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Uironnh tho Slolo, nml It Is lionml that Ludlow
Will bo Toturuod tlmingli tbolrlullnonco.
strclal Dlemleh la The Chicago Tribune.
Pirrsnonou, Pa., Oct. 14.—T0-day tho elec
tion Is being hold throughout this State for
Treasurer and Judge of tho Supremo Court, as
well ns tho regular county elections. Tho
Republican ticket, with Robert W. Mackey at
Its head, is far in the load, Judge Gordon, how
ever, being much scratched. The liquor interest
is making a strong light in all sections of tho
State, ana, as Mackey is their man, and ns ho
has sold out Gordon, he is being largely voted
for by tho Democrats. In tho county tlioro
aro four tickets in tho Hold, Republican, Demo
cratic, Independent Labor, ami Prohibition.
Though there aro so many, very little interest is
manifest, and not near a full vote will bo polled.
Tno Republican ticket, however, is far in tho
load, and will carry in tho County of Allegheny
by about 0,000 majority.
Philadelphia, Oct. 14.— Philadelphia City-
All wards of tho city but one show tho following
results: For Judge of tho Supremo Court,
Gordon, Republican, 49,05)5 : Ludlow. Democrat,
89,203 5 Ropubllcau majority, 10,097, State
Treasurer, Mackey, Republican, 60,070; Hutch
inson, Democrat, 81,870 j Republican ma
jority, 25,109. For Sheriff, Elliot,
Republican, 51,415 ? Hall, Democrat, 29,800;
Tyndale, Reform, 5,450. Republican majority
over both, 19.103.
In Dorks County tho Democratic majority is
about 4,000.
York County gives about 1,000 Democratic
Huntingdon, estimated, gives a Republican
majority of GOO for Supreme Court Judge and
Clinton County gives COO Democratic majority.
Montgomery County gives a small Bopublicaa
majority. Last year tno Democratic majority
was 0.
Cumberland County, corrected, gives a Demo
cratic majority of 450.
Dauphin Comity—Harrisburg gives a Repub
lican majority of 400. Tho Republicans havo a
majority iu tho county of 1,100.
Pittsburgh. Pa., Oct. 14.—Election returns,
os for as hoard from tho city, show a Republican
majority for Supremo Court Judge of 1,800, and
State Treasurer, 0,000. Estimated majority
In Allegheny!) {County, 5,000 far Mackoy,
Republican, State Treasurer, and James Gordon,
Supremo Judge, Republican, 4,000, a falling off
of about two-fifths over tho vote of 1872. Tho
ontiro Republican ticket is elected in tho comity.
Indiana County will givo 1,950 Republican
Philadelphia, Oct. 14.— Tho following elec
tion returns havo boon received from this State:
Columbia County—Democratic majority, 1,450.
Monroo County—Stroudsburg, estimated Dem
ocratic majority, 1,200.
Cumberland County—Republican majority, 500.
Centre County—Returns indicate a Democrat
ic majority of 600 for tbo county.
Philadelphia—Wiodouor, Republican candidate
for City Treasurer, has 18,7G2 majority over the
Democratic and Reform candidates.
Bedford County—Very close, with a small
Democratic majority for tho county.
Fulton County—About 275 Democratic ma
Cumberland County—Democratic majority,
Lycoming County—Republican majority, 100.
Berks County gives a Democratio majority of
about 4,000.
Northampton County tho Democratio majority
will not roach over 2.800.
Luzuno County Democratio majority, 2,000.
in this county only halt tho usual vote was
polled, and tho outiro Democratio county ticket
was elected.
B'lcks County—Judge Ludlow’s majority will
bo about 200, and tho Democratio majority for
State Treasurer, 800. Tho Democratio candi
date for State Treasurer is ahead.
Union County—Mackey’s majority. 600. God*
don’s, for Supremo Judge, will probably roach
800. Lowisburg, his birth-place, gives him 823
Special Dispatch to The Cbicaao Tribune,
Fort Wavne, ind., Got. 14. —The election to
day for Prosccuting-Attorney of tho Thirty
eighth Judicial Circuit and for Justice of tho
Peace of Wayne Township passed off very quiet
ly, and but a light vote was polled. Tho Demo
cratic candidates are elected by largo majorities,
—Jacob B. Bittingor for Prosecutor, with no ojh
position, and E. P. Edsall for Justice. H. F.
Wilson ran os independent candidate for Justice.
Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune,
Warsaw, Ind., Oct. 14.—Tbo judicial election
of tlio Thirty-third District, consisting of Ful
ton, Marshall, and Kosciusko Counties, was a
very quiot but interesting affair boro to-day.
Tbo candidates wore E. Van Long, Democrat,
present Judge by Executive appointment, and
Edward Haymona, both residents of this place.
Thoro seems to bo moro of a personal fooling
manifested by tho pcoplo than political, lie
turns are coming in slowly, and tho result will
bo uncertain until late, although it is generally
believed Mr. Long will bo elected. “Wayne Town
ship gives a Republican majority 61, a decrease
of about 140.
Indianapolis. Ind., Oct. 14. —Tho election in
tho Seventeenth District, Richmond, Ind., to
day, resulted in tho election of tho Hon. John F.
Kibly, Republican, by 1,000 majority.
Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune.
Omaua, Oct. 14.—Tho People's candidates are
defeated in tho election in this county by a ma
jority ranging from GO to 100. Thoro is no
doubt that a confidential telegram, asking for
tbo influence of tho Union Pacific officials, di
vulged by two Western Union Telegraph opera
tors, injured it to more than that oxtont. Tho
operators, A. O. Barker and W. D. Linton, bavo
been discharged nud placed on the black-list.
They confessed thoir guilt.
Newark, N. J., Oct. 14.— The Charter election
resulted in tho election of Porry, Democratic
ind Reform candidate, by 179 majority, over
Record, Republican candidate for Mayor,who was
elected two years ago by 1,200 majority. This
revolution is duo to moral and municipal reform
questions, without regard to party politics,
Perry receiving a largo portionof tho Republican
Washington, Oct. 14.—The election to-day
for members of tho District of Columbia Houso
jf Delegates resulted in tlio election of two
Democrats and twenty Republicans.
San Francisco, Oct. 14.— Dispatches from
Oregon to-day placo Nesmith's (Dom.) majority
for Congress at 1,000.
Pursuit and Punishment of a Dand of
Thieving llcdsacins—The iUodoo
JSomnnnt En Route to Port Russell*
Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune.
San Francisco, Oct. 14.—Lieut. Schuyler,
with a small forco of troops and Indian scouts,
pursued Doicho and his bond of ono thousand,
from the Verde Reservation, Arizona. Ho en
countered a portion of tho band near the mouth
Df tho Vordo, end killed fourteen warriors.
Delohe is still at largo.
The remnant of tho Modoc tribo is on tho way
}o Fort Russell, escorted by two companies of
St* JTokoph, filo*
fljNcfaf Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune,
St. Joseph, Mo.. Oct. 14.—Tho residence of
tho Rov. J, W. Newcomb, in this city, was
burned to-day. Loss about $5,000 : insurance.
$3,000, in tho National, of Hannibal.
At IViloM, Mid).
Niles, Mich., Oct. 11,— -The passenger depot,
eating-house, ticket aud telegraph ofllces, water
bouse, and wood-house, with 800 cords of wood
belonging to tho Michigan Central Ballroad ai
ibis place, wore destroyed by lire last night. Tho
freight-house and eastern water-house wore
saved. Loss heavy, and fully insured.
JTlilwiircl' IV. J.
Lambeutyille, N. J., Oct. 11.—A largo fire
occurred to-day in Mllward, N. J., on tho lino of
tho Penusylvanla Ballroad. Five dwellings, nino
barns, and one lumber-yard wore destroyed.
Loss, SOO,OOO. ___
Iu Boston, lUtiHSi
Boston, Got. 11.— Tho car and draw-houses on
tbo Eastern Ballroad bridgo over the Charles
Rivor wore burned this morning, with live cars.
Tho damage to tho bridgo is severe, aud one
track will have to bo rolafd.
Manclioaler, N. ID.
Manchester, N. H., Oct. 11.—Tho dwelling
and stables of David M. Taggart, at Goffstown.
wore burned lost night. Hovontoon blooded
Hero ftlsy Ruined* including Nod Uact-
Inks, an Abdallah stallion, valued at $12,000.
Abdallah himself was tho only horse saved.
Increase In the niortality in niemphlfi
VcHtordny-— t'orty-ono Deaflm Uo«
ported»*TUe Mayor of the City Down
with tho UlNCdHo—'flio Shreveport
Death-List—•Tim Kolief Movement.
special Vlnpatch In rhe Chicago tribune.
Memphis, Tom:. Oct. 14.—W0 bad apothor
slight frost tills morning. Tho day bus boon
quite warm, tho sky in clear, and air to-night in
dicates frost, Tho mortality has increased tour.
But few now cohob nvo reported. Tho Board of
Health continue scattering limo and sprinkling
tho strools with carbolic acid. They have issued
an order that no dead body should remain un
coffluod longer than six hours, or unburiod long
er than twenty-four. This was necessary, on
account of the undertakers leaving bodies
exposed, in somo instances as long as forty
eight hours. One was fined by tho Recorder SSO
for failure to mnko return properly, and another
has boon arrested.
The Howards havo nearly 200 nurses em
make tho following report of thoir operations np
to dato: Buried, 28 members, 4 wives, and 8
children 5 havo 15 widows, 21 orphans, 40 cases
on hand, and 48 nurses employed. Among
tho now cases reported by them is Mayor John
son, who contracted the disease from visiting
and assisting tho sick and needy. Ho was
worked down, and has a very bad case.
Tho death of Hr. Ackerman, merchant, who
died tills afternoon at half-past 5, is also re
ported by them.
report four burials to-duy. All their sick are
doing woll, aud contributions aro coming in
more freely. -
Tho firemen report thoir sick as doing welt.
The Knights of Pythias report thoir sick as
doing well.
of tho deaths during tho twenty-four hours end
ing at 6 o'clock, Oct. 13: John O’Brien, 10;
Jouu Modigun, 6; Mary Mcßride, 28; Mary
Lahiff, 80; Louisa Wise, 10; A. Heidelberg,
40; S. J. Atloo, 40; John 11.
Murphy, 85; Mary E. Coleman, 40 ;
Louis liosonthal, 40 : George Granger, 85 ; F.
Moyorflold, 20; M. Ohapsky, 81; T. Friodlandor,
80 ; L. M. Tucker, 47; Joseph Hainor, 50; John
Johnson, 18; Peter O. Uosh, 19 ; George Bus
sey, S3; V. Bussey, 80 : John O. Bogan, 10 ;
Thomas O’Brien, 25 ; Moore, 45 ; George W.
Slender, 84; S. Coopson, 20; Patrick
Griffon, 41; P. D. Bennett, 51;
Nicholas Roach, 88; Mrs. A. J. Taft; Frederick
Horaplo, 40: M. MoKornal, 68; Martha Quany,
83; Allen Thomas, 23; George E. King, 21;
Mrs. Connell, 40; John O. Amos, 13; W. W.
HUL 27; John Frink, 64: J. O. Sweeny, 42 5 B.
F. Chapman, 25; Mrs. Chandler 02. Total, 51;
yellow fever, 41; other causes, 10.
[To the AtsociaUd Press.]
Memphis, Tonn. ; Oct. 14.— Another frost ap
peared tins morning, slight, but sufficient to
increase the hope of an early abatement in tho
scourge. Diligent inquiry fails to find a single
now case.
A man named Tom Canning, said to
belong in Nashville, was found dead bn
Madison street this morning. Ho had boon
drinking excessively for several days. A jury of
inquest is being hold.
Airs. Dr. Coleman and a child are reported
dead this morning.
Everybody is advised not to roturn to tho city
too hastily: at least, till after a more marked
abatement is manifest, which cannot bo consid
ered safe until after a freeze. This is tho advice
of physicians.
report fifty-six cases on hand ; tho Odd-Fellows
about forty, and tbo Knights of Pythias about
nine or ton. Tho latter society have exhausted
their treasury, and individual members are fur
nishing moans and supplies. Tho firemen re
port seven sick, and numbers of their families,
making sixteen or seventeen in all.
Contributions from all sources woro reported
heavier yesterday than on any day during the
prevalence of tho epidemic.
Fifty of tho recently made orphans havo boon
sent to tho Church Homo, near Buntyn Station,
in Shelby County, in charge of tho Sisters of
St. Mary, but that institution reports its
inability to supply them with subsist
ence. Au appeal is mado upon tho citi
zens of Memphis to furnish cooked provisions
for their dinner to-day. Tho Lcatu Orphan
Asylum reports that it has rooms for a number
of orphans, but is unable to feed and clothe
practiced on the dispensers of aid is tbat of a
protended sick man, who managed to draw tea
bottles of champagne and sufficient coal for tho
winter. Ho was detected and made to return the
wore issued from one depot yesterday. Super
intendent Hamilton, of tho Southern Express
Company, received $2,000 from tho Israelites of
San Francisco for tho relief of Memphis. Tho
relief depots oro greatly troubled with impost
ors. Chief of Police Athoy is looking after
them, and will mako bad business with all de
has at last boon stricken with tho fovor. Ho
has labored with untiring zeal from tho begin
ning of tbo epldomio as nurso. visitor* and
whatever olso ho could do to alloviato Buffering
and administer to tho necessities of the dis
tressed, besides attending to tho duties of his
office. Ho will bo missed from tho ranks of
laborers in tho cause of humanity.
Shreveport, La., Oot. 14.— I Telegraph foroe
all well. Interments to-day: Henry D. Mc-
Cloud, 17 years ; Mrs. O. W. Burt, 34 ; Mrs. O.
W. Burt's child, 4 days ; Flora Simon, 8 ; Mos
by child, black ; H. Hall, 44; Mrs. Taber, 80. •
Louisville, Oct. 14. —0n0 or two deaths from
yellow fovor havo occurred hero in the last few
days, deceased being parties who camo from
Memphis sick with tho disease. No alarm is
folt, as thoro is no material for fovor, and hard
frosts bavo occurred for several days.
Fort Madison, la.. Oct. 14.—Tbo citizens of
Fort Madison this afternoon made up a purse of
8200 for tho relief of Memphis, Tonn., suffer
ora and telegraphed tho Memphis Roliof Com
mittee to draw on them for tho amount.
Cincinnati, Oct. 14.—At all tho polls to-day
In tho city woro contribution boxes for tho roliof
of Memphis. It is thought that not
less than !$2,000 was given in this way.
Several theatres arc preparing to givo benefits to
tho samo object.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 14.—Tho Masonic Grand
Lodge of this State mot hero to-day with a full
complement of officers and representatives from
over 200 lodges. Four hundred dollars was ap
propriated for tbo roliof of suffering brethren
m Memphis, and 8100 for those in Shreveport.
About seventy delegates to tho Convention.
From the Memphis Appeal. Oct, 12.
It -will bo boou from tbo ofliclal mortuary re*
port that tho total deaths yesterday wore as
ilfty*ouo to sixty-two tho day before, n dooroaso
of eleven, Thoro is also, it will bo scon, a de
crease of tou in tho number of deaths by yellow
fovor. For this wo aro devoutly thankful. Any
abatement of tho dreadful scourge, however
small, furnishes occasion for earnest, prayerful
thanks to God. Wo have boon fearfully visited,
and tho end is not yet. Hinco tho 13th of Sop*
tombor, just ono short month ago, wo havo lost
nino hundred and seventijrsix souls, representing
every age and condition in life. Nearly eeccn
hundred of thorn by yollow-fovor, This is
paying a fearful penalty, truly, for su
pinonoss. ignorance, and want of proper
organization to cone with disease In any form
that is possible to become epidemic. It is pay
ing dearly to loam that no amount of money for
tho preservation of the publio health is to bo
weighed in tho scales against human life ; and
that a Hoard of Health, composed, as tho pres
ent is, of onorgetio, bravo, and discreet men. is
bettor worth to us SIOO,OOO than tho oxocutlvo
and legislative branches of the Oity Government
together. Wo cun hardly credit tho foot now, by
tho boloful light of tho opidomio, that hut a few
days ago members of tho General Council, un
able to comprehend tho possibilities of tho fever,
higgled over on appropriation of SIO,OOO,
and gavo vent to much fooling over tho pos
sible cost, over that amount, or tho Board of
Health. And yet so it is. whore is that $lO.-
000 now. and whoro tho numerous ton thousands
poured in upon us so generously from ovory part
of tho Union ? Nearly all expended for tho sick
and tho needy, and more has already boon called
for. Tho Masons aro out of money and moans,
and so aro tho Odd Follows, and other equally
benevolent organizations can only look into a
nearly depleted treasury. It is safe to say that
almost SIOO,OOO havo noon expended tho past
thirty days,and that it will tako another SIOO,OOO
to provide for future demands. Our or
phans aro without clothing, |*ud as In
spector O'Bannon has wisely commenced
to burn tho infected bedding and clothing of tho
poor, and it will ho necessary for us to replace
thorn aud continue to tax ourselves, and perhaps
oven tho God-blossod friends who havo helped
us from other cities, in order to prevent deaths
hv starvation and institution, Indeed, wo me
not euro that the vifiltatlon and Us dreadful con
sequences will not justify tho Governor In call
ing tho Legislature together In extraordinary
session to malto an appropriation to hotp us In
tills our hour of greatest necessity* Wo romom
bor that, in Wisconsin, this was done when
that State was overrun by flro, and hor
people were loft destitute* Wo cannot now
onumorato tho number of children that bavo
boon loft fatherless, in somo cases parentless.
Those who know something about it, say they
are over throe hundred. If so, our friends and
our citizens can realize tho magnitude of our
losnos, Bufferings, and condition. As wo havo
before said, this is a fearful lesson, at a terrible
price. It is one not likely to bo forgotten.
Shreveport (Oct. 4) Correeimdcnee q f the St, Limit
Tho fovor is not abating any as yet, but for tho
material it has to work on, It is as bod or worse
than it has boon yet. It is now among tbo ne
groes, and working out in tho suburbs of tho
city, and is In equally as malignant a form as at
first, oxcopt with tho blacks it is not so fatal.
Tho interments, yesterday, wore nineteen, throe
of which wore negroes.
Tho distress is still perfectly terrible, not only
with tho poorer classes, but with many who havo
plenty of properly, or could give auy kind of
security 5 but they cannot borrow monoy at any
sacrifice—it is not hero, and, oven If it was, tho
provisions aro not Loro to purchase. Wo aro
closoly quarantined from every point of tho com
pass. and, In consequence of that and fo&r of
tho disease, no country people aomo to town.
Tho result is, you cannot got a chicken, eggs,
butter, or anything from tho country that tho
convalescing need. Tho mutton is exhausted,
and nothing but poor hoof> and very little of
that, is in market. Of course all Texan
beeves havo boon turned from this market, aud
no ouo will drivo hero as long os tho opklcmlo
lasts. All that tho “Howard Association” re
ceive Is distributed at once among tbo poor and
Every business-house In tbo city Is closed,
and tho proprietors cither in thoir graves or
gouotothe country. Among tho loading firms
that have died aro Mundy & Collins, Hobs &
Noel, Southerland & Togo. P. F. L. Frank, L.
Boor, Droyfuao Brothers. Bale & Murphy, H. L.
Loo & Co., and many others that 1 cannot now
call to mind. Those aro whole firms that have
boon swept away. Thou there are many others
where one or two of tho firm havo died. Thoto
Is hardly a business-house in the whole city that
has not lost somo member of the firm or clerks.
Obi lam satisfied thoro never was such an
epidemic before known on tho American Con
tinent. ’Twould ho woiso than futilo to
oven attempt to describe tho torri
bio suffering and distress of this poor
affiictod community. When the disease was
first proclaimed “ yellow fovor " by tbo physi
cians, every one who could got away from tho
city, by any and ovory possible moans, loft, and
of tho fow remaining, between five ana six hun
dred souls havo passed to thoir final account.
Nearly 16 per cent of tho remaining population
havo died within tho short spneo of thirty-four
days, and the end is not yet, and whore it will
stop God above only knows. Many who woro
considered entirely well, and had boon on the
streets for eight or ton days havo suddenly takoa
a relapse and died within a fow hours. 80 you
see it is impossible to toll when ono is safe and
out of danger. Many, many immediate friends
havo boon buried boforo 1 over hoard they woro
sick. 1 know of whole families that have boon
swept away In tho short spaco of ono week, and
and not a child loft to boor tho namo.
There are not actually well ones enough left
to nurse tho sick aud bury tbo dead, notwith
standing Now Orleans has done ail she could in
sending us nurses and physicians. Their physi
cians have met with no bettor success than our
own. Tbo disease is of a different typo from
what they have boon havlug in Now Orleans.
At tho present time it is estimated that there
are between 800 and 000 down with tho disease.
So far, over 25 per cent of tboso who b&vo taken
tho disease have died, and many who left hero
have died in tho country. Tbo exact number of
deaths, or who they wore, will never bo known,
for, soon after tho sexton was taken down, they
woro buried promiscuously, and. in many in
stances, no record mado of tbo interments. In
many, very many cases, tho corpses have bad to
lay on tbo ground for twelve or eighteen hours,
awaiting their turn for interment.
Now, as for business, that is one of the things
of tho past. No ono thinks of doing anything
but tbo drug-stores, throe or four little retail
groceries, and one or two bakeries. These con
stitute tho business of Sbrovoport, excepting tbo
“ Howard Association,'* which (God bless them)
havo done yeoman’s service; and as for tho out
side world, had thoy not responded so nobly to
our relief, Heaven only knows whether there
would have boon ono loft to toll our woes.
As for tbo citizens of Shreveport, 1 do not
know, at this time, one solitary soul that has not
gone forth to battlo with tho enemy and render
every assistance in his power to alleviate tho
sufferings of tbo sick aud distressed, watch over
tho sick and dying, wash, dress, and bury tho
dead. I know of uo ono who has shirked duty,
but all havo oomo forward, fearless of tho result,
as if of ono family—ana I regrot to say, very
many sacrificed their lives, martyrs to tbo cause.
IKembors of tho Evangelical Alliance
Visit Washington.
Washington, Oct. 14.—Tho visiting delegates
of tho Evangelical Alliance arrived hero about
half-past 2 this afternoon, and woro driven to
Willard's Hotel and escorted to the publio
parlor. Tho Rev. Dr. Tiffany. Acting Chairman
of tho Reception Committee of tho Metropolitan
Branch of tlio Alliance, expressed gratification
that the invitation to visit Washington had been
accepted by tho delegates, and hoped they would
always romomber their friends of tho District of
Columbia on thoir return homo, and In their
prayers ask that principles announced at their
recent Convention may bo perpetuated to all
at this stage of tho proceedings, camo into the
room, and was introduced to tuo audience, who
received him with applause. Tho Governor ex
tended a cordial wolcomo to tbo delegates in »
short speech, at the conclusion of which tho
members of tho Alliance and thoir friends, in
cluding jadios, thou formed in lino and proceeded
to tho Executive Mansion, hooded by Gov.
Bchophord and Richard Harrington, Secretary of
tho District. Upon arriving
they woro taken to tho Blue Parlor, where tho
President and all tho members of the Cabinet,
except Secretary Delano, who was represented
by Assistant Secretary Cowan, woro waiting to re
ceive thorn. Mrs. Grant, Mrs. Fish, Mrs. Rich
ardson and daughters, and several other ladies,
woro also present. The Rov. Dr. Tiffany, after
introducing the moro prominent delegates,
as follows
Tho Evangelical Alliance, which has been In
session at Now York, was a gathering of Chris
tian men, representing tho Protestant faith.
They camo from many lauds, and uttered mature
thoughts of their churches ; tboy deliberated on
topics of common iutorost to all Christians, and
it is confidently believed that thus groat stimu
lus lias been given to Christian scholarship, en
thusiasm awakened in Christian work, and ties
of Christian fellowship greatly strengthened.
Tho ohurcboa and citizens of Washington have
extended, through tbo local Metropolitan Branch
of tho Alliance, an invitation to tbo foreign
delegates to visit tho National Capital, They
havo coroo in response to that invitation, accom
faniod by American friends, and now have
he honor of presenting to tho President
of the United States and his Cabinet
tbo officers and members of tho Evangelical
Alliance, but will first invito you to join in an
invocation, led by tho Dean of Canterbury, to
our Heavouly Father.
Tho Doan of Canterbury offered a forvont
Tuo President then said: It affords me very
groat pleasure to wolcomo this Alliance to the
Capitol of this groat nation, which I fool Is tho
freest of all nations to work out the problem of
your mission. [Applause.]
Members of the Alliance woro then severally
introduced to tho President by George Stuart,
and, tho ceremony of hand-shaking having boon
gouo through,
TUB UEV. nabuhayan bhesuadha,
of Bombay, was called upon for some remarks.
Ho said ho was very much struck with what ho
had Boon in this country, and especially with
tho reception the President hod given him. It
appeared to him that Americans carried out
their spirit of independence in everything, and
ho was happy to see that in free America
thoro was full religious liberty carried out
in all tho circumstances and rolottons
of life. ■ Ho hoped tho time would come when
such a spirit would prevail iu Lis nativo laud.
Ho hoped tho time would come whoa tbo rulers
of that laud, whether British or native, would
show their attachment for Divine law,'for ho
firmly believed that there was no greatness m
any nation which did not acknowledge the re
ligion of our llodoomer, for righteousness ox-
Bitoth a nation, but sin Is a roproooji to any peo
was thou called upon, and said: I also have
profound respect for the President of the United
States, as he is almost tho only roan In this na
tion who thinks a good deal, but can bold his
poaoe. [Laughter aud applause].
After short speeches by tho Boy. Hattoo
Brocket, of Genoa, and Prof. CUrlstUeb, o{ dot-
many, Mr. Stuart announced that tho delegates
would withdraw, os tbo President was com
pelled to proceed to tho railroad train iu ordor
to fill another engagement.
Services wore bold to-night in tho different
Churches of tho city, which woro densely crowd
ed. About thirty speakers of various nation
alities delivered brief addresses, tho re
marks gonorolly holng on Chris
tian unity, and tho growing spread
of Protestantism. It was announced that dole
gatos would moot to-morrow morning at the
apitol, whore they would ho photographed, and
that Gov. Shepherd would entertain thorn at
lunch to-morrow at Willard’s Hotel.
O* ll* Frothingham, tho Apostle of
Free ndlglou, 011 tho ISvatigoUcul
New York, Oct. 14.—Tho largo hall of tho
Cooper Union to-night was comfortably filled by
a respectable audience on the occasion of tho
mooting of members of froo religions. Tho As
sociation was presided over by Mr. Charles
Storrs. Thoßov.O.B.Frothlngbamwastbonrln
cipal speaker. Ho dwelt at length on tho object
of tbo Convention of the Evangelical Alliance,
saying that it ought to bo considered as a parti
san or sectarian Convention, inasmuch as by tho
statutes of the Alliance and tbo wording of tbo
call to tho Convention, none but Churches of
Orthodox creeds woro admitted, whereas
tho Churches and communion of tho Liberal doc
trine woro excluded, and its discussions wore,
therefore one sided. Tho hierarchy of Romo ami
thoir.splritual despotisms was not successfully
to bo mot by tho exorcise of a spiritual dospo
tism differently draped 5 hut only by a liborallu
terprotatlon of tho fruits of Christianity, and
tho careful nursing of froo thought, and tho
progress. of science.
Dlri* Van Cot( t tho Kevftvallat' at Be-
Rpeeiat Diepateh to The Chicago Tribune.
Beloit, Wis.. Oct. 14.— Mrs. Von Cott loft
boro to-day, after spending about ten days in
this city, preaching at tho Methodist Episcopal
Church. Much Interest has boon developed by
hor peculiar methods of presenting tho truth,
tho ohuroh being filled ovory night until a late
hour. Somo evenings tho crowds woro uoablo
to got in. Somo fifty persons think they havo
been converted under nor preaching, Twelve
or fifteen of them are from other towns. From
hero Mrs. Van Oott goes to Omaha, thonco to
SoMsion of tho American Christian
Special Dispatch to The Chicago 2W6«ms.
Tbo American Christian Association meets in
.this city Tuesday, tho 28th inst. A largo atten
dance ia anticipated.
The Now Notes for tho National Banks
—Tax in Circulation—Naval Academy
Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune,
Washington, Got 14.—Tho Secretory of tho
Treasury has determined to toko no further
action at present toward tho replacement of
worn, mutilated, and successfully counterfeited
circulating notes of National Banks. Congress
at its last session appropriated 8600,000 for tho
engraving and preparing of those now notes, tho
Government to be reimbursed through payments
by the banks for such of tho now notes as they
might take, but it is optional with tho banka
whether they take any of tho new notes or
hot, and therefore only fifteen or sixteen appli
cations havo boon made by tho banks for now
tons that ore now ready forlssno. As previously
stated in those dispatches, tho banka aro gener
ally dissatisfied, some of thorn holding that, If
they aro to pay for a reissue of their notes, they
ought to ho allowed to select their own designs,
ana havo their notes engraved and printed at
such places and by such respectable and reliable
bank-note engravers and printers as they might
ohooso to employ. Tho Secretary seems to
ho disgusted with tho whole matter, aud wiU
lot it drop for tho time being in tbo hope that
ho will be relieved from further trouble through
tho action of Congress at its next session.
Tho Commissioner of Internal llevonuo has
no intention of recommending any change by
Congress in tho revenue laws as applied to to
bacco, cigars, and distilled spirits.
Only 40 of 105 youths, who woro recently
examined for admission to tho Naval Academy,
woro qualified. In Juno last 44 out of 76
Tbo Commissioner of Internal Bovonno is no
tifying his Collectors to keep a sharp lookout
upon banks dealing in currency or scrip issued
by municipal or other corporations, and direct
ing a tax of 10 per cent per month, to bo col
lected upon the amounts of such currency used.
11. B. Burg was to-day appointed Ganger in
,tho Bock Island Internal Bovonno District.
Nominated (or tho Wisconsin Senate
Special Diepatch to The Chicago lYibune,
Fond du Lao, Wis., Oct. 14.—At a meeting of
tho Fond du Lac County Council of the Patrons
of Husbandry, hold tn this city to-day, there
were present 150 representatives of tho Order.
Tl.* Hon. A. 0. vVhitiug, of Waupun, was
chosen President, and Fred Nobles Secretary,
Matters pertaining to the welfare of tho Order
wore discussed. It was decided to unite in
support of the Hon. A. 0. ‘Whiting, Liberal, for
tho Senate in tho Eighteenth District. The
Council contained ton persons who hnvo served
in tho Assembly, and who aro men of iniluonco.
Tho mooting was harmonious, and tho Grangers
aro confident that much good will result from it.
Political matters lu Michigan*
Social Viepatch to The Chicago Tribune,
Detroit, Mich., Oct. 14.— Considerable politi
cal fooling was aroused boro to-day by tho unex
pected result of tho election of a County Au
ditor by tho Board of Supervisors of this county.
Tbo Democratic candidate, T. G. Limbookor,
was elected by one majority over Ezra Bood,
Bopublican, although tho Bopublicans have two
majority on tho Board,
So far, all tho delegates elected in tho Fifth
Congressional District aro classed as favorable
to Judge W. B. Williams, of Allegan, for tho
Bopubiican nomination. Tho Counties of Kent,
lonia, and Ottawa aro still to select delegates.
Nomination for tho Now Yorlr state
Senate from tho Buffalo JDiutrict.
Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tribune,
Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 14.— Tho Democratic
County Convention to-day nominated tho Hon.
John Ganson, ox-raombor of Congress, for Htato
Senator. Ho accents tho nomination, under a
strong pressure. His friends regard him as in
Xt&o Wisconsin Wnsliburuo Refuses
Free Railroad Pusses*
Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tnbune,
Madison, Wia., Oct. 14.—Gov. Waabburna
authorizes a flat denial of the statement in the
Democrat last evening that bo rode to deliver
hit) speech at Fond an Lao on a freo railroad
pass, the fact being that there and in all his
travels m the State since the Republican Con
vention adopted resolutions disapproving the
use of railroad free passes by public officious, bo
pays regular fare.
Tlio Congressional Case in Indiana*
Special Dispatch to The Chicago UVibune,
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 14.—The motion to
quash the writ in tho Sbanlts-NolT Congressional
case was overruled to-day. Atty.-Gon. Denny
filed a demurrer to tho petition.
People’s Convention of sc* Clair
Tho People’s Convention of Bt. Clair County,
111., mot Saturday afternoon in tho Circuit Court
room at Bollovillo. P. 0. Horn, William O’Neil,
and Mr. Ruth woro nominated for Oounty Com
missioners, and tho following resolutions woro
That we wilt make common cause against tbo op
pression of monopolies, against tbo bribery and cor
ruption emnloyed by some of our public men to se
cure tbolr elevation to otllco, and the reckless squan
dering of our publlo domain, which should bo pre
served for actual settlers. 1 *
That, protesting ogalust tbo outrage of the last Con
gress, in voting fords members back pay and an in
crease of salary, wo call upon our Representatives of
this State at large, and the member elect from this
District, to effect a repeal of the law that has aroused
the Just indignation of tho whole land.
Vammnuy and Apollo 111 all Caunot
New Yobk, Oot. H.—Negotiations for tho
union of tho Tammany and Apollo Hall Democ
racy have fallen through.
Halifax, Oot. 14.— A Government steamer
will bo dispatched to Sable Island, from which
Slaco she will bring to Halifax tho boat’s crow of
10 steamer Wyoming loft thoro whoa that ves
sel grounded ou tho udaud a levy weeks ago*
A Passage-at-Arms Between the
Pope and the Emperor ui
Tlio Holy Fallior Insinuates that Bismarck
Is Responsible for the Catholic
To Which the Emperor Answers Warmly
that He Is the Responsible Em
peror of the Empire.
Further Developments in the Banaine
Trial Are Unfavorable to
the Accused.
Berlin, Oct. 14.—Correspondence between
the Pope and Emperor William la officially pub
lished. Tho Pope writes, Aug. 7, that the
measures of His majesty’s Government aim at
tho destruction of Catholicism. Ho
is unablo to discover a reason
for such severity, being informed
and believing that tho Emperor is averse to tho
increase or continuance of this harsh policy. Ho
points out that measures injurious to Ohrlstian
religion only tend to undermine tho throne. Ho
speaks frankly, as truthfulness to all is bis duty;
and all tho baptized, oven non-Catholica,
belong in a certain sonso to him.
Ho cherishes tho conviction that tho Emperor
will adopt tho necessary measures, and concludes
by praying God to bo merciful to tho Emperor
and himeolf.
Tho Gorman Emporor replies, Sopt. 8, rejoic
ing at an opportunity to oorroot errors relating
to Gorman affairs. If the Pope was
truthfully informed, bo would he
aware that the Government cannot act against
the approval of the sovereign. The Emperor
regrets that a portion of his Catholic subjects,
priests, have organized a party which is
engaged in intrigue against the State, dis
turbing tho religious peace to the ex
tant of open revolt against tho existing
laws. Ho points to indications of similar
movements in other parts of Europe and in
America, and declares bo will maintain order
and law so long os God enables him to do so,
even against the servant of the Church which ho
supposed acknowledged obedience to secular
authority as a commandment of God. This doc
trine of obedience, however, ho regrets to see
so many priests in Prussia disown. He ex
presses a hope that now tho Pope has boon in
formed of tho truth, ho will use his
authority to terminate tho agitation
which ho declares hoforo God has
no connection with religion or truth. Ho takes
objection to tho Pope’s remark about non-
Catbolics, and, in concluding, says tho differ
ence of belief, however, should not prevent our
living in peace.
Paths, Oct. 14. —Thiers will give a dinner
to his friends in tbo Assembly on Saturday
next. Count do Ilomusat has received an in
Tho Behais to-day has an article written by
John Lo Moillo, showing the urgent necessity
for an immediate settlement of tho political
difficulties hi Franco.
Paths, Oct. 14. —The Oaulois estimates that
tbo Bonapartiets contributed one-third of tho
votes thrown by tho ll&dlcals in last Sunday’s
M. Krautz, Deputy from tho Department of
tho Seine, has declared in favor of tuoßopubUo.
Pabis, Oct. 14.—The court-room at tho Grand
Trianou was crowded to-day. The nTn.minn.tinn
of Marshal Bazaluo was continued. In answer
to various questions by tbo President, accused
declared that bo never was fully informed that
McMahon bad been made a subordinate to him.
Ho denied that he received any telegram appoint
ing him Generalissimo. Tbo dispatches in ques
tion woro produced in court. Bazaino explained
his apparent neglect to communicate freely with
tho Emporor on tho ground that ho thoucht tho
latter was fully acquainted with tho situation.
Ho read a dispatch which was sent from Prussian
headquarters, during tho siege of Motz, to tho
Gorman Ambassador at Constantinople, stating
that tho Gormans would in no caso march on
Bazaino reiterated his assertion that be was
not informed of McMahon’s advance until the
30th of August. la reference to this and sev
eral other points, ho offered affidavits in support
of his statements.
The President coldly said they would bo re
ferred with other affidavits, to tho Court, when
the time for tho examination of witnesses had
arrived. The fooling is that to-day’s proceed
ings have boon unfavorable to Bazaino.
London, Oct. 14. — A dispatch from Cartagena,
of yesterday, says: “Tho Intransigent© vessels
are again leaving tho harbor, and another naval
engagement is expected. Tho command of tho
insurgent fioot has boon given to tho Captain of
tbo Totmau."
Madrid, Oct. 14.—A dispatch from La Palma,
a few miles from Cartagena, says that heavy
cannonading is hoard thoro, and it is thought
that tho expected naval engagement is in pro
A report comes from Cartagena that tho pro
visions in tho oily will only last throo nays
Madrid, Oct. 14. —Tho Insurgents of Carta
gena attribute tho defeat of their squadron solely
to tho cowardice of Contreras, who ordered a re
treat against tbo wishes of tho crows. They de
clare that ho will not bo suffered to command a
fleet again. Their vessels sailed out of tho har
bor to-day fora second fight, but finding the
Government fleet prepared for action, retired.
London, Oct. 14. —The Carlists assert that in
tho battle of the Gth inst., Qon. Morienos lost
900 men, while their loss was only 300.
Vienna, Oct. 14.—Tho Turkish Ministry of
Foreign Affairs recently sent abroad a circular
memorandum, giving a ono-sidod account of the
Austrian Consul's conduct iu Bouria, and com
plaining of tho reception of Priuco Milan, of Ser
via, iu Vienna. Tho Austrian Government has
taken offense, and a note from tbo Porte, ex
pressing regret at the issue of tho memorandum,
Is looked for with somo anxiety.
London, Oct. 14.—Mr. William E. Baxter, M.
P,, in a public speech at Dundee, last night,
urged Increased intercourse with the United
States. Every public man, ho said, should visit
that country.
Havana, Oct. 14.— Advices from Haytl state
that Juomol and several other places in South
ern Hayti wore visited by a severe hurricane ou
the 2Hth ult. Many houses wore demolished,
roofs blown off and trees torn from tbo roots
and carried a groat distance. Thoro was consid
erable loss of life and serious damage to
Special Dispatch to The Chicago Tnbune,
Philadelphia. Got. 14.—Tho special dispatch
sent yesterday to Tub TTudunb, representing
that lucre is groat distress among tho employes
of Bruner’s Cotton and Woolen Mills, in tala
city, and that tho ilrm, iustoad'of being unable to
got money, is in reality planning to defraud its
workmen, we have every reason to holiovo is a
mistake. On tho contrary, tho linn is doing
everything in its power to sottlo with Us em
Liverpool, Oot. 14. —StoamBhlpB Main, Trin
aoria, California, and Georgia, from Now York,
and Circassian, from Quoboo, have arrived out.
Wateutown, Mass., Oct. 14.—Oattlk—Receipts,
1,370. Thu largely Increased supply hud a depressing
oll'eet upon the market. Owners of stock, however,
are stiff on prices, and very few sales weru nmdo ul
less than last week’s rates. Trices on some lots nro
i/o lower. Hales wore made of choice at slU.(HJ(<iilU,‘i. , t;
Extra at $5.32^0.75; first quality, J8,00®B.C0; second,
[email protected]; third, $4.0000.60.
Sheep and Lauus—Receipts, 7,M1. Market Im
proved in consequence of (ho light supply. Lust week
a few lots of lambs sold at V4O, which appears to be
the highest rale. Much of the slock is selling at <U,'(£
fijtfc. Hheop sold at for qualities that last week
woro disposed of ut
Special Ditpatch to The Chicago Tribune,
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 14,—Cattle*—Receipts,
8,774 ; shipments, 1,301, The market is slower, and
prjcofl declined 10 to 250. Through Tcxnnelccre, $1.30
to $3.10 } through Toxan cowh, SI.OO lo $1.40 ; corn*
fed Texans, *3.50 lo $2.80; choice native*, $4.70 lo
$5.05 ; smooth native stock steers, $3.35 to $3.75.
Boob— Extreme range, $3.35 to $3.40,
TURNER—DUFFIKLD—Oct. 11. by the Rev. W. W.
Rrorts, D. D., Mr. Laurln 11. Tumor, aon of C«|it. John
M. Turner, and Mbs Mary W. Uulliold, daughter of
Charles DuffloM. Esq., nil of tills city. No cards.
IlfClnolmiatl and Louisville papers please copy.
NORTON—RUMBRY—At Elmhurst, Oot. 14, 1873. by
thei lit. Rev. Ilohort 11. Clarkson, Mr. James H. Norton
and Miss Frances J. Humsey, daughter of George F.
Ilumsoy, Eaq., of Chicago.
ARMOUR—On Tuesday morning, at 0 o'clock, Amelia
0., wife of J, F. Armour.
hunoral at residence, No. D 7 Calumot-av., Tbarsdar. at
1 o'clock.
WIDEBAND—In this city, Oot. 19, Ooorglne Augusta,
daughter of Cant. George A. and Martha Wlgoland, agon
13 roars 3 months and 10 days.
Funeral from the rosldonoo of her parents, No. 203
Humn-st., Wednesday, 1 o'clock p. m. Friends of the
family are invited to attend.
KRRLRR—At Newhall House, Milwaukee, Wls., on
Thursday evening, Oct. 0, of congestive chills, A. B.
Keolor, Esq., of New Haven, Conn.
Remains wore sent Fast fur Interment,
rlf* Now York papers please copy.
RYAN—Oot. 13, at his rosldonoo. No. 181 nine Islam!*
av., of congestion of tho lungs, Michael Ryan, aged 33
Notleoof funeral In to-morrow morning's papers.
X*T Uoston papers please copy.
BRADY—Oot. 14, at 11a. in., John Brady, ago 88
Funeral from rosldonoo, No. 603 West Lako*st., on
Thursday, tho 10th. at 10 a. m., by carriages to Calvary,
tw Watervlllo, N. Y,, papers plnssocopy.
$lO Down. $5 a Month.
On Thursday and Friday Evenings, Oot. 10
and 17,1873, at No. 47 West Maalsoa*
at, (q. o. cor. Clinton), oommono
inß at hall-past 7 p. m.
TERMS OP SALK—Only 810 down and $6 a month on
each Lot sold, with 6 por cent Interest.
Norwood Park is tho highest point around Chicago for
13 miles, and tho Lots ottered are all guaranteed To be
Siod, high, and dry. They are near tho depot, and It la
io opinion of real estate experts that tbo improvements
which are about to bo made In tbo Immediate vicinity of
this property will canao It (o advance to five times it pres*
ent value inside of one year.
It Is the last chance that will bo offered to soonro a
splendid Lot at your own price. and on snob easy terms.
For particulars and plats call at our office. Tho prop*
erty will bo shown freo of charge boforo tho day of sale.
08 & 70 Wabash-av.
Of Oct. 16, at Otf a. m., wo shall ofTor a largo
invoice of those celebrated OHIOAQO
A largo and lino lino of other grades of
Men’s Leather and Wool-lined Boots, and
an ologant assortment of Woman’s, Misses’,
and Children's goods.
Will also close the stock of a Retailor, con
sisting of a large assortment of very Hno
goods. GEO. F. GORE & GO.,
143 & 143 Michigan-av.,
(Opposite tbo Exposition Building).
Tho entire contents of a largo SALOOX, doing a good
business, to bo sold in a lot to tbo highest bidder, on
WEDNESDAY, Got. 15. at 10 o’clock.
QUO. P. GORE 4 CO.. Auctioneers.
Regular Thursday's snlo of Buggies and Harnesses.
Carriages, Top and Open Buggies, Democrat Two-Scat
Extra Fine Double and Single Harness.
On Thursday, Oct. 10, at 10 O'Cloclc.
GKO. P. GORE 4 00.,
.A.T ArrcTioasr,
On Wednesday, Oct. 15. Nt IQ it. m., at
HalcurouniH, 15 and 17 Rumlulph-st.
WM. A. BUTTERS 4 00., Auctioneers.
On Thursday, OotlC, atß>tfn.
17 Randolph-st.
WM. A. BUTTERS A CO.. Auctioneers.
41 South Canal-st.
Auction salo of Furniture, Carpet*. Stoves, 4o..Wednes
day, Oct. 16, U;!S0 a. m. Elegant parlor and chamber sots,
marble tup and plain furniture, all kinds, now and sec
ond-hand. i-argo lot of heating and cook stores. Brussels
and ingrain carpets, mattresses, bods and bedding, cut
lery. plated ware, toilet sots, china, and crockery. Also,
a lot of superior plated and metallic show-cases, stand
ards, tables, oflloo desks, Ao., Ac., which must bo sold
and moved to make room for another sale on Friday.
BRUSH. HON A GO.. Auctioneers.
Cash advances on consignments
Auctioneers, 004 and 200 East Madlson-st.
Clothing, Dross Goods, Fine and Medium Cloths and
Overcoatings, Woolen and Kuit Goods, Blankets aud
Comfortables, Jewelry and Fancy Goods, Handkerchiefs,
Linens, Hosiery, Black Silks, Ribbons, Dress Shirts.
Men's Heavy Underwear, Fancy Hoods, Nubias, and
Scarfs, and a largo assortment of seasonable goods.
204 and 206 East Madlson-st.
Chromos, Chromos,
On Thursday Evening, at 7 O'Olook,
At 327 West Madlson-st., Ojposite Aberdeen,
857 elegant Gorman. French, English, and American
Chromos, tobosoldwiihimt reserve, and the sale to odd
linuo every evening till all are sold,
General Auctioneers, 65 South Canal-st.
Will soil to-day (Wednesday, Oct. 15), at 0:50 a. m., a
splendid assortment of now and second-hand Furniture,
Parlor aud Cooking Stores, Sewing-Machines, Boddiug
of all descriptions, Brussels, Ingrain, and Rag Carpet,
Offloo-Doaks, etc., oto.
West Sldo Auction Hnuso, 63 South Cnnal-st., have
auction sale this morning, of household furniture uf
every description, including lino parlor and chamber
sots, carpets, cooking and healing slows, audtulsoelU*
uouus goods.
All goods soblwllhout reserve.
Largo variety of now and second-baud furniture, marble
top chamber sots, nmrblo-top centre tables, elegant book*
cases and side boards, desks, chairs, Brussels and wool
carpels, stoves, etc., oto.,
uft-T A.*CJOTIOIsr,
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 16, atOJtf a. m., at our sales*
rooms, 1115 and 107 Randolph-st.
WILLIS. LONG A CO.. Anotlonoors.
Twm)ty*slxtli-at.i Flftli-av., nud Ttvonty-aev
Will opon Got. 1, 1873, greatly enlarged and entirely reno
vated, as a Motel Homo fur Transient Guests aud tho
Traveling Public.
The liutul Brunswick embraces the entire block on
Fiflh-nv., overlooking Ataillson Square, and prosouta tho
unrivaled advantage of a frontage mi tinou streets.
All the rooms are well ventilated, well lighted, and sup
plied with bath-rooms and nil modern conveniences, and
tho furniture uml appointments uvo uf tho bust.
Fur Rooms and Terms, address the Proprietors,
J. 1,, dim: Mill Hi uml 1\ IflN/I.KU,
Hoitil lu'ttimvvlitk, Nuvv_\ orkJJlty.
This now ami ologanlly*furnUh?d house, with Us suites
of rooms, baths, closets, oto., balls boated by steam,
convenient to business bouses, depots, and places ot
aiuuiomouls, located ou tho corner of Wabash-av. and
Tills house, In all Its appointments, is Urst-cl&ss, and
tho boat If 3.50 per day house lu tho West.
HUNGER BROS,, Propriotora.
Successors to EHson A Foster, Ileal Estate and General
Auctioneers. 81 and M Uandolph-st. 1
TH Alii Sale
70 CIOICG IlESiffifi Lots,
WEDNESDAY, OOT. 15, 1873.
The lota In this subdivision are 83 fcot front by 140 to 100
foot deep, and situated near tho eontro of this beautiful'
and growing suburb; they front on wldo avonnos, have
good sidewalks, and permanent and substantial Improve*
moots arc constantly being mado.
Together with Its other advantages, one groat feature oB
this property Is Its oloso proximity to Chicago's favorite
suburb, Evanston. Tho Northwestern University and
Ladles' College are distant only one mito. Tho gas and
water Improvements now being made by the village of
Evanston will undoubtedly bo available la a short time to
the residents of North Evanston,
Invoslinorits In t his property wilt pay bettor than depot*
Its In Savings Banks, and with perfect security. i
A HoeclalFroo Train will leave the Northwestern Rail*
way Depot, corner of Canal and Klntlo-sU.. at 1:80 pi
dim nUumldg after tho sale.
TERMS OF SALK—Ono-fonrtb down, and balance lid
1, 2 and 8 years; or ono*elghth down, and balance in
monthly payments of 810. Interest at 7 percent. Ado*
posit of $26 on oaoh lot. will bo required on tbo day of sale*
Printed abstracts will ho furnished each purchaser.
Further Information and plata can ba obtained of tbo
owner, WM. P, Til AY ICR, 144 LaS»lle-st., basement, oe
Auctioneers, 81 anh 86 Randolph»at.
No, 169 Twenty-eiilM,
On the promises on THURSDAY, Oct. 15, at 8:P»
p clock. This Cottage is well built, and nearly new, ana
in thorough repair, with good barn. Lot, 24x120. Oon
talnialx good rooms. Tho location on Twouty-olghth-st.,
between Portland-av. and Uarlbaldl-st., is very doalrabla
for rosldonoo. Tho neighborhood Is good, and surronnd*
Ings first-class In every rnspoot. Tue sale will bo peremp
tory* Title perfect. Toms: Purchaser to assume s
mortgage of 4600, duo July 1, 1876, at 10 per oont; balance]
of puroliaso money, % cash, nnlauco in 1 year atßpor conb
Interest. * ELISON, POMEROY it GO.,
Auctioneers, 84 and £6 Handolph-at.
With Lot 25x124.8,
No. 390 Portland-av.,
Will bo sold at Auction, on tho ground, on THURS
DAY. Oct. 16, at A o'clock. Tills house is Just finished,
contains 6 rooms, and is first-class In ovory respect, and la
a Rood neighborhood, with good surroundings, no&e
church, school, oto., and should command tho attention
of parties sucking n homo. THE TITLE IS PERFECT,
Abstract roady. Terms easy, only S6OO cash, 8600 duo la
August, 1676, balance one and two years at 8 pur cent. A
deposit of SIOO at tlmo of sale.
ELISON, POMEROY A 00,, Auctioneers,
SI and 80 llandolph-st.
Regular Priday’s Sale
At our Now and Spacious Salesroom,
84 & 86 Randolph-st.,
Consisting of Now and Second-hand
Parlor and Ohambor Sots, Cooking and Parlor Stores,
Crockery, Glassware, Urueaolu and Wool Carpets.
Lounges, Mirrors, Pictures, and a general assortment ol
Housekeeping Goods, oto.,
On FRIDAY. Oct. 17, at 01-2 o’oloofc.
o "jp x o air.
On FRIDAY, Oct. 17, at 11 o'clock,
A Nearly New Billiard Table,
With Balls complete. Sold by order of Goo. W, Camp
boll, Esq., Assignee In Bankruptcy,
Auctioneers, 84 and 80 llandolpu-st.
250 LOTS
Will bo sold at Auction, ON THE GROUND*
Tuesday, Oot. 21,1873, at 2# o’clock.
This Properly, haring been out of tbo market for sev
eral years. Is now rcsubdlvldod, and for tho tint tlmo of
fered FOu SALE la lota of 60x160 foot each. Como and
secure ynur first choice of A LOT.
RIDGELAWN Is situated oqul-distant between Nor
wood Park and Park Hldao (and formerly known os Can
field), on tho O. ft N. W. H. 11., being on high ground.
93 FEET ABOVE CHICAGO, thus atlordlng easy drain
age. Tho natural scenery is not surpassed by any of tho
many suburban towns surrounding this city. Tbo drive*
aro tine, streets graded; sidewalks will be built and abada
trees sot out this fall. An Artesian Well Is now being
sunk and will bo finished in a short time, making this*
very desirable location; being only EIGHT miles from tba
oily, SO minutes' ride, with ample railroad facilities, TBfg
trains a day, and. by a charter from tho railroad company,
every train Is obliged to stop at this station.
Schools, churches, stores, oto., are convenient.
Altogether, RIDGELAWN offers many
to parties seeking a pleasant homo near Chicago, whor«
you can have all tho convouleucos of city life with th*
fresh country air.
Printed abstracts furnished oooh purchaser.
TERMS EASY, ono-quartor cash, balance one, two.
and throo years, with interest at 8 pur cent, or 810 a month
until paid, or 10 per cunt discount for ALL OASII.
A DEPOSIT of $23 required on oaoh lot at tlmo o(
“a SPECIAL FREE TRAIN will loavo the Northwest-,
ora Depot, corner Canal ami Kiuzio-ats., at 3 o'clock, ro
turalnplnmicdlatoly after snlo.
Fnr further Information, plats, oto., apply to CURTIS
4 KELLOGG, !&> Mndhon-i-t., oral LINuLK 4 DAR
LOW, or W. 0. BAOEAU, 126 Doarbora-Bt., or
ELISON, POMEROY 4 CO., Auctioneers,
We baro received positive instructions from R. P.
BLANCHARD, U*q., to close oui bis interest inrarioui
subdivisions, aud will oiler for sale, without any reserve,
tlio billowing valuable property:
FlRST—77lots, 50x125 foot each, in Blanchard Broth*
ers* {Subdivision, comer of Chicago and Uiehmond-avs.*
and near tho groat Chicago A Northwestern Car Shops,
SECOND—4O lots, 2ezK£i foot each, In Blanchard's Bubs
division on Follanvbcu-st. and Fullorton-uv., between
Mllwnukoo-av. and liumholdt Park Boulevard.
THIRD—6 lots, SOtlfiu foot each, in samo subdivision*
on Humboldt Park Boulevard, ....
FOURTH—In sniuo subdivision, situated between MIN
waukoo and Fullorton-ava., a block of 41 lots, which will
bo sold entire, or lu largo and elegant lota already suhdN
vidod. Ou this block there la a good house and barn*
cherry, apple, and shade trues, etc, i also a fino garden*
This oners a splendid ohniioo tor a protltable investment.
FIFTH—IO lots. 50z1i15 foot each, in Blanchard's Sub*
division, near Milwaukee aud Divoieoy-uvs.
SIXTH—‘J lots, 25x103 foot uaab, un Madlsonst., tw*
blocks oast of Central Park. .
SEVENTH—6 acres, being tho south Mof Block i.
Hart 1,. Otowart’s Subdivision, comer of Forty-slxth-aU
and Oalifornla-av. ... . .
Tho above odors very valuable property in a section ot
tho city which ia rapidly improving, and every day en
hancing in valuo. The facilities for reaching this proper
ly are good, both by buses, burse cars, and imam, Chug
aifurdlng rapid transit to tho heart of tho city, and *
chance will bo given to every ono to purchase either •
single tutor more. Tho sale will bo peremptory. Every
lot otlorod will bo sold. . ... . ..
Mr. R. P. Blanchard, 153 Laßallo-«t., will show tho
property, aud glvo any further particulars.
The Title to this Property la
Pull printed abstracts furnisbed.
Terois-Onlyono-fourtb cash, balance In one, two, and
tbreo yean, with 8 per cunt interest.
A DEPOSIT of 10 per coni required at time of sale,
balance of first payment in thirty days.
Parlies having money lit savings-banks which have not
impended can make their first payment by their books.
ELISON, POMEEOY & 00., Auotipneors,
15y HOUGI3S & CO.
jzjj? AtroTioicr,
tho entire contents of 43 Soymour-st., above Woitem av#
This Wednesday, Oot. 16, at 10 a. m.,
consisting of parlor, dining, and kitchen furniture; also
two bedrooms, oto., oto.
Alio at ly, p. m. we> dlat mir warerni'tns a flnolln®
of household goods. LV JKS&UU.. Annilonwrs,
CU Wait Liko st*

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