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Cincinnati Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 3, 1869, Cincinnati, Ohio THE CHRONICLE. XT«ry D*y (ludAy* Ex®«pt*d.') TrMM». nan Y. •y *W y««r, by    to 9y lb* aoDtb ..75 By Urn    rtoitfc    m ♦wltlNBri TEiUió—W KEK L Y. fliMi» POi»y. t yi>jr _f* M tluboii*».    *W la^oOttoU »y of »ti«b fa» 14' WWklT. ADVnmsUH» BAT»—Bta^toyA ri ESI: -jMiSr •Wwi.ATi £.».?»« <». K*. 171 the new*. TIm ctMloat roett|>(o itr «te 1m Tte HtpAMkit te^ CAfriod *• L^la-OMV af MMMlPffL Jote C. IfcooVfaiHn    bttt^did mif) ; t VOL. 2. CmCINIiATI, FRIDAY ETENING, DEICEMBBÍB & 1869. KO. 389. Bsxnrr of president!< h^aob. DeUao teitmmt SvperTlsorsUfs »r A^pUioioboiMéo *»-*ir ^ » thoMMKl OB vwmry Mllloty to Jtov Xtto oai toeoAIym. ^Cte Steoitf o£ -Ceeteetoe oowtfy, 0.« vm 4«m Ml or Ito Vy te MTtltfo yoM to Mow York ttteOte pewBt yoAt. to dsto, MQ^OOO ■tetiü teAM Boo Vtto, totoiiltt t?.«to Otr- Pmttii acid tadod tte tnmbte of a iMvber K. W. GrtMT ia ChiMw. WedwMay SKto of a teak fa Bwftoeflaad. wte i4 to toto cwntoy vito toMt t9^ tnmm^ Ftvicátooolteotioat fcr LioomI- d«rlAi* NoVMibAr, «W»    luorvaw    #r 19 !■» 199AIIJ W hitmiaFyf iLÉto. ooi CteoT Jwtet KMia. of lova »qM««ao, Co«t, *¿Jf JTr fh f V-MaA StototCir. iJteSlFiSSAtoAto vMto Visa PmiAeMhtiiS te* Hoto denieo, boTiag atated. .to IteJ/altoA Mail tiv..:- Hatoi •oppoitod -.«wíSí?:rí5§ríSs: Wteii. oiktor > mi axaratl— at CblMQpi» »■ to* toto toac. toa Saya— Tveirtj) -ttedv ^aw JigWy 'Joalitsaa of tte yaw, toj^áataA 9 «to topate toar •» JtoOaoa ^aty Xloviea Fcrdinaad. reeetkUj toa IBaokaar MVte «alLiyontea toy «Atoé »alAiti tatoao gioa I sMA M^arHy—a yat* »*w tot yawt*t rato af Tvfaty-OM toaottai aio toaiA teat. A aatan to* aufartlr } i3anEassasia:int^ - It ia Balad «tet tte oltitoda of tte Manaooia toaaaaaaaay baaa af a toaefla «toeaetar, ato «Oe* toaatoMto a aaaap aftelaaB toawto amiu nUICES OF STITE OF IIIDIIM. ItoUutotetti FrcibytoriaB KaaaoriAlFRRd Fital ttAihwftAd ljoeid«nt at Canton, Ohio. Ha«n «f Ohrtetiaa CaaTeaUoa. Senator Brownlow 6ow to Washington. Dailj Poakati trvm VaakTiU* U It. Loaia. :t «Í Troopa from New TariL FEUriAM RAID OX CAMARA. cvBAv Mtnmmm t% n taptoxid. Diaaatlafiod Monnooo to bo Sqoolched. BXW TOAK SUtCTlOB FBAUM XXP08XS. VmUmmmUmm •r WyloB Cotorltlos. «aroyaa —iiw OaaaplBay AfaiBat PmtOR. IBFOtTXD LAXDINOOf AFDTHIK EXFKDmON. lATU FBOK HATKXV iSltTmiimDM. FROM WASHINGTON, ISpwial IHspatcb to tbe CbrMtiele.1    ; Washihgtok, Deoeoater 8. THE PREsiDEarr’a irk.<«AOB. Tte Preskteit eaw no riaitont this moniinij^ beiaf; occupied In patting the finishing touch to kia measaga prcpantory to Uylog H be-for* th« Cabiiiet, which aaot at aaon for tte purpose of having it read at length. |T covers abcmt eighty pages of manuacript |# tte Preaident’s conrse handwriting, being odw of tte ahorteat rueaaagwr sent to Gaograas for nanr yearn. XA DZXAXO AX1> THE 8TPER VUOB8HIFS. An exroneous pnragraph, to the effect that CoHuniMiooer Delano, in his report, wiil rec-onantend tte abolition of tte oSoe of Huper* viror of Internal Bevenue, baa obtained éur-leocy. Mr. Dala no wüi make no Ihck reooirw aaendatioa.    Boott. FHOM new YORK. [Spfwlal Diafatcii to the Chraaidr.]. Naw YoctK, Dateukar 3. Tte aaitowr markai in working eani*» from day to day, and borrowers were oflered currency inlaige block» at tte legal rate. There wera no ordeaa raaaived for enrrenoy this morning from the West, and bankers report the flow of curren^ in that direotion m haring almost entixely ceased. There was an increase of businaaa in banking circle*,and the general tune of the streot ia favorable. In accordance with tte announcement made by the Secretary of the Trenaury, tte Sub-Treasurer yesterday purchased one million of bonds, (Sinking Fund). Tte bonds purchased ware 5-208; tte rate, 110 12-100@.110 84-100. To-day the Sub-Treasurer will oler for sale one million gold. The<Murrying rate for gold is 7 per cent. GoM at 10:25 A. M. waa firm at 1221; 11:45 A.M., 122i. Goremmente o|pctiéd strong, with an advancing tendency. Sferñng excha«ige is very steady at 109 for 60 day bills. The stock market is strong, with a prospect of an advance on the entire list. The balance in tbe Sul>-Troasiiry at the close ▼e«ter»Iay wm F87,606^207. There is no ftirtker infoiination this morning, jn xegard tn tbpa frauda is the TteanaxnitoaiMnka» af anasaM an the Rtrcet aatoyaBito faaUirMted, but nothing yery reHahle run be aaeertained. Tte    rtkf    tAnxif'    amet    firm    re- BT^wrtedoweiwBtdt* Ext^nnkgeyealcgtday, will, we lenm, be a very bnd one. RoAltoWa f - I THU WBaViEB. , fa to# fniisr storm tecoéitonáeé tbbmAming and continued until the ground was covcreo. for the first time this winter. REPORTS ABOYT THE TROOPS, it is krii'ege# tkii the masreiaaBt éf Jkoops FROM COLUMBUS. 18|>ecisl Diwiatok to toe Chroniste.) Coi.out^ Daoamter I. nn caiRtmAX cowfEvnwr. Ifo< of tte afternoon seaaion of yeafordiy waadevoladto Ite randiag mad adrytien ^ Bcaofution* ptMcteed by tte Oommittee aiá mm dalsgates. The In* aeeiea Teferred^ qoeatioR of tte Bibla in tbe pi^c scteols. They baant, with Justice $tory¿ that tte **Bible .ia-A.^ jreUgáoa» but not m-thifi vicitrfiy la to toapture agatteringof men who are believed to have formed a rendexvoos preparatory for a Fenian raid ^n Canada, ^me time agojPenernl O’Neil, ccpruHt%l<a' of tte F«dM foteqi Vsted «n oeder |b the teetbcrkood t# tte eflfot that b#ote sffother «rinéer bn»4>atoed,AMra|ta dkciateanlap wcmld be resorted to by the, Fenian forces to achieve tbe oUects of the Brotherhood. For the pn^ taro    neat    acrtivity    ha» exigtbd at the Fanfan hesdquarters in this and other cities, and immense numbers of men have been enlisted, who have been assured that before long they shall find work m. do in achieving the todfpeudwn’f-.pJ -fiyiand. It is conchkkd thaf iL* «i oopa are to be imme-to the Canadian border dijtody tiaiiiipMAd to tbe Uanadian border in •iwr to ttuStoODiate the possible Fenian raid. Another report is to the eflect that the trqops are to oapgustoupother Cuban axpcditioiuwhich lage teiw~nptf mauy distant fh>*PWmrcRy^ Tne trod^ left mlfcs thm quarters early this morning for their 4es-tination. KLECnON FRAtma. NuiiraaiJtetSglhát i#m9s4fffr*ds h* been perpetrated at the last election; that he keid prooik, and the perpetrators would be brought a aectáñan kuniq awd ww keliovo that its dovo-tianal swadiBg in nor eekeobi, wkkooC note oc comasent, ncstkcr trenctes upon tte rigfalb of«|; te^acINo»* te rktetia tte sight of ^vaiA 'TaágidHH; tlif tte aifn^>^    u fovoa- of tte ezdnaitMi of the Bible from our uAaati» aW ftaiasiii tbe    cacltoioe of every religioas sentiment    from our otteol bofllca, aanl* tte lip* of the wteher wi^ rsfotwtkce toeiwcy rel|g»oua psaacpt, asaismur-gunttto aftkHpn» «• ite auprenio |gw of our ateoute tte» renderifg them,    inataad    of less, obpeetioBable to tte Boauua Catholic Church, aad imperilinglhe very existence of L Otoaan. Into sf to* MtoTing totp Psrlnssnto, toow ndstoHtoteMMi Tb* Xafar b aa «U effear. ksv- > tbisty-sigbt yosaia tbs —’«km •nto, hr wUk to* mnk to Captaia, dto and sdtor «te lat of wsaEk January, tte Uagto (*to to ywsfi. bnlf — ■—ii nr autoer, far prs-paU tots—Kbtow—r tos L attsd Stntsa ato toa Uattto BaulanitoO—U Bttoste ato Itilss I, wffl ba rr-Anesd to *x esBta-Sbrw penee. IT mot prapa**, «r laetoteatel    * tas to,atf a—*s-«bi —wRiitoitotaHi iiidMl>ssitte.aad L H. M. nuMTt, V ■. ManbaB, Cbntoss A CarrtMlom A Baxatt , WsltarH. Tsytoe, ,J. D. Tte' s¿—d aeiie* fenohres that G<^ is lay-iug j|nyHiit qff|i|*tiósi# pa .His i^fdo to moré eammt eSbrto; that ftie wonderfiil prof-irfDUBta’y druyiidga IQui'uifitte'*» of >t 4> mewe guM% Waih hr voqsteed of profaned Chrístíans to reclaim the worldly-Rks#^ aucT Smim»- á larger “a^^^ce cNi thé pdbfle W4»ship df God; fu* among tte aMS* hnporiant and effi to punishaient. *AlCHAB9DueB» igtTAftBBtD. All tte papera Have ¿ktendbd dildg^ upon Bichardson. FRQ^ INDIANAPQLIS. the <^itoIcl«.V I - • IWllMHAPftuA, Ilft>.; ■ iWllMHAPfttaA, flVAUBBaaarr or BiMAWA A atatssaes* of Wm public ' debi, made up to the cloae of tk*, present fiscal year, shows that tkeie'hM bee— redeantod $1,686^868. The amouiit yet outstanding* is* $1,845,696. This may be considered a very gratifying ex hibit of another year of the Kepublican party^ in 8tate affidrs. amooii TtnnrXwrwRAWEir. Tbe school fund has been increased something over $55,0fa. ' Tte balance in the State Treasury <m the 1st into, was $266,926 82. rAiw4w-4i.ku» T<44jactujua. T fSi*afn C. P.‘ ffaflTectutto here (fo ^iday and Saturday of jiext week. PRESBATERIAK XEXORIAT. ETKD. The Presbyterians are organising to raise their prc^rtional amount of the fiye million aseaaefial food. Itiaate» ppapoaad tn build A German' and a colored ^urch bs a local mooument of thanks for the reunion. FROM NASHVILLE. rieut meaaares for Wibgiug i*alkh«d«|a to t&e ckorck, are tte boikling of ntose placea of «Worship, eoBvcnieat of aeoaaa to rim people, giving cteerfoJ and bcaHy welcome to all ^ko COMB, aud especially qrslematic, thoro««gh, ooudnued visitation of tte people at tkeir homes, and faiTiting tteñ to tte boato bfCfod; that tte bréer btegted by tbe Ewao- . Piepiimiotw wOwWiLfokdi lo n»*kh Hue of [Special IHspatch to tb^^Tuentele.] Kashviixe, December $. OAB.Y PAUABTS 90UtolS. of KeagUtey uriieat AlBance for observing the fr* weSt in jmuiary aa a aanaon of spee^L tn tte Ckritoinns of {wajer be «dad WW-te. Lutes pupeas to day eoutain a card tom Mk iuaney, stotoUif to pto ap-fl.to* to Ms awa as—*v to to laaute *>» >r Alton toto ItoCaale aa Ke« mtebdteto tobara OUpalvftous ta to pasead U tb* 1 sa aa to laaan Bs es wtattot^ MeOsato ateafautopsU ii«tto •arrrtto tba Cssnag; tte to AB—'d by bbU absnid ,T2rj??£ir!5: lag iaia tte -2M66i¡SÍ2.í¡r veglaters to AáMxieaa Uam to 0hiu; tiu* the fauB tea auw ea—a when tte paruMuagifa uad gfacce of CXtoiatian wouien ^euid bacelled mto aysteaaatic mud prrmauent ikat ffodj aujplrea of >bitoiiiBas mau that a lai^ portiou of their time and means be devoted to tte furtherance of His kingdom. . Tte Conimittee on Re«*lutionf», tlirougU Han. £. £. White, reportad that all true Chri|k-tiama are teethrcn; that this unity ought to be more fully manifoeted to the world for the honor ofLhrist; that there should bp more ootutcay and kindness between tbe ministers and memben of different denominations, by more frequent exchanges of pulpits, and by mutual labor in the various fields of the ¿«orfi’B viueyard; that we beseech the Lord to visit Seempooae to eeeelel*! thauiliey-BhaiFhe incited to larger and better catholicity of foitk and pturpoae ~ to our common wpric Bw^tehl^. i|io —naa. uf Ch «■r innfamvbnddn of m«i; U ia o«tr duty to impmw npon our bret tte Ifrimuh dtoxuh, that while they etv ftpBchiae, dvil atH rrligiona liberty in the rait«>d fttaica, they aitonld, in tte fear o/ God, aU uautod J*BM Milteteabaan on ■M, 0-, far sartal Bays, laátrteU far sy wllb Yatratin* Sotter, to Bhoot Ysiaatlai Uattar, wb* krte thpa #f r\joy tlto smity aiaa ksnU—Ito tte lamaiai to Vmrn toto xm^it ssskto, InRentínga «ates te tJ|t4'ajK Me great kmdiulican psuyan to Lhrtrti-rm, yastorday aternfsiw kel4 a I — tte toOy totte tot* A. P. n toamafo, Itrar but te St xhr protest with u» against any control, by Eqro-pcon eccWviastics or rulers, of whatever affects the well-being and progress of civil and religioas liberty in the Bepnb-(tel we oaten# to Par» Ilyaointhe our Christian sympathy, and no less to tlsose IRHfFVnMMnia w1h> propose to ask of the Boman Coanseil d teversion of its ban against tte Christian patriot and martyr, John lla^w, of Pragtin; tkiat there ^<mld be a larger attendance at tte weekly prayer meetings of the Mtmterskip of the church, with an eanieu desire to aid, as for as in their power, in making alt tte exercisaa deeply spiritual and prufit-abla.” Henry Morebotma, G. II. Brown, of Pm|bs, and Mciwrs. Btalcy, Thompson, and Moore, Book part m the discusrion of the topic, “What ii tte progress of Christ’aMlffiaui iu owrxipdst, and how may lte9fl*aY«FGoine?'’ Tte Ckmrention selected Cleveland fng the next meetinf,¡Ste eOcers to fix tte time. The topi^ iTow may a general revival of vrligfan tfaro^hout tbe Htato and couiUty be seauradf’ was dimuaaed by D. lo. Moody, Hr—id—t Hnward, nf Ohio University, and ottMPra. A aiu sugu uf$nilhiy wia aabl ta the Young Man’s Ukristiao Aaaodaticm ,qf New Y<>»k. *term—lCatoiemawS%p^¿h<*wasdii<rósaed by Rev. Dr. Pratt, af Ftoitamaiith, and Bev. J. W’. Osborn, of ColumboA »»M*n, of »t. lAdte, I». XalTs, of Cleveland, Alillec and llaady, preaanted the ctaima of the American Cbristibn Commission. Exceedingly interesting addresses ware drliverad by Meaars. Ckidlaw, Moody and MUkr, urging sinners to flee the wrath to tally around the croee of Christ. daily packets batw— here and 8t. Looia, in CB«^ tte tradas stop running on tte North-wurttru BaTfuog. awfAtroR B»oww.oas^ Accompanied by kia family physiciaa and fiunlly, left Knoxville yesterday for Washington, to be prdsent at tJle eommcncement of Cougacas. UtoAMCWPAVXOat TrtB* CraLEBRATUr». Tlic colored people aw renlcfng preparattons for tbe celebration of^ilm anniversary pf the Fteancipatioa Pnaiiamatiun on January 1. They hava applied to the Uotne of Repre-sefrtstivto for the use of their hall on the oc- ADDmONAL RIVER NEWS. [8fiecisl Dkpateh to tte Chraaide.] Marietta, O., Deeember A Rivw rising, with twenty-five feet water In the channel. Up—Rebecca, for Wheeling; Belle, for Pittslnirg. The Charmer left hara for Cincinnati; she has 300 barrel* apples for Cincinnati. New Orleans, and a fair trip for Weather clear and cold. PiTTBRirBG, Daocmbcr S. At Oil City tbia morning the river was •tght feet and falling.    Weather    ex tremely cold. The river at Grecnsbteo is five faet six inches and felling. At Brownsville there are five feet three inehaa, and falling slewly. The Monongakala is ra-ceding rapidly, with fourteen feeC^ ha the channel’ at noon. No arrivaki or departures    except    towboats    aud tugs with coal tows. Only ifoout half kaaa departedjthe others awaiting a lower stage of water. 'iTje St. Charles will arrive to-nighU She has been detained by high water. In addition-to «te fotauar coal shtaaa—«a. JbcmoHP, Va., Daoember 2. In tte Bouid of Trade to-day tte oommittee appointed to invite Governor Walker to visit the sewsiona of the Board, found the Governor ,iuat leaving Iho city, hut were informed te would visit tte Board on bis return, in a few daya He tendered his thanks for the oourtaey extended him. Mr. Lasrrence, President of the National Tobacco Association, was introduced to tte Board. Delegules of tte Memphis Board of Trade were rcgitoercd. The nishiess programme was then taken up. Tbe tenth lu^positkm, uniformity in incoi- ahtpaa—ta, itere are the following:    For    Cincinnati—Samao% with 110,000 oushels coal and 25,000 baate els coke; Veteran, 60.CJ0 bushesa total to Cincinnati on títis rise, one' millir“ six hundred and four thousand bushels. Ear Louisville—^Hira and Picket with 156,0t$ bushela; total to loouisville, two million oua hundretl and fifty-six thousand. Grand aggregate of shipments on this rise, five milli— tlireo huiMlred and Hcventv-two thoii«4ui»l. If the w ater <1o«m not go <lown too rapidlA there may b* a lew other shipas—ts, but tWa is not certain. The weather is cloudy and odI#b. Tbermometer 37®. A diaasterto tte tow'uf tbe steamer Ba9 son. by striking the Steubenville bridga laR night, is reported. No partioulara. This |g the only accidewt heard of.__**    j Xaauft Dii$paAohe4 FROM CLEVELAND. Allklra of the Beoond Hational Bank, CiarvEuuiD, Decewher 2. The B^xtrd of Directors of the Second Nkt tlonal Bank completed the examination of Ito ade a books and accounts this evening, and mi public official Rtatdhent of the extraordinary defelcalion of J. C. Buell, fete cashier, con cerning which there has been great excitement in the community, and in financial circles throughout the country. Thevsay: ^*T>uri«»g Mr. tetell’s long emtitcetion wkh this bank, as teller and cashier, he had the full confidence oribe Directors and customer»of the b—kj but now we find that that confidence had been Byt>tematically betrayed. The paeéent and condition of- his di|fslustfeÍ> and BhstJtoAlima Wore stafed fe « UNflBOaÉhdum uwjaaBÉh( I ttí^is death. proMred by him juf<r~previous and left for the information pf the Directors, whWi we telioT^RlUft'a earcrol inv—ligation, to be cprract.^ 7^1*» »bpwa-that he luid abstract ea froni the retorveTi fund, which was In used New York drafts not shosriKon our bo^ks, $120,000; drafts on Neir York correspondent, $25uOOO: oovared under fefeo entry pt feaa to city of Cleveland, ílOOjOOO; draft on Now Ygri^ witk wkiak Uuted Jfateo bonds were purchased, bu^not yet fi^nd, probably dh- the propt atfkctcd, $80,000; five-4wtnilies, P«>pérty of tte bank, abstracBed, $6,000. He had also abstracted from the securitiee held as coTlatcr-als, End on deposit with the hank, United Ktafea bonds to the lumonut —^$81,000; add prtoHÍlife on ^orernmdift    jFr    $fi,#0O, givtetfat aggregate of hixi—AkutiO^ $477,000. fadiüi|g fUscxMtoi at» cImu of paper fDYm amounf dr $90;'0l0 fuuie than was known to or authorised by the Directors, and in whi<^ atRce his jieuth, p aiqiea» he was Uuu—fed. «disróunts were craicealcd from the Board PXP»? If fj thu bills 'for* oflteed for discount, which passes daily tefc the Board, and placing them taupeiflewy the bundle of biUs discquBf^ thus tugventing thfeau ftoa «Muaiag’^bofous—• B*aM,*or going on Bo the isgiMer, which is reviewed uueltly. On this paper we éxpect an nhimate hou, but tte DiiUotova tefeevt that it wilk iuii iirr(rijr niet from parties to the paper^ from .aiwwa known to belong to the ewtateuf Ifoell.** The LHrectors then show that the surpl— actualijL «aauRuiatcd was    63,    froaa which doduot the «Initiation of $447,000, leaving to cover possible losses on bills dm-oatutod ahaowreteared tc| *í2,848> USk ; They than ooutiame: *'The Directors ktelievo that thin eYhihit of tte oonditinnof. tte bank, will aatisfo you that the Dusi its stock is worth at least par, and —SBBlrfMas—fe9> TwcasBaVBtt loss, and thvt «Mthfe tte bank to f tte retain its U position, tte Diractom, after a caraful consideratieti of tte —bjeet, have deeded it expedient to call in, under aufhority conferred upon them by the stockholders, an addition to the capital stock of $200,000. “H. Garrettson, formerly President of the Cleveland tenking Comptny, has ba^ appointed Cashier. \i*JosEPtt Pereihr, ‘J. Wad^ *'Geobgx B. Elt,. “Dire^éófs.*’ Tbe capital of the bank is $6(X),00(kdRd the increase proposed will make it $C00,000. Pub-idence in the '    '    ' lie cotifit bank is not imxtaircd. FROM PHILADELPHIA. General Byttod of ttie Befftrmad Ohttfok. FROM CANTON. fflpeetol Dfapatrh ta tl—O—mitla.] Casitox, O., Decaaober 3. ' ATLI.ED Xt A RATERO AH rR08«im. ^ man named Snyder, a rwident*of Guia-bujg, .Stark county, while crossing the railroad ‘witk ki* |ayp| aMhq fo^^f Tuscaraw— stretoT yeaterday afternooiT, was caught by the expiyw nmnÍH west.was    ^l^lly ed, and oi|e of hwas Hlled» £01^11 > flle< iop«bec *d^ the igyp'h comfie^y datno^l^. Snyder is barely“álive, ana will not survive the afternoon. This makes the foprth man killed at diis croshing withfa the last three yearti. TUE ur>:ATiiEB Is clear —d etdd, wUh one inoli of «low cm the ground. FROM CUBA. Bhootinx of negroes and Chinese -Epidemic Diseases—Europoaa Ofdoers Bnreliabl*. New Yuiuc, Deoemher 3. Later Havana letters state that fifty of tlie leaders of the negro ánd Chinese <*fm«plrators, in and near Bagua,!^ been shot, and three hundred lashes sdmiiihHered to all the others. Chokers, small-pol and fi Trr nfinti—B to rnga at 8*n Jago, flie deaths aver^i^ from 25 to 80 per «Isy. Gen. l>espa kms 10,660' Bpanish troops with him at Cm«co Vitkaa, but can not mate any proprrwa Gen. Fuella, dltkioiigh reínfoiVed heavily by European tro^'s,asks leave to abandon Puerto Principe, a* tj[iB . Europ^i oflit'ers conspire against him in every projecte<i movement. It is repiirted that another expedition from the I'nlud States had landed on the souHiern shore of Cuba. FROM HAYTI. Balnave Conceiittrating.,;^opp8—Foreigners A General On tJñproteetec Outlawed. N«w Y<»rk, December 3. A Poto-o«'$*riBicc'' letttíF df Ike 10th iilt. states that Sainare is concentrating alt his trooM, placing cannon wherever there js an availalte ¿«osition, in defense of the citv. Tte palace is conimaucTed by cannon, and it Is his intention to pull down buildings in the neiglv borimod to render its possession secure. It is reported the craw of the steamer l*eqnod had ÍOUwdÜBHEid, ’te'** vea—1 to tkiAEaKtilwtluiúats. At present there is not a single man-of-war of any nalirm W port to protert foTeigners. GeBeral Vil Subin, who was pfeo^ in r CO|U- of Biaoton, has disappeared. CLeva-lier, OT account of Ws tr^ hery, has been de clarad outlawed by Preaideut Salnave. Phii.a1iei.phia, December $. In the OeBMval feteiod of the Héformed Church, the contested seats from Iowa were considered last evenii^ and part of to-Jar, without acti<H(. The question of reorganizhig the fflurch, so fer as the General Synod is concerned, was next considered. A resolution was onerad that the Special Committee on the Bevislon of the Constitution be instructed to re<-omineiid some action. The resolution was lost. Tlic s])ccial committee on Revision reporteil, and the whole subject wa.x n*commilte<1 fothe original conimittee, which was rin.‘i>ii'-tructed and enlargeil. The ConimitU'C on Nominatfens reporteiL The nomination of delegates to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Chnrch was stricken from the raport, inasmuik as Jhere waa no afpuraoce tfe* Hnck del^cates^ ^«gh cordiallv receivetlhitKerto by the New nch<^ Assemblv, would be received in the same way FROM RICHMOND. Watinnal Botwdof Trad» Baoond I>aar*a Pro-•aadinga —Ora»Uon of n DapwrBmont of Commeroa Damandad. pofation laws, was refared to the Kxectttive Coon Touncil. Tte ekrvcnth proposition, a Government department of commerce, was than taken up. A resolution was adopted thait CoagrBBS hm requested to eatabliah a new department known as tte DapartmenÉs^of Commerce, to wkich skall be raferred qeicistions coamectad with our and domaatlc trade. A eommittee was nted to memorialii» "Congress to that prop«MÍtion originated with tte Bal Board of Trada, and wss endorsed anpoli efiéct. The timo re______ - in aMacteM bv Mesan». Opdvke, York; Wetkerall, of PkiiasUlf Chicago; Rapee, of Boaton; Cinifiniinri, nad otkers. 1« w tliat tbe Trenaury Depnrtaaent of New ; Hnlkdi Cfeek,. of B ariund kndTka kanda too Itall to attend to tte mctroaeiÉfle q|UR» tMBis of the «BRiatrT. Tte coaBmereial ebaar monity wanted n departnaewt' on a footing with otter depmrtmewt* of tte Goremnient, with smne easinei* mareteat at it* kiead. , I* Grant Brhahi tkfe ted been dooR and John Bright, President of tte Board of Trade, had baen put at its band. The merclmnts of ^his country wanted á man aft«r tlkeir own way thinking to fey tliMr wants before Congreaa. As diangs are now, tte mercantile and maiiu-feetnriag intcrasts of the country are in pmt-tieufer »arge .of ptwfessfonal men, who are not femlKar with their wanta It was time to lay pohHeiann aside, at least in tliese matters. The rmofation was adoptad almost unani- momdy. Tte’ Cincinnati Board of Trade, the Com td Flour Exchange of Kiclunond, atol the Commercial Exchange, of Petereburg, were admitted. The twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth and siudeéntli propositions, referring to tte improvement knr the General Government of tte Ohio and Mlssimifqai rivem, and bridg ing the same, arere referrad to a committee to kw reported. The aeventeenth proposition, askii^ tte regufetfen mt xailrond freight ekargee by Gkm-grass, waa postponed till to-merrow. Tte eijdHkeanth propoeition, wkiok comes from tte Cliieago Board of Trade, urges the eonstroetion, under a charter from tte General Government, of a doukde-traek railroad, to lie exehHtvely fer transportation of frelglu from tte centre of tte chief sooaoe of supply «if grain nnd prodnoe in tte Weto to tte Bear kwÉld.    a Mr. Richnrds, of C2iirago, addreseed the Board in supqravt of tte }>copositiou. H» showed that in tte last ycv two-thirde more freight-was carried from Chicago eastward by rail tlum kv water. In ten venn from dów not fjirai» wVMld {MU»s enstwaM by the Tte Iowa and Missistdppi'now one bushel oF| Erie canal. oarrv leas freight than is grown aUmg tkeir borders. The rail is fest doing away witk water transportation, whi<k is too slow, and not cheaper than by rail. He was replied to by Mr. Monroe, of Dubuque, advocating the supSriority of river linca. Mr. Taylor, of St. Paul, move# to amend the proposition ae aa to provide for railraadB from San Diego, California, along the route of the 34th paraUei, to Norfolk. Mr. Witberen, of Philadelpliia, moved a furoviao that the road be built without UovBnx-ment suheidy, either ia money or in fends. Mr. Walbridga, oi Naw Yoric, offsrad aa a subatUttte a resolution i^uesting Conyana to exercise whatevmr eenstitutiounl power it poe-seistis in the pasaagp of a national railroad few, authorixing five grand trunk railroad SECOIID EDITION. FIYK 0*VI*C* P. *. mBUM OF JOXMMnrt admuhwbatiok. Dtseovery of ImmdttM Nuffii* FnMMbu AN II«N9K WKXJL ■BSTffiWED. Oen. ffitatmaa * Hamkar af temda* Army Olmk. FVmAl tFTHB LATA A. A. IlgHABOION DESTRUCnTE TORNADO IN ARKANSAN Ffttal ^hootliiR ADitr at JaeksoR, A KAN ftXOTHNElD TO DBAZK IN MOB. The Frenoh Gahle DifteiatieB Settled. CABLIST CONSriRATGJU» IN STAIN. EKeUSH H0B0B8 ¥ XL TMkmwn m|3f UEak Obtttfe FROM WASHINGTON. l^eolal Ptopatck ta the Ckronda.]    ^ Wabhumitom, Daoeaaker 8. »,i IMMHinSK FRAvna IN urthaK Ihformntion has been received here that suit has been brought In New York against Wm. Wells A Co. for tte recovery of a large amowt of <cuatoma duties npett augnrB imported by him, whidi tbe Government was defrauded by false weights. Tliis is one of a series of immense frauds lately discovered to have been perpetrated under tte kaet administration, which Collector CfrirmeH is now investigating.' CDHPUMKKT TO QKX. SBERXAX. Captain Scott Slddona, of Enghuad, called upon General Sherman this motning, to convey official notice that he had been elected a member of the London Army and Navy Club. General Skmuan, in palrioiic terms, exfeeased hie acc^tanoe of the membenhip. PERSORAIh Cnaamisstoner Parker has gone to Now York on buainesB connected with tte Indian Bureau, and ArekHect Mulkett to look aftnr tte new Poetoifice.    ScofPT. FROM NEW YORK. \    Hew    Youti    ParatWa. FVEJOUxmKnammenMfaAnAiJnmrr n. BicHASDee* at naoa to-day B. ¥i Took place Hooae. Bev. O, a sefeetion from BaifpBnra^ A tonohiqg eulogy upen the iticaiaall, giving to idle ■    -    -    -    - at the Astor read AaMvenxl 'roéúiiglMmi ’aTadMÍéti teetimony to the betmty of kfe cfel|pacter. Bev. Henry Ward Beecher followed with a tribute to the memory of Mr. l^chardsmx preaaingiiiH belief in kfepetfeet imrily af i ex- mo- tiyaa and integrity of dmraater, naeoBapaaife# with a withering rebuke to thone wbw have unnecessarily assailed theao. He conclnded with a pra^rer, and the mtrictm dosed. The rcwmins will te reaaoved thfe aftaanooo to Franklin, Mass., where tkgT «iR te ioteared. A large niunber of the frietúfe of the deceased were present, prominent among whom was Horace Oredey. Mfeatonoaaak, amfeeaed off afterward aunk. Tte coT.i.nRQr OP A marrroR narp bkco. Early this morning, during a Rafvme squall, the sirauicr Snrak, fer Phlfedelfkl%’eoÜÍded vúth tte monitor crew was raved. BI'RKIRQ OP A PETROT.SCM RItlO. Tlie brig Derfliss, at theQuarantine atwter-sue, 1«>ad«d wtib petrolenm, took fire Ihla morninn, and wOl km Atotal loss. Tte forced ttie crew «rveritoturd km sufiife• M;i>HgK JWCA1H UP A riiad ten    dfer    of Hofei, OP ruypoT !»n$Énfai '-of    fttfift asrifee# tte-lwmmé odlecra ffiia u oimkBkL Betferal (Sunj tbs aduna BrqoAiyn. at u nwuihaa ■ ten troop* vnlug In ai^ in To tte WaaOam aaooiatod Praaa. MiUTABY FROFUnunm ur MIAMI mrivjmsiTY. Cdand Waiter B. Franklin, of tte 21st In-fentryj is assigned as Military I^fessor of Miami, (Biio, University, vice Carlton, relieved. MEMBERS OF COXORESS ARRXVUto. About thirty Senalora apd twice timt num-lier of Repreaentativea hava arrived. FROM PITTSBURG. Pferdsl Pispatek to Um Cfirralele.) PrrrAarRO, December S. A TERRIBUE ACCIPKXT Occurred near DravtMburg. in this ooun(y» <m Wladnesday morning. A coal «ligger naaoed Joseph Fislier, while ^Intoxicated, firil on his face in the mud, while ctimbing the hill laad-isg to his home, and was suffocated. When diecoTored his nose and mouth were hnkiedded in mud. The wifo of the deceased was aoci- freight lines between the Mississippi and At-lauUc seaboard, at such points as capitalists may guarantee to commence and confíete these undertaktiugs. He said it was tte intention <rf Congress;, beforetlie war, to Imve given tte tiouth a Ifemfic railroad, but the rekmllion iatorfered; kmt now that the country was an homogeneoos as k bad bean once msooadant, tte inttmtiou dkoitld bo curried out. .If the South did not getitnow,let it again ana amda pTCNflnB ite p^imi. Tte North iuteaidoa ft should have justice, and it w^d get it. Mr. J^frey, of Philadelphia, indorsed what the gentleman from New York    of    the feeliug of the jieople of the NortiAoward the South..    *    . Mr. Kirkland, of Baltimore opposed the idea of the Goveroment building the road. Many States were uitorested in roe roads already buDti and foe one, Maxyfend would not be williug ko 4»» kfifi Government build a roi^ running parallel with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. Still, te would be willi^ to sro the Government aid a Southern Pactncrond, if it had guarautoea that the money would not ho uandered. New York; Lan^ of tq Meaars. Cfodyke, of New York; Lan^ of Chicago; Oarrinfdou, of Richmond, find Chittenden, of New York, garticipated fti^te debate. Mr. CktiUend^ smd tte mind of the country was niRuiug away about railroads. Tkey would be gotten raqiidly enotq^i for mermukile purposca witkout the Government building them. It wasdbe food of railway bon^ thrown upon the/boR«*ry that would nnandaily liiin it. [Lwd raififeusa.} And this Board cofild not jifeifn fta r If more onfevorably on the record by^he United Assembly. n the afternuiin session the numerous ap-pmobi to this Ixidv were indefinitely postpones, aiirpaTtice'agreeing to an amendment to the Conrtitiition, altowfiig ffie organ^tion of German classes and svnods in the bounds of tkosr prevailing^iiy    .«awwrsei, which waa sent dbwn to tftc'ultsses Ibr approval. ' Another amendment, changing the ratio of represcHtetion of daases in tlm General tenod, from one minister and elder for every yiix members, to one minister and elder for every ten members, was also adopted. In the evening session the Ifoards of Hcfne ami Foreign Missions, of Orphann’ Homes, and of the Gnnday Hchool Assorhitton. and delegates to the corresponding IxKlies, were elected. The Rev. Dr. Hidmes, delegate from the Reformed Church (Ihitch) took his leave of the %nod in a happy iqieerh. In the case of tbe Iowa classes, it was de-decided that, on account of irregularities in k>otli tkie Brandon and Wheatland meetings, neither set of delegates could be admitted to seats on the floor.    * Adjonnied.    _ FROM CUBA. New Y OBK, IKH«ml»er2. A Key West letter says news was received there from ('ulm, announcing that the revcju-tioniflts had surprised Cienfuegos, st*irwl a large quantity of provisions, cloilúng aud medicines, and then retired in g«>od- order. Intercepted letters from Spanish officers agree that there are no prosjiects of suppressing the relielliom i, ’ The Time*' Havana letter says that in tbe Cinco Villas District the troops massing there will be sufiicieot to draw a regular cordon across the island, and compel the insnrgents to abandon the country or force them to (rfve Imttle, in which they have no chance against their disciplined antagonists. E.tqplmatuíia «r yipwoaaanp tw * Itttite. BcRAirroE, Pa., r>ecenilier 2. This mormng at 7 o’clock there was a firedamp C^iosiou. at Ktnpire ui.ine, at Willces-barre. _ Wkaa work was susixmdtMl laal aight, those ill ehnrge uegfeetieci to close the doors opening iiito the slope, and fire-damp accumulated where least expe<‘te<l. '■Five luNrWre*injured. Tlioiaas Cter was badly ImrUed aboát-tltehead and face; Wm. JauMA, severely kmmed; Jas, Lewis, leg broken, nnd Chas. Qiiinit and Luke Suanlan, severely bruised. It is thought ail will recover. beforq^e world than by endorsing these Gbv- lient ernnient railroad echemea. The debate took a very w'ide ran^^ and chiefly consisted ef arguments and statistionto show the superiority of water transporation over rail, and rice veraa. After acct'ptiiig an invitation for a trip on Tuesday, by steamer, to City Point, and reinrn by rail, arid an invitation to a banquet given by the Richmond merchanta on Saturday evening, the Convention adjourned. FOREIGN NEWS. HY ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. BlVaLAJTO. Tte Tina»» o* tlto Irteh Sitoation. loOXDOX, Decemlier 2.—^The Time* considera the policy to fa^ adopted bn the Irish question. It says: ' “If we are Rot prepared to abtmdon alto^tfe^ the    functions,    we it of jjisí h demanda. We rtfimot ercuae ot&welrra from guilt in al- iftust stop the deyolojiment lowing sOch ijaischlevous delusions to be prop-agateil. If Ve leaVb ft to he inferred that »«»r legislation will be limited only by the demamls of the {leasants of Ireland, we cannot free our-selvcs from blame if contempt of law ripen into an outburst of violence against authority and ortler. We must declare a reform in the land laws, in the next session of l*arliament; but in the meantime the anthofity of law must lie maintained, and lnfraction.s thereof punished.” Kxoommanication of Bev. Mr. "Voyaey. Loxixix, Deeember 2.—The pniceedings In the Consistory Court of York, against Rev. C. Voyxey, for her«»y, have been brouglit to a conclusion. Mr. S’o'yxev was heard yestenlay in his own defense, before the Ckanoellor, who, to-day, rendefcil judgment, declaring that the charges and allegations brought against the d«i-fendant had been proved, and excluding him of Eugli from the Chiirch of England. FBANCK. OlUvler** Position Paris, Decuulier 2.—At tl»e meeting of the coBiiuittee of the Corps Lagislatifi^ to-day, Emile Ollivier said that • to piard against popular exci^ses tJicy must rally ayounu the dynasty. A Coatly Gift. Paris, December 2.—^It is reported that the Viceroy of Egv|>t has preeented to Empre^ Kngcnie a diadem of diamonds, valued at six millions of ftrancs. Parte Qui»t. Paris, December 2—8 P. M.—The city is perfccriy tranquih K» polkfeal or popular denioiHtratious whafover naYeJ>ee|i «Bfefe. *■ BOMB. Biskopa ArrlvinE. Rome, December 2.—Fourhundr^ bishops have already arrived to attend the Council. dentally feirned to death threa years aga ky fedUag into the fire in a grate. PinSBYBO UtTEKEers^ BE EOOXEB APMU At the regular montnly meeting, yesterday afternoon, of the Board of Trade, resolntfons were adopted appointing a ooouuittee to inquire into the feasibility of malting a riiip canal lictweeu PittskNirg and Lake Erie. Beeolutions were also adopted appMnt-ing. a committee to take such meksuree as will bring before tte cUiaens information an to the pnctioabilHy of haring railroad emn-rounication with tte Booth-Atlantic and Gulf States by Connellsville Railroad toUniontown, distance seventy milee^ thence to Fairmonnt, forty-three miles, thence to G: three miles, thenoe by the valley of the Tfgart, Bteariy ninety milea, to Btaunton, Vs. AOCIDENT TO TOW-BOAT AH® BAROES. The ChnmieU has the fidldwiag special from SteohenvUfe: “Ycfltaaday avMiing, tiie tow-lxM* Samson No. 2, with 14 boats aiid barges,, and 185,000 bushels of coke and coal, for Qnciimati, broke her wheel trai atifea above Bteokienvilfe. Tte boi* and toir liecaaae nnmsaaageahle, «md floated down the river. ILree of the Uurgss sunk on Brown’s Dland. The bafenee of tte tow and the steaas«r floated rafely to Stub»* ville bridjgB, wherg anetber teif« nnk and the steamer broke- her engine cem. Tte Forest CSty went to hoc assistance, and towed the Saknson ashore. Three other barges sunk near WelMmrg. Six more were sunk lietween Wellsbuig and Warrentown. Two barges and fuel kxMits were saved. W.IH. Brown owited coal and barges. Losa about $17,0(4 number of Imrges of another fleet struck the Steubenville bridjye la«t night, nnd some were damaged considerably. No luurtTenlari». FOREIGN NEWS. HY ATLANTIC C .4BLE. PBANOS. MOKEV A» noCMB. , Mooov iaire^ afeiraAt ? ga»-*««A> Gold, 1221. The Stib-Treasurcr sold $l,00(h000aboT* 122. Governments are higher:    ’62s,    113J. Stoclca active and stronger; llaw Tarit Onttral eonaolidatod, 88|; Etie^fli#; LateSteie, 80; Northwestern, 7^ FROM MEMPHIS. Contompi Caaas Piamteaad—Tte Troubfea of tte Memphis A Idttl* Bodi Bailroad— ItoAteétiv» Tornado-Ffetal AAray. Mkmfhis, Daeemkier S. The AppeoTs Uttia Beck apeeiaf soys Judge Young, of the Chancery Court, haa released all the offidahi of tte ^emfhim A Little Bock Bailroad, who were arrested far contempt, in reft»iil||f to obey* its procesa, on the i^rmmd tliat tte Jndge who had iaatied tte tqjuuotion had bq autkority to issue it. The question as to which Board ia legal b not touched upon, but will be decided hy the Snmeme Court. Presidetft Brinekley, of tte aid Board, Ins made appli ration to have tke case tntaeferred to the Federal Coart,which will be asked to dispose of all the queteiotas involved. The oAcqr» will bring suit against -ÍÍÍS5! Iwt aoilNr KROUGHIAhM;. FO-CA-BOK-TAS and tte I|U8H WfttW. BrwiflMMp Katteas faaiAg^t^nj^ae, Mraftax, Ite. KPWOI BVffiBiaW to tea fnat «tee-' w oC KlHO LSAB ax Eoolt aaw opra.     ^ FVHAT EYJttWO^ytastesf *te*eafe* WaaAa, whh raw arags Sfaft dsnasai B*^_ Waft •• Itotoraai Cte MraX «YraaSa*|' r™»»-. •.    dkicXt* o»)UH NstlBasl Tkeetre. e«.jff3i;íísis?3aer fr£H.    KlORRBffirr. Who wm year MONDAY, Í>ece*tec4 fe hisfaiai ttersmr SappaHai bv Mira jnXTE ate WK. KAUUB. Tastoay ftirTUI— UNITED CtNCINNATl srañHKiiL rOCAZ. Am> XMICÜinDtTAl. tWttCfettT BT tte raltad CtoatoBsU Swagariteed. iid*ti >F ~    ««r    ntnafihm. liwHirs 2W Vafaas eoé aa Orehcatra mt fatly MmbbI baWL btridss tararsj nrtdaat artista to Msaart Halt, «a BUlfttAY WriSufG, Dacesiber 5, ISS*. tte new Board for ámnm^ fa- felsa antefe A tnwiiMfe Feaead oveV TéU and felninton countfeayon Thursday,iuiaur|iaeaed in vialeBoe, and doing great <fem«^. A shooting afltey at Jaclcson, Arkansas, fau* . C. Levrb, feraerlv Deputy Unifed Stafess Marabai, a^ Depnty 8he^ week, kietween H. Ward, rawltod w ite death af th* fiarasar and the wounding of the fetter. ‘ Whfeky wa* tte cause.    ^ FROM OHM>AGO. Mealthof Gen. Wtiertrten - Araate for Ytofefe .inc tte Bavanue Ztown—FeraonaL *    Chicauo,    December    3. General Sheridan b gefting better every day, tfemi^ riill onnteed to kb bad. Hb iilneas, typhoid fever, has l>een vary aaWre. Qenaral HartsufiT had charge of headquartera during General Sheridan’s illnera. Wm. A. Murray, of the firm of Murray A Wataon, waoheld tobaü.yattefdjóu feJSjWO, lor removing higliwmes contrary to law. Prince* Stiuamanna and amte, from Japan, will arrive in Chicago, via Pacific Boad, on Sunday. He will remain a ofey or two, and leave for tte East. FROM THE PACIFIC COAST. Tte Orion not Found—Trrawura Kxporia— Oregon and Ariaona News. Sak Fbajicisgo, Deoemlier 2. ^ Tte revenue cutter Myanda returned from an unsuecessful search for the dbtreeaed skip Onon. The treasure exports in November were £50.000; for the year, $34,884,000. Superinfendeot of Indfen Aflkirs for has succeeded in the removal of alxM* two kundred Snake Indbns to the Klamatha reaewation. Others will go on a reaerratiun in their own coBUtry, and aowkers eiae. Ariaona advkea to Noreatiier 90aay that Governor Baffbrd and Colonai Cki^ll hava left for Washington. Bully Bueno Mill ha* been bunfed. \xd-tore ICU b al(^>ped fa repainu ADDITIONAL WAHKKT KEFOBTS. Bt. Lotns, December 8—;5l P. M.-^lour dull and nachanged; anperfian, |KI 7fi<^ 00. Wkcat firm; No. 2 red fell, 8a^fy95e. Corn dull and drooping; new yellow, in bulk, 68e; white, 72c. Oats quiet at 50(^2c^ sacked. Bve steady at 82@rac. Barley In no demand. Whisky b dull at $1 OO. ProviakHia rather exciled and aome article* Kb^ier. Pork aokl at $90 00, held at $31 00. fkty salt meat— Shoulders, lM@12J^dear aides, Ifijc. Lard better at 17t@l^ Hog" A™ wnd activa at $2 00010 some extra lota, $10 40. Novemkjer 8. ^— Flonr b dlllL iher, Toeebo,    . Wheat dull and nominally Ic lower ^ Freneh Gable Stlflloultim. Paris, December A—The reported diffioul-tiea at Paris and Washington, about the fending of th* Freudi colóle on American ;^ores, fit amicably settled. ^ BP AIK. Bisooverr of Carltot Consoiraoiea. Mabrid, Decemkjer 8.—Several Carlbt con spirados have been discovered in various pqrts of Bpain within a few days, aud a number of arrests have teen made. The authorities are taking extraordinary precautions against a new outbreak. KKGLAKD. Prepared to Bail With Mr. Peabody’s Body. Loxnox, December 3.—^The iron-clad Monarch b ready to sail wkh the body of Mr. Peabody. It b thought she will protebly remain a few days for the rest of the fleet. The cabins are drapeil a'ith Ufeik doth and white silk. PBUEWIA. Mr. Burlingame and tbe King. Berlin, Dci-cinber 3.—Mr. Burlingame had an interview with King William yestenby, and presented his credentials. The meeting was characterized with thb usual «ompUmtoit- ary sj>eecJies. _ FROM TEXAS. Larse Portion of Galveston Burned. (It Galveston, December 3. A fire thb morning consumed four entire blodts, and three-fourths of two other blocks. Tt originated in the clotliiiii CKtablisbment of Cohen Bros., corner Straa and Fremont. A high northwest wind swept the flames in a southerly direction, burning three blocks on Fremont ánd Postoffice streets, and three IdoHts between Mechanic and Church and West and Twenty-fourth str^^ets, with the exception of the stores of T. E. Tliompson, tbm. Hanlon, J. Beinstetn, R. T. George and W. T. Graraiiia^, the Texas Expre** office, J. M. C<mger, J^loe A Terry, C. H. Jordan A Berbacker. Aft unoc-ctipiéd building on Meebanlc street, and Den-nb SVeil’s residence, were the only residences saved on that thoroughfifre.    * $X 08.    UUUU, MW other. Oats are dull, with no inqulrv. Cloverseed b held at $8 4ft, with $8 00 kuA Dressed hogs a shade liattar for heavy, at $11 50(iil2 6a. Livertoo^ Deceuil>cr 3—3 P. M.—Cotton easier, but prices are not quotably lower; middling uplands, 12|d; total amount atioatj 292,000 Imles, of which 139,600 balee are American. FURS. B«} Yosr BoHday Fresents In FURS OF JOHN €. BVEIKLrS, THE MANUFACTL’HBH* At 10 Per Cent. Belaw Coat. Kg. 1S7 MftimBetweett Third aad Feurtk. Seren doors below Foarlli íRreet. nrsi CLXAKXD, RZFAIASO AHl) ALTERBO. BUBKHABDT*S 193 caxxtl 193 BCaUn Hfaoot, Batwkan Faurth and Flftii ttraati. Fan deuwd. Altered and Beptind. raoiaarai rBOCFRAiniSr rmxr a FSrrVUát la Torra Sroaa. To»oc rUelwo. air. Mela*glüto~ ..... HTTtllora aiiiitI piiiM iriaii¿rw*>rw Mf, t»».. A ¿MÍ¿HMMÉ^LÍAAraiyF!'<<Í f. *lhirnnii iliÍTgii*a    — , fa AUogre eerafc a brUlaat*. E €k>man Hang. Kawriiitltfe» Mo aad A JteaatoWHra tta #»«*»*■»«»». atel ttitoaolaa. 2¿52r!!.'r.:::Y.*W‘8í3lí iSEr "‘"TteifaSteMferaaaa Awlra’ tar Piaito-fiMrle. a. Patra sf 'Rtirtwg, Crai—rai as • ffeikaaly tlEftftftUTIftHAF Grand OtURGert ORgAmZATIOK Or roRTT reBMBStlTfm wpsaefaits, ooif- PEJKUifa ag 41    -    - urrbcfeira, will tito ^testorat «pintea a«tealOtaat wwM miukMWB cGMsranrNa Jkt BKoscix-t Hnllo WedM44g$, Decfaiter ft» - Theyeday, Deeegriter Sg FrMftj, Dftoarater MW RfttKPiay, Deetigfrer 11. Ai>2n:i8sroii...:...-oirH: i>oUL7vi«, ■te-'Koextm c1iair.« far Raserred Seafe.tk* to«* «f vlik-h will roatnoonraMOKlkaT. DsearateTi, atJ. J. ges^vra ZZWeter Wte Fatuto at. FIl^ PEOUBAXBE. 1. O«eot«ire Pniánsuanr S. loTftetlon a la titrae..., fftktra*tf*t*>ra I . A teXo for Trrafeooa-'-Tlia 'Mr. F. liomCÉfi" s. Tisvrauvte.v».. ............................... A Qtrmd Fratodi MUraaaaitr «fefetia ,    .    . Px«aat~......~...~................w.w-*—--ftteMatetw PART 8iX)Om. A Ovartniw-WiUtoK Tag. ‘ u s. “Vj aatinu UaaoM ... •da Sw Flat* takd Piwetowlera—.. WEUt£Baad «CanffT». »TM PolkA Mait>ufc»--teb tec Fraaaa. \ Pcdta «rbiteli—Jocua    f' aekaitaas,» K««. 1, la B. ------ .MfeStoi Uto Inlen iSiml ■MMUfe By Cai»t*lto C. W. HA-IJ:». Mj^usa&-rmjms»ATf xyshixq. oaai rwaawpmrrarr emrme.Btei #. at 4};^ DAir TON—«ATtTIttIAV eVKNTNO, Baa4,atnC. Un‘a FjcrodlUot». Tb* Eaq>U»ia»T F«a^, wttl pear to tttoCai SAlLSOADffi. •®0M BpllftUe** LttOe XUrI litlrftgd VIA COLtrMgCS.—SHOETRST A^ QÜICKl Roatatoalt Xtetom CWte, TWtraa,falagaao*I FOrg EATLY TBROrtnS TftATirg,------ gltoaUtteOmat Truak Bidlaate I lag to tte gw¿ teave. Aotva. UGimnifo psnnraw.Tía* a «. EXPttKSft MAIL ...______9m a «.    «telf. ak Loveland Accoms»od*ti<*iw...l!?-toeeoe. «:«*».**. FAST LINB.-------------;----4:19    y.    m.    lOtSaf. aa. ^ccoaanotey^..,....^. |:4e p. m. IBitS s. aa. “    *■ '    1........    9:1“ Morrow Aceooiinodétloti. :I*y.fa. Stela. St. Lovatend Aaeeatrtotetlee.,... «itoteta. 9:49 fava. UGBTNINQ EXPRESS   t:aa |T»|. Tte 9:80 P. M. Train leavva BVKRT NTtlST. Tte eatnrter Nfelit Traia got* tocragk to Kaw York without detranoa.    -e-—w m.VE& PALACS BAT AM» aUtSnMO CABS 0* all Thmi^ Trail*. Raw ate «gtoadM Btaaytag Can on an Ifaougk Traína, ira ran te Coteaatea Tmtoonm te Cntoaatea. tlgfa wteek i MINUTER FARTBR than Clñdjñnsü tlraa. FOR THBOftOB TICKETB, ttaa «te ta RYSir II ate mate by th« aeraral trafe* flee, tootteast coraar of Honae adtoo, contar of 1 to* tienot, Eaat Front t(_____ Owubctan eaU fkr anaaoaraya. W. L. frlilBt. Gan’l Ticket 4g>te $1 15 seller last half Deoeoember; No. 2 red. Corn dull; no grade. 74c; no sales of Ciaetnntf, HinUtoi 4 D»]FtM StOnU ifeHi Tial** B«a t* fnm CtaOmMtl m MtevK Bttagoasmyl EctogaUway] Dopart. A Ctetea.. .t: Anrlv*. t.tep. to. trno.m. 19tte>aa. Uma, Ft. Wayne «anduiky. Oevelaial A ________y,    c    __ (SMrfegfleid Aceeauaadstton.»..*!** p. at. iom a. aa. Sandusky, Clavelsnd A BuOklo.A:aB p. at. 10:5 a. aa. Muneie A In<>i.:a.:palla.----------7:M    a.    aa.    10:»p.    ra. Muncio A ItelaaapaUs.  tm «■ au 1 :Sa y. aa. HauUton, EaUst A Rlcteaaad-.TilB a. at. ia:M y. a*. HaMdltoa. Eaioa A rirh«*te--g»d9y. aa. U:M a. aa. ...... IStt Hamiltoa'.4c»08aaMidation.......JI:aa a. a. HaaaUtan Aocotawodatlaa,,. Tte Eatoen Fnywa, teyaHtogaiSHSP. M. ate arrivinc at 7:00    M..    niradally.    Mlattertratoa dally, Huudaya esceplte Traiua run bv Coluiubaa Usae, which Is I utesftatcrn tbau C’taclnnarl time. Cincinnati ottees are Xu. 119 Viao attrat; Ka Cfl Fourth aireet; northeast corner Front ate Broadway, ate Depot, corner Vifth ate Hoadley ateaata. D. McLaren, tleaaral i . «AW’L Svwvxtrsotw, Oon’l Ticket Aawt. ItOQisTme KÓftciimiLti Short íiüe K. £1 Xinxe» IHLve XXouivA—OO Tntftsiar from H#«Afe *r Badana*# ta tkg Bgfat VWa-Tkg ftkgvtaat AU-fatU Bautg ta tkalemtk—Ikraalfaee^TralmaIfelly. - Alviva. }:SWe5;SSJ;—-sss;;;?'!;! IStS; Louiavttlts doUy. ex- tiuteay.lltU p. aa. 9:M «. am, Walton, daily, ex. buuday... 4:00 y. m. 9:98 A m. :00 p. This <>>Hip«ny to olfarh»g great tndnoem^nlt to ] «ementa to yea- sons ceeklng country teaideaeea ate aaaaU fama fac gardening on the line of the road, by sell eoBunutatlon UMurts at greatly naduc local fare. For through tickets ate all tnfermaUra, jfefaaae ay-' myany'a odiea, N». 1 Jtoraet Uauoe, er linaton. NAk’i. GHX. Ora’l 8epaato«4te*t. EOFUUBl ATLálITlC hm mhhf WIBTIRN 1,250 Mileffi    Maaagramatl 860    Craehaal UOHTKINO FXHBEH8 Tratas rn» na faUowa: MOKNXNto EEPREi^S leaves Unotomati daUy, ax-eewt Sundays, at 7 A. M., moving directly thraawh ta New York without changa.of oart, raachingNaw York next day at S:80 P. M. LKIUTNlNti EXPREffI leavraOtnctnatol daUy »t 9:45 p. M. PasseB^i* taking pamagejty t^ teato aa fiatardayfa maw dnectiythrough to New York without detenUon, reaching York Moteay aaoratog ^he oaly Un^nmn^ tmthr^^ Uafatala^ not m ««re aC Expretts Trains to Now York wltteut change." iWngere taking Hctets ria this flnTrae tnnedttona. aa tte tralra ara jra%»sg». cbdly far Oncluuati ana Southern biislneaa. nM bean* traína errlvlngen time faaraetoergalato. deoradcfit on    _    ____ Tke whole line, ftum ClnMnnall to Now York,~ls ua-der one management. Passengers at» not aublefct to thoH»»lelayaandais^aBeea facWtoat to thrna oaada up from a numlim* of short raadA A Pnlaee iileeylng Ooaeh to aitachad to to* B:4B P. M. Expr^ ruiminq to New York without changa. Kor tbfough tiekria ate fhrther Infarmatloa piras» For thfouti» tiekvta ate fhrther Infarmatloa __ inquire at tte Cniwgfeiy'a atftom, 119 Via* street; aa West Fourth street: comer Broadway sad Itoona atrtatoi No. 4 guRiei Rouse sad at denoh Mi’. B.: Oeaeral Passe user Oeaecal Southern Ageat, (Aac;

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