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tr i t n i neamer 81LTI othH com KJ SUed. x3 iso. i o NO. i ftp good _ Lari firm ordinary Ito good prime ftWpor fc to Mil Aul No. 4 duUBa Ltd CMh I nominal. duU baj corn lona. pat porn. erat 1 bud ke May1 leeS7Hc Idemand dull u 4 KPOO. lcua cun Ti Ne. 1 Sou rd 7. Ct rn Vr1. land en- I tuner Iburbar- fair de- Barley bed. nlxea ii. extra rite and wb at pmenu XoJ lit net- he cash t 43 c elpU nM 33- tuweak L C rB bd eair L Mto l iaw ent3M reek bk 1500 i at ill MTU to from all tyeer. JtTtt ID United luo in 443 PrtnlS barns wool a hBtan ft iesi rf THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE Probability that Grain Frights Will Co. Higher Next Week. The Chicago Schooner Trinidad Sunk at Sliver Islet. Several Loads Reported Lost Overboard Outside. Unit of the Smu Inn" Rise In the Witei of the teat Lakes. I HOME HAPPENINGS. Otuill AD COVRSI T8EIOUT. toain freights maintain a considerable degree c Titr and such flrmn as to lead to the etamof a marked advance early next SSten the ray deals will have been closed. Utoothe present time only members of the pain clique have been shippers. Outside parties cannot purchase f pr shipment at the prices and absence of competition resultrng f rom this feet accounts for the failure of an advance in. om as with a restoration of com- SJSTio drf8rt" V night. as a day on the MkToartculsrlT with a xf air wind. is decidedly m tts to them flnanclaUy than day of Idleness in port e\ en though that day be the Sabbath. This may bear the appearance of a lack of Christian spirit Irat a sailor to In JSMT ay better off afloat than ashore and none know this better than the owners of Yes els. Engagements yesterday were s follows To schooner Homer team-barge Ohio and barges Ryan and Nelson propellers Newburg and Nebraska. and schooner fieortrer wheat at 8 cents schooners Metropolis iad 0 C. Firmer. corn at 6 cents schooner C. C. Barnes and propeller Plymouth corn at 5i cents propeller Arabia corn on through rates. To CuUaarwood Propeller Canada corn on throU1 rated to Montreal. Capacity 280000 tunnels wheat and 200000 bushels corn. Theadvancoof the ceutsonlumber Is now considered fully established. Few charters were made yesterday because of the continued scarcity of vessels. Three reported were Schooner I vet Lawson lumber from Muekegon to Chicago at Ol37i schooner Glad Tidings hold full of lumber and load of timber from Manlstee tncbicaroat tlffivon the lumber and tii on the Umber. One agent put in two vessels at rites that he must have been ashamed of else he would not have repeatedly assured the Tam- rat reporter that he had made no charters. ecuooa TRINIDAD SCSK. Yesterday afternoon Capt. Patrick Finn received a telegram from Capt. J. H. Higgins of the scbrnntt Trinidad dated Silver Islet Harbor. Lake Superior May 25 via Duluth announcing that the Trinidad struck upon" a reef while nuking Silver Islet Harbor and after getting over the reef was to be leaking to the extent that her punipt could not keep her free and she was therefore allowed to sink alongside of the dock in thirteen feet of water. A tug and steam- pump were asked for. The Trinidad has a full cargo of coal for Silver Islet. As the Isle Is touted In Canadian waters a Canadian tug will secure the wrecking Job. The Trinidad Is 0 rned by Finn Brothers of this city and in eared for 13000 the risks being divided in equal amounts between tho Manhattan St. Paul Orient. and Greenwich. The vessel will no doubt be easily rescued but owing to the distance to be traversed the wrecking expenses must necessarily amount to a considerable sum. LOADS LOST. Capt. James Rlordan of the schooner C. K. Kims reports that on Tuesday during thick weather he passed off the South Manitou Island a quantity of shingles in bunches also fenders tod two anchor buoys that had evidently been sveptoff the deck of some vessel during heavy weather the night previous. He thinks sea must nave made a clean sweep of the vessel torn which the debris came. Report has It that the steam-barge Buckeye rolied part of her load of lumber over night before last during the passage from Muskegon to tots port. It is a matter of surprise that more loads are not rolled overboard by steam- barees n the Captains commanding them pile the lumber upon them to a reckless bight Just now. A. roost BOILER. The tug Saugatuck is suffering detention In port under aggravating circumstances. After coaling up a few days ago. the Government Inspector made an official test of the new boiler that had been placed on board. for the purpose of determining the maximum pressure of steam to be allowed upon it. The boiler was subjected to a hydraulic pressure of 130 pounds to the square Inch which would have given a steam allowance of eighty pounds and the strain car- r d away three stay-bolts. The Saugatuck now lies at the foot of La Sallo street undergoing repairs which will not be completed before Tuesday of next week. FRO LACK stvwoa The Lake Michigan Lake Superior Transportation Company's flue passenger ptopeiler Peerless arrived here early yesterday morning from her second trip to Lake Superior. The fol' lowing is the log of the home ward run furnished be Mr. H. D. Haddock the clerk The steamer Peerless left Duluth on her return trip May Stopped at Bayfield and left Houjrnton and Hancock on the evening of the 2M. Stopped at LAnse and left Marquette at noon on the 25th. There was quite a Beet of barges and vessels at Marquette. The shippers of ore at the latter place have decided to discontinue the practice of loading vessels after I o'clock at night for reasons best known to themselves. Panged through the canal on the morning of the iQth. The Van Valkenburg was there bound d wn. Met the oarge N. K. Fairbank towing the G. itnuebton and the Henry Ftigrr and Mourner- Valley in tow of a tug at Churches. Touched at Mackinaw thevening of tie 28th and arrived at Chicago on the evening of theth Experienced considerable tog on lake Superior a well as in the Straits. T11E WATER RISING. Th stage of water in the river now averages tally six Inches higher than during the early spring months. md appears. to be steadily im- Treeing. Similar advices are being received from other points also and It may now be announced Uut from this time out the rise will be steady until a maximum point is reached three years hence. It is considered a point beyond topute that the waters of the great lakes rise ana fan ones en years that is a maximum and minimum stage are reached oncoin Ltcoar TOR THE sooeuour as an Impression prevailed along fertajthat the Porter had beaten 1 iecond time In a run to Buffalo the Milwaukee Sentinel of B n e surprise The and Porter reach Buffalo ue former about ten miles ahead. W here the Porter had a three hours' iS f they R8864 through the rivers as S M of wm tug. Both vessels ar- this fr m tl w a week a 1 cargoes and are r Mlhe Other enlof the route. This least" time for the season to say the DOCK NOTES. ld freely yesterday morning and HIP V was cleared of vessels so that only M unsold at dusk. 8LifalllaD Propellers Ocean and Africa S ln Milwaukee where they' rp7nj t e enmg for nuhdclcharter to load wheat for Montreal. Ttt Flora to Evanston twelve jrf if no steamer r lora r- ajCaDtTrowell picked up a row-bout kEr-h n5. vfde' dinkpLh ions and a 01 four feet Seshore had evi v drifted from deck of the Flora forward. r Columbia which cc- ring met tpoTt- rge ill. Grohwas in the Chicago VestSMe dry yesterday. St. Paul recently resurrected in icb will require now deck stan- rive 4ian Pr l eller wl ie t f v y afternoon t havl n 15 bIWn Milwaukee and thl Brothers' yard the tug Monitor SArffiF0 Balked and receiving out- SS 11 where they are needed. IrjTf I Jc-hnson of the tug Gardner wanU to onM thatlke 0 rdner can pull theJohn- talL rtjlertvepwlth an equal steam at- wwlnre Of three pounds. But Manager W shrewd to take him up. NOTES FROM ABROAD. POKTAST TO snrc-owaslss. A case Jiutderjidedbythe English Court of PPetlfScaramangai Co. a against Stamp and wotaer is of interest and. Importance to ship- W we world over. The decision reached will wpeclalJy gratifying to American lawyers. jofjhe ease which was one of. the first impres- SS Delan1 was decided on principles al- M established in our courts and moreover tord Chief Justice so passing Judgment 7 occasion to speak In tcrms of the decisions. The question to be des VThat effect do deviations from the te a sea for the purpose of saving property have upon responsibility for caused thereby In this case ash p WUsj on a charter met a disabled steaper and lowtaj her Into a- het hborlny port for the weed sura of 1000 got aground and was lost itaer cargo. The wither was ralrandthe crew of the steamer could have saved their lives without much doubt and difficulty if the steamer and cargo had been abandoned. The Insurers of the ships cargo baring paid the loss. brought suit for reimbursement by tho owners of the stranded ship. on the ground that the loss was attributable to the ships wrongful deviation from her course. In passing Judgment the Lord Chief Justice Sir Alexander Cocltburn said I am glad that we havo t the assistance afforded to us by the decisions of the American Courts and the opinions of American Jurists which though not binding upon us are entitled to the highest respect. The etfeet of these authorities Is that a donation for the purpose of saving life Is protected and in Volvos neither forfeiture of the Insurance nor liability to the owner of the goods In respect of a loss otherwise attributable to the. perils of the seas and. as a consequence a deviation for the purpose of communicating with a ship In distress Is Justifiable as It say be necessary for the purpose of saving life. But a do- viatlon for tie purpose of saving property Is not thus privileged but In volves the usual consequences of deviation thnutrh when the preservation of life can only l effected through the saving pf property with the bona nde purpose of saving lile which forms part of the motive the privilege will not be displaced merely because there is a swrlngot prop erty. If however the lies can be saved with out then a deviation for the purpose of saving the ship is not Justified and carries with It the consequences of devift tion. At the first blush It may be seen that this rule unnecessarily adds to the dangers of property afloat by penalizing Captains for attempt Ing its rescue. But salvage is a sufficiently substantial Inducement to undertake the rescue and If the Captain chooses to deviate from his to earn it there being no duty in morality or humanity to save another's goods on the soa he thereby ends the contract between the freighter and underwriter and it is but fair that he should assume the risks of the act which ends the original contract of insurance. The rule does occasionally create hard cases but it la the only practicable one. yaw TRANSPORTATION COMPtNY A new Transportation Company has been organized here A meeting of the stockholders was hell a day or two ago and the following officers elected for the ensuing year The Hon. Erastus Corning President William U. Gratwick. Secretary and Treasurer and Mewrs. Edward Smith Kobert L. Fryer and John Mitchell Directors. The capital stock of the Company Is 8000. Their new ste m-bnrge the pioneer of the Company's line the William H. Gratwlck waslauuched from the Detroit Dry- Dock Company's yard on Saturday a description of which has already been given In these columns. The Company are building a consort for her with a capacity of 700000. f eot and propose building a second steam-barge of the same capacity during the next winter. The e boats are built expressly to carry lumber for the Gratwick Smith Fryer Lumber Company of Tonawanoa N. Y. OLHAXDfGS. The schooner Jfary Hattie Is receiving large repairs at Detroit. The schooners Criss 0 rover and Venus have been repaired at Detroit. The Venus will he changed Into and come out a f u 11- rigged three- and-after. She has been refastened and her bulwarks have been raised a foot all round. The G rover will come out in as rood shape and rosily stronger than ever. The Detroit Post and Tribune says that the schooner Montauk still remains alongside the wharf at the Sortnweiis Yard. nwnltinir settlement between the owner and insurance people. The schooner Swallow also awaits similar developments. Last Saturday the Canadian schooners White Oak and Olive Branch were refused cargoes of grain at Port Dalhousle because the American registers classed them B 1j. It is said that the schooner Guiding Star gets 100 per gross ton on cool to Chicago from Oswego. The revenue will probably go into commission Immediately on Lake Ontario. A raft of 2000 pieces of Norway timber Is being made up at East Saginaw to be towed through the lakes to Quebec. The new steam-barge City of Mount Clemens has made ner first trip to Detroit. She was built at Mount Clemens for the lumber trade Is 95 feet long. 21 feet wide and S feet deep and draws 5 feet of water aft light. Baltimore has the largest transfer boat in the world. It is nearly idOfeetlongand has engines if 1000 power that on its trial trip propelled It nearly ten miles an hour against the current andp strong head wind. At Buffalo nearly 300 men are now employed in the yards of the Union Dry-Dock Company sixth of whom are engaged on old work and the remainder on the new boats building there. The Union Steamboat Company's new propeller Bochester Is plunked and decked and wilt be ready to launch in about two weeks. Capt. Jacob impsmis new steam yacht Is almost ready for launching. and will go into the water soon. Capt. Thomas Maythams new harbor tug Is expected to be launched to-day. It Is reported that the propeller Benton and tow of two barges have gone to Vermilion from Cleveland to lay up until lumber freights Improve. The schooner Mary Grover sprung a leak at Osw ego a few days ago after she bad received a cargo of coal. and was lightered for dockage. Capt. Abraham Etleworth one of the oldest tug nice of Cleveland. failed to pass the colorblind examination the other day anti was refused his papers. White Lake ne r Boonville Oneida County is to be Improved by the State for thesuppltng of water to the Erie Canal In dry times. The banks of the lake are to be raised three or tour feet. Lingells new barge was successfully launched at St. Clair on Thursday. The wrecking-tug Leviathan arrived at Detroit on Thursday with the disabled schooner F. J. King. The tu J. W. Bennett arrived at Port Huron Thursda. the schooner Waud in tow. Capt. Hubbell rev res 1500 for the Job of releasing her front her position at Sand Beach where she went ashore last Septemz It is thought her bottom is not much damaged. as one. steam- fump keeps her free without much work. Everything on board of the t vessel except one anchor was stolen while she lay upon the beach. O. L. Harden of Green fly. has sold the tug Thomas A. Tilllnghnst to William McCartney of Marinette. for 8300 cash. A lighter has been placed alongside the wreck of the burned propeller Maine upon which her engine and boiler will be placed and taken to Port Huron. The schooner Saveland and cow 3. B. Prime are reported to have had a narrow escape from collision in the fog after leaving Milwaukee Tuesday night. Tao Savelands yard caught the topsail of the Prime and swung her around so that the vessels touched quarters TV ben they fortunately separated. LAKE PORTS. BUFTALO. BTTTALO N. T. May 39. Arrivals Propeller D. W. Kust senooner L. C. Butts grain Milwaukee Propeller Chicago No. 2 schooner North tape C. B. Jones Skylark grain. Chicago schooner C. Root grain. Port Huron schooner Narragansett grain. Racine schooners John Westley G. W. Holt grain Detroit. Cleared Propeller Chicago No. 2 barge C. B. Jones. LAnse schooner D. IL Clint propeller D. V. Post Escanaba schooner John Wesley Maria Martin coal Duluth schooner Nabob Oconto schooners Moonlight L. C. Butts. Skylark North Cape batge A. C. Keating Chicago schooner Porter e al Milwaukee schooner Narrngan ett coal Kenosha. The only chatter reported to-day was- the schooner Skylark 155 tons of splrgel iron to Chi- rileD. and balance of cargo cedar posts from Middle Island cargo. 700. Canal shipments 2lO000busbelt. Carriers were very firm in their views this morning and asking 4 cent advance or 6t4 cents on wheat 6 cents on corn and 4 cents on oats to New York. The elevators are well stocked. Boats are scarce and they were confident of getting better rates. Coarse freights were quoted as follows Lumber. 275 per 1000 feet to Albany and 61.11 to New York. Staves to New York 175 per ton. Provision freights nominal. naraoti. Special ZH vatch to The Chicago TVfttuu. DKTJIOIT May 2 P sed up Propellers Milwaukee Ontario. Canlsteo Waverly stesm- bargpsTempest arid barges. Hale and consorts It. J. Hackett and consort Iroi Age and consort and schooner rford iebooner Krustus Corning. Clayton Belle J. II. Mead Joseph Paige M. E. Tremble Richard WInslow Sun- rlse. Passed down Propellers Arctic Ocean Star- uccaCityof New Yorkt Chicago steam-barges Bee City and barges. East Sv rmaw and birges and scow Hines. schooners Mystic Star William B. Ogden Evallne. Clara Parker KxlleThree Brothers King Sisters A. J. Rodgcrj Jshpem- tog. Ptrcna. Lotus. Delos Be tt olf Reed Case Belle Wnlbridge. S. J. Luff Zuch Chandler Thomas Gawn St. Lawrence. Flying Mist lieu. White and' Blue Camden Florida W.S.CVos- thwaite S. J. Tilden It. B Hayes William Young. MILWAtlKII. MILWAUKEE. WU. MaySS. The tuir Wetiel ed here from Racine this evening to make some repairs. There were no rrlvHls of grain- carriers from below to-day although the inter- Ocean and Argonaut are duo in the morning. Departures for Kingston Jes ic tcarthforColluigwood GuldoPfieater Vessels were In good demand to-day and several were taken to arrive. Rates remain unchanged. The West Side and Jessie hearth loaded 0000 bus hel of wheat on barters made at Chicago and rapacitY was taken for l54Oki bushels more as follow ToBuffalo schooner Sunnyside steam-barge Ocean and barge Argo- cant wheat at cents propeller B. V. Blanch- rdeorn at at8eents oats at 4btntt. To Mon- tees propellers Ocean and Africa wheat at cents. POUT tl Special Dttmtch to Tht CUeayo Tvitoni. Pour CotBOBXiOnU May Passed up- Se C. T. Vnnstraubenzeet Kingston to Chicago pig-iron Mary Kingston to port Iron- ore Blazing Star Oswego to Toledo coal propellers Niagara Montreal to Cleveland general cargo L. Shlcluna Montreal to Chicago general cargo City of St. Catharines Montreal to Chicago general cargo. Down Schooner H. P. Murray Toledo to Kingston corn propeller California Detroit to Montreal general cargo. OLZTZLAwD Special Dispatch to Ths Chicago TrQnmt. 0. May ProDeUer schooner G. D. n i' T7' Gcor 8 B. Ku88 Deals farquette Laura Chicago ry Passed up of Cleveland. urd Prope11ers Winslow and 3 cnzaoYoAlc. Special I Uj atrt to TJi CMcojo JViturw. BOYQAs. Mich. L. j urw. May S JL large fleet passed down to-day among them the schooners fnSnt n r0 Watson new tug Carpenter of the V. 0. T. Line leaves here at midnight for Chicago. Schooners PensaukeeCharles Lullng 1 Srtctal Dtipalcl t The Cliicaa TrOnmi. ESCt1tA3& Nich. May. era Tbomashbward. C. A. King James Platt Fleetwlng Canton. Cleared Norman Nahant schooners Niagara Thomas Quayle 3. B. Kitchen Canton. ST. JOSEPH. Sjyrtol Dtijxttck to Ttu UAauo THbviu. ST. JOSEPH. Mich. My The schooner Morning Light arrived to-day from Kelly Island with limestone- for the Bangor furnace. Special IHnMiU\ to 1 CMcas TVttum PORT DALHOCSIE Bound up Schoon ers Augusta Kingston to Chicago light Quid- tog Star Oswego to Chicago coal. POUT OF CHICAGO. ARRIVALS. Stmr Sbeboygth Manllowoc sundries. Stmr Alpeos Muskegon. sundries. Prop New York Holism. sundries. Prop Charles theta Manlstee lumber. PropT. W. sntok White Lake lumber. Prop Annie Laurie Muskegon lumber. Prop William Edwards Buffalo coal. Prop Skylark Benton Harbor sundries. Prop lluekeye1 Mu ketron. lumber. Prop Now Era. Grand Haven towing. Prop Teeurnseb Sarnla light. Prop Hilton Pikes Pier wood. Prop Mike Grab Ltidliigton lumber. Prop Peerless Duluth sundries. Prop Columbia. Culllngwood sundries. Prop William Crlppcn Manlstee lumber. Schr Mars Luington lumber. Schr II. D. Moore Frankfort lumber. Schr Edna Kenosha gravel. Schr Ceoetia Manlstee lumber. Selir E. Ellenwood Manistee lumber. Schr Gen. Worth Green Bay telegraph-poles Schr James Wade Charlotte. coal. Schr Albatross Muskegon lumber. Sciir John ark Mnnistee lumber. Schr Ganges Cleveland coal. Schr E. Bates Grand Haven lumber. Sehr Petrel. Green Bay cedar posts. Sehr A. 0. Hanson. Manlstee. lumber. Stir Jesse Hoyt Green Bay telegraph pole Sehr Gui. Ellsworth Sturgeon Buy lee. Schr Andrew Jackson Manlstee lumber. Schr Charles Fester Erie coal. Schr Cuba Maplstee lumber. Sehr Duncan City Duncan City lumber. Schr Cora Benton Harbor. potatoes. Schr J. P. De Condres Manistee. lumber. SchrCity of Grand Kaplds Grand Haven lumber. Schr S. A. IrlsbvGrand Hat en lumber. Schr WolverlneTGrand Raven lumber. Schr C. P. Ailed. Muskegon lumber. Sehr Transfer. Muskegon. lumber. Schr Orphan Boy Point St. Ignace lumber. Scbr Pauline Msnlstee lumber. Schr M. Capron Manistee lumber. Schr G. Ellen. Duck Lake railroad tie Schr Emetine Manlstee lumber. Sclsr L. Johnson Menominee lumber. Sehr It. Hewlett South Haven lumber. Schr Gerrltt Smith. Cedar River. railroad ties. Schr Pelt Grand Haven lumber. Schr C. L. Johnston Muskegon. lumber. Schr Rosa Belle Grand Haven lumber. Schr Commerce Menomluce lumber. Sebr City of Sheboygan Menotninee lumber. Schr Eclipse Plerport lumber. Schr G. w. Davis. Frnuhfort pig-iron. Schr Live Oak Whltetish Bay telegraph poles. Schr HaUted Cleveland. coal. iSetir H. C. Alhrdeht. Muskegon lumber. Scbr A. Bradley. Muskegon wood. Pchr White Cloud Muskegon lumber. Scbr M. Ball Muskegon lumber. Schr S. G. Andrews Muskegon lumber. Schr City of Toledo Mantstee lumber. Schr Three Bells Ludthgton. lumber. ACTUAL SAILINGS. Schr William Jones. Muskegon. Sohr H. B. Moore. Muskegon. Scbr R. Simmons Muskegon. Schr Adirondack. Muskegon. Prop St. Joseph Muskegon. Schr 0. Michclson Ludlngton Schr Radical Moskegon. Prop George Dunhor Muskegon. Schr Contest Muskegon. Scbr Peoria Mu keor n. Prop Colin Campbell. Ludtngton. Schr L. Day Green Bay. Prop Annie Laurie. Muskegon. Schr Alt tro s Muskegon. Prop T. V. Snook White Lake. Sehr Tom Paine Muskegon. Selsr tier Lawson. Muskegon. Scnr Wolverine fu kegon. Schr Cormorant Tudlngton Schr Minerva Muskegon. Scbr H. D. Moore Muskegon. Schr C. F. Allen Muskegon. Scbr L. Pratt Ludlngton. Sehr S. A. Irish Grand Haven. Prop Buckeye Muskegon. Prop 11. G. Peters. Manlstee Schrtscclin Manistee. Sehr Westchester. Muskegon. Schr Mars Ludlngton. Prop Trader Muskegon. Sehr Glad Tidings White Lake. Prop Ocean Milwaukee. Prop Africa Milwaukee. Schr Transfer. Muskegon. Schr Petrel Green Bay. Prop Russia. Buffalo 49500 be wheat 1000 bits pork. and sundries. Sehr San Jaomto Buffalo 17500 bu corn. Prop City of Concord Cleveland 5123 bu wheat 877 brls pork and sundries for Port Huron and intermediate port Prop Vanderbilt Buffalo 38300 bu corn and sundries. v Prop' Canada. Colllngwnod 18000 bu corn 830 brls pork and sundries. Scbr Jlontpclier Sandusky 2000bu corn. Prop MrUmora Collins' Day. towing. Schr G. Manley Quebec walnut logs. Schr Frank Russell Quebec walnut logs. Schr H. Benson. Quebec. walnut logs. Scbr M. W. Page. Buffalo 50000 bu com. Prop Montana Buffalo 40000 bu corn 4000 brls flour :51) tea lard. Selir Surprise Ssndueky 15000 bu corn. Schr Naiad. Buffalo 21000 bu corn. Prop Oconto Green Bay sundries. Schr O trtch. Buffalo 1333 be corn. Pn p Mary GrohSouth Haven sundries. Prop New Era. Grand Haven. towing. Stmr Alpena Muskegon sundries. Scbr Homer Buffalo 30700 Du wheat Schr L. Van VaJkenburgh Buffalo. 10962 ha corn. Prop John Pridgeon Jr. Buffalo 50931 bu wheat. Schr Nellie Gardner Buffalo 39820 ho corn. Prop Lowell Cleveland. 14000 wheat 40 bets pork. and sundries for Port Huron and intermediate ports. THE HALL. THE Treasurer yesterday received 1563 from the Water Office JX from the Collector and 1 8 from the Controller. Au. of the city offices will be closed to-day to allow the Mayors proteges to participate in the decoration of the graves of the fallen heroes. THE only building permit of any importance Issued yesterday was to N. Johnson to erect a two-story dwelling No. 22 Townsend street to cost 64100 THE Committee otx Streets and Alleys West mot yesterday. and passed upon various references. They agreed to recommend the repeal of the ordinances for Improving Elizabeth Kotx y and Ada streets and in the matter o Washington street agreed tq recommend that the contracts entered Into by CommlssioneE Waller be confirmed. THERE wa a big rush at the Water Depart. men t yesterday of persons who desired to sa Id per cent on their water-tax. and great many went away without being waited upon. To the office will be oltwt and Monday will be the last day lit which the percentage can be saved under the ortlitianced. Alter Monday the dig count will be 5 per cent. COMPLAINT ban been made tor some days b resdeuts of the South and West Divisions n the existence of a stench. The source was tile- covered yesterday. it appearing that v Brothers weru running a tendering establishment In a quiet way on South-Canal street. Th e\ il Is to be corrected but it Is not believed that there wilt be any prosecutions on account of th post THB Mayor yesterday ordered the reversing o the Fullerton avenue engines. which means that hereafter the water will be pumped Irom the lake into the river. The authorities it appear In addition to the complaints of the citizens o Lake View found that pumping into the Ink had resulted in filling the North Branch with dead dogs etc. and the reversing Became a necessity. MB. ANGUS the brick contractor on the new Rail. was yesterday given an estimate fo tJ300. lie says that he is now receiving brick at the rate of about MOJXO per day. and that be proposes to push the work to an early completion. He expects to have the walls ready for the joists of the upper floor by Sept. 15. it th stuns men do not cause any delay. In which. event the building will be under roof this year Time Judiciary. Committee had an extended session yesterday afternoon. and had a variety Of business on hand sit of which diSposed ojf. Among other things tbeyjwreed that at ordinance should be substituted for the ordl nance regulating sale of izlnminll oil which rues the test at 150 Fahrenheit rather than 110 degrees which complies SATURDAY MAY 29 SIXTEEN PAGES. 15 statutes. The ordinance fixing a tax of tstnr carrying weapons was approvedVand Its passage will be urged. All of the otter nSt- ters of any importance under conrau were laid over. A DKJWATiOK headed by AldLawler and Meyer waited upon the Mayor yesterday and. sought to have the saloon license or a Mr. Sanford at No. 104 West Washington street which was revoked a few days ago renewed/ Their story was listened to but hIs Honor was immovable. Tho f act are the revocation was made on evidence that the place was not what U ought to be end the Mayor a exhibition of backbone Is to be commended. ALD. STAUBER was around yesterday with his attorney and was engaged In preparing a list of questions to be submitted to the Council Monday' evening touching the alleged frauds in to election Inhls ward. which ore Intended to Influence that body In passing upon the report of the Committee on Elections on the question of his right to his seat. They lingered around the Mayors office for severs. hours expecting support from him In their fight but being unable' to get any satisfaction went off. M r. Stauber hopes to settle the question of the right to his seat Monday evening because he desires to start for Europe Wednesday and the prospect now Is that if the Committees report on the subject is adopted he will not be heard from further. BANKRUPTCY. CnArrAicoooA May The Vulcan Iron and Nail Works were to-day yn into bankruptcy under the laws of Tennessee and James C. Warner of Nashville appointed Receiver. The best information Is that the liabilities are 362000 easels available about smooo. Six hundred hands are employed in the works. The Receiver is di reeled to continue operating the mill as long as he does not Impair the assets. The cause assigned for the failure is U shrinkage in iron. FELLOWS' lIYPOPllOsaqILgEs PREMATURE DECLINE cc Prensaiur. Decline Consumption flron. chills Aithma liletdlity from Use Lung PnltatLose FerWe and luterruotfd ft ton fthe Heart Dull or SlugyUk Action of the leer flqspepsts Flatultnte cad all Ha t- nl Dl a t WeaknU and Trembling of th Lbnb and want of vitality tn any organ r Disease caused by such want of vitality Are All Successfully and Rap- Idly TreatedbyjlWs Remedy. DR. HOWE'S TPSTIMONY Pinsf IIXD Me. Slarch isn. MR. JAMIS I. FELLOWS Dear sir During the peat two years I have tsen our Compound Syrup llypophosbpties a fair though somewhat severs trial in my practice and am able to speak with confidence of Us effect. In rcmorlnx per- uns sulTerlne f rom emaciation and the detilUylol- lowing Diphtheria It has done wonders. I Constantly recommend its use In all alteetlon of the ttrresi ana unes. In several cases conuldered bopelm It. lies iven relief and the patients are asi recovering. Among these are oonsnmptlres and old bronchial sub- eds whine dl es bays resisted the other modes of treatment. For Impaired dlcesUon. and In fee tar debility from any reuse I know of nothing equal to u lit direct effect in strengthening the nervous sys tern renders it suitable for the majority of diseases. 1 cm sir. yours truly M. 8. HOWE. SL D. rr Do not be dec lTed by remedies beating site- liar name no other preparation Is a substitute lor this under any clrcttmjuinces. Price loO per bottle. Six for 750. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. J. N. HARRIS CO. Western Agents CINCINNATI 0. MliUlCAL PREPARATIONS S. Fully 25 per cent of thebuman race are yletimu wrtlal r complete v. Thl nturtllnz asser Win wilt b fntVv 4 by every Inwtlwnt physician. The principal causes prodncn this dlv s. are Indiscretions or exce ei Some of the common ymptomn are loss of vlior. sp rmaioThia pain In the nark rttsposltlon to avoid orlev Ianuo irioomv rnrehodtnus. mfnnl 1lsr m rvons debility nfi lenrorrhrwiMnfemaMidoMlitntTieflrpann Ac. let no r lp mstev prevent the nit"en' from wsrnint the child of this ireat evIL Spcot habit r the ro ult of Umorance The mertlcal nrofesslon h . n almost ertmln1v n llwnt o- retIcent about thc p thlnzs. M the demand for j7iC1iaM1 accommodations at the In- aan i asriums amnlv attp t. There 1 a known principal 1n anlma physlolocr that no vital act tin can take plaw etrep tliriiiizb tile aspecT of the nervous system. It the nerve power in anvnnran in weakened then that orean is weak. There Is a remedy In he r ch of all. oni that has 5054 th t t toe v r half a century. I r. Kicorrts VITAL RESTORATIVE ha t e n lnlied snd In dorsed by the Aralern of Medicine In Paris as an in- fmlHhle fpolflc for the shove contains no phospho-n Mnharldps or other pol on Is pnelv vroTTtBTVj rroducinz no reaction sod 1 permanent t In erect U a miaT- jnated pill nnd ran n toil of I vnssor 4 To. 10 Sits roe Richelieu Part iyr nce tic of Dr. 8 Smwa. Slcprnontl sole scent for the C. S. Stner Butldtnz St Lonln. Mo. boT of I'M pltl53 3 box Of X 110 sent by mall upon receipt of price. CERTIFICATE. PAnts July 1 m- Rue de la A Mr. E. L three years old. bad been a widower twenty-five years nervous temperament had snferea for thirty years with tx rmatorrhia cod for tsp years wit nervous debility and en Ire impotency. for elzht cn years he tried every known remwlv without ni h n- eL lie came to me nnd I wlvtard him to try Ktcords Vital Kestoratlve. After four months he was dtscour- m d. but I Insisted upon his winttnnlng lt use. end In i nine months be wit. resttod to full health and Visor I rot married and has two fin children. OutofWpntlents treated 5 were cored within day- 115 In six weeks 130 pen two and three months. S between five and lv. months. I In ulna months. DR. hi. PERIGORD. Medicine de to ifesplial Charity. OL1i UT ALL DRtGQIST YAIO SOIAACK. STEVENSON A CO. Chlcao. DL. Wnolesalfi Agents for the DiWrride. PHYSIOLOGICAL HEJUVENATOR OfTHI ORGANIC SYSTEM. Pearls of Strength and Specific Cure for Headaches Dyspepsia Loss of Memory Rheumatism Neuralgia. and i Nervousness. These pesrU belrifc purely physiological In theIr effect upon the bujnsu body can he taken under ill circumstnncfs or conditions with perfect safety. In all forms of debility or tbeir n Is positively niwfsary supplying nerve and brain power repairing waste and rerivln toe entire system. As food for the brain vitalize of the nerves i re- Jnvenator of the organic tyetem ns Medettir. Pamphlets mailed free. Price 100 per box 8 for 5 00 or sect byj mail prepaid. THE SPECIFIC MEDICINE COMPANY 159 4 161 Lake St. qhlcago. Ills. Proprietors. FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. VAN SCHAACK STEVENSON CO. 92 d 94 Lake St. Chicago Ml. Whltsale Agents 0 TILE FAIR SEX VSTTC- TTTE GREAT tii4laiI Itl-.MEDT. Curt's Len. eorrhea. Ialnful Meii tru aon. laceration. Orartan IHsea e all dlneasea ptnuwn u emae Weakness. Used In England for jear as a Periodical and tten- taring Put. Sold by all Struggle. ewrwuere. Price. SlAliperboz. or U botcs forUIXX Sent bj mall ices pipQt e. ecure. AT UEmcjrl Mechanic 111001 Detroit. Mica Wholesale Apenu Int tile United States tJT Panpil tent free. J Sold In Cliicceo or al UraczUta. VAS SCUAAc1. 5TKVE WN A OX Areuta a and sc. corner Dearborn. FOLDING BED. e fl on Beat AJTO Brv latrot Pirlor ftlJinrBd Very Compact. Elennt and Sub- tJdt lcnding the National Steel Spring Mattress. Beading- lol U out of tight la Desks. Book diet. Bureaus. etc. 193 WabuH Are. Chloaa. llfri of Artiitie H uubtld Fonuturt Wood Hutet The OnlyPerfect Bed. 20 YEARS IN USE And giving excellent satisfaction. Cheap that our name U OB the frame. UNION WIRE MATTRESS CON 5 7 9 N. Clark-at. Chicago. Tot sat bj Furniture Dealers. DR. CIIEEVERS S ELECTRIC WILT. DR. CHEEVERS ELECTRIC BELT. Bent by Kipreei C. a D. or by mall on receipt of price. S. Second quality. 5. Dr. ChteTer' Electric Belt or Regenerator Is made expressly sad used entirely for the euro of derangements of the procreative organs. Whenever debility of the generatlte Organs Occurs. trite whatever sure the continuous stream of KLKC TR1C1TY l rinetlnR through the part. most testers them to hemtaj acUon. There U no mt tako about this instrument. Years of use bye tested It. and tnotnnnai of cure. are testified to. Weakness from Indiscretion. Incapacity. Lack it Vigor Sterility-in ctjanjr irnuble of ihe o organs are cured. Do not confound this with KlectrlclMtii advertised to cure all lll from bead to toe. This Is for the ONE upeelfled purpose. For circulate. flTlnafnil explanations ad- vfi rj AUKor CUBEVSB ELECTRiC BELT CO. IllS W hlngton it. Chlcazo. OCEAN NAVIGATION. ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRMCE General Transatlantic Company. Between New York and Itavre Pier C N. a toot of Morton- t. Trarelers by this line avoid both transit by Enf Ilsh railway and the discomfort of crossing the Channel In a tmall boat. PiIItIIIRE. de VTedneKdiy June 2 1:30 V m AMEK10UK. ajoncla Wedneoday June 8 830 am f K VMfi Trndelle Wednesday June in 1IJU a ra PRICE OF PASSAGE Including wlseTOUAVBE Kim Cabin tluu and Steerase. t Including wine bedding. and utensils. Checks drawn of Credit Lyonili of Paris in amount Insult. MEDITERRANEAN SERVICE. Steamers wit leave ew York Street for Bordeaux Lisbon. Gibraltar and Marseilles every month as tel- vrUjEDE MARSEILLE About June IT CAIEDltA Jbout July IT FERD1 A DDELESSEPS AbontAufe IT Through bills of Itduigcranted for Spain Italy and Algeria. PRICK OF PASSAGE tint Cabin 515. Steerage d UiUlS Uk BEBltN Agent. Bowling Green loot of lirosdws X. V. W. F. WSSIITE. E Cabin Agent. 167 Clark WMB Vl.NTt.K. fcieera e Agent. Chicago. Mini terra racket Compys WEEKLY LINE OF STEAMSHIPS lniug New lork Etry Ttandaj at 2 p. m. loll itLAND FRiSCE AND GERMANY. roe. PASSAGE APPLY TO C. B. RICILSJtD A CO. New York OK TO PZLSZNTUAL A KOZMTNSK O fe sa Finn Chicago General Po enaer Agents. AMERICAS LINE. Philadelphia and Liverpool calling at Queenstown. Sd/ag regularly every haturday and every alternate Wednesday from Philadelphia carrying cabin intst- mediate and steerage passengers. and the U. S. M ji RED STAR LINE Carrying- the Uptted States and Royal Belgian Malls. Tbe only Direct Line u Antwerp In BeUlum. salllnz every Until itay alternately from Philadelphia and New York. ror Iaiace Tickets to or froze Europe and Drafts on Great Britain and the Continent apply to i-ETEH WRIGHT A SONS. General Agents. w. E. LAWRENCE Manager. 119 East M. Chicago. NORTH. GERMAN LLOYD. New York I Paris. Steamers tall every Saturday front New York for Southampton and Bremen. Passengers booked for London and Parts at lowest rates. KATES or PASSAUB-Kroin New York to South. amplon London llavre and Bremen first cabin. flu second cabin. Ill steerage 5:11 Return tickets at reduced rates. OuiLftlClld S Co. 3 Bowling tireeeN V. ltCLAClk2IUSa CO- 2 south Clart- at. Agents for Ljlauo. New York and Glasgow. DETONTA May S. 9 a so ANCHORIA Jnne 9 are BOLIVIA. June 5 3 p re I KTUIOIl AJune lJ2p m These steamers do not carry cattle. sheep or pigs. ew ork to London direct. CALIVNIA MayJVJam ViCl-ORlA. JuneHSam Cabins IU to tau. Ezcnrntitn Tickets at reduced rates. Meersiie tlv RENDERSONB1Io BHoUIiiKS. Washington STATE LINE ToOteseow Liverpool. Dublin. Belfast. and Londonderry from N. Y. every Thursday. First Oshin tuO to fo according to ceeommodaios. bsconti Cabin t U 8teera ta AUSTIN. BALDWIN CO 63 Broadway. N. T. and lee at Chicago. Jolts BLtvJK. Western Mansie RESORTS. COZZENS WEST POINT UOTEL Will be Opened June 11880. The Hotel has a passenger elevator. Cottages to let. with board hotel or meals served la the cob- Uees. Examination at Military Academj Janet. For particulars address jOODBLL 111105. West Point N. I' THE CLIFFORD Plymouth Beach Mass baa been newly and elabo ratsiy furnisbed. and will open June iS. Pronounced by the Boston press to be the most elegant and unique hotel on the Atlantic const. Magnilicent land' and ocean scenery. Unrivaled facilities for yechuiae. n bln bathing bowling. billiards. tennis croquet drtvlntetc. Application recotvol until J une li at lb Milk Koston. L. IL SOUTUW1CK Proprietor. THE OCEANIC. ISLES OF SHOALS. N. H. Open mladle of June. No tiles. no mosquitoes no dost. Even temperature. Eight miles from main land. Beautiful ocean view from every window. ias electric bells perfect drainage. Boating fishing' bowling billiards nice bull band of music. llotel United States Hotel SARATOGA SPRINGS CPU m TIE SlASO FCOIJC5S I TO OtTOBER I. TOMPKINS. GAGE CO. HOTEL BRUNSWICK. ASBURY PARK N. 1. Favorite seaside re ort of America new hotel 110 rooms open on broad verandas with commanding view of ocean diesels. beta andmu no mosquitoes or malaria tine surf-bathing good boating and flols- log stalling. fur circulars address ATWOOD A CO. rsjiiOAkwooD GREEN L4KE. wts FAMOUS 1. summrrresurt now open. It baa no equal. The best families North and avaIls recommend it. Send for illustrated rlrculars. GUEENWAY 4 SONS Danford O. Win. RCBBER HOSE. HOSE nr Hydrants Lawn Sprinklers Rubber and Leather Belling. 8 nd for Price B. T. ffHELPLET. Ill Uke-rt. CHIROPODIST. STEPHENS. THE CSIIEOP- ouhial 124 Dearborn- u gives Instant relief. mepbenVAll- ltigbt Salve for burns bolls ora srow bruluestc. drnc k1sts have St. Sc per box. PILE RIUIIEDY. Remedy Uilitqenr Awcrni liafenSreiSnftoirSliS19 S iSm 11 Jr n. fsseegssiSSKat S r. B. WTW ALL t CO MBWCffi KIDNEY AND LIVER CURE. MALJLBIA. A term now generally used to designate certain emanation of marshy und. It Is admitted that malarial poison Is not eogntzabla by the senses nor can ii be detected cy chemical tests U is known only by Us effect upon the system. For several years the attention of physicians said scientists has been directed to learning the nature of the poison producing these remittent and Intermit tent diseases known as marsh fever malarial fever and fever and agn The search has been at last rewarded. After exposing themselves for three weeks In. a stricken district the Roman Campagna Signor Toniasi of Rome and Prof. Klebs of Prague have discovered the monroe of malaria to be rnlcroicopto fungus. The next step for the weal or humanity wns to find some means of destroying these tang or rendering them Innocuous It is some satisfaction to know that the means to so destroy these fungi Is found. and is the medldne known a Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. It destroys them when once in the system. by placing th mesenleric elands In a healthy condition and In so doing enables there to throw or the unhealthy mtrescent affluvla that creates the diseases her named. It has been tried and. with miraculous success where malarial fevers are most prevalent. or where is located the poisonous matter now known u microscopic fungi. YELLOW-FEVER. That this terrible disease baa for years held a despotic sway. at certain seasons of the year In portions of our own fair land and In other countries is known by every one. And It Is also known that a' cure or even a preventive has not been heretofore dIs' covered. His known to every intelligent man and woman that the reason for this fearful scourge Is neither more nor less than the mallrtal poison that emanates from low marshy whether adjacent to salt or fresh water especially In certain stages of the drying process. under a hot sun knd that uncleaneg cesspools insuOdent drainage or unrelnoved fllih or any kind are generators or this same death-dealing miasma Typhus and Intermittent Fevers are Use lesser results of breathing these noxious vipers while Yellow-Fever Is the dreadful scourge that has the same origin. After a careful reading of the late report of the National Board of Health no other conclarlon ran be drawn than that If the blood Is kept In a healthy condition the tlrtli and spread of yellow-fever is materially lessoned. It riot actually prevented. U Is well known that If the kidneys and liver the organs that filter and cleanse e the blood are kept In a wholesome and sound condition this same vital fluid wil b clear trout all ItnporlMe ThaUta' arcane. th kldnoys nag liver CAN BrfKErT FhEE from disease and at all times In condition to faithfully perform their duties. is a matter beyond dlspue and it is equally true that a free use of Warner's Sara Kidney und Liver Cure la connection with Warner's Sate Pills will acuiallv compel these same organs to perform their allotedfuncUes Testimonials by th tousand ate' is the hands of the proprietors of Warner's Safe Kidney sad Liver Cure vouching for its positive curative qualities In all diseases of the kidneys and liver and hence as a cleanser of the blood. and also as a preventive to yellow fever we have no hesitation in offering. It to the public. KIDNEY PAD. DAYS Worn on the small of the back and on the Kidneys. PIIOCC Diabetes. Dr ktU Dl eae. Catarrh UUntO oriheBUnder. lreptr Orvel Pale- 101 UrInating. High inloretl trlnelnitbllltT In Retain r Expel the time Pi l In Ua hack. erroui DJIilllrv Female Weakness. sd all di mu es of th Kidney Itlnridtr ma I triary gas. WBCV XOTHINO ziaz CAN. I nnif OUT Imitations. Ai k tsr and take only LUUK UUI the Day Pad. For sale by Druggists nr rt br mull tree on receipt of price SOO ertltcaies of cures mad our book. How a Lift Was aced sent on receipt of your address. DAY KIDNEY PAD CO. Toledo 0. G COME Organized under the tows of New York. Location of Mine LEAUVILLE. COLORADO. Capital Stock f lauUMO" Sllau stares Via Value tH STOCK UXASiKSSABUS. OFFICERS President. GEO. D. ROBERTS. Vice-President STEPIIRN V. WRITE. Secretary. D. P. VERDKKAL. Treasurer J VME3 I SMITH. Manager W. 8. KKYES. Financial Agent WALt KMAR OIEN5. Bankers. TOCICTH NATIONAL BANK. TKLSTKCS William it. Steven ieo. D. ttoberte Levi Z. Letter Richard C. MrAormick Jonas it. Trench Luther B. Marsh Mpaen V. White Gee. B. Uoblivin James D. Smith. Principal Offlce Rooms M and X BOREEL BUILDING o. Ill Broadway. New York. BACKERS No. 29 Pine New York. DEPOSITS received object to check at' light and Interest muted on titil balances. GUVIIItSMENT BOND STOCKS and all investment securities bought and sold on commission. DRAW BILLS Of EXCHANGE ON London Joint Stock Bank London. BUT and cell all American Securities upon the Lou- dpn Stock Exchange on the most favorable terms. TfTLE CHIEF MINING COMPANY BrtlnIwe 115 BaOADWAY NEW YORK. Jlay ii'S. ROOSt So. 54 BORZEL The Board of Tru tc have this 1iy declared a MONTHLY DIWIDbM So4i of ON K per cent Os the TEN MILLION DOLLARS 1haXlh0i caplial stock of this Corapinr. amounting to USD 1IIJN- totED THOUSAND DOLLARS Ili0arj or Fifty Cents per bare out of the fourth months net earn- log' parable at the Mlnlcz Trust Company on the Stalnst. Transfer books will close May 21 sod reopen May 28. D. F. YERDENAL. Secretary. STOCK SPJ2CUI \.TIOV. A. nonfiE CO. Bnnkert and Broker C WALL-ST New York Bay stocks on reasonable rearm and when desired will advise when mull what to buy. Also Stock Prtvtlezes In wnlcn U to tlUUcon be profitably Invested. Opportunities for luodpronts are constantly oe curries. Full Information on application and Vek- Ir Ucport sent tree. Grain Speculation inlareeor small amounts. UofaO l. Wets W. T. SOULS ft CO. Commission Merchants 130 La Stile St. CHICAGO. ILL. for Circular TRUSSES. RUPTURE 100 Reward. We will pay to a charitable Institution 101 in cas of an lnzuinal Hernia that can be retained by the band that we cannot retain with the PARKER RE TENTIVSC COMMON patented July 111374 BARTLMrr BUTMM PARKER Id State Chicago UI. DR. PARKER. the patentee has bad At years' experience the last S years with Marine Hospitals Ar- mv Navy and Pensioners the government having adopted out appliance as the. best in use. Many of thewonicases cured. GRAYS MEDICINES. Nenous Grays Specific Medicine TRADE MASK The Great TRADE MARX d l Itemed an unfailing cure for SeminalW ak- seas. Sperleator- thee Impotency and all llsea et that follow as a se quence of Self- uteeof Memoryusiiversal Lassitude lain In 681056 TA oht vitton rtwSUfTB TAVIR. lure Old Ace and man other ln ase that lead M messily or Consumption. and a Premature Grave. If full particular n our pamphlet which we desire to send f re hr mall to every one. The Spedtto Medicine is sold by all druirgieta at I pet packets. or six pacliares for Jo or will be sent free by mall on re- rclpt of the money by addre sln THE GRAY MED ICINE CU Mechanics' Block. Detroit. Uch. fSoid In CSIiesgO by all Wholesale and Retail Drucgiata and by UrusiTjiU everywhere. Sod In Chic byHldruairtsu. VAX8CHAACK. STVYESON a CQAgents ta. C and M Late- t-Cnlcago. MISCELLANEOUS. 273 South Clark Consult personally or by man. free of cliarge. on an chronic nerrom or p clal diseases. Dr. i. Keen Is th only physician In tb city wno warrants earn or no pay. THE HARRIS WBOJSL w A CARIL To an who are suffering from the rrora an tnfflj. etttons of youth. ntrjay. weakness early decay less of manhood. tc I wtll nd r clpe that irtl cnreyonJ o CHAitOt Title treat r na l u discos by mlMtonarr la Booth meriea Sendi selfadlressed envelO to the REV. FAIRBANKS' grAltuAsin- SCALES OF ALL KINDS. FAlRBANkMOREftC ft OQ 111 US Lake St Chicago. Be earefultobny only thcGcnoln excepted. Son day excepted. t Monday ezcepted Dally. Chic te Vorthw Ur xiHway. For Maps hulls Tables 81eepln f m2fUtlon vapllr V r tottSwtat ticket offices of the Company' J and SI Clark Grand Pactflc UowU Brink' Express offlSt Os northeast corner Randolph and Stats-its. Palmei House. Canal and at the ut. rmel cPactfleFast Mne. a loux City Yantloj" buqu isy Ex. via tlnInn. ihiubuque SUht Kt via Ulntont oOmaha Night Express. alien Moines Nlicnt Kxprew oDes Moines D r Expre oSlonxClty * y 12 JQ pm lTpro t Upm t l5 prn t lipm O am 3 4) Pm i 5 Si riS a 3 lo w m t tMom 1 3ttpn HU a rouse Minnesota. JWlnona tentral D. JWlnona Central Dakota. b:15) pm S JU e neTa Kxprew 4u 5m 10:51 a 4 nm W int ween ChS net t corner of Wells and D pot corner of Canal ana sti. firllBttoB A Qnlnc For Maps Guide-Books. Time SleeplngCeq K Tu tiysj SeSs. sss nVnG ro el rn-k- Xpre" S I re. Arrive. KHtawaStreator Express 7 0 sin t f Dutxfattiii ie 1 tA mm tNebraska Express. 1 ifouim bUubnqne Sioux City Express. ton ate liDowner i Grove Aouomm xlaa OOam tPaclfloKastKxpreas i i- Kansas Colorado JJi i IiKaasas City IVxas 0 at Lln6. Aurora sulsy Poasenger i pa pot K l" Bl pi pnt pot J II U ilMendista it Ottawa Express. bRockfOrd Kr port iKoci K llsEl' t Aurora PuMnsrer. I inn cm lUpm rian a a 6HUpm1 1015 pn Satnrtiv' exceP11 Sunday t Daily except Pullman l wheel 81eepln Cars and Pasaewrw Coaches between Chicago Council Bluffs Omaha. St. Joseph. Atchison Topeka. and Kansas City throosk without e. Parlor Cars wlta Itecllt Chicago Wlweekea t. v Pan Depot corner CllDf sts. Ticket Offices hi Clark t4 So Hotel. andatDepor- l Milwaukee Express V Chlen. low and Delete Ex. t t.-OQnm't Ti03 nt Ht vens Point and Ashland EiT95jpmlTn l S Milwaukee Madison. and Prairie' du Chlen Express tnW a m T pm Llbenyvhle Accommodation. 0:15 pa 8 30 sin lls Bpe Jittam 1:11 pnt y" n en er 401 pm llM am Illin Fan Parsenrer ftU pm 845 am undty Pitosenuer lEtin. 5:111 pmi la' am urfTta Milwaukee Ticket for Mid Mlnnepolis are good either Tl Madison aai Prairie du Clues. or via La Cross and Wlnona Stiles. Ontntt rtft" Depot foot of Lake-ct and root of Twentr-seeond st. Ticket omoe. Ul et. Dtat Clark. Gr mil Feeble Mulct. and Palmer Mouse. St. Louis Texas Express am T3rt4m Pt. Louis a. Texas fut Line 8jj TlnS Cairo A Xeworlenns kzpress. 5:11 Jnj I sCairo Texas Szpmeta tdl pm tenngneld Express. vU m I tSpringlleid NuhlExpress i& pa Peurla Burlington Jt Keoltnk. fl am I rPeorla Burlington4 Keokuk. I j:3) pm' Ponlaie a tbal8worli ltxpress. SW am' Pontiac Kxpress tHipm Oilman Piwsenier. 4:10 pm DubnqueSloex City Express 0 J ate I Bbuqueft loutCUy Express. 3:30 pm. eOn Saturday nlzht runs to Centralta only. I UJnhainrday night to Oilman only. On Saturday night runs to Peorla only. rtitciuro & Alton. Cnloa Depot West Side corner Canal and Yin Ba et. sear Van at. brldxe and Twenty third Ticket Offices at Depot 89 South Clam St. Grand Paclfle Hotel and Palmer Rouse. Kansas City Denver Fast Ex. Kansas City NUbt Express. hI. Louis sprlngneldiTetsj. Mobile New Orleans Kiprets. hi. Louis. Sprthgfleld Tetai Peoria Burlininon I fast Kinross A Keokuk Express. Peking Peorta Express. Chicago Paducan LI. R. Kx. Streator Lacon. Ya HUutn Ex. Juliet Dwlght Accommixlalon1 treave. i Arrive. it n' m 15:13 i n ChlramHo k TM 1 Depot. corner of Van Baron and Sherman Ticket Offices K st 8berm n House Palmer House Grand Pseiflo Hotel and B Canal corner Madison. Davenport Psoria Express l Bluffs last Expraaa Xamas City. Leavenworth It At- dhisors tail ExpreM. Peru Accommodation Connel Binds jiUbt lixpress KansMCtty Leavenworthi At- chlson Night Express. Leave. n pm tuOQ p a tlfciripm Arrive. Oftt 63 km except SatndsJi Michigan Ceaura Rnllr Depot foot of Lake and foot of Twenty Ticket QBce. ? Clark- U sootheait corner of Stasis delphi. Grand Padfln Hotel and at Painter Uonss Leave. I Arrsv Man vi. state and AirUoe1 TrfD m' soope av Express. SoB m I pn Kalamazoo Accommodation. 4:1) pmj10t am Atlantic Kxpress dally bitS prni da an f. r ij pm Lake Shore fc Michigan ontbern Violet offices at depots. Van ot head f ft Ticket and freight office nniler Murman House and ticket offices In the Grand Pictflc Hotel and Palmer House. I Leare. Arrtre Mall TlaMaln Llne Ti ai Special New York Express 9M am 7:40 pm AUanUc Y. Express dallyj. 4U p m ISIS an. Fast Express. i lUDpmt t am Plttobnrf nn ln tl Jk fit. l al It. B Cincinnati Line and Kokosno Line. Depot corner 01 Clinton and its West Bldij Leave. Arrlv Cthctenaits. Indianapolis LonSs- wills Colombos 4 East tiny tpress. 1:19 am 8:19 pa 5 tOpmTWata Baltimore s Ohl Depots Exposition Building and foot of Twenty. second-it. Ticket Office Si Clar t Palmer lions Grand Pacific Hotel arid Depot tlixpositon Leave. I Arrive. a am" 7:05 pn Raakakee Line. Depot. foot of Lake-It. and root of Twentyeeeouqt Cincinnati. Tndtaoapolla A Louli- villa Day Express Mnc Express Leave. pn Chlesgo A Tastera Illinois KOr 4. Danville Route. Ticket OOoea 77 et Palmer Itouse Grind P chic Hotel. Trains leave Irvin spot. comer o Archer nd Stewart-aye t Dy Mill. hatinlle 4 Florida Express. Leavef Arrive. JliO pm7iJUam rmnd Trnnte Rail war. Depot corner Archer and Stewart Express. Valparaiso leave ana arrive eor av Leave. SleJam Wpm SdOpas I 8:0an 19:20 am Pullman Can attached to night exprsi Plttsbanr. Wayne A Chle B RaIlwv. Depot coy. Van Duren and its. Ticket Offloea I to Clark Palmer House and Grund Panda heist' Mall ant Eipret Hactfle Ezpreaa. iastLlne i. Arrive. i--5p GOODRICH STEAMERS. J Rae Milwaukee S Cv Want PT Saturday Boat don't leave onui. I p a. Sight bu for ueaJk Vnd7 p mJ8at p c 4 t Iy 45 3 atiL1o :1ntx.d. 4a c1ea hoLderi rd yu E IcQT tyde. e7iic25 ereftedi redM17 Uked bid j rn. OIIted N0f e 8) 7Iv 7e toXood n. De Lr etda. rib,7 to olaAee qeet u U6 t2rd. 3C34 34 A 1 e M 4 e on. u n. 1hd eMey ee734c d mend knd b octe noa T ored Jell. 7c ly d bfy. Dzbr IeI4Y meets ed. dextre t. l3c. wbest ccCu- Xo. u bp I 27 at e cU tac jar 1 et ta wek d rdbar1 I vee rt. eco3 stock. unr I all In- tUver- ortca 1 easT lfl all ilbtd.- woolens roral ant r1 r H be Qraln oj CtiYItY firmness expectaon Of week when xp to the 0 grato fQr the from rates in the face of a preSU1O for rOOl ht has conatantlY exceeded the uppIY. Yeaterdty ajternvuu several outelde partied were Inquir- tog for vessels but the clique had secured them all. and they obtafled nope. Tms is an- cptedb7 agents asasure Indication of anap- achlng booni. 5 tti0fl petlU n rates muat adra000. In one case yes- tardIly sfternOofl a ihipper offered 5 cents on corn tO ilnealo. for a 5riZed yeseel but as 00 guaranteG of flnlablfl& cargo by this evening cou d be given the agent pptted to refused to charter. Veseimefl always de1re to get their Tessels 1QIIded atUrdaY lake partieuiarY afa1r tnore advanC 5 a even thatday beatbe ut every vesseLs. SfUO Schooner rer nd I propel cc Cu Propeiler io btube fu1lyetabiiehed. weremade ecarcitv Iver Iimber l.i on theUber. upon i-ce pumpscould InCanadian owned in- ims 11 I swept off lumberovernight totbis amatterof sarprisethat nathe L15Ofl red homeward theclerk 2. Houzatenand Jd. dwn. th the lath The lnch rec ived tfl in seven mumsr4 reacbeci CVC Tract. The minimum stage was touched whIch time a steady rise has btellnotedas amsounced above. Intarnoch the that the Mssstt nd LI the foiiiim1 n YesIerthy wi some Sb000ers let the In icavirig start. but pas Thcu4 in tow tile same tTh4 kt * from below ago Wednesday nigat With coal flow agaIn at the end of ls rsmkable Lnmher o1d the rnaret her rsrnained Tho Canadian cleared last evening are uSder charter On the trin of the ThuNdifCaLTNwell ret about wide Ciinker-buUl that evidently the near EvansIDn. 1be waif occupies a plsve on th main Tb Cannilan Proneller Yesterday having ewvOSelshetween thisporL The slsambae Grob was West none the NOrth Branch tlons rau cabin spars rigging and sails o tflder her fit fur service. At Miller blng ion Side iank PLAlJohnstnofthe tugGardnerwantath wa4tr 1d that te Gardner the Jobo- 0UaIIover therlverwith oha1atoo 5bleWdtoIakehmup 13IOItTAwr 4ease iUStdevldedbytheEnglish i Der t lOfThe us11 UEEglan 155117 establj beL ChLetJusUco toOkooeaaion t AXIerlc tidtd was tjj route li POpertyhave astIp 541151 tjle tetghborlng greedm ario nd was Thewether falrand the eteamerand abandon or poufla shIp s In- a thepurpoieofeomtnunicattng in- onl Is wit savleglIie pro t forattemptlnitsrescue course to there sea-he Transpo tatton J stxo barge was launched feet. These GratwiekSmtth & MaryHattle rigged Grover a issatd revenue-cutter Manhattan atMountClemenefor nearly4lO feet longand OO Itochesterisplanked Jacobimpsnna Oswego near the supplying rie tb J tuc li Ft yes pump MO andboller when L. Propeller ee Propeller B cal tonsof spicgeilronto t Thsvdtch Paeeed up-Propellers barges Tempest flJ. 1r05 2. Propellers uecs. City of Sitginaw Rodgers Wolf W. S. Cros- Specl Dispatch is The tTh4caG 7raans. The Jesaic icsrth forCollingwood and for Buffalo. bushels ToBuffstOsChOOnCr 6 4 enta. 1hcents. Cousonax Ont- CT. erql Down cLzvxu-'cD t ArttePort e merchandise Russell. seanaba ore. ClCTOdPmpeUers Nyaek toIorado COmmo- dare Avon Chicago mercandtae- tlantiePor age rnerchariiso Ariz tna Duluth mes-chan- dice schognra J. C. Harrison John ONall Thomas W. FCrry George itussell Escanaba Bell. ILARQeETrL S lpeciseDitatcli is ma CWseo Trthijn MARQtT5TT bitch. Mayl8Amyedp. er Staumee VSUc7. Cleared ropo11er Cormorant schooner Charles Wa1lieny Folger. Up City Hr4 3. ILpawi Tb. Czrsaoyou A Oneonta Sage and propeilers Milwaukee and Northern Queen. Ind-houtbwett fresh clear. asCAieAnt. to Thomas Upward. ThornasQuayle I Th biast furnace. PORT DIUIOtSIX The up. dwurda Muskegon Schrjarnes l4ar rle SchrCityofGrand blsth Grand Haven Dl ties. J Pi rport SehrClty 4cTtAL Mukegon. Albatross chr WiilverineMuskegon. AUenMuekegun. ports. n SchrG. it t Ostrich. Prop tmr Treasursryesterday rt 1151 ! onStreets pasedupon tubcy meat save Ii ii To-day closed. by of The evil the of tdtbe of lake new for the bulld1nwlll underroof as f. otbertbtnga they agreed ngcll thn11edereesbtch c 1th the tato P h for aPproved and tna- Aid. Lawier theMayor cerrenewed facts areS t In his reportof hiseeat. The7 eupp wentoff Sir. a VulcanIron the d's Artio of use Aefloaof tag Diaiaaes the or idlyTreated bythis PlrrsIZLD yourCoispound ata1rthouh ij aunsufferlnIroui useto an lungs. riven tasi theseareconsnmptlyesanJod ject' dissse3 It. sys- thL8lIOWLD. deceived a t5ssubeUtntelor t Ak4 qioonns viil. RETORATIV the bnma5 to ta ThiastertiIa er- be disess erce o a pnrmaorhwa wit s tanuneiooni Twrvnn lniarthw un fsmsioidshItunti smq fats. II. are ruqilj tin. been nzOient these sansiylnmsannlvattpt I. inns ni action ROT cress tnthe reach lb. rest ever v. ha. been in- orother polnon 5 pew Is oared Se 1eviuuor Yrsneei S. 1 Cni 4l pfprice. PaixA31r. C thtrt epermiaterrha entre elzhtpen wIth nutny hen. nd Mnleiihim seed its got Sac lii illtn six Whol aais forge Drug Trade. ETUR PUTS I OIOCICAIREJUVEtIATOU bein nec vttalizerof ofihe orAanicsystem us- l. 5h10 b TIIESPECIFIC JI IMPORTMT1IO 3ienLruauun icersUonosjan Itiscasts inuwn e ye& everyw erslz boC Sentby ox poatae. MEnicpcco. tePt5 4j aiIlruciits pT8bSCSON ti saTe y Ele set siatitlsi. bteeL I Ioudn Xsd. osly by AHAndzewco I efArtiiti agtcls. wov VIRE MATTnzs. WOW WIRE MATTRESS1 YEARSIN Imitations roarselywoveparsoffered that Ill prove ensatia- factory 10 the purchaser. 1FSee ateby L U F U fl zpress 15. o any mistake Isetany troubleol these ereenred. Electric JItu ills lvln full Ore. 15. 1. Rut Wshlngtonst NewYork 2 English Laplace. Weitnesday AMERIqUK. S.JnocIa-.WednesdayJnn. p610cm hRtNh TrudeiteWeOneiiay Junelil 1100am P1tICE0FPASSAGE t. Lic. sew low V ILLE BE MARSEILLE..About June17 FESIDINANDOELESSEN icing ranted LI ILiS 6 7. v. B. V bteerage I p.m. OIITO so t Paaengcr Mali REDSTAR onGreat ant ton icl- COiSouthCtar0. 4llOIt L1E 1tIL STE11E1IS ANCHOI1IAYnne 12 KTHIO1IAJune 102 pm hew tort May ii. 1 a in June 12Sa re Cablnshh 5. Steerge0t IlIniLS 16 aceondint No. teerage. SUIIMEI1 I 1880 a& AcademyJunel. andelabo. wi\ Oabng Juno i Ga hotel niwt.-el.ana Send for circular. LAIGLIFON BROThERS a CO. Yo uLl JC o JOTEL l I. resect llOroom' Ferrirculars sddremATVOOD4iCO. nowrpcn hasnoequat beatfamUlesNOrth rttord MFI RUBBER L I 11 ll nr 119 I 51 0 E1 g SendtorPriees. et. C 0 ri Li F inatantrehef. 1 forburns. U ornncuts tA WARbL tat tuui tebiiigUtcsrstdpfFtOtrDdirZ I vnllaIplL1iJ1th4IsBlagiril 4bS' II ill J rtst sttla oldba it tTuriPt aPAhthi West Madsoo-ekg Sh0 I CE 1iISIBLE BANGER Atermuowgeneraiiy a is. igue. ogieand bumaaitywas issome U hers' moineS a nd thlasame I Atleracaireful otherconclusIon iit the blood-are be Impurities That these the ft K Et i an 1lverCure actually nilmed funcuess. U bmndsof mall KIbNEY. oftho tliP DrlgkIs Diaeae ut/i 151 opay Itiighntoretltrlnelnabiilty iiet Psi. bervnmi disessea the Io Ask lv U cmee I b FINANCIAL. IRoli SlYER MIIILIIG VaiueR V. VAtldthIAR LutherltMarsbhtephen io IUSORAYI 0. Pine BtThDS. mentaecurities Bn d n LITTLE NEIvYORK IA Trustees 4T uNo. It ONP Core ss share. MiningTrustCompanyon Bill inst. SPECULATION. 1IIN and ST. Newiork Bt11 ro good prolila 7 In large or 13 or no ijjEr i U 1 earttaal1tnstituuoe cass PAIIKE11tE. sli ujr. a opted o the womvicases TbeGveatEu-'RAEAR gUsh Itemedy I Semins.lWemk- diseases thatfollow ass .e- UQflCS the Back. bimness TAiHoevlalon rema-AFTL1 teeny Islamase tSull to free 1 iieIent ittof addressing IC NE CO. 5d Cbicscu by al dmuggisia. VA' SCIIAACK. aland 04 st..Chicco. i5 iiEI NO PAYII DR. KEAN Ciiago. UerTOesOc special lathe the cttywho warrantscnresor REMEDY CO. JfasaftBenaSaI IT. LOUILO atities P0FJUR1SPASTILUREMIDIIS eaw n5G7 5 ealico 4I is N oI oh4Ies9 No 2' I a b 1 ihol Sines i 5. 5. 5 o la wa rss ia wb and nervous sIc. send a regipe cure you. lime oc rsmed was bye th m1 Ait Station D Ntiv QV1y SCALES. 5' liiiiaLokeStchicago chzefu1tobnyonlytheGenuins RAILROAD TLIIE-TAIILE. EIPLANYTOT Op Rrrtitrrcz t saturdaj excepted. Sun4ay wertliwteve Sleeplng-f sceommodatbin apply at of in. Send rises Leave. Arrive. ePaetc Fiat 1:5) pe sNoux C1ryt pIn Blips slubuque 12:5) p m 3:5.1 pn p pm 7:1.0 am vis :7:15cm iabt bzpccs--------- 11:11 p m I 7lhan Psy p m 8:4) p a. pm 7:11 an lii char ttiqils itpriai 8:1.5 am 541 pa aFreeportRockforennbcque515 am 3:0 pa aireepors1toclmfordsLebuquo110 pm 6O an si.eeii.'r tbfordaLaseuenea 1:10 pm llht an bkllwsukee Mall. pn bMllvaukee Special exi am 4:01 pu IMUwsuase s ien hay 15:15 am 7&S pin bMIlwankee Passenger-------------:5 sm pm 10:4 ae IMliwusukee treen itar t 9ii pml 6:15am S wn ibis c Sfarquetie.:4 55e pm6 6eSwa tGren Bay Exprene. Sti arnl6la psi 1St. Paul Minneapolis Express. 90:1) 11. Paul t MInneapolis Kxpreas. pm tilt an LLatrose t am I pm IL. 5 Minnesota..I 9" p m 7511 as bWlnonaSCenlrslliakotslO btVtnonat Daikota4 7ss. ain hi eleneg 4lhpm an leFinl d ltc viajanenyillo. 4:1.5 10:315in Pullman hotel tr ste run throogit between thi cagst and nsneli Blul s1 iilmsm Slesos 14 Slig it on the ttln ieevingdhirnrn seiBe. Noothsrruii4 runs lullmap or anyothertor boteicarswetor Chicago. ElflZie4. Depot lileage flnrllngtont lfalIrd AncuwmodaUons apply at any of the following TIckei-Ofttce. of the tonipany Is hicaeo So CIci. at Ill-and Paelflc hotel. Urinkt Expreus Oftee toq northeast corner Itsrdoph end Stste-ats.l. foot na Indiana irnd 1epot corner Canal an Sixlerttbts Palmer ltouse and corner Canal in s.s.ioa VieetSide. I Lea bOttawa Streator I. 1:3) pm Is oiu iUaateiec 455 is- am b7i p * 5 3ti pa Aoaomisida sm S 1:55 alaiillc Fast Express. II I pm b311) pt tttessnsacultrcdakx. ll:2lpmsap & 11:00 p in B SiJ p' 11:10 am ir a ICsClir 5:10 pm 11:15 am Sits- a p m 1110:11 en PrportxItuggfrathC 1:10 pm blfllSain a.- bAurora Iaitienrer I 6:11 pm h:5- cOmabaNlgbtKxprevs. 9:151 pin bC:5fsa's pm b6d an fksJliaSCltfMtJo KzJ 9ilS pm 5511 bbreeeoinaDbbuqueExpccesi 8:33 p 5633am Weilneetay Saiurilay rbecu ltiilema a Daily. b Daily except Saturday. SleepingCs Coti leil wltbontcbsne Itecllning Chairs between Chicago and leans CIty. C. ft a Q. Din' lag-Ca attached to all & at flepotorner and isrIi it Paliner lions. Grand Pacific and at bepnr. Lesys. Arrv' Si IS C aila liliwsutee. St. Paul t lle- 111:10 am I 1:111 p so- ai'l txpisea tctns. 7tS sin Green Bay. Menasha. and 4p- 10:15 cm dOpin r'1 Spmt am Stevena ltx. 0lep mJ a 8:53 am p in lirron lasaeneer. Fs'ilaeaenger..5 RlUii All train rszi via rickets St. Pant arecood via a- flaet C1eg Uran andPaimer J EtLoutatTexuExprens a 011 I StLoueTezssFaatbiflej pm 5:1)psi New Orleans am a a tTezs Sdlpa am 5 lid a blahi j 3i p re 8:51 5 a I 7:5) aa pus Ccip a i m 1slfl in 4th pm'Jpnu 10:01 au tOdi 6b ant DubutuetSioucClty pmlBpnt Twent j t Faa EL. a pm a p EzpccssS 5tti p e I 7:11 am epringueld Texas. 9w a m 5:0) p a A i 1:111 a in 5:1) PB .t.'reras..115'u pin I f:2o in taalzpru 11 an 3:5) p a Ibxprrs..l'in pm 17:11cm PetinaPeorlaExpreulL3lpta 5pnt Cblcegoakadueah lLFz 151.51 85J pa Wasnngtn l:0J pm 4:11 p & 1:1) p a CbIeawn Rock Tte4 Pa..e. wf. OEeeaMCiark4tSherrnan PaimerHoase Arriver 1. a in 6:45 pm ExpresslloJ psi tiC ansse franKzpres ioa pm 5:53 pm PeruAccommtsiation. sit 10:5) ant Counellliutaiiinbt pm 6:3) Kansas City i Expresstl3ln p in 1 6B ce flatly except Sundays. iDaily except Mondays. laS. II Clark + Alrl4ue am tsar s ani' 7Opnt p nijlOIkO a in { etsI oct Zsighlltxpreu fM1J pmjl60 ass t Railway. oiticesat ef 1 SclleTwenty-.econd't. and third lion. LesvetI t..UvlaMalnLteei---------------- 7Sampnt bpeda1iewYorkExprese. 950am 7SSpnt N. iiaulyjr 1UJi pm 1 5:4) a in ClneiaatI Lal Side Mriva Zips. Nigbb Express..I titu pmf 7:11 am. et House. Bulhdg Arrive,7 MornIng Express 7 p baseLine. es om mxi pm roolof itiglitKzpree lI0JpmlIIlliain EUPOL Pi- Of and \ Leave. DsyMsll. SsslivUleTlorida 7tipssijwa Chicago t Grarunk ltallwsji. Arrive. Mall kxpreu TaJpscelsoAecomtn4n.eay5 andazrivecorAsliaa4ay lZ3Jpe 9sm bleeplngCamiattacbed Ft. Ckieasn Leave. ba4tB451xpresa. tbeboycanWntvoc4afl12CDa. baturdayionldotllleave 4 Pin sa Ludngson. ManlsleetSaLt SnMy eXCSPtd a in KewanneAhnepee5eTuesttr14t mi4Fr14. ant Grind haven. 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