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CITY FINANCES.
HZectlng of tuo Council committee on
JTiiinncc—Ovorlmnllnir ol tjio OUT
I'rcftiurcrin Accounli»Sl)3oMoo of
City Fioncy IfcpoNllcd In the Hntiki»«
Rates of Redemption of Property
JForffoltcrt for TaxoH'-Tlio Scavenger
Contract of fSW.
Tho Council Finance Committee held a meet
ing yesterday afternoon in tho Mayor’s ofilce,
Aid. Bond. Ogdon, and Sherwood being
present. They first proceeded to investigate
still further tho condition of city finances, and,
to that end, entered tho office of tho City Troas
nrer and made an examination of tho books, and
Ibo bank books showing tho amount on deposit.
It appeared that It was somo two months
oinco these bank-books have boon “mado up,”
and tho manner of obtaining tho amount of
money in each bank is by taking tho balance
shown when tho hooks woro last made up, add
ing tho deposits, and subtracting therefrom the
checks drawn against thorn. By this showing
tho balance, as required by tho books, is found
to bo in tho vaults of various banks to tho
amount of about $1,300,000. Tho books will bo
made up this wool:.
Tho Committee ordered tho issue of tho fol
lowing letter on tho subject of tax sales:
To the Cit;/ Comptroller:
Sin: In view of Die continuance of the tax-sale, we
hereby Ox tho mto of redemption of property forfeited
to tho city ns follows, to-wit: For each fifteen days,
or part thereof, that shall elapse after date of *”“9'
9}.; poc cent an all taxes of 1873, until lob. 1.18*4,
offer which tho rate for redemption Hbull l»o
that fixed by law; for nil taxes of 1800,
1870, ami 1871, tho mto for redemption ahall bo 10 per
ct-ut for find fifteen days from dnto of pale, and r»
per rent additional for each fifteen days, or part there
of, after tho first fifteen days, until Juu. 1, 1874, after
which (ho rate tdiall bo that fixed by law.
Aid. Heath appeared to present a claim
for pavmont for medical services rendered to
persons in various elation-houses by Dr. Thibo
deau. Tho Commute judged that the city was
not liable for theso medical bills.
The Comptroller presented a cliiifi of ouo Mr.
Gumscnfinnaor for damages from tbo city for
having falcon a portion of his lots in opening nn
allev through n mock. It was shown that Mr.
Guuzeuhauaor had purchased the property after
the alloy hod been opened, and the Committee
therefor© decided that, while some one might
rightfully bnvo a claim to compensation from
tbo city, that some one was not Sir. G.
The claim of tho City Scavenger for tho year
1871-9 was allowed, with the exception of tho
item for extra work. Tho contracc-prico for clay
ncavonger work wftß $55 per day, which the
Council reduced after tho five to $44 per day,
without tho consent of tho contractor. Ho was,
therefore, paid at tho last-named rate, and hav
ing a contract for a higher rato, his claim was
considered a juet ono, especially as considerable
additional work and expense wero thrown upon
him.
An old claim for damage to wator-powor, otc.,
at Lockport, in consequence of tho Illinois &
liticliigau Canal, was next considered, and tho
claimant made an extended argument in favor of
it, but, as this matter baa been tho bote no»V of
every Council meeting and Finance Committee
mooting for a long time, tho present Committee
passed it over for tho consideration of tho Com
raittoe under Mayor Colvin,
A HARMONIOUS MEETING.
Tho Board of Police Fix the Blame
for a Eeccut Collibion—A 'l*oo-I7Zuclx«*
I?larr!cd Policeman JDiflinisNcdi
The Board of Polico hold thoir regular meet
ing yesterday afternoon—all present. The Urat
matter taken up was an investigation into the
cause of the collision between u street-car and
Hook and Ladder Truck No. 2, at tbo comer of
lladison and Jefferson streets, a week ago yes
terday. The truck was damaged to a. considera
ble extent, the repairs costing $43, and tbo
Board desired to fix the responsibility for
this outlay on somo one. They spent about an
tour in going over and over the same testimony, :
in a manuor would leave a listener to suppose
nothing short of a pile-driver could got the evi
dence into their heads. It was pretty clear that
it was an unavoidable accident, which might oc
cur at any time while the Department makes its
present speed in going to fires. The Board
finally cent tho bill to tbo West Sido Railway
Company for payment.
A. lady, whoso uamo is withhold, appeared to
make a complaint of bigamy against Special
Policeman William Homy. She showed that
this man was married in England some time pre
vious to ISGD; that ho was again married Juno
7.18(59; that ho married the complainant in this
city, Oct. 17; 1871, and that ho is now living with
a woman on Madison street, tho wifo of ono
John Newcomb. Tho man was appointed
on ’sixty days’ trial, Aug, 25,. 1873,
on the recommendation of somo of tho best men
in the city, but tbo evidence against him being
rco strong to bo resisted, his name was dropped
from tbo rolls, and tho Superintendent was in
structed to see that ho did uo more duty for tho
city.
An affidavit was presented, charging that Offi
cer Martin McFarland had given a note for S3U,
and had failed to pay it at maturity, and still re
fused after judgment had been obtained against
him. Tho matter was referred to the Superin
tendent to prefer charges against tho officer.
Mr. Ahrens, of Ahrens Bros., appeared to oak
a now trial for hio steam fire-engine, and tho re
quest was referred to tho Firo Marshal, with
power to act.
Haring transacted all thoir business har
moniously, tho Board adjourned.
THE STOlliir ON THE LAKES.
Damage to shipping.
Judging from tbo number of disasters reported,
the damage done to the shipping on tbo lakes
by the severe galea of Sunday and Monday nights
list. must have been immense. New disasters
wo reported daily- The mild weather during
tbo lost few days has enabled many of tbo ves
coK driven to got atloat.
The schooner Orkney Lass, which was ashore
near Grand Haven, has been hauled off, and
was brought to this city, yesterday morning, in
a condition. She Ims boon taken to tbo
dry-docks.
The schooner Cambria, laden with railroad
iron, sprung a leak, and groundodat Long Point,
Lake lino, u few days since. She was got off
ind taken to Detroit on Friday.
The schooner R. .1. Sanborn, lumber-laden,
from Manistee, ran ashore in trying to enter
that port. She has already gene to pieces. The
inborn was built in Buffalo in 1859. Bho meas
ured 178 tons, rated’B2, and was valued atabout
to.QOO,
The schooner Montgomery had a rough time
on her last Inp. For a whole hour sho was in
the trough of tho sea, and thoro was hardly a
hope entertained by those on board that abo
would ever come out of it. . Finally, by throwing
overboard a largo quantity of her dock-load of
fiour, r>he came about, and rode safely through
lUa tempest,' It was tho flour of the Montgom
ery that drifted ashore on the Canada side of
fjjthc Huron, and excited the imagination of tho
6f.eociated Frees’ Agents, who telegraphed,
“Thirteen bodies recovered, ’’ and which gave*
rite to the rumor that tho Ben Wudo was lost,
The schooner Frank Pcrow wont ashore nt the
Forth Mauitou, where the gale seems to have
been most tovoro, imd was subsequently aban
doned. She was one of tho truest vessels on tho
l.dte.s ami hut G years old, having boon com
missioned in 1807. Sho was built at Buff«lo,
at, 077 tons of burden. Sbo was laden with
f-rain, which is nine a total loss. Her com
mander whh Capt. Charles Ga'o, who has occu
pied that position since tho dale of her commis
sion.
Nothing is known of tho whereabouts of tho
t chotim;:* Gilbert Mollison, which clouted from
thin port on the 21th nil., with grain. She was
♦ mviuiamlod bv Capt. Joel It. Tiiinsr. The ves
roll;? owned by Mitchell Brothers, of Oswego,
r/< is also tho cargo, neither of which is insured.
Tho M' llh.ou was a now vessel, rated A No. 1,
and had a high valuation. Her crow, all told,
number eight or nine men.
Tun Bay City Tribune of Wednesday Bays:
“The tow of tho propeller Prairie Htato, con
bitting of tho barges llynn, Poland, and North
ern Light. which was broken up on Like Huron
recently, and subsequently returned to Port
Huron, met with a similar disaster on Boglnaw
iv.y yesterday morning, while on route from
part 1 futon to’flay City. Tho storm commenced
j.kc.d. 10 o’clock on Monday, and, according to
the statement of Capt. Graves, of tho Prairie
V and Capt. Brown, of the Dunlap, wno uu
rMuiltv Rovcro,—tho wind blowing a galo from
fi'j : aliihwc.it, and no heavy a nca running that
i\ v.;;vea washed over thu pilot-house of the
r.rm.i ! k ;• continually. Tho barges Wore laboring
li.’V ’lv, but managed to hang on until early you
.;•/ morning, wlion they broke adrift,—being
r.t that time about 13 miles oast of Au Kablo.
The propollor rim to this port, reaching hero last
evening. Tho liven was scon off Harrisvillo,
Itut night, by Cept. Stewart, of the Shermans
but the two other bargee hero not boon heard
from. Sovoral tugo have gone in ocnroU of the
missing vessels.
MONETARY.
SATtntDAT Evening, Not. b.
Money continues very tight in this market.
The banks aro discounting almost nothing,
though they are advancing on grain receipts,
and making demand loans on other first-class
collaterals to a reasonable extent. Thoro ap
pears, however, to bo a good deal of money
offered through brokers for tho purchase of tho
best commercial paper, and to lend on collat
erals at lj<f to 2 per cent per month. It is be
lieved that a good deal of money is being dtftwn
hero from tho country for investment at those
rates.
Tho scarcity of New York exchange is inducing
the shipment of a good deal of currency from
boro to Now York. Tho roto for sales of ex
change between banks is COo por $1,090 pro
mlum. ...
Tho’ clearings of tho Chicago banks for tho
wool: woro:
Clearing, Dataller*.
.$ 3,800,602.01 $ liifl.MUO
. 11,110,270.30 297,0113.77
. 2,UW,702.38 207,734.04
, 3,071,920.23 230,323.09
. 9,784,028,17 239,704.42
. 2,730,004,07 903,819.08
Date.
Monday ....
Tuesday...
Wednesday
Thumday!
Friday,,.
Saturday
Total $18,403,028.40 $1,013,000.80
Corresponding week last
year 31,323,104.09 1,829,740.07
Messrs. Preston, Kean & Co. quote as follows
this afternoon:
Jluvinfl. Scfh’np.
...113 llajtf
...103V 1055,'
...lOfitf 100K®107
S. Cs of *81....
8. 6-20* of ’O2.
H. 8-20* of ’O4.
U. H. B-30s of *BS ... 107 107, V
U. H. fi-90* or ’(W.Timnnry and Jiily.lODH
11. 8. B*3I)« of W January und July.llOJf
U. S, 6-208 of ’OB January and July.lll llljj
umob io4»; m
U. 8. ns (now Issue).
U. S. currency 8b...
Gold (full weight)
Gold coupon*
Gold exchange
Sterling exchange (largo drafts),
Chicago City 7s.
Coolt County 7a 00 aiutlut.
Town, county ami city 10 per cout
bomln
LAHD-WAIIRANTfI.
IfiOa War 1819
190s War 1812
ICOa not War 1812
120s not War 1812
Agricultural College land-scrip.
COMMERCIAL.
Saturday Evkxiro, Nor. 8.
Tho following woro tho receipts and shipments
of tho leading articles of produce in Chicago
during tho past twenty-four hours, and for the
corresponding date ono year ago:
Flour, br1f1........
■Wheat, bu
Cora, bu
Oats, bu
llyo, bu
Barley, bu
Grass seed, lbs...
Flux seed, lbs
Broom-corn, lbs,.
Cured meats, lbs,.
Beef, brls
Fork, brls
Lard, lbs
Tallow, 1b5.......
Butter, Hus
Dressed bogs, No.
Llvo hogs, N0....
Cattle, No
Sheep, No
Hides, lbs
Uighwines, brls..
Wool, Hr
Potatoes, bu.
Lumber, ai foot..
Shingles, m
Lath, m
Halt, hr1f1.........
7,181
60,810
47,185
19,030
2,8021
20,200
29,010’
53,410
78,375 l
10,269]
9,316
102,020
99,315
51,3.10
390
18,310
80,931
92,220
32,000
05,909
209
79,000
18,470
101,628
6,180 l
7,837
49,570'
14,027
1,097
12,112
891
3SO
143,375
) 407
» 03,098
) 309
t 45,027
) 2,753
5 4,291
ll 810
)i 215
M 05
330
69,133
6,109
■Withdrawn from store on Friday for city con
sumption : 438 bu wheat; 7,G83 bu corn; 6,409
bu oats; 2,975hu ryo; 2,745 bu barley. With
drawn for do during tho woek : 18,699 bu
wheat; 40,509 bu corn; 15,100 bu oats; 8,933 bu
ryo ; 22,905 bu barley.
Tho following grain has been inspected into
store this morning up to 10 o'clock: 803 cars
wheat; 159 cars corn: 20,700 bu No. 2do by
canal; 29 cars oats ; 7,000 bu No. 2 do by
canal; 3 cars ryo; 44 cars barley. Total (638
cars), 228,000 bu.
Tho following woro tho receipts and shipments
of brcaclstuffs and llvo stock at this point during
tho past week and for the corresponding weeks
ending as dated:
HEOErPT?.
.Vow, 8, A'ol'. 1, Nov. 9.
IR7:». 1873. 1872.
.... 000,270 753,020 323,475
.... 14,755 22,(531 23,231
.... 128,760 162,840 223,010
.... 222 .... 58
..... 03,580 120,530 07,200
..... 10,233 12,072 11,008
fIQIPMfcKTB.
..... 46,423 41,012 30,344
.... 87,123 257,014 217,805
Flour, brls
Wheat, bu
Coru, bu
Oats, bu
Bye. bu
Barley, bu
Brewed hoRB, No,
Llvo hogs, N0....
Cattle, N0.......
Flour, brls.
Wheat, hu..
Corn, fm
ChvU, 4m
Bye. bu
Barley, bu
Dreaded hogs, No.
Live hogs, No
Cattle, No
40,038 40,5130 37,723
5,551 4,713 5,126
Tbo leading produce markets wore moderately
active to-day, and decidedly firmer in tone,
though no important advance was effected m
prices. The terrible weakening of tbo past few
days baa brought out moro orders, both for grain
and provisions, but many of these wore limited
to tbo quotations of yesterday, and a very slight
rise was sufficient to carry the market above
them. Hence only a portion wore tilled, and the
day was not so active os might have been ex
pected, though local speculators traded much
moro confidently, in view of this phase of the
situation.
The shipping movement to-day was moro ac
tive, though shippers say that it is almost im
possible to draw a dollar against cargoes, either
m Buffalo or Now York, and there aro few in
the business who aro able to swing itulono.
But a now phase was developed to-day, though
it has been noted on a small scale for two or
three days past. The owners of vessels wore
buying grain to ship on their own account, be
lieving it to bs a safe investment at present
prices, especially as their craft would otherwise
no idle. Borne of this grain will probably bo al
lowed to lie iu the vessel at Buffalo ill) wanted
for consumption, thus avoiding storage charges.
It is not probable that much of it will ho thoro
nil winter, as tbo Now England States have not
laid in tboir usual supply this autumn, owing to
tbo lightness of money. There may lie a dimin
ished consumption in Now* England this winter,
ou a consequence of tho hard times; but there
Is not now' grain enough iu that section for even
a diminished demand, audit will bo necessary
to draw largely from somewhere. Rail ship
ments will probably bo brink through at least a
part of tho winter, and the vouool-storcil grain
will naturally bo called forllret.
Tho breadstuff!) markets aro generally flat in
December; audit maybe that the panic has
simply brought out Unit lint condition a month
before the usual time. It its not improbable that
by the Now Year, at farthest, wo shall have a
Srniu trade all the more active for thu proaout
ullness, as the winter supplies of the Bruit are
much lons than mmal, and will need, therefore,
to bu tlio Hoonor replenished. There is hope, if
un can only wait.
There was little or no,change in the Bit Mion
of tho market for domestic dry goods*. There
was nothing more than fair activity in any de
partment, while the general trade was decidedly
quiet. Prices remain without further change,
ruling comparatively steady at the reduction not
ed at tho beginning of the week, Grocoriosworo
more quiefoven than on tho opening dayu of the
week, and thu feeling of weakness prevalent for
Homo time punt is Htill a feature of tho market.
While coffee wan tho only article in which there
wau any positive decline, there wan more or less
shading all around. Tho different grades of cof
fee wore •‘off” a ami unless tho demand
speedily improves a further reduction
may bo looked for at an early day.
Sugars were a little Btondlor, tho opinion
seeming to ho pretty generally entertained that
pricoa are now down to tho hard-pan. Syrup,
molasses, rice, soups, amt teas (with tho excep
tion of now Jupaiifl) are easy, concessions being
granted on anything like fair orders. No now
features were developed in connection with tlio
butter and chocso markotH. In comparison with
other brunches of trade, tho movement in those
utaplos was fairly active, and prices aro fully
sustained at [email protected] for'tho former, and at 12Gb
for the latter, flagging continues dull ut
370 for Ktark. IMJtfo for Lewiston, tiUo for Otter
Crock, and at 1120 for American and Amnskoug.
Tho coal trade was again reported dull, with
prices unsettled and irregular, though not quota-
I bly lower. No improvement was noticeable In
tho toother market. There was nn absence of :
anything resembling activity, and, In sym
pathy with tho decline in gold and de
preciation In tho valued of hides, tho fooling
among dealers was unqualifiedly woalc. Oils
mot with a good demand, hut carbon and turpon
lino wore lower, in sympathy with tho Eastern
market, tho former declining a J<jb, and tho latter
2o per gallon. Pig-iron, paints, wood, and to
bacco wore unchanged. A reasonably fair busi
ness in tho aggregate is being transacted at tho
lumber yards, quotations remaining tho same as
for tho previous days of tho week, Occasion
ally prices aro shaded for ready cash, hut as
sales are generally made on timo, and desirable
grades of common stuff aro oenreo, buyers are
willing to pay tho quoted prices. Collections
aro reported comparatively good, thoro being a
manifest disposition to pay up as fast as pos
sible. Tho wholesale market was moderately
active, tho demand being chiefly from tho coun
try trade. Good boards sold at [email protected],
common at $9.00(§>9.u0, and pioco stuff at SB.OO.
Metals, iron, and nails wore mooting with a
moderate demand, mid although tho motal and
iron markets wore generally lacking in flrmnoaa
no changes in quotations woro reported, except
for common iron, which was 1-10 off.
Salt has declined, and is now quoted on a
basis of SI.BO for lino and $1.85 for coarse. No
changes woro reported In cooperage, naval
stores, or building materials, Tho local trade
ware buying bides at former prices, tho receipts
being about equal to tho demand. Potatoes
woro firm and car lots sold roudily. Green fruits
woro quiet, also hops, seeds, broom com. and
hay. Tho supply of game and poultry is still ex
cessive, and (loafers, being anxious to close out,
aro offering to sell at lower prices. Eggs wore
dull at [email protected]
Lake freights wore more active, and quoted
steady at tho recent decline, at QMo for com
and 7c for wheat, both by sail to Buffalo, and
2He for coni on through ratos to Now England
points. A total of llftcon charters was reported,
which will carry out 110,000 bu wheat; 840,000
bu corn, and 20,000 bu oats. Sovoral of those
vessels woro takou on owners* account.
Highwincs woro quiet nt the reduction noted
yesterday, tlioro being no disposition on tho
part of holders to nmko further concessions,
though Now York was down to bottom figures,
being quoted at 00c. Halos woro reported of
100 brie, in two lots, at H7c per gallon. 1
Dressed hogs were entirely nominal at 91.25(H)
4.37K per 100 lbs. Tho weather Is too warm to
permit present shipments, and buyers lor De
cember delivery hold oil, expecting to bo able to
buy at [email protected] before long.
Provisions woro rather more active, but again
easier, in sympathy with tho decline in hogs at
tho Stock-Yardo. which was duo to tho fact that
packers nro holding off HU tho market works
round into u rather moro satisfactory condition.
Tho market scorned to bo strong oarly. as it was
known that sovoral orders woro on the floor, and
expected that little product would bo offered.
But it was soon found that thoro were free sell
ers. Mess pork fell off 250 per brl on cash lots,
but closed firmer on options, December and Feb
ruary being only 100 lower than on Friday.
Lard was dull, with freo Boilers at former prices,
and not much demand. Moats wore firm for
future delivery, but groou* lota for cash
were again shaded, principally owing to tho fact
that the weather is not favorable for keeping.
A few of the packers have sold ahead at figures
which will pay a good profit on current prices of
bogs, but tbo majority of our packers complain
of a paucity of orders, At tbo same time
trading has boon brisk, considering tho panic
times. Tho option deals of tho season to dato
comprise 33,900 brls pork, 59.850 tes lard, 98,500
Ecs bams, 4,4U0 boxes shoulders, and 18,800
axes middles, . which averages nearly
double of tbo business transacted up
to tho same dato Inst year. Tho
market closed at tho following range of prices:
Klees pork, old, [email protected]; now do, cash
or seller November, $11,[email protected]; do sell
er December, [email protected]; seller January.
[email protected]; seller February. 911.G55£@
11.05; prime mess pork, [email protected]; extra
prime do, SB.OO. Lard, cash or seller No
vember, [email protected]%o for old, and C%o for now,
do, seller December, G%@G%o ; do, seller Jan
uary, do, seller February. [email protected]
7.05. Green hnma at [email protected]^c; do, seller
December, (l%@l>>ijO; sweet pickled hams,
Green shoulders at [email protected]>£c;
do rough sides, i}£o ; do short ribs or long
clear, [email protected]%c ? do short clear, [email protected](c;
meats [email protected] days in salt, for shoulders,
fi’ljjC for short ribs and long clear, and for
short clear; boxed shoulders, seller December,
85*o; do Cumberlnnda, 55£@5%0; do short ribs
or long clear, do short clear, [email protected]
GJac; do long cut hams, [email protected]£0» Meats, seller
January about %c moro than for December.
Bacon is quoted at 0%0 for shoulders; for
clear ribs; 7o for short clear; and [email protected]
I!35jC for hams, all packed. Moss beef, 98.00
! @8.25; extra mesa do, [email protected]; beef
! hams. [email protected] for summer, and $20.00
@21.00 for winter packed. City tallow, G%
; grease quotable at [email protected] Sales
woro reported of 445 brls moas pork (now)
nt $ll.OO ; 51)0 brls do seller February at 911.55;
300 brls old pork, named brand, at 911,02)£; 65
brls extra prime pork nt SB.OO ; 250 tes now lard
at G%o ; 25 tea kcttlcddo nt 7c; 150 boxes shoul
ders nt 3%0 : and a rumored sate of do nt 3)£c
sailor December ; 40.000 lbs groou bams (15 lbs)
nt G}£o ; 100,000 lbs do (16 lbs) at 60 ; 810 boxes
short ribs nt 5%c ; 100 uoxes Cumborlands, sell
er December at ; 100 boxes long clear at
s>’£c t 300 boxes do (light) seller December at
Go ; 40 boxes short clear nt Go; 500 boxes long
and short clear, cnual amounts, seller Decem
ber, at 5%0 : 2,000 bacon hams at 12 Vo, can
vassed and packed.
Tho following aro tho returns of tho packing
of this city to date, as made up for tho Daily
Commercial Bullclin:
,'wajrf 100 ®io7
.JO m
lor;.
1077.'
ICITJjJ
100 @loß,'*
1)9 and int.
[email protected] 97#
0,211
101,598
117,097
31,010
10,951
41,013
116,230
01,091
400
0,038
18,000
35,407
35,200
27,090
24,500
00,500
150
40,000
887,000
89
800
439,409
2 725
eo’soo
61,570
0,134
f 387
591
53.000
105
31.000
1,230
1,9117
1,901
159
1,310
01,853
104
40,805
Including
Silica Xov. 1. October.
1873 81.170 167,070
1872 21,800 57,551
1871 46,000 50,000
The Duffy Commei'dai Report gives the follow
ing as the shipmoutß of provisions from this city
for the week ending Nov. G. 1873, and since Nov.
1, 1873 5 also comparative tigurcs:
Wolcund'sNor*
6, 1673 5,074 4,120 250 42t1,204 1,901,780
Seine truck 1872. 1,170 1,637 Ul) 142.000 501,(100
since Nov, 1, '72. 6,074 4,120 25(1 426,204 1,001,783
Ssmo time'7l-72 1,170 1.697 16tl 142.001) 301,003
tlucimlcb uiber cut nicata except shoulders ami B
P. hams.
"Green hnnia fihlpprd during tbo week, 15,357 pea,
ngalußl none uamo week last year.
Flour was rather moro active than ou Friday,
though only quiet. Tho business transacted
chiefly consisted in tho tilling of Eastern orders,
which were a little more numerous than recent
ly. Exporters wore looking around, but gen
erally bid prices which holders would not accept,
tbo latter being firm iu their views on account
of tho turn in tho wheat market. There was
florae inquiry for shipment to tho South, but
tiio fact that exchange ecu only bo nego
tiated at a cost of about 8 per cent (on
the South) told heavily against buying.
Bales were reported of 50 brls white winter
extras (Golden Star) at, $8.75; 150 brls do on
private terms; 230 brls extras at SG.OO; SOO
nrls do at 65.78 ; 200 brls do at 65.50 ; 200 brls
do at 65.00 ; 1,150 brls do on private terms;
200 brls rye nt $1.50; *ls brls buckwheat at
•1)9.50 ; 75 brls do at 69.00; 50 brls do at $8.75.
Total, 2,G20 brls. Also, 20 tons bran (iu bags) nt
611.25; 10 tons do at $ll,OO, on track. The
following wore tbo closing prices :
Fair to good wldlu winter.
Choice do
l»*d winter
CUolco to fancy spring oxtran.
Medium to good do
Good to choice Minnesota,
Patent do
Fair to rholcn spring, tnipcrfiuo.
Common do
Jl>o ilonr
Buckwheat do.
Brnu,
Wheat was more active, and a gi it deal
.stronger, though our receipts worn largo, and
tho foreign markets wove generally quoted
easier. Tno market averaged fully 2o lower
than on Friday, it is true, and again broke badly
this morning; but the decline brought out
numerous buyers, and this caused a reaction,
which reveled in an advance of do from tho
lowest point touched. A great many operators
have been looking for two or ihvoo days past to
see tho market touch Olht, and hud concluded to
buy when it reached’that limit, or near it.
Tho nhort interest for next mouth did
not see their expectations realized, but
when they found that there was an active de
mand for cash wheat, many of thorn concluded
that (lie turn had boon reached at last, and that
it wau not* safe to delay any longer. Hence
they bought freely, and even eagerly. Hovoral
shippers were in tho market, talcing all tho
cash u heat offered—some of it on account of
vessel-owners, and sumo to fill up steamer
room, neither of which usually appear in tho
daily record of freight charters. Now York was
quoted llrmur. Northwestern wheat was in fair
demand by shippers, closing at SI.OO for
No. 1, and for No. 2. Holler De
cember opened at U2o, declined to IUIjO, ad
vanced to 03c, fell off tfo. and rose to l)l)/o at
the close. Holler tho mouth was very irregular,
Bolltng early at OO.Ve, which was below De
cember. ami closing at 039,(0, —only /tfe below.
Keller January sold at but closed
nominally stronger, at 070, No. 2 spring opened
ut 92e for “ straight/’ and advanced to O-IJYc,
closing at Ole. No, 1 spring closed at 030. No.
3 spring closed at 831£ c, and rejected do at 780.
flash aalou wore rocortod of 800 bu No. 1 uorina
THE CHICAGO DAILY TRIBUNE; SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 11373.
tilt'lilld'*
fJUihlles,
tbs.
* If amt
i iet.
0 7.50
,(£ 0,12
,$ 0.50 .
. 7.87','.
f(ii 7.1)1/
5.(’.2>.;i
UCj 0.12y{
{$
5.62.V{'i! 0.37>
8.00 o£l2.Ui)
0 3.H7y;
(iii
0 4.C0
0 0.50
011.50
' at nfltrfo s 400 bn do At 080 t 1.000 bn do nt 070 t
1.000 budo at 000 t 8.600 bn No. 1 Northwestern
at SI.OO s 1,200 bu do at OOo; 0,000 bn No. 2
spring at 01>*ot I*6oo bn do at 94/,fo; 1,600 bu
do at 0)^oj 04,600 budo at l)4o; 28,600 do at
03|5£0; 82.200bud0 at OJltfo; 8,400 bu do at
OS#o; 10,400 budo at 00o: 85,200 bu do at
02«(o ? 80.200 bu do at 02Wo: 6,600 bu do at
02>40 ? 6,0 JO bu do at 020 ? 0,000 bu do at
4,200 bu do No. 2 Northwestern at 94/<fo; 2,000
budo at 94k’o; 6,000 bu do at 04o; 6,600 bu do
at 03^o; 2,«00 bu do at l)8o; 8,600 bu do at
022£0; 6,000 hu No. 8 Bjiring at 83K°» 1.600 bu
do at 630; 2,400 bu do at 83jtfo; 4,800 bu do at
82o: 2,400 bu rejected spiiug at 780; 600 bu do
at 77c. Total, 280,800 bu.
Gom wna more active. aud Htrongor, at an aver
age doolino of #c per bu, tbo hulk of the salon
being mode near tbo lowest quotations of Fri
day. Tho British mortals wore quoted firmer,
and Now York aymnothizod to nemo extent: but
tbo baokbouo of tno market wos tho local fact
that somo vessel-owners decided to fill un their
craft on their own occonnt. and seek Eastern
buyers for tho grain, rather than lot tho vessels
Ho idle in this harbor. Quo firm alono bought
150.000 bu of cash corn for this pur
pose, and sovoral others look smaller
amounts. This fact caused a stronger
tone in tbo option department, aud
a good many shorts was filled: while somo
bought for future, thinking it probable that tho
turn had como at last; especially as tho lighter
receipts induced somo to think that country
holders aro slackening up in their desire to real
ize at tlio low prices now current. Seller De
cember opened at 81c, rose to 34% c, declined to
83> ! |u, ami then advanced steadily to 850 at tho
olosu. Seller tho month, or cash No. sold at
closing with holders at 84c. Strictly
fresh receipts of No. 2 closed at S4j-£o; high
mixed at 84^o} and rejected at 03c. Seiler Jan
uary sold at [email protected], and seller May at 44c,
Cash sales wore reported of 2,800 bu high mixed
at lil%c ; 4.000 budo at
84Jrfo i 2,400 bu No. 2 at «4>tfo ; 10,000 bu do ot
84^c; 12,800 bu do at j 20,000 bu do at
040 ; 25,000 bu do ob
38;'£c: 05,000 bu do at 83><o; 20,000 .bndo at
83*^o; 6.000 bu do at 38>&c; 0,000 bu do at 03o;
0,800 bu rejected at33o ; 4,800 bu do at 82£fo;
1.000 bu do at 82)<fc ; 880 bu do at 320 ; 12,000
bu No. 2at UIJ.iC, afloat. Total, 217,00(1 bu.
Oats wore loss active, but firm, averaging
higher, with a fair demand, aud rather light
offerings, as tho weak holders had sold out
yesterday. Now York was reported firmer, aud
tho receipts show a falling off, whilo there was
some inquiry for shipment. Seller.December
opened at 27/* c, and advanced to 28c, closing at
Cash No. 2, or seller tho month, opened
at ‘2\}}£o, and sold up to 270 (27/£ c for fresh re
ceipts), closing at 20% c bid. Dejected was quiet
and firm at 250. Cash Dales wore reported of
6.000 bu No. 2 at 27//o ; 20,800 bu do at 27c;
12,400 bu do at 2(i%c ; 4,800 bu do at 28Jrfo; 2,400
bu rejected at 25c ; 1,200 bu by sample at 29/<jC
on track. Total, 46,000 bu. •-
Bye was dull, but steadier at tho medium
prico of Friday, with little offered or wonted.
The receipts continue to bo very light. Cash
sales wore reported of 1,000 bu No. 2 at 59c.
Barley was more active and stronger, espe
cially on No. 2, tho speculative grade, which av
eraged nearly 5c per bu higher than on Friday,
and was much steadier. ■ Cash lots sold at $1.28
@1.25, closing at the inside. . Seller December,
sold at $1.25. No. 8 was a shade firm-'
or, closing . at 80c for v regular. \ De
jected was quiet, and . sample lots - dull.
(Josh sales were reported of 400 bu No. 2 at
$1.25; 1,600 bu do at $1.21; 400 bn do at
$1.23 X; 6,200 hu do at $1.23 ; 400 bu No. 3at
84c ; 18,200 bu do at 88o; 1,200 bu do at 82c ;
2.000 bu do at 81e ; 6,400 bu do at 80o; 8,200 bu
rejected at 65c ; 400 bu do at 640 ; 400 bu do at
bu do at 600 ; 400 bu by sample at SI.OO ; 400 bu
do at 800 ; 400 bu do at 60c, ou track; 400 ba do
at Qsc, delivered. Total, 41,200 bu.
EUROPEAN MARKETS.
Tho following is Boorhohm’a dispatch to the
Board of Trade in this city to-day:
Nov. B.—London—Cargoes of wheat off coast easier.
Cargoes of com off coast stronger. Cargoes of wheat
oupustmgo more disposition to buy; good cargoes of
No. 3 spring oil' coast, 675. English country markets
for wheat quiet. Short rib middles, 41s Cd. Prime
mess pork, (*3s. Liverpool—Cumberland middles, 40j.
Prime mess pork, 60s fid. French country markets for
wheat generally strong.
latest.
Wheat was quiet in the afternoon and }£q
lower, closing at OJo seller December. Com
waa in demand, and advanced %c t selling at [email protected]
for December. closing at tho outside.
Other grain and provisions woro quiet and un
changed.
CHICAGO LIVE-STOCK MARKET.
Boview for tho Woolc -Ending Satur
day', Nov. S.
SatuudatEvenino, Nor. 8.
The receipts of live stock during tho week have been
an follows:
Cattle, Uoga. ,Sheep.
. 2,950 10,020 1,007
. 1,428 10,612 1,202
. 2,237 21,5(13 1,229
. 1,703 13,919 1,252
. 810 12,112 030
. 433 9,000
Monday....
Tuesday...
Wodnesday
Tlmrsdny..
Friday.....
Saturday...
9,005 89,772
Total.
Same time last week 13,3-12 125,038 0,307
Week before Inst 16,478 05,887 0,342
Shipments were as follows:
Cattle. Ilogn. Sheen,
... 104 0,061 862
- 1,361 6,001 604
Monday....
Tuesday...
Wednesday
Thursday..
Friday
Total
Same time last week.
4,008 31,81)7
4,039 47,405
CATTLE—Tho situation of this markot baa not
changed materially since tho date of our last weekly
review. Certainly there was no perceptible improve
ment in any of its general features, there having been
an entire absence of anything resembling activity In
the demand from any source, while prices have ruled
sensibly lower all around—the decline averaging about
25c per 100 lbs, Tho prices now current are tho lowest
that have prevailed since 1882, but judging from tho
present surroundings of the market tho cud is not yet.
Until after tho holidays, the markot can ccarcoly un
dergo any radical change for the hotter, and if West
ern thlpjiera would uvold serious losses, their
operations during the intervening time must bu
conducted with somewhat moro of caution
than usually characterizes their movements. Tho
week’s receipts were light, reaching less than 10,000
head, but there were stale cattle enough to swell (he
supply to fully 17,000, of which number not fewer
than 5,000 Htlll remain in tho yards unsold. Thu best
shipping cattle were not wanted at over [email protected],
while, with rare exceptions, fS.OQiwiiß the highest
prico paid. Butchers hud no dllllculty in tilling their
orders at tho low range of for Texas cattle,
and at s'-.00®3.00 for natives. Feeders operated with
sumo liberality at for common to good
.stock steers, of from 700 to 1,050 lbs overage, while in
exceptional eases £1.50 was paid.
To-day trado was lifeless ami values were entir cly
nominal as follows:
QUOTATION'S.
Extra Beeves—GradsdHlcerif, averaging 1,400
It* uml upward ..$5,6005.00
Choice Beeves—fine, fat, well formed a year
to ft year old steers, averaging 1,000 to
1,4501b8 6,00(35.30
Good Beeves—Well-fattened, tlaoly formed
steers, averaging 1,200 to 1,350 lla 4,25(21.73
Medium Grades—Steers iu fair flesh, aver
aging 1,150 to 1.250 Jba
Butchers’ Stock—Common to fair steers,
nud good to extra cow, for city alaughtor,
averaging 800 to 1,1(K» lbs 2.6003.50
Stock Cuttle—Common cattle. In decent
flesh, averaging 700 to 1,0301b5.
Inferior—Eight and thin cows, heifers,
stags, hullb, mid scallawag steers 1.7603.25
Cattle—Texas, choice corn-fed 4,2504.60
Cattle— Toxuh, Northern wintered 2.75(<f'.:t.50
Cattlo— I Texas, through drovci 1,6003.60
llOQS—Although the urrlvalu havo been about
3!5,000 less than during last week, the daily offeriugn
have steadily exceeded (lie wants of buyers, uud
sellers have been imablo to recover any considerable
portion of the decline suffered last neck. All (bote
packers previously engaged have continued in tlio
market, and two or three other houses have since been
opened to business, but the unfavorable weather prev
alent during tbo greater part of Ihowoek has malerl
ally -retarded operations, and i 1 boa been u rather
drugging trade throughout. The stringency of the
money market, and the fact that us yet there
exists very little demand for (ho product, makes
puekerßOxecodingly cautious iu their movements, and,
Judging from present appearances, .heir operations
during the present month will be light iu comparison
with former senuoua. In thu meantime prices may be
expected to rule low, as the country in full of hogu
now ready fur market, uud they will continue to come
forward In large numbers, even should the values still
further depreciate.
To-day trade was dull at a alight decline from yes
terday’s prices. Neither lucid nor outside buyer*
teemed desirous to take hogs at Ibo ruling rates, and
to dear thu pens it would have been necessary to con
cede a ycod lUo from yesterday’s quotations. Thu re
ceipts wro comparatively light, but they proved larg
er tbnu could bo disposed oi except ut a saerltke, little
moro than half the offerings hndlug buyers, Bales
went reported on au. oxtremo range of £U5(i¥iUU),
with tbo bulk nt£[email protected] Wn quote closing prices
ut KMOftsi.u for poor to medium, and at J3.tKKud.7C
for good to choice.
noo bam:«!.
|*Vo, Ao. yv/tv.l.Vtf. Ai\ J'ricf,
1 ;il *i(U 0.1 mi)
4‘i aat- 1>.70 117 1118 11.70
41 S!0!J 117 lion 0.55
:tu nui ».<srt bo «« s.bs
47 noa a.wi m no u.nr.
'JH 101 11.05 47 duo u.85
•J7 070 B.WI Wi IJU 51.75
.07 in 5 a.r.5 40 010 n.oo
, 4'J 014 0.73 100 075 lI.CO
|it 2'JO 0.75 lit! !b» 0.75
iu:i been more inquiry from uutrldo
nil any of (be uul -dozen preceding
i;ai demand luih fallen off uouie, ho
1 demand ban rhowu Ullln If uuy in
icral rcceliilfl prlrcu have ruled weak
HU Bale* drnßglntf at $3.75(30.25 for
lum, and ut 10,60(34.00 for good to
So, Ao, I‘nce,.
•iH IHit ssi.«o
(U 205 H.7U
40 tWS SJ.n«
•JtJ 2S»> 3,5!)
03 208 o.fta
ni 220 a.na
at -m a.on
23 202 si.no
fiO 5120 SI.O-)
38 103 si.7.‘
HllKEl*—Tlirrf *
purlieu (liuu tinili
wi-cUt», hut ilia luo
that llto ««f,'rig»(o
crcutie. Under lllx
ami unsullied, wli
common to mcdh
nlmlM.
DRY GOODS.
IAIIIES BROS.,
224 & 226 West Madison-st.,
Will offer, on and after
Monday, Nov. 10,
tho following
SPECIAL BARGAINS
In Seasonable and Desirable
DRY GOODS.
600 Reversible Ottoman Shawls, $2,60) former price
$4.60.
200 Reversible Ottoman BbawlS) $3, former price $6.
100 pieces Empress Cloth) 600, formerly 70c.
100 pieces French Merino, G6o, formerly sl.
60 pieces Lyons Double Serge, 76c, formerly sl,
100 pieces French Cashmeres, 060, formerly sl.
100 pieces Manchester Repps, 20c, formerly 280.
100 pieces Colored Alpacas, 26c, formerly 850.
60 pieces Pino Black Mohair, 600, formerly 76c,
60 pieces Donhlo Weight Scarlet Flannel, 60a, for-
merly GDo.
60 pieces Waterproof, 90c, formerly sl.lO.
60 pieces Waterproof, $1.26, formerly $1.60. ,
100 pairs White Blankets (very fine), $4, worth $6,
200 Marseilles Quilts (slightly soiled), $2.50 and $3.
600 pieces Russia Crash, 12 l-2c, former prloo 16c.
200 Colored Worsted Coverlets, $3, former price $4.60*
60 pieces Black Velveteen, 700, former price $1.26.
Qulnct’s 23-inch Cloak Velvet, $lO to sl6,
Black Gres Grain Bilks, at sl.lO, $1.26, $1.60, $1.75,
$2.10, and $2.60, at a reduction of 33 per cent
sv from former values.
Purchasers will find it to their
interest to examine our stock and
note prices.
EDUCATIONAL,
FINE ART INSTITUTE ACADEMY
Idichigan-av., corner Van Buron-at,
This Institute in now open to receive pupils under the
direction of .1. Roy, Robertson and l-'nocli Root, who are
prepared to giro Instruction in Drawing, Painting lu Oil,
Water Color, 40., Ac. For circular or other Information
apply to ENOCH ROOT, Manager,
Mlchigan-av., comer Van Buren-at.
T>ALMKR*n ACADEMY, 758 MICHIOAN-AV., FOR
j. boys and girls. Tho next term will begin Nov. 10.
In connection with tho school, a class in drawing and
writing will bo started on Saturday, Nov. 16, from 10 to 13
a. m. TboiowlsblogtojolntboolAss, and for particulars
of same, can call any day botweoa 9 a. to. ami Up. m. at
tho Academy.
fIIUM SECOND TERM OF TUB WEST SIDE KIN.
X dcrenrten, it M nnd &) South Sholdou-st., will com
mence Mond«r» N»v. 10.
MERCHANT TAILOR.
KING FROST IS GOIING.
Protect yonnolf by going to W. J. SWIFT A CO., £O3
South Olark.Bt., and get a complete outfit of custom-made
clothes.
MISCELLANEOUS.
LIEBIG’S LIQUID EXTRACT AND
TONIC ITOOEATOR
Is manufactured br the Gorman Reef Extract Co., Ham
burgh. Sold by nil Druggists and Grocers.
S. T. WEBSTER, General Western Agent,
1*258 Praltlo-av., Chicago.
WHITE ROCK MINERAL HPRINfS WATER,
WAUKEBILA.WIB. It will euro UTlgbt’s Disease, Dia
betes. and all nlfcctlnm of tho Kidaoyi and Bladder. It
will euro Dysncp.la, Gom,nudrclfeve Neuralgia pains. N.
F. OURTII, Druggist. General Agent for the Slate of Illi
nois. Wholesale and Kotaii .Supply Depot. M 9 Wnbash-av.
AMUSEMENTS.
MoYIOKER’S THEATRE.
MAX MAKKTZEK’S
6Ui!TM«
THE GREAT STAR COMBINATION.
PAULINE LUCCA,
IL.IZA 111 MURSKA,
SIGNOR TAMBERLICK,
Mad. Natali Testa* Mnd’llo Fcrettl,
Signors Vlzzanl, Marl, Kossl-ftuUl, Itoaconi,
ilcymi, mm Jumet.
nil and Complete Grand Crdieslra and dims.
Opening Wight, Monday Hov. 17, ’73.
Repertoire of tlto Week*
MONDAY, Nov. 17, 1873,
PAULINE LUCCA.
LA BAVORTTA.
TUESDAY. Nor. 18,
Debut of the Groat Nightingale,
ILMA DI HIURSKA,
Whose porformancos in Noir York and Boston hive ere*
oted tho greatest furore and enthusiasm over known in
America. _____
90MWAMBULA.
WEDNESDAY, Nor. 1»,
PAULINE LUCCA.
Debut of tho Croat Tenor,
SIGNOII TAMIJEULICK#
lli TROVATORB.
THURSDAY, Nor. 20,
IL3IA I)im-IISKA.
SIGNOII TAIiIRERLICSC.
LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOB.
FRIDAY—FIETH OPERA NIGHT.
SATURDAY-GRAND MATINEE.
rrr SPECIAL NOTICE.—The sale of Reserved Seats
wlUbofda un Thursday morning, 13th last., at 0 o’clock,
*t J. Bauer A Co.'s Music Store, corner of State and
Monme-sta. (Palmer House).
The Knabn Piano used exclusively by tbla Company,
J. BAUER A CO., Aunuts.
MoVIOKEB’S THEATER
MONDAY EVENING. Not. 10, IST3,
(MTXSS 3STSILSOKTI
nvExss nsraiLsoisr \
3VCXSS USTEXZLiSCasr 1
IN UKU’FAMOUS PKRSONATION OF
sruLms
In Sheridan Knonles* Ileautlful I’Jayoftho
HUNCHBACK!
HUNCHBACK!
HUNCHBACK!
Her utterance of tho simple words “Do It," earn them
moaning greater than thoyeomnud ropaldo ot bearing,
reminding old playgoers of the Btftrlnnj: effects Fanny
Kemblo oud Ellen T roo produced. It became Apparent,
asthoeromanf tlio drama moved onto tholr fixed end.
that tho actress v/au moved by tho dilution* they ovokod
(unbelief In their absolute reality. Shu llrcd nnd cuf.
torud an “Julia" lived nnd Buffered.—/VJfmtefyi/uj Jn
hutrtr,
MU* Js'ollson*s “Julia" nurpnaaos tho personation of
anv actress who has undertaken it of tato years,— l‘htla<UU
t»M‘t Jelf'jni'j/i,
Wo repnrdlt as, in some respects, tho tlneat perform*
once she ban given In Philadelphia.— i'hUiufelpbla J'res*.
Tuesday and Wednesday— HUNOlinACK.
Thursday nnd Friday Evonln/'H—MINS NRILSON as
“Lady Toaido,"in hOliOOfi FOk KCIANDAL.
Saturday Evening—Farewell porfunuauco.
y.76C?t.23
2.(500^.23
MYERS' OPERA-HOUSE,
Mcmroo-it,, bot. Dearborn aml.Stalo,
Arlington, Cotton & KemlJlG’s Minstrels
AN ENTIRE OJIANGE OV PROGRAMME!
riret wouk ot tba biebly osmatloual, mailo-.1, tragical,
enmtlonal burlc«(|UO by HU .Marble, calitlcU
GUY MANEUVERING;
Or, Mysterious 31eg* Elcrrylcgs.
When the Bells areKlugms (by ilia author) liotiD’/ NewcoraD
I’KHPI.UXINO I'UKDICJAMENT, Klco & Kemble.
MAOKIN Sc WILSON,
In their ArtUtlo X’drlialliiruH,
rJItIfi&TUUKS OF IMPUHIR, Hen Cotton and Wm, Ar
llnton, mnt Dtliern. MAbTKH, U. I)AVKNI’OUT in bis
Oornian Specialties.
Ciy toery Kronlmi ami Saturday Matlno*.
In satire preparation—llliliUi INJl'illC KIIOUIIN.
UNION PARK LECTURE POUSSE.
BUSSELL, DoOOIIDOVA, HOLLAND,
DBEOHBB, GLADDEN, PROCTOR.
BOHURB, CHAPIN,
Tickets for the Course, $3.
Forislo, on and after to-day, at W. 0. Uolnua’ Hook*
etore, oppoiltoMoViokor’i, andontba'West&ldoatllor*
tAn'ji.lJhrarjr and Hall's Drua Atom.
AMUSEMENTS,
MoOORMIOK TTAT.T,.
R» R. MeOORMIOK ,».,»»»• ......Propriotor
LEONARD OROVER Director
C3-HA.asriD
INAUGURAL 09MET!
Thursday Evening, Nov. 13,
"With a Programme of Unexam
pled Excellence.
Wieniawski,
Tho Greatest Living Violin Vlrtuoso-th* famnns Star of
tlu BUBIM.-ITKIN-WIUNIAWSKI Orlnil
Concert Troupo. Tho
KUMEL BEOTHUS!
CHARLES and JACOB KUNICKL-tbe Greatest Living
Duct Pianists In tbo World. *
"ThobestPlanlsle for Dnals, with two Pianos. I bars
over hoard."—RUBINSTEIN. ,iMT#
(Their first appearance in Chicago.)
Joseph Dielim,
THE GREAT VIOLONCELLIST.
THE APOLLO CLUB!
The salei of Secured Scats will commence at LYON «!■
HEALY’S, Tuesday morainic at t> o'clock. Scoured
Scat*, si. •
STAR LECTURE COURSE,
MUSIC HALL.
NEWMAN
The Great English IDT ATT
Divine, MllijiSj
“The Dignity of Labor,”
(A RARE LECTURE.)
NEXT WEDNESDAY, NOV. 12.
TICKETS for sale TO-MORROW MORNING, at Box
Office, and at Jansen, MoClurg A Co.'s Bookstore.
N. B.—NO ADVANCE IN PEIOES,
SECURE YOUR SEATS IN TIMF.
CARPENTER A SHELDON.
HOOLEY’S THEATRE,
“THE TREAT OF THE SEASON.”
MONDAY, Nor. 10. every croningand Wednesday and
Saturday Matinees, after weeks of elaborate preparation,
MISS KATE BATEMAN’S groat play,
MARY WARNER;
Or, A Wife’s Devotion.
Oast to the entire strength of tbo company, with brilliant
mountings and realistic otfeote.
In preparation—Mrc. Lalitto Johnson's new emotional
drama entitled JUSTICE.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Engagement of tbo cultured and beautiful artiste,
ii«. S. OIffIFEUJ!
\Vbo33 charming ami delicate impersonation of
.A. WOIVC^.INT 3 © WEOUG
la critically recognized in tbo Diadem of American Art
aa one of Us most brilliant jewels.
Every Night, and Wednotday and Saturday Matlnooe.
GLOBE, TEE PEOPLE’S THEATRE
Monday, Nov. 10. and every evening until further no
tice, also Wednesday and Saturday Matiucos, U, hi.
Cooper's Oreci Australian Sensation Drama, cmillcd
Presenting, forth© first lltno in this city,
a&Zy. DE3TCTJSJSI3ZS'S"
The famous Lightning Change Comedian and Charao
tcriat, und
MISS BIiAHNTCHIB OLXIPTOISr
The popular Australian Comcdtonno and Vocalist, a
EVA AND TATWELL.
M’VIOEER’S THEATRE.
LAST WEEK OP TUB EMINENT ACTRESS
HISS JSTEIXJia&QN m
Monday, Tuesday, and Wodnseday Nights,
THE HUNCHBACK,
Julia Miss Nollson
Thursday and Friday Nights,
SCHOOL FOK SCANDAL
Lady Tcaxlo Miss NolUos
Saturday—Farewell of MISS NKILSON.
THEM BEOWNSES,
OF BROWNSVILLE,
Will giro a Grand Reception Nut. 18. Cards of Invita
tion oa a bo procured of tho Committee in a fow days,
Order carriages for the right date.
OARR’S SOUTH SIDE DANCING
ACADEMY,
T27 COTTAGE GROVE-AV., Is delightfully situated la
ttan contra of tho Mouth Sides Is ploss.-.nt and convenient
in sdlita appointments; willboopou for tho reception of
those wishing instruction In Dauolug and Deportment,
Th'tMdnv, Nor. 20, ls7.i. Halt to root for private uartlos,
WEST’ SIDE ACADEMY. 073 and 675 West Lnko-*t.
Class, Tuesday and Saturday.
ME, SULLIVAN’S
DANCING ACADEMY,
147 Twonfcy-socond-st.
Evening Class', Tuesday and Friday. Afternoons,
Tuesday and Saturday. Opening party, Nov. H.
MARTINE’S
DANCING- .ACADEMIES,
SOUTH BIDE—IOIO Incliana-av.
WEST SIDE—-5S Ada-st.
BOUENIOUE’S
DANCING ACADEMY.
128 Twenty-foiirtli-st.. near Imllm-aY,
Private Classes and Famlllos iittnudod.
A, K BOURMQ.UK.
DR, KAHN’S
4MHIG&L MSM
Prom Now York,
Of Nntnrn) ScLmic? «nd Art. Hi Smith Clsrk.et.. nea
Madi'ou. Ticket.". SO cents; for gentlemen only. l)oor
open from Da. m. to 10 p. m., daily uud Sunday.
RACE AT DEXTER PARK,
XtrBSDAT, jRJV S O’CLOCK,
Between Kloinman, McNamara, Broniok,
Colahan, Clinton, Bavin, and four othsra.
AUCTION SAi.ES.
By BRUSH. SOS & GO.,
•U South Catir.l-sl.
FIEST-OLASS FEENITUEE
AT AUCTION. It. K. MoAllUtor, lh(|.. having put bit
entirestock of Elegant. Furniture ioloour hanUitudlc
nusaiJ, wo "ball noil tbnsarou nt auction on luculay anti
Tlmr.nl.ty, Nnv. II and l'l, nt 111 o'clock each day, a? uitr
I'lirnltiiru V/troroomi, fififland W3 West l.nko-sr., oium*
tdioUuhm Park, iiupurb Parlor Suite in Tony and llair
Cloth, Turkitb Chairs. modern style, Sofas and l.oiumos,
Inrao linn of Marldi’*T«tp Chamber-Sots, DrcslnjM.iisrß
ami Bureau*, Marblo-TopOonlrc-Tahlon, all sue.', raimy
mnl \'.x, Tables, .Sideboards, Er«y Chairs, Dtuhujdn, in
short, u .vitirral aa.'orlmcut of Fmuitim*, such sh Is uiu
ally kept for a llrat-olim trade*. Alio horac, wagon and
harness and 1 good combination safe.
BUUSH, SOX it CO.. Auctioneers.
At Our Sivlosroom, 41 South Oniml-st,,
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, nt 111 a. m., will bo sold n
Barge l.ot of
Eurnituro, Carpets and Stoves,
Both new and second-hand.
__ _ _ BUUHII,_HON A GO,,_AuoPnu_
licDAY AKFSA.TTOMY, MOV. U & 16,
At 10 n. m., w ill ho sold
HousglioM Goods and General lercliaiise.
_______ B ItUfill, SON A CU^AjmPrSj
'‘''TiylfTtrCOJ-IKI^
Auotlumn-r, No. .A Krmlh Caiml-st.
Will ho sold on TUESDAY, Nov. 11, n largo stool; of
law & SecoM-liaM Furnllnn
Oju lstingof Bcdstoadi, Bureaus. WnsUrtnnds, Marble*
topTahlcH, Oliairu, Whatnots, Desks, Crockery, Blau.
“'lla.uSii'UN, Aaotlouasr*
AUCTION SALES.
By BLISON, POMEROY & CO.,
Successors to RUson A Foster, Beil Estate and Ganorai
Auctioneers, Blandßsßandoloh-st. uonor **
ELBO&NT YUBNITUBE
jfLT AUCTION,
Monday Morning, Nov. 10, at 10 o'clock,
Tlio handsomely-furnished Family note),
Nos. 953 and 955 Wabaan-av.,
Consisting of Rteh Parlor Stilts, Mnrblo.top Chambcu
Sets, EHjnnt Easy and Rooking Chalrc, large Ana
Chairn. Cane-ronl Chair?, Handsome Mirror", Lounges.
Hair Mattronsc", Pillows. Blankets, cntlro nodding, aj)
of the heat quality, Rich Brussels Carpets, Wool Carpets.
Hnlondld Dining-room Furniture, PJntodand Glassware,
nil of tlm ilnrst uiiallty, Cutlery, Ao,, Ac,, Ac. Alsu.
Inrro Itaiiß*, Kitchen Furniture, about Cl) Parlor Stove*,
all In tho very best condition and hero boon used only a
short time. Sale noeltlvo.
EXiISON, POMEROY A CO., Auctioneers,
M and 8.1 Raudolph-st.
AST SALE BITMORDIIARY
VALUABLE
OIL PAINTINGS
AT CENTRAL HALL,
Corner *Wabash.ar. and Twonty-sooond-flt*
FROM TUK
Brooklyn, i Y., Art Gallery.
at Auction, nn WEDNESDAY
13 .Bd W, .t 3 ™n* ..'.lock P. £' . tti U,“?t M1I.&
HIGH CLASS MODERN OH. PAINTINGS
EVER OFFERED IN THIS CITY.
AnTf^lk*t I r9-V?ii K W.** Proprietor of tho BROOKLYN
thh^nUoothin I**' 1 **' w Donsonal1 * aaporlntond tbo solo of
th P, Artists represented are tboio who havo
ll ? , highest reputation In Europe and America,
{?»>«« which. may bo found tho namas of OTTO JJRDI£
MAN (»re9dca). N. GUARDI (Naples), 0. liORK
£ERE (Brussels), 0. ORRTRNS Gorlin)! R. JACOBS
CARL HUBNKR rDiuaeldorf). D& £a
, 1 '- KRAUSE (Berlin), FRANK
A - VAN WILLts (BrooS
/v taTJ I ™’., V i("png I«Und), EDMUND D,
nenoe tPiitlacielphla), and many others of oqixal omV
Tho ontlro collection will bo on
FREE EXHIBITION
On MONDAY .nil TUESDAY, Nor. 10 «nd 11. tram 9 i.
m. to lop. m. Catalogues now ready.
EUBON. PO.MKUOYA CO.. Aaotloncor*.
ELISON, POMEROY & CO.'S
Eegnlar Friday’s Sale.
Parlor, Chamber, and Dining-room FURNITURE, la
great variety, new and second-hand s CARPETS: a larva
number ot now and second-hand Cook and Parlor Stores:
O Rco Desks, Lounges, Chain, 3 Pianos: largo lot ol
Blankets, Comforters, Pillows, Mattresses, Brussels and
» 00l Carpets: 125 orates Crockery, In open lots.
Friday Momiapr, Nov. 14, at 9)4 o'oloolc.
ELISON, POMEROY A CO..
Auctioneers, 84 and 86 Randolnh-at.
BY GEO. P. GOBB & CO M
68 & 70 Wabash-av.
Sale on Tuesday, Hoy. 11, at 9)4 a. m., of
CDSTOI-IiDE CLOTHING,
In Men’o, Boys*, and Youth's wear. 1,000 dozen Men's
Merino and Shetland Shirts and Drawers; Cento’Cardl
ran Jacket?, Famishing Onnde, Hate, Caps, Ac.: Fancy
Knit Goods, in Shawls, Nubias, Scarfs, and Jackets;
Castlraor**, Cloths, and Satinets: 1,000 Rolls Ingrain an<f
Hemp Carpets; Qorormnont Clothing, Aa.
GEO. P. GORE A CO.,
¥E SHALL LET THEM SLIDE!
AT OUR AUCTION SALE OF
BOOTS ANDSHOES,
On Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 0)4 a. m.
800 CASES TO BE SOLD.
GEO. P. GORE A CO.,
Thursday, Nov. 13, at 0)4 a. m., solo of
DRY GOODS, DEESS GOODS,
Notions, Hosiery,
Gloves and White Goods, Embroideries,
Xiaoes and Huflllnga, China, Toys and Fancy
Goods. Knit Gooas, Underwear, Govern*
mont Clothing, Carpets.
GKO. P. GORE A CO.,
63 and 70 Wabaah-av.
HEQtJX,AB TEUB3DATB SALE OP
OPEN AND TOP BUGGIES,
DEMOCRAT WAGONS,
Kinross Wagons, Double and Single Harnesses.
GEO. P. GOHH.t CO., Auctioneers.
AJT ATJaTION - -
OUR REGULAR SOUTH SIDE SALE 07
Household Furniture.
On Saturday* Nov. 15, at 01-2 o’clock,
SIO,OOO Wortli of HoiMoW Fiiriiitiii’e,
To bo Closed to pay advance*. 15 Cralos W.G. Crockery.
10 Casks Yellow and Rockingham Ware, Parlor and Cook.
Stoves, and Carpets. Ao. „
GEO. P. GORE & CO., Auctioneers.
By TAYLOR & HAKKISON.
ON WEDNESDAY. NOV.'ij, AT 013 O'CLOCK.
DRY GOODS AMD MOTIONS,
Consisting of Wonlou Goods. Knit Goods, Linens and
Dross Goods, Cardigan Jackets, Nubias, Scarfs, Pockat
llnoltn, llkfs.. Towels, and a general assortment Fun
and Gloves. A largo lino of goods will ba ottered and
closed. By TAYLOR <t HARRISON, Auctioneers,
gpl and 206 East Madison-st.
ON FRIDAY, NOV. 14. AT 1 0)4 O’CLOCK,
50 BASKETS MEM’S OHAMPAGSE,
In perfect order.
50 OASES “OSAND MOUSSEUS"
CHAMPAGNE, together \rith a largo assortment
LIQUORS AND WINKS.
By TAYLOR & HARRISON. Auctioneer*,
2IH and 206 F.ast Madiaon-st)
On Saturday, Nov. 15, at 01-2 o’clock, a
largo assortment of
HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
Comprising every variety of MERCHANDISE!.
By TAYLOR A HARRISON,
AueUotiQC.ru, 2Pt and SC3 East Mndlaon-et.
By WILLIS, LOXG & CO.,
IPS and 11)7 Randolph-at.
BEGULAK SALE
On WEDNESDAY, NOT. 12. at 9 1-2 a, ID,,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
Carnots. Crookory, .Stoves, Maltrosaee, Rook and Show
Cauck lUrgunt Marble-Ton Sldo Board*, Chamber Suite.
Ac., i.o. .Mao Wohcsts Teas and 175 eoU Ledioa' ana
Ohl t,roJßlur ‘ , * W iLi.TS, LONG A CO., Auctioneer*.
TIIK AI>JOUItNKI> SALK
Of two litQaod'vont Residences,
1013 & 10S0 WABASH-AV. *
Willnccur Nor. 13. ft 10 a. m.. Nt LaSallo-st. entrance ta
KepubJle I.lto Building. Thoao bouses will Do BoM ot.
Public Auction, inpcaslt, totlio hißhost blftrior, frotaud
clear of all Incumbrances, by order of Iho U. 8. Court in
Bankruptcy. For (urthor aartlounrß apply lo
U. k -lti
IJy HODGBS & CO.
At tha Marlilo Trout Auollon Room., ua will 101 l lb.
entiro uontontaof two Inrso llnarfllntf.llonboa, ooaii.tin.
of earners. Stoves, Pnrlnr and Cook; also a largo lot of
the rerybewt Plated Cutlery cm offered at auction, Im.
nnj tcrl by Tiwnroe A boas, Shvlllold, Eng. Gain com
mcm-tmr .Monday owning nud continuing all the weak
until tho whole »rockli sold, bnln Peremptory and with,
out resurvo. UOUOLS i CO.. Auctioneers,
fiM Wont Lwko-st.
EST AC Ej ISHED 1850.
WM, A. 3TITTERS & CO.,
AUCTION KBPS,
Nos. 15 itml 17 Jlundolpli-ot.
Halo of DUY GOODS, CLOTHING. BUCK GOODS,
BOOTS, KIIOKS, Ac., on Thursday, Nor. 13, at 9>i
o'clock, at 16 mul 17 Randolph-at.
" Aj ji W. HA VeA s&co.
aPUS.KriTITB.EI
-A.T -A.XJCriO3NT,
WEDNESDAY, ntfl?v o'clock, compri'dnK a largo lino of
all kludi uf Household Goods. Alsu a stock of Dry Goods,
75U Luolilujf Glares. lf>o Cbromos, £OO volumes of Books.
«). W. UaVKKS A (JO,, AuoUonooors.
___ hi East Unndnlph-Bt., tionr Kioto.
OSGOOD ii, WIGWAMH,
W.iat Sldo Auction llutmu, £1 South Canal-st.
Ham Auction Sales of New and .Second-hand Furniture,
nun General Merchandise, on WUDNk'SDAYB ana
TUUU>DAVM. Other than sulo-daya ihoysoll at avea*
•gi motion prlaos, Übsral adTauooi ea ooailo*
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