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FBIDATMORHIHa.:: ifs: NOTOtBKrt M, 18.
A NEW 'ERA OF "SOBTHEBJf
It is evident that now spirit haa been
evoked in the Sooth by the circomstancea of
the times, which nrait result in substantial
.1 benefit! to that lection of our common conn
try. The system of slave labor having been
overthrown by tho rndc shock of war, thou
sands of young men who, under tho old re
fbna of what was called the " Southern Chlr
alry," had been taught to despise labor and
laborious business pursuits, now realize the
necessity of earning a subsistence for them
selves and their mothers and sisters. And
many of them have, in the spirit of true chlv.
airy, risen with the emergency, casting away
ingrained prejudices and assuming the proper
responsibilities of the hour, entered upon
their duties manfully. Incited by aa honor
able pride, many hare put their hands to the
plough on their paternal acres, determined
that those who hare a right to look to them
for support shall have It. Theso young men
are the true chivalry of the South; their con-
dnct shames that of those who abandon their
native soil to seek adventures in other lands,
or those who loaf and swagger abont, mask
ing their Indolence under a pretended chiv
There is a capital field in tho South for
her young men to distinguish themselves p,
and to prove how "peace hath her victories
no less renowned than war." Let them take
hold of work resolutely, begin at the founda
, tion and build themselves a great edifice of
agricultural and mechanical prosperity.
There is a great lack of capital in the Sonth,
but this gives them Immunity from tho evils
of speculation. Capital will follow when
hard labor has been intelligently applied to
the soil of those rcmarkablo agricultural re
gions. They have the best cotton and to
bacco lands in the world, and with these they
can secure riches and pecuniary independ
ence if they will discard their old prejudices
against industry. Wo observe that the
Southern presses aro exhorting their yonng
men to stay at home and devclope the re
sources of their own States, by working dili
gently themselves, and availing themselves
of such labor as can bo procured, until their
waste places aro built up and plenty shall
again smile upon the land. This is good ad
vice, and if the young men of the South fol
low it they will be in a condition to snap
their fingers at the politicians and "the rest
NEW RTEXE OF DEFENCE.
The defence which "Colonel" Oksxhe, of
the Boston Postf makes for having imposed
S. B.-PuiXNir upon The Pbesidxst as a
"War Democrat," in answer to tho secesh
record of l'nnrxn's which we produced, is
characteristic of tho "Colonel," and as fol
lows: "Possibly the BarnsUblo Patriot (riiin
ney's paper) may bavo expressed as high an
estimate of the talent of Jeff. Davis as Col.
Forney did when ho heard Davis was dead!"
This is consolation to the Administration
for having turned a faithful man out of office.
This style of administering relief to the Gov.
eminent after having cheated it by aiding a
Copperhead into office, reminds us of what,
we wero told about FnittMT. When he was
asked by a distinguished officer of the Gov-
ernment in the Treasury, not long since,why,
no longer ago than 1865, he abused Asdriw
Jonnsox in his Patriot, by applying to him
bitter and wicked epithets, and threatened
that if Mr. Jouxsok did not resign he should
be forcibly removed, tho patriotic Fuix.iet
replied: "Why, that was nothing more than
what Qaxxxz, of the Pott did, and almost
every other paper in Massachusetts."
Geii.m and PnixMx's modes of getting
out or difficulty are very similar.
AGONY OF A COPPERHEAD.
We like to see a copperhead squirm
Pnixxsr, tho Barnstable Patriot, who camo
here and cheated the Government into the
idea that he was a "War Democrat," and
thereby secured the removal of a conserva
tive Republican, in order to obtain the office
himself, which ho succeeded in doing, wrig
gled over four columns of his paper on the
20th inst, most of which consists in purl's of
"Colonel ' Qinir, ana doubtful paragraphs
written under a pressure of patriotic feeling
among the people, and with the hope of
wiping out the treason which had already
stained tho columns of his patriotic sheet.
He writhes like a copperhead that had been
hurt. The contortions ho makes are horrid.
Somebody ought to hold him while he col
The Commissioner of Revenue, Mr.Wri.ia,
is now engaged in preparing a comprehen
sive scheme for the rigid equalization of our
internal and external taxes, and a simplifica
tion ot the Internal revenue system. This
will be submitted to Congress, which will he
called upon by tha country to adopt such
legislation as will give us a tariff not for pro
tection, irai lor revenue.
The Norwich Aurora, after copjing some
remarks from tho Boston Journal in relation
to the political course of Hon. Joux D. Bald,
wix, M. 0. from HossaLhusctts.who was first
introduced into public life by being chosen
to the Connecticut Legislature by the Dem
ocrats and Tree Soilcrs of Guilford, adds:
"His (Bald rin's) case illustrates the rule
that nearly all the leading disturbers of the
country, North and Houtli,wero first brought
into public life by the Democrats."
Co-oriBAnvK Societies. England is re
ported as possessing 651 "provident socie
ties," with nearly 84,000,000 capital, and a
membership composed In large proportion
of the working classes in that country,
These societies aro formed for mutual sup
port, and to provldo need)-members with va
rious necessaries of life. Many of them are
stock companies, and make dividends of
profits, and all are said to be economically
and skillfully conducted.
No "coxsciexcx xoxir" received from
Wiuox yet. If the "conversion" was. genu
ine, the money will come loou.
THE DUTY OF TIIE SUTII.
The ChkrlaHojirty.of thoU3tl lint
v hdghh leader, jenxuicu j j
V fliii.ond At Duty of We
Present Il;rcbaaret tW opening of the
rebellion; some of its causes, as viewed from
a Southern stand-point; the first battle of
Bull .Run and its effect upon the nation, and
the assurance of Congress then to prevent
European intervention; the fears of people
In the North and hopes of people In the
South, and says:
It was then that Andrew Johnson, then
a Senator from Tennessee, and now Chief
Magistrate, on the floor of the Senate, and
Mr. Crittenden In the House, presented the
following resolution in reference to what they
designated as the then 'deplorable civil
gross, banishing all fellings of mere passion or re
ratmtat, will raoollett only Us duty to tat whole
coantryi that this war U not waged upon oar part
la any spirit of oppression, nor. for any parposo of
eoaaueat or luVjugatloa, nor purpose of overthrow
ug er wieric nog wiiu too riguu or oeiaDusooa lb
etftntloaa of those 8UIM, hot to defend tad mala
tain tho rupremafy of tho Confutation, and to pre.
Mrv tho Union with all tho dignity, tonality, and
rights of tho sovoral States nnlmpalrMi aad that as
ooa as thoso objects art accomplished, tha war
ought to cosee.'
"The Congress of tho United Slates adopted
this resolution. Its passage united the
North, and under it inspiration they contin
ued the struggle, in ihehopo and expectation
that with the Union preserved tho rights of
the several States would still be unimpaired,
and the supremacy of the Constitution still
"The resolution was one of statesmanship.
When peace ensued, the perpetuity nay,
tho existence of free institutions, and the
very cause of reconciliation and repose, re-
amred that its declarations should bo ral
lied in spirit and in letter.
"i no result oi mo law elections at me
North indicates a determination to violate
this sacred pledgo and assurance, to take
back every worif then uttered, and to carrr
out doctrines and purposes the very reverse
of thoso then avowed
After commenting upon tho bad faith
shown, and the bad spirit manifested, the
Courier concludes with the following sensi
ble views with regard to "the duty of tho
"But vet, amid this adrerso action of the
North, and the wild spirit of dissension which
is sweeping over its borders, tho duty of the
South remains the same.
"The result of the late elections renders it
the more imperative that her judgment
should be preserved unclouded and her rev
son cairn ana unmoved.
"It is now over eighteen months since
these States of the South have explicitly and
without disamise or reservation acknowledmd
the supremacy of tho Constitution and the
inteirritr of the Union. Thev have in irood
faith not only accepted but abided by tho de
cisions oi uio struggle.
"Whatever other States or people may do,
thev cannot, bv their own act. imnair the
dignity, equality, and rights of their own
"The nlatform of a nartv man- be tntnli.
tuted-tJy influences beyond their control, in
the place of the Constitution itself. Power
may effect what right cannot resist Bat it
is neiuer we part or duty or policy to assist
in this overthrow or with their own hands to
place around their necks the badge of servi
tude. Thev have been true and faithful to the
decisions of the struggle. They have ac
cepted the armed objects of the war.
me pain oi amy is witn pure Hearts and
unsullied hands, having done all they can to
acooraDiisn a inu reaLoraurm. m devnut uiaip
attention to the development of their re
sources, resting in too nope mat me day may
not even yet be far distant when an enlarged
patriotism shall once more resume the throne,
and the night of fanaticism yield to the light
Mr. Isaac n. Bcxcu, of Barch vs. Barch,
denies that ho Is msrrlod to Mill Bpeuldlng.
llAarERS Weekly Gustis lectured in
TV oreoster, Mais , last ovoalng.
Qeo.Wilxes, Esq, of the Spirit of the
Timti, arrlrid In town last night
Hox. Cave Jouxsok, of Tennessee, is lying
so in inns bis physicians despair or bis recovery.
Miss Jexmx Paoe, an invalid young lady,
flitooa yoars of ago, committed suicide by drown
Ing, la Rochester, on Monday ovtnlng.
L. A. Godet, Esq , and wife, of Philadel
phia, arrirtd la Now York on Wednesday, from
llsvro, on tbo steamship vlllo do Fans.
George Peabodt has lately given 3150,-
000 to Mrs Cbarlei TV. Chaadlor, a nlteo roildiog
at Zancsrulo, Ohio, and addod to tho gift tho par.
ehu montv of a flao honia valood at $20,000.
Ma. Uexrt Putxet, an elderly gentleman
residing In Honbarton, N, II , was foand dtsd In
his barn last Monday oronlng, sappoitd to hare
boon Uoktd to doath by his eattlo.
Andrew McOallvv, a sugar planter of
Louisiana, who wont to Braxll with a vlow to emi
gration, has retarnid, and pronounces against it,as
uBialteblo and less ferorsble to tho Boatherners
than their own country.
Beevet Majob Oem. Alfred U. Terrt,
appointed to the command of tbo newly-crested
Department of tho Dakota, announces in a general
order bis aammptlon of command, and the follow
ing offioers as comprising hie ten. Breret Lieut.
Col. Edward W. Smith, captain Fifteenth United
States Infantry, Acting Aniitant Adjatant General
Brevet Lieut Col. John O Chandler, captain and
aulitant quirtermaiter, Chief Quartermaiteri First
Lieutenant Charles IT, Oravei, Fourteenth United
States Infantry, and John C. Tolford, Thirteenth
United Stater Infantry, Alddde Camp. Tho head
quarters of the deportment aro at Fort Saelllng,
Wall' Opens noose.
All the arrangements for the theatrical
season at Wall's Opera nousc have been
completed. The company engaged has had
no equal In this city and but few equals In
any portion of tho country. Messrs. Wall
and Berry aro gentlemen of amplo means,
as Vicll as good taste, and they havo de
termined that our citizens shall have a season
during tho session of Congress of theatrical
entertainments as attractive as aro to be
found on the American stage.
The principal ladles of the company are
Miss Rose Evtixoe, Mrs. Eiiilv Jordax, Miss
III aciie Oret, Miss Laxvier, Miss Bcsteed.
Mr II. B. PniLLirs is tho acting manager,
onu among the actors engaged are Mr.
I'saxk Ijawlor, Joux Mortueb, Svevixs, O.
TnoiiAs, Yarbev, Chas. Hale, etc. The
season will open on Monday evening, Decern
her 3, with a splendid drama, never before
presented in this city. Those who enter the
theatre for1 the first time on this occasion will
find it just such a comfortable and pleasant
place of amusement as will realize their
conceptions of a perfect little theatre. Our
citizens may safely anticipate much enjoy
ment atWaU's Opera House during the ap
PAREra and Brioxou and the Batexax
Troupe, with a powerful chorus, aro to ap
pear here In opera during the winter. They
will probably appear at Walls Opera House,
I l I .tJaeAnewnaroa Rein. I
Information hatO been received at this De
partment fromMr. Thomas KiErATR-CK, tho
Consul of the United Btates at Nassau, West
Indies, of the death, on the2SthdayolOctober,
1866, at aco, during a voyage from Washing
ton to Havana, of Jonx Hottok, Mate of the
American schooner "Clara Ellen," of Boston.
The' legal represcntatlres'of the deceased
can obtain further Information by addressing
Exasnlne.ttt.aai Ibr the Jfavy.
NlTT DarARTXIIT, I
WAliuoros, D. O., Not. 10, IMS. I
All persona who have served aa volunteer
officers in tho United States Navy for the
term of two years, and who deslro to be ex
amined for admission to the regular Navy,
as provided in the act of Congress approved
July 25, 1666, wMat once make application,
addressed to Commodore 8. P. Lie, Hart
ford, Conn, who will notify Uicm when to
appear. Those who do not mako application
prior to the 1st of January next, or who do
not present themselves when notified, will bo
considered as having waived their claim for
examination. Candidates will take with
them, when summoned, their official papers
showing their naval record.
Secretary of the Navy.
Posit Onaee Departmeat.
Virginia Post Office Affairs Edward Saw.
Ser is appointed mall messenger between
altville and Qlade Spring Depot
The name and site of Pierceville, Bedford
county, Va., is changed to Bellcrrle, J. N.
Tanner postmaster, vice Miss V. Uoode, who
cannot take the oath.
At Horslcy'a Landing, Nelson county,
Saunders Phelps la appointed postmaster,
vice Martha Harding, declined.
At Shcrando, Augusta county, Valentine
Bare is appointed postmaster, vice J. D.
Balsly, who cannot take the oath.
West Virginia Buffalo to Steamboat
Landing, Henderson M. Coy is appointed
A new office is established at Mouse's,
Grant county, Jacob Mouse postmaster, on
tho route from Moorfield to Franklin.
Office at Jarrold's Valley, Italeigh county,
is re-established R. A. Collins postmaster.
At Raymond City, Putnam county, Thos.
Vernon is appointed postmaster, vice N. F.
At California House, Wirt county, Turner
Bonlware is appointed postmaster, vlco W.
j. west, leit me state.
Boantr to Colored Soldiers.
At a recent conference between tho Sec
ond Auditor and Second Comptroller of the
Treasure in relation to bounty in cases of
colored troops, it was uecioea mat proot oi
ireeuom on me xyin oi japru, xooi, snouiu
be no longer required, but full effect given
to the law of Oono-reas. armroved June 15.
1866, and the soldier accorded the benefit of
tne presumption or ireedom u mo contrary
did not annear on the muster-rolls, and the
bounty allowed, If otherwise entitled. It has
also been decided by the Second Auditor
that when discharged colored soldiers have
or may bereaner apply to bis omco lor any
arrearages of nav not paid on final discharge.
or for any bounty provided for by the act of
July 22. 18C1, he will also allow in the settle
ment or such clatma the andiuonal bounty
provided for by the act of July 28, 18CC, if
sucn oounty snail do touna aue.
Naval and Military.
Admiral Dahlrren has been assiirned lo
the command of the South Pacific Squadron,
and leavea lor his post of duty in a few days.
Appointment Revoked, Nov. 15 -Mate
John Sinnott, of the Vermont
Dismissed, it or. to Acting fcnsign Al
oysins J. Kane.
Ordered, Nov. 15 First Assistant Engi
neer Charles E. De Volin, to duty at the
naval rendezvous, New York; Lieutenant
Commander Francis M. Bonce, to duty at
the Boston navy yard, on December 15.
Sen. B.S. Alexander,ot the United States
Engineer Corps, and for a long time past in
command of the military defences of Wash
ington, leavea for San Francisco, California,
in a short time to superintend the construc
tion of tho defences of that city.
Inereavse oi Smuggling on tbe Ca
Dispatches recently received from different
customs districts on the Canadian frontier
represent a considerable increase in the
smuggling of contraband gooda across tho
bl, uiwrence ana me lanes, lais Is gener
ally attributed to the inefficiency and inex
perience of newly-appointed customs officers,
who have not vet become thoroutrhlv coated
relativo to the modus operandi of profes-
Regulation a Relative to Bonded
The Commissioner of Internal Betcnue
V0.lalftW M.lTAll fn. Aimnlaflnn MM.I.II...
to take effect December 1, for the establish
ment o f bonded warehouses under the inter
nal revenuo acts, for the cntrv. withdrawal.
transportation and exportation of the mer
chandise deposited therein, and for the keep
ing oi proper accounts tncreoi uy assessors,
The followinc anuointmehts were mado hv
the President yesterday: Edward Uhl, of
New York, to be United States Consul at
Uuatemala; Joseph T. K. riant and Wm. H.
Frazier to be Justices of tho Pcaco for the
county of Washinirton. I). C.
Andrew J. Gerrltson. Assessor Twelfth
District of Feunsvlrania: and Gcorire B.
Dickson, Assessor for tho District of Dcla-
Ixtexxal Revexbk. -The receipts yester
day amounted to 8401,494.68.
Serenades Laet Iflsht.
Mr. Carter, cf the Treeiury Department, who has
recently united hlmielf In the bondi of wedlock to
an accomplished lady of thli city, was last ntgbt
serenaded by the Marino band. On the return
home of tbo band, they halted at the reildence of
lion. Wx. E. Csaidlbb, Aulitant Secretary of
tbe Treeiury, on Foortcenth itreel, where, after
performing lereral popular alrl, Mr. Caaxdleb ap
peared, and thanking them for the call, invited
them to "walk In."
2tAnoALTnBATBi.Mr. J. W. Wallace ap
peered lait evening In his renowned Impersonation
orLeondollourbon, la tne nlitorloal play or the
"Iron Meek," and wai greeted by an audience
large and brilliant. At tho cloie of the pley, M'lle
Aoqusta appeared In aa elegant dance, being ai
niual favored with aa tncort This evening, Mr
Wallace appears for tho ilsteenth time, ptrion-
atlng Ilenry Dunbar, In Mill BaAnsox's famous
novel, "Tbe Outcast."
Forney expects Tuad. Stevens to move
tho air-line railroad to New York, tho first
day of the approaching session. j
Deer in large numbers aro being killed in
the Canadian forest by American banters, Aflj
sent to the New York market Tho papers aro
urging that miens be adopted to stop inch work.
COPPERHCAD RAID FOB THE
A dUtingulahed fetlnen of MinetaVtrJes'to
us as follow,: . ?l M ff t
T. tk, Einor olJU ivafi'eMf Ridkitn H
Yon are entitled to the heaftfeH thanks of
tho whole nation for exposing the desisns
and acta of that crowd of copperheads who
rushed to Washington Immediately after the
olection, at which their obndoU contributed
Immensely to the disastrous and disgraceful
defeat of the conservative party,, and who,
assuming the position and claims of martyrs
in behalf of the Administration,. seek now to
destroy it, by asking appointments to office
rn. 4l mm,.!.,.. O...S tmltiAL' il.il 1L. n. .
cratle party been true to its pledgee at the
wi tucuiscuva iuu itivuuo. lieu luu ueino-
rniiadeipbia Uonrenuon,'- and lert the real
Union men to uphold the creed there put
forth on the 1st of Anrust there aronld h&vn
been at least a chance in some Congressional
districts for success. But true to their in
stincts, no sooner did they see a division on
principle between the radicals on the one
hand and the Union men on the other, than
they attempted to plant themselves on- tho
shoulders of tho conservatives, and so . to re
gain political favor among the people who
would never tolerate them or forgive their in
fidelity to the Union during tho war.
in nearly every congressional district in
the Northwest, where a good and trno Union
soldier miirht have made a successful can
vass, copperheads and Democrats, who op
posed the war sought and secured the nomi
nations. And knowing full well that ho
honeat Union men, no true War Democrat,
could support them, they sought and ob
tained defeat for themselves and tho party.
And having been spurned and spit upon by
the people, they now 'rush, to Washington
and ask the President and Cabinet to reward
them as martyrs for the utter ruin thev have
brought on the conservative cause and its
friends. Like the stupid Bourbons, theso
men have .learned nothing and forgotten
nothing; but we can tell them that the loyal
Union men of the.North will never cither
forget or forgive any man or party in the
loyal States that did not openly, actively,
and italoutly aid the Government during the
A general amnesty may bo given to tho
Confederates of the South, tratlike the Tories
of the Revolution and the Federalists of New
England, all Democrats who did not openly
and earnestly support the war, will be repu
diated by the people, denonnced by Andrew
Johnson and his Cabinet, and go down to
their grave with the curse of traitors on their
names and memories. And yet so impudent
are these vile office-seekers, that they, have
sent committees here, embracing in their
number men who only escaped arrest and
trial for treason, during the war, by fleeing
to Sonora under the flag of Duko Gwin, or
to Brazil, to ask the appointment to most rc
rcsponsiblc offices ol gamblers and cotton
speculators, whose fidelity to the Confederacy
enabled them to go and remain safely in the
lines of its armies. Such are the men and
committees from the Northwest now here
seeking to deceiro and impose-upon the
Cabinet men who, instead of holding office
under our Government, ought to be dangling
at the end of a halter. Misguided and misled
men of the South we can forgive and pardon;
but these miserable creatures, who not only
during thewar.in the Northern Statea.opposea
the Government or weakened its arms, but
whose contagion has utterly mined the Con
servative party, will not be derated by the
President or Cabinet here. Somo few, of
tnelr number bavo, by imposition ana decep
tion of the grossest kind, secured important
offices, but the Senate will expose and reject
them, and thev and all who come here to aid
mem win retire to mat contempt ana acicsto
tlon which honest men of all cartlca feel for
tnose wno, in me nour oi trial, lorgoi tncir
dutics to the Union. Neither the President
or his Cabinet will ever, knowingly, appoint
to office any copperhead or Northern man
who did not, by all the energies of his mind.
and with all tho power of his purso and arm,
upaoia, maintain ana aeicna tne union aar
ing the war. Let all such men keep away
from Washington. Tbey are at last well
known, and thev can deceive no ono hero
Tnx GoyiRSORsni? or Kjextcckt Card
raox Hox. HoxmiET Marshall. The Lou
isville (Ky.) Democrat of the 17th inst., con
tains tho following:
Editor of the Democrat: In your issuo of
lo-uay you puDiisa my name as connectcu
with the next Gubernatorial race in Ken
tucky, assigning me a place among tho can
didates for that high office. I take, instantly,
the opportunity to ask yon publicly to cor.
rect this mistake, and to sav thronrh vour
columns, unqualifiedly, that I neither am
nor will bo a candidate for the nomination to
that offico or any other. I desire only to re
sume ana pursue tno practice oi my profes
sion, and assure my friends everywhere that
they could not do mo a greater disservice
than to connect my name again with politics,
toward the administration of -which I have
not left one single aspiration.
Respectfully, IIuxpuret Maejuail.
Attempted Wire Murder sad Salelde,
Faovinaxca, Nor. 11. At Valley Fallf, sear
this oily, last ovoalng, Rafu W. Cowdin, a yonng
man who had carted from Ml wife, called at her
reeldenco, and after an effort to lndoce her to enter
a carriage, attempted to oat her throat with a raior.
She straggled deiperately and snceeiifnlly for her
life, althoogb horribly wonnded In tho face, arms,
afld breait, until her grandfather came and drove
off tho murderous wretch with a club. The surgeon
who attended tbo woman was compelled to lew np
the gftibtf mid bj th weapon. Tb haib-nd
tladttd imit until tfali fortnooa. trhei h .
MsUDii faUbcr'i ruldtDe and cut Mi tbrottio
tboroufhlj tbat b will proUUj dit. II wu
probably partially IptoilttvUd.
StarrMton la Chicago
Chicago, Not. Jl. Oooaldrabl xelUmtatbu
bQ caoaed hr to day by tha dIi0Try of a fam
ily actually i offering from itarTatlon. Tht family.
Darned Morrlf, eoiimtj of tha hatband, now Id
jail, tb wila, who li a Mlad Invalid, and a boy ra
duoad almoat to a akaloton. Tha wife alilm, that
bar nam la Morrlaaey, and that aba la a ilater of
uon. i odd Mommy, mtmoar oi kongreaa elect
from New York illy, to whom ah baa appaalad for
aloV Tha ea la a rary aa4 one, and axoltca much
Protest Agalnat Conamlaalonar Rolllaa He.
Cimimati, Nor. Jl. V formidable protaat li
being algoed by bulneaa man, bare, trrtipectlra of
party, again it the remoral of Commlnlonar Hoi
Hot, on tb ground tbat ebaogaa lo tb Bareou
Department, eipaolally whan geod and experienced
man are torned pat, art damaging to tbe publta In
-ueagiw, elVli a H tsjsva tlf UlUCCfSJ
of tb Grand Lodge of Haioni for South Carolina
to-day malted In tb re election of Qorernor Orr
rninf Vaa 41 Til also I Inn .. ffl...
ai urana mailer, A. Vr Donroeaer a urand Treaa
nrer. B. 8. Iiornei ai Grand tfeeretary, vice A. O,
Snow Klorma la New York BUte,
BurriLO, Nor, 23 Snow commenced falling
ussiss lUlf LUgrDlOg, sHts lli 11DUI Wtlt 800)0 tHI
rouaoaiipiiB, Nor. 22 Bnow li falllog her
u us., lot waaioar camy.
I ' ssa.
Doatou UnaUlpal So ml nation a.
BoiTQsT, Nor. 21. Tb Rarnblleani tbli Tiolng
nominated Otli Noreroii for mayor of Boiton Dr.
a li. bbortlleTla tb Unmoor alio nominee,
At Iho Bcrkely Church Fair, at Music
jjaiL uoatoOa Iterate a oomio gallery of lb art,
admlurlon to which coBitltntei an extra charge.
Tb Ylaitor haa a program m banded him on en
tering. JUI tb work of art are numbered, 'and
on of them !j dMrfbdonULprograjxim m "Tb
IMtlih Ljre.'V,, On looking ai tb art! Jq quei
tlon tbe rlaitor la am need to find that It li a copy
Of tb Jtondoa IVaiM,
V Pen, Pencil, and fteUaors.
Via Boston stray children' are now called
UnotiRA fcu reappeared i ShclbyTillo
T. tv- r.
Yuixovr rsvm Is fagl
Tni Lake Erie fisheries, along the-pcnln-sala,
aro realities, aandienie proJts.
llianr noxnaiD and thirty-seven emigrants
posted thronfh Columbus last week, of whom two
hundred aad aftr-'two remain la Ohio. ""'
Tni country prcu or East and Middle
Tennessee notice a very extensive exodus of cltlsens
going oa for two moathi put to Texas and Atkan.
Tus Denver (Colorado) News reports a
fearful lUte at things la Ball Lake City, tho din.
tuei not daring to leave their homes at night for
fear ol aiiaiitaetlon.
Iris reported that a difficulty has arisen in
record to tho lloa. D'Arey McQes gojag ofllelallj
to Eaglaad aad Francs, In consequeaeo of some
Indlioroet nttersnoes lately made by Mm. ;.
Tni colored ladles of Buffalo have, in' ri-
- -- - - . i
valrr with their pale.faced deters, catered apoajthe
fashion of helxhUatnf tho eolor of their1 sombre
complexions with rouge. That Is a new game ot
ViroKS the battle of Sadowa rrood socictv
la TUana eoatalnod two omperors,taroe smpraeses,
eighteen archdakes, tha foretta diplomatic body
aad those members ofthercsldent aiistocraey whose
blood was bias eaough
Tut Amherst College students have voted
to dispense with tho usuat exhtblttoa of tho public
literary societies at the cad of the fall term. The
college aathorltles refale tbira tho nse of jtho
chapel for tho occasion aad tbo spunk oaa't stand ll;
A tocoxonri xvaixx passed over the new
railroad bridge across the Satqaehanna ataHarrs
de Oraoe, Tuesday Tho road will bs formally
opened for travel on Moadev, leueolng tha tlms'
between Philadelphia and Deltlmore thirty rain.
"U'r. havo lato advices from Montana.
Baew had fallen to a great depth la the regloa of
Port Beaton. Tho plains wero covered to tbo
depth of three feet, aad several westward'bonad
trains, with women aad children, were sadurlng
Tnx contract for the extending of tho Gov.
crnment pier at the mouth of the Cbtcego harbir, a
dUtanoa of 600 feet, for whloh proposals bare been
invited for tome time, has been awarded to General
A. M. Corse. It Is expected that the cost of the
work will not Ml far short of $ to, 000.
Tus Indian famine, which has, in this coun
try, attracted but little more notice than any other
event la foreign lends, has, it Is said, destrojed'
more thaa 2,000,000 people. Bo great a calamity
as this, which, had it ocenrred la Europe or Amer
lea, would hare filled the world with horrortjls but
tho theme only of a few newspaper paragraphs
Tns! Prussian Government has just given
orders to Its ooasular agents abroad to henceforth
consider as Prussians tho former subjects of Hano
ver, Electoral Uetie, Naliaa aad Frankfort. The
ageats of tho annexed countries acting either la
Prussia or oloowaoro are relieved from their func
tions, and the Prussian consulates previously es
tablished la those countries are iuppreited.
Tnx statement made by Washington cor
respondents that there are from 12,000 to 15,000
troops in tbo forts around Washington aad Haiti
more Is not qelte as abont as sear tbe truth as tbat
oao made a few days ago tbat 1,000 arms bad besa
stolen mysteriously from tbe Armory bore, which
had no arms stored la it. The entire number of
troops In tbe Deportment of Washington, which In
cludes the District of Colombia end tbe 6tates of
Har;Und and Delaware, and tho Btates or W eit
Virginia and Virginia eombtned, is lesl than 1S00
The lllckmoud, Fredericksburg,
and Potomac Itallroad.
Wo copy from tho Richmond Dispatch, of
yesterday, a portion of their report of the
annual meeting of tho above-named railroad
Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders of
too iltcbmond, i rederlcksburg, and roto
inac railroad was held yesterday morning at
me ouico oi mo president, corner oi r.iguin
and Broad streets. The following officers
were re-elected: tr. V. Daniel, Jr., Esq (pres
ident, and Messrs. O. A. Myers, B, W, Hax
all, Charles 8. Mills, and Elihu Chanccy, di
rectors on the part of tho individual stock-
tinlitare. Mp AnHrnw .Tnhn.tnn .nl en.
nounced as director on tho part of tho Com-
The following gentlemen were unani
mously elected to constitute the Committee
of Examination, under the resolutions
adopted at tho meeting of stockholders in
1837 1 Dr. Thomas B. Anderson, John B.
Baylor, J. lluntcr, O. P. M. Oarnett, and
John A. Bobinson.
The annual report of Mr. P. V. Daniel jr.,
president of tho company, shows that the op
erations of the road tbe past year havo been
unusually profitable; exceeding in amount,
indeed, the results of any year previous to
For tho year ending on the 30th Septem
ber last tho gross receipts of tho company
for transportation amounted to $402,717.23,
and from rents, $1,015.85. This exceeds by
tho snm of $104,227.04, or nearly thirty-five
Scr cent, tho greatest income over received
uring any year previous to tho war, and by
over fifty-three per cent, the average income
of the five years from 185C to 18C5 inclusive.
The current ordinary expenses for tho
year wero $229,939.75, or nearly fifty-seven
per cent, of tho gross earnings, and near
twclro per cent, in excess of tho average pro
portion which tho like annual expenses bore
to tho gross annual receipts of tho five years
ending 30th September, 18C0. Tbe causes of
this excess are fully explained in the heavy
outlay for reopening and repairing the road
after tbe devastations of tho war the re
storing of machinery, rolling stock, ic and
the heavy tax imposed by too United States
Government Upon tho gross receipts of the
Deducting the ordinary expenses from iho
gross receipts, thcro would remain in tho
treasury $173,793.33, or more than fifteen
per cent, of the aggregato capital stock of
iho company; or deducting tho current in
terest on funded debts and guaranteed divi
dends, amounting to $17,215 62, and $8,000
Interest on tho temporary preferred loan,
thero would remain a net profit of $118,
577 81, or over 11 8-10 per cent, on tho un
guaranteed stock, applicable to dividends
and sinking fund.
But from this balance of earnings the com.
pony has found It necessary tho past car to
apply tho sum of $100,190 42 to "extraordi.
nary expenses," consisting of rebuilding
nearly all the etatlon-houscs or depots along
the road, new and permanent bridges over
the Rappahannock river, Potomac run, and
Acokeck run, and the extensive wharves at
Aqula creek. This is, indeed, a heavy "ex
traordinary expenso," and not likely, or ony
part of it, to be bo incurred again for many
.Deducting this sum for extraordinary ex
penses, tbcro remains of tho year's earnings
only $18,577.81 for tho purpose of dividends.
But this is an extraordinary result at a time
like tho present Tho paying of all demands
In interest and ordinary expenses, and, be
sides, this enormous extraordinary outlay
for works destroyed by tho war all ou of
the earnings of tbo road is a result highly
creditable to the management of thej'ljjch
mond and Fredericksburg road, and shows It
to be lu a most flourishing condition.
, , n
The 5aMlly blifflil.
EUROPE,, VIA CABLE;
L0RD.STANLEY Olf kMERldi?
REFORM ,BAKQUCT ATJkTAKCllESmC'
The , Cretans ' Still" Belligerent.
AUSTRIA 'AND, HUIfQARYi
3 a '. -y a
THE FBEKCH F0B8AKE JKAIIMIUAN,
11 3 -MtfJl !
Bhiprnont of JapplieB8i6ppecU
A BEFC6B)F0g JAB, P0JB Jjl jflDSJU.
. ' " O i
CAPTURE OF '"DUBANGO.
GENERAL VjBQA EXECUTED;
A!fA88E8S0B KILLED IN6EvlGU.
Meeting or tloe Fe)esjjama Valosu
Irons astiropo, try eJssMs).:)
TSf Calls to tht Associated frees '
London. N ov. 2l.-l-lrd fitanlv.iln.rerftv
to alfeltcr m regard to. tW.thlpt'aetxsd by,
tho United States Government;; Jxilnts out
that no arrangement can be made to consider
uch.clalms.l.'f, M-' n V r I'f Q .
A' grand .reform 5 banquet tooK TUcoet
Manchester. last night" tkfr. Bright made' a
uThe Times says," although thoj Federal,
Secretary of" the Treasury believes that' the
tonus of "tho Untlcd'Statca will be' paid. In
gold, l wouldbe' better, ii; Congress would
secure such navmenls bv law. '"
l'r4TU,(Nov;,21.-Tho .Hungarian Dici
met to-day. Tho'Im'pcrlal, rescript was re-
ceivea ana reaa,t( it declares if tne met will
remove tho difucuHtci in the way'of .uiity'a'
Hungarian Ministry yrflbeappointed and
tho autonomy of litrngarybe re-es'tablished.
LonioN, Nor. 21. AdvlcesJfr'om Crete
state that.tho Cretan Assembly ,denythe re
port that they have submitted to the Turks.
' AxTwiar. Nov.'21. Thi schoonerllsland
Homo.'f'rom Kfchmond for the Bio1 -Grande.'
was captured on Oct 8anrl the crewltaken
olTandbrongMtolhii'jortr'... " i
uTxaroor, hot, zi-inp.couon jnarttoi
Is unchanged. Middling Uplands'lid. Iho
sales to-day will probably reach 10,000 bales.
Breadstuffsjlrm,1, Vlicat ttVuuJtia.. it 38a.
9d. The market for roTlslonaJJs' easier.
Pork baa a downward tendencyiV lit"
Lokdon.'Nov'. 21. Consols for'inphoy are
quoted tc-doy at 14j'TJ.1r..6-20,(t 70 3-4;
iiiwois uenirai, to d-4, ,rie, ou i-4.
QorrisTowri, Nov. 21 evening. Tho
steamship City ot Manchester, from New
xork on tbo 7th Inst, touched at this port
this p. m., and proceeded to Liverpool.
Pi bis, Not. 21 Evening. It is said tho
French Government has received nevr that
the rule of Maximilian is virtually at an end,
ana it is lurtner reported that the Govern
ment has ordered the'shipment of stores to
"Mexico to be stopped. ,Bt
iignLiN. hot.' 21 Kvenlnt-. Thorn !
report that the King" of Prussia has written
a letter to Fope'Pius, offering him the pro
tection or I'russia.
Lonoo.y, Not721 KTening. Tho Admi
ralty Court in tho case: of tho Itnppahon
nock has ordered the representative of the
United States Government to give security
ui Mm luu wueru h in piauuiu.
Livxarooi,, Not. 21 evening. The
brcaditufls market closed firmer. Provisions
havo a declining tendency. Lard Inactive.
Lokdoh, Not. , 21 evening. Consols
closed at 90 1-4. U. 8. 5-20's 70 14, Illinois
central shares 78 3-4, Eric shares Bj.'
Holing of Use Preedsaea'a TJaloa Ipeech
of Chief Jaetlee Caase.
PeiUDiLrmi, Nor. H'Tbls etealng the Penn
silvanla hraneh ef the American Fretdmen'e TJnlen
Commission hell a nuhllo meeting at the Aeadsmy
"". vuici jiusuoo vnase presiaea, aaa on
lektagthaehalrhs enreesed his itraltaoatloa.ai
the opportunity to testify hlijiearty approval of
me wora. lie sail tnat mare U no Interest In Ike
land which can he fu any way hindered by tha
work of the Commission. There li no"lntereit in
tbe land whloh will not ho promoted aad aided by
this movement. The speaker thea traced the origin
of the organisation, eommenelng with the first
agent sent bj the Treasury Department to the Eea
tslaals; and continuing until 'Congress had created
tbe Ifreeolmia's Bursas la order to assist the vol
notary efforts of the peopls mf , the (forth who had
taken hold of the work. The fart of true states-
meals to connect aa far as practicable Iho work of
tbe Uovernment with the voluntary action of the
people, and one of the, most interesting featnres of
Ibis work Is the Introduction of this principle,
Tbe speaker said that he had always taken a deep
interest In this eause. Tbe Commission was oa
dsaroring to carry on a work hegaa by the Qovera
meat, aad are striving to carrr the blessings of ed
ncatlon to every person In the South who Is willing
to secure them. Educated aad sallied labor will
be ten times of more value to tho community than
tbe uneducated, Tbe work will also assist us la the
setUTmint ot tbe dlOcultlee whloh now agitate tbe
Iteferrlng to tbo proposed ameadmeat, Mr. Chase
"A more generous, a more merelful proposition
wes never made to a people who here been In re
belllon,tbauthe amendment proposed. Those who
denounce It should give to tbe people another, end
thev will consider It. notwithstanding tbe fusion
of the hour. I trust tbat the people will never eon.
lent to any arrangement which does not Insurs a
permanent peace, tranquillity, union, and the pros,
pcrlty of this land.'
The speaker was frequently applauded during bis
llev. Lyman Abbott was the next speaker. He
refined to the seceulty ot edaeatlng the oolored
people of tbe South, In order to make them niefel,
not only to themitlrel hut to others.
The school home muit ho erected throughout
the South, and with Intelligence will c6me aa la
creeling demand for the product! of the land.
Tbe Perms hraneh of the Commluloa has daring
the pail jeer, lupported 301 ichools, wltU aa at
tendance of 5,000 scholars aad over 700 teachers,
and have distributed about a half million of sup
plln. If tbe contributions are liberal tbe Commis
sion hope to Increase tbe W9rk. "
dm. Howard, who was prssent, made an ad
dress, commending tbe work and ipletalug the
operations of tbe Freedmsn's Buroaa oonneolloas
with these voluntary associations for tbiedueeUoa
of tbe blacks.
QMiyj'rm .uww 11 r;itf-
Tb! teear Mn'eCkrtMUa AsoMUtua la
niLriMoas, Sov. Jl Thelodaf Ilea's Chris
ties AssoeVe?enrroMe aeaUnued their eosatoa
te-day, r ".r-arriei's
' yiluUdul.Wtrt adcfIdeJWdtttppVoTal
of aajilaTose.tssnrMa saint Oaabath.
MftUWutt taeisa.KrVotW.hsswtatfbii to .
on their most earnest efforts lo prevent aa? later
tVrhsaa'wWan.Wstnl ManT'law knt'urrtnr
1to,Cnrawlujeriffww'iarosKaMt the' laid to
orgeslsasusiallos. tawis.s?.asi Wilis
wheretbeyeVeHtaewaalsi.it t in
'IheyUsaVaeTel-sVmlemlsftlitan tb exert
Uqeors, aad to dlseoarasa eUaelsp, sard aad Mi
llard playing as having an aril tendency. J
Heiteaa AaTatts Lssaaev froae Jaarea-Cep-
'i'fius sicis,.KpV:lAI letter fremPr.sl-
aeat jaareo tao jseaTtena voassi satoa vaiaaa
he, Oct' 1 1,'says Ota.' AraadasU left El Fanu
to' form" a Junction wllh' OraJ Ansa aad attaek Do
rangi, which was svaeaatedty tbe Trench and gar
rUeaaJ by the Mexican InjperUllsts. Onl little
resilience was, made. ,c," ,. ' !
t J earn had saraosod twai traitors, Xarliuos aad
Aloiso. hal had refaeed to sardoa Corraasa aad
Vecdeti; wis wer executed for 'trlaes seawltted
whllj ChJbbalMWei under Imperial Mt.
VTmb nitll aa Aenstew saat ratsa la-
e x-iflaelaea mt a rmteasSlTtv
' AtraTSra, Oa., Her. JX.Oeorjt Meyer, assist
ant United Elates Internal revenue assessor, was
sloi and (lBIed atBlackrllle, S. O., by two mm
saaed Baadsrs, who.surren'di'red themselves to tho
shtrif. rjn rre l t3 et '
To dej being a holiday, aothlngi was rdone In
A loeomotivt exploded oa thd'Oetrgta railroad
to-day, klUItg fireman Mertla and'woundlng oagt
aeerBlrrjH ,''-' ' ,, .
,luBnyiKoaaHov.Jl The eattli market re-
poria snoWfrtoeinuioajyatiD Btevca, agaiast
l,M last week. v, la tenstojaeriea of this .keeping
hack of tatUt writes advancad to-day st. for good
beeresi eommon sasaasNd.Kri8heeD art alio
'tiarcet and"hfgbir1 sales at tit nod. Bop plenti
ful! "ippiy markeivcry, he'evy( 'packers sot dis
posed u oparatti aaias as ije.aot., ,
The BaUiaun eteek aurket Is, such deprussd
te-day. -; n i jj ,
3 A rata stt la this evening from tha southeast
tl 1W !&(? f i
rrwea Arkasaaat. ,
ulMbhtsxs, Ts., MtT..ta,--Atspe)tlal dispatch
to the AvettntUt, dated to-day, aeja'thatareoola
tloa vu latrodaeed la1 Iht Arkansas Ltgtslaturt
tailing on tht Government for Information of the
attempt to overthrow the preseat Btate" govern
mens. ,Tha resoWtloa was tailed, forth by; a tall
tlgatd by a few obscure Individuals at Fort Smith,
for the purpose ot Inaugurating a new Beats gov
crnment.1" The Legislature It still unable to elect a
United EUtee" Senitor: ' ,'- "
" " Annexation let fjaaaaa.'"
1 'New Toa'r.'NoT.'lS'-lTbe'yrmiU's special To
ronto dispatch sy a(iergo annexation mettlng vu
held last night, AresolatiorVwas adopted. urging
the Canadian ptoplt to aooept the terms oftared by
Iht last United State Ctagvtss.
A large forot of troops have hots ordered by tht
Canadian Government t Tori Brie: r '
Mr. McKoaslo applied .lo-'dsy for a new trial for
tha Fealaa rsisosets der aentanee of death.
, iTha Star law a Teams,
duvasvos, Hov.Jl. The Texas stay law, ap
proved by tht Qtversor, requires payments OS all
Judgments rendered before tht 1st of Jaasry, 1M7,
to ho made la pavatatsof annuel Instalmtats of
oat north each.
Mnleaa Oeaefml Vttja Sket as a Traitor.
Sax Faiacisco, Nor. It It rumored that
General Tege, who went to assist Corona, was real
ly employed by Ortega, and having" disobeyed
Jnares's orders, was shot as a traitor by order of
FlaaacUl' Excitement la stow York.
Nxw Toax, Kor. 32 Then haa been consider
able excitement oa Wall street to-day, and the
evening papers report tho stats of feeling la flaaa
alal tlreles as nusettled. Gold elescd at 1M.
OoTeraor Wella to bo lenpeaohcd.
New Oixaiss, Nor.'ll The JUntd's Hew
Orleans speelal says Ills rumored that aa effort Is
lobe made to Impeaeri'GoT. Wells, for attempting
to subvert the State government
Orrlwl, Nov, 21 Troops1 continue "to arrive
here by tbe river steamers.
MoataaiL, Nov. 21 The Fenian trials com-
menoe"on tbe 3d of Dooember nt Twootabury, the
eonnty town of Bedford county.
, . Toaoaro, Nov, 11, The Govorameat is directing
Its atteatlon t rearming aad tqaipplng the volun
teer balUrlcs, of the Frovinoes.
lEctaeatloa mt Froedsnea la Tremont Temple,
Bosvos, Nov. 11 A large meeting for raising
funds lo educate the frtedawn was sell by Iht New
England Breach of Iho Treedmea's Ualon Commis
sion, at Tremont Temple, last evening. Addressee
were delivered ' by Ix-Governor Andrew, Rsv. II.
W. Beeoher, Gtorgo Thompson, of Eaglaad, aad
Nsw Tone, Not. xl. Cotton deU aad nomlar j,
Soathera Hoar, fll.80atM.tO. Wheat, J ot ,ta
loser. Cora Jal cents lower. Jlold, 137J.
Deatk ost aa Ateesablrmaaxgect .
Alaisr, Not. 21, Daniel' Shaver,, mer JDar of
AMemoi'Oieet irom rjooonarie eouutj, v u Dj
Moivaait, Not. 11 A table 'aispaloh an
nounces a eoatrlbatlon of 10,009 -trom Glesxow
for the Qwehet relief.
IECIAJLi WOTK 7ES,
aM-To CtMemMtrtlrvtWriM Adnrtlitr,
t-TUj Irua rtori t h&lU, U m. fw w Mai, by a
Tirj ilnpli tmUjt SUt gUTUff .ntt.rU MTirtl
yitrtwUlisnTfluf iffMtUt.ftaJ Uktvt dntd dli
wtCoMinpUoi. UtasIBita mi tuows to bU
fUowiaffmrt Uu natva ( tir.
T all wt 4alr It h wilt ! a cr7 ' Pr
ttlrtka m.i, (fiM f b.r,) vlU u Inctloir, for
prfriBr d Uf U.m, wkW 4 tat? -fill flai
B011 Cuairoa Coiium-tioit, Astth 4, BaoaoiiTia,.e.
Thtoaljcblaetor thiadTrtliar la itadpif tb prt
crlptloa la to Uatat tha afflUUd a adapriad Inform
tloa wbleb b coaeaivM to b laval oabla J aad ba bopt
Try offorar will try bla nmad , at U will aaat tbam
aotbtac aad muj prora a blaaalaf
FartUa wlablag tbf pmerlptlw wilt plaaia add mm
oc23lf VUllamibarr, Klng toatlj,1X,Tt
etst-Ifolloa NaT Tavnj Brldlsw-.Xla couaa
qatoea of tba Mpalr- itunr) to bt uada to tba ffarr
TardDrldgt,UwUlbaliaAai aad aftar MOMD1T.
Octobtr 18, 'aatll fartbar ordjtn.
b. a riurcaT,
QilO-tf Cob mil alaatr iT abll Bulldlngi.
Banadf for Ibal DUaaa t alao, a Coaiiaptlta lUitro.
t, 'aad aa latlra Car for tba Broaabltli, iathma, ft,
aa bafoaadat Itott'a Irrni gUara. appo-lU KatloaU
Uotali ailmaa'i.aMr SlatropoUtaa naUltFord'i, tor
air of Il.T-at. aad PtuaaylTaaia itukj IilwliU'i,
aoraarof TwalftbaaAPaaavajlTaalaaraBaai UUott,
oraarof T aad TwalftbaUtati, laUbaaib'i.aoraarof
lTatb aal O, JalS-tf
LOBE UXPHESS COMPANY,
, wesauuTor, sov, 22, ISOo.
Uavtsg made arraefcmsate for forwardlae frslsbts
thraaeh lha -
ISBC1INTS UHIOtT IXPKISI DOUPlsr.
TrooirTewToik lele tbe itrrlforj aew'wwkid hr Ibal
Gompaev, la rparej to receive aed preaetlj furward.
el lAwkkiU, all ds...pu ,( f,,!, bl ', tb. fol.'
lewias orlksre,jtl.r.(Vv;jtlir ead eVialbwut.ra
.'nnftl!i...,.1I,Ji.V,,.!S,' nto PvrssJ
a IVTVI'I eoowwyaus SSBSIS SJJha ss-Uir. Mil HI IIB
Ooapaar, adjelelef the SalUaore aaa Wtsalagtea
BepoJ. johH A. BOWW, I