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Sally, Tri-W©okly and Woobly. EDITORS AND HtOPRtETORS: John L. Script**, Ciublis H. ILit, Wuxiax Dross. Joseph Medox, Alfred Cowz.es. OFFICE NO. 51 CLARK.STREET. TERNS OP THE CHICAGO TRIBUNE Dally, delivered In city by carrier, per year.. .$9.00 Daily, delivered la city by carrier, per week.. is Daily, to Mall per year 7.00 Dally, to Moll Subscriber*, per six month*.... 4.00 Trl-Weekly, per year !?. 4.00 Weekly, single subscriber*..... 1.60 *• S copies 4.0n “ 6 coplca 6-00 “ 10 copies 10.00 •* 80 copies, and one to getter on of d0b.20.00 Money In registered letter* may be »cnt u* at onrrUk. _ Address “ CHICAGO TUBUNE," Chicago. HI. gTrifrtmc, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1860. hue N. Arnold’s Appointment.. Hr Arnold -ill addrer* the nroplo os follows: Babcock's Grove Tlwrsdoy Evening;, Nov. 1 Appointments of Hon. D. K. Carlter. Hod D K.Carttcr.of Ohio, trill addrcat* the pco pit* of lllinoi* on iwlilical topics at the follow-in;’ t<mce andplaccs: Ctlro. Alexander Co.. Caledonia. I‘ulaeki Co Appointment* of Hod. R. C. Selienck aud Donn 1100. Robert C. Scbcnrkand Doan Piatt, of Ohio, will address the people of Illinois on political lojh Its at the following times and place* Greenup. Cumberland Co. Sangamon Co Senator Doolittle's Appointments. Senator Doolittle, of Wisconsin, will address the people of Pcotia and Pulton comities as follows; Elmwood Tburwlav, Nov. 1 Cub*. Fulton Co Friday Nov. 2 .Saturday, Nov. 3 Avon, Wm. B. Plato’* Appointment*. Wm. B. Pinto. Bepnbllcan candidate for Elector, will address the people a* follows' Kanerillc.. Hampshire Burlington. Blackberry. Jttr, Appointment*. Hon. Owen Lorejoy will fpcakat the following named place* Springfield Alton.. Ottawa TTm. F. Kellogg** Appointment*. Wm. P. Kellogg will address the people as fol lows: Gcncseo. Henrv Co,. Thursday. Nov, l. Hazel Grove, Fulton Co., Saturday afternoon, Nov. 8. Vermont. Fulton Co.. Saturday evening, Nov. 3. Ipavia, Fulton Co., Monday, November sth, at 2 o’clock r. m. Drruadotte. Pulton Co.. Monday, November sth, in the evening at o'clock. nON. J. W. NORTH. The people of Northern Illinois will re member with gratitude the labors of Hon. J. W. North of Minnesota. ITis speeches at Junction, Lane, Warren, Galena, Ster ling, &c., have been models of fairness and vcit notable for their ability. lie went to his own State last evening, leaving troops of new friends behind. THE STOCK. MARKET. It would be a matter of some gratifica tion lo the public to know, before they put fuilb in the Times <£ Herald's disunion dia tribes, just how much interest the proprie tor of that concern has in the rise and fall of the slock market? This disunion howl has resolved itself into a matter of dollars and cents. Now how many dollars has the “leading Democrat of Chicago” got at stake? Do men who htliete in disunion make stock investments while the fright is on? That’s the question. HOW EXPLAINED. Before this disunion cackle is ended, U will be proved that Mr. Cobb, Mr. Buchan an’s Sccrctaiy of the Treasury, went to New York last week on a stock speculation, anti that his efforts to play bear were solely to put money in his purse. Wc do not know how much he may have fobbed by the re cent rise; but letters now in Ibis city say that the amount would make a retiring Secretary comfortable, after the Georgia fashion, for the rest of his days. Modem Democracy ends its days more ingloriously than was expected; but as stealing liar, been the fashion daring the whole of Mr. Buchanan's term, there is no reason why swindling should not be added at its close. UNEXPECTED REBUKE. Two noticeable extracts, in the telegraph ic column, from the Charleston paper**, will not, we hope, escape the attention of our readers. They will shame ihc doughfaces of the North, if nothing else am, into :i stale of semi-deccncy, from which, in their discussion of political affairs, they have so widely departed. Charleston unquestiona bly believes in disunion; hut, though trai torous, sho has yet a commendable pride in the good name of all Americans, and wc arc glad that two of her principal journal.; have thought fit lo rebuke, even though mildly, the servility that the Josh. Hcniy.; of New York arc willing to display for the sake of the profits on diy goods. Hit ’em again; they deserve it! RECEIPTS AT CHICAGO. The following table shows the receipts of Flour and Grain in this city during tbo mouth of October, as posted on ’Change, day by day: receipts op flour and grain is octodep. Oct. Flour. Wheat, Corn, Oats, Rye. Barfy. b:H. bn. bu. bn. i»u. bn. 1 4.529 133.819 21,857 20.2C3 653 3U.621 145.763 33.»J7 £1.233 3.2*5 7.591 3 2.525 126.344 2 8.545 7.829 1.371 6.25J 4 3.646 142.7 m) 24,235 D.G53 1.873 7,654 r.....3.*6i U7.151 slkio 6.952 2.054 g.ij?.» 6 3.H37 126.637 29.472 7.198 2.M7 9.2U, 7....-8.400 139.499 49.167 14.M4 1,635 9.UM « 8.74 155,746 62.368 81.471 4.051 11.571 20. ...4.W1 108.1*05 87.4413 21,050 2.251 5,421 11 3.534 151.700 37.005 7M *2l) 7.77-J 12. 3.141 160.772 33.U7U 11.969 1.634 6.6-I* 33 3.493 347.796 51,275 6.4K) 1.«55 3.1-9 14 4.604 151.7t»t 52.283 JWB3 8,027 3,1*3* 16.. ...4.213 234,635 29.406 19.1(8 3.191 4.K21 17 3.64) ]47,ii<i2 32,995 15.700 J.9U 3.667 18 3,956 142.043 41.86$ 13.839 4.570 6.511 19 3,065 1iG.410 41.049 6.059 8.371 3.511 20 3.614 141,018 29.504 7.235 4,373 3.375 21 4.860 122.i»6 49.026 7.7 M 5,145 7.75) 22.. ...4.480 120.337 28.606 17.910 1.630 5.911 23. ...0.C34 00.064 18.076 4.1U1 2.H51 2.572 85 3.819 112.514 39.U34 6,R*4 3.»tt 7.5-11 26 4,704 80.657 31.289 5.958 l.Sil 4.05! 87 3.081 29.151 27.700 12.7*4 4.078 0.325 81 4.05 l 79.610 :.7.1fe9 4,130 0.631 2.lTi :sl 3.870 71.642 35.210 0.370 2.114 7.531 SI 4.407 C 8.363 11.333 6.329 2.7TG 1.573 T0ta1.111.361 3,481.453 917,708 299.772 73.122 163.913 Reducing the flour to bushels, the re ceipts of wheat during the month of Octo ber amount to 4,038,273 bushels, against 0,50 D,530 bushels in September, tmd 3,332,- 412 bushels in August. The total receipts of wheat (including flour) since the Ist of August amount to 11,180,221 bushels, sgainst 7,227,690 bush els received during the same period in 1859. The following table shows the comparison with former years: RECEIPTS OF WHEAT (INCLUDING FLOUR) DURING AUGUST, SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER, FOR FIVE TEARS. From the above it will be seen that the receipts of wheat during the past three months arc larger by four million hu*hch than during the corresponding period in any previous year of our lu.slory. The total receipts of all kinds of grain (including flour) since the Ist of August amount to 16,144*569 bushels. This is without any doubt the largest amount of grain ever received in three months in any market on the face of the globe. Tkc Question to I>ccldc. Shall the present political excitement be set tled next Tuesday by the people, or shall the ypftkjng of a President be thrown into Con gress, and the nation be kept in an uproar for six months longer? Shall the treasonable dis union howl cease in five days-from now, or shall it be protracted ail winter? Those who want to have the canvass closed up and quiet restored to the public mind, will vote for Lin coln. Those who desire to fling a fire-brand into Congress and play Into the hands of the -fire-eaters, will vote against -Lincoln. No can didate has the slightest chance of being elected nest Tncsdaj except Old Abe. It is either Lincoln by the people, or disunion plots, panic and excitement until nexupring. Choose ye. Pennsylvania to New York. To the Editor of tbe N. Y. Tribanc. Sib ; Alleghany county, at our late election, gave Curtin the target majority: G.CBO total vote, 24.989. Tioga county gave the largest proportionate majority: 2,B2&—over 31-2 Cur tin to 1 Foster; total vote, 5,408. They both promise to do better for Lincoln. Is there any county In New York, New Jer sey, Indiana, JUinoU, or Ohio that dare take up this pair of Lincoln Gloves. Winnebago, Boone, DeKalb, Luke, Kendall, and Carroll boys, what do you say? Can’t you give a larger per cent, of votes for Old Abe than Tioga? ®i * ' ' fT' *i tytiCftA# mSSOk CLrtP VOLUME XIV. TWO PRESSING WANTS. The fire at Lill & Divcrecy’s Brewery last Friday evening, proved most conclu sively, first, the necessity for the introduc tion of the Fire Alarm Telegraph in this city; and secondly, the want of at least four more Steam Fire Engines to be added to the Fire Department Large manufacturing establishments of every kind must be situated remote from the center of the city. Most of these, from their, nature, arc . more liable to take fire than other classes of bbildings, and to bum more rapidly when ignited; so that unless means of extinguishing flames arc soon on the spot, the chances of saving them are small indeed. This is illustrated by the case before us. LUI & Divcrscy’s Brewery is far from the center of the city, and, con sequently, although Hr. Lill promptly sent a horseman to the Court House and to each of the engine houses, yet the fire acquired such headway before the arrival of the steamers, that, for a long lime, it was doubtful whether the Arc would be extin guished or the building destroyed. Kbw it is often impossible to to dispatch a horse man for assistance, and the firemen gener ally remain in ignorance of the existence of a fire until tiic flame' and smoke get large enough to be dcsccmible by. the Court House look-out, and the alarm is sounded by him. This tardy alarm merely indicates a certain “district,'’ which district may cover a space of two or three square miles, and the Arc engines rush off to hunt vp the fire. How infinitely su perior to this system is the telegraph, which communicates to each engine house tiic exact spot that is the scene of conflagration, with instantaneous quickness and precision. We are behind the age in suffering such an improvement to exist without adopting it in our own city. In Paris, the third city of the world in size, a large fire occurs hardly once a year; for the reason that a police, the most numer ous, best disciplined and most effective of any city in the world, by being constantly on the watch,preoewf fires by extinguishing them at their commencement, and thus saving damage by water as well as fire. Let us, also, apply pretention as well as we we may. Chicago cannot have such a po lice as has Paris, for its annual cost is over §3,000,000, and it would be better to suffer the ravages of fire Ilian such a tax. But at an expense of perhaps $25,000, we could introduce the Fire Telegraph, which would answer our purpose nearly as well. Its cost, like that of the Steam Engines, would be more than saved to the city in one year, in the lessened damage by fires, and in re duced rites of insurance. Let no one, then, object to it on the score of economy. The system has been established in the cities of Boston, New Orleans and St. Louis, in all of which it has proved a complete success. Let Chicago imitate their example and also adopt it without delay. We have now six steam engines. It was apparent to every one who was a specta tor, that this number was insufficient for the fire of Friday evening last, owing to the great size of the building; and yet we have hundreds of buildings as large or larger. While the steamers were fighting the flames on the south side of the brewery and in front, Ibe fire gained rapidly on the opposite side and ate its wav in the rear, toward the other structures, threatening to consume the entire pile of buildings some four hundred feet in length; so that sev eral hose-pipes had to be removed from stations where they were doing good ser vice, to openings on the north side and at the rear. Again, while the fire was being subdued in the lower part of ibe building, it crept into the upper stories and burst through the root enveloping three of the wooden structures on the top, horning un resisted until two of the pipes could he spared from other parts of the building. It was only by the most judicious and repeat ed changes of the streams, on the pari of the Chief Engineer, that the doubtful con flict was at length decided in favor of the firemen, after the conflagration had lasted over two hours. At least four more en gines were needed at Bus fire, and are needed every week in the city. Suppose that a fire had broken out in another quar ter; the withdrawal of a single engine must have placed U»c brewery in great danger of total destruction. Had there been ten c;ty instead of six, and had there been the Fire Telegraph to indicate the scene of danger instantaneously and witli precision, the damage from this fire would probably not ‘have amounted to more tiian one third of what it did. .Not. 1 .Nov. 2 .Nov'ber 1 .Nov'bcr 2 /Nov. 1 .Nor. 2 .Nor. 3 .Nor. 5 .NOV. 1 .Nov. 2 .Nov. 3 Chicago needs an increase of the Steam Fire Department, and the establishment of the Fire Alarm Telegraph. Sliall these two necessities be supplied V From Washington, [Special Dispatch to the New York Tribune.] Monday, October 29, 1860. A PRESIDENCY TOR MR. BRECKINRIDGE. It must have been surprising to many that Mr. Breckinridge, though he has not the slight est hope of being elected, either by the people or by Congress, should have sacrificed himself and his future fora mere nomination. But it appears now that he has been promised by the disunionists that he shall be President, if not of the United States,at least ofa Southern Re public. It is on account of that promise that lie has not answered the Norfolk questions.— Mr. Buchanan sanctions the scheme, and he will make over loiliedisuu;oni=ts thenrehives, trcas«ry,ori«y aad navy, as soon as the disso lution takes place. It is supposed by them that Mr. Breckinridge will cany the fifteen Southern States. THE FATE OF DISUNIONIBTB SOUTH. Southern gentleman admit that if only the Northern people will quietly await the action of the dlsuuionists and not stir the flames by Interference, there will be an uprising of the conservative masses in the South that will sweep the disunionbds out of existence. Secretary Cobb goes about openly avowing treasonable purposes, threatening Disunion and Revolution. Would it not be more de cent for him first to resign his office and re lieve himself of the oath which specially binds bun to support the Federal Constitution ? But as he docs not resign, is it not the plain duty of Mr. Buchanan to dismiss him at once ? Can it be possible that the latter Is willing to be Implicated in the treason of his subordinate ? Barbels. .11.5N).251 . 7.527.«« . . . 6.682,486 Stocks In Sew York. [From the Tribune of Tuesday.] The stock market this morning, although irregular, exhibited a more cheerful tone than last week, with a chuck to its downward ten dency, which grew in the latter jmrt of the day Into a sharp rally. The disunion alarmists ap pear to have exhausted, lor the time at least, Iheir influence ujKm holders of stocks, while the low* points touched by many of the leading railroad shares have brought in a large num ber of new buyers for cash. The improvement of the day was assisted by’the purchases of some of the prominent bears, who appeared to think that the time to cover short 3 had ar rived. The commission-houses had a large amount of orders, of which those on time were very difficult to execute, excepting at uonsnal diflcrcnccs from cash. The supply of stocks In the street, of several descriptions, Is quite small, and deliveries are made with difficulty. The attack of the bears was much less vigor ous than during the last week, the aid and com fort of the Secretary of the Treasmy having been withdrawn by his return to 'Washington. Kicking Back. A prominent shipbuilder, hitherto a Demo crat, and who has contributed to the funds of the It, S. & T. Fusion Committee, yesterday declared that he could stand it no longer, but should vote for Honest Abe Lincoln. - In the judgment of this independent and Influential mechanic, when men like Gov.'Cobb and other leaders of the Democratic party not only de clare themselves Dlannionists, but engage in a gigantic stock speculation like the Wall-street panic with a view to frighten voters and enrich a few political gamblers, it is time for honest citizens of ail shades of opinion to unite to put them down. The only way to do this in the present instance is to vote for Lincoln and Hamlin. That is just what our Democratic shipbuilder has dctennlncdto do.-— N, Y. Trib. Oct 30. . Naturalizations for the next election have closed at New York City, and a total of <5,800 citizens have been made. Badly Burnt. We are sorry to hear that the Douglas lead ers in this State have been terrible sufferers by (be stock panic which Mr. Cobb, Mr. Schell, and their fellow plotters have cot up in Wall street. Van Scbalck, the broker, who ex ploded on Saturday was the confidential stock agent of the Donglas men. Their losses arc understood to be enormous. It was too bad of Cobb & Co. to take such vengeance on their ancient foes. They ought, at least now that fusion and harmony are the order of the day, to have given them warning of their final dodge, before it was too late. It Is surprising how merciless and unforgiving Is the hate of the Disunion managers for (he Donglas Softs. But punishing them in the stock market, after this style, Is really too bad. — X. Y. Trib. t Oct. 30. THE CITY. Auction Sales this morning. Superior furniture, bedsteads and housekeeping goods, at 9# o'clock, by Gilbert A .Sampson, Auc tioneers. Election Places. The places of holding the election In the various wards of Chicago were fixed as follows by the Council: First Ward—Garrett Block, comer of State and Randolph streets. Second Ward—Engine House No. 1. Third Ward—Sheriff's Office, Conrt House. Fourth Ward—Engine House No. 2, comer Wash ington and Franklin streets. Fifth Ward— l Old Engine House, comer of Clin ton and Washington streets. Sixth Ward—Henry Smith's Block, comer of HQ wankec arenne and Dcsplaincs street. Seventh Ward—Northwest comer of Wells street and Chicago arenne. Eight Ward—North Market Hall. Ninth Ward—Carpenter shop on Case street, be tween North Water and Klnrle streets. Tenth Ward—Martin Sboup's Land Office, comer of Twelfth and Clinton streets. Cellular.— There are thirty inmates in the Cook County JalL py Aid. Jones was knocked down and run over by a hose cart at tbc fire onTuesday after- noon. Home Again.— We see on our streets sever al returned Pike’s Pcokers. Among them Aid. Jacob Harris “ come to stay.” Sotthern Lights.— The Southern skies were aglow last evening with the light from vast prairie fires in that direction. Commencement Day at Garrett Bibli cal Institute.— To-day take place the Com mencement exercises at Garrett Biblical Insti tute at Evanston. Cushman’s Soirees.—The Cushman concert for the benefit of settlers of Kansas, takes place this evening at Kingsbniy HalL Also, tomorrow and Saturday evening. Es»"Sce advertisement of scholarship for sale to any person desiring to perfect them selves in book-keeping, penmanship, &c. This is a rare opportunity. pjy We arc happy to learn that the condi tion ofHeniy £. Hamilton, wounded in a late gunning excursion, was yesterday more favor able. Patent to a Chicago Mechanic.— A pa tent dated Oct 23d, has been Issued to J. B. Wheeler, a young Chicago mechanic, for a Grain Diycr and Cooler, possessing important novelties of construction. The Weather Yesterday was a sullen part ing of a month that has been lavish in smiles. Don’t wonder October was sad at leaving. He seemed to have enjoyed himself daring most of his time. l&T Eclectic for November, Beadle’s Dime Novel, No. 10, mastrated London News, Times, Punch, and Once a Week, for OcL 13, and a new supply of Stedman’s poem, 44 The Prince’s Ball,” have been received by McNally & Co., 81 Dearborn street. Medical Department of Lind Universi ty.—We learn that a class of thirty, represent ingthc various States of the Northwest, arc pursuing tbeir professional studies in this flourishing medical scbooL Two of these stu dents arc from Oregon. Chicago Mechanics’ Institute.—The medals, diplomas, and certificates awarded at the late 10th Annual Exhibition and Fair of tbo Institute, arc now ready for distribution and can be had by calling at the rooms of the Institute, No. 122 South Clark street, between tbc hours of 2 and 4 o’clock, r. m. Not Mbs. Garth. —Tbc body found at Ev anston a few days since ami believed to have been recognized as tint of Mrs. Wm. Garth, turns out to be that of a Mrs. Grady of Mil waukee, to which place it has been forwarded. The other body found at the same time with the above has been identified 07 tint of Mar garet Abern of Milwaukee. The Michigan Apple Trade.— The receipts of apples in tins city from Michigan by tbc Michigan Central Railroad for 1859, were 56,- 000 barrels. Already this season receipts by this road have reached 48,000 barrels, orßo,ooo during the month Just dosed. Last year No vember was the month of largest receipt as it must prove this year, from which a very large total may be cushy foreseen. The Excelsiors to-night at Metropoli tan Hall. —The Excelsior Wide-Awakes de serve a full house to-night at Metropolitan Uall in their double programme, in two sepa rate and distinct concerts—a Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert, and a Grand Promen ade Concert. The entire Light Gnard and Great Western Bands, and other distinguished talent arc engaged. Ruffianly Act. —We learn that the little son of a German named Jansen, residing on Milwaukee avenue, near the Elston Road, was seriously stabbed in the neck while sitting In his father's door by a man who came running dowd the street. The cause of the outrage and the name of the perpetrator arc alike un known, but the boy at last accounts was lying in a critical condition. Knavish Wore. —Onr city is infested by purveyors to the old junk business, who are kccn-sccntcd for old copper lead and brass. The family of Mr. Cobb, on Michigan avenue, came near being the sufferers by such rapacity a few nights ago, when some scoundrel wrenched otf the gas faucets in the area, thereby filling the bonse full of gas. The chil dren who slept In the upper part of the house were found nearly senseless. The Littlefield Coal Burner, —lt is a strong proof of the popularity of the Little field Coal Burners and Parlor Furnaces, the fact that out of thirty-four just being received, at Van Sciiaack’a Housekeeper’s Emporium, No. 47 Slate street, seventeen arc already sold to go at once Into “ our best society.”. They arc being appreciated, and every one in use creates a demand for others. Call and sec them in operation as above. Hallows I ®?.— Last night was Hallowe'en, eve big with prophecy In Scottish lays and le gends. Those genial little people, the fairies, used to be out in force, on this their grand an niversary, and besides doing up a general job of frolic on their own account lend a gener ous band to the merry mskings and harmless soothsaying* of the country folk. Did lad or loss wish to read the future, especially that part o. their tatc, that showed them that per son, If any one, was to be their spouse, it was worth six znocths waiting to read the augury amid the frolics and junketing of Hal lowe'en. Brought Back to Justice. — A man named Cornell has been brought back to this city from Michigan, and lodged in jail here to an swer to a charge of stealing a package of SOSO from a drover at UUch's Hotel He was sitting in the bar-room some days ago and saw a dro ver come in and hand the package to the bar keeper to be deposited in the safe. The name of tho depositor and amount of deposit were stated in Cornell's hearing, to which he ap plied Capt. Cattle's rale, “When found make note of" He proposed to himself to make a sight draft on that package, and did so, for watching the opportunity when another assist ant replaced the barkeeper, he walked,boldly up and said he “ might ns well take the money he left in the safe," giving name and amount. The person addressed, thoroughly blinded, handed over the money, with which Cornell decamped, not allowing grass to grow under his feet, In that vicinity. The barkeeper who knew him traced him, into Michigan, found him at his home, and brought him to this city. He is in a fair way to make himself a special deposit He has been twice in onr jail and once sent to the Penitentiary from this city. CHICAGO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1860. Illinois State Homeopathic Medical As* soclatfon. The Sixth annual meeting of the above flour ishing society will begin at Dixon, 111., on Wednesday, the 7th proximo, at 10 A. M., and will continue two days. There will be two annual addresses delivered, the first by enr well known fellow-citizen, Prof. N. F. Cooke* M. D., and the second by Prof E. A. Gnllbcrt, 3L D., of Dubuque, lowa. Members and can didates will rendezvous at the Nachusa House, where one of the Committee of Arrangements will receive them. The usual annual banquet will occur on the last evening of the meeting. The occasion promises to be one of unusual in terest we are Informed. Combination Car* A company of railroad men and editors -will make an excursion at 2.30 P. M. to-day, on the Chicago and Ft Wayne Road, returning in the evening. The trip -will be made on the new combination car, "which comprises a locomo tive, tender, baggage and passenger car, all in one. A good time is expected. All invited are expected to be promptly on hand at the hour mentioned. It is of a pattern which relieves a train de signed for light loads of passengers over short routes, from carrying “ dead weight,” and Is thus a great economizer of rolling stock and fuel. One of this class of cars has been in use overtho P. Ft W. & Chicago line between this city and the Junction for some months past. Several of them arc In use at the Fast and working with successful results. A Canine Fireman. Dogs have a natural propensity for excite ment, and easily full in love with 44 running with the machine.”, At all our engine-houses dogs are favorites. One at thebonscof steam er U. P. Harris on West Lake street deserves to be in pay of the city. He is a dog of the fire alarm order, truly. Not the most distant alarm bdl in the city can tintinabulate in the depths of the stormiest night, but it finds him up and dressed, long before any cars than his on the premises can catch the sound. He goes scurrying round, bites the somnolent horses, frisks in among the bunkers, and keeps up bis disturbance until he sees the whole force in the streets. Then he giveth a parting bark as who should say, “There, I’ve done my duty, now go and do yours,” and he goes to bed again. On Sunday night last this dog got up an especial disturbance on the least apparent de mand. Nobody heard a bell or a hoof astir outside, but the dog insisted and kept up Ills racket, threatening to go thirty distracted and do something rash, if they did not up andaway to that fire. They swore at him, but be wonld’nt be still even under oath, turned him out of the house as a nuisance, and still be howled, and plead in a doggish way to be be lieved. Finally, on the sole authority qf that dog —fact, madam, the horses were put to, and the whole force wheeled into the street, and heard for the first time the North Market bell ringing. A South wind was blowing at the time, and tbc sound came faintly, too lointly to call ont the other machines on the South and West Divisions, so the steamer U. P. Har ris came in gallantly to help in putting out the small fire on North Clark street, near Huron —and all through the vigilance of that dog. Wc vote him a new collar and fresh meat eve ry day in the week for the term of his natural life. ’TIs a good dog. M-u-r-d-e-r-r-r ! I !—Thcyarckccn scent ed, onr neighbors of tbc Titues and Herald , and have snuffed out on exceedingly short no tice and vety cold scent a 44 RcpuJAiean, attempt to MurderP 1 Oh, oh, do 30U hCar that ? Worse than screaming banshees that never hurt any body, here is a coil— 44 Listen to it” It seems that a Lyons brewer living on West Handolph street was visited by the Unwinkablcs, a Squattcritc organization. Mr. Miller who makes excellent lager, proposed to treat his guests to some of that same. Here is where the 44 murder ” comes in. 44 listen to it” Not having accommodations in his o wnhouse to entertain them, he invited the Invincible* into a beer-liali, near by, where they were en tertained in a manner evincing the liberality and social excellence of the gentleman men tioned. While thus engaged indoors, some scoundrel Republicans opened a trap-door in the sidewalk, just before the door, and into which any who came out must inevitably have plunged, had it not been discovered in time to prevent such a catastrophe. An “ attempt to murder,” surely, for the sidewalk at that place must be about twenty inches high. We suppose the suspicion fasten ed upon “Republicans” is tolerably well jus tified by the known propensityof Squatterites and Unwinkablcs never to be outside whenfrec drinks arc to behad within; luckily this'pro pensity on this occasion kept them within for a liberal “spaccof period,” and so they escaped the twenty-inch abyss. The T. & 11. naively adds: “We trust their their names will be discovered and full justice meted out” Well, so do we, and by the way, would It not be better to wait until just about that time before aunouncing them as ReputAi cansi Perhaps that beer-saloon Is of the mooted pattern, nud the proprietor, when free drinks arc on the board raises a draw-bridge. We do not know that anything since the dis tressing fatality in “Blue Jtuin , or the Pink Bobber's Omr,” by Cylvanus Sobb, has ever curdled our blood more severely In the same brief time, than this fearful attempt to get up a murder —in the Times and Herald office. A Female Inebriate Commits Suicide.— Coroner James was called yesterday to hold an !nqncst at the Magdalen Asylum, on the comer of Hill and North Market streets, upon the body of a woman of intemperate habits, named Rosanna Delauy, who killed herself on Tuesday night by jumping from the third story window of that building while laboring under an attack of delirium tremens. The deceased has long been known os a no* torious woman. She was about fifty years of age, and leaves a woman and two children. She came to the Asylum last Saturday, in a drunken condition. She was admitted, and eared for iu a kindly manner by the Sisters of the institution. Once or twice since that time she desired to go out, and upon her protesta, lions that she would not drink anything, she was allowed. Tuesday evening, she went to her honse, a short distance from the Asylum, and on her return brought with her a rope, which she laid at the foot of her bed. As she was evidently suffering from ddiriwn tremens, the Lady Su perior, fearful that she might commit violence, removed it She was watched very closely, but in spite of their vigilance, managed to end her existence as stated. A Private Rehearsal at Xenia's.—Tbc Banshee screamed horribly at North's Demo cratic Theatre last evening, Gov. McComas twisting the animal's tail, and like a Spanish bolero at abull-fightpdtlngpoorßanahccwUh little paper torpedoes from his Southern ex changes. Dick Merrick dissolved the Union !n briny tears; was bard on the colored person. Dick offered to carve np the American Eagle, and asked the audience If they preferred white meat or dark. There were six ladies in the house. The Iminclblcs were present, but could not be kept from backsliding to the bar at tho rear of the theatre. After the dismal iarcc was over, the Invinclblcs came np South Clark street in tbc drizzling rain, an asthmatic fifer playing “There’s no luck about the house,” which no one will dispute. Poor fel low, it will all be over in a week. Lightning os Shipboard.— Electricity trav els faster than a schooner, whoever her build ers were. So when one Edward Fuller, who committed burglary at Grand Rapids, Mich., trusted himself and fortunes to the fore and after HbfeAesfcr, for Chicago, he did not re member how lightning might ran round the lake and head him off, but it did so neverthe less, and when Mr. Fuller got ready to step from the vessel upon our docks, Officers Wil liams and Douglas were waiting for him. He smelt a rat and tried to hide on board bnt it was no use. He has been sent back to Michi gan. Cashier Appointed for the Marine Bank. —Wo cut the following from the Milwaukee Sentinel of yesterday morning: Mr. Hamilton G. Dox, late cashier of the Bank of Milwaukee, has accepted the appoint ment of Cashier In the Marine Bank, Chicago We regret to part with Sir. Dox, who has made many friends In our city by his business tal ents and attractive social qualities. fed" Attention is invited to the advertise ment of Mr. Losslng In another column. Post Office matter*. Postmaster Cook announces that according tousage,tbc office ■will open dai£, except Sun days, at 8 o’clock in the morning, Instead of 7 o’clock, on and after Novembir Ist, and in view of moving to the new poaj office build ing, will close at 8 o’clock P. M. instead of 10 P. M., on and after same dato till farther notice On Sundays the office will open at 8.80 A. M., and close at 10.15 A. M. for the day. Notice to the Public. —Correspondents wilt please observe that by direction of the Postmaster Gencral,lcttcrs on tchleh the postage is not prepaid "by United States postage stamps of sufficient value to prepay, dropped into this office for transmission by mail, will bo hereaf ter immediately sent to the Dead Letter office at "Washington. Persons, therefore, ffiould avoid the common practice of i-ostage stamps before using them, thus reduitog the gum, or destroying its adhesive properties; and they should also use the additional care to see that the stamps arc firmly attached to the envelopes Just before dropping them is the of fic to be mailed. The public will also observe Hint thcaffixing of a blue (one cent) stomp to a letter is not the prepayment of a letter rate, and that therefore all such letters will be regarded as unpaid, and treated accordingly. Letters addressed to foreign countries on which prepayment is required? most be pre paid the full amount, otherwise os part-pay ment is recognized, such letters will also be forwarded to Washington to the Dead Letter Office at once. L Coos, P. M. Bread fob Kansas.— Messrs, Editors: —For- ty dollars is hereby gratefully acknowledged from W. H, Price, Esq*, Ottawa, per Messrs. Gage Bro. & Drake, to buy food'for thp needy in Kansas. Ten barrelsfineflonVwefcehippcd from Qnlncy, purchased therewith, to he dis tributed ot once to the most deserving. Do nations through the “ City Mission” go direct f o the most urgent coses, and without reduc tion for expenses or otherwise, }Any clothing, flour, or money, left with J. C. Fargo, Esq., at the American Express Company, will be dis patched at once. E. B. Tuttle, City Missionary, 00 North Franklin street. The Courts.— The Courts are very dull United States Court busy with the intermina ble ejectment suits. Superior CourtT not in session. Circuit Court turned into o'medical school, and Jurors and gapiug lookers-on get ting a full course in obstetrics,"-as the Fisher- Stone slander suit drags its slow length along. A Loafing Paradox.— lt is true that 41 half a loaf is better than no bread,” but many a chap has before now found all loaf no bread. Republican* Attend 3 A meeting of the Republicans wUI bo held st North Market Hall, on Friday evening, at which good speaking, good singing, and a good tliJfc gen crally, may be expected. • « By order of Committee. Grand Rally on North Weils street.— The Seward Club, one of tbc most spirited of onr city organizations, propose to raise a Lincoln and Ham lin pole on the corner of North Wells and Division streets, at 5 o'clock F. a*, to-day. Speaking in Ger man and English. Let there be a good turnout. X3T Republicans of North Chicago will meet «t 147 North Clark street this, Thursday, evening lo listen to speeches from Hon. Wm. B. Ogden, Hon. I. N. Arnold, Carlos Raven, A. C. Hssslng, Uomcr WDmarth and others. Short Stirling speeches will be the order of the evening. Republicans I .turn out in mass, and let na have a roaser. J. J. Richards, Prds't. J. Atwater, Sec’y. Last Call,— A great mass meeting of the citi zens of the Tenth Ward will be held atNlemeycn,* Hall, on Canal street, on Thursday evening, Nov. Ist, at seven o’clock. A fall band has been en gaged. The Wide Awakes will drill in front of the Hall. All the other Wide Awakes have been spe cially invited to be present. The following speak ers and candidates have been specially invited and arc expected to be present Hon. William B. Og den, A. C. Hcesiag, Hon. Isaac N- Arnold, S. M. Wilson, William L. Church, H. Kreisman, Carles Haven, B. H. Brnns, J. Y. Scammon, William H. Brown, Uomcr Wilmarlh. As this is to be tliclart meeting In the ward, let the people torn oat and sec tbc men they vote for. U. N. Fiusbie, Pres’t Com, Com. Max Schuler, Secretary. * Attention Excelsior Wide Awakbs!— Don't forgot our Promenade Concerts %t Metropolitan Hall to-night. ' CtMue early and bring >our ladle'*. Those who have not got their cape can get them nt the Halt Be prepared to return your tickets. Josiah Bnoss, Cap’t. BnzcKiNnmoE and Lan£.—An adjourned meet ing of tbo friends of Breckinridge and Lane will be held at their Headquarters on tbc northeast corm r of Dearborn and Washington streets, on thl. j . Thursday evening, November Ist, at 8 o'clock, when a full attendance la particularly requested. By order of Tns Hickory Club. John Jones’s, 119 Dearborn street, and get your clothes cleaned and repaired. They will be well done, and at prices to suit the times. That rubber moulding for the sides of win dows and doors prevents damming, rattling, rain and cold, and will save ten times its cost. Fcr sale at No 4 Kingsbury Block, np stairs. Lost.—A note on the Boone County Bank of In diana, for $*30.00, endorsed by C. Summcrfleld. $5 will be paid to the finder if delivered to the care of “A. M.,” Democrat office. Hissing Wonax. —A Scotch woman named Ellen Taylor, about fifty years of age, croas-cycd, stout built, and about five and a half feet in height, is missing. She has formerly been at workfor James W. Scoville at Uarlem, and came into Chicago on Thursday last to do some shopping. Since that time no tidings have been heard from her. Any Information will be gratefully received by J. W. Scoville, at P. W. Gates &, Co.’s. pT Bazin’s. Wright’s, Hand's & Bogie’s ele gant Shaving Creams and Soaps, just received by Sargent, Apothecary, cor Randolph and Statc-sts. Chemical Ink Eaiaen.—A new article especial ly adapted for the counting bonce artists’ use. It will inetantly remove Ink stains of recent or long standing, wlthont scratching or injuring the paper. For sale In single boxes for S3 cents at the Rubber Store, 115 Randolph street, Kingsbury block. novl-Ct Editors Ritual New Yorker.— Seeing an In quiry In the Rural for a cure for that distressing disease, the Asthma, I wrote to let the inquirer know what has almost entirely cured me. I have had the spasmodic asthma fifteen years, and never fonnd any medicine that wonld prevent an attack when It was coming on. until I commenced taking Jonas Whitcomb’s Remedy for Asthma, Ross Cold and Hay Fever. I commenced taking this remedy eighteen months ago, and hare not bad a severe paroxysm since. I also nsc saltpeter paper. Salt peter 1? present relief, but no cure. Whitcomb’s Remedy has done for me all that it is - recommend ed to do. I take it according to directions—a tea spoonfnl instead of a table-spoonful. It is prepared by Joseph Burnett & Co., Boston, Mass. Price one dollar per bottle. Sauiu Sezlt. Eddttown, Yates Co., X. T. ocStthilm Cv7~AU should cot fall to read the advertise ment of Prof. Wood in to-day’* paper. seMy. 'ALL BIGHT! “ Philadelphia. Oct. SO, 16C0. L, Cornell & Co.. 133 Lake street, Chicago We are licensed; will forward paper* immediately to yon. Taggart A Farr." This telegram simply takes the rpring out of the traps , a little too hastily set (In a late Tribune, and by lettars to stolen addresses.) by some youcg and precipitate agents of other machines, to catch oar trade and customers. Wcmayadd, that *‘wc still live,** and sell the licensed Taggart «t Farr Patent Sewing Machines, at 133 Lake street, np stairs. L. Cornell & Co. novl-St MARRIED . In this dty, on the morning of Oct 51sL by the Rev, J. H. Tuttle, Mr. JACOB J. RUBY and Mbs SARAII WHEELER, daughter ol Henry W. Wheeler, ofSharon, McHenry County. 111. On the2slli Inst, at the residence of thebrlde’s father, by the Rev. J. >l, Clark, WILLS LAKE, Esq- of Chi cago and IRENE TROWBRIDGE, dsagter of B. D Noxon, Esq, of Syracuse. DIED On Wednesday afternoon, at S o’clock. WILLIAM 11. BELL, agedSycarsand Smooth?. HU funeral will take place from the residence of his father. Dr. Bell, 205 HUoofa street, Thursday afternoon, at 3 o’clock. The ftlends of the family arc Invited to attend. In this city. Oct. 30th, from Dlplherlx FRANK EL LIOT, only eon of Ida and Charles M. Reese, aged live yean and two mouths. (Scucral Notices. ATONEY TO LOAN—at Ten per X»JL Cent, for five years, on Beal Estate In this dty and adjoining counties. Commercial Paper Wanted. B. F. DOWNING & CO- 8u and S3 Clark St. AfISS KATE CAMERON HAS XtX returned from the East and has opened her school of Pointing at 179 Clark street In Warren * Co*s Music Rooms, where she will receive her old Pupils and those wishing to take lesson* In Oil Painting and Pencil Drawing. ocaQxSC SPIRITUAL aLVNIFESTA TIOSS.-Vl** ADA L, HOYT. Writing and Rap ping Test Medium, will give sittings for the Investlga. tlon of these phenomena, from I A. M. to 8 P. it- at No. St South Des Plaines street. Terms, |i an hour for one or two persona. oclSzSw Neto Slfcbertisements. C. n. SCBIYEX, Advertising Agent, 63 Dear born tt ., is authorized to receive Advertisements for this and all the Leading Papers of the ydrihtesst. XfOR SALE.—A Life Scholarship X in Sloan's celebrated Commercial College. Ap ply at this office. noixSt T OST.—A Porte-Monnaie contain- JL J In* papers with my name attached, which can be of no valae to the finder. Also, a small sum of money which the tinder may retain for the trouble of return, lug me the papers. W. TILLXNOHAST, 57 Edina Place. uoln3Bß-gt OTRAYED—From the Stable of lO the subscriber. No. 131 Klnrle street. North Bide, a BayHcrre, 8 year* old. 15 S-4 bands high, long tall. m«in ban been robbed off, la thin lo flesh and poorly shod. Whoever will return the above hone will be liberally rewarded. JOHN HOWES. Hoarding and Sale Stable. ISI Klnrle street. nolxCt Between Well* and La Salle. T7OTJND. —A Breast Pin, which the JU owner can bare on application at IS) Klnzle st, by paying for this notice. nolxlt <£l PER GALLON FOR 55 JL Downer's Genuine Boston Kerosene OU. .Also, a large variety of KEROSENE LAMPS At very low prices at GOSS 4 HOAG’S, nol-dSS-lw 33 North Clark street. WANTED— A Girl 10 to U years old. to take care of children. Call at 337 We‘*t Adams street. __£Olxll WANTED —To Grocers and Liquor Merchants.—A situation wanted by a Jonne man from Canada who has been brought up to leabotebusiness. Address Box39ii% Chicago. nolxSt WANTED —Employment as Teacher. AddrCP* 44 C. pj* 146 North Mor. gap *tre rt. Qbltago, notxSt ORGANIST.— A Young lady of \J some experience aa an organist, desire* to play In church; The only remuneration expected—use Of the organ and advantage* of practising with a food choir. AddrewORGANIST. P. t). Box 3A51. nolxlw T\TANTED —A young man twen- T Y ty-lbree year* of age. dCrtatoraed to bniiocsa, can write a good Land and caa speak tlie German lan guage, wlshe* a situation In a Dry Good* or Grocery Store. He has bad fOor years’ experience St the busi ness. He As In business at present bat wishes to change. Best ol references given. Address “WS.. A. D." at tills office. nolxfit T\r ANTED—A Furnished House. T T Wasted nntfl the lint of Mar a moderate sized Furnished House, with gas and modem convenience*, bam. An. The neighborhood of Michigan and Wabash avenues convenient to the State street Une.of cars, E referred. Rent must be low and will be oald monthly i advance. Adtirraa ** Hooker Box 1333, P. 0, Chl cago. DOIXTt <2l A REWARD. —Wanted infor 55XU tuition of THOMAS FLEMING, who Jeff Mr#. McLains School, on Bremer avenue. North Side, June 1300. The la>l heard of him wasstilolsteifl. He is seventeen years old, baa dark eyes and hair and freckled in the Uce, Any Information of him will be thankfully received by.hU mother, who will pay the above r sward, atNo.33Nevtn»«treet, doXxS; MBS. NO RAH FLEMING. T> ESIOVAL. —The subscriber has JLV removed to NO. 140 LAKE STREET, Where he is now opening a Urge sod choice stock of BLANK BOOKS and Stationery. _ . nol’CO-ly F. MUNSON, IIP lake street. AAA DRY GOODS.—To a eSO®V/UV responsible man living fifty to ono htfstred miles from Chicago on some of the Railroads, and who can give good reference and securttv if re quired, an opportunity is offered of a stock of goods and holiness man of means for partner living in Chi cago. Addrew* “Merchant." Box 3126. or apply to W$L A. BUTTERS. Auctioneer. Chicago. HI. nolxSt X\7ANTED— A First-Class Rcsi- T T deace on Michigan or Wabash avenue. Ad. dress I>. F. METCALF?P.O.Box 167. notxSt JP>OB MEDICESTAL PURPOSES. TUB rOLLOWIXO LIST OT WINES, BRANDIES, ETC., tVE WARRANT PURE AND GENUINE. We ke< p only such articles in this line as will command the approbation of the discriminating purchasers. BRANDIES. THOS. HIKE & CO„ OTABD. DUPUT & CO.. JAS. UENNESSY & CO,. PINET. CASTU/N & CO. WHISKIES. Crowe’s Old Bourbon, 1853. S. T. Suit’s Old Bourbon, 185-1. «« « « « 1850. «« u « « 1858. “ “ Old Bye. Mebun’s Irish. Ramsay's Scotch. PORT WINES. PURE JUICE. OLD QUEEN, ROYAL OPORTO • WINE CO. SHERRY M IXES. AMONTILADO, TOPAZ HARMONY. 8, STAB BRAND. - MADEIRA WINE. SOUTH BIDE. RUMS. JAMAICA, SANTA CRUZ. ALES. MUIR’S EDINBURGH. In pfn. JEFFRY'S SPARK LING, la pints. PORTERS. E. & I. BURKE'S DUBLIN. In p'ls and q'ls. R. B. BYASS* LONDON, tn p T t» and q'ls. SJISTSS &• JOiri’EJS, (Successors to Fenton & Co„) 94 - Lake Street • - 94 OPPOSITE THE TREMONT HOUSE, T R. STAFFORD’S FAMILY O • RECEIPT BOOK- ; Containing the Celebrated 100 Metropolitan Hotel Recipes, 150 OTHER NEW AND VALUABLE "RECIPES. The Metropolitan Hotel Recipes Have been obtained at an Immense expense, excln eircly f>r tM* Boot, and being copyrighted, they can not be found in any other publication. Read the Following ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF PURCHASE. ** Fer a valuable consideration, we have furnished to J. R. Stafford. Practical CheinDt, ONE HUNDRED of our CHOICEST RECIPES, the same being in con stant use In onr Hotel. The Recipes selected are those which are best adapted to the use of private fun- Idea. SIMEON LELAND L CO., Metropolitan Hotel, Broadway, N. Y." Ths Mctkopouta* Horn, or New Toes front whence these Receipts emanate, is one of the largest and beet kept Hotels la the world. They employ the hlehCKt European and American Art for preparing and adopting food to mans’ civilized condition. TIIIS METROPOLITAN HOTEL RECIPES teach how the common necesstde* of life may be prepared so as to render them attractive to the Eye. highly agree able to the Taste, and salted to ail Digestions. Price 12 Cents* FortaJeonlyby SMITH A DWYER, 91 Lake SL Chicago, nr Seat by mall on receipt of 4 three cent stamps. [noidoS'Llw] 'J'O THE AFFLICTED DBS. 11. ic C. KNAPP, Formerly of New York, have opened an Infirmary In Chicago, on a new system. which embraces the most approved methods—ln this and other countries—ot treating ALL Chronic Diseases, Consumption. Lsryn. cltls. Bronchitis Cancers Rheumatics Paralysis and ALL Female Diseases are special diseases treated In this Institution. They arc the only physicians in America who core CU3YATOBE AID WEAKNESS CF THE SPINE, which they do by a IN'E'W METHOD, And the Spinal Elevator invented and patented by them They core seven cues oat of ten. Aivrf Benefit aii. They treat ?ucce*f fully, on a new method, all dis eases of the EYE and EAR. CONSULTATION FREE. Office No. ITS South Clark street, opposite New Post Office. Hours from 8a.u.t09 p. n. anSTGO-ly SUPPLY OF TIMOTHY TITCOMB’S UJdW BOOR, MISS GILBERT’S AREER. PRICE, $1,135. For sale by W. B. KEEN, Bookseller, .LAKE STREET. No. 143. T OSSI'XG’S HISTORIES jj or tux United States, FOB SCHOOLS. ConifaUng of the Primary size at 00c. and a 12 mo. size at |LOO. PUBLISHED BT MASON BROTHERS, 5 & 7 Mercer St, H. Y. Sold bv D. B. COOKE A CO.. 11l Lake street, and W. B. KEEN, 115 Lake street. Chicago. The reputation of Benson J. Loosing os the author of the *’ Field Book of the Revolution** fa a sufficient guarantee for the great excellence and accuracy of hfa frfatory of the United States. Already bis School Bis. torlts ore quite extensively used throughout the eoun try. both in private and nubile schools. They are used In the schools of the cities of New York. Cincinnati, New Bedford, and many others of our larger towns and cities. In mechanical execution, la beauty and appropriate* ness of Illustration, we beUere they are unequaled. The admirable arrangement and classification of mat ter U a feature In which they are believed to excel. But the system of concordance. Interwoven with the foot notes in the 12mo.Flze of the History fa a new and most valuable feature, both to the teacher and the pupil. In view of these points of excellence, and others that will strike our one who examines the work, we feel no hesitation In claiming for Lowing*# School Bu torina of the United States a decided superiority over any other work of the kind yet published. MASON BROTHERS, Nos. 5 and 7 Mercer street. New York. For sole by D. B. COOKE A CO- 1U Lake street, and w. B, KEEN, 143 Lake.Btrcct, Chicago. nol-dSStt Neto Abbertiscments. T KINGSBURY HALL, oj— Thursday, Fridaj^d^Satnrday Evenings, Hot. 9TB. CtSHSAN Win commence bis series of Kansas Belief Concerts which will be continued in the principal dtie* of tlm Union for the next six months. Any article salted t<* the wants of the aafferers. or 25 cent*, will secure ad mission at the door. Concert will commence at 7 M o'clock. Doors open at 7. On Saturday evening a perfect report win be pub llcly made, and all the receipts and expenditures ena. derated. The balance of fund* will be lett la the hands of Rev. K. H. Tuttle, of the City Ministry; and the goods deposited with the American Express Co„ subject to the order of Thaddeas Hyatt. General Agent Kansas Relief Societv. It is hoped that the happy, good and prosperous people of Chicago will see that the above report Is . each that they wul be wUUne the entire world ahoald read it; and that their example may encourage other cities to - do likewise.” poiSBSL3t 140 - - Removal. - - 14© F. MUNSON Has removed his stock of Blank Books and Stationery TO 140 IiATIB BTHS2ST, Where he has new and Increased facilities fbr supplying every article of Stationery required In the OFFICE AND COUNTING ROOM. He will pay particular attention to getting up to order all kinds of BLAN K BOOKS of any desired rtyle of PBIXTIIB, RDLIBS AID BIIDIIB, * At short notice. porco-ty F. MUNSON, no Lake street. Downer’s Kerosene! At The LAMP AND OIL JE *fl JP OR IV Jfll 13 3 CLARK STREET. 200 Barrels DOWIvTER’S GENUINE EXTRA KEROSENE! In Warehouse and One Thousand Barrels in Transit. OIL ENOUGH FOR THE MILLION. THE COUNTRY DEMANDS A PUKE Article of Kerosene. DOWNER’S KEROSENE Is not Adulterated with Cheaper Fluids—ls Free from SMOKE OB ODOR. CHAS. L, NOBLE, SOU AGENT TOR CHICAGO, OF THE DOWNER KEROSENE OIL CO. CLOSING OUT SALE -OF Fall and Winter Goods A. T COST! Having Determined to Sell Out my ENTIRE STOCK OF Staple and Fancy Goods In the shortest possible time, 1 will commence oa THURSDAY, NOV, IST, And offer at cost my large stock of seasonable and at tractive poods. To convince the public that thU sale Is positive, and made to close np business, the prices of a lew goods ore here given: Best Merrimack Prints* - • - - - 10 eta. Lonsdale Bleached Cottons, - • 11X «• Best Styles Pacific lleLalnes, - - 18 cts. Printed EnglishMerlnoes, ••■socts. Alexander’s Kid Gloves, •••■ 90cts. EMBROIDERIES AND LACES AT HALF PRICE. Ladles* Skirts, 10 hoops, at ST cts. Ladles* Skirts, 30 hoops, tt 75 cts. Ladies* skirts SO hoops, at 1121-3 cU. Ladles* Skins, 40 hoops, at 150 cts. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. The Store win be doted at 7 o’clock la the evening af ter November Ist. T. B. OABTX3B. 136 Lake Street. 136 FDR PIKE’S PEAK.—The Snb icrlber having bad experience in Pike's Peak Quartz kilning, and owning good leads upon which to work. Is desirous of making arrangements with some party having capital, to take out machinery and outfit for mining purpose*. Good city reference given. Ad dress “ P. IV* Box 4C96, Chicago, P. O. oc27xlw ..No. 143 Host. STOLE X—From Buffalo Street last evening a Horse and Boggy. The bone 1* a small brown one. white face, short tall, and fa a little kune. The wagon fa new, painted black outside and lead color inside: the seat set up high on Iron support*, the harness fa light cue. with open bridal and breast plate, A suitable reward will be given by leaving Infor mation where they caa be found. WHITE ds CO- No. 331 Klnzle street. oc3lx3t (SI K REWARD.—Lost on Mon m) I fj day forenoon, Oct. 29th. between Indiana and Lake streets, a Pocket Book containing about ISO 1c blits, one |S gold piece, one note of |a3 on T. E. Cal ton. of White River. Mich., one check of 11AM. signed Joseph Dalton. and several other papers of no value to the finder. The finder will please leave It In the care of MODESTC WILDENBEBO, proprietor of the French Hotel, 88 Klazle street. ocSOxSt A REWARD.—Ran away cDJL* f from the subscriber, on the evening of the Slth Inst, on West Lake street, west of the dty limits, A Spin of Dorses, with Wagon and Bareev* One of the hones is a creamcolor. with a line on hfa back like a mule; also, hamßsgn on hfa legs, and fa seven years old, both hind t*if white. The other fa a blockish gray mare, five yean old, and the right fore foot fa a little white. Whoever will return said hones and wagon, cr give notice where they can be found, at the Western Prairie Garden, or tit the Southwestern Plank Rood Rouse, or at the Lake Street House, will receive the above reword. „ „ - pcJOxlW C. O. PUS HECK. NUMBER 105. amusements. YOUNG MEN’S ASSOCIATION LECTURES, Commencing Thursday Evening, November 13th, 1960, AT METROPOLITAN HALL, Series to consist Of Twelve Lectures by the following gentlemen: BAYARD TATLOR^Em., Rev. T. L. CUTLER GEOfeGE W. CURTIS^Esq, JOHN K GOCGIL Eml. Frot A. J. UPSON, Hon. HORACE GREELEY. Hon, JOHN W. FOSTER, Dr. J. O. HOLLAND. ProtE, L. YOUMAN3, ProC C. OSCOUYAN, Hon. H. J. RAYMOND. Rev. A. L. STONE. Tickets mav be bad at the Book Stores of S. C.Grlgr* A Co. and D.TL Cooke A Co. and at the Store of J. T. Knowles, under the Halt at the Richmond House. Tit mont House. Brizg* House, ami of the Librarian at tbv rooms of the Association in Portland Block, and of the members of the Committee. Henry w. Bishop. Jr. Chas. L. Thomas, and Cbaa. P, Kellogg, Lecture Committee. HENRY W. BISHOP. Jr. Chairman. McYICKER’S theatre. Madison street, between State and Dearborn, XT Doors open at 7 o’clock. Performance to com mence at 7*o clock. Box Office open from 10 till! and from 3 till s o'clock. A t>ui*unx >-Dr«a Circle. 50 cents t Second Circle. 23 cent*; Private Boxes, H.W and (6.00. MISS KIMH.KHLY’S ENGAGEMENT, Thursday. Nor. Ist, 1860. THE OCTOROON! THE OCTOROON! THE OCTOROON!!! MUs KIMBERLY aa ZOE! Mlaa KIMBERLY as ZOE THE OCTOROON SLAVE, THE OCTOROON SLAVE. Beautiful Scenery! THE LYNCH TRIAL! THEJLTNCH TRIAL! THE BURNING STEAMER. Take Your Families! Take Your Families I!! • ALL SHOULD SEE THE OCCOBOON! TEE OCTOROON!! Friday—Benefit of Mias Kimberly and last nlghtbct one of the OCTOROON. Grand entertainment under the auspices and fbr the benefit of the EXCKLSXOR WIDEAWAKE CLUB, (The second Club In ihb city.) -t\TT 3HETROPOUTAL HAT.T., Oa T&arsday Emin?, Xor. Ist, I860) Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert and a Grand Promenade Concert. The entire Light Guard and Great Western Bands and other distinguished musical talent are encaged (Ur the occasion. OFFICERS OF THE EVEXING. SoU 31. Willson, President. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS, Sol. M. W llkoq. Joelah H. Dross. John A. Dross, SamT D. Raymond. C. N. Holden. J. L. Garvin. Wm.H. Patterson, Merrill Ladd. DsWltt Robinson D. Ed.S,Saiomaa, Moses Grav. Joo. R. Floyd. HONORARY MANAGERS. Hon. John Wentworth, Hon. I. X. Arnold. Hon. Wm. D. Ogden. Hon. X. K. Judd. Hon. R. IL Foe*. Hon. J. Y. Scammon, Hon. John C. Haloes, Hon. Wm. IL Brown, Lctl B. TaR. E*q, Wm. L. Church. Kstr, A, H. Hoyden. Esq., C. X. Holden. t*q, J. A, Tyrrell. E*q, J.D. Ward. Esq? CoL Wm, s. Johnston, Jr, Fredrick Letz. tsq, Andrew Aiken. Esq, C’. B. Farwell, Esq, J. n. lieaid. Esq, J. J, Richards. Em., E. C. Lamed, Esq, F. D. Owen. Esq, E: I*. To wile, E*q, A, Harney, Esq, COMMITTEE OF RECEPTION TO PROMENADE concert! Sol M. Wilson, Otto L. Meyer, Ed, 8. Salomon, James Malcora, John B. Floyd, Chief MarshaL Geo.W.Gage, Col. Wra.S. Johnston. Jr. Commandant C. W. Barker, Capt. Josiah H. Broea, CapLJ. ILClybourne, Capt. J. II Hayden. Cape Fred, Harding. Capt. Wm. Hatchings, Cant. Cbanncey Miller, Capt. J. Webb. J. J. Richard*, Esq, Joseph N.HendrickaJ>q. Z7T~ No pains or expense have been spared to make this entertainment one worthy the patronage of the public and all citizens. Wide-Awake clubs and Lin coin Bangers are invited to honor ns with their pro. senee. Ticket*. 90 cents. To be bad st Root A Cody’s and Higgins’ Music Stores, and of the Cdmmlttce of Ar rangements. JOH X WRIGHT will famish Refreshments. ■ ocJO-td MIKASOLE’S DAXCING J • ACADEMY, Corner Msdlsoa and Clark Sts.—Entrance on Madison. Claw* open at all times for beginner*. Childbed's Class every Tuesday and Saturday. Pa rents oniyaliowed as visitor*. Assembly every Tuesday Night, for Scholar* and Friend*, and no persons admit ted except those Introduced by scholar*. BeSdSl-Cu TV”ANTED.—A few enterprisin;' v T young men can make from 15 to flu per daV, with no other capital but industry and perseverance. Apply at No. ICC South Clark street. ocm-diwO-lw Wf ANTE D—A situation in a f T Wholesale Hardware House. by a young man who has had eight yean experience In the bu»iae*v and can give all the reference* repaired. Salary ftOOH Address “CRANDALL.” at this office frr three davs. oc3lxlw Wl ANTED—A sood second-hand f T Boiler, fhnr feet diameter, twelre feet long; and with from two to three Inch flues. Address Box 2189. oc3lx2t WANTED—To the Dental Pro- T * fee«inn—Wanted hr a thorough DENTIST of the Philadelphia School, a situation aa assistant. Ad drew T.F.CV Box 2071. Chicago P.O. ocTOx.it WANTED—To JL-) go into a pleasant town in Illinois, to iron wag on* and carriage*. A good workman can have steady cmplorment fur one year or mure, and hla pay every Saturday. A m*n with a family preferred. oc29xlW HArtLESH A PAKKF.R, WANTED—Bv a young man of v v good morals and aVllity. a situation a* Teacher In a High School or Acaderav. or Principal of a Public School. Unexceptionable reference* given. Address Box I.TW. Sandwich. 111. oclOtiw WANTED IMMEDIATELY.— v v 100 Ton* of good loose TIMOTHY HAY. for which the highest market price will he paid In Cash on delivery at our Prew. Maxwell street, corner of Blue Island avenne. West Chicago. FKISBIE BROTHERS, Office 45 Market afreet. oclQxlm \\rANTED —Ajrcnts to engage in it a pleasant and profitable BostnewC' In'"which Ladles and Gentlemen of good address can make From $2 to 910 per Day. Call between the boar* of 9 and 11 a. *.. and 3 and 4 r. at No. >* Masonic Temple, opposite the Po«t Of. flee: or address, cncloslngstamp, P. O. Box 3.113.CLL cago. HI. oc!0-dZ9-!m T?OR SALE.—Four Shares of Chi -1? cago and Milwaukee Railroad Company Stoclc Apply to F. GRANGER AD.vJIS. 11 Clark street. 0c31.d377-lw F)li SALE.—A 24 inch. Fnrrer Surfseer. in good running order, and will be sold very cheap for cash or lumber. Inquire ofO. J>. MAYO, at Mayo's 31111. West end of Twelfth Street Bridge. ocfllxSt oc2M3«V3t-eod-net 17OR SALE—A Saloon.—'The X 1 stock of Liquor*. Fixture*. Furniture, together with the License, la fbr sale ft>r le** than one-halt their value. If yon want a bargain call at 213, Ease Kan dolph street. (ocflxStl 3L IMHOFF. 770R SALE—A few more of those -X Ladders, from K to 20 feet long, manufactured from New York Stale Spruce Timber. Closing out at 10c, per foot. T. 3L JUDBARD, 112 Klnzle street. oet-cSM-2m nro RENT.—The Brick Ware- X house, near Rash street Bridge. TO by 120 feet, four floor*, with river and etreet front. Also, frame build ing adjoining. 30 by 60 fret, both convenient for storaee. wilhlsrge dock room. Also, two flrst clasa brick dwellings on Michigan street, near Pine. Apply to W3I. H. SAMPsON, or to the subscriber, B. CARPEN TER. 0c31a137.’-2w npilE NEW POSTOFFICE WILL JL be occupied on the Ist of November. A Urge and handsome store and basement, separate or together, also office* and room*, will be rentedl cheap. Apdly at the Building. Room 13. B. F. SHERMAN, 114 Dearborn street. oclSdAkUw TAKTILLERY TO RENT OR XJ FOB PALE.—The fine Distillery attached to the Prairie State Mills at Cllntnnvllle. near Elgin, on the Chlcaco and Galena Railroad. Apply to DA>IS « MSSEK. 46 La Salle street. oclD.d3a.lm t NENV and second- H tsn» Puses fbr sale low. Pianos and If f f I * Melodeotw to Bent. Orders fur Tuning Pianos, Melodeons. Organa, and all kinds of Musical Instruments promptlv attended to. All kind* of Marl cal instruments repaired at short notice. 115 LAKE STREET—NEAR CLARK. BO A R DIN G.—Pleasant Front Booms, with board, can be obtained at 302. cor. ner of Adams and Slate. Also, afcw day board* r*can be accommodated. ociltatw BOARDING. —Board -wanted I>y a lady. muMc teacher, where the use of a Plano and Instruction fur two or three pupils In the Ctmlly would be considered an equivalent for the accommo dations. Address “Music Teacher,” at this office. 0C3113t - T) CARDING —A large, pleasant 1 J room, with or without a bedroom, can be ob tained with board at 366 West Washington street, corner of Morgan. Also—A few day hoarders can bo accommodated. ocSOxSt TJOARDING There arc now ll vacant at 223 and *25 Booth Clark street, some Eleasant front room* soluble for families or single t ea emetL It b aUo a convenient location tor day boarder?. aaltU only one block from the Ne'a’ P'Jft Office. Term* moderate. "DOARDING —A Suit of very I) pleasant front rooms may be bad by 109 Wabash Avenue. ociaatw_ "HOARDING—A gentleman and J3 hi. wife, or one or Wo.Uirie KnOra™, board and pleasant or unforaishwL within ten minute* walk from the Court Honae. West Side. Address I*. O. Cox 3313. og.,da7^w T>OAEDIXG —A Suit of Front N Booms to rent, with Board, at 19 and 2 • inebl. gaa avenue. Deferences required. ocl&dSB-lm T> CARDING —Pleasant Rooms I I with Board can be obtained at No, -19 YanEaren street, between state and Wabash avenue. ocl6xim BOARDING —Union Park House Boarding.—Those desirous of obUiolng pleasant room* and board in one of the most healthy and bean, tlful parts of Chicago, where access by street can U convenient, and the advantages of country air and city living are combined, will do well to call aa above, on Madison street opposite Union Park, or address W. 11. HARRINGTON. Proprietor. Box 13-19 Post Office. Terms reasonable and satisfactory. octtlxlw Beautiful Scenery!! 'rile Slave Sale, The Slave Bale, CONSISTING OF A Joelah It. Brow, CaptaLn. FLOOR MANAGERS. ffiiSJantrti. No. 6 Pomeroy's Building. jFor gale. STo Kent. B garbing. CHICAGO TRIBUNE ADVERTISING- SCHEDULE, The following are the Rates of Advertising In tho DAILY CHICAGO TBIBCNE : One Square, (Blines agate.l one Insertion....s .50 One Square each tabaequent day. (3t *1.00).. .25 One Square two weeks. (Gw |7.uo> 3.00 One Square one month. (Cm gu.ui) 6.00 One Square three months, dm sls.(X)> 12.00 One Square (»lx months. (9m (2S.UU ai.OO One Square one year 3U.OJ pr A Schedule of Prices fur more space than one Square can be seen at the Counting Hoorn. I3T AH Transient Advertisements to be paid la Advance. Pr AH changes charged 30 cents per Square. bitm OP ADTEItTiaDtO EC WTOdT TMBtTTIK. SI.OO per Square, each week, for flrst month. 2.00 per Square for each subsequent month. 96.00 per Square for one year. auction jSjalrs. T>Y GILBERT Js SAMPSON, JL) AUCTIONEERS. No. t*S LAKE ST. Furniture, Carpets and Betbteadi, AT AUCTION. On THURSDAY. Nov. Ist. at 91-5 o’clock we will sell at our Salesrooms. No. 82 Lake street, a largo and splendid assortment the above go**!*, consisting in part of Elegant Marble Ton Chamber Sett*. Marble Top Tables, Tete-o-Tcica, Solas. Hook Cases, What* nou. Hat Trees. Bureaus am! W n«li»tan<l*. Ka»y and Rocking Chairs, I>amaak Chairs. Parlor Chairs Plano Stools, French Bcdwvada. S*-cmarie*. Lounges. £*• tension Hiring Tables, Cane Scat Chairs aivt llockrm. Centre Tables, Oak sideboards Elegant Mirrors. Car. pets. Crockery. Toilet Tea aod Break to* t Sett. Also—. A lot of Itonnd Cornered Bedstead*, with many other goods too numerous to particularize. Buyer* of Furniture will rave 45 to 40 per cent, by attending our sales, which are oa Tuesday#. Thun* dart and Saturdays, Goods packed and shipped to anr point, oeai-dra-at GILBERT a SAMPSON, Auctioneers. A. BUTTERS & CO. GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 40, 48 & 60 DEARBORN STREET. Directly Opposite the Tremoot House. runNiTuss s a z. s Every Wednesday & Saturday at 91*3 A- SL. DRY GOODS SALE Every Monday at 9 1-2 o’clock A. M AT OUR SALESROOM. Hr*Ca*h advanced on Furniture, Dry Goods, Boots and Shoe*, Ac. aoOO-cM&ty Iteal Estate. YO M P KIN S & CO., REAL ESTATE And Merchandise Brokers, Buys and Sella Land*. Exchange* Property fbr Goods of any kind: Will attend to any bu*lne*> fbr parde* at a distance whe e an agent la required: Negotiate Loan*; Make Collection*, Ac., Ac., Room No. 8 Kingsbury Block, Office of tho Commercial Advertiser aod Real K*tato Gazette. oc-ja-diaum OEAL ESTATE AGENCY.— XX The undersigned has recently made arrange ments by which be Is ready to negotiat- the«Ueof property In this city through his Eastern agencies. Mortgages negotiated as heretofore, and all the IwtoU new of Beat Estate Office transacted. J. M. PARKER. seßd2BAn No. 70 Washington street, Portland Block, WEST WASHINGTON Street. T T llonso and Lot on at* good time and terms a* one can twit. The House and Lot (nearly fbet U«rp> known as 1(10 West Wo*hlngt<»n St.. Is (br sale on Fourteen years time. Interest at *lx percent. Apply toC. H. GAI'BEKT.«M Laaallo St. ucMxlw 17OR SALE.—A House ana Lot X near Union Park: House and Lot on Michigan avenne. very desirable property; .'O feet Ground near Union Park; also, til Lots on .lolm*lot» *ircct» between Indiana and Fourth, low fur cash; t9O Lou on 10 years time, south of the cltv limit*. oclS-dLXMtnp TOMPKINS A CO, Doom No. ft King»bnry Block. WJ HAVE LANDS WITH money to exchange fur goods. Any one bar ing dry goods or boot* and shoes, who will exchange fbr part cash and balance Inland*, will find a purchaser by calling on TOMPKINS Jt CO., Boom No. ft Kings bury Block, Randolph .iirjvt. oedMtSMm FIU SALE—3tiO Acres of Choice Pine Lands for sale or exchange for good City Propertr, The land I* In Wisconsin. or» the Oroulo River. tfdrtr miles above the mouth, near Klurluge * Balcom's Mills. Also, two valuable Horses. Rumt> Harness. Ac. For farther Information apply to HOBT, K. HILL. Proprietor of Garden City llou.->e. ocs-dBMm "WANTED TO EXCHANGE > T FOR CITY PROPERTY. Consisting of too acres of prairie and » acres of timber bad. Addraw. P. O. Bo* I I. 0e3d177-ln\ K. StuiTortT* Olive Tai Only Md no other preparation ever Olivci compounded with the view of a gene- ral sole has ever been able to obtain Olive: : testimonials from perrons of such j prominence as !«»>. Law. Esq,. Fifty ate..New York. .Sumo* Hioris. Ksq., Banker. N. 1. ITui huiw Wkkd. E«j., Albany. N. V On. BrrpGauk. Washington. D. C jCoL, S.iitL'EL Colt, Hartford. Conn. Col.Ch*!*. Mat. C. S. Army. Uav. Jixoiri Leavitt, Editor Inde pendent. N. Y. „ , v , _ fliv. K. BamiiT. Ed, Examiner. N. T. tav. D. W. Caon*. Agent of Ameri ca a Bible Union, N. Y. Rkv. O. F. A, Srisxixti, Buiteronttn, New York, „ ~ ~ Rkv. Dn, Leodaup, Exeter, N. H. And more than one hundred other well known perron*. Olive Olive Olive Olive Olive OXaIViS TAR. Olive Wou Out■ T.va ts Ixasurn Us healing Balsamic odors are brought to contact with the Untog membrane of the Olive Throat, Bronchial Tubes, and all the Air-Cells o i the Longa, Olive Olive Relieving at once any pain or opprea- Irion, and healing any Irritation or in flamatlun. _ „ IVhm out* Tar WTiiiivm Sc car It forma an unetjualed Soothing and Healing e vrup for Loutjba and all Throat DbcaM». , . Wuiot Olivb T.»N w Arruan lu Magnetic or curative power render It a mo*t . -» PAIN ANN IIIIL A 1 OR. Olive Tar la not sticky, doe* dot dis color. Fifty cent* a bottle. Olive Olive J. R. STAFFORD'S IBOK AND SULPHUR POWDERS Are a soluble preparation of Iron and Sulphur. Identical with that exl-tlng In the blood of a perfectly healthy person. Uniting with the digested food— They ItevltalUo and Purify the lllood—They Impart Lacrgy to the Nervous Sv-tem—They invigorate the Liver—Tbcv Strengblen tno Di gestion—They Regulate the Secrc. lions of the Bodv—And are a Specific for all Female tfcakutwse*. Fbice Orb Dulls* a Pacxxcx. STAFFORD'S OLIVE TAR. STAFFORD'S IKON AND SCL I’UUU POWDERS. STAFFORD'S INHALER. For sale by Olive Olive Olive Olive Olive Olive s 71X TXI * DWYEB, (Successors to I’cnion it C 0.,) Wholesale and Retail Agents in ChL I cago. oci3-d2W-wnistp Clive TJNITED STATES MAIL.— XJ only Weekly Lino to CORK, LIVERPOOL, And all the principal cilice of'fireat Britain and tM Continent of Europe, callluc at liueenitown (Cork) Ireland. THE MONTREAL MAIL Ocean Steamship Company’s FlnLclasa Bill power Clvde hnllt Mearner* in eonnec- Vth Briton, -Grange. 1N ih Amcrtian. Anon. Anglo Saxon. - BalaDtine.l Canadian, (new.) ■ Two new ship*. (building, i Quickest, Cheapest and mo-t Comfortable sea passage. Faro from Chicago or -Milwaukee to <4ae«n»towa (Gorki. Liverpool: . First Close. according to state room. |S9 and $33 Steerage, round with cooked provision*.. . Ket^ B ;K tetN and l« Steerage...'- $ W and W* Certificate* Issued for bringing ont pasoengera frwa the principal town* of Great Biliala and Ireland, by above riearners or sailing vessel*, at very reduced rates. For freight or passage apply to the Company a Gene ral Ajtennt !-«M A Serif. PJ » ,tf r -trm. Ll,aw«l. Cork »nd Dunlin, and-I Bntudwa-. hew J«rfe,X'ra. Dumd. .ud Grand Trank Railway Office. W Lake-sU. dly-Htp Under Adam* House, Chicago. THREAT VICTORIA BRIDGE IT OPEN—This Immense Iron stmrtnre, nearlr two miles in length, (the longest In the world! erected across the RIVER ST. LAWRENCE, At Montreal, at a cost of SU-and-iollalf MiUoiwpf Dol* lara, to connect the Eastern aud Western Divisions ot the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, Is no open for public traffic. ThLi road of nearly U» miles in length. I* operated under ONE MANAGEMENT FROM DETROIT. MICH.. TO poIJT LAN D. ME., And there la only ONE CHANGE OF CARS From Chlcaeo or tUe MtaMppl KI«or Boston. Quicken and most convenient route between the South and West, anil Canada and New England passengers and freight booked through all CawKlaMdtheN’ew iftslaod States; afco U* and from CHICAGO AND LIVERPOOL, Vad the Comment of Europe, at cousldvably i.V«L he the only regular weekly lino of t NITEI> Srvf-E-J AND EUROPEAN MAIL STEAMERS. sail- Lr-from Quebec every Saturday, and frumlive.pool every Wednesday throughout the jwr. ror ft.nber panwnlars apply to WALTER &UAN2.Y, beueral naS JAMI£s I WABBACK. Genera! Western Agent, 4 \o. 12 Lake street. XTnder the Adams House. Chicago. gEWING MACHINE AGENTS. Wanted In every County tlironshont tfce 'Western States to sell Young’s Improved S3O Sewing Machine. These Machines are adapted to all varieties of work. Family Sewing. Tailoring and Boot and Shoe Making. They have met with a venrlarteealo during the part ▼ear. eltlmr universal sntufaction, Address J maiylstp Manufacturers, C hint go, HI. CHICAGO SALESROOM. LS LAKE STREET. AND OIL EMPORIUM. Ohas. Xj. Noble. 122 .---CLARK STKEKT- -- - 12" Between Washington and Madison Streets, DEALER IN ALL Kerosene anti Coal Oil Goods* The only party in Chicago to whom Downer sends bla 22STHA 2SZ2SOSS27S. This Oil la pare and not adulterated with cheaper fluids. All good bnoida of Coal Oils, tamps tor Churches, Public Building?. Stores 4c. Agency ot BldwetTaCoal Oil Grease, and Depot ofOrefrcn Mine ral Faint Company. ao3kc9o4mlatp dress anx> r Cloak Making. Pattern* and Machine Stitching. SO to Mb* A, O. NORRIS. 119 Sooth Clark street. Cal boon Boiidlng. ED WARD 8. L. RICHARDSON. oclTxim Proprietor, r. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar, Tar. Tar. Tar. !ar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Far. Tar. Tar. Tar.