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HIW AJDTEHTU&tlKNnb Ivlor, QrhweM 4 Oo-AJaxadf Kid. 1. 1. hw oo I Drr Wood". I'lIos (Sob Ohrtatmaa rrtT. - ao. a. laU-. U. a a Ireed Botlo. K. Wh.aUr-Watar Brawr-(Waklr.) . IMm4 Oo loal Kutlc t. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. bfabtcbbs. Odumbat 100 A.M. Iwwio T,M " tt tUtora, Eaxt " a-irtabarg ul V. hlia-.. . " i-lioniix J 11 K!BduaXy..... Cot&Baut...... ilroi: boat ... t m r. m. I 10 . ISO 15 - to t 16 in " CoVimbM. SO A.. M. taor.K Tu lulrOO ,..S0 " 140 Lat Shan, F.srt 1.1 yitubunr un Whs!.. tit IS Hahonlt'.g 10 N fc.Ddiu.ky 00 Voutaut ill 1a troll Boat t0 Cittirns wMilne; eoaverano to either of tha Vot Trains or Buets, will be oallad for by Um CwofaM of 8tvm' Omnibus LIb. bv Waring thair fcldrMW at Um Oow'baa Oftioo, 141 kupariof mat, Bl oor t uh n mimu hobs. Tox't celebrated Farina Cracker and Hamburgh Choeo at Geo. Sprajno'i.OTlaU'i xohanr. T Th prkof th Mobbim Lum to Sawi ' is On Collar and Fifty Otntt par hundred, tad no deviation Bad anj eireiimstan Tit polagw em th LaaBitj to Haw HHalara, it ona-fot i-A of 4 on par copy W would prefer that partial remitting fttBtrnr stamp hould tend ut on and lira aajtt 4 aenomlnation. TRAVELERS' REGISTER. THE CITY. V- MtutitT Btiui Aimitid. About two weeii tiooa an individual wearing a -Captain' uniform, tofothar with u inordi fcat amount of pomposity and aolf import- ' ance, cam to thi city and rendezvoused at the Bennett Houae, giving hi tiUe u "Cap .taia Oao. F. Da Tec port, U. S. A." He waa extremely affable, genial aad courteous, end nt conn e paaacd for what he purported to be. lt true character, however, wee brought to Pn Tuesday Lett, ia the folbw.ngmtn Cabinev Saturday, the 7th lnat. he went to eugg u.r hems of Waawn, Ererttt Co., propriate W a cheek on the Shoe and fTor at Chaat cf Kew York City for $185, ne reoeired the oaah. The chock v . 5 to Kew York aa uual, aud on pr!J a diipatch waa received by Waaeon, oU 3 Co. that it waa a forgery, Capu D." harinjt cbUticd one of their blank check and fiSjed It out. The matter wa place! is the had f offioet' Whitney, and the "Captain" hawing .'eft thieity,the offi cer telegraphed Tmeeday rBin 40 ritu htrrjh, Cinolnnaii. Columbus, Chicago, and ether point along the route to tbeae citiee, asd alto took the train that eTeninJ o ' PitUburgh road in purauit of him, iu'P1 ina he had gone that route. In the mean time, it became known that the bold "Cap tain" had perpetrated another ewindle on 8. W. Crittenden A Co., Banker, of whom he had obtained $122 on a forged Bhoe and Leather Bank check, and that he had de- . franded N. . Crittenden, Jeweller, out of $40 In a " trade.1 A toon aa the dispatch .eentbyoSoer Whitney to PitUburgh waa Motived by detective officer Robert Hague of thai city, he Instituted a eearch, and very aoen telegraphed to oQioer Whitney that thai man wat in custody. He had tracked tic to a gambling houae in PitUburgh, whore 1 -fee had lost a large amount, and arrested tuta. He waa brought to this city and lodg ed In jail on Wedneeday evening. That fel low U a great aeosndrel, aad the activity displayed by both officer in bringia-g him V) Justice cannot be too highly eommt'mded. Auivat or Moti 8icr Boldiim reon LsaCisTiiie. 8iitj-a:x soldiers, from Iioiii vlll. were brought to Cincinnati on the 14. jor Aaderaon Friday -morning. The b,eb are t'ted chit fly with typhoid fever and rheum V ism. The list of those btloogbg to Ohio regU ent i appended : . M. Bivch, Co. A, 6 Ji. O. Emith.v'o.O.ld. T Thwe. A. WVito, Co. B, iiih. Eaaanel WiliaV, Co. B, 69th. jeaae Cordny, Co. E, dward Br.tdv, Co. F, .h. Kobut HolJvi, Co. C, 680i. Jimn McDerLott, Co. , 18 Jt. Fred. Subor, Co. A d. L. Tesgarden, Co. B., Si. A. . Lyts, Co. C, i'i, Jtoob Woor, Co. C, 3d. 3. H. Reynolds, Co. A. &Ktu. Lemuel Thrap, Co. H. Sfih. . H. Butler, Co. D, lu Chaa. Ruth, Co. , 2d. t. J. Eaiaon, Co. A, 21. iXeorv Haakill. Co. E. 66th. D. ?. Johnson, Co. , 6ib. Geo, Smith, Co. D, 1st. Wil.wi Arvin, Co. 1), 1st. - James Pavis, Co. B, 6-,h. E. T. Cburn, Co. A, 2d. Too. ulott, Co. E, 2d. , Thoe. Parson, Co. , 2d. Abaolem &aer, Co. D, 15th. Alfred Laymen, Co. E. 68th. J. J. Louisa, Co. , 69th. J. F. Son ear, Co. t, 6 Ji. Hiram Roes, Co. A, 69th. .A. McASee, Co. D, 2J. David Wilson, Co. A, 2d. John Hartony, Co. A, 16th, M, . Barr, Co. B, 1st. Hiram Sweet, Co. , 69 i. O. W. Thompson, Co. K, 2d. A. S. Clark, Co. B, 1st. Ti Kit Battet. Thi battery i atf fully equipped, and ready to march at acy moment. The drill yesterday waa wttneased! by a large number, and we heard nothing tut expression of delight at the masterly Banner in which men handled the guns. Ctpt. Wetmore't exertion have been re warded by a degree of discipline which mutt be meet gratifying to him, and which give MartBoe of the future utefulneat of the Bat tery. CpL W. expects to move at an early Rciawat; Mr. A. A. Andrew alighted Ivors hit carriage on Superior atreet Bewir- j day evening to transact tome buiint, which did not require but a minute or two bf hi attention, and did not hitch hi hoi te. He hd hardly turned hi back before t he hone started off on a run, making hit w ay rapidly up to Huntington atreet, where, piro bably getting tired of the sport, no etoppt d. So damsge wat done to the horae or ei ir tiage. On the route a robe and pair of glol .'ee Were loet, which the finder ia requested! to leaT at thit office. 2. HoLtaJta'e Ltc0M.To-morrowy e- ing, at the Melodeon, Dr. Holland del Ivtiri hit lecture "Working and Shirking"--lie- fore the lourg aXeu't Christum Awocitltitm, lie. H.' well known and thoroughly a)pi-e-eiated ability, in thi community, Minder -certain a full house. Tn Katooii adb.-. Do aot lose ightof the Haaquerede to be given by the Ms ttourka dub on Chrittmai Eye, at Chepin Hall. rerything it being done to render t he oaoa- . hoc what it should be. Yxs;4 Laxb Ur The nwnber if Tel ww Is harbor, laid tip, 1 about ti ftj-. t fo at Trial of City Marshal C. A. Minckley. CONTINUATION OF MR. ADAM'S ARGUMENT. In our Saturday afternoon' edition as abstract of the first portion of Mr. Adam' speech for the defenee waa given; the fol lowing 1 the remainder of the argument! Is thr anything remarkable la tbs fact that Mr. (alla?hrsliold liar slrtn orders to (h turnkc to aliow air. lMtier u take Lynch, his client, up Into tin Coart room, upon hia word to mum him if wsntrd. thsr blu no Cham afaiiwi uim. IbtT tell you that tber do not wish roe to b IIpts Lynoh only wkisrs be is eurrooonttcd: now who corroborsttis the story Uiat alincktf y oajn into Elder olfio and turn down tin watoh A ot only does tuts want corroboration, but HI du eoatas in and swrurt that it is untrue so far aarrlaiaa to hi bains; in lit odlo at tha time, ao4 uiat ne never saw i.ynrn ana Jobusoc in mere witn sua Jtley In lilt ate. Lynch (ets no corroboration of hl story unless ft be front Mr. UiTen.and tbs trutimony of Mr. tiiren 1 eoairadictod by Kr. Uix. (jiton had no couimunioatiou wlib Miucklvy, and had nothlug to A tbs fiat as to wbtetbar he aaw him at in corner or soum utatanos txtow ttie corner. Mr. Kddvhas lor twenty years been known here aa a merchant, and 1 a man BitainHt whom lander urter ruieml in tongue. It be had wen Jaiucaley leaning anaiuat Uia raihug, hie would oe inuupuuiLiie teeiimony lor me proscouiion: out wnea nr aayene, won atanaing by tn. Ban or Commerce, aaw kimokley, aud u moreorsr oor rohorated by several other w itueaeea, tbou be is not to believed. Green if "tide that he was not out of his shop that day; Uinckiey does not eay he waa. W here in iJiki tiie tr.Htluiouy of Utven disagree with Miuckley. Hinckley says lis took ltu watch from Ureen's pocket, aud so does Mix. There are two witnesses to one.1 It is claimed that (ire a oould not bars been out of tiie shop in eonaraueucsof the leatlmonv of Henry 3. Hill. Uill goes into the barber abop and then goes to dinner, and then come back and sits awhile, and then goes into the salooa ana stays niteea or twenty minutes or halt an nour, sua men anas tue aoor oi lue eaop eockea when h trie to get in to get shaved. W by didn't he get shsvrd before while spending his ume mere in tue lorenoonr laia 01 oooklug up testiatony; when he waa aosltuaied that be could see into the saloon, and rfee a customer when he came ia. wby couldn't he see Into the barber's shop and see the onisera oouie in and make the arrestr ssix, too, lestmes that he was directed by the bar tender, into whose salooa he went, how to cet into the barber lion. 1 ut it little singular that he didn't know of all this uproar, when a enii kuown officer came into his place to inquire for the way to the barber a shop, that he did aot suspect something. Mr. Vt illumsou wants to know whv Mlaoklev went alone and watched all night, and got wet through while watching, inrtead of seeding some one of twenty men whom he had to do his bid ding. 1 ne police force are the guardians of tiie city, and they hae their regniar beau, and they are paid to do duty to protect the city. The fence where the watch was buried is more than half a mile beyoud the city limits, and It is no plsce for the police lorce. h elther, was it good policy to make the arrest on the epot, for there were many chaucea that the suspected person would get away: moreover, the astute deteotive Dentin more time in tracing rogues to their den, and discovering the fountain bead of thieves, than In catching the individual thief. Had Mr. Minckley gone with a gang of men, would be have been to likely to have been able to effect a capture; Would not the men hare been suspicious at one' txraen, it is claimed, is respectable man here : keeps a loan oftt.e, but we are not shown that he has any money to loan ; and we are toM that he had not got ti 00 to loan on the watch, but filially consents to loan 4 00 for SO daya. It unopposed by Mr, Williamson that Lynch comes In here and knows nothing about the story that would be told by Green ; I have Just as good right to suppose that lie had got hold of a statement msde by Ureen publicly, like this for instance (Mr Adam read from a newspaper a statement pub iished by Green after his arrest.) may have reached the ears of Lynch, and he did learn from tt what Ureen's testimony would be. Mr. Muncie testing that a colored man came uptotiim, near the Weddell House, sometime after the arrest, and inquired of him when he was a poiieeman, and on which side of the river, and if be had seen him over there in two weeks 1 What was his object, unless i a trying to make on t a case to exculpate himself, he wanted to see if he had been recognised. Mr U liale corroberatea the testimony of Minck ley, so far as that two men were seen sitting ou a log. He saw them go away, and saw Minckley go aeroas to the log. Green swears be hara't been over the river In a year before nis arret- Matthews going over to the hay market on Monday or Wednesday, mar ket days, the day before the arrest, met Green over the river. Matthews can't say whether fter was another man with him or not. Jeremiah Laidy when going over tjt ie flats saw him with another man way over by Crable's ice house. Ha noticed him tiecaus he was in close conversation with a whit man. Mattnews met him oa the cnage ana aon t unowwuetner there was a while man there or not. Minckley sul Hale concur to far as they go, and on the same day Matthews and Laidy swear they saw the men on the same street coining np Into the eity. Green is tbus contradicted by four witnesses: bv Minckley. by Hale, by Matthews, and Laidy, all of whom are guilty of perjury or else Green is. As to the 2d day of August you have the tes timony of John bmlih tbe engineer, that be saw Minckley tor 10 rods ahead of the engine. He shook bis linger at him ant Minckley put his thumb out, era eautn looking tn tne uirecuoa indicated, saw Green, wnom he Knew at oi.ee. He thinks that Green has a scar somewhere about tiie tsoe,thiaks perhaps it is on one of his cheek", bat it is on his face somewhere. Mr. Green is brought In and exhibited and tbe scar is found upoa bis forehead instead of upon his cheek. I aabmit whether tbe wilneat is to be disposed of by so slight a discrepancy. Bicbard Moor says tbat he and a friend being over there on the day in question they saw M'nckley and the negro over tbere, and that bis cs-jipanion spoke to Minckley who couldn't stop for he waa in a hurry. Mr. Wlllism-ou de nounces this witness as be does sll the witnesses of the defence as guilty of all the nefarious crimes in the cal lender Mr. Lyneh. an admit ted scoundrel, is brought in beret Mr. Green a aV wnbroker h brought in here chargtd with a eriKie. Kichard Moore is brought in and in cross. .w. (nation it is brought out that he was once locked P on ehurge of picking pookets tor some fotkT osys before he eouio gel aiscnargeo. Any stran.'er in a crowd where pockets are being pioked is liv'ble to bo arrested on suspicion. 1 sobmit If Mr. Mnore is thus to be disposed olf Mr Eddy tevtifies that be was standing on tbe corner and saw Minckley on tbe Wd of August, aud he knows it from the fact that the bnilness which ca'led bin to that corner on tbe 22d was transacted on tbe following jay and at that time minuted upon bis bovks. In addition to 'idy', you have the testimony of Warren Clark thtt be saw Minckley coming np the bill on the Kd and walked up the street some little distance talking about a house he ..-..j n hnn if aaw him cross to the Wed. dell- aaw him go to the shop after meeting Mix and saw him come out with tiie arrested psrtiee. Lynch says that on the morning the watch was stoiea Johnson put it in the cellar and pn the next morning he took it out Mr. Myers swears that on the atternoon that the watch was stolen, fSu.ii I rnrh aava it was In the oellar, it was 'WAsght to him and he took a minute of it. L U .this point Mr. Adam closed hi argument uj V ,Cort adjournid until o'clock thi morning' he rum''nts of Xen- BekM Slad will' iProbably te conclude V-i7 tnd the ease glr toth'jnr- , ' M. Lift "'J BoHrr. 'The reporter' who doe the m lm"7 P" the Ii ew 1 ork Tribune, give following graphio des cription of Mr. Li5ls't bonnet, which we believe will prove t,b,Sint intereat to oor Udy reader to jualy i.' PiblicaUon.- The bonnet was on exhibi'lon for a week or more. He ay : " Viewed with the eye of wrote. it i im- ply a modish hat of shirred, white, cut vel- vet, having a crown composed of ton. llmea nf tulle, overlaid with blondin laea. Oa trich plumes of white and M agenjta crimson ao, mn t-.w :H .KJ ni.;. ti... f.t re consists ot BtriDgs wntcn were manuiacittswo in Karopa especially for the hat. They are of broad, white, lutestring ri bbon, upoa lVhlch appear at regular intervt 1 licht por- raits, en bustc, of the President each one 1 t irroanded by a nale of M&geil ta crimson rget-me-nota ; an American a! field real ab eve him, lurrounded by an 4 agle from wbtoee beak float a blue pendamt with the motto " Union Fo: ever." Thus, regarding the bonnet with the eye of imacination, it gleiUEsnpon ut as an exhibit of pvtriotic devtttieB, and an offering most touch. in g to the Vilely affection of its destined recip,ient, bene at. S whose aimpieacntn win eeDriaO.uea leaat three of tbe 'counterfeit preseati- ment) of our respected president." TanHT otst raia. The following eomntuiiicatisn appeared in the Capital City Fao t of Friday laat: J. H. TOippart. Corresponding 9eoretrv of the Ofeio Etate Board of Agriculturre, It re- porteoi to nave said that the State g air will be held in Cleveland for the two ensuing seasons, and that contract tortile use of land for that purpose have aim idy been made. Tbe above it clipped from cm t of the Cleveland paper, and ia certainlv new to me. In a conversation with ClevelA nd par ties tome time lince, 1 remarked the t if the citixent of Cleveland would secure roundt and tender the usual bond tq tl State Board, that then the fair would be W s likely to go to Cleveland as any where, e'.i; that all the State Fairs at Cleveland had hwan emi nently tuccesslul, tnd that t)e present member of the Board certainly would not object going to Cleveland. either things being equal. But I gave no trsauran ee that the Board gave Cleveland the pn tferenee, or that lb fair would positively b t held there. I am glad to learn, hovtever, thr it Cievoland- ert are moving ia the matter, aad if ether place present no ciisn the extterpriie of iievetana. wui eertaiajy do erowced wlta lucoett. Joaa fi. fcJ.irrJtT. MetJOSL The Buffalo xpreet under- tend that Bignor Brignoli reoeived a letter from Havana Friday, containing am offer of $3,000 per month, with a complimentary benefit each month, for an engagement of three m on thi in opera, The benefit are regarded at equivalent to (800 or $!,000 each. It It pretumable that ao magntfloent an offer as thi will tecare itt object, and that the Havaaant will rejoice thi season ia the luxury of Brignoli't Incomparable ting ing. Mr. Grau, the'tam paper it informed, hat a tTeated an engagement with the great pi aniat Qotttacbolk, now In Havana, to give a series of concert In the United State, visit ing the principal oitie. IuroaTiKT BatLBoao Esriaraitt. Tha President and Board of Directors of the Cleveland A Mahoning Kailroad met a num ber of the prominent bnslnesa men of YouBgstown at the Messrs. Wicks' Banking Houston Tuesday evening, to consider the project or constructing a branch railroad from Youngs town to the recently discovered ooal fields of Hubbard and Brook&eld a distance of ten or twelve mile. After an interchange of views, the Kailroad Company proposed to iron and equip the road, provi ded the necessary stock can be raised to grade and make the work ready for laying tbe track. We understand that the proposition will be aoceded to, and that arrangements will forthwith be made to turvey and locate tne road. The consummation of this enter prise will materially augment tbe business of Youngstown. ifaAoniny Etgiittr. Wobtit or Biooio. The propellot Omar Pasha, Capt. Atwood, atyi the Detroit Tri bune, it not one of the fattest boats, but we doubt if any craft can ahow a better reoord thia season. She made forty-three round trips between Detroit and Buffalo, thus cross ing Lake Erie, In storm and calm, eighty- six timet. Some mention hat been made ol the feat of tome craft running to Toledo, but the latter will have to knock under to the Omar. In fact, we think her season's busi ness has never been equalled. Tat Cats.su FionTiia. The Detroit Advertiser ttatet that a rumor, based upon what it considered reliable authority, it prevalent among tha Inhabitant of Windsor and Sandwich, that the military commis sion, now making a tour of the Province, will shortly arrive at those placet, and put them, at well aa Maiden, in a complete state of defence. It it also stated that the gov ernment steamers will proceed from Quebec and winter on the lakes, to be ready for emergencies Tat Orua. The opera fever is growing, and all are looking forwaid to Thursday and Friday night with great anxiety. On both occasion the Aoademy of Music will be fill ed to it utmost capacity; and those who have not been fortunate enough to lecure A already, had better do to without fur ther delay. Btaii'i. No better place can be found for procuring the latest periodicals, newspapers, and other matter belonging to a Newt Depot, than Starr's, No. 225 Superior street.' He hat also always on hand a first olast aaort tnent of stationery, pent, ink, etc. Find hit p'eca. f9 Eight Invalid aoldien, belonging to the 7 th Ohio Regiment, at present in tbe military hospital corner of Sixth and Lock streets, complain that they are in wanto clothing, and have not, as yet, received one cent of their pay. Where ia the Paymaster for the 7th Ohio? Cm. Com. Saturday. Lost. A Cameo pin, made of two tmtll settings, between M froepeot street and Erie street. The finder will be rewaided by leaving it at the above number. Lava Tir Gas Bctatas of an improved pattern from those recently put in the street lamps, for tale at 15 centa each, by W. P. Fooo. p9- 3. B. Hali't Arnica Oil, for Chil blains, Frost Bite, Burns, Bruises, Cuts, etc Price 26 oenU, at No. 17 Public Equare. Nov 8-B 11 CiAWroio't Bbtaii. Coaj. Yabd. Buy your ooal of him. Hi " CHIPPEWA" it the very beet for family use. Office and Yard foot of Seneca street bridge. P. O. drawer 171. BCSINKrSa NOT10K3. SrgaaaoTvrat. Stimpaon is, beyond all question, a superior artist, aad we advise thou wishing to get a fine likeness to call upon him. A visit to hi gallery, No. US Superior itreet, will richly repay both oiti- sen and atranger. R27:tf Celareel I.lchta. For Tableaux Red, White, and Blue. Put up In bozos ready for use by STRONG A ARMSTRONG. Nov. 80-364 lw. aW- Coal Oil Lamp Chimneys, that OA or b bbokui by TBI xbat, can be touad at W. P. Fogg't, corner Superior and Seneca ttreeta. Fbajmc Paxb. Livery and Boarding Stable, 9 Benoa atreet, A No. 1 Horse and Sarriaget at real 'mania figure. ep24R3.ly fST- For feaih HonuBopathia Medicinet ia Pellet, Poym or Liquid, of any strength, CU at Hail', 17 PaWie Square. augS-Rll Xibohio Bath. Dr.Qibson't new eho trle hatha tore general debility, rheuma tism, neuralgia, dae of the brain and insanity. These bath equalise the circu lation and remove almost rery difo&se in a manner truly attonUMng. ftp ptier bath la the world give tuck univertoJ eatiafa- tion to the aiok. Tha pleaaaateat bath room ia the eity for ladiet a female oper ator In attendance. Offioe No. 117 Ontario p. fl. f!. Gary's Cough Cure. darttO XT D. XENDALL & CO. M. M.9 m m . IT a. .1 DUM Opened to-dy, od Cft ,. nrl MLn rae Ctf pewiit 1 mrr SALES, FROM AU0TI0i sreol BATIbr t btvrntni. Alto, -vnothwr Blvoie d Cti J6, t l,00 91 yard. WOOL FANCIES la every variety ban made. ijaawa'ana tisas' t,eepns, l;nteral9eves and BomafS, alltMns aaa Am lata, ftoooa and Skating Oa), eoarrs and Ippete, Cnenisl Heart and lies, Aadiea' A Hiaaea' Mittens. w 1th aa assortment of L'diks' k Missis' Balmoral Hose. wilt OH,, aa Tnosiar. a sslendld as ortment of Km broideries and Fancr aools. FOR CKR1STISSAS&NEW YEAR'S. deelt H. f. KSDS.tL V. jgMBBOlDKBBD CCLUHS AND SETTS. VlBT CHIAP. declS TtTIrH, GMSVOID Q,l QHAWL8 U aoSTAoa, aVCBSAB, Ao, i om naat bibus otsbsoos, jnet noeivsa, ey sVclt BOWSE BjeBXK. COMMERCIAL. Board of Trade. rdesI. h. WIATaiBLT. Vlos Prett-M. B. Boo . I Trtasnnra. T. Lvoa. DIRECTORS. H. B, Ou t, 4. tlnin, R. I. Davis, B. B REFEREES. J.O. Bnsaar, 0. f . Laatet. at. B. sutt. REFEREES. CLEVELAND MARKET--Dec. 14. VLUUB-iale of U bbla dontl extra red at (s I'H: and M ebls red at ti.OH. WHEAT aits of t cars red at fie, on track. COK!-tnadr at K1Aa, without salas. OA r.t-Mark.t doll and nominal at 564170.- Lastralssa XJio. B AULE'I-talesof900bush at tSo, aad W0 bmh at Mo. B KAN S "ales of IM tnh at ft K. H 1U H XVI Ka-Sa'ea of 1 0 bb'a at Its. PUOVIKIONS-Ths narkst for all kinds It dnll and nominally un.hascad UtoS PUaK is tsldat f 10 JUS fll, cu, though there are no sa'ss from which tj stake a rellableauulatlun. WeanoUaoaar-cored BaHdatK.M V owt , and SHO0LDICBS at tt.OO. LlBD ti j at 7:,o, without sales. B0TIKB is aiiet, with sales of a ennll lot chot e W. B. at Mc. t'HElg UdrmatSia6cfur W. B. URKBEDHOU8-Verrfewln the market. Hale of a small lot at J V, and some st JJ,37. Tha markot mar te anoted at aboal I J Ssgl ta. NEW YORK MARKET—Dec. 14. [BY TELEGRAPH.] FliOIJH Markat ill.hu. .. onlv modarato demand for export and hum cob- Balea IS.StO OlMa as Bojlva.-, Sft tne rmi-A. ax ma 15 oovo for auaerdne weatern; a.6.'A4 a tor oom- "'u a wee wmj BO.VJMtSvo forahtB KU brann s.Xtr b'00' "tuo; M6tt,7J Ku I A M A II A rfJIIIR. Tn aooct pnvtona quotat'one hal mo bhu at 15 45 W..W for snpatnaa; 6,s 7,50 for eommen to cheiee H VI PIXIFR M.rk.l .ri.l .-A J . 3.50t,.W. " ' . .VSi? fair reqnest. Sales 130 bbls at S3 25t,.r Jor-v; for llrandywine. WHIMeVV-fn 6alrmjneat. balsa li60 bbls Bart laat evening at JuH21c, tha Utter price for favorite Dranae. WHEAT Market leas bnovart wfcll. kM. nnerally are notdiapo-ed to accept lower arices .lea t;,iO bub Chicaao aprln al tl tt,H; 1 ion buab curtbweatern club at M,.v)l,Jo, the latter Srlre for verv i hoice: s,ooo bnah pnoK red etate at .21,J7: stoo bnah MllwaukeS clut at tl la 1.W; Sl.ttw bush winter red western at II S7atl a!.',u' ,u,h ta,-T ichlgn at 1.4U61,: g,v bna hlte Canada at i,S7il,M), common to ve-y choice: NBU) buh white Onio at tl,4 I2,un bush white Michigan at tl,4ieal 60. at i k- maraot quiet at gz&SSe H IKLk a Market t! rn. i ariwk..L.tw a: .or Canada t; 7J8ic lor 'elate; t c for Canada. I tlltH-Market quiet and without decled chasse Sales are 41,fO0 buab .at 7i:40 for arlma mld welern afloat; 68c )u atore. PK!S-Wenoticeaaletof lOTObash toft Canada r- as at Sl)Sc. IIATS Slarkat atavrlv at uaiiu. a., t - 0 tn ida, western and aut. flltlR- Market ontet. hnt krlnuiM !.- unwitlid. Btlee 6i) bbla at llj.jiaau 7S fee old ad new meas; e,-fe9,00 for prime; U,J0 for city prime BatBIe-Flrmwlth moderate demand. Bale 100 bbla at S4.0tltiC4.AO for country Hinw avfHW, wi fnv ."i meM; H"Ur9u fcr reaaci edmeaa; U,7S 13.fl7.S fir exira mesa. ritii'is miLvt mkkw Market nrm. BKKK H Ami In fair demand. Balaa of prime intern at Sl5.(io. DKGHNICO HnCD-Mrkt fir ,r n.i . 47,44 t X. e. ATI Murr.t dnll and lava. B.U. at tia4c for ahonliern; 4st6c for hams. eviiuttftu 1HKAT9 -Market quiet and nomi. ally unuhanKd. BAtJIlM bidaa ara In aood HAtnanit H.lo. ta boxea at 7c for Cnmb-rland cut miadiai 7fcn inr short ribbed do; 7Hc for Ion clear do. at t tlarket more active, bales 1.SJ0 bbls chiefly for future (Wliveiy at fti$tHo, the lattar an extreme pri e. ni T-ran-aartst Brm at Htjltolbr Ohio, and liaric for state. CHJtltaai-Market steady at SX&to. CHICAGO MARKET—Dec. 14. [BY TELEGRAPH.] ri-OCH Market flrin, WliKAT-Markete lower. Ct4tRN Market ataartv. H.1m a 9aUn Cne mlv Id store. OAT! -Market quiet. K KCE1PTH-4 Suu bbla loo- 21.000 bnah wheat: 13,0 O boa .om. ttXCllANGK-OB New York, Mc premium. N. Y. STOCK MARKET—Dec. 14. [BY TELEGRAPH.] m OlfKY-Ea-y at s per rent. NTH It I, IN" HVCUtNUK-Ontatat tOSVi AIM for beet bankcra' bills. TH-!i.! Mark-t wlnnt much chanm but UM. CI. island a Toledo331; Utlwankee Fiairie u Chieit 3d Bieterrrd fiu: IJalena A Chxcjuro 71 a 2ie Panama 115; UU-heAa Soutbern siiaranUMl S; Utriem prefrrert Q-ulemlt; Hudson 371; lw. trie Mall?' Kew Tork f'enlril Ta b0: Kriailti: Mltro'a Ceiiiral aerin f K: Micbic-tn tntrmi 4H)k: New Jersey lt booaa n3: Tenuesaee As 406 ktissou I IW 41; United htat s fia '81 reaitter-d 9: .Unlled States 6s '8 eonpons K. M rPlvESKNT FOR CtiRriTMTS. The best Oiftfor tuls year, will beonaof II. Craig's Cheap Microscopes. Thav in nt.w m tin clr tared ot flnl htvl b-. and Bboald btoB t ofvtrr fmn( and tb ml- oom oi iv ea-ioB m a- i-miir to an rtiiDtr ulna . It V(..itle S iiitreio-i. or t0u tup-rlicdeu It I. u6'u't Dstact'eaDd tmaiirg. By U yoa tve iiiTr d or Urina 6v"mfiiB ia tb imaUatt particle of auir. tic. h nf Uioacopi. ramp t , odiv 92.0 . rbrr can Mnrnt . r Oul'a Ohtua Mo . t tlii aa at toe Afaoofacturar't. T'om Ibrwa-d-la an order to m raa buT a aicroacoa sant par peat, bf tac.o.i0i 5i,lu. w 4j k a 1 0, DPS IU-VO' lf4J 't Q0 ''37W I itT-.Tn j Dlrectlona tor Belf-Ueasnrement Bent Free verywhers. TAGS 4 CO., lulvt T' superior hv vieveiajia. v. Colby's Patent Clothes Wringer tajusr wnax w noA laeerr imur. as ii ht tar-fltiB of tl. brd work, bealin aafiaf lor ItMlf n the wr and tear ol cllhnj Tery faax. 0:- 0"r lu uO hTj haB aolti tbU avaiOB, and all u.ro the ntmewt aaTtsfftctlon- aU-cblnua or town an i uouutr k (gutu Tor saia vj nOWPM VOLVY A CO.. Or WaterbaTy, vt j. Jewell, Otr,m, Agent Tor vmo. ae o 36a KhEP YOUK FCKT DKT. LartAr's Water Pmivi OoKPtefliTiON In tnon'T article lhat will mak Leatner perfectly wtr root and keen it noft and plialile. Itbabeen aot to toe aeTvrn tnc by memtrt ot tha IT ire Lerartinent.and aamit LARTER'S WATERPROOF txl by ail to b tb beat In tuq. Jobbera and Dealers (encrally would do well to oall and ax amluetL T. LABTTB, 102 buperlor L. j COMPOSITION, ootid CkvelaiuL o1 LIVEK P. HAN KS, froVaalonal tnano-Forte imner, .'fffirni AUordera lt& at tha X-aia 8 tore ol S. Urftlnftrd t Oo.!oJ3 Superior at,, will be promptly atWaeavei aW. stVei&Iia U., WDI. LWIS.TM HAIK DIlEisSJNG AND SHAV IfcG lMBTlTUTlOa. MTU. B. AMBCHB. at nis rooms, nnaer toe amenoau, is yreyaieu m bo aommodate ail customer with arometattanuoa from able ararkmen. A aevarate rnon tor ladies. novst WPOKTANT TO HOUSEKEEF 1 BBS. Varalsk yony ovn furnltore. Oallatthe Foreet I try vaxuisb offlo, ao, it superior et., and . nA, iittla Vamtah Oe. Bllad arlf h the best of Oopal Varnish, (which cub has a nrueli wlib it,) and thus do your own varntsbtnt tn a style equal to tn best of aalnaw. Price from four to twelve ahlllfnc Bemembor a Benny saveu 24" ,y irS".-, tnartluiS ; W. f ALMgR. Asenf aJMIXH & aiA.TiilVtt 11AVA JiB 1 . . rV . . moved to No. H9 West Blvir street, where they continue to manufacture STSAm buimm, uil, Xafi AS ana ej l ulo, oiau oncnputBinwpM w Stollex Iron. Bvilers. TUle and Tanka reaaired. H. B. Alia or lu thaur ILfa sromytly attended piiEVELANl) "WUlialj CO. Are now manufactories' au4 have en hand, A T"BT DBBIBABLB INDIGO BLU5 fA3N, Rul table for EnlttinI Soldiers Mittena. ar.Hn ail other dcacrlptlons of 8T00KINO T A a a , I . TW BA.HBER SHOP. J. H. U t.VDlBSOf 4 Oj., haveopesed a Barber- Bstaulisbmeo. under renbaud 4 Knirlebart s Hat - tore, ruse.lov stre-t, opposl' weaaeu iiouaa. where ih.y intend to shave for a ill pen" and cut hatr for aabillla. 1 hey hope to meet all tl-eir old friend, and aa m -ar new onua as may be pleased to taror them with their eatmuage WL51H11 gafatfofl. aj (raoM tobz,) HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, Ho. 17 gnawlor Bt.JJlTlaad, O. atrpalnnn KTacrjtea manna pracriw. yiiainai oilrinVmtOralolo. WmOoa) Itbatfas aoi tra aana i fainlaU to Ur r. oJavajl? TELEGRAPHIC. FOREIGN NEWS! England Threatens War! THE BRITISH ULTIMATUM Mason and Slidell Demanded. ENGLISH AND FRENCH ALLIANCE! More Troops Sent to Canada! AN ADVANCE IN KENTUCKY A BATTLE IS IMMINENT! Important from Missouri! The Rebels Capture Lexington. THE ACTIVITY OF GENERAL POPE! Capture of Rebel Parties! St. Louis Post Master Arrested for More Prizes by the Sumter! BOUNDARIES OF KANAWHA! Resolution for Emancipation! SKIRMISH IN KENTUCKY Attack Expected at Paris! Senator Polk to be Expelled! CALIFORNIA DISPATCHES! A Great Flood at Sacramento! Saturday Night's Report. FROM WASHINGTON. WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. It la probable that Senator Polk of Missouri will be expelled from the Senate. Tbe evi dence of bit complicity witb tbe rebels is reported to be conclusive, atd the Senate ia determined to purge itself of all traltorons members. FROM NEW YORK. NEW YORK, Dec. 14. Captain Brigga of the brie Joseph Park, report that he was OTerhaaled by the pi rate Samter, which bad tbe American flag njing, in latitude e north, longitude 42, when he wat ordered to heave to and an officer came on board, taying the brig waa a prize o the Sumter, at the tame time the pirate runup hit lag and ;hauled down tbe .Ameri can flag. The trig waa thoroughly over hauled and ererything raluable robbed from bei and us, we only being allowed our clothes, and 165 (orereigna were taken from Captain atigza, who. with hit crew waa put aboard the pirate and tbe Teasel burnt. The Sum ter tailed northward, not losing ream and reporting herself to Tariooa foreign TeswLi as an 0. S. eraft, October 27th the schooner 0. Trowbridge was captured. FROM BOSTON. BOSTON, Dec. 14. It ia rumored tbat the 1st Massachasetts Cavalry which tt to leave her nest wtek detuned for Kansas. Sunday Night's Dispatches. FOREIGN NEWS. HALIFAX, Dec. 15. The Earopa from Liverpool SO'.b, Tia Qaeenstown 2d, being detained twelve hours at Queenstown, arrived here to day. Latest via Qaeenstown Speculations on tne San Jacinto affair are rife, but it is gen- eraliy believed tbat there is less cause for fear of a rupture between the Uovdrctnerita Cotton opened firmer. It it reported that tbe Cnbinet are modify ing their instructions to Lord Ltona, which accounts for the Europa't detention at Queenstown. A privy council was held at W indsor Sat urday. The Observer, a Ministerial Journal, states that a special messenger by the Europa car ries a demand f.-om the British Government to Lord Lyons, insisting an on apology and restoration to the Briti h Aug ot Maiuu nnd SlidelL The same paper says that large reinforce ments will be sent immediately to Canada. A large ship is loadmg with guns and am munition for tber. Tbe Observer sayt there is no reason why tbe Cammicsiouera ehjn'.d aot be restored to the ship of British Admi ral in the face ot ten or twelve British men-of- war on the Potomac. Nearly all the pa pen treat the question in the soma spirit. Agitation increases. Ociikstowh, Dec. 2.--TbeTimrs' City ar ticle of November the 30th, tart the tail of Contois 2 per cent, and 4 to 5 in chares, wh le the question of actual war is undecided, is not justified by the nature of the case, and makes a comparison ot the state of affairs at the commencement of the Russian wax and sajs the position of the Federal Government is almost identical in every commercial point ith that occupied by kukis towards us. Russia had a hostile tariff, while we looked to her for a large portion of our breadstuff's, but in the present cose the commencement of hostilities would, by breaking tbe blockade of the Southern porta, set fre our industry from anxiety of a cotton famine, and will open trade with eight million! of people in tbe Confederate States, who desire nothing bet ter than to be our customers. Th article concludes by laying the contrast is all in English favor. Tbernvy council held by theUueen was to issue au order prohibiting export from tbe United kingdom or carrying coastwise of of 'gunpowder, salt petre, nitrate of soda and bumstor. The London Timet naatre.ands tuat des patches to Lyons, though couched in the firmest language, pretnmt tbat tbe Federal Government will not refute to make honora ble reparation for an Illegal act. The Timet hat but a until hope of tucb disavowal, and tayt it become ns to prepare for an unfortunate issue In Canada, in case of a war with the Northern State. It ad verts to Sewarda recent Instructions to ibe people near the Canadian frontiers, and tbe only inference waa, he wat about to force a quarrel with England. The Timet advises uanaaa to prepare at once, by discipliuiujr her militia and drilling a volunteer army. Canada should not rtly too much on us or too little upon herself. Admiral Milnert fleet on tbe Sana Amer baa ('fttioK amount! to 88T guns. Tbe Morning S!?T dvclaret that the Initxuction to Lord Lyont demanded the restoration of the rebel Commissioners, or take bit departure fram Washinirton. waa premature and to eraceerattd at to be vertually entree. Tbe Liverpool courier extra, tayt tn&t a privatt telegram had been received there that th Warrior proceed a forthwith to An napolis with the Britten Cabinet'! ultima tum, for the delivery of the prisoner and full reparation. ' Th Pott tavi U hat been decided by law offieeri of th erown that the aot ion of Capt W ilk was anJoatiBabl and a flagrant violation of the code or station, aaa a di rect intuit to tilt oonntxy and lit Govern ment, and demands prompt reparation. Tft can hardly mppote, reoklest a Ameri cas policy MBMtiM It, that tht f)orrn State art tcaroely dUpod to aooept war , I with England, and tayt, in on month w cauia tweep all ibe Baa Jaotntot from th teas, blooktd all Northern ports, and turn to a tpeedy Issue the war now ragln g. Thi ia an uuTiuua uu w tnougnt it almoat im rossioie to uppose the Cabinet at Wash ington ean commit an act o madly tuioi aai a in rejeoi oar positive demands The uewa ts, there xiat an under cur rent of apptanention mat the American Uovernmeut madly contemplate the deaper at policy of seeking to fatten a quarrel on tugiana in oraer 10 gam ground for a ban douicg ihe design of lubjugauug herself. Tn Timet of th 30th ult . make ih important announoemeul that th Cabinet came to tn eonelualon that th act of capt. WUlcea ii a clnar violation of the lawofna tiont, tnd one for which reparation must at one be demanded. Hbonld thia fuat de mand not be complied with, wo can Dot doubt Lord Lyon will be withdrawn Irom wasnington. I at Time also any it waa the deliberate Durooaeof tbe Amariean ernment toaeizethe Corumisaionera, and it It uuderttood Uaaeral Soott, sine hia arri. val in Pant, declared that their aeizure had been the auhjnct o' Cabinet discussion at Yi nobinylon before ho left. Tbe Snipping Onzette believes tbat if the demand is not complied with a declaration of war by iaglaud wat inevitable. There is no confirmation of the report that lo.uuu troops win be sent to t'aoaia. The French Journals universally look at tne ireni anatr wun Acgtish eyes. l tie news treated Immense sensation at Paris, aud tbe first general impression wa that ample reparation must b made te prevent a co'.l aion. Communications took place between the Governments of England and France, and a good understanding on tbe subject is believed to exist. 'the Paris rattle asserts thev bad no riu-bt to take 'be Commissioners wail9 on board a British mail steamer, and (rives a reoorl that Admiral Milner forthwith detailed three war vessels, to escort the mail steam ers between St. Thomas and Havana, for the protection ot Southerners traveling. ihe rays and Constitutional also censure the action ol the San Jacinto. Liverpool Breads tutfs are buoyant and slightly advanced. Wheat active and excited, and advanced 24d per cental. Corn has advanced l2s per quarter. There has been a total suspension of busi ness in American securities since the Trent aflair. Latest BreadstufFs closed flat, with a sligbt decline, being influenced by the hopes a peaceful solution of the Trent affair. Consols closed at 92f92. American securities closed with a firmer feeling, and has an improved tendency. LATER FOREIGN. CAPE RACE, Dec. 15. The City of Washington, Liverpool 4ih. Queenatown 6tb, patted here thii morning. The seizure of Maeon and Siidell monop olized tbe column of the ret continue to denounce the act in the strongest terms. Aotive naval preparations ar going on at tbo Government dock yard. in asserted tneAustralaiion 1 chartered carry troop to Canada. it ia stated tn Jamea Adear captured a privateer sff Fayal. ihe limes continues to state that it has been Seward's policy to tore a quarrel with England. A serious decline wat daily taking placo in Cana.lian securities, and have already fallen 12 percent. Tbe Times also says that three thlnga will follow an outbreak : destruction of the Southern blockade, complete blockade of Northern ports and recognition of tbe South- ! ern Confederacy by France and England. An attlole in the fan Patrie attracts attention. It argues that France will side with England, and reoognize the Southern Confederacy. A statement is made that Napoleon ten dered his services as mediator. Breadstuff hav an upward tendency. Flour firmer: wheat and corn etill ad vancing. FROM MISSOURI. SYRACUSE, Mo., Dec. 13. Scouts bring in newt of a proposed meeting of rebel recruiting officers, and the informa tion of a rebel camp in the timber. Tbe Federal troops in this District are kept actively employed. Squadrons or corn panic or battalion of oavalry, and section o' light artillery, il required, are ordered out by Gen. Pope with a silence nnd mystery which is always productive of good results. The commanding officer alone know where Ihe blow is strack, and rebel spies in camp are thus thrown off the track, and tht expe ditions to sent out are almost Invariably sac ce8sful. Scarcely a day passes wl'bout bringing news of a skirmish and capture of (quads of Price's recruite. Tbe expedition sent north a few days stccn under Maj. Marshall, routed a band of rebeb nnder Joe Shelby, and captured f ur capuins, two adjutants, one Lieutenant and 4U men, with arms, horses, wagons, a mortar, and other articles. The capture of leading B3ces3ion recrnitiniT officers and breaking up of their embryo camp is doing much to restore peaco and quiet. Those who are disposed to lay down their arms and return to allegiance are suf fered to do to. Price's army is on its last legs. His men are leaving ia large numbers, and if tbe pre sent vigorous policy against those in arms, or who rcmbh aid and comfort to the umv ia pursued a better state of things is tnre U follow. Gen. Pope, who is now in command of the district embraced within the lines of Mis aocri aud Osage rivers, bos established schools of instruction for commissioned officers at each cantonment, post and station within this district; and tbe most rigid rules are ob servedfor acquisition of military knowl edge. The school for instruction of company offi cers is presided over by Colonels of regiment?, and tbe school for regimental field officers by brigade commanders, to whom two recita tions in tactics and regulations are made. No officer is permitted to be absent from those recitation , unless on guard, detached service, or lick in hospital, and in such cases recitations are required as soon thereafter as practicable. Regimental and Brigade officers are held responsible for the strict observance of these order! and names ot officers who are careless or inattentive, or fail to acquire the lessons set for them, are to be reported to headquar ters, and such officers will be examined by a board appointed for tbe examination of volunteer officer. Division Commanders will be present at least one a day at tome ot the recitations of schools within their di vision, and will gi'e inch ttrict and con stant supervision as will assure them that the requirements of this order are fulfilled. Tbe General commanding the District will once in two weeks, visit every cantonment, post, or station within hi command, and will assure himself either uy personal examina tion, or through tome officer designated for that purpose, that the officers of this com mand are making that progress in acquiring knowledge necessary to enaole them properly to discharge their duties which ought to be expected, and be hereby notifies all officers within this district that no considerations ot rank nor personal reeling will deter him from the promptest and most stringent measures azainst any officer who does not devote him self ttiiduously and earnestly to an acquit tioa of tbat knowledge which alone can fit him to hold a commission. A cantonment ht been established on Lamine river, aud Mcjor Carse, of the 6th Iowa regiment, ap pointed Provost Marshal thereof. All Colonels of regiments are to be held responsible for tbslr regimental transporta tion, and are required to keep it in effective order and ready for the march at any mo ment Any failure in this regard when called out for the march, or for. review and inspection, will be considered and treated as s-rost nejlect of amy. Tbe ule of liquor It positively prohibited in every camp pest or station in th district : and all liquor now at such points Is ordered to be sent to torn distant place, at th rise and exnense of the owner. From a copy of, th army rulea. published la th rebel camp at Otceola, and edited by -Tucker, formerly of the State Journal, which was euppresaed in Bt, Louis, and who is now ocitr thirty thousand dollars bond lor tri.d at St. Lonis fortrearon, w learn that General Price hat iaiued an or der from the headquarters of the Mitnonri 8tate Guard, la which he Mates tbat the Con federal Government propowa, in accordance with the ternu of lrtty between Cabeli Co aud tbe rebel government, to receive into Its service as mstiy troop from Missouri at may volunteer for t.v month. Thee are to be enlisted as btate troop, and be un der ooinmaud of Major General Price. Mut ter rolls -e to be tent to tha Secretary if ar or me towederi'e Government, tnd the President will comniueioa officer, and pro id for and pay tbe troops; but until th 'root. are transferred they will be paid by tbe State, the Confederate Sutes guaranteeing however, that thev will ha naiit a knnM. ,.i $30 it offered to every non-commijaionl of ficer and private who will eulitt, and ten ents a mtle f r hu traveling ex,niM fmm the place of bis enlistment to rendezvous. SEDALIA, Mo. Dec. 14. Parties from the West arrived here re port that 2,000 rebel troop, nnder Qaa titein, pasted a point fifteen mi'.rs west of warrentburg, on the 11th, evidently for the purpose of ebcorticg 600 or 00 rbl recruit, with their bsji.iae. provisions. etc., from Lexington to Prion' army. The notorious Capt. Sweeney, and his band of forty marauding retele, otpiureJ a few dava since by a Uetachmeat of our cavalry, have been brought here. ST. LOUIS, Dec. 15. John Hjgan, lata Postmaster in tblt citv. was arrested yesterday, charged with em bezxling several thousand dollars from the Department during his term of offioe. He wa taken before lb C. 8. Commiisioner. and held tu bil in ihe turn of $10,000. uen. uaiiecx s order relative to assess ment of secessionists for the benefit of ref ugees from the southwest, has not yet been carried into effect, but probably will be thii weea. Tbe last installment of camp Jack ton pnroners wat tent lo Cairo last evening, to bt forwarded to Columbus. Tne Democrat learns from a (-entleman jutt from Lexington, that Gent. Bains and Stein, with 6,000 rebels, wer in possession ot that town on Friday last, and another large b ly of trcora was expected to reach there yesterday. Gen. Preulic, it is said, waa on the north side of the river with about 3 00 J Federal troops, and had thrown a few shells Into ths rebel camp, and destroyed one of two ferry. oais in ineir nana. This informant says be heard heavv firinir after leaving Lex nguon ou Friday, indicating thnt an engagement was progressing between our torcei and the rebels. Gen. Daws' Brieade of Federal trooM left Oitrviile on Friday for Lexington. inese siaieuenu need conuimation. A rebel Captain named Seenev. and six other secession prisoners reached here last night. h ADVANCE IN KENTUCKY. CINCINNATI, Dec. 15. The Commercial's r rant fort dispatch says the Southern Bank of Kentucky, at Hjpkinsville, having ordered the Louisville branch to pass large turn to the credit of the mother bank ia Liverpool, to be used, as suspected, for tbe rebellion, ihe Legit- AttiuiQ auLuuiiaru me onaacues 13 aoi inae- pendently of the mvher bank until Stat i authority is re established. The Postmaster at Somerset write that on the 13. h both armies are on the defensive, and fortifying. A gentleman in the confident of Gen. Schoepf, write the same date that ZiUieof fer is fortifying at Fishing Creek, five miles west of Somerset. Dr. John Jackson, without provocation, thnt and severely wounded a Minnesota soldier who went to his bouse near Spring field, to bny hay Jackson was arrested and taken to Lebanon. He will probably be tried by military law. He was the Douglas elector of Asblsnd district, and brother to hist who shot Ellsworth. Vague rumors are afloat of a fight at Mumfardsville, between MoCook'a division and the enemy, but net credited. The Enquirer's Louisville comepondent, under due of the 14 h, says Gen. Johnson, with 16,000 Federal troops, u on thenorih ern bank of Ureen river, and Kossean seven miles distant, preparing; to jnuhim; an other brigade, under MoUcok, is also mov ing to concentrate at Alumtordsville Buckner, with 25.000 men, was covering all tbe hills for two miles tack from Green river, nnd was pre pa, iuj to prevent our troops from crossing the river. General Thotnus Division, left wing, it bearing down trim the east to got in Butk ner's rear. Uitcheil's Division on tbe rirfht wiog moves th'S morning towards Green Eiver. The rebels are actively on the move find an engagement is imminent. General Bul is in constant telegraphic communicatiun with our advancing columns and a employing; all rnliinr; stock on the Lcu jvilie and 'ajuTille Railroad iu lor wardi"g troops and supotiM. All the briiio are repaired and the traiiis are ruuninp t jrorjgh to Munfjidiviilo. (Six new Ohio Rejimen's will pass through Cincinnati this wet-k for Ken'ucky. To th-ma H I tlB -wnuel -arc, f th h FROM CALIFORNIA. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 11. The st' ftm t Goidrn Aga s!ed fr Pan ama to-day, carrying 400 soldiers ana S360, 0C0 in treasure. Among the pssssngeil is Gen. SLiek's, who accepts a Brig;:uicr Genera'ship. The frshet from the recent rains n 'ended throughout tbe vnlley and other portions ol the btite doicg immeniie d-im-gs to farms, carrying o3 bridjjts, fences, &j. Parts ol Stockton and Uarsrillewere overflowed at well as Sacramento. Ibe entire number ol lives lost is not known. A numbtr of brick buildings have fallen at Mnnsville. The less of p'operty at iSacramento is es timated at $500,000 Communication witb many district is cut off and business suspended. The weather for the oast two days has been apparently settled, and tbe waters have rece ded. Tbe funeral of Gen. Baker 1 enirressing the general attention at San Francisco to day. Tbe volunteer force, and the State militia and civic organisations, with citizen! general lv, make up tbe lnrjest procession ever witnessed here. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13 About $20,000 have been subscrib d in thia city for tbe relief ef sufferers by the Sacramento flood. Tha water has been from ta o to twelve feet deep in nearly every bouse in tbat city. One-third of the city is still overflowed. Tbe water is slowly receding. FROM WHEELING. WHEELING, Dec. 15. The Convention has disposed of tbe boun dary question. They include uncondition ally iu addition to th thirty-nine coao ies Included by ordinance of the August Con vention the oouotie of Pocahontas, Green briar, Monroe. Mareier, and McDowell They a'to take tn Hampshire, Morgan, Berkley, Jefferson, Pendleton and Frederick, on con dition that majority of votes east at the district, and a majority of the ounlie com prising It expres themselves in favor ol coming io at th elections to be held on the day appointed by the L-gislature. Thii at tempt to extend the boundary is regarded by some at an endeavor to embtrraM tbe progresa of tbe new Stat movement. Tee Convention Waayenerday disscussing a section relating to treason against th 8tate. Tan Winkle, ot Wood, raised the bsue that tbere could be bo uch thing as treason ecainst a Stat. Oue clause make it treason to 'Pk. "i Priat Polish, or circular anything to uphold invasion or in urrection durint the eoaiiouance of the lama. Thi clause will probably b expung ed. Mr. Battelle, of Ohio county, Introduced a proposition prohibiting the imporution of tlavet; making tt the duty ot the Legisla tore to regula'- in a human manner the family relations of slaves, aad providing or that after a certain dat involnatary erri tnd, except for crime, witbin th aaw fitate ball cease. Befeired to Committee. The discussion on this will probably be gin sometime next week. . FROM KENTUCKY. LOUISVILLE, Dec. 14. Capt. LeVs expedition returned here from Jacksonville, bringing two prisoner. No further detail obtained. - Last Thursday Company I, Ohio 16th ref. itnent, was attacked by 150 secession cavalry demounted The tecewionis-s fired on vol- , in federal replied wit two volleys, wounding several whom th cavalry carried off and reared, the Frdera t were unhurt. PARIS, KY, Dec. 14. Two of tht) most prominent citizen in th county, named Abe Spear and Dsn Haiber, were killed about A o'clock to-day. Helber shot a soldier through tbe bead, killing bim, wben one of tbe soidier't comrade ia return killed th em both. . - The fracas originated by man named Rodders, who wa at'empurg to get ont of town with contraband goods tnd letters for the Soathera l'ant.lir Ri . captured, and it now in jail. Th letter (nn.U. V. . ... 1 . .1 I , Ntia wAajuuajai vi ue auinon An attack oa the town by the rebels was expected, and reinforcement hav ben sent. Several LamtrMl anM;M will .1.1 ?rjy thin, ia quiet up to Ibis hour, t o'clock C MOVtL-fO KVSU4 BUnoi. Int-o- tAlS cr BLIa'PISa m- ona u wiiaoas COITIiiO. LIR II END ALL. Of J R-til ttreot. t ml-, caa b mivltd trim Uondar ti 1 Batord- ,' -r;a; at IU baa. leoirai(o.t,ar"adLa. . Tba blowing Taatanmil-, al4 frn thoi aanda, rcajr it B.iB-ca'rr to UiacBas the aatoi mrlta of auxfaa operandi , V Dr. B. Strickland, OanloaJ, &. u, iasU It aSonli sb Vanr to eortltr toat Dr S-dail ttUfT ramoyad lmi Mr f 1 1 . o oorma of lou atandin la a a ieot.a and aarlafory mainar Tua oparattB df r-roov 1 Ba e -a att a1 with jo ar. otis paia, a1 aa Baeoa6rtiia aaraevna follows. DU, B. 8TSICKIA5B. Prtm BU Cratt laa Lor rYiauai a InUmd. moat sauaf-ctorilx. J. u. AitJlAiaH. From Mit tmllemcr Bit Prva-tm lfijt'l ilialia V MIMUaria OfWra a. . I bin nrj (TMt aatl fa Hon in aut o tint Mr. nDd 11 FXtrvtal two anrr d.B rnr'. f-na. m Mt. w!' h r aanr jhuts giv-a ax t-rt aa a ; and at ha baa ahoaaalo mtnia cm, that aklli and koowtadn brh hava anenrrd hli mn .... Lsarvd a njatatii taw - . .. JStidili. Frvm tiu Matt JTotis Bit Qrrtct fas Diafas MorQmm Mr. B-aifalt haivarv 1HfnltT mural amal vtx truubicsoma corm. f oa .t few. Tht Pm Joackim Btywm. H. Jfary's OTarol. Bufhl. H a ataaanra in rwmnaiaMiM.il mi ra. twiulaw hi. It lo reiuorins ooraa. , 4 uij a, LO)l. From L Mt'mamot, jr. D., Obotloxd. TH- ft. B.lall v. . . .-n-.a . 1 7 axacrt aad aaxauas mtno- r a. awiiii.a,a.u. From W. ttmden, 3t. D . Oom. OoL P.tS.Z. Caxxfa hare plsanreln taai'Omv to th skill of Mr. RtU'latl tn atractlua comm. hmh.vino rrmnoaA ana from oua of m; tota ia a aUnlses a ti "kit . til manner-. ay. MAdisJi. falacs rj'Armaa, lOtb S-iL, 1.6L , From Jam- A. BtwtB, tt. V., Qaaftse. I have Terr mn helea ara nsear IfrtnirttMt Mr. Kiaaall baa J aat X ractarf tvj roroa frcm By f- ; h oprrtioa waa aerlevlir B T t-aa ao - akii. foliy varfonuad. Jtilii A. bl L Dogt. U, Ll. , , . From W. W. Mcol, it. D TamUj. " T hava & tba foraulns crttUg -rwi, and daf m IB:i nt tfS'imtBt t0tNa 1" f thaoaaraujr. ToroBlo, Oct. S , IM. W . .VI". at. tl. Tha B'urbt BTmtd B1sov rt Oxf-rd had sorp- exir.cui h r. K-a'ta i anthe-t asvaain; te B ol t & v.read t- a bilbos of Wjaoheatw. fha aht B-v.ren ih Bthop'-f Ma h urn-, tno ftifhz Havaaad lk-BiaioBf aatlfaa. ttv ttlht Brr r eatl tba t'tnos ot J 1oi-o , tli.. Ei-t:t E-TraB 1 tha B!b-o -f tit. aaasha, tha ,i 5 U.,6 Portma Lord trnifi lat Spaa' lav n am O Ti a -n arit- Soaajrv: lb. HUM Ho-i. 'wi'i th fl jli a of I OBi- monil tba Moat H n. Ih Ma nat '"audi t Hnxk Slr-.t, Uoad-a, lb- Blrht g B Lin Tal'cot MhUq, -r. tha R aht U.,n. Earl of Airll. Ntr Ifrat ot-t AabUv. St c-taatoa Siua-, LocHoo, Sfr "a lnj, Mart , "tr Uaorc- H yur, B rt., ft tilouces fr P ar. IOndB. i' B.bi.rt lrXmud', 6&St J.ai-a'a P aoa. I-b Mr B-nr. Wi. mot. 37 at. J mii t-r, l.tMl.)-, sir aWajuDiu Hmdie. i. !., Mr Philip i'rmt toi, M O , Chaa. Hbliils I r-ke. M. D , D h i, A, in,rl r OeorK .Vj,. uor, li ilerriat. Cap. u a av9a, om. tr.aer HN hie, 0 M L--t, B S . Vi.o-'dmiral miftas, o-oa t Nort-IBimaacsr Ztlward tfarry. Hi J r Jauea Cru'g tB t Lli. , , Mr. B. can prodaca tbocaasda ff srrtl)cat?a f-o- prlartpal Mo. ll'tr. and "J patiniorUa Irom Pro-f-aaoraaad fioctoraof MhIohI .Sc'.eola ant iailaa; nd In audition to othe his b k I'lbt-m rartia-a-twfr,Mti om-of th-Ryal y. wt.t h hav trora kitidir fwralabad htm fur tha ipctfc- aaa lal.cL uo of tbua wko aul require hu aartloaa. tQce Hour from lu A. U. to I P. X., and 2 till 4 P. 1LV , B-BWrnta-y vtal be f era aa4 after tha afcora iora m, apolic.tica. . dac!4:3t5 IU T xttCKlVEU -Still" tf other lot of thoa- B and Black Pbuda at U wota. Iba araohcaaiat JScta i. P. SESBWOOD, deof - - :ti biipwrtor St. F. R Tlii. H jLIDAYvS. iADiis1 tVork Staads. BITTBKBO HrfaSH. Ot 'riiK ii ' Li i L.A i O fii, Kant Faos, faan llaira is - . A) ran nuL.iDA.Yr cn- BlilOa.b oH'tr- in-i i.aa S-:. ieoi BKTTb-Bl a t caoa. rt I M Itmi'm Con rai ln it t pi priotj, 3t laVia Vn fTiDl. J Tn, iBlf V.OWO lMTiwi Vrv' ty ' (WO" lrwM nt Gou l- r r'tfy ii Uin t awV"i-tfMltil flWBI nA tty ! 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