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I? i .f itd tli tt d-crt..na from th rirulr
nny I U'mlrj alarmin.r!y frU'tvt.
(if,wrn'r N'.rth Inan.iratl at U.t
l rtT'laT, and made a t,nrt ad .lrr.
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h. t.-.-n pintAiI dnTf rnnr r.f New I-l-o.
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.! iv r. -tit. ! trr.Tr.! rrr wrtr va!nr.Ut thirty
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riiir, r.n'll. iroyin pr-.'-Tty worui j
d-rina uiin nam-.l Ilanfry, wrn Lun.' In ihr !
ri'ur.TT j til at l lilcai'O ji tT:.iy.
Thf '.lly t'.r nt V.o heUr, .Nv Y' rk, h.i j i:;',-!,,,,,,,,"
! .1 a Canadian vc v 1 rontiininvr -ntrbuiiU ; Kv.tr. il I.
b I I.afj tt . .
, . ! New" AISu.v
- Mr. I. 1 Mr. Kuil'T, r--i lin m ar Kala- K. rt Wavn"
tui . wro ki!l' . I (n W -In. lrty t.y a rail- i Iii.li.i:iaili
ri-t-l !' 1 1 nt ii t!i Mi hi.'m (Vutral.
h. Mil.tiry ..nin.i..i,n a-M mh!,d at M. . ri..S(,.,. u tll , ,tv ,,,1(u j, ,.; ,,,,.. f.,r .
1 t try th .IfT. n nt inrti. t Jir'fl Ith i inx l.'iir:wit f thf f .r'..ir. t !-; )t w.
I it !.:irin.'. ha a.j.(urnrl mitil ,I:inu.try j -It .wl-l !." "rrr to kn.-w th if rn- r,. . nj.iiiti,'
.. . ... .. . . i . , , ; tl"' th tiri.f i iirl'. cir-I f Ktirjtiil h.. :t-
- ll.o Airnl.il-lntureyt-t. r.liy .-,.m, !,,,.,,,,,,., inijM1M. ,, t!ll , r.,h,l.ty . f th-
n p. Liti-'ii ri'irntriftiilin? tli ar.! !i .f I:t- i j.uMir.
i. an 1 itlr r i.titical j.rif.ii. r. In th .inif rmiark, th- I t.r ! .W of
.. , ' tin-'Mliirt v . !i- l- f tin- it v. h v li. h-:tv
I If lan r t- t-r M.iMi-hnirnt f Nhwdt- ; thirty -'h.-.U" wh.-n w- ita- l.iit nil). ?
2 r .V sti. 1 tw ht tlja. i nt l.iiil.liii, in j 'I Iii 1 tho tirt iiit:in't . in luv, oj.iiii..n,
lM.lla.l.-lj.hii, wer Vtrovf. h fir )u.t ! ro un int.-lli.-. tit mtn in f. f -i- k.- f
t ( th-tiiiT. n ut .! irtii! nt t f a v: r: ! I h o
' ! aa tiitlvrt nt m If th re Utr.i any trur-
--A1I th j rojrtr rf f C I:iv, .)r., now :v , K'T pr.-nt ar utr.nn.l to tin- -r.uU tl v-.ri.n-r.
ha l.ut in t.rK- ..' onli-a- I I"u" a" 'rriIon inour lari- iti.-.. tin v n.iMt
,(,...,,.,.., ... ...... ... , j h.tf .iulu.lf. that Wf H-r-in. l"--. linking' a
lion l.j tWn.fNl tt Ii.trl.-t Att..rm-r f..r ; hi,. ,,.,, ,.r ..lu- atmn h-r- iu Ii. tt .ri-
.N..tthrrn ALthnma. ! ajvli.
-Tho r. miin of fJenrral M-rrN rrivr.l in ' . N,,w l!' vn, r- 1 a:b uI',;,t ri,i"n ,,f, I"
.. . , , ... . I ill tirtio. r;in '.')iiiii)c th' alxnf i.iiM.:triM.i
. w ..rk j. .t. r. ir,au,I wrr.' f...low,,J toth- with-ut ..- j. in- rtiti.-.-.tioi,?
j.-raw l. l irÄ-. liuinl. r f in.lit.try :i.. . iti- I Wh it h;...ur hM. ;..:tr.l tlono within t tt-
ti.. I I'ft f'.ur yar to .r ir riu atxl tu-trn---
! tion f.,r t!i- i hi!.!n n f thi it v How m inv
- 1h I'..t Oftl.-e at Wall. tvlll.', Sar.nr inr.- ar- a. . oiifii.Mbt.-. t"-.l.iy't!i in w . re four
i .'iiiity, Txa, I rlns.' Moaii4r ii., one i':tn Im' I y,",r Ilw i i uiv lnl.lrt n !..; tin y
f ,in in i i .i .i i ii 1 turnl aw.iv t'.r w ai.t f riM.in !
I .uivl uli o ran takp th' oath i.r. it1. .1 tv t i'" i . , . . ,,
' j I I'V r irt T tin- h.M.H f.,r tin' in.'iith
I . vtniu.o Io;.irtmont. j f .mnnUT, UmI th- total munb.-r In
( hm Crnwl.-v. f.no i f th- rohl.f r cf th. V,'.'VI. mrrv WW
- if ii i i r, i .... . . of 1 1, .o :in. now arc thv tr. tiin.' t .. ir u-
M.rH.f..H.Il,l,l.y, H.-ktH.rt. In.l.an,. 1. . ( ,.Kli.. Ult ,.. r,,.rt ju;t Ill!w( ,., j, ,,, tj.
f-rfii arr t. .1. Th Mor- w:t r.l.l..-.l of fit x n t in on-it. in : it iI.m-m not m: tin iiuiiiIm r
on ih 1 1th ult., it will ! r imiiihtr..!. w '' ' lVl' fir .Iitit i..ti hii.I h.it-1 . n
... ... . rtiiM-.! f..r want tT room. Lt tint it. in !
-It I r i,rtl tint th" I'arairuayan h i e fyrth. oimn.
I..t '2,) no ii since the war with th alli ' If th r- is any n1t jnti.il ra-. n w hy thi-,
on.nun m1, nn-1 that th. ir rauj I now t-.ni- !'"' ,n"1 l,r'I ""U-. . ity in th.- t..tu, sihoul.l
i .a . ' o f r in th.-r.ar of all othr in ttluciti.-nal
'' r"' "",M : niMtt-rH. wo, in n.iumon 1th all frkuda to the
A llr.- urp'-l in AM-vh. nv t ity on Tii'-s- f u ' wo"''l liW to know that reason, uul et
tjay tvft.li,- whl. h tltroy.'d tw.ntr.tvvo r. lii..v al.
. ., ,. . . . ,: - J o u- u military .hrac-. we nr.- out of up.
Iiullini". an I .hprivr-l fifty funill.- of, I,. It. r. poUin .lit.ni-.- in um- ,. an tn;:.niHit at
Jj I'"'". j thf front.
Iti- report:.! that In r i,.- of n f.nn tl u- U 1K. x tlli.? ,, ,
.-.;,..., ,.r . w. ?' K P-etrullr. .1. It. Foi.LinT.
j-..i.ii. tu.' 4 ..int l .'i iitni'T Mi
iM-Aican Kv'jr.ili. thf Kren.li Itj-ittou will
ii n.irjw iront -Tiiii-I'.o.
II n. P. S Walki r, l il- As i.it.- .Iiistic.' !, Jud-t 1. N. t 'ooley, the 'oininis-iotH r of lu
fthrS.ij.prn.' Court, ha Im--ii l-. t.-.l t ;.- 'Ü all A tfair, ha J i.i.nt.d a rejiort at oiht
n.;;.TKl;1r,dlwi,ho.,to,,,ili.,l, and c.,1. VlSSn "Ei'nllMd
1 . Mi I od.n i-romin. nt luvytr of K-it H..ri- , niak. s Mi'-iti..n to t onnx Lowing the
1.1, tk-ct.-d to C.n-re. I l eity ..r l :riUt loll on tbe f.jllow in toH. :
Tl x- , .,.., ..... ! l.'tn-iation w it Ii reiep t. a more trit
Ihf Naval Court Mart.il at U ah t.ton , t , ,, of trad. . p-..iiiinr th.m to tonform
Tcterdjty "onvl. tr.l "om:iio. re Craven and to jut . h. dul. of jo i e in t!i ir ale, to sind
( nt.-ne.d liiui to Ik.-ti". il l d on !i df tv .r 1 l'1"1- from tl. ludian, und providing
two vc.r Thf wr.-t..rv r.f th N r. v I"'1?" (uuiutn wit!, a-ut.
. ... ' i In r.'ard to priteLli-n ol and loiiiishmenf
i'f )i prove the lindmr and hi t it a-ide. ; for th.--..nuivaii- cf.-ciU with tru.l.r.or con-
-Then venue .! ri ! t t!, . ruin, nt at ,r:" ,or or t'M' in' ' " "ii'-.l in an any nun.
t ... n r.i. r.-r... fi , . . ! rm th.- jiohtot t raiu.it tion, with other
Mu..n. t.eorl i.f.o.n th- doty of t;.. .. nt p.irt.. so l..,ulf of the ...w mm. nt.
j.. r hiun-l ' ii eottoii f..r the iv wo ', pr.-.-. d- A more dring, nt law t prevent i attle teal-
iir; th- first -f I.t-.-n!.er. am .mit d ! s :.'.. i Ui- in the Jndiaii ttnitory.
r. tt. ii u alrt adv I min- -kin- of I ,n,tn u"' ' VJ f-'r.i.t:ti...n of vil-ries of
" ; airetit. sup. rintiiul. nt, t to.
v i K'. oriranu.itioi, t f the M.i kin .' f .rci- i f this
The n' of iarl in I, w '.i . .1 u;ii ,. rlirlit ,;!,r, ;"1' a"-' inert-a-.- or :tlar ol the Cmmi.
If priet.x-iatliM iut. d-t it.-.' upPT,,.-Court i -,ot. t ti.. of Indian lands from taxation Lv
without taking the oath .f :d!.-i ii.e. Iii Hot j Mite law .
tt Ix et, d'vid.-d. The fiu tli r t-i iidd. ration ' An :-l,r-'"!,'"';'tion f.-r tlo-e.jlle. tion and prti-
t'.f th.M i,oh lsl.e..r, ,M..t ,.,.,! 11;itil M ) ! T? V"
, ii. on n i in ii,n ot, tin-varioiu tnl. of Indians.
ICi i-.ii.ii of the li-t .f ;i,'elit-., aiol pro i-ioil
-Cnj.taln Join, fl. Kvan. uhv. was ,-oim v. . I I f"r " w "u'' 'VV' h s "f '"U'Jsrit.s vr
, . - i new tre.itv pro in.iis require it.
to a,h.n?to,, last mm, -r in mi. 1, a ...-,. ri- A( f . s,.v,.r';tl tt,:lli,.s ,ic.rt.iu re.
ru manner, and w ho, wlj. iihep isc. through fi rn dto.
thi ritr, mpix.d t Im' Surr ttt htslen' l'roiion f.l li.mwi for a't titi at posts
it lad. llt.a, iM-f-i, in prison at i. ksl.ursr "" ;,r'' furuMieu lor
livemonth. Aji'topvi iti-u f.r pavtnent to JVttawato-
A Vi-ilnnee e.liiniitl.f 1 i. f.ri.l.d i ""' .uiJ".-- taken tp t l ie eitl-
. .. ',, ,, , . . ! e -11-. ! tie IT IT rata share of Hie IlliiUs of tliu
litnAil!', It.nlvaiii i. lh" uliole oil ; tli!., .
region I Inf.t.-d !y rulli iii. who r..l. and ' l-idatioii, if ne. .ry, in the intuie-U t.f
liiurdcr. At this arm TitüMille, it is said, j thc .'''l,'4U l,illr 11 m the ario.i, tnt e, w ho
there aro v,,, theater, in full Maf. and any 1 Min "lÜrib.- j-uu-ban- of land for r. s
niantity of drinking and ffatnMiiii,' M.tl.t.n. : iration iu California, und lor the cMin-ui-U-
-enor M f kina, a .lUtin-uUhed Chilian. ! "'V"1 r i iu''n'tv ' Ui' uU '' '""
i 1 in- organization t a t. riil. ii.d '. tuiiunt
iuaieasje. h in New V-rV on Ihur-day , fr . i,..ai I . imI-tv . a. m itlem.-iit of
lii'l t. In whiehli htatedthat Chili l.uilt the friendly Indians th- r in.'
lir! t. le 'rar.h line in South A.n. r..-.. .,.! I li.e. u r.i. no nt ol a railroad Ir. in .oliie
pokt tr her jro?r.-sive pirit. lie allu.l d t
the wanton atta. k of r-pain upon hi eountry.
tn.l fxpns-o.Uiis hoj.e i!iU flu- rnite.l Mati
.orrnment won I i ini-t uji.v, the maintain
aiire of th Monroe d-n-trine.
rnopi)of I.PKllli; IrorrfaitiB. '
In th SFNrr. v.-sterdav, Mr. ViKd"a '
NVkTö Testimony Mil wa t ik, n up. Mr. D. w. ;
. : , " , , . ..... 1
lid amendment adopted, an.l the toll
t onsi.leretlnirosscil ami read t lie third" time,
when it pasd yea 2'., nav 21. !
The Senate then prncoeded t the rnid ra
tion cf the Stntc debt t.i'.U . -Jn an.! S.
Z'.'X. the nucstion tin-on ron.Mirr. nee in the
Liajority rt-jrt.
M.r. Cullen ctT. rt .1 an atii. ndnirnf. to ln. rt
after the wcrJ "State," th-folh-w im.', w hi. h
was aJottl : "A fast a moneys- from year
to year accumulate in s ud Mate tlctt Zinkit.,'
fund, w hi. h said fund is irrr t kal.ly pled.-. d
f.T the r. d. inption t f said st..-L and K.nds."
The t ill thu amended, wit!, an amendment
T title, then passed yt as "., nay 111.
The sj.eii il order f.r the afternoon sr.;.i
I t in the consideration i f tlie !. ill t sf tl.lishiti,'
a:i Acricultural College .it i:ioor.iin-'ton. it w.-u
d Mte.1 fraMime. w h. tedtotm, was rr.
f dd w ith, and on the sixth l-a!! t !'.lo.ri!n-
toll was sl.itcd. reciiii; ote to 17 f. r
Tipivan.v Battle (.round, I . Mr. Thomp- n '
, ' ,. ,. , , , ; '
f r Indiau.tiH lis. and onetd-nk. The Li S I wa.
thn nc. tiuuitf. d. I
Mr. Cu'deaS Cnsus l.idw .ts then liken up
and pa-ed J.as -o. n i . Jt
In t'a Iloi sr, jcM.r l.iy. t!ie ivii-i . -rnxu n ,
t f the State I'lisen ,it!i I.!! .s-.u;.i.d c!iii!- 1
.ral.Je time, and f;:i..!i. tl.c m-tion to in:n,. t
... ... ...
theComvaittee tt. ..j , a:,d M.-ans to r. j ort ,
Hti apj-ropri-ition .1' ; d.' .s. was adopted-yea
.'.ii ts !
4 . ; i . . . .
A nessle was imi... li.i., the Actiti,' ,
..uii... t.iviiuui.-.Li'.iMii n.l t..in,r..i.
t!.c jK.wirs i f th.- L..rv! . f ii.kiii Kund
n;t.iisionfp., rte.
I'lo- 1! !!-. t... k i:;. th .p. . i i!
r i. i
l'.c -.:i;.i-;: Fund ! ,;!, j. !:. . t
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a i I i-.l .
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THE INBIANAPO
VOLUME i .
1 sU Inl M;.ri D.'lj IVa!f.
- Mr. l'r.ITK. .',.- If at inx I-, ti pre-M-nt nt
I uMie mretinj 1 , I iu the Curt II"Wc a f.vv
ftfülii? irvi', uliiv Hi J.a.rutnii of ur
x U1 t..:rd. Ir. T. I. t.liM. remarked tli.it
h had l---i, "ini't t wjtli th- public
r.f In.IiuiajM.ii It tli- j.it mx uar. an.l
tfiat durii),; that tun -! h h l h-. a..
v"""l rapidly, th.! at j r.- nt th.y cm-
I jm-fiv(.rul.l) with tii'.M- f ( tlritir in tl.c
.tat.. And Uimr so,,,-, hat hier lnlotu with
r.-rl tothi tru-hf .lne.s.fth.- a-Uam-.tmnt '
r' 'r 1 tUl trit,p.,In- . f tin- advanei m.nt
lt.lm iiti- of tli Mat.-, aü.J lin.l tlxui a-.fl
lo4 n:
Oft! iu.;U ntit!-. to i-uhli.- ii).truti.n
r,.,., ixr an JVUtIJt th. r. fr. iii--
T rr- Ilaut
T.I j - r nt.
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Now, we ein h.ipllv think . U-t rt ui.m f tU
ICrport ol tlio 'nniiuiloiirr of In
.i i ra ....i..
point on the Missouri ri. r to ...l t. n,
I t .t-.
I t!..' iil j. . t of trader' lie. nes vajs
.IinU' i,tHle j i ucumstaiue hai- r;uicil nie
to pay p ial attention, and 1 haw- eoliie to
the eoiu iiision ttiat a r.t.ii.-al t haii-e in cither
pi in. iple ..r pra. li.-e, p. rhap l.otii, is n. . -
arv. 1 iippov lh.it 1 am tit tn.iki:i.' a n
niaik whi. h w ill tartle the department ly its
novtltj, when I t th it tin re i r.av.'ii to
u 1 .u' ,!, lt'ar'' "T a,v t" ",tt U M,,",' ," U,''
r int. .vied w ith or t.r traders. Certain v
liivrr l.:t ,t,u,.t if - Mrl v..IuUllall,,u
of int TtM hould twist, it can i nly t ki.t to
t"-' Uijury of the Indians, and t oiisu. nt I y o
i t he .o i rum. ut. It is not iiuc.iinmoii to hear
t!te app.tr. nt rapidly inervasiu wt .iltli of t m
' plov. s of. ort!l;i rs MiU.rdinate to, this ethee,
spokell of a a reproach to the sen I. e.
1 li tvo no idea of und. i t.ikin; u(iii.tie
alt. iiipt to eoi p i t the manners tr iiioral of
pul. he others; l.ut in this particular matter 1
have In-eli It d to Ulle that an llllprov . in. lit
'aii ! tlct..!, partly l- the adoption and . n-
t' Tcctm ut I ii. w and string, nt n.l s l.y t.
tlcpartm. :it, and partly ! tin-aid of ( n.'ies
M n ii t i.ai tin. t.t-. 1 pr.'siiine that the pres
ence ! trad r upon most f the p-servatiotis,
under proper u-inis and n ti i. h ;:, is a
1. 11. I t to the Indian, i n. lUuu lie in to o!-
taiii, in i lianj.r h r th. ir lur and oth.-r ai t i-
Its In. in.luil i.y (in in. such tlm.k a th v
ne df r th.-ir coini. i t, and I propose to. ou"-
!!ua' 1 ' ",l 11,1 Um ," "' "I- n tofore.
LZ- !il
t,. a:i . . hau-e w uh the (ndi uis at ta.r priees.
t . l-fstaldished troin tun- t. tunc, ac ..-uin0'
t ; ''H'""t
.lu. ','e ( o..K s iM tU ,t tin-pcj. illation ot t!ie
huiUll ,ri;K., iuau. wit! :, the limit, of the
l ititcJ Mate Is ;)s.isi...
1 h-t. t i! aniou.it of Indian trust funds i.
Sv..o....i .. at iiu lhltril to the amount t t
cl-l.'T.o auuilalU. t the t.-tal amount
thu 1. KI in trut, täe sum i t--..'j .'m i, ,n.
tst.d i:i (iot rnmciit sccunti.s, and t-''1'.,-
,.' Liay-nw.-rt:,. 1'axMi. e und Wt-.t.-rn
Lailrotd l.oti.'.s; white the n maindi r, or ?1,-
m,.... ,s , bond, and .lol, uiv ariuti, Mai. s.
tu-trly all . r which t.s.k j.art in thf n Uliioii,
and ha a paid no interot since lvW. V itlj
the r turn of p-n-f we niav rxpt.t t!iat ar-
r,. ,.., , . . , ..,., ..- t.rU. ,,,..,
th- ies::r:.,ti.,n ,f tju. paTtucr.tif inUiist
n;nthrse Und and fr tl. arrears o pj-t
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ih.rc was a imiv n.-p. n..t in 1'hil.id.l-
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j.j.i.i. in .ii.i. .i atb.u .'u i.. ic v.lia..i ";is-
sorted"' t'uemsch in a l-rik K nioiistratioit
u,ou a iiiuil w hite 1 , w ho had a-auiUd a
diunkiu w. u. h. 1 he molt vas mad.- up
largely .f the nt- mi its .f a iic'p rctimeut
ii ii :ij.in,' h:h hu in the tuak.r (.ity.
lie- j ol;. e heeaiiiO Ihe.Ida'soiijo an I v-ral
vin! o sc:V, re ! sc. r. lv.
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. ar a. id i ol t. t. in. a.
i fed t- .!.-:. tli.
r- t row dd ii.t one
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lire ut linr;o, r- lnrh.
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t si..,, i.j the in. r in tins c;tv.
W ... Ii Ustül.
I I. re last l.iht. Ihe m.i-
vhiii. i.-iio. t.si with tiiv shiji-j ar.l, t-.'ji tiler
s. i ..,isi.i,. i.i.. mil ...nt I tim't-r.
si..:-..:, s,,:... a 1 I-I.i,-in,- te t!i- s.une tin:i.
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I. tile I'. Mim lie ! i!l;l-. n'.d t.V :wttV
ills 1
til.-. " V !!. red l' ;iU..i!;Vf r'i
-t." ks h..ivv; New ..rk ..t.ir.l. '.''
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. 'rrf. lank. Island. 1 7!
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IX DIANA
T 11LKRAIIIIC.
NKiiiT i:i:ioirr.
Till- F11KNCII QUKSTIUN.
TUT, .1 A.TI ICA llVsXOisT.
i
TELEG RAPHS I N CHILI.
VIIIGINIA LEGISLATURE.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN PHILACELPHIA.
FUNERAL OF CEN. IYIORR S.
CHAK'CES OF SOUTHERN CONGRESSMEN
FE 1ST I A. 1ST J T :FV IRM .
INAUGURATION OF GOVERNOR WO.iTH.
THE PARAGUAYAN WAR.
3ILKDEUERS HI Nfi A X CfllCAGO.
I
FARRAGUT NVAL COURT MARTIAL, !
aT1
SPEECH OF SENOR MACKINA.
MKXICAN AFPAIRrt. !
CHINESE AVERSE TO THE TELEGRAP.?. i
Senlciiccol a llililary Court
CAKLINDS TASK UNDECIDED.
CONTESTED ELECTION CASE.
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Ac, tVc.
From New York.
Pprh of a Dikl itiKiillid Chillan
Vout hern (onermiiifti !Vot to br Ad
i.illlf.I- l'oiif -ile.l I'.lrrlion (ntr
It.'pnriurr nt 'Iiief Srrrrtary of
Irene h Legullon for rriinr.--Iii.
nerat of (.rnrrnl .'VIorrK-f linee
Avere to I lie '1 eleijrupli.
New Y ntK, Ie. eml. r 1 ".--Itcf-re tl,- I'nion
I-.r.'ue ( 'luh, in this t iiv. Iat evening, M ip.tor
r.enjaitiin Yieuiiu t .Mn kin i. of C hill, speakimr
of the teleraph of his country, aid that Chili
was the tirst country in höuth Aimrira to
otl r it cordial support to the rr.at idea o
iieireliiv the world with tt leirraph. ( hi I
h i. I itstirst line of t. l.".rr tph iK-twet ti Santiago
and ':il jciri.iso iu 1""hI, and now there arc
two lilies connect nr.; those cities.
Chili is now lmildin' sixty miles telegraph.
When l.iicotcd pain ls;:ii a wanton and un
jiistiiiatile w ar. (. hili ordered oine nine hun
dred mi!, s to be immediately made to protect
the country, and iuuiieiiiatt ly m nt b. r vidier
to the place threatened by the Spaniards. The
speaker oaid tlte only practicable telegraph
mute in South America, from ocean to ocean.
wa throuirli Chill. He thought it would soonf
ti eomj.letetl on a plan similar to that of tbei
overland mute to lchrin' Strait. There are
two routes promised, in both of which Amer
icans are interested. One is to follow the line
of the proHscd railrond. two hundred niile
lontr, it. id the other 1 to lay a submarine wire
from l'aiiama to Valparaiso, following tln-
route purMi-.l by (he Moanurs. Tili line will
connect at nearly all print, sothf stations will
be ten to one hundred miles apart.
There is a pfo-. t fr a Mexican telegraph
to I'an.-iiii.t. by w hieh n. vvs can be cmivcvi-d
from the Lui ted Mates and Lu'.d.iid t llii.nos
Ayr.1 at n expense t.f a few hundred dollars.
South of I'an.iui a there is not a sin.'h- com
mercial stealilt r that loal the Allleiicall flair.
commerce haum; bet n entirely monopolize!
by a licet f lln j-lish steamers w ho do not mind
Si tin nor lo r old amiable iov . riim. iif th-re.
and we will tin. I mir on-to ..pen th- doors
for lis. Ill colteiusi. n. the speaker aid li
was in favor of the .Monro-doctrine, and hoped
Ihe l'liit-tl States Well!. I ;i.lh.Te to it.
The J'nut'n Waltim:toii hM. ial says: The
jnesfioti of ttie admission of South, rn claim
ants to s, -its in the House f Kepfesciitatives
has lwen considered, :.nd is now fully deter
mined, the vote in the House adopting the Me
t ns p solution by two-thirds hein-j regarded
concl;t.ie ni.l. n.e that tli.y will not Im ad.
milted. Th- House of Iteprowntatt ve will
take acti. n, early in January, upon the ease of
tlie revt wule. tion in tlie Pis'trict of New York.
The o id' Ht-e has been sent to the printers, and
will make a volume of over ten thousand
pa'.'.s.
Th- (' ).i-n'.T"., Washington sp-eial says:
The d-parture f..r Kupjw, on e.lnesday" of
the chief secretary of the French Legation, is
connected with recent tlev. l-pments of Ihe
Mexican ipiesti-n.
The tenipt v of Congress and rowin popu
lar sympathy with the I.lU ral cans-, in Mexi
co, with the appointm-iit of (.en. I .-: n. h.-ts
I' d to a t oiniiiuni -atioii Ik twecj Count M-n-tholon
and the Mat- lK-purtnu nt, which re
sulted in sending a message to the French lim-p.-r-r,
asking instruction.
l h- remains of ItrL' idi r it-neral Morris ar
rived iu this city this morning, und lav in
state in th-(Inventor's nom at the ( ity Wall,
where hundreds f pr-oii viewed them. At
Nhn.il in o'clock the remains w re plae.-J in a
hs-ars ami oss..rted by a .). thelimt nt of u'x'iit
pMH) rczu!a-s to Trinity Church, wht re the
usual cert nioiiies if th- Fpiseopal Church
were performed, after which the bodv was r.-m-.vid
t'T intern,, nt in the faii.ily vault.
l'.iL'-v.i;. r C nerals N'anvl.tt and Van Hur.-n,
and s. ral pr-mim nt military and tnvl oßi
c. i s a. t. d as ri il of lienor.
The I...nd-m Tthjmh states that the Rus
sian (iovernment sent two government tele
graph othe rs to as. . rt tin w h. th. r It vva tos
Mble to obtain jennis,Jn of the Cliim - (i.iv-
ninieiit L establish a telcrrapl, from Kiacuta
to li kin, but that th- Chitu-se howed. them,
selves averse to the sJaeme. and the oilicers
have rt Ui rued.
From Washington
I nllfil Main Miproiiie Court fiar
luiiü favc I iidreldc-d.
W.(Suix;toN. l.-eeml r lo. In the I'nited
St tt-s .ipr. ni.. Court t--lay, Mr. Carpenter,
of Wis-otisin. ar.'ii-d in ftvor of re-idmittin
(.iai Sand to pra. tic , without re.piriiu him to
take th oath of all--tance. 5,- hav ii U-en i n-ira-d
in the rebellion. He contend, d the par
don restored him to all his civil rLht.
Attorney lien, ral "p-ad coiubatted the et,.
tletirm' H ition, aruinr t!,- riht t pr
s ri!.1 tu:di:icati-.ns b law. and the l itt, r was
of this character, and n-t a Jm naltv.
The .irr"ma; nt is t be r.-stitnct next Fri
t!.,v. The rminVeT rf nv ! sailing fr. Tn New
. ork p- i ts south of lia'.tim .re. Washington, '
AleTandrii. ttc. :nrraro tn. r- than ."V in ea. h
wis k. and they eonipri about twe.thir.ls v
vt jvt oiuq to is. it in the I'liit-il Mite.
Tli-- nuiii!" r . f v . ss, is -. in.' t tiie inie p. rt
in th- UI..L i :. ii u lV.rciatn i ii. In;'., i. hflv
I nr.
-s. s
Iliplosion of a Holler.
i i: Y. Iv . emb. r 1... This ni.-niin,' the
boil, r at .1. Ii. M. Murray A o." I'.ru-li F:--t
ry. at I. r.id:i.'! iir'. exj-lod-d. kiiiin,' Thi!. -tus
Wir I, th- enititer. It i oj;,i.,.j he
Was the or.ly p. r n in the hiiilJimr. which
wis In.Uv shattered.
Th- dama.'c will Im-
fr- m 1 1.'..".. to yj.'.'tsi.
ilitrtlerer Illing at C'htruso.
t Uli- C.t. I l. l.l'. r 1". Vlmitvr in.1 l.r.
t"tr. who r..nr,: r. d 1:1 in n un. d M.mfrv neur
the city a vtnr V1. 're hun
.1 1 V.-.X- ?r-fni'ii.
in the ceinitv
NIK VI'UY LATEST.
TIILLK (iTUH'K A. M.
KXIAN AI AIRS.
UK. I : tills r 1". It i r. i.,r... I
. Y
Wat a laree Hilmar of
fn!m ltroth. rh r..?.vth
rd a.vnr the
re s. , l.r the (,r.
cr.ni-iti
II lu liiLn-uulri'i.. .Ir.ii .... i':. .....
tt,; ,nsh r,,.,r.lurn ; inVc -
fVr Y"y ;'l Tl h'M.ta:ent anil a
are cnfidcnt rf nltimat -u--e.-s ri,
tit , and at the t:tne tf their d.j.arture tiullin
i restnte.1 theaj-iwaranrerf a va-t t-atuj.. iu.
TOLLS, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER IG, 1SG5.
riiu' the tri.!t.f Tv.nliirM! x it! Ua-n
the upi.ir- f th.- itv m-rr t.IW-U with l...re.
f.- ami artilbry; patrol .f mount.-.! m.1i-
dunM up nn-l clnwn int crowded tri- t an J
Ire.-Uentlv rtmr in -41isi wllla the 1-copl--,
I'uin..r f a rVnian raid rt,--ntlT pre ail.sl at
NrT lnnuk, and the j. ;iW: ui-rv j;r atlj
ev. ito!. The alrtii lus now ubsid-.!
THF. CONSTITUTION )I J l.M v( J TO HE
AMFVt.rtt.
Advierst from Kingston. J-to o i . mv that
th- nvro revolt I (rteetually sutpn'sl,
thoiiyh arrests f.r utterinj s.'ditiu l.tutias
tili continue.
5,1111 tleWff the pi.t want rt the ronstituti.n
f the Ilatol, it w ill 1. amended by makir:?
th- a dslature a l.fe oflire, and transferring
the jM.vs, r of apjintmt nt from the jho Ic to
theerown. A loll will 1 intrwluetii to K-'ri-l.tte
rtliiou Immü. of the Island, to w ho, iu.
fiuenee the outbreak is attrlbtit'i!.
Tttr: P A It At". L IVAN' W.IK.
A letter fr'-lii Iluntsr) A) aya that while
the Paraguayan force is diminishing rapidly
throu.'h easültie of war and disease, having
lost aln.ut SJ.'itu m n. The allien are -tronirer
now than at tir-f. The latter have in thefji-ld
atout .V,t'i in-n, and an I i l-tt-r pirit and
are le tter eiiijMsl than at iuiv former time.
Th- allies put all prisoner in th. ir own rank
a soldiers, and th.-n hos.t them if th-y attempt
to desert. The l'arannvan make f irm Ia?H.r.
er of their prison-rs and sst them to work In
the m id.
IHY1IF.X A t'KAl It's.
New from Ilayti unrratc events after the
Uritish punbtiat Hull !o wa. destroyed. The
(fiinboats Lilly and llall.-t immediately prft--eele.!
to Cape Haytien. and after prnjiosinij
certain t.mu not complied with, jineeded to
lull the forts, which were in a short time
; blown to pieee, and the place reduced to sub
mission. sa!avii ami tiisirun.i made their
cape br taking refuse en lard the American
man-ef-war l).-sioto. rn-sident (ieffrard soon
after took possession of Cape Haytien.
THF NKCRO IIVIIOX OF LANDS.
A eorn iMindt-nt writinc from l.rorda, txjt
he has made many inquiries and finds tlm state
ment that the negroes ex jM-et a div ision r.f the
land, at Christmas, Is untrue.
SOfTHEKN MARKET GLUTTED WITH XoRTU
EKN UOOHS.
1 tiers from Uiehniotid nay that Northern
merchants are sending more good South than
are needed, l'eople are generali) unable to
purchase until shipment: vre stopped. Mer
chant w ill lose heavily.
TDK GAKLAXI AM MA Kit CASES IN THE VSI
TEI STATES si I KEME COL KT.
Washington-, IV-eemWr 1.'. The ruitrd
State Supreme Court Kooin was erovv.letl to
day with lawpers to hear the argument In f.iror
of restorjn (larland, of Arkansi, and Mirr,
of Louisiana, to the privib-ge of practicing 1;
fore the Court without taking the test oath.
KEXTLCKY LEGISLATIVE.
IiOiisivii.i.E, Ky Decemler 15. Frank
fort dispatches state that a message was ro-
ceived in the Senate, to-day, from the Gover
nor, announcinjf that he had j.ardoned Qov.
Howe, Wni. K. Si mm, and others, till the end
cf the assembly of the Legislature; andreeom
mending that the same he granted by the
Genera! Assembly, and that a ireneral law te
passed pardoning ull persons indicted in State
Courts for treason.
In the House the bill providing for civil
remedy fr injuries; done bv disloyal persons
was reconsidered and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary.
MUG IMA IXGIolJlTlTlE.
IticiiMtvvrt, December 10. -The Legislature
has passed a bill reonranizln as public guard
the military company formerly employed to
guard the public buildings.
The Legislature has passed a resolution re
commending the pardon of Jeff. Davis and
other political prisoners and the restoration of
the privilege of habeas corpus.
IN'Al'GUKATtOX OF GOVEUXOlt WOr.TlT.
K.vin.iii. V. C. December 10. (iovernor
Worth took the oath f oftiVe to-day In fore the
metnU fs of the two Houses of the " Legislature
and a number of citizens. The (iovernor elect
delivered a short and modest address, claim
ing that the people of North Carolina d-idr-d
the restoration of the I'nion. The Legislature
will adjourn on Monday morning.
JL'I'ICIAL PECISIOX AT BALTIMORE.
ItAt.TixiORE. D-een1er lA. Chief .Tu-tiee
Howe has made a decision sustaining the con
stitutionality of the registration law which ex
clude from voting all those who cannot take
the- test oath.
MTRLCTIVE HUE IN' INIII ADErniA.
I'liiLAPFiriii . I-i-emlH-r l.. The ianre
, ln;er beer establisliment of Schweitzer & Co.,
eorn.T of Eleventh street and CoiuraMa avenue.
1 and twelve adjacent buildin-, were itestrored
j by lire this eculn?. Loss heavy.
I SENTENCE OK A CttfKT MARTIAL.
J Washington, December l-i.In the enso of
I Lieutenant Colonel Ward Marston. t.f the Ma
; rine Corp, who pb-aJ guilty to the charge of
; applying to his own U" s.-nnki, entrusted to
him by enlisted men of the Marine Corps, at
; the time Marston w as commandant of the Ma
i rine l'.irracks at Itost.n., the Court sentenced
1 the ae-uscd to be dismissed from the Marine
Corps, and utterlv disqualig.-d to have or hold
! any oiliee or ointiioyment lu the navy, and for
' f-its all pay and emoluments now lüe him.
j The President nioditied th- sentenee so far :
Lieutenant Colonel Marston be reprimanded
I by the Secretary of the Navy in general or
i der; that lie be .suspended thro.: years, and
j that one half his entire pay be deducted, until
the whoie delinquency is caneillt .1.
The Secretary of the Navy m ole the follow-
I Im; i ndorsement The extract from the record
I already, is the liest repremand which the
I nature of the case admits of; for, if there be
any officer it, the nav al or marine service who
1 is io unmindful of his dtitv and Iii honor as to
: commit the off. nee to which Lieut. Col. Mar
, st'-n has pleaded guilty, he w ould not be hcn.--,
tilted by any reprimand which th depart
I nunt might administer.
J Gideon- Wei ls, Set rotary of Navy.
! l ARRAGUT COl'KT MARTIAL.
; The tinvitl genera! court martial, of which
j Admiral Farragut w as President, found Cotn
! modore Craven guilty (f the charge preferred
I airVinst him, of failing to do bis most to over
take or destroy a vessel which it was his duty
: to tneounter." Tin y ruled he should have
, kept the Stonewall in si-ht. and be satisfied of
j her w herealN.uts. and sentenced him to le sus
j p. n Jed from duty, on lcae pay, for two vear.
The Secretary of War, in reviewing the d-eis-i
ion, regards it incotit ro tntion. and has set
tile vtrdu t aside.
I T1IK RATIFICATION UY IN1IANA OF
TI I IUNML A M LIN DM F.N T.
C N Ti
lt was heretofore aniH.uu.-ed that th I),-p:irt-ni'
tit of St ite h:td not received n.itice t.f the
ntiticitioti of the constitutiotutl amendment
prohihititiv; sl.ivety ly the Mate of Indiana,
but to-liy Speaktr I'olfAX tiled in the Ivj.art
ni. nt an oiheirl notice of its ratification l.v
that Mate, attested by Acting lio.-rur llake'r
and the Svretary of the Mate ef Indiana.
COMMERCIAL.
Cinrinnutt 7Inrkrt.
CINCINNATI. Peirtnlrll.
Klour is held with more firmness c.n the part
of the holders, but tin re is no imjirovenieiit in
the J.-mand; sales f snj.ertine at H". ."i,iT -."
evtra iT T.V-i J .-. and fitnilv and fan.-v U '20
isJM.Vi.
Wheat i active and j rics higher; old red
$1 H"; new 5 1 7 .
l.oni i in Uttir demand, an J lrict. hive
advanced to IDe Lr new.
Oats are a. tivo and price nominal ut Uc
iu ek ators.
live dull and prici notuiiul; naU-s at T.V
for f rime.
Il ia's lull, and price, have declined fuMy iV
closing at jM i-VJl'i .V net. The wvathe.i i
unfavorable f-r killing. The receipts f.,t nji
t nly is'l he.td.
l'rov ist.. us unsttlKd and pri.-e irn-.'ular,
mid to a preat ext. tit n.-.minal.
Mess jKrk i low. r, having been ofl.rid at
t-.T .V vv it IL buvt r.
C.r.en tne;.ts ...Id htC'a.lli; Hti l iv;,- f.,r
h'-uld.-r. i b and harn-.
Hoik meats d.slin.sl to lJt;,12i,-r r..r !i..ul-d-
r-. ll,;l" ';c for rü-ls d ide. and lTci .r
b-ar.
Nothing !' ne in ba. f.n.
Lard is ot!. red .;uiti freely at l"'v Iwr prime
rit.y
Cotton firm and j ri.-e advaifeil b. 4.V f-.r
mi-Idling.
Ur.Ht-rie verv dull,
smill ile ft whiskr at ii
(i.-U UV,.
Wt-ath r i ie ,r : thermometer H.
i'titcajro Tlarkrl.
CltiCAt.O, IVcembvT 1 j.
rduitr advance.! 1oih the market elosjaj
linn.
Wh. at uiim tt! d and irresrulir; ilr nice
from cl it-vjl -' r'r -No- I. closing with but
few buyer it the outside; 'X'J ie for No. 2.
Corn'tiukt at 0','.ilTc f-.r No. 1. and 4k- for
No. -
Oiti quid; Sale at EmJiVf e.
llik'hwines duil and lower at $2 IT.
Provision dull and Inactive.
II"' inirket tuivt at s.,.i'',1i fr g""!
to . Lot -e.
Me 1.., k i.tV.-r.il at 5.tt.;iT, but without
buvers.
L..rd dull at i' s'.Vr,.
'ri-iirhts nominal.
Ii.--.ijit Flour. 2.."i00; Wheat, ll,o0.l;
com, n'; cat. I3.(.i.
Shipment Klour, 1.100; Wheat. 2.";
corn, .'t); oat, TS.tHX.
DAIJLY HEJRAJLB
ru York ?larkr 1.
New V..KK. lVs- mi- i 1."..
( ott'-n h'-ivy nnd tie. lining; il. at 4 '; .
f.T middling. '
Clour more art iv o .-not lOi.'l.V- l- tt. rat 2o
f'T extra Mate; .V .r,i ., f.-r eotntuon to
t! hiit.inz and extra r und h.M p Ohio,
and ii... ;'. "O f r trade bmnds, th- market
closing lo av y.
Whiskv dull and nominal; wes'crn ;"2oJ 't
Wheat market active and l U tt. r; w ith
a k'''d detiiali l f.T jsl ': s .I. s u t re PI ide at
el btf.r ( hicagu spring: el " i f.,r Milw.iuktv
liil; et s.., f,,r tn.tr Milwaukee; 2 40 f.r
amber Mate; x I for h i. e w hite Canada:
l T" f..r new winter red western and 2 4a
fn- eld do.
IS) niore active and de id.slly Cniur; sale
at !v!e!H2e for Western.
l'.ariey heavv and tpiit t: sales jl (1 f..r Can
ada La.-t. and Vl lH il 14 f..r Canada West.
Carley mult lull.
Oni rM-n.H heavy and clcil rather easier
at Nvtüv f.,r tniscünd. and !'.'( '!; for sound
mixed western, and !ec for hiah mixed
eteni, nearly yellow.
Oats a. tie and le better;salc nt 4!HcVm for
Unsound, and ."O tt-Je f.T sound, the latter ait
r.xtn me price.
Coflts- lUict.
Mitfar tiuiet; sales at 15!. 14. f..r Cuba
31 us., iv ado, and lb- for 1 lav una.
Mol isst s dull.
Wo 1 tpiiet.
IVtrob iini lirni; tlei at 41 !io, 4-V for crude,
and G7irt,ov f,,r retin.sl in UuhI.
llopfrinn; salt sat Mo, for Ml. and 52.. c
0.M- for ';'.
Pork, heavy au. I lower; sab-s at $2 T"o. J
.17 f-.r extra mess, i losing at j? "' 75, and s2-
tor prime,
lteef h.-avy.
P.aeon tpiiet.
Iteef hams dull; sales ut $o2 ?
Tierce Int f tjuiet.
Cut meats quiet; sales were made at 132 17c
for harn.
Drcscd hogs in fair request; nale. 14' ll-jc
for eitv.
Lard firmer; sal- at li'xdCitMJ.
llutter quiet at 2.4:;e for Ohio, and ST.vJlöc
for state.
Cheese steady at 14nir?e.
MONEY AND STOCKS.
Monov is stea.lv nt 7 jer cent.
Sterling linn at M!1'""?-
Hold heavy and firmer, ojK-nin at ltu,
closing at 14i).
(iovernme,nt stotks iu fair request, without
decided eh an- in price.
Freights to Liverpool are more hexvy, and
Id lower.
iXDimroLis r. n. tdik table.
Colombo and Indianapolis Central Railway.
TriDL-. Train Arrlvt.
4:3 K.U Day Ei prent 8 OO AM.
t'0 P. X Mail Ii P. If.
P. M Niht Kipre.i H 35 p. If.
Beilefontaine Railroad.
Irilci Letv. Tralniirrlte.
"O A. M
tai p. M
15 P. at
wis a. ar.
HKS Noon.
..Mall 43 P.M.
Madison Railroad.
TralnaLear. TraT ArrWs
-: A.M ...Vati 1IS0A.M.
S:tHl P.M 7 3o p. M
JefTericnrilla Railroad.
ralnaLae Traits Arrive.
foratug 10.15 .M. Sit;ht Kx TSfl A.M.
.'hicano Kf.. VOOP.M. Chica Fi. 123 H.
?(lnht KX....900 P. M. KenltnKi.. 7 3U P. M.
Pern Railroad.
rra!nI.fave. TraTL. Vrriv.
1-2 ao P. M CbfcAft-o Kprs 7 20 A. V.
10 A.M Chic.. KxprfM. l.'üP. M
Lafayette Railroad.
ratnnLea. Traft f ArrlT. .
IS 4 Nu.n 4 50 A. M.
7 ai p. x. . ...
ie P. M. '!.'.'.'.. 5hjht Exprew,'
. ..10 10 A. M
4WP. M.
Terra Hanl and Richmond Railroad.
TralnaLeare Traits Vrnve
.15 A. M Accommodation 3: IS A. M.
19.35 P. M C.'i--;ntitl Kxpres In 4 A. M.
1.10 P. M.. ..Mailand Kirri . . .. 6 0 p. at.
".10 P. M .NUhtKtpresi T 15 A Sf
Cincinnati Railroad.
Tr1n.Lvr.
4 50 A. nr....
hty A. M...
7J) P. M...,
Train Arrive.
....HOT P.M.
7 I. P. M.
8,W P.M.
. ... . . Rxprs. .....
Mall
....Sitfbt Kxpresa. .
Lonlsvills, New Albanjr and Chicago Railroad.
KprerStJ:pentAHtleJunctloiiroicctiortL6.00 P. V.
0 iri south
11.4? P- Y.
INSURANCE.
lXIII.l.Vl FIRE ISLRXCE CO
IM)I A irOI.IN, IM).
Office o. 5 4M. I Fellow' Hall
A co ii in ii I si 1 4M 1 iin.l ;.isli Capital.
üui.oIk no. 1
.Fi-TCKn3:
J. S. TIARVKT, rrwldert.
FKRIiKKICK IJAGGS, Vke Prfiid't
FIJKKERtK n .OOS, Treasurer.
Wat. T. tilBSON, Secretsry.
d.clj dSmlit-p C. C. Ot.lN. nenrrl Acent.
New Advertisements.
CIGARS, ETC.
I.Olt choice C'ur.rs aid Tobaoro. rail on Meli,
1 K.fle C.p.r Slore, 16 Bate Block, III no treet.
tleclG tl'.e.sl
WANTED.
Store ICoorti n 'nli Inioi, Mirert
Wanted.
O
N'E Miitabl for a Millinery an I Tarcy Stre. Pos
ses ion coi wanted ulUI spr-nir. Inquire r
WILKV V M AKTITf,
dccl3 .Pt Ural Kstate Aifr-nf..
FOR RENT.
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
life ÜATK HOCSFS, OFPiClTS AND SLEFP1NH
f room, ciiUi'Aj located, to rei.t, at reducd
ralo. Partie f iti( t r dc tu bMnrf io tbe couairy can
better iLtir c tidlti. n ly caliii.ff oi
k. v. sricsn k co.,
U al Küta- Aietil.
dr16 dlt No. ?( Wrt Wabinpton str-et.
FOR SALE.
Two Hundred Dollars Cash.
i IN 0"K TrAIt. and 2Z0 in two t.i-i
1 j7-ss-e3lf wi 1 1 nj of n a ceniralij loat-d HvUse
j of I) rooms and kiiclien In ihe city. N' m ruri). Upt ,
. rrtr. ant far u rer,t fur three .e"i-sf and H. M. St icr
A Co., Il-t estat - Afn'.. No. 2I1, M as. inet n
I itr.i w.'l .... Kna. - .1 .. in r. . . ; . . - r
v:i nou an 1 i..t.
dec 16 dll
Sixteen Hundred Dollars.
JLOLf tuent. tili buy a f.-d and ce Cirtiajje
H .u e of f ree roo:n, an t
injure of
n' tne certer t-f t - cilT.
P. M .PirKR A CO.
Iirl Ks-aie A if nr.,
H'-i Wist Wa l.cto:i irret.
dscbi dlt
No
CROCKERY, ETC
For the Holidays.
Ja t '.:vf,I, a I.r,. virtmiLt of
PLATED GOODS,
i nimi'i or
Made Brralfast and Dinner ( actors
Of lb' htrll tle.
Cake and Fruit Baskets;
Itntter llorlt
7Iol:iw-s. iis;
l't-r lklt-lai-;
taoblrt,; rtliifkt
Table, Tort nii.1
Dtwert Sxxn.j
Fork., Tea Sri;
rtc rtc etc.
IlAr.S0fE ASiOLTMiyr OF CHINA, LAsi
sad Partaa Bartke Tse-.t Chil ir-n'e Tea Srta
ar. Tt MortoCnp-, Totaccn, CUa- and Match Rox-a,
Cf t.tf and Toilet Sett, and Water B-tlaiof the hitet
p.ltern. and a (eaerai tariel f Ci.Ua, OU-a and
UMr-ntrt.
Ail ax. tattte u call and exatsia our stock, as
ita ailai at tk Tr ket fsTuxaa.
1-. ' H. w. wErr 4 co.
decie d. t y0. 67 Ea- Vulailoa atrvet.
CARPETS, ETC.
carpets -
"THE TRADE PALACE."
II13IE, ADAMS k CO
'
j 2(i and W V. f t U .lsli!n?tOIl Slrf f t.
j
j
t
,
'
f1UH lf)XC. F.STAr.UHrD ITSSTITITION REITS
I. up Ha old rrpalatlou of ü.cf iL
Fines! and IWclicsl Gonds
i t ii i: n a n k 1: r
AT THE
I
Halifax K. giant, a large l.ne or
Fine Amlnvier and ltrtivM'N
O X rJ? s4
I Saice receiTinftheab-vewsLareadsicss, ihrfiiigh .lis ;
Arse t. of the aiu House, of an a.l.anrdof III per :
' cent. upn all grades or Go si..
Now Is lite till to (t-1 30'jr C tLPKTS. a th-y can be .
! b)Uht f.,r much I -s8 n- w thai I iter
! In dlitin to 111 al.ove, e I are a lire a-.lean- '
! .t-te a- rtt'ient t-f ctiei-r r.kxIs. fr.-m a Th e I'It
a C imm.m llmp, to til. h Ilm alteti'i.tii if ((uule-al
! buyer 1. Invite.l.
Cincinnati Trices IMipIicatcd.
HUME, ADAMS CO.,
, n n
2C and 28 West U as-lnmrtun Street,
drcHritBt
CIGARS, T0BACC0, ETC
ITT W -w- a -W -ss -w v -W -k V
WALLACE BROS.,
Wholesale DeaWnand Manufartareri' Agent for tb j
sale of
CIGARS,
I .rut" ami
allAsMFACTURED TOMCCO,
BROKERS,
-.-.jGenl Commission Merchants,
agists roa
I'ittsburp Soap;
IVrman's Sais and Candles;
Kaufmann Hitters;
Ilickey's I'lu Tobacco;
Virginia l'luir Tobacco;
Missouri IMuir Tobaceo;
Hanna Fine Cut;
New York Tea a;
II.(i.O.Cary' Shoe Polish;
Reicher' Syrups;
( ireat Western Coal Oil Company ;
Cathert 11 ,t Co. Ciar nnd sin.kin ,
Tobacco; '
St. Louis, Indiana, Hominy Mill.
Ti X TF. hare Ur t:k of all the aV.ve G..oJ in
(tore at Mauulacture r price.
17 South I-Ia,Tiire Str-i-t.
Jet 15 i6w
iJ.iUrnal crpr.
DISSOLUTION.
Dissolution ol' Partnership.
rjlllE TAllTNLR-slIIP reret..T exi-tii g 1-taeei,
f Jta'lli. w himpson a-d Kote!t Krijiiu.tf on, u-.d r
t. Jia'tu. w Minps.,n a-fl Kotrett k-iiNii.-.!!, ur.d r
Tae bosii es w;:i be cotiuned b? X. S rnrson, who aill
ei le sli bi..UK-M Dil?er connected wrh the I, te Cm
MMTHEW pMl'.st,s.
de14 dlt
kuCKUf KKNMM.KIt.
FOR SALE.
roi. sali: oi: thadk.
$ß,000 Ä
WOTII OF WF1L I kCTr 1
trial bsve b . -.rc't-i
eipr--.I f.r the Re ad Trade, s-s ill ji etcbsuaed ..-
citjr i rujsrrtjr or a f.rtii.
A IX).
Tke and Fureitare cf a flrt eta. B jtel In IaJ.-
ai.puli.
L.. II. IIATILISH A. CO.,
ra'. EaaU Broker aLd AL-ctl t-er.
Vxrfaasie W,n,
No. Us North I 1 f oi. street,
decli-13t h.d a ia.o is In! ar.a.
CIRCUIT COURT.
AOJDURNED TERM MARION ClRC'JIT CC'JRT. "
ATOT lCit la herebT rtren tH.t there. I.K. K.-.t
1 adj mrsed teraa of tb Mar . Cl r . , C ..r . eo-a-
I ni:iciu on tl.e secocd day (fjana.ry, li anliorou
tinue ta seion twnl;-on Ja l riklda
d.cl.13l WILLI M C. s':. Orrk.
COAL OIL.
COAL OIL.
WALLACE EROS. BATE JCST.I'CII7TD. H
rt-ct from the -eannfaet n Pees IfMl Ksre.,1. C.
Coal
vt. tbia W.i M ar aci(irlr lau; c.i Oil m tsi.c tr
I - -" ".mi cnesper. ateosesat-rr tls xis. t r . ,
s .". 1
drei. (It
a i e, war street.
WANTED.
WAXTID-Rr a -..U eotleraan. a f.rxUked
Vutboajl. AdJrssa tws 104
let 15 t?V
NUMBER ;).
MEDICAL.
BROWNING & SLOAN,
DRUCiGISTS,
o.
.isliington Strert.
I.MkllVll'OI.IS IM..
S.eoiour crsQu;! 1 , '.is: uiki Sal C icbtns,
.V OLtiee ito-i h . 1V 1:... ClI rwfirai,
Ol 1 .. Io.1i.t Iv.l.ss.
W.ih f'l it-tX ,f r.ie CnKMICAL1-'. Hfl!) KX
HtVCT. si 1 ail th iirw pr. j-ara. Iaa of tt. Jy. I.
Itu i It, r
1 1 1. Ctor M.
. ! i lor til.
10'. K Sup Csil. S. J4.
j.-O .!.!. I' .111 1 .'Or,
I" c-i- Kl I i.j m-lfp,
lias.,.: m l'Ti'Si r,
I J I. -i s. ) u fml s,
to t .U ?u , k ir.
Wi h a full "pj-'t f f?h K-r BTi i,.J K nie t-c Ihtif,
MrJiiiiirs L'l . triu c.U.
I'iiinls, Oils, Varnishes.
: 500 "c,rikE "m
:5h'.ls. Liran-d O.I;
I 10 h'. a. varnislir-;
; Kit hi lts.ie;
j 10 ra-k Y'llew tVhr.;
6cbki Vfiil ua K.d,
I Wit b a lares Mock of PaiH. Var-ib. Cl-t ff a'l
' KiwJs, groutt.l in oil and tlrv for a'e at lore-t f."irt
t at OiVMNtl At .LOW..
Coal Oil and Lamps.
BEST ftP COIL Oil, IIb a l.rCn as orln.ei.l f
Coal H I Lamp., l'a.niv-r, MiJ, W ana ai.tl C.al
O.I Kixlurcs of all k i.J, al I ei I'Kurr., at
fl S-iTaiN ) M (UN'S.
Brushes! Brushes!
CJ1 AV41I f.r..h., S4M1 1....N. Scrub, Sl.o
1 Il-.ise, IUt,CUtb tlA IJilr I'.rU lie of J k u:, it ...
1 rst tlgarra, at H'.OWMNU A Sl.tlvN'S.
WINDOW GLASS.
( f mXK.S WIXIK)W (Jt.APS, t,f all siz. fo ui
9ßr 1 tooOxLll, si I. .. figures at
ai:uWMXtJ it L )AN" S.
ronmlrs, l'frfuiarry and Toilrt
Articles.
VLAItr.K ASIITVrNT-r.tZIN'S. 1. 1 m N
(i:'i.N'. sii.l Wrmhl 's IVrriiiiirrirs; U..r I -i;. Po
ll pff n..-, ('-.srtiefi.s an I lui.i Ar'i. ia
reat var.ty, iib a fiae as.r tii.r t .f l"iic Aitl. l.-,
I'.ii Mm! a Si O vN s
I 'M. TV iuks nivrmii nit, :.k-.
1 Kive f i-k' Sa! S...U:
T r i .-k. S .!a A.I,;
K.rsa et.- P.K. tW M :.J A SI.OAN.
Botanic Medicines.
I.1CI.FCriC KF.MKIIrS, TUT!! ALI. TlF-t COX
A ceuirso-l r pi-.Ki.i-. A fel ,vk. fr,, hti.
l-urr-, at
li liiH'MMi A S.t.AN S IiKLti JiTuIlK.
jXUJ"ttl3 SPICJS.
ClX!fAJJO!f, V.ce,
i.s-i-r,
I lov.a, A I' in-.
i Nuliiie, I( p-r.
j Fpicri, of all kiuJ, pi.rr k-r. im I a-.l u-crniinr! at
Bltl.WslMJ A SITUS'S
i f nUL'SKS, SliouiJ.r It'accK, o; j rter, aii'l Kla-.ic
large I h k of Su-Kic.l iikI rnl ,1 In -riimoii, at
1 LkOWM.Mi 4 SMMXH.
ert4.:w.r!i,tp
FURS, ETC.
L A P I E S 9 F U R S
f
rv S.vltl vvy I
AT
is a ii n i: it ; i: u - s
m
Hl.T store,
A'o K East Wasltinytjti Ftrrct.
The Stock cont-l.ti of
American Saltlc, Itnk, I'll.h.
SitiIrr'I, ICiTr II lnI,'onsy, rf
Iliilf'l'i4H VI'trinrH l'n
Retile, llortlini. lnflTst
mid 4'n(Is.
AfKN'H OrTr.R. P.EAVK.R AND NCTKI 1 CVPS, I
1 M. Collars anJ U or, Lu eoulras T.tle-y.
i: niitr.itcr.zt s i'i it s ro.ti.
Ao. lj Kat W'ashiujfun Strttt,
drcl5 dln.l-tr
DRY COOPS, ETC.
j Christinas and Acw Vcars'
! presi:nts.
A L.VR jK ASSOKTMfcNT OF
Toys, Dry Goods
-A-1ST ID rsJOTlOlSTS,
AT
2Ih Vit Wnolilnsrion Slrrt-t,
.Yrf il'tor to ocr ('rrrry.
T VMM. .SKM. T tl F It TH' NUT TWfNTT
du, '.j urr c nl. I.rr lb ao a: y h .u- :r. . h i t
; -
bcUc.-w j. v. IILII'.il.
NOTICE.
i V'iTiCF I hFIVlT f i V F N 7 1 1 T Tt! rvnip
' 0R,IiRr ii RfiRrRTflY
CI -Li r. at No. 11 South llli.-.o a .-reel. lid a ,.j. s',,
Itid.. 1.1 c r t't.us lh- l-O-irir. at the iine hscü i.i Li
osri i.anif. t-re L ..iil-l I.- unl t.. n..-. . i ,,.
:d trier d. u, mtv ,1.. re cl ,,h.i,r, ar.l b h.p-, I
.j ,,,, .i.i i:,rf, n m n a r.M.iina I c oi iu.
pstroii.. f ice j.stror.. of t- eld f.rm. '
J -ÜV L OuM.-T.r. I
H V- r -.l J '.nr er,'i-e ,t rk .f r eh; c to t-i aVre. j
1 fe i-i ie m xeii-on ' h:ii lue i.ut.'i -. ai-d
mf" I" our formrr j i'ioia will c.siii... t-. A (
a 'h- a'-i ' d ti J.
Ii r . 'K H w. t iHI.J, i
J-lllN ... hi'IiKM..'. I
eel I
REMOVAL.
12 i o ' i'Z i
G. G. HOLMAN,
I Produce Commission Merchant
. IIV.,1
' c!' f,c lil ' f"r -. '
"C,tt" """
decM d.t
PHOTOGRAPH STOCK.
J. J. .Hi: RR ITT,
Mtui ra
Photograph and Ambrotype
STOCK,
mtDTKr TaiSJ rvec-a.arT to tks .r. it
a lotion nsea rr..r.. t. -J. .:,n. . -,P al
Gold ri-ea Oik asd R .1 U " , ' " -"
I aid recall. Pbotra , ".
i n4 Surto,; :9 .V" ,1 L VifT Ti"
rsvlldlaa
NOTIONS, ETC.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS!
AT
BALDWIN &, CO.'S,
V kiles Ir a si at It eta 1 1
FANCY BAZAAR.
I" O ir L A 1 ) I E !
Elopant Work Ooxos,
Rich WritiriR Desks,
Fino Toilot Cases,
Splondid Portfolios".
Marblo Statuary,
Beautiful Drackots,
Rich Parian Wares,
Willow Easy Chairs,
Pocket Companions,
Elegant Sowing Stands,
Splendid Skates,
Rich Party Fans,
Choico Stcol Jowclrics,
Now Head Dresses,
Fino Laco Sots, etc., otc.
FOR GENTLEMEN.
Elegant Walking Canes,
Ccnuino Moorschaums,
Willow Smoking Chairs,
Mahogany Liquor Casos,
Fino Pockot Knivos,
Splondid Dressing Casos,
Pockot Cigar Casos,
Fino Traveling Dago,
Beautiful Cigar Stands,
Elegant Wino Sots,
Embroidered Slippers,
Dominoes and Chess Men,
Fino Fur Wrist Cloves,
KOItt CHILDKEX.
T. y Tea Set,
l ine IMW,
Prüm,
( f IUI,
H.-il. s-kiitej,
Ilol.l.y llrse.
Tool ( hets,
AlMim, Cirt,
IM1 (ii-,
Macie Lantern,
P.iticins: I.it y. In n Toj i,
(:iti.-s, Fuzlos,
Ivnive, .
M.-i hip.eal Tov.
Child', halm, etc., etc.
The Largest Stock in the State
AT TBK
-PnSTOsT BAZAAR,
No. (I l'.at Waohlngton lit.
J. II. llI.D'ir V t u,, lroprti.
d.sC rlltr.l tp
CROCERS.
Wholesale Grocers.
,;, J JQJJ & C()
I '
IH Kouth Mrrldinn Strrrt,'
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA,
WHCLMALE ICALCHs D?
GROCERIES & LIQUORS
Tt UKvr. jct Brcnrro as fnttrilv
II '.1 well atrtt iok of all ktcds f
-! aino c JEi rie s.
SulUtll to thUTrude,
Ahicl we w ;i sell oa at faryr.i.e term aa any tat
litin.ent la tl West, baruif trsra totittt at il reosot
drx:lr i prlcei.
IVa'rra are Innud ta call ani
KXAMIAE Ol li STOCK
lie fore Iurrliia)iBir.
i W'r iiutimntrr all .lrtlclr Sold to
I- I'iual to Kiiniilr.
Order rrompIlT Filled.
We kare m rxeiTa4
An Assortment of Goods
tUub'rs for ik
CliriNtmnK Holiclxi-w.
rtLIOTT, I A CO.
c. k. rtxiarT.i
J. h kTA. I
T. T. fct J
'lasts'-.
SIND TOCM aaAXCA.TO TBI HCkUXOOf.
FICE a '' wwrnasl a tUr-Ua at -to.

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