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I T1IE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
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"pnOPOSALS FOR TOBACCO,
Oft ici DtroT Comtiniar or Scaiim-ci, I
. . . . Wahimtm, D C.Sopt ,,. I
toiUA Propta In dnclle.U, of tb form UtmUM
br lb aiJmlf , will b r"-.lT4 kt Ikl villi
ll o'clock. ,oaTHUBDAr,Xhl&iUt for
(6 000) FlVk TH0UIAHD POD N DA OF TOBAC0H.
for tbt ih of tb troop ippt4 from tbl 4tpoi, It
mnatb a food, ion bit trtlcl ( plat lbu,uiu
a ponlblt la ilarU pouid pUfff, aai ofaqaallir aot
lareriortoibrdconmalr ealld "JTarr Plif
Tb boitt will b mad of ttreif, labttaatiU mi,
wall oopid( aa4 Mh box to aoaUla Ulj (5Q1 poaa4
sat. Tar lo V rall acrtala4 bTtrlpplac
afflUotiumbref bit Tb tobaa will b Ihor
obi hly lairt4 bjr aa iprtB4 opart. aa4 aoa
rtcld hlh 4o aol comply la qialitp aa4 waif bt
wttb thforKolffcoadUIoa. la all taa II will b
parehiMd "Tat paid."
HamplM will ateompaar lb prpoaU, aad lb tr
UBeal of tb tttptetor MlMttd by lb iadrala4 WUI
b attacb4 to ach bill of parthM.
Th aim of lb oatractor and 4at of traafcr, ffrou
w ait aa4 Ur, to bo markd lf Ibly oa ob bos t a
balfto b 4)lTr4 wHhla tblrtj Jay from tb aept
aac of tb bid, aad th rmai4r bofr lb 1Mb of
It will b rMlr4 la tbl ltr at ltbr of tho folHw
AtthcaoToramvatWartboaM, 81x1b tmtwbarfi
at th woaamcDl Oroaidi, PoarUatk lrtt or at tb
Baltimore aad Oblo Bal road Dpot
rarmtat to b mad la aath fad a maf b oa baad
for dUboraitt. opoa tb dtt.r.rT of b aillra
amount contract ad for 0 BILL,
mI et Major aodC. B.P.B Army.
Orrioi DaroT Conmimart or BcHtmaci, I
. Wamwotm, D G..Bapt , 16fl.
Ra14 Fropoiali of lb form faralibod by tb aadtr
Uod. wfllb rMolrod, It tfip.leitc.UBtil TUESDAY,
thaUthofSaptanbar. IM8, alls m ffor all tb Proak
Bf aad Halloa rtqalrod for tko at of tb troop, aad
alltbCorad Bffor al or Uas allaorollowlaf
pUc.., vlit WaiblBftoa, D 0.1 AUxtadrta, Ta.( Port
Waiblaftoo, Md I Port Pool, aid ; Port Wblpplo.Va..
and tb OoTerBBMBt Parm,Bt Mary't eooalr, Md
Tropo-al will alto bo roelrd for all lb Proak Bf
required foraaU looaloara aoppllodfrom tb Waaklaf
toa Dtpot Tola Bf will b of tho flaoat qaallty, of
aalMt part, both from th bind qaarUra aad th rlba
Allth mat wlllb aobjoct to a rlfld latpaetloat to
b o' oxellaat markatabl qaatlty aad la aaaxaap
llonabl ood l Hon. Th Proah Bof roqalrad for tb
troopa, uf oqnal proportloaa of for aad Mad qotrUra,
nacka ahaoka,and kldaar tallow aot relvd
la all eaaca, if th maat la not aatltfattory, parabaaa
la lha opa market will bo mad at th xpaa of lb
Th aontractor will bo required to dellf er lb meat at
th atore hoaaeo at tb plate aamtd, where ho will
dlatrlbnto It la aach qaaatltlea, aad at aoah tlmea, a aa
offleer of the Sabolateaee Departmeat may dlreet
¶l propoaala will be reoelr4 for aapplylaf
ab or aay a amber of Ibo bImto-named plaoe
Bidder mnat b pretent at th opeataf of tko bid.
'aruetit to bo mad at thla ofle moathly, for all
meat parefaaied, except that dllTrd at lb Oovra
meat karma, wbteh will be paid for by tbo Aatlaf Com
miliary of Sabalatoo al that plae
All qaoatlooa rpetlof qoallty aad eoadttloa will
b tattled by theoflcer of tb SabelaUae Departmeat
reclf Uf lb meat
The contract will bo mad for alx moatba from the let
day of October, ISM, or aach period a lb Commlaaary
General maj detarmlao
BtJamoalbo tndoraed "Tropoeala for at
," and add retted to th aadnlfa4
ee8-flt 0 BILL, Cl.U B. A.
ProDoaala will be replead al tha oBea at ladlaa
I Affaire, Waahlafrtoa, D C , BBlll II o'clock boob of
Bept ember 84, IBM, for eobelMoace for tbo Wlcbltaa aad
other affiliated bande of Indiana ta lb "Loaaed Dla
trlct, ItdUn Territory,
i um oiaa win o mi ma maco per rauoa, aa rouowat
1 pound of Preab Beef.
of a poand of Floor, or In Hep of Floor
1 olatof Cora. (Plonr aod Cora to bo leaned alter-
qnana oi eaii per iuu ration!
To b dallvarad at anah twlnt wttfila iKa fjiaad
I DIttrict' ' aa mar be dealtnataJ hr the arant alatlaaed
I there , and all art Idea to be laapected by tali agent.
The department reeerrea the rlitht to releet alt blda.
I and, If a contract la entered lato, tb rlf ht will be re-
j Rrn to I'rmiDiii id aaroa on iniriy aaja noiiaa, ai
anr time after tb 3M of March, 1M7
rropoaaie win aito d received, at id earne time aad
vlao. for reioorlar. at ao much ir head. 1.700. more or
!, of Wlcbltaa aad other aOllaied baa la from their
preaeal aiteocr la Butler eoontr, Kama, to their former
home la tbo ''Leaaed Dtetrlct ' a dUtaaco of about
SAO mllea aach removal to loclado tbo eobelatenee of
th eald Iodlana while belnf ramored
aaZ7 wdw CommUaloaor
RADY'S NATIONAL PnOTO-
Nearly oppoalt Oraeo Qharoh.
Mr Bradr hat oa view and for aala al hla Gallerv. aa
TOKTBAITB UF ALL OPriCIKB
of both larvlcat, who bare dlttlofrnlibed tbemielrea Ib
th tale war Th aliea vary from earU dt vUU4 lo
ib atiaiiioaio nio Taneaaaaonmeaioi iiaeneaaea, air.
Brady be a
lUL.L.&WlUfl MW YIBWB
of almoat every polal mad blatorie la lb reaent eoa
flcl, whlehlt may b preanmed will be valaed by aot
only thoa more Immediately eoo earned, bat tbelr
frleada, a mmatoeaof th trial e throof h whlea th
aatloa baejaat paaatd
r nraay aiwaya payo ooaaiaaraoi aiieouoa w
ThB&walvlof PORTRAITS Iff PORCXLAlH ku
lj bee broatbl by Mr Brady to prfeetloa apSlf
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
Uhitid Statb Patiiv Orrioa,
Oa the oetltloB of John R Moffllt. of Chelaea. Maaaa.
' ebntette, pruerly of Piqaa, Ohio, previa f for Ih x
teaaloa of a patent f ranted to blm oa tho 30tb day of
Ifovmbr, lSo3,foraa Improvement la Ore's Beparn
i tore, ana reuiuea on too ma oar or aty, v o inre
! dlvlalooa. A, B, and C, numbered reapecllvoly 713, 710,
and 717, tbla petition belnf lor th txtenelOB of th re
letoo B, numbered 716 for eeven yeare from Ibe expira
tion of eald patent, which takaa place oa the 30th dav
of November, 1S69,
itiaoraerea inat in eaia peuiioB do neero at in
Patent Offle oa MOHDAT, tbo Ulh dar of Hovember
oext, at 12 o'clock, ta and all pereoae are notified to
appear aad afaow ceuao, If any they have, why aald
petition oof ht aot to bo granted
Tereona oppoalaf the oxtcneton ar required to file
lathe Patent Office their objccllooa, ipaclaily aet forth
la writing, at leaat ttetntu day before th day of boar
log ( all teitlmoay filed by either party, to be need at
tho eald hearing, moat b takaa ana transmitted la aa-
ooratBC wiin e rniee oi in gnci, woica win oo iur
Dlehed on application
BepoaltUn aad other papera. relied opoa aa teitl
moay, matt be filed In th oOco iwtnty deja before lb
day wrhcarlagt th argomeate, If any, wllhlafen daja
after filing th teatlmony
Ordered, alto, that tble notice bepubllthed la tb Ra
rPiLioiR and Ih InttlUgtnctr, waahlagtoa, D 0 ,
and In tb Journal, Boton, at attach u telle, once a week
for throe aaacaealv week the firat of eald pnblleatlpa
to bo at laaet alxty dri prevloui to tho day of heartaf
Commtaaloaar of Pateata
P B Editor of tb above paper will plea copy,
aad nod their Mill to th Patent Offle with a paper
containing thla notice toft law3w
DEPARTMENT Or TJIeTnTERIOU,
Uritid Stati Patipt Orriri,
Wabrikitox, Aog 9, IStHt
On the petition of Etepben G Mcndenball, of Bleb
mood, lad . prarlog for tho attention of a patent
f ranted to blm lh ih day of November, IMS, lor aa
mprovement In Modoof Throwing Shultlea In Loo mi,
for eoven yeara from the expiration of aald patent, which
lezoe p-iaca on iu u my oi floiinnr looo.
It la ordered that the eald petition be beard al tho
Patent Otllceon MONDAY, tho M day of October next,
at IS o'clock m i and all peraona are no tilled to appear
and ahuw cauae, If any they have, wbyaald petition
mil ht nut l. ba ranted
Perauoe oppoainx the extenelon are required to (lie la
th Patent t'flloe their oLjecllont, apeclally eel forth In
writing at leattfioeafvaaja befor thoday of bearing
all tettluooy nled by either party, to be mad at tb
aaid bearing, matt be taken and traaemltted In accord
ance with tb rnlea of tha offlee, which will be fur
nltbed on application
Depoaitlooa and other papera, relied upon aa tettl
monj. mnat be filed In th offle funned ay a before tb
day of bearing . lb argument!, If any, wlthla (i daye
after filing the teatlmony . ......
Ordered, alio, that tble nolle b publlibed lathe
RtvuhUcan and InUlllfftnetr. Waahlagtoa, B C , and
la ibe Palladium, hlehu.ond, led ,oneo a week for
three ancoeaalvo week; tho Drat of aald pobllcatloaa to
be at Unit alxty daa prarloaa lo tho dar of bearing
Commtaaloaar of Pateata
P R Xitltnvan (i atiAVa EIDIII will OleaaO COPT.
asdeend their bllle loth Patent Offle with a paper
containing thla nolle aali-wSw
W B Coopib. , . a JRAA
COOPER & RAGAN,
(Sueeettore of JacBklrvlag,)
6TOVR, TIN AND BIIEIT-IRON-WORKIRB,
497 Eleventh Utreet, above Penn'a Ave ,
Particular attention paid to repairing Pirate!,
Ii fit, Parloi fiutuif i i ui all woik waxiMtii,
r Bridget' mwlf i aadMinb Mm dear Teddy
Tr tho Joy of a life aad I lor yer alraadr j
Bat math harder 14 lov ye from jr head to yartooa,
Yea awat Tartl-dov yea, If yor'4 gat com aw
o f wlat dowa th at a rate, Jiot to beat ap a athor,
Wbla who ohoald 1 mat bat Timothy Moor i
"Por BwelotbeePmfrettiBf,Tlm,wbereehatlI goM'
"Why ti aaer yor'U be gettlag atlmlth Brother
Tbla for fear 14 bo lat I mad hut to lolth'e ethon,
II 1 oa tlvlat athraU, a amber fear lxtbyfoari
Aad for mighty fw freeabacka t got a wholo nit.
With bob of yr aoam-erMke a4 haadeom to boot
I hava'l boa dhriaklag , bat falx I meat laugh
He, ha, I am thlaklBf f me fooled boHhr half,
Ao I walked ta m hoaao, la ma Imllh Brother aalt i
flo I ' Klaa mo, owato mo ' ot oh " Oct oat, yr
at brat '
hodlda'tkaow m from Adam, o tokapoapthojeko
set i "Kaar madam no poor heart yoa bar broke j"
Tbla aho whacked m a aeorlaf aeroe m pog aoeo,
Oat th blood m a poarlag and raa dowa to m to.
"Oeb. Biddy, bow eroei lite ye- wa Ted Jy yer've
M ale aIothlBf,awat Jewel, yr1if baa oafonaded.M
Ifyer'd enjoy metamorphoae, ther' bal on plaa I
01 a aalt or alee elotke at Smith Brother Co.
SMITH BROS. CO
A BiAttaa tx
01RTS PUR5IIHIB0 OOOBS.
444 aevealh atreet.
Jait reeelved, the largeet Bad laealetoek of PUCS
00ODS ever offend la th city of Waahlag toa. Having
eeenred lb beat artliUla th ally, w ar prepared to
make apta the Plaeet Stylo, aad at lower price thaa
PM 8., B. CO.
AfiTAL ; tx,ooo
OrtIC Ho ISO Bro.dw.r, T.
Tbt. CoBpo.r I.anrM .11 kl.4. of B.lldl.f a, IIoaM
h.U r.r.U.r., U.r.b..dlM( V.M.I. U Port. ft.d olk.r
Frop.rt7 ., .it Lo.. by Plr.
MARCUS r MODQla.
EOB1RT W MI8B1T,
jnsKPB B TODMO,
. P. OILBI1T,
JAMU L bfOROAH,
OBOROI P KMBITT,
Jons . LlrTIKOWILL,
X. B WUL1T,
oioRoi t rrlOMAS,
AMniLM. CRAFT, tfT
).! MABCTI P. nODOH, Pr.i'l.
ARINE AND FIRE INSURANCE.
MKTK0P0UTA9 IHI01ABCI COMPART,
2fo. lOtBaOADWAT, NawYoax
CASn CAPITAL .TToitl MILLION DOLLARS
A881T8, JAHDARY, IM. 11,043,904 98
Tbl Compear tnanree, al caatomary rateo of pro
RISES oa CARGO or PRIIODTf alao agalaat loaa or
damage by P1RE.
IP PRIMIDM8 AR1 PAID IN OOLD, L088RS WILL
Bl PAID IN OOLD.
Tho aaanrod recelr7Apr cent, of th act prof la
wltboat Incurring aay liability, or, la Ilea thereof, at
their optloa, a liberal dlaeooal apoa tho premlam
All loeaea equitably adj sated aad promptly paid.
Scrip Dividend, declared Jaanary 23, 1800,
TWIHTT.FIYI FIR C1NT
JAMES LORIMSR ORAFIAM, Prealdoat.
ROBERT M C GRAHAM, Yleo Prceldeat.
JAM13 LOR I Mitt GRAHAM, Jr , td Tic Prea'l
HINRY H PORTIR, See re tar r.
CHARLES KING, Ageat,
Room No 4, WaahUgloa BnUdlng,
JaT ly Cor PeaaaylranlaaT aad Seventh atreet
II O 1'ELH.
Tir I L L A It D S HOTEL,
SYEBS, CHADWICK At CO ,
OORBER FINN. AYS. AND FOURTEENTH STREET,
WASHINGTON CITT. a 1741
BROADWAY, CORNER OP TWENTY'PIPTB STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
MITCHELL, BXAD, AND WALL,
Tho HOFFMAN H0C8E la coadaatad opoa the plan of
lb bait America aad Earopeaa Hotola It aombloee
allth modern Improvement! neceiaary lotho grcaleai
oomfort of gaeite that art, lageaally aad liberality can
poaetbly dovlao aad prod. Tho bill of far for the
tabic mbraa tvery variety aad delicacy afforded by
Ih Amerleaa market, la their eeaeoa.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
Dritid Stati Patirt Orrioa,
WAaitRorax, Aognat 7, 1804
On tho petition of Joaeph J Conch, formerly of Phil,
adelphla, Penn'a, now of Brooklyn, N Y , praying for
the eateaaloB of patent granted to blm on the Udday
of November, ltoi for aa Improvement In "Macblneo
for Drilling btone,' for uvea yeara from tbo expiration
of aald paleot. wbleh lakea place oa tbo 23d day of No
vember, 1800, '
It la ordered that the aald petition b heard at tb
Patent Offle on MONDAY, the 0th day of November
uh), ii v fiuti iii i d upirioBi are Bounea
wnuag, awoaai riMtup uaya Dartre the day or bearing t
all teitlmoay filed by either party, to bo oaed at th eald
hearing, mnat be taken and Iraneiultled In accordance
with tbo rule f tbo office, wblab will bo rurnUhed on
Depoaltlon aad other papera.rellod opoa aa teatl
moa. maat bo filed la the office tweniy dava before th
da; of hearlaf t tho arg omeate, If any, wlthla fait dave
tiler filing tbo Uitlmonj.
Ordered, alao.tbat thie notlca bo pabllehed la th
rviLlOAR and lb InttlUffinctr, Waahlagtoa, D C , and
In th Timet, New York, N. Y , once a week for
three aoeaeaalvo wcekat tbo firatof eald publication! to
be al leaat alxlr dava pravloa to ibe dav of haariog
T 0 TUBAKER,
Commlnloner of Paten ti
P B Bdltora of tb a above papera will pleaae copy,
and eend their bllla to lie Paleat Office with a paper
containing thle nolle an!3 law3w
J Acouar 4 1600
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON COUNTY
Ib th eaie of Cbrlitophcr W Lanadale. admlalitrator
of Thouae Connor, deceaied, the administrator afore
ealdhaa,wlth the approbatloa of the Orpbaaa' Conrt of
WaahlngloB County aforeaald, appointed SATURDAY,
the lat day of Kepteiuber neat, for the final aettlemant
end dlatrlbntloB of tho poraonat eatatc of eald deceaaed,
and of tho aaaeta la band, a far a tb earn bar bars
collected and turned lato money, when and where all
the eredltora and betre of eald deeeaied are notified to
attend, with thalr.elalme properly vouched, or ther mar
otherwlao by law bo ixelBded fromall benefit In aald
deceaacd'e eatatc i provided a copy of thla order be pnb
I Ub ad oaeawek for three week lath fliiioiAt
RirpiLtOAx prevtotti to th aald day
Tlt 'or ROBBIHS,
aolfl IwSw Rorlator of Will
i-i, i. BOOK.BINDE AND PAPER.RDLER.
BolrTl Peaaaylvaala aveaa,btwoa Taath aad Kiev
aU atreele, aoath H4
Th. Pal.ll. L.W. of th. K.ltrf (.,.,,
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
A GREAT OAMPAION PAPER.
RElDINO FOR IBE MILLION.
CIRCOLAIE t CIRCULATE ! CIR0ULAT& !
It la manifestly true that th. political campaign
vpon which tb. country la juat entering la to bo a
crlala of tut Importanc. Upon 11 will depend tho
dearoat Interna of the United Statu Qoiernment
and pwpl. Ilarlng pued through tb. ordeal of
a oltll war triumphantly, It remain, to be decided
whether th. legitimate frulU of tha united labor,
of thoee who united, without reipect of party, for
tb. preaerTation of tho Qorernment shall bo tuned
to bitter aabos, and th. diaunlon which Southern
rebel, could not aoeompllah shall be effected by
TOE NATIONAL REPUDLICAN
hu always battled for the Oorernment and the
flag, and now, when disruption of the Union la
courted by oztremlati who, under the gulaa of pure
patrtotlo prlnolple, are raTenona for political power
and place, tha
till battlea for tba flag of our Union.
It Is to bo an arduous struggle, and wo uk In all
sincerity that th. frlenda of the Union whloh ta
oar cans, u agalnat aeetlonallats of eery nam. and
from arery quarter chall giro u, the encourage
ment needed by every pnbllo Journal,
Situated u we are at the capital of tha nation,
and enjoying th. bMt facilities for obtaining Informa
tion of the utmost Importanc. to .Tory American
cltlsen, we shall confidently undertake to furnlih
oar readers daring th. forthcoming political cam
paign with tho moat Taluablo political newspaper
printed In this or any other otty.
As we alood by sailBM Liiool In the dark
hours of the Republlo w. stand by his saocataor,
Aa&MW Jonasov, to whom has been uslgned the
Ual of restoring to tbelr proper relatione tha pao
pi. lataly In rebellion, bollerlog, u we do, that ha
hu gruped the true theory of inSTOUTlOK, and
THE DAILY REPUBLICAN
Is published OTery morning, (exoept Sunday,) and
arery Friday morning
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following low ratea :
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TERMS FOR THE WEEKLY
ron the cajipaigni
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year, $3 1 one copy, sit months, til one copy,
three months, (2
Three copies, one year $22 50
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Money orders are preferred from all post offices
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ahoald bo reglstsred.
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abould be all sent at one time, or Ibat they ahould
receive their papera at the aame poat office Pa
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work of getting ap cluba Immediately. Do not
wall until the cluba are full, but forward the namca
u fast aa they are obtained
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Address, W. J MUUTAOUACO,
Washington, D C.
SALT SULPHUR Sl'RlNUH, MONROE
TbU popular Bamm.r K.iort will op, for th. r.c.p
ttoaof vl.ltor. oa tb. l.t of JULY, .ad r.ut.la op.,
unlit tb. Lit ot OGTOBEK
Ir Matter, lrof...or of Dargtry la th. J.ff.rioB
M.dU.1 Coll., ., lbtUl.pbl. from p.noD.1 observe
tloa .ad eb.mle.l bd.Iv.I., placed tb... Birtaif... tb.
ino.l v.ln.bl.of r.m.al.l eg.BU la .11 dl.e.M. of B
cbroal. or orf.Bt. n.tare
la Tl.UU, the 8prlog. perion. will neve so opportu
nity of ...I., r.lrUx blstlOB, M.om.m JbbciIo., W.r
r.Blon, Ball Hub, U.pldBB, Ur.B,. Coart Uoa.., Oor.
doB.vtll., Bd u.BV olb.r polBU of bl.lorle Ul.r..l lo
Good Coeeb.. eoae.ct with tb. train, of Ib. Al.x.u
drte aOr.ax. .&d MrglBlaC.Btr.lKallroBd.locoBT.y
vl.lterB to Ib. Sprl.s. ......
Qr..l palBS have b..a Lk.a to put the balldls,a aad
eroaadalB (Oodord.r Bad r.ptlr
The Hot.l will aoeommoi.l. 40O p.rionij h.ild..
thar. sr. a .amber of headtoue Cotug.e fltud ap .x
pr.Mly for f.aillUl
Terns t M 50 per dan a liberal 4taoaBt tojerioa.
remslalBf a moatk sad loanr Cbildr.a sad BBtveats
ICCJLItOW, MDWIN a) CO,
J). C. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 15. 1866.
M nL.d .nd CimM, mn Om.l.ll,
THE NATIONAL UNION PARTY.
PLATFORM or PRIKCtPI.E.
Th. NaUod.1 Uoloa CoBTMtlon dow bmmbl.d
In Ih. ollj of PhllnJ.tpM., oompoi.d of d.l.gat..
from .r.rj Stit. ud T.rrltorj lo th. Union, d
monlth.d bj th. lol.mo Ihmm whloh for th. lut
or. 7n ll hu ct.u.4 th. 6opr.ni. Rol.r of Ih.
VQlr.n. lo ,tr. to th, Ain,rIo.n pooptt, pro
foondly (rtt.ral for th, tilin of pouo, il.ilrool
u m l.rj. m.Jorltj of th.lr oonntrjm.n In .11
loo.rllj to forpt and to for(Hr. th. put, mttieg
th. Cooatltatlon u It e.m. to vt from onr tne.i
tor,, rogudlng th. Union In 1U roitorallon u mor.
Ufi th.o .r.r, loohln, with dp uzl.tj Into
th. fiilor. u of lnil.nl ud continuing utl,
horcbj Ilia,, .nd proelolm, th. followlog dMlor
tl,n of prlnolpU, and pnrpoM, on whloh th.j h.r.
with p.rft unanimity abroad t
1. W. hall with iratit.d. to Almljhtj Ood lb.
.nd of war and lb. r.torn of poao. t. onr afflloud
and bloTod land.
2 Th. war Jolt elond ha, malntalnod th. an
thorllj of th. Conltitltlon, with all th. pow.r,
which U eonf.r and all Iho r.itrlotlon, which It
lmpoM, upon th. G.n.ral aomnm.ot nnabrldgl
and onalurad, and II hu praMrrsd tbo Union with
tho .qua! right,, dlgnltr and .othoritj of Iho Bt.Ui
porfMt and onlmpalnd.
3 RcproMntatton In th. Ooogrcta of tho Unll.d
Bum and In tho Elootoral Coll.n I, a right r.oog
slud by th. Confutation u abiding In ororv Stat,
and u a duty Imposed upon lu ppl., fondaman.
tal In III natnn, and ..Mntlal to tho ozlitonc. of
onr republican lnatltntiona, ond ntltbtr Coogroi,
por tho Q.noral QoT.rnmont hu any aathorltT or
powor to dcoj thl. right to any Stat, or to with,
hold .njoym.ot under tb. Conititntlon from lb.
4. W. call upon th, pwplo of th. United Btalei
to elect to Congreaa u membera thereof none bnt
men who admit tbU fundamental right of repre.
aentatlon, and who will reeelT. to teat, th.reln
loyal repreaentatlves from every State In aileglano.
to tba united States, subject to the constitutional
right of each Ilouao to Judge of the election returu
and qnallflcationa of Its own membere.
5. The Constitution of the United States and tha
laws made In pursuance thereof are : 4,The eapreme
lawoftbe land, anything In the constitution ar
laws of any State to the contrary notwithstand
ing " All the powera not conferred by the Consti
tution upon the Oeneral Government, nor pro
hibited by It lo th. Stat., are reserved to the
Statea or to tha people thereof, and among the
rights Ihua reserved to tha Statea la the right to
prescribe qualifications for tho elective franchise
therein, with which right Congreie cannot Inter
fere No State or combination of States hu the
right to withdraw from the Union, or to exclude,
through their action in Congress or otherwise, any
other btate or Stales from the Union The union
or theee States Is perpetual, and Its government Is
of supreme authority within the restrictions and
limitations of the Constitution.
8. Such amendment lo tha Constitution of the
United Slates may be made by the people therof u
they may deem expedient, but only lu the mode
pointed out by Ite provisions, and In proposing
such amendments, whether by Congress or by a
convention, and in ratifying tha aame, all the
Statea of the Union have an aqua) and aalndefeu
Ible right to a voice and a vote thereon.
7. blavery ll abolished and forever prohibited,
and there la neither desire nor purpose on tha part
oftheeoutbern States that It should ever be re
established upon the aoll or within the Jurisdiction
of the United States, and tha enfranchised elavee In
all the States of the Union should receive, In com
mon with all tbelr Inhabitants, equal protection In
every right of person and property.
8 While we regard u utterly Invalid and never
to be assumed or made of binding force any obli
gation Inoarred or undertaken in making war
gainst the United States, we bold the debt of the
nation to be sacred and inviolable, and we proclaim
our purpose to maintain uolmpeached the honor
and too i.iio oi in. nepuonc
9 It Is the duty of the National Oor.rnmont to
recognise the aervleea of the federal aoldiera and
aailora In the contest Just closed by meeting
prompuy ana tuny ail tneir just ana rlg&trul
alelms for the services tbsv have rendered th.
nation, and by extending to thoee of tbem who
hare fallen the most generons and considerate care
10 In Annan wjomson, President of the United
States, who in his great office hu proved stsadfail
in his devotion to the Constitution, the laws and
tntereite of his oountry, nnmoved by persecution
and unswerved ny reproach, having latin unui.ll
abl. In the people and In the preoepts of ths Qov.
srnment, we recognise a Chief Megistrate worthy
of the nation and eqaal to the great crisis upon
which his lot Is cut, and we tender to him to the
discharge ot hie nigh and responsible duties oar
profoaod respect and usuranca of our cordial and
NATIONAL INIDV fOMMlTTHK.
John T. Crowell, of New Jersey, Cbeirman
Maine Jamee Mann and A A Gould
New Hampshire Edmund Burke and E S. Cut
ter Vermont B B Small. and Colonel II. N.
Massuhnsetts Joslah Dunham and R. S Spof
ford Rhode Island Alfrsd Anthony and James JJ
Connecticut James T. Babeock and D. C
New York Robert II. Pruyn and Samuel S
New Jerssy Joseph T. Crowell and Theodore
Pennsylvania J. M Zullck and J S Black.
Delaware J. S Comegys and Ldward S Martin.
Maryland Governor Swann and T. O Pratt
Virginia James F. Johnson and Dr E C Rob
West Virginia Daniel Lamb and John J Jaok-
North Carolioa Tbomu 8 Ashe and Joseph II
South Carolina James L. Orr and B F. Perry
Georgia J. U Christy and Tbomu S Ilarde
Florida William Marvin and Wilkin. Cell
Milslillppl W. L. Sharkey and Uevrge L.
Alabams W. II Crenshaw and CO Iluekabee
Louisiana Randall Hunt and Alfrsd N.nnlng
Arkansas Lorenso Gibson and A II English
Texas 11 II Kpperson and John llanoocx
Tennenee D T. lallusln and llllam 1) Camp-
Kentnokv R II Stanton and Hamilton Pope
Ohio L. 11 Campbell and George II Smyth
Indiana D S Gooding and Thomas Dowling
Illinois John A McClernand and Jesse O Nor
ton Michigan Alfred Ruiiell and Bvson O Stout
Missouri lion Barton Abell and James b Hoi
Minnesota Hon II M Rice and 1) r florton
Wisconsin J. A Noonan and S A Peace
Iowa Ueorgo A Parker an 1 m A Chaie.
Kaniss James A Mc Howell and W A Tipton
California Hon Samuel Purdy and Joseph P.
He- - .. ..
Nerads John Carmicnsel and Hon u u Hell.
Oregon James W. NesinUh and 11 W Bonham.
District of Columbia Joil.h 1) Uoovsr and J,
Dakota N K Armitrong and N w Winer
Idaho William 11 Wallace and II Cummins
Nsbraika Oen 11 11 llrath and lion J. S
naSIDIMT BXKCOTIVI COMMITTEE AT WASHINOTOM
Cbarlss Koapp, of New Jersey, Chairman
IIoo Montgomery Blslr, Maryland
Hon Charles Mason, Iowa
Ward II Lamon. John F. Covle A E Perry,
Samuel Fowlar, Col Jamee R O Belrne, Corneliue
Wendell, IJIatrict of Colombia
NATIONAL I NION UXrClTIVR COMMITTEE
Joaeph T Crowell, Ilahwey, N J , Chairman
Col Jaa F ll.bcook, New Haven Conn
Hon Robert II Pruyn, Albany, N Y.
Oen Samurl tl Zullck, Philadelphia, Pa
Hon Thoa G Pratt, Bslllmor., Md
lion Jen. O Norton, Chicago, III
Barton Abl, St Loula, Mo
Hon Wm L. Sh.rk.y, J.ckion, Mill
DK N T I B T R V. I) R.
LOOM!,, BBSIOSST PSSTIIT, 53d
P.BaijlvBBla aveaoe, a.sr eoraer of
tHBih itmt, ataada to all brushes peristals, to the
profaiitoa Halformailoa of ths aoath serreated, aid
vary vsrltly ef ungual mi rests. eps.ly
P.bll.hl In tbl. Jo.m.l by Authority.
THE PREMIDE'VTIAL PARTY.
The PIKubnric Reception.
Tho procession arrived at tho tit. Charles
Hotel at about cven o'clock, and here a
demo crowd had preceded the excursionists.
Soon after entering the hotel the President
was escorted to tho platform, which was
erected for the occasion, and which was
crowded with spectators. Thousands upon
thousands of persons thronged Wood street
In front of the hotel, and for several blocks
on both sides or tho establishment. Ihcre
were continuous hurrahs, hooturgs, hissing,
uuu cane iur urnni ana rarragui, vrituo on
tho other Dart of tho mass cries went tin
loud and strong for Johnson. Judge Mo
Candlesswas In company with the Presi
dent, lie endeavored to secure silence, but
though this was unattainable, he addressed
the President as follows, speaking as loudly
as his voice would permit :
Mr. President, the municipalities of Pitts
burgh and Allegheny, disregarding trip popu
lar vuice, jiavo uecuneu to invite you Mere.
The people, without diitlnction of party, in
town meeting assembled, have requested that
i nuuum uiu you welcome to mis tneir work
shop and metropolis. To j ou personally they
tender tho most generous hospitality, and to
your high office the homage of their profound
regard. They honoryon for tho native talent,
tho keen sagacity, tho bravery and Indepen
dence of character, and the honest Impulses
which have elevated you to a pinnaclo where
vou aro now tho observed of nil thn nntlnna
cf tho earth. In thcisj great chil trial, from
its Inception to its termination, they found
tou encountering the madness nf nnhtirnl
hercs!es,'indiflcrcnt to personal danger, resist
ing luBcuiiiinunrucni) ; anu up to tno stature
oi me patriot anu soiuicr ana me statesman.
they see how anxiously and with what sclf-
uemai you uuve neen struggling to perpetu
ate the Union of these htatcs. to maintain
unimpaired the Constitution slirncd bv Wash.
ingion mo crowning glory oi nis career
anu mcY congratulate ou unon vour safe
arrival upon this spot, consecrated by his
presence, and celebrated as tho theatre of his
earliest achictcments. To )ou, (Jen. Grant,
so calm, so quiet, so sccmlnuh nulselcss. ct
when the Constitution and the Union are in
danger, so positive and terrific tho flrst, the
foremost hi the most heroic, with unparal
lelcd military skill and the force of attrition
commanding obedience to the one and assur
ing solidity to the other I am directed by
this enthusiastic constituency around me tu
extend to you the heartiest welcome.
lo you, Admiral tarragut, tho master
spirit oi iuj navy, w no, tnrougn nro and
blood, opened the mouth of the Mississippi,
captured New Orleans, and, lashed to the
topmast of your flag-ship, with Pittsburg
guns proclaimed to Mobile and tho misguided
people of tho South that this Oovirnmciit
was one and indivisible, and that the laws of
tho United States must be obcted, I am in
structed to say that )ou arc the guest of the
Deonlo. To vou, Mr. Welles, who. In the
midst of a war of colossal proportions, cre
ated a navywhich Is now our pride and boast,
I tender the kindest wishes of this commun
ity. To j ou, Mr. beward, who, with the la
mented and illustrious predecessor of the
President, so wisely guidid the foreign rela
tions of tho Government in our great ex
tremity, to parry and defeat the disigns of
rnui anu jeaious nations, mis surging mass
of my tellow-titizuis offer the largest meas
ure of public gratitude, and to you, Mr. Pres
ident, let me further say that the confidence
you repose in the people Is not misplaced
Your triumphal progress to the tomb of the
patriotic Douglas is an index of the popular
heart. These voluntary and extraordinary
demonstrations of enthusiasm are not only a
tribute to i our personal character and ex
alted position, but a just reward for a long
mo oi meritorious puuuc service, in a per
ilous crisis of our history j ou hat o exhibited
tho virtue of the cltizos). the elements of the
statesman, and tho wisdom and firmness of
a great ruler. ar having ceased, rebellious
children of tho same common family having
submitted to the parental authority, and
pcave, blessed peace, having been proclaimed
throughout the land, ou ure bringing into
harmonious action the discordunt parts of
our wonueriui ststem oi uoterntnem. Uu-
stacles, political and personal, you have been
compelled to encounter questions of public
polity without precedent to meet; yet jou
hate shown yourself equal to the exigencies
of the times, and with tho help of the people
will settle them forever. Tirm in the riglit,
as Ood gilt's jou to sco tho right, steadfast
as the mountain you will soon cross, lofty in
j our patriotism as Us summit, and pure and
beneficent in jour purposes as the urst rajs
of the morning which gild it. Go on, sir. go
on with jour great work of national regene
ration, until not a single star shall remain
dim in the blue fhld of tho nation's ensign
Whilo Jttdgo MiC'uudlisuas delivering ins
address there wcro cries for Grunt utid Far
rugut, wlulo others bellowed and groaned,
whooped, and made all other contcivable
kinds of noises Tho larger portion of the
crowd seemed to bo determined to pretent
by their disorder the delivery of any speeches
'I be President approached tho trout of the
platform and waved his hat, as if to com
mand silence '1 his cilurt wus somewhat suc
cessful, when the President commented his
remarks as follows:
fellow citizens : Permit me, through your
honored chairman, tu tendtr my sincere
thanks to the pcoplo and citizens of Pitts
burg for tho welcome which thej lute guen
mc, and those who accompany mo on this
occasion. Cheers and tries of "bilcnco'in
the crowd below, us well us ou tho platturm
l loci nonored in n celling mis welcome, mou
ecially as itctuatiaus Irom the people
tho people in whom 1 hne alwujs relied
who have tendered it to me under peculiar
circumstances, in defiance of those who here
hold power und authoritj. bliuuts and
groans, and cries for " Johnson und of "Go
on ' A wtltoino to Pittsburg bj the peo
ple the masters of tbuse who relu&ed wel
come to u fellow-citizen und to the Cliu I
Magistrate a wclcnmo Irom their uustirs,
1 repeat, is peculiarly gratiltiug tu ine. (tlm
noise below continued) and lu Uing lure to
night I will say, in the few words to wliuh I
intend to give utterance, that I come being
welcomed by tne people as u teuow citizen
and the Chief Magistrate of not tucntj-tho
but of thirtj'-slx States Iinniense cheer
ing I como as the Chief Magistrate of, as
inscribed there, (pointing to tho word, m
gaslight on the front of tlio hotel) the whole
Union, and not a imrt of tlio Union ; and as
has been eloquent!) alluded to here to-night,
with reference to this Union and tho opening
of the Mississippi riter.lwould ask u ire any
people more interested in that than are the
people of Pittsburg? Cheers
ll. for instance, the attempt to separate
the Union had nun successful, let me call
attention to the lutluenee it would have had
on the commerce, trade and manufactures of
Pittsburg, and now, being for the whole
Union, I feel and think I an. for the IndJ.
vldnal interests of every man who stands be
fore me to-night. Cheers and confused
cries In tho crowd.
I am for a restoration of these States, and
as something has been said by somo one in
the crowd as to "my policy," I will state that
my policy Is to restoro this Union, cheers
and groans, and to bring about peace and
reconciliation and concord between the
American people. I will snbmit one single
proposition. My countrymen, let mo sup
pose a case to this people. Suppose tho
elet en Southern States lav outside of the
jurisdiction of this Government, belonged to
somo lorctgn rower, and prposcd annexation
to mc iweniy-nve mates 01 tnur union, wiin
all their resources and fertility of soil, and
with a demand for manufactured articles,
where Is the man who would say they should
not become a part of this confederacy t A
voice "JetT. Davis." Wo look to thYWest
and Southwest, and want an outlet for this
great city, and where is tho man who would
object to make an accession of this kind f
A volce "Tell us about New Orleans."
The disorder and mingled and confused crien
continued.! In coming here to-nirrht and
accepting tho welcome, cries eterywhero of
uruer." i come presenting tno nag or mv
country, not with twenty-fh o but with thirtj
six stars on it. Applause.
The President here paused. The noise
was so great that he could not bo heard A
procession from tho Northern Liberties was
coming in with bands or music, lie waved
his hat, as if to secure silence. The crowd
clamored for Grant. Tho President resumed.
remarking, "I have onlv a few words to ut
ter." There were renewed cries for Grant,
when the President beckoned to Gen Grant,
nno stood near mm, to come to the Iront or
General Grant did so, and bowed to the
clamorous multitude. Ho remained a few
moments, then bow ed and retired. Here were
screeching, hurrahs, whistlings, and groans,
mingled with cries for Parragut, who ap
peared and received too plaudits of the
r iconic. Finding it impossible to secure a
urther hearing, the Presideut mcrelj suid,
"I bid lou good night." and withdrew.
Threo cliiers were then given for the Presi
ident by a part of tho crowd, and then cheers
iouowed lor urant and I arragut.
The crowd continued groaning and shout
ing for more than ono hour, when Gen
U cunt appeared on tho balcony and told the
pcoplo that they had better disperse to thiir
homes: thatthe had seen etenthmir. and
should retire quietly. Ho endeavored to
speak further, and waved his hand to the
crowd in a deprecating manner, but the
noise was so great that he could not proceed,
and was obliged to retire.
After this, shouts of various kinds were
continued. Cries for Johnson were mingled
with groans and cheers for prominent politi
cal characters, including Bcecher and fjng.
The display of flags that were obnoxious to
me crowd elicited considerable Jeering and
hooting, but altogether the crowd was peace-
amy uisposeu, anu witu mo exception 01 a
few small fights and several sudden dis
persions, did not proceed to any serious acts.
After Gen. Grants remarks it commenced
to thin out, but now and then it eecraid to
inquire new vitality, and continued to an
nounce its presence with considtrublc loud
ness until a lute hour of tho etening
TIIK BAMJLICT AT 1 ITTNBI HU.
13 A banquet was
given to-night at the St. Charles Hotel
President Johnson, having been toasted,
merely returned his thanks for the cordial
welcome which had been extended to him
Instead of making a speech, he left it to be
inferred what Ins" spec th would lie if made. I
'1 ho next regular toast was:
"General Grant Second onlt to Wash
ington in the affections of the American
General Grant was not Dresent. but left
his speech, as follows.
"I thank jou, gentlemen" fvmghter
and applause j
The third toast was :
" Sicrt lory Seward A national bulwatk
against the iniroathmciits of foreign na-
HOnS VVHIIHHIII), .111 IfllUI'IIJg fiMUgrUUU,
Secretary Seward was absent from sick-1 , ,-1 hc War Ministry has, after long hcsito
ness, but Hun. It. McKnlght replied to tho ,ion' "solved to introduce into the army an
toast, sajing that Mr. beward was his 6iu American carbine, which can fire twenty
ideal of a statesman He paid a glowing shots in a minute, and costs only six and a
eulogy to his talents and patriotism half hvrc. (about as many dollars) per piece."
Tbo fourth toast was announced ' o did not consider tins information im-
Tho Secretary of the Nuty, who hie
made the naty the pride and boast of the
country but the terror of the world."
Mr. Welles said ho would not make a
speech, but would gue the sentiment: "1 ho
Union of tho States and the rights of the
It cannot bo sustained Ev secession
hand or exclusion on the other."
Admiral Farragitt responded to the toast
in his honor, namolj;
"Admirul rarrugitt. who. with the Amen,
can iron-clad, and Pittsburg Luns, can whip
all the world '"
The last toast giien was. i
" 1 ho Constitution and the Union "
There wero vociferous cheers for tho Pres.
ident, and calls upon him to reply. He did
so ut somo length, sajing tho time had come
when we should consider whether we tan
hate the Union prcsericd with the Constitii
tion and the laws made lu pursuance the rent
enforced Wo can have a Gouruni.uit f
law. 'lhero is no Government of liberty
without law; and In the language of an ail-
;ient orator, "'Iho soul of liberty is the
law." Hi-accorded In tho sentiments pro-
iiit-iu is hu viuwnniit'iii oi iioertv
.i i. .1.. t -
poMd bj the hecretary of the Nuij, (In
the one hand we cannot hate Un'on with
si cession and on the other bund wu iniinot
bate Union with exclusion
Iho tact has been established tlmt un
State has the right to secede from the Union.
Xow wo have approaehtdthe other extreme,
ami nnu mat concentration is equally u
slriietiie The time had arrived for everv
pairiouio resist tne concentration or power
It was Important that the legislative ill part-
mt nt should not eneriittili upon the others
'I I I 'a
-sist the concentration of power
'ilii-st. remarks were not made in a pony I
sense, but arose from the organic, strutture
of the Government itself If the Ugisla-
live department can pas, law after law '
trenching on tho Executive and Judiciary I
branches by a two-third, majority, how fur
distant is the day when tho Government
would be absorbed by the Ug.slative de-
lu tbo language of the immortal Jcflirson,
One hundred or two l.uudnd men can ev. !
erciso raoro tyrannj than one man can "In sible manner of his atla. i i '"Y"
resisting the encroachment, of the legislative I choLd himself In '.''. "J ,almc "
branch of the Government, what power or kla, her Und that fL. m'" ' l'Ul t
prerogative had he exercised rich was hTeS? UhSt $SiwX "'JSZ'Z
SrB!B?"L.or.,.T0.,,c.1? i!'ch",V;1"I And enmsvances. ami br7albed C J, of ti'.dor-
h,M. ... a . .1 . ue'lluT, V0 ,VV0'
which wa, a negativo power, and Intended to I
(.UA., ,,..... ...In.. rtm h.. .,..,. l. 1.1 1
u.l, . tllljIlU-4-.M. WIIU UMIJ lll.iailOU. 1DO
President, in exercising it, stood between
Congress and the people, to give time for
reatctjonj while Qn the other bud, two.
THE NATIONAL KEPUBLICAlt
THE KATlOlUt RirtJBUCl
Is pabllshed every Bursts, (Sundays exeeeted) by H
J. BfcsTi.n a Co , Vs. Ml math elrool,ead U raraUhed
U eabssrlbere (by Barriers) al T, eoata per aaoalau
fell sabserleere, IS 00 per eaaam H00 for six
aaoataal aad 11 CO for three the, faeartaelf la mj.
eaaca, live eoplee eaa yees, tsa. oo,
Ua, le eoplee, 0 Beats.
TBI WIIaTLT tUTIOoUL XirCIUOaX
Is tabtl. bed every Frldey meralar I Oae copy eae yeer
llOOt Three eoplee oae yeer, e.00 Tea eoplee ee.
year, U OP
thirds vote majority In Congress made tho
measure a law, and was therefore affirma
tive. The legislature could therefore be a
The President then proceeded to argue
that without tbo restoration of the Union
the public securities would not be worth a
His remarks wero listened to with pleas
ure throughout, and he was frequently inter
rupted by applause. '
A rndy'n nullrxm Adventure Wight
According to the Durham (Eng) Chronu
cle, a lady has Just made a very uncomforta
ble night ascent in a balloon. The ascent
was made from Wharton Park. On the
night in nuestion. althouo-h rain fjll tha at.
mospherc was pretty stilt Owing to some
ueiay in me innauon, it su nearly nine
o'clock before the folds of the balloon went
sufficiently expanded to enabU it to ascend,
and then not to the extent originally con
tiinplated. Mr. and Mrs. Mctcaifhad both
intended to ascend, hut owing to darkness
coming on before sufficient Inflation had
been effected. Mrs. Metcalf determined in ha
alone. Accordingly, about 9 o'clock the in
trepid " lady aronaut " stepped Into the car,
and tho moonugs having been unloosed, the
balloon rose Into the air. It took an easter
lj direction over Keiperwood, Keiper grange
and tho Ilaintons, and in the direction of
Houghton, but was soon lost to view. Anx
ious inquiries were mado as to whether the
balloon had landed safely, but as no tidings
had been heard of tho fatrtoya7eur nextday
up to twelve o'clock, considerable uneasiness
was experienced br Iter husband and friends
on her account. This feeling was, however
shortly afterwards dispelled, for about ono
o'clock the lady armed In Durham, bringing
wiiu iter mc oanuon, which was comejed in
a cart. It appears the balloon had kept in
an easterly direction till over Houghton le
Spring, when it struck a current which
wafted it more to the southeast.
'1 he balloon had tradcd about nine miles
In twentj minutes, when Mrs. Metcalf per
cened the sea about half a mile distant,
blic made a rapid descent and landed In a
field skirting a plantation, ami, although
there was no one present to render the least
assistance, tho descent was made with the
grcittst safety. Rpiug a strunger to tho
iucality, Mrs Metcalf had no idea of whero
she was; and no sign of habitation appear
ing, she wus fain to make u ttrttie of ncces
sitj, ami stepping into the car the covered
herself with the lolds of the balloon, to sleep
till datlighf, when assistance might be pro
cured At four o'clock In the morning, wet
and weary, sho went in search of assistance.
and at length came to a cottage about half
a mue distant irom tnc village Jiere she
aroused the inmates, and in answer to their
inquiries, said sho was a traveler, requesting
assistance and a cup of tea, for which sho
would willinglj remunerate them Not
being awiiro of tho ptculiar circumstances
undtr which tho stranger claimed their hos
pitality, the inhabitants of the cottage were
naturally averse to be disturbed at that early
hour in the morning; and not receiving a
very satisfactory answer, Mrs. Sletcalf
wi inlcd her uj back to where she had left
hen she arm ed she found two men be
side the prostrate machine, ono of whom in
tiuirid if she was the person who had knocked
' "l the tottoge door. Receiving an answer
jm ,,lc affirmative, et cry hospitality was of
course tenuereu, and -Mrs. .Metcall. liavine-
ffot some warm tea and her dress thoroughly
""id, was soon herself again. It turned out
,nal me village in the distance was Haw.
thorne, and that the balloon had descended
betwetn Kasingtnn and Cold Hcsledon. in i
field skirling Hawthorne Dene Having
procured the service of a vehicle for tho con
ojanct' of the balloon, Mrs Metcalf arrived
in I lurhain about ono o'clock in the after
noon, much to the relief of her friends.
Aliunde Telegraph I In 1'isf ftilnesM.
Some da j s ago, in going over onr foreign
lilts among other things wo found in tho
Augsburg (Jaztlle. of Aug. '2 1. a correinnn,).
"'mo from Constiintir.oplc, dated Aug. 14,
Pi enougn 10 Translate and republish it.
lint, night before hist, wo received the fnl.
lowing dispatch by the Cable as a speoial
iiein vi uews;
"CoxSTAXTIXOrLE. Toeid.v. S.r.1 11
" It Is reported that in couseciuence of thn
.cceful results of tho recent trials of
American small armiliy tho military com-
niissioiiers appointed for that purpose In tlm
I'"rU',' tl'al '!lc '' u's1' ?nn " ubout ,0 bo
armed entirely with riirluma of American
"'anurailiire. A gent e of the Gournment
rcaiiciit to leati lor tlie Lulled States to
contract for tlieir manufacture."
, hllrey !' ls t',nc Prolc' "Snst reports
b,c'"g f ,nt .'?, ,lui A'periCan ,P,r,C8s ""rough
"!e c.Me ? the com of fivo dollars a word.
vjmin weeks nclororuiTO been published in
"""' n0,lI,BP' or,lle Continent, and which
r0l'0"-i'l0P"r, hate been recehed hero
lollK bcfore "' "'''grain .V. 1 Times.
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cvumcrii-u iiuies ui mo .al rtnn llnnl p
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iis in nis possession, Ao , was i
icriiay m tlio United States Dis-
lrU, C'i.urt bt aterdict f,i7t
:ni- attracted cnmide-rablo attentinn ,..i..
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Irn i Hie nature of the cwdcnie, tho rispect
ublo character and connections of the ac
i used, and the efforts of counsel in tbccuuie.
At u former trial tho Jury failed to agree,
and though additional testimony was now
adduced for the prosecution, it did not lead
?.". c P . ''0. trial la.U-d thnodajs.
,,'" ",'.?.:. . ''"'' 'yrllons wereinideby
.i" .Y",". ,. ,i V, "V ...."'
J," .J""1 lUlorlll'J r '"". e In bilnlf of
r 0S1e,r"mV.l' " nntl for tho de,
I( HOC. JH lit Hit III tilt l 1 hi i ii I ill eiiilt. ...i
,,", ' ,mou ,."' ' "I; al,'i ""tained.
'" '"'i rtrfli"- und K 1 Kogers. Esa .
",'? ""V1'' V f ?, rublc "Sum in beWf
cf '""'-'"''" Sun
Uhimummi iv tiik Wa.tk -In an ,tl
tie- on " talking at Etretat," a Lri? ""
axiue sajs. ' It is reported ttalnl g'
gentleman, who wllS,,.I,?J!S!f
nut into tho lea a vn,, "-","""
excellent y; that, PO J,t nwfc',,' """"I
exerilnn ll .V..P.? ,llnB. V' emotion and
" wll0 ! f"'r one again and again
plunged into the ,n,r to comcalVr
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and that, fiiulli. when thev swam
to shore, tho daring j outh had been accepted,
at the cost of being almost pauljted with
the cold." r j m