Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune, November 23, 1866, Page 3

Newspaper of The Chicago Tribune dated November 23, 1866 Page 3
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A DEGEADDiG AMUSEMENT. Do; FlsbUne imon: the Fancy—Bra* tal and Disgusting Exhibition— How the Taste* of the Vicious and De graded arc Pandered to* (From the New York Herald, November 20 1 Monday night, the 12th Inst., was the oc casion, for the second time, of these exhi bitions, which occurred at the time previ ously announced. On enterin'; the place, shortly after chrht o’clock, the same kind of gathering was noticed os on the former oc casion. The entrance and headquarters for the scene of dog fighting in this city Is a sa loon in Water street, situated in a block of building* occupied as wholesale hardwa-c stores and manufacturing establishments. The bar room Is about twenty feet square. Ou the walls arc framed pictures, represent ing pugilists of every contour of ugliness, and in everv posture of selt-defencc. In company with ms brethren of the fist is seen a large photograph of the ex-pounder, John Monissey, his countenance lowering, and his physiognomv scarred like the rest. To this portrait is ‘accorded the place of honor — over the bar. It was uot yet lime for inau gurating the evening’s amusement, T®t the saloon was thronged with men. Most of them were of the rougher sort; their faces indicated a life of wear, tear and hard knocks, - and Ihev wore heavy overcoats buttoning tight.up to the chin. a rnARACTEBisTic ricxmE. Mark now here the real dog fancier —dog fancier by education and dog fancier by lbe nature which stamps his features with a hard, calloused, indomitable look, and lllls his eyes and discolors them with a bloody, thirsty, pitiless light. There is nothing soft or humanizing in them ; they are coarse and dull. His face, pock-marked,is seared with scars and bruises, the iiesb hangs Uabbily and red about his heavily set jaws, and his head ImMjcs with close-cropped hair. His voice i- hoarse and cracked, and ho speaks in a sort of ominous growl, save when his great mouth separates with a laugh, which rolls forth in a sound between a wheezy grant and an asthmatic hark. Butlhcy arc not all so. In that crowd are young men who arc com paratively new to sueh gatherings, but who seek to conceal their anxiety "for tbo ap proaching pastime by smoking nonchalantly or by carelessly throwing the contents of a tumbler filled with something strong down. their throats. Here, too, are more young men, pale and sjight, but quick and nervous, with long bony fingers. Do they expect to rly the pickpocket’s trade in that crowd ? l‘is best to keep a hand on your watch at all events. nir IXNER BOOM. Back oi the bar-room is a smaller apart ment, iu the ccutre of which is a curious ta ble, revolving, constructed of boards nailed ever a carriage wheel. To the leg of this table is fastened a bull-terrier, quick, wiry, awl so intelligent that if called on to give a duels on on the question of a* prepon derance of the mental faculties batween the brute and the beings filling the adjoining room with fumes of vile tobacco, and the sound of profane, extravagant and coarse conversations, it would be about two to one iu favor of the brute. TliE AMPITnE.VTRC. Nest lo this room is a passage which leads from the bar-room lo more passages, which run in almost every direction, up, down and tideways. Below, down in the bowels ofthe earth, issue forth muffled harkings from a hundred canine throats, and the incessant clanking of chains U heard. Through the chinks 'in the partitions of these dimly lighted, peculiarly smelling passages gljm lucre a light. Pushing in that direction one emerges* into on apartment perhaps twenty five feet in diameter. It is about twenty feet in height, and is covered by a rough roof. All around seals are ranged, one above the other, ami in the centre at the bottom Is an octagonal space, perhaps ten feet long by a width of six feet, and enclosed by a board wait rising to a height of two feet. The floor of that enclosure is stained with dark discol orations, here and there. Those discolora tions will not wash out, IN THE BOWELS OF TUB EARTH. Diving down ricketty staircases, slippery and crooked, a cellar is reached, directly’ be luath the bar-room. All about, set otf* against the walls, are little stalls, each of which containsa dog. At one cud arc boxes with sliding doors, each of which also has its occupant. Ontopot these more dogs are fa.-tened, and their smiling and scratching is heard from sundry harrelsand nooks here and there. At the sight of a stranger they all se t up a yelping, tug to get away from their chains, and rear on their’hind legs. They was their slim tails and Incessantly and im patiently whine. The cellar is lit up with a lew jets*of gas, by the light of which the shining orbs ou all sides assume a greenish hue oi a brilliancy that fasciuates. They bark continually, while overhead is audible the tramping of feet of the throng whose barbing cannot be heard. TOE HOUR APPROACHES. Suddenly a tumult is heard above, setting in towards the amphitheatre. The place Q soon tilled up, and there can he present not Jc.-s than three hundred persons. There Is much struggling and jostling for the best seats, which caused much cursing. Finally they all get seated and amuse themselves by “ chaffing” one another. “ Hello, old boy “How arc ye, “McKee?” “How’s that brindlc slut, Mike?” “ Why don’t ycr come down with the coal, then, d—yc? It’s the soap that talks,” and the like arc uttered by one to another. One individual has a snuff colored whiffet In his arms, which weighs bardir two pounds, and this is an object of much rough ridicule, A BRUTAL SPECTACLE. Presently there is a great commotion from the cellar, and soon a brawny, big limbed young fellow, wearing a glaze'd cap, comes forward and leaps into the pit with a little Kbite terrier slut. “Who’s got a slut they want to fight ? Come till you see her,” ejaculates tin; owner of the animal grutlly os lie deposits her upon the floor of the pit. Hardly are the words out of his mouth crc another young man. with a hard face, a flaring red necktie and a white felt liat steps into the pit with a second slut of nearly the same size as the other, white, with brindlc spots. The men grab their dogs and lace each other at opposite ends of the pH. At a given signal they are let slip and fly straight upon each other. Now they grasp i each other firmly by the head,* the of their attack rolling them over and over. They set their keen white teeth Into the neck of each other, audlfostcn upon the lough hide like a vice. Now they are both struggling close together. Then one raises the other byshecrstrcniithand throws her heavily to the floor, where they both gripe again and gnash and set their teeth on the jaws, about ihe head, ou the cars and on the neck of their opponent. Now the brin died slut seizes the other by the foreleg and grips the bones until one expects to' hear them crunch. Neither flinches nor ceases for a moment, bat they bite and tear with the utmost ferocity. Soon the white skiu is dis colored with crimson; the blood runs from a score of wounds, olinding their sight, clog fing up their nostrils, choking their rcath. As soon as the eager crowd see the blood they grow beside themselves with excitement, and crowd and jostle, push and struggle, swearing and cursing, to ob • tain a nearer view of the contestants. How they cheer at each fresh gripe, when the teeth of the brutes shut together with a “ snap!” on the ragged and tom flesh of one another! How they cry them on, and yell and stamp their feet! The sides and floor of the pit are covered with fresh clots of blood; thedogs roll aud tumble hifhcraud thither, but lllrv never turn from each other, never Hindi. ’Tin* crowd fairly maddens with ex citement, and their erics make a very Pande monium. But brute endurance Is not forev er, and the brave animals, their teeth feebly closing on their rival’s neck, till together exhausted. They pant and gasp in distress, and tluir ribs, plainly visible beneath their Cants, work convulsively like a bellows. THIRSTING FOR MORS. ** Take ’em away,” shout the crowd, anxious for u novelty, and the dogs are car ried out. Their places nre taken hv another couple, larger and stronger, who. for fifteen minutes, engage in the hellish fight to the enjoyment of that unnatural throng. They Idle and crunch and growl. They seize and shake each other off. One grasps the other by the jaw, and draws him howling about the pit. The other catches him fiercely by the head and thrashes the floor with him, hi? weight falling with a horrible thump. Bui thv’V soon grow exhausted In turn, and another couple are set at one another to worry and light until they can no longer move. Tims the early part of the night is con- Finned, and the crowd, wearied at lust l»y ex citement or overcome with liquor, break up lo their several places of abode. THE CHEAT REVENUE FRAUDS. An Interesting Quotlou of Internal Rfvcnnp-Bnralng Fluid and Spirits, [From the New York Time?, November 30. A goon do ii of stir is likely to be made among panics who are interested in internal ra-veene mat ter?. and those who are connected with the di«tiU xcg Lu»sqe?t, by litigations which have recently •risen out ot transactions la (he Second and Third Collection District*. Tbc fact which lira at the bottom of the whole affair Is that the internal revenue tax on spirits Is £2 a gallon, a heavy tax, which makes the bnsl nc?s of db-tilling very profitable to any one who can avoid the payment ot it. It seems that In the Internal Revenue law which pa&scd CongrcsK at us last session, was embraced the seemingly moorem provision that munufciclnrcr? of burring fluid should pay a ep«. cial lax of $-0 a year. The occurrences which have given rhe to the litigation ot which no speak, would tc-im to give color to the idea that tnc iufc:tlo.. oftbi- provision In the law was as extraordinary a “coindd'.mce” a« Mr. Weller, Senior, wer heard of. Previous to this enact • iscm tu-rc were lew or no mannfactorl-s ofburn i»g flmci, and itnoaldsccm Ihil the laiyorillon of a tax noon them would hardly result in an lu crease of tlieii number, and yvt D Is an nodoubted -tart iha l of there have sprang up a greit r/.nnbci of ibcsc manufactories, where-before lln-ie wen. none. The attention of tholawofllcor* of the Govern- EU.m In the Eastern District of Hits Plate was erMed to the luercasc of mouiifactorle of burning Hind, hcvural having been recently started in that d>lr:ci. ard the question naturally t*uggCs!vd 11- r-li v-uy they s-houM Ynty fouud that Ihu.e «V iio (Uni-ad to clunk of’for burning fluid The iuc of kerosene had driven the article pr.-.cnraijv out cl the marketasa means of pro dr.rjne light. An examination of the mode In which the business was done explained the secret. Dinning hum is composed of turpentine and Fpirits. lac latter forming about saveutr-nre or t-idiiv j art* in one handled, llie-c roanafacta ci>. rot bay :Uc spirits ucc«*ssarv for the man tiinciurc. which v r.nla lutvc paid the Governtn -nt tr.s of $2 per gall-n. Tber had themselves all the apparatus necessary for tie distillation of sprits. Tb-y pm the grain Into the mash-tub, jmi !i> if they were qoiui to dihill eplnla. bnt IQ; to this tuasb-;iH» they put a certain proportion of turpentine, ai d then applying the ordinary pro ve s ol cl-'-tllatlou produced what I’-ty called burning fluid, ou every salon of which they had saved the Gov ernment las. Now, when U N added that ih- n-o --cess of separating this production Its com.,a nei.t ckmuik. ol turpentine .and epiriu is a very simple and easy process, the incut-** ia the mau* nfiutuic of hunting fluid In emiiely atwmmeu for The business, it allowed to be earned on in this vay, the manufacturcm paying only the tax of fSu t* year and being exempt Tiom* all the p o. visions of the liw fur the supervision ol distil. Jcrica. must result tu a practical loss to the , Covcnqm-ul of the whop: lav on spirits, and c perfectly crormons profit to the manufaclurcrs. How treat that profit w ould hr mav be jud »ed from On* estimate which Is made that '* e sis'or K'^r ,T 1 fi , n j d Stories in thr Second and Third Colicciiou Djstt, cie alone have mule w* hto the la>t twemy days some gallons of rhs article. If tweety-fivc pi-r cent of iiitn wa*mr pciitlne, i. would jeavc Sxi.-jOj gallons of»n;nt* on which should ha* c been paid $fKKi.(KK)ur-j to Ibe Go\cmu»ent, but vticri goes to the distillers jt their pruceut) is legal. ’ Among mmriagee Imminci.t, m New York is that of Madeline Ilenrlquci. ard Mr. Jennings, of the Loudon 2tme «, CHICAGQ SUNDAY SCHOOL OHIO*. Second Day’s Session. Discussion of Practical Xoplca-Stmday School literature—lnstitute and Country Work—Seth* odi of Instruction- Closing Exercises. The Convention met, pursuant to übcutbaif-paal nine, and spent a brief period In devotional exercises, conducted by Rev. W. B. Tniax und others, alter which the programme as previously announced was taken up in the follow ing order: fgjfDAT SCHOOL lOTEZtATXmx. Dr. Blackal! opened the discussion, npon this toi ir. Paperr form the staple of oar Sunday School literature. We have a great number of chlldicn’s papers, but many of them do not como op to the standard of an ordinary child's Intelli grncc. They in many cases belittle the child's mluds. The teactero* papers are not what they should be lo factlbe standard of all Sunday School papers 1$ not as high aa It ought lo be. ft docs not lift, up to the high grade which machera ought to occupy. Another class of literature is the Sunday School books Many of thcfo a few years ago used to be religious novels, and they were let out at to much per week. Then the class of books which make a child so good that he could not live were too common, but these are being supplanted, and a diferentglass of hooka is being introduced. We now have good books, very much superior to loose of live years ago. The demand for a lugber ma te Is growing more and more, but there ts still room for improvement. Mr. Mon Is thought (bat a good class of Sunday School literatus e could oulyhc obtained by pay ing for it as for other kinds of books. Many of the Sunday School books were the merest ddulton of ideas, far below the grade of k children's comprehension, rather than above them. He did not think that the character of Sunday School papers bad Improved In the last ten years, hut that the books bad. the absurd fancies of some of the stcries of pious children had died out, and a child need not feel now that if he was good he must die before be was ten years old. cooks lor children are the hardest J—4.40 U|UI kind of works to write. They require hard toil and Ideas, and paid talent and time most be em ployed to make them what they ihonld be. Rev. O. S. Rami said that a little paper publish ed by the North Star Mission was one of the best that be bad ever seen, and be (bought that its suc cess was mainly because It was local In character. H is published quarterly and circulated freely In the school of that Mission, but is not intended for other schools. And what has been done there could be done in other schools, it pays better than any olher thing In the way connected with the school. He thought It was not best to havo libraries in the school at all, as tUev were fre quently lust or stolen; but papers could be given out in**]y and kept by the scholars. Dr.Blackall bad thought that such a paper for the city would he valuable; hut had feared that the expense would be too great. He thought that a quarterly fur distribution through the city would he ot meat service. Mr. Skinner thought we were drifting off Into a sea of novels for Sunday Schools, lie wanted to pet back to the good old way of giving ch l dren instruction, and providing tnem with reading matter that Is valuable and beneficial. etatnar scuooLaure. An address on the construction and use of Sun* clay School mops, was then given by Robert Mor ris, I.KD. the first thing that attracts the visitor to u Sunday School is the number and character of the objects on the wall, and he Is favorably or unfavorably impressed according as they are well displayed or not. There Is nothing so dreary to a M'f’or as the naked, empty walls of a room. I'ho-ah much has been done to supply schools with books and papers, little has been done in the way of maps, and this leaves a want which should be met. There jure no good Sunday School maps to be found la this country, though some are published in England. The speaker ottered some hood suggestions on the propriety of making pupils select as subjects fordiawiug t-ccne from thole history, as a valu able mode of instilling knowledge of those sub jects Into their minds. OUli IKSTI7CTE WORK. A discourse on this theme was nest opened by Dr. C. R. Blackall. lie believed that we needed Institute work In Chicago very much. Bethought that It was the work ot the day. We have pro gressed in our Sunday School work very much through ibis Instrumentality. The institute work is a naming work, and it examines and considers the methods of other school?. Teachers may learn wry much by comparing with others and studying the method which they adopt. The in stitutes should be bcid, IT possible, by Invitation of the olticrcnt localities. In the country he bad loend that they bad been productive of much iOod. The teachers have been strengthened. In structed and encouraged. Dr. B. P. Gilman, ot Evanston, said that be had bet-n for more than thirty years a laborer in the Sunday Schoolcanso, In most ofthe States In stitutes bad been established to instruct teachers lor our public school*, and he. did uol sec why the i-amo course should not be taken with Sunday School !■ octere. The unfitness of teachers is nar- llcnlarly noticeably Manyikoow nothing of Ihe science of teachlng;tbcy merely know something of the face of Bible history. But this method must (end (o discipline their minds, and fit (hem better to Instruct others. The system of object lessons he Ihonght was a very valuable one, to teach the child to rtudy by analysis. He bad n*cd this system, by means of the micro* cope, to im press upon the n lnd of the child the fact of (he goodness and the greatness of God. Rpv. Ur. Eggleston said that In order to prose cute the best methods ot teaching they must be careful not to be carried too far upon one line; while they Instruct in new methods they must always strive after the best methods. They have but one hour in the whole week to instruct the child, and it is important to find the moat direct way to reach the mind and heart The ob ject in Ins’itutes should bo not to train ihe Super intendent, but the teachers, in (heir classes the work Is to be done. The nearer the man gets to t&e child the better It is. There Is a perpetual danger of bringing the method to prominently In view, and forgetting the ends. . Mr Jacobs thought the work should be divided, the superintendents put Into one class and the teachers into another. A teacher ought not to try to tfiach children anything which be had to pnt on paper to tell them. If he did not understand It enough !o k n cp it iu his head how could Ihe chil dren oe expected to remember it ? Rev. Dr. Hogarth, of Detroit, gave some inter esting experiences in a Normal School for in structing teaches. METHODS OF COCKTUT WORK. The discussion on this subject wa« opened by W. K. Clifford, who said that in commencing the work Id the country they had found tbc necessity of I e routing acquainted with the people and learn ing their wants. They needed teachers also who could speak the German and Norwegian lan guages. Ihcro are fifty-seven schools in (be county, thirty-two ofwhlch have been visited. Thcytned to find whut the supcrlntendt-uLs and teachers ni eded, and then brought their Ideas oat at the iustUutca. fill'd ci*\s meetings also have been held, at wnich the needs of the children have been dis eased vln many places Sunday Schools were kept only through the summer, hut a number of teachers 1 avc now been induced to continue them through the winter. They hoped to visit every schoolm the county during next winter, and to encourage and help them in every way possible. Mr. Jackson said he would consider himself as representing tho southwest part of tbc county In the Convention. Between that part and the city there is almost a heathen country, filled mainly with foreigners who cannot speak English, To reach them a teacher speaking German most be employed. An Irish distrtct also lies near him, ana they should be labored with. Tbc best stone quarries lu the State lie in the town of Lemont, and th« mass of Irish and German laborers there onght to bo reached. The speaker described o>hcr localities in tbc southwestern part of the county where almost entire moral and spiritual destitution exists, there being no preaching or babbalh bcliools. If a man could be scat to visit these destitute parts of the coun ty much cood might be accomplished. One of the greatest needs with thcmwascompetcntSu pciiutcndeute, and another great need was for go< d teachers. Dr. Blackall has found much diffi culty in getting the people In many parts of the coui tiy to receive them In ihelr efforts to estab lish schools. lie has been obliged to go three or four times to some places ti* get the people out and awaken an intciest. You cannot live if von do not give. There must be more given for thtq cautc even if It pinches to do so. Be would be glad to receive -ccond Laud libraries to supply destitute schools with. Mr. Porter said that they must goto these places and prosecute the work.Voth missionary and edu cational. without waiting to hear from the people. Xu many places if they wrote they would not ob tain an answer, and so they bad better go out to thoFc places which were la need and commence the work at once. • - After ringing the hymn “ The Bouse upon a Rock," (he Convention adjourned until the after noon, AFTERNOON SESSION. After a short session of devotional exercises, conducted by Rev. G. L. Wren, Rev. Mr. Fisher and olhetr, a discussion took place on BDKDAT SCHOOL METHODS. Mr. G. W. Perkins considered the topic of Su perintendent. He thought that (he Sunday School Superintendent should nave little church duty de volved upon him except that pertaining to his of fice. The work required of him Is so large as to require all the time that he can fpare tromhis business. It would not do for him to start out in his own strength. He must, like Solomon, look to God forwDdora and strength. The Superin tendent t honld tee that good order Is preserved, and should know every teacher and scholar la school. It will not do to leave the teachers alone to visit their scholar-. The Superintendent mast know them personally in order to influence them, liemn-t always lead the teachers In every good work. Bcrowt ba ready to sav “ come, rather than “go,” and then be will find the teachers fol lowing nita The t.yinn. “My Heavenly Home is Bright and Fair” was then sung, and the sablecl of Training Classes was dismissed at some length. 'I be ml question considered was “Teachers.” W. n. Wells, Hsq.. treated the subject of Juvenile ('lasses. While he agreed with a former sneaker in regard to the bad effect of : giving prises, ycl there must be something to Induce children to Icam their lessons and take an mic: cat in them ; there must be some srstem, which at the end of every day, month and year, will tell who have born punctual, who hare bad licrlect Icisous, and who have rcen micxceptonal • deportment. Tims, the scholars wLI look for waia «ith interest to the report of their standing, and this plan will bo found to have a hold upon them. We are none of ns what we should be If wo were not conscious that a daily record of onr cocdnclwas being kept above. There Isa field in the juvenile classes that is perfectly Immense, Ike tracners of the primary class in the start should feel that he L« responsible for the conversion of every child in his class It !> a fearinl tiling to give a child a credit mark for a nei feet lesson, and give him the idea (hat be has done all that Is required of him. Let no teacher dare to take children along ip the school without tcacPlnrihcm the great’ruths of eternal Ule. Let them not rcstal ease while their scholars are ui convert- d, for if they arc not converted and »avcd tlcy will sink lower tu perdition than ifther had Pcvcrknown the troth. Mr E. C. Wilder took np the subject of Primary Classes, which was fully discussed. The audience (hen Joined in signing “ We're travelling home to Heaven above.” afior which the subject of Bible Classes was diseased by Mr. 1 Awrcncc. He bad taught a bihle class for twenty five years. One of the first .qualifies ions for a blble class teacher is to feel that bo cannot live without teaching. Punctuality is a ve*y important mailer. - Strictest order must be hem and aticiilion paid to every word that was said. He had a class now of 350 yociig men, lawyers, students and teachers. The tCMCiH-r must be ucqualtucd with his scholar* per sonally, and must visit tlwm at their homes. He must be social, and make his class know each other. l)r. Hogarth, of Detroit, made a few remarks on the subject ni Libraries. He thought that they were a hindrance to the Sabbath School work fl.ty li.tcrrrplcd the .teachers,. and dc-qroved many prod impressions. Mr. Sweet thought also that a class should never be interrupted for a moment, but his method was to have iho books selected before the Icstous, and distributed afterwards. If the proi-cr books weio selecicd he thought tbattacy could do much good. Mr. Jacob? said his plan was to have the book# svi cc'cd at home from the catalogue, and thus the tunc was saved In the school. vossra. Clifford and Fokins closed the discus sion with practical suggestions, TUX BCNDAX 6CUOOL AtUir. Mr. D. F. Jacobs spoke on the subject of the Sunday School army. He explained a sy-lem which he had lately adopted of Issuing commis sions to ell scholars who should bring others to join the oabbaili School. The child who recruits oncsolaicrtn this army receives a commission with li e rank ofcorporal; five recruits codsUttile a rqrgcacr, 1' n a second lieutenant, twenty a first lieutenant, tnlrty a captain, ard so up to a briga dier goneniJ for oue hundred recruits Haart tomely engraved commissions are l»«ued, - aud this simple and cheap method will excite an in tvte»t m every scholar and do wonders toward fl.llng up »bc school. TbU idea belongs to Mr. J-cobs, and ts not practised by (ha Sunday School Union. CLOBIKO EXERCISES. Dr. Blackall announced -omc changes and Im ptovcmctiUi in iho Sunday Sikovl J'aciur, a monthlv pnhU-hed by the Society. Also, that the room- of the Society would be open every day end every Saturday evening, and visitors would be gladjr received. He urged the friends of the cense to’boromc annual and life members of the Socu tv by the payment of a small sum, and Lb os us>l t In ti c w ork. A \oLc of thanks was passed to the press for their manifestations of interest in making full re. ports of the proceedings of the Convention tor the benefit nf loose who could sot aireod. After singing the bjuin, “bleat be the Uo that binds,” the Convention adjourned. Id (ho evening, the teachers and friends en joyed a very pleasant social reunion in the room m which the Convention lud been held. LAW INTELLIGENCE. Suit Against tLo West Division Rail *road Company—An Old Newspaper Carrier Pronounced Insane— Judgments—New Saits —Criminal Matters. Tfao following new suits were commenced in the Circuit Court of the United States: . Elisha N. LUI ts. Ilham Joy et al. BUI in chancery. Asabcl Enright Bill. Alexander Graham vs. E. C. Demis. Action of assumpsit Damages, $1,300. J. Warren Merrill vs. Supervisors of Mercer County. Action of assumpsit. Damages, SIO,OOO J. Y. Onativla vs. The Board of Supervisors of Mercer County. Action of assumpsit Damages, SIO,OOO. The Emery Oil Stone Company va. D. W.Smead et al. BUI for injunction. The Circuit Court of the county was engaged daring the entire day in bearing the arguments in the case of "William H. Shaw and. others against Isaac Stickucy. This case has occupied so much of tbo present term as has passed, bat there is a prospect that npon the coming in of court this morning the verdict will be rendered. Damages were assessed In two eases where de faults were entered the case of Samuel B. Kimball et als. vs. Benjamin F. Wiggins et al., judgment being rendered •gains’Wiggins for s2iß.9a. Judgment was ren dered against R. Henry Monahan, at the suit of Devi Shores and another for $200.50. The new suits in this court were an attachment against Samuel D. Owen aa a non resident, at the suit of Knox Brothers, to recover ao indebtedness alleged et $134.81. An action of assumpsit, William Patrick against Horace W. Gregory, Carnages lain at %250. was also commenced. Several motions for ntw trials were denied in (he common law branch of the Superior Court by Judge Gary. •Tbeie were in the eases of Thomas Tnnjerve. George Roberts, tried OctobcrO: Oli ver Williams and Charles Hcilig vs. Leon Silver man, trieo November 5. 1 he attachment suit of Famncl H. Elbert against Thomas Hughes and others was dismissed, and in the case of William Johnston against the School Directors cf District No. 6, ol the two of Inke, where th** jury hsd found for the plaintiff with $232.00 damages, the defendants withdrew their motion for anew trial, and judgment was given on the verdict. Judgments were rendered In favor of the nil- nois Stone Company, against Chicago Marble Company and In favor of William W. Faiwell v-. William WoodrufTfor $221.09. The ease oi James P. Roadnightagalnst William F. Tucker, assumpsit, Is on trial. The new sitlih commenced include seven actions of assumpit, as follows: fri tiillcu vs. John McNeills. Damages, S3OO. Wilbur G. Johnson vs. Wulmslcy Brothers. Damages, SI,OOO. Eduard Ho/t Simon Scblosemanand Lewis Goodman. Damages, $2,000. to collect on a note dated July J2lh lut, at four mouths, for sJ.orii.ry. J. K. Wcleel et al. vs. Leopold Waagersbelm, for $!,(( ti. A capias issued in this ease on allega tions of false pretences, by which it Is said de fendant procured tobaccos to tbo value of $765.45. Iguate BalKcr vs. John Builm and Conrad Kels. Damages S2OO. Charles Glemanvs. the same. Damages S3OO. An attachment issued against Jonathan L. Booth as against a non-resident, at the suit of Orville D. Chapman, who sets up a claim for SIOO office rent, 525 money loaned, and SI,OOO for services ron do cd. Anron a. Stewart brought salt against the Chi cago West Division Railway Company, laying bis damages at fsfo. Tt Is alleged that by the negli gence of the Company's servant his wagon was driven into and broken. A considerable portion of the day In the County Court v\as Used up in investigating the alleged Insanity of Alexander Fyfc, who was at one time a »owspaper carrier. It appears In bis case that he is seventy-two years of age. The cause of his insanity, for he was declared by the jury to be taro, seemed to be old age and sickness, and bis mama exhibits itself generally In Intense fear of poison, although at times he believes himself to bo so surcharged with electricity that be must explode. On one of these occasions be had insisted on the purchase of a cufllc. In which he desired to he placed that his pieces might not be scattered- Mary Bartec, widow of the late William Bailee, renounced her tight to administer, and their son Charles was appointed to act, under a bond of fcorah C. Welder and William LIU were ap pointed to administer upon the estate or G. W. Welder, under o bond o( (5,C00. 'the following is the criminal business which was transacted in the Recorder's Court: People \* Emma Bond. Kcepinglewd house. Defendant discharged on bail. People vs. Alien McGrow. Keeping lewd bouse. Defendant discharged on ball. People vs. Duvall Campbell and Floyd niggle. Fa on recognizance. Dismissed at defendants' cost. People vs. same. Same order. People vs. same. Same order. People vs. Duvall Campbell. Larceny. Defend* ant discharged on bail. People vs. same. Same order. People tb. same. Same order. John W. Albright was tried for larceny, and fomid cuiltv of peut larceny. Thomas Forbes was found polity, by a Jury, of an assault, with intent to r« b, and bis term in the penitentiary assessed at thirteen years. Michael Maloney pleaded not polity under an Indictment for larceny. Patrick Comfort was found not polity on trial lor resisting* police officer. Thomas larkin was tried for larceny, found polity and his term of imprisonment Used at two years. Tim Late E. P. Towkk—Meeting op the Bin. —A meeting of members of the Bar was held yes* tci day lu the rooms of the Law Institute, to take action upon the death of Mr. E. P. Townc, lately a practitioner of this city. ’Hie chair was occu pied by Bop. E. Van Burcn. Recorder, and Mr. William H, Kin? acted as Secretary. Mr. 0. P. Clarkson, from the committee on reso lutions. reported the following preamble and re solutions. which were adopted: We are again admonished by the recent and un expected decease of our brother, Edward P. lownr, that no vigor nor strength of manhood and health, no sQcctionate circle of friends, no succo sin uttelne-s, can avert the chilling baud of death,which has so frequently been felt amongst ns within tho year past; and we are again called upon publicly to record our testimony to the pood qualities cf a deceased brother, wboso face and form have for a long time been familiar to us all. Probably there is no member of our bar whose prospects ol continued life and usefulness to-day arc brighter or more cheering than were those of onr deceased friends short month ago. Notyci beyond the early prime of manhood, with an ap parent physical organization and strength-which lew of ns possess, in the enjoyment of an ample competency secured by bis diligence and atten tion to his profession, wiln a large and lucrative business, and enrroanded by Meade. It seems difficult for ns to comprehend (ho Providence which lute taken him away. With our warmest eynipitblcs for those who nave boon for so long professionally connected with him, and for her thus suddenly deprived of onowho, in the ordi nary course o* Divine Providence, she might well hope would have been spared to her for many y. ora. fiesoltcdy That the untimely decease of onr pro fessional brother and fncnd, Edward P. Towne, has Impressed us with sincere sorrow and regret; that wc have known him in the years that ho baa Jiractised among*! us, as o gentleman, 'nth whom Chas been a pleasure to associate from da; to day, and-aa a lawyer, whoso duties to his clients and his profession, were always promptly and faithfully performed, and whose position at the bar was a highly honorable one, merited alike by Ids own industry and zeal in behalf of those who employed him, and by his uniform courtesy toward his professional bicthren. Hetoltfd, That a copy of this expression of onr esteem for the deceased he sent to nis widow and mother, and also presented to the several*rourta oftbc city and county, and to the United States Coart, wiln (be icqucat that it be spread upon their records. The Chair then appointed the following gentle men to present the rceolntions to tho several courts: United Sta’cs Court, S. A. Goodwin; Circuit Court, J. G. Rogers; Superior Coart, Robert Hervcy: Recorder’s Court, Joseph Enos; County Conn, J. L. King. BciritFrr you tux Washiugtonian Hoke.— lt will be seen by the following correspondence that the Bnislay Family have generously offered to give a complimentary benefit, on Monday evening nex*, for the Washingtonian Rome: Chicago, November 20, iB6O. To the Managers of the Wash Ingtonlan Home. GrvrLrxtx: Understanding from some of the officers of the Younc Men’s Christian Association, and other citizens, that the Institution yon repre sent is one of the most praiseworthy among the many noble charities of Chicago, and desirous of giving a benefit, in accordance with our custom in the different countries where wc have performed, wc tender yon oar services for a complimentary benefit to be given at Crosby's Opera House on Monday evening, November 26. Trusting its success may equal our good wishes, wc remain, respectfully yonrs, P. E. HOPKIX3, Business Manager for Bnislay Family. Chicago, November 51.18*0. P. E. Hopkins, Esq., Business Manager for Bois- Iny Family. Dear biu: Your kind proposal to donate the net proceeds of one evening s entertainment for the benefit of the Washingtonian Home has been r. cclvtd, and wc the mure thankfully accept the same as the Institution hss been recently refitted and partially refurnished, thus having materially increased tbc expenses of the institution, and as the liomc will he reopened on Monday next wc desire to tcixUh increased facilities to each os shall avail thcmselvc* of to be conferred. Thanking yon in behalf of the officers and friends of the Rome, wc remain. Respectfully yours, C. J. Hnx, President, H. C. Monrr, Secretary, of Washingtonian Home Association. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. lOONEIABI, TmmsoAT Evsxiso, November 22.15 M. I Most or tbo discount houses reported a slight improvement in the demand for money to-day, though In other quarters business showed no change. The decline In gold causes the banks lo act cautiously, necessitating a close scrutiny on all paper presented for discount. To the “right kind" the market is easy at 10 per cent. In the open market good names arc negotiated at 12 per cent, and second-class at 35® 18 per cent The market for Eastern Exchange is poorly sup plied and working close—compelling some of the banks to ship currency to keep up their balances. Hound lots so'd between banks at 25 cents pre mium. Bunalo, Canada and Oswego bills are taken at * discount. There was only a moderate business done on Hie Produce Exchange. Flour was dull aodnora inatly i3®2sc lower. Wheat was a tnflo firmer. Corn advanced 3©4c. Oats were Jfttlc better. Rye was dull and easier, favoring buyers.. Barley opem d strong, but closed dal) and easier. Whis key was neglected. Provisions were lifeless, bccdswcreinhcttcrdemand. Wool was Inactive. Freights were doll. Groceries were quiet. Cof fee was a trifle lower. Sugars were unchanged, but scarcely so firm. Gold was again lower to-day. It opened In Kew York this morning at IBS, declined to 13725, ral lied to 138*, fell back to 137*, advanced to 133*, and closed at 13354. u was asserted yesterday.- that the Trca ury was selling gold, but this hardly seems probable, in view of the firmness with which the Secretary has refused to sell, even when a much higher price could be obtained. Tbe fol lowing quotations were received by Boyd Bros., gold and stock brokers: 10:25 a. m 188 12:00 m 183*£ l0;;»a.m 187* HSOp.m 13TU 11:00 a. ICS* 2:00 p. m , 1371? 11:15 2:to o. m 133* 11:00 a. ISS‘| 8:00 p. 133* 11:45 a. xa 13S* 4:00 p. m 133J4 Here Ibc brokers were buying at and small sales were mate over the counter at 133@140. Silver was nominal at 125J512S buying —the upper figure for large. Governments were rather panicky to-day—re suiting in u decided decline. The long Sixes de clined 1. Tbo original Fives were * lower. Tbe ’64a fell off H* and the ’C5s declined *. Ten-Por ties depreciated %. were 1 lower, and the other issues depreciated 1. The following shows the opening and closing prices of to-dsy compared with those of yesterday; Wednesday. Thuradsy. OpV. CIV. Op’g. Civ. SiXMOffil 113% U«V 1U& lUX flvo-Twentiea, 'fit 108 V 108« 107 V 107 v Flvo-Tweniles,’64 106 j? lOGU 105 V 1053 Five-Twenties, *OS. IDCv intif 1057 Toc-Fortics SeTea-Thlrtica, Aeg 106 103* IDS* 105 Scven-Tbirties, Jime 105* 105 101* 101 Seven-Thirties, July 105* 105 IW* 104 Here the market was drooping all day, with large sales at prices within the range. We quote closing prices as follows: GOTSBHXZHT SBCUBUnCS—CHICAGO USSR. ■Bnjrma:, . Ill* 107# lOSJS >,lBBl n 1.1868 j. 16&4 Sixes, 940's, MOV IPSK 1033 105 ®IOOH W 9354 1W 5.20’5, 1865 WO’s, small... 10-40*8, large .. 10-40’s, emalL.. 7-ars, Ist series 104* ' 105 7-*o’s, Sd series 103* 101 7-3 o’s, 8d series 103* 101 7-vO's, small lOO^aiOlH June Compounds, 1664. 114)4 July Compound*, IBM.. U3* Aug. Compounds, 16C4. 113* .. Oct. Compounds, 1664.. 11S>4 ... Dec. Compounds, 1864. ill* ... May Compounds, 1865. 110 Aug. Compounds, ISCS. 108)4 • Sept. Compounds, 1*65. IH3 Oct. Compounds. 1865. 107)4 The Second National Bank gives the following quotations for the Pnollc Funds: Coupons, 1:81 112 Juae comp. 18M,..114* 5-90 Coupon, July w M ...ill* large.... .105)40107)4 Aug. u “ ...113V 5-2 U Coupon, Oct. “ “ ...112* email... .105 ©lO6 Dec. M u ...jn* Coupon, large SO* May “ 1:65,...110)4 10-40 Coupon-small 102* Aug. M “ ..109 7-30, large.,lW*Cilos Sept. “ “ ...108)4 7-30, small,Oct. “ " ...lfß Business in Local Securities was very quiet. There arc buyers of Chicago City Sevens at 100 sod Cook County Sevens at 07, but we do not bear oi any ottering. Chamber of Commerce is held at OS, with buyers at 94. The Sycamore [lllinois] Sepvbllcaru of yester day, announces (he failure of the Sycamore Bonk. Mr. E. T. Hunt, its Cashier and principal stock holder, is quite 111 from nervous excitement, and unable to leave hts bed, but be informs ua that be hopes and expects In a short time to be able to arrange all claims satisfactory to Ida creditors. The assets of the bank he stales at $50,000, and the liabilities about the same, being mostly for de posits. 'llls misfortunes will be universally re gretted, for no one had more or warmer friends In this community. The Philadelphia Ledger remarks that there ts an established advance in the rate of interest, and s©o t? cent, instead of 4®S $ cent, os the rate has ruled for some time past. Money is still very abundant, but there is a distrust of the fu ture that deters capi allst- from nslng it In active business pursuits. Discounts rule at C®T t* cent per annum for the best, with little disposition to lend at that rate. —The ’bird rail on the Great Western Rail wav, to enable cars on the New York Central and illch ican Roads to ran on It, win soon be laid. The Great Western and other roads arc then to put on a through freight line between New York, Boston and the West, to be known as the “Blue Lino. 11 The Red line has been In operation some time from New York to this city. The White Line is now under pretty good headway between New York, Boston and the Southwestern cities. By and by U will be Red, White and Bine in lively competition for Irelgbt. One of the Blue Line can has been sent from Detroit to Worcester, Maesacbnse'ta. os a sample car. —’ibe following statistics jjto given In the New Orleans papers of the trade and revenue of the port: Tno mouth or passes of the Mississippi River Is Included in the Custom House District of New Oilcans. Amount of revenue collected at (he port of New Orleans for the fis« al year ending June 30,1SGG; Julv, I£C5.. ..$122,400.00 | January, ’0k.5033,571.40 Angust,’OS... 1C ,302.081 February, ’CO. 43i),805.1i September’6s 5&,538.G8 ! March.'GO.... 471,511.10 October, 05.. 241,452-311 April,’oo 610,000.07 Nov’mbcr/OS 523.131.81 I May, ’64 40S.S-Tl.6t December, ’CS 370,703.031 Jane, ’GO 307,431.85 Total, Ihe total number and tonnage of Teasels enter' edntihe port or New Orleans daring the fiscal year ending June 30, itGO * Ton- No. najc United States vessels entered from foreign porta 153 United States vessels entered coast wise....... Foreign vessels entered Total number of vessels and amount of tonnage 3,203 1,123,11( conausßciAi*. TntmsnAT Etesino, November 23, ISW. The following tables show the receipts and ship ments of produce during the past twenty-four hours: receipts past TWEsnrr-rocn norms. 1 1860. 1865. 63,650 23,820 28,200 25,555 17,100 16,501 8,200 2,100 9,260 53,783 100,970 87.980 151,065 75,631 1,670 B,SOO 800 114 2,500 1,700 5.830 32,110 31,693 16,816 M 8 5,292 8.312 1,145 1.201 107,681 143,239 110 100 8,064 31,050 . 1,617 1655 . 1,892 370 . 250 70 7,750 5,600 PAST TTVESTT-POtm HOURS. IsoO. 1565. .. 8,720 4,900 1,*>27 1,252 8,310 Flour, brls Wheat, bu Corn, bu Oats, bu... . Rye, bn Barley, bn Grass Seed, 1b5..,. Broom Corn, lbs.,. Cured Meats, lbs... Beef, brls Lard, Tbs Tallow, Tbs Butter, Tbs Dressed Bops, No. Live Hoes, N 0..... Cattle, No Hides, Tbs □. Wines, brls Wool, lbs Lumber, m Shingles, m. Inth. m Salt,brls.. ....... Floor, brls Wheat, bu Com, bn Oats, bn Rye, bu Barley, bo Grass beed, o>s Broom Com. Tbs. Cored Meat, Tha. Beef, btU Pork, brls Lard, lbs Tallow, lbs... . Uniter, fits Live Bogs. No. Cattle, No Hides, lbs il. Wines, brls Won], lbs Lumber, m.... shingles, m. I-ath, m.. Salt, brls There was a good attendance on ’Change, and there was a moderate business done In the leading Grain markets at an improved range of prices. The Provision market was stagnant. Mess Pork was held at 121.00 for present delivery, hut we heard of no inquiry. For future, there was some speculative demand, with sales of 500 brls, seller January, at £20.00, and 300 brls at £20.50 —seller thirty. Green Heats were dull, with sales of 20,000 lbs Shoulders at 02c, rubbed In salt and boxed. Prime New Lard was firmly held at 13c, with hay* ereatl2Hol2Jic. Old Lard was nominal at 12Vic. Whiskey was dnll, neglected and nominal at $2.33 for Free, and 83c for Bonded. In view of the unfavorable advices from New Yoik the Flour market was dull, heavy and nom inally 15®25c lower. We note sales of 2,200 brls at £9.00010.75 for Spring Extra*, and £7.5005.50 for Spring Supers, Buckwheat Floor sold at £6.0008.25, Wheat was moderately active and a tride firmer for No. 1 Spring. No. 2 opened strong hut closed cosier. Rejected was In steady demand at yester day’s ruling figures. About 93,000 bu changed hands at £2.50 for Red Winter by sample; £2.03 ©2.13 for No. 1; £1.0231.03 for No. 2in A. D. & Co.; £1.9001.92 for do in R. 1.; £1.5001.82 for do inN.W.A N.S., and £1.3701.45 for Rejected Spring—closing at £2.05 for Regular No. 1; £2.10 ©2.12 for do in favorite houses, and Sl.So3l.Botf for Regular No. 2 Spring. There was a moderate shipping and speculative demand for Com, and the market advanced 804 c. The sales foot up 155,000 ha at Ss@S7c for No. 1, and 80c for No. 2 In store, and SStf c for No. 1 free on board-closing at S6tf @S7c for No. 1 In store. Oats were more active and the market was Holc higher, with sales of 87,000 bu at 77033 c for No. 3 in store—closing quiet at the npper figure. Rye was dull and easier with light transactions at Sf GS7c for No. 1 audSOo32cfor No. 2 in store. Barley opened firmer, bat subsequently reacted and closed dnll and easier. Sales were made at CCtf©GScforNo.2andGSco£l.lsforeample lots Lake Freights were dull and nomlnaL No charters were reported. Trade in the Grocery market is fairly active. Stocks of staple goods are light, and, under the concessions heretofore noted as well as those re ported today, the market is firmly held. Hardware goods, embracing Iron, Steel, Nails, Metals and Tinners’ Stock, arc in active demand, and prices arc fn»y maintained. Salt is fairly active, steady, and without quota ble change. Seeds are in better request, and the market is steady for Timothy at previous quotations. Wool continues dnll and almost entirely nomi nal. Soles of small lots arc making, chiefly at concessions upon the prices dafly reported. Lumber by the cargo is a shade firmer, with an Improved degree of activity in the demand. Stocks afloat are now worked offi and new arrivals arc anxiously awaited. The following despatches were read on ’Change to-day: Bvttalo, November *2. .ilarbots inactive. Wheal is quoted nominally at f 2.(0. Corn—sl.oo for Toledo. Oats nominal. Freights unsettled. Receipts cf Wheat, 20,(U) bo; C0m,40,000 bn; Oats, none. Nxw Yor.K, November 22. Flour lt®Soc lower, at ss.7j® 0.5 d for Western Extras ; trade brands $11.G5©13.G5. Wheat lower and unsettled at $2.t5&2.53. Com unsalable at $(.21. Oats easier a* OJa&tc. Pork lower and heavy at|22.25. Lard easier at 13c. Gold ISSJj. LATEST. Flour depressed and lower at SB.oo®ltMso. Wheat heavy and nominal at Com unsettled at $1.23®i.54. Oats quiet a; uSc. Whis key quiet at $1.41. LATER. Is the- afternoon there was a strong “bull" movement in Com, and the market advanced to 92c—closing at 51c for No. 1. Wheat was quiet at s2.i7lbrNo. 1, and $1.51@1,82 for No. S Spring regular. Provisions were dull. Mess Pork de clined sl.fO, with sales of ICO brls at $30.00. Beef Cattle were dull. The tupply vras limited, as was also the demand. The receipts were 710 head. Entered sales 2,500 head, taken chiefly by butchers, at a range of $3.50 for common mixed lots, to s*.fX) lor prime shipping Beeves. Prices do not differ 'materially from yesterday's rates, ranging at $3.50®(L50 for inferior to choice. The Hog market was fairly active, and under the limited arrivals prices experienced an advance of fully 25@50cy 100 tbs. The offerings embrace 2,500 bead, which were taken by shippers and packers, at a range of $5.75®7.00 for common to choice. The market doses steady. Pork Packing at Cincinnati. [From the Price Current, November 21.] The packing season, properly speiMoff. has not open ed rally. The slaughterers having all commenced, they have been buying a few from nay to da/, so tbat they can keen no steam to show that they are maniac, bnt It makes a loss for them, because when they slaugh ter the bocs they find great dlfflcnltv in selling them at cost, or a uttie below It. None ot the packers are do ing much. Aooot 12.000 bogs were received daring the week, chiefly trom Kentucky. and the greater portion of them were to till the flrrt half of November con tracts made - last month. The receipts to day were but I,CCO. It 1‘ clear that the present prices are not satisfactory to feeders, and that they are holding back (hr farther dc velopmcnis. Many of the bogs received during the week lutve Nvn comparatively light, iind the general average it* below that of last year. IVu quote (G.TS i>cr cental gross as the (.losing rates, with a doll market. Some sales are making at fS.OO net. It will be pretty l»r acvauccd In December before a general and mutual understanding will dc reached bv feeders and packer*, and like lost year, the season will be 'ate. Packers believe, and dunbUess correctly, that unless they can buy pork at not over the current prices, thei e can be ro inducement to pack, and they are very dc* tcnnlnca and quite unanimous to adhere to this idea. Pittsburgh Oil Market—November SO. The matkeifor t'oaded oil conUnues dull and co elected, snd what la worse still, there are no indica tions at present of say immediate improvement, We btrebuttwoaaleatorcport: Loo3hrl* for Fcbraar* a- I- cry, In i'btla'ielnlifo. atSsc.andsM brls “slau am wh.t •. for?araedelivery, at3sc. For'hs moalhaia De ttnber,S3r.tSsjfc avemtn In about Iht neat offer-, that ear be realized. Free oil Is dull sod n»glecU-d— --s.Sudani brands may be Quoted at 4»3 30 -, la email low. heeds in Philadelphia—November 20. Cloversoed continues scarce. Small sales of prime arc making at f0.00@10.00 V bushel toroid nndnw. Timothy range* at from 9345 to $340. Flaxseed sell* on arrival at)S.S3 V bushel. Philadelphia wioar ftlaraet—Nov. SO. The market was very anil to-day, there ocioc no dls posiuonoothe part of buyers to purchase at present prices. A few hundred barrets were takrn, in loti, by the home consumers, at as.owiS.7i »»brl fur superfine; S.(C@IOAC for extras; tmu@l3.7s for North west -xtra telly—the latter rate roe fancy; fU.00315.03t0r Pcnn svlvaclaand choice Western do do: and <15.003in.99 tor fanev brands, according to qua'lty. Bye hour Is held at $3.00 F orb Nothing doing in com meal. Belling. ms M* 105* Provision* In Baltimore—November 20.* Barrelled pork continue- neglected am nominal, and balk mcau can onlv be ilaced at a material coacesdon on the opeilnc prim ot last week. City lard In brls and tea U jobbing at 14 V&lsc, ana In kegs at 19c. No Icgnlry for round lots. Bacon is d-nl with a downward tendency* Shoulders we now quota at tfijfc; aide* at D&lPjsc; plain shipping bams at 20321 c, and} a-vasasd sugar-cured do at ?!>/<*2s^’c. Seed*) Id Baltimore—November 20. Clover lain steady felrdemana at (9.25G9i>0 for new crop: Timothy % e quote -at |3.B(s J. •&, and Uaxsccd at $3.0) V bu. Philadelphia Provision market Norera" ber 20. The market continue* very doll* and price* hare again declined. Small sales are mating at *39XO F bar* m for new mets pork; 19&23c $» t> for plain and fancy bacon hams t l.ftlTXc for pickled do: 14@14Xc for salt shoulders; lK3lli(c for prime lard In barrels and tierces, and p o> for hotter, as to quality. CHICAGO LtJdUIER MARKET. Thcesdat Evxsiso, November 22. The receipts and shipments during the past twenty* Lumber. Shingles. The supply of Lumber by the cargo, under a good de mand, luia vanished, and the market Ii firmer. Shin gle* are dull and unchanged, and Lath continue steady at HXS. Sales reported to-djy were: Cargo schr Rich ard Mott, (to arrive) from Unit A Btlcom’s mill. Ocon to, 160 m mill ran at. $33.00, lath at $1.2!; cargo schr Bay State, (to arrive) irom Holt A Dalcom's milk Oconto, 200 mmlU ran at $23.00, lath at $4.23; cargo schr P. Hannah (to arrive) from Holt A Balcom's mill, Oconto, 130 m mill ran at $33.00,1 lath at $4.35; cargo schr C. F. Allen. Cram Sturgeon Bay. 135 m dock load sawed Umber and Joists, bold fall o{ strips and boards, at $16.50,40 m lath at $4.35 ; cargo schr Abigail, from DePere, 70 m mixed at $17.50,133 mLah at n. 35,100 m -A” sawed shingles at $4 J7*: cargo schr Alpha, trom Hall’s mill, Wabashaw. 135 m Canada boards wlih 10 m uppers, at S73XO; cargo bark Jesse Dfammond, from Canada,24o m gang-sawed boards about * stock (80 m . IS tcet boards) 100 zn at $20.00. and 110 m at $19.50. Trade In the yards Is (airly active, and prices arc firmly held at the following qnotatlons: Lrankß—First Clear, 1, IK, l*. and 2-lnch per .$63.00365.00 Second Clear, I.IK, IX, and S-loch 53.004C0.0J Third Clear, Inch 50.0i.ti55.00 First and Second Clear Flooring, together, r.-mgh—the same as Second Clear, wide 50X0,355.00 Common Flooring, rough.... SLQS&USXQ Matched and creased Common Flooring 33.00312X0 Matched acd dressed 8-lnch Com mon Flooring 56.C0433.C0 First and Second Clear Siding, to gether 30.00(333X0 First Common Dressed Siding 2J Wagon-box Boards, select, 15-loch and upwards 35X0310X0 A Stock Boanls 13 Inches 3S.(K)4:n.Ou B Stock Boards. 12 laches 23.00^27X0 Common Boards, Joist*, Scantling, Fencing and small Timber, J 2 to 16teetIong 20X0335.00 Joist and Sconcing, IS feet. 5X00425.00 Joists and Scantling, SO, 23 and 21 last 23X3530.00 Smsoixs—A or Star Shared Shingles 3.W AorStar Sawed Shingles 5 o*3 SXO No, 1 Sawed Shingles 2 5u s3.T> BNo.l Sawed Shhigles 2 3.4 3XO Lath—Per m in yards 4.T2& SXO By car load by Northwestern Bail * road, delivered In any yard where cars can be swltctmUor any depot: A or Star Sawed Shingles, by car load on track 4.75 A or Star Shaved Shingles by car load on track, count made full, or fivubnnchr.BtoftUloaß.lnd .... IXO A Sawed Shingles, city made, on track 5.0035X5 No. 1 Sawed Shingles by car losd,on track 2X3 Three dollar? a car load added when transferred, which charge (otlows the Shingles to freight bill. .£1.593,433.61 SIITXOLB BTAXDACt). Thickness—Fire Shingles to be two Inches in thick ness. I-captb—Sixteen inches. Rued*—'Twenty Inches. Cciure o— Twcnty-ave. 71,118 CHICAGO CATTLE MARKET, .1,861 f«, 459 . 432 158,305 Omci or xnc Daily Teibcyb, > Tiutsdat Evxnisg, November 32. i Wc hare received the following commurlcationfrom P. R. Chandler, Esq., President of the “ Union Stock Yards," explaining the position taken hy the company relative to the suicidal policy adopted by the M dark lantern " concern: OmcE “ Usiox stock Yaud axd Teaxstt co_ > Chicago. November 130 G. $ To the itock growers and live stock dealers of the Northwest: The Colon Stock Yards are the largest and most com- Slett, in the world; it is admitted they ore well con acted and their accommodations unsurpassed. Chi cago Is the great lire stock marcel of tne world: its immense packing house* and Us fear great leading railroads to the East, and still another projected, make It the best competing mat ket tn the country, a con stant di-mard for home consumption and for shipment to the markets of New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Canada produces that competition which afford.- Ure be-t prices to the producer, and at no other point than Chicago can they be obtained. The Interests of the Union stock Yard and TranMt Compa ny are with the producers, and to keen this (he licit market In the country, and to Increase Its business and Importance. The officers or directors of this company have never bought or sold stock la these yards, nor have any connect!'nor Interest with “commL-slon men,” “ middle men,” “ combinations” or •• rings.” The members ol the new “ Live Stock Board of Trade" have hlthtrto borne as good a reputation as those of other commercial bodies made op of commission merchants. If these men shall not hare the confidence ot shippers from the country, there is another class of comn Is-Mon men equally competent and responsible, and willing to report quotations spe cifically and openly. And the Jcompaty. furthermore. Invite new men to come In and occupy the vacant of fices and desks ol the Exchange hollaing, that a heal thy competition may en-nc for the benefit ot the pro dnccr. And It none of these commission men prove sathfoctory, the company extend ;to farmers and dealers every facility tu come to market and tell their own stock. The Union Stock Yard Company will as heretofore give the Press all the Information In nclr power, acd desire that commission men and all dealers should give proper and xcltanlc quotations; but the corporation can have no power to compel dealers to report their business transactions, be they ** commis sion men,” “shipper-," “ middle men,” or “farmers." Competition is the great protection to producers and all Interests, and the Union Stock Yard Company dr sire to encourage and Increase competition, which must regulate all matters of difference between the producers and dealers. Respectfully yours. r. ii. CiuypLga. President. As we understand the position taken by Mr. Chan dler, the interests of the Union Yards are in har mony with those of the producer and dUmetrlcally op posed to tbo-e ol the “ring," and much as it Is the de sire of the Union Stock Yard Company that the Press be furnished with toll and accurate reports ol the mar ket, it has not the power to comp’d dealers tn live slock to give such Information. Granted. We are well aware that there is no legal process by which they can be made to do so; but there Is a tribunal whose deci sion is almost Invariably acquiesced in and obeyed— we mean “public opinion." The “ring" can never sne ccsilnlly combat this, and as soon as their pockets be gin to feel the pressure they will then be glad to make reparation for alt they have done. Then they may find It too late, atrt corse the hoar In which they ever under took to attain tnch a villainous end as Is enunciated la the declaration ot one of the “main springs” of the “concern,” to wit: “We are selling stock for men who bay In the conn try, and Ills our dnty to aid them to every manner pos sible. If the different lota os sold are reported In the paaers, with the prices paid, farmers are kept oosUd, and the men who hay and send ns stock to sell cannot realize the margin they onght to, taking Into account the risk they run.” We believe that there are statute In this State touching conspiracy and forestalling, and It seems clear to us that the Union Stock Yard Company would bare no difficulty tn obtaining, on the grounds ol con spiracy, an Injunction prohibiting any of the “scalp ers” composing this “ring” from panning their avo cations on the premises of the company. * The above declaration ot one of the officers ol the “Board" can be substantiated by affidavit, and In any court of equi ty would furnish sufficient reason for the scrvlig ot such Injunction. Has the Union Stock Yard Company sufficient “back-bone” to protect the farmers and stock raisers by obtaining such? If U has, let the public know it. Maqy ofHonrJreaders have been at State Pairs, and other cattle shows, and there have sees the police m«iai a descent on the “confidence men,” “thimble riggers," “th-ee-tird-monte throwers,” proprietors of “sweat cloths,” “California lotteries,” etldomne genu« y and znarchthcmofftothclock-np. Morally speaking there Is no difference between the dumliersO'tnduttrie here in mentioned, and the “scalpers” who Infest the neigh borhood of the “Hough House." They and the “Peter Punks” who usrd to congregate around “French's” In Kcw York, are all of the same stripe aad deserve the same treatment at the bands of an outraged public. We trust onr readers will again pardon ns for Intro ducing a “disagreeable subject”—the “ring Jons A days. President. TuoyasKioous. Vice-President. Gso. adays, Treasurer. Ica p. Ncdd. Secretary, DOAKD OF PITBCTOng. John Wallwork, Elisha Thompson, Moore Conger, Robert fetrahorn, Jacob Strader, L. R. Hastings, i Jesse Adams, 9^455 132,130 77,500 83 SO 862 862 25,013 76,500 157.0G3 81,500 3,530 i 076 722 08 233 .... 115,577 779 160 30,316 'BO,IOO 1,836 787 087 1,310 ODIVUCAL StnmZßS. R. Strabora A Co., G. Bcnllpy, John Adame, Isaac Webb, Jacob Strader. VTallwork * Mallory, Mitchell A Adams, W. llrlncfcerhou, Cooley A Eldrldge, Concer, Bro. A Co- Gregory A Eastings, Geo. Adame. Nicoles A Artflcrr.s. J. ,T. Mitchell. St, John A Brown, Hal] A nerves, Harley Grsen, Loomis A Plxby, E. H, Bogart, Brown A Thompson, IraP. Nudd, - Uazktt, Kelly A Co., M. G. Creatwell A Co- A. PeaSclee A Co. Among thoee who are doing business in an open market, and who at all times express a willingness to Impart any or all Information they may possess re garding their own Individual transactions, the general character of the market, ftc* we take plea*ore In mentioning the following: Keenan dr Finley, Jones, Hongh & Co* Conover* Ball, John Start. M. Clark, John Kelley, n. o’liara, j.N.wehh. BEEF CATTLE. The following table ahowa the dally recdots and shipments ol Beet Cattle during the week cp to this

evening, as reported by the Secretary of the Union Stock Yard Company Snnday and Monday. Tnewliy ■Wednesday Thmsday T0ta1.... 2.441 10,23 5.407 Sameilmelast week io,m 1,309 Week tkiorc Ult 4,120 20,653 1,471 The receipts to-day irere by the following roads: Cattle. Hoct. Sbeep. 63 m 160 1,077 1,13 49 Sl3 364 525 133 *7l 96 16 53 $33 By Illinois Central O; Burlington By &u Louis ft Alton. Bj Sortliwwtmi.... Br Kock Island By Michigan Southern. Total :« 2,190 Theahipments to-day, and for the week tip to this «Tcni&tt were: .. . _ , Cattle. Hoc*. Sheep. Sunday and Monday.... .... .... Tuesday 9i ill 057 Wednesday. 7*3 .... Thursday 539 1,631 Total (31 KM BS7 Samstlrelastweek........ . lA3 2.63 S .... Weettbcf.-ro la*t 6SI 2.552 .... Shipment* to-day were by the following routes: „ „ Cattle. H igi. sheep. Py Mlchlcan Central SS aft Br MlfhleanS-'othcrn 71 1,107 .... Pittsburgh A Ft. Wamc SSI .... .... Great Eastern 79 .... .... Total U 9 1,631 Sales to-day, as entered as the different Scale Houses, were as lollova: XHIaoU Central Scale BnrUnctoD & Quincy Scale. St. Louis & Alton Scale.... Northwestern Scale Total I*l9o 1190 839 The market exhibited no Improvement to-day la any particular. The demand U limited, so that the supply though light, Is quite suffldeat to c\eet all the require ments ol the trade. Packers are not yet baying to any considerable extent, aod the “shaky” condition of the Eastern markets, restrains ihlppers from active opera* tlona, so that the demand Is eonflacd chiefly to botchers' stock, lor home consumption, and fbr the roarfcetsof Milwaukee, Detroit, Buffalo and Cleveland. The day eras cold, vet and disagreeable, and the few buyers la attendance appeared to hare In a measure, of the nature of the weather. Holders were anxious to close oat, bat buyers evinced no dis position to take hold, and bat aboat UOOhead were worked cfl- These consisted principally of common mixed lots, thin Cows, light Heifers, and rough Steers and Oxen, and were taken hy shippers, city batchers and I coders, at prices ranging from fiKV26-00 fbr com mon to good smooth Steers, averaging from 795 to Ws# ns. The market closes doll and heavy atiue quota tions giver below iTlme to Extra. GoodtoFTlmi Common to Medium. Inferior. Transactions Include the foOowlog: CATTLE SALES TO-DAY. bought S) head Hit Steers, averaging 1, 1 *6 Obcnd- rfi bought 32 head good smooth Steers, aver* •Zinc LIS6 Bi. fed and watered, at $3.73. Obcndorff bought 10 bead light Steers, averaging 970 lbs, fed and * atered, ni $1.30. nail bought 17 bead medium butchers* Cows, aver aging too a s. atJLOO. Culver bought 6 bead medium stock Steers, aver* AEIBS9SO as at u. B. Jones sold 20 head medium Cows, averaging -*■ h., j 111.15, Johnson sold Honan 6 head medium Cows, averaging .fu&s,ttfl.7s« Ohendorff bought 5 head mtdlnm Steers, averaging l.*W it Obet dorff troucht 6 bead good fat Steers, averaging LSOO as, »t ssao. * HOGS—There was a /airly active demand to-day, both tor fehlpmex t and for packing, and owing to thw limited arrivals, prices experienced an advance of Sd 50c per 100 tts.. The oCcrlnga were pretty evenly di vided between shippers and packers, at prices ranging irom |5.75 for common rough uneven lots, to fCJJT.v lor choice smooth Hogs. The supply was exhausted, and the markctcioMd steady at the range of prices given above. About 2JOO head changed hands. Wc note the following sales: _ ~ No. At. Price. Keenan AF. to Loomis tt 330 S6JO Newt on bought .&J 2*» 6 37* Loomlshooeht ,J 9 312 6.60 Loomis bousht »7 270 6.33 Loomu bought. 83 336 6.70 Lot ruts botuht. 40 SSI C.SO Tobv bought .74 211 6.00 .O’Bara to Allmon 57 203 SJO Thornton to Xobj 43 *3JO 6.00 Boot to Toby js 236 6.12* Wiling to Talcott 47 850 6.60 6HEEP.—There was a &lf Inquiry to-day at $3X0(31.00 fbr common to medium, and $4X0(35.25 for good, to extra fat mutton Sheep. There U a fall supply In the market; bat coder a better demand prices are fully sustained, and the market may be quoted firm at the following range: Good to extra $4X0(35,25 Medium to fair S.TSivUS Inferior to common 3.0*43X0 . No. At. Price. , Hughes bought. 84 106 $5.15 ' Fartsworth nought. 65 101 L 73 Entered sales, 633 bead. Becclpts. Shipments.. .1.617.010 . .1.892,000 asr.ocu CHICAGO DAILY MARKET. All soles of Grain reported in UU market report are maueon a Oath of 2c storage unless oiAencise ezprtised. XnrxsDAT Erzsixa, November 33.1568. FRElGHTS—Kxn.noADniEir.nTs—Tbefollowiaz Is the Joint tariff on tire Eastern roads: 3d Sd 4Ui _ „ „ . class, class, class. Floor. ToNewYort: ns 133 ios sio M rail, lake and rail. 160 115 if» 309 To Boston ISS ]33 110 S3O “ rail, lake and rail, 170 ' 13 KB 310 To Philadelphia 1® 11s iuo *OO To Baltimore. 10 115 100 300 To Albany l® ISO 100 300 “ rail, lake and rail. ISO UO 93 195 To Montreal ISO HI 93 ISS To BttflalO S 3 63 57* 110 “ rail, lake and rail. 7S S 3 ST* 100 To Cincinnati 60 45 40 40 Lakk Fkughts—Market neglected and entirely nominal. No charters reported. s*l,o UR—Received, 13.067 arts; shipped, brls. Market dnll and almost nominal. Sales were: spbiSG Emus—Wo brls ••Lillian” (yesterday 0. m.) at $10.67*; IHobTl»” , «Uwt,” lyeaterdayp.moat at<iojs: ICO brls not named at $10.75: IUO brls do at $10.35; W 0 brls do at $10.30; 100 bn a do at $9.03. SCPKBS —IOO brls not named at S9AO; CO3 brls do at $8.03: 100 brls di> at $7.50; Bixkwueat Flock—3 brls at $3.33 : 13 brls low eraue at $6.00. WII FAT— Received, 63,350 bo; shipped, CiSSs bu. Market armer for No. 1 Sprint;, but No. 2 closed a trifle weaker. Sales wer-: Ban Wism-IM bn by sam ple at S3AO del; Srniso Whzat-400 bu No. 1 at $3.13; &0 bn o< at sri3>i; 1,300 bu do at S2.IC; 5.100 bu do at S£.CS; SCObu No. 2 at SL93 ; 2,000 bn do at $1.97 fA.B. & Co.): 2.000 bu do at $1 W I.CCO bn do -at $1.90 (F. & T.V, li.OCO bu do at SLSI; 6.1 W budo atstjs\U; It,OW ;bn do at f l-Sl; 5100 nu do at $1.83; 33.030. bu K.'iecied at |1.15: KiO bu do at $1.43; 800 bu do at |l.«; 5,003 bu doat $1.10; Soo bu do at $1.40 ;4'd bu do at $1.73 ; 4.00 bu do at sl.37—c’oslngal ss.o3 lor No. 1 Rex nlar ; $2.1Cd0.12 fordo In U. I. and A* !>.(& Co- and lull'd* for No. 3N.S.andN.W. UN—Received. -&XQ bn; ‘hipped, €2,633 bu. Market advanced *«tc. Sales were: Cocxnrstooe— W.rou bu No. lat t»7c; 5,000 bu do at «CVc; 40.100 bu do at r*‘.*c: 15,003 bn do at hfic: 17.0 CC bn <lO at sr»*c; 1,030 bu ao at S3c ; 400 bu do (N. S.) 8lc; 4,060 bn No. 2 at 80c; Cors ki;ke os •.0,000 bu No. I at S3*c—closing a* h'.vosTc tor No. 1 in store. OATS*— •>’ deed, 17.100 na; shipped. sl,SOObn. Mar ket acvarci v<?lc. Sales we cs 11,000 ba No. 3at bSc: 22,000bn doat 37J<c; 11.000 bu doatS7><c; 9.000 ha do at ; 35.000 on d i at 37c—elosina quiet at sSc. ItY r.-IloccUoL 8.300 bn ; shipped 8,730 ba. Market dim and easier. Saiei* were: l.fOjbn N’o. lat Sic; 2.FCC bu do at Wk.; SIX) bn No. 3at 83c; »o 3budo at Sic ; •PObncoatMvc; ICO ba do at 80c; 4ft. ha Kneeled at 73c—cloidrr atlnslrie flenres. BA 11I.EY-Uecelred. 5.306 ba; Shipped, 1.C37 ha. Market opened strong but closed weak and eader. Sale* were: H.ft’ObuXo.2at(Uc ;4,000 t»u do at 67c; .tf-0 budo at Wye; TUirtrr nr s.tMfi.e—lCO bn at f 1.15; 100 ba at |!.10; 100 bags at 90c; 500 bu at 6dc— all os track. AMI ft*—Fcarce and wanted at Sc for Pols. ALCOHOL—Nominal at 163 ISC la the Jobbing war. fUcoOM CORN—Market aalct. Sales were: 5 tone choke at *300.00; 5 ton* at *163.00. BRA N—Sales were : 10 tons at |U.OO; 10 tons old* dllne? at Stfi.CO :lo do at $31.00. BUTTER— hcvdvcd, 31.603 as; shipped, ,%530 fts. The mi»rket for nil descriptions, except choice, con tinues dull and weak. Tncre 1« rcarcely any demand aside from the 1' cal trade, which Is t>y no means ac tive. ihesapplv Is cxco>sSve,smJ common grades will In nil prcl ability go lower. Prime l»> choice qualities In small packages, suitable for table use, are In de mand and comparatively Arm. Hales Include 5 firkins at 23c; 7do at 20a; 030 fts la crocks at Sic; 3 pks roll at 32c. WequcteT Choice Dairy. ' CoodTuh . Common Firkin Prime Firkin JBARUINCS—The market coi general feelluc Is coder. There snppiy la the market, owing to v tolerably well maintained. Wc < National A. 3 bu, seamless linen. Union A. 2 bn, do Illinois A. 2 bo, do Corn Exchange Stark A, cotton seamless Lewiston A, do Androscoggin, do .... American. do ... Beaver Mills, do Iltlsfcld S, do l*enn Mills, do Fort Put, do Sligo, do Saco, linen and cotton. Itldeewood, dp Sprincfleld, do 59.09 Burlaps, 4 hu,So.l SI.OO Eiplre City , 40X0 COFFEE-Good anil choice Rio. with Java, are shaded to-dav, and with this concession, under an Improved decree of activity la trade, the market is tlrmly held. Wo contloue to quote: lava. «l @4l*C Tho.commoDtoi«ir.... c Rio. cood to prime 35>,®29 C Rio. prime to choice S 3 <s3o c t’tH»PEUA«JE—SaIes were: 1,000 Pork Barrels at fl.9\ on track. UllEE^E—'Tiiere Is no chance to note In the era* oral chai actcr of th« market, njr la prices. 'There Is a fair Inquiry for prime goods, welch. under moderate »to>-ks, are bolus held firmly at previous rates. Com* mon trades are quiet. Wc quote: New i*ork Factory (Genuine) 192Wc Factory {lllinois) 1~i%19c Ilambur?,. .lSsl3c Western Reserve 16®17c Western Stales L&ISc ‘•Tonus America” 30c f?i»A I/—"There l« a pood demand and a fQU sapnlyi at the (olloxvine range of prices: £ct£— Jlrook&cld $ 11.00 do Onurby 11.00 CurcLtSD—llriar mil 11.00 do Mineral Ridge. 10.00 ' do TVlllow Bank. 10.30 do TanneJ 10.00 CWppctra 10.00 lllosstmrff.'.t 1100 Lump Lehigh 16J» Lackawana, prepared 11.00 PlttMOD Illinois do on track. Yoehlocheney. ECJl«p*—Are in pood local request and steady at 30® S3c. There is a (Mr supply at these Genres. FUU|T?> AND NUTS—There is a steady and falrlv active demand for the better varlctSc.* of Domes tic Dried and Green Fruits, and prices are toieraaly well eui-tainrd all arctmd. With the exception of a do cliec of |I.OO in Lemons, prices are unchanged. We quote; • ____ Apples, new, Bbrl Grapes Orange*. Havana, p 100. Lemons, Malaga Cranberries, wild Cranberries, cultivated. Fig? Late* Canned Peaches, P don, 3 & cans. Apple*, new Peaches, halves and quarters reaches, cared Blackberries, new, f) & Elderberries. B a... Balslrs, layer* Almonds,Lard shelled..,. 23 0 36 Almonds, son shelled.. 40 0 53 Almonds, paper shelled 65 0 58 Brazil NQtt. 22 0 33 PUberts. 17 0 13 English Walnuts SO 0 31 Kaplcs Walnut? 33 0 2( Pecans, small and large 28 0 S 3 Chestnuts. B bu .-10.00 01LOO Flsll—The market present? no ncwffeilnrcs worthy of note. There Is a fair Inquiry fjv most description*, and the reocral market may be quoted Arm at the price* given below: White&h, No. 1. X brl *7.500 7.75 Whltebsh, No. 2. £ brl TJSO 7.50 Trent, No. 1, X brl 5 CO® 5.35 front. No. 2. £ br1...., 4.50 04.73 Mackerel. No. 1, X brl, new 1U00U.75 Mackerel, extra mess, B X brl 15,00015,50 Mackerel, extra mess. B Kit 4.00® 4,25 Mackerel. No. 1, klt»‘ new 3.800 2 90 Mackerel, family, kits 2.310 2.35 Mackerel, extra large, lanilly, kits 2J50 Sh3o Codfch. Dank. B 100 tts 8-520 9.00 Herring*, dried. No. 1, B box <3 O 70 Herring*, scaled 73® PC Labrador Herrins, B brl 13X0013.00 Lahnulcr Herring, X brl 6XOO 7 00 (■ ItEASK—Sfarket quiet bat firm atßX®9xc lor Brown and Yellow. II 1(5 U WlNES—Received, 110 brls; shipped, 779 brl*. Market anil and S3o for Bonded and #2X3 for Free* HOPS—Market quiet and steady, with New York selling at 57®iOc, and Western at So&ssc. Ii a V—There is a good demand for shipment, also a fair inquiry for local consumption, under which prices arc welt maintained and arm at the recent advance. We quote: Timothy, roller and beater pressed. TlnioUiT, loose pressed Prairie, beater pressed, new Timothy* roller and better prefeed 13.00®30.03 Timolht * loose pressed i9.0f3i1.00 Prairie, roller and beater pressed 16,10,317 00 Prairie, loose on wacon. delivered 11.50@15.50 n IDES—R< wired, 107,633 08: shipped, nose. The market exhibits no change. There is > air laiulrr at the prices siren beiow: Green Batchers’ 8 a 85<o Green S»U, mniincd! Green Salted, Heavy gtecr llxUu c GrtanCalH. 33 c*33 c Kip, Green Salted Dry Fllnt,trimmed , IS «19 c Dry Salted, Warned IS «16 c Green Salted, part cured 10 giOVC IKON AND STEEl*—There isa.TOodtrade,and the market commands toll prices, u follows : Cmomon Bar svd *V Horse Shoo Iron - “jftf S* Heavy Hand Hoop and Light Band 7)»&11X Rocnd and Square. 6^ll^ Oral 7* Halforal axd Hall Round 7 Q fcheet Iren, common 7|f& thect Iron, galvanized, 17i£y .50 « ■ Shectlron,rnarco*l Sift# _ Sheet Iron. Jcnlata. *Ux<stS- Norway Rail Roads... ..........12 «15 Piow fated, Gorman ©it Plow Steel, cast. 17 ®IS Sprinsr andTJreSteel,English 14 <315 Tool Cast Steel, crclcary tires. 23 030 Too! Cut Siccl, American Q»a Hlutercd Steel 20 fi*3o Rttsla, No.9aodt6 ..........33 Russia, Am., Ist quality, *bdl &Q Russia, Atm, Ist quality. V sheet, 6tU Russia. Am- W quality. V sheet ; &31 LKATllEK—Continue* quiet, though with so surplus stock in the market prices remain firm at oar quotations, which are as follows: Cattle. Bon. Sheep* 556 2.750 93S U4S &.»3 I.GI 710 t.YSO 0,750 CUT Harness, V & 4 <O3 «1 Country Jlar&'es 4fe» 41 Ltce, 423 44 u»»i.n Calf. 7 Upper. V 100 t.,. SIW Si | Country Toper. v&c-c S 3 Collar.? f00t... 213 2*l OJ SUeghter Sole.. Ma 5 > flame?*, 7 n... 4tX.a 4* Toper SO© S 3 Klo.Ko.t,ice(ll> Klp.Xo l.hcavy lUKTAIS AKD TIN: Is active, and prices are quote: ___ t Box Tin Plate, I. C„ 10s» f 15.50 large Pigs 37 Small Pin*. S Bar Tin SO OOrPTB. Metallic AT Botta... S 3 Copper Belt'm 60 Brazier* oxer 10 M. 46 ShwilPciSH to 16 ox <3 Tienlnc* 10 Cattle. Hoes. Shew. .837 CJ3 333 . 409 1,0u9 353 . 40 813 .371 475 IS4 BAimir acTAi. Ist Quality 3? Antimony % Fire Bolder 90 N AlL**—Are m Urce «3etn_ Bcorclt* In the most deeinbte tn j following rates: „ ludtobfi* fee* .(19.00 6j fLJS | at fine blaed U-M — .?•?? SJO I C.« Spikes v— sd 9.C0 I Clinch net 10X0 HOI LJ*—Standard Oils or# m lair reaum, and far most cesatotlons the market mar be footed steady. Lam Oil, however, is s Uttle unsettled. We quote as LtiSctVon, raw I IJO Unwed Oil. boiled IX3 Olltf Oil 2.60 Whale (Ml. W.B I»*U5 Lard Oil. extra USJ>JJS l*rd on. No. I winter t.ta?1.43 Lard OIL No. V Winter. 1.35-&1.S0 UaskOlUtoand lots 1.3&L50 Machine oil. round lots 1.10 Sperm Oil, W. H., round lots 0.50 LuorlcatlrcOll 0&31.M Castor Oil Ncat&foot oil, extra 1.WA1.50 anc firm at the prices girea below: Carton, T car toad C Carbon, small lots _67 Bcaiole 16.535630 , 53tu6-3 . 1.(5a5.N DOG SALES TO DAY. t»»S3c VJ&UC jutlooes qat-t, naJtiie re la a rattier limited 'wlilcli lait prices arc continue to quota: ss.oo «.t» 7J CO 11.00 6X&* 8.00 5.503 *2.73 a 100 is ® is , 5.M A 6.00 . 15,00 016.00 . 10.00 013.00 15.00 @20.00 23 0 30 S 5 0 26 4.63 0 m 10 0 14 17 & 19 40 0 49 S 3 0 S 3 20 0 .. 5.00 0 5.35 .115.30816 M . 16.0Qj07.00 . 13.QQ2t3.00 jCK. Slaughter. Sole, HuHao 9 40® 43 Slaughter, Sole. Chicago. No. 1 40® « Slaughter, Sole. Chicago. No. 1 31® 37 Bncnos Ajres... 40* II Orinoco b01e.... 37* 33 Orinoco, good, damaged Si® S oar. * French Cal£ SI fee S4GA2.S French Ca:t 36 ft*. 54033.10 French Calf. Lo raoUes.r rtor.SOJOA9OJX> XEKS* trade steady and strong, as we lit qaalltyrcash IS l«t quality, yhret .Is>f slab ,U 1 to 6 11 •.Sand 9 IS 10 and n IS IV .11 is and it U 15 and 16 16 17 17 IS 13 w n 70 .71 Pence Staple* ip *mand. and wltnaoonUncad jte sires, pneta are firm at PROVISIONS—Deceived, 1,870 ft* Core l Mea s , 90 brie Beta and 5,500 hi Laid; shipped, 152,190 Si uoredMeata; 65 brls Beef; 86) brls Forte,anlS&S as ; Xanl. Mesa Pork—Market dull—h*irt at 931.00, spot. Sales wo* tSOObris, seller 99, at 99.50: 600 brls, seller Jar uary. at 93U0. - Green ittcate-Salcawere: 30,000 tta Shoulders at 6Wc boxed. J,nrd—Dun-held at 13c: buyers atlSVOUlfe. POTATOES—Continue dull at M«3t6c uy the car load—outside price delivered, and 70c In store tor choice finalities, sales vere: 2 car* Peach B ows at 60c on trace; Mbodo at 00c: 73 bo Bussetsat 50c, PORi.TuY AM» GAdIE-Poultir Is a shade firmer. Live Chicken* are selling at 93.75@4.r0, and Dressed at 94-SO«SJ}O: Prairie chickens are quoted at j175@4.50: Mallard Pucka at fJ.OO.iASO, and Tame Packs at 99.756*4.25 for D ret fed; Qualls at 92.00cj2.50. Bales were: 6 dozen Prra&ed Chickens atfj.uO; 6 dozen do at 94.10; 3 cozen do at fjjjh; 100 Live do at 92.73: 8 dozen do at *3.73: 4 dozen do at f l.fO; 5 coops doat|3AO;'dOO ns XJveTorkcvs atlSc; 100 ftsdoat 15c; 3 dozen Live pucka at ; ; A25; 5 dozen Prairie Chickens at 13.75: 4 dozen do at f4.oh ; i dozen Quail at 92.C8; 6 dozen do at 92-50; 2 dozen Mallard Duces at 9340 6 dozen Oeme at €sc. S»A LT-Becclrcd, 7,750 brls; shipped, 2,170 brls Market steady. Sales were: 7TO brls Domestic F ine at 92.60, delivered. We quote the range of prices as fob lows: New Fine 4 2.60 Coarse A<v) OrocßQ Alum 5J5®3.30 Turk's I» land, bags 1.15 Ground Solar ».&» Dairy. with sacks 5.00A5.S Dairy, without sack* 4.olat^j SEEDS—itecelTckltfl.PTSßs; shipped, 2.3 W Bs. Timothy s^ecd—Market fairly active and steidr. Sales w ere: 123 bags C»ir at SJ.7S; 31 baes do at £3.7*1; S 3 baas dirty at *aXo. SODA AND SALEU-ITUS—DI-carboaate of Soda u again shaded }*c. Ibe market U Cilrly active, and firm at the Quotations wc now give: Babbiifs Medicinal. IS «J3tfc ,do Pure..... c Poland’s Chemical do Health? do Pure American 81-Carb soda. Briush SUGARS—Stocks cf staple goods are light, and at the concession* heretofore noted, with an Improved condition in trade, prices arc Arm, as follows: Cuba. lltt&lS* Porto Blco ISXaHK K. Y. BeCncd, Powdered and Granulated 16*cu;,s "While A ClMe A ......15*^16 ■While 8.. Extra C.. , Yellow C. 'oxnara Oxnard C Extra. !*YRI) PS—Are in fair demand and prices ue firm attbe allowing quotations; NewTorkSyrups. $ 6531.50 Tcilow Drips 1.12&1.Z0 Cuba Mulasset S3 Porro Blco 65,31.10 Ken* Orleans Stel.3o Pbti&celphta bee Hire TOut 73 Chicago Ktfucry, Amber..... ** “ Golden 950L05 44 w Sugar Bouse Sk4 95 TAl4LOW—'Received, At; shlppeo, 157,063 ftl. Market quiet, at 10i4(4l0*c for Country and City. Tfc. \»—Trade u fairly active, ana the market Is Heady and svronn at tne following prices: Tonne Hyson, superior to line. 9 s> $1.20(9:1.60 do extra to choice. 9 ft 1.7531C0 Imperial, superior to tine, 9 b 1.3331.75 do extra to choice, 9 ft 2.0091.10 Gunpowder, superior to One, a 0. i.ugiL7s co extra to choice. 9 ft..,. 3.0&2.10 Japan, natural leal. One to extra fine, 9 ft.... 1.ag1.25 do do doe to choice, 9 tt LW^l-SO do do colored, 9 ft 1.5691.75 TOBACCO—Traders slack, though with no more than boconste stocks on hand, dealers ore holding dimly at full rates. We continue to quote: ciirwiao Tobacco — Extra * Choice Medium Common SttOktsd Tobacco— Virginia's Favorite Choice Mrcium Common Stems Tobacco— Loyal Citizen 75<8 SO Farmers' Delight 7i)i 75 Natural Leaf..... L2oi£2.C<l Half-bright 85«#U5 Choice Black, sound T 5& 80 Medium 709 73 Common 509 70 Navies.... „,...................G2W<£ 83 Virginia 10s and fts co Flounders WOOD—Is In demand, and steady and Urinal the ran tie ol prices given below: Mai le. 9 core, delivered f 15.50511.00 Mnt-lc, 9 cord. In varil 12^0913.00 Beech, 9 coro, delivered 11.00^12X0 Beech, 9 cord, in yard lo.COcill.CO WOOL-Received, S£SI fts; shipped, 30JlS ns. Market dell and almost entirely nominal. Wo con tinue to quote the rank* of prices, as follows: V Inc Fleece—Light and white. 1X317c Fine Heecc—Light bnl ciniry 43£15c Fine Fleec*—oily and heavy 39313 c Medium Fleece—Light and while 13$ Dc Medium Fleece—Fair comlliliiU. in* 43c Coar-e Fleece—Light and white 43-iltc Coarse Fleece—Fair condition 13$£2c ISIAXIUSE NEWS. FORT OF CHICAGO. ARRIVED..... November 22. Prop Lady Franklin, St. Joseph, S 3 m lamber and sun* dries. Prop Skylark, St. Joseph, sundries. Dark Padscr Slate. Pcshtlgo, 230 m lamhcr. Bark Grace Greenwood, Oswego, 2,000 bns salt. Dork .Icssic Drummond, Port Sarnia, 34U m lumber. Park Lottie Woll, Cleveland, 500 tuns coal. Bcl-r Wlnont, Cleveland, u tu coal. ScLr Enterprise, Bay City, ISO m lumber. Scnr Wellington. Cedar River, ISO m lumber. Schr Beloit, Moskcgon. 91 m lumber. Eebr Warren, Muskegon, 70 m lumber. ScLr Ncshoto, MusKegon, ivo m lumber. Schr S. Bales, Muskegon, Hu .r lumber. Set r Liberty. Kalamazoo, *u m lumber. Sthrlrl-Colcr, Grand Haven. 27 m lumber. Schr David Dod, Grand Haven, S 3 m lumber. Schr Eveline, Carp Kivcr, J. 500 cedar posts, bebi John F. Warner, Oswego, -ICK tons coal. Schr Soeca, Erie, 300 tons coal. Schr Bcltn Kent. Fader’s Pl«r. SO cds wood, Scow J. 11. Hill. Fish Creek. 4,000 cedar posts. Scow Granger, Kalamazoo, 70 cds wood. Schr C. Woodford, Kalamazoo, TO m headings. Schr Orion, Kalamazoo, 73 m lumber and G 5 m lath. Schr Eveline, Holland, 5M m staves. Schr E. U. Beck. Hack Lake, 100 m lumber. Schr 11. E. Hussey, MonUtiaue, 1M) m lumber. Sihr G. Ellen, White Schr Ablgael. Green Bay, 65 tn lamber, SOO m shlmgles and 223 m lath. Schr Coren of the West, Eicauaba, 110 m lumber and HO m lath. Echr Dolphin, Uuskcgon, 100 m lamber, CLEARED November 22. prop Truesdell, Grand Haven, sundries. Prop Bradbury, Buflaio, 12,100 5n wheat and sundries. Prop Congress, Buffalo, ll.soo bu corn and sundries. J*rop B. F. Wade. Port Uurm, sundries. Bark Excelsior, Buffalo, SS£OO uu oats. Bark Chicago Board of Trad t Buffalo. 23,000 bn corn. Park It vl Raweon. Buffalo, 26,300 bu oats. Brig sam Hale, Pentwater. Schr Quickstep, Saginaw, 8,700 bu oats. memoranda* Ok tux Riter.— Business was slack on the river to-day, and quite a number of tugs for a creator portion of the time lay tied up at the docks. The arrivals for the past forty-eight hours have been exceedingly light, and but few clearances arc noted. The propeller Bruno departed Wed nesday afternoon for Montreal, and will laynp for the season on arriving at that port. Quite a number of Canadian vessels have gone into win ter quarters at this port, with tho intention of be ing converted Into American bottoms. Stocks ▲ Leak.—The schooneril. 0. Spalding, with a cargo of wheat, struck a rock in Niagara lUver several days since, and sprung a leak. She was taken to Buffalo for repairs. Akotber Kew Vessel.— The Milwaukee Stn fine/ says: “Ellsworth & Davidson have contract ed to build a vessel daring tbe coming winter for Captain Gaillard, Mr. Swinburne and a third par ty, owners oi the scow Monitor. The new vessel is to have 100 feet length of keel, 24 feet breadth of beam, and 6 feet depth of hold. She will re ceive the the spars and rigging of the schooner Kelpie* which was wrecked at Muskegon a year ago. Quick Trip.—The bark Invincible, Captain Bateman, arrived at Buffalo on Tuesday, having made the round trip from the latter port to Mil waukee in fourteen days and twelve hours. Vessels Passcsg tux Welland Canal.— Bound Eastward on the 19th—Brig William Lewis: schooners Walbrldge, Maize, Onward, Selkirk, Claylon Belle. Bound Westward on the 17th— Schooner L. B. Sheppard. Pont or Bctpaio —The following arrived on the 20th instant: Propeller Mohawk; barks Mary N unlit, Great West No. 2, and schooner Sooth* west. The following cleared the same da;: Pro* pellcr Oneida; bark Monitor; brig Northwest, and schooner Kate Richmond. BAILEOAD TIME TABLE* CH3CISO AHD KOStWWCSTXBM—OSPOT 002, W 291 WATxa aKosiNzn. Deparr. Arrive, •9:00 a. m. *&3O p. m. *4:30 p. m. *5:45 a. m. •5:40 p. m. *3j:jO p. m, •100 p, m. *9:00 a. n. Day Express - Night Express • ••• .Taiicsvllle AccommodTi. Woodstock Accom'd’n.. - QAS.ZKA DITISIOJf. Fulton and Cedar Bapida *&ls a. m. 7:10 p. m. Fulton and lowa. 79:15 p.m. C;00a. m. Freeport and Dnnleitb.. *9:00 a. m. 100 a. m. Freeport and Dnnleitb.. *10:00 p.m. &40 p. m. Rockford and Fox River. *i:oop.m. 11:10 a.m. Dixon *4:00 p. m. 11:10 a. m. Geneva and Elgin * 6:»0p. xn« 8:15 a.m. ICILWACXSB Dmsjo.l. •ftOO a. m. *3:80 p. m. •4:30 p. m. *11:00 a. m. 11:45 p. m. &30 a. m. 5:00 p. m. a. m. 6:00 p.m. 8:40 9. m. Express. Express Sight Accommodation. Kenosha Accomtnod'n... Waokecan Accommod*n. Koeehifl, Calvary, and Evanston •Snndavs excepted, jilondayf excepted. anCHIOAN CENTBAL RAIIEOAP—DXPOT, TOO? 1:30 p.m. 3:50 p.m tsaiurtayß excep*e<L Moraine Express *5:00 a. o. *8 4o p. m. Day Express *7:ooa.n. *itdK)p. m. Evening Express J5:30p.m4*12: fcp. m. Night Express **fc«p.m. CINCINNATI AND LOUISVILLE TSAIN*. Moraine Express *7:no».m. *1(1:30 p.m. Night Express 16:45 p. m. *11:00 p. m. men 10 AN SOUTH KHN AND ASXSQOSt LINE—DI. TOT COBNEB HAEBISON AND SBNRXAH BTUEXTS. TOLEDO LINE. Mail *4:45a.m, *8:55 p.m. Day Express *7:00 a. m. *11:00 p. m New York Express S: sp.m. t12:30p. m Night Express t*l0:00p. m. *6:00 a. m •4;45*a-m. t&OO o. m. {10:00 p.m. *S'm p. m. Mall SiphtErprt»fi, rirrsßUßsa, ioat wains asi* ceiuaqo. Mail 4:20 ft. m. 6:00 ft. xl. Express 7:00 a. ra. »30a.m. PastUne 3:15 p.m. 7:40 p.n Express 10:00 o.m. 11:00 p. a r nmnn mufuif.. Day Passenger..... •stoojun* •ftOOp.m. Night Passenger JIO:CS p. ra. m- KMikakoe Accommod'n. *4:45 p.m. Hyde Park Train *fclOi-in. \T « « *12:10 p. m. *1:50 p. a. « ♦» « .... *3:30 p.m. *4:30 p. n. “ p- m. *7:15 p.m Chicago. ErtiLcietos A3n> Qvtsm. Day FiFrwa and Mail.. * *iM)p. ». Sight Express *lS,COp.m. *v.soa. m. McndolaAccommod’n... * *3;4oa. m. Aurora *3:00 p. m. *o:iQ a. ra. Chicago axd ar.iona. •_ fcOO 8. IX &4J p. m. WJSp.m. B.x. Exp re** and Mail Night Express.., JoHei and WUmlnston Accommodation... ... 9:35 a.s- CBICA6O AXD 6 HEAT BABTEBN—*(LAXX CQi CUTS ATI AIB LUrt)—MILWACKM atn.untn DXPO7, COB. CAJf A 1 AJID BWa* BTRXBT6. „ Da» Express 7:00 «- P* m - Nirbt Express 7:00 p- a. 10:50 p. m. toI nfniAJCAPOua, unmui and Cincinnati. Day Express 7afla.n. 9=«P-ni Nipht Express p- m. 1ir.50 a. re. Coimnlms Express 1:00 a* in- P- m »» « 7:00 p. n. 10i50 a. to. CinrtnnatlExpree««.... 5:00p. m. Lansing Accommodation 9:55 a- a. u;OJ a. m. « &15p.n E:uo d^il. CHICAGO, BOCK ISTAKB AHD PACITIC &AXLBOAS. Day Express and Ma 11... *lcooa.m •t:SO p.m- Nlchi Express S;00p. ta. *5:45 a-tn. Jouet Accommodation.. 4:45 pm *ftso a- m- Express Freight, with passenger ca. - attached. <rtll leavepsspencer.cepoi every .Saturday at S;!C p. m. for the-Wes'l. TbeJolirt Accommodation eotmnct* with Bx press Freight for Way Stations. •Sunday excepted. tMonday excepted, tSatorday excepted. TOIOS STOCK TABD TIBS TABLE. Leave iladiaoo Street. Leave Stock Tarda. 6:30 a. m. 7:10 a. m. 8:30 4. m. 9:10..; a. ra. 10:00. a. m. 11:30 a.m. .p. m. .p. m. 9:35 a. m. . 11:45 a. in. I jfenO p. a. I R:ls T o. ro, euyoAXi ...a. m. | ...a. ra. I ...p. m. ' . .p. m. yijmiology. T W. STRONG, the Phrenologist* fj • I? still located at OO MOMIOE-ST., 2* car the Post Office, and mates examination* day and eTMinff. ■VcrbaldetcnoUon.fl.oOs written. $3.0). ;y Detcrlttions given irom good portrait*. ffijaantch agents. WANTED FOR THE Gold Medal Sewing Machines In every CUT and County in the Union. The least cot&vUcatedbxv'thteadMachlnetntheTrotld. Add rear A. K. JOHKBON A CO n 334 WaeUsstoa-it., Boston Uses. Special Notices. Dr. James, Dr. Jamas, formerly ot James' Lock Hospital, Ntw Dries ru, and lor the last six years, cf Chicago, the moitsmceS'fa] aul experienced Specialist of the age. In the treatment of Secret Diseases, can be consulted at Ila Office and parlors, 03 Bandolph-SL, Chicago, nearly opposite his o'd office, npon the treatment ot Chronic, Mercurial, Syphilitic, Blood and gun Dis ease*, and all diseases of a contagious venereal charac ter.' Sptnaatorrhes. caned by sexual excess, self abuse, &c n treated Infallibly, and fall mental phy?-. leal vigor restored. Dr.Jameslsendorscdbythemed teal profusion ton tbe press or the country. Tbe following is Irom the Quincy Whig and Republi can ot 2Ht September, istfi; “The advertisement of Dr. James, ot Chicago, will ü be found on onrfirst pacc,explalntrg tbecl-caxa M which he claims to treat anccesatiLy. We hare ae> cr M made a practice ot puffing or commending physicians **ct * specially’ notoriety, xor the reason mat moat of *• them are uneducated qnack>, who get bold of some “ poisonous recipe, arid delate the unsuspecting Into ** the belief that they have been mated for tbesalva u tlon of mankind. Dr. James does not belong to this “catecorv. We hive many testimonial* going to show “the gkllluitess and success oi Dr.Jas.cs is treating “ there diseases Indicated." THE MONITOR, by Dr. James, has Justbeen Issued, revised. Improved and. greatly enlarged. Costzsts or Book : History, origin, nature and danger ol secret Diseases, bow avoided, with directions and prescrip tion* for sell treatment. An Important feature of the hook Is a treatise upon female diseases, their remedies, ftc. Price of book *0 cents, with lour cents fbr post age. Address Dr. James, P.0.80x 696, Chicago. Dr. James can be consulted at his rooms, 93 Ban dolph-st., Item 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., upon the diseases he makes It a speciality to treat. .13 «lß*c .J3>»©l3 C .u wii;<c .lOVaUHC*»liXC Dr. Bigelow, Having the confidence ot the pnffilc and the medical faculty at large, is the most reliable physician in the city for chronic nervous and fextul diseases. Call at hts office, 179 South Clark-aU. corner of Monroe. Rooms separate. Consultation nee. P. O. Box 134. His guide to health, published monthly, sent free to any address. •15*»15K .uttaug iuSSiix “A Valuable medicine. “Dr. Poland’s White Pine Compound, advertised in our columns, la a successful attempt to combine acd apply the medicinal virtues of the White Pine Bark. It has been thoroughly tested by people in this clt f and vicinity, acd the proprietor has testimonials of its value from persons well known to our citizens. We recommend its trial In all those cases of disease to which It la adapted. It is fbr sale by all our drag gists."—(N. T. Independent. Tbe Great New England Remedy 1 Dr. J. W. Poland’s WHITE PINE COMPOUND U new offered to the af flicted throughout the country, after having been proved by tbe test of eleven years In the New*England States, where Its merits have become as well know n as the tree C i on which. In part. It derives its virtue. The White Pine Compound cures Sore Throat, Goldr, Coughs, Diphtheria, Bronchitis, Spitting of Blood, and Pulmonary Affections gercral y. It Is a remarkable remedy for Kidney Complaints, Diabetes, Difficulty ol Voiding Urine, Bleeding from the Kidneys and Diad der, Gravel and other complaints. Fur Piles and Scur vy it will be found very valuable. Give it a trial If yon would learn the value of a good and tried medicine. It Is pica-act, sale and sure. Sold by Druggists and Dealers in Meoiclnes gene rally. .11.3531.50 . 1.9001.15 .. 830 90 ~ 850 75 8531.00 .. 250 30 .. 210 25 .. 100 23 Prepared OU of Palm and Slacct For preserving, restoring and beauUlylng the hair, and is the roost delightful and wondertnl article the world ever produced. Ladles will And It not only a certain remedy to re store, darken and beautify the halibut also a desirable article for the Toilet, as It U highly perfum'd with a rich and delicate perfume, independent of the fragrant odor of the Oils of Palm and Mace. .Ton Mauve, or Wsc-A no w land ’.beautiful per- (tune, which. In delicacy of scent hod the tenacity with which It clings to the handkerchief and person. 13 une qualled. The above articles fi>r sale by all Druggists and Per fumers, at fi per bottle each. Sent by express to asy address by the proprietors, T. W. WRIGHT & CO., 100 Liberty-su, Kew York. nortctler’s Celebrated SlomncU Bitters. ■prvn e. d. e. n. soctnwoimrs letteb. PEOSPECT COTTAQX, GEOBU BTOW3. D. Cn i Arril 2d, 1&«. J Mcesfs. Hostetler * Smith: Gentlemen—lt civce me pluo. :rc to add my testimo nial to those of others in favor of yonr excellent prepa ration. several yean 01 residence on the banks of a Southern nver, and of close application to literary work, had co thoroughly exhausted my nervous system and undermined my health, that I bad oecooie a mar tyr to dyspepsia and nervous headache, recurring at snort Intervals, and deftltg all Known remedies In (he Materia Mcdlca. I had come to the conclusion that nothing but a total change of residence and pursuits would restore my health, when a friend recommended Hostetler's Bitten. 1 procured a bottle as an experi ment: it required bat one buttle to convince mo that 1 had found at last the right combination of remedies. The rellent afforded me has been complete. It U now some vears since I first tried Uostettcr's Bitters, and uiv.'iaiooiuvc i wnnuv. uv.*v.m . witt.iw, .a. It Is but Just to say that 1 have found tie preparation ail that It claims to oe. It Is a Standard Family Cor dial with w, and even as a stimulant we ilteltoetier than anvthlng else; but we use it In all nervous, bll liousand nyepeptlc cases, from fever down to tooth ache. Ifwnatlbavenow said will lead any dyspeptic nr nervous invalid to a sure remedy, 1 shall hare dose some good. I remain, gentlemen, respectfully yonm, e.d.e.n.sOuthworth. ITlarrlase and Celibacy An Essay of Warning and Instruction fbr Toting Men. Alm>, Diseases and Abases which prostrate the vital powers, with sure means of relict Sent free of charge in scaled letter envelopes. Address Dr. J. SKILL IN UOPGHTON, Howard Association. Philadelphia, Pa. The Gorham Ranafaclorlns Company) Silversmiths, of Providence, B. I„ Inform the trade that thty are producing fine Electro-plated Goods, com prising toll Dimer ana lea Services nod Table Ware of every description, of a very superior quality and ot new and elegant designs. The base ,1s Nickel Stiver, upon which is a deposit ot Pure Silver ol snefa thick ness that they possess all the advantages ol solid stiver in utility, and from beauty ol design and superior fin ish arc undistlneulshable from It, The Gorham Manufacturing Company refer with con fidence to the high reputation they nave eetabil-hed In the production of Solid Silver ware, In which they have been for many years engaged, and they now as sure the public that they will fully sustain tnat reputa tion by the production of Electro-placed Wares of such quality and extreme durability as win insure entire satisfaction to the purchaser. All articles made by them are stamped thus: fgSSSWiWCtg And all such are faiiy cnarantoed. They ted tt neces eaiy particularly to call Ibo attention oi purchasers to the aoove trade-mark, as their designs nave been al ready extensively imitated. These goods can only be procured from responsible dealers throughout the conn try. Dr. BorroneliSt 173 Wells-st, corner of Monroe, Chicago, 111., devotes bis attention to the treatment of secret diseases, Syphilis In all its varied forms, Qoncrrhcea, Gleet, Stricture, Seminal Weakness, Pains In Joints, Affec tions ol the Kidneys, Disease ot the Head, Throat and Skin, and all those afflictions Irom a secret habit of youth which produce constitutional debility, render marriage impossible, and In the end destroy both body and mind. Iwo east to Lad ns.—Female complaints treated wlthcreatsucccss. Dr. B.’s Periodical Drops will bring on the courses in cases of obstructions from any cause. Patients treated by letter. Address 173 Wells-st . 'Soar Destiny* Whatlslt? Good or evil? Bleb or poor? Are you to rise to eminence, honor, wealth and power, or are yon to sink Into obscurity and be unknown? “To be or not to be, that's the question.” AU this, and yonr future prospects in tile, can be clearly revealed by Dr. RAPHAEL. He can win lor you the affections of the opposite sex. He guides yon to wealth, eminence and a nappy marriage, lie guides yon to health, even when von are given up. as incurable, by others. Call atlilSEastModLion-st* between wells and Franklin (up stairs), Chicago. Consultation fee. One Dollar. Dr. Thomson. Proprietor of the Medical and Surgical Institute, 17S Santb Clark-it- has treated all forms of venereal dis ease with unprccentcd success fir nearly lorty years, spermatorrheta and impotence treated with the hap piest leeolts. particulars of the Institute and the Guide mailed free to any address. P. O. Box 72, Chi cago, 111. Batcbelor’a Hal? D?*j The Beat in the World! Uarmlee*, reliable, instanta neous. The only perfect Dye! No disappointment—-no rtdlculoua tint*. Signed. Wriiii* A. Batchelor New Fork. AUO. REGENERATES Q EXTRA* TT OF MILLS FLEURS—restores, preserves and beautifies the hair. Sold ET all DmgTUta. jegalg-lT^ ißteccllancous. (JAKE KOTICE! ELLA EATTEAY BHXLEE, Having left my bed and board without provocation, I hereby canity that 1 will not pay any bills contracted by her from date of this notice; also, bills of board, schooling, dressmaking, and ether bills contracted by her before marriage, I positively lefuso to pay from tttls date. D. C. BUTLER. "VTOTICE TO grain dealers. JN lam now manufacturing a large fanning jniiii, Solfrd for warehouse men and grain buyers. Price, complete to belt, fn fofo.(50; to ran by power and hand combined, (delivered to caw.) Fern, IU„ Oct. as. 1566 E. LEAVITT. VESSEL OWNERS AND CAPTAINS OF VESSELS will take notice that 4*ooo Cords of Choice Hard Wood* Beech sod Maple, are ready for Bale at Llntz Fief, nine mile* north of Sheboygan, Wisconsin. There are 11 leet ot water at the pier. HEMIT GBIMM. LletsPier. Oct. 53- 13M. Cusiness craws. TT UNDERWOOD, * COMMISSION MERCHANT. Particular attention given to the purchase and sale of Fork, BeeC Lard. Tallow, Grain, Flour, __ , . _ Advances made on consignments tor sale here. Bos ten, Net* York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and St, Louis, produce held on margins. In store and for sale, in any quantities--Beel, Fork. Hams, Bacon. Floor, Ac., Ac. „ Office, 131 Dearboru st. Store, S 3 Uadlson-tt, corner of Madison and Dearbom-sU- Chicago. Retera to Cnlon National Bank, Chicago; Cashier Shawmut Rank. Boston; Crocker, Wood & Co., New York; S. A. LewlMEsq-.Philadelphia. pOMMIfcSION HOUSE OP REDMOND «*5 CO., _ (Successors to J. JL REDMOND ft SON, Chicago. IB.) Quick sales, prompt returns and tail lafonnatlon as to markets. Sell on conaimmetL Grain. Pressed Hogs, Flour, Seeds, provisions and Prodace. Corres pondence solicited. *P QEbT, BATTEN & CO, Wholesale Commission Merchants, Wo. 60 aioGaa-stn PetweenFarifWi^tj-^^^DEh^EtL^OLOI^DO. STo packers JMFOKTANT TO BEEF. AMD POBK PACKEHS. Having purchased N. D. Martin’s Patent tor an “ IM PROVEMENT IN CUBING FLESH FOB FOOD," 1 am now rre pared to introduce it to tbe trade. An ex amltatlonwtl. satisfy the meet skeptical that meats can be cured by this prows, in any kina ot weather, CU BARER, QUICKER and BETTER than la any other way. BarrelTork ready for use In two days. Hama, Shoulders and Sides in seven to tea days. In midsum mer. For Information, address W. C. ALBERGER. Bulfalo, N. Y. fCopy.l Buffalo, August 23d, 1366. After a careful personal examination ol the Plan of curing meat by Marsh’s Pr ;c«ss, as practiced by Messrs. J. L. Albcreer ft Co.. at their and be lieving the process to becorreetin principle, acd that It will operate so successfully In nunmer caring as to revolutionize that t recti of business 1 have no hesita tion In recommending It to those wh» intend to Karry on that trade. EZRA TAYLOR, Provision lusptbtor.Chlcago Board of Iradeand Pack ers’ Association. vfos-3p .p. m. .p. in. .p. m. palmist. TEST RETURNED FROM EUROPE. #1 THE CELEBRATED GIPSY WOMAN. if yon wfrb to know all tbe secrets cf your pa*t and future Ufo. tbe knowlnUe of which may save yoayeais eftortowand care, don’t fall to consult the above named Palmist. rjr - Residence37o South Clark-st., between Harri son ard P»'lk-ata , Notice to 2Tai pagers; ■\TOTICE.—To the Tax Payers of the 1\ City of Chicago: - _ the purpose of giving the working classes and tbe mechanic* an opportunuy to pav ih- fr City Taxes, and i-ave their I shall Keep my Omee ouen during tbe dinner boors. My otQce hoars will be, on and after MONDAY, November 191 b, 1366,fr0m 10 o’clock a. m. to 3 O’clock P.rn. A. H. UEALD, " MH City Collector. ®tif)unc’s 13cospertus. leer Prospectus isbt CHICAGO TRIBUNE. DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY EDITIONS, DEVOTED TO NEWS, COMMERCE, POLITICS, Agriculture, Manufactures, Literature and Science, THE BEST HEWSPAPEB, THE BEST POLITICAL PAPER, THE BEST COMMERCIAL PAPER, THE MOST VALUABLE FAMILY PAPER, THE LABG EST PAPER EV THE NORTHWEST. It Publishes More Telegraphic News, better Market Reports, more Interesting News, and a Greater Variety of Reliable and Useful Information than any other . Paper in America. The Chicago Tnmrxr, now approaching Its twenty-first year, is rccosnlzcd as the leading organ and ex ponent ol the giear, patriotic, dominant Republican party of the Northwest. The Tsnscss is no ephemeral concern of doubtful duration, bat a permanently established tns'ltutlon, known and respected throughout the United States. 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And no scheme ol reconstruction win prove satisfactory or enduring that denies equal dvll and political rights and prlvllfces to any class of loyal citizens. Ko Democrat can oppose impartial suffrage asd equal rights with out shamelhl Inconsistency and stultification. And the South can never bo truly tree, prosperous or happy until all Us citizens are recognized os equal before the law, and equal In making the laws, which they mast obey, regardless of color or position. The Chicago Tnrorw* slcccre’y believes la the principles of the Declaration ol Independence, and Is there lore vamcaL in Us aims, impulses and endeavors, and Is confident ot witnessing, at an early day. the accept ance and adoption ot the benellcenl doctrines of Republicanism In every section and subdivision of oar con mon country. 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Architects are Invited to prepare plans and specifica tions, and estimates of cost, lor new fire-proof hand ings for the War Department, on the site now occupied by'the War Department and adjacent vacant groanaln Washington. D. C. . . . The hull dines required should have a superficial area as large as the site selected will admltot, Photographs of site, and all other inlormatlon relating to the sub ject, will be famished to Architects desiring to com pete for the work, upon application, personally or by letter, to the nndcmrncd. A premium of 13.000 for the first, ot *2,003 far the second, and of fI.COO for the third most acceptable plans and specifications received, will be awarded, upon the approval of the Hon. Secretary ot War. hy the Board ot Officers charged with the duty of select ing a site and preparing plans and specifications for the buildings of the War Department under act ol Con gress approval July 28. isaifi. , _ The Plana and ep< durations must ho scat to the office ot ptevet Lieutenant Colonel T. J-Treadweil, Recor der cf the Board, Ordnance office, Winder’s Deluding, Washington, D.C„ on or before the Ist day ol February, : The Board will reserve the right to reject atv or all i plans submitted, i-hooid none be deemed suitable far the porpoee, as well as to retain any or all of such P By*ordcr of the Board. T. J. TREADWELL,. BtU Lieut. Col., U. S. A.. Recorder. PROPOSALS. —Burl. & Ho. Riv. R. R. Proposals for the grading, bridging, tleing, and the laving ot track of 66 miles ot the Darlington A Missouri fQver Railroad, west from Caarlton, will be received by me. from thoXSth till theSQthlrst- Profiler, plans and specifications can be inspected daring that toe .. M office, u „ a^eer. Berlin gton. Tow a, N ov. 1.156 C. * Proposals for sewerage BBTCR*' Sealcdnroposals will be received by theß-iard of Public Works, at their office, until U a. a. Thursday* November ath. fir one hundred and slxty-ono thous and Sewerage Bricks. The brick* will be delivered plied np alone tfus lines of the Sewer* to be constructed lo tnts city, subject to the count and inspection of the Board of Public works, and must be whole, hard burned, free from Ume, peb bles and bats, square edged, and of the standard dimen sions (Brtx3H Inches-) , The foil number of bricks will be required to be de livered on or before January Ut,lS67. Proposals most be addressed to the Board of Public Workf, endorsed “proposal tor sew erase Bricks,” and be accompanied with the usual I2CO band, with sure ties, to be approved by the Beard- The Board reserve the right to rejoct any hid not in accordance with the conations of this advertisement, or to reject an bids, and no proposal win be acopted unless the party offering it sna!) give evidence saUstsc torr to the Board be has the necessary ■wti, experience, energy and ability fordoing the work, is trustworthy, and has sufficient ycanlaT^r^onrces. FRED. LETzT 2 ’ O. ,T. ROSE. nca-lOt Beard of Public works. Hegal. TXTHEREAS, Samuel J. Walker, ol tlie VV city cf Covington. State ot Kentucky, by hu mortgage deed, dated tbe first day of May, A. D., IS6L and recorded In the Recorder's otfieo ot the County of Coot, and State ol Illinois, in Book 84 of Mortgages, at canSll* conveyed to the onderstcred. Phebe fl. Weisa ol Peoria, and State of Illinois, the following desertbet real estate, to-wit: Fan of the northeast Quarter of seo- Hon six (&) tn townshiplhlrtj-eight C 23.) north cf rasxt fourteen OP east of the third principal meridian, da scribed as tallows: commencing the - northeast cot ner of the northeact quarter ol sMd sectloo thence south along the east tine of <aid quarter aeeuot one hundred and sixty C1&0 rods to the south tins a said quarter section: thence vest along said sooth Uni fifty <so>rods; thence north on e line parallel with thf east line ot said quarter section oue bandied and 3lxtj (ICO) reds, to tbe north line cf said quarter section, thence east along said north line to the place of begin tOng—containing (50)*acres. Said norttaqe deed hap tnz'been given and made tor the purpose ol securtoi the payment of three certain promissory notes, of saint date as aaid mortgage deed, for the samol twenty eight hundred and ihrty-three and Sltf-iCC dollars ($2,55353)(.) each teannglnter-at at tbe rate ol six pe cent per annum from date, and payable in one, two ase three years, respectively, from date. Whereas, delimit having been made In Ice payment a said note one tn one year from date, ta wits on the Ist day of May, IV6; therefore, notice 13 hereby alvei that 1, under and bf virtue or the power vested in n-. hv said mortgage deed, have elected to declare all a said promissory notes now due and payable, togethe with the Interest thereon, and that L by mygtll. ages* or attorney, will sell the above described premises, at public auction, at the Court House doer. In the city o: Chicago, County cf Cook, for the purpose el paring al at said promissory notes and interest, on Monday, thi third day of December, A. D„ 196*. at ten o’clock a. nu ol said day. PHEBE E. WEISS, Mortgages. ysEWp-fu-ex ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE, me General Transatlantic Company’s XI ATT. STEAMSHIPS BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HAVRE, CALLING AT BREST. The splendid new vessels ot this favorite routs for the continent will sail from Pier No. 30, North Hirer, as follows: VTLLE DE PARIS. .Sonaont... .Saturday, Oct. S. EUROPE Lamane.... Saturday, Oct. 30. gT. LAURENT Bocandt. ...November 3d. PRREIRE Duchene.-..November 17. PRICE OF PASSAGE IN GOLD. First Cabin, $135; Second Cabin, (30, including tablfl wine In cither class. . The steamer* ot this line do not carry steerage p» eengcra. Passengers Intending to land at BREST will be fur nished with railroad coupon tickets, and their baggage checked to Parti, ataa additional charge cfP foe first and 93 for seated class.’' Medical attendancetrce of charge. _ For further Information, ipolr. In Chicago, at the FRENCHTOK6ULATE OFFICE, 933 IlllnolML; to New- York, tcrQEO.'MACRENZLK, Agent, 3S Broad way.: OF 1 the N OF THE TRIBUNE EMBRACE, 3lh— FULL REPORTS OF MEETINGS, whether PO» litlcal. Religious, Agricultural, Educational or" Miscellaneous. 6th—PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS and State Leg islatures, Important Speeches and Documents. Tth—COMPLETE MARKET REPORTS, embracing every article the tanner or dealer can expect to fled quoted in a Newspaper. The TRIBUNE has achieved and maintained the highest repu tation as a Commercial Paper. Sth—CAREFULLT PREPARED AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL ARTICLES, by “Rural," and other able writers on the Farm and Garden. 9th—POETRY. TALES, ANECDOTES, and Interest ing Miscellany. TRIBUNE GO., Chicago, HI. (gitg Notices.- AN ORDINANCE to authorize Thom as. Wilcox A Co. to lay down and operate a rail road track on Bates street. Be ft or dained by the Common Council qf the Ciiy Qf Chteoyo; SxcnoJtl. That permission is hereby granted to B. W. Thomas. E. P. Wilcox and A- B. Wilcox, composing the firm of Thomas, Wilcox St Co„ to lay down end operate a railroad track tor and during the term of fire years, commencing at a point os Bates street opposite the centre of an alley running north and south, between Holden and Dodge streets, and thence west on the north side cl sold Bates street to a point where fho same will connect with the railway tracks on Railroad avenue. Sec. 3. Bald railroad track shall be laid dov.n In the manner and as the Board of Public Works of said city shall direct. Sec. 3. said railroad track shall only hi us 3d and ope rated for the purpose of enabling said Thomas, Wilcox & Co. carrying on their legitimate business. Sec. 4. This grant Is made on the express condldoa that the said Thomas, Wilcox & Co. wl:i, at th? expira tion of said term of five years, (unless otherwise order ed by the Common Cornell,) take np said track and leave the street In as good condition as when the same was laid down. sec. 5. The raid Thomas, WUcox & Co. shall be sub ject to all general ordinances now existing, or that may hereafter he passed, concerting railroads. Sec. 6. This ordinance sha I be subject to itnen'lmcnti modification or appeal at any and all times. Sec. T. This ordinance shall lake effect and be Iniorca from and alter its passage. . „ passed. Nor. ll 1566. Approved, her. IX t? 6». Z - -u,. yy Ac; iug Maror. Attest: A. H. BOPMaw, City Clerk. coa>6t T>ROPOSALS FOR FILLING NORTH I MARKET STREET, FROM ERIE STREET TQ Boated o? Ptm« t CmcAQO. November is, isw. i Sealed Proposal? will be received by the Board of Public Works, their office. until 11 Monday, Nov. aoji, lor aiiluewith ciay North Market street, from the scuth line of Erie street to the snutb line of Division stmt, according to plana sad speciflcatloo* on file at Mid office. , . .. , gald Improvement -win tw paid for as toe war«. pro gress es, with the osoal reservation of flftcen (L>) per C ?repcf&l* mast he addressed to the Board of Public Works, endorsed “ Proposal tot Fmine North Market street,” and he accompanied with tte osoal siO bond, with sureties, to he approved hr the hoard. The Board reserve the right to reject any bid not la accordance with the conditions of iMaadrertisement or to reject an bids, and no proposal will be accepted unless the party offering It shall give erldeacesatlaCiC' ton" to the Board that he has the necessary skill, expe rience, energy and ability tor doing the wort, u trust worthy, and has sufficient pecuniary FRED. LETZ, O. J. BOSE. Board of Public Works. 8015-10 t (Kobernmwt Sales. Auction sale op GOVERN MENT PROPERTY. ASSISTANT QrAETrSMASTKB’a OfTICB, I JgyyEEsosTnxs, Iso., November 11.1566. f On MONDAY. NOVEMBER 36» ISCS. commencing at 10 o’clock a; nr, will be sola at public auction, at Gov ernment Jeffersonville, Ind., tbe following named articles of Quartehiaster’s Stores, nz; IDO Army Wagons, 349 Stretcher chains, , JZ Ambulances, 291 Neck straps ana 1 Mnii nn<rh chains. It Carts 306 Choke straps, 756 Collars, assorted, 103 Sets lead harness, 1® Saddles, Ml sets wheel harness; IS2 Pair* Check lines, 23 Sets cart harness. Head Jialters, 43 covers, CSS Blind bridles, 45 Saddle blankets, 136 Riding bridles, n Stocks and dies. J 7 Log chains, 1 AnrU*, 119 Bearing chains. 8 Portable forges, S?i Pairs breast chains, 2 Chests car p e n tera S 3 Picks, tools, 105 Shovels, hi Axes ar.i bandies. Spades, 6Tb Pounds wr*t spikes, 121 Brass cocks, 431 Pounds Prax-ton blue, 1,2v2 Feet rubber hose and 910 Pounds horse shoe couplings, nails, 173 Feet hose, 40 pounds blade wax. It Printing presses, 19 Gro«? harness buckles, IDO Pounds metal type, 7,1>3 Pounds horse shoes, n.rJQ Founds Iron pipe, 6 Cooking ranges, 529 Pounds galvanized 72 Iron tanks, w’t iron pipe. S 3 Stoves, 167 Wagon boxing, 2 Cauldrons and stores, 150 hash wclehts. SDesta ToSSfnfffSW other TSAS'SrSSb**. coIond"A C a^^Tn^sD, E Dc^*tg. 3L. BrevetMajoracd A. WISE SEES AS THE Best Broom in the World. vt in ro catch-penny patent-but an economical, labor hateit. and men who "have an «■« ta advantage of this demand and «t rich? Money ccon-rh can be made !n two months by ”ySg two or three Counties, or’the ELASTIC.toat cnSr a winter’s plsv-jpell. 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