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Cincinnati Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 4, 1869, Cincinnati, Ohio T It Tire cWRoxici.E. XTcry D»/ ^lumáays Kxo«pt*d, DAHiV. TtUM* WKI'.Kl.Y'. T««. *>J    M I    Si«|l««»py. */.**•[    ** 29 ®7 1*e Monvk.  ...73    »t    ^ VMk. nurWr.    *0 I    U«bai«<k »!#«*>    ••<» Aa «tm 0úfr to grttw up <rf uclub for Waulriy^ %Ar>vnmHOito-«ATiit!k-Map<»r^ If**-. , tor; HpMtol Notl«^ P«r ««uur^ W «•; BétoJ I mh    mUm,    i*i.    WiuTVuultoto, K*i Htoit, t líiCUKÍATI CUMCmiM CO.. _ «U. m utotoA THE Tho State of    MexioQi,    i«    beiag de- T»»tot«4 ky laát—. Th* iSaftiiid^ ftnijl |p Hew York i* incroaa--fti^ TWauaMMMrPiPMbMrihpTB. Tqa AB«« aajwcm lúa intAmioa U> uke» M BMM aklk* «r McCuato** ekaltoacuu. TWm water aponti feoentJj d^rojod a xitli^rtJifcm MaMM3toW%«A^ M«xt4o. Tk» kr tke See at Oahreaton. Trxwi* pMfarAar awaiag. wUI aaMmnt to ueaiiy tl.tpQ.PPk, Joiui C. Frcaioat, it Ú aaid, kMaklatatcd a >aa H Kaaupa tor hto pMpaag ■atohim VtoUto B*iU laal. Ca|itai» Bato. EjraMr, who waa ocMnmitted hw IkeCerwaetef Chtaago top kUUea a Jo^Mpio nataJ PtoMtor. ka« bara 8l«ekai^    ■'    ' The Cincinnati SootLern Raitroad faili will ka tote ap la tka TWawato lagtoiatoito aa aast Jt w« Mt ttfealy ffMa & n* iMHr tote afpaiitoaA OtetoO^ tete rapart apM •>lapteaftea .a^phptoi, éatCaad. T. F. IhteBt. or Haw Oritea, wUl W •» patatcd Jate af tka FIftk Jwitoiii UtoaM, ^—‘-W-r  -- Atahaiaa, Mtoatwilppi ' t_ T --:v MXZiilOAlMl. VOL. 2. cMDmmnRHT Pre nfátare l^bUeátloB    Rc#bH8. MvftbsofMexletBCIaiffls CoounissiQD. mxuexovt uriTALf xv co&vkbixi. IHtot kaa «arriad k«t ttorea enantiea in Mia- a»« tb««c but hw Wi-rf mmnil aia>oritlr«. AtotUtoaua mara* tacruaw Atoara'a uugority by t»r- ■toda ^ iftgr ftofctoi OB a rafia» fte la llw apprr part mt tka city «f lUw ¥«rtl ■tot    ikliMMtDjii    tbcrPBiatry Ittt iiak rakM Jtodiaa seyeeeeBtitoS Uw hato aocUaj of do< is:s?siw?;ri«ü5gn3';!;x: Xlaat. ikcrmaa reeaiTad. Jotoa rite «« ttor War Dmfmrtmtmt m TkBtoAay. Ttorr •eaa«nw4 mm iM mrmtj wmmrnm wltk ga—t coa<Aiality, aa« Uw «aiif^ af polMla wat ato rHto «ItaM to. TbaaB »a^ ito l^totMlK VHi iNldto Mt> 1: 2 on Tkartoay mmd fmmmá a naolaitoa «aUáiw apoa Haa eaaaty, aad tka tol tatoauat, to aaatrtkaii a Bato to |iuwkaat a l|toto»ai.>< tor Coioato A fiDraúéitlÍ« wl^é«.fipf ai St. Looia ia tototoa «ateiy knte ap. It ewuUgtoj nnrttt^ la ha argutoSitoa «r G«a« It m€- ^tiíá^    Faltli.    w «U' Wk 6ctoui War», wktok W» iMt. «acfaw tka Juto tooikto •tor■^ r. rMaittai to Atoago aa' Tbaratoiy ■•te toifigtoaaaptoriMt. Haa««kra4 atotok tototoaiil I aa VBBJK PIATER ISJCHNOS LAMILT AlTmKD. - toaaiaaratfe (TaaaaBtiaB afXarlem C«kntf,tiid. Workitoftok«i AMrteed hj t^EtofllaAmn 0h^Bte ItotodcraiftiB MMwlr toatoamaaai tilTÉK rtOM TpE TEXAS ELECTlOX. 1^004 Btotoaotoa fcx CtoOtoA» JUtaatototen. Seealtole kettarftwei OoraratoP ofyaorgrla. Manly Defense of the R^ablieaa Party. ABCSfr MWlMBf MMOCftAm BVRxnr#un^ mtcmov tv mrinA. CtoltofwM Mto— Meetltotf iw Si. Itetfa. FSOM WAtHINfilToki. Itopartol Dtopatok ta tke dmmlHe.'} WAstotnaoTOW, Deekmiwr 4. WBaagATPBB ri'afT.w'ATfow or DBTAimnnrT At fhm lafBHto of a toapakitau«toMW la win ka Itatialii la af ta. ataaatolr*y*l»toto VÜA i»-toÜ f ijlÉ i a to tet Mato to rapato tka towaaaearai to tkMMafto teMto|gM»MU ^    if Wkila tha Mlatite ei    Woodward, -.waa aalakftol^ klatiS wrtoHas, to ktoapt. paaM takaaakaA^kÉMkf «itoáf «ka caepla «asa- lémif torlaa aa anrarBoat «a lA t^Ba the Ifemly «f SharidoB Sbookai. of Waw Taik. «aaa to iltaaar aa Tkaiato^ araaias, tka •faailaK raM to Mía. Skaaka waa itotoai to thaaa Ikaaiaai la* worlk to >vato. Tka raaaala, la Ckatv hato*, ar*ftaaka< a packaga to taaaty. aaaA 4 ia Ui Tba Ikalaw iaapaÉMgaéaty aa kttaaalaaaaaaal: Miiin. Aeteak. Mayeetok MeOtotky, EaMey te eaet. ap> paatoli*«h»«Pp«M; Itera. Baapw, AXUadk. Btoofca asi WaNkaO, la torw ^ Ike aapeaL - Ei^iinry HackoBtef. who ia to ha liaBfaii a*«t Tarataj at Batlar, ftc,aratto PKttoaidaaiiliir «teaaÉÍfa paatoaday, la-atolik aa atototaita ikaaawr te tkto kr tkto Mlaa MrCaadkaa, kla aaaaia, ia ’ toAtoBgeaa k«r jaawir ktoi aa atoa te rated te ka aaitaf to UaA A frarea ocrarrad ia tha liqaor toota of TkoMaa Paaahar. Bar aad sraM*. »#w Tark, r«toar< Bar aftaraaaa. la wktah W toan teaartl. a aatod pattttrte te laadMala Iw Aldertoea, waa aaartaBy te Jakaaia «to aiaa tetly Ite, te jarad. kat *tti i«ta«to. 1t ia iiBiteiad aa feit at tka War CMBce Üto paaaaatora pafbheation of : tofrtiai atteaetof ihar^)ortoft¿aBe«fatafTof . Wac. li ia wptiguli ta kar* kam atoien tke tíoTenuDent printinf oOoe. Theae re-» . fftea ara «aqaiiwd kr htw to ha prinCe.;j ai a certain time. Semtarj Bootwell hk<i • te teapttad witk tkia, helíevlnf that ***• pafclio food ftístiñem him in iWEf eft, Bfld Tfrdiíí ñlaóWít tlial porfío** of Tila l^^rt would probably have bee* attzjrHdillot^I/ aktpiaed Iiad mv pcWtowd tka aatoie ^ oaoaaaw Tlio aiker Bacptoariet hara aaade atjangento*U to .fumiah priatai raplaa dt Jtkair rkperta i» the prem for pablJeaiioa gm Tacada/ taominf.but haTing re- *    -    -T    I    ............ hara teagpf4ii p*a*fk to trigfraph tkem on Moadkjr afteraooa, tkaj wiU coaaider whether tkcy will te allow the printed copica to be aacd to that time. of tikc Uailcd Statea for the adjuataieut of tha Mexican ciaiiaa, arilTed thia aaoniing. The Commiarion are bow all here, and rádr to go Wwarti^ lIotoÉb,/'* '    *    '    ^ FROM PfEW VORK. tkaCfcitoteJ -V y ‘    ‘    ^    Mwar    -Yw*k,    -tkéeamer'A The naoBcy atarfcto k quiet, the rate being 7 per ocnt. for call loans and 6 per cent, on OsTtffaaitoa eollatctalk There ia a rao<di better feeling in the stock Gold opened, at 9 A. M-» *t 122Í; »t 11:20 Fhcifte Mail, 51|. Goremfiients arcstcadjr, with aa improvad tendency. tTing nut for gola u» 7 par cent. To tka WffWéMa Atooptato* Ptoss. AW KICOI.ISirMAW MXD01AV0. r im- ppsd^ % ya? tba inr “ t, w<»ae in some re- «necia than the old negro ^atem that brought aibout oar war. tltoi tktoYidaf Otetol, CotMtoi As k pdp. a*d iPfB. FSdbjpiVf ,ika^ ttto patoy sftW ante te i*inlitoi.irte tote* deae» re V I, Iftoklagto*. Atoaag tkaw p«a«. •at wum Ik* Tntotet mmd ktoy. >to- sito Mm. Ttowa-tom a*A la. .( to «kr rrar-MmtaUT** to ik* tortoga tetot Ik* wwakto» to tk* Cktoato. dadga Dnit, tC<amttoa to s«wt a ps»vM*a la tJw BObatoltatlnn eatcadtog to «asara tk* rigki to mmU, Mámmmmmmérnimjmtimm. Aftor a teltesdtoeas-atonlkaAtofM to tokto tk« «■■ls*«a wash at ky a aaaasto^tntor aad tk* in tall I a ai rt liiaiittrr. li ia atukagtund cb« Soard ofKsTal OWnrra. «B Ikair ihw rt, raBnwad tkatawpMaato thmSmmt, parateaaa and «agiaamsg MM toha twate yaac^ toatoBag te] rank wM Caaaaaaatoan; aaipaaaa.psy-It^fTWastosafte ttetwt meet ksM kytokgiBiaw lapoct of Secrstorr Bjran, of the Mae«dsF*fc'<i*ir'®*. »*•*■ aaaapugatoto Bwrly •rvM - -    --    toteto.    CC atltoawa.. la thmmmmmtj ladawartnsf pkto^ Of tkla SgattoT •***••« aa* »!«»«-idTi «.gidp ~ II d 11 II "9 Wgkiy a«^ >**■-Mas fcav* napitotaf laatPaatea*Magato*toto*sf la- THX HraAT.p ov OBAOI .9^vifZ3rrs. TMa WwiM llT^eoaunentUg'upon the in-ahinanenta of «boat and flour down UtotfiadiMfgii Hfer to NfW Orlate.for •hlB> Bleat to England, aaja:    ^^Againto    the South- am watar Ite of tka Mii*iiaápp| tha on^ com-patltKMiiDe the Wetoern grain trade Uuit will gmjr la the East will ha tha watar lina of 4he fit. Lawrence, down to the aea. Thanca the iinaattiCto oilhtatw ihmiiite i* more a»d puwa bacteiftg aaaaaadiy to the great gnu*-growiag lagia* of tha Morllnrest. AODmONAL RIVER NEWS. tead tea Moa Tarto «torstobn- tS, !í£C»&ÍÍTt.‘^.rrí? to tk* tato, aad w«a gfted ap ky tka C Gtoaaisto, «evsnkW %teMte.t®»to ara*. Ate gaOBto rlwgdV «* i^Maaar, «M «f «kctooÉ atipf* raldtofy «a aas te ar tk* tai aad ppMaii aad tpaaa «A tk* «wslva-.vaaa df«vte-^ck« «towarfl. oteradgid dad * aaa. mmm. Aatota katok «itklta «a As* pssoaaa aksard, A taid waa teda jartaaia|r «n a Urge aum-kar «f diBtflteaa lateaklya. Atáaykesak atea TbbT s7t- tay wsaa >toaaá ky a wartotag P«*«y mt Idpsiial l>ÍJ>patck to gka Chioaidc.] Pmaatrao, December 4. The. Maitefsfaala and AUkgbsny Tiran ara falling Uat. Tba former haa alaren fast three inches, and there are twelre feat aiz iiw tiie taller. T%e Si.4^arles, ftpm C|ito cifinai^' arHrrad laal nighi, aad wfN deptort tbia aflamoaa. She had to cot down her pipes to ^ under the Wheeling Loo&rilU cm Monday. 3^ , pew Miaaoori rirer pacAeA Charka H. Dorfea, departs for 8k.nkWteto*aaorroif momlng.'* ÁaHewfitate, feoaa WheaUng,aninedanldgpMaed. laniyrp. port of coal for CSnrippari, 1 atred. Tha total ihipPHat ahoold hara bee* one miÍITíqh eigU biuiNM liiMf fidilliiMteil IteluU Thadia-aider to the Baam’a (ov._ JM»r Rtenhwia rifle, waa more aarioua than before reported. Hine barges of coal and five barges of coho. Cor Cinciansti, valued at $22,000, wsce lore; The Samson will retnm as soon' as •epaired. The Littla Alps departed for Ixm-wriiie 84,000 bushels conL FROM INDIANAP0U8. (•fxrUl IMrpatok to tka Cbroniele.] Tmdiamapous, Deoomber A MAKiOM oonmr coMvtamoH. The Matel Copaty Pcaanrnrtir CoaraatioB Met (kia moraing, and, enntnry to general ex-pociaUon, it passed off quite smod|bl.r. The Biight-Sentinel    men had things pretty much their    own way, haring the BUigport of tha eoontry tkwn-ahipa. ^he snly core point touched was ia the adoption of    a recommendation he the State Convention that the Central Committee should be made up of one from, each    Congressional Dis- tricC    **** they to hara the power to aelect a dtairman not of their own number, and that he may be depoaad br *    toté    of tile CommUtos whenever the iMtaradtg af tha party may require. FROM PITTSBURG. FROM COLUMBUS. Nlim. ÍDBCBMBBB 4. 186». KO. 261. asfpsr ñMtmamm was «kr«te to ttw Marry TWd. Tk* UadTlty la amkdy    V teh. aad tksM teatosfl ma nd*wlka and «Mad tka a laiana, to* galteg la «Mk* sn« aknn, ta Bafsd to maka any »7 a**n tktrtasa dtaltorto* tsMy dasiittsfcii. a latg* gaaaUty to i,-sdaataiÍBtopra—aat.lagtBB«M to yaMpsd lato Ik* gastas. Os tka ratsn totksKavy Taid aa faaaMast tkitog M*d* riotoos teaanalaaitona spaa tks isvsass t*««r«, ksi tk* miittary «vtastag a dtoaratlaatlan to ten* ^ —wt tk* totoMgt' was skannaaad. Tk* peegerty d*-mtmfmá and aaa*siB«t«i aaa ast ka laae tkaa |MO,oa«. iSpecisl IHa{ntoh to Ike fknMilelS.l DoLt;>tBC«,*Deoeml>er 4. „ eKMKBAT. UOrtKt r.ANS IN THK CITY. ¡ General Roset rans ia in the city, for tlio purpose of spending the Habltath with his brother, Bishoy Roaecrana. The General will attend the meeting of the Army of tha Cumberland in Indianapolis next week. The Goremor, Swr^ary of State, Auditor and Attorney General oponéd t he returns for the election of member of the Board of Public 'Works and Supre-me Judge, as required by law, this morning. They do not differ from those already pnbUshed. rNTOX PRAYEB MKKTINO. The unkm prgyar meetfng in the First Pren-byterian Church this morning was very largely attended. CHIT.DRKX’* MMXTTXO. A anion meeting for children will be held at tha ^Second Presbyterian Church to-morrow aülemoon, mud a union meeting at the Opera House to-morrow night. srrREjfK coi-RT. The Stiprt-uie Court of Ohio oomriiences the I>ecemJ>er term on Monday. UÍ<X>RÍ*Ü^ATIil>. The Marion and Middletown Turnpike Company, with a capital of $30,000,was incorporated to-day. FROM AiyORA. [SpeeUl PUpatck to ths Chrooielo.] Ai^oma, Ind., December 4. HAT WABEHOCSB BVRHKD. A fire broke out in the warehouse of Bmatl A Co. about 4 o’clock, this morning, and the building and two hundred bales of hay were speedily consumed, all etfixts^ to subtjue the flames pr<^ing unaVaiKng. No other property was damaged. FOREIGN NEWS. BY ATlJtoBfTlC’ C.AB1.E. PRUBStA. ^•toptioB Of ICr. Burlingame’s Xmbass^ BKBi.iir, December 4.—The Chiaese Eai-w*« yesterday fet^-iréd by the tohg and ^een at the Royal Fali^ with most itnpos-.ing ceremonies. Mr. oBurlingam* prgaeatgd an addrcoa, and was received with raarked^m^^ tention by the Count roB Bknnafrfrt declared the warm ineadly feeling of Pntasia aad North Qefgiaay with flm Hdted Statos, and pl«A?«d Ifen heárkjrleó-*pgration of Fmaáia with the Embassy ta ita nkoiremant. 31m» n-oeption waa a grand i^bir. '    '■    .*■■*■'—•.'■    -    ,    i    j«i FROM GEORGIA. ' liSttor from tha Oprurnar—The Cotcraa of ttia BeptthligBMs Vtnftioaagd—The Ootteti tutton X>afiandad.    r    ;    . • ‘ J. -«to The Goremor of Georgia ha* written a lot-tea to the 2Yiwto in whsBh j^ danaeteratea the reasonableness of the position assumed by the Rmublioang of Gtea^ and the r ^    ‘ teTjastiDe oMhedbSkefloto ur|ed gress. He says the new Constitut «ate, aa prepand liw * Rapubliqai Canran-tkm, and ratined by ^publican ballots, is remarkable for its libagaiity. Intolerance has no place ha h* prorlgions. It prescribí no harsh petety aitd Imposed no dnuÜnlfty upon of reeoaelateioito II ia a mtea- good feenng of those Cbn- new Constitution of that Bwnt of the good sense and    _ tm whom Costéese relied for the accomplishment of itsolgect.    .    <    . The Democratic members-of the Legislature arinca tbair gratiuide lor the oai^liatary policy shown them by abusing their pOWer aid ezptlling stanach Btonihtete for ao attasa crime than tha oqlor of their skim- National and local law waa thus sat at defiance, and Georgia to-day, as a State, occupies a position of antagonism to the Geoaraf Government. Coagrans cannot too soon or loo summarily vindiraU outraged aiithoritr, andjworida for the gtoáln» «sdanstsuten of a Mkla Whose Democratic representatives hare proved themselves impervious to rights or reason. FROM TEXAS. Tha [Blaotloii—C^lomd Men Blaetad of    *    • GAkVKBTOK, Daeambar S. The total rote Imn.foato up AII& * fbe eanrvflerl ^If wt be Ynown count' of until to-«K>rrow. h>¥a bai* >1 Raid,anagrojis believed to ^ CNah ef w* Pistoist Osart. Austin, WillMteee aad iRall eooa^ hare gona aearlr uaaaimona far Hamiltaa and Haynes. In Prains county nearly half tha whiite-rotas teMri*^ yyy frpm In this t*untr Hamilton's miyoritr u about too. Nothing has been raoeired from the other counties. ioM Tote of definite is known, but It ia lieliered that Davis, the '**dinl candidate for Oovemor, has car-Hcd* Harri;    huudrvd    im^- jorily. RichmohO, December 3. There is a large Republican m.Mority for Davis for Governor and for Radical Congressmen in this county. FROM ST. LOUIS. Colorad Maatfng i5 ba Callad. St. Loout, December 4. Several prominent ooloitoS men of this city' a calHbr a_mash conyention, to W held Dcation of colored people of Mtosouri. They E?: Jeilhrstm City, January 19, to consider and the beat means of pgHTYrtyiMl*!!* >t into eflcct the beat means of desire aote modiffcatioo of ths lllBH lawa^ the establish¿oent of a normal school, Ac. immt Night’s Dispatohog. FROM RICHMOND. National Noard of Trade—Third Day's Pro-oeadtngs—TransportaMon by Watar and Bail—Ths Plnanoial daestlon Disoussad. ■to one of oiimown xivera. The Welland Ca the only existing outlet for produce, except cap tndvr raceiro Ttosel» 20,<Wo busTlels"of gwun* while a larger po or»»!** sMpptng on-the Ikkes ’carrV 40,000 biishcl*.    ;    j Mr. Diipiir, of Boston, said it must lie eti-dentito all that the relations of Canada soon to changed. Movements in that w-miidon indicate it. In view oif the incpcwtamt change ba thonght delay in action on thia si^ ject adrisible. Mr, Taylor, of St. Paul, g»Ts a hiatory of raovementa in tha past* looking to a union iof Camda with the United Statek, and the csudeS of the ^inncp^ war, and other naovamscits in British Columbia, looking to the same All this, he thought, rather strengthened argiunent fo#inumediate action. The resolation was defeated for want of a two-thirds role, but on reconsideration whs adoi of railway freight cbarpes ^ Mr. Richarda, af Qtmago, oflbrad a reacff i iioB asking Coagresa to fix the rate to le charged for transpcwtationof freight and pasaia-gera on each railroad in tha United States; tim rate to be based on a reasonable meome the money Invested^ in each. He said railroads had fictitious stock of several lion dullnrs, and upon this the pnhlic made to {>ay interest. Bailroads were pahl iiistitutiuus, and subject to the interferenoa af the law-making power. After brief opposiflbn from Mr. Hastie, of South Carolina, the r«s4~ lotion was tabled. FOREIGN NEWS. ‘ irr ATi.Aimr cable. 19CB. Tba Annivarsarr of tha Barricadas. PABfia, December 3—8 P.H.—^The fears of diaorders to-day on kdcount of the anniversary ^ tlM barricades of 1851,^d of the death of muflfn, hare not been realized. The city has of 1851,^d of the death of been realized. The city has •hee« UBusually quiet all day, and at this hour there are no i^mptoma of excitement. Boefralbrt Bomands a Ghiard to Protaot Kambaia of tha liaglrtatnra. Parw, December 3,-^At Üie sitting of the Corps L^slatif to-day, Henri Rochefort rose, and demanded that the Nsttionkl Guard be ordered to guard the hall of the Coips L^^latif hi future, for the protection of members. The demand took the Chamber by. surprise, and gjcktcd an extraordinary sensation. Expres-aionB of astonishment burst from all parts of the ^11. Cheers* followed, which ware an-«Waréd cries of derision and disapproval." Ttie Opposition memben* generally' appuiuded, bat the majority protested againin the demaud and the Aesnoustimon made In fts faVor. The tweatiatfa aawl twenty-first proposMfas, referring to the James River A Kanawha Oa-nal, and the Nosthem Pacific Railroad. postponed oatil to-oaonrow. A resolntion hi ikror of establiahing meflto-^ogical ofaservatiana, to give warning of nsm ing atonas on tha lakes and for the benefit of commerce, was referred to the Ezecoiire CounciL The twenty-second propoaitkm waa takea np. It comes up from the Baltimore Ba»rd of Trade in the shape of a resolation aflinu'- ing confidencs in the general pñnciples of the National Banking law, but believing the issue of currency too limited, and asking a rapaal of that portion of the larw limithig the circulation of the National Bank notes to three hundred million dallars. On notion of Mr. Ropes, of BuMrm, the twenty-third proposition, recommending to<»^ Congress the adoption of measures to htaen restoration tq a spec!* standard of'vafocs, c^juing bp from the Boston Board, waa *2so taken up, and both discussed together. • Mr. Kirklamd, of Baltimore, explained that, though proposUion twenty-two came frooi the ¿^Uimore B<»ard, it waa not indorsed it. u.    on    to    afirocflle    resumption    of    sjteis An incidental dennnciation of rc-“Toi'wa.    He    offered applauded, tie omred a r^'Kfioh rderring"    ^ prepc*itos, and theHrenty-ftmrtfi, iritJ* «enmendad a Tepcal of the tax on the «ato to «port at this taBJ»" T»® Mr. Ropes, of Boston, said money, like weights and measures, is only useful in connection with other commodities, and can only be employed to teaanrB and axchange vBloes. Pate tooney is onfy a certificate of tmoafbr of real Mumef. No gbremaent kaa weeni^t to hare Its obUfritons oFardoe. No iTMtrn to specie flpgrteBB ~ Jgr nijpiblri until the equillWu^, of VpEwe ^ reatorad. I>icesi now are    and'$$«9 been mode so by tlm ínci^íte of irredeeAatik credtt^aadwe must Vow fijuay Ihe pro rte Tba Oowsm-ment must aBow Ae grf tflwkn to be and the bai ' i . 4^|a|bl4aa* Jonmaiu Baagpaarlng. JOegamhcr 3.—Serend of tiia publimn Journal^ tbe puhliteiMr of wki4h' bad been suspended at the Beginniag,of tha rcomt inmirrentiott, have been permitted to .    r. BNGldLNP. NnU Tite in Cation Milla. XfOKDoir, December 3.-^Tbe cotton mills in Laneaahira are again running on fbll time. A Papal-AHóe¿4lon—Baéft*>dapaei for Peaoa in tha OounoU. IxntDOir, December 3.—Di^iatchea from Rome announce that a prssynodal conferenoe waa held yesterday, when *a papal ailocuticn was delivered, and oaths delivered to the officers of the Ecumenical Council. The f¥»i<s, to-day, says things at Rome are auguriBg'ill for the Council. Gallicianism is rampant, the Austrian and Gertnan bishops demur tc^lhe ¿UflpBm of infalUhUity, and discord in apprehended among the Italians. An-tonel li shaV^fl his head at a performance in which he iicrrr felt aympathy.''It will be some time before it con beeome*clear whether thv Council will bring the Church peace or a *vQ|ir^ POBTITGAIi. Btdslto a Cable. Madrid, December 8.—^Thfe Portugucs« Gfovemment has invited tenders for'the man-nfiirture and laying of a submarine cable from Portugal to some eligible point on the American coast, touching at the Azores. B1788IA. be made bsh their • ntety, but <m iT^iflt isAIOt * ^ mate tupee altcgmadrea He a<Wi payable ia feel could be^Id 1 of^^cago,    that should authorize fKe collection of a di importa, aay one-tíiird Or one-halL in green- month at one or two cents less, and fb* oí each succe^Bag molflh <m*-or 4b*'cents less than the aiteh paefeiÜog. dpi is, hwthought, would do away with the difference.hetweqi^ , thongLt the safest return to specie payment was to he found in carefully ni^taini^ vplue o(the ing^tp' té It w l2e ni<Tela$ « industry and conupeccei, wipc^    year neceesarflt    nearer tacnflptki*. Mr. Ropes’, plan of a .returp, by the issue of 4 per cent, tbirty-year boh'flb, rnth which to draw in greenliacks, would be a failure. If we should double our enfteney to-dey, before a year passed away m^nev would hejustnagcarce and prices as hifdt: In fltvocefl malnita an equitable distrilmtion of the currency throughout the conntrv. He believed we had. to-day about as good 4rflteBfl^Air^«B*i>er had in tbia conntiy^ |Applaus^ The National banking ayisem is in all pouita an improvement oh me eW system. As for should to-jnocrow dedma e Supreme Court them not legal.- have, and under them the debt has been curtailed $70,000,000, and the business of the t been affbolefl. '    *    » n, of Nefk YoÁ, s^ tbéoaly ' promised resampnon of -mptf-cie payments was the plan of Secretary McCiil-loch; that was abandoned with what hq Teared weuldtwa^f^pterousresafe. Qpwaúaüoamg^A sltelfl be    CSnÉrees^aao^ Oii’iy possible solution ofthe financial question. There had not been a time in twenty-fa^years in buaiiicsa, in New York, when there was so 2’*tle feeling of nrosj*erity. Notwithstanding the shtT*^ of legal reserve’in the banks there, be believed sudden demand for $10,000,000 in greenbacks wonld smash them. He believed the Government ought to march straight forward to the establishment of an honest cur-rcBcy, and every careful man should be Mt-ting'ready to meet this action by cwrtailing his indebteflnesa. He believed that from 'Washington, next Monday, words would be heard ¡iMlicaÁing this pufpoae an.the jmrt ef the Government. Mr. Taylor, of St. Paul,aadvocated a special fifty yeara gold loan by the Oovemni*«a> the first uae of the proceeds of which would be tihe redemption of its notea. Bn a Müitotoi urTineigiTJaBIgil"’’*^ St. PktebsbWbo, JBeaamber 3.—General Ignatiif    appointed    Minister    of I^eigB Affiiira, *0 succeed Fxince Gortscha- ^ _ Marine Xterm. QtjBHHsqrewM, December A—^The steamship Bussm, from New Tork, arrived to-dgy. RROM CUBA. V ! Another Bzpedilion hippflad—Bebel Vietory at Masale-Baite Bapnlamt Hataw A, December 3. A letter, dated Santiago de Cubs, November 23, contains the following iátenigenoet A well-authenticated report has reached here that the ateamer Teaser haa landed a party of filibaaten in the Bay of Nip^ *ith a laige qoantltv of milhazy storea ana that have reachea the interior in safety. Aha the 99lteii«44f*BÍarArMiaehed *»*► sargenta entranelitdiat Magale .Rhe troops CO nun wed by aheHing the rebel position, and they coming in heae.^ TWGewerniqfi^ is ..-seizing animal* 1Ú the street I5r tlie liae of the army. Advices from Puerto Principe to the 24th ultimo have been received. Information is brought by a negro that the insurgents were approachiim^n Jufeh wli|c|nÉ6 goriBbned by Catalon vuwnleer*.'‘ A par^ ef twenty vohmteern, Witk an officer, sent out to i rr—i|in>li r, was- cut off and cai^ tured. y«wt memmr the teui'gput* attacked Han oflwpr mfiriOTr men,who apprMcned fhe rebel tosfedOtel cbminglc lines and proposed a capUuiation. The soldiers, without orders, fired a volley and killed two of the^ipaniards. The fighting was (hen resumetL ThaCuhans fepsha^eatedtei% add emtegwpral :o the garnhon they finally withdrew. Eleven Catalons were kdled. The affiiir created much exckenient at Puerto Prineipe. The Ck>lopel conunandingAhe heeh ' sent to iBivaiu^ to ne' tnAl bW court martial. ,FROM Bgpoat of the $^to dHton of Con^' [6p«clal IHiWatch to the Chnmlcla) PirrsBi'Bo, December 4. at*au»i AT roAx. wtntKx: At Duncan, Oonnall A Co.’s ooal works, o* the Yooghiogbeny river, yesterday afiernoea, sixteen cars of eoal broke loose and started down an inclined plane, ran into the office, demolished it, destroyed tipple, and pitched over into a barge being loaded with coal, and sunk. The loaa is $3,000. A number of workmen were in the office, and got out just in time to ceetpe instant death. ,    Richmond, December 3. In the Board of Tradq. this mominm Mr. Moaroa, of Dubaqoe, had te floor on the unfinished business of yesterdaV, oeiAg a resolution foi a double^track railroad from the centre ef thewource of grain and produce in the Wta ta the Atlantic aaabaardl» He showed that a double-track reed twqlvq hundred miles long, with trains starting every-five nsipatefy hasflaig three thoosand trains en p the track, with fii^-four thousand ceam isLeoo^-atant motion, 8&S days in a a capacity of only ins of tuns, each    — wafer Tiñe, with boats of two hundred year, would have ipacity oi only fifteen anfl Utree-fixiete miluons of tuns, each j^gy, vhU^ tt|^ Yiiginia r Uñe, with boats of two hundred and dgbty tuns and double locks, and used only three' hundred dj^s in the year. wo^Id h*ve a wtparity OT^ sixteen fallliOn ttms e-.tch whole suly*<4 was then-lahled ky • vote of tbirtv to thirteen. * The 'nlnemeoth frn>p*s>Xc*. the Niagara Sliip Cana), was considered.    , A ita^tum vea eémi V N>» BkgUt, ef. DelKnt, urging u^n Coagresa the necessity of conatructing A snip canm aroiuul Niagara Falls, and appointing a committee to memorialize Congress. He explained that Congress was not asked to give any money to the work. The resoiutloii wxe admcste* bjr Mesara. Bagley, of Detroit, Dore, of Chicago, Shelton, of "Wisconsin, Opdyke, of New York, and others, liigy urgod it a* not only'naeetidttil Hht a national necessity. The whole shipping of the W'ef4, whioh might be needed as a navy by the OoveiMB*»^ tote day, is locked'up where if can never reach the ocean. The cost, vari neoeaaity levees twelve thousand miles lung, obstructed by Niagara Falls—»n obstruction which may be overcome by a few million dollars. Sooner or later Canada wonld, of her own choice, be part of the United States, and the commerce of this canal, now to flow through the St. Lawrence river, would then be going through flfrr thooaaMp doifemi of this loan would he mod before the Govevn»' mcBt promises to pey would be as f^ood as gold. The banks aheuld theaf he i^utred te> redeem their notes in ^*ci« or United State» notea.'    ‘    ^ Mr. Thomas, of Phitnflel|dda, ffid not think specie payments could he raaniued uiMil the Government has $2,00*jl00,000 of specie to redeem ita delH. Four o’clock arriving, the Board adjourned nntil to-mprrow. A %di was given in hooew of tha Board%to-night, at the I^change Hotel, by the citiains. It was • splendid affiur, ané ams attended hgr the beeuty a*^ fiashton of tb* cBy. FR^ PHILAOELFMIA. Syauqd. of the MefocaeA Churoh. , December 3. the General Synod of the Reformed ?In the General Syno Cbarch, the sulnecA of hymn book was deferred the «vision of th; till tlie next meeting. District Synods were authorised to annex a selecliun of hymns to their respeetire liturgies. A new District Synod was constituted, consisting of Wealeaoreland, Clarkm^St. ttukl and New York. Classee of this new Synod will meet n^Pkuteag next Febaunry. The misfdftnfl^ operations,, so far aa the home work is concerned, wera represent^ m in a prumMng condition, altheugh it» friends do not come tally up to the gtad flenaand. At iho aftertiooa sesaton, a form of charter ^for eongrcgations was adoptofl. The aUention ef pastors was directed to the duty of giving eertiflcatas of adtuamian to all member* l«i>^g their charge, so they aaay connect with the cfaurch af their uew residences. The report on the State of the Chitndi was adopted. (Umnected with the Geasiral Synod are thirty-one classes, fifty-four siiuiatan», and 117,000 oonnouidca^ nMunhers. At the evening Res»ion all c^uruhee ware dirked to observe in a religious way all the chief church festivals: Cht4stma*, GíkhI Friday, Raster, Asceuelun Day and Feutecoat. All churches were also requested to forward their foreign missionary monev to the (Jerattth Evangelical Soci^y of New York. Thus closed one of the largest and most im-rtant meetings of the Reformed Church e\ er intry. The subject of liturgical worship, with its «f^AMxroBT, Deenmber 3. The Auditor’s report for the current fiscal year ending Octoltai 10,18#9, shows that there Ms been received Into the TreaBwty the «tim 17,377 tax, whieb, addei to $Í3ft 9S2 39, thn jwlapice ip the TNPauiy^nt the end of the last fiscal year, makes the total reaottroes o# the Treasnrr, $1,346,310 08. Of thin spta there hee itaBB expended the sum of $1,045,027 51, leaviitf a totslbiUpye in,tbe Treai<nry, to the credit ofthe several ftind^’ of $201,282 52. ■ 5Iany of the items heretofore chargeable to the current expeiwt:», have been classed nnder different heads, so the contingent ezjieiiKCM i>roper only amount to $1,086 95. Military claims havF been paid under the acts approved March 7, and 16, 1869, to the amount of $16,390 18. Amount paid for red fox scalps, $6,795; for gray fox scalps, $6,890; for wolf scalps, $55; for wild eats, $1,214. The Auditor estimates the receipts for the year ending-October 10, 1870, at $1,028,688 67, and the cxpenditwas at $^108»ii00, leaving a defimt for the year of $1,077,913 33. There is an increase in the valiutioh of land in the State, during the past year, of $4,278,355, And an increase in the value of town lots of $5,533,100. The total valuation of property in the State is stated at $406,275,778, The decrease in the number ef b<^ over six mouths hid is    .    2 underlying questions, was tlje subject of contro-versv. The whole mutter, inchuliiig numerous api>ealh that grew out of it, was Imrmoniously and suiislaetorily settled. For ■ lady to Sft|i|P the Ml UaaHs of COta-pleie ettetatfe |n hag tayle f iiteibi to have ner nair arrange#-flbd her drenaes made by the same person, ami not, as is generally the case, by three' er fi»nr--«ometiaa» even five—different persons. He or idie wKo dresses an elegant woman shoHid also arrange her hair; or rather, the lady J^erself ^oald decide npow her own style of ccflffnrw, devise tlie fashion of her dress and bonnet, and then leave it to her cm{doves to woak out aad re-al-ize her ideas. We cannot tell whether tlieae miggestions will be taken into consideratioat by any af our fiiir readers; bnt we know that in the F'au-bourg tft. Germafln a league informingsnwug the most fav««d by fortune, rank and beauty, to reaist the fnather Mini—r    of    eooen- tricity and exaggeration in dreaa. Several important modifications have already been decided upon. One of these relate* to the lowness ^ ball dresses and Iwreness of arms. The ball dzess which is spoken of as n Mure model shows only the upjier part of the shoul-ders, and covers the arm as. far as the elbow. The lower parts cif the arm left bare will be very richly ornamented with bracelets.— gtvfh vomaáí» Magmint- *'TM* Pnmriom for CU# lAfo.” Tl»e generation that is now rising ta industrial pursuits in the rural districts the United Htates ought to be impressed with the idea that they can not better their condition by hasteuing away fruiu their homes, and trying Uutir foiiuues in a groat tow». 1» »imm ■cases out of ten, «a is proved by actual statistics, thiy are better off aa they now are, lu-de(>endeBec,kBowledgg, culturcj^diaracter, the ¿ikkI opiuien of othem, are all.aB eaaSy acquired in the country as in the toarn; and so, in fhe grouf miúority of instances, is wealth, that attaiameni which I* now prised above all others. How many, who have made the change, have «gretted it all their _ Uveo, and .their cbildran after them. There ia nothing in oiir social condition more to be deplored than the haste to be rich which has taltcn such hold on the American ^e»ple, and now prompts this fomlneKs for cities. It has been wonderfully stimulated by our inflated currency, and it can now be controlled only bv moral agencies of tlie most eflisctual kind. There arc many things more desirable and rcsiiectable thaii wealth.—New York Examiner. SECOiro EHmON. EffirS 0*CL0C|C ip, H. PBBflmnrT BifluosD wim caubbi. Hlz flema ew Betaiartxg flpeefw Paymanu. fatal result OFl'AXn.K ftARRBL. -rrr RaUwajr Mattefs at KaMiYllle. Destrnetifm of Bacordsby Topeka ¿ira Thr** D—iha from Bhilaoeffi Aeoident. N* Titefe ftoifeg- 9$ Uteh Terrlfory* ■    I nON^TLAD DICTATOR AtL RlOdT. N»viga>ticn Xewclg CleseA on New Terk Gennls fmáer Jtmmrn tap flffifr AilMrtlw Ctel*. FROM NASHVILLE. [fipaeial biaiHiteh to toe CbronMe.] ' Nabhvtym, Deoem'ber 4. OWE BE*nsrrABI.E CmOEN SBOOfS ANOTHER. ’ A diffimtltv between B. R. Thompson and Edwin 8. Dongla**, both respectable citizens of Madison county, near Huntsville, Al»., on Thursday ramming, resulted in Thompson shooting Donglam through the heart with a dowble-faarrelcd shot gnn, killing him iiv-stmitly. They were somewhat related, and an ^old feud exieñed between them which caused "the difficulty. RAILWAY MATTER*. Under the administration of the lA)uisviIle A Naehville Railroad, the Mobile A Ol^ Railroad has paid all its running expensf»>, and one hnndred and forty odd thonsand ^ólfára into the State Treasury for Ihterest dne fhe Stafle, and has nine thousand doifn^^ift. Genmtil Maner, Pretidenkof the Tennessee A Pacific Railroad, arrived from New York yesterday, where he negotiated for the iron for lining the track between 'here and Lebanon, to be delivered by the first of January. FOREIGN* NEWS. BY ATItABriC CABLE. BFAUr. Ouarasteee Keetorerd. Madrid, December A—^The constittitlonal .guarantees wfaiefa were suspended not long ago aaa mcaanre of public safety,have been restored. Adfaloe at M. Ouiaot. Raks, Deeember A—^If. Ouiaot has written Ictien to a mteber of the FrCpoh Corps Leg-islaitif on ths political affidrs of fVance. He wdviseatbe members to support á parliament-a*y émpirk. _ AX78TKIA. Vi; IftGMGraftGilHVIFMStM XSSlBPBflfltOIUi* Vienna, DseemW 4.—-Prince Msttteiich, Austrian Embassador -at Paris, has arrived here. The ebte^ of Ms visit is to receive tiie InstnRtioúeof bis Government in r^ard to qncsiions at issue between Pkusata and Austria. FROM NEW YORK. New Yctaw, December 4. EATAl. SHOT. Aidei teii fieannell, shot in a drunken political quarrel yesterday, died this momiiig. CHVBCH ■WRIIED. St. Matthew’s Episco|Mil Church, Jersev City, was burned this racwning. The chnrcb was the oldest in Jersey City. Loss, $46,000. IfONEY AMD STUCMJS. easier, firmer, 'd    per    cent. Railway! activq And firmer, and advanced. Michigan Central, 86|; Erie, 28}. FREBIDENT IN EATO* OF SAJRLY RSSrKFTlON. A special to the Bxpra*, from Washington, B«y« the President wiu reconamend the early resuraptioaof specie payments. FROM CHICAGO. theC.3. imiTrou- Tbe Topeka Fire—Another D< X. A P. B: B. Aeoident~Bo blee Apprehended. /^Chicago, Deoeiabff 4. Tbé fire at Topics proveft taoire disastroitt than at first stqiuoeed. All the reports of the l^d Offira, including also the journals of the Island A Pacific Railroad, on Tuesday, died on Tbiueday evening. This makes three dettths from the disaster. Mr. Npcdyk was a highly respectable and wealthy\|antter of Dallas couuty. Seven companies of troo{i* are now in winter quarters at Sherman Bturacks, Oaiaha^. No serious trouble with the Mormons is apprehended, and no troop* have yet been ordered in the direction «1 Utah. ^ FROM WASHINGTON. j    Washington,    December    4. AAFETY Mr TUB mCTJ^B. The apprehension existing concerning the safety of the new iron-clad IMctator, will be quieted the announcement that dispatches have been reeeived from Havana of the Sd, announcing that theDictatiw left 'Tj-bee Sound on-ffie ad, on her way to West. PRESnMENTIAX CA1XER8. A large numbev ef persons, indudipg sevezal Senaton and R^reseotativee, had inter-yiews with the Ptesident    Among eioae who had cowvterfiatioas wNh Graiezal rant were Horace Gureeley, Senator Lewia, of Virginia, Drake, Camarón, and several Senators from the Southern States; B^reeenta-tives I.ogan, Van Horn, and many others. A d^egation of soldiers from N^w Xtvk were received by the President. ^ FI^M CUBA. Another Spaoish X<oan. Havana, December A The ^anish Bank will issue six millions currency as an additional loon to the Govern.-meht. Cmraala Nearly AT**ed. Rochestrr, N. Y., Decemlier 4. The weather is cold. Considerable ice mthe OBiials, and boats are moving slowly. Utica, N. Y., Docemb«r 4L The Erie canal is frozen over. Thermometer, 10° above zero.    _ RBXiIOIOBS. ;cH, Sun- ST. JOHN’SRROTESTAKT EP1.SCOPALCB c*n*er of Heventh and Plum.—Dirtae sorrlf . d«y M*rniiw at 11, Evenin* at THo^rtock. *•▼. J*hn H. Elliott, Beat or. «ubjoct ta Kveaing—“ Its Mtial niiuence." (EV. A. 1). MAVO will pwb a diseourse jtreted by the arguments fa the Bible ease, To-Morrow Ereniiw, In Chureh of the Redeemor, corner of Sixth and Mound streets. SiiksJeet—“la there an Unseolarlan Religion, and wb«t i* that ReUgioaT” CINUREGATIONAL. CHURCH, Seventh stwt, between Central avenue and John—Rev. Ebin Hallo}-, pastor eleet, will preacli To-Morrow, Services at II a. a. and 7J4 o’elock p.m. Strangero made wefc» come. _____________ IkTlKTH STREET BAPTIST CHÚBCH, hetweea Rsce and Vine.—Rev. R. Jetfery, Ik. D., IMstor, will preach To-morrow Morning and Erenliqi. Yeung I*piT»le’» Meeting at P. M-__ 17INE 8TREET CONOREOiif^ONAL CHURCH. V —“The Great Salvation thrcmgh Jesus Chrot," will be ihe subject of the sermons by the Pastor, Ke/. Il< nry D. Moore, To-Morrow, at 11 a. m. and 7>4 e. m. All are corllally Invited to hear._ . -rtlBM UNITKIO BRETHREN CHURCH, corner of r Clinton and Payniiller streets.—Preaching in thv Moruine and Evening by Rev. R. West, Pastor. Sabbath 8} bool at 9 A. M. beats free. FtrSB. ■■1 lenr laliday riraals lo FURS, OF itllK tl BrULTK THE MABlUFACTUflUEB, A4 $0 Per Ce*t. Bel*ir Cost*; No. 157 HaJii, Betwoea Tkird iBd Fourth Stnetfl, •ato» Btton ^ wtnkkWx.SAJir2Efe;mNr4AitN9 AMP aubx^' 1«8 ikXAd 18S BKflOn Between Fenrtk aad Fifth fltreete. Fun (aetiied, AltaMd and Bapaind. _ I    rta»akni Ta. " ■=? Natteul Theotre. 6ol* Leasee and Mmu^er—...—........B. E. J. Mi&xa 4—Tire Perfeeraanoes To- gATUBHAY,_________ Day, and last aiqieannce of MR. JO'B.TSf BROXJCiirHA.AI. ORAND MATINEE—THE RED LIGHT. THIS EVENING—Mr. Brougham as Capt. Cuttle, ia the greta dtaaa af POMSEY A,NH SON. Monday Evening, ^ IN FORRESt ia kfe Msnagvr ace of Elisc Hofttel fOMI, Dstsstibcr tah-^Byron's IVANHOE. Wwaha* with aM«B and daaeas..  RHse Holt Rebecca, “    “    “    “     Harry    WaU Fierfoas to which Maetraley, tot^e and Clan hba-rls ta a fevorit* eoesedy. EteHtat Matine* at 2 o’clock. LUCRETLA BORGIA. M. O. EMae UoM aad Marry WalL Prevloos to which a fiivorite co««dy. Monda^Frank Mayo in “Stiocts of New Tort.» AXIBS XtlZZlK KBSYSKR Wm glvb a SPIBITUAL SEANCE at Ca^ireoixwroofl Hall, S17NDAY ENENINO, December S, !«*. Admis-s0oa23c«aU. • UNITED ClNCnrKÁ'ri S£NG£SBUm posed for i 1. Alite YOCaL AND IKSTBCMENTAL GONCEBI BY theWiiited Chietsnati SWagerbuad, asMsted hy EVENING, DwxmberS. Ite PROGRAMME: PAST I. 1. Symphony Eroeia, Orrhestra .^^-..-^^r^^Beethovea 2. To the Artista, Maesmerehor and Scdoa, with or-chestra, by aU the Soctotlea..................Mondelaaohn A O Pandiso ta Terr* Sceea. Tenor nia ftoa Lo Af^ ricatae. Mr. McLaughUn.............  Meyerbeer A Foaevt Boaip Maaanerekor and Ctohlet*s,.ae*a- the occaaioa—--------------Philip    Walter tawraeto. FtiachsrMath,MeUeranalta Qewlna. ^ 2. Meiaer liebeter Stfamn tat acheaa, by the Jan-aer MM&narchor. 5. Singers’^Greeting. Maeonerrbot Solo and OrrHas tiA.l.-^ ........................... .. .D. .«tchneMev 0. Tuxaiutu». Ovcrtuxje, full orcluwtra. V. Lachner PAKT U. 1. Giaad Symphoay in A MoU for fhll mrheatra. ema-posed by------------------------------PhUip Walter 1. Andante con moto and Allegro agitato. » Allegntto ahoraaad*.    ^ S. Allegro cnertaco a brillante. A G«rasan Sung. Maetmerchor Soto and Orchestra, 8. ¿ípond ^onéettlfor planotorie, with ^rcbmtra. A AitaiH* Spteaota ISptautergong), awd Polsnals*. for »uko-fbite. Mr. ChaaValter......>...,^Chm>ta A Dawa of Spring. Vaennenfaor T. B. Becker A Trlansphant Creaticm. Hymn. Mneaaerehor 8*to and Orchestra  ................Herman Mo^ Cosnamnco at Apractotay. Admlttaane, St oeato. THE0B01ET101IAS’ Grand Concert 6HOANXZATXÓH OP FORTY CELEBRATED MUSICIANS, COM-PRiSING *11 the easinent Soloists of his Greta Orcherica, will give FOCR cmAiro coMCFiim, A.t USomart Halls Wefl*ggfl*7« DMteker 8, Thnnday, DeewteerS, Friflay, Dgmmifegr Batnrdny, Deceaikgr 11» AIDMISSION- YkOT.T.AVz. nra~ No extra charge for Reeerved Seats, the sale of which will commence.MONDAY, December 6, at J. J. Dobmeyer A Co.’s Music Store, No. SO West Fourth at. Flgar FBOGRAMMB. 1. Overture—Tannhaasor...—....—    .Wagaer A Allegretto—dth Symphony .................Bi^hoven A lavltation »la Daaa*....—.Waber (lustrumenlatlon b] A Soto tor Troaahone on by Hector Berlioal The xsar....;.......>.........8Ug«dli Mr. F. LEBTSCH. 5. Traeumerie  .........   ..Sehaiuaa 6. Grand Fantasie—Midsummer NigbUs Dream..— —___...-----------Memlahwtihn PART SECOND. 1. Overture—WilUsm Tell........... .....Ro«lni A WaRa-Gathe Beantiftil    Daauba.......  Stnmaa A Serenade fur Flute and French    Hora......—.Ttol Mesan. WEINER and SCHMITZ, f Polka Maanrka—Lob der Frauen, 1' jjPolka Sehn«n-J*ciM    *..,-8Uaus« “Fackeitanx,” No. 1, in B  —Meyerbeer CQMMTffiflTOM imCffiffilfTffi WILS91I, BCWLBSTOil A CO., PORK PACKERS AMD Go mmiaslon Meri^ants IRo. B1 W*gt Cfewal Street, .-W, XsBQAXt. IVDMI'ND C. HILL will take notice that on the V S^day of Nwvetalwr, 166», Mary J. HIM filed a uetitlon in the Court of Common Pl*a« of Hamilton iount V, Ohio, alleging that she was married to him oh the Sth day of August, toM, and charting him with their minor children, and that she may be roatored to as full and absolute control of all her prc^iierty as she had before said marriage. Said i>etition will be for heariugat any time after January 6, 1*70. *    '    MARY    J.    HILL, PeUUoaer. J. F.» Bai.pwik, Attoroey. November 25,1969. W*A fVil?UW»P8.-i-SHOHnE»T A] Bonrte to 111 Sfistora Cities, Twwns, íH'*: ilt 5 wSsMársjssíí^^ íS;.s New floe, aoiOhsni--------- House ofBce, eerner mf Ttae tai Bakar «toaal|b i noua* o«ne*, easiier *( vmei^a Uw Denta, tefiFrsari atast-Onralbusca eadl far p*«aa—era. Wv-ix O’nHBN, < , «win Tiehta Agiat. Ciitasti,BHW«a fiDttalttlMf Traimslinm t« aiU htem CimaimMeU ag flpDtVK gnafean Bxpiata (Eale fetal a «yO-7.-fia*. m. 4:— ,--- :____'i'saa.rüsiít    z.    iists: Toltato. DtaaeM mad Oar—a-----«tap. aa. T:Wl.aB. riwaitaCUMpf—ftafip. at. TiMA as. ‘ SSt S: _     „    — -.tafotaMr.jiata AjJj^ruas daily. AJi tatatp*— run ^c3»wta Maw. whiefti h staaa rata- nta fifotens than ClOcinaati time. Ctarinj^ oMta ta* MA tM Vlae atesta; ife. m Fourth ataatat astahsata esrwre Feaat aad Brand war. and Depot, ewncr Flflh and HoadlcT streets. , D.McLARBM, General ánparitai Sam'l ñrayajjñoa, Qen’l Tlckta AgrnC IcmisTflle % dncifiBati Sbort Liu SllL Time, FTiv® Houi ■^yare, OO Transfer frara Hatalg gr Bib#»*#— U jAm J>epet Ft——Tfeg ikfirft fl^-BaU Bm— to tko $»mtk—Itor— Ik—OFkT—i— BoUf. LonlaviUe, daily...— firfifiajm. 4to}y, «• «unday- 7^ p.m.    mu l^TiU^taly, «j^-SiteyaidlN. aa. fittOa. at. Waltea, dally, ex. Sanday-— 4:Mp. as. 9Ai a, ra. This Caray aay h «^rina itet tadneeaaenU to |i«r-aonaseeking country rriddtiann and rarallgarraOJkr lOCffil 9^- F«r '1 local fiue. Fa* thrraigh tieheta and all uianvnauoa ly at the Company’s oSee, No. 1 Barata in roriataen ■ SAYTL GTLL Gcn’l Suporta ATLANTIC AND 6KKAT W19T8IH zx.a.xx.'ta’ta.xrra. l.gffO Bdns    KuHiweBtt 860 Mil 0I^Witliota Change mi Coaehrat lAGHTNlKG EXFMBS8 Ttatae ana aa ftatowa: MOBNING EXPRESS toárca ClnetansU daUy, «at-cegt gandaya at 7 A. M., aiqyiag direetfy thmaghto New York without change of cars, reaching Naw gitafc BSKtdaTtafirfifiP. mT^ PBSS8 la«vra CiaritMta dailv fift taking praeage_by tto toda ■KtdaytaSrfin LIGI^ING 9:46 P. M: Phsaet fihtnrdaya, move i out detention, reaching taTA. M. Thia I* the only line ruaaiag two throngh UghtainE Expreaa Traína to New York without ehaag*. •ratsUswtitaeta via thto Hn* are srao «C ¡T taoogh to Mew Ye*k wttg-New Ymk Monday asoratag The whole Ihie, Ctwa Cincinnati to New York, ia oa-der one maqfioiteBl. Bsraeagacs are nta anhtoat t* thoM detoys «Mannoyaaota tacldwit to lines nraia on fiwra a neaslWbf anóet potato. A Palace Hiecsdag Conch to tatached. to tha »:4fi F. M. Exprigaranniag to New York without ehaag*. Frathrataffiftoiataand fisrther tafiwaaaltoa yiaaoa taautoao» HinCMaipany’s efltoea, 115 Vine street; fig Woarlteth shmet; eunser Biendway and teafe streeto;,No. 4 Burata Uouwaad ta depaA ’    WTr.    BARR. ffiOlTTE TO f.xx>ms texd 0£EE0AGK> Indianajnffu* CisAiaaAti flUUfeyfittn Cirwtat fkotafi Ctawtotaasgf tra IM. Itetla, CfeflL Ctaite, Mctepfeita, «ew Ova ffitalteF, at. Dtra HtaiafiMM* Kfitll aufifll lUvcr Cttfos IM «feta WCtaC, ■ BitaB, araaara, awwarapi fotaraa, Joseph, Keohtah, Ottafiihta, MM# taH K« lYVE THROUGH TRAXKS DAILY (Snadarya «c-eepttd)a«feUowa:    ' ixoiAXAreus, ctscixxaxi a ULvavarnt . Leave. Arrisa, ladtonapolto A LafoyCtte Malt, g:W a m. J9:49 a aa. St. Louto aad Springfield Ex— 9:10 p. nu SA7 m. am eSL Louis andTqnringfield Ex.l0:90p. nu S:4tiCra.. lavyeacehiMtg it«rtawiiw>dtaionl<>:f a ra. fiiaSyt as. Lawrencebuig Accommodation 4;fiD p. as. S:S4 a. aa« «The«9:96F. H. trata wiU leave ^daya. b«t ata «a batttiüaya. - VIA WHIIXWhTXa TMAgir UITIBIOV. ftifeagift Man.....................7:fifia aa. M:15 a. ra. Chtof* Exprera. ...........fitoF^ 9rf» p. ta Harriion AccuraraeOaaoa.. .—. 6:30 p. m. 7:10 a. gSTNo change of cars between Ctacinaatl, St. Louis aadCUcr;y>. Elegant Sleeping Cam on all Night Tintafo ■—    «    I    obtained    at    th( can he the'BnraeC ThM«ta^ ________ House Office, corner ta Third and >1X80; River Otaees, corner ta Walnut «ad river; and ta Depot, — nnra and Feast streeta squares ofthe roctomce, aaa ta* pnneiyai noteis aa *“ RICHARDSON. Snperintoodgfit. A. E. CLAttr, General Ticket Agent- CteéIuMitt ét Mmdimmmfitm JhmMmm WUMramA FOB OXFORD, CONNER8V1UJL CAKWOKMB» CITY, New rastle. rnnbrlllr TniUsnannm. Itasa Harta St. Xncis, and aUjtatta Weat. ■ TWO DAILY XBAINB to ladiaaapolis withaal change ta cars.    * Laav* OaciBnaU, HamiltoB A Dayton Pegat, gandaya excepted, as fidiowa: Depart.    ARivra St. XauIs, Indtonapoito a Maneto  ..... 7:15    a    aa. 10;» p. aa. Indtoaaptato gt. Lo«to Osaaer»-ville and Muncle Exprraa..— 6:00 p. ta. 1:30 p. aa. BAGGAGE CHECKED THOUGH to aU pctafll» ii«l poiais West. For Throi-^h Tickets and all information, apply at tb* Ticket Otacea, No. 90 West Fourth etreeA Ha Itg Vine etreet, Burnet Honae, aortheetacoraerFrontaafl ~ ot, corner Fifth and H (^tuabua tlrae. which to Broadway, and ta Depot, corner Fifth and Uoadlx xtara jrua iw Cratuali minutes foster than city tim*. streets. J. H. SMRUDON, Qanwtal »ap« J. A. SXMrta, GeneoATRAta.Aqwto ■dei 741 RILES WrraOCT CBAlIliit! PEINTVSYnLiV^IVrA. TFffidc^ Bailroffitf If PASSENGERS GOING EAST should read the fo*> lowing arrangement ta Through Tratas, aad earefhlly nota the naoaliaa marita and advaatagrawi the Pengr-sylvaaia Central Route, which have made the moat uopelar and best, patronised Hne between C5neinaatr and AUaatic Uttos. 7:00 A. M. Train leaTes Ctacianati dadly, exe^ Sundnra, with SILVER BALA^ DAY AND SLEEPING CARS, which run through to New York via Fhitodelphia and AUeatowk wMhont chawta riving at'nodn the.next day. Font Hours ta advance af all oroer Lines. Arrives in Ph!ladetphU at 9:» A. M,, New Tark, 11:45 A. M., and BaHfai*t5.»:«0 A.TE, Two Hours, ia advance ta Rival Routes; Waahingtoei, |2;25F.;jd.Vt«atoh, IIMOP. M. 6t« at Pbiladelpbia 1 :J0 r.    aa« new lorxo.»^ u two bouta and twenty mlantta ta Mvanee ta aB ”    V I  A. 1 A ^ wmaEpa ,hi*i« raefcjafi w^aara £*«.*> 19 n ■■4 f« ■■ ri vil lines, and in time to mate cenaecUona to Boston. 5-15 P. M. 'iVsln leaves «nclnnati daily, exeefta Sundnv, via Psn-Handle Route. Ptttaburg. 7:99 A. M.; Harrisbuis, 4:30P. M. Arrtata at P^adelphia »-25 P. M., ano^ew York at 10:28 P. M., Saviim a Delay ta Eight Hoars and Forty Mtaotes incideat to Ot nfflT line's, KH» P. M. Train lesees Cinrianatl daily, via Faa-Handle Route: Pittsbnre, 12:40 P. M., arrives la PhU-adclphto at 2:45 A. M.; New York 6:15 A. M., IN ADVANCE OF, and In season to secure Hotel acoommo-dations l>etore the arrival ta passengers by rival lineot and insuring ccsmection wttb the 8:60 A. M. tnda itr MLVESl PALAC» CAR te attached to the Satnp-d«v 10:00 P. M. trala, nnmtag throi^ to New York wiiboat change. This train reeches Philadelphia ta 3:‘;5 A. M.; L:;ltimore. 2:80 A. fbvr hoursaafl twenty-five mintrtes, andWtahii^on N:iS A. M., thte* hours and twenty-five minutos iCtalranee ta all other routes. Doeton, 5:4B P. M. , SPEED, COMFORT AND SAfTtTT.—The Psnnsyl-vania Central excel* Ito competttors iir qoirx tiwk to New York, without tke dtoeomforts and d»g«rs «f eatcetalve speed heeagne It Is 1« arxas anoaraa Mte the New York Ceatitl, 118 wn.»* snoaraa thaa te AtlanttoA Oveat Wetaera and Erie Boatos, and to thw best buUt and most carefblly maaaged road ta th» country. Through Tickets to sale at the CompattJ'a rt’ 8 Burnet House, Cincinnati, at Ticket ^ Little Miami Railroad, and at prlacipaV*". ML, In the Weat. Genev»' B. C- ' /;

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