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S. P. HANSCOM, KDITOHj
SATURDAY MORNIHOi!: HOVKMBKR It, ,1M.
THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE.
.Yesterday published the earnest words
of a distinguished cltiien of Illinois, who ex
posed, in plain Anglo-Saxon language, the
Tillainiee of the Copperheads of the West
and Northwest, who hare been employed for
months in trying to obtain place and power
In the OOTemment by the most deceptive
means. The same writer congratulated the
Betcblicax upon the course it has recently
taken in exposing the treachery of the De
mocracy. To-day we arc able to present to our read
ers a communication, which appears below,
on the same subject, from northern New
York. VTe welcome such evidences of pa
triotism: X. the Editor of tin Naluiul Ripulliaxn:
'Your paper of the ICth insL has the ring
r ttia riirht metal. It nuts forth facts which
all should read and understand. You most
irnta uv tint the real issues of the late cam'
nalirn were not trulv and honestly presented
to the people. I speak from personal knowl
edge of the locality in which I reside, and
what is truo Here is true 01 outer lucauuce,
and throughout the State generally. The
battle-cry was not "The Pretident and htt
policy and the Philadelphia platform," bat
.nmixTL and Demoeracu." The Drlnclnlcs
set forth in the platform of the Philadelphia
nnnventlon of JLuirast 14th last were totally
ignored by the pretended friends of the Prcs-
ident, loose eievemo-nour converts -wuu arc
body and soul chained to the rickety old
treasonable car of secession.
Another truth now put forth is, that if that
noble veteran. Gen. Dix. had not been wire-
worked out or mo nomination ior uorcrnor,
the result in this State would hare shown a
very different footlng-up. The intriguers
and wire-pullers of New York and Albany
have been taught a lesson which they will
not soon forget. Whether they will profit
far It remains to bo seen. Your somrestlons
as to organizing anew are both timely and
annronriate. and the sooner a move is made
in the right quarter and by the right men,
the better. Noarniaf NrwYoaaEit.
From Ohio, one of tho most earnest sup
porters of the Administration writes us as
(latrwt froaealetter dated SleabeBTlIl.,0, If 0T.Il,M
I am very glad you have taken the copper
heads in hand. In our district they placed
in nomination for Congress a man with a
record second only to Vallandigham it was
only necessary for him to be as prominent
to be equal. Of course no conservative War
Democrat or Republican could vote with
them. They were asked to take Gen. Sam'l
Beatty a man who had a good record dur
ing the war, a War Democrat, but they de
clined, and as a consequence they were ter
ribly defeated, and as you say in regard to
New York, they deserve it Wishing j ou
success in everything, ic, I remain yours,
S. D. PnurirxT, in his Barnstable (Mass.)
Patriot of the 13th, says :
"OnTuesday last the elections took place."
"How well the battle was foueht
let the muster-roll tell." "The hearts of all
Union-loving men beat high, and Democrats
foueht to toe lost Daunt.
That "the hearts of all Union loving men
beat high" is not surprising to us, but it
beats the devil to learn from Phixmt's ili-
triot that "Democrats fought to the last bal
lot" when he was in this city worming a com
mission for the collectorship of Barnstable
ant of the Oovemmcnt He returns to Cape
Cod and proclaims, with the aisnrance of one
in action, "How well the battle was fought
let the muster roll tell 1" Now, it so happens
that the name of "S. B. Puijcxet" will not
be found upon the "muster-roll" those who
voted at tho last election in Massachusetts,
any more than you can find it upon any
Union "muster-roll" during the war of the re
" Treasurer Spinner received to-day a let
ter from a party signing himself 'Repen
tance,' enclosing 3100 as being due to the
Government." Evening Star, 23 J.
" Repentance" is evidently a new name for
" Hexet Wilson." We are glad ho has re
pented so much. As the " conversion" set
tles down to a reality the Government will
get the whole two thousand which he voted
himself for the last session over and above
the sum he contracted to serve for when
John II. Sttrratt.
A special dispatch to the New York Herald
of yesterday, dated Rome, Nov. 18, states
that " Jonx II. Sbbbatt, the alleged accom
plice in the murder of President Lihcolx,
was discovered serving in the Papal Zouaves
under tho name of John Watson. IIo was
arrested upon a demand of Gen. Kino, but
afterwards escaped. He ran the guard, and
leaped over a precipice, and escaped into
Italian territory." As the Herald is tho only
paper that had the news, it may turn out like
their "meteoric display," nothing but moon
shine. A Nkatlng Park In Washington.
A number of our citizens have expressed
a determination to secure, if possible, a suit
able park where tbe delightful and healthful
exercise of skating may be indulged in with
safety daring the coming winter. A meet
ing is called at the Board of Trade rooms
on Monday evening next at G.30 o'clock, for
the purpose of organizing a staling club,
and nil lovers of that pleasant recreation are
invited to be present. The project is a good
one, and we trust that a large attendance
will be had on this occasion.
A delegation from tho Massachusetts
Legislature, vis: Hon. Mr Pond, President
of the Senate, Hon. Mr. Stone, Speaker of
thellouac.Mr.GirroRD, Clerk of the Senate;
Major Morhisset, Sergeant-at-Arms, accom
1 panted by Mr. Sum, consulting engineer,
i .arnreu in mis myyesicruay, to examine tne
heating and ventilating apparatus of the
Capitol - and other public buildings, with a
view to the improvement of tho Massachu
setts State 'House.
On, Jouir ! Loa? we hear from WaiU-
Jogton, denies that hi favors the impeach-
mont of President Johnson. Wo supposed
he would deny it Gen. Logan has altiays
been considered a man of practical common
lease, n, 1, rnounc.
Wo pcrccit by the New Ybrk'prosthat
the drima'of,!'QrlSthGaant," constructed
fromUHAiLn Ream's noiel.which ha been
so muchsbuied and so extensively read, has
made a decidedly favorable Impresvon upon
the patrons of the New York Theatre. Al
though we have not yet witnessed the per
formance 'of the play, we can readily believe,
after a perusal of the novel, that it is a pow
erful and effective one. The story, in which
the passion of jealousy is displayed in terrible
strength, is highly dramatic,. In a very able
and just criticism of .Mr. Runt's novel the
London" Saturday Review has the following
"Mr. Reade's mind, after all. seems to bo
essentially that of a dramatist rather than
that of a prose novelist Hence his habitual
resort to the big and heroic side of character;
and nence, alio, bis passion ior working up
to striking dramatic situations situations,
that is to say, whoso full force may almost
be said to depend upon stago representation.
Take tho scene, for example, between Grif
fith Gaunt and Kate, in the presence of their
guests, when the latter has discovered her
lord's misconduct; or, still better, that other
where Mercy Vint makes the corresponding
discovery; or, most intensely dramatic of all,
perhaps, the interview between Mrs. Gaunt
and the luckless Mercy. These are all ad
mirably worked up; but, though writing prose
fiction, the anthor has conceived his situa
tions In the dramatic spirit, and they have
In consequence an air which for prose is all
but too lofty and high-flown. Just as Grif
fith Gaunt is an impersonation of more than
nbrmal intensity of passion on one side, so
the heroine rises above the ordinary prosaic
level on another side. They both, that is to
say, wear the cothurnus. They are both
taller and bigger and stronger than the plain
folk of the novel proper. And in a drama
this is the true method," Ac.
It will be seen from the above that the
story of Griffith Gaunt was eminently fitted
for dramatization for the stage, and we are
not surprised that it should have had a pop
ular run in New York. Rose Eimat's im
personation of Kate Peyton is spoken of as
admirable in every respect; and we hope to
see the piece brought out at Wall's Opera
Home, where Miss Ettinoe and a talented
company are engaged for the congressional
A Reminiscence of the New York
The following incident is related by the
New York correspondent of the Springfield
"Soeakintrof politics reminds me of an
incident of the riots of 18C3. related to me
by an eye-witness, xou remember tne lrib
une office had been threatened and was de
fended by armed men. The afternoon that
Gov. Scvmour addressed the mob from the
steps of the Astor House, one of the defend
ers or tne irtoune a acaa snot stood in
the editorial room window with a telescopic
rifle aimed at Seymour's head. If the un
scrupulous demagogue had said anything to
excite the mob, the intention of tho rifleman
was to shoot him dead on the spot, and he
would have done it beyond question. For
tunately for Seymour, he sought only to con
ciliate the insurgents, and so escaped with
ms lire, it is not probable tne crarty politi
cian ever knew how near he came to having
a ball lodircd in his skull, and it may be that
his good genius stepped between him and his
natural disposition on that memorable and
It is difficult to understand bow the bold
rifleman in tho Tribune office could, at that
distance from the Astor House, have heard
Gov. Sctmocr distinctly enough to judge
whether he deserved death for the words ho
Tlie Fall In Price.
There has been a tremendous fall in prices
in the wholesale markets of New York and
other cities within the last few days, and the
bottom is not reached yet "Satan's king
dom" of speculation is tumblmg down. It
Is not probable, however, that the news will
reach our friends of the retail persuasion in
this city for several months to come. If you
pay a huckster a dollar and a half for a pair
of chickens once ho will exact seventy-five
cents apiece for chickens during the remain
der of his existence as a huckster.
TnE National Republican fAVashinfftonl
offers to prove in court that Fernando Wood,
when lately at the capital, declared himself
a supporter of the pending constitutional
amendment. We are confident thatthisis a
mistake. Mr. Wood is understood to favor
a prompt and final settlement of all the is
sues growing out oi or connected wltn our
late ciVil war, but wo think not on the basis
of the amendment .Y. Y. Tribune.
We don't care how "confident" the Tri
bune is, nor what "Mr. Wood is understood
to favor." That is not the question; nor is it
important whether Wood favors or opposes
the "amendment" We insist upon our
original declaration, not that It is important,
but because it is true, and Fernando ehall
not wriggle out of it.
On account or S. B. Piiinnit's absence
in Washington, in search of an office his
county (Barnstable, Mass.) gave only 88
votes for the conservative candidate at the
last election, while the radical candidate had
two hundred and eighty-eight votes I If
ruiNNrr had not been engaged In apatriotic
duty here, and had been at home, and voted,
the conservative candidate would have rolled
up elghty-nino votes I
A Dishonest Pedaoooue. Ouaklw A.
Morrill, a sub master in the Lincoln School,
ward twelve, Boston, sent In his resignation
to the school Board on Saturday lost, and
then suddenly skedaddled to parts unknown,
leaving behind him forged paper to the
amount of $5,000. The Mechanics' and
Broadway Banks are the sufferers, laving
discounted the notes some time during lost
week, Mr. Morrill resides in Dorchester,
is connected by marriage with one of tbo
first "families of Boston, and had taught
school in ward twelve for nearly 20 years.
Orricui. Jokes Governor Bonders and
Chief Justice Kellogg, of Nebraska, wero In
Galesburg, Illinois, on Sunday week, and
In tbo morning attended Rev. Mr. Beccher's
church. The Free I'ren says that, as tho
sermon was upon the lato elections and of a
radical tone, the Judge, being a conservative,
was not well pleased, while the Governor
was delighted. The Judge afterward turned
the joke, however, by saying that while he
was somewhat uneasy, Governor Sanders left
the church In a perfect rage for Mr.
Bcechcr prayed fervently for the Governors
of all the States, and did not so much as no
tice the Governors of Territories I
An Oregon editor, whom we bad occasion
to meotloniome wieki ego, wentl to know wlio wo
an Well, eoon, wo ore "OepUln Scott," at your
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER?247l8b?r
1 v,PaVt Pencil, and HelMorshti
j" (Gem tv rampant m Chicago. v i ,
' The Cheyenne peace council is a failure.
Tai Georgian tasted on Thursday. v.
It is reported' that Mr. Wm. O. Bryant
will go to Earopo for tho wlntor.
Tm oyster "no-roto Is kept up in spite of
ebolora alarms. -
To runuvE belting and other leathern
article! from rats, ft" thorn aooeltoiof ceitoroll.
Tnxxt ttiocsaxd mineral specimens have
been eollootoa for tho Peril Eipoeltlon of nest year.
. ABE proposition to impcacn toe ircsiacnt
Is leagW at Motion! lj Ooa. Bailor.
K. P. "Conscience fund." Congressmen
Toe Chicago tunnel is to be finished to
day, whoa Chiooro will take a drink.
"Akothxb Ieisiman" writes to the Boston
Tot that A T. Btowart, tho load oontro merchant,
Is an Irishman.
In London a convention of representatives
of 150 duToroat trad, oooletlu roeontlj mot, and
determined to kold a jraad reform mooting oa Do
Tbe Fort Kearney Herald says that after
tho 10th Cottonwood was to lis tho terminal of tho
Peello railway for freight and pateeef en. Cot
tonwood Is one handrod mllei wort of Fort Kearney.
AccoxDDta to the South Carolina and
Georgia newspapers, tho crop of Boa Ielaad eotton
Is ootlmatod for tail year at from 10,000 to 30,000
bales. The) largest erop over relied wai about
The American yacht Alice is laid up at
East Cowos for the winter, none of tbo EaglUh
yaobtl baring aoeoptod Hr. Applotoa's obelleogo
to raoo for 100. Tbo Alloe will probably loll for
Boiton on or before tbo lit of May next.
A Committee on Ventilation is here from
tbe llamebuetts Loglilatire. Wo bare bad some
experience la this baeinoos, of lato, and can on
UgbUa tbo committee If they are at a loss for ma
terial. A well-known New York bank officer took
landannm, last week, and wbon tbo drug anerted
Itself, confined btnuelf aa ombosilor of $100,000.
A itomacb-pamp saved bll life, and bis friends
made the deficit good.
The spiders of the Sandwich Islands are
BOtToaomons, and tbo koaoowlvoi there "look apoa
tbeoe laieets as domeatlo favorites and seldom kill
them, u they live oa niel, moiqnltoos, and imall
lmeotl of varioas kindi, rodoclng their numbers at
one lesions of tho year very materially.'
We would respectfully suggest to the
HajiacbtuetU LegUlataro "Committee on Ventila
tion,1 now la thli olty, to reoommend the removal
of tbo old eodfleh that hai been impended In tbo
Itopreientatlrei' Hall of tbo Maiiacbniotta Elate
LToaso for fifty years, as a itep towards Improving
vontllatloa la that anelont banding
It is announced that the mountains of
Japan eontaln Umoitone, landitone and coal moos,
arei. Oold Is found In abandonee, bat the chief
metatltc production Is oopper. It ll so plonllfol
that tbo Japanese line their boati lnilde and out
lido with It, and also uio It to cover tho ihottors
and roofs of their houses.
A sbootinq affair came, off in Bardstown,
Kentucky, oa Monday nig bt, wblcb resulted la tbe
death of Mr. John rllebolioa, from a pUtol abot
Inflicted by bis brother-in-law, David Pbelpi.
Phelps, who has beea a Methodlit preacher, bad
separated from bis wife, and had been for some
time on bad terms with ber brother, Klobolion.
Tm Boston Yacht Clnb have elected the
following osteon. Commodore, Dexter F. Follett;
Vice Commodore, Thomas Manning, Moaanror,
Dexter 8. Stone; Soerotary, Thomas Dean, Troaaa
rer, Auruitas Run; Trueteos, Benjamin Dean, Ar
thur Cheney, Wm. T. Adaml. Eleven schoonon
and nineteen aloopa baro been regliterod la tbo
The funeral ceremonies of Sylvanus Harts-
borne, an aged and respected eltUen of Norfolk,
and bll wife, who died within an hour after ber
hniband'i decease, took plaoo on the 21it initant,
In tbo Preabyterian cburoh, on Church atreot. Tbe
lermon vu preached by the Ber. George Arm
itroog, and tho remalaa were followed to thogravo
by three generation!, and membera of the Maionle
fraternity end Meohanlo Aeioclation.
Natioial THXATBS.Lajt evening we wltnoaiod
for tho flrat time Ton Tatlob's very lueceiafal
dramatisation of Mlu M. E. Bsaddob'i popular
novel, entitled "Henry Dunbar." Mr. J. W.
Wallace, in penonatlng the title nh, was ably
aiitited by Mr. Vibibq Bowbbs, who made his
first appearance in many years, aiaumiag the part
of " Tho Major." This afternoon, for tho benefit
of ladlei and children, tho moral drama of "Ton
Rights la a Bar-room," and tbe pleating fane of
"My neighbor's Wire," with Mr. Bowsaa u
Timothy Brown, will bo givea. Thli evening,
'Henry Duabar" enjoyi a reputation with tho
aamo affective east of last evening
N. P. Willis Is paralytic.
Isaao BrcTOR, a private banker in Bed
ford, Indiana, auipended bulneu last Friday. The
local paper reports bla llalllltlei at $80,000, and
the auets not over $35,000.
Mb. Sionet Andrews, the accomplished
Journalist and Washington eorreipondent of the
Boaton Jfoiy Advntuer, Ii recelvlnc the eonrratu
latlons of numerous friendi upon his late bappy
union in wedlock with Mlu Breell, of Mew Jeney,
. Ms-STErnEN R. Mallobt, "Secretary of
tne navy or the Confederate Statu," ll now at
Peniaeola, Florida, bll plaeo of reildence before
tbe war. lie ll represented aa quietly engafed In
repairing bll property, which waa greatly damaged
during tbe war.
Mxs. Elizabeth Cadv Stanton has sent a
bottle of Mn. Wlralow'l loothlng lyrup to tbo edi
tor of tbo Albany Enntng Journal, m radical gen
tleman, who eontlnuei to ery, notwlthatandlng the
remit of tbo lato eleellona.
Jonathan Dearborn bos been nominated
for mayor by the Repuhlloui of Portimoulb, M. II.
James Brewster, one of the oldest and
moet prominent dtliem of New Haven, died on
Thunday morning. IIo was aged 78 yeari
Kextucev Race Uobsis at Mobile. A
Mobile paper of the 16th says : "Capt. Moobe
arrived yesterday from Louisvillo with tbe
following horses: Beaton, by Lexington,
dam Bay Leaf; Stonewall Jackson, by Light
ning, dam Edith; Privateer, by Lightning,
dam Ilennie Farrow; Bine Flag, by Lexing
ton, dam ITcnnie Farrow; Fannie Cheatham,
by Lexington, dam Laura; Bay Filly, by
Roger, dam Angeline. Wo learn from Capt.
Moore that the following stables aro on tho
way, and will arrive here in a few days : R.
A. Alexander, with six horses; T. B. Patteb
so.v, with five; Dr. Weldow, with six; K. A.
Sunn, with seven; Major Bacoh, with two,
and others expected, all of which will con
tend for the different purses to be run for
over the Magnolia Race Course, commencing
Monday, December 1th, and continuing five
The will of the late Senator Wm. Wkiqut,
of New Jersey, was admitted to probato last
week. The entire valuation of the estate
was sworn at 81,000,000, of which 8000,000
are in real estate and $400,000 in personal
property. All of this is devised to the fam
ily except $1,000 .which is given to tbo IIouso
WASiraaroN, November 10,1M. f
Information has been received at this De
partment fromMr.TnoMAaKisirATRicx, the
Consul of the United Btatcs at Nasiau. West
Indies, of the death, on the 2ih day ol October,'
1868, at sea, daring a voyage from Washing
ton to Havana, of John Hdtton, Mate of the
American schooner "Clara Ellen," of Boston.
The legal representatives of tho deceased
can obtain further information by addressing
this Department " "-'- '
.-' Examination for (he Navy.
to volcnteeh omcxEav
Navt Dspabtkbbt, I
kWasmibston, D. C, Not. 30, 1800. J
All persons who have served as volunteer
officer! in' the United States Navy for the
term of two years, and who desire to be ex
amined for, admission to the regular Navy,
aa provided in tho act of Congress approved
July 25, 1866, will at once make application,
addressed to Commodore B. i: ijci, Hart
ford, Conn., who will notify them when to
appear. Those who do not make application
prior to the 1st of January next, or who do
not present thcmiclvcs when notified, will be
considered as having waived their claim for
examination. Candidates will take with
them, when summoned, their official papers
showing thoir naval record.
Secretary of the Navy.
Ordered,' Nov. 16 Passed Assistant Pay
master Jared Lindsley to the Osceola.
Detached, Nov. 16 Acting Ensign An
drew Jackson from the New Berne, and or
dered to the Constellation; Commander Jos.
P. Foster from the command of the Tacony
and ordered to command the Osceola; Lieut
Commander Edwin M. Shcpphard, Midship
men Wm. S. Moore, Edwud Woodman, B.
a Richarcs, A. H, Carter, Louis V. Housel,
Josenh N. Hemnhill. First Assistant .Engi
neer W. B Clark, Second Assistant Engi
neers Geo. K. Tower, Henry o. wye, rasted
Assistant Snrcjeon Edward Kershner. Acting
Volunteer Lieutenant J. G. Yanally, Acting
Muter O. F. R.,Wappenhaus, Acting En
signs Hugo Jones, Norman McLeod, and
Aetinir Third Assistant Engineers James O.
Yeatch and Wm. Holland, from the Tacony
and ordered to theusceola; i'assed Assistant
Paymaster A. D, Bache from the Tacony
and ordered to settle his accounts.
Resigned, Nov. 16 First Assistant Engi
neer T. B. Cunningham and Second Assist
ant Engineer ueo. w. uau.
Land OHlee Operations In California
The Commissioner of the General Land
Office has rrcnared a list of selections bv
the State of California within the limits of
the San Francisco, land district, which were
msde in part satisfaction of the 600,000-acro
internal unyrovement grant, act of Sept. 4,
has been duly approved by the Secretary of
uie interior, mereov Teaunir uue in we
State for the tracts designated in iad lists.
- Receipt from Cntom.
The receipts from customs from the 10th
to the 17th instant, at the Dorta of Boston,
New York, and Baltimore, are as follows:
Boston, $391,278; New York, 81,963,789;
TtnUlmAra ftlnit'in. At Nnw Orleans, the
receints from the 4th to the 10th instant were
$132,018, and at San Francisco from the I
20th to the 27th nit, 8133,144.
Conaclenee money. '
The Secretary of tho Treasury, yesterday,
received from an anonymous source the sum
of 8100, which the writer, subscribing him
self "Repentance," stated belonged to the
Government, and which he desired might bo
appropriated to tho "conscience fund" of the
DUpoaal of l'nbllc Ianla In Iowa
'Petitions received at the General Land
Office show that 44,417 acres of public lands
were disposed of during the month of Octo
ber last, at the following local offices : St.
Cloud, Minnesota, 10,962 acres, and at Fort
Dodge, Iowa, 3,4115 acres.
Udod the recommendation of Hon. Tliur-
low Weed and others, the President has di
rected the remission or a fine or 82,000 im
posed upon Robert V. Clarke, last August,
upon conviction of his being an accessory to
certain smuggling operations on tho northern
Joseph Severns, Surveyor of tho port of
rmiaaeipnia, ana josepn u. ucnaerson, As
sessor of Internal Revenue for the Second
district of Texas.
Ixtebhat, Beveitoe. The receipts yester
day'amounted to $679,630.
A dispatch from Fortress Monroe, dated
on the 21st, says:
"Threo Methodist ministers, Rev. Drs.
Duncan, Edwards and Burroughs, the latter
formerly of Philadelphia, but now located In
Richmond, arrived Irom there this morning,
on a visit to Davis. They also entered the
fortress, and had an interview and break
fasted with Davis. In the course of conver
sation dropped by these gentlemen, after
leaving the fort, it was learned that since
the recent changes and additions mado to
the lormcr (manors oi xiavis in uarrou nan
and the removal of Mrs. Davis and her sister
Into the rooms 'arranged for tne reception
of his family, ne has become remarkably
cheerful, his health has very much improved,
and be speaks very confidently of being re
leased, liciauves ana inenas irom an pans
of the South are constantly arriving, enter
Intr the fort at nlcasure, and departing with
out being scarcely observed, and now that
his rooms In Carroll Hall have been fitted up
ana tne accommodations tor nis visitors im
proved, it is presumed their numbers will be
The Adams Express Company arc in dailv
receipt of numerous packages, presents to
Davis from sympathizing friends, of every
description that will induce to his comfort
or minister to his pleasure or appetite. Coal
and wood for the use of his family are fur
nished ad libitum to his servants, and should
his confinement bo lengthened Into spring It
is not likely ho will suffer from any of the
discomforts or deprivations, or any of the
usual concomitants oi prison inc."
The war In Germany took tho army of
Electoral Hesse by surprise, as at the mo
ment of tho Prussian Invasion it was with
out munitions. The staff sent to the Oov
eminent of Baden, begging the loan of some
cartridges. The bargain was concluded on
condition that the payment should be made
after tho war. Peace restored, Baden pre-
sentca ner uut to tne municipality oi uassci,
who passed It on to Prussia, which has an
nexed tho Electorate. Prussia considers the
claim to bo 'Just, and pays in sterling coin
for tho ammunitions that were to be used
against her. That supply, it Is trne, did her
very nine narm.
The Natioial ;Eftiblican.
EUROPE, VIA CABLE.
another Austrian loan
CAPTURE OF ARMS 'FOR" TOf 'FENIM
An Aintiiu Admiral Bound lot
Great Eastern oa Ike New York Llae.
OUR RELATIONS WITH ENGLAND
. .i i .. 4 .1
A SCHOONER AND HER OFFICERS LOSt'ATSEA
The French to Leave Mexico.
Ortega and the United Btates.
EXCVBBI0H PARTI TO GETTmUBG.
A MURDERER EXECUTED.
INTERESTING FROM THE WE8T.'
Cut. Flelthtr Fawn Amnesty end Suffrage,
Cable Newaofthe DM and 38d Inat.
(By Cable to the Alloolaled Preea,
Lokdox, Nov. 22. The United States
steamer Frolic left Southampton yesterday
to Join the squadron at Lisbon.
It is reported that the steamship Great
Eastern will begin to make regular trips' be
tween New York and Brest.
There is a rumor to tho effect that an
Austrian loan ol several million pounds ster
ling will be placed in tho market.
LivsnrooL, Nov. 22 Noon. The market
for cotton opened firmer, with a prospect of
a day s sale of 13,000 bales. Prices, however,
are unchanged; Middling Uplands, lid.
Breadstuff's firmer. Corn, 38s. fid. for mixed
Loicdox, Nov. 22 Noon. The money
market Is easier. Consols quoted at 90 for
money. U. B. Five-twenties, 70 1-2; Illinois
Central, 78 3-4; Eric, 50 14.
London, Nov. 22, p. m. A large quantity
of arms, designed for the use of the Fenians,
were seised on board tho Liverpool bound
steamer at Cork.
Viekna, Nov. 22. Admiral TegethofT, of
tho Austrian navy, left Vienna yesterday for
the United States, no will go direct to New
London, Nov. 22, p. m. The Paris cor
respondent of the London Pott says that the
relations between England and the United
States will soon be critical.
London, Nov. 22, p. in. The crow of the
schooner E. M. Dyer, which was abandoned
at sea, have arrived In England. Tho cap
tain, mate and two men died from exposure.
Liverpool, Noy. 22, p. m. Tho cotton
market has been quite active to-day, with
sales of 16,000 bales. Middling Uplands
closed at lid. Petroleum dull and declined
at la2d ; refined closed at Is. 6d. The mar
ket for tallow closed firm.
London, Nov. 22, p. m. Consols closed at
90 for money.
The following aro the latest pricos for
American securities: Illinois central, 78 34.
Erie, 50 14. TJ, S. 5-20's 70 14.
Loudon, Nov. 23, noon. A schooner was
seized to-day by the Government authorities
at Cork on suspicion of having Fenian arms
Mr. Dargan, an Irish contractor, has sus
pended payment His liabilities are esti
mated at a million pounds sterling, but his
assets aro considered good.
Pabis, Friday, noon. La France editor!.
ally admits that tho departure of Maximilian
from Mexico Is likely to take glace at any
moment, if it has not already been accom'
Le Tempt says the French will quit Mex
ico speedily, and altogether.
The iloniteur maintains silence on tho
LivEBrooi, Nov. 23 noon. During tho
week the cotton market has been rather dull,
but steady at lid. for Middling Uplands,
Transactions were very heavy, and sales
for the week do not foot up over 66,000 bales.
To-day the market shows some improvement,
and prices nave an advancing tendency.
Middling Uplands aro quoted this morning
at 11 l-8d., and sales to-day promise, to roach
Breadstufia contlnuo to advance, and the
market' to-day is still firmer. Corn is quoted
this morning at 10s.
London, Friday, noou. Console, 90 14
American securities are quoted as follows:
U. S. 5-20's, 70 34. Illinois central, 78 34.
Erie, 50 14.
A How Presbytery- la llalllmor..
BAtriHOBr, Nor. 23 The eonrregatlona of tho
Praebvterian ehorohoi under tbo eharge of Rev.
Dr LeFerere and Bov. Dr. Bullock met to night at
tbe ohoroh of tho latter to form a sew Preebjtery
to be Independent of the General Aiaemblj of the
Old 6obool. Thli aotlon ia pariuant to tbe de
termination taken aomo time elnee by theee oon
gregetlona on account of the action of the General
Aaiembty in the matter of tho Loulelema Preiby.
Wliat the Galretton BulUtlli Sajri General
New Obliahs, Not. 23 . The QelTeiton lint.
ttUn lajf, dltorltllj, that Geo. Ortega td, while
t GiWeitOD, en route to the Rio Qruide. tb.t he
wee la eomtent eommunleetlon with tho anther!
tiei at Wait log ton, and that the were In faet
irlendlr to hie Mexican project!.
Maryland Star Commliilontri Aiipoluletl!
IUltimorb, Nor. 23 Secretary Stanton bu ap
pointed Ool. W. II, Stewart, W. F. Lynn, of Waih
lngton, and A. Miller, of Cecil county, ae commie
iloneri to award compensation to the loyal ilare
owner, of Maryland nhoio alarea were drafted Into
the army daring the war. Thli eommliilon Ii ap
pointed under an act of Oongreii paiied I ait teiilon.
Xlapaael Beiumee Accepte a ProfcatoreUlp
Flta Xe Ceu to Tcxaa.
New Orliani, Nor 23 .Admiral Raphael
BemrnM, late of the rebel nary, hai accepted the
cbalrel Frofeiior of Moral Phtlotopby and ngtlh
literature la the Loulilana Slate Seminary.
Ota. Vili Lee, nephew of Oen. Robert Lee, ar
ftted here en root to Texu for bll health.
Gold WUIt a lllack Eye.
Nxw York, Nor. 2 3. -Ool J, 13SJ.
IMneallea er the eJeJertCfaXple mtttmrf
BlLTiileW NeSMplU tSaikanaal meet.
lng of in BatlaJa AaotUtloaler tat M era! atd
KdaeallonafJlnpWtelSrnt of Me Morel Peofle
was hell tkli erenljr, hi the Bew'Ajmtlj Booms.
An Interettfni retort wis reieValiowtac the retail
of the put year's work, and tho modes lawktoa'
thesoolety had beea aided as well as hindered.
ThT reeelptTof the year amoant to tll,M.Tne'
expenditures hare oxeoeded tho Jrfeelft fry over
$10,000. Of the reeelpta i,700'wei from lie Mew
England Freedmen'l All Asioolatlen, $000 from
tho New Tork Aieoelatlon, $1,10$ from the Penn'-'
sylvasta Troelmea's'Ail-AseoelatloaltM from
the 7rendJ Aiioolalonof iPylalelpnle, aal
$3,800 .from friends In England. Tho Soerotary
has la dpe'ralloi 7$ eokoote,' ineladl'o'g M'JS thli
eltr, nanberiof Ja oil Jt teeehors and 7,000 tehol
an. The larger Bamberofthetoashm are oolerol.
The moat 'oBooaragu lieoelihli attended the of.'
forts of tho aasoelalloa Thseolorol poopts every
where'. aW1 meiilfeittnf'thVBealeit earernees' to
eontrihato to tho tappertef Ueoea.eeu.mtrHhol'
sand delleta,have heel eontryialea by Mo colored
people la the eovntlea doring the year. '
Archibald filtrllox. Jr. ..mala aa earaeit. appeal
la behalf of tbe eanae, and adlreaaei werf ales
made by Jodge Bond, Hajof Oeneral Howard, aal
othen. o i T y.:.l t
AflMre la ArBuueeae-UlereU Poeltlea of
the Teaaeeaa Preebjrtery,
Mtarais, Her. M A apef lal to, the AvataneU
from Utile Itook laji that a reiolaUoa pasoel the
Homo nnantmeaaty dlreotlng the Committee oa
yorelgn Relatione to preient a immortal to Con'-
greu letting forth tho Spirit, of detpotllm In Ar
kansas, their 'deaire'Ior tne reetoraUoaroitha,
Un!on'Bllhaipeed j renewal of peaeo1afilooafl-
loaee, and their willingness to oeBonr In all meal-
..,. 1 ; it L-' ,,- !.,. 'tt---..t--.
iuHiun,vn oeev muue; waiew rw oeBiuvene
with the honor and dignity of the StateV tW v
. of n ' a Va Wi1. M 'aaT . a
, iiit rtvgiauoo.iJWunjMiTpaa mdiwiiuobju
mndmDt wu'lvgtla rtftrnd to'th CobbIUm
oaFritrt Relfctlo&f, t fc ToU"of BT to,T.' .' '
The Omni Auimbij ontlnni t xciU dtp
int.ra.it: ;V -7 ' ly . y?
' eW- - FT 1 ) Wf (- w,
Th qatitlon of dUaf ib fiwdmu vu !
ptettllj Ukm n to-da.7. ftad olll.tta.td aad lib-
f '- . m r t
From 0aihrttHaMB.t to DMd
r$U Arm' Ai VrT, 'r ' " -
Sax F nit ci ico, Not. Jl Th botrd of lopir
tuoh U.TO f nnita nniiiiqa, rortot rteuoa or a
moDomtnt on UdIob qauo la honor of inoioIdUri
udiftllors'oCCtitron.Uwl.o loft tbt-Ir Htm la tho
lato war. - x." i " i
Tha monamtDt wilt eoil $50,000. 'G0. lta
eookanilotbm'.'wbo art onu ) eonnutat, will
uk lahMrlptlou from tbt.eUUtni la aldVof thff
Hr. Oedey, tbo Mextcin CoaiqI, If Informtd that
tbo party of American offioon who wont' to Maxtoo
lut latoBor Trill. ( Coll. Montoro and Qrotn, and
who rtoelTod eommlFitoni jai.th'Ubral army.
hTo" ntrobtd wltb" Gtnorat Aranda to attack Poi
ran go. &
wi -a m -w t.
Exaarilea Party to Gettjraitu-jr,. ,
GxTTrsstBQ, Nor. 23. An obxiIo party eon-
titlog of Gen. Oeary. Chief Jnatlce Chafe. Major
Gen. Meade, 'Hon.' Blmotf'Cameroo.HeoMorton
MoMlenaal, Ow." CadwaJladerV JaiW X. Vine,
Geo. H. Bok-T,Mr.iBetliermel(theartiit, Jaftra
Pale, Ithothtri, 'ana nnraberaf' Jadlee, ar.
tired thli erenlng otTa rlilt to the Gittyifctrg bat
tle field. '' A rpvclal invlfieovilitliig of the Preil-
dent'e ear of tha PeanrylraaLa talfaQad and tba
Pretldent'i car of the. Northern r&&uai .railroad,
hai been plated at tbe tttnoeal of the uemralontati.
They will derote to-morrow te'T.tltlog h battle
ground ana returm in tne rea.ag.-t.
Governor Fletcher, of Kleaomrl. I Vavor of
Rebel Enfratichleeinent aud negro Bar
St. Louis, Nor, 23 The Evtning Ntwt of to
day layi Gorernor Fletcher, Hon. D. Grata Brown,
Hon Henry S,( Blow, and other 'prombaeatradleaU
hare Inaugurated a norement In thla eltr barlBr
for lie objoct tbe rejection by the LgtiUtre of Ibe
eonitltutlonal amendment and the anuainenHl of
the State conatltutloB, lo at to abrogate tbe dli
franehliement of tbe rebela and lubatttute therefor
A IarK Meteor Fall In Georgia, and Ex
plodcaWltln a Xaud HoUe.
NnuriLLi, Nor, 23. About four o'clock lut
Tuesday morning a meteor, lighting the whole
heareni, waiiiinlnthe rlcl<y of Rome,GeorgtaL'
morlng ioutbeatwardly.u! It appeared like a lire
ball ai large aa the aosi It f exploded apparently
ten mile off wltb ft tremoidoui report, like that of
a fifty pound canffpnVbit ibook the earth a&d
maae me winaowi raiuje.
Execution of a Canadian M vrderer
MomnaiL, Nor. 23. Jamei Mack, the mar'
direr of Alfred Smith, of tbe Royal Artillery, wai
hung tolday, Tbe Catholic prleit admlnlitered tbo
laerament. Tbe pruoner wore a reaigned appear
anee and eoufeaied bli crime, and acknowledged
tbe joitnen of tbe aentenoe. lie alio laid be wai
ready to die. An lmmenie crowd waa preient.
Si.x FsiMciaco, Nor. 23. Got. McCormlok, la
hla menage, itatei that tht.tadebtedneiaof 'tbo
Territory of ArUona ll $20,000. H ipeaki well
of the mlnea, buteomplalmof tbe mallierTioe, and
layi there la ao itage coach runnier in Aruoaa,
although tbe Territory hai beaa orfanliid nearly
taree yean. 4
Th Fealau Trlale In Canada.
Torovto, Nor. 23 In tho Court of Common
Pleai to-day, Mr. MoKeaale wo red to let aalde tho
terdlet la the caie of tbe Qvieea . 61 a? In. Tb
day waa ipent.ln argnlngthe legal polnti larolred.
-b X at.. Ta . ... Jt ' 1L.I. .-f !. ..all
uu tun tuuga IB-BfpBit, uir uiuiuu vuvti -
Nxw Tour, Nor. 33 The Western Union Tel
t B-ranh ComnanT baa Init fabened their newlrOom
pitted line orerla&d to CaIlior&la,'Vla Denroi olty,
Rrldger'a Pan, and the ore -lend stage route u now
trarelod Thli line ti In addition to the old ltao
Tie Fort Laramie and the South Pail. The new
line Ii constructed la a superior manners and there
wUl probably lefltije htt.rnjptln lale
srraphlo communication with tbe Paelfio. Tho
Western Union Company bare alio opened their
new line between Salt Lake City anl Montana,
thus bringing the mining districts of that Territory
Into direct communication with the rut of tbo tel
Pin leer ton After tho Condnotore
PniLADitrBii, Nor. 23 Joseph 6. M, Gibson,
a Penniylranla railroad conductor, baa been com
mitted In default of $10,1)01) baU. on tbo charge of
embeiiUor farea ooUe6te.diagr him. An extended
forest igetW, uaderunder tbe laperrlslon of Allan
PInkirton, a deteotlre from Chlcigo, ihowi that
many conductors on thli road" are defaultin, and
tbe company Intend proseoutlng them. Numerous
discharges of oonduotoribare recently taken place
MohtbsUL, Nor. 23 Dispatches received here
by the Gorernor General from England atate that
tbe possibility of trouble with the United States
readers Ineroesed vigilance Indispensable on the
part of the Canadian authorities.
Gen Avorlll, the aewly appointed Uulted States
Consul General, has arrived here.
Fire at Dover, New llampehlre.
Dover, N II , Nor. 23 The upper part of tbo
City Hall building, Including the armorlei of tbo
Stafford and Light Batterv, vu burned Tight
offlces In tbe lower part of the building wero In
jured by water.
New York Markets
New Tons, Nor. 23 Cotton dull at 33a35.
Flour lOeZO cents lower. South im $ll,7&$16 2ft.
Wheat la3 cents lower.
OU Ileflnery Burned,.
Pll .LABEL?..!.. Nor. 23 Tho OU Oltv R. finery
was destroyed by fire this morning. Loss, $100,000
Flro in lloeton
Doito5, Nov. 22 Tbe buUdlngs Nos. 31"J
&10 Washington it re it, wero nearly deitroyed by
U.'nT'.Tj'iiifi '."iir; ,iin
Daatk af Sirs.
. a. R. PelUia.
Mew York 1
TML 1. Hew Ynk eltr. .a emdar. If ovember
11,18M, Hast Caius, wif..tBn.dbJa. Pellon,
wii-aerinUL wheM btossbii wm always i
ehlne, aal oa. who was th Joy aal treanrf tf the
Eteatly, etreU,', An" aakUl.worl ,aertr ' pasrtl. her
llpe, n nhlilthMsAt.aeTereaUred, her heart.
All who knew kwlorel hw. 8k. 1U1 la tho Chris
tlaa'ihope aal ntlkj I After a pal. III. ska reaU
wolVaal all momoriM of hour pleasant: '
- rei ear, ea raeaer, in Tame arme,
Aa. lee aer .waeiena ..I I M f
A mteeeaf er of love ketwela ( I
AaS lei her heuefertt k.
taa .f k.aa heart. aaS ThM."
.TnlBEthasibten ftladtln the Recorder's
.aeoXtHrrtfrrriBl WritfA'artWe of
agneiant lay alow ( aaarrlage, lalyslgael and
staafjol.e n..atalaela.pr.rlas that, whereas
Katrine wel Ibe pisMsior of Mn. keebll fernl.
tare, aal the' pVopristms if a female Waployment
bnilneia.eke,' ' UJfonilderalleJ'of' Ue"loIar and
other'valaahu vniIderaU'oni,'',"paU teTrioti, wai
to rtaula ik sol peieenorif lb. I ariltiar. and of
h. bariiraeaVMtwM f.rthw stlpalal.l tliaf the
fain kaibaal rhoell 'malslal. tk. fata., keaie-
loll. ' "1IjJMI,JIIIi SiiIl
i- t za ' ,
1 Tny IfftrntAni tttaej,n A ihtwmJtm Vtl
ErlttamYongiald,"li a'lale dlaoonrieat Salt
Lake: "The last tlm.1 wailn the .ally of, Lowell
Uer.wer.fewUea.the.aaa4 morifeiaalee than
Bales la that aa. rity.- TaatlsisaaaT ywrs ago.
They live and II. la a stngt. aUle, aal an forgot
tea. Hare thajBHeo' the raeanre of their area
lion, aal'aMoaptlahol (he'leelgn' .('Heaven la
brlaglagthomBpoa the aarlh f, ,H.j' Ih.y bar.
lit' Two thotsaal foot, Ool-Ceariag Boa ihoall
go'ttWo'aal'tak. toitk.ms.lree awveai wires
ap(ec..':,"' u '.'t-
' t"' ' ' .
','tCniip TaAVELiira. The London," Chat
ham, and DoverraflwYy'sells,' to; passengers
living 'at stations not. more than six miles
'o'at'bf town, weekly ticket enabling them
to ride to ixmdon ana return,' each day, Tor
one shilling (21 cents) In silver." On the Me
tropolitan, railroad ot .London tho fare for
each passenger Is two cent. .These rates are
much cheaper than those prevailing on either
me none or street railways in mis cuy.
a-aplrlteuIUm.-Iro. Ai Is. Kornana will
deliver a dUeoaroe 1. Catoa' teasae Hat! en IDHDAY,
NoTinVer 15, at U a at , aal X i. A. S. Vowton, form
frir editor of Ike Ail ftepfamt BptrttvatUt, will lee
tare at 7Hp. m. en "ThePhtloaophyaadlkoBainedr
of ItU," Adntieteal Meralaf, froet 'ETealaf, tea
eeala.'; ' " aoll.ll
i -4EeTTe Cewanmptlrae Tbo Adrertleer,
aavlegaeearteteredte health, t afew weeksy a
ery almplo reaedy, after bavleg 'eaffered several
years with a mere Ueg affeeUee, and tkat dread dls
eeCoaeuaiileB,leaaxleitJaakehkaewa lo his
ftlwse reran tho saeaaa ei ear. 9 ,,
"ToallwhedeslreUhewUlaeadaeefy of the pre
scription used, (free ef eharge,) with the dlreettoes for
preparUff aadaalasj the easae,whleh they will Bad a
foal Cvaaroa Oorterrioa,jeTawa, Vaeroima, Ae,
The only ehleet of the advertiser la eeadlag the pre
sertpUeate to benefit the autleted aal ipread laforma
Uea which he conceives to be lavalaahle J and he hopes
very eafferer will try hla remedy, ae It will cost them
aethUg and aaay prove a blecelag. - -,
rartlee wUhleg the pmerietloo. will please aedrsse
r- R1T.XOWAKO A.WIUOIT,
eeU'ly Tf Ultaaieharf j t Kings eoeaty,ir.T
49-Hotlce-If ary Tard BrtdtTWIa conee
qeeaee of the repeire aeeeeeari te be made to the Hevy
Tard Bridge, It will beelteed oa 'aal tfter KOHD1T,
October 15, aatll farther orders. ' -'
' B. B TIIltCH,
eelO'tf Conmluloaer of rablle BeildUg a.
r-Hadam Monnte' PUe lalre a Valuable
Xeraedy for that Disease , alee, a CeaearapUea Deatrey-
aad aa Satire care rer the Breiehiue, aatbnia, ae. i
eaa be feud at IUUi Drug Itere, eppeelta Vatloaal
Betelailaiaa'e,aear kTetrepolltaa Hotelford'e, cor
ner of Ilereath and Peaasylveala avenue ( latwUle'e,
eerier ef TwelfU aid Feaasylvaade avenue t llllott'a,
eorasr of T aa Twelfth streeUi laibaag h's, eerier of
leveklhaadO J si J If
LOST ON LABT NIGHT, BETWEEN
Qrevor'a theatre aad Bevealh etreet, ea Pe&asrl
vaala aveaue. a small LADIES B HI 1ST -Pitt; set with
pearls, (a fatally reUe.)-The teder will Ve literally
rewarded by retnralag the cane to thla ea.ee.
NE HDNOBED D0LLAE3 BEWAUD.
QviariauiSTia! Orrici. 1
WisanroTOK, D. O . Hot, If, INS
Stolen' from Mhe camp of the United Btatea Bnrlel
Corps, near Baarptbarr, M d . oa the eight of the 12th
of November, lut, TWO SOERBL MABB HOLM, OMK
BLACK KOaH aad CUB JIT BLACK UOR8E UULI,
all hraeded D. I. ea the near ahoulder, aad C. II. T. oa
The above reward will be paid oa! their delivery at
this depot, of twenty. 4ve dollars for either oie eo de
livered. CHAI. H. TOM fK I Ml,
Brevet Brltadter Qsaeral,
no21'10t . , and Qoartermaater, U. B. A.
BOYCE'S LiADIES' AND GENTS' IOE
CBKABtAafODUlRO BOOMI, Be. iSSPsaasrl
vaala avenue, between Poaraad a.half aad Blxth
The lartest aad coolest D I NINO ROOM, the most e
teaalve BILL OF 7ARX,aa4 the LOWEST PKIC1S la
the elty. TABLE BOARD, tweaty-tve dellars per
month, with eholee from Bill of Fare, aad meals at all
Opea from o'clock a, m. aatll 10 p. n.
- ,mr BO LIQUOEB BOLD. -t
lee Cream, water leoc. Confectionery, aid choice
Pastry coastaiUr o haaa eel.
ESTABLISHED. ON THE POPULAR
SMITH SKOTHXXS it CO.,
oiKiLutis's Tvunisuina GOODS,
' " Hoe. in aad ett IETUTB STEIST,
' ' OWOSTTl POST OTFICK,
.elS.ly , " WASHIilQTOH, p. C.
s ., .
I P I S L D 4 O O.' 8
101 OSIAK IALOOS,
tit SM Be.eatk elteel,
BetwMa K etreet aal MauaekaeeUa aeeaae,
VAealseroa, D. O.
Wa 'trtll.H It HTIVMflD ti.Ll.a B.II...I fM
Vaelaeee, tke aaeratrae4 wovlS teepeetraUr laferm
his late so i toners aad the public that, bavtif beea for ,
Scare acsooiaice wiia aim la Duaiaecs ai tae oia cikic,
o. SM Blith etreet, they are prepared to faraUh a
COAriCTIOBaBT AND ICI CREilf
cuual la o,nallty to that feralsbed by Mr, BbcOeld, aid
which has beea so folly appreciated by the best families
of WeshlBgtoi aad Oecrretowa.
They ash a cell from all la want of anythtag la tbclr
llae, awarlag them that aothlag will be waatlag whtsh
will lead to gratify the waate of their eestomere.
T.t I......,., iljBUBB,
Me. B90EievcBth etreet,
Between K street aad Haasachasetts aveaae,
Jcl 3m Waahlagtoi. D. O.
DEPARTMENT OP THE INTERIOR,
Dairae Btavis Pavsav Orrici,
WiiaixiToa, Oct, SO, 188D.
Oa the petition of Oeorg e W. Browe, of Gsteabarr,
UllBOls, preytagfor the exteasloa of apaUal graatctl
to him tbe M day of Pebraary, laU, aad relciecd Pcb
raary 10. 1838, and agala rcUceed jepUmbcr 11, 1860,
la Ire alvUlons,oa foerof which eiteacloa Is now
praysd for, vis t on anmbcro 103. 1037,1038, aad 1039,
for an tmprovemsat la teed Pleelere, for scvea years
from the expiration of said pate at, which takes place
oa the U day of Pebraary, 1M7 1
It Is ordered that the said pctltloabe heard at the
Patent Offlce oa MOltDAT. the list day ef Jaaaary
Beat, at If o'clock m ' aad all pcrsoac are notified to
appear aad shew eaaae. If ear they have, why said
paliUoa eeght ao to be greeted.
Persoaa oppoilag the ostoasloa are reqalred to tie la
the Patent uSee their ebleetloBs, specially act forth la
wrttlBg, at least fWy days before the day of bearleg,
all UsUmoay Bled by either party, te be eied at tbe
eald hsarlag, uaat be tahsa aad transmitted la accord
aace with the rules ef the offlee, which will be far
BUhedeiepplUaUoi. DcpoaltlOBB aad ether papers, relied apoa aa teitl.
moay. must be Bled 1b the offlce I maty dayc before Ihe
dayofbcarlegl theargamsaU.lf aay, wUklifmdays
after Bllag the tcstlmcey.
Ordered, alee, that thle eotlee be pabllebcd la the
BiruiuoiBaid the InUlUet
.veneer, weaaiagMB, u, ii ,
a " reuH wane, wrw, ffllHtug, (lunula,
cBce a week for three cicceeslve weeks I the ant of,
la la rtmetu or isn. A'eiioa, aeaia aaa uiea
aa.aoeilotatoiaagVtor, a, lerUl Ufa, Chrli.
ttaa mother, aal a ilaeere friend oa.,U whole
atari wii-MMU. wheM btosmii wm always na-
eald pabllcatleie to be at least slaty days prevloeslo
the day ef hsarlag. T. O, TUBiKEB,
b -'- CemialasloBer of Pateats.
P, B Editors of the above paperewlU plcateeopy,
aad ssud their bills to the PaUit OBee with a paper
oatalaUf this boUm, bo7-wJw