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Cincinnati Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 1, 1869, Cincinnati, Ohio THE CHRONICLE. r«Ulak«4 Xvtiry B*y (SmmáATi Xxeept*4.) múL.fR W — M TEUM:i—WtEkLV. I rm' f0# 1    »(>i 7'^.. n 75 Ctab «r tM. »t ii K<- U «0 ezM eop7 to gtMm mpot m club for Waeblx. ADVKjrrmxo rates.—nupUr*, ^ lAt^ Apaúai >'lAlon p*r .^vun . Viu;; Cu^i-t» pUw, ijtoB—. Uc:    .*tol«r    Vor    Rest, te., M* ni AAáñto H»e. to cijk;ikkatt rHcosrcxE co.. £>•. 171 lito* struui. vol.. 2. CINCINNATI. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 1, 1869. NO. 278. THE NEWS. OoW, at ItzRO to-daj, ia qaotcd 121¿. OeeemBl SbcrHiaa «MiJnoaa to iniproTe. O^toral Qobcmu'ia 1»^ baen di*honoral»lj RRitiarjwl by tRa Cabaa JuaU. . Tl»a Ofck» Auditor*^’ Atoociation will nit^l la Cuiutobu. aa tb« 7Ji De«*tober. M.jr.r Joseph II. Chadwick has been iwmi-HlaS ftw Mara» by tW RaybMaewef Wmtim. TW ■■■TIT* iiiaiinn ut the Geaawil of the L'atoa RsÓP* «< Awianai taka* plaeata Raw Tacfc. Hwi    A OoTCTwcr IIoAuia fare 4 gnmá dhiubar to laftte Ifnwary, at á Ibaajr, K. T., yaa- OHIOSTITECNRISTIIN CONVERTIOR >o niaa#e ia Biehardswa*» CoaditiOR. MVXSZmXX rOXTVOAT KXDDT’I lALOOV. NEW YORK DEMOCRATS PL0TTIN6. XeeeimdiRff ef Aetiea ea Iftk Amemámaat. S«fWi«4*ra *r Wier^mmm Awft»*. nxrA£AH0X8 roB matkhial boaux» teadi bat yaar, 4,M».CiR Tlw WywaatRf Territorial ^xnheü 7«atonlaj wrifffi lari» 1r Hew York iRqRigitlre. cxirax coHxiBncx iv BxrxLnroAXX. Popular Rtain»; in Ireland Feared. \ FROM WASHINGTON. «IRtoaMttabi bill to ly «to Coenamm leaiaeee» byCw toeefe*tobe*af tto toHMaf BaereawReUa* wffl to lainaia» to tkraa baaAai. (i^prclsl    to    tto Cbruaiela.] Wasbíxoton, Deceraher 1. Ti*K aEJumsn ooap bid. Hr. OolftaUi, of the ftrm of Traror. Colgate 4k Co.., whaa* tod for $Q00,000of gold yeatorday, la Kcw Torky at oae hnadred and twaaty-one aaai na« iftk, waa r^tnliA    made    a of the amouat, arrÍTed aad caitod oa Sac-relary Btartwall to danaind that the gold he delirtred to hiat. Without getting a itaidTR aaawer, he waa leqneated to call at a later hour. Hi* rcqoeat.irill be ienicdf aa the BecreUrr, thb aaominj^ ia a rcaiTciaatioa with oAcera of th^Traaaury, reitiaUd hia iatcrmination aet to aooept toda below one hundred and twenty*4wot. & B. Chittcaden and other prominent ■aeedMaU who hare jnat paaaed throngh here to attead the National Board of of Trade at Kick mood, applaud the Secxetaxyh action, aa they aay a continuation of the pro-eem of patting gold down would ruin the hnaiBcai of tha oonntjy, when the Tieaanry came to par out thirty-ilTe milliona more gold intereat ou the firat ef January. Soott. FROM XENIA. {MpecUI IHsputrb to the ChroBleto.} Xenia, O., December 1. LaCTtTJUE ON woman’s StTFFRAOR. Our «áty, laat evening, waa arouaed on the subject of woman’a aufljuge by a lecture on the topic, delivered by Mm. Rebecca Rice, a lady teacher of Antioch College. The meeting waa held in the hall of the Young Men’s Christian Association, and was composed of our moat reapectable and intelligent citixena.' This was Mrs. Rice’s first attempt at a formal lecture, but her experience in filling a Professor’s chair enabled her to hold her audience in rapt attention for an hour. She spoke of the right of women to the ballot, her need of it, and the responsibility arising from its use. Ailer she closed, General McConnell, the delegate from Xenia and Yellow Springs to the National Woman’s Suffrage Convention recently held in Cleveland, made an interesting report on the «ame. FOREIGN NEWS. ■WOLAND. •RtaTny In Ireland Threatened. mom COLOMBU6. [epcitoJIDIiasttli to tto CTtrsaicto.) Ootunaiva, O,    ^ tkeWat» cnoRnAV fiiiiR fwimmm, At it»eearieelaai«fiq|pil^sl»atod tbe fattew-aMiwa; Mtotodato^ R. Tkmm Miller, of uaciaaatL Yioe 'Pwaidatoa, Bev. Dr. Bksward, of AtkcM; Bev. J. H. Dickson, of Cltrieville; Uob. R. Hitchcock, of Paines-viUe; Bto. B. D. True, of Mariatta, and Bev. P. Keiaey, of Cetoral Collage. ' A pntjrer «iiariag wae held at 8 o’cledc this aotauBg. At f o*el«ck Uie boaineBa sraaing was opaaied, aad Bev. H. Thane Hil-kr waa hrtredaeed aa PtoaAbot and loek charge of maWeta. He r^mke at aoaae laRgth of the drcoBaaCaacaa under ;whidi the Cgnvention aaet, of tbe UtoA altottld paaraH, atod of the eljedia to lie attained Bev.Cel. A»denam,<rf Ashtabula, opened the diacMaaiim oa the topic ** What ia the Deauad for aa lacrsaai of ^hcbtiaa effisrt in oar State 7^    He eaid the Chriatiaa’s IWwaa.^.    «M in this aU should eaaaa    Am    toowgs of aototors. Thb waa AMaandad w baa la eaWeached campe. Stddbrn lialcB tor shots on the pidcct line whiah yaaeede the rallying cry. To arms. We hear the ftnt shot ia the arrival from Europe ef Aootoada wkh kbto dcptedatij# the Ha tbtoat    tot r stomy.^    «to -inMlp wMto. maMaamAag toa sto* to toe Ctoto '«SKabl n»%to«to«aaaaap tori ef the MMtoAiM the pcaeepia of the Bi-hlc. The aaetmd sisot comes with the arrival of htodaa of Pagans oa the Pacüc Coast, and the third Ir theitharlag of the Ecumenical patowfi, aa.«totod. hi BaHR It llto aooaad tofhg. "Horn ean pw aeeure a aaerw geaaial atlrnfhauR at the peopb in oar citiea upon public worship,” waa dbewaed hy Bev. L W. Wiley, ef ttarhwiati. fia thought that the mesa af people were iadifiercaU to the Church hecauae toe dnnch b iaditoreot to them, the iBaeiissioa of tkb topic a disturb-■oade iwanffcat In a esmiy He has caoaed a great deal of trouUe k» eeveral days ia the toy aad during hw laterrapdoaa aad easaedaea thb morn lag the local Committee of Ar-keought ia the police to the haaee. ^Ue peotíeediRg canard a terrihie oomaaotina, of the dalegataa excitedly protesting. Fiaaiiy the peike bto, aito tha «nay maa atiU acta aa toa dbtaridag eleneitt. DbaoaMOa or the third topic, “What can ■iaaaa rrcb do for Chriat,” dosed the moca- The Hianai Valley Buildiag Aaaociatioa, of D^on, capital $800,000; the Toledo Wheel Compny, capital $860,000; and the Cincin nati Irish Building Aaaodation, No. 1, oapi tal $460.000, were iaoorpormted to-day. ton to charter the Looisville A Chntta-wbich WM intost—■« a tow toy» wfil to —St by ttoConuaittoe iaawaal lw|ii i —a It «U haaa tto Oa- aproaibe, WaggSemAte ftx tto aaritir amraiato—n to 0»BfTj£il^etototo*ÍÍai!y IR the efcto Tto vwoml to* tbat s—nil mi tb« B»ai«*» ttotsritl—■ »w—a ito ttaa sto staR to af dgpem blptot— setoettwlihiaMl- le URi yar- of George Woodfill, ■Ito, but aow at Ctoyton isparto ataulf to he— b—■ «tohat af •a.TWlfcwtoy I 1» t. n—ttoPntoa toyt m btot stoy. Mr.Waot- wm «6» rstesi mi msHM ••**. aU mt wbtoyrha wm to a—tto. to hto adghhsrhawt wto hat ar—tot mnto. L naa wi * Barton Johaaon was airerted *• pRblic dafal, ptdb. aa the tal fbc '.¿■S of dokfRtaa to the Natteoal to Kaw TaaR, Fh*totalyhia; Baa-laaRitna Faattoat, Cktoaaa. BalU* BétotoW «totoa O teMüBantke Baaat tofrntato At «RrpRbhm of a yooag af Waahlagtaa London, December 1.—Information from secret agenta of the Govenuaeaf leads to the belief that a riaiag u threatened in Irelaad. In the Cafaiaet, the ipaeation of eontínmng the suspension of tbe writ of ko&aaa ochtmm has been oonaidered. It b eartain that extreme mcasurea will he adopted shortly. FROM NEW YORK. N*w York, December 1. RICKARBaON’» CONDITION. There b no change in Mr. Bidtardson’s ooodkion thb morning. ARRRBT or A MURDK&ER. Edward Schanm, the murderer of ftlott, in New York, waa found last night at Reddy, the Macksaaitk’a, saloon, in thb d^, and arrested. PROMINENT DKMOCBATB IN COUNCIL. There was a meeting of the most prominent Democrats of the State at Albany laat night, at the residence of Governor Hoffman, at which the policy to bo pnrsued next year was freely dfacunaad. Tweed, Qen. Nelson, Oakey 11^, Tilden and othert» were praaenL The 6^’adia-petch aayaail prmaat reoomBaaadsd theClovem-orin yawwi^e to revoke the aaiks#C A» laat LeipdatRm agi repaal the FlAhenth AsHMtodaMat. The eaaal enestibn then came to the aarihee, aaAga.ve nse to prolonged dia-«■assea. The general feeling waa that the rate of tolls shmdd be lowered, and the present contract tpixm aboGshed. With respect to munidpal remrm, the conclusion arrived at was that the delMttiaa'feoaa eech shoold pre-■och biUa aslhcy should doem pue aoeh biUa as they should doem neoéasary. lito Comaabsioncn m New York are to he abolfshed. Other matters of less importance were aaerely toachod upon. DBntAUDnro thx rxtknuk. A number of whisky dealers in Bondout and Kingaton were arrested by Marshal Bar-low a few dm apoy their stodt seiaed, aad their placea of bus in am closed, on char^ of defraoding the revenue. It appears no stamps have been used on their pedtac^ and the revenue officer in charge of the oistricC, it b said, has not reported a stamp aold for two years. The frauds are said to amount to $168,000. THE NÁTIQNA1. BOARD OP TRADE. The Herald’» Hicfamoad di^etch says: “ The graetest enthusiasm exists among the aaercantile community here over the ■aeetiag of the Natioaal Board of Trade, which eonuneaoes its aeaidoa to^norrvw. A eoasmlttee of reeration h— been appointed by the Chamber of Cammeree to exteaa the hoa-pitality oi the cite. NearW half of thejnem-Ben have arrived, diieffy mnn the Ntmh and Went. The Southern members will be here to-morrow morning. Prominent among the sabjecto to be dlaoueed will be the report of the ttpecbl Committee recommmtding tncoom-pletíen of the James Kiver A Kanawha Canal to the Ohio river. It is believed an appropriation by Cooareas of $20,000,000 will te asked to complete UUa line. A grand banquet FROM NEW YORK. New York, November 30. MR. RICHARDSON’S CONDITION AND MARRIAGE. There b no hope for Mr. Richardson’s rg-oovery. Hi» iHilse has run up to one hundred and forty, and the doctors have piven him ua. He has grown very weak, and u still rapidte iMing hb strength. He has eaten nothiim i-inoe hpvwas shot, and b slowly starring fs death. I It b Ihought that the contents of the stoiB-ach, after h« was shot, ran into the intestinal oavity, and if thb b so, hb recovery b isg-poflsible. Mr. Richardson was married toMrs.McFa|*-land, at 1:30 P. M. The mariiage ceretnoite was jierformed by the Rev. Heniy WaaB Beecher, assisted by Bev. O. B. FrothinghaB|. Among thoae preaeot were Junius Ueufi Browne, the companion of Mr. Richards<Bi during hb captivite in the rebel prmon M Iblbbury; Colonel Thomas W. Knox, hb op and intimate friend; C. A. Bunkle: Mr. C' A. Richardson, of Boston, the brother of . dying man; Thomas B. Holder, Doctors H< comb, Carter and Bayre; the Rev. Henry Field, of Boston; W. T. Blake, a ooi__ ... Mr. Richardson; Mrs. Lucie O. Calhoun,Mp. Thomas B. Holder, Miss Lily Gilbert, agd Mrs. Sage, the mother of Mrs. McFarlana. , A messenTOr was sent to Jers^ City for tM son of Mr. Richardson, but he did not arrifa in time to witness the maniage ceremony. The room at the sick man b on the floor of tbe Astor House. It was nearly fil^ with writnesses. The doors and windows cqien. Mr. Bichakboa' lay partiaUy {wopped ap by pillows. Though very weak, m waa aoi pula, and looked somewhat ftusked. Mn. Mo* Farland occupied a chair at the head of th« bed. Everything baiag in rcadiaaas, the Bsv. O. B. Frothingaam opened the aarvioaa with prayer, alter which the «male marriage ce«e-naoay of the Comegationaf Churdi waa par-formed Bev. Hemy Ward Beecher. Atka oonclosioa the Hon. Horace Greeley, Nr. Whhelaw Bead, aad Mr. Samuel SÍDclalT| who had>jaat arrived, entered the room, aR4 held a idiort convenatioa with Mr. Bicha^ soa. The marriage was at the request of Mr. Richardson, and hy the unanimous adviee of the fri«ids of both parties. A aoous LORi/a dinner party. Dick Radford, the London gambler, otta Lord Ainsley, gave a dinner party to-day. Hb wife wore a dre— costing^ two thoossad five hundred dolían in gold, in Paris, entire dinner service was of solid uiver, wine glassea aad atleta of the fitoest^Dut and the china of urn acaree and valuable (fen manufecture. On tbe centre of the taMe was a huge silver standard, filled with ftowp% and on all sides wwe .ssmillar'alaaiitods aiPl-lazM deROtopMd. lA»d A laaley made the fel--ioaWapeiéhi **I am sincerely pleased and gratified to be surrounded by smh a goodly number of wbk friends, upon thb occasion, and complimentea, indeed, that I am afforded the opportunity ef officiating as host in New York aher all d has bcea said and written of me in the papers. Thb evidence of your respect pal esteem, thfc proof that yoa have not bemi influenced against me by the idiotic gossip fuod slander circnlated about town, bellote me, b fully ^pretiated. * And let me ftt^ ther amare you that L<adv Aindey fally entertains with me them grata fnl 'and appreciative feeUngs your kindneas, somewhat eompenaating for the annoying ao-toriete we have both been obliged to subadt to. I’ve no wish to coavinoe people that I fofdag threats* Orttndy? My wMe and 1 are self-contented and happy, and mm day will both be courted and respeeteá by these people who now ridicule and endrayor to mortiQr me. I shall no longer dwell upon thb paltry matter; and thanking you again, I will clom mv remarks by proposug a toast we can all drink to heartuy—' Ladies.’ ” to be givMi the Board ly theChamber of Com-marea. atod aa anonraioo. to Hampton Bonds, b hi the programma.” MR. RTRLINOAKE’e TREATIES. The Twaei correspondeat at Pddn writes that the Chinem Government b Anxious to have clearly .und«rstood that the Burlingame treaty has not been rejected, but action on it onlv dtoerred. it being tho^ht best to wait nntil the rcsaits of the n^^otbtfons of the mb-boa with other (xxintries were reoeiveiL when-the whole suln^ might be dbpoeecl of at once. The oenfidence of the ministcn in Mr. Burlingame b unshaken. The Pekin Ckdfefe b by ao means a feilure, aa baa been aeesetaiaeiL nKUHBltTTB «PAMIARD». It b soaaocod that the Spaniards in thb city have been making earaeat inqniriea in man-tiaie cbdea about the number, armaments, location aad movements of oor naval vessels. lo. A ve no wun <o coavinoe peopa am a lord; no desire or intaation oi mr history, pedigree, Ac., down mMi's 1 What do 1 care for Mrs. GrttndyT 1 FOREIGN NEWS. NEW YORK MONEY MARKET. SECOND EDITION. The Oold Marketr-Beeretarp BoutweU—r^ie Bond Market—Seavp Olearaneae—Faoifio Mail Down-JTorth OaroUna Don’t Bepudi-ate—Northweetorn Btook — Rub-Treasurp Balance. Ac. FlYK'4FCfoOCK P. M. Ney Y’ork, November 30—P. M. The sudden change of policy Mr. Bout-well to-day, just on the eve of the inauguration of the programme of the Treasury Department for December,|was the all-absorbing topic of eonversation in ñnamñal cirides thb afternoon. All bids for gold under 122 were rejected, and as the Treasury proposals to sell $1,000,000 gold drew out bids for only $1,436,000 at 120 63-100 to 121 20-100, they were all r^ected. The firm making the largest bid denied the right of the Secretary to reject their bid imder the present advertbemtoit, and tendered to the Assistant Treasurer the l^;al tender notes for the gold whi<di would otherwise havw been awarded them. It b stated on the street that some of the bidders for gold today will go to Washington to-nfght to make a fwrnal demand for the gold, which th^ claim should have been awarded to them to-day. At tbb juncHiire the excitement in the Gold Room became intense, and the shorts hastened to cover their contracts, the price quickly ral-ly-tov tm laa, again Ucupping to 122, when the market steadily advanced to 123L closiiig at 123J0123Í. Several leading importers were heavy .purchasers again to4uq% and the amount of tram-actione at the Gold Board was very large. The effect of Mr. Boutwell’s derision respecting the acceptance of gold Mds was im-medbtely felt in the Government bond market, prices rallying |01 per cent, but the itock market had bc«ome deprmeed by the suo-oessiiil operation of the bear clique, and lower prices prevailed, especially at the close, when thcrSiWas a rush to sell stock and realize without fiirther loss. In the Bumey market there was more demand, hut dunng the mornings thb was readily mei at 607 per cent., with the greater nombw REPORT OF SUPERVISING ARCHI-TECn! mULLETT. Important Becommendation to Seeretaiy. Mr. Bontwell Reject» tke Geld Bids. THX DOMESTIC TBAOXDT IM XXW TOBK. MB. RICHABD80N CANNOT BECOTEB. The Unfortunate Woman at His Bedside. KliBERLY’S SUIT AGAIRST BUTLER. Mew Aasistant Attorney Oenenl Appointed. DOTBR FACTORY (AERATORS ON A 8TRIKK l*«far Mew* bj tiaa AttMtIa CaMo. WASHINGTON. [Spedsl Sispsteli to tbe Chroalele.] Washington, December L THE StTPE»VISING AKCHrraCr’s REPORT. Hie report cff Superviaing Architoet Mnllett has been completed and submitted to the Seeretaiy of the Treasury. He reviews in detail the condition of the public buildings in all ^rts of the country, with the improvements whirii have been made during the past year, and he recommends a change of the eystmu of partial and of dealings at the higher rate. After the dose of uie banks more active inquiry was noted, and 7 per cent, in gold was demaaded aad readily paid. In thb connection it b reported thto a lodi-up of g;reenbacks b in progress to further depress sales, but the eation cJ its sucoess b a sulgect of fair criti-Tlto banks have be«i well drained of qu cism. BY ATl*AMTfC TEXEOKAPH. FBAMCK. Xast Might’s Dispatohea FROM PHILADEIPHU. The OenanlByiiodof theBeformedOhuroh. FROM PITTSBURG. PHILADEI.PH1A, November 30. The Committee on Finance re]>orted the expenses of the Synod to be $130,C^, whiidx was proportioned among the district Synods. 'ne special committee to whom was referred {Special Dtapatcb to the Ohrooleto.} PrrrsBUBO, December 1. The aonac along the Monongahela river at thb ftoiat ia oaa of alaacai indescribable activity, aad pKparatíoBS for eeal shiptneots are gciag oa vigoroualy. The rise of twelve feet at OU Ci^ will prokahly intmfere with eend-ing Bl Inals to-day. It iaisliU: ndaiag there, the Witofe, with 18 bargas and 818,000 boehdi^ b ready to depart for Cincbi udi. Some forty-eix boats in all will depart oa thb I «at infonned bgr weil-potoed ooai BMrchanSe that the aaoont of coal to go out wttl not exceed four adUioa five hnadred thoutond hash els, aot six mtUions, the amonnt I eatímated yesterday. The river here b nine feet six inches, and rvdag four inches per hour. At Browneville thcK are seven feet and rbing. Tbe weather b colder both at Oil City and Browasville. [later.3 The river w rising at tbe rate of 6 inches hear, whh 11 liwt in the chaaneL The Caaiclia, from St. Loub, arrived; abo, the Belie, from Pazkersbuq;, and the New State will return tkb afternoon. The Glendale departed for St. Laoia, with 600 toas freight. The Maggie Hays, for St. Loub, departs to-BKHTow. TW Glasgow b loading for St. Loub. The foUowiag tows of coal are frtling ready: For Cinrinnati—Hornet, Goal Chy, Tragona, Pox, Diaaaaad, Coal Hill WhaL J. S. N eal, Leader, Lioness and BL Deavo, with one hundred and six barges and 1,186,000 htishels. For Louisville—18 steamers, 39 coal boata,aad 132 barges,aad 8,070,000 boshafet. For Naw Orleans—the Alps, one hnndxed and feaiy tbouaand bushels. For Ifeinr Moa^ the A. J. Baker, one hondred aad thbty thoaeend baidMb. For hCadbon •—the Tom Farrow, aigbty-five thousand baabeis. For Nashville — the James Gilmora, lOO^OOA For St. Loub, the Wild m, mOQO. Tatol, Máky-fe«r atcamers, fectgr*«dna ooal boats, two hundred and to bargee, aad 8,813,000 ManpaL fioaaa toa or twaUa oüisratoam »»a p»gf nrf~ff to go out, bat the amount not be gitea yet. At eleven afainifir the rlfear Rt OU Qij was fourtoen fiset ■ai on R stand The upper Monongahela Is zfaiag slowly, with five fiset at OMondboro. The London Times on Vrenoh Afflttn. London, November 29»—^The Time», in an article on French politics, says: “Whatever diversity of opinion may weaken the members of the Opposition in the Corps Jje^laiif, they should move together to overthrow the men who have brought the Government into discredit. There ought to be no compromise with the passive instniments of jienonal rule. Possibly the prcssa t Minbtora may be still at the head, but the Emperor b accustomed to look u^n hb own powers built on the odds of a haocfred to one. For many years the Opp»: rition in the Chamber ^as composed only of Favre and four others. In the fime of the Oppoeiticm votes, the Emperor’s proposition baucady ontenable.” PABifl, November 30.—In the Corps Ijegb-latif to-day the Opposition sulnnitted the interpellation on the prorog;ati(m of last Ssptember, on the action ot the authorities in the Aubin and Ricsmarie afihirs, and in the troubles o£ last June In Paris. Deputy Raspail submitted an interpellation on the^Msaaaination of ritizeiu, aad demanded the impeachment of the Minbtora. The introduction of these measures ereatod much excitement, and the proceedings were very stonite. Prince Metternich leaves for Vienna tonight, to confer wkh the Emperor of Austria. XHOLAHD. certain iqemoriab, in which the General Synod was petitioned to withdraw permbaion fdven by the last General Synod to use the order of worship, reported adversely to the petitioners. The report was tabled for the pres-it. The sperial committee to whom the solgect was referred reported -that the oonstitutional number of clasaes had declared in fevor of the omisaion of the word “German” in the title of the church. It was, thereupon, officially de-cbred thiU the title of thb church, known aa the ‘’German Beformed Chorch,”^ b now the “Beformod Cbtirrii of the United StaUes of America.” Tbe Standing Committee on Orphan Homes reported that there are two in suoceadül operation, at Wormatadori; Pennsylvania, and Butler, Pennaylvama. In (he afternoon seseion, Bev. Dr. Ferris, of the Beformed Church, Dutcl^ addre««<?d the Synoi in reference to the union of efforts in the work of foreign mbsions on the part of the two Reformed Churches, Dutch and German. The committee to whom was referred the "Western Liturgy and other items referring to general subjects, reported that they had not bad sufficient time to examine the work; but that as it was produced by two Western Synods, who asked permission to use i^ permission be grantra; and thus both Eastern snd Western Liturgies be before the Chnrrh for further trial, and tbe whole subject be left to work its own way, and peace and quiet re-stoted to the Church. Rev. Dr. Ifilliard offered an amendment that both Lirargies be sent down for approval or disapproval, and th^ in the meantime neither tk them be permitted to be used, except with the consent of the (xmsistor^' and oongr^ation. The question was dbcuased during the remainder of the session. FROM MISSISSIPPI. Th« Times on the Caaaion ot Ban Domingo. London, November 80*—The Time», referring to the noaaible caanoaxJBauJDcHuqtgo to the United Btatea, says:    “From the wreaaat aspect of affairs we should be dbposed to expect a treaty to that effect. Bach a bargain would be bmiefirial, not only to the parties (X)ncern(ed, but to ÉÍurope and the world. The Americans could lose but little, while they might gain a great deal. The island ought to become a new emporium for trade, and in the creation of such <»inmercbl stations no people are more deeply interested thau ourselves.”    _ SOUTH AMHHIOA. their loanaUa raaoiircea, under Uta lato aNfo nMotts to tbe Woet «»$ Soutkweat, nor b it aktimated that these will ratirely close much before tbs okwe of the year. The rehxittances to-day have been about $200,000. Thie. excitement cm Wall street about the Eold markri oontinnecL and there were several eavy transactions. Cfearanoes of yesterday, as reported to-di^, were $4ik837,000. It is possible that the clearances of to-day will be Jt^^e Stock Exchange there wmre many heavy aalss, and general ifidicatloaa of apanie. Pacific Mail was the most depressed, and touched 57j, the lowest price for ten years. The following telegram waa received to-day:    • “To Henry Clew» A Co.: “The S«iate of thb State has just voted by 28 to 8 to sustain the State credit. The House td Representatives will do the same. The driH wül be paid, and repudiatora will be aUenced. The State will not be entirely disgraced by the crime of repudiation. “M. W. Holden, ‘fOoveraor of North Ckroliniu” The committee appointed to recommend the ■meant of dividend to be declared by the Directors of the Northwestern stories met to-day, but adiourned without action. It b believed, however, that 4 per cent, cash will be decidea upon for the oonaaou stock, andoper cent, for the preferred. Speculations in State hoads are principaily ■ nnimril to the Nortii Caroiiaas, the sperial tax hearia (feclining per cent, to 28. anid the 1 per cend. to 29, the did bonus being ly at 41). A firmer feeling was noted In the afternoon, the new bonds reariiing 30. . The eommittee of the Chbago & Northwestern Direction, who have the subject of a 'dividend in charge, will recommend the payment of 4 per cent, on common stock, and 5 per cent, on preferred. Tbe Ammican Merchants’ Union Express Cnmpany declared a dividend of $2 per share on the outstanding Capital stock, payable Jan-16. ; The Assistant Treasurer, owing to ^vertbe-ment, received bids for gold, which were opened at aocm and tei^pra^ed to Washington. Meana. Trevor A Colgate bid for $600,000 at the market {wiee, but before depositing it, Mr. Cob^e asked of Judge Fol-ger, the Anristant- Treasurer, if he had received any orders from Washington to^ rqje<X any bids, and apologized for the question by saying tuat there were rumors afloat on the street that Mr. Boutwell did not int«id to sell any goliL The Asaistant Treasurer replied that he had reoeived no such instructums. When Mr. Colgate was really informed Rantwell had telegn^phed to rqect ril Inds under 122, the news was aliriuiy in the street, and the price of gold jumped to 123. Mr. Colfide took the green-badu iitto the Assistant Treasurer, and made a formal demand for the $600,000 gokl at 121 20-100 their fin had bought from the Govemmsnt to-day, in accordance with the advmtbement. The greenbacks were tendered in payment, first, to Mr. White, Cashier, who refercd him to the Asssbtant Treasurer. Judge Folger replied, in substance: “I do not decline to deliver you the gold; but I can not deliver h to you. I hand you the telqyam of Seaietary BoutwelL” Mr. Cola^ goes to Washii^on to-night to see what Mr. Boutwell tim»s or intends to do. Thehsnka wore short of greenbacks, and were se poor and embarrassed as to be forced to borrow from each other in order to meet their engagements over the ccsmtry. Balance in the Bub-Treasuiy, $86,733,405. insufficient appn^wbtions heretofore adopted for public works, and that sums to be deler-miimd upon by Congress, has limited the expenditures for completing the work, shcmld at once be placed at the disposal oi the Secretary, to be expoaded as tke necessities of the work I .rbro»R4( «»l Ai$B*«ta    of a gen eral law aatiuMRsing, under proper restrictions, the disposal at public auction of propmty no longer ncedeiL ANSWERS TO THE OOLD BIDDERS. At a later interview with Secretary Boutwell, the demand of the New York gold buyers, to have their bi<b accepted, was definitely rejected. kimnrrt.y va. butler. The suit of Kimberly Bros, against General Butler, in Baltimore, for allc^ged extortion, was yesterday postponed to April 6. Lords Waterpark and Beriiley Faget, of .Ea^bmd, íuive arrived at Willard’s. •    Scxm. ToStha Western Aaiooiated Press. APrOZKTMEKT. The Presidrtit has appointed Thomas H. Talbot Assistant Attornqr Geneial, in {daoe of Diriiey. NO CHANGE IN FINANCIAL FOLICT. It was ascertained to-day, on i(miry at the TreaMiry Department, that t a .. ithdrawal^bf the sale of gold in New Yinrk yesterday not involve a change of policy. It was bn account of the low price offered. FOREIGN NEWS. BY ATUkMTlC~CABi& YHAMCH. A Few BtragRlinx Htoetloa Betums. Msmfhib, November 80. TheAvafofMde’s Holly ^rmgs sperial says: About 5,009^yotcs were polled to-^y, nearly all blacks, and^ for Alcorn. The whites vote to-morrow. No news frmn the oonatry, eaeept Bethel, which b nearly all for Dent. Oxford reports Dent ahead. Colfeevi lie gives Dent a maj^tv of 300. All quiet. A ColumbiM dbpatoh says: “The election passed on quietly. The negroes voted heavily for Alcorn. About 2,000 Totee were polled. At Marton the negroes voted for Dent, and the same at Tripoli.’" At Guntown and Verona, out of 900 votes, DdM got 800. At Water Valley, both whites Hid nesToes voted. Dent got 430, Alcorn one vote. To-morrow will probably increase Dcetfs majority to 700. Nothing ftuther yet. M. Oniaot and the Kmparor. PajBDB, Deaetahsr L—It b eepartad that M. Guizot has had an audience uith tho Emperor every morning. - ^ XHOLAVD. Diaeatisfaetion'at the Xmp«ror*s Speech. London, Deomiber 1.—^Various Parb letters, published in tbe morning papers, agree that the Emperor’s speech on opening the Corps L^jsbtif fell flat. The public mind b disappointed, and the more thu.speech b considered, the lorn it b liked. HU88IA. Baurleri AMwo. CZT7 DnUKrTOXr. SOUNDARIEB OF WAJHNR ttrWAXD-Booidril by Mtea^ Sad flMI^ ■ad Ewt Third straste       — Xd W*ap—Boiutdto by M«|m W«| flfvsa% WedTWrd, Wsto«t «rWeei^gdrtitA «n WAan—S(»ad*d by XCsin sod Ead ¥hlm i*naRg¡ft the Old Corporation Lmm and the Ohi* r! w. era W»ti>—Bobsded by M*ia, Wert Emd, Wabmlj. Wert Third sud John streete and the «üe «trafc. 5th Wabd—Swmded by Wert SeTenth, Mato saa Wert Chael rtvwts, aad Cmmtenl mwrnnae. atm WAMv-Reuatedby Joba/WMfe Third . W JheadN—"TteUriAtaeae* vv Wv*sh» ro vmm saHaaaap ■ and Wert Fifth rtrarta, aad tha Ofcle rirar. 7*B Watd—Bonoded by Central avenne aai Chnal, Baea, arid Waat lihaity rttorta. ^ 6th WAtn—landed by Central araana aad libe.ty, ZÁyaUler and West Court streete. tea WAK^Lraaded by Main. Hoat aad Mai «rty fclreete. 10th ATD—Eoandai by Mala, Wart Oteal, and Wert liberty streets, llm Waiu>—Begins at the eentm mi Liberty and the eact line mt Main street, beia» a the Findlay e__ to Northern U1 the dirtdina Ujte betweea the Findlay srtstajad Reeder’s sddiUon to Northern LibeiiMst thence north slons ■*¿5»........ K. £. About four weeks ago a little German girl in Broriclyn took sick with the lock^RW» aad nuDor says that hi a few daya ^ was tltoWKht (feeai and was buried. On the evening of her burial, the mother^ for some reason, was led to the g;rave, and, with her ear pressed close to the ground, thought rite heard a nobe and bee lieved^ her chim to be moving in ita (xASñ. arithheld from asking asatstanoe for fear of being ridiculed, and immediately nroGored a spade and began to dig up the earth. Soon she came to the coffin, and hurriedly taking it from the earth open^ it, and there found the body of her child, nine hours after its burial, as warm as if it were Living, and lying on hs side. She took the child to her house, where a physician was immediately called in^ and every restorative applied to bring the riuld to life. It was too late; the soul had taken its flight, and in a few hours more the body was cold uid icy. It was soon buried agún, and has not sine» been disturbed. Thu report b common talk among the chinens of the West Side, and the atory aa above related b wril known to a great many relbble persons residing on Detroit street and in Broridyn.—Clere-iand Leader. The disarmamort awveawnt ia Piasaia aad Saxony b said to give great diasstbfertino to the Berlin Goveratnent. FoBowiim the motion made in tk« Partianient of Frnssb by Uerr Voichow, tit* Pruasiaa progrfssint, thirteen Saxoa drjaitiaii have u£L oowa a iriao, which b imermai-m ahmiiar to that of Vei-chow’s, but moffu-iMaim ia its farat. Iliey r^ucat tbe Oovernment to use its infloenoe with tbe Northern Confederation to obtain a reduction military expmues, - and to work with a view to general dbanaament. The London LhutraUd Time» givH travelers a hint in r^;ard to water-proofe. Good Scottbh tweed can be made entirriy impervious to rain, so it says, by soaking it m a solution msde with a cxmple of gallons of soft water, half a pound of sugar of mad^ and half a pound of powdered alum. Stir thu mixture at interrab nntíl h becxHoea dear, then poor it off" into into aBetíter vesaal, aad put the garmmit into it for, twiaty-four houra. Hang It up to dry without wringing it. Science b dboovering «very day new liiath-oda to alleviate the saffiadnga of unfortunate mortals. The latest progrcm in thb direction has been made by Dr. Bernier, in Parb, who ___ b bleaching noses to which the treacherous Oaand Theologieal and RdUrtoua library Aaaasla-of Uq*o, h-    ..niddy Cotporetion Line rttbe Mxr.h Corporelion line______________________ taxAni IS; UicBoe lontb rtocw (ha aart Una «C ■tr^-r tS to tha tootheart coraar at saetion If{ thenra wart sloii» the mmKIi Urn of aaid eeaUa* » totheesrt Una af Mato streot, and piam mt h«-■tnniar. 12TBWABi>^£oaBdcd on tha eaal by YlnaatcseA «■ the wsLt by tto centre line ef tto IBntopantf, * the north by the Onporatlaa Idaa, aad aa On south by Lilwrty itraat.    •     ^ IteH Wawo—Cownwsd by Xhrt Btete, ftaak lAariy» Bunt and Main fctrarta. ^ i*cm Wakx>—Bounded by Raea, Wart Saroaih, tehaw Wert Sixth, thnith and Wert Third airartw. ^ IteH Waed—^Bounded byOeatrat aeanaA WertOpaA Laymiller and Wert Sixth ateeet^, (X A I*. IL R . and Wert Fifth, Snith, Wert ffixtlK John and Wec.t Seventh aireeu.    .    -    _    . ISTB Wake—Bonn^ri by Weat Fifth rtmat, 1., C. A L. R. R., Wert Siatth.^ymllter and Wart LiWrty . streets. Mill credfc and OUo river. 17TM Waju>—Late FuHmi terwwtbin. ^    ^ .. ItTH Waxd—Bounded (w toe oiwt by fibs eaaiM Ha* ot tos Miami Oaasl, an the wort by Mill czuefc, mm the north by the Corporation Uas, and sa tha eonth by liberty stnet.    _    , , _ Wth Wawo—Beslna at the eaatau mt TIaa tod L^ erty rtreeta; thanee eart along tha eaatra af Lib* oity etreet to tbe eert Una eirifalB rtmat, hala» • point in the divWUng Una brtwoea the Findlay aa-taZe and K. R. Eradm’a addttioa to Merttomldh-ertlee; thenea nerth alotif eaid divldin( ito to tho north Cerporadeu ume mt tha «iWi wert with eaid north Corperattoa * ‘ Ueof Vlaoetmrt-, thoaea inai with the centra of Ylaa rtros Ubertyrtrartaat toaffeesM ■TSftiíféjMiysS ef «M ftsS55ZTw5*7to ^ tom Une of thertty; theaee aastria«amil tea towwtoip: theneo in a aantoweataily dtraa* tiou aiemm mid FUltea towiahia tothaaaaih line of mad fractional sertiMi 7, aadOw ao^hAmafe coraar FuHaa towneh^; theaae wuat ateagtoa aodtb line of mid fracaonal wetom 7 te themutb wert emseref aaid fcsrtiwai aaattan T aad tha •aid place of beginning. INTERNAL REVENUE OFFICES. U. S. Ameeeer’s OMce, Fimt Dirtrirt of Qhte-i O. Stoaos, Aroeamr; Otoee, Muthweat TWedand Byeamore. CoUector’i OMce, First DlatHrt af Ohia lawlal «el, CoUectorJ Qtoaa,» Wert Third atraeC sTAiceeecn's OAoe.. Second Dirtrirt of Ohio—' AaMMw; Omern, Paorth amé. Oastnl Ü. a F. Shaw, svenao. U. & CoUaetar’a OSca, SaeoBi Diatrlrt «f Ohio—ft. ft. Pnllan. CoUector; Oftae, awthwsst ooraec af Eighth and Ceotral avenue. PUBLIC T.TRRARTRSL Ctnclnnati Law library, Camrt/Hmmmm. Amy pmmm wbohasnot be«m a arnaaMr <K the Bk amra thoa three yean ean have ernmi to the Library naaa ■ 'saa «VO to tm glow, by .1 ■ -...¡..r.T,    XX„    I    -     /sum,    ewsnwTw    «auM* nen i clertrrate. He has re?--eitholic Inatítute Library, noetowort < centl^ restored a lady of the highest rank to happsiMSB, rhsagina h^ noaa, a Uatnning rose, into a delicate my, md thb eaae b caaa-Jng groat senaaticm in the srientifie arorkL Dr. Bernier is having his method patented. pros. Great Bax^^aiiis ABE OFFERED UNTIL THB IN FINB Inadies*, Misses* and Ghents* FURS, OUR OWM RAHUFACTURE, AT JOIN C. NJEKKLE’S, No» 1$7 MRiRyBetwMft Thirl RftáFovth» Large Tarlaty at ftmftUe and Faaey Bahaa. FT7E8CLEABED,BDaEÍ1D A*D ALTZBBD. BUBKHABDirS FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FoUti<ml — Xmigration — Demooratlo isaiion—Tea Detained—Bxplorin» Be turned—Marine News. Boor- Party The Allies Short of Provisions. Lislok, November 29.—The mail ateamer frofiu Bio Janeiro has arrived. Reports from Paraguayan sources state that only the vanguard of the Allied army was moving toward the new poakione of Lopes. The main army was still prevented from marching by want of provbfoms. The nearcKy ssas so groat Uiat the men were compelled to eat hontoflesh. FROM~COLUMBUS* Ohio State Ghrbtiaa Oonventicm. CoLUMBU», November 80. The Convention had ita o{>ening setsion ia the Second Presbyterian Church this eviming. preliminary prayer meeting was held theie 3 o’clock this afternoon, and at 4 o’clock Rev. D. L. Moody, of Chicago, held one of his peculiar meetings for Sunday-school children, end delbered a characteristic address. At 7f o’clock This evening the church was nearly full of delegates to the Convention and their friends, notwithstanding the inclemency of the Yveather. The Convention was caUed to order by Rev. Dr. Rolxertson, jmstor of the '^\’estminstCr C'hurch in (his chy, on whose motion Dr. Thaddens A. Reainv, , of Zanesville, was riected temporary President. After prayer and singiug, Dr. R^my delivered a short address, staling the object of the Convention and indicating a programme for it. A Committee on Permanent Offgaaizetion was then appointed, consirtit^ of Rev. Messrs. Robertson, ^ook, OsborU; Philiips and Briggs, (ff Ccdumbtai. Hon. (Shajfacey N. CH(b, of this city, deliv-teed tiie adiHBss'of wcleome to the delegates, and was fcdltored by Bev. I>r. Wil«y, of Cincinnati, who responded on behalf of the Convention. Bev. Dr. Bohertaon, from the Committee on Permanent Orgauization, reported H. Thane Miller, of <3inciim«ti, for permanent President, with the usual numwr of Viee Presidents and Secretaries. The report was adopted. It WM announced that Mr. Miller would arrive during Uxe nigh^ and take the chair to-morrow neomlag, the temaorarv Fresident remaijkiiig in the riizir duzing the evening semion. A Business Committee was appoiated, oon-sisting of five members, who were to cut out e work for the Convention. After singing and prayer, Bev. D. L. Moo-’y, of Chicago^ waa called out and delivered an earnest and effective address. The Chairman of the Busineai Committee ^en announced the prograsnmeof the sesrions of to-morrow; after which the Convention ed-jonmed till to-ftiorzow morning. San Francisco, November 80. The meeting, last night, for the purpose of reorganizing the Democratic p>^y of this city, was lai^[ely attended by leúling members of the party. Attar a rtormy session, it broke up without definite ariion. The charge of manslaughter against Bernard Kane, the switchman at Siiison Station at the time of tbe Western Pacific Railroad dbaster, was dismissed, and Kane discharged. The teas receiving by the steamer from Japan, and engaged to go’ East ovte the railroad, are withheld, probably because the cars have not regular custom house lock*. Tbe exploring party of Lieutenants Whorite aad I«ric, sent out by General Ord to discover ft route through the White Pine count rv to the Colorado river, have returned. Tliey found a good route, alwunding in timber, water, and ii^cations of rich mineral deporits. A fiill report of the ex;ie<iition will soon be published. The information is considered important The revenue cutter Wyanda sail^ to-day, in seaicfa of the ship Orion, from New York to San Franris(X>. The crew, with the exception of four, are retorted down with scurvy. The ship Arkwright, which arrived several days since, was boaroed, November 13, in latitude 28 d^p*eee 16 minutes north, l<mgitude 130 degrees wert, a boat from the Orion. The condition of the crew was represented, and provisioiiH ftirnished, but the <»ptain of the Arkwright failed to mention^ the matter until to-day, when the authorities immediately dii-petched'a cutter in search of the distressed ship.    __ FROM DETROIT. Cotton TfaiainR in Aaie—CoDÍNetttio» with the United States. St. PeteRsbubo, Decteuber 1.—A deputa tion waited on Prihce Gortschakoff yest«rday relative to establishing cotton fields and trade at E3iva, Baokhara and elsewhere, in the Asiatic poflseasions, in order to be able to suc-cessfitlly compete with the United States. The Prince promised the scheme his support. FROM NEW YORK, New Yobx, December 1. MONET ANDSTOCE». There was an unsettled feeling in street at tbe ipteua^ hot it gave-way to more (dieerfiilnees upon the announcement that the Government would buy more bonds than at first advertised for. Mimey is stringent on call at 7pteeent.; curtteioy,6to 7, gold. There is a rumor of a lock-up of money. Sterling dull. Gold is heavy and lower, at 1214. Governments are lower, with a pressure to sril. Railwites are firmer than at the opening. Michigan Southern, 83|; Erie, 27|. THE TBEASUBT STATEMENT For the month has not been reoeived up to this hour. MB. BKTHABDSON DTTNO. Mr. Richardson considered past hope, and will probably die before sunset. His wife, his brother and other relatives are now at his bedside. FROM MILWAUKEE. Christiana in Convention—Ihiergetio Work Proposed. Milwaukee, December 1. The State Christian Convention is now in session here. The attendan(» is large. A programme wae mapped out for renewed exertion the coming year to Christianiae the State. The work of the past year was attend^ wkh marked success. FROM BOSTON. Viait of Diattnguiehed Generals. Bocton, December 1. Generals McClellan, Q. A. Gilmore, H. O. "Wright, Lyman, and E. D. Stewart, arrived here last night.    _ StrUzc ef Kzicto^ OperatiTes. Dovi^ N. H., December 1. The factory operatives are on a strike. They have organized a Working Woman’s League, with the intention of beiximing pert of. the National Labor Union. It is rumored that the Directors will close the mills until the operatives acce(|e to a reduction of wages. ADinTlONAI* MARKET REPORTS Dioaatrons Pire at Jaofceon, Miohisan. Dietbmt, November A disastrous fire occurred at Jackson, Michigan, to-night. It originated from an attempt of a man to draw gasoline near a lamp. Among the suffierers are W. Jackson, gwaw; Holmes & Averill, tobacco and liquors* Mrs. Bntndage, millinery and fancy goods; Kelley A OcMtj, Doota and shoes; A. A. Bliss, crockery; A. Bailey, shoes and leather; Parkhurst A Co., hardware; Bloomfield A Co., crockeiy. The losses in the upper stones include Jackson Hall; Mrs. Hovev. sewing machine agency; Mrs. Curtiss, millinery;, two pho^ !'raph cstablLshments. and varions omces. The OSS is estimated at $200,000. Insurance probably light. A man. named Runyan, while a»i«ting in removing goods, was fetally iqjured by the explosion of powder. New Yorftt Stoelc Matrket. [Hpecial IHspetch to tbe Cbronlide.} New York, December 1—2:30 P. M. Bonds of 1881, 116) bid, H5| asked; do of 1862, 112) bid, 1121 bid; do of 18oi, 110) bid, llOf asked; do of 1865. 110) hid, 110) xsked; do, new, of 1866, 113 bid, 113) asked; do, new, of 1867, 118) bid, H3| asked; do. i»w, of 1868, 112) bid, 113 asked; 10-40 bonds, 106f bid, 106) asked; Parific sixe^ 107 bid, 107) asked, tiovernmente dull, with a slight decline. Sterling exchange steady at 109) for 60-day bills. Gold carrying at 7 per cent. Toledo, December 1.—Flour quiet. Wheat dull; amber, $1 13). Corn dull: No. 1, 92)0 93c; no grade, 76c. Oats a shade better, aud quiet; No. 2, 62c. Dressed hogs, 11012c. St. Louis, December 1—1 ;25 P. M.—Provisions firm. Poric, $30 00, Lard, 17) to 18c. Dry salted shoulders, 12)c; clear rih. 16c; clear rides, 16)c. Bacon—Nothing doing. Flour dull, and holders anxioaa to realise; $3 60 for superfine; $6 00 to $6 23 for ÜSK. Wheat quiet and sttody; No. 2 spring, 85c: No. 2 red ftdl, 90c. Corn—Lower gradea cliued to 70e for new. Oats quirt rt 60 tofilft. Whisky steady rt $1 OQ. Hngs fim rt to lOc.    . 1S3 and 18S BKain Stftroet, Batwteft Vftutk aad Hilk itzaata. Fan Gteiifid, Altend 8id Bapftixad. raotztasl JtMUSBMBlfTS. NntlMuri THaadra, Greet ■aceaurt Mr. JOHN EBOUQHAM la hte A scMd THB RBD UifiWT, Which will he preeeeted THI3 KVEJHNO. Fxltey—Benefit ef Mr. John Bnxiftkaia. Ifid. /T Moodiy—EDWIN FOBBfiXT ea KING EEAR. Wftod’ft ThMiAir». Last olgbt bet thne of tee S«elilng seiwetiea, ELISE HOLT. Bappestod by tbe pepetar eawediea. Mft. HAKBY WALL. WKDNESDAT EVÉNIN», Deeetobec t, LÜCBET1A BORGIA, M. D. Etiae Holt. Harry Well end the Dramatic Coapeey in ttones, Deneea, Witticismt, Oddities, Ac. Greet iwepeiTO<me fiw IVANHOE. _ Nftfkmal l^eatre. EXTRA aÑÑotÑcEMEÑÍ! Engegenent of tbe eminent tragedian, MR. ICDW'IR H'ORRBIST. Wbo vill appear MONDAY, December 6, in bis greet character uf KINO LEAR, SuppteKri by Mia LILUE end Mr. WM. HARRIS. ^    Tneedey-RICHELIEU. Wedneedey—OTHELLO. Seats eeenred at Hitchcock’s, 164 \Tne street, snd st tbe Theatre. SSSSÍ tbe ennnel Inegwartb. Germen Ubrary Amertrttea ftoaast eeatbwert eer-ner Meta wed TweMbh. Lane fteerinery, Wahwt ema. - Ohio Public School Library of IwUtete- ceraer Ylae aad ftixib. _ of Clnrtanati km pomittad to taka the Obto School Library fine, mm iteaiwg a paaaa-Ise to eMBflTwito tha rmimm, «árteraieiSaB wail-knnva cltlirtn who ngreaa toha laMBafUe tor any damaat or ioaa. Sh Xaviers drcnlatlng Ulirsry, wert side Byanwote, between Stxttk and Sereafih. Wcrtern Academy ot Natural ftrteaea, Qrifcoa in*. WataraAbrtwraa ftsmrthkSTgifig^. r(mnsMerVkChrtitan Awoeiatiae iMaBag 1 nn and ate Vine atoasi. Tonns Men s MercoatUe Ubrary i ssnriaHartOnTl i«i DoiMiag, Wrtnnt, betweon Fourth sad Ftfth. rt Sixth 8trart M. P. Cbarch. BTKSET BAILKOAD UNftft. riiiilaartt Bliii I IslliaDd JlnaiDUi HUpTI Route from aarfier__________ . and Fraimmt ataaeto: to Hamiltmi «sai; aad rte Torfc, Una, Ninth, WateoLandFevrth, topotei af atrrtmg. City Pkanajar Railroad.—Bad Cara Bad Ugbta-Roote from eoniar Foorth and Main, via Foptth, r. Baakr art UowaTbaek vtoOnttaal Jahn, Findlay. Bay ■traeta, to tha .!Mabtoo Uooaa; ■vrane, Ftfth and Main i PaaMDger luaroad.—Yellow Oma-Omaa Llcftto-Bonte from tha cocaex of Third and lawrmma rth and Walnnt; mie Flfth.Wi aaiwaa Jaarl anA _ t Foorth straets toWeshiraton ■¿art ftrttto No. 7—Wsrttinrton rtrart rtaffirt Fr«rt rtrart.to ^KMctHosen s HaR and Obaaac’s Gai fitau TIsm, «rery six minatoa CoTtortóa City Roilwav.—Fsma Otnelanati side p.rnaieB biMge to Ba^toKitfa and Mailasasto fibviartasi. Newpovi,Y:k>vtagtM * dncianaU rtnnrti end weipenrton bsM»a ft. ft.-, -Fram Cln-ftaw.Maiv. Stam^ SedamsTilto Stiert ft. B.-Fiom emnnr rt Fifth and ^yarMsUMata toSadawarilkksiartzZk CeesSae^i    A    A—jfrom mmd ofS^IxKgjG^Te RTonni^ wimOtm rmd mbA eeiDffiterles. Pap<t wert of the Britton Henan. Mt. Anbdm A Cincinnati Stiert ft. R—Ftem the teener ofFifth and Main ris Main,Lib«etr and 8/«a-■Mve streeta, to Mt. Anbora. BEKEVOLENT ASSOCIATKMfS. Children’s Aid Society of Cincinnati, School and Homa, Park, asar Fooalh. Orgaaiaed Hi bwr 29,1809. istt ______________ __________ _____________ ' of a mils north rt oor* Ontinnffl House of Beftrm, east aid* CnmmlnsriUe road, about three tearths i narrtton line* Cinmxmatii:i niao. (Mtee, City BaUdlags. •ar Csrihas^ OmmmTmA atda Kerooth Eighth. CatirtU City Ibfinnary, , Plum, betvoan Seventh aaA Etabi <Xty Dispefitary, earner Loe«weith aad Oeatnl avc- the Hmme rt Cincinnati Hoe^taTtesaaeT^ftiftheaid FUua. Cincinnati C^bsn Asvlum, Mt. Aitafifi. Ctncinflati üniou Bewel PuUic SycTBBore and Broadway. Ccmvent of the Sister» of St. Franeis of tha Fate, I (Hrthwof t eornar Lytle and Eart Third. Convent of the G<K>d S^pherd, northwest aaaear Brt-millm s"d Dank.' Convent of Sk.Fniiois,esrt ride Tin% beiwoea Uh-er.y and Oraen. Convent of the Staton rt Mrter, oooth oida FSartk. between Central avenue aad Jaha. Cineinnati Stoamboat Mates' Binevolaat fianrtolitel, a Fablic Isindiag. GoodSaaaaritoa Haopifrd, ooathaaat tanoot fltatti and Leek. Hebrew Rrtirt Aoroeiatioa mooTJna at 9 o’clooic. Home of the Fclendloaa, S7 Wort Coocrt, wart of Can* tral avenne. Hoaooapotthie Diapoaoary, Mfi ftaoa, hofieasn Biihtft and Ninth, ewish Hoopital, eoner Third nad ftoem L^vomtcky, 1C9 &aiith,Abeve Foaith. Sortety, 89 Wort fttxlh.    _ Fretoatant Home at the Friendlem and IrtnaU Qaar* dian 8aciety,»M W^Goart. 8oldiero> Hama, FI Bmt Ttaid street SoMM’a. ftrthah VWak, btawaan Bfoeman ant 8Uzd and Lecture on Aretle E^lorations anfi Life AmoBW the Esquimaux, By Captrtlix C. W‘. SC.A.1^. HAMILTON—THURSDAY EVENING, Oe<»niber MIDDLETOWN—FEIDAT EVENINQ, Daoember ** DA^^N-SA-ftiTOAT EVENING, Dec. 4, rt 7)<. The Lecture will hewnstmted by two taurge nkapsrt tbe Folar Rerioas, and the relic* Of Sir John Franklin’s Bxpedi&m. Tho Eteiaioaaax FaaoUy wtil spin Urtlr Winter Arctic Cootcuna. Admiadrti Me. irOTICB. CiHCiinrATi, November 29, 186». mHE ANNUAL MEETINO rt the StockhoWers rt J. the Ohto Umchimm Works, tor the ^tlou of m-Toctors, wlU be held at the oMce rt the Company, No. 43 Broadway, on SATURDAY, tbe 1st day of January, mo. betwmn the S. A. Rakxih, Secietary.     . COMMlffiffilOR MBRCBARTR. WnJSOff, MfiUSfM 4 GOey POJRK PAOKKB8 Si. John a Flam.    _ 8k. Lnke’a Hospital, wmihwort eodnor Fmnklia aad Braadway.    .    v Widow’a Hama, Mi. Aubten. __ Caloted Orphan Asylnm, B»rt Wataat MBft.krtftean Baading road aad MaaWoy pOta EXPRESS OOMPANIE8. American Mertoants’ Union Sxpnm Ooaopaay. Na mW.Feaith ok. Prank CUur^Asña*. Adams Ehprem Company, No. Cl W. Foaith as. L. C. Wair. Agoak _ Cincinnati Trimator Co. , 98 XT ThM stomk United Statea Exnram Ca;, Ofitoa No* Ut W. Faarth atraak d. J. Mcadanoa, Agaak Foople’s iNmiateh, 118 Wert pMith attoOk Star Union Line, 27 Wert Thlrt etoeek City Expiem Tranator Co.. S Mmchaott’a IterimafO. South %ot« Fart Frelitet Una, 181 Wataut ak. ThoA J. Gattiar, Agenk WUte Une Centrrt Transit Ca.. 4» W. Foorth at, J. H. Foote, Apenk Great Weetani DisMt(di, 122 W. Fourth atraak Merchants’ DUpatw, Office, 118 W. FOarth atraak Hand Express Co., Office, cormoc Fifth and Horn* streeta.    _ ysftftiKfl. Newpert Ferry, toat rt Inwraaea strask Covington Ferrv, foot rt Oeatral aveniw. Ludlow Ferry, root rt Ftfth street. Dayton Ferry—East Front snd^Haaea streets. Suspensión _BrWg«* tort af Walaat skraata, PUBLIC PAftXR CityFarikattaatad wart aido Flnm. hriwaaa Si^th and ^th.    ^ Hepktaa Fazfc, oorair Mk fiAbum aaaaaa and Saan* Edtm^^. east rt Deer ereek and aaftlt tg ffiNKt sirattt* Lincoln Fork, situated wart alda rt Freamaa, wmx Clark. Washingtrai Fark. rttaatad north aida Twalfth, h«* tween Race and Elm.* BVXtd>nm lCA.TBRXAJb. mm. CffLVMBlA PLANlNfi AXD Commission Merohamto {No. ftl Woaft OftftAl NCroota Flooring^ Mill. BUSSiyUk btitbs ib Co: X*. 17 RK B ooiranumiT ON MftMMi Doors, Sasli and BUndf j; wutma/xmm ooa okzcm

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