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Sally, Trl-Waokly and Weekly. EDITORS AND PBOPBIKTORfi: JobxL. Sonim, "Cm.BLSt 1L Bat, wiling Bnoss. Joseph Mbpiix, AtTBID COWUS. OFFICE NO. Cl CLiKK STREET. Tun or tub Chicago tuicxx Daily, ddlrered In city by carrier, pcry#ar...XS.OO Dally, delivered in city by carrier, per irMk.. IS Dally, to Mall Subscribers, per year 7.00 Dally, lo Mall Subscribers, per mix months..... 4.00 TrlAVoddT.per year T?. 4.03 Weakly, «£agic subscriber* 1.20 ** S copies 4.00 “ 6 coplea, 6.00 •* 10 copies 10.00 r ** SW coplea, and one to getter up of dub .80.00 Money In registered letters may be a«at a» at •nr risk. Address “CHICAGO TRIBUNE,” Chicago, HI. Chicago SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1800. TUB LEGISLATURE AT LAST. The day of jubilee has come. The Leg islature of Illinois is at last fvundfy, sound ly REPUBLICAN. ' Returns received yesterday confirm the election of Oglesby and Dcmuek to the Senate, and a dispatch last evening, long and anxiously waited for, almost took the breath away from the Re publicans of Chicago—-announcing the election of John Sorrel by a majority of tieenty-two precious votes. All the returns and corrections received yesterday were in favor of the Republican candidates. Shelby county, which was re ironed at 1,100 Democratic majority, was pulled down to 1003 against Oglesby. Ma son county, reported at 75 Democratic ma jority, fell to 40 against Dummeb. Taze well, reported at 200 Republican, went up to 203 for Durnmer. The figures from the Sl Clair District, both official) were as fol lows: St. Clair, Screens majority, 589; Monroe, Underwood's majority, 567; Schell’s official majority, 22. We take it there is no danger of any later "doctor ing” of the returns in St. Clair and Mon roe, for the reason that the County Clerks In both counties arc Republicans. xtm glorious three. Wc do but echo the sentiment of the whole Republican party of Illinois —and in a degree the Republican party of the Union—when we award to Richard J. Oglesrv, Henry E. D other, and Jons Scheel an especial meed of praise* The returns from their respective Districts are frightfully close, as all expected they would be, but the little majorities arc all on the Republican side. To their unceasing exer tions and to the equally faithful and obstin ate labors of the Republicans in their seve ral districts, we owe the last and greatest victory of the well fought campaign—the re-election of Lyman Trumbull and a working majority in the Illinois Legisla ture, And while we arc upon this topic let us not forget the gallant Republicans of Madi son, Sangamon abd McDonough. They fought like giants. They have deserved well of the Republic. We who live in the land of Canaan, * albeit we have done toler ably well, arc ready to accord the meed of praise to those glorious Republicans who have given us the doubtful Legislative Dis tricts. SANGAMON AND MORGAN. We are not without hope that Dr. Jayne is elected to the Senate in Sangamon and Morgan. A dispatch received from Spring held last evening says that ths District is still in doubt. A letter in the St. Louis Republican, from Jacksonville, concedes the defeat of McConnell, and says that the Republicans have elected their county ticket in Morgan. One thing seems to be well ascertained as to Morgan County, that Bristow (Democrat) is beaten for Circuit Clerk about 100 votes. Bristow, like Lan rsiEß in Sangamon County, is an old party war-horse, who has been looking for hia reward at the hands of Douglas for many years in vain, and whose friends at lost pro posed to donate him the clerkship in de fault of anything in the shape of federal office. And the lame and impotent conclu sion is that both arcroutcd by their Repub lican competitors. THE DISUNION FLURRY. We hear from various parts of the South that sundry Postmasters and District At torneys arc resigning their offices, and that sundry others are proclaiming that they will not hold office under Lincoln—a toler ably safe calculation. We hare also re ports of various public meetings, commit tee? and resolutions threatening Secession and all sorts of things; and finally a long winded message from the • Governor of Georgia—which latter document, if care fully examined is found not to mean Disun ion at all.. The long and short of the whole matter is this, that we have no law to prevent men from saying what they please or threatening whatever suits their disordered constitu tions. Laws arc enacted with reference to acts, not words. South Carolina may fume and and call conventions and pass resolutionS'.till the crack of doom. So long as she doeifnot commit the overt act of treason there is no bill of Indictment against ber. Jlr. Lincoln is constitutional ly elected President of the vhole country , and his past life has shown him to be the possessor of sufficient nerve for any emergency. There is to be no civil bloodshed growing out of his ad ministration, but the Constitution and laws of the United States arc to be. quietly en forced during the next four years. It is a very simple tiling to collect the revenue of the United States, and other . things will take care of themselves. We should like to believe that South Carolina would keep her members of Congress at home until the Republicans secure the organization of the next House; but do not believe it Henceforth there will be bnt two parties in the North on the Disunion question. One party will he in favor of assisting South Carolina to go out of the Union, and the other in favor of coercing her to obe dience. Up to this writing nobody is scared that we know ot Three months and a half of cool weather wilTintervene before Mr. Lincoln will be sworn into the Presidential chair. These three months will subdue much of the froth which is now bubbling in Southern latitudes. The sober second thought will follow the drunk en rage, and the Carolina colonels, generals and captains, (they arc all militia fellows) will conclude to wait for that “ overt act,’* about which we have heaKUopuch. HIAJOBITI in new tobk. In reply to hundreds of questions, verbal, by letter and telegraph, about New York, we would slate that the latest footings we have £ccn, make Lincoln s majority 44,750 over Fusion.. . - The official count improves most of the reported majorities, andvc think when the actual figures become known it will be above 45,000. We hope our impatient friends will now rest content, and wait un til the result is officially announced. The rural districts have done gloriously. They Jiavc wiped out the Doughface majority in jSew York <ity, and have swept the State by a grand majority over Cotton, Codfish, Disunion and Know Kothlnglsm, all com bined into one nasty fusion. ILLINOIS. The IXth Congressional District lias given about 13,000 majority for Douglas. ft will hardly exceed that figure. The VHlth District has given (vbout 3,500. The VXlth District about 2,600; the Yllh Dis trict 5,000; and the Vth about 1,800. Total 25,800. The four Northern Districts have given over 42,000 majority for These figures give the State to Lincoln, by We are willing to throw in L2OO £br hut we eludl Adhere Clj X CsXs 0 VOLUME XIV. strictly to the 15,000 whith we have here* ! tofore claimed, until we hear of something much worse than is yet shown by the re- Donchfrce Ltrrabee, This disreputable fcllowJU beaten for Con* gross In Wisconsin by between 2,000 and 2,500 majority. The three worst pro-slavery men In the last Congress from the North, were Larra bec of Wisconsin, Logan of Illinois, and Val innitigham of Ohio | and Larrabeo was the meanest of the three. In addition to the rfght eoos beating which he has received politically, we are informed that he got Into a brawl in Milwaukee last Wednesday evening and was considerably flogged by an antagonist whom he had insulted. Border Romanism In SL Clair Co. Wc learn from a passenger from St. Louis the Democrats took possession of the polls at minoistown on Tuesday lost and by their numerical majority (aided by bullies from St. Louis) drove the Republicans away with clubs, knives and revolvers. This accounts for the closeness of the vote in the St. Clair and Monroe Senatorial Dsstrict. Our friends iu St. Clair were confident of 700 majority this year, and tbey would' have had It but for this infernal outrage! Our informant adds that several persons were taken, to St Louis badly wounded. Wisconsin, 20,000 for Lincoln* The latest report from Wisconsin indicate a majority of 20,000 for Lincoln. Add that to the defeat of Larrabee, and the triumph of the Badger Republicans is complete; their cup of Joy is full to running over. Old Bock Is the “ Banner County” of Wisconsin. She has rolled up 3,235 majority for Lincoln. Evciy election prccint gave a Bepubl can majority. In one township. Union, the vote was Lincoln 330; Douglas 29; Brock L Carroll Heard From. Carroll County has piled up a magnificent majority. She gave Fremont 1,101 vote#, and Buchanan 237; majority 934. She now gives 1,106 majority, being five more than her whole vote four years ago. That will do for little Carroll. Long may she wave. New York Congressmen. The Republicans elect 24 members of Con gress in Kew York, and the Democrats 9. Re publican loss 4 —lf TTa«k!n and Reynolds arc reckoned as Republicans. Gov. Seward’s County. Cayuga County, New York, gives Lincoln 4,000, and the city of Auburn 450. Every town in the county gives Lincoln a majority. New Tork. The returns from New York arc yet Imper fect, many of them being estimates. Lincoln’s majority will probably overtop 40,000. Keokuk.— The Republicans carried Keokuk, lowa, by 153 majority. The vote being, for Lincoln 853; Douglas 705; Breckinridge got G votes and Bell 43. Keokuk has long been a Democratic strong-hold, but surrendered at lost to charge of Wide-Awakes. AT THE SOUTH. The Feeling in Maryland—A General Acquiescnce in Clie Result. [Special Dispatch to the N. Y. Times.] Baltxrore, Wednesday, Nov. 7. Excited crowds have been congregated around the newspaper offices and the head quarters of the different parties all day. The election of Lincoln was generally anticipated, and the people express no surprise. The general tone of public sentiment is con sistent with acquiescence with the result Many say they worked bard and honestly to prevent the election of Lincoln, but now, as he is to be President, they will sec all his acts carried out, and at every hazard support the Constitution. Embittered feelings have already greatly subsided, and not a solitary disunion senti ment bas been beard from any one. The Breckinridge and Bell men and tbc Douglas ites seem determined to abide by tbe decision of the people. Tbc anxiety, indeed, appears greater than ever to counsel moderation on tbc part of tbc sister Southern States, and to avert any hasty acts—oil denouncing secession unanimously, and disapproving of tbc hot baste of South Carolina towards interrupting tbc harmony of the Confederacy. There is a willing confidence in Mr. Lincoln’s conservative purposes and a determination with very many to give him a fair triaL A large body of conservative people are content to take a fresh start, in tbc hope of a better state of things henceforward. Such is the real condition of afiolre. The people want the Old Bunkers supplanted by uetter men, and if they could not get it done by Bell, thev arc willing that Lincoln shall be the man, aud arc glad that the corrupted Dem ocracy arc wiped out. The Unionists and the opponents of the present Administration arc convinced that the true “irrepressible conflict” was between conservatism and patriotism, looking to the country’s future interests, ou tbe one side, and tbe demoralized nknocracy on the other. They rejoice at the mar’s de feat, and the downfall of the old Dcufecratle demagogues. This sentiment generally pre vails hi the breasts of all Southerners who voted against Breckinridge and the existing Administration. They wanted to sec the Ad ministration Democracy “wiped out,” and they will now have the desired opportunity. From tbe Homo of Hr. Lincoln—How lie Received tbe New*-Speculations ns to His Course, dec. [Special Dispatch to the N. T. Timet.] Spbzxg nsxj>, EL, Nor. 7—6 P. M. Mr. Lincoln has not yet given any public in timation as to the policy of his Admlnistra lion. 1 have every reason to believe that he trill not depart from the usual custom of new ly-elected Presidents. In answer to all inqui ries as to what will be his course, he asks, “ Have you read my speeches ?” If the ques tion is etill pressed, be quietly bands over one kof tbe pamphlet publications of his speeches in the late controversy with Mr. Douglas. The general opinion here is, that something more serious than the present state of oflaire will be required to elicit from Mr. Lincoln at any further declaration of principles, or an assurance that the South need fear noth ing from his policy. The Idea Is that be will deal out equal and exact Justice to all sections of tbe country, and that ft would be admitting Just cause for suspecting his honesty if be should ro-uttcr at this time any professions of loyalty to tbe Union, or disavow any design of Infringing upon the rights of the South. It is regarded as a matter of course that he believes what he has sold, therefore it would be super fluous for him after his conservative record as member of Congress, his frequently expressed belief in regard to tne States rights doctrine, and above all his strictly constitutional eleva tion to office, to nut himself out of the way to allay the groundless fears of his bitter oppo nents, at the risk of being deemed a coward by his friends. That Mr. Lincoln is a man of sufficient abili ty and nerve to meet any exigency, is conceded by oil who know him. I believe, from what I sec of him here, that he will prove a second Jackson—only more so. When he thinks pro per to make a pronujiciamtniOj you may depend . upon it be will do so. Ur. Lincoln has been about town all day, and accessible to all who choose to speak to I him. lie has occupied the room of the Exec- I utirc in the Capitol, and has been freely con- 1 gratulatcd by hU fellow-townsmen. Mr. Lincoln spent most of election night In the Telegraph Office, where he heard returns and received private dis patches with a most marvelous equanim ity. Those-who saw him at the time say it wonldbavcbeen impossible forapereon to tell that that toll, lean, wiry, good-natured, easy going gentleman, so anxiously ibqulringabout the success of the local candidates, was the choice ofthc people to fill the most important office in the nation. Even daring the election day and night, Mr. Lincoln was about town attending to his business as usual. Many of his Sprinrfcld acquaintances will long remem ber how he sat iu a social circle at the Cbeeny House, while the returns were cqxnlng in, and indulged alike in pleasant chat and his propensity for story-telling. 80 fair as the Cabinet is concerned, there are so many conflicting rumors afloat, that I can not credit any. Mr. Lincoln is not at all anx ious to gabble, and I don't believe he has told any one bU Intentions in this regard.' It seems to he generally conceded that Hf, Seward will be tendered the mission to the Court pfßt James, and that Mr. Bell win be offered tbe Department of the Interior, or some other seat In the Cabinet, . . . No Excitement In Virginia, [fipedsl Dispatch to the New York Times.] ' Richmond, Wednedsy, Nor., 7; The Whig! ore well pleased at the result of the election, while the Democrats arc some what indignant There is tkr less excitement, howcvertiifln mu Mtlclpatwl—ln tact, there U no more than »t any previous Prealdcntlal election. / '•* ct- Vanity Fair for this week has a capital picture of the deplorable result of Lincoln s election, as depicted by the EeraUL and£x~ prat. As Vanity Fair soys in the inscription which accompanies the cut, “On the house-top Horace QreeVy js, of course, seen fiddling over the rmns of our beloved country. To the left, yon behold the pure-minded -and upright J. G. B. shutting up shop preparatory tf> re turning to his native Cows graze in Ful ton street.. Desolation everywhere, and the world done for generally.'’ |7* The opponents of Lincoln tried hard lo cany theacction Into the Honse, but the people have decided to carry Lincoln‘lnto the Honsor-tbo White Bunte. • From Wasblneton. [Special Dispatch to the N. Y. Tribune.] Wjlbszkoton, Not. 7. THE REBELLION IK CTTIHLESTOK. President Buchanan, if it ahonld prove true that the secedcr* in Charleston, 8. C M have taken possession of the United States fort, will be compelled by bis oath to drive the rebels from that property of the United States. disunion. Hr. Buchanan's organ, the Constitution, con tains this morning a most rabid disunion arti cle, assarting that the South cannot submit to the administration of Mr. Lincoln. Traitor to his party, it can hardly be expected that Mr. Bn chuuau willnot become one also to bis country. There Is considerable excitement, but the se cessionists arc less violent this evening. The idea that instead of belonging to a large and powerful nation, tbey may become citizens of South Carolina or Mississippi, without any protection abroad, and with little or no power at home, does not exactly please them. Be sides, Uncle Sam has always plenty of money —something of which these small and power less States wm not have to brag, If they go out of the Union. Mr. Tanccr>e Political Obßerrallons In New York. Mr. Yancey mode a speech In New Orleans after his return from the North, in the course of which he said: “If New Tort is lost to Mr. Lincoln, then we go into the scramble in the House. But the probabilities' arc that Lincoln will get New York. I traveled through New York, and the Belt men were working faithfully for the Union ticket, and the Douglas men stood by with folded arms. Although I was using all the Influence I possessed in favor of the Union ticket, and In favor of his getting the vote of that ticket in case it would secure the defeat of Lincoln, yet the Douglas papew flung their Parthian arrows after me, denouncing me with the grossest calumny. The Bell papers received me with respect, parted with me with cordiality. The Douglas papers received me with calumny, and parted with me with lies. They used every effort to nullify whatevcrlnflncnce I might have excited in behalf of the Union ticket. What did this mean? It meant, perhaps, as many of our friends feared, that the Douglas party was in secret combination with Lincoln. I fear, in deed, that this is the case. Yet If the Union ticket should be elected and It could elect Mr. Douglas, let Its vote be given to him, not for his sake, but for the little good it might do the country. ' EfiEbTlViV KEIdBNS. Cook County. The following are the footings of tbs "Wards and towns in Cook County for the various can didates voted for at the election on the Cth Inst.: Lincoln ...14,580 Douglas... 9.648 Rep, maj. .4,745 Yates 14,095 Allen 9,778 “ ..4,917 H0ffman..14,044 Roes 9,879 “ “ ..4,705 Hatch 14,086 Campbell. 9,772 44 “ ..4,914 Dubois ...14,700 Arnlren .. 9,703 44 “ ..4,937 8ut1er.....14,441 Maher ....10.039 44 ..4,405 8ateman..14.683 Roc 9,795 44 44 ..4,890 Arn01d....14,063 Harring’n. 9.791 “ 44 ..4,672 Oeden 14.825 Stewart... -9,723 “ “ ..5,102 Hctlog 18,023 Sherman. .11,181 “ 44 ..1,842 Church 13.658 Gray...... 9,509 44 44 ..4,239 j amM 14,WM Richter... 9.858 44 44 .-4.420 Haven 14,508 Willard... 9,802 “ 44 ..4,7M Bell Ticket— President 107; Govemor93; Lieut Governor 96; Secretary of State 90; Auditor 95; Treasurer 96; Superintendent of Public Instruction 90. Breckinridge Ticket— President 87; Gov- Secretary of State 85: Auditor 82; Treasurer 44; Superintendent Public Instruc tion 44. Abolition Ticket—S votes for each of the candidates. For Convention 34,309; against 260; majori ty 24,109. Lvjth district. 5camm0n...6528 Haven....8662 Rep. maj...1862 Drown 5421 Elliott.. .8696 44 44 1725 Lvnni DISTRICT. Willson 9X57 Tu1cy....5939 Rep.ma]... 3218 Wnmartb...9lsß Mclntosh.s936 4f 44 3222 Illinois. President ISCO. Treasurer 1858. Comities. Lincoln. Donelss, Wilier. Foodey 64 Counties, reportcd.44GC3 10724 29005 6886 Carroll 3140 .... 865 .... Mason 30 .... 219 Edgar 396 .... 5 Cofes 48 .... 239 .... White 778 .... 674 Montgomery 044 .... 430 Christian 440 .... 830 Clay 889 .... 282 45693 33197 80109 10732 Lincoln’s majority in 72 counties 32,696. — Miller’s majority in the came counties in 1853 was 19,377. Republican gain 13,319. MiHftK Codntt. —16 majority for Douglas; about 40 majority for Legislative ticket; Dum zner and Latham elected. Edgar County.—Official—Donglas, 190 ma jority; State officers about same; Stage, Dem., elected Representative by about 153 majority. Coles County. Official—Domjlas, 1647; Lincoln, 1693; Allen, 1099; Tates, 1668. Repre- Ecntativcs: Edln, Dem., 1735; Nichols, Rep., 1684. Circuit Clerk: Moore, Dem., 1704; Steele, Rep., 1720. Tazewell County.—Official—Senate, Dam oner, Rep., 2355; Prettyman, Dem., 2147. Rep resentatives, Keys, Rep., 2361; Sal to ns tall, Dem., 2170. Co.—Official Lincoln, 5,342: Douglas, 4.288; scattering, 50; Yates, 5,341; Allen, 4,800. State ticket about the same. Congress—Lovejoy, 5,318; Murray, 4,334. Whole Republican county ticket elected. St. Clazb Co. —Official —Scheel, Republican, for Senate has 589 majority. Monroe Co.—Official—Underwood, Demo crat, for Senate, 567 majority. Scheel Is elect ed Ly 22 majority. White Co —Lincoln, 756, Douglas, 1544. Monroe Co.—Official. —Lincoln, 845; Dong las, 1,401; Bell, 17; Yates, 542; Allen, 1,406;. Stuart, 10; Gillespie, (Rep.) 866; Fooke, (Dem.) 1,389; Representatives, Wisenbem, (Rep.) 837; Talbott, (Dem.) 1,413. Montgomery Co.—Official.—Douglas, 1,743; Lincoln, 1,099; Bell, 149; Breckinridge, 20; Allen, 1,749; Yates, 1,119. Shelby Co.,—Official —Dougins, 2,OSS; Lin coln, 971; Bell, 60. Representatives—McClcr nand, 2,096; Case, 994. Governor—Allen, 2,095; Yates, 975; Cblckering, 2L State Sen ate —Coler, 2,097; Oglesby, 994. State Repre sentative —Harris, 1,943; Dnrkce, 1,015. Christian Co.—Official—Douglas, 1,408; Breckinridge, 70; Lincoln, 90S; Bell, 10. Al len’s majority, 439: Color, 1,413; Oglesby,933. McClemand’s majority, 446; Yandevar’a ma- jority, 429. Clat Co. —Official—Douglas 1070, Lincoln CSX; Bell SO; Breckinridge 2; Allen 1074; Yates 687; Robinson, dcm. Congress 1062; Cunningham, rep. 7X7. Macon Co. —Official—Douglas 154 X; Lincoln 1501; Bell 56; Breckinridge 29; Allen 1537; Yates 1518. Congress—Robinson dem, 1550; Cunningham 1517. Senate —Coles 1556; Ogles by 1550. Representative—Tyler, fusion, 1559; welden,rep. 1527. State Atty—Boyd, dcm. 1570; Jones 1500. lowa. Buhijxgton, Nor. 9.—11 counties In lowa, nearly all of which were Democratic last year, give Lincoln and the State ticket 2,796 majori ty. Three counties give the Democratic ticket 1,405 majority, which is about as they went last year. The State is claimed by the Republicans by from 12,000 to 15,000 majority. Ckdui Co., lowa—Complete.—Republican majority, 550. New Hampshire. Concord, N. H., Nor. 9, —The State, except 33 email towns, gives Lincoln 37,052, Douglas 25,297, Breckinridge 2.092, Bell 80S. Lincoln orcr all, 9,2C5, Connecticut. Lincoln’! majority, 10,056, and plurality 28,- 275 In Connecticut. Pennsylvania, Watkb Co.—Official—Rep., 2,857; Dem., 2,018; Bell rote, 2. Mlaaonri. Pole Cc,—official —Breckinridge 477 * Bell 730; Douglas 125; Lincoln 4. Callow at Co.-official —Bell 1306; Douglas 844; Breckinridge 472; Lincoln 15. Hickory Co.—Official—Douglas 296; 801 l 197; Breek 143; Lincoln 15. Caldwell Co. —Bell 440; Breckinridge 180; Douglas 253; Lincoln 44. Osaoe Co. —Two or three precincts to hear from; Breckinridge 220; Douglas 209; Lincoln 189; Bell 117. Cols Co.—Breckinridge by CO. Gasconade Co. —Douglas IG3; Bell 133; BredcinridgcSS; Lincoln 433. • Platte Co.—official —Douglas 840; Bell 1232; Breckinridge 904. Buchanan Cocntt. Official Douglas 1627; Bell 1287; Breckinridge Cl 7; Lincoln 453. Cass Co. went for BcD by a small majority.. Cooper — Douglas 983; Bell 052; Breckinridge 281; Lincoln 20. ' Howard Co.—Official—Douglas .19 major ity. ‘ • Boone Co.—Bell 1000 majority. . Franklin Co.—DonglasßSO r Bell 677; lis; coin 494; Breckinridge IQB. ' 4 ■ Christian Co.—Official—Breckinridge 363; Douglas 127; Bell 349. Pulaski Co.—Official—Breckinridge 175 ma jority. Hcvrt Co.—Douglas 633; Bell 703; Breck inridge 23L Virginia. Alexandria, Vs., Nor. 9.— The OaxdU, in summing up the returns from 106 counties, claims Breckinridge gains over Letcher’s vote 8,310, and Bell over Goggin’s majority 12,553. Richmond, Nov. 9.—Returns from thirteen counties in the southwest give Breckinridge 2,700 majority; Democratic gain 3,300. The State is now considered certain for Breckin ridge, Latest returns in Virginia give Breckinridge upward of 2,000 majority. TO counties are yet to bear from, which gave Letcher 300 majority. Osorffls* Washington, Not. 9.—The official majorities of 67 counties in Georgia give Breckinridge 50,000, Bell 29,000, Doughs 9,000. Augusta, Gal, Nor. 9.—Thirty counties in the* State give Bell 19j000. Breckinridge 17,000; ahd’Pougus6,ooo, thelndicattoMare hfta- CHICAGO, SATUEDAY, NOYEMBEE 10, 1860. vor of ft considerable plurality for Breckin ridge, and perhaps a majority over all. Alabama, The Montgomery Mail sayg Breckinridge's pin rality ■wfli be folly 10,000. Florida* Retains from Florida indicate that Breckin ridge has carried the State by about 4,000. anssiMippi. Mississippi returns indicate that the State for Breckinridge. nisaoarl. Additional returns indicate the success of Douglas In Missouri. Louisiana. Breckinridge’s plurality will be about 8,000. THE CITY. Auction Sales this Morning. At 9V o'clock, of Furniture. Bedsteads and Housekeeping Goods, by Gilbert & Sampson, Auc tioneer*, no. 83 Lake street. The Chicago Theological Seminary,— There are thirty-five young men now punning their studies In this Institution. The Hxtmakeks. —The Musical Union give the Haymakers at Metropolitan Hall, on Friday of next week. Sent East.—The rcmains’of the unfortunate James Hnbby, killed on the steamer Globe, have been sent East for Interment. His rela tives reside In Connecticut. The Colson Congests.— The sole of the tickets of the Colson Operatic Concerts com menced yesterday at H. M. Higgins* Music Store, No. 117 Randolph street, and at the Tre mont House. The price of admission is ono dollar. No extra charge for secured seats. u Purnso ok Airs.”—The new music house of A. J. Higgins, at No. 40 South Clark street* has gone to “puttingon airs” at the very start’ by publishing this very popular song os sung by Cushman at his late soirees in Kingsbury TT.in Fntsr Philharmonic Cokceht. —The Phil harmonic Society, just formed under very gratifying auspices, will give their first Con cert in Bryan Hall on Monday evening, Nov. 19th. We learn that over SOO members have •signed the Constitution, and from present as pects this number will soon be increased to 500. Prbachuto at Bktan Hall.— Sunday after noon services for the especial benefit of the young men of Chicago arc to be inaugurated at Bryan Wall. The first of the series of ser mons for the winter will be preached by the Rev. W. It Scott, D. D. t at this Hall, Sunday, the Uth inst, at 3 o’clock P. M. All young men, strangers, and the public generally are cordially invited to attend. Election Returns. —The return* of tbc late contest ore still variously coming in, cither as hats, clothing, or the ready cash. We hear also of a cord of wood sawed on Thursday by a discomfited Sqnatteritc. On Monday after noon William Allis carries Charles Übellcr from the Richmond House to the Conrt House “pick-a-back,” a band of music leading off — We hear of several like achievements soon to come offi A Funeral Discourse. —The Time* and Herald preached a funeral discourse from a text of Scripture, over Douglas and the Union, in Us yesterday morning’s issue. We think it will turn out that these did not die together. The Union will live and flourish all the better for a riddance from the demagogues that have impudently desired to triumph or perish with it Tub Weather.— A great deal depends on the weather. Yesterday for instance, every* body looked grim and glum, stalked sullenly Mnng the drenched streets, or looked dubious ly forth from the windows, upon a cold No vember rain storm. We wager that with a large shore of our readers “ everything went wrong” yesterday. Well, it was the weather, unless yon have been betting on Douglas, and a few gleams of sunshine and clear weather will work wonders. Save yourself for better days, and do nothing rash because November gives you the dumps. Ashcroft's Low Water Detector— The advertisement of Ashcroft's Low Water De tector is a timely one, following the lamenta ble disaster of the Globe. By this appliance, cheap, simple, and readily attached to any boiler, a perfect guard against even ordinary carelessness is secured, since a whistle is blown the moment the water gets below any required line of height AH who bare steam boilers in ns* should call and see the Detector atMcssrs. Walworth, Hubbard «t Co.’s. See their an nouncement. The “Wb’s” Have It.—The personal pro nouns had an animated test of strength in the. Time s and Herald yesterday rooming. It was a matter of doubt for some time on the part of the interested spectators as to which would gain the day; but after a warmly contested struggle, extending through a whole column the “We’s” came out ahead. The count showed the following result: “Wc’s” “ Car’s ” •‘lll’s”.* “Ourselves” “We’s” over all. The interest of the occasion wan greatly heightened by a Banshee voluntary, continued to the close of the struggle. A Sufferer from Kansas.—A very worthy tnon has reached thin city from Kansas, on bis way to his friends in Massachusetts, where he can get employment and assistance to keep the wolf, starvation, from the door of his wife and children who arc left behind. I would much like to send him on his way rejoicing, by 12 o'clock to-day; but my poor's purse iy empty. Any person disposed to help a Chris? lion man to help himself and bin family, may call or send to the City Mission, fip'North Franklin Street E. B. Tuttle, City Missionary. N. B.—Persons who have been suopssfal In winning bets on the late election, if their con sciences trouble them, county better get rid of (heir gains than by helping the poor. The Chicago Associated Congress.— A live meeting of the active member* of this honor able body w|U be held this (Saturday) evening, at their rooms, Mechanics’ Institute HaU. Short-nnd-to-tfie-polnt speeches of fifteen min utes each—exchanges of sympathy and con gratulation over the results of the late canvass, will be the order of the evening, from 7 till hslf past 8 o’clock, after which the House will organize in “ Committee of the Whole on the state of the Union.” “ Associate C.’s,” at tend ! Let each member be in hie scat; mat ters of great interest and of Immense moment hang upon pur deliberations; It is for us to answer the startling iqterogatoiy—” Shall this Union be preserved ?” • H. D. raracn, gee’y. jy From the Urge number of whisky shops that arep reparing to spring up around the new Post Office, one would suppose that the peo ple who patronize the Post Office most, don't do much besides guzzle the “ ardent,”—Vour noZ. - From the present state of mundane aflUrain> all the approaches to the new Post Office, it U' certain that all who would approach il In safe- ! ty most let whisky alone. Nothing short of a dear head, a good pilot, and letting the ardent alone, will insure a safe passage amid those land perils. It' is -a disgrace to the city that now this splendid building is finished, it Is only safely - accessible by balloons, in muddy feather, knd another season most be lost in making tha approaches decent and literally passable. Postponed. —The weather being so stonny last night, the attendance at Bryan Hall was necessarily small, and the Concert postponed hntU to-night—tickets sold last night being also good for to-night. In apologizing for the postponement, Hr. Clalrvillo stated that they, would then sing and play a few pieces for the entertainment of the audience, which they proceeded to do in a manner so far satisfactory as to elicit the highest encomiums, ifr, C’«, performance* are very highly spoken of by the Eastern press. Bis voice is as fine high tenor as we have ever heard, while Hr. Sternberg, as a pianist, ranks among the first in the country, arid we have no hesitation in saying that all who attend the Concert this evening will be richly repaid for their time and trouble. Let t£o house be weU'fllled, I ** tb£ performance is frtrthyofl U ' •* TOTE OF COOK COUNTY—OFFICIAL. /<*£?? KLZCTOIUL. GOTZBXOn. 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Evanston.... Palatine Hanover.... Schaumberg. Totals. The Catastrophe of the Globe, The shocking casualty, the explosion of the propeller Globe, was still too fresh in mind yesterday, not to be the most prominent topic of attention and interest yesterday. Very many hair-breadth escapes are noted and brought forward. It is singular to discover how many were just about to have gone to the immediate scene of the disaster, and were only prevented by tbc most trifling circumstances from being sharers of the foil peril of that scene. And yet It Is a hair-breadth escape for hun dreds, when with a violence on explosion of gunpowder could scarcely parallel, a boiler is Urns blown up in the very heart of a busy city, and sends its fearful missiles whirling him* dreds of feet through the air to light at ran dom in our streets. Reviewing the disaster it is almost miraculous, to see how few lives were lost, and amid all the sorrow, this is an abundant cause for congratulation. The search of the wreck has, since oar last Issue, resulted in finding no other bodies. Tbc still roiflaing victims were probably blown into the river. The son of Martin Hole, Esq.—Walter Hale —has been recognized among the wounded men taken to tbc Marine Hospital. He was so much blackened and disfigured as not at first to be recognized by his relatives. He was however, identified late on Thursday night. He Is severely injured, and has a fracture of the skull at the base of the brain. It is hoped, however, that he will recover. The other par ties wounded arc doing well, and no other deaths have occurred. Inquests were concluded yesterday upon the bodies of the seven dead reported yesterday, and in their investigation the Jury examined witnesses as to the cause of the accident The death of all those who might be supposed to be Immediately cognizant of the condition of matters in the engine room, renders every thing a matter of doubt, but from the same aspect of allairs as presented by ns yesterday, the jury in their verdict locate the cause of the accident with the carelessness of the engineer, force on board, in letting the water get low in the boilers. The following is ,dencc of Capt Pratt, commander ill fated steamer: Capt. Amos Pratt tvorn.— Have ftiled for thir ty-eight years on the lake; hare sailed the propel ler Globe for nine years u she was built in IWS; she has run ever since tha*'time from BuffiUoto Chicago; she was former]/ a side wheel steamer: she was changed to a ’propeller In the spring of 1856: her present engines and boiler were put in at the same time, at Buffalo; t)uy were built by the Buffalo Steam Engine Company; started from Buffalo on my Mist trip on the first of November; arrived here, Thursday morning, Nor. Btlr, at 4 o'clock A. M.:-sqp laid at Hale's dock; she is now blown np and tfnk, alongside of the dock; she blew up, I think, about half past nine Id the mor ning ; it was tbs larboard boiler that exploded; about oce-thiad of the boat was blown to pieces amidships; the other boiler had no water In nor * fire under it; at the time of the explosion, I was on South Waterstreet; I left the boat about half past seven: on the lake we were allowed to carry 64 lbs of steam by law, but our gauge would indicatethat amount at 71 pounds; we usually carried when rannlng from 65 to 70 pounds; when we arc in port we lay with from forty to fifty pounds oo; when I left the boat I baa not been in the engine room; do not know the condition of tne en gines or the boiler, except that the water Sad been blown off from one of the boilers; that was done a little before fire; the boilers were 18 feet in length andß feet In diameter: there was a pony engine on board the vessel: do not know the amount of steam on when we landed but should thlok from the working of the engines about twenty-one pounds; wensnauy kept a fire under one boiler in port to move the boat around with or hoist freight: we supply the boilers in port with the pony engine; the boilers were inspected in the Utter part of Hay; they were inspected by the U. B. Inspectors at Buffalo; the certificates were lost at the time of the explosion: the crew was com eosed of twontT-flve men, all told; 1 have seen all at eight of them alive; four of the deck hands were saved; there are two engineers and four fire men missing; three deck hands dead and one wounded: in my opinion there teat no water in the boiler; when we blow off water out of one boiler we shat the valve between the boilers; I think when that valve was dosed It was left partially open and that the water was blown off both boil ers ; I think they fired up without trying the cocks and finding no steam started the pumps with the pony engine, which would run with five pounds of rteam. and the cold water gomingintocontact with the redhot surface caused the explosion; 1 think the explosion was caused by carelessness on the part or some one: do not think It was caused by any defect in the boilers. The wreck, ns It lies alongside of Hale's dock, was visited large crowds of people yes terday, to witness the appalling results of the explosion. • A numerous force of workmen are'busy dealing the wreck, an undertaking which occupy several days," It is believed that bodies of mWlng victims will be found in the. hold when the same is cleared. irE/" Oat Orchard Acid Spring Wa ter. This Water Is gaining great celebrity. and the da msnd for Ula Increasing rapidly. Its beneficial char acter la attested by thousand*, and It la pronounced by distinguished phyaldana to be superior to any other medicinal Spring Water now In use. The almost mi raculous cures which It has performed lead us to be Uere that It Is destined to become extensively used Ip the treatment of very many diseases which ordinary remedies fall to cure. Its curative properties are ea tobllihsd beyond Quezon, and we feel assured that It Riat, to a great extern; supersede many of the artificial compounds of the day. We recommend those of our readers who may be suffering from general debility, or from any of the diseases for which this Water Is pro. , acribed, to give It a trla). See advertisement In another eoluma. JellcSi-eSatly The cialrrlUe Concert* TTNITED STATES Chicago, Nor. 10,15C0. only Weekly lino to Editors Chicago Tribune:, Gentlemen —Allow me to say & few words In reference to the concert that is to be given to-night in Bryan Halt It was advertised for lost evening, bnt owing to .the disagreeable ’ weather,; so few were present that it was post poned till to-night. Hr. Clalnille sang for the gratification of those who ventured out, two or three pieces, whieh were received with much applause. It has sever been my pleasure to listen* to n voice so perfect and melodious as that of Jhlian ClairvlUc, I doubt very much if thfre is any one in the open troupe that is coming here next week who can equal him, both in regard to the quality and the cultiva tion of bis voiced * He foiqbine* his great powera woman ly tenderness of pathos, perfect dearness, and a most remarkable precision. Nothing bnt an extraordinary voice and years of parent cul tivation could effect such a result. Hr. QairviHe is a strangers here; and bring* ing his merits before the public will mot, I am sure, be regarded as an'act of self-interest by any one who will take the trouble to go and hear blm. ‘ Toms respectfully, o. A Trub echo heartily the following 1 * from the Journal of yesterday: One of the very best things that the good people of Cook County did last Tuesday was the re-election of Coroner James. A. more faithful, indefatigable and manly officer than he has never received the saffians of bis fel low citizens. His majority is isrgg. If all knew him as wdj aa we do* then -would not have beea>boatary vote cast against him, BsoxcmAL CtaAnxm*.— For the instant relief of Asthma, Just received by K. H. Sargent, apoth ecary, lute and Bandolph street. BHEBX77. CIB. «.’K. Sri'S XT’T. LT.-OOV. f TiTE BEK. S3 55 O 25 O C c t* » c. 5 « e 3 B ■ a ts s : • r sgg 9 g • 2 c *» * f|l T ? 988 1300 920 1413 940 1396 991 1357 71 150 71 150 61 150 71 118 159 113 144 128 150 115 156 27 148 27 147 23 14S 27 143 37 110 53 105 57 109 65 110 S3 139 100 34 318 82 158 188 101 lU4 258 93 268 95 258 103 259 6G95G6 93 87 24 C 694 121 17 121 17 126 17 121 17 158 43 183 26 148 58 157 44 366 11 319 24 267 110 269 111 117 29 150 25 147 29 144 39 178 32 127 78 177 32 174 83 178 44 84 185 94 ITS 179 42 119 8 110 16 118 11 119 8 74 55 29 100 73 67 74 65 189 86 164 69 189 89 189 86 229 75 217 8722777225 77 91 25 81 34 90 26 91 25 174 49 168 65 183 41 174 49 86 71 63 97 70 89 71 86 180 8S 125 48 129 89 180 88 193 81 144 61 163 67 190 81 151 82 133 54 152 34 155 83, '64 117 81 100 81 100 64 117 119 65 108 63 109 45 117 65 244 23228 89 237 20 245 33 119 19 115 33 117 22 116 33 81 29 83 33 81 39 81 29 67th DIBTBJCT. Proviso Total. The Illinois St« Andrew** Society. At the late annual meeting of the Illinois St, Andrew’s Society elected the following board of officers for the year ensuing: President, Dngald Stewart; Ist Vice-President, William James; 2nd Vice-President, James Alexander: Treasurer, George Kennedy: Secre tary. John Mackintosh; Assistant-Secretary, Geo. McPherson; Managers, Peter Macfarlane, James Thompson, Donald Mackintosh, John Eason, John Rankin. The Society give their annual banquet on St Andrew’s day, Nov. 30th. Boot Found.— The Captain of the schooner C. W. Gray, of Grand Haven, Mich., reports the finding of the body of a middle aged female on tbc beach near the mouth of the Kalamazoo River. It was without doubt one of the victims of tbc Lady Elgin disaster, judging from the condition of the body. The body was dressed in black silk with three rows of fringes on the sleeves; bad two silver rings on the finger next to the small one on left hand, and a gold ring on the middle finger with Initials “W. L.” on inside. Body about five feet in height. Farther particulars may bo obtained lyr addressing the Post Master at Newark, Allegan Co., Mich. X9T Go to John Jones's, 119 Dearborn street, and get your clothes cleaned and repaired. They will he well done, and at prices to suit the times. \3ff~ T. C. Smith & Co., Coppersmiths. Braes Cock manufacturers, dealers In Wrought Iron Pipe, Steam and Gas Fittings, at low prices, 223 Wash ington street. nor 10-9t Ashcroft's Low Water Detector for PRE TESTING THE EXPLOSION OP SIEAX BOXLXRS.— This Is the most perfect apparatus for detecting low water In boilers, that has jet been invented, being simple in construction, efficient in operation, and can readily be attached to any boiler. A great number of them are now In use in this city, and no boiler should be without one. For sale by nor 10-6t. WaAworth, Hussars «fc Co. Billiards.— A new style of Kerosene Lamps for lUnmlnatlugUilliard Tables, just received at No ble’s Lamp and Oil Emporium, 123 Clark street. noB-6t - J '\ Gas EtXTtmßS.—sls,ooo worth of cewatjlesjns r retelv’ed at 75 Clark strost. no£l2t H. H. Wiuluxth. .Coal On. Lamps.— The largest stock west of New York at 75 Clark street. Kerosene OU, 100 gallons no6-13t 13^All should not fail to read the advertise ment of Prof. Wood In to-day’s paper. ses-Iy. Art Uinos.—lOO Oil Paintings to bo distributed to snbecrlbers! Free exhibition at Kingsbury Hall—Honrs from 9 to 18 a, x. and from 1 to 4 p. x. Committee for distribution: Hon. Chas. A. Edridge, Hon. M. C. Darling, A. O. Buggies. S. 3. Bragg, Esq., Geo. W, weikert, r. x. Jas. Ewen, John Sewell, W. IL Hinner, Edw. Beeson, G. F. Brownson, K. A. Darling, Treasurer. J. B. Atwatxb, Agent. Fond sir Lac, Aug. 8, iB6O. Chicago, Not. 6, 1860. We, the undersigned, know the above committee to be among the most reliable aud honorable men of the State of Wisconsin, and that full faith and confidence may be reposed in their guarantee. D. V. Bxll, noOxSt John* A. Eastkax. RELIGIOUS NOTICES. Sr. J axes’ Church.— The hour for Sunday af ternoon service in St. James’ Church has been changed to 3 o’clock. Rev. Mr. Bigger will preach for the Ist United Presbyterian Congregation, corner of Washington and Jefferson streets, to-morrowat the usual hours, 10H a. m. and Z)4 p. m. Spiritualism.— Mi?* Bell Scongal will lecture at Kingsbury Qall on Sunday at 10>f a. m. and 1)4 p. m. Fans Church.— St. Ansgarins, Prot. Episcopal Free Church, corner Indiana and Franklin streets, is open for Divine service every Sunday at 10X a. m. and 1)4 p. m. E. B. Tuttlz, Missionary. CORK, LIVERPOOL, *ti<l an the principal dtle* of Great Britain and the Continent of Enrobe. caUßur at Queenstown THE MONTREAL matt. •• Ocean Steamship Company’s FlnLcliM fnll power Clyde befit steamer* In eonnec tionwimtheGß&D TRUNK RAILWAY of Canada, sail every Saturday from Quebec, carrying U>e -UnliM State* and Canada Malls and paasencer*: Bohemlan.C*pt.McM**t*r. N ova Scotian,Cap Jortand ITtb Briton, -Grange. I^TtbAmerican. •* Arion. Anflo3»ioL, -B»Untliie. ICinjUja. (new.) Two new ships, Mftiilding.) Quickest. Cheapest and most Comfortable sea passage. Fare from Chicago or MUwankee to Queenstown (Cork). Liverßpol: Flm Clsse. according to state room |S) and Steerage, foond with cooked provision*.. . Betara Tickets. First CUsj. gopd ftr six mouth* PS mJ Steerage * and » CertlflA*tesl«ucd for bringing out passenger* frera the nftelAl towns of Great Britain and Ireland, by above eteamewor sailing vessels, at very reduced rate*. For freight or passage apply to the Company’s Gene, rsl ArenSTsabet ft Searle, 19 Water street. Liverpool, Corkana DnbUn. and 21 Broadway. New York, wm. I*m.U -.I3U.3 S JgIUn S^I MU..^^ Grand Trank Hallway Office. l3Lake*L. dly-tstp Under Adams House, Chicago. T) EMOVAL. —The mbacriber ftai XL removed to NO, 140 LIKE STREET, Where he b now opening a large and choice atoekof BLANK BOOKS and Stationery.. DOfSO-lv F. MUNsON. no Lake street. 1A AAA BBLS WESTERN Xv* vU' ’ NEW YORK APPLES Jn*t arriving and for sale low In large lou. Cider Cranberry*, ana Dried Prolu at No. 1A South WclekUraes." it NEW. HALL ft CO. - aoddtOMm TMLLIARD TABLES.—For Sale O Splendid Rosewood Billiard Tables, with Mar. ble or Slate Bed*, with Best Cushions In the world, for fOS, tao. and fan. Everything complete. Please send yonr orders by m*U or otherwise, and I will OU the same aa if given la person. All tables sold orme are warranted. W. H, GRIFFITH. Practical BQllard Tabla 1M Fnlton streeVgewYork C. n. SCSirzy, Adtertieing Agent, 63 Dear born tt., U authorized to receive Advertieemente/or thieand all the Leading Paper* qf the Sorthweet WANTED —A Situation by a young married mania acme wholesale or com. mbslon house. A food Traveling Agency would not be objected to. TbebcstofrcferenceaglTen. Addreae Bor 2002. Chicago p. O. nolOxlt WANTED —A Team of Carriage T T Hones, well matched, and not under fifteen bands, to drive in single and double harness, and not over nz years. Address Box 4193. Chicago P.O. cotOxSC T AND FOR SALE CHEAP.— JLi 780 acres of well selected lands In Houston Coun ty. Minnesota, at Nine Shillings per acre. Also. Im proved Farms In this State, ana fir»t«laaaChlcagoDaal. neM and residence property, at very low prices. Now la the time tor great bargains. noiodtas-lw Rats* SLOCUM. 48 Laaaße at. JJILLIARD TABLES. Boosewood, Marble Beds, with the latest Improved Combination Cushions, for tale cheap. Old Tables re. cushioned and repaired at short notice. Orders bv mall promptly attended to. 183 Madison street, Chi cago. Post Office Box SSL . _nol#xSt_ A. B. GRIFFITH. Agent TATANTED —By a young man of t T ability and tome experience, a Clerkship In a Law Office. Call or address C. F. KNAPP, 17K south Clark street. ; nolftx2t WANTED—By a young man of T T unexceptional reference, a situation In some Wholesale Grocery or Mercantile House in the dty to act In the capacity of salesman, shipping clerk, super. Intendent or otherwise, la well acquainted In the city aud considerably In the country. Address M J.B.CV* P.0.80x 33TS. nolOxfr QO fJAf| SHAVED SHINGLES U\J on tbeDoetLandlbraaleby UoWxlt J. W. SYEES. 7 Dole's Building. T OST—About a fortnight ago a JLi Black Newfoundland Dog. white feet, white breast, little white over tho nose, and whUe spot on the neck, about ten months old. very heavy built, wore a leather collar. The finder will be liberally rewarded by returning the same to 39 North Clarkstreet, corner of Klmle street. no!oi3t I I g iff "VTOTICE.—A. Special Meeting of J- 1 the Stockholders of the Union Insurance nod Trust Compnoy wlllbe heU nt the Office of said Com. pany la Chicago on Aursday, the 23d of November la* stant. at 4 o’clock r. «. POIQ-d431-!t B. F. JOHNSON. Secretory. 705 SSG 1236 506 425 1356 S3 42 8 65 26 77 34 49 75 33 82 IS 117 65 82 31 89 \\T ANTED—A good Second-Hand T T Plano. One la prime order, good style and make. Any one having such an one very cheap, for may address for three day*—S. F. I)*” Box 797 Chicago Post Office. nolpxst .1614 1513 1236 . 743 743 597 . 440 451 423 173 173 83 179 179 43 119 119 8 74 74 65 189 169 86 826 226 77 91 91 34 174 174 49 76 71 75 130 ISO 88 IS7 IST SO 155 155 18 64 04 117 US 116 65 239 339 23 115 115 81 81 81 39 TXTANTED—Agents wanted to T T supply Chicago and Cook County with the w.TTR'RTrA WASHING- MACHINE. Also, to sell Town and County Rights. The Machine 1* decidedly so perlor to anything of the kind yet Invented. Liberal terms to Agent*. fi. QUBDON, 48 South Clark street. Room ho. 8. nolOxSt TV/ - ANTED—A good Second Ml- TT ler. Apply at once to HABPEL& COLE* Chi. cago City Mills, corner of Jefferson and Klntle street*. polOxlt OTORE AND GOODS FOR O SALE CHEAP—worth shoot 17,000. in a flourlih. log Village. 140 miles from Chicago, with a fintclaw trade. S4OOO will be taken tnChlcago Beal Estate. S3JBO cash, and balance In oney ear. Payment to be sc. cored. Inquire of GEO. A. SEAVEBSs, 73 Dearborn street, Chicago. nolOriw .9157 9153 . 5939 JJOODS! HOODS!! HOODS!!! LATEST STYLE HOODS 7. M. STINE ct* 00., 37 Lak« Street, (Up-Stalrs.) moT-<UII4t-Qct A RARE CHANCE!—The Stock and good will of a FIRST RATE PAYING PROPERTY, LOCATED IN CHICAGO, Is offered for sale upon the most libe ral terms. For full particular* addrens the undersigned, or OEO. A, WHEELER, at Cincinnati. JOHN B. PARK, noiadiaß-lm No. 124 Lake street, Chicago, 111. jyjONEY TO LOAK We expect to have In course of the present month * Urge emonnt of money to loon on city property in earns of 9UCO to SUM. a»d would be cied to reeelve eppUeeUoos la advance of the receipt of the fan lift. li. D. OLMSTED A CO., n07.d415.1w _ OLD SACHEM BITTERS THESE DELICIOUS AND FAR-FAMED BITTERS are recommended by the First Physicians of the Country, on aecountofthdr PURITY AND GREAT MEDICINAL VIRTUE. They are pleasant as nectar to the taste, and are pro nounced the best Tunic and Stimulant ever offered to the Public. Their curative powers In cases of GENERAL DE BIUTT, LOSS OF APPETITE, CONSTIPATION. Etc„ are unparalleled, and as a guarantee that we feel warranted in claiming what we do. we beg leave to state that our assertion# are endorsed by For sale by Grocers, Wine Merchants, and Druggists generally. nolo*Co.ly rpO GROCERS. SEW HAMS. We have on band. Just out of smoke, a splendid lot of Kew Sugar Cured Dams, Which we offer to the trade at lowest CASH prices. TOBGT & BOOTH, Packing House, Old Bt. Bridge. South Breach. noUkKSMw FIRM AND NEW Ctooda. We have recently reopened the Store NO. 10*2 RANDOLPH STREET, (Tappan’s Old Stand,) With an entirely new, extensive and well selected stock of Beady Made Clothing, AND GTNTS’ FURNISHING GOODS. Our styles are the latest, aud goods ss well made as can be made to order. It Is onr detei ruination and our Interest to gala con fidence and satisfy customers, premising that we ask nothing for showing goods, then (If we oo not sell; it shall not be the fisnlt of our endeavor*. nalOxlt G. T. HELPING & CO. JjOME INSURANCE. The Union Insurance Trust Co., Chartered by the Legislature,of TiHnni. CASH CAPITAL T $200,000. - w Office—Exchange Bank BoUdlnm 8. W. corner of Clark and Lake street, Chicago, *DL President—sEJTJ. LOMBARD. Secretary—B. F. JOHHSOB. Vice Prttldent—VAN n. HIGOISS. A^Tressarer— T, A. HOFFMANN. . Diuctors?—Benjimla Lombard, Cambridge, Mesa.; Matthew Bollea, of M, Bollea * Co„ Banker*, Boston. Daniel Sharp. Commlsaloner. etc. Boston, Mass.; James W. Stona.iL D„ Boston, Mas*.; Leri F, Steven*. Boston. Mass.: Van H. Hlgsin*. Judge Superior Court, Chicago, I1L; Fraud* A. floffmaamHoffmarm ft Gel. poke. Bankers, Chicago; Qeo. W. Gage, of Gage, Bro’ ft Drake. Tremont Boose; Chicago ;M. D, Oilman. of M. D. Oilman ft Co., Wholesale Grocer* andlmporter*. Chicago: John V.Fanrell. of Cooler. Harwell ft Co,. Wholesale Dry Good* Merchant* and Importers. Chi. cago; Francis B. Peabody, Attorney at Law. Chicago; ThoraaF Harless, of Harless ft Parker, CommlsJon Merchant*. Chicago; J. Q. Hoyt, of Hoyt ft Peirce. Wholesale Grocers and Importers. Chicago; Isaac O. Lombard. Genera) Agent Union las. and T. Co. Chi. cago ; D. L. Phil 11 pa. Anna, I1L; Eltls Harwood, Preal. dent of Wheat-Growers’ Bank. Anna, HI.; Jodan Lom bard. Caahier Pamet Bank, GriggavUleJ HI.; Charles Xhandler, of Charlea Chandler ft Co„ Bankers. Me cotnb. Hi.; Oliver Whitaker, of Henderson ft Whitaker. Attorneys at Law. Toulon. Hi.; Marshall Arret, Prral Toulon Bank, OriggsvUle. EL • nolQ.dtfr.3m MAIL.— Neil) abhertisements. A terse Une of Ladles and Misses In store and ftr tale at Wholeeole. For Fire Years AT TEN PER CENT. INTEREST. AND Wigwam Tonic Prof* BILLDIIN, of Yale College, Prof. HAYESy of namehuMltiy And hundred* of other*. JESSE OAKLEY’S SUPERIOR SOAPS. Trade Mark “H.B. AMES’." For sale bran Whole, sale and Retail Grocer*, no^-<fC3-Hnl»tp KINGSFi T, Celebrated Oswego Starch. All varieties told by all Wholesale and Retail Qro oer*. _ noe-dCLiml*rp AND OIL EMPORIUM. CIIAS. L. NOBEE, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In KERQSIHE and goal oil goods, Of every description. LAMPS and CHANDELIERS, with new and !m --proved Burner*—burning without smoke or Churches, Hall*, Store*, ftc. •> I am the Solo Agent for Chicago, oj the Downer goronne OU Company. au»-c96S£ml*tp No. ia CLARE STREET. T OST—A Tan Terrier Sint, eara -A-J cropped, short tall: answers to the name of “LIU." Was last seen on tbe etb a. v. The finder wm be rewarded by leaving her at So. 98 ‘av*. noe. • - • nofxst F>R IHLLINERT, DRESS AND Cloak MaklDk; Patterns and Machine co to Him A.O. NORRIS, llf South Clark street CaP botußufidlnf. EDWARD a l odhrim Proprietor* NUMBER 113. amusements. J£RYAN HALL, CHICAGO, GRAND CONCERT rocal and Instrumental .tfuiic On Saturday Evening, Hot. 10th, 1860, Whsa the following Artist* will appear: Hr. JUIBAH CLAISVIIIB, The greatest Amezlsaa high Tenor. Selections from ths following grand Opsars win be performed: IB TROTATORF, LUCIA DE LAMMERMOOB, LUCRE iTA BORGIA, BOHEMIAN GIRL 1)05 P WT& BALLADS, AC. jy For particulars see Programmes. Apxtmum—Reserved Seats .....SO cents. Gallery. JS cents. Doers open at halt past 7, Concert to commence at » o'clock. S3T" This Concert having been postponed irom last evening, tickets sold tor Ust evening will be good tor this. noIMCUt McYICKER’S THEATRE. Madison street, between State and Dearborn, ttr Doors opea at 7 o'clock. Performance to cosu. menee at 7h o-elock. Box Office opea froaiOUUland from s tills o’clock. Aomasioa:—Drees Ctrdflk SO cents: Second Orels, S3 •ante; Prims Boxes, SI.OO and SB.OO. Continued success of Uio Accomplished Tragedienne. MISS ANNETTE INCE. SATURDAY, Nor. lOth. the great Drama from the French of Dumas, entitled CAMILLE; Or, The Fate of a Coquette. Camille. b admirably presented, and vat re. celvcd on Wednesday late with great applause. m Mr*. Anna Cora Mowatrs beantlfm play of AR MAN D; or, THE PEER AND PEASANT. U In pre. garatlon. Also—'•The Marble Heart." and "ilary gR TAX’S HALL, MME. PAULINE COLSON, The Celebrated Prims Donna and Principal Star of the Italian Opera* of New York. Philadelphia and Boston, will give, In this city. TWO SRARD OPERATIC CORCERTS On Monday and Tuesday Evenings, Hoy. 12 Al3, On which occasion she will be assisted bv the following renowned anise from the above named Dpera Hoosea: MISS KELLOGG, the new and youthful American Prtma Donna; her tint appearance In this city. 610. BRIGNOLLjthe famous Tenor. SIG. FERRL the eminent Baritone. _ BIG. SCSINI. the areal Basso. The who|a«sder the direction of the distinguished MaslcalSdrTorandCondnctor. SIGNOR MUZIO. ehuvrHihe office of Tremont Rouse, and at n. M. H!mai.wl7 Randolph street, beginning this morning at B o'clock. Doors open at 714; commence at A no6.dtDS.lt YOUSG LIEN’S ASSOCIATION LECTURES, fI.DUB.Qdox Thorular Evening, yovambtrUtb. 1360, AT METROPOLITAN HALL, Series to coaslst of Twelve Lectures by tha following gentlemen: BAYARD TAYLOR. Em, Ber. T. L. CUTLER, GEORGE W. CURTIS.Eaa, JOHN B. GOUGHTem.. Prof a. j.dpsON. „ o,™-* Hon. HORACE GREELEY, Hem. JOHN W. FOSTER, Dr. J. G. HOLLAND. Prof E. L. YOUMAN9. ProC C. 08CANTAN. Hon. H. J. RAYMOND. Her. A. L, STONE. Ticket* maybe bad at the Book Storee of S. C. Griggs A Co. and I). B. Cooke A Co, and at the Store of J. P. Knowles, under the Hall, at the Richmond Uonse. Tre> moat House. Briggs House, and of the Librarian at the rooms of the Association In Portland Block, and of the members of the Committee. Henry W. Bishop, Jr, chas. L.Thomas, and Chaa. P. Kellogg. Lecture Committee. DOI<USX3m HENRY W. BISHOP. Jr, Chairman. ■\TADAME AKERSTROM’S 1»X DANCING ACADEMY. No. 195 Randolph street sorner of Wells. Is open for the season. In*traction In this elegant and Caaldonahle accomplishment given by a new and aliort method, requiring scarcely a tenth part of the lime necessary by the old system. Class open for beginners st all times. Special attention given to the Improvement of Children. Ball room. Parlor, and Stage Dancing tanght. Assembly every Monday noflxit GMRASOLE'S dancing • ACADEMY. Corner Madison and Clark Sts.—Entrance on Madison. Class open at all times for beginner*. Chilobci’s Class every Tuesday and Saturday. Pa. rents oniyallowedaavisitor*. AascmblyeveryTuesday Night, for Scholars and Friends, and no parsons admit* tedexeept those introduced byscholars. aetid&t-6m TirANTED—Checks of the Bli- T v not* Mutual Fire Iniuranea Company wanted by HOFFMAKK A GELPCKC. _noidil*tt TXTANTED. —By a healthy Young T T 'Woman s situation as Wet Kane. Can be heard of at Mr*. BATE'S Intelligence Office. 171 Washington street, near the comer of Wella. noßxu WANTED. —To trade a Horse for S Famllr Carriage or s Plano. He la a splendid •addle horse and kind in harness. Address. Post Office BoxTOl. noSdUl-tw TAT - AN TED—To Rent a First * V Class Residence on Michigan or Wabaah are* now. Address D. F. METCALF, p. O. Box 167. no.iti WANTED immediately.^ it 100 Tons of good loose TIMOTUT HA’*’’ f or which the highest market price will be paid cwi on delivery at oar Press. Maxwell street, rbrner of Bine Island avenue. West Chicago. FKDiSIE BROTHERS Office tt Market street. ociOxlm T3 RENT.—The Brick Ware house. near Rush street Bridge. GO by 120 leet, foor floors, with river and street front. Also, frame bntld log adjoining. 30 by go feet, both convenient for atoraije, with large dock room. Also, two first class brick dwellings on Michigan street, near Pine. Apply to VTM. 1L SAMPSON, or to the subscriber, B. CARrEN TER. oc3l-d3T3-2w TO RENT.—Honse No. 306 West Madison street. Price *l5O. Let It be remember ed that the comer of .May and West Madison street la the centre of Chicago—* point not far distant from Union Park. Go. count the number of beautiful resi dences now growing up in that vicinity. Business men have begun to wake op. A few more of those -40x130 Park lots for sale. E. U. CUMMINGS, *i Clark street, (opatalra.) noOxat. "HISTILLERY TO RENT OR JLJ FOR SALE.—The fine Distillery attached to the Prairie State Mills at CUntoovlUe, near Elgin, on the Chicago and Galena Railroad. Apply to DAVIS > KISSES. 46 La Salle street. ecjO-ffigLm." ast&itrrm NEW AND SECOND friTK UtxD Puxoa for Ule’ow. pianos and If • I I» Melodoous to Rest. Order* for Tuning Plaaos, Melodcona. Organa. M of Musical Instruments promptly attended to. All kinds of Miul cal Instruments at short notice. Iki LAuLK STREET-NEAR CLARE. BOARDING. —Board wanted by a Single gentleman with a respectable Willow lady, who baa no other boarder*, and where a comfort able home con be secured. Address J. MADISON, Post office, where an Interview can be had. no9xst BOARDING. —To Private Fami ne*. Furnished Room and Board wanted In a strictly private family by a gentleman engaged to busi ness. None but these of the first respectability need apply. Adding A. B, P. O. Box 939. noßi3t BO A R DIN G.—Pleasant Front and Back Booms with Board can bo bad at 139 Washington street, a few doors from the Coart House Square. Also, a few day boarders accommodated, nofizlw X> CARDING There are now JL> vacant at 293 and 425 South Clark street, some £ lessens front rooms ■ citable for or stogie gen emen. It Is also a convenient location for day boarders, as It Is only one block from the Sew Post Office. Terms moderate. ocSOxSw X> CARDING.—A Suit of rcry ±J pleasant front rooms may be had by applying at' 109 Wabash Avenge. ocatxaw T) CARDING—A gentleman and JL) hli wlfr, or one or two single gentlemcn.wtn find board and pleasant rooms, furnished or unfurnished, within ten minutes wslfc from the Court Bouse. West Side. Address P.0.80x 3913. oci&dagt-fiw Bonding—a Smt of From Boom# to rent, vTthßoard.st|9ands» MlcLi gma avenue. References required, ocldd2S-lm "OOARDING Pleasant Rooms _l_) with Board can be obtained at No. 49 Van Burra street, between State and Wsbssh avenue. oclQxlm TLLINOIS BANK FOR SALE.— A The Plates and Notes ready tor use of a Back In Illinois for sale. Location good for circulation. A4> dress P. O. Box 4360. aotoOC & SON’S Xj’Oß SALE—A few more of those JL Ladders, from 13 to 30 fret long, from New York S»«te Spruce Timber. Closing oc. at T. M. HIBBARD, 113 KlaHc .tract. (General Notices. 'J'O EXCHANGE FOR LAND— 820,000 "Worth of Uqnors, To exchange for land In lUlnoL*. Wisconsin, lowa. Min nesota or Missouri. Would not object to good real estate In Chicago. TOMPEINB * CO. 0c33d12«m NoTs Klngsbtuy Rock. CTQCK OF GOODS FOR EX- O CHANGE^-The advertiser wishes to exchange A Stock of Goods Tor Beal Estate. Address box 1333 Chicago Post ome. aoß’fiO.ly pmCAGO LAW INSTITUTE.— Notice Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the Chicago Law Institute will be held at the Law Library Boom, to the Coart Boose to the cky d Chi cago. on Monday the twelfth day of November. ISOL at three o’clock la the afternoon UUZOOET^B-emirT. A RARE CHANCE.—Parties wishing to go Eaafoffer boose to rent sod furni ture tor sale very low. Eonse very pleasantly located wfiln a desirable neighborhood. Addrera -H.L. T. Chicago, ” 0 tnotm CHICAGO TKIBCYE AJD'WRXZBXN'Q' SCB3BDTTM3. Tha following ire tha Eatsa of Advartlalng In tha DULT CHICAGO THXBV7IS » One Square, (8 lines agate,) one insertion....s JR One Square each subsequent dav. (SC $1.00).. One Square two weeka, (6w $7.00) 5 20 One Square one month. (3m $9.00) One Square three month*, (4m 115.00) Ur.oo One Square (six months, (9m $35.00. 10.00 One Square one year rff.oo ty A Schedule of Prices for more space * san one Square can be seen at the Counting Boose. |y All Traaaleat Advertisements to be paldin Advanoe. TJY GILBERT & SAMPSON* U AUCTIONEERS, So. H3 LAKJS3T. Furniture, Bedsteads and Housekeeping Goods. AT AUCTION*. Qn SATURDAY. Jfor. 10th, at 91-3 o'clock we will •ell at oar Salesrooms, No. 83 Lake street, a fine assort ment of Furniture, Ac- consisting In pert of Tste-a- Tetea. Boflu, Parlor Cnsln, Book Cases, Marble-top Tables, Card Tables. Rocking and Easy Chair*, Hat Trees, What-nots, French and Collates Bedstead*. Wardrobes, Extension Dining Table?. Oak Sideboards! Oak, Walnut and Mahogany Bedroom Suits, Boreaua and Washstands with and without Marble Tods. Lounge*. Chairs, Rockers, dibs. Ladles' Sewing Chairs! Also, 100 Round-Cornered Bedsteads, together with a great many other goods which will be offeree attha •amo time. Sale pc-lUre and without reserve Also, on WEDNESDAY. Nnv.lUh, at 91.2 o'clock, at our store, we will sell an Invoice or 10 crates of ifest White Crockery; SO doz Table Cutlery, and 73 cases Glassware. Sale positive ana without reserve. nos-dOdt GILBERT A SAMPSON, Auctioneers. The Eminent Pianist. gY WU A. BUTTERS & CO., Great Sale of Books and Stationery AT AUCTION. Encyclopedia*. Scientific. Mechanical and Agrleulta* ral Works. Magnificently Illustrated London and American Works of the Fine and Useful Arts, and a Splendid Standard Library of Books. In all the various departments of Literature, this evening at 7 o'clock; a 9 the store. No. 73 Lake street. noa.d4ia.iw wu. a. BUTTERS A CO-AuctTa. ..Miss Annette Inca. JUKautei. «JTti Kent. loathing. dfor Sale. BT AH chaagea charged 10 cents pec Square. nsTie o» asmrnsoto cc imriT rußm SI.OO per Square, each week, for first month. 2.00 per Square for each subsequant month. 26.00 per Square for one year. auction Sales. 'yy/’M.A. BUTTERS & CO. GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, 40, 48 ic 60 DEAEBOEN BTBXST Directly Oppedte tit* Turnout House. *• rißßiTuai s a z. a Krwy Wadaendny dc Saturday at 91-2 A. M. DRY GOODS SALE Ircy Monday at 0 1-2 o'clock A. M AT OUR SALESROOM. IT Cash advanced on Furniture, Dry Goods. Boots and Sboea, Ac. aoao-cftßdy CLOSING OUT SALE OF -m Fall and Winter Goods -A. T COST! Having BaUrminad ta Call Out ay ENTIRE STOCK OF Staple and Fancy Goods la tha shortest possible time, I will aosunasM ea THURSDAY, NOV. IST, And offer at cost my large stock of seasonable tad at* tractive goods. To convince the pnbtle that this seta Is positive, and made to close up business, tha prices at a tew goods are here given: Beat SerrlmacJc Prints, • • • • • io eta. Lonsdale Bleached Cottons, • - ujf e. Best Styles Pacific DeLalnes, • - 18 cts* Printed Englishßlerlnoes, ••■socts. Alexander’s Kid Glotcb, ••• 00 cts. EMBROIDERIES AND LACES AT HALF PRIGS. Ladles' Skirts. ID hoops, at 3714 eta. Ladles' Skirts, 20 hoops, st 73 eta. Ladles' Skirts. SO hoops, at 11714 eta. Ladles' Skirts, 40 hoops, at ISO ets. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. The Store will ba closed at 7 o'clock ta tha srsniax aA tar November Ist. T. 33. OA.RTRZL 136 - - - Lake Street. - - - 136 [oea-dffa-tmlstpl JfOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES.' thb rouownro usr or WINES, BRANDIES, ETC.* WE WARRANT PURE AND GENUINE. Wa keep enlr such articles la this line as will command tha approbation of the discriminating purchaser*. RRANDIES. THO3JJINI * CO.. OTARD, DUP ITT *OO, JAS. HRSRUQT * CO.. PISKT. CASTH-H * ct>. WHISKIES. Crowe’s Old Bourbon. 18S3. 9, T. Suit’s Old Bourbon, 1854. “ “ “ “ isse. “ “ “ “ 1858. “ “ Old Bye. H«liAii , a Irish* BumjH iwfah, PORT WIXES. PUBS JVICX. OLD QUEEN. ROT AT. OPOBTO WINE CO. SHERRY WINES. ivnym.ipft, TOPAZ. *. tTAfi BUDEIRA WINE. SOUTH SIDS. REMS. JAMAICA. SANTA. CBUZ. ALES. MUIR’S EDINBURGH, la pt>. JEFFRY*! SPABJC. LINO, In plats. PORTERS. S.AI. BURKS’S DUBLIN, la p*U sad O’ts. R. B_ BTASS* LONDON, In p'ta and q'ta. SJftITH X JDIPITR, (Saaeeasort to Ponton A Co.J 04 Laks Street • • 94 OPPOSITE THE TBEMOKT HOUSE, toot (ÜBT-lwlatpl R. Stafford’. Olive Tai Only and no other preparation over •ompoonded with the view of a gena- J. Olive ral sale baa ever been able to obtain Olive testimonials from persons of such prominence as Gao. Law, Esq.. Fifty TeVk. SiMßoa Dft.trca. Esq.. Banker. ’N. Y. Tucatnw Wkd, Etui. Alb*tnr, N. V. On. Derr Gim. waafetneton. D. C. Col. Saucsl Colt, Hartford, Conn. Cot, Cum. U>* 17. S. Anar. Bar. Josp’i LaavtTT. Editor Inde- N. T. Rst. j£. Buobt. Ed. Examiner. K. T. Iter. D. W. Caosr, Agent of Amert •an Bible Union. K.T. Bar. O. F. A. bruxixo. Buttcrnntts, New York Bit. Da. Laosaan. Exeter. N. H. And more than one hundred other well known persons. Olive Olive Olive Olive Olive OLX U2! TAR. Olive Olive Wmr Our* Tan ra Ivhalxo Us healing Balsamic odors are brooghtln contact with the lining membrane ol the Throat, Bronchial Tubes, and all tho Alr-Cellx of the Lung*, Believing at once soy pain or oppres ses. and healing any irritation or ls> Olive Olive W*a* Our*TinciT*mrrov Sc aaa It forma an on equaled Soothing and Healing Syrup for Coughs and afl Wax* Ours Taa n Appukd Its Magnetic or concentrated eontlve power render U a moat speedy PAIN AKNIUILATOB. Olive Tar Is not itlcky, does not dls color. Fifty cents a bottle. Olive Olive J. R. STAFFORD’S IBQI AID SDIPHQI POWDEBB Are a soluble preparation of Iron and Sulphur. Identical with that existing to the blood of a perfectly healthy person. Uniting with the digested food—They Revitalize and Purify the Blood—They Impart Energy to the Nervous System—They Invigorate the Llver-Ther Strenghten the Dl- S ration—Thev Regulate the Secro. ons of the Body—And are a Specific tor all Female Weaknesses. Parcs Os» Doa_ia a Pzcxzca. STAFFORD’S OLIVE TAR. STAFFORD’S IRON' AND SUL PHUR POWDERS. STAPFOBD’S LNTIALER. For sale by Olive (Hire (Hire Olive Olive Olive 83KITH Sc DWTEH, (Snccessors to Fenton k Co.J Olive Wholesale sod Retail Agents In ChL cage. oc^dasAmutn /THREAT VICTORIA BRIDGE VjT OPEN.—This hnmense Iron strnctnwL nearly two miles la length, (the longest In the world; arvewd across the BITEB ST. LAWBE^CK, At Montreal, at a ooet of Wx lara, to connect the Eastern ma, ,)£aacern Divisions et the Grand Trunk Railway of Canada, Is no open for public traffic. This road ot nearly LUO 'miles In length, u operated under ONS MANAGEMENT FROM DETROIT MICH* TO PORTLAND. ME* And there Is only ONE CHANCE OF CARS From Chicago or the Mississippi Elver to Portland 1 er<> Boston. Quickest and most convenient mate lortrsvai between the South and West, and and New England. Passengers and freight booked through all parts of Canada and the New England State*; sXm to and from CHICAGO AKD LIVERPOOL, And the Continent of Europe, at considerably reduced tog from Quebec every Saturday, sod from Live, pool every Wednesday throagbout the year. For further pamcnlars apply to WALTER SHaNLT, Geuaral Manager, Montreal JAMES WAkRACK. General Western Agasi* No. 13 Lake street. Under the Adams House. Chlcag A LL PERSONS HAVING y\ against the late firm of STEVENS A HUB TON are hereby notified to present.the sane to the on denlgned. at hk office. No. 1 ffifr *^ ul ? before the fid day of November next, at which ttmathat assets In ay peaaaoden win be applied to payment *, toe hukhtMowofSiM arm, according to the eon.!# tjpnarfaecrutodewtof data's <UJ Of 3UIO, V'wfHKBOAI.t: oclt-diasdm Asalgnt eor Stevens Mhafir -\TEVV TEMPERANCE MBfcO- J3I SIST. A collection of QLEES, SONQS AND PIECES Composed and arranged tor the use of Temperne* Organizations by Stephen Hnbbard. Price to cents, on * k’^‘ Kms * ld - *> Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar, Tar. Tar. Tar. far. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar. Tar.