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GINGINMAT WA m BE SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 18, 1875. "wo'ofi sf 1N0 147 . T O J TEN CENTS UJU. D.l VK WK. PREFERRED SPECIALS. SVEIIKLG'9 FCB STOKE, Ml Vine street, near Seventh. Large stock ot Ladles', Misses' .and Children's Furs, Gents' Vm Caps, Collars and Gloves; Buffalo and fancy Robes, at aotual cost prices. Call and examine before buying elsewhere. del7-J0t FURNISHING GOODS. BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S THE GREAT BANKRUPT SALE BELL, THE PHOTOGRAPHER) No. 160 Westf Fifth Street auai-tf STEVBWS' BOOKSTORE, - ' AA 1 . I. - I , .. - I Vl.la ou weaii fuurtu street. Aiargo hutch, x an . 7. 7,. Fria prices. Everything new promL'tlv received. 1 iViaits and correspondence solicited, del -90 1 1 l;Hi'8 BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BULL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S AT- ADVERTISE. 3 ADVEETISEMENTS ON THIS PAGE Under the respective classifications ot WANTS, FOR SALE, FOB BENT, Ac i FIVE CENTS A. LINE. No insertion less than TEN CENTS. WANTEDMISCELLANEOUS. w ANTED Four Ferrotypes lor too. New York Gallery, 28 w. Fourth sc. muzi-sti I Txr ANTED Boston Gallery makes 4 Forro I VV types tor 50c. 217 Central ave. mh22-3tf i "IxrANTED TO BUY AND SELL-Indian ' VV relics, ooins, minerals, fossils, Ac 117 tlV. Sixth street l. del5-5t WANTED BUY YOUB HATS OF mautin, at a w. uta sc. jy-u WANTED YOU TO KNOW That B. CAVAGNA A SON have a now lot ol flno Xoneless Codfisn, and a splendid line of groceries. Jy2U-tf WANTED YOU TO KNOW That John Rentier's Shell Oysters are received dair ly by express. Call and see him. Opposite the Grand Hotel, uuwrn BELL'S! BELL'S 1 1 BELL'S!!! BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BEL'" BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S ' T 0T T 111 The Lowest Ever Known in Cincinnati, belvs BELL'S 1 - BELL'S t w i i a bell s Special Offering TO-DAY of Goods from New York bell's T A GHP TJ'HTT'Tn'TCr U?Ued8tt,nMa9e'l" Therefore ,1 mal School, and' ''The Mar LASTED Marchioness De tAtwf The next meeuMti For th nat twmtu-r . ;j3arn an(j warmer weather. CONTINUES TO BE TUB LEADINGTOPIC OF CONVERSATION! Everybody Acknowledges the Prices Asked for Goods to be Auction Booms. SO onses Gents' Merino Shirts and Drawers at 18, S3, 25, 83 and 40c, worth abont doable the price. WANTED STOLEN HOESES-Send us an accurate description of horses stolen and have not been found In the last 18 months. Address J. Q. 11. , Star office. de!5-18t WANTED WHY SUFFEB f When you can get your corns, bunions, wart und ingrowing nails cured by Dr. H. M. HERSCIi , i ELD, 8a Broadway, Lexington, Ky, de!4-ly CLOTH ING For which I pay the full value in each. L COIliiJS, 41 E. Fourth street. . noJu-Tuih&s-ini lir ANTED SECOND . HAND WANTED-TO CLOSE- OUT A stock of first-class Sewing Machine in ordor to retire Anally from the business. Will sell at COST for CASH. Call lor AGENT, 230 W alnut street, ilrst Boor. - Ie26-tf WANTED J tM ft CHARLIE DAVIS formerly ot-H4 liace street, are located at the "Suu Saloon," 73 Fountsin Square, whore they will be pleased to see their friends. Open an all hours, day and night . nolT-gm WANTED TEA, TEA, TEA Fine and Fresh Tea at the CENTENNIAL TEA COMPANY, and a valuable present with every pound. Store No. 804 West Sixth 'street, be tween Elm and Plum. de9-Th,SftTii-tf WANTED YOU TO KNOW That at Dr. Carney's Bookstore and Circulating Li ' liitary can be found the trreatest variety of liyht literature in the city. Cash price paid for old . books. 288 Central avenue. WANTED Parties who contemplate mov ing their household furniture, to leave crilers at 121 Monmouth street, Newport, Ky.. where furniture curs will be furnished at short aotice. ' Piauos carefully removed, del8-tf ADAM SCHWEITZER. TIT VV they can save money by buving shoes at the Factiry. 17 i Itace street. Pebble Shle . Lace, $2 25; Kid, $2 50; Front Lace, 2 16. You pay only one profit, bybuying at the Factory. WANTED MINCE WE AT-Finch's Home made Diamond Miuce Meat, superior to all, denes competition: In offering my Home made Diamond Mince Meat to the public, I do it with a guarantee that it is the best sold in this or any other city, I care not win re it is made or what others advertise. Try it and you will use no other. For sale by all respect able Grocers or Dealers In this city. Factory, itt2 West Sixth street, between Plum and Elm. del7-6t WANTED YOU TO KEMEMBER That 8. MAItX, No. 830 W. Fifth street, corner f Plum street, offers. In order to make old and young feel happy during the holidays, for the acxt ten days extra good bargains in custom made bouts, shoes, gaiters, slippers and rub bers. It will pay you well to go there aud look at i he great bargains; and you will be aston ished how much cheaper you cau buy there than elsewhere. "Quick sales and small prof its," is his motto. . WANTED THOBNBUBY, 48 Pearl, near Sycamore, sells New Prunes at 8c per pound. New Valencia Raisins, 10c per pound. New Layer ltaisins, 16o per pound. New Currants, 9u per pound. ' Now Peaches, S-ponndeuns, 1SKO. New Tomatoes, 2-pound cans, 12io. -Canned Corn, S pounds, 10c, Fine Candies, SUo, 26c, and 80c per pound. Suit Shell Ahnonds, 2Je per pound. Mince Meat, 10c per pound. Apple Butter. 8 poundB for 25c. Fresh Butter Crackers, 7opor pound. Goods delivered free aud a present with very pound of T during the Holidays, WANTED DR. JAS. C KERR'S Great . System Renovator is good alike for cbu aon aud adult. It is a preventive and cure of all fevers and small-pox. It cures all diseases arising from impure blood; cures all skin dis eases, liver complaint, erysipelas, dysi epsia, constipation and piles. Beware ot caiutorfei's and imitations. None genuine without my name and -rhe title of the medicine blown on the bottle, my portrait and signature on the label, aud my portrait and name on my United Mtauii Proprietary Stain n covering thjeork. Should your druggist not keep it, write direct lo proprietor, 1811 West Fourth street, Cincin Kti, 6. dei-8tVt FOR SALE. TTlOlt SALE LAND 143 aores of land, 18 I; miles west ot the city; upland. Address E,BUrolfloe. ,. , - oc-tf TTOK SALE-INDIAN BELLICS Coins, T minerals, fossils, 4c, Natural History fcWj, 117 W. Sixth St. dc!5-6t TTIOR SALE LIFE SCHOLARSHIP - To I; one of the boot Cincinuutl Commercial Col leges. Will sell cheap. Address 3. P. C, Box I), oity. ooltt-tf TTOlt SALE FARM A ' splendid bottom JP farm, 18 miles from the city, on a railroad, 7 (7 acres; all in cultivation; easy term. Ad dress H., th is office. - declO-lUt 170R SALE LAND 70 acres of choice Dot loin land, all in .cultivation, on a railroad and near a station, 16 miles trout, the oity. Address H., Star office. ooD-tt FIR SALE LAN D--SU acres prairie land: good spring on same; in thickly-settled neighborhood, in Adair county, Iowa, near county-seaU Or will trade for horso and light uriug-wagou. Address "W," this ouloa. Uyl4-tf 1 ' GENTS' CUSTOM-MADE SIIIItTS. 100 doien Unlaundried Shirts at75o and ?1 each, worth (1 ii to $2. ' 600 dozen Fine Dress Shirts at 75c, SI, tl 25 and $1 50, worth $1 25 to 12 60 each. 200 dozen Gents' Gray Merino Socks at 10c, worth 230. . . . Great Job Lot Gents' Silk IVcckivear. 1 ,00t) dozen Gents' Silk Scarfs at 87c, worth tl 25. 500 dozen Gents' Silk Bows at 5, 8, 10, 12 aud 16o each. ITHjR SALE PIAN OS-One hundred and 1 Ufty of the original Decker and Decker ft Brothers' Pianos at from 290 to t?0i less than catalogue prices,, at Britting ft Bros.' Piano and Organ House, 221 West Fifth street near j'llliu. . neo-mt FOR RENT-ROOMS. I7HJR BENT BOOMS Three or four fine rooms in a private house on Fourth street, east of Broadway, Inquire of C, F. VENT, 88 . fouri s . uuii-t BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'6 BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S HELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'! BELL'8 BELL'I BELL'S BELL 3 BELL'S 1IKI.1,'8 BELL'S Linen HanilkercMefs Slightly Damaged Unparalleled Bargains, bel8, 600 dozen Ladies' Linen Handkerchiefs at 4, 5,7, 8 and 10a. w5tT'S 860 dozen Ladies Hemstich Linen Handkerchiefs at 8,9, 10 and 12o SUir'S BELL'S BELL BELLS BELL BELL'S bell's bells bell BELL'S bells bells bells BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S UUI.I.'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELLO BELL'S BELL'S BRILL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S T.TirV.X 2O0 dozen Gents' Extra Fine Merino Shit ts and Drawers at 50, 15o and (I. rwi i a v uoaua iauies ueavy juerxuu eai b ajv, wuuu wvi BELL'S BELL'S . BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S HELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELT'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL S BELL'S Br-LL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BALL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S BELL'S Warm GlovesUnequaled Bargains. 250 dozen Gents' Warm Gloves at 25, 83, S7 and 50o per pair. 850 dozen Ladies' Cloth and Berlin Lined Gloves at 15, 10, 25, 88 and 31o a pair, worth 25 to 75c. LADIES' WOOLEN" HOSIERY. A SPECIAL DISCOUNT of 25 per cant deducted to-day. Unprecedented Bargains. - Good Goods selling off at the price of common. .. ' , Great Job Lot of Ladies' Kid Gloves. 200 dozen Ladies' 1-Button Kid Gloves at 15c a pair. 850 dozen Ladies' 2-Buttoa Kid Gloves, exoelleut quality, 66o a pair, worth 51 25 to $1 60. , Croat Bargains in Embroideries, Laces, Rib bons, Corsets, Fans, Pocket Books, and Silk Handkerchiefs and Mufflers. 00 Ladles' aud Gents' Silk Mufflers at 25, 8J, 81, 60, 16c and $1, worth 50o to $1 .15. 1,000 English Twill Silk Umbrellas, with Carved Ivory Handles and Para gon Frames, only f 3 Ii each, worth 57. Purchasers in quest of suitable Holiday Presents should attend the great Sale at our house to-day. Many liues of desirable Goods will be put on sale at prices without regard to cost or. vaJUieL and in order that all our friends may have an opportunity nt securing some of the bargains offered, our store will be brilliantly illuminated and kept open to-night until 10 o'clock. ' WM. BELL St CO., Wholesale and Retail Notions and Famishing floods. 94 West Fourth Street, Opposite Post-office. BELL' Late IToroiea News. TURKEY'S TROUBLIS. EAOtraA, Dec 18. A conference ol the united Christian representatives of Bosnia waa held at Jamnica yesterday for the purpose ot dis cussing the present aspect ot the conflict with the Porte, and of azreelng upon a plan of united action. Eighty representatives were present. it was unanimously resolved to continue mo conflict until the Turks were expelled from the country. General Paulovitch, Legate of the National Government of Herzegovina, will visit the Capitals and ask the powers to dec are bellig erent right! and recognition to the Herzego vioians. . FBOX ODB PANAMA CORRESPONDENT. ' Central America The condition of affairs is favorable to the proposed union of the Central American Bepublics under one head. The business depression increases, and the pre mium on goiu ana silver nas risen rapiaiy. Chili RoKistration was com uleted November 4, without disturbance. At the recent execu- biuu Bb onuiiugu Hie populace, iieaueu oy women and stuuents, created such a scene in the streets as to lead to an Immediate recon sideration of sentence by the authorities and a final commutation to imprisonment for life. juquauor a can irom me people or uuaya quii, on the 23d, ult, for the expulsion of the priests from that country, led to five being banisued, who embarked for Panama, THE HONY PREBSORK IN SOUTH AMERICA. New York Deo. 17. A Herald cable special from London says Peruvian legislation iu this city, announces the suspension ol pay ment on the coupon of bonds of the Ilepublic, due on the 1st of next January. As the re sult of this announcement a ritn ure of the Pe ruvian contract with the Societie Generate. The Lima Government is unable to meet the money crisis, which it says is only temporary. Springfield Items. Special to the atar. Springfield, O., Dec 18. A batch of Colum bus thieves arrived in this oity a week ago. Their movements have been watched by the City Marshal and his assistants. On Thursday night the store ot Fred. Zeisler on West Main street, was broken into and a lot of the goods carried away, and yesterday the Columbus boys turned up missing. Kev. M. Wells, a traveling minister of the Presbv terian Chu rch h aa,du ring the past week. been holding an unusual protracted meeting in the First uuirun, ou vv est Main, tie prea.cn.eu twice a day over an hour each time. Among nis hearers are nearly an iuef.vongencni mm isters of Suriuirileld and a tew Psveho Philoso. phers. Quite a number of our prominent citizens have under his instructions united with tne church. Orders for ilte STAR, if sent to the book-store of Mr. J. W. Gunn, Main street, will receive careiui attention. Win. Purden, an old and well-known cltl zen, died yesterday. holidat Luxuries. DELICACIES AND LUXURIES JOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS! MALTBY'S OYSTERS for the Million ! TURKEYS for all Creation ! GAME AND FISH for Everybody ! MALTBY'S H. & M.'S, AND C. S. M.'S, For Stewing and Scolloping Buy the H. & M.'S . For Frying or Eating Raw Buy the 0. S. M.'S. They are the JLargest and Best Flavored Oysters Sold in tne We at. . ROBERT ORR & CO., no west sixth street, aoutn oiae, wear rcace. BUSINESS COLLEGE. i . J JT7T ') Established Over 20 Years. . An Institution patronized by the most prominent Business Men of Cin cinnati. We have secured the services of the cele brate! Penman, .';. PROF, W. K. IIOEG, Who will hereafter conduct the Penmanship Department. CHAS. W. BAKER, ESQ., Lectures on Commercial Law at this College, at A. M. every WEDNESDAY. NELSON and KELLEY Are still the Proprietors. '. TOTS. GO AND SEE THE ELEPHANT! THE Finest Mechanloal Toy ever made: together with a general assortment of Toys, Fancy Baskets, Toy Furniture, Hewing Stands, Velocipedes, Ac, at the CHRISTMAS BAZAR, F. TETTENBOIUT & CO., .... lt ' 144 West Fourth Street. T)A1NTBH'8 MANUAL. House and sign V painting, graining, varnishing, polishing kalsomining, papering, lettering, staining Sliding, Ac, 60 cts. Book of Alphabets, 60. croUe and Ornaments, tl. Watchmaker aud Jeweler, 60. Soapmaker, 25. Taxidermist, 60. Ot booksellers, or by mail. JKSSE UANEY & CO., US Nassau street, New York .,. , , laulO-aWtfl ; INSURANCE STATEMENT. Stub op Ohio, Insurance Department,) I olumbus, Ohio. August 81, l?6. WHEREAS. The RICHMOND F1HE ASSO CIATION OF VIRGINIA, located at Rich mond, In the State of Virginia, has filed in this oltice a sworn statement, oy the proper officers thereof, showing its condition and business, and has complied in all respects with the laws of this State relating to Fire Insurance Com panies, incomorated by other Slates of the uniteu states: Now, thore.'ore, in pursuance of law, I, WILLIAM L. HILL, Supeiinlendent ot Insurance of the State of Ohio, do herebv certify, that said Company is authorized to transact its appropriate business ot Fire iaw, during; the current vear. The con dition and business of said Company at the date of such statement (July 81st, 1S7&), Is miuwu m, lonuwM. AKKreirate ainountof available As. sets $309,034 U ...--..... ........... T I .. 1 . 1 1 1 . - ' (except capital), including re-in- turance Net Assets Amount of actual paid op Capital. Surplus Amount ut Inoome for the year In cash , Amount of Expenditures for the vear in cash In witness whereof. I ha ve hereunto subscribed my name, and caused ihe Seal of my office to be affixed the day and year above written. Seal. WM. 1. HILL, Superintendent, iiy WM. Ewim), Deputy. POIXOCK. COKEB & WHITTLE. StY, Agents at Cincinnati, O., and General a item b lor me otue oi unio. utnee 120 Vine Street, Cincinnati, O. it T.48S SO SO ,6 0 62 800,000 U0 1,650 ea 12,261 18 4.318 60 AMUSEMENTS. Ethescope Illusion Exhibition. FoUtt 8 ACRED ENTERTAtNMBNTS will be given at the ILLUSION EXHIDITION.'OR ETHESCOPK, No. l West Fifth sireet, SUN DAY EVENING, ' .;-. .Fevformaace to commence, at ? o'clock. Ad- ikiwiott s-. " ' : -" . it Latest Newi iu Brief. Montkeal, Deo, 18. The Bien newspaper nas suspended. Savannah, Ga., Dec. la-Nick Thompson was hanged here yesterday. Coi.dmbcs, O., Deo. 18. The Noyes Index case was postponed tin next week. ...... n X T,aa Id V(..n... r3unH S, Cranston, leading bankers of this city, have suspended. London. Dee. 18. Robert Henry Hurst. Lib eral, was yesieraay eiectea a memuer oi J. ar- liament from iiorsnam, Sussex. Concord. N. H.. Deo. 18. A farmer named Calvin C Robinson, at Bow, N. Ii., fell dead from his cart. Deatu from heart disease. New York, Dee. 18. A velocipede race for nil, u,uv uibmuuh tiiiauiuiuuotiiu tia, JWW menced at the rink at 9 o'clock last night, be' tween A. P. Messenger and W. E. burd.ng. They finish at y o'olock to-night. Messenger is now aneau. one o U1UU& u ,uv .iwiuw., the Senate will prooeed to the oleotioo of a President pro tern." I rne cnair laiu oeiore tne dbuuio iuo unfinished business, being the resolu tion of the Senator from Indiana (Mor ton) authorizing the appointment of a special committee to inquire uivu vuv reoent election In Mississippi. After a short discussion the bill went over till Monday, and the Senate went into executive session, and on the open ing of the doors adjourned until Monday. Washington, Deo. 17. On motion of Mr. Kandall the senate amendment, to the concurrent resolution for adjourn ment, postponing the day of meeting irom me am io wis uiu ui u.uuu;, nav agreed to. The road from Concordia to Moodyville, Ky., was declared a post road. A bill was passed changing the name ot the steamboat Tom Jasper, of St. Louis, to Ooutinentai. Bills were In rrnrl lined for the construction of pub lie buildings in Kansas City, Mo.; do natinir nublio lands in Arkansas for the support ot the State University; respect ing the tax on leai tooacco; iur mo "cu ter protection of emigrants; to enable certain soldiers and sailors to perfect titles under the homestead laws; to au thorize the construction oi a nriaze at Sioux City: and for publio buildings at La Ornasa. Wis. All were referred to annronrlate committees, mi. raze, oi California, offered the following resolu ttnn: 'Whereas. The Constitution OI tne TTnitpri Hl.tcB na framed hv tha fathers nf tlm Rpimhlin. imnoaea no limits OU the eligibility of any citizen to the office of President, further than that he must be uativc-b.il n, and ot a certain age and time ol residence: therefore "Kesolved, That in the judgment of this House tne right oi selecting canai- dates for the othue oi president oan oniy be lawfully exeroised by the people uu der existing constitutional restrictions, and has never been delegated by the people to the House oi representatives or to anv of the members of the same, ana that any attempt uy me uouse oi Representatives to limit or forestall the publio will on a question or such import ance. Is an invasion of the powers re served dv tne DeoDie at targe, to uo iree- ly exercised by them without any inter ference li'oin any Legislature wnatever." The reading of tne resolution was greeted wUh laughter on both sides of the liooze, and the House refused to second the previous question by a vote oi isu to ay. Resolutions were also offered to ascer tain the amount due the State of Min nesota for BUDivresslne hostilities; pav the German Evangelioai' Church of Alartinsburg, W. Va., $2,500 for the de struction of their building while in pos session ot toe Government lorcee. a resolution was also ottered against the incorporation of general legislation on appropriation bills. A bill was intro duced dividing the State ol Illinois into three Judicial Districts the associativa Wiu ue uvm on vuo . day in January. Ou 'Changs, To-day on 'Change President Holloway sat nonnoed that he received a eommunioatbaa from our representative in Congress, Mr. Baa- ning. desiring the appointment of a commit lav, in h kn.twn Aa thft "krftnr.h Mint COUHQitbeo." who are to be in readiness to proceed to Wash ington to comer witn sr. oaamqs , whenever he shall "notify them ot the day when bis bill for locating the breawh -Mint in Cincinnati shall be Introduced in tea House. A motion offered by Mr. Ben Egglewn, MS committee of flvo. to include the Prestdoat of the Board, bo appointed, was adopted. rresiuenc uouoway named ms louownvr gentlemen to coin nose the committee: Htm. Bm Eggleston, Hon. Richard Smith, Thomas Snsx look and Samuel V. tteid. Tle AVave. -w . New Yore, Dec 18. Very little snow has fallen, but the thermometer Is 16 deg. below xero. Providence, Deo. 18. Weather cold. Ther mometer 3 deg. below zero. Lost at Sea. Boston, Deo. 18. A dispatch received at the Merchants' Exchange states that the brig Julia A. Dillingham of Boston, C apt.. Emerson, from Gomez for Marseilles, was wrecked ou the ath of December, near Muunt Rugikuosa, aud all but two of the crew lost. FLASHES. John Mosgrove, of South Charleston, Ohio, oommitted suicide. . The Consolidated Virginia Mine has resumed the raising of bre. Judge Flippin Is the Democratic can didate for Mayor of Memphis. . The Scott 'House, at Forest, Ohio, uurneu yesteruay. no insurance. The business men of Pittsburcr are moving for a repeal of the Bankrupt Law. Mr. Chamberlan, of Ohio, shot William Hamilton, his brother-in-law, at Garnet, cansas. business uimcuities. James DarragU's tannery, at Bridge water, Peun., was destroyed by hie Loss $4,030, with no insurance. Cairo, 111., will petition Congress to Sruteut ner levees irom oveinow or tne Lississippi river. A family named Beall, in Hamilton county, lnd., are suffering Irom tricbinse, causea uy eating port tenaerioiu, uue little girl has died. The Trustees of Howard University nave unanimously eiectea nr, enntn, late Commissioner ot .Indian Affairs, rresiuent oi tne university. DeGrieff A . Co.'s store In New York has been seized for alleged undervalua tion of $100,000 worth of silk fringe. Their bonds are fixed at $400,000. , Shelby county, Tenn., who absoonded a delaulter in $77,600, has been arrested in California and returned to Tennessee.. Eleven of the crew of the British ship Lenuie who mutinied the 81st of Octo ber last, and killed the master, mate and boatswain will be taken to England and tried for murder. Plymouth Churoh had a congregational meeting last night aud granted the pro posed letter on the subjeotul Mrs. Moul ton's dismissal. Air. Beeober made a speech, in which he expressed his willingness to go into another trial be fore a proper tribunal, but protested against a three-days' investigation be fore a Committee ot Ministers. TUE FORTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. . BKNATB. : Washington, Deo. 17. Mr. Edmunds submitted the following, wbioh was re ferred to the. Committee on Privileges aud Elections; "Whereas, Since the last session of tli Senate the Vim President of the W. J - - "'xi LOCAL NEWS. A aorrrt. horse, the Drooortv of Geo. Hule. man, of White Oak, was stolen from No. 123 YV ade street last mgnt. W. C. Middleton. of S53 Richmond, and M. clcs of clothing from their hallwuys by sneak thieves. Lock your iront doors. The alarm from box 48 at 6 o'clock this morning was caused by a $U lire, the result of a defective flue In the beer saloon of Gottleib Schwarz,No. 656 Central avenue. Insured in the Germama insurance company. robbed last niirlit. while in a drunken condition. ... ....... . -. : ..,.,....,. ; tj in nni now ot 40. ' uouu juuiuucjl ib arresbea as the robber, and two supposed accomplices are at the Hammond-street Station on the same charge. Jack Connoi.lt has received a letter from Hon. Milton Savior offering him a position at Washington .If Jack accep.s,wbat will become of our Council? Jack will give his decision af ter the holidays whether he will remain with us, or go to Washington. Bernard Uneb apt was anxious to go to the Work-house; so anxious, in fact, that after the Judge had sentenced him at his own request for nine days, he didn't want to wait for the Black Maria, so he got permission ot Dave carnanan to waiu. uu, wuicu uo i uuue pro ceeded to 00. Frank Grkoo. engineer, and Henry Ball stoker, of Eugiue No. 13, of the Brightons, were thrown from the englue by the breaking of an axle, while going to tne fire on Central avenue this morning, aud seriously bruised. The dam age to the "machine" from being dragged will amouut to snout 4u Wm. R. Carson, late of ConiDany E. Thirty ninth O. V. I., atred 43 years, died December 16th, near Cheviot, Hamilton county, Ohio. At his roouest, the old Chaplain, liev. B. W. Chu law, officiate..! at his funeral services, held in Ebenezer M. E. Church, attended by the nu merous friends of the houored and gallant dead. Mrs. M. Batehan. livinir on So.-xmd street. of Davton. Kv.. while on ner way hjme last evening by way of the Penilluton ferry, foil In the river and narrowly escaped drowning. In Walking down to the skiff she slipped und fell Into the water, aud was at once swopt away by the current. Bv almost suuerhuuiau elf ores she managed to keep above water till a boat could reach her. The colored citizens of this city will hold memorial meeting in respect to the memory of the late Vice President, Henry Wilson, In Ziou Baptist Church ou Ninth street, between Cen tral avenue and John, Monday evening, Deo. auth, at i:J o'oioea. A 110 iouowing uisun- Suisbed speakers will address the meeting ,;v. Dr. Boynton, Gov. Noyos, Rev. B. W. At nett. Ludlow Anlones. E-:a.. Col. Rjbert Har lan, Prof, P. H. Claok and Prof. W. H. Parham. Court Cullingi. - ' . ' The City, for the uses of Seiber vs. Eoretta Swift 'Action to recover $1,115, for haprovhnr McMillan street, east from the Madison road. Judgment for plaintiffs tor four-fifths of thaom pense. ' Wm. Lomas et al. vs. the city et at. asfta of sub-contractor for work on ths Walaat- - strjet bridge, upon demurrer. Demurrer urn- . ruled. Wm. N. Kennedy, by noxt friend, vs. Ismm Nettleton. suit to recover fJU.m. Case in pn(- ress. 1 ueorge wrignc was wiea on nwnurpm takina and tuinz a horse without the ooiisesa of the owner. V erdict of not guilty. D. Lvtle A Co. vs. Wm. bouthard; B. May- -ers & Co. vs. the same, in each caso an order arrest had been issuod against tli deteodaaUB , first, for obtaining goods under false proteose; second, concealing goods with inteutiodo traud creditors. Motion to discharge de fendant from prison, on account 01 ill Beau-u Case under advisement. Amusements. The Grand Opkba-house. The Ktratfys drew another immense audience at the Grn( last evening to witness their great spectacuusr play of "Around the World." There will be matinee to-day at two o'clock and a perform- ance 1111s evening, wjiuhi ouseo muu vumm- . meut hoi-e. They will be followed upm Max day by the Jack and Jill Pantomime- Troupe, who will remain with us during the holidays. Wood's Theatre. "Ambition" will be tav- ' en at the matinee this aftornoon, with a tre mendous bill so-nlght, upon which oceasim Mr. Proctor will appear iu two of hie most cel ebrated characters, "O'Neil the Avenger-' aau "Nick of the woods." rranx Aiayoovcuma this house Monday evening as "Davy Creek- ett," The National. Saturday niarht is always-s big night at the National, and to-night w , prove no exception to the rule. An extmoi- . diuary bill is auuounccd, with the old favor ites in tne leaaing parts. Robinson's Opera-house. Calender's Gonr- gta Minstrels will open here upon Monday, ta-. tending to stay during the holidays. The Second-street Fire. ' At five o'clock this morning au alarm was . turned in from Box 29, at the L (&-,- depot, by the private watchman ot L A At. Bruce. The building on fire proved tobelttr 180 West Second, owned by Poland Hoary, wholesale grocers at en w est second, ana owm pied by Jas. C Caldwell A Sju, olastio rooreM. The origin of the Are so far Is a mystery; it i generally supposes that it started in the row ottue third story. But as there was no One left in the building last evening, it looks a though it w&s the work of aiunceudiary. 1st building is a to.al wreck, the back partfaUJaa; completely, and the trout portion down to tba first story. The loss to caidweu a uo. on biockwiu nasi fall far short of $ft,ouo, there beiug a Largo amount of rooting material already nude up m . thebutld.ng. The Queen City varnish Company oeouuiet the firsi floor as a wareroom for nearly a bac- rels of liusced oil, which, fortunately, did uj iguite. xney are insurea in mo ixininrcuM aud otier Cincinnati companies. Thomson Ik Son, the "Old Reliable" boltiax manufacturers, the first door west, were some what damaged by water, their loss, howevac. being fully covered by insurance. On the out side John F. Jones' chair-back factory waa well drenched with water, but suffered na last from fire. . The Caldwells, who live on East Waunst Hill..' had not nut in an aooearanoe irfcea the Suae reporter left tho ruins. The loss to Po land nenry, owners 01 tne ouuaiog, wiu reach beyond the figures of their insuransa m the Sun Mutual, which is $3,000. j FINANCIAL. Cincinnati, Doo. 18 t:10 1. X. 1 Gold Is weaker to-day. It opened in Wall sti--ct at H4X and fell to H8x- It is worta here 11 3 buying and 113, selling tor 001a, and 114 for gold checks on New York. Money is in good demand, but is soarce, aosl rates aro firm at U to 10 par cent, . New York Exchange is heavy at prevund a notations. It is worth 1-0 dis. buying aa4 par selling. Sterling continues steady at 4W sight and 4.S6 sixty-day bills, gold. Government securities are weaker to-day and generally Haii lower, we quote Buying, 81 Bonds.. 124 5-208, 'i (called) 118 5-iHJs, '64 (called) US 5-2US, '65 115X 5- '-tls. '60 (new) l&'K 6- 2us,'67.... 128 6-aos.'68. m 10-408, largo. 118 10-40S. small ISO New 5s 117 H The following ts the closing report of Belling 126 United States Court. Suit was brought in the U. S. Cironit Court by Orlo M. Laraway et ah, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, against the Dayton Insurance Cotunanv. ot DavtonOhio. Action for money; amount claimed, 1718 19, with interest irom the luui day 01 jrebruary . Tho aaseof the WAstArn Snrfnir Bad Com Eany vs. David A. Scott et at. was dismissed y Judge Emmons, at the complainant's eosts. New Gun. "'' ''. The CincinoaH Light Guards received by Express this morning fifty beautiful Spring field breech-loading rifles of the very latest pattern. These guns are tho ilrst of the allotted portion for tho militia companies of our city, and oame direct from tho Government Arsenal at Springfield, Massachusetts. Bolts, cartridge boxes, bayonets and scabbards acoomDaniui the guns, which are so light that a gun, with all accoutrements, weiiths only ten nounris. The boys with the shakos are ot course in ec stasies over their good luck, aud are now Lolling to shoot somebody. . Meeting of Lady Teacher. The Lady Teachers held their regular month ly meeting this morning at the school-house on Eighth street, near Mound, Hiss Lathropln the Chair. Quite an Interesting programme had been prepared by the special committee and exeotitod with groat credit to themselves uy ie isuies. Among tne more attractive features was the essay ou "Theory and Prac tice," by MLs BiaekwoodeliUs Daj Wa iter- HCtf ixt 133JS 118K mji- Mesi York Stock Market, as received oy Lea.trMS. rett & Co., 28 West Third Street: . S id. Offeredmfc 'BM W. Tj. Telegraph 76 .... .... Pacific liail SH AdamsExpress ' .... llrilf Wells, Fargo Ex...... .... 81 American . .... Sl U. S 0) N. . Central. . .. .... 10 Mo. Pacific. 11 .... .... trie Vii .... .... Harlem '. .... .... BS C, C. A I. C., ...... .... .' ' Lake Shore Sljtf .... Clov. Pitts fie N. Western e ra. .... 88 . M N. Wi stern pre d u Kook lslanu, St. Paul. 0001 S'H Su Taut, pret'd 65X Wauasa .... Oliio Mississippi.... 16X Union Pacific 75 Fort Wayne. Haunibol A St, Jo?:t i Michigan Central tax Illinois Central Canton .... Chicago A Alton Atlantic A Pacino Tot. .... Quicksilver.... .... Panama Atlautie A Pacino..... .... Monoy .... .... Erie in London......... .... .... .... Tne following jaies were roponed to-dai in tho New York Stock market: - W. Ii. Telegraph. i, Pacific Mall ..., lb,!! N. Y. Central , Mo. I'acif... w Erie M'J C, C A L C iuf Lakeehore. gl.'we Northwostern.com Northwestern, preferred................. - a, et w IS Itock island St, Paul common.. . St. Paul preferred ... Wabash Ohio A Mississippi... Union Pacific Hnnnibal A St. Joe.. Allchisran Central.... tl Total,.