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WEDNESDAY MORNING, DEO. .'J, 1861.
' Rail Road Time Table. Ob ..L-f.-. D a Mil MMHnM OT ITUDI" WrohliT 0. m4 afler November lib, 1W3, trains tlllni ufol.ow! . , .... Liv-tlb Miami & Coiomim & Xsma R. leava. Arrive. OlDOllHil. Dayton, Richmond sad Indianapolis Nlsht Xj- 0xi4fiuil Accommodation. Claalnnatl. DaytoB, Biobmond and iBdlSBApoItt Day 1.25 A.M. S. 30 A.M. 9.3 A. 9.251". DTNi 1 40 P.M. 10.10 A.M. 9.25 P.M. 9.15 P. M. T. LOOQH, Agent CiKiLun, CotouMi k Ciboibbati R. R. UMBIPM .SKt-S- 'VSp'S' KZTiW" iWi1: : S: JAMBB PATTBB80N, Agent , Ciwtsal Ohio Rail Road. t He. SBtprets.... .......... 00 A. Mi 1.05 P. M. Mo.sBiprfn. 3J ??;.. J0;" ' f,llJ t W.J. PKLL, Agent. rmBU0H COLDMBDI & ClNOINNATI R. R eJltMa..... ......... 4.00A.M. 10UA.M. p I,;.D.:,., 1020 A,M JJJJp M AT7rU"' '"""ioMPH ROBINSON, Agent. Coumitn & lMDi4Nroui R R Line (" (COLVMIDI, nCAMJltlim B.) IoMOi..p. I M. 8 P. M- SllVrr::::::::: moVS: State and Local News. City Council Proceedings. MONDAY EVENING, Dec. 7, 1863. OoaaallaMtatOieasBal boar. In the abtecee of thePmldeot, Mr. Doniy was ehosen President pro Urn. ktemter aeteaot-Measis. Armstrong, Booty, falling, Qlena, flrabam, Howard, Jaeger, Patterson, Htfhten, Bloklyand Wllson-H. Absentr-Mesars. BaUUs, 0amfckael,onal4lon, Bberly, Rader, Thomp son an4Prtildat-7. REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS. The following-reports of OUy Officers wore rate ana riftrred loibeeommliueof Ways sndMeam: nK of uaroB. Ameaat ol ajMSMdUoonsoseollKtad for tbe month t fJorember, IBS .....S8l 85 aireat ev ni lortamnHDiaT or auanra. OoilsoUsas tar Moveabar. 1M3. " f" l"""'2?? f i.ki w.i.kf .............. .... fi 80 IIHI V W'fHI TW " ' - n Mlsoonaaeons " Total. i. . 1J30 131 aipoiTor miBT oonmisiioNga. There 'have keen employed daring tbo month of No-1 wrber. MM. bore., aad eatts la removing dirt fro- straet aad eUeya to las aaaoont of. 61 TX days work by laborers. 80 aO Total...'.?."....." H3I75 Bays' work performed by lhchaia-gaot... C6 iiroaT or wtt oLBaa. Bt,ttdPIbre.m.BtoftteClty of Columbni from Ifevember I U Deoember 7, 1603, Inelnjlve: ..' agoiirre. Balaaoe In Treunry. Not- S... ale ef lnaiae Oarrlat! eto. . Bales of City Wharf loU.itr BaM of Bfao aVwjobor Pin aad Lteense for Nov. Manul Boe Collection tor Nov.. .A 586 34 .. 40 00 .. 3381 31 ... 5 00 .. 381 85 ,. 330 45 4,604 S? DIlBDMIslIMri. fire Department Oily Peilee Street Oeanalaaloaor and Chain-gang. Ixpeoeeeef sal of City Wharf lots Caael Bridges..... ....", 4ie Boaalr, ee Balartee, to. Markot Bsase, eto Bleetlen baMeDtab) . ....... m.. Btaat Ward Ierpravmnt... euiiat do do fink do BalaaoeteTrearory, Deo. 7.. H7U Vig m 70 Si7 34 'm oo to a 14,804 ixrorr or ooobtt tbbasobib. Jbeotlf'b) sa4 Pbaitemsats of the Oily of Ootambns . v m tt.H.Mh.. inee. Infinite: . , , ' S94i PUluiswisBti ' - s.7W Bs lanes sa band Deo. 7. .. ... e.fliiwr3wVwn.taaerneortedUtatJw Stioat lallrvad Ooaapany has filled la his office tbe pleas sad profiles of their Use subject te tbs appro-1 val ef th ciiygoaaou. pon ne . easvn'ays. . lltmtOesaralssIoBsrrsportedthat nehedssrv-l' JVmlt the reaalatlons pd by tbe CoaneU. evsatbtt',. 1813; oa Sr. John Andrews, tbs time bavtrag expirsd en the 1st last., sad tbe work not com sapcd,th OosamUsloner bad filed ao complaint be fore tb Mafet, Bel bellevlss Di. Andrews to be tbs ewaer. Boport ordered te be filod. . COLUMBUS STREET RAILROAD COMPANY. Mr. Wilson pressntod a eonmanlcatlon (which was read eat ordered te be Bled) signed by Theo. B. Butler, Vnstdtat ef the Ooftunbns Street Railroad Company, esstuf "fA said company bad formally accepted railway. . , Ifr. Howard frost tbs committee oa Highway, re-1 orttdtkat saldemmttl,towbomwu referred ua...Laallai f IBB I1IH IIIYII aWDsWiDsBB Bra 111 rUIBat.IUU rrrir.a.T.irjK.a at 'TJ, .una ar,d recommended their adon- tiaa. Tbe reportwes agreed to. aad the said plans adopted. " PORTSMOUTH AND COLUMBUS TURNPIKE COMPANY NORTH. Hi. Boaaldsoa preesaUd tbe following eommanlta tjoa, which was road and refwrrsa to tbe Olty Sollettor with IxeUaeslons to proceed to oemply with tho qeesl ef Ibe atasaarlaUatJ natJBmoraSl CUy Council th City ef Cjlm-ui& ewt; nsMdielffBod.Predonlotth''Pertmonth OotaTVrVpikeBoad Company North," In behalf efaald eerp ratios, respectfully represents that, taa raaaat txtsnaton of the oorporate limits of the Mmaini, tsl B7-100 rods of lbs road ol ths CeapnykeaawVproprlatd and Ineluded within Tt wi sxtondod ti within Si li-ioo rod of th satd .Tarnpik 0omw- ' P'? lareiaii, ".. uim. m ah. ant n. Am .... aad MsmlatloB of laoornoratad oompa SSZSm a rsasfeiirsae.aostB yur honorabi body to pro-1 aasStn tea dean a much of their road u hu been tmimt7 as aforesaid, eocordlng to tbe laws ngaia-1 ta ZlZ.LZ """ 'nw oropervf tor memm airja. . . Preatdeat of the Portrmeatb sad Oolumbes Turnpike Company Nerltr. '-' 0. . . .J . .., OolarerVae, Nov BS, 1883. ' , ,3 , ORDINANCES. Mr. BaUles Introdaosd sn ordlnano to Ikene nfulat.pan-b'.o" the first tiras. ' Mr. Palllas Introduced an ordlnano to regulate dra, eWeVvagons. B-d tb. fint t.m. and fesrei atasseestaoaamlttM ef on-ktr. Palling. ,' Mr. Palling, selewt eommlttu, reported aa ordlnano as eatead asl eWtaaaos te rogulat hackney carriages Wm"'2Zl'?a: .'"P,r,-; aaace M S nbstltste for a ordlnano with the stale wBisa aaa aeea rterreei to bub ee e seisot Ittee. Th attbautnt. u reported wu rssd lbs ai ..A rlu alaahalaaaaanaridaSltwa. ,lu ea4ae4li4maUpease4A v j. j Mr. Arssstreol tBtrodaced ea ordinance to ssieta aptal au ef twaaty iBtea eta IS and Ire mliu eeeh seel front ef the real estate ntundlng ea Baal Srut, fro Olevelaad Aveaas te Wuhlngloa Avenue. Bead the Brat time. 4 '.'.'... ' The etdtaMee te grade and grays! Mound street front stews to' the Canal Was read the second jjBtaSTl ea aaetleael Uii Wlbtdn by striking "Ptoal strvtsad laseriiag "Beak alUy;" '' -' The erdiaaaae sit refrad and reeave the gutter khsseath else f llet atreel rrane?to tiatei aid the rates aatese wen roea ta stswe aiai ana taw mmmluA t taaA Mafl the lhtr.1 time andnaasad.. -a. a :.r-.- ,.t.l I AU" DIUUWHV Ml fJIWIV Hull yiT lfOW10 VU XllgU JirMttith south iids sf (srine, ejtet wssiotd lit tins". Mr. Donsl Json" Introduced, tit ordinance o tiseM a apeWaltaxef nlr6eBU hd twoend a half mills on .nk fnnl frnnt At ha aal m,)mtm fcaaaAfaa ah fl.k a I..., from lonrth elreat to BUth ilrest. Bead the flitt Urns and on itttpeaeloa of (be nice, teal the ascend tod thirl tlmoi, and passsd. ', The ordinance making a appropriation (r furnish lng fuel to th ramlllet of private soldlsrs of ths United llatea, Iron the olty tf Columbus, wi reid tb third Bins, and on motion of Mr'. Orahtm, was laid on the MM. ' i'l !: ; RESOLUTIONS. Tho following reaolntlonl wera offtrtd and adopted Bj Mr. Donaldion , , . , . . , . , , . , BUoleed, That th OUy Uanhal and membora ot tbt OH I'oiic on day duty t, and in; an faoroby directed Mate that the owner, dilrer or other pereoi iharlng rliKe, peeied epu th, usi. ana amended oy oruinenoe pueed hot. T, io3. By Mr. Hbeily- I Euolvei. That the ecmmltlee en Wars and Meani be, and they are hereby authorised and dlreeted to bor rew Ore thoneand dollars for three moutln, at a rte of Inteieit not eioeedlns alz per cfnt, for the me of the . ti - m- t . . ; ., . flotoI. Th.th.01t.Votlnrb.. ..dh.l.here- by directed, to prepare the neoeiaary plat and eatlnate or graaiDg ana RraTeiing mo roeuwsy 01 TTH,piDi$iin ETinae from North Public Line to John otreet- I A4onrned. r. v - nL I t i uiith or juhh jonas.-loa iuueri ui John Jones, ol this city, Isle a crlvate in Com- A, 95h O. V. I., took plaoe yesterday aftrraoon from the family residence, on Long street, near the Welch (Metbodlsl) Cbnrob. He died at Colllersville, Teon., on the 2f,b nit., In the tweotyseoand year of his sge. In annouoolng his death in a letter to Ms father, Andrew Jones, Lieutenant Keltoo, of Company A, wrltee that be was taken sick with a fore throat abjul a week prevlons to his death, and owing to the weather, was etnt to tha hnanltal. Tha Llanlenant Intimates that ft j i(, . , fio,enl ,ho8h he hd nuMlnB- In a letUr to Rlobtrd Jones, unole of the deocaied, Lieut. Kelton ipeaks of the lattiras follows: "He was one of the best soldiers In the Company, and wai beloved by all the boys. Ho was new known to ehirk or shrink from I an rlntw K wraa AallAil nnAn to nfntm " J WMyr " WWH p. f-' "W. rr.. if r at t o,... mpaxnw uter iiiuai, iuu whv.i. I Methodist Cbnrob waa pretty well filled latt night, In respinie to the oall for meeting to devise ways and means to aid soldiers' families I a the elly of Colnmbns and In the eonotyef Fftnkllni - jj,, Beoung mu died to order by Dr. J. B. Tbompsoo, opon whose motion Ex- Governor Dennison wae made President. Mr. Coinl ,nB0inted Secretary. Rev. Mr. . ... . address the throne. Of Grace.. He responded to tbe oall In tbe spirit of Mr. Lincoln's laet Proclamation.- . A committee was raised, to prepare and re port reaolatlone, of which J. J. Janoey was! Chairman, and Dr.' J. B. Thompson acd James Pattersoo were members who re- - annV"l aftaa . a. ' ahnt aKaanna re.Brnea, ana repuricv eerie, ui aveeoiaiiuur, Bud recommended the appointment cf o.rUln persons as members of City, Ward, Towoehlp, and Flnauoe Committees. : ' ' ' Speeohrs were made by Ex-Governor Dan- co nleoo, J. J. Janoey, Rev. Mr. Grammar, Gen. sol George B.Wright, Rev. D.'Trlrnbe and Hon. Samnel Galloway. AfsOthe Addreeees, the Reiiolntloni were addpted, and tbe Committee Appointmeots . were oontlrmed, by tba meeting. Annoonoemeots of enndry subicrlptlons and . eoa.r,bnloni wfe jhen nUt t(ut wMoh tD. a? I w oommend tba object of this meeticg 35 1 DJ expect to do our part In providing aeotSBa- 450i!lry aid for tha families of oar gallant io"dleri; ' "0 ' reepeotfuliy snggest, that I much mot good might be accomplished, if, tiit fu,afe Republioan leaders wonld, on snch oco,,ioni igno,, . Ujei, politicjtl dogmas aad i , d. u B0. .p,,, n tDa(r DemouiBt0 ' r neighbors as, "the, disloyal In onr inidet," and I of tbe War as bslog waged "to core the conn- try lot Slavery," Instead or restoring Union. Some of these gentlemen forget OAslonaliy," at meetings of ibis, kind, tbat tbty are pot before Republioan gatherings, or in Rooms of the Republioan State Exeontive Com mlltfifl. . i. ., v- "- : ' : I the ne agreea io givw one nay e oatary, ana aseur- a j tbe meeting thai eaoh man oonneoted the I h,g p4pr,rtment -sbonld do tba same thing. 1 . ... . . - . m . Bmouni,Iorme QOaltermsSter Geoiral's Department employs, 1 we understood him to say, between one hundred J and two hundred persons. I u. Qrammer reminded thoBS among lv,l .... hankmnlis .ban' tha war hen-en. I ... j... k A. , f., We Vere 'f leased Willi Gen. ! Wright's brief address. It waa aeoaible and nraotloal. re- and who have made Immense fortunes ont it, that tbey an expected to give liberally. olslmed .that thWar bad oonferred blessings benefits npon all. and It was desired tbs oontrlbBtioDi snonia ne proportionate and , . li.i. ..a KanaSb noh )leeslngS and benefits. , by i ... .sa ! city I . T n... . Tk... said ElXSLIs'S ATHBaiOH THI OrifiA. There mu - co,,,) house at the Atbeneom toll night to witness the performanos of the bean gauof tifal new OpA of tbs Veiled Lady. For I . manner In nhlch It f'nd,ed. Every on appeared to be oharmed ap I ,u"u-v ... . , with It, sod we beard meoy oxprcne an deN to bave it rtpoated by the company i I Tl ... ... first berformanoo tb tronte certainly deserve Thai toloMof the pieoe la excellent,- there -Is a vein of feminine ononiog rnnntog IhrtrAh It, eploed wllh k liltfeofthe ,1 retaliation of whloh the aex are said to "dljoie times guilty, that gives a sett to tbs d Qn ..4. 4ee tnA tfino,meer : , ., , . , , In pbedlenoe .0 ft very general oire, . man jemenl snnonnoe ror to-nlghl tba Dangb (Sr of Ithe Refflrjieot for the last time'.'. Of Lmjfi. Oh jral'liothlDg mors need bs said toanrionm.. Its prodootloo by ' Ml.s-Ricbln,. tame hi OnrArrwna.tl - oom. i " V-Vl-i - "' .a.. first Wers gratllle td announce tbat a oompll- aaa. I mantar BMCfit SfT DSSO leOOered .to R0hlnjiSi abdinTrldajjilgW'U 1 . .a - .. -1I1LJI1 Lilt A at i bjbm laswnAin an a innsim ainiannia niii ni -inai ajt T aU V uwis vsew - - r , . . , son miy ba expeotetUt We i hayn no donbl there till bs an oveiflewlng house at the on thai night, lor cuieiDly If evev an 'aeeont pllsbei tadrani) artiste desetvtd Woo, a P""""Y wviimg v., (rui.jo.u -I I ' " ' ii ' i ,' " a upon Bay freai ,11m. oal " oa gk 'l ,M bis aoodptafids of (he appointment betas of S- Miimiyti' avswa 1 1 ,n IGOVerSOr TOd. u.. tew --t I T 11 1 '-: ". 11 - 1 " "" JoDnBwAA.'wba b In New York, baa tr.S-'r.ile , W HUd di ilk th hmAnntsi Ulnm 'flntlnff I' " . T w 8'-rday were buded lab (be following ar sons i.As. Reeves & Watt, Bmlth AWhlly, Miller it Baker, T. C. Bauer, J . M. Elliott, Griswold a. amUhm.wu- i. -n r.a ik ..- :;.- i. I 5 Dir. Ree?ee wu aopolnted to bay the ooal, o.d A. V, Bmltb, No. 18 East Broad etieot, to) make tba distribution. Soldiers' famlllM and poor widows tbat are In want of coal will plaaes oall on A. F. Smith for a supply. ' How to Fold a Diiea. Ladles, this Is the way MI'i 8. R. Bowman, of Philadelphia, folds her drees. She ommauloates the Important news to the Amtricm Agrkulturitt: Take the exact noarteri of the drasa. from the bottom of the skirt to the sleeves, double them together with the bosom out; then on a I w u op just taw wiuiu ui we I trunk or drawett The waist and eleevee will I foia nlooly together I EvtNlKa School. The anderslcnied hi I I , opend an eTeninc school In his College KOODJS Sooth Iliffh alreet. naep th eofnar of Brotd 1 " ' Vm Of giving InttruotlOM I In Wrltlne; and Book-keeplog. Rooms Open I ERMe Writing, Ofteen lessons, - - $3 (JO Book keeping, full oonrto, - 30 00 de-d3t, , SI. McCOY. IIoriis at Amotion. I will sell on Thurs day, !0th Deoeoben 1863, at 10 o'olook A. M , on the oorner of High and Stalo streets, twen ty head of f ood Work Horrei, ptrt of which are toorgeo R eld Horses. V.R GLAZIER, dec9 Anotloneer, Tbs beet advice tbat oan be taken le to see ynnr natural teeth and tert yonr gome eonnd by using IIudbok's snsivallio Tooth Pabtb. Call forlt at 8tuder'B, Marple'a, Samnol't, Robert's, Wilson's, Sohnoller's, 8hanp'e, Denlg'i, Rldg way's, J. Fowler's, D. D. S., or at Druggists, Dentist or Perfumers anywhere. Try it one and all. A Bad BaBATB. Tbe Greatoet Corse th human family le heir to. Hoe many lovers It has separated- how many friends forever part ol. The sui)jot ie so delicate, your nearest frleid fill not meuiionlt, and yorj are Ignorant of tbe Fact. To effect a radloal core, use the . BALM or THOUSAND FLOWERS" ai a mgnl Uo . .... ' Tii . t firs the oomjlexlon, removing all tan, pimples, and !rcklfe,levlng the skin eolt and white - Price 50 cents ForealebyN, B Marple and all drugglete. oct7'63-d&l)eow '" .j, i S.-T.1860X. Drake's Plantation Bitted They parify,treeUMB and tavlgnrata Tbey create a healthy appttlt. They are an antidote to change of water and diet. Tbey overcome e If cot of dl'ttpatlon and lai bour Tbey strengthen th ayetem and enliven tbe mind. They prevent mlaamatle and lotarmlttent fevere-.' They purify th bieatb and acidity ef th etomaoh. They ear Dyepepala aad OonatlpeUon., They Core Diarrhea, Cholera aad Cholera Morbaev They eon Liver Complaint and Nervosa Headaches, They are tb best Bitter la th world. They make the weak man strong, and are ihauated nature'a great rettorcr. lbny are oompoaed of the oelebrated Oallaaya Bark, Pascarllla Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flower, Lavender flowers, Wlotergreen, Anlee, Clover -bode, Orana Peel, Bnaka-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock S.-T. 1880-X, eto. .. , The following Is a sample of the teetlmony dally re- iEoiDixa'anoMB.SoFiaiaTeKorirr'e Or net, OiKciaiATi,0., January 15, IHbl. ( I bare gtven your Plantation Bitter to hundred of oar noble soldiers who stop hen, more or lets disabled from various oaoses, and lbs effect is moat marreloua and gratifying. Snob a preparation u this Is I heartily wish la every In I ttmnjt iD ,,, hospital, and at band on every battle field If Q. W. D. Aanaaws, Boperialeadsnl. tbs the Wiiuan's Hotvl, ' I WaSBimTOM, D. C Jan. U, IPtt I arjrrLaaan; We require soother sapply of your PlantaUoB Bitters, the popnlarlty of which dally in- eieaits with the gaests of onr bout. . ... ' Roipeo trolly, Brxss, Cuanwim k Co I OLartuwe. dm, s. I Mr)?. I-"', : . ' I bad been so III wilb Liver Complaint and Dyepepata that I wu eomptlled to aban- with B - writes. wish rer, soldier bad e bottle Plantation Bitten. Tbey an ths most effective per feet, and harmless tonic I ever used ;. i olt Hoc, Iornviixs,Kv., Dee. si, lsai OS Meesrg.P.H. DRAiafcOo.1 . ' w Br compelled to order 12 dosta Plantation Bit- nt tere to supply friends who btvs no other way ef pro Idonmy business. . Inscdlhree bottles of the Plantation and Bitters, and to ray utonlehment am entirely oured, Ihey an in oen meuicm I ever usa, ana i anau en deavor to make them known,' Fleets Inform me B.-T.-1800-X. means, i!-'. Touv, truly, , H. B, KiseiLtv, Dr. W. Child, surgeon ef tbs Tenth Vermont regl of I He that to last a wss . mrlnw thlaadmlrahl artlel. - ' - Beepectfully.youre, - Bila P. Iliixsa At Qo-, Proprietors. Boobmtt, N, Y ., Deo., SI, 1801. Th Plantation Bitter have cured me of th worat kind of dyspepsia of near years' staodlng. I have recommended them to olhsn, and as far u I know with signsl ancvess. I am, etc., : . ,' Rev. J. J. Canton. 1 BuaiMT Boon, Cwoirwati, Ohio, ; , ; Doc. to, m. Heaara. DsaK fc Co i Th Plantation Bitter pear to be very popular hen. Bend as twenty oaee more, ana ooug, f, ioure, trsiy, L. , i T. P. BtvmiraaAOo. 0. 0. Ate. Ao.' labor, will find the Plantstloa Bitten e most beneficial tonto. Bvery bottle has theao sfrntTs of onr stgnatnr on steel plat engraving, or It Is not genulna. Bold by sll Dragglsts, flrooen, and Oeuntry Stores I - P. II UKAHK dr. U., - : 1 4 809 BrAwryt1 Jnlyl4-dfcw3m end tofcAto! be play . tb. this thsn " I ' "-' . -- 'trf JTV I ..I I - ,.&jrr wA i f -l MiBS I - J i ' T wllPbe ' ' Ta-.-r.w I I a j . . - " r a.axVe thtt Opera Mat 'S T7I A TI. .! oaeawtawBita ft in Delicate females requiring a tenth) stlmulsnt, elergymen , lawyer and students exhausted by mental Wif -:ejt as ar ' "DR. a. -a knapp. i" I t " 1 oa oasjjjTnT. ' (Feryasrfy tf B.ffak.j i He woo aavtt ...n,,.i t T?XOLnBIVBLT imrdlseasae ef the Bros, v,x- - I JC4 neas, and tnnrtsArtiflalsl By, without ptfn, ROtjrnoee like the natural eyes, at Bo. 857 South treat. Oolrusbns. O. Offloe boon from S to d o'look '' P. B.--Brt Bnapp"s Book on ths Bys sad Bar, S3 cents, mailed free ef p Dates, te any Individual Iras a malady or either t tuase organs. ,W-''Wa TELEGRAPHIC. REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN. THE VERY LATEST NEWS. Up to 2 O'clock this Morning. Morning and Noon Dispatches. From East Tennessee. Niw Toai, Deo. 8. A special tn tha Trlbnno from Knoxrllle 5th, aaye: Tb (lege of Knoxrllle la raised, ,t inntreet with bla arm Is In foil retreat toward Virginia. It virtually terminated yerterday, when at an early hoar the advance gnard of onr reinforcement nnder Oen. Sherman arrived. Tb anemy, daring; the put few days, kept np an active ehow of Intention to prolong the elego or renew th aiaenlt, nntll early Ihla morning wnen rnnDngmim int vm vy aeorrei Riarmfonnd their workeemplv. A few deserter wore brought in, who report that tbe main body moved off after dark Mat night, leaving the rear gnard and picket In their rlBe pile to fall back at two In the morning, and Join the remainder, who they were told would form In line of battle a ahort dlatance tait of tho city, xnio ruae wae aaopieu 10 prevent their nrematar abandonment of their ploket line. den. Bbaokleford, with hia cavalry, 1st auitand eloaenpon their rear. Prlaoneraand doaerlera are contlonally aritrlngln sqnada of ten to twenty. The dellverano and occupation of Caat Tenneiaee la oonaldered Anally settled by tb evenla of Ihla mn paign . Hebel acoonnta from Plrhmond papera of the 5th. from Dalton, Seo.dtb, eays Gen. JLedbetter arrived yeaterday from Knoxvtlle, which point he left lut Sunday. Uen. Lonttatreet bad the aame day made an unaueoeiaful attack on Burnelde, and afterwarde commenced retreating to Vlrgloie. Booker's andjBigel'e eorpa are reported advanclog on Knoxvllleand Eoudcn, and will probably follow Long atreel or enter North Carolina. firing wae heard yeatcrday In the direction of Cleve land, which wae (apposed to be from Geoerel Wheelei'e eevalry. Daitoh, Deo. 4. The laleet acconnls repreaent that Longetreet, with part of hiaecmreanil, made an uotoc- eeaafal attack on Knozvlllo. Bla loie wae very email. Bo then ralaed th aiege, marching toward Ablngton, Virginia. Oen. Buahrod Johnaon bad ancoeeded In edeollnga Jo notion with Longalreet, without the loia of a enpply train, aa prevloualy reported. Oen. Vaughn, with hia commend and one of Chrat bam'a regiment, was at Charleston, Tenn., trying to mike bit way to North Carolina. Onr forces an la poeaeaalon of Blnggold Nothing from the front. Chase's Report—General French Relieved. A aneolal to tho Time' fiom Waahlngton 7th aava: Seoretarr Chaie'a report will bo trtnamltted by apecial meaaenger to the aoithern prei to morrow. He adopts all the recommenaauone oi tne uommiieicner or in- tainal Revenue In regard to whisky and Tobaeoo, and anggeals the propriety of a etill further Increase of tax on those article, In order that tho revenue may be In creased, aa li baa fallen oonalderably below tbe estimates of th framera or toe law. neoeipie rrom tnia aource for the laet year will fall ahort of 860,100,000 MaJ-Uan. rrancn naa neon relieved rrom nia command In th Army of th Potomac and placed nnder airoat. Ills arrest la preliminary to eharge of mlaoonduot In the recent affair at Mine Kun- Bv order or lien aurur, otnoere oommaodiog dlvla- lons, brigade and detached regiment, serving In Ihla department, will hereafter be held responsible that their respective commandeer In readineea to take th field with reeeonaoio promptooio aiver in receipt oi marcn log order. NswTorki Deo. 8. The Tribune' special from Wash. tngtoa 7th, aaye: Although th Prealdtnt'i manage la ready It le polslble that It will not be aent to Congress, before Wedneaday, as there la considerable doubt wbeth er th Bouse will be ready to receive it befoi two or three o clock to-morrow, by which time Ine Senate will very likely have adjourned. The moat important ana intereeiiog portions oi tne message are those wbloh deal with the anhjeot of slaver and the reatoratlon to the Union ot the State that hare been In rebellion. In what the President say regard- Ins the former topio, no oontiaer tn emancipation proclamation a an accomplished faet. Be hold that the proclamation noeraeeu an eiavee wuuin an terri tory which It embrace, and all future action mual he baaed upon that supposition. In a word the President doee not and will not adopt a policy which falls to give the alavea a vestige right In himself. Tb plan Mr. Lincoln propoaea tor the restoration of tho loval people ot tho truant Btatea to their former noaitlon In the Union, Is represented to be purely hie own, and nqlikoany now before the public Not con- flnlng himself to th general outlines, he enter with eome minuteness Into detalla r In another part of th meeaag th Pietldent alludes to tha Victoria gained dnilng the year oier the rebel, and dwell at som Mngtb upon th progreaa and prea cnl aipcot and prospects of ih war. OiaciMHATi, Deo. 9. Ths Kentucay Leglalaturs or ganised yaalerjay. T)r. Hawkln wae elected Clerk of tbe Senate, and . B. Lyn Clerk or House. Th Uof arnor'a ateatai wu read at noon. Thirteen bundles unattanooga prison: ptntii throush Indianapolis yesterday, en route ror nook le land. Twelv hundred mora are eipeoted to reach there to-dey. One hundred and thirty-one rebel ofli oera, moatly of Brackanrldg' eorpa, alto psaead through, en route ror Jonaaon a laiaoa. The etum tank of W. dc K. Klrby'a ilaughtor hone (xniodei teaterdar. severclv soaldlns thro men. There wu a dettinotlv Aro at Memphis oa lbs 3d. LoteSW.OOO. . .. Tba Oommcrotal's onaltanooga dlepatce oi ine 7tn iyi; Barde la slowly tailing back Irem Dalton with bragg'a whipped men. Tho mouutaloa of Bast Ten- nettea ar filled with rebel deaattsra and atragglera, Kaw Yoas, Deo. 8. Tb Herald 'e army ditpaloh dat ed Culpepper yuterday, saya our infantry are appar-1 antiy going Into winter quarters. Thaoavalry Is busier than ever acoutlng. It is rumored that Meade wilt bs relieved by General r leasantoo. WasmnaTOH. Deo. 7. Th bill creating th office of Lieutenant Ueneral, or wniod nolle wae given to-aay br Mr. Waahbume or Illlnola, I Intandea io giro uen. Oraut a position to which his talents and hi victories ar generally thought to entitle him. Naw Yoax. Deo 8. The Richmond Baqulrerhte renort that Barde I only in temporary command Biagg'aarmy, and tbat Job neon will take permanent Cornmana Waarnm-row, Deo. 8 The President will not aeod his Besssge till to-morrow at 19 at . Last Night's Dispatches. XXXVIII. CONGRESS. First Session. WASHINGTON, Dec. 8. four ap. SeuATS. a tea olutlon thattbsoommltiMon Military Affair inquire what leglelailon Is necessary to faclllute tbs payment of back pay ana pensioee ot ueceasea eoiaien, etc. Mr. Devlsot nv . snnmittea ine ronowms reeolulion That th tofatal of ths rebel aulhorittea to exchange negro aoldlara aaa tneir wniie omocre, enouia not pro vent tho txchtng ef oar other soldier and olEcere nhal nilaona oa Inst term, such as will nrevent anger ing to our Dravsemcer ana toiuier in mo nanaa tbamitmy. Laid over. Mr- Wilton of Me-, gave nntlae of a bill to Inereau the boanty fot voluntaeilng, and to make an appioprla- tlon ror the tame. Mr. Bhtrtnaa esiiea np ma resoiuiiontbat the la diclary oommitteo Inquire and report whether Robert Wilson wu atlll a Senator from Missouri Mr. yeeeanaen oojectaa entirely to recogoue Wilson In any way u a Senator from Mlsaonrl. llr.MeDonnll said the law of the question had been settled, snd u tho rnena or tne gentleman rrom Mis aourl ho ens sorry tbst he had a claim. Mr. Powell aald the Whole quaatlon depended on fact whether tb Leilsiature el aiiasonri had really ad Jeurnad alna die, or only took e reeeea before coming togwinor lately ana uienung a nenaior. ti ma imma ture of Missouri adlonrned without electinr a Senator. tha annoinuasnl of tb Governor hald rood until proper aeswmoiy or in uagitiaiur ana eiectioa oy body. At au neon ooweTer, urat tu a,egieiauir - u and I only took e noes. Bs would, therefore. Ilk to have the jumciary ooaami.te mqairw ib.d ui iaui. 1 Mr. Trumbull moved to amend tb reeolutlon br daring tbat Wllioa was not entitled to a net In Senate. 1 Tbe amendment or nr. irumouu wu agreed to tbs reeolutlon sdoptea. 1 The Clerk of the House ben appeared and announc ed tbat th House had organised aud appointed a eoxa mlttee to wait upon tbe President, with the Senate committee, to laiorra nun toat ooui aaouies won ready far haalnaaa. Tb Stoat took a mess for half an hoar, and st sad of that time Mr. foot, . of the genet commute, renortad tbat tha committee had waited upon lb Free- i.i.nt ami that th latter wonld eoamaetoate hi Mee- aaga to the Senate at half paat twelve o'oloek to-mor row. Aillanrned, Boots. A oommllle was appointed lo wait on Senate end the rnsidtat to lafoias in em inal Hanaa aru radV fot business Ma. RloPhersoB el Pennsylvania, was elected Clerk, racelvbif 101 vote against 611 fori Bthsrtdg. Be then dealers d elected, aid entered on the discharge tbe dutiee of hie offloe. Tha Bona e-ltoled the o recast Incumbent Doorkeeper. He reoelved 99 votes, 7 being noesry to aohotee. -' W. B rues ot Minn , was n-eieoiea rwnmaeter 104 enter ine vote out. - . e Bm dawaa eissmM the. credential ef Messrs Ramat Kitchen end Chtndltr. froaa Virginia, wara rararrad to th committee aa lacuon. . Ms. Waahbnra or ill .onerea reeontttoB prtteniing tha ahanka ar fiaansN 10 Mai-Gen. Grant end th Baaia and aaldlan wa nav rossm ucaor aim eanna th tebelUoa, aad provided that th President cause modal to) be (track tor Bob. Oraat la Ihe name of nanna Vf iha Dnlutd Stales. PasssA Bnaalmotulv. rlthenl a word ef eerati er exptaniioB. a ! y tr- Deaf- I that Blgh . pttc who "W. w , l l- eia.SJaAJWj Aeawaaaa H4.6ttaWbldMrid r offer "rolQlon rearxct ruiiy requeaung uie neaunt to- ak4mmedlato etepa for the exchange oJUui prutoiem iAvah prisons of the South, and that he comniuokale-all aomeponleaco In me nar veparimeni renin e to the ezchaag ef pris- After dlaahii on thevuolnilan eu Ulil nv. . Mr. Arnold rare notice of a bill to rana.l a.ainli of tho enrolliogaet aa autliorlaca the discharge of tboae araitvu go payment OI J,wun ft (l I, Much time wu oocapled faUhi MltetMn of seati.' The Honse then adjourned. The Rebel Cabinet. Kaw Yo, Deo. 8. Tha Klehmonil Whig of Ibe 3d talk In th following plain faahlorrr Willi -no olher mouvoer inougni uian to aovtTMie the public Interest, we woo io eiain luggcei to ine rreaiilcul the advantage of roeonotrueting hie Oabloet and calling to bla aid the aniaet ana moat intelligent el tbe country. Wo have a Department or Slate that baa not been able for nearly three yeara to eetablieh relations with any other S ale, a Treaaury Dopartnient that baa failed to keep Ita Bnaa oee from runniog to rain, a War Depaitment in the band of a cbief wboae etudloe and ooura of life have been purely aid peculiarly civic, a Navy Depaitment wllbont a Navy, a Pcatofllce Department with a very ahaokiingiyalem of malli, and a rrpartroent of Jus tice vacant. 'J ho bualneaaof thla department aererely ahewi the want of a moie maateily hand, and tbe united powera of their chief io cabinet council, If councile are evor held, fall to aupply tbe awantum of wisdom the aounoil oeeiie. We arogetllogindeep water, and a reeling of dread la abating the aoulaof the people. Tbeie le not a thing the Prealdent can do that will so regain Ihelr heerteand etimulate their oonflilence In an affection for him ae tba calling to hia aide, as bla dally advlaera, a cabinet of the trueat, honest, and met eminent men in the country , regard leaa of what may have been their former political aiaooiatinof . The time la propltloua, the occasion urgent, and Ibe people anilouoly expect aot. For hie own continuing capacity for ueefulnees in the future, ae well aaan account llieaoiely necea alllea end exigent condition ol the conntrytwe earnfatly prese thta rr-commendation. - An Order from Butler. New Voss. Deo. 8 General Butler haalaanod a wan lengihy order relative to colored troops, the etfrot of which la tn call upon male negroee to enlist to Oght for iud ireounro or ineir race, auu to ineirur-t every ofneer ana eoiuier in nie commeorr to au the comlt.g of all colored persons Into our lines. Nerrn soldiers are to dc paia aijjuiuyoi flu and paid "Hia month, while ineir lamuics are to te raraisimii with subsistence. Geuerei Iluller, in hie order, calls on Oongicsa to place negro aohllera ou lhinm foollog aa oilier. Accident to Commodore Vanderbilt. New Toac, Deo. 8. Yesterday afternoon, while j Commodore Vanderbllt waa drlelng along lb Bloom Ingdale road in a light wagon, the vehicle came In col llalon with another, while his oarrlagewae broken and the Commodore was thr.iwn over the dash beard to the ground, where for some lime he laid uuoonscioua, but waa finally removed Io a hotel near by, whore be ie- oelved medical attendance. Hia Ir Juries are aald not j to or a serioua nature. Fire in Boston. Botok, Dec. 8. At an early hour Ihla mornlot s Ore broke out In the Bromfleld ft reel Methodist Church which rapidly gained headway and nearly destroyed Ih interior. The roof fell In about two hour after the Bre commenced. Ten steam Bre englnei were promptly on the epot, and through the tfforte ot the Vlrs D.part- ment trie uromneid House, music UalL Ktoillo Build Inge and other valuable proper y which wu seriously tnrevenea wun aestruciion, waeaeveo. Cairo, Dec. 8. The Memphle papers give no adiil tlonal particular of the Oght on the Mempkla and Oharleaion rallioad. Tb Bulletin saya Impressment Into the military aervloewlll cerla'nlv beeln in tbat city to day. Tbe steamer Ooloua had her upper worke burnt Off on tne m loat. between Bvaneville and Newbcrg. Nsw York, Deo 8 Romora. aenerallv credited, but uuoonnrmea, are in circulation tnai uen ncaianion nu been appointed to th Army of Ih Potomac It le reported tl at Ooneralt Bedgewlck and Warren were preciously tendered th command but declined to ao copt Ibe appointment. - Naw Toil, Dee. A 'pedal to (he Poat from Washington today, eays: Cheese report will proba bly be sent to the press tomorrow ninht. It leetr tain that the report will contain nn recommendation ror a urtner iseue or legal tenuer. Mr Lincoln ia very much belter. AuaMi. Deo 8. At a meeting ot the directors of tha New Turk Central Kallr.iad yeaterday alternoon, an annual d'Vidend of five per cent., lies of Uorerev mentis, was neoiaren, payable on the vna or yen I uary . WitHiNS-roW. Dee 7. Judae Alvjoate Bolt haa do elded that the President' late proclamation auspeodlng th writ of habeas corpus, unaoubirmy includes in its provisions the oae ol a minor enllstea without hia pa rents conannt, in wnose nenatr, - tnereiore, saensru cannot be issued - Walteraaod Robloaon, are dlemisaed from Ih navy fori dereliction of i u'y In being unprepared ror attack.. New Yoax. Deo. 8, The commanding efflcera ol the United Btatea etoamer Relianoe d Satlllto, named Wairmarow, Dec, 8 Adv.ee from th Army of the Potomac un to las. niiht e'ate that all wa unlet. Our troop woiklng like bees oa Ihelr tents, tn make them oomiorcaoie. COmoian.Ti. Dec 8 A Are at Paris. Ky., this morn- inie. deatroe ed ten or twelve business houses. Lou about 840,000. Ho Insurance. I of la ia or Ihe the inat MOTHERS I - MOTHERS MOTHERS! I AUN T fall to ptoenrt A..U W1H8L0W S AOOTH - INTO BVRriP tn, IV.:' LDRRN TBBTHINn. This valuable preparation la Ihe prescription of one ot ths best female physicians And nurses In th United Slates snd hits been need for thirty, yeare with never falling safety and tooosaa by million of motben snd children, from Ihe feeble Infant of one week old to lbs adulU ' ' - It not only relievo the ohild from pain, bat Isvlgnr etea the stomach an) bowel, comets acidity, and glvei ton and enerrv to the whole oystem- It will almost Instantly relieve ' . Oainm is rut f-owau. aeo Wid Coho. We believe It tha Beet and Surest Remedy In the World, lo all cases of DY8BNTRHY and DIAURBOIA IN OBIDDBBN, whether It arista from Teething from any otVr cause. Pull directions for using will accompany each bottle. None Genuine nnleaa the fan simile of OU&TiB PBRKIN8. New York, I oa th oatalde wrapper ;' Bold by all Medicine Bealere. Principal offloe. 4b Ley street, NBW YORK Pare Omv '.'5 Oavt twm Borru. -y aaayasasiaartii: :;.IV Colnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store LACELLE ROSS tfCO., COMMISSION. MERCJ1ANTS IMPORTERS AND DBALBR8 IN de tbe ana ths tho lbs was of for ' vy whieh OK a the m i J t ii. Trr i i -n.j:.. orsign auu uuhidbuu sv inns, dibuiiidsi Rto.t Etc. also, OI.I) RYE, MONONtMiiELA A BOURBON ' . J !..! i i . i V. i I . W ULIJ5JI3LY. -r Coil ;fT.-: WARBBOCBB AND Off ICB 88e BOOTB B1QB ) Ooiumbust Nov. 15. 1861 dly 'eT-aOC : GRANVILLE, OHIO, , Female College. New Cla83oa"'vvill b& Organized r4318ff4 A xTavorable Timet fo.jffnter. Terms. S160 a year of 40 weeks, Tl) i .rt wt-rrtai ,a-iKaou.ii ,r!l i-.-l T'jn t Ttv " wr-ea t,.i W. P. KERR, t1 dec4-afcwlt Oranvtlto.Ohi. COMMERCIAL MATTERS. New York Market—Dec. 8. OOTTON-A a shade taster and; mors dolag wltksaJt PLODB-Markst StBSo jewerV Salts at IB We tor extra etata; J7 4U7 50 for extra round BoosTOn. amM7 50 50 for trad brand., the rau.laslng 'i ' Wr B"d' -Itbealeitf V.J)9 45 ,ot O-loago sprtngi l 35 far old do. $1 41SI 40 fas Milwaukee club; s)l 47l 48 tor si iter Milwaukee; 1 5!tl 5S for winter red wsatarL. COBN-S Nttorand an active d apeoel.tl, da. mand; aates at (t 3l J5 In store and Bl S3XI 4 afloat, Includ ng 10 OUObuah deliverable from 1st to leth of rbiuary, buyer's option, at (ft 40. 0 ATS Io lower st tU87a. WOOL firm. COre-BsI-Wlihout material change. ' HUUAB Qalet. .'I PKTBOLBUM Dnlli (red 3lo; recned. rre. 509 " 56c; reBotd In bond numtlhie. SOU brla so rv, j.n. aryat47Jio. POBK-Opened A ahade Brmer. with sales at SIS 7S (317 00 for old mesa; B18 6X('8 75 for new do; tlx mi 50 for now pile); (.IS 50I7 09 fcr tow prim mese. ; BBBr-Qiiletandonobangad. ' 1 OUT MKAIB-Pslr demand at 7TUa law hnnM.r. and I m lie lor bams. v BAUON HIDBH-Jnlet. BOdN-Dreaaedeteadyi 7'7Vo for wee'ersa t ' 1.4 KD Uulet aid s shade easier at 1 1 V4V15 Jo- Cincinnati Market—Dec. 7. f LODR Tbs rxarket remaloa anchanged and quiet ' butholdeia are Brm at fall rate. W quote luperBo ' at S'i S505 75; extra t)5 OOrBt 00; and family rl 33 a to a 40. Th sales were: 60 brie family at $t 85; 100 doeuierfiue at 85 86; 830 do family at 18 25; and KM do superfine at S3 74. WHISKY The market opened weak and Baturday'a ' pilcea wera but feebly auaulned. but II eloaed ralber Brm r utd r ibe new from New York. Th tales were -5WI brls at 05485X0, th latter rat for wagon. , BOOS 1 he market waa firmer and price lOj la ISo -b gber for lot averaging SOOfjs and npward, but th da- , , mand waa not active though th roctlpt were light not ., 5580 bead. We quot llbt averagee, from 150 to 175 fcs . .. ... ma m. .UK . - . nil k . ma ... . ... T , St SO 9U SO pu I J at WO eu SO SJ7 UUJ and -- and upward at $7 15 to 7 50. The aales were: 2.111 averaging 1001,, at. tS S5 65 " l0 a 9o 100 ' I0 7 Oj 400 ' 900 7 f o m " 205 7 y j - PROVISIONS Thars is s oontlnued loaulr far ateo pork, both old and new, but the uniform flrmwss ef , holuersat raw auo.a iuo ,uaoi ouyei llmitathe -h traneastlona. The rate aaked an 8,15 00, fls 00 aad lei 50 for each aeuon s packing, bat buyer do not of far within S&c of the rate. Country naokad la haid at 50c below these rate. Th sale were: 304) brJ new . oltymaaa at Slavs. 500 do old city on private terms. Lard firm I ule I M to nw gut at Uo, and 100 do . prime city at KXc Orta meat firm at 8,'iofor a ham with tale of SSOO piece. Shoulders are hald .. 5Kc and Bide at 7)c. Batra larg side, mad fress SMift.hogs, aold at bo. Nothing Iromplied Io bulk Bl .. ... WtlBAT Moioers were more uupottil tomttt kureai i. and Ibe market waa quiet. Th demand front shlppet and mlllera waa but moderate they not being dlepossd e ... I buy freely at our quotations, wbieh are: f l so to tl ti for nd, ! 40 to (I 43 for white and 1 30 to (1 33 for hill tha outelde rale for llrlotly eholc aawplea. Th i ulea were: 4c0 buih good white at f I 40; Boo do prim red at Bl U5; sou oo gooti rtentuoay whit at 1 45; 500 do prune do at S I 42; 200 do at S I 45; 300 do, delivered at S 1 45; S00 do red do at 1 28; 400 do choice Ken tucky white ao at i , sou iuw ao nan am and heir Mediterranean, at Bl 26. i OATS The receipts continue large, eompaiatively. and the demand being light, aad not squal to tho offer- ' Irgt, prlcea are rower ana nominal. At the olostthey were offered at 789700 la bulk without finding buyers. , OOKN The market wu rather weaker to-da and In 1 order to make sales ooncosilos of from Io to lie bad to .' be mad from our lut quotation. We quote new at -' S7Bfe, and old at Bl 18. Th only tale we heard of wu 1200 buab new at lower depot at U7o. Th deprea sion In th whisky market mad distiller leas anxious to bay. Hi J9 Tne maraet is uncnaugen ana arm. Wsqnet -Hat II 30S1 32. BABLBY We havt to report e falrdouand and a firm market at our last quotation. Sales of 500 bush prime fall at $ 1 00 and 250 do atato spring si Bl 63. BAY Tbe market la dull wltboal change Id prloe t 00 per ton for prim limelhy on arriral and a)3: from st IS. OBOOBBIBS Tears I an inereasod flrmotae It the-- -market, and although there la but little else besides a r a good country trad, that, with tho scarcity cf tba ' stock of alt klnda In New York make bolder Brm In their ratrs We quote common to prime Rio colls at 33,so to 35a; taw sugar lis to 15o for fair Cob to prist Naw Orleans) hard do 18'o to 18x eoSee ( ' gire 16 Kc to 17Kel molaaaet 05e to 70s for fair to pilme ' Mew Orleans, ana 7uo to so lor eugsr-noaeoi alrnpe cue toOOo. Salee reported: 25 bags fair Rio ooffo at 34c; . 1 to bhd good fair Perto Bleo sugars atllXo; aad 85 half htnela New Orleana molaite a 65a. BU1TBR The market ie fine, and tb demand ooa-"' tlauee fair for the better grade. Wa quote: 21o to 25c ' I for prini, to ohoic, ir0 10 sa, f0, fair to good! aad o - w loo ror iuw ivr grauv mmmjj iota in email paua aire brl nar 2Siall7o. Ths reoelpts an liberal. t . -j BQQa The market I unsealed and leu firm owing lo more liberal receipt, weqool prim at vie to x?o thipoeia couutl limed, ieo to xuo. 1 titaite. Oiif Cleveland Market—Dec. 7. PLODR-Bells at BS 00(96 25 fair to good brand red wheat double extra, and at B7 0097 26 for white do. WHBAT Market quiet and steady at Bl 85 Tor red and Bl 5ftl 55 for white. CORN steady at SI 10 rrom atort. OATS Steady at 7 Jo on traok. UK a Hem higher with isle on private terms. BaRLBY Very dull and nominal at $1 23 for prla e. HiauWlNRB-Hldat8384e. - BOUo Steady at S5 50 for medium to SO 50 for ex." Ir heavy. ... BUTTBaV Remains steady at ix4e ror rtir M en lee Western Reserve. Tows sn no common qualities tell. uuaaiB-lirm ai i3iBuso. LARD Olty rendered tells at 12c la barrtl and at 12X0 In keg. PORK Steady at BIB 60 for olty naotod a see an !0 00 for clear. BUUri scaic and In dtmtnd at xns. Ilrtadar. " ... -I.d lUCtl lu -. jj.i.rii The Hog Market. CHICAGO, Dec. 7. Live bora are firm and nnohanred. Sales 12.35 head at 8MB 7 grcu rorz'S lo BOO pound averagat. and aa (s4 oo tor medium, averaging v.i to mv pound jcelprs light. , - Re tctjil 1 m.o New York Money Market—Dec. 8. Money active at T yer cent. - .' -. .:. rf- Sterling Bxchange a shads sulerst 1841B4X. ..Jc 1 Gold cbaosable and lower; oaaolng at 49; dec Using to , . 1 .1 IBS; adraoolng to 60do oloslng steady at 4iX. . t.m Hovrrnment etook Bra. U. B. 0 81 aoupont 109 ,,-(,.-j I W, IOtH New York Stock Market—Dec. 8. fc Stocks steady. U. 8. S's on year eertiflcatu aew DRV; Missouri 6'a 66X1 Toledo eh Webeah 2d mottngs 67; Pacific Mail 214; Naw YorkOontral 133jtf; Brl I06X; Badonl22; Beading livvi; awnigan central IMS: Michigan Southern 79; do guaranteed 132; Ohiawo a Alton 83X: Illlnola Central scrip 118; Cleveland k. PltUburg 105: Galena k. Chicago )07; Chicago Rook Inland 103X: Mlitraake & Prairie an Chlen 54; PltUburg, rort Wayne a Chloago tR l Chlce go Northwetern45xi; Toledo a Wabash 54. 1 V. Law Notice. TUU1TIA8 "1. FIMKS, WHO IS IM .- tbs 8tat of Virginia. Hllaabeth Ann Joheeoa set r -1 Joseph Johnson, who reable in Wieoonsla, and Albert M. Vlnka, wno reitdee in aaneu, are nertuy noun . . , tbat Predeikk BwUher, Admlnletrator of Milton rioka, bu filed hie petition la lb Probat Court of Prankllo' "TT county, for the aale of lb ruMaoof theieel ettat ef jilt theeald Milton Vlnk, deoeaeed, altnated ie Praoklia V' 1 it oounty, Ohio, to pay debts of satd decedent, and tbat the tarn will b ror aoanng on lue ivtn aay or te oamlKr, A.D. 1883. - T , -j I Ad'mr ot Milton links, dea'd Cos A Coavssaa, Atty "s for petitioner. Jolumbna. 0.,Mov. fa, 1863. nov20 4ww. Road Notice. ST. NOTIOB Is henby given te tbe Stookholdon of Ih ' " - Ltocatter and tJroveport Turnpike Cimpaay, tbat lb annual election, In aeoordano with tb etetute , ' r,n. ' will be held at the offloe of John Belpaaan, la Win cheater, Prankiln county, Ohio, oa MONDAY, tb b day el January, 'coe, oetweew tn nvwr pi iw alcevJ.Zi. J A.m. Sua 3 OHIO r. nr., a VIVVI WTvn wirvuinr mr said road. . Ufa 0 juttn uDAnrax, - Pros'! of tail eeaapanyt dVotMBfcwIt , ,jui:i ptlI-Ciia DR. 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