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THE MONTANA POST, SATURDAY, OCTOBER .^^. 1867
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Hukp('onntcrfeltins^ ^^l^olera at^^'ew York-Tlaxlmlllan'ii Unrla^lions^\o Hilitar) Interference In^Xesiuessee^Fenian*^A Regiment^Dead-tien. S^ otC* Will -Tin- Ital^^ian Troubles^The \at j Sustained
St.Louis Ra^-^^^Tue ^ liolera; Fear^^ful Ka vases^Sheridan's Keoep-^tfon^Riot In Savannah^Three^per Cent Certificates to be Issued^^Public Debt^Troops for West Vir^^ginia^.Tlaxon* in Canada ^ Xliow^f-: Id ridge Dead^A Huge Bank^runt*-j^Commutation Reduced^^The next I'nlon Convention^Hilly^Crows.
TheNashville Officers^Granl h^Resigned^to Providence^ l.oulst^^all a and Alabama vote for Conven^tlona^Stephens and Hunter par^doned^The Italian Revolt spread^111 g General Court .Tlartlal eon^vened^Tlessinore Dismissed ^ Pe^nians up again^Russia crowding^Turkey.
Philadelphia.Sept. 27.^Dr. M. V. Oor^man aid Caroline Ho r ton were arrested last^night, charged with manufacturing bank^notes. Twenty-two thousand five hundred^finished note* were seized. aDd one hundred^rhousand of unfinished. They also captured^platea of note* on the Fourth National Bank^of New York, and fifty cent fractional cur^^rency, together with presses, inks. etc.
Gormanis supposed to be the man who first^issued fractional currency notes. The parties^will have a bearing before the I*. S. Court^immediately.
Bcffalo.Sept. 27.^The American Board^of Foreign Missions is now in tea-ion in this^city. They elf-cted the following officers for^the en.-uing year : President. Mark Hopkins.^D. D.; Vice President. Win. E. Hodge- Ke^cording: Secretary, Rev. John Omans: Treasu^^rer, H. S. Wood: Corresponding Secretaries.^Rer. B. Bmifb, B. Tr:..it, Nathaniel S. Clark.^Geo. W. Wood.
NrwYork, Sept. 27.^Thirty butchers were^arrested yesterday for ^slaughtering within th^^city without permission of the Board of^Health.
Wm.A. Hammond, late Surgeon-General^of the Ann ; is appointed a Professor of Bel-^lone 11^ | n.nl.
TheFii^t Regiment is making preparations^for the reception of Sheridan. Permission is^given to the colored Leagues and organisa^^tions to turn out.
TheoLolera is still violent at Quarantine.^Five deaths have occurred, and fifteen ca^es^are still in tbe hospital.
Ata meeting of the Board of Health, yes^^terday. Dr. Harris said the disease prevalent^en the hospital ship at lower quarantine had^on investigation proved something else, but^bearing a close resemblance to the Black Tv-^phus of Ireland.
Itis reported the tobacco merchants hare^resolved to suspend husiness unless the regu^^lations are modified.
TheSecretary of the Treasury has ordered^that the rule requiring the immediate re-hond-^bonding ul bonded warehouses be suspended^for the present.
Lettersfrom tbe City of Mexice say that^Legethofi is endeavoring to secure the liberty^of Father Fisher, Maximilian's confessor,^whom Maximilian authoriaed to publish all^the correspondence with Napoleon and Ba-^sine, during the intervention of France. It^is said Fisher has recently refused 400.000^francs offered by a French officer tor the docu^^ments.
Itis considered probable thai Marquess i.r^still concealed in the city.
ThePrincess Salm Saltn is living ^ ^Jur^re-^taro, where her husban.; is serving out taB^seven ypars sentence.
Washi.ngtoh,Sept. 27.^.lames Ferguson.^Assistant Astronomer at the If aval Observa^^tory, died to-vlay.
McCullochhas issued an order forbidding^the clerks of his Department furnishing in^^formation to newspaper reporter- relative to^the affairs of his Department, except by special^permission of the Chiefs of Bureaus, under the^penalty of instant dismissal. The order u is^^sued to put a rtop to the mischievous report-^constautly being telegraphed, which injuri^^ously efiect the public credit.
Nashvillf.Sept. 27.^Grant has tele^^graphed to Thnroa-, telling him the militarv^cam;or he used to 'lefeat the Executive of the^State in administering the laws of the State,^and instructing him not to prevent the legal^State force from executing its orders. Thorn^as will therefore sustain the State authorities,^and accordingly the election of officer*, ap^^pointed by the city, has been withdrawn.^Both Conservative candidates have also with^^drawn. The election will be quiet and peace^^ful.
Pbu.aobi.phia,Sept. 27.^Hancock was^tendered the hospitalities of the citv. also a^banquet at tl.e League house. He'declined^both.
Florbucb,Sept. 27.^Serious riots have^broken out at Udine. forty miles from Venice.^Armed bands, clamorous for revolution, pa^^raded the streets. They were composed most^^ly of Garibaldian volunteers, driven from the^Roman frontier by the Italian troops. The^partisans of Garibaldi are creating tumults in^various portions of Italv for the purpose of^obtaining his release. Yesterday they loudly^demanded the release of Garibaldi, and some^violence was done, but nobody injured.
LoHDow.Sept. 27.^The Government has^^lispatched a number of gunboats to guard the^southwestern coast of Ireland.
Cbb-aoo,Sept. 29.^The Times' special at
NewOrleans says there is a majority in favor^of the Convention, but it is thought not a^majority of registered voters, which the law^require*. It is feared, therefore, that the^Convention has failed.
TheTimes' Washington special says it is^understood the President has verbally declined^to grant the Court of Inquiry demanded by^Sickles.
Itis rumored Gen. Slocum will be appoint^^ed Collector of Revenue of Boston.
NewYork, Sept. 29.^The Farmers' and^Citiiens Bank of Williamsburg is officially^declared dead by the Secretary of the Treasury,^and the receiver directed to wind up its af^^fairs.
Acable telegram announces the death of^Peof. Charles King, near Rome.
Gen.Scott's will is just probated. He be^^queaths all his property to his daughter, the^witt ul Col. Scott. The other daughter had^previously received nearly an equalamount.^The Pulaski sword is left to West Point Acad^^emy . The sword worn in Mexico is left to^his grandson. Winfield Scott.
Mcintosh,a partner of Duncan, Sherman A^Co., died lately in Scotland.
TheHerald's special says the coming state^^ment will show a reduction of the public debt^not quite so large as the last.
Thetrial of Jeff. Davis will probably be^considered in the Cabinet before the Attorney^General gives the District Attorney official^advice. J
GeneralSehofield is very ill of billioas^fever.
Theriots in Italy last week were more se^^rious than at first reported. In some cfties^the riots were fierce and obstinate, the troops^being frequently obliged to use the l^::vonet.^They sometimes fired upon the people. Many^citizens and some soldiers were killed nnd a^large numher wounded.
CossTAXTiKorXB,Sept. 29.^The Sultan has^sent a Commission of Inquiry, consisting of^three Turkish and three Greek members, to^investigate affairs in the Island of Candia.
Loxdos,Sept. 29.^During the session of^the Pan-Anglican Synod, the writings of
BishopColenzo wei-p discusser] and con^^temn ed.
Aiham . St-pt. 'J'.'.^Two locomotive* colli^^ded yesterday. Both were nearly demolished.^The engineer was killed.
Chicago.Sept. 30.^The Times'special says,^in regard to the conflict of authorities at the^Philadelphia Navy Yard, the Department hes^issued an official opinion, justifying the ac^^tion of the naval authorities. The Supreme^Court lias repeatedly decided that a State^Court has no jurisdiction in the premises.
St.Loi is, Sept. 30.^The fall races opened^to-day. The attendance was unusually large,^more numerous than on any former occasion.^There were three fine races to-day, including^the hurdle race. One rider was thrown while^leaping the hurdles, and nearly killed.
Chicago,Sept. 30.^Fearful accounts of^the ravages of the pestilence in Texas and^New Orleans continue to reach us. A mem^^ber of the Howard Association stated last^week that there were fifteen thousand cases^then in New Orleans.
Thecholera has been prevailing in St. Louis^to an alarming extent, but the local papersdo^not mention the fact. Private letters say^there have been over 100 deaths iu one day^from the disease.
DiblijiSept. 27.^Fears are entertained^that the Fenians, emboldened by their success^at Manchester, will attempt the release of^Capt. Moriarty, now undergoing his sentence^of imprisonment. The Government is taking^necessary precautions. Forty Fenian
convictsare transfeered to Portland for safe^keeping.
MARSBiLUts,Sept. 27.^Aivices from Con^^stantinople say Omar Pacha has withdrawn^his resignation, and will retain command^Candia.
Galvbstov.-Sept. 27.^Nearly the whole^command of the Fifteenth Infantry, including^Col. O'Connor and wife, have died at this^place of yellow fever.
Chicago,Sept. 28,^The Times' special says^S. F. Rice, formerly a member of the Ala^bama Legislature, applied to be registered un^der the recent amnesty proclamation. The^Board refused under Pope a orders, whereupon^Rice commenced proceedings to test the case^before the Federal Courts.
ThePresident has authorised Hancock to^delay assuming his new command nntil Oct.^15tb, or thereafter, if he deemed proper.
Nashvillb,Sept. 2S._Most of tbe white^voters have declined to vote, but the colored^voters are in considerable numbers. The city^authorities do not recognise the legality of^the election, and will retain their offices until^the question is determined, unless ejected by^the military. Several of the most prominent^lawyers of the State, of both parties, give^their opinion that the election should be held^under the city charter, nnd not under the fran^^chise law.
NewYork, Sept. 30.^Sehridan's reception^o-night was a grand affair. The military^procession composed five divisions, including^one division of colored soldiers. There was^an immense concourse of citizens and mem^^bers of surrounding Leagues. The enthusiasm^was intense. In Sheridan's speech be merely^expressed thanks for the honor.
NewObleams, Sept. 30.^The result of the^election is still doubtful, but the returns from^the country parishes are more encouraging^for the success of the Convention.
Savak!iab,Sept. 30.^A Boston mulatto,^named Bradley, who had been arrested by the^military for swindling the negroes and exci^^ting them to disturbance, held a meeting to^^day of about one thousand negroes, during^which a serious riot occurred. The military^aided the police, cleared the square, disarmed^the negroes, and the city is now quiet. The^militarv remained under arms all night, fear^^ing a fresh outbreak. A number of rioters^were arretted and sent to Fort Pulaski.
Nashville,Sept. 27.^The city authorities^have petitioned Chancellor Harrison far an^injunction to re-train the newly elected city^officials from assuming office^. They will^hnve an early hearing.
TheCommissionerof Registration has noti^^fied Recorder Foster if he did not administer^the oath to the new Mayor the Commissioners^would. It is believed if the officers do not^vacate to-morrow, Gen. Cooper will eject them^by military force.
NewYork, Oct. 1.^The Croton National^Bank was closed by the government and ex^amined to-day under section 46 of the bank^^ing law. Having failed to redeem its circu^^lating notes, a receiver will probably be ap^^pointed to-morrow.
Elevengovernment vessels were sold at auc^^tion to Bay^tfca ship North Carolina for^$30,0t!f. niul thr^ -t-amer Rhode Island for^tTMfM.
Washim.vox.Oct. 1.^The Osage Indians^have writren a letter to the Indian Bureau^Stating a de.-ire to be friendly with the whites.
TbaSecretary of the Treasury to-day issued^a notice that the Assistant Treasurer at New^York bad been instructed to issue three per^cent, certificates as authorized by the act of^Congress in denominations of $50 and $1(^0^each, for the redemption of compound inter^^est notes maturing in October The Septem^^ber accrued interest will be paid in currency.
Boston,October L^A fire on Segrmts^wharf burned the buildings of the Boston Lin^^seed Co.: loss, $100,000. Also the buildings^of the Bay State Sugar Refinery. Loss,^$150,000.^ '
Hamilton.Canaoa. October 1.^The large^mercantile bouse of Buchanan, Hope A Co.^has stopped payment.
NewYobk, Oct. 1.^The steamer Boga from^New Orleans for Philadelphia, was burned at^sea on the 20th. All the passengers were^saved. Three of the crew were burned to^death.
ThePost's special says extensive distillery^frauds have been discovered in Richmond.^Efforts to seize the establishment were unsuc^^cessful, the officers being forced to leave by a^lar^e body of men. Measures have l^een taken^to suppress the establishment. Further trou^^ble is anticipated,
Itis understood the trial of Jeff. Davis was^considered in cabinet meeting to-day.
Thestatement of the public debt to be^issued to-morrow will show no reduction in^the total debt, the principal change being the^increase of gold in the treasury.
Theplace of holding the next National^Republican Convention is being considered^Washington, October 1.
Chicago.Oct. 2.^The times special says^^Tbe War Department has been called on^^through the Freed in en,s Bureau for a detach^^ment of troops in Barbour county. West Vir^^ginia, to aid in tbe preservation of the pence.^A conrpasy has been sent.
'1he first days of the election in Ala., pass^^ed off quietly, as far as known. The voting^is very heavy in view of the fact that the^election lasts three days.
Privateletters show that no lives were lo.-t^in the disaster to the steamer Sacramento.
TheTreasury Department has decided to^remove Meesmorie, deputy Commi.-sionsr of^Revenue.
Lisbon,Sept. 30.^The mail steamer, Rio^brings news that the'eombined land and naval^forces of the allies bombarded two cities in^Paraguay, with what success is unknown, as^the accounts of tbe attack that reached the^Rio^were conflicting.
Toronto,October 1.^James M. Mason, of j^Trent celebrity, has returned to this city, and^will remain some time.
Nashville,Oct. L^The rew city officei^were installed to-day. No disturbance.
TheNew York Herald's Lima correspond^^ent says: The Spanish American Telegraph^Co.. has been accorded the exclusive right for^fifty years, to establish telegraph lines along^the coast.
ThomasEbiridge, United States Hanover^ian Minister, died, Sept. 5th, and was buried^with the honors of a Brigadier-General.
Florence,Sept., 1.^It is rumored there^will be an immediate change iu the Italian^Cabinet.
Caldinisucceeds Ratazr.i at the head of the^government.
Chicago,Oct. 2.^The Tribune's Nashville^special says the Mayor and Aldermen will de^^mand the possession of the offices to-morrow.^If the old Mayor refuses to vacat^ they will^eject him by force.
TbeTribune's Washington special says it is^believed the President intend* to publish the^private letters written by Forney soon after^his inauguation.
Brussels.Oct. 2.^Gen. Prim, tbe Spanish^revolutionist, has been expelled from Belgium^where he had taken refuge.
NewYork, Oct. 2.^A petition has been^filed asking that tbe Memphis it El Pas* Pa^cific Railroad Co. be compelled to go into^bankruptcy. This is the first case relative to^insolvency and bankruptcy on the part of^corporation under the new law.
Granthas issued another order reducing the^price of commuted rations fiom one dollar to^fifty cents. It also reduces the commutation^for quarters from eighteen dollars per month^to nine dollars. This reduces the pay of de^^tached soldiers $21 per month.
R.M. T. Hunter is in Washington, an ap^plicant for pardon. It is likely to be granted,^the application being strongly backed.
Chicagoha^ been agreed upon as the place^of holding the National Republican Con^veuiion.
ATimeti special says J. Francis Chavez,^Republican, is elected Delegate from New^Mexico.
St.Louis, Oct. 2.^The safe of the Mer^chunt's Union Express was robbed in Browns^ville, Nebraska, last night, of $15,000. No^ciue to the robbers.
TbeCrow Indians refuse to meet the Peace^Commissioners at Fort Laramie in November.
Portsmouth,Oct. 2.^The prize fight be^^tween Rocky Moore, of New 'i ork. and Geo.^Rooke, of Providence, for a thousand dollars^a side, come off on one of the islands ani was^a desperate affair. Moore won the twenty^fifth round. The fight lasted over an hour
Florsmcb,Oct. 2.^Official dispatches con^^firm the reports of a revolt in the Papal pro -^vince of Viterbo.
Pbsth.Oct. ft.^A N::p^ paper publishes^documents to show that Kossuth intrigued^with the agents of Russia in '49.
Madrid,October 3.^General Les.-endi has^be*m commissioned Captain-General of Cuba^and sails immediately.
Berlin,Oct. 3.- -Hamburg refuses to join^the Solveren.
London,(Jet. ^A number of Fenian con^^victs have been sent to Australia to serve out^their term of sentence.
Themembers of the Masonic order gave a^grand dinner at Gravesend last night, to the^officers of Furrrngut's flag ship.
Lisbon,Oct. 3.^Later advic-s lrom South^America give no intelligence of the r^un f ;, invented a species ot
therecent bombardment of Paraguayan forti- j ,^,JaV_
fications. The allied fleets are Iying^inactive^off Umatilla.
PENAND SCISSORS.^General Items.
Removingthe rock from Hock Inland^Kapids. in the Mississippi, has commenc^^ed. The jKvwerful chisels were tested a^few days ago, and at one drop sank four^feet into the solid rock. The chisel^weighs eight thousand poundsanu drops^thirty feet.
Thestory is heavier than the chisel.
Twelveof the thirty two torts around^Washington are regularly garrisoned.^The rest are dismantled, hut the owners^of the property on which they wen-^built, preserve them.
Theman who invented the Prussian
St.Louis. Oct. 3.^Thomas B. Noell died^to -day.
Washington,Oct. S.^On account of the j^projected improvement of the Arsenal grounds^the bodies of tbe assus.-ins and conspirators '^were removed and re-interred in another por- j^tion of the grounds. It therefore seems that i^the gov't does not intend to surrender the |^bodies to their math es. Booth. Payne, Aze- i^rott, Harold, Mrs. Surrutt and Win were j^buried in one grave.
Ageueral court martial is ordered to con- i^vene at Vicksburg for the trial of General ,^Kautz, composed of General's Arnold, Gillen, ',^Burbank. Wilkins. Ruger. Ca-s. Gilbeit and^Brevet Colonel Goodfellow as Judge Advo- |^cate.
Alabamagives a majority for a convention:^few whites voting.
Theyellow fever is disappearing at Mobile^rapidly; also at the Tortugas.
TheAttomey General has prepared an ela^^borate opinion sustaining Secretary Welles in^regard to the conflict of authorities at Phil^^adelphia.
Extensivefrauds have br^n perpetrated iu^using revenue stamps once cancelled. The^Department is considering a plan of manu^^facturing stamps so that the cancelling words^cannot be removed. %
Florence,Oct. 3.^The rebels hold many^points of the province of Viterbo Bad await^tli^ attack of the Pontifical troops.
LondonOct. 4.^It is reported that a^policeman has b^^en killed in Rochdale l^v the^Fenians.
Apoliceman wus attacked and nearly kill^^ed in this city by a gang of Irishmen last^night. These events, in connection with the^recent occurrences is Manchester, Ireland,give^rise to the rumor of a new and wide spread^Fenian uprising.
Vienna,Oct. 4.^The Catholic Udiops of^Austria have met in Congress nn^l declared^opposition to any change in the conconlat^now established between Rome and Austria.
London,Oct. 4.^The Turkish government^has made an apology to the American em^^bassador at Constantinople for the bssbH to^one of the messengers attache*] to the United^States Consulate.
TheEmperor of Russia has demanded of^the Sublime Porte the cession of the Inland of^of Candia to Greece.
Han'OkkkciiikfFi.iktatioxs.^ Draw^^ing across the lips^Desirous oi getting^acquainted.
Drawingacross the eyes^1 am sorry.^Taking by center^You are too wil^^ing.
dressor covering for the soldier, which^renders him impenitrable to the hall of^the needle gun. or nny other gun! What^next
Napoleanhas paid a delicate compli^^ment to the United States in naming the^iron clad ram Dunderberg. the Roeham-^beau. It was Count Rochambeau who^commanded the French auxiliaries that^aided tbe Americans iu capturing York-^town.
Dr.Crosby, of New Haven, vho in^^vented the machines for making pins,^has perfected another which turns out^a perfect needle without tbe touch of a^human hand, except in tempering the^wire.
Horacetireeley admits that ' thous^^ands^ have stopped tbe New York Vri^In-us since he became the ^best man^^for Jeff. Davis. Breckinridge ^ Co.^Horace also expresses the opinion tiiat^^God, f^^r some inscrutable purpose, per^^mits^ editors to differ with him !
Moreepitaphs are written to show the^wir or genius of the living than To j^er-^p- tuate the memories of the dead.
Imperialdust^The Dayton EmpSrt^newspaper, Mr. Vallandighain's organ,^is dead^suspended^, unlike the gentle^^man it supported.
Arecent compilation shows the^amount of life and accident insurance in^this country to be nearly $1,200,000,000.
The3^^ tat. a copperhead sheet in MiN^waukee. urges a combination to abolish^the Christian Sabbath.
Thepetroleum wells of Italy are very^prolific, nnd their product is the first^quality.
The^ru ulifir . Imericai' throws doubt^on the practicable economy of petroleum^for fuel.
Thereis a Fiench gun at the Paris^Exposition, weighing 74.000 pounds.^Thirty-five horses were required to^draw it.
WhatIs it that haatwobn}|d^trees, two animals, and two fi e^^^r.^human body^viz: two teirmi *V^palms, two calves, and twoaol *
Sailors, though not g^nerall^^cal class t^f men, are alwaV *^sound tin- C correctly.*bsg.
Whatis the difference l*uwe*^niony and a honey-con;!r , :^of little cells: the other isonelll^^Why art* the volunteers like I1 ^^son^ The last thing he did w^lor his country, and that is tl,e^^,0^i^thin; thej- intend doing.
Abore, meeting D.-.u^Usj^^ Well, what ^ going
roldsaid, darting past the intL
Providence.Oct. 2. ^Twenty-two thousand^dollar* in Government bonds were abstracted^from the cashier^e de^k of the First National^Bank to-day.
Sheridanhas accepted an invitation to visit^Providence on the 22d.
Washington.Oct. 2.^Officers aWnt from^their commands, serving in the Fifth Milita^ry District, are authorized to remain until^further notice from army headquarters.
Wm.Niblo purchased the splendid library^of Dr. Uawes. It contains four thou.-:wid^volumes. He presented it to the New York^iii-torical Society.
TheCommercial Adverti^or says : Among^some of the foreign bankers appreheasion is^telt that embarrassments may occur in the^continental money markets from the critical^condition of their credit.
*:a*hvillb,Oct. 3.^Chancellor Harrison^declined to grant the injunction asked by^Mayor Brown against the newly elected offi^bbbjs. Gen. Cooper, commanding the State^militia, demanded possession of the office and^archives. Brown submitted to military force^A large crowd collected in the public square^and cheered Brown as he left the office. No^signs of a riot were manifested-
Florence,Oct. 2.^Intelligtnce is received^of quite a serious revolutionary demonstra^^tion by the partisans of Garribaldi at Viterbo.^The latest dispatches, however, announce the^outbreak quelled and the city tranquil.
Lonion, Oct. 2.^No further dispatches rel^^ative to the recent disturbance in Italy are^received. Many wild report* are afloat. It^said a serious revolt bas broken out in Rome^and the i'ope has been obliged to fly to Civita-^Yechia.
TheOpinion, tlie semi-official journal at^Florence, says Rome belongs to Italy without^she has broken the treaty.
Farragutarrived to-day and was received^with marked civilities.
Buchanan^ Co., a firm largely engaged in^jhe American trade, has stopped payment.^The liabilities are unknown.
Washington,Oct. 3.^Henry Howard, an^attachee of the British Legation, was married^to-day to Miss Cecilia Riggs.
Grant,in a recent conversation with two^Republican Congressmen, in reply ts a direct^question, raid : ^ If it should appear the will^of Providence and the desire of the American^people that he should be President, he would^not feel at liberty to resist the one or disap^^point the other.
Oen.Moore telegraphs Grant that the Con^^vention has been called in Louisiana by a^^mall majority.
Adispatch from Montgomery says one hun^^dred thousand votes have been cast, nearly^all by negroes and all in favor of the conven^^tion.
TheBranch Mint in Charlotte, N. C, will^soon be put in operation for assaying pur^^poses only. It is represented the receipts of^gold at this mint are on the increase from^Carolina and contiguous States.
Boston,Oct. 3.^Chas. Dickens telegraphs^he will come to this country and give a series^of readings, commencing on tho first of De^^cember.
Chicago,Oct. 3.^The Times' special says^the Intelligencer officially denies the state^^ments that Judge Underwood and District^Attorney Chandler have consulted the Gov^^ernment relative to the trial ot Jeff Davis.^The Government bas taken no action in tba
TheNavy Depart^^ment will incorporate a limited number of j matter and contemplate none^engineers into the regular service. Persons^serving not lees than three years during the^rebellion can make application for examina^^tion and forward the letter to the board of^examination now in session at Philadelphia.
Gen.Hardee, Inspector General, has been^ordered to Fort Larned.
Gen.Barry, Colonel 2d Artillery, is ordered^to tbe Department of California.
London,Sept. 30.^It is reported on the^continent that Napoleon has addressed the
SecretaryBrowning has returned. He em^^phatically contradicts the story that he is^about to resign.
ThePresident bas pardoned Alex H Ste^^phens and R. M. T. Hunter.
TheCabinet to-day sustained the position^of Secretary Welles relative to the conflict of^authority at Philadelphia.
Quitea spicy debate occurred on the ques^^tion of making uniform hours of clerical
iservice in all the Departments. McCulloch^sovereigns of the South-German States on the ^ Qrant f^Tored eight hours. Seward and^subject of their relations with the Prussian Welles bitterly opposed it.^Cabinet, urging German unity. The Emper^^or asks southern potentates to pledge them^^selves not to pass the Main, and merge their^country in a new confederation north.
ThePan-Anglican Synod has issued an ad^^dress condemning the rationalism of popery.^Mario is latterly seeking to promote unity in^the church.
Flobe m i'k, Sept. 30.^Garabaldi has re^^fused to give parole not to renew hostilities^against Rome.
bitterlyopposed it. McCulloch pro^^duced the law passed thirty years ago, which^has not been repealed, providing eight hours'^service from Oct. to April. Tbe law has been^openly violated for 15 years.
Baltimobb,Oct. 3^The Sun says i The^quota of arms due to Maryland from the Gov^^ernment amounts to $24,000. Stanton agreed^to furnish two batteries of six guns each.^Grant not having carried out the agreement,^Gov. Swan purchased a single battery of six^guns.
DroppingWe will be friends.^Twirling in both hands^Indirl'ciw^^Drawing across the cheek^I love^you.
Drawingthrough the hands^1 hate^you.
lettingit re*t on the right cheek^^\*es.
Lettingit rest on left cheek^No.^Twirling in left hand^I wish to get^rid of you.
Twirlingin right hand^I love an[^ther.
Foldingit^1 wish to speak with you.^Over the shoulder^Follow me-^Opi^osite corners in both hands^Wait^for me.
Drawingacross the forehead^\\ ^-are^watched.
Placiugon right ear^You have^changed.
Placingon left ear^I huve a message^for you.
Lettingit remain on the eye^You are^cruel.
Windinground tore fingei^I am en^^gaged.
V\indinirround third finger^( am^married.
N.13.^Practici' makes perfect.
Huhto^ret np a European Vfur.
Francecontinues to change her arma^^ment ; and as soon as the troops have all^received the Chasseoot rifle, which they^are as yet far from having done^that is^to say. about next spring^we shall prob^^ably hear of trouble with Prussia,^which will go on getting worse till the^parties come to blows on some subject^which nobody has as yet ever heard of.^The OOOTbb pursued when two great^powers are ^ spoiling lor a fight^ is^usually to get up a correspondence on^some trifling matter, and then, in the^middle of it, No. 1 asks No. 2 what he is^arming for. No. 2 replies that it is not^arming: on the contrary it has observed^with regret that No. 1 is arming, but^did not like to speak of it. No. 1 rejoins^that it. cannot be deceived in a matter^of this sort, and must take the proper^precautions ; No. 2 declares that it can^^not possibly support the burden of the^armament that the performances of No.^2 lias imposed on it. and begs that it will^at once disarm ; No. 1 pronounces this^most extraordinary language and appeals^to Europe to judge between them, sends^in an ultimatum and then No. 2 crosses j^the frontier and the ball opens.^Ni M^Republic.
Onthe l*t of August, 186.5^when our^Volunteers had not yet been paid off and^our Army reduced to Peace footing^our ,^ascertained National debt exceeded the '^funds in the Treasury by the gigantic^amount of f2,757,788,36o. It has since :^been reduced to $2,492,783,365- Actual-!^ly paid off, $264,905,206, or very nearly j^one tenth of the total.
Whoever,therefore, asserts that we^can never pay fairly and fully, does so in l^the teeth of the fact that in the last two
TheBlack Crook^a day.
Amachine in New Haven makes 100^fish hooks a minute from a coil of wire.
Abouttwelve and a half million was^spent last year upon the Suez Canal.
LhtateEuplu mia Pocahontas Spotted^Tail, daughter ol the distinguished Spot^^ted Tail, of the aboriginal persuasion,^is receiving her education, with piano^and other accompaniments: at Omaha.
Geo.D. Prentice has ceased to write^much if any editorial lor the Louisville^.Jnnriml. It is more unreconstructed^than lie is.
Thereis an editor in Minnesota who^weighs 642 pounds. Il-uj name is Frank^Dagget.and he derives sustenance from^the Wabashaw Herald.
Mrs.Lander entered drama when |^years old.
JohnB. (rough has engaged to amuse^and instruct 168 audiences this winter.
BelleBoyd is not making a great suc^^cess on tbe St. Louis stage.
SinceH. O. went bail for J. D., seven^or eight (white) babies have b^en named^after him in Alabama.
KlihuBurritt. the learned blacksmith,^intends to settle in Connecticut-^Dickens was only twenty-nine on his^former visit to America, aud is now^nearly fifty six.
WilliamCulleu Bryant is to write lor^the resurrected Putnam.
SebaSmith. '^Jack Downing.^ is in^poor health at Potahogue, L. I.
ThurlowWeed has bought Major Wil^^liams' interest in the new suspension^bridge at Niagara falls for $30,000.
TheMenken's diary is to furnish the^material for Dumas' new novel.
JeffDavis has taken his daughter^from the Canadian convent, where she^was being educated from a fear that she^would become a Catholic.
Itis said that James Gordon Bennett,^of the New York UeraM, has had a^slight stroke ot paralysis.
HenryJ. Raymond, of the New York^Time*, and Park Goodwin, of the Etc-^ninij Po*t, have returned from Europe.^Humorous.^There is a small Episcopal church in^Philadelphia called by church-going cit^^izens ^ The Church of St. James the^Less.^ Irreverent street boys, however,^style it ^ The Little Jimmy.^ Another^church in the same city, to the construc^^tion of which Jay Cooke contributed^largely, is known as ^The Church of^the Holy Five-Twenties.
Camp Meeting John^ is credited^with the following : A Baptist preacher^objected to the Methodist policy that^there was too much machinery to it. A^veteran of a hundred camp meetings re^^torted, ^ Yes, there is a good deal of^machinery, but it don't take so much^water to run it as the Baptist does.
Speakingof the partiality of the bron^^chitis for the clerical profession, the^Providence Journal says : ^ It rarely at^^tacks a clergyman whose salary is less^than $2,000, or whose congregation is^not wealthy.
Aletter was received at Eldorado post
Hewho has an inordinate Ht\^for antiquity must have more u'f*^wrinkles than dimpled.
Pray,madaui, why^your old hen Macdutl .^I want her to lay on.^* I
Ayoung lady at lx^ng Branch^ported as ^clothed in laupliinffeT *^a bewitching smile.^ J,i^|lt ^(.a;'^ S:
Whatis the difference between'^ber and a mother '.' One has raz* ,^shave, and the other has Subvm^11^raise.
Itwas a happy phrase of soaahaj,^call the writings of the bri,thm^~a^*^the Buh-urlx of British literature
Whenwas Roth rude to Boaz- %i^she pulled Ids cars and stood,,.^corn.
Ithas been discovered thai thi^the world is not Ctimming.
Sincethe Rebellion, grey is known^a subdued color.
Whyis a lame dog like a boy at a*^metic^ Because lie puts down ^^and carries one.
r'Kot^^!^[^^^.s ov Tin; DIbTEICI^OF the FIHST judicial MbUm^ji ihje hez. U hosmek 1^hksiihn(. '^John A Kelly et al vs James And*r*oB .^al, dismissed at plaintiff's cost. JBr'
executoron estate of Kenna, dee d
GeoW liowe, continued until next t^a^Wm House et al vs Norwegian Ditch Co cot^tinned nntil next term. Chas ^ bin VV\^Weston et al, continued until nsxt tea^Warren Hussey et al ts A F Weston, conn:^ued until next term. B F Allen et al ts Lj,^ho Gold Mining Co., continued until m^term. Jas Hilton vs Thos Francis MesrW^continued until next term. 0 C Flamm* ^^Louie, alias Louis Regale, contiaued utt.!^next term. Jas Leslie vs A C Dodgs 4^judgment for [diintiff for $110 50 and eo*^Peter Daly vs Barney Hughes, coitinael m^til next term. W H Keith et al vs Kstk^Bachelder et al. continued until next tern.^Dan tfeigel et al vs Nmil House, contii^nntil next term.
Moudny,SepteunVr 3v. Iw;.
Jamesriammell vs James AleEvily, et^.^judgment in favor of plaintiff for $433.41 a*^co*^ts. George N Stager vs JasseaH Smith,^al: continued until next term. 0 D Smit!^vs George N Stager etal; continued untilnw-^term. Michael Tic^ vs Anna Vabton stsl^judgment in favor of plaintiff, for $941 tec^costs. Joseph 0 Hawel vs A J Oliver et ^!^continued until next term at cost of d*ienu^ants. Neil Howie plff vs N R Maxie et^continued until next term. John Kearne.^vs A V Corey; striken from docket al pit^co.ct. Wm Fairweathor et al v* J W Thorny^son et al; judgment for $1,000 and injunctk:.^made perpetual. Samuel M Frank et ah^^Jahn Hermann et al: judgment in favor ol^plfi for $2,793 and costs. Hez L fJosraerr-^the Hosmer Gold A Silver Mining Co; con^^tinued until next term. A J Snitler vs jassB^Cook et al. continued until ne^t term. V^B Dance vs T C Evert^ et al; continued until^next term. Joseph Griffith et al ts Luca-^Mining* Co: continued until next tprm
TuesdayOctober 1st. 18C7.
WatsonB F.irr vs John^continued until next term.^v^ Dwigbt N Weber et al^next term.
Bromdcillet si:^Thorna* 1..:^continued until
WilliamNowlan vs George Chrisman; coi^tinued until next teim. J A Carlileetal m^Francis Wilson et aux; coutinued until ner^term. James McPhee vs Golden Ore Minin:^Co; continued until next term. Luriu* I^Peck vs Josiah A Carlile; continue! unti.^next term.
Thursday,October 3, 1807.^E M Moore v* Nelson MiningCo; continsM^until next term. City of Virginiat.^ iiriffitl^A Thompson: continued until next term^Philip Deidebheimer vs Julius Bu^-ch: col^tinued until next term. R G Emerson vjJobi.^B Lawrence; verdict rendered for plaiDtifffo-^$8,500. John II Rogers vs ExcLdor Men^tana Mining Co: continued until next tern.^John A Nelson vs the Nelson Mining Co; con^tinued until n^^xt term. William Clark ^^John A Nelson: continued until next term^William A Mitchell vs A J Snider; continsa
untilnext term. John A Nelson vsCir
penter;continued until next term. Jsi t^Black et al vs Charles Hull; continued ur t;^next term. George Standifer et al vs Mii^-^Durkee et al; continued until next term- J^McKay et al vs Peter Daly et al; continue'^until next term. Jesse F Cochran et al ^ J^G Spratt et al: continued until next tersi^William Hou^e vs John A Culver: continue^until next term.
LccirsS. Pbck.^Clerk 1st Judicial Dist. Couu
HIDoiKarej the Horse Tin
years,with a large military force, nearly
halfour country ravaged by four years . office the other day, addressed to ^Jacob^of desolating Civil War, our industry Wearingh. the Man that married my
disorganized,ten States out of gear, the^passions of the late conflict still active, j^and with poor harvests, we have paid a^tithe of the sum, and that without there-,^by sending one child hungry to bed.
Ofcourse, we can do far better hence-^forth. ^ It is the first step that costs,^ i^and we have taken that bravely and 1^successfully. When any villain sug^^gests some slimy mode of cheating the i^National creditors, let assay, ^(^etthee
sister.He is bow-legged, drives a span^of wee mares, chaws tobacco, and is^duch.
Oneof the lady teachers in the indus^^trial school at Petersburg, Virginia, was^recently questioning her pupils from^Scripture, and asked, ^ Who died for^you V To which a little fellow shouted^in reply, ^Abraham Lincoln.*
Howan old maid always eyes a single^gentleman! She looks at him j ust as one
behindme, Satan I ^ and press steadily 1 does s dog in dog days^wondering whe
therhe intends to bite
AnEnglish paper thus refers to it: A^correspondent has favored us with *^copy of the will ot J. S.Karey,the famous^American horse tamer. The document^is truly characteristic of the late deceas^^ed, inasmuch as special beqMtfl are^made of several horses, whom he men^tions by name and bequeaths to variooi^members of his family. The celebrated^horse Cruiser, by the taming of whom b*^^mainly made his reputation, he leaves to^his brother, Frederick Rarey.but Cruiser^is not to be used for any other purpose^than as a stallion, nor for any purpose^^of exhibition, but he is to be kept an^^remain on the farm where he now is^and within the stable and enclosure^now occupied by him. or similar one*,^as long as he lives. The will proceeds^The said stallion Cruiser must be wel'^taken care of by the said Frederick Ra^^rey and heirs.'and must never be sola^by either my said brother or any of h^^heirs. And I hereby make it a sp^-1*1^charge and incumbrance on all that part^of my homestead farm lying east of tin-^canal, so long as my said stallion Cruiser^shall live, that the said enclosure and^stable now occupied and to be occupied^l^v him on the said part of the said farm^shall be kept in good repair and comf^^^table and safe condition, and that th*^said Cruiser shall, as long as he lives. N^furnished with suitable and sutfif^^^Ilt^food and other provisions for his com^torts. It appears that Mr. R*1*^ JJ^a large property in America, and h^^^remembrance of a large number of reja^tires shows that his heart war. B^right place.