2 Kasım 1872 Tarihli Chicago Daily Tribune Dergisi Sayfa 1

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VOLUME 26. SILVER WARE, WEDDING PRESENTS, ETC. GORHAM’S mm in mm run % Every variety of useful and ornamental Sterling: Silver Ware, put up in rich. Eusaia Cjeatner and Satin Cases, made expressly lor us, comprising an endless variety of Tea Sets, *UTTi8 r Fruit, Berry and Cake Stands, Knives, Spoons, &c„ just opening at our new Siore, 266 eSs 268 ‘^T^T’^/toga.sHLa.-ga.vT'. Special Attractions in way of Beautiful and Appropriate WEDDING PRESENTS. GEES, BRO. INSURANCE. mm Lancashire INSURANCE CO., OF MANCHESTER. ENGLAND. ASSETS, $3,861,173.88 TOTAL LIAEiiMES. (inclnfl w RemsiL'ance M), - m ASSETS, This Compiny having commenced “business in Ilinois, we are now pre pared to issui Policies on desirable risks in Chieggo and vicinity. Policies are written by the under signed, to whom application should be nude. iw.iom&co., I -A-O-ZEUSTTS, 142 LaSalle-st. Republic Insurance Certificates. WS. baja limited amount, JAMES B. STOREY, M and g(LaSalle-st., Boom 23* HATS AND FURS. ZE^CJIRfSI mm k go. Fur Manufacturers. We show the largest stock of SEAL SACQUES and PURE DARK FINE MINK, of our own manufacture, to be found in the West. 231 West Madison-st. H ATS! The Largest and Best Stock in the city. 231 West lafisn-st. - BISHOP & BAINES, AT THEIR NEW STORE, Corner State and Monroe-sts,, Have this day received the elegant Hew and Hobby Style of ALEIHE and ARCTIC FELT EAT, so much admired by the La dies of Hew Fork. They are worn by Ladies, Misses, and Children. Corner State and Monroe-sts. cun HATS. We make a Special Department for Child ren’s Goods, showing the largest and most complete assortment ever brought to this city. Stryker & Go., Tie Leafing Halters aai Furriers of tie West, 231 West Madison-st., 114 South Olark-st. BUSINESS CARDS. Geo. Foy & Co., WHOLESALE TOBACCONISTS, REMOVED TO NO. 25 SOUTH WATER-ST. THE LAW OFFICE OP Clarkson & Yan Sckaack Is now at their old location, 82 DearUorn-st. EE. H. TOMBOEKEN Begs leave to inform his patrons and friends that ho has returned from Enropo and resumed his medical practice at 62 Halsted-st., northeast corner of Madison, Room 25. Office hoars from W to 10 a. m. and 2 to 3 p. m. FINANCIAL. Loans nSTegotiatedl On real estate, in the city cr suburbs, at current rates. G. S. HUBBARD, Jr., 165 East Washington-st. MISCELLANEOUS. To Goal Consnmers. AH parties having Coal bought of me, end cot yet delivered, are requested to call and arrange for the delivery of the same at once, as X anticipate trouble in, delivering on. ac count of the horse disease making its appear ance in the city. HOBEET LAW. HORSE! HORSE! HORSE! For Horse Distemper use DR. BUTT’S EXCELSIOR iIEDIOINE. both internal and external. Sold by all iliagKien. iasSi fiiperbotUe, & COMPAIY. Dry Goods Jobbed at Popular prices, at tlie Casli aud short time House of HAMLIN, HALE AND COMPANY. Close buyers are informed that recent purchases hy Auction and otherwise of Long and Square Shawls, Flannels, Blankets, and Woollen Goods, together with the daily addi tions to other departments, makes our stock complete for large November sales. City Buyers and near hy trade will find our stock very attractive. Madison and Franklin-sts. 1,421,921.53 ■ $7,439,252.35 FOR SALE. int Mien On Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-An nual, or Annual Payments. I have a very excellent two-story and basement dwelling, nearlynew (finished within tae fast 20 months), for sale, with a small payment down, and the balance to suit the purchaser. THE LOT IS 30x133 FT, with neat iron fence, and park in front. TITLE PERFECT! The honse contains twelve good rooms, besides closets and pantries; all modern improvements; lake and cistern water, bath-rooms, hot and cold water, water closets, earth closets, speaking tubes, bells, first-class furnace, elegant chandeliers, etc. It has jpst been painted ana elegantly papered throughout, and is admired and ac knowledged by oil to be PIEST-CLASS EBT ALL EESPEOTS. Its location la most desirable, being a few hundred feet sooth of Douglas-place, and the same distance east of the entrance to tho Boulevard, on-Vernon-av., No. S9. Key to be found at No. 43 Vernon-av, Inquire of tho under signed, .at his own residence, 1281 lndiana-av., in the evening, or daring the day at tbs office of D. S. COV ERT, No. 57 State-st, 114 Soitl CM-st. CHICKERING DPIJLIETO AT REED’S Trail of isle, 81 SIXTEENTH-ST. twice as many CHICKERING PIANOS in use as any other make. PIANOS, OfDECKEB BEOS., Wew York, and other first-class manufacturers. Store aid Warelionse, 455 WaM-ar. H. GLAUSSMUS & GO, General Agents for the State of Illinois. LARGE FOREST TREES. ”V7e are now prepared to transplant any quantity of For est Trees, and warrant them to grow thriftily. For the character of our work we refer to the big trees planted by os on AsIM-ai anfl in Lincoln Part Parties desiring trees transplanted during the coming er will please hand In their orders early, so we MT| prepare the ground before the frost seta in. NELSON & BENSON, 129 & 131 LaSalle-st„ tassment of Boone’s Block. FAIEBAHKS’ 11*1 STANDARD L! SCALES J&L of all sizes. MORSE SCO TSf 63 WEST WASHINGTON-ST. U. S. Standard Scales. Forsyth’s Scale Warehouse, S. DESPLAINES-ftT A Gooi Jewelry Bnsinoss For Sale. I will sell my business in Kankakee, HI.; cause, my health will not permit my carrying it on. I can show, to any one who will call on me, that it is as good a stand as can bo found in the State for the money invested. Any one wishing to apply must do it within fifteen days: will sell the entire stock and fixtures, or a part of the sleek. Address 1. 0. OyRIIS, ttoaiakec.. Id. DRY GOODS. REAL ESTATE. JOHN COVERT. MUSICAL. TREES. SCALES. BUSINESS CHANCES. STANDARD PUBLICATIONS. COBB, ARB&EWS & GO. Standard Works Fine Binding. We Invito the attention of book-buyers to a large collec tion, just received, of the best editions 0* Standard An* tbors, many of them of oar own importation, bound in half-calf, tree-calf, and morocco. MRS. JAMESON'S ABT WORKS, 6 vole, contain ing Sacrod and Legendary Art in 2 vols, History tory of Onr Lord in 2 vols. Legends of the Mo nastic Orders ini vol, and Legends of the Ma donna in 1 vol, beautifully bound in treo calf SBO.OO THE SAME, in half calf 60.00 THE WAVERLY NOVELS, the celebrated Edin burgh Edition, 48 vols, with a very large num ber of full-page and smaller engravings. The volumes ore small and convenient, and ore beautifully printed and bound in half calf 125.00 HISTORY OF ENGLAND, from the faU of Wool sey to the defeat of the Spanish Armada; by James Anthony Fronde, London edition, 8 vols, tree calf. 60.00 THE SAME WORK, the American edition, in 12 vols, half calf 36.00 HOOD'S OWN, or Laughter from year to year, be ing former runnings of his comic vein with an effusion of now blood for general circulation, in 3 vols., half calf 15.00 SCHILLER’S WORKS. London edition. 4 vols., half calf 12.00 GOETHE’S WORKS, London edition, 5 vols., half calf. 16.00 MBS. STRICKLAND’S LIVES OF THE QUEENS OF ENGLAND .London edition, with portraits, 6 vols., half calx. 34.00 BUSKIN’S WORKS, 17 vols.. half calf 69.00 MACAULAY’S WORKS, complete, including His tory of England, Essays and Poems, 8 large oo tavo vols., large print, half calf 60.00 KNIGHT’S HISTORY OF ENGLAND, fall of 11- lustrations, Bvols., half calf... 40.00 PLUTARCH’S LIVES, largo print edition, 5 vols., half calf. 25.00 PLUTARCH’S MORALS, 6 vols.. half calf 25.00 MOTLEY’S WORKS, in 7 vols.: Rise of the Dutch Republic 3 vols., and The Netherlands 4 vols., half calf 40.00 TAINE’S ENGLISH LITERATURE, English edition, 2 vols., half calf. 14.00 SHAKESPEARE, edited by Mary Cowden Clarke, London edition, 4 vols., tree calf 80.00 SHAKESPEARE, Staunton’s edition, 3 vols., tree calf 43.60 SHAKESPEARE, Valpy’s edition, 170 illustrations; 15 vols., half calf 40.00 HUGH MILLER'S WORKS, complete, IS vols., Edinburgh edition, half calf 45.50 THE SPECTATOR. 4v01a., half calf 13.00 D’ISRAELTS WORKS (Isaac) 9 vols., half calf.... 30.00 CHARLES LAMB’S WORKS, 5 vols., half calf.... 18.00 IRVING’S WORKS, Stmnyslde edition, 28 vols., half calf 113.001 COOPER’S WORKS, Riverside edition, 32 vols., half calf. 128.00 ALISON’S HISTORY OF EUROPE from the French Revolution in 1789 to the Restoration of the Bourbons in 1815, 8 vols., half calf 34.00 THE ILIAD OF HOMER, translated by William Cullen Bryant. 2 large octavo vols., n*lf calf.. 20.00 DANTE, translated by Longfellow, 3 largo octavo vols., half calf 80.00 GOETHE'S FAUST, translated by Bayard Taylor, 1 largo vol., half calf 10.00 BUSKIN’S MODERN PAINTER’S, 6 vols., half calf 27.00 BUSKIN’S STONES OF VENICE, 3 vols., half calf. 12.00 ABBOTT’S NAPOLEON, 2 vols., half calf. 16.00 ABBOTT’S FREDERICK THE GREAT, 1v01.., half calf : 7.50 CHARLES LAMB'S WORKS, 5 vols., half calf.... 18.00 THE HEAVENS, an illustrated Hand Book of Popular Astronomy, by Guiilemin. 7.50 MUMMSEN’S HISTORY OF ROME. 4 vols., half calf 16.00 RAWLINSON’S FIVE GREAT MONARCHIES. 8 vols., half calf 21.00 WOOD’S NATURAL HISTORY. 3 vols., half ca1f..... 28.50 NOCTES AMBROSIANiE. By John Wilson (Chris, topher North). Revised edition. 6 vols., half calf 31.00 WILSON’S TALES OF THE BORDER. 12 vols.. 80.00 BOSWELL’S LIFE OF DR. JOHNSON. 6 vols.. 13.00 INGOLDSBY LEGENDS. I vol.. half calf 4.00 THE DECAMERON OF BOCCACCIO. Half calf 3.00 BUCKLE’S HISTORY OF CIVILIZATON. 3 vols., half calf 10.00 MILL’S POLITICAL ECONOMY. 2 vols., half calf 10.00 WEBSTER’S WORKS. 6 vols., half calf 30.00 BULWER’S NOVELS. 20 vols., half calf, London edition 60.00 THACKERAY’S KOVELS. 6 vols., half calf 34.00 CHARLES DICKENS. All the standard editions in various styles of fine binding. COBB, ANDREWS & CO. have the largest stock of popular miscellane ous books kept in Chicago. HORSE DISEASE. THE HORSE DISEASE. The Veterinary Surgeons at the East assert that nothing so surely prevents the disease as the use of a good Deodo rizer. It is both cheap and effective. The best article of the kind ever offered in this markefcisprepared by Messrs. BELL, MANN, & CO., Perfumers, No. 330 Wabash-av. No. 77 SHTEENTH-sr., Oct. 30, 1873. Messrs. Bell, Matin <fc Co.: I have carefully examined your Disinfectant, and tested its qualities, and have no hesitancy in pronouncing it a good preventive of the horse disease, if liberally used. J. A. BOVET, Veterinary Surgeon. TO BENT. TO RENT. 55 STATE-ST,, Second Floor, ■with Steam Elevator. 57 STATE-ST., Easement, with or without Steam Power. Apply on the premises. J. W. MIDDLETON. 'T’O IFLESISTT. Second floor of 326 Wabash-av. Apply on the premises o CHACE & ABELL. WANTED, W-AHSTTIEID. The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, whose business is larger than that of any other in the world, want three or four of the best men in the city to represent the Company here as Agents and Solicitors. Apply at the office of the Northwestern Department, comer Dearborn and Washington-sts. NTW PUBLICATIONS. JEAN INGEEOW. OFF THE SEELLIGS, thefirstnovelfrom thopenof Jean Ingolow, the popu lar author of “The Songs of Seven,” will bo ready very shortly. One thick volume of 670 pages. Price, sl*76. Sent postpaid on receipt of the price by the Publishers, EGBERTS BROTHERS, Boston. MILLINERY. MES. E. J. HOPKINS’ assortment of first-class hats and bonnets Is nnnsnaliy large, and she will be pleased to soe all her customers this week at 427 Wabash-av. REMOVALS. 3ELSIMOVAX i. SUXTDPEXiXJT 1 Ss DB-A-Ijlj . Have removed their Law Office to Room 23, No. 156 Eaat Washington-st.. pear LaSalle. FOB SALE. Safe for Sale, Hall’s make, nearly new, double doors; list price, $325; price, S2OO. Can bo seen at W. A. Butters & Oo.*« £toro v CHICAGO, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1872. WASHINGTON. Another Stock-Jobbing Operation by the Treasury De partment. The $4,000,000 Issued in October to be Withdrawn from Circulation. Acquittal of Mrs. Lloyd, tlie Alleged Poisoner. Comfort for Dishonest Debtors. Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune, NOT GUILTY. Washington, Nov. I.—The celebrated Lees burg poisoning case, wherein Mrs. E. E. Lloyd was charged with causing the death of her daughter by poison, which has been on trial since the 23d ult., was brought to a close yesterday, the jury rendering a. verdict of not guilty, after an ab sence of twenty minutes. The State rested its case in the discovery of traces of arsenic in the stomach of the deceased, enough to have caused death in certain conditions of the system. The defence showed that bismuth had been administered as one of the regular pre scriptions to the deceased, and that chemical analysis showed the presence of arsenic as one of its principle ingredients. There is some feel ing among the chemical experts in relation to the different analyses of bismuth given in evi dence in the case, in which different results were obtained. Some testify to the presence of arsenic in bismuth; and others, that they failed to get it from their analysis. They will prob ably repeat their experience in analyzing bis muth to support their scientific reputations, and make them public. Considerable commotion is manifested by druggists and physicians, and the people generally, at the discovery of arsenic in bismuth, which will probably affect its use in medical practice. The public debt statement, issued to-day, shows an increase in the debt bearing no inter est to the extent of nearly $5,000,000. This is the amount added to the circulation under the right, which'the Secretary of the Treasury claims, to add $44,000,000 to the general volume, when ever he may think the exigency arises. arrived here to-day, and although he remained but a few hours, he was interviewed to the ex tent of a column by a truly loyal reporter. The Senator was fresh from his campaign in Virginia, and spoke freeley of his participation therein. He regretted that the Republicans had not com menced their campaign there earlier, as then the Administration would have secured the State. Now he was not so confident. However, he was positive that Grant and himself would secure the electoral vote of every Northern State, with possibly the exception of Nevada, and of North Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Missis sippi, South Carolina, Missouri, and Arkansas among the Southern States. The Commissioner of Education has requested the State and Local Superintendents of Educa tion. to aid him in ■ devising the best plans for the representation of the Ameri can system of ‘education at the Yienna Ex position. With this view, he has asked them to meet him in Washington on the 13th of No vember.' The Austrian officials in their com munication to General Yan Buren have been es pecially solicitous for a thorough and complete representation of the school system of this coun^ fay- COMFORT FOR DISHONEST DEBTORS. The Supreme Court of the District of Colum bia, to-day, decided that the Balance of the Dis trict officials cannot he attached for debt. The plaintiffs in the case were New York and the defendant Colonel Timothy Lihbey, the Water Registrar. A number of officials will en deavor to get off from paying their honest debts under the ruling of the Court. PERSONAL. The Rev. O. H. Tiffany, D.D., formerly a popular Methodist clergyman in Chicago, tbi« week enters upon his new Charge in this city. THE BUPBEHEj COUBT. ' The United States Subreme Court met on Monday, to hold an adjourned term. Chief Jus tice Chase, and Justices Clifford, Swayno, Mil ler, Field. Strong, and Bradley present. The Chief Justice bios taken to wearing a full beard, and appears tobejin greatly improved health. Justice Davis was. detained at home for two or three days, and Justice Nelson is not expected. The call of the docket was commenced at No. 175, Jenkins, assignee, &c,, vs. McClellan, which was submitted on printed briefs. No. 176. Meeker vs. Lee et al., was argued for the defendants in error by John &. Thompson, and taken under advisement. No. 177. Philpot et aL vs. Grandyko, was argued for the defendant in error by O. A. K. Hutchinson, and taken under advisement. These cases were all from the Northern Dis trict of Illinois. THE “sun” ON THE EXPANSION OF THE CUB- New Yoke, Nov. I.—The Sun says of Secreta ry BoutwelTs newly discovered secret expansion of legal-tender notes in circulation: ‘ 1 Rumors of this extraordinary action of the Secretary had been mere or less predicted, but these were gen erally discredited. Sober and intelligent citizens could not believe that an official of the Govern ment would thus take it upon bimßp-lf to tamper with the finances of the country, and secretly derange the natural course of business. We put out of sight the darker insinuations that the Secretary is in league with a ring of Wall street etock jobbers and acted for their. benefit. The mere fact that he should claim* and exercise the power of adding, when ever he pleases, millions of dollars to tne Na tional currency, and thereby inflating the prices of all kinds of property and commodities within the national domain, is of itself sufficiently sur prising, and proves clearly enough his unfitness to fill the place he occupies. Three times already has he yielded to the importunities of men in pecuniary difficulties, and issued little instalments of the $44,000,000, which he asserts is subject to his disposal, and it will take but a few repetitions of the act to draw out the whole.” [To the Associated Press.] Washington, Nov. I.—The following shows the condition of tho National debt to-day: Six per cent bonds $1,347,921,900 Five per cent bonds 414,567,300 Total coin bonds $1,762^89,200 Lawful money debt $ 19,708,000 Matured debt 5,483,980 Legal tender notes 360,652,816 Certificates of deposit 23,655,000 Fractional currency 42,316,788 Coin certificates 22,307,000 Total without interest $2,236,612,782 Total debt $2,276,828,101 Total interest $ 40,215,318 CASH m THE TREASURY. Coin $ 79,173,153 Currency. 12,233,687 Special deposit held for redemption of certificates of deposit, as provided by law 23,655,000 Total in Treasury $ 115,061,841 Debt less cash in Treasury $2^61,766,260 Decrease during the month $ 5,228,417 Bonds issued to Pacific Railroad Company—interest payable in lawful money: Principal outstanding $ 64,623,512 Interest accrued and not yet paid 1,292,470 Interest paid by United States $ 16,570,575 Interest repaid by transportation of moils 3,952,683 Balance of interest paid by United States.s 12,617,892 THE FRENCH TONNAGE DUES. In accordance with the President’s recent proclamation, with reference to the discriminat ing duties, the Collectors of Customs are in structed by the Secretary of the Treasury to as

sess and collect from and after date of the proclamation, namely, the 80th of October, the discriminating duty of 10 per centum ad valorem upon all inerchaiidisQ imported tkeif THE DEBT STATEMENT. BEXATOB WILSON EDUCATIONAL. BENCI* respective districts in French vessels from conn* tries other than France. The discriminating duty does not apply to Swiss goods imported in French vessels, Switzerland having no shipping port of her own, and goods destined for the United States via Havre, are considered as ex* ported within the meaning of the law, when they pass the frontier boundary between France and Switzerland. THREE PER CENTS TO BE REDEEMED. The Secretary of the Treasury has authorized the redemption of one million two hundred and fifty thousand three per cents, as follows : Five thousand, each number, 4,792 to 5,177, inclusive, and in ten thousands from number 4,766 to 4,800, inclusive, dated Oct. 16, 1863, and Nov. 7, 1868. Interest will cease Dec. 31,1872. Moat of the Cabinet officers and heads of Bu reaus in the Executive Departments will go to their respective States to vote fsr President. Secretary Belknap and Secretary Delano left to day ; Secretary fish and Judge Bichardson, As sistant Secretary of the Treasury, leave to-mor row.- Postmaster General Cresswell will remain in Washington, Secretary Bobeson in New Jer sey, and Secretary Bontwell in Massachusetts, until after the election. Owing to the great dis tance, Attorney General Williams did not go to his home in Oregon to vote. THE FOUB-amVTJON GREENBACK ISSUE TO BE WITH- DRAWN. New York, Nov. I.—A special from Washing ton says Acting Secretary Bichardson says to day, that the use of the $4,000,000 pf the green bank reserve was caused chiefly by the rapid re demption of the 3 per cent certificates during the last few months, of which there has been called in about's4o,oo0 t OOO, leaving only about $5,000,- 000 yet outstanding. It is the intention of the Secretary to reduce, within the next two weeks, the currency to the lowest limit authorized by law, viz.: $256,000,000, and this will, of course, necessitate the restoration of .the $4,000,000 of greenbacks issued last month to the reserve fund again. NEW YORK. Blow tlie Jury Hong on the Trial of Mayor Mali—Mrs* Greeley’s Funeral* Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune, New York, Not. I.—Some new facts have transpired in relation to the deliberations of the jury empanelled to try Mayor HalL After the jury men had discussed the evidence given for the prosecution, one of the members said the case was instituted to make capital for the Republi can party and the Committee of Seventy, and that Mr. Peckham and Mr. Tremain would be well paid for their services. Another juryman said that Mr. Tremain was trying to make his present efforts -in the trial a stepping-stone to Congress. This-' statement was denied by several jurymen, who denounced Mayor Hall as a member of Tammany, and party lines were soon drawn between the jury, which was seven Republicans and five Democrats. The Demo crats contended that no testimony had been given showing that Hall had a guilty knowledge of the frauds, and the Republican jurymen re plied that he was a member of the Ring, and ought to be punished. The political discussion lasted nearly all night and a part of this morn ing, with no prospect of an agreement. "When the jury came into court, the seven Republicans were in favor of a conviction, and the five Dem ocrats for acquittal. The funeral of Mrs. Greeley was largely at tended to-day. As early as 11 o’clock, a crowd began to pour into Dr. Chapin’s Church, comer of Fifth avenue and Forty-fifth street, and be fore 12 o’clock all the available space except the scats reserved in the middle aisle for the family were full. Not only was this the case inside the church, but the vestibules, porch steps, and pavements on both sides of the streets were crowded. The first carriage contained the pall bearers ; then followed the hearse, after which was a carriage containing • Mr. Greeley, his two daughters, and Miss Damson, the second contained Mr. Cleveland and family, and the third Mr. Sinclair and his family. The remaining carriages wore filled with other friends. Dr. Chapin entered the pul pit before 12 o’clock. When the body entered the door to the middla-aialof the organist played a dirge from Beethoven. The coffin or casket was covered with black cloth, the lid having on it a silver plate, bearing the name and dates of birth and death of the deceased. A cross and wreath of tuberoses lay on the lid, and other f orel emblems were taken in by friends. At the conclusion ot*the services, the cortege moved slowly to Greenwood Cemetery. New York, Nov. I.—The jury in the Hall trial disagreed and were discharged. One report says that they stood seven for conviction and five for acquittal. WALL STREET. Review of tbo Money, Stock, Bond, Gold, and Produce Markets. Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune. New Yoke, Nov. I.—-The money market was steady, turning in the early hours of the day at 7 per cent for call loans, but late in the after noon the offerings of capital increased, and the rates dropped to 4@5 per cent. The hanks tmst companies, and bankers were disbursing freely to-day on account of the November cou pons of railway and miscellaneous securities. Prime mercantile paper moves slowly at 10@12 per cent. .There is an active demand for currency from the Southwest for cotton, and the demand for moving tho pork crop may be expected at an early day. The Post of this evening says: “The semi official admission that the Treasury Department issued during October four to five millions of new legal-tenders creates profound surprise. Aside from the question whether such an issue is legal, it has been understood to be the index ible policy of the Secretary of the Treasury to contract rather than expand the greenback cir culation. The flood-gates have now been open ed, and a feeling of great uncertainty must be expected to prevail, until it la definitely known how far this new departure in the direction of expansion is to he carried, or when this claimed power is to be exercised. One of the few things in our finances, which was accept ed as definitely fixed, was volume of the legal tender notes. Now that this has been unsettled, new uncertainties are raised as to specie resump tion and the future value of our paper cur rency. FOBEIGN EXCHANGE was heavy and lower, on the-in creased supply of cotton bills and the alight squeeze in cash gold. BTOCSS. Hie stock market was irregular. The specula* tive interest was again concentrated in a few shares. The largest dealings and widest fluctua tions were in Pacific Mail, Northwestern com* mon,Western Union, Bock Island, and Wahash. The fluctuation in these shares up and down ranged from %io% per cent, alternately bear ish and bullish. The changes in those shares not mentioned above were to % per cent. Late dealings showed a firm feeling, and in most cases the best prices of the day were current. was heavy and lower. GOLD GOVERNMENT BONDS opened lower, and closed qniefc and steady. PRODUCE, Flour was fairly active and firmer, with a ship ping demand for fair medium, and the better grades were salable at steadier prices for medium family. No. 2 and superfine were fairly active. At the close the market was bet ter for low grades and very heavy for amber winter; choice family firm and fairly active. In wheat there was more confidence, as private advices from Liverpool were more hopeful. The market closes better for spring, and more active. Winter was held higher, the demand being chiefly for export. There was more milling demand at the close. Pork was better and unsettled. The large re duction in stock gives sellers the advantage. The sales, cash and regular, are: 1,400 brls at $15.70@15,85 for new mess; 812.00 for extra prime; $15.00 for Western prime mess; $17.30 for clear; a contract for 500 brls for this month on private terms, and a contract of 700 brls for November was settled at 815.82 K. Cut meats were fairly active though weak"; bacon mode rativelyfirm; lard lower. CINCINNATI. Preparations for tbe musical Jubilee Next may. Cikoiksati, 0., Nov. I.—The Executive Com mittee on the Grand Musical Festival, to be held here w the first week of nest Ifoy, hag tst&aj issued a circular to the choral societies of Amer ica, inviting them, one and all, to take part. It states that the object of this festival is to elevate and strengthen the standard of choral and instrumental music, and secure harmony of action between the various musical organizations of the country, especially those of the "West, It sets forth the fact that Theodore Thomas has accepted the office of Musical Director, which assures the attainment of these objects. It states that the programme planned by Mr. Thomas comprises some of the best works of Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, Schumann, and other masters, Beethoven’sNmth Sympho ny will be performed by a select chorus. It an nounces that the jubilee will consist of six per formances, commencing Tuesday, May 6, ending Friday, May 9; that Saturday, May 10, will be devoted to a grand open-air concert, and that on Thursday, May 9, there will be a contest for val uable prizes between the male choral societies. Dr. C, C. Miller, the official agent at Cincinnati, will furnish details to all societies wishing to co operate. POLITICAL. New York City Thoroughly Organized for Greeley and Brown. Contemplated Radical Frauds in Illinois. Liberal Rally at Rockford. CONTEMPLATED RADICAL FRAUDS IN THIS STATE. Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune, Spbinopield, ILL, Nov. I.—A scheme, by which it is supposed the Grantites hope to rob a large element of the foreign-bom population of their right to vote at the coming election, has just come to light, through correspondence re ceived in tbiH city. The judges in the Grant interest are putting a construction on the 65th section of the Election law which would rob all foreign-bom citizens naturalized since 1870 of their votes. Section 65 says every person having resided in this State one year, in the county ninety days, and in the election dis trict thirty days next preceding any election therein, everyone who was an elector in this State on the Ist day of April, in the year of our Lord 1848, or obtained a certificate of natur alization before any Court of record in this State prior to the Ist day of January, 1870, or who shall be a male citizen of the United States above the age of 21 years, shall be entitled to a vote at such election. They base their objections to the vote upon the second clause of the section, and contend that if a for eign-bom citizen is challenged he must swear that he obtained his naturalization papers prior to January, 1870. This section is exactly like the section in the new constitution, prescribing who should vote upon its adoption, and was pre pared with a view of legalizing natural ization papers which, in some instances before that time, had been issued by County Courts, and which were believed by many to be illegal. The clause of the section is so broad that the technical point will not avail against it. Under that clause any male citizen of the United States, whether nat uralized or native bom, and no matter when he may have been naturalized if he has naturaliza tion papers, he is a citizen of the United States, and has the right to vote if he has lived in the State one year, in the county ninety days, and in the election district thirty days. The absurdity of the proposition is so apparent that it can hardly be entertained. THE SITUATION IN NEW YORK CITY. Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune. New Yobk, Nov. I.—New York has been thoroughly organized and canvassed. The Lib eral vote will be large, the Democratic vote united, and our friends are confident of carrying the State for Greeley and Brown by a large majority. Augustus Schell. New Yobk, Nov. I.—Marshal Sharpe has de cided to appoint additional special deputies for service, on the election day, in those districts where trouble is apprehended. Charles O'Conor, Wm. M. Evarts, Joshua M. Van Cott, John £. Parsons, and others, unite in a card advising their fellow-citizens to vote for an amendment to the Constitution extending the term of office of the Commissioners of Ap peals for two years. The adoption of the amend ment, they believe, would prevent ruinous delays of justice. ’ A meeting of merchants in favor of the elec tion of Havemever for Mayor was held to-day at the comer of Wall and Broad streets. Speeches were made in advocacy of Havemeyer’a claim by the Hon. Wm. M. Evarts and others. Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune. New Yobe, Not. I.—The Stoats Zeitung is con vinced that the Custom House Republicans are for O'Brien, and mean to betray Havemeyer. “With a single exception,” says the Stoats Zeit uru 7, “the Republican press maintains a moat suspicious attitude in respect to the two candi dates. * 1 The Commercial Advertiser,Vhe organ of Tom Murphy & Co., coquettes most shamelessly with O’Brien. “ The Times does not sing for Havemeyer. * 1 Harper's Weekly endeavors to render Have meyer ridiculous by publishing his portrait side by side with those of two German rascals, one of whom has been in the Penitentiary for larceny, and the other has figured before Police Courts on account of the same offence. “Even the German Republican newspapers do not venture to come out decisively against O’Brien. These.” continues the Stoats Zeitung , “ are baa signs.” In the pools now being sold on the Mayoralty, O’Brien leads both the other candidates combined, by 100 to 85. LIBERAL RALLY AT ROCKFORD. Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune, Rocefoed, HI., Nov. I.—Another enthusiastic Liberal meeting was held in Brown’s Hall this evening. Mr. John C. Black, of Champaign, the Liberal candidate for Lieutenant Governor, was the hero of the evening. He was introduced by H. P. Hallard, of this city, and made one of his usual brilliant and telling speeches. The audi ence throughout gave him their undivided atten tion, and the hearty applause which he constant ly received demonstrated dearly that he was fully appreciated. A large number attended the meeting, and all seemed well pleased with the speech. SENATOR TRUMBULL AT KINMUNDY, ILt Special Despatch to The Chicago Tribune. Kinstundy, HI., Not. I. —The largest and enthusiastic meeting of the campaign w dressed here this afternoon by the Hon. TrmnbulL Hia remarks were made to t* licence of his auditors, and were often with rapturous applause. His appe Liberals and Democrats to vote as I termined men, met with an affirmativ Marion County will give a majority f tional, State, and district tickets. POLITICS IN MEMPHI' Memphis, Nov. I. —Colonel Am* Independent candidate for Coner trict, has withdrawn, leaving tr Barbour Lewis, Bepublican, Haynes, Democrat. The John Republicans have put a full L the held. PETROLF A Movement by tbe ers to Control th Titusville, Pa., Nov. Oil Begions have held plan recently adopted ducers, to control Qie plan consists of th with a capital stock the entire product With ample stora stricting the pro Keyed the price rel. The bankr to co-operate by unanmoup hdence in tb this city ee* ducers arr andUggu ]■ H ’.life f ■ own in B * a nr Kaly—The Town ° s S jpletely .ter. Germany Denies Interfering with Emigration to the - United States, The Roumanian Jews Abandon Coming Proroguing of the Prussian Diet. London', N ot. I.—W. E. Baxter, member ot Parliament for Montress, addressed his constitu ents last night. He said that the result of the Ge heva Arbitration was the grandest triumph of modem civilization, and that the award • was just and the decision calculated to make nations car eful, while it was eminently serviceable for the protection of the English shipping and com merce in time of war. He praised Disraeli for his forbearance and discretion during tho arbi tration. , , , The Music Hall at Oxford was burned last night. _ Washington, Nov. I.—lnformation has beeit received by the Department of State tLat lb© statement, publishes in various newspapers in fbi« country during July last, that the German Government was seeking to prevent emigration to the United States, and had adopted stringent measures for that purpose, is denied by that Government, which disclaimr having issued any orders interfering with or discouraging the emigration of its citizens to this country. Berlin, Nov. I.—General Yon Boon, Minister of War, to-day, read before the Chambers the message from the King of Prussia, proroguing the Diet. Tubdl Nov. I.—The Biver Po “continues ta rise, and the inundation is rising. Families ars flying, and those who cannot escape are starving on the house-tons and in trees where they have taken refuge. Streams are filled with the car* cases of cattle and wrecks of houses and bams. The town of Beggio, 14 miles from Modena, has almost entirely disappeared beneath the flood. Boats, Nov. I.—The Pop© has resolved tode lend the canse of the Church of Geneva against the decree of the Swiss Government, forbidding the exercise of his episcopal functions within the Swiss territory by the recently-appointed Bishop Mermillod. New Yobk, Nov. I.—lnformation has been re*’ ceived from Puerto Plata announcing that a successful landing had been made on the Cuban coast of a small quantity of arms and a good supply of powder and lead. The expedition? sailed from that port. • BeusbelSj Nov. I.—A General Conference of’ the Jews is in session in this city. Delegate* from Boumania have laid before it the condition of their people in the Principalities. They pro* pose to petition the Boumania Chamber for full civil and political rights, and state that the in* tention to emigrate en masse to America has been abandoned. • Pabis, Not, I.—The Secretary of General Bar*- thelenny St. Hilaire, in reply to numerous cor* respondents, states that Thiers does not desire to be made President lor life. The German troops have evacuated Epemay. Madbzd, Nov. I.—Mosonlura, a member of the Bedical party, has been elected Vice Presi dent of the Congress of the Lower Branch, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Saheneron. .The vote was 142 against XlB. Litigation—Anti-Mormon Movement* Salt Lake, Nov. I.—ln the case of Page vs. the Central Pacific Bailroad for $50,000,f0r ejec tion from the cars, the jury disagreed and were discharged. Judge McKean charged that the railroad company had the right to sell time tickets and enforce the contract. Beni. J. Lewis, foreman of the job office of the Mining Journal, took an overdose of poison last night, and died this morning. An apostate Mormon organization has. been formed, called “ The Utah Liberating League.” It is taking strong hold on the people and spread ing rapidly, and mil be a potent instrument in destroying the power of the priesthood of the Mormon Church. The T!mma. Tvrirnng Company case against the Illinois Tunnel Company was m the Third Dis trict Court, to-day, and a jury partially empan elled. It is expected to be a long affair. Xho oase involves property of immense value.* War Department Weatl&er Prognoio Wab Depabtment, Office of tee Chief- Signal Offices, Division of Telegrams and Reposts fob the Benefit of Cojqiebcs, Washington, D. C., Nov. I.—Probabilities: For the Lower Lakes, New England, and the Middle States, clearing weather and northwesterly winds. In the Sonth Atlantic States, lightf variable winds, chiefly northeasterly, witn gen erally clear weather. In the Gulf States, north easterly winds and cloudy weather, witn possi bly light rain. On the Upper Lakes, and thence to the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys, southerly winds, cloudy weather, and occasional light rain. For the Northwest, and thence to Arkansas, northwesterly winds, and partly cloudy, bufc clearing, weather. The Ohio Biver will risa below Louisville. Comparative Cotton Statement* New Yoss, Nov. L Bales* ... 5643* ... 34,572 ...245,129 ...175,531 .. .298,948 ...264,521 *3,983 Total receipts at all ports for the week. Same time last year ■'‘M for the year ;V- c .• V - v -• -W '• , £ i; NUMBER 75. FOREIGN. to America. GREAT BRITAIN, GERMANY. ITALY. CUBA. BELGIUM. FRANCE. SPAIN. UTAH. tics* ‘"wreck..... 1 • V * * : * C? o' ; r v t - *> r. • I - . r. * _ ' ■' v-

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