerosol unlmproyed lud at a low figure for cash or its eqnlv*. lest. No swamp land wanUd. DICKENSON 4 WEB STER. AS Wasnlngtou-sL t\f ANTED—Any one having a uood » f stock of hardware In a flourishing location, acd wishing to realize upon the same at a sacriflee. may hear of a purchaser by stating fall particular* and addressing “HARDWARE.™ Tribune office. TXT ANTED—By a youngman, a chance * y to learn blacks tnltniog. uam ago preferred. Address “BLACKSMITH," Tnbone office. TXT ANTED—The lease, stock and fix- V T lures of a retail grocery store well located, in exchange wrcashand good fannies lands. ** B B," Tribune office. TXTANTED—Parties wishing day or V T filling lor streets, alleys, rinka. or any other purpose, can he accommodated by applying Immedi ately to the contractor ot the Washlngton-st. tunnel. Office No. 4 Lind's Block- TXT ANTED—I want to lease a building V V lot In a good neighborhood. Will put a $3.00$ home on it. Afldreaa ‘•LOT.** Tribune Office. ©aanteh-En iSrnt. TXT ANTED—To rent—By April Ist, a V V house 'of from six to nine rooms on the South Side, between Twelfth and TweclT-fourth-sts.eaator 6taie-#r. will pay from four to six honored dollars per rear rent. A careful and prompt paying tenant may oe found by addressing E> P. G. Tribune office. TXT ANTED—To Rent—A house and VV barn; honae to have Bor 10 rooms. Unstbeon the North Side, east ot Clark. Any one having the same will please aadress “A Ik,” care at Wheel ock. Dean 4 Co., Lmnbermeu, North Pier. WANTED —To Rent—A small bouse of eight or nine rooms, north ol Tweurr-wcond. st.anaeaßti'rsute-st. Rent nottoexceed s7to. Atf dret* ** Y.” 363 Wabaah-av. TXT ANTED—To Rent—A cottage house T* v anywhere vrttblt decent reach ofaveetcors. Prompt payment of rent. Apply to “B H," Tribus# cilice. TXT ANTED—To Rent—On or beloie .If the Ist of May next, on ether Michigan er Wa baah-ar., north ol Van tturen-st.. a small House of S or 9 rooms. Kent punctually in Give location, amount ol rent, etc„ ana address COOKE, Tnbnnn "TX 7AN TED—To Rent—By a prompt V V paylcg tenant, with a small lamlly, a neat Cot tage, either on North or West hide, and as near the Trlhune office as possible. Would buy furniture. Ad dress **L £ C." Tribune office. \\T ANTED—To Rent—By the Ist of V V May, a Qnt class Cottage ol Ito 8 rooms, gas. water, etc- on North Side, on or east of Clark-st. Aa dress *• H II,” P. O. Drawer 5b83. TXTANTED—To Rent—A gcod House, Vr suitable for a Srrt-class boarding houve, on the South Side, north of Van Boren >u any time before the DtofMay. Please scdie&a*'B S,” p.Q. Box 1601. \\J ANTED—ToKeutr-Fumiahed room Tv with a lady. Michigan or Wabash, ar.,north of TwelT.h-iC, preferred. Address, with terms, ”SJ H,” Tribune office. Unexceptionable ref erences given. TXT ANTED—To Rent—On South Side, V V north of Sixteenth-st. and east ot state-st* a ccmfortableboote. Eentnot to exceed SI,OOO Must be In good condition. If a bargain, will pay six month* rent in advance, -if desired.»a« “JEROME.” Drawer 3847. ®<3antrh==sKral Estate. TX7ANTED —To buy a house and lot V 7 on tbe North Side; moat be east of Clark-at.. lot to bo about 50 teet. house 3 to 10 rooms; or a lot without the house. Any one having the above cheap will please address “A D,” caieot wheclock. Dean A * Co„ North Pier, east end. TXTANTED—To purchase Lot, and YV house with 9or 10 rooms. Most be well loca ted. West Side preferred, between Van Boren sad Fulton, at a price of S3JCO or $3,800; cash payment. $1.510t0 $7.600. Address ‘‘FWD." Tribuneoflfee. loathing. BOARDJN 6 A pleasant furnished room, with board. In a private fhmllv for gen ucmaa and wife or single gentlemen, at 33 South Greea-stn neai Madison. T>OARDINQ—One or two gentlemen JX desirous ot a comfortable horn*, with aa elegant front room, excellent board, m a respectable family living on Wabasb-av., not very tar from Post Office. Best references required. Address **C»” Bog 1330.8 T> OARDlNQ—Comfortable rooms «nd XJ board Slati-et, one blocx from postoffice. T>OARDlNG—Furnished rooms to rent, JL) one a front room, with or without board, at 177 North Clark-st. Reference required. T> OAR DING—Two gentleman can be J» accommodated with room and board at IIS State-st. Also a few day boarders desired. __ T>OAKDINQ—At 8 Eldndge-court, a J 3 partly furnished suite ot southern rooms; also, one single room, furnished, with good board. Bifer encts required. "DOARDlNG—Pleasant front rooms, O with board, can be bad at 333 MlcMgan-av. Rgterencea required. ■pOARDING—Good board with large X3fhrnl*h*d rooms and home accommodations be had at 293 Mlchlgan-st. Boat's S&anteb. T>OARD—With furnished room, on or X 3 ne*r Wabaah-av., convenient to Post Office, for a yotteg gentlemen. References exchanged. Address, staling terms and requirements, “BOARD.” P. o. Drawer 5758. Worses, Carriages, Set. T7OK SAT.~R—Excellent Lumber Waeon, X. aa good as new, with pole and shafts-SlB Ja fnmb«r—Ten per cent less torfcash- GOODWILUE A CO , 162 Madlsoa-tk, cor. Lagalie-st. FOR SALE—Fourteen horses, }nst arriv ed from Indiana, suitable tor trueka.’drays or ex* pros wagons; also. some splendid baser ami femur horaa and mares. Can be seen at WU&H'S Sale st*. bte. 454 StiiMt. FOR SALE—A superior Kentucky jack, fifteen bands one Inch high, thorough-bred. rich dark color, six years cld. and a fine breeder, will be •oldcheap. WM. Q. MILLER, Cheaoa,McLeanco^ X?OR SALE—Good express horse, wac- A oa and haraeas, at 42 and 34 Sau»sc. Host anh jpounh. LOaT— A large sized amethyst sleeve button, with doable fastening on tbe back. Tbe ?2S£.Ti^S ftb llf r ?!l Uyrewaraedn P on Daring it at the Centra! Police Station. r OST—Saturday last, a pocket-book -L> containing a small amount of money and a lew tappoted to have been lest between Oak land station and Four teen Oust, on the Hyde Park tram. Anyone retaining it to tbe Tribune office will receive a suitable reward. ®oKenfcStotes, TO RENT—Second and third floors at;* aOLake-ac Appiy toPaELPADOPQE* CO. jf O RENT—Dock and yard, 100x500 ft.]* n rekt—Steam Power and room 50 ]< A good poletlorsaaband door bail- il nets for pattleulars inquire ol THO 3. QOODWIL- T.ig,yonn Pier. j O KENT—The second and third sto ritsof 103 Lake-st. The location and rooma are i Te ry desirable for retail bnatnoa. None but rcapoiui- II bie parties need apply. For particulars. Inquire on !} premtoes. rpO RENT—Choice offices tor physicians,! I destlata or lawyers. Nov. 3 and 6. t*A and 13.' and 18 and lli la McCormick's Building. Aooir : to C. A. SPRING. No. 8 Laraon Block. TO BENT—-From May Ist, second floor, wllhtront office, at No. 91 South Watej-at-i TO RENT—stores Nos. 131 and 13Cl jL Dearborn-st. Inquire ot E. MANTEBEB, at th< t - ♦office of Thompaoo ft Bahop, 78 Dearborn-st. *. - RENT—Store and basement, 45 i I Wahaab-ave. Pofiessloa Mav Ist or heford>J McDOUGALL, NICHOLAS ft ABBOTT. 37 Lake-sUf TO RENT—To pood tenants —Store: store and oaaement J2.* Dearborn-st. Mora and dweitto-s 19P and riO: Uark-»U stores and dweUlngalß7 and 197 Clar4 at. More and dwel’lrga 1109 and 613 ClarK-al Store and at oac* Whttkowiky Hal’. APPV to J.M. MaBrtHAl.L, Hoot 8. at 97 Clark-it. i» r PO KENT—On a lease of 20 ycari SO JL IBOftet oa WaiblnrtoOHiL, between Welu aa* I FiankUa-tta. REESft AIRBR, ofllcn IO Crosof I Opera House. !