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Cincinnati Daily Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 7, 1869, Cincinnati, Ohio I Tin- CllRONIOLE. Xvery 1>»7 tSnndajs Exempted TKUM—I*All Y. XKliM' v^j'KVY Bt Ih» f**». 1>J    *>•    '■infl.'    t    •" lh«riau«lli ------ Tj    »    1    I»    .    fCt«,    (itf I r '* By tba «««^ ««rher. xe Ctnb g«i«^ at «I >•> *-' An eauB«iff u ■rtt<-r up    W«*U»- .tnrv r'ttt llfUl. Ai>ViatnMs«; n.\i i,'.-i>uriw i ^iu^r Uixa .    .a!    1-»    .    •! »«• XaUet*. |K    IX    . W»ula. For    1    « \i;;ciSN All    ^ I JRAI1.ROAPS.    f    »    ^ hel&ble** Little IÍÍaibI 'KbUtmUI •Old n KbUtmUI J y|A f%MJ»MBllH.—«HOBTS8T 4MD QTJf*_ £<Vt^P. F^«a. Twwüa, Vma«aai^4ü|a* '^^FiJirR 'D'XrtY rínúitcn tbains, «mumcum «till mH ttoe tirtat 'inmk Kail road Ila«a^ iba Bhc. vol.. 2. CINCINNATI, TUESDAY KVKNINC, I)E(1EMBEB 7, 1869. NO. 288. THE IVEWH. The traliA.niia l ejíi-lAloro met yeNterUar. Joe JeflV.r^'>n i' )*'•< Vaji Wmkle in k.i-aiii    .    •    .    * NavÍKai»"* Uv    rfrlr    it    ioA^iii- >r tKK RK.NATK COM-MITTKES FILLEU. e*>';l £'■» ---■ A<imix»l Ibihlgren U vi'Itin" hi>i fricml' ai CdtnnlM^ (%k».    ^    _ tv. Ueatb Ammémcví. The Nev York EtpnMie, an eTcnIn>( [vaix-r, }:M* ended tu cmre~r. 'Ilie Wyoming Leíj'i.lainre ha.- pii'-knl the ^ Ukaa iMilTnUi.r tall. Pt.    ^hare    a    conpe    CumMflj,    on tb*    Vmk.    J    ^ J a^lX» nwUbXd# fikMtrfiit, ^irfiii^m. U vc -ahfy sfMik» «r ibr tbe Cirrali Jadgeahip o( tin» Oble DUulet. lien. Ijitnn. of Mi p.ubnUe '1.4X- V iáa affcaTti ary. Hunter SícímIhmí has haenamointed Pro- JUaeetee «■.•nri. irt apoken of a- the U I iarkt.- f-ir Third Auditor has haai^uminted Pro-Aa dl^eerd» J ^ Hmtt, atKaoselllc. The Keotacky Legiidatarc will ▼< ow to Hea. TbonuM 14tb io*i., Ihr a mrrr*)»' ti.r Lai(t-<i ■'tale. ji. i,¡.ie. de, on the nuM M-<*arty la >* G^daia JohmKkd%id»4t>a.-\iali>r l«a^>eotor, ►n- aeriij^niall. d'. vn.i at '»l.Lou;« re^terday. ibiJ- A4<lBH/rijpi Ñ. Tho*n"b r«>«rt a    9f- tbe achewe Í9- annexing JH. I ' I 1 <w = atkO te twrnttcá IKahM. The Haa    i»4h«^ fntirba.- -i f. . «loT-.eud >.y 3. W. >imnnto«. I* Plcker-teg an-t i:e K ‘ it h .>f the Kr*»im§ BmflMim. Afí»i2í «.-I -t«he«wWlda Wreepee. A ^1. ilrttieni; lint. Mimnr. and other womon of W->nian'a Blíbt» a-.t n* i • . .. i!t iiirplj to the Si»^ rv „,r of St. ] . _'i- u> ':.g1 v<-i'al ig'tatAa at cheeamitig elee- táoa. A neirru charged trijik murder the |a«m <l|N«itf.4la..« a «t«á ef the )M iMt., hU throat eat. mad the aaAirtaBMe maa haBged. At thg m^dhpaJ alaOlpi 1h MootSQndEry, Ala., r—a^mr.titMiñagi. Bi»iihiUha.drM.fa almlhjr Mayor, together wtfh the vhele BepuUieaa AWer-■laalr ticket. WilliaB Cary, nov ehudaed in the Ohio PMkÜeaUary ander —ateaea ft»r tUh. hM |aat be«M la-dieted hrdhe Utaad dary at CMamhaa te maider U the dial itgyia.    ^    ~ Coegegeaiannl we*dli|p ia eaiiitd li# |Í« eaaaaaf the mnt.-«ai «-fdnha IL Cedrnth, a prnaildtni ^dltivutb. ft*>aa Haatiagtoa eeaaty to At a reii^eat MMdn^ ta Cofumboa, Ohio, ahaat    pataaaa    dgaided    that thay had Miad atara the meeMag e# the Ohio State iCeaaeatioB. Lavhi Smith, a earwnter, in the erngtor tjf <MMt MiiiiSC    Yinrnr A    "lahrfm died Haaday al^t. haetag hcea rraehigj the day yea- aiaaj hetarcea I va At Cofaukbia Cftr, ladituih, TcaterdaT, Ch««. M.nCiiSSiAgaSfr ia **Tn r*TÍ Rr—tnr Mortoa wiitea to kia triends in In-dlmegrlta, Itom WaehliÑm^lMd ha la ceaddeat the l lAeelh AiradMaat will heeeaaea part of the Cea- Mltaltna tifmi Ceagramadorna Oes. B. R.Oom»|, af 0^ sfi «a daty oa the Poridé eoaal soate tfaae, vaa ap-rtiae. tor the ^Utricta aaaapoaad of C«ll> dtraU. t tah. Miea AmeUa Hcsncr, tfaa young ladY wbo vaa aerÍL aajyetiaragd* fc« dayaatace at F<»rt Wayae, ladiaaai, ;H :T ijgl^d coal ail laiep. dkd fruai her iaUariea ycaUtdkrteeooga. At Xeir Caetle, Delavare, yeeterday, Joahua Jaamaad ketrte hfetadHh. a ahita anmaw, a% FebrtMry 4th. Judge PaoTinca, of the San Frascieoo Police pan.hta^ i’hlaiaf^dt. iirawildlhdlpA- Coast, ate has hea dertJod S* ü^dtcth' vmrf, haillh the FaastenMh Ajacadawatef the Katteaal Comtita. John BrettstdMa; #b#bHI bÉllO lii trial tar dcroa tetttxday •HSe. aadtaáteidlé JteXtma Priam I lMii—iÍÉ>iCimdPdMAeriAyi heeMi u dd ma^ iMjeieii that ha aad aMa la xtla oat ye<t-a-dajr. n> IhP—M ii atMad.thc reaaiea aC tho Onuid Army of the Cumherlaad, adiMMitepoliv oa tha iXh aad ICth. TVe cttor of tlw'Úáan^^    kJ y Am to the dlamaeraUr Stake hk oas pdafdo ndhead ta TbhCMwdal pfebifintl MhO# pjbKijasa latter dram CheyaMa^hlgh fHte lte iadieas eoa-tinae    deptaMHem at iñanaa» poiau la Wyo- mlm. ' r Biri -• jB tetiUBhm is aew tTEEVGTH OF THE CITBAH INSURGENTS. FATAL ( Ol.I.lSIOV OX THE PEXX.SYL* l .VMA KAILUOAU. FROM NEW YORK. Bobbcrj of Postofllce at East Liborly, Pa. OfflO STAIE DENTAL CONVENTION, CoBYention of Municipal OtUcerit. Ittendance on .supreme Coxrt .of Ohio. Snow Storm Prevailing in the East Manicipal XUactions in Maaaachasetta. Cnpllifd PraetícHl la Caba. XIMjRCkSfi ■,hBHKl> AS» HHOT. tiEX. JORDAX MARCUiXH OX (JIBARA. The Press #f New York oi ihe MAswige. •«it df tha Albaay d ■«a^«an»nna Railroad. C'dH ttmm Mr. Bee«B«r fa ^Mf>Bef«!&9e. FROM WASHINGTON. X<i>po^th to ttdt Cltrvacie.1- >Vashi?ío»o», December 7. THR aetAT* rosrsirmrra. Tbd ConuuittHFof Ae Senatp app<fiiUe(r'by llie crtierts to frH the mrtftn ieíi on committees haae neic>ctt>d .'^■nator <'ati Schur* for theCom-mitlea^ tjp Foreign .¿ViTairn; Morrill, of Maine, AlbairhidnTf -Aibé ^mmittee on Apprdj>ria> j^n»yCk«Hgih An Mav.a1 .Kffahw, ahd Fhrryduk Coihmittecto audit ucivnintí». There are ei»ht w-natom to come in from the .‘íouth, and a *uc-ccMor to (}riaie% of Iowa. RTlFTlÁlISO' THE HRfW.tOR. Thimediately n|ioD the ameinbling of the IfouFdB, they went, into CouMuittee of th« Whale on the President’» Meowige, and rcfer-rt-d the dii&rent ponkma of it to the appropriate oosnuitteee. T.ATrm ntosf rr*B.t. Thefltiile T»epartment has reliable informa-tioa that the iargmC force of Oibna insurgents in ssiT aoti body will not exceed three iU<«-■aand. and that they do not hold a single town Af city. BF.MOTAI. OF THR CAPITAL. lioth Houses are flooded this morning with documents in larar of the remoral of the ^phal to the W«M, and the friends of the projcet mm hmm-i« feeae. -1 acm aur.kTE Mr. Morton introduced a joint re>olution de-chidng tlie Slste of Virginia rer¡tored to its re-latihiht, thfvViij^i APd,entitled |p reprc- Mr. Trumbull introduced a bill making it a mhderoeenor for any Congremman or Senator to tecranmend any person for apjiointmeut, except in answer to f letter of iiMyiijy from the l*re.<ident or the Department officer». r>Up:>tch to tlie Cbsaniele.) Ntrw X'oKK, T>ec« rnl»er 7. The :ibt-<,H>n<l¡ng Di-pnly Collei'lor, TUatch-ford, will liuve an e.xainiiuUiou un lu-xl .Satur-day. trrvat iuten.-Ht is manilWtiHl in the trial, i and .-onu- rn h d¡M lo>urcs arc cxpcctctl. The j triid will no doubt occupy a numlH'r of days, as a very largo nundH*r of witniNiM.n are to be e.xajniin*d. 'Flie Coroner’s jnry hare rcndere«l their verdecí, ilcclaring that McF'arland fireil the rtlu>t whk'h kilUsl Kichardson, and on being ques-tioiK'd by the Coroner, McFarland stated that it would l»e u.seh'Ks for him, at this time, to make .any .‘•tatenient in advance of the law; that lie wopld nwait his ^iiidicatióu imtil the ¡«ipartial 'tHal is luid that is guaranteed to him by tlie law* of this ÍMate, and coucluded by ■saying: “My sccim'rs will then be confronted with me; the forms wisely created for the complete d» velopinent of truth will then l>e ob-•«rTi-d, and the rt-sult w ill then be declaretlby s jury of iny peers. While I fully appr€K;iste my situation, and regard the future with l>e-I'cnling ccncern and solicitude, it may be that tiuic will demonstrate that the sanctity and ssfdy of mere social and moral interests dept ml on the suceess gf my defense than identity au<! connect tln n»sclvi-.s witli the niaiiitc-naie-o «if the proseeuihrtu.” tiohl at II ::a^. 12:.*» ; at I J M., 19ft. llonds are dull, (mt steady. Sterling e.x-chapge dull at lOSj for GO-day bills. Tlie car-ryigg r^u for gold is d per cent. Thé ddthiag house of your city m*ntionc4. as hatijkg suspended, hsT« made an arrsnge-meat with their cre<Utors, and the matter has liccB atljustetl to the .satisfsiction of all. Tlte stock market is firm, »ith a fair busi-ncKi doing. Hslance in Sub-Trca-sury yesterday, $Rfl,-ióó,í)12. To the -Western Associated Press.    ' THK WE-kTlIKK. Tlie storm has ceasetl. Four inches of .snow Itave falKi),can»*ikgmucli deteutiou to railways in and out of the city. Now clear and cold. KKW YORK PAPEK.-Í OX Tllj: M15SÍAOE.. Tlie Jierafd say» President (•hnnt’.s message is that of an honest, clear-headed, pratXii-al Dtan. In the reeom^roetion business he-simpfy looks to the executfou of tiie laws. His nlan for the funding of the debt and the gradual return to specie pigments, will meet the general aiqiToliaimn of uie oouutry. jA nauaidant tike niciwagi non-eommittal on Cuban aifoirs. It is a gootl buninou-^ met^ntxge. The Timea says the message is one of good news throughout. Tlie Worid says this is the wt,jl ssk miTiJeige ever seut to Congroswhjr tutt American Presi-yhmfc- •ie-eoitsideiw that the message settles the Cnlmn inaurrection against the patriots, and on f iiascial aflhirs is too tjnixotic and chiuer-icalt for serious consideration. The rwiwte-rugwBF the message m olb of the wis«il4iiid nko«i|i^dicÍQiic ever tranainikted to Oinfñ»^, and prediobi its hpArty ^protal by the ^Bciidkn jieoiiia. MB. BSMtMiai D^lmnae iriBoeimeA- Mr, Beeelier .printa a «aid in- the Tiikwte defending his cptute ia the KfobArdson marriage tiiid funeral. FROM CHICAGO. FROM PITTSBURG. Orgsniautlop «f Coon(^—JTupan X*riáoea --«Trowblea mt • Boandinairtaii Vami}r-<«--^Fost Xorteaa of T>or«thte -Vanderboir-»-Tpe WalsR Appeal—Fatal Afbay. pTwktal IHipstcb to tb* Ckroaicle.^ '^ *■1^    - —PiCTCTrBt^iMmabBi 'Tr FATAL BATLBOAU COLI.l.-siOX. A collieioD, attended with loss • of life, obrorred at Manor’s iStaliou, on the Penn-syltania Railroad, at a. qtmrter-past twelve this morning. The chain of the^^nike attntéfTédto the maU tmla due hsr» at half-past one, had become disarranged, and a atop    Mftnw’s    Btotiea    to    flx it. The fn ight train was twenty minutes in Mar of the BMtil. There ia a skarpcorve near the aUtion, and the engineer of the freight Uaiti did not observe the mail train lyii^ Thg ^ody of an OBknowp iilute Ma was rua ever bf * tr«ia m tte fltelbyviiie iTntKsaai BUwaCb zoa« «W SstasBsu al^t. sa* «ht la twsta. The Gswsr^i tofsw JicImuB    hsd    bori» akurUered ate plactá oa tte txask. The Baa P^atiaui Cltamber cf Cooimeere I r I I i< itm ■ uiiimsYiaiiiM kU4t «he tlsslTB, or to ex-StoUastte Ctenstebwcn nf Ja«M to titt »»4-m Yftefflte-Ttetorday fjr «0 iBTe«tÍKxto tte ataSitiew or «.u,u cu4u«- arvwaa aa tte rtaatattosi ta tb* HSstet. Thev will |I umtsiy Aswn s tewty wttk tte Hswahui Klug- LefCi. The —gma aau mto the rearW the pas-setigec .^aLb, raiising it to telcsrrrpo J) Xibauan woe badly demolished, tkntnge bo a^, only <fbnr pBfloengew w«re «lightly ii^red. OBgiBaar of Ihe    trmm wan injared, biB not aerioosly. IHe krakwasm, Be^ Hards-^ry, on the freight, ira» killed, and a peddler named Henay Mukln, oil thu pBs^seuger tfuin, so seriously irgured that ha will <Uo. poarorru E robbert. * The Pfwtoffice at East Liberty waí robbed last night. Every letter was Bsken, even to soose abont to be sent to the I>cad Letter office. Ivo cine to the robliers. FROM COLUMBUS. V    CTucAiKy    December 7. Tlie nrV (JpBuia a Ouancil met last nlkbt aiui >«k(ar oegMtBtid a# AtMslci* J«ihBZ’omi*lnr-I’re^iflcnt, >fnyor Mahon proteeting against theriglit of (’ouncil to do HO. '^le Xlu^or tlmi aeákfii his luimTÍiy.' w ■ -whn-h ( mmril «dhumieA.    - The Prince of .'fodawana and suite will have here to-morrow afternoon fpr New I'.ruiisw ick, N. J., whgte they go to obtain a tV>ruugli si-'ivRtiftf odmAtíon. They dress In -A’liwricjiii rostiiine. iJwo “mall cliihlreu of a Hcamllnavian eiiii-pgunt family died y«sterduy:>on the car» of the XTichl»». Central’ Kadlted, of dipth«aia. Th^irliixHes were brouglit t«i this city. Another, and only reniaiuing child, is at the point of de:itli with the same tlisease. I)r. Marshall, who made a foti motirm ex-.amhiatinn on the iiody of Dorethea Vauder-hott, wlio was supjmisihI to have di«xi from {M>ifon, reports that lier death resulu-d from nng «Üütase.    .    .    - Ip the apjieal of "Daniel -Walsh, imirdc^r, to tlie IPwpixviie (’ourt, tiar a writ ot^erro«*f'fW (-ourt derided that ik will npt iBtertm.' M« will he hanged on Friday, lig killed a young girl to whom he was uttaohod. An 'affray fook jilace Ik’st YifghtMn fhé^-loon 8Tfl Soirth Canal sflxa't, béfireefi PlftrtHk f allaghan. Train Master ou the CldcagoANt. IxiQUk HwiLroad, and Jiickl^r* * harhor,. itt whh'^^^llaghan was_Ho badl^ stabbed t^at he A ftihtry breachei* iir iTie P»p*^ mill of Blaick,'-«l Maiweillcs,'!!!., exp)«ded last evening te four olclo«-k.-entinFly-tIeBMHBhing lh«-, ImilcUBg, and YiHing Mrs. XJLcDouaid ami Mrs. Wilson, dangerously injunng Ja.«. C, Brattca. and Mbs. XbiimirtKifl, add slighlly injuring* several others. "I B««t. k* te kUtesltlfil to tte Govern meat of Js^md oa Xteir iniirs- Mbs. j. H. LeaUt, wifo of a Waterloo, 11-Unbb. teitev. was, am. teteay mt tek wosk, «IccW goperimtowtete *f Ite Casutftesttnasl BsMiaUi arte*l mt that lillatn <uhsr raaiHatiw woe* ts tteteW. tet ter p«[«1hV*iuiite *r mmA s pissttloa w Hr exostete ttet af tte frnileanw wte wses psuf JieA tba* ste BUM nmimlaormd} rte ed to tte The Mfwrt mt the PiMse Printer for tlie yrar saAlng Brttrssbv 9$, Utt, is omt. Tte prtaclpsl Act -*ii^Tr* tiiiB la h h that tte whole «xp«adi-teiwsf tesi tuWBg ■■■ tetteysTwas BM«A«A «xpsBssof tea te nmmmnáa M «r te huMÉtaBi •» aa ai •tB,« IUtehW ^SlFw y*fc, tel •K Ftet Ateint at Ernt-m, ■abrs U M ■■ri-r.xii <-l at vbi-^ pnrt tte re«aaia« ut Mr. TtobiiT Wsw. to orrtam, Uiat (tey cwrihi w«th the nthtelte ate mJtátmrr, «A — speiais w«h la Bn. —«TM of rv-fwctsad Itjaor ta tte Mrmory at ite dci..MM-d. A eirralar letter has her» tmat by the Sei're-Irry of tte Trasanry. laktx..ctiug Collector» of t'o»-kaMtesto'slInw tte laudiar any aatesla fkvn» gByBga ntept opid tte pnstuf'tton oí a Cwtealsr e-f-^BBitefibpAlhsy as* fW-*-fr, n    Tte ggHBPglBdte appears to h*»e been judrised that eoata-tte hte ate ateath at OMat tetes, is’no» ^Tsleat ia ^rope. [Sparlal THapatrli to tte Chreodcla.] ^ Í    (JoLCJXBtns D<?cember 7. BTATK WCXBAI. coKvsarriox. There are about thirty members in atteiid-hncr OH thB pieetlhg of tlie Htabe Iiental A --<>e4i»f(«Wi. srbii-li ennTTneneeil tbto mrmtiii» fn the rts'Ois of the Y. M. t.’. -\. The President, W. P.IIorton, of (."leveland, presides. 11. A.HUfith, of Cincinnati, was elected to fill the vacancy in the Board of ^ate Examiners, cau.sed by the expiration of the term of Dr. Harroun, of Tok-do. The si’ssTon wHl continue for two days. The discussions will be coofinod to to])h s of interest to the jirofession. Sl'PREME COFRT. At the a»«ion of the Supreme CViort this morning, the first fifty cases on the docket was calkd. hlany diatiugnlshed attorneys from abroad trarpjfpcnt.. MVXKTPAL CXlXVEXnOX. The ceaiVBiaddB bf mnnfcipal áñfhóritien arill rr-uvene at 2 o’clock. í^everal strangers are in the city for thoptepteRuf attending it. ^OOBgONAXEDi. Tito Mai»nibn Coal and Mining Ckimpaiiy, Capital, 5-200,000 was incorporated to-d.ay. FROM RICHMOND. ProceediDgs of the Hational Board of Tr,\de. Kf< HMoKD.Pei'einher 6. .\t the stesion of the National Board of Trailoto-day a delegate froiu t)i« XtOuiavillo Botkid was received. The executive council retHiiiimended Bufl'alo, New Yorlto.«lBert piafe of meeting. Hamilton A. Jlill, of Bos-tiui, was re-elect«Hl Secretary of the Board. General Canby, being preseiit, was invitetl within the bar.    \i    ' Tlie Committee on Improvement of theOído and Mississippi rivers ««^lOiled reaolocroiJl asking Congress to niakd ajiproprhltion.s for the of olistructions to navigation in thc^ rivers, esiiecially at the mouth of the Ohio yapids, at Hock Island, andj>t^ Moinc¿, and iirovidt tluU hndgct over ¿baOhio nliquld have one span 400 feci long, w\d hrit^cp i^er tliL‘ Mis.sisslppi abov« the mouth of smiri, with one span 300 feet long, aiul all • elcvatetl as not to obstruct nav^igatipii, and piers of theae forages bhuuld be Io¿át«d by Government engineers. The r4t)>ort wtw aniundctl so as to leave out the claiiae fixing the length of *he spans and to ask Congress to improve tli^iarlsirs of Mobile, Hichiucv^d, Savannah and Cliarleston, and adofited by i\yet> 59, nays .‘E Tlic’ Comnaittoe on Resumptinn ^ §pecie Pnyuients re^iortcd resulutiwaf    adirui- ing that the fa.d intcreets tff'therhrtutTv demand the restoration of a sjieeie staiulard of value. Second, n-eoiiimending to t'on<fre-is tlw i.-Mie of 4 p«-r <vnt. lionds, payable in .”>0 voiirs, with principal and iiiloreKt in Kol‘t, whieh may lA; exchanged for grt-eiibaeks al par, til»- greeiilau-l. .s to l>».- thus with-iiniwn, until the anioiint outsland-ing d<Ks not cxoeetl tlireo hundred millions, and all thus withdrawn to be canceled. Third, autliorir.iii^ the establish-ii|i-nt oi mir Netipiial Raitet m -Ahose fnttn wf the cofoifoy ViiciJia T« not tltoir due {iroter-ifons ol.iBÍi|l htuikA kB-    Bofos i^t firSbx- ceed rtie amount of legal tenders witlidrawii from circulation, and in uoe«.se to ex.ciied <me-half their paid-up capital. Fourth, that National Baiil^lie rtspiired by law tu return the coin rcHcrvod for intcnat on bQads'<lepks«-ted trf.4octire their efrciiliition iintif    P‘7- nient be retumied. Messrs. Opdy**®! df New X'ork, and Ilosie, of »Sotfth Caroliim, offoreil minority rejMirts approving the pres«B(lik%B-cial policy of the Government, and a«lvoc:»flug its coutiii'uBtoc*.^ Mr. Urubb, of FhtladelFdilh, offerwl a substitute pro^Kisiiig to work the United Hhrtes Tr«i.s«ry with uncli private can-ital OS may ho iM'cesBary in auklition to the pub lic nionej*, ait a bank ehartered for a term of vears. A loug and general disctuaion fol-lowetl. After tlie debate, all the propositions «»ere defeated, and ikxj>lac« of theyi the Board adopted «aalv thofixtt x«aoliUÍoa.- óf the un^u- ity report, tieclaring its belief that the re«umi>-tion of si»ecie payment is an imperative necessity. It was ortlered that the deliate in the Board on this subject be prijited and traus-mlttedto Cuugress. |irci|IQfh£!iB, fooUng |o B fini^m rate bf Jnlgréat- ih Bie eouBkry, Vaa 4<Aafo«l brieflf abdjahML .    .    . The 3d projiosition, for a uniform inspection of flour and grain, was indefinitely postponed.    , The aOtb ikTBpotttion, |iskijig CoBgansa Jo XL|st CONGRESS-SECOND SESSION. SECOND EDITION. .''I:N .\TK--\V    6. Hr. Iirako intrv-lu- fif u bill fiirtb»-r lo •lefiiiio Hint wwi-liite th»' JiiH-«<lif-tlon nntl powi»T» of thef'oorl» of tiu-t'iilt<-<J    The    hili prevtihM thnt no eourts eiaafol 1*7 «IIV art tti i'Hnnrmmt -or jml-y-ii lliereof, •ball hiive ptiwi r in any o;in« iq adjaji^e or hold any act lir joint r»-»-oIul ion of-OiBrre^i Tnralld for any hupikwd repiixnaiioiy. betwW « suek act car jouu- reaa ■ lutnw and dhc Coa^.iUiMou of the United States, or f»-r «ijf aiippo"ed winit of pjifthorlt/ In snch Consrltu-ttoiik->r Ite SMue, nor ^•HaH ite apéllate jurisdletion of tqe .Sopw-Hi# Uuurt of tha Uaiied Skates he COD-hUiiAi to auUiorlro that Ovuft In aarrase now pend-lug dr hereafter bnjught beftire It to afflrm anv order, juoi^tnent, or diHrroe of .iny iii(4ri*r tlaitod MUtes FIVG 0*C1.0€'lfi P. M. Couit. or at aar . Stat* I'va.-t, wiilcb bIuAI appyr to ifd uiK)ii any such adjudpiugol' h<jlaiiw¡ ■h order, juiigoieiit, or decr^, Shalt, for thi-lkflUt'e.-borkTersed, vol<to<l and anaulled. huvftbecn bi'i iiiK)!! any hut ^very SMch order, juilgment, Trie bill »aa read tte k*oo«d tii .. iherj codsideration was - pottponcd wten iu fur-uutU Monday Wlllianis introduced several hUls in rifgard to iniy^venmnls in the Rlnte oTOregon'. d also |iresv«tod a tell b> i*xni»tw «te Imftihcrteon of Cqiui'einto the Uuiteil Sutes. It pruvides that any i-i/ntrai t or ajnwerrenl to procure or aid Iho Im-kurtktlon or liiimiHnition of Chinese ihto the Uaited eWl^tetel te aaU, ate «kotea tte fntoeueha conlmct a niijtdenieanor, punishable by a fine hr nolle»» thah BgW ár i«(i>r&dfiii0ril uck Itws thnniBtx munths, ur ljuUi. at the diacretiun id iho C'ouii. Contracts ou behalf p( *tiy vw>yl to teatisport (. blia-s*! to the riiltedyftiftcH.if made with iny i>er-i«sV>tfer11i«|» kboae to te transported, ste «JsO de-«Mr»«l auH and v»ii»l, and are puniKliahlc as above-Tlie a»*t is not to te coiMtrued, hoarwver, to deny Chinmaigr, freo fTimi any (awtnut or ubliKatiun of wr-vicei, the right of-vofiintary tminijTr;rtfoiu into the I'nit^ Plater. Ml . -'-nuiiu-r Intrtsliuv-I .i Tdli proTMinit that tiio iipi-» ilat»-'|arh-d'ieti--a »>t' lire cmprt-iiie A^-irri >»j4 tte I niOe-l Vtatei In r<ii:»M»<-r    eo»iMi»iM^..i    i.y l it of htiUjr cv'i'*'-» ** hereby rei-enied and abol- tbe -or.- of Clie hill t-> th« I'he bill was reforrcd i-bed.    ,-r-—.    •.    , M*. .‘i.inii.A-    il... U.O ibe Jieliiuny. i»c»oi«nq(<ly. MesaiB. t^fucer po»I Wame-- lntr»-d»iced bills raupw-iiiK liie uiTTtieal disablHik-s of certain person.^ in Ala-biiiua. Laid on tha 4f»hlc.    ■-    ■»»»« f— 'J >1#. .‘itewart iatradxMLd a|»i»a re-«l«llan fonJte relief 4f perM-iis en<<m;;»‘d in the late rftellion._ The reso-^ luti(»i iwbrides that i»p<»u the ráCüéátioa. b'y kb« Lex-" Iklaliirea of three-ftnirths of th* .Staler, of the Fifteenth AjiKuduieiit, ail di.->ahilA4«« impoketl #or parWrtpaklaa* iii^ttle tote rel-ollkin shall cs»ake.    __ Bli. CXMatuTroOncetl a blTl jirtii Winglbr Tttu viGBll-the criiue of |Hdygainy in tte TerrlloBT rw4,'t»li,«n#id Aw nttee«HWWW ~ X«teed MUXICU»AL ELECTION IN NEW TOBK. Gaadidate 'Ibf Auhierman Wdimded. Tirgiaituis Call «it and Thank th« Fraaidant. NavigatiBB OB N. Y» and Erie CbbbI CJkNied* FAILURE OP A FBII.AMLPHIA JOBRINC HOUSE Salmatiaa latarreetion Provoked by Praiiia. Removal of Remains of Gh»o. Peabody. Persecution of Newspaper Men in France^ ARSEST OF MIKE XgCOOLB IK 8T. L0ÜI8. lie Whips a Xews|»«itor Correiqiotttleut, riTRS. .■te» Buy lour Holiday Prcsenls in FURS. OP jaflx e. BveaELE’8, Tll£ MABiUFAC’TlillES* At 20 Per Cent. Below Cost. No. 137 Main, Betw^n Third Fourth Slreets, aad •oven Boon Bolovr* Fsarth. FUBIGLEAKS2), BBFAIXXO AKD ALTSEXB. FOREIGN NEWS. BY ATJLA.%'TiC C-foUfoi;. M«. Ni«l»<(«r iSIMNÑrte W tetfArthe-iitehlfolliuent of »»li-aiSi maii Ht»vinM>rs t>etiEc«a kJbe L'uitod States, ii»1.GmíU^V m«r4oa. Tabled, rton fOriteuead a bill ty neijte-mividerf. U oft dar>iala. ft .pro' _ for the fete foturildiaBi Mexl Mf odliHtr ___ _    _    _    _ ylle Old Bkatol.egialatuke, with l^ie cundlU»»n.-i that no p«'rs*n*iil»wR te admitted to »oei«l>er)»MW Who J»'u«-•|uali(!t-A under the FoartewUh Awen»lii»ent, or bo exela»l»A therefrom pniiePtnInt ot (Ice or color, and theitipr»>TÍd««a that if^iid Liteslatuto, lh«s orgiinired shall te ieiiJpr»>Tid««a tha* IfyuM K^statuto, tli«s orgiintrea, tail n»jtfy<ibe 1-YRe-jmii Aia»»diiieat,*tbeJ»tate shall • r.dnttKcd to rMUXvntotioaJii Coogress. MS. Hskwart offere»! a resolution that the Cofnmittee ST"..    -    -    -c»l to inohito irACTWttt»> (K-rsons within their jurls- ou tbe'Bll<1i< iary te ré»iuí<6lc<l are »|pn»ing to n«y els;»* of . dictii-nwhe «'■inaj prot»-»-tl»n of the lase», in Tiula of ttoaty obllKstumH with foreign naiioiis, and of latlon sec tion ho# of the I'ourtetnih .\uieudiueut to the Coosli- *“il?.'’RaniMy    a rAhitioiT roq^^ifix th« rres|d«4it to trhoMiM inf»»rBkatiott fVlBtfofl i« wd presónao of Ilc-dk If ifo MeUufikBill a« TOtohliBfla Uad Kotaj %rritorry Ant’the biJ^Aitiod tac¿iJ|hkibMÍ ants oClhe sfitBoae^ to hlg^umfitAM. fliPS 9**qL of (i«v4pnior of the >»>rthwe*rTciTÍtory. V>u BSOtionxif Mr. K»tiuuu<ls, the Heuate took up the liter of the IMstriet o( which Gw^rgia is a part, as ilA«4vil and palUical,fW|teUoOt ho« |dfMtPddblO with the pulilic Interest. Ml . Trumbull said be ha*l no objections to this reso- ciali all dutlOA Oil yailpouA iroo and iKi|>9ag IW» uSerial U> the intelligent consideration of the Biutcrial», which cHimea up from the Memphix Boioxl, failed to receive two-fhirdu, and wa» fiefeufod. Ainóthtfr-rcooltrtion, recj^enting (Üongrew to reduce the dutie« on coal, iron and «alt, fulled by the «ame vote. The 528th pr«po«ition, urging a revision of the tariff and revenue law«, to nndtet^aa .harvioBious with cfck t>thec,n jitot t^eve^ of conuBuujly, ü« t« each fitafo in all ilieir provisión», waa unanimously adopted. The 30th proposition, recommending the-rcpetd of tke law condemning: vc«Mcl« to eonfiecation for acta of ofliceiw, crew« or passc‘iiger«, ^hiek are beyond the controL^ the caiduin tir OWBem, WB»’Bciapt«ct Tit* ^ W. |MPO|io«itioA, Ih"fhvor of te imifiTPmn/*^ bf Cíúrt-' fge among the commercial nation» of the Bxirld, wa.s ailopted. The recommendation'» of year for the j>a»«age of * Civil Service bill were VcttoYod-' ,    c    ,    ' ’I'll* rDbAhktMMiftiifoMdJiy Walliriiigay tetfoiW-iiig the National Kx|Mi«ition to be held at M’akliriigtou, in 1871, wm» adopteil. Tribute of respect to the moiiion^ of George Fe.abotly was iuhiptfd. Jhifliilo, New York, was fixed a« the next iilaec of meeting, on the fiiwt WVdnesduy »>f HHviuber iie.xt. The Boanl adopteil rv-s»»!!!-tioiw fff thank» lo Fresifeiit Fralay for tin atte    <iif    pr» vidiiig, and to tlie c4ti»eii« of Kiipiteoiid for Üieir h').-i|iit:^iti^ ¡u^ tlto ('tiiivemuih th(A a<y«llTriiid“iiine diCj-wiiuTlir».^-cheer» for Kichmond. FRCM KENTUCKY. Meeting of the Xiegiafoture—Bfootion of OKk»» cera-Message Bf the Qovorqo];. °    " .-^Viiá-i-^ De»-«mber 11..' The («eitoraL-Áteeuihiy'of K-trntindijc. met At FROM CUBA. Savbaritiea on Wegrooa-^tending of Aym«— Movements of Oen. JbrdlaB. The PtefoiMor «« L'l^cr Sacidaaky, Ohio, am --■«day nfgbt, aad antrty ail lute soutera to*k tte Western wll, wlAte teBffte «V tte aiakt botei^ to kh« bam «TAM. WartU, aad itostTuyd ha ■■Bilti Tte ■aiwwwt of    tatea    wak «BalL Xo l«pi to the <te»TWw«. Tte Till 11.iw ted act tate tte dmga.W - cide->, wLitii mvwa B“saA in tiw Weatera Dm tAm from Port aa Priaoo ts tke 2Ith •U., Skate ttet tte iwratatfooxry at«y w*w boM p«a-etteoB af tte wteia «T XarUMns Ua^ Capa Hay-«!«• vaa Iteea by awaall on tte totk of N'ovember. Jte aiUiwrts'sTtefoaaa took rv.uc* to Use AmericM Tte lorn of SalMve’s stesaaen rend»» ku aitaatika iwecadeoa^ and matten to tte auatl» ki.>k ted.    htmntr    to    te    pPtelafan»^ yiLtodkat for* Mb B ri reported tbe rerulnft.rtiary Baat tBtesds to tiluulMb Wkrt aa Pliaoe. the Censúa Coranait-tee tte adiaialte'Feewated mta: 1, PupsUatfoa; X, 4, Heaatetares, ta wkteb la aAAad KfidkBr-fo matOa, andcr which each aateaat •# parfhaars and nwpikftB, aad tte eapi- thlk la addHfan to I «terehca. Is toitwAail af^t^uraaatory and pertiMoB. to iaeiade IfawriiiUjaa; 7. Tm fkB f«t4uaa ftam ail pehUe earrtasa ei tte whole b«rd-•mm ém» ta pawsagi r aad IMchta, tte aoaiter of ea»p4ayaa. psaBia, «apiana, aad aeetdaats; A Flaher-Saa. ■achaf tteald ashadalaa tea beea aa axtoad* •a to aaarr tar ^amter groaad thaa to tte itet ceostis, while 5, 7 aad b an whclly acw. Nkw York, Deceiulier 7. A Itoter receive»! la»t night from Havana, give» tlctuil» of liarharitie» practiceil on ne-grocft utopccted of being engaged iu u conspiracy to burn plantation» near Sagua. Tliey were »hot in the uretience of all the iiegriK*» of eight estates. About a doxen were whipped, and from BOD to 1,000 laehte adniinisterad. Arms for the Cubaue.had been l&odod at Mayari». <lep. Jordan wa» marching on Gibara. -V heavy column ofSjiaiii»h trooiw had Ixéfl sent to the neighborbtood ufBagua. 'J liast night’s Dispatches. FOREIGN NEWS. BA' ATBAIVTIC CABBE. RNaA.AKD. ADDITIONAL RIVER NEWS. *»l>*<1al lf.'1-uích tu tte Cbrunlck*.] PiTT»Bt RK, I>eoemlxT 7. Tlie Monongahela is foiling slowly, with 7 fret 6 inches Ip tbe chanqeU The. .Vllt^Ueny is 4 feet, and filling. At Oil Cuy tio?re are 49 ineliee, and receding. The weather i« vi-ry oeM. The M»>n<<ngahela at Greensboro U( on a «tend, with 5 feet in the cliannel.    ^ No árrivah». Tlie Camelia i» loading for NaahvUle. The Aigosy did not depart vmt-texday for Loui»ville; eke leaven Ihi» afternoon. The Wild LHick and barge», for New Orleans, h-ave» thi» afternoon. Thii towboat Lim, with nine liorge» and. 100,000 bushels coal, departid for Cincinnuti yesterday. The weather is cloudy and cold. Ther-moBoeter 529 degree» at noon. FROM ROCHESTER. Tb« Albany A Boaquehanna Bailroad Suit. I10TTIE*TKK, N. Y., DecendHT 7. The case of the Albany &Su»«pichanna suit wan resumed to-day. .'several wit-III f,,r Bbunsey testified to tlie butl eliurec-i< r i-f the men brought to Albany to attend the election on the 7th of Reptepiber, who voieil the rUk and G.-uld iickeL The caee for Rani-»<y A Co. then dosed, and David Dudley Field opi-ntd the ca»e for the Fi»k p:irty. Lonpon, December 6.—Mr. Gladstone hn-s arrived in London.    m Tlie volunteerH are to be entirely re-armed willi Snytler rifle». The Uuez Canal Traffio* Si-voral vessel» engaged in bltK-kade running iluringithe hate American war have heen chartered lor the Suez Cauai traffic. iJio-iwitches from Port Saitl rejiort that the Koval Sable, and several other vessels,got agroutuí in the canal, but were all towed ofl". PBAKCC. French Política. Paris, Dcoemlicr ft.—The political pro-grajiime of M. Emile Olivier aiul his partisans has bewiL odopt^ with -ooute raeervatious, by the city seven Liberal Deputies, who are forming iiuu a aepurate party. On tlic basis of this new jiany the foriiiulioii of a Parliamentarv Mini.«try under Olivier will be jiossible. M. Guts liegeni, the opi>osition etiudidate, has lict'ii elci'ted to the Corps T.egLslatif from the Fourth District of Part», rooeiving ITykKKl vote». FBU88IA. A PenioL BEjiT-rN" Dociimlier 6.—It iu reixirted the Prussian Foreign Office has sent out a circular »lcilying the charge, originating in Austria, that Pru».sia encouraged the insurrection ia Dalmatia. IflnairipHi ElevtiBBM. XV T    Mass.,    Deeember 7. .*    Deuux^^ralic    aiul Workin?- jncn K candidate, is elet'ie»! .Mavor Tbe Ii ■-imblicans have a iiuyori.y of the fitv Council., IWmlK-r 7. Melvin, Democrat, is elmc»l Mavor. Haverhii.u, Dmruls r 7 M'kitley, lU publican, i.s elected M.iyor. ITALY. Ministerial Crisis. Fi.oufki k, December 6.--Tlie ministerial crises is still ^lending, (rcneral Culdini li.x» been tuikcd by the K i»\g to form a new Cabinet. LoNin.N Ile^mber G.—A eurrespoiident of ike Ixiniloii TiiiUM Las been prohibited entering the Papal States. EOT7TH AMERICA. l.OKDON, December 6.—Lettcps from Kio Janeiro report that David II. Siiiip.on, ati .Vincrican merdiant of that city, and 1‘oriuerly ÜÍ Pennsylvania, ha« committed suicide. Fnmkfort to-day, and organized by Uie election of 1’. 11. Leslie, of \Varren couuty, as President of tbe Senate, and J. 11. Bunch as f^lieaker of the House. The Governor'*» uies-Mige was then read.    , Tlie (iovemor takes a cheerful viefo óf flte fisting coiiditiof) q( afluir» jn Kentucky, and make» some imiiorfoBt r#eómmen«l«tlon**.-Unanciallv,^^    is    in    a'    i^ healthr ewB^itimi. --'Yr 4li« outshinding bonds were now due, and the $810,849 55 due fnmi the Kevenue l>epartment proper to the were returned, the resources would bwftuore than suilikultfit tQA>a|^ oft' tKe 5;itattedeb(„ He receBfoicMs Hie appointment «>f (hnc« ocnuK-lent coniniissioncrs to revise the law» tjiut the present Slate AgeBcy for tlio collfC^ tion of the Government war clajni qf theC^ona-nioawealth be abolished, and lltbt me Cotnoú»^ rioner» of the Sinking Fund be outhoHted fo ecnwloy eome responsible perabiT to aa th^ WOK; that the question of lien fur the revisiim of the C^oiistitution, lie Mibinitted to the people; that one general law of iiicorjioratiou ft>r banks ami »>th»,-r e<>mpa-nicd lie ennctt?d, tinder which any eoiujiany may Ix* organize»! by putting the terni.s of it-i nrgaiiizutiuii on reconl, and giving notice; and that a bureau of in.surunce be ustabli.-.h«.'d a* a safi^nard. lie sjieakd Iiighly of the present man.xge-mcnt of the penitentiary, but p penmailodthat 4be prison system retjuires a thorough rOtprma-tion. In reference to the Reform School, he stattM that the buil«liiig will be wmpleted by the 1st of .St pt«nb4r ngxt. 'Iti^msyliun hb eofer» to aa in a favorable coiulilion. The survevs of the Kentucky ri.vcr have all been compfeletl, and ten adiUtionnl lock», whk'h will extend navigation to Three Forks, have been ppt under contract. He suggests that measures be token for tbe extensión of the United-SUUes C¡oa.«t$.urve.L »o that Kentucky and tha ÉIisHÍe»ipiM Valloy may be includetl. He favors the enactment of a law for the registry of marriages and births. lie a'lluded to the- overwhelming «inaplmi^. of the people cf Kentucky on the oasessmciM for the est;ibli.-liiueiil of the coiiinioii seliool svrteiii on a periuaiient basis, and iiivilti.; the attention of the (reneral Asseiubly to a fully-«xmsidere»! plan w liieh is to be submitle»! by the Supcrinlciiilent of Iftiblic Iiisiruetioii. Keterriiig to various acts of violenc*c committed ill tlie State last sumipcr, Iu* anserts bis determination to call out the militia for the of oiKiidcrs, on all ocea.sion-s when the l>eace of the (Jonimonwealth may demand such action. lie suggests the repeal of the present mlJitia law, and inclimas to'the opinion that the vol- alloi •a fore* the Fourteenth Ainendiuent lotheOon-and the lawii i»f the-Unlled Htetoi, In Geor-restore to that -State a republican form of ent. He ito-w luov^ to ptwtMue the bill ’IflCi, tiCit 'tte PreMent' «T ^e he re»itim4i'd te comokuafoato Iqfte pmUbf tteceiMirk. nf tte HaiBeiTX«n- lulk a, hnt, as a matter of propriety, it mieht be pref-to have it connidered ahor, rather than before. Bw I rrepti«iu of the Prerident’s mesaage. foa    th^    th«    inf/orwiatinn    deidrmi c».n«l tlon of tleontia, which bus been appointed for «•oils Jemtion ■teu Sedtmdtmré ite wpiB«b Repate fcoyu pfler adjourned. Tin House of ItenmeeBtktMree ofkhe geepo4 scesiuu . CohSrcrt eohvec-<rto-»i3y.~ met HOtrSE. of til -Forty-ftrut F»' av tha hoacte niceiing the gidlerlas were well •His afnt«|tetetoimb«r nf maiuten gaa ateteteA, on tl    1*2    o’lfoekr ^ Jeé Spesfcer wSite rapp d the Itouse to order, evcrj s. at iu the g-tUery was bcupiocK tni»kthe ramammt, and door-waya w»i«p thro pctl wHh pe».ple. Tt^HBcatemaBiiuutt'^ph.nUthc House ted aov rfne ttetell r»*guHu-*vessK»n of tte Farty-lirst. Colli te-», after ajtitji Ucv.4Jr.BuUcr, the Cteplivto, off* I ia fcrrcat pnfyer.* Tt roll .was thgn caqcd, and on»; buadccd and fifty ■at ired V»Sfiftir naie-i.    .    4 •Y5! ' Tl H|-c«kwc niinouii Twi* : was ready lo •Ogaerkjpesf getiWWrW^ ho iiorum present, and the o bnslne-ss. tod to eall' the hámot of l»ut ’WtdWtWB were not yet sworn In. The iiaiue.H of .Me''>rsi. llrooka, <ii' Muasachusett-'U Baniiim, of Connecticut: (Vix, «.1 New York ; Rtircharii, of Illinois, aud all of til», .llulutma deli-^aUou «ere calle 1. The Kentleiiit'ii above uiMui'd were then invited to Ci>ii:o luTward an«l take tlw >dith. Mr. K»41ey, of I’eunsvlvania, «g)j»?cU.-d to Mr. bher-1 Tv tai'l, of .ilalmuia, and he was dir»s.ded to stand aside. '.Mrt tVhilteiuore, of .South Carolina, .>hjeetoJ to Mr. Opx, of .\Iatenia, and he was directed to stood aside. . The uttth was then adiuinistered to all the others who bad prw» ntotl themsolvcs. Mr. Sohenck m»)Tfd that a couiiiiittee te appointed to a»i In toniuuetlon with a similar c<Mnniitt<“e on the part of the tenate, to await the message.from the I*res-Ideni of the United Mat»*». Fur ohvioiu reasons this custom luid fallen into disuse ^ few yean past, tmt he irvisasl tbrv would npw jjo    th^    ,gld fMn tehenck was hereintoTmiitisl for a toees-me from IP .St-nnte announcing the o»rgiMi»*»tio« of that body. After Ihp .Spiiule uipHjo-n^pr h;ul n-tir*id Mr. .'-rbi-urk MiitI that fur f»‘»r the Jluusp wmild got into a wraiigto *Rs tu'the r»-osunsy»by the »-»isl<»m roferr»»»! to hn-1 b.*en alu»nd«ao»t filé past’lev yCMS, te Wt.nld d»»mand tbe previous «lUestU.n on The lirevious quea-tlon wea aeooti»led> aud tkf Hogse took a re»»a» till 1 ;8u p’olock. Tile House reanmcd its session at 1 :S(J, when Mr. S*h»>nek, front the <s«niMÍt-toe appoiatrtt ia wait «0toa ihe ¿resident, reported that the duty assigne»! them had atteided to, a»d«>te Frwdibifi* would tok-uietlliitely send a iiu-ssage in writing. Alteradwlejr of Oft»?»» ■dnutea. General PortW» th». Prii«Id«ritN prfvhte secretary, appeare«f with the FBABCB. I Rod for Pruaeia. DlfiUto, Deceinlx^r 7.—pft i« again reported -thatthe Atiidrian (KiTrrnnreirt hAs orcryfaciia-g vromf of the iioetivipatioB <>¿-P»u»w*« iu ihe receut Daduafiae r»«Wfrwtibn. ** 1 ^FxoflcovtioWwf yerrepaBrte-MTen. — llie proprietoiffi of *thc ‘radical * jouxiial, Le Jlhj^ael have bec*p' pj:bsectil<^ ftp *'áScouni ol ^ rep^t Ubelpfo artirte on Oharie»TRigo. ENGLAND. ' To be Token on Shipboard. ILndon, December 7.—The remain» of Mr. -4hw|K>dy will be removed frou\ 'VVestminster AblLy to the »hip Monari*li on Friday. Tlie hteuBMir will sail óitJJlte.foIlówing Sunday. SCOTLAND. i . .^onfon Amneety Meetlilfe^ .    ^ D>L'KI>££, December 7.—A hafge Fenian amnesty meeting wa» held here- la»t night. The! u»twl »peecL^~ aiitd rieaolutioito were adopfotL" Everytliiiig ig^quiet. ............ u »• -,    i    I»—"    ”    - TDBKNY. CeaaatioQ of ^frifory Aaked. CoxsTAKTiNorLfo Deootehex 7.—A diepalch 'from Calcutta aunoonde» Ihat^háFrench En* vov in Oram ho» asked thtdauthoritiea to cede to France the diBlricts oCCtrpl^LbyrithgY'^nclj^ ^ iu that Country. ^    ^ I - FROM WASHINGTON. WashwhoxOH, December^. ' rckdnnAife jcAlj. oit «nt mornhte, Senators JohMon and Lietirt^^ t togfoUer-jrilh uiie members elect of ihéHotviq [vnuW in 'Waahi^oh, and »everal uiemHeiw o*f *botl branches of ths^VilTjiniá L^iidatuiv, ConL #T1i(Dfo>«nd Radical, caUed -mfmm *(fM9 Ifre^ident to pfokUieii* reapectiC and thank him for (lie recqmmeijdotion in his mp»aaM cou--cerifing ilíát Commóivwcalth. Tlie ífenalor» made brief addtfe».'»®» Tb this eifect, also'expressing' tbtehdp^ tíwTt thApedpfo df ^fa-giqia. wotdd in Vutniim afindw, kave his'a«pi>ort and ujiprobation.    .    ,,, . ITie Presitlent returnedtliank» for the compH-' me ip, and trusted the conduct of the State woRhl justlfv him In hi» rev ommeiulation for her ree-toration to all the right» txmferrcd ou all mem-bcTH of the Union, ASIbr Oft* fo tf.«i ntailrt» cit Ri« di.?,«g«tns, tiMfl rcqucMted tliat Judge .Alexander Kieve» be appointed District Judge, under the new law, for tlic Fourth Di'Mrict. The I’retvideiit r»*plictl that Judge RievcH was too old, to which remark Senator Lewis .said Kifvc.s wa- sixtv-three years of .ngc, but was iu good health, liodily and iiientully, and iu pll resjxets qualified fur the utfioe. The delqgatiofi llifen withdrew. 3URKHARDT»S leave. I.IGHTHfHO EXFEBSe 1MLa.m. KXHtEisS^ MAU _________#jOO e. m. ]«T|^d A»H!uuiinodation 12:Q«nooa. FA* LUvF....„..................... 4:1» p. m. Xeiii» Acccmmedkdon............ tdQp. la. Morrow Accematodkdon   »:lOp. to. Lovehind Acccniuiodktion  0:30 p. m. LieaiTHIlfG KXrBfJSg....... »:»p. vT. TtefoWlr. K.Traln Ivtivro EVERY NIGHTX Yte .MUtolky Klght Tnria goee tlisoutk to wev Y yk wlUiuuk <i*kenti*a.    \    - 0I1.^;K FALACK HAV AXTl RLEKPIK» CjR« on Bil TliFiktigik Xniiuk Ü6V umü. Mplendid ififiiiJnif C5ere onwH Ttermgh Tndni.    ^ Mifií’áStíarfSffirsísrüPffií;.'* rORTWBtrU’Olf.TJUKET»; ttine enS eoanaeUM mede by theteveiál toelnk «!««»»> kpply »t «teal#*»} f te. .kOtttteiurt |»nier qfjh'tcat knl Ufotowky; -B»!!»#! lleite fifllte. Hirat-r of Ylav aito Baker akr4e4k. tedet the Prtie». Ktet Frate Maet. Otoiilbuscs call for pifocnwto.    . ' W, 1* G’TOlfc*. Oen’I TMcet Agamt. ttoyuaJriitaMi CiielnnaU, Uunil| IBÍMl! Trains Ban to and from Cinoinnati M folltvtt PfoNUt. Ka«tera Expre*» (Erie ReftwkyUTtoU m. m. Arrive, ♦tep. to. >5ksfer-rnEjr*re«* tb5rie Ukfilvkyj-Bto&fu to.    to. ToU4Jo. A rkaadk.....'....7;l« a. to. IffiSp. to. Tul»-ttfO, Hetroit kud C’lwtod» .77..^ 7:« A »• UvA tt Wkyne ked I klketo* 7t»B0. to. »Ot» p. to. Usie, JY. Wkyne and t'talcago...!:*) p. to. 5:40 p. to. Lim A jft. Wayde and Chtom.„»:IO p. w. 7:44 e. to. hapdu&ky, CWieiaad d HuflUo.J:l» a. m. ,1:40 a to. RpripftfieMl Aeconrmhdatton 2:30 p. to.    a.    «A ftuHÍukky, Gtorkliufo 4 kiiflUoAteA to- 4*>S •. au MMftcie * In<UiMiapoll»~~—....-.7:15 k. a. IO:M p. to, MawtodTndlknepolla - fttep. tor l:Wp. to. JlkSilton, EaionX^Richmoad-.^.l»*. m. l»:Vp-HaielRoir, Eaton A R1chra<MUl.-S:M p. m. 10:N A a. UkukiUea AcoemtoodetUto—*...A:W a. a. 8:« A to. Hatoilt»«u Accommodation........    6:80    A    aa. 1S3 a-ud isrc Bftelxx etxreot» K«twa«i WomzA aad FifUi ftroou. Fus Cl0an^^ Alteñd «ad Be^kfreiL nrmsr AmHtmuarrB.' NattotfAl ^T*wrtre. T1:F..«DAY LyWJilG, i>^m»isrj[.    .    " NIK. KIYYVIN yokKBlíEÍSÍ?,. •    ^    to    —    i--- e V V - S' 1 *,> t    * 6«|>porte4h(Nte.UlXlE |p4 Mr. WMH^ARRXS. ■“^e<ÍDeiiday—OWfl^JX).    ‘    ■' •*    *    /    ^    rAiutBtey-vJAdKiLVDKfo Í Wood’s Tfi^tre. ft 9' rin ** to    i,. E'ho will repeat hii brilliant eueeeeeo* TOM* fokD-- GER. in the    » -ft ‘rSTWÍETK ÍW NEW TOMf. rt THEOMKBTIMLU»’ MU.'íICIAW», CO.M-SetoUtk U bie Great fhi WrA wiU »l«4! FOtJI^ 0»AHi]> CONiCFBTtt, .A.t DJfoasairt TIall, 6 lifoy» Po^Wiltex 3^.. *4 A Thurstlay, Decomb^ 9, Friday,    10, 8A(nrdAy,~Df^eeIubcr 11. ADMI.«:i=!I02«r-......0:N^K    XJOLL.A.R FROM NEW YORK. aiiiiuuljwes-^iae ofJhe Pr< ■liately viw«t-ny Miet'lerlr. Prw-ideult y hick was imme- Tlle uttcuthm was paid by members on the flof.iUto weft oa    iar    tbe,K»il«r-    Wkon ttiat j.ariSefrrring t»» Georgia was rea»1, there was applause on t»e ISepnblifkn side of the Houae, whicbsrah, how ever, hiK-edily cliecke»! by the fliair. On motion'of Mr. Hawes, of Ma-iaachu.setts-^the mee- "siiRe iwas reftrr»»! U> the ÜiuimlHee jif the Wholeon of tie Enidii, ajKtlic    ttinfor ___coiifcs was rélc-YréS to tnb C-itflnlittteT'Ou IMnliiig. th»- .«itnte of tie Enidii, a tboiwaud copfcs w as" mV. Wanl, of New York, rtain* te a qoMtioa of privjiige, uiove»l that the members from .Mnteioa who b«<d» oMeOte»! t« vBif emmimi be ovpworn in. 'i bera wasfiMhar-A apaitot tfitop uembeto, and no ope tenteflito fkeir Alltsteto^; and thofo vaa oeckshto Ibr ffirtber dWfor in tW4 matter. no MA Fkine regrotted that he bad not moved that the vslfntlkl* of all the gentlemen be referrel to the proivrcolMiiilttte fiw inve6liBPfon,i«|te bp would mew fereueo to tne COtoinittte *0 cTvsltetials Yeoa, 1*29; lhi ref,-r»- move such a refercueo t.leetioii-. 'I'he luotion was adopted nays, 4*.i. Mt- >-i»Mk'nA of CallforuiA pres»íut«.-d the ert-<1entials of Mr. (kutS't'A Hologatk frinn New Moxi<*o, au-1 Mr. Garfii-I.i, G.-l. uat»- from tVio-hiiigton TerHtorY- Thpso lVI«gtiti-i>, and thost* frntu Wyoming and Montana, were th(wi swwrii in. Mr. Mokes, of TeiinesitH-, from the C'ommUtc-c on Ihe Ninth roiisus, rejKirted a hill fbr taking the cen-.sns. and m«>v*»l that it be printed and mwle tte special orrU-r tor We#nes»iay next, afte# Ite morning hour. Mr. i ani.'.ttoi th, of Illinois, ridng to a»pjestionof priv|l»ge, üitriAliuriHl a bill declaring that Virginia had r«>ni]>UeA with all the reconatnicflon arts of Con- t-esA and authorixing the ini mediate admission of the cptfsontativea of that Mate. uuteer system is the be»t. The < lovenior liay» a brief aiul appniprialc trilaite to the mefliorv of the late cx-Govonuir Charles .A. WieMiflc. On the «jut^tioii pf immigratiofi he t:ikes liroad grouiul, aiul sugge.»i>i liie ciroul:iti(»ii in Kiirope of correct information as to the ad-THiitngcs o)icn to the immigrant iu Kentucky, tliat more capacity and »killod iaUir may fin»! i!ieir way to the 8tate. • Several other ro.'Uters are touched upon, and in conclu»iou Ue reíei» to tntv friendly euirit that is to rajiiilly takin^the jilacc* of the jirejiuliccH engendered by the war, aud urgí» a calm prot«3»t against the usurjiathiiri of centralized {«iwer. Manlcipnl f'óile CouTiAtotioto. (‘oi.rMBfs, December fl. TI e convention of miuiieipal offict*rs, iii- clmKng^ C’ouncilnieii, Solicitor» and Clerks, whieli is to lie held in the Senate Cliamlicr to- niorr«-w, promises to lie of coiitiderahle im-jKirtance. It» olyect i» to eonsider the pro-visitms of the Munieipal Code, and to inter-ehange vi»wsthereon. Our CilyConneil have uppoiiitcil committee» and made arraii,*remeiii» to extend hospitalities to the delegate», some of whom have arrived. Rndden Dentil. D.kYTON, O., Deoenibor G. An old citizen, S. I). Fraiin, K»q., while on hi» way fiiini dinner to hi.-> place of busiiie , fell dead Ifom ajioiilexy. Mi. I’aiiic, of Wisconsin, then rose to a oucst privHegc, nud mvivcd that all tte credwtial» ol hoi s-»4«-ct from the Mate* of Virglnhi and Wis» ucstion of meio-wcoosia be rei»*ri» »1 to the CoiiiuiitUai on fJectitm». Mf. 1‘ainc’s rcsi-lutioii wns then mlopted. Mr. l*iiiue uUeieii a t'lerther rcMdutioa that Mr. K»'ir. **f Indiana, be uutlu>rlz;-d-to act as a nienibpr of the Kliftloii Coluuiitt»-e. je-uding the »-oiis\d»'ri»li,>ri of th»' i.ouisiagw contested cases. Referred to the Coui-niitp-e ou I'.ux'tlon.s.    .    „ Mi. Judd, of HUeois, intrQ.luced a hill to repeal tion of Ite Iiiternai Reveuue law, so as to a ptpriion ol the iiiierna* etevtmw»* *aw, w as lu rt‘Ufl>* p«wk hii4 teef packen of paying foiksto m.wi-uActurci-s. Refenvd to tlie C’oiiiiiutUe ou \> ays aad M«-a«i .. ^le Hou"e then, nt 3:15 P. M.. adjounic<l. FROM WINNEPEG. Change of FeeRng—The Inauroiotion Dying Out-»'MoTavi3h Mopalassly IlL Touonto, Di*cemlK*r G. A '-jiei'ial di!>p:itc}i fr«>Ju St. Minne-iiota, to llie f.says the latest inlelligeneo from Fort Garry indicateH that the iniurrection U dying out. Only about liftv insurgent» .are uiitler arms, antt the remaituler have dt»-baivdcd, aiul a ¡lortion of th^jai hut! left for ilie plains on a winter buíHilo hunt. The insurgents’ctuineil met on the 10th ;iiul Ijoiinied on the 22d. The rcsiiU of it» de- ndjoi lilieration» i» uiiknowu, but it in thought the iwsurgeiiis will invite Governor MeDongall to te.nie in nnd rcwnme the rein» of govern-nicnt. Tlie Indian tribe», the Brut»» and the Bnnpn», are both fi»r<irnble. to WdDon-^ll. The Fnj{liiili and Scot«*b are fli.igu» t«l with the i'onrse pursued by the French lialf-breeds. Had MelHmgall come duly coramwsumed a» Governor they would have risen in :vrm.» and ei-iMluctcd him to Fort Garry; but until the 1st i)f Deeeniher (iovernor McDougall would have no aulliority there. It was expected that Governor MclKmgnll wciuld at that date issue hi» proclamation, and w».nid then find litlle or no opiiosiliuu to hi» entry.    ,    ^ 'ííiere w*;is no hope of ( fovernor McTavish « rn'ovcry. Ill» autii*>ritv has been re» pvx*te»l in civil matter». Sbiee lii« pro»*lamation, the mail» have not been tnmi>ered witli, nor have iGivelers been nmlested. I.eelnre on Women. \VA»niN<rroN, IJectouher ’ij». Rev. K. U. ('oilier, of Chicago, leetnnul lo-iiirrlit at l.iiieoln llall. His subject w:i.»r “Ihe W’cnian for the Feriod,” and he took broad f-ror.iul agaiiet womansufi'rage. Inth'ecourse of bis remarks he allmleii to the late Mcrar-laiid-lliehardsfui li»»mi» i»ie, and denimiued Vice Piesidciil Colfax, Henry Wu»d Boecacr, and O. 13. Fiulhiughttiu, N>5\v Y'ork, D»?eember 7. Ml'NICIP.VL KI.K»JTI»iM. 'Hie cliH'tion lieiy is progressing. There i» a heavy f»>n*e of pidice in the iip-lown wardA whdi c trouble ie appreliended. rOlJTtCAL AfT'RAY*. “F. Burk wa» shot Ity B. Ifonaliue in a jiolit-icql «lispnte tbw morning. The latter I» a caTi^idate for .-kldermajl. THE WEATHER. T’licre i» good Blcighing here. HONEY ANI»/n^£K«. Money in easy at 6^w per cent. Sterling dull. Gold advanced to l5i3K o*i "NVaaliing-ton rumor» about Cuba, Governments all quiet and steady. !^ilways firmer; Michigan Southern, 801; Erie, 5Í7. FROM ST. LOUIS, Fugilists in Trouble—Arreat of Mike Opole. Mo. SL^xirra, December 7. Ixist night Mike McCoole and Tom Kelly gave CJeorge FU Douglas, corre»{K>ndent of the Nirtr York Clipper¡ a terrible beating at the .saloon of the former. Edward Qatliu, a friend of Douglas, ■was also severely pouutled. l)«*i»v;hts h;i<l written «onie stricture» on MiCoole and Kelly. Tlio latter t'wo were arrest td. •e No extra charge for R»'»erve«l .teata, tte aale of which win coiiiineiice MONH.AY', Dctemberfi, a* J. J. Irobmeyer A Co.’s Music teore, Nix 50 Wert Fourth at. FIR’iT PLOCBAMME. 1. (Kertnre—^Tannhauaer......... ...... Wagner 2. AiU-grelto—: th Symphony.....................Beethovea S. levitrtion a la bcnue..............................—Weber (Instrunienlotion by Hector Berlios.) 4. te 1# for XrouiboDe—Tte T«iar..«   BUgeUi Mr. F. I.K1ÍTSOU. 5. Traeiimerie..............................................ScUuniaa A Gran»! Fniita-ic—Yli»l»»»njm»T Night'.» Hream...................    :.......„.M*aidc!s8ohn PART 8BtONl>.    . 1. ÍKertuTe—William Tell..,......................7!fU.f#»ÍBi 2. YValta—Gn the Reautlful    Jhinulie   .JStranai* 3. .tereiiiMle fiar Fhite and French    Horn   Tlel ally, (*u»«l»ir»*»«eptf»l.    .    .    -    , 3 mlna run by «*«Iambaa thue, whkk iksevea I «te» fahkvre than (JlnMnaati Utog-Chieiuiiati    ata    No.    118 S VijM strvrt; N«. •• Fourth atf«0l t wu-tteesteantor EVotooieiBeiMway, and JHitoi, «iiruer Fifth ud ifoedtej ktcerte. fo MtfcAftEN.ftCfoiWl ftg Í •el it •X-iine, F’lYto Ytto4ii)to-I    ÉR.iUtoukfi i.-.' At trm Mttm éA IMI' depot Fr««— b .«k« ft^áé-BÉfafo- j^kvBlaifÜiiy.Jex. AMNoy^l fUteu. daiijr. «qt. 8und«y>^ lYiis' Compouy ia oflbiing grcml aklBK country gardealitoSNi tte line «if tte rood, by aofl^|jM cototontatloa tlcketa at freatly rodueoA ■^For^STroiigh tickets and all InJbraaattoa, plceee ito-jp^ at tte ( otopaay’k ••«», N«. 1 Borato l>ri^i ta CoviqKtqiu    .. _    _• a I • f hJpiñua ---- to    - eiaJl r te    and Southern busineeA «<* 4eM4idraton trains arriviogon time Oram onierp T^ whole Ihte, tooin (.Yneinnall toNew York, I Aer 4ne ntonagcmeut. Paste; -rs ore not _    te _________________ roedA ^ A Palate Sleepltig Coach la atta«ihed_.tp_ M. BxpiVto, running to New "YV-*— ttete delays and anmtyam up ftom a numler of abort Fié' tbroueb tick»-ts and ta inquare at tte Cotn;toOB’*i starota;    4 Bul    ^ ^ ,    :    to - 6oi A.:    ..    *    '    W.ihBNkfBdd; |U:|kT MrTB TO Indianapolis, Cincinnati « tte X«-AXX.XC.O.dLX>. Messrs. WElNKBand SCII.MITZ. f 1‘olka Maaurks—Lob der Frauen, 1 lYdka te-hnell-rJocu* “Vackeitana,” No. 1, in B...,. J Htratisa —  Meyerbeer MZnSICAIf. riXHK .‘‘ICK AN 11 AFF14<TEI> ^«MdUy cured at J| the Western M»-dical Office, 137 SycaunATc stitet, Cincinnati, Ohio. No charge until cured. C'HMal BÍM1 igatlon (’loMetl. .\i.B.\NY', N. Y., Deccnilicr 7. Thccrtnals are practically closed for the »ea-s»iii. Alnnit 115 boats arc frozen in near Wc.-tt Troy, half of which are loaded with wheat, oats and barley. t'alltATP or » Jobbing Housie. l*Hii-.vt>F.i.rHiA, December 7. \ l.arge Mry goods jobbing house and shipping hiokcr i» reiHifted to have failed. XLIst CONGRESS-SECOND SESSION. Washisgtox, Deccmbct 7. HOD81!. 1 he first buslnfoo in the Uotise of Bepresentatlves this niominK was the »listribution of the olfi'erent por-tlcii» ot the Iftestdent’s McMage totherespeetlveeom- niittees having charge of matters of which the Mes- .\ r»-»oliition was oOred by Mr. Schenck, with the (c-iiscut ut the Coiuu-ittev ou Maya aud Meaua, aud sol»;»-di»» u.-»aiun aa t» the proper committee to which i-ortaiii suiijecta sl-ould be referred. 'i he retereu. e of that portion • f the Measa^ relat-iiig to the Harieu luteroo»*anic Canal particularly ex-»-it»d »li»<'U'.-'ion, tlie Coimuitt»!®» on Coiunierce, For-» i ;u AHairs and Nuvigatioii all i-laliulng it. The re.s-oliition iui>i>«»»d to U-avc it with tUe Commilti-e on C« iiuucrcc, »ii»l it was so leli. 'I ill- iC'olulioii, «S offered by Mr. Scheuek, was then adoi-ted. .Mr. Fntler, of Massachusetts, has liilr»>ducvd a hill 111 r«‘]Kal Ilie Teuur»‘-or-Gtfife act. itefer^ttU t-> the <'0)011111 lee on Ihe Jinlielary. IhPNlilaikjon in Kngltkndl. .\ heartrending case of deatitutirm and »lar- vntioii rcoeiitly' came to light in Birmiiigham, Kn.ghuul. Ill a liaek court a faniiK*, consl'diiig of father ami molher, Jiunes and Mar'iarot I’ar-Roiis, livcil in two rtHiiii». On the 10th instant ifcmuiluT, and on the lltli, the father, »iied; holli.uceordingKithe te.-tiuiony of physicians, from sheer exhau.»titm, through want of tood :iiul expo, lire to cohl. It apjiear» that Par-II» wt.s once in a most re»i»eotahle position, having hut li v»* year» ago liecu partner iu a man-ulm luriiig husiiics» iu 'Wolverliaiiiptou, carried <yi previously hy his father for many year». A reverse of fortiiiie so retlueetl him that, ac»*ord-iiigt»>hi»owua«conut,hehadlieeii 'ht months wiihoiil eni niiig a sixpeiicv, an» u,». whole iu-temo of the family of wveu, save the t»)0 rare thariiy of friends, had 1hh*ii the elbiiin^s of the elilest lad, a Ihiv of fonrtee-ii, who rtx'eivt)»! three shillings a week as x‘rraii<l-hoy. The mother, who ha»l a nursing cliihl, jifet before her »le:ith luul gone four days with no footl. The nil'll and his wife were too proud to make know n tlieir cironmstaiuxs to their neighlior.», whom they shuniK <1, ami their eondition was not »l|M*ov'ere<l till it wa.» tot» late to «ave their lii^s. Tl eir apartiiieni» showetl a shocking st.ate of niiscjy ami destitution. The children were remove»! to the ■» ork-hou.»c. It is said the uiun had relatives iu go»jd circum-slanccb. TAR. RRH.YUTj.'i (iOlJiEN REMKlHKs.-^l.onb I /Reward for any cate of disease in any oUtgc which they fell to cure.    < I»*. ItifTiAi-'s Got.dkx B.\t.saw ’So, 1 cure» nters. Ulcerated iiote Throat and Mouth, tere Kje», I->u^ tloiin, C’tiiiia-r-cohir*-»! Blotch»-A tejrofula. Ac.; ia the matert Rited Purifier kutrwii, rt-uMrre* all dincase from the sTrteni. Dr. RiriiAC’s Goi.i»kx Bai-Sasí No. 2 cure* Mercurial Affectious, in all its fiirnis, give* immediate relief iu all cose*. So dietiRg aeccoaary. 1‘rite of either No. 1 or No. ‘2, 85 00 per hotUe, or two bottle» for 8» 06. Dr. RitmAC’s OoimKW Axtidotií, a aaSa, speedy and reliable rune for aU Frhmry Derangtnaauts, accompanied with ftill dircethMiH. Price, 8» per IvAtle. Ikto Ditf'oaair’u iJa'iB VkfeW Vl t Y Dr. Bjchau’k Ot«.DEir £i.i.xir ií’.Ymoi'k, a radiital cure for Nervouk Debility, in '«>ld or young; imparting energy with wuodcrftil effect. Ibrice, 85 00 pt-r bottle or two betllrs for B9 00. On receipt of priee, théae Beaaedim will be shipped t- - :<r> y place. Prompt atteati<« paid to nil ««rriwpon-«Icni.-. N,.n,. ^eiinine without the name of ^'DR. KK'IIAI’.S <;gi.1)i:n p.kmkdik.s. d. R. RICIl-Aitii'iS, aole proprieUir,” Nowu iu kI»-» <>r Uittlc-i. Addrexs    1>U.    D.    it.    RICH.vui>.». GrPBi Tbrotoftfi W'tummngrr !!•■•♦ n-oxn CltorltoBtoti ttolM. Ktotohb CM. ««IKto, Clairto, ■«mpMe, W«w •Nto leaafe, fipi    St. Jtottepb, KctokaJk, IBea Bfaiaedi* Omaba, aa< all Kail aa81 KiTpr Tototos mndi Citfe* ia tbe WcBi* Bfortbwefet aato NaaUiwMA FTY-E THROron TltAIKH DAILY {SSoday» tot-/ repied > a* follow»:    ^ iRmaxarvua. tn2(ci>XA,Ti a LajrATxme . I.eaTe. Arrive. IndfeaapolU A Lafeyette Mall, 7;aOa. m. .18:46 a. aa. 8t. lAkuia and t-priugfteld RxA. 2:-M) p. m. 7;8S a. to. •gt. 1.0UÍS and Hpringfield Ex.t0:20 p. to. 8:48 a. b. LiyrreBeeburgAceoaamodallontO;!»». to- S:ap.ak. LafereDcebiiiv Accouuuodation 4:30 p. m. 8:83 a. to. ♦The Hl:20 P. M. trate will leave Kundays. but oto ou teturdaya. VIA WUITKWATBR VAJ.I.Kr DIVISION. rhimgo Mall  .................. ftOO a. m. l*rt» a. m. f hicngo Express..-—•——----- 6:50p. m. 9*T0p. to. HarriteU Aceoiumodation..  5:30 p. m. 7:10 a. oa. mm No rhauge of can between Ctneianati, St. Le«Ua aiMl Uhicagn.    . p:irt{uut -sleepirtf Cars on all Night Traiaa. 1 hrough Tickets <wn l»e obtained at ite Barnet ITeute Office, comer of Third and Vine *, River Otoee, comer of YValnnt and river; and at Depot, eoeoar I'UiBi and PVarl rtreeta.    ,    . _ .  __ 1 he splen»M»l l*assenger Depot of the I., C. A L. B. K. !s about a mile n«wrer the biHdneto eentee of tte city thaa the depot of any other railroad, and within a fow nquare* of the Iftistoffite, and Ite prineipal hoiala toto rteapiboat    ARD80N,    Suptolnte«i<f<tot. A. E. Claok, Geweral Fiefcet Airtut. C'inelniMiti A lodlampoliK 4^HKCtl4Mn IbUlTOsd* FOR OXFORD, (DNNERsVIIJ.F.. CAMBRIDGE CITY., New i'aktlo, U»-*liville,_Iadia»apoUa. "■ ifantrt St. IjOI’Ls, and ell points West^ ^ WO DAILY TRAINh to JndieoapolBi No. 22s Varick atreet. New York roul.-»*» aeiit. LBOAL. Y^OTICE.—Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of liereiulier, A. D. 1«5H, Joseph IL Pulte filetl in the Clerk’» otfiee of the Court at Couimon .    . .    .a    TCtUi the xneatiou of Western avenue, in KollhUy, aud Carll’», aulsll'iaioo, es rocorded iu Rtjok No. 155, Den X u> iban page No. 43, of the Itaiuiltoii County, Obi's Lecar,!». Also, to vacate a certain alley in buid Xubdivision, boiimh-d on the north l-y l>euhaui sireeh on the south by Carll siree-t, on the w«<at hy lot No. 54, in fcaid sub-dl' isiou, and on the east by hds No». 55, 56. 37, 5S aud 59, ill buid subdivihiou. Ais»», a certain ailt-y in aai«l suidiviaiou, ruimiug from Weslera aveuue, hetwo»)ii lieuliaiu au«l Carll streets, eastward tti au alley, aud houniK'd ou the north by lot No. CO, aud oa the south hy lots Nos. 61, 6'2, 63 au»l 64. Paid p».'titi«ii will he for heariwg on tte SMh day of January, A. D. llffO.    RKVAN    A    DOIA.E, .Yttonleys for PotttioTTer. FLOUR Choice Flour ! FAGIN’S Old EfetabliMlied brttndM wUÍ b<« aold at L«w»»t Wbole**ale l»ire»L lo CjroCEKb aud UAIkEK^ ai tbe Kill, No. 88 LOOK STREET. FOR RERT. FOR RENT. One large front room in Fkk.sieiii’» Building, on Race street, on third floor, ivell sui.ed for an office of any kind; j»artieularly adaptad for Insurance puriK».»e». Kent low. .Vpply to 171 llaee íHreet. wilteat choiMtt uf can-    _ l!teT?KYiiriitea«, llamlh»» ft Day4iaa D6|»U days excepted, aafoUowa: Depart.    Arrive. .“t. l.oiiis. Tiidisnápotls ft Mimcie    . M»»il ................................7:13 a. m. 10:13 p. to. ln»U»n'apoHs. St. J.o»tis. feuoeis»- viJleand 51uncie Lxpre»» 5:00 p. ig. 1:30 p. to. RAGt-i.VGR ( UECNED XUROUGHtoaU prinoi-i>al point* W^.    \ For a hriiugli TiekeU aad »I1 iuformatiioa, apply to theTW-ket Office». No. 80 W'crt Fourth street. Ho. 11* Y'ine street, Bomet Uo««e, nortbcaat corner I-Yont aad Bnadway, and at Depot, comer Fifth and Hoadly Tl ‘    ........... stm t». Train» run by (Ydombua time, which laaovoa miautea'forter then eity Uaoe. . . J. H. sHKl.IHJW, General BoperiateadeoL J, A. -'-Kwi' Gejwral Ticket .tgeat. 744 M1LÜ8 WITHOUT CHATOS !! Rouble I»®SN1M»YLVA.NIA- Traek Railroad II •p ^«yspgfjFB.s GOING F.S.ST utimihl read the following nrranjo inent of ThroiiKh Traln». and carefully note tin- ix-i-nlinr merits- aud at'v.mtage» of the Penn-sylTaniatentn.1 tenté which h^e made the tooak ■¿.ptilnr .md l>e»t patromxed line between CiacinnaU iiiul Atlantic t'ilie».    .    . 7 -06 .V. M. Train leaves (inclanati dally, except SmeJavsi. with Sll-VF.R 1‘ALACK DAY AND SI.l-y^lNG CABS, whicli run through to New York via l*hila»’elphiaand Allentown without change, arriving at n»M>ii the next day. Four Hour» in ad vanee of all oti'cr Lilies. Arrives in . I’hiladelphl* at 9:3 A. M.. New Y'ork, 11:15 .1. M., aud Raltlraore 9KN1 A. H., Two Hour* in adv-inceOf Riy.ol Route»; Waehingtoa, 12:27.1’. -M,; RosttUi, 11 ".^iO P. M. !*:t5 A. M. Truin leave* Clncinntoi daily, exctofe Sunday, via Cw-rtUne routt; CreetUne, 5:15 P.M.; l*itl>li»iig. 12 niirtnight; Harrisbtirg, 9:13 A.M. Ar-ri'c.- atPhiiadelidiia 1::» P. M., and New Y'orkS:»P. M. twii hours anti twenty minutes in advance of all ri\ al lines, and hi time to make connections tor Boaton. 5:15 P. M. Train leave» anclnuatl daily, «cept .Sunday, via IMn-HoMle Route. Iftltshnnf. 7;00 A. M.; Harristerg. 4;»» P. M. Arifvtw at PhU^lphia 8:25 P. M„ and New V.wk at K>:2(n'. M...*'avi«a Dte lav of Fight Hours »uti lorty Minutto incident to Train l««vcs Cincinnati dally, via Pan- «ArtiÓViii 'ni 2:F> A. M.; New York 6:15 A. M., IN AD-V \Is« 'F gF. iiml in »^,son to aecnre Hotel acoonwi rival un«a aulion- lH-fort-‘hearriviilof pa^iigw by riva jiiul iiiitiring coiiue».tIou -a Uh the 8:00 A. M. train fjc **'a*'.^11 Y'FU P VLACF. CAR i» attached to tte Saturday io:«) P. M. train, runnlng thrmigh to New York without cliBUte. Thistraui rcachc» Philadelphia at 0 .I5 r >l 1'al‘Sn'ore, 2:80 A. M.. fotirhoarsanft rwrtiiv-live ininiitiw and Watdiington 5:15 A. M., thro* hours and twemy-fi ve mlmitei» in advantfe of all other roi-tcs. I'teton, 5;«S P. M. SPKKD, OlMFOF.T AND.SAFETY.-TtePennayl-vai'i»» rerUal exeel.- its competitors ix qtticx ti«« to New York, withoi't tlie diecomíbrt» and daagera to excí SKÍ' I .-qiee»!, 1-ecause it is. 140 Mii-Ks .suobtkb thato the New Y ork «’eutral, 118» Kuonrnn than tfoft Aliaiitic A Great Western and k5rie Routes, an»! ia tteft IM'SI huilt and murt carefully managed roadintheT country. 'ihiough Tiiket» for sale at the Company’» Office. N*. •, Cincinnati, itt Ticket Offic*» of th* 8 Burnet House, --------------- .    _ ------ l.lttle klianii Bailroad, aad at principal Ticket O: in the West.    T. L. KIMB^ * ' (ienerul Weatem Passenger AgatR» 6. GANG, Ticket Agent, Cincinnati. c

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