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December 1?th. [[line]] Important Letter on the Mexican Question from Gen Sheridan. [[line]] The Pacific Railroad Excursionists Homeward Bound. [[line]] FROM EUROPE. [[line]] The Emperor of Austria Visits Prague - Victor Emanuel to Make a Formal Entry into Venice on the 17th of November - Recognition of the Hospodar by the Sultan - Reported Burning of a Ship - Condition of the Empress Charlotte Considered Hopeless - Probable Return of Maximilian in an Austrian Frigate now on her way to Mexico. LIVERPOOL, Friday, October 26. - The steamship Bremen from New York October 13th, arrived here to-day, [[italics]] en route [[/italics]] to Bremen. PRAGUE, October 25. - The Emperor of Austria has reached this city and met with a highly favorable reception from the people and the officials. FLORENCE, October 25. - King Victor Emanuel will make his formal entry in the city of Venice on the 17th of November. CONSTANTINOPLE, October 25. - The Sultan has formally recognized the Hospador, and given him a reception at his palace. LONDON, October 26 - Report current here today that the Tycoon of Japan is dead. LIVERPOOL, Friday, October 26. An arriv here reports that the ship Saginaw, Boutelle, from Cardiff, September for Panama, was burned at sea. No date - no lives lost. QUEENSTOWN. October 26 - Evening. - The Cunard steamship Persia, from New York, October 17, arrived here to-day [[italics]] en route [[/italics]] to Liverpool. PARIS, October 26. - There is great anxiety France in regard to the condition of the Lyon workmen. LONDON, October 26. - The London [[italics]] Globe [[/italics]] in editorial article, alludes to the designed intention by the courts of Prussia and Sweden to abso Denmark. PARIS, October 26. - The condition of the Empress Charlotte is described as being hopeless. The Emperor Maximilian will probably return in the Austrian frigate, which was recently despatched from Trieste by the Emperor Franc Joseph. It is said that twenty war steamers will leave for Mexico in November to bring home the entire French force now in that country. Latest English Markets. LONDON, October 26. FINANCIAL - Consols quoted at 89 1/2 for money. Quotations of American Securities are: United States Five-Twenties, 68 1/2; Erie Railway shares, 50 1/4; Illinois Central Railway, 77 1/4. LIVERPOOL, October 26. COTTON - Market dull at 15d for middling up and Prices have declined 1/4@1/2d on the week. Sales of the week 60,000 bales. LIVERPOOL, October 26. COTTON. - The market is steady. Sales to-day amounted to 13,000 bales middling at 15@15 1/2d. BREADSTUFFS - Firm. Corn has advanced to 33s for mixed Western. PROVISIONS - Lard tends downwards. LONDON, October 26. MONEY - Market is steady. Consols for money closed at 89 1/2. The following are the closing prices of American securiities: Erie, 50 3/4; Illinois Central, 77 3/4; Five Twenties, 68 1/4. [[line]] By Late European Mails - Serious Illness of Count Bismark. NEW YORK, October 26. - The [[italics]] Herald's [[//italics]] Berlin correspondent, October 11th, says, "Bismark's illness is of a very dangerous character, and advantage was taken of the circumstance by Saxony in endeavoring to prevail upon the King of Prussia to grant the terms which had been rejected through the interposition of the inflexible Minister." [[line]] FROM WASHINGTON [[line]] [Special Despatch to the Chicago Tribune.] WASHINGTON, October 26. PROFITS OF NATIONAL BANKS. The Comptroller of the Currency has published an abstract of the condition of the National Banks on the first of October. The item of profits for the quarter ending on that date is set down as over thirty-two and a half million of dollars.
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