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itst Cr.-.dia ot ih a a ? tJ.I , WO MJIIT3 OXLT. d fatur.ay, D?c. 23 & 24. sa CsMpan) of ArlUU i.oo:rtUe Opurtt ilii. ana -. ... VOL. i V AJTSVILLE INDIANA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, icTtf. J. ! Th 1 1 f "I f! ; i Ir .' Theatre. Cincinnati IVevr AtlrertisemenU. and Inland r ire TflT? Co curity e Insurance Co., OF NEW YORK. Cash Capita?, - - $1,000,000. Nearly One Million Surplus. This well known Fir arid Inland In rarance Company, otters Its Policies to the CltUens ot Flvansvllie and viclnltv, at rates comaienaiirale with the hazard In curred. DWELLINGS Insured at Low Bates. Snippers will find this leading Inland Company desirable one for R1VKH IN SURANCE. As to 1U prompt and honora bie settlement of Losses, the Agent refers tO ilKSMRS BLOVST CO., F"RKSTON BOTH- IM, Wbklik k Hinuj, Makk, Wakrik a Co., Kennedy Jc Una., and all others who tiave bad losses uuaer (Security Pol cles. Open Inland Policies furnished oa ap plication. C. K. DREW, Agent, No. 2 Main street, dcc20 Flvaasville, lud. Tried by Fire and faund True. International II1AI -St"""-! fk5M(k wri 9 OF NEW YORK. Cash Capital. - - - $500,000 832. 15G I " I Cash feurplus $1,332,150 Th .TiiBriPiipn nf the oast year has .lamnnat'Uni that Insurance Companies having CiH Capital and CA9H Surplus, are wirthy 01 public confidence. THE ISTEBNATIOXAl, - vja-r vnrv i, ii ii nmni ot settlement ot .... , a .l vnattable rates. baaeomroeodeJ iuelt te the suppert ot btsMne men. everywhere. Kail lines upon desirable r1Xs accepted. ir ikUa' UT A Iran I. dctO "o. 2 Main teUet. I NO. 1811. 1 United States Marshal's Notica. US ITID 8t ATB Of AMIRICA, ) . Lutrlclof ladlaaa, f wm trwtv .t II hoi nf information V was filed in ihe District Court of tbe Unlied Slates for the District ot Indiana, on the laib day of uecenio r, io,w, u Ualvin, aitainBt the rtraboat lewellin. her engines, ooitera, auaitr. !"'"'-: niinre and boat-, aelr.! at said District m a eatine of action, civil and maritime. Mni c'.alinlng damage In the anin oia-KX), ma pray ins; procem agaicni iu ""'"" nd tbat the same may be ondemotd and tli therefor. K.-r t noremre. In oarsuanc of the mo- ...i..th.,nr aalil Conrt to m) mrwed aod delivered. I do hereby give rr"i . - tnu.nf nr m in? man- x - - , h and liar iDienru .uciiu, - j - appear oeiore ten uwiriu. ?. v.. . . u,. s k hi,l at the Cltv of In- dun.nnll9.ln an-1 for tbe District oi mat- I I UIIW . r . -, H - " . . . on tne at 10 o'cloca of tbe forenoon of that .... ',,,. .mi thorn to InterBase then a n .1... an make their allegations In .that behalf sporSEBi Marsha, p. a By SAMUEL DAY. Deputy. ... ... . f 1 . unwi.ivn. Ci'a. has. E. Maksb, Proctor for Llbellant. cteeu-lU So. 1812- United States EJarenal's Nctic?. United states cf Amebica.1 -g rtktrir rt Indiana. I .rrrHEKKAN, a libel of information nWV ,1 i ih. niairict Court of the iTnfted Ktates for tbe District, of Indiana, on the 6th day of December, 1870, by v. ri r" L-ni.ht and other, szalnst the steaooiboat Commercial, her boilers, en- muchlnerv. tackle, aprarel. rornl- r hn.ii ai7.d at Slid Dlstrlcl . rl .f.t.m.1 civil and mairtlme and anAnrsvlnic process aijainot said boat Ac. and tnat t he same may be condemned ana ir ihrfr.re. in ccreuanceof the mo- ..ion nnderthe seal ol said Court to me directed and delivered, I da hereby give riiri in all nersons claiming said !ai fJUW. ' ' ' .' , . ... n Irnoda. or any part loereoi, iTtuil therein, tbat they be and Conrt of the PP?ur. J7r:."'." S the cliv of In lanapolls. in aniT for the District 6f Indl ,M S iba first Mond.y of JPebrnary eit.atlOoclos:of the forenoon of that dSy. then and there to intsrpose theit claims and mate their alterations In that uehalf- spoONKR, Marshal U. 8. By SAMUEL DAY, Deputy. Attest: J. D- HowtASB, Cletk. Chasv K. Mabsh, Proctor lor LlbeUant, declit Notice to Tax-Payarg. trt A (ii-CI 15t ol I;llM-b! HI OHltllK I stop uce:ntMr l. 1'7-f. My d':-' l1 -1 .. .iy Ual ,'J! "g. corner l1. in . n lou will be ... , n oii M liy ana Wrni;ay ana rri- ..... ..v .. i X : WILLIAM MAYNABC. decB'-2w City Collector. Tiie Jlalariu tT lnt. r J nsif.!i.t ' ho U : ma;- t us CiUMM. r tver ana . iu I-Mi'J - . . ai'-l ii. any B.T fc eaii f j. r-..a t-.r t t iL.t of t-ouQ j t; r ruince d W iv mm : I J i i I a . x i for u -OTTt Els hereby given to the tax-pay- De0':(J with Caba. It Imiifiri- ij tv of Kvpvtll, that 1 " .t il i -" t-ed i k - ; tu-vitn!aon Seocr Mcrel ban suumtt'e 1 lis an- i'II.-ci. of 4.d f-ty. tn t d.io'icate tor ca,j budget. wh;cb exhibits a dcSoit V;&V TiZZlS of 32:5O..HJ.O0O reals, he ancuaoced rVsnm ho i-Y metr us in lull 4 that the Government was abic to meet ,n.r itoro i.tem:r . , i-.7 wm be eu- tll9 interest on tbe ex'craal debt, and ,'8.2afr i'-;mhErr;tu iJ. and proposed to obtain a loan of l-O.COO.OOO .Vor I, ,.u.re"ji.-jary m. i?i, wiu beei,- rea(3 Within the countiy, at 12 per hpX--r. cent interest, redeemable every 13 ,? tif. re tvurury 1-', 1T1, will s entitled jj,..rjtbs. ..iu ... i -.( . , of i!. flciuri we notice m the . , . ,.J . M ,r. ttHV IK! 5,-Mfl IDCHOHM 'i';. Treeca-o.irfcd liifjo "cold term.1 . . . .u c,tu lis hlddiu m I ha ..,,,1' r 'tiol, it Ui ett.r, thai lww " ,,.ff.o' : -; r t i .i tit lippormui'y, v" , ,.v,j tnuu.d br.:ia,te f.ir a nio- " fl v ,.j . !::, l.i: utf ai.-i OVur- '" " .' .", .wufiniiHl t'ils p-jrpo-, .t a-i-l 'i-a Jttttci- , : , t'lirt-i. :t is a posit! v v lual.r:1) -) or lt!Kw-nd j ' I It .r-V.'a f.ful.-"' 1 ll j riOf'uld ladueuj wttich I i. ii'o iv io ail ciiol r to ' is taey '-tti'i fiva hoed to , t-tl f WAR INBJFIOPEI ITOTlsions Still lient in Parte. iclite HoTeinsct? of tj Prussian !a the of Iacce, ENGLAND. v .xi.'u-- irs. r,ON-rC)N, "Deccubr 17. I'ha J undersus that 1 srliitaeat tc- ' t o Tth of February, when siiny j The Qamn Las ' jj to Ojborne. aid: .; a Snv-SSTED. LoruO.v, December 19. Dispatches f'jtn Versailles announee that Count von uiBmarcK nasiisuaa an order di rectinz the destruction of the national forests ot k ranoe. la the districts sur- routsdiOK Versailles and Paris. This order is regarded as timely, as it en ables the peasants to procure faal, and assists in military operations. DiaDatcbes irom jJerho state that the Prussian eovemment has issued ordera for the arrest of rioters who were engaged in the recent disturb ances in that city. They are charged with a treasonable plot. I be lierlin fostm an editorial re ports that the neutral powers will probably suggest to the peace confer ence which is about to assemble, a proposition to terminate the war on the terms proposed by Germany, viz.: i. ne unconditional surrender ol Paris and submission of the French people. rnnoe Henry of Luxemburg has sent Prussia an official disavowal that the Lnxemnur? neutrality hai been violated with his permission. FKESCH COSTIDKNCB-MASS MXK1TKO IJC LONDON. Losdom. Deo. 19 News has been received from Paris that provisions are plentitul, and will yet last three months, and that great conhienoe is felt in future success. A large open air meeting was held yesterday (Sunday-) in Trafalgar Square, at whioh speeches were made and resolutions adopted sympathizing with France. The Germans have invested Lan- gres,with the intention of pntticg a stop to the mischief dons in the neighborhood by franc ttreurs. Deserters lrota .Paris are numerous. The Baden Chamber has created a further credit for the prosecution of the war. . There are aotivs movement, of the Prussians in the North of France to attempt to arrest the designs cf. and capture, the .trench ueneral raid herbe. The King of Bavaria announces tbe concurrence of all German princes and house towns in bestowing upon King William of Prussia, the Imper ial Crown as Frederick William 1st. XABI. GRANTIIXB TO BISMAEXK. London. December 18. The Ob server says that Earl Granville's dis patch to Count Von Bismarck ex presses tho hope that Prussia will ab stain from the enforcement of her the ores, and will frame an amicab'c ar rangement. riiM H nun ri no gallantly. Losdon. December 19. The French confronting Duke Mecklen burg, hold their ground with splendid gallantry. IUI KET JUT tJKIt'Jl. 1. . The University at Gattinger sarcas- rinallv rebukes Dublin University for askicg for a j iot intervention io eave . i i . . i : ,. Tu rns literary iruasure! iu x aria, auu oommunioati'in refers unpleasantly to tbeseiee of Delphi and otber tofcens of British civilization. Qceenstown, December 19. I be steamer China, from New York. De nftmber 7. arrived to-day (Sunday). and soon alter proceeded to Liverpool. Hteamer Denmark, from New York, December 3, arrived, and subsequent ly prooeeded to Liverpool. FRANCE. FACTS AUD KCMCES Bordkatjx. December 19. Some iournals here have asserted that there I f . . 11. " I .L. I have been trouoies in rani; mat Gustavo Floureos had imprisoned Hlannne. and tbat tbe government raid no attention to the report, but semi official advices stata that Paris was quiet, and the people are animated with one sentiment, that of common defense. llsDorts from the forces in the eist and north ol rJ ranee are good. There has been some excitement here, owing to the promulgation of lalse news over tna torgea signature of M. Gambetta, the purpose being, annarentlv. to cause reaction, b? tbe dissemination ot news untavoraDie to French arm. Dispatches ot this sort, purporting to come from Havre, have appeared simultaneously in all parts of tbe country, it was soon cemon strated. however, that it was a Prus- I - I .... ditnitoll. it is a noticeable tact l..t th. nnnnai inn nmrnal are more bitterly violent toward the Prussians than ever. A nreit mcciine was held here ves terdav. which was address by 51. Cremieux and others. The sentiment that tbe trench would defend tbe country to tbe last, received tbe most enthusiastic endorsement. An aid-de-cimD of General Troobu has escaped from Paris by balloon. During his passage he saw clearly the positions of tbe investing forces. Brittanv is ersatly excited. The people are taking up arms, and so great are the numbers ct troops going torward. tbat tne roads are almost closed to pubho travel. SPAIN. AFFAIRS IX SPAIN, Madrid. December 19. An early date was fixed yesterday for the re ceDtion ot King Amadeus. Ia Cortes oa Saturday the Ministry made an explanation to the effect that Senor Olvaz. lormcrly Minister to Pans, left France because Spain rec ogoized the Government of National Defense, but not tbe Republic. Senor Sogasta, in seme remarks, said that the laoguage of President Grant's message about Cuba was with out significance, as Spain was ready to ocoept a mixed commission for the settling ot tbe American claims con- BELGIUM. I-CxeMEOUSi IXPUIN'. Beussels, De!5ea.ler 13. An in formal meeting ot Lexumbourg depu ties taviog been hi.ld to consider tbe complaints of Count Voa Bisaiaroit, and er pecial y tbos3 regarding M. CuHcy, i reocb Cjosu', aad the sbeher . r.-! Fronnh nol.1 ers. Herr John. r.efreiaurve of tbe Ducbr. Bsr liai was scot to Verraillea to explain tbe faCs to tbe Kioff. St. I'ETRosBrRO, Deci-tuber 19. Tbe Ci!r haa tevertly repTiuianded tho Corturatioa of Jloaeow for peti ; ttoaisg in b:haif of & fre press reli ! gicus toleration aud ot-.ier reforxs. a- Ei-Goy. I i ic'rvr III, l,S'..:.'ri.s, Va . D.-cimbp-r U' ill Governor Ijetci-sr is -riou.4!y vtuh -n?utnocia. coxgxiessioitax.. ilOL'SS. WaSIUSC.TO introduced and f , Dec. I' referred us Ii; s: M. . . Wiilict 1 For reulatiusf Ihe com pa. a I'jix in the iimtftitu eiu(Uin c-s. Air. BiiUr,ot Mabsach unct is to Incor j IB tne Kor.iuern t.xpr tuuspuuv, an l tmpuaniij tue Ummun act. Mr. ,iouc!!M-lo prevent acd puolU Bribery and corropt praollces lathe?lec tlou oi ai-mbfT8 of Couxrens. M-. ChureblH To amend tba act oi tLa uis; of May. 1 j j. to eaior? tiie risfbU if L DlU: btatvs cSUian In lbs savcrnl Sir. Taausr-To coailaua tbe case of tl-c pOfitsil servlfe for u i irgtrunii"ut lor p-'Ml amrK iu aud a more eiiictua; uaccc- Mi H 'ii A uthori.in the l'slmaler rec -3w.l h liviue one ctut :orrr-tj nuiue v-w' oarus. -Mr, : ard, of Penii-To lace t- aud i 5x ci itse irtte !Ht aart inorea9 the d-;- i u- c.i p:i air! sorsn lro.i. ! .Jr. -.it-Keiiy.le For tte a ' '.t ?-'it of a LMfflmtwwu OD the c.ain..rj;' lo.aioili- zcs for tlaraa-adnrlt! te reu.;i ja. Mr. Cobum f jov!dii.,j tuat aotjutH orj cimiai v." !oa r.ave tsea ;,.ijii1 oy ti.e proper otticer ol iu. Ireanurv'. suaii not re-opened t y law, and limiting time tor tae preaentaiioa or lae eiaims ana ac ooanta. Mr. Aahsr To anlborlzs the constrar- tion of a bridge acro.8 the Missouri river Mem. Bemanaod Ferrv A Joint res olutions irom me AiicniKaa iicisiaiure analog for a geograplcai survey of that omiuj. Mr. Ax tell To charter the California ft Anzonla Kallroad: a n. maklnx tbeoous of the gold note bantut receivable for cus toms. Mr. Spink To amend the act of the Hta of July, 1S7U, exujndinj pre-emption laws w vuiorauo. Kesolutiona were offered as follows : Jeuoses luslrnctlna- tbe Jndlclary Com mittee to Inquire into the charge ot cor ruption and DricHjrv at tbe last Congres sional election In the E&aiern District of Kaode Isiand, with power to send lor per sons and papers. Adopted. &.eiiOKK. iconn.i-insirnciine tiie com. mltteee on Waya and Means to Inquire In to tbe expediency of the immediate re peal of toe lDCoiiie tax. The fiouse re- tnsed to second the previous qaentlon 61 to i. ana a aeoate arisinn the resoiatioa went over U.l Monday, Jaonary 9th. ceamaa-t nun committee on ADDro- prlllons, reported tbe Fostoffice appro priation bill, and It was made a special order lor to-morrow. The bill appropri ates 26,161,9S. cress ottered a resolution calllnz for in formation In regard to the purchase of Donas tor the binilne h and. Kri.-cted 61 to 110. Filch moved tbe suspension of tbe rales. and to have restored to the Speaker's t- me ine eenate diii relating to the slenlral branch of the Pacific Kallroad Company, which was last session referred to the Committee on Pnbllc Lands. The motion was rejected ; yeas 11.3, nays 09. v oruees onerea a resolution instructing tbe Committee on Pablle Lands to report at the present session the bill exempung disabled pensioners from tbe reautreinent of the homestead law, which make per sonal settlement neoeasary. Adopted. sir. jones. oi Keniacay. ottered a pre amble and resolution, reciting; that tue Government ot the United tstaiea was established as a confederacy of coequal b talis; tbat tbe right of revolution was admitted, and was affirmed in the Declar ation of Independence; that certain (States have seoeded and set op a government of their own In accordance with their honest eoavlouons as to tnelr reserved rigols: that a great civil war ensned, and the ex periment made was settled by arm: that since then the people of the (Southern (Halts had con for in td to all the require- iouui ui tue uuvemmeni, ana naa Deen fully reconstructed, and declaring that it was tne amy oi the Government and Con gress to grant a free, unqualified and per- iec-i paruon ana amnesty to ail political offender In the late war. The resolution was rrtected. Yeas. 14: nays, 142. Anions tne Democrats voltne in the negative wee, liarnum. Cox, Crebi, Uale- man, Morrissey, Monger, echumaker and Blocum. Cox asked unanimous consent to offcr tbe resolution without the preamble. juuw V rwy i vj uj :cteu. Cox Remarked that manv eentlemen on the Democratic slue had requested him to say mat tney wouia nave voted for tbe resolution, but did not desire to because It was embarrassed with a preamble, wnlie others held for the resolution in spile ot tne preauiote. aargent jrrom the committee on Ap propriation:, reported a special bill appro priating KiO.OOu to enable the President to collect the Apache Indian tribes In Arizo na auu iNew Mexico on reservations, aud to provide subsistence and promote peace civilization among them. Passed. ijawrenoe- introduced a bin to amena the Boidters' Homestead Act. It author izes tne soldiers ol tbe war of lbli, and the Mexican war, entire, under the Home stead law, to claim lbU acres ot alternate rwerved sections along the railroads wnicb have received land grants, thus giving them the same rights of bome si eaua as the United mates soldiers in the war ol the rebediou. Passed. The House then, at 3 o'clock, went into Committee on tna Whole, with Mr. Mc Creery la the chair, oa the Pension Appro priation, bill. Mr. Jveieey wno naa reportea tne uiu from the Committee on Appropriations, proceeded to state some (acts In con oec- tioo wnu me uisiory ana statistics ot tue pension system. He said the bill appro priated thirty million, bu', tbat be had peeu lnairnccea io oiidr an aruenumeni, which would reduce the amount to twenty-nine millions; that the max mum of pensions had been reached, and that the aggregate amount would now be dlniln- isnea every year, xueouiwas pa&seu. Mr. Conner Made a personal explana tion In reply to an ed torial article in the fiew Yore tribune, reflecting upon blm in nim two weests since, ior the abolition or -J..tr .r. an .turn. ..n.i lu.rtua A fla, ha connection wnn a resolution onerea Dy duly on tea. sugar and coftee. After he had spoken fifteen minutes on tbe general subject of tbe revenue reiorm, Mr. Dawes obleoted to any farther ex ten Hon ot time being auowea. air. con cor saying ne re gretted very much that that gentleman did not seem to understand tbe meanlDg of tbe term pera nal explanation, and be had never known so gross an abuse; and for the privilege ot tbe House, Mr. Connor appealed tor five minutes longer. Mr. Dawes objected, saying that he did not think the country would suffer It It never did know what that personal explanation was. The House men, at hair-past J o clock. went Into Committee of tbe Whole, with Mr. tioofleld in the cbalr, on tbe Legisla tive Appropriation Bill, a bill which fills fifty-three printed pages, and appropriates 118,635,480. A proviso in the bill, which re peals tne taw inaa auowea tae puuuc printer to luraisa private par lies at co.ti, paper and pres work, such public, docu ments as are printed at tbe Government priming office, give rise to considerable discussion. Without disposing of the ques tion, the Committee rose and the Rouse aojournea at nan -past lour. Commissioner Flcasanton Chief Jnsilce Drake Military Affairs Kamor denied. Washington. December 19. Com missioner P.easanton arrived at Wash ington to day, and after a visit to the Executive Mansion be passed a short time at the Internal Revenue Office. It is understood that he will not as sume the duties of his new office an til after the holidays. Ex-Senator Drake took the oath of office and entered upon his duties as Chief Justice of the Court cf Claims this morning. He was introduced to the bar by Senior J udge Loricg, when he delivered a few remarks, asking the gentlemen to excuse him for any imperfections until he should become better acquainted with the business usages of the Court. The House Committee on Military Affairs to-day non concurred in the Senate bill, for extending the time from the 1st of January to the 1st of July for the reduction of the army. There is no foundation oa fact for the California rumor that Collector Phelps, of San trancisco. is to be su perceded by Charles A. Waehburne, tbe late Minister to Paraguay. Wash, burne himself is now here and he dis credits the story. . ' Weather Report. ' Summit, Mr. Washington, Deo 19. The barometer at 2 o'cioci was 32:13; chauge finco yciterisy, plus 1-92. The thermometer was ."': change, plus 10. Wicd, nort h wee t. Velocity cf wiad, o5 miies p ' Lo.ir. A storm passed yesterday, and to d ty ras boen very tino weather in this locality. Tbo clouds were mostly below us to the west, aDi ia an uu brokea sea to tbe east, comicg up ia heavy drilting masses. Some very hoe pbotcgrsphs are negatived rf the clouds, and frost scne3 have beta se cured by artists. Arrest itn.i Kiln, Pittpeueo, Dacctcber 13. Gcd. John ' Katosey, formerly Major Gen - eral of tbe volunteer, now a tobacoo manufacturer in Jersey tjity, wad j lodged ia jail here, clargod with usias? j counterfeit stamps and eUtcps used : before. When arrested, he was de tected in eecretirjg a box cf fraudulent Btatrps. , Thera was Leaty rain to-oitbt. and there there are good proerects lor another coal bost rit.e. Darlen Ejper.lUt o. NoarotK, Va, December 10. The 11. S. stealer Nipsie tas arrived. She isattaebtii to tbo Diriea Sarreyiog Ilinnditioa, cd w.li to-hiorio' ior'Key West. ill ' Terrible Crs Kipleshin. ClxasxATi, Dec. 19. Gas holier 2n W .Iva ia the CioeJ.naaei gsa works eirlo led at j o'clock this even icg, vitli four baaJred and City thouatid cutis feet cf gas. The ccn cufida was ielt miles aw&y. Persocs witLia a few squares first noticed a low rutEtiiag gound, with an oppres sive condition ot the atmosphere like tbat altendicir an earthquake. i:ad den!y flames shot upward, illurtiiDat- iog tbs clouded heavens with a red and wiii'e liht, acl revealicg the outline, clearly, of the surrounding hiils. KUht immense iron columns, j tbat supported th3 holder, were I thrown out atid mainly broken to ! fragments, ohs fell across the ctfice, I crushing iu jart of the rocf. I i ae bolder was erected over a year ago, ia tbe place occupied by the one that exploded in January, le'', from r.arr.bor twelve gauge iron, anl was regarded as one of the tent in the United states. It bad a capacity ot 4isU,uuu cubic feet. The surrounding premises of the Company were somewhat scorched by the fire and injured by the falling columns, Tbe total loss trthe Com pany will bs about $100,000. For tunately no one was seriously hurt, one man, alone, being slightly burned. There was no person immediately about the holders, though forty per sons were at tbe retorts, only a few hundred feet away. No clue as to the cause of the explosion can be ascertained. The foroe appears to have expended itself northwardly and southwardly. The barometer had been filling, and was very low. Tbe officers ot the Company say they will be able to furnish sufficient light for the city. Charles C. Leininger. & well known restauranter, made an assignment to day. Liabilities small. Tbe Board of Trustees, for the Dro- posed Cincinnati University, were ap pointed, and confirmed by the Com mon Council to-day. -i Washington. December 19. ihe President to-day sent the following nominations to the senate: A. J. Simmons, Agent for the Blackfoot and other neighboring tribes: T. Wirning, Assessor of Internal Kevenna for iNew Mexico; Samuel L. Earl. As- essor of Internal Revenue for the Fourth District of Texas. Postmasters L. S. Wicks, at Glen- wood, lows; w. ol. rlostetter, Mew Lisbon. Ohio. The work in the Census Bureau is. so far as tbe full enumeration of tbe entire country is concerned, approach ing completion very rapidly, and the reports from the great majority of the counties ia all the States, with 203 exceptions, have been forwarded by the U. S. Marshals to the Superin tended. .. . i- Inrestlgatlas an Accident. Nbw York. Dec. 19. In the Court of General Sessions this forenoon. Recorder IlackeU called the atten tion of the Grand Jury to tbe Thirty- uttn Street disaster, tbe tailing ot a piano faotory, causing the loss of five lives, and told them to do their duty. whether the Commissioner of Public Buildings, tho builder, or owner was in tault. Collapsed Distillery. Hoc o ester, Deo. 19. Wm. John ston, of iNew York, owning a large distillery at Uilldford, in Monroe County, has just failed, and his dis tillery is closed. Ihe distillery made the best yield ot any in tbe State, it will be sold by the Collector for un paid taxes, on the olst ot December. Death of a Xary Officer. Philadelphia, December 19- Commodore Wm. H. Gardner, U. S. N.. died suddenly at the St. Lawrence Hotel, in this citv, where he was vis- ltiDU a Irifud. lie was seventy years of age. He entered the navy in 1814, and was one of the Lieht-bouse In spectors until October last. 11 1 V 13 B 1 13 V 8. tr Other Rixer Item See Third Page. The weather continues cloudy and damp, with a stiff northwest breeze, indicating that winter has commenced in earnest. The river continues to swell steadily, ihe additional ar rival was the mammoth stern-wheeler Heary C. Yaeger, from Pittsburg to New Orleans. The local boats all got away with excellent trips, not withstanding the disagreeable state of the weather during the forenoon. The Tarascon laid over for the noon train, and left with a fair trip of freight and peopleThe Fayette went down with her usual eomplemcut of passengers ......Tho Evansville for Green River had a splendid trip and got eff oa time. ......The Mary Anient for Cannelton bad a cretty fair trip.........The Anna leaves to-day for Cincinnati, on her first round trip in the trade, and should go up with a b?g trip Captain O P. Shinkle, of the beautiful Charles Bodmann, telegraphs us that she will leavo Louisville ihis morning, and will be here to-morrow, sure, for New Orleans....--The large and splendid cotton steamer John Howard passed down yesterday. She is said to be one of the most complete cotton boats ever constructed. She was full of freight and was towing a fine new barge Tbe tnammoth low pressure stern wheel etiamer Henry C. Yaeger, in command of Captain Daniel M. Brady, arrived yesterday, and stars with us until this evening, having made en- gagemeuts here to take a large amount of freight. She is tbe "biggest thing in tne business, in tbe way ot a LUG UUaiUCEO. IU WHO ""J W freighter, and a trump card over the barge lines. For New Orleans. Tbe large and splendid new low-pressure steam er Henry C. Yaeger will be found at the landing to-day, for New Otleans. She is one of the most somplete r-- V . .. v.. .t... l lre icub DICIIUC13 ua. no iiave pver seen, being complete in every partio ular. She is in command of Captain Dan. Brady, one of tbe boys of tbe olden, time, and familiarly known to all our &b:p; crs as tbo great skipper of tbo once famed Carrie, alius "Tho Lone Tree." In the office shippers will find our gonial friend Captain Ii. C. Maion. She loaves this evening at i o clock. Tue Paety on tue Arkansas Belle. The beautiful steamer Ar- i kansas Bahe, wasforcsa.ly adopted by the c.v.i.ii i o". j.c uiQt ana tbe adoption wss signaled by a sr lcn j j did fDtrtainineDt oa board, in which a very large naoibsr of iovited guests troin tt.e c.ty partioipatea, tna eie ssct cabin teiag literally fiuei with ilTansville's aoet briliisnt beauties, who with a corresponding number of "ra'.lict gay lotbarios," "cbd tbo glnwicg hours with fly ing feet" until near midnight, w'uea the table were spread under tl e di- restion oi 'hat prince oi artists, Will. irtecla. The ub!t3 grauually feliaed uu afpeirance teat rcca.ica tome cf th" dreams of our childhood, vvi.ca we firmiy beiievej n the power cf fsr.es to call icta being ecclautrd feasts, wttrein tba giittfr of gold uui riivcr plate, and crystal dazzled tbe t ye. "j ec-baating whj the scat - tbat a tsr crert e'er tbe n-ic that like tto3e -ireaics it would vaiitib; sad the feais were reaped. But the "evaaishtaeEt" was not at ia tbe visions, lor :tne FpMiicgt;' teat pic-; fare ws? wLat fie artist iaie jet ; it is ditucuit to 2y tbit tbe gratifica tion of tbe palata wa not at tie ex- ! pease of a pleasure a!riot as great ia ; beholding the scene. While the tab!:-.: weie. being cleared, tie ladies withdrew to tbe after -cabin, and many cf tbe ges'le men gathered aroaod tho ''Jj-tti-3 Belie," a sort of rroll near ' tba of fice, wbero Mr. A a;.-.oc "receives l:is friends" and dUpevsa fragrant lift vanras aud cor liai. The company, in tba early prt of tbe evenicg, was coopoerI princi pally of "yoiio? folks," siioag whom the brilliant "Diamocis'' b'?'.ol9 con sricaous, and, at a kter hour, the "old i jlki" put in ru appf ararfCC. Capt, Gr'.mmer, while Justl7 proud . ot tte Jie. e, asd ir-siciaj is tfce presence of tLc brilliant company last night, cannot be persuaded that she is the equal of the much lamented City of Evansvilie. but like a good philosopher, maTt.es tbe most of it, and played the host to the delight of his guests, and with dignity and credit to himself. When the tables were cleared away tbe music of Henry Hart's Quadrille Band was acain resumed, aod the dance proceeded and continued until tbe "wee sma' hours." . May the career of the Belle be as brilliant as that party, and ber sac cess as complete as her owners, offi cers and friends could possibly wish. Hirer Sis-patches. Pittsbobg, December 19. It . was snowing until noon, sisee then has been raining.- At 6 o'clock it was raining hard and the snow was run ning off freely. 1 here is a prospect for a rise. Monocgabela 5 feet 2 in ches and ; stationary. Arrived and departed J ulia, Zinesville ; Veteran, from Cincinnati. Cincinnati. December 19. Rrver 17 feet 3 inohes ; risen 6 inches. Ar rived Hudson, 'Wheeling;- St. Charles, Pittsburg. -There was a heavy ram the greater part of tbe af ternoon. Weather cloudy to-night. Temperature 42. LOCAL NOTICES. Holiday Presents it tbe Journal omce! COLO FIX?, F0( KET E00K8, ISITIIL PAFHB, FISK JiOTB PAPER, UKAITUIL POtILP, IAKSTASD3. tOMIC f 3 WIPEBS, and a large assortment of Fine Station ery at tbe Journal OiSce. dec20 tf 1 Barr's Pectoral Elixir stops a cough at once and cures a cold ia few days. dec20Jlmeodeow CHRISTMAS APPLES!!! Call at the store of L. Ruffner. Jr.. No. 19 Water Street, between Syca more and V me Streets, and supply yourselves. dec20 3t FOR SALS, PKESCOIT II ALL. This billiard hall. &o is one of tbo best in the State, and the only one in tbe city of Evansvilla. There is no investment paying better than this, a every person acquainted w.th the city, well knows. I offer it for sale for the- reason tbat I have so much outsida business I cannot attend to it. Terms reasonable. Tbe proprietor will bo here Tuesday and Wednesday, De cember and 21, to receive any pro positions that may be made. Apples ! Apple ! Just received three hundred barrel Northern Ohio App!e3, which we offer at low prioes. wholesale aod retail. PARSONS, COVILLE JMOFFETT. dec20 2t Cbrlstmas Goods. 100 dozen White Heath Peaches. 100 dozen Pine Apples. 100 dozen Portland Corn. 50 dozen Green Pears. 50 dozen Egg Plums. 50 dozen Damson Plums. 50 dozen Green Gages. 25 dozen Little Neck Clams. 10 dozen Olives. 25 dozen Assorted Shaker Pre- serves. 50 dozen Assorted Jellies. Also new Figs and Prunes, in box es, barrels and jars. Call and price goods, JNo trouble to show them. Wm. Caldwell. dec20 No. 9 First Street. ts All Dress Goods at reduced prices at Coolidge's New York Store. Just received new Velvet Ribbons and Plushes, Kid Gloves and As trachan Cloaks; cheap for holiday presents. dec.u M Asthma is speodily relieved by Barr's Pectobal.Euxib. dec20ilmeodiweow rres Arrival of Goods for the Ho;l- dsys at HALLOCK& FORD'S, Druggists, Main Street, between First and Second. They bave just received a splendid stock of Pocket Books, which tbey are aeiermiueu, tu BCii veij cheap. Also, an elegant assortment of Perfumery, Soaps and Toilet goods, especially for the Holidays. Give them can. ueu-v-un McKt5y. COLLISCO., TFXA3,1 December 1st, 1H7U. C. Kratz, Esq Evansville, Ind. : Sib: We take pleasure in giving our testimony to tbe superiority of your Portable Steam Circular Saw Mills. We believe that they are the Ka Mills made. Tbe one that we purchased of you and put in operation the uZUt I .Va a n rl wo f a If A DT 3 t .90lirA ID Statins iu.i . tii (iicHcu, both with tho mill and tbe gentleman Mr. P. C. Calvert that you engaged tn run the mill for us. We think that he is as good a eawyer as ever took hnM of a saw mill. We run on irom du to cu pounds 01 Bteam, using nothing but a portion of i rnn. Krecu siauo .w .aav siui. , I . i f . an make one thousand feet of inch boards per hour in this hard timber foftk. a6h. elm, pecan, wait's? sua ,!.'.' ar-'). Oar ruiii (a double 62x30 in eli saws) : all that you represented and tnat we cciia asK u to O ..L.-. . - L. 1 oura, iruiy. 20 t5cf S'iley & Harris. dec Tek lost treatcnent for 3AE3 S l'CT0aAL ElIXIK. "dcc2011mcodi7?eow croup is t-iCaa't be beat Stile's Corn Fed Oysters. The IItTTCni'SCH FAMILy will give & grsna - i itcaa jr.num.n.uuH.i ia tbe Opera Route on Tuesday evin !?, December 20th. Ioors open at 7 o'clock. Concert to comnencc at 7i o'clock, promptly. Tickets, 73 cents to dre? circle and parqnette; 0 cents to family circle, to bo obia;oci at-the rctt-Of.ee Ntvs S'and, where gpats my be reserved without t?xtra charge. . deolO 2td I,- SSJTbe parfoersbip iitiatr bo twecn John C. Sabwcizer and Chris tian F. lirandt i to ay dibKilved by mutual consent. John C. Cichsveizer settles ail claims and is alone author ised to ojl!et -outstf adic.2 acjouutj. JOu" C. ScnWK'ZES, a j J i J!-.;n Street htchanse, L'ao ! 5ow is tbe Tlta to tiet jroer I 3J Trcstnts. j 0. A. Hrn-noLFF & Co, 17 e JSat receivr J a fine lot of Plan. U01.1, U ".Ta sad IjEI" ,aj iiSiuS. i.a- u.es UcLi . its, .ie., sil of vtich e will sell at tbe lowe t prices. Wc do net wish to iLike fortune; all we want is enough to pay taxes and ebcp rent. Our livisg so will try to mAe eon 1 other way. Give us a ca'i; cvr f c i- large &ua csmpit'te. it wm be -to your ir.ttret to do bo. We make no humbug ebout p:'iit-; at or below cof t. iN'o one caa loako ends meet that will co so. G. A. BlTTRfLJ f &Cu., dccl3 No. 48 Miin Street. All tie people use Sti.'e'e Corn Fed Oysters. Send in yoar jars ard cts arid ba-?e thes fcl ed at iiaSfier s tors ikuuss. dec20 3t Lire and Health. The nerve tusite, when in a healthy condition, is largely composed of phos phorus iu combination, whioh eeerjoa to be the agent of vital energy, not only in the nerves themselves, but also of the brain the great centre of these mysterious threads of life. Then how is nervous prostration, or debility to be permanently re lieved by the nameless, (because so variously n.xmed) bitters, so exten sively advertised, which are simply vegetable tinclcres, made for tempo rary stimulation, and to please the palate, and thus to tccourage private tippling. Phosporous and iron are tbe great vitalizers of tbo Hood and nerve sys tems; and these remedial substances are also compounded with potent veg table scents in the manufacture of CLOUD'S INVWOKATNG COR DIAL, that tbe most salutary aud permanent results follow the proper use of this great tonic, whioh is grow ing daily in popular esteem and be coming a necessity in every house hold. dec!6 6t Barr's Pectoral Elixir never fails in Coughs, Colds, Hoarsenee, ifcc. - dec20dlmeod& ireow t&" When you want the best, buy Stile's Corn Fed Oysters. Choice Apples. Four hundred barrels from New York and Michigan, just received by L. Ruffner, Jr., No. 19 North Water Street. dec20-lw WATCHES AM) JEWELRY AT COST Gust. II. Jageman will commence to-day, and for fifteen days will sell from his . large stock of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware AJ? COST. Nov is the time to secure fine Christmas presoats cheap. - deolO-tf AgyChoieo Apples 400 barrels from New York and Michigan, just received by L. Ruffaer, Jr., No. 19 North Water Street. declG lw 51 MAIS STREET. 51 MAIX STREET. BARGAINS !. . BARGAINS ! AT P. L. GEIS3LER &; CO.'S, Who have determined to reduce their large and elegant stock of Watches, Diamonds. Jexcary, iSilocr Ware. Silver I'iated nare. trold x ens. Gold end ISilver Spectacles, Opera and Field Glasses, American, and French Circus. The above goods will be sold, re gardless to cost, up to January 1st, 1571. ibis is a grand opportunity to get your Christmas presents cheap. We call special attention to our stock of Americna and Foreign Watches in gold and silver cases, for ladies and gents. Also to our stock of Gold Opera Chains, Gold Guard Chains, Gold Leontine Chains, Gold and Silver Vest Chains, Solid Silver Ladles, Forks, Tea and Table Spoons at greatly reduced prices. All goods warranted as represented. Our goods are all new and stylieb,and bave Dot been picked over. All grades of Genuine American W atobes, in 2, 3, 4,5 and 6 ounce cases, at fac tory prices. Call and get tbe first choice. Everybody is invited to call at P. L. Geisslxe & Co.'s. 54 Main Street, near 2d. TERMS CASH. dec!6 tjanl g?"The annual meeting of stock holders of the Evansville branch of the State Insurance Company, of Chicsgo, will be held on Wednesday evening next, Deo. 2lst, 1870, at the office of Clement, White & Co., at 7 o'clock p.m.. for the election of Di rectors. A full and prompt attend ance is requested. declott (J. Clement, Pres t, ififWhen von want meat.not water. get Stile's Corn Fed Oysters, No. 9 iirst street. Barb's Pectoral Elixir is sold by all Druggists. Price One Dollar. dec-UJlmeodiweow Fost omce Hetlce. In order to conform to tbe change of time on tbe LI. & C. Ilailroad, tbe following hours will be observed at the Post Office in this city: OFFICE HOURS. General Delivery and Glass Boxes open at 7 a.m. Closed from 12:10 p.m. till 12:45 P.M., for opening LToon Mail. Closed at 6 P.M. Office open for Lock Boxes till 10:30 p.m. Cashier and Money Order Office open from 7:30 A.M. till 5:30 p.m. X. C. R.B. MAILS. Forenoon Mail closes at 10:15 A.M. Afternoon Mail closes at 4:10 P.M. Mail arriving at Noon open at 12:30 P.M. Mail arriving at 9:35 P.M. distri buted for Lock Boxes at 10:15 P.M. No other changes of Mails since tbe insue ot last Bulletin. nov21-tf John W. Foster, P. M. tT Prescriptions carefully filled, at all hours, at Bridwell'B Drug Store, corner of Main and Third Streets. dec6tf Boots and Shoes. The old estab lished boot and shoe bouse of John Kasch. on Second Street, below Main, is the place to go to buy your Winter boot3 ard shoe-. Hw rri'??' are frr.m ton to twenty it-r cent, lower than the Main Street sto-eti, and he Las a larger aud Letter stock cl goods thaabe ever tad before. L'o.-ac and I csarr.ino prices and the quality o! goods. novO-tf C;2?" The Reliable Stilo's Cora l ed Oysters. rktstcaxtji, Caldwell County, Ky. Dr. II. W. Cioud- My pen would utterly fail tj des cribe ttie gratitude I owe to your In vigorating Cordial, for tbe good health 1 now enjoy. I never knew wfcat good health wis unt.l I eoisxoBeed uficg your Cordial, and I an: cow thirty-three years old. 1 have always beea al'iictcd with liver compiaiot, and sotr etiuies thought try caee bepo ks3, sa I was coi-incd to tho boure to or lime months at a tiiiio for the lat ten years. I have taken Ht-'?ea bottles, aad I am now well and abla to work at ty trade acd support my family, arid tna kiss ol-.r csh instead of payitig all I can raise to doctors for their medicines. I have no .way of cxptcsbing my rat;luie oniyto recommend it to the eatSc-rins public. ' i curs in Lft5ts, declJ G: O. L. fotuiif; i0 am. : J3S&V4 your taoney sod voir Imc 7m.v huv Hula's Cora Fed Ov?tf-i: tc?y Esvc-r fail. ' --a lenilerlolBg, i At Uu5.K-r'a tcrk Lous, on Steot ' Street, Letwef n Vina and Division i next 'i jor to is' ilour store. TP"' Jew lork tiill acd StocS K&tktl l'y Telburaj!.'! Z-isw Tosk. Lee. 19, f.joi.'! wrs vt thill, crain t. 1! ' ,', &ad IIo'-.iuhI ic ! th-t f.'frii- !tit pri'-e ud i i cp i i to Lie M ff-:. x'n i.H v.'--re it-sie at lioui z to 5 ft:.- at. per asuam. Cieatahce to Uar i -i,i iiovimitieat stfsarlUcn opened utaatty at thb last, i ricosof balurdsy, aou rtmaioed qriit uutii Jal? ia rii Kitriioou, wtieii tnttre va.H rq &'lvoco,of f oua 't ;sOQ 5 .u,of ''..', Vi new, 'or aud VS Htocfea opened qal't. Alter tue flrsi "nil, lb i;r; ruftfitl .Lo"! a tiecitleiliy weak l:tl ig Jatf?' are vj weak, oenlt.g at I v.'i and seliiu? down to 1 cir sin.' s icitu bet ijt-ittr Tbe wbo! tunrk&t wis firm at tbe nloae. Tbe tatiKtt wis .i. on tb atoiwrhllt's e Xork Central aiid 1 ulon ctl Hum, especially strocit oh a rofuorli sl In eou- uu..uuii u. luu ctuve. uuti oi iua cer tificates Into Buy year 0 per cent, gold bonds, tbe dlflrenc between tbe per cent, of annual dividend now paid and 6 perceDt gold Interest, is to be applied to tne siiiklun fund lor tbe extlcguioumtmt of bonds. Lake abort, a were scarce lor de liverers. Tbis morning money was active at from 7 per cent, currency to 7 per cent, gold, but alter bank boars, became ea&y at 67. Tbere Is an Increased demand for currency from ttie West and South, and tbe pros pects are tbat banks will be called upon to make more liberal sblpmenls to tbose points during tbe remainder of tbe year. A feeling of im-ecarity prevails,' owing to reports tnat anolber ioc op In currency is to De tnaae aoout tne middle oi tne week. It is thought, however, tbat tbe Secretary may increase bin bond pur chases during tbe remainder of tne meutb, wmcn wouiu oean lnuportanl obstacle In tbe way of speculators, sbouid tbey at tempt anolber artificial stringency. State securities are very dull. Tennessee and North Carolina sbowicg the most strength. llicuASSi-sterling a. Coupons I iwi ....... ....!l"0.iq Uo. Do. Do. Do. lw5 Do. Do. .11 :- HUH Do. lUfr i' Cnrrency-sixes. ....l lu;BJ Keir Tork Earket. By Telegraph. Nxw Toax, Dec. 19. Cotton Demand fair, and market ad vanced ltc; middling npiaods oxta. Floo-Duil, and prices bave declined 53Hc; receipts 10,000 barrels; superfine winter woBtern and state to 20 45 4U; eom mon to f;ood extra S5 3i ja 06; good to cboicetO l Jiia(8 5J; common to cnoiee J 46 (H 75; common to good Ohio fj ifJaii 4U; bt. Louis 16 06(3 25; closed Ilea f y. Bye Floub Uncbanged. t'osN mul Dull, but uncLaDged. Whisky Market steady, wltu a moder ate demand at 95c Wheat Market steady, with a moder ate demand; receipts ,0c0 busbeis; No. 1 mixed spring l Zj 1 27c; Old fi 30; new sprlcgtl o6,i Si 1 red aod amber 11 4-11 45; wnite Alien igan (1 eujl 60; choice white Uenesse Si 75. 1 Itvs Dull but unchanged. Malt Quiet. Cobn Dull and prioes a shade lower. Receipts, 45,(100 bushels; No. 1 mixed, 72 j 75o ; oid.iSc Oats -Doll and prices drooping." Re ceipts, 12.0UU bushels; western and Ohio. CO (Stile Hay Unchanged. Coffee Demand fair and market Arm; sales ol bio bags at private terms; Klo, 14' (a, 18HC ; J ava, j&2la. is tjoab Quiet; Urenada, 10al0c. M0LAH6H-Quiet; New Orleans, at 00 Rick Dull but unchanged at O'-Jc. l'S.TKOI,KUK KlD-d, 12VA'a'lU Stock or (jaais Wheat, VW'ijjiM) bush els; corn, L&i 000 bushels; oats, l.OOH.uoo busbeis; barley, 503,0 bushels; malt, 143, 4t5 bushels; peas, 18,0u0 bushels. I'r )Vi.-ios-f ora dull aud nominal; old 818 50; new 519 S5; prime mesa K17 00jj 17 50; new active at SJ0 Cu21 Ou; for De cember and February gill to. . Beef steady ; meis lu,sl.5 ; extra 111518; beef ham, smoked .'Jay:il; tlorco beef active and firm; prime mess taesiflJ: ladla mess i0' &2: bulk meats e'earrib lOHSWc; shooi ders Sai4c; middles steady long clear 11 CnUc; snort mlildles lla(g,12o for western ; Cumberland middles y'.c; long clear i'Ai light short liJV,c. Lakd i'riiue steam dull at ll:312i; kettle rendered 12gi3; tor December aud January Lic. Muttck Dull and prices are nominal; western 13c; Slate Axtlia. CiiEJvsa Market steady with a moderali demand at l<tc. Cincinnati Market. By Telegraph. Cisciwhati, Dec. 19. Cotton Demand fair and prices ad- varjotxi; middling 113114. XOLit Quiet and unchangea in evt; respect. w iikat Hcarce ana nrm at 11 1151 n. Corn Market sieady with a moderate demand atiu jlc. uri-fteaoy at fwasac. Oats Dull but uncoanged; No 2 t&Wc. BAKi.ev Dull butunchauged at tOSl. Ukocikiks - Unchanged. ioo-3Jc. Euttib-.Scarce and firm at ZSKJc bBKDS-Clover blKher aradea advanwil to f 10 b.' 4U; timothy In lair demand uni at lower rates. I'okk Dull but UDCbapged at lis oj. Lakd Dull and prices urooplng; in ct prime -steam al 10; kettle huld at i:1,. with no sale. Bulk meats Dull and prices are noa- lnal, with no demand. (iKEKN ilEAiy-Io fair demand bu t.: lower rates; sales of 12,000 pieces ;shouidt-rd 6c; sides oc; bams 94llc. bacon tiuiuon prices drooping; srjotu ders 1U4; sides 12ji24 for c.ear ribs mud Clear. Hcgs Demand fair and market nrm for live ktttf 2tS 40; dressed Uul at f7 60&?7u: lecelpta tor two days S,Xo. - Whisky Dull but unchanged at 87c. Amu-Quiet and weak. Potatoes -Quiet and weak. Uojj-io4. Exchangjc 1-16 discount. Kew lorfe Dry cooda Market. By Telegraph. Nxw Yobk, Dec. 13. Tbe moat Important feature la Ibis branch of trade to-day, la the advance 10 tbe price of darners A Co.'s prim, 07 produoers and jobbers, to 10e; and i American, having no slock on hand, hnve put np tbe price of tbeir prints, to amro, to 11 HO. This 1b but the beginning . te ecd, and all prints, in due time, are l.i'-.y to follow in the wake of this movemto.i, as they have been recently selling al i'u prohtable rates. Pemberton Y brown -o-ton Flannels are reduced from 17o to Standard oi bleached muslins tty dnced froml3!c to 12Hc by jobbers; nrni yard widesame b.and.ltio 10 lie.but nfu.ti prices are as follows: Fruit of tbe loom 4-4 Bleacbeil Muaiins 15c: do 32 lnca n . do 42 inch &10; do 5 4 23o, do 6-4 27o; i : hi. dreosoc for Monaduuck Bieacned ;.(-1-lngs; 8-4 27c; -4 do 3JC; l-4 do i ; do 12-4 do 45c; Ked Bank Bleached .".iu.i.'u-i 10He;York Improted Delaines 27:; great falls In Brown Drills to 1, and Cbaties B, Clark's ONI Hpool Cotton to UOc. , Cnlcaso Market. By Teiexraphl , Chicaoo. Dec, i 3. Flour Doll bat aaohaoged; eitri prlng 4 Z:Mnb L0. WmtAT-Opened dull but closed active; No. 2 Chicago spring II 06 for seller Decm ber;llli7i ior seller January; tbU iur noon dull, wheat market steatly w : . a moderate demand at II Vt'i '3,1 15. Cobn tuiet; 41 lor No.2 ml.xe 1 ; ii for seller January ; this afiernooi. 00. : . 4iJ4a4i4. Oats Market steady with m c.cJ : Ll demand ; No. '2 38c. By-a Market steady with a moderate d e mand ; No. 2 lin-nos'i. Barley Duil aud price ae Lo:.-'i-i , No. 'i 7ik71c. HioawiNES-Flrtn at 8fioin Iron. Hogs Dressed KJ 75; live active (ui firn at o HO.aij. Mess Fobk-Steady at f 18. Lasd Bteady at lie. St. Looli Market. By Telegraph. 8t. Louis, i vc. it. Cotton Dull and prices are d 'Uiiuai bl 13UQ. Flour Loose grades wantedT ;,.rflrc winter S4 26-4 50, tbe latter loi tucite; extra 14 40 J 4 65. Whsat Buyers off and market heavy ; No. 2 red winter;tl 17.1 27Hc Corn Demand good at full prices at 41'S 044c for mixed iu bulk ; 4i.a47o for yellow. Oats Demand fair and market firm at 1?-St"-; 1a sai-tr!. li 11 .a - othlc dorje. Ri y. -j-'drn soil wsntcd al 75 W HlfKf - Firm at H'K-. Tc h - o Dull. tifeirip aud habiting ucchsugi : F ovisi.iS vuiet; fiori . - shoulders t Sfe ; clear r'b Y, a - j. . ; l'&":c.. iiicoa sbouidets lit, ::-r it liAjis Hjgnr-cured t3'3i" Lash ilV.iJSe for k g iti m u , . v-Kc-.4-Fi.-ui; ti &h3' W, most . - Lti?'sn!e ISarEet, 1-y TeierspU.! LoCISvili,, Li: ToIIao j-n!-s f 5i hii Ja; tnatkei .- - i aud ui.t .iu.ti d iu every repe .. BAi.i,i'i-1 lift an ununang:d - t - r. reFtct. C01 roN Firmer; middling 1 ic. FloI'h Quiel aud UDvl'HOgtul 1 ;t restHv:!.. kai s Dull but umrbansed. hois Closed weak at S 12,,-;' kmed ndtw 1 i.i.v tiead. pKOVisio.N Detnaud lair and - ...-( Arm and uccuaned, V.'ijl-k Memphis Ji2.r6.et. By Toioaraf h.l Memphis, D ;, . Co' ton Detuaud fair, and prtc-i va: 1 to rvceipt for the pa i. S tu.t-:-i; bb.poit-i. .s 111 tee laal :.. i-.i I'rt'iiti. Fi-o.-a t-rfk v.-ithilrawn, autici...: li. . prtcm. ;okw Duil, sod pneos have cie I' t 1. (it;s-i W'Ml ?oO'.5 at nil pr Cvi 1 1 ' H av ror-n-.tj' ht i-' I-v ) -1 ' t- tali -t. l,ai i"-.h, hut nochaned m i " c 1 u. p;iuK. J .m.aa.t pi ct a r. .ii.-.t . iirtsir itAi M-ifk wllaarawp, 1 Sj'fc'iti' iri3i. i.-".a.................n'; , 14 H'T-,J lnoS .....li.'7 1 4 New 1HCT.. lb8...M. 10-4U8 Calvestoo Xar&et lJy Telegrarb ) G.tiv an t.x . Dee. . Cotton Mar tf-t s;-t;y. -a-iin a -io. fete deinanU ; tn .IuuIiim-. 1. ?. "IIS xNLW fOOil If C i tliiCIl. t:x n o-, ihi, w fro.-u pnrelnoti tfoso, .r t urra.-.: wii, li t... :.t ..;...i to bo t: a d. -. eueapest. and most df.ilcloua loud in tee woriJ. A package, coyt'.n-i a wtiuti, will irait sixteen ! tarts oi ti.aoo :diu:-e, ara i -- portion am q b. a u ; y o f 'u lM.;.,i.,.utu,;, Creams, tiucm, Urae, Canrioue rn.-ws, Ice Creams, cr. , sl. fj t.x noss t a r-t v, . I3 - Is crea:mr great ' ti.a,in'. in ti e l-M.-l .I'tlK-i. i j, diliphtful Cavor, Aonvt-uuiuts lor atrt, t5., to., It r .otarjjae'i. C8A ssf Iri HI i i" bmi "lue proof of the I 11.1'; is Ui Mi, itiii,"auilmi.jHi uonfideot thnt uo txf n nr ,ilss wno n-wn oncM eaten, ol a nunc Kac.ge, Pu,:uin, Custard, Cream, ChaiHiite is.,n,i, ,r any otoer ueliciM prepared with tula murine bodneDd, wiii Otjuy Its :!ai u to r'. t atnoug ttie t&ble iiianiwoi tae per .od. S V. A 'it AiiTS k; ' K. Is raada r.p without ' trouo:o, aul wul siwayt b i-ol. Try it, and tint word (ont,nu !:. con. tlnae ia us uw. 06K 'A.I : iliSti an t'.-.-ht.: Ice Crt'-.ra, l- r,i pfilor to Core starch or Arrowroot, and one hundred p?r o5Ut. chettpi-r. CI - .S nl.D . ' tLj - At lait fifty dl.Ter- ent ut i(.-h ci. o " iiiatio Irom .S a Moms Kakixr, all dellelons, neaiLriiu.. aud ecuminilral. it is tue cuetsi iooi m lu kiowu world. JJfcA tiititst iAi.i.M. KJ id rlcrt Iu f. ii form. log proi'Hi-UM na LuteCt a d?i h L, diet .j ehhdren ftnd alt Ott-ri ie;uJ-ia a ilg Lt end Ueiloale foJ. SitOst sAliitC ! dxldRd!y a very '. t t ur. nrove men t a I- m a 1 1 ana tiar pr7aratton8. It Is ttie mo'l delight Jul fca-i duilcute .ooi we fitvv) eter isiiu d." (jti"ii tmn'r iw i .Vk t3 C'u.'ardi,1.--:rips,Gn-?l.s, Sc, 3l.:., !Uki1 UUi t:"A M USB FAiusr, can be Lakeu oy Iav:l'1si l u 1 tiii.t'i, aad retailed uf-.u I:." stoma-h, while all other preparauons a .-a rjnHL Cu ejrpei hoaat w!:i , ; convlfloo ibe ruiml ' skeptical that Hba Hoj fARist wlilrro"! ace uric jcAitji Cue .tarda, i'oddings. Ctna.ns. f.,vva. Q.A MOM tut raftiSb A most delightful aud healthy fod lor CiiM-treu mad luvn.uiti. CJfftA .HO ti'AalSi: Kjr . .-., trior to Corn .-i!';u, JMaxif-ua, r aauii, or any liluiirfwj preparation. qui ,w .. Al r. .-t tl" ..iful uv- serf , ptr cs)ht. of cutrlim lit. Mi 1 pr.ri- rri ,'J r-oi'isrrc-d nil ahhoinie luxury, r.-jJ 1 . i.-roiftor be tbo rua.rB.vl3 of 'ii'i!('l hr a lood ttf.i.;e la t.Q9 wornt. iur ii l'i usi to wiiioo Use !"?' Ar-r-iriij. '.j j ;,i. t :tr tbe prion. bie, at ot,e-qui. f 1A rtUfi. of lifer 1 reitiionH f. .1 '.. i-HS. .... .. '. chliiiieu; nolhlag Ciih fcuriiaa.-, jt iar ir f. I Hi rx ti. s'iti MWS l Aaff; Vviil pro'lnc t'ot'i t-'. a marve'ou ex tent, waila it is soot! li aiod cooitr" to to iji.inl , Cs 'A i f.Vi.f -.' tail " 'eil your PcyM-Ui w ; , t li Is, una our woru ior ti, ho w i.l reoommecd It a'so. sk'-x JtU.5 1'iMUK iasnlBrjdid fur thlrk- 1- .113 VKilt", H'l i 1 w i 11 nfty ".li'Tiit iHt-hin. CfcA MUSS FAklsr roid only at wLolo i.y the RAND bSA H0S3 'PARLSK CO., Sit t'ai '.i Pli5 -. i'. WjJ ds.xi n ew w wen, Nf.tl, IHintl, thoM'i JL "ay 01 January, i-"?. Hie pion.l pfp eriy ct l-,.; e.,-) ul JiiPiaii j'l'iweltf, it cfteu, hh tiiilcsrs; ti'wo worfe ri'ir,-d ore rtr.it-r!li rlo.ng i.orsp, awi C oi ora nxeii, quallly ; S g-md cows.itwo are now glviog tniik'; 2 yer iiug hel ers, 7 bbo.-t.t-, S wpi.ps mod a lot cl narumi 5 I.1OWH, 1 uhovet plow, 2 t rows, (1 roa tfito) ; li acres of c-jm ia 1.1,0 ftei j, oent Qt;Mi' y ; a tons of bay, t ..': n e.n of ,o. u ' il:s, A iaj!til lu! ol tfjrtiitjd oat and a few buacf-lJ of wheat, not very KO-jd ; a tttfttli lot of hou"-e io; r.in'i-. 1 (.1 o .rrlckfi, 2 log eiuJ n, '2 rtrit-g'iiif, otiw flr.t rat: 2 pii-toiH, wi'i soro olhr ti.m h nually io,iDi oi a (arm 'X;;t. sale oa tue premlKira lately Occupied by tlec-'lent lu Kniieht Towisnlp;to begin promptly ai, It O'tlO S A.M. 1'krmh or'flltr.-All m!i jf three dn: Iftrs and uii'lr, l.-iij!ti ; snmu 01 over tl' rt-e doilra a credit of t mve mouiin, toe pi.r. .t!-''r to t lvo Mi. note with (food Bt cr.i l'y, wslvlr, iB.iel irj-1 vainal ion or apprsisd mcrit J. fo pr.pfrty to be removed from the preiniies oal.i tbe trm of .3 aro OIQ j.i. i(h. A. Ij. KuHI.ViOV, Adiu'r. tvi- .:tis, ind., !.. It, itefl. lively !!' t tir.sory. HAVE IirtOVCi) MIT KCS'I- jm deuf to :r,y l- utvi-ty ground 4 oa its NoAburirb Kokd, oue-loH nine from lie c.iv.wusrtii atn prepared to till allortlora pi oittiiiv Hti'l Vi-l.-'i ere, for alivarletn H of FljfT TKKKS urn' oiher i-urry oIjci. I hava now on hauu 20,000 Winrsnp Apples, 15.000 HomS' lieaiHies, And a large assortment of a. I tb leading varieties of APPLE, CHKRR.Y. I'EAU ant FEACII THES.-i, And au extensive and chclce aeiuclion of General Nursery Stee!r. All varieties I garranttse to be true 10 C , O. . 1 ' i. 'i'i.-. a..:ar 5.- i 5 CT o - .liiiBS 'f- i o o ir1 ia mi t . i J l . I l"4 a Ki j... . 1 ' w '- r, a V ' Ik. nmsi o o g. o J V- Ca W. aJ Hi t..l ? 1 I , , Ti.