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VOL. X-No 113,
PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1868.
DOUBLE BIIEET T1IREB CENTS.
DE TJ.Ifc OPE.
ail Xatoa to Oct. l.
A Krrmbliciin rroscramme
Ppain Isabella's Intendcnto
-Tlio War Cloud
General Continental News
By an arrival at ew York jesterdv- we
lave Kurorcan advices to October 29.
A lUpnbllenn Programme.
fenor Orense bits published a republican
xronramire, tinted Valencia, October 20. Tbe
illowtiig are the heads ot benor Orense's pro
trimmc: , ,
1. Form of Government Democratic federal
republic. , , ,
2. 1 euislatlve Power A slnele Chamber,
elected annually by universal suflrase.
3. Executive Power A Presi'leut, nominated
by ibe Chamber without limitation of tim-j, bat
leniovable at the pleasure of the Chamber.
4. Judicial Power Appointment of (adzes to
be wh.lly independent of the legislative and
6. The central or national government to
nianapo the army and navy, the code external
and diplomatic affair. siatWuc?, the Custom
House a hile It lasts), post, office and telegraphs,
dltrutes Deiweeu provinces, unity oi money,
-Wfiebts and measures; extinction of the puolic
debt (the money to be provided Irom the sale
of tbe rojal patrimony, na'ioutl property, and
alines), railways on a large scale.
Principal or jects of I bo povernoient:
C. The security to every citizen of his indi
f 'dual and primordial rights, which ar the
lollowine: Personal liberty, property, lreedooi
of woroblp, freedom of tbe press, right of meet
ing. 7. The penalty of dea'.h, slavery, iaiprron
rnfDt, monopolies of the sale of bait and to
bacco, taxes on consumption, etc., arc to be
8 Customs, prisons, and judicial processes to
be imnediately reformed.
9. Domicile aud private conepon3ence to be
10. Education, choice of professions and em
ploy nitnts, banks and credit insiuutiouB to be
11. The provincial deputations, alcadea. muni
cipal councils, and nianibtrates to be elected by
universal suffrxee; their lusting to be oien,
and a rerort of the proceeuiua ti be publib-'d.
These -jodtes to decide upon ad questions which
do not come under the control of the central
12. Itevinue to be raised by one tax, direct
13. Tbe Bpinisb possessions abroad to enjoy
the fame riehts as the mober couottv.
14. Tne post oflice, teleerai bic and other
services to be patd for out ol tbj Drotits tbey
produce, aud taxation to bp reduced in propor
tion as teese profits inerea'e.
16. Ibe Civil tjiuiirJ 4loie shall act as a police.
The aitny V be lor the national de'euse, and a
voluvteer force to be propped or the preserva
tion ot internal order. Hpiin renounces wars 'if
conque.-t. and will make waronly when its iude
pendtnee Is mer aee-f.
In the decree on the mbject of the Ayunti
tnienlos and provucial deon'ations Hetior
fcapasta natle use ot the wort monirquia.
tome ot the Madrid journal biiviim oo-crved
that, tb s wa an aiiiicipi'.ion of the decision of
the nation, the Minister bupuiessedjtiie woid in
tbe Gacela Ojidai.
The Independance JSe'gc saf :
The prepuce ot Marstiab. Concha auJ Pezne'a,
of Gmerals Calontre, Sau Ruan and Naneti in
tbel5aqueprovit.e s is caiisiog some aux.ety
in Mdnd. Peznela mckes frequent iouruey
into Navarro. Ttie ex-Minister ot ttie (Jieeu
are bail to bf enquired in preparing the way tor
excmi.p a civil war in S p -t 1 1 1 . Alt tbe partisans
of the fallen monaich cave airreed to meet iu
France to take measures for this purpose.
Jlarfwrl, Qncon Isabella's IiiteiHlenle
Xiadrid (Oct. 2S) Correspondence of London H'.ir,
Lour before tb.s reaches joume canard about
a duel at Brussels between Martori aud li'-urt
Kochetort wilt have llou aav. Every one
here was pitvnicr tbe aii'hor of the Lan'erne,
WiiO i.t more Expert with the peu than with the
pistol oi ttie Bor(l. At tLe same time every
one was also btuming him for accepting a
Challenge from tbe Queen's Chainberla'n. It
turns out that War ori n-1 left Pau. Various
Tersiora ae current repectiue tbe origin
and antecedents o' tuls unpleasant peronae,
none of which that I have seen are correct.
Tbe foundation ot bis fortune was the
love ot the late llirxhal Narvaez
for kicuen comforts and bis taste fur
debauchery. Mar ori's f-uher was an Italian
migraiit, who c iuie to Cauiz to 8ek tbe means
of suhii-teiice, and aet up a restaurant or eating
houte there, rtie tascinatioui ot the loreiaoi r
Jiroved more powertul titan the virtue or tne
ady who woie the blue ribbon ot ttie estaolisU
metit, aud the Church not biviug hallowed the
alliance contracted iindur these irretrular cr
cuuis'aLces, the future tavonte of tbe Queen of
tpain becuo lite illegally. The skill of tne la )y
iu cr deonrtment tiruupbt tier ordiuaries into
repute, uLd attracted the best custom. Narvaez
becan e a frequent Kuest. fie noticed the little
lad bo occasionally wailed upon him, aud
promised to do aomeihiuK fir hi in.
lie fulfilled his proni-e by ap
pointive him to a clerkship in tbe Bureau
l the Hacienda, or Treiibury, and earned pro
motion, as ib aiiirmed, b ret ai ring Narvauz
services similar to tho-e hicn U.m Hi I'aual
cxac ed trom Leoorelio. II s laca ot ceozra-
pbical knnwiedue aop ar to nave b-en bis sole
?uaiinca.ton fur the oflice ot Minister for tne
'oloiiie?, which post fie q dited to bscouie
Civil Governor ol Ma It id. Ttiia n a stroke of
policy on the partot bis powerful protector,
who oai'eo bis boo with MaMori, caiculatitig
vo etreiiiiner. rnuisei' iu tower tnroiga ttie
aceLdtuct of the laiter over the Que-u. In
his otiicial capacity Mai'orl at ten ded her
Uajebty on all occasions, occupying the a ne
box at tb" otera and o tier places o amus 'in.'ut
and a seat in her cirra' ho the pro ueoud .
Hue toon noticed htm. io'ik Intn into special
lavor, aud avpotuted him lutcndeuie dc I'alncio.
TdU excited ibe publin indieuation, and pro
voked its disgust to the btUcst deiriee, to
whtcu tbe scaiidalouB sccue at St. tiebasuan
only put the climax.
A teleeram in the L ondon Morning Post,
Brder da-e of Madr d, October 2'J. roads tbus:
henr Figueroia, the M Ulster ul t't janje, has
issued a buancial Ut oieut, in whicn tie esti
mates the detlcU at 2.5U0 Ono rels attributing
it to the necesbity for extraoruiLurv exteudi
tuie iu consequence o tbe pievailiug d sireB
and tbe want or wortr lor me lower cIhss. b,
although, he sa, tne government d e not.
kpkuowleJf e tbe rigtot t ti. ci lzcns to be pro.
vided rb ork bv the Hia e. This siatemen1.
Which enters inio a full explanation of ibe rel
itate of ibe nuances la Satin, is accompauie l
by a iie ree opening public sub criotlous o a
loan of 200,000,00 crowns, is.nerj ia 1,250,000
Treasury bond-, bearing six per cent. Interest.
Tbe Usulng price is 80 and thd interest
will be r aj able on the 30' b of June anl
tbe 31st ol December, reckoning- Irom t ie
1st of January, 1809. tbe redemption ot tbe
loan will be bv drawings, and will commence in
Wi and umlufttrf a 18W. Xba louu ia gajjrau,-
teed by pagare$ on tbe Church property anl
crown Ootnains to tbe amount ot 2,110.000,000
reals. Before tbe first payment of interest Is
due the Government will deposit at the Bank of
tpain a sufficient amount of paqare to guarantee
its being met. and will subsequently deposit
further panares to the amount obtaiued from
the pale ot Church and crown property. The
subscription will open on tbe 11th of November,
and will close on the 2oth at Madrid aud
throughout (Spain, r.t Paris, London, and in the
colonies, Pajmenta In advance will entitle to a
bhttns of four per cent. The Minister of Finance
has Issued a circular to the governors of the
province'' on the suhjret of the application of
tbe tax which Is to replace tbe octroi duties.
A decree has been published abolishing the re
s'rlctlons on the formation of joint-stock com
The New JIp ol the Second Empire.
The three maps that Lave of late been bo much
talked ot in connection with tbe pacific t uteri
tictis of the French Oovcrnm nt appeared
October 28. Tbey exhibit the position of France
with regard to Europe at tbree different periods
namely, under tbe Restoration, coder tbe
Orleans, and under tbe Second Umpire. The
third map is summed up as follows iu La
"Franco has rcgalced her natural limits on
tbe side of tbe Alls; tbe fortress ot Lesseillon
no longer closes to her tbe road over the M nt
Cenis. Italy has been released from the
Austrian yoke. To tbe North, Ilolltud is no
) on per linked to the German Con'ederatiou bv
Lloiburg und Luxemburg, The German Con
federation being broken up, the Federal
fortresses have ceased to exist. Mainz is
occupied by Prussia alone. Landau and i :r
mersheini belong to and are garrl-oned bv
Bavaria, Bastadt by Baden, and Ultn bv Bavaria
aud Wtirternberg. Prussia is greallv increased
in B'?.e, but, upon tne whole, the
European equilibrium cannot bo said
to be destroyed to the detriment
ol France. Before the war of 18G6 PrusBit and
Austria combined were masters of Germany,
aud cculd oppose to France a popula iou ot
eighty B illions of men, bound together by trea
ties ai.d rty a formidable military organization.
To-day the powers surrounding Grance are In
depeident. Belgium and Switzerland are neu
tral. Prussia, with the Northern Confederation,
reckons thirty millions; the German States of
the f-ouib, bound to Prussia by a military cou
ventinn, eight milliois; Austria thirl; f-dve
B illions; Italy twenty-three or twenty-tour mil
lioiip. France, with her forty millions, in
cluding Algeria, has certuiuly no caube to fear
Tbe following letters have been published by
tbe Liverpool Mercury:
280 South Hill, Pari Road, Liverpool,
Cctob-i 20, 18GH.-lo(ne Blttora of tbu Liver
pool Mfrcury. Gentlcmeu: Will vou give pub
liciiy to the following answer Iroai Mr Glai
stoiie to the questions put by me to him on
behalf of some of his coustirnents, as to bis
views respecting Mr. 8lia w-LefevroN bill for the
alteration nf tbc laws r"lattng to tbe property of
n'arried women, and the movement in fvor of
qualified won cn obtaining the franchise ?
I remain jour obedient servant,
Josephine E. Butlek.
IIawakden, October 24, 18C8 Midarne:
Pray be pond er oueh Vj iMoroa inv c nt ttients
cn win so behalf you write ibat 1 an favorabb
in ceuerai ro an effective protection or the
cartings of marred women, ami that I tbiuk it
deserves cons dera ioo in what way property in
ienale bands can advantageously be repre
sented iu the coiihtitu uciea. Biyo.d these
pomts I mUHt ask to re-erve ray lull discretion,
1 lernniu, madam, jour laithfjl servant.
W. K. Gladstone.
TIi Mnr UoikI in Europe.
Front the London M,rniig PoU, Oct
The piil.lic w.ll be elad to Jearo that tbo
n4'rul)eusicns of war, ari-iug, as ii, is sup;0;e f,
Irom the publication ot cer aiu. ettiin-Dti
purportiiip to bive b' eu made by Baron
vou BeiiBt o the Austrian Arinv Commission,
may be dismissed. The Austrian 51in-s er'j
epe'reb Las no doubt beeu ndsrep rte l. It wa
a eontjdi rtHai co'i.mumcation. But the ques-.ioa
which ibe dun mins on ha I to resolve s"tMis to
have bten whether, under exisuug circa n
htnnces, Austria could hold her proper position
in Eiuope with au army of leas than 80 000
men; and, thouch we do not pro "em to have
any piccie iiif rintiou on the point, it m ty b-i
tliat the ne-ons which Boron von
lieust advanced to justify the proposal
were ba-e l on considera.li ns having no refjr
ence hatevtr to the possible or orobab'e
proceedings of France and Prussia. Tb it Aus
tria, is pieparing tor a European war. and
dreaming ot a formidable Hiliancc, is, as beintr
ii conipanble wttb her Interests, lucreuible; bit
it iiiiiBt. bi; recollected that the events which
con pelted Aus ria as it was said, to turn h r
lnceicwards the East, marked out tbe pol.cy
w bicb tbe Is bound to pursue, and that it is not
as If there were no contraveLingldeas.no am
bition, and no inirigues iu her way. It is not as
if there were no "black spots" in tbe Ka'tern
eky; and while Bron von Be iat may hone, as
we do, mat they will disappear, he cajn.it ig
nore tbe responsibility upon which power
would be called to account if tbe peace of fc'i
rcpe should be broken, as it weie, upon its
weakness, bv the rjou-luitllraent ot obligations
which constitute a sort of common security.
Tbe words which were addres ed to tbe Army
uommisB on reit rren, we believe, to ttie Danube
ra'ber than to tne It ice.
We are, however, unable to say that the un
easiness which has atrain ben experience is
altogether unreasonable, or that the fear which
It represents is uuiusuucied and improvide.it.
Great armaments unfortunately indicate tbe
cenclu-ion which has been hastily arrived at
ti rough doubts with respect to tne obiects
which tbe Governments mamtalnlr.g them have
In view. But at the same time it is ma'ter of
fact that, as tbePurtB Jom7eur ht'ju-tt declared,
"ibe requisite conditions exi-t iu Bjrope to
insure peace and trmquiilttv." It may t uny tie
assumed, and without exaRgeratini; the sense
of duly ftlnrbis generally eut'Ttaiued, that no
nation of Europe would be a party to spreading
the borro'B ol war out of a merd thirst for
aggrandizement; and further, and what is
esintial to Hie uuderstan ling. tha'. no Kuto
Vtun Gove.rjnient teco no'-teut to enter up'n
a war in wnbb it would fa I to receive ua louat
snpcori. As things arc itiis is in its-it a sans,
guard, aud the more sons it is obviously sus
cep ibleoi Improvemenl. Thit s' roup are kpt
in check by the feeliug not only tuar, in the
long run, there will be a day of reciouing tor
wrong-doiiis, but that Immediately, even if it
be crowied with success, tbe wrong doeis are
subiect to litrust an I su-pleion, which neu
tralize the Infl'iencepreat powers ahoiil I exercise.
The triumph ot aimed lotce that with wo jI I
throw us back to the old dsyi of rubbery and
violerce can haroly he cnueinpla ed, even a
a leroote contingency, with inditiereiic, aud If
men f'o U it no, as tbev once did, speak aluiti
wiib their tougjc of tbe tire that la hot w.itt n
tbem, the most ptcirlc are constrained to aimit
that the policy of non-iuleriereuco may be
The Pope's I.etler tm Eiwtteru Clinrcliea.
A correpondent in the Levant Ueraid, of
October 21. epeuktng ot the Pope's le'ter io the
Eastern chiirchc.. savs that thus fur it has not
been favorably received, Tbo following is an
account ot lis reception at Phunar:
On Tburdar, ism O.aober, Moncelgnenr
IIbsboiiu. the Honan Ca'bolio vl-ar general,
teques ed au audience ot the fln ek Patrlarca.
The la'ter replied n,ftt be would receive biui at
tour P.M. onBaturday. Ancoriiuly, on that,
day. at the hour axed, the vicar, attended oy
lour Catholic ecclesiabtlcs of bivh rank, pro
ceeded to tbe pa'riarcbate, and after the mual
lauoiuctorj civiliucd, piejcated to tu Holt-
nrsB th e recent lei ter of the Pope to the bishop of
the Eastern Church. Before receiving it the
Patriarch asked if the epistle were the samo an
ibat whose text bad b:en published In the
newspapers, and on being informed Ibat It was,
be answered that be could not receive a docu
n.entconcbed in such unbecoming language,
and to which he conld not offer a favorablo
reply. Ibe vn:ar and bis companions then
withdrew, without being able to fulfil their
mission. The letter has also been delivered to
tbe Armenian Patriarch, who has replied that
be cnunot answer it without consulting his
Synod. It Is not believed that tbe latter will
advise acceptance of the invitation.
A fcatrnctlv Fire
look place on the preml-e? of the Plymouth
Foundry and Rngine Company on Wedues lay
uigbi, 2Kth ultimo. The mishap was first dis
ci vend at about half-past 8 o'clock, aud
although an unusually large amount of engiun
Tower wa quic kly at woik, It was soon found
that the prca er part of tno works were doomed.
The fire is one ot tbe most disastrous which has
taken place at Plymouth ior some year., the
damage being estimated at from 30,000 to
40 t.Ul), and n.nety oik men are thrown out of
Hie Austrian Army mil.
Tbe Tar's XonHfur, In itt bulletin of the 29th
nit., referring to the discussion of the Army bill
in Austria, siije:
The number of 800.000 men is per'ectly in
accordance with tbe number ot inhabitants ol
Austria, and with the general state of atinrs
in Europe. The thoroughly peaceful intentiocs
ot the Austrian Government, and the entirely
satisinctcry state ot political adairs resulting
from the mutual good leeliiigs aud relations
ot tbe powers, cannot fait to give to the dis-cu-sion
ou tbe Austrian Army bill, vhortlv to
be btld, a purely technical character. Every
thing calculated to spread uueastoess .will,
tberet'ere, be discarded irom the omcus-non, as
tbe public mind is at the present moment
quite made up that all tbe icqulslte condi
tions exist in Europe to insure peace aud
Huron Von Bneat's Wnr Speech.
Bnron Beust's speech, says the Datly iVeiea of
tbe 2'Jtb, urging tbo necessity of malutainiut!
tne Austrian army on a war footing, of eight
hundred thousand, seems to have b-en regarded
as an unfavorable symptom in Pan, as the
Bourse is said to have been so depressed by It
yesterday that Kentes closed 45c. lower thau
ou the previous da v.
The Pali MM GazeVe says: Our Paris tor
rcpondent, writing l ist nitrtit, say: "luo dis
course attributes to Baron B 'ust has, ot course,
creaied a profound sensation here, although it
is possible that the Minister may have re orted
to the expedient ot alarming the com umsiou on
the army to get it to aoprove ot his plats. It is
asserted here that ever since Sndowa Napoleou
111 has bten assing, 'When? when?' an I that
Austria has invariably replied that sue wii uo.
leady. Baron Beus', it Is said, was in hops
ot eDfjagmg France iu a war aud re
ma!ning quleily at home. France, hov
ever, has waited patiently, and Austria
baa baen outmanoeuvred and forced into
readiness. The Journa' de Paris beis us to pay
no atttLtlon to words, but merely to regard
acts; toe writer declares thut France and Austria
are Lot in a situation to go to war. Wbeu ihu
llavas Coapaoy received the telegraphic o;
ciiunt of Baron Beasts spcecn, they sent it to
the Foreign Office, which eusraeited the ad li
tior, 'We leave the respunsibility of the wor Is
attributed to Baron Bsuat to the A'tw Free l'resit
1 lie Vt nrquls of Ilnstliic;"-
We are Informed by cable telegram this mrrn
ii u tt.at the Marquis ot Hastings, at once one ot
the most noble, most unprincipled, aud ino-l
dsi ated palroui ot the linusti turf, has gone
to bis fathers. l).viugin bis tweuty-sixch year,
having vioru hliuscli out, with dcbaucliurj, wine.
Aomi n, and horses, he was a fair ti n aavanccd
example ..t ibe mo.iel nioueru young KraUu
Lob.e. Wnhau income ot one bundre l ttio-i-saud
pounde a jeur, this man's to.ul iiio.n
will not piobubly buy his execu or a
gol l suuu-box. Be was u ur-it-class bucsle'.
AC the age wbtu joani? men of mo leraco
urui.s are abrut to enter collegia
and prepare themselves ior tho battle Oi Hie,
th 8 tcapegiace had thirteen mistresses; his
nnn.e v.as kuou and familiar in the cou isses
oi be Grand Opera, iu tbe most degraded nu t
pilotd quarters ot runs; equally at u 0.1113 in the
Jtckey l lub, the Fauoourg St. Germaiu, the
Uuu Medce, the l'uiier.e, or Hie MaO.lio. A;
eiiiUieen ibe Marquis owuelthe f is tea; aui
n.ost luxurious jaunt in Eugitnd. and bad p ne
trattaevery nooa in the Medi .erraoeau au 1
Baltic Beas, auu usiouiahin stories b tveb'.-eu
io () ot the almost Bel.-baz&ar-like orgies that
have taken place on board ol this mauiticunt
ehtcl. Corjphees aud tigurantes outnumbered
the able teamen, and lio. aud luxury were me
rule aud Lot the exception. Oi an old aud
noble line, the iuherr.or of a kingly fortune,
Ids Tent roil being almontincalculable, thL man,
now dead at an age when he mignt have been
tee ornament ot the lor urn or tena.e, teacues a
lesson. SiraLge storses are told ot tue madcap
and spen Jthrtit lord. At nineteen be bad a veiy
hatdbome and distingnisned preseoc, and his
betting-book was the wonder of the Bri isb
nieln pons. One day he would be in tha French,
capi ai watching his Prix de Par, and making
his tetnng-book, taking great ojds; twenty tour
b nrsai'cr and he was en route for the Scottish
Moorlands to knock oti grouse; at the end ot the
week he would be lounu in tbe Mole of Naples
with a pretty badet girl, watobing the loa ling
ot h's pleasure yacht with choice Itaiiau
wines aud tbe fragrant fruit of the South;
then be would make a dash at tbe
Carpathians ; a Iuok at the beauties
pruiuenaotug the Pretur of Vienna, aud aeain
ou tbe great Derby Day. at Epsom Do us, stand
ing beiore the Gr.ind Stand, the observed or all
observers, bis book good for twenty or thirty
thousand pounds, sometimes all watered ou one
btrse. ILree unjs later tho aeel or his yacht
would be cleaving the cold wait is of tho B tlno
in search ot adventure, and then oack agdu to
enjoj the rout and not and periumed uproar
ot ibe treat Loudon lasbiouable world. A lite
ol ptiipie aud tine liuen, be bad a mnrry time
uuiuiie the j nuces ot tue earth, to itash, flicker,
and tat ally to nmoulder in tne ashes 01 torgotreu
luxury. Towards the close of short but merry
Hie, the Marquis of Ila.-nugs became involved
in iliticul'ii s, and at ine time his oeuiui and
other ocbts amounted to a quarter of a oiiiliouof
poiindB. Biirroutoed by a gang ot unprincipled
b'acklegs and br ken down men who ni t at
olc tune held lair posMons. uis course wa
now 11 word, and bis tvrer brief and bat. At the
last Derby, fiastiugs was "ouori" some 80 000
in bia beting b ok, having bucked hia own
Lor-e Ladv KiiKubutu; and the Deioy being wou
by Blue Gown, ibe Msrquis had to cut aud run
or 11. Jt is more iban hinted thattUe Princa of
Wales und tte late Marquis were on terms of
lutiniact. and were occasionally boon compa
nion a iu 11 nn j a rti"olute bjut. it is more than
probable that the decease ot tho Marquis of
linMing resulted iroiu a B2vero aud loug pro
traeteil cour-e ot d ssipaiio'i. II. s vital energy
bad long ago been terribly sapped, and those
w no wi'iiefi) d bis H-t nours and exit must have
louud his eud a hitlui chuiax to bis eventful
The following will give a more definite idea
of tbc gambling proclivities ol tne Marquis:
He entered ireely iuto toe sports ot the turf,
and aa so n w Idly kuowu lor tbe reckless
manner in which bo wagered bis money upon
hi favorite bor-ce. For racing and pure
blooded horses lie sermsto have had a great
preeiou. His B'able was Bueedily tilled witn
CLe hi rse of various ages, some of which were
famous at tho time ho purchase! them, and
others wire rendered so by his couuection wltu
fro me of tlieto horse he entered at uearly
every race which occurred in England, placiug
tie uiCLCj vfou iLcai iaLut.. tbe aiv.co vX uia
friends, and losing large sums. In 1867 he
appeared at tb Derby very much embarrassed
pecuniarily. His horses were beaten iu every
race in which they contested, and the young
Lord Hastings lost $510,000. This sum be paid,
and in October of the same year ha lost $250 000
additional, owing to the unexpected la lare of
his horse Lady Elizabeth, who bad won every
thing but the one race on which her owner had
so great a stake. On still another race that
same year he lost $200,000. and this last sum
broke blm up. Die tell into the bands ol the Jews,
and his private affairs were exoosed to the
world. He bad married the Lady Flora Paget,
who was at the time engaged to another
gentlemen, but who preferred to walk from a
milliner's shop info the arms of her more
jotitntul lover. Tnere was some scandal
attached to this mat rib go, which his subsequent
failure served 10 aggravate. He was notable
to pay all bis debts, and hence ho was atsai'ed
In a most violent and vindictive manner. He
contrived, however, to compromise bis affairs
in some manner, and lu May last again apoeared
at the Derby with Lady Elizabeth and some
other horses. 1 ady Elizabeth was entered
for tbe race, and up to the hour of
starting stood favorite at long odds.
Her owner bad backed her to the
extent of $500,000, and this euoi involved not
only his eol.cncy, but bis honor, cred t, ami
good naQ e; it bis horse were to (ail him. then
he would be branded as a defaulter throughout
all England. Wnen Lady Kliz tbctb came to
the score it was evident that she was in uc
con d I Ion to ruu, aud that she had been
drugged. That such was tbo ca-e was sub-e-quently
proven saitstac orlly. Tbe raoe was
run. and tbo horse upon which was s'akd so
large a sum, and a mau's reputation in addi
tion, not only lot. but was bo badly beaten
that the judges did not eveu as-ien her a place
iu the summitry. Again was her young owner
assailed with violent abuse, aiii charges
of tho gravest character were ctrcu
la'ed rrgaidipg him. Notwithstanding all
this, be appeared within a month at the Paris
races, wheie, one Sunday, his horse, tbe Earl,
won the grand prize -an object ot art oresenied
b tbe Emperor $200,000 in goid, besides a
weepstake ot $200 tor each entry. Returning
to England, he ligureJ extensively at the A-cot
1 aces in June, where the Etrl was again a
winner, carrying eff tbe St. James Pnla;e
etakes mid one other, although heavy odds
were laid against him. Ano her horse of
his, the youug tilly Abena, wou stilt
amdher race ou the sirue occa i n. T0.3
winnings of tbe Matquis on this occa
sion were coruparitiveiy small, and went but
a short distance among hts numerous creditor.
The.-e were his last racin? ventures, as the Jmv
si icdilv eh Bed in upon htm aud confiscated all
that could be reached ot bis ln'le remain lug
property. While hts loes upju tbe turf were
very large, be was not always a b ser. U s small
winnings srrved to keep htm afloat longer than
would have seerr.td pc-aible, but were not sulli
cicLt to save bun from ruin. His career was
commented oa by the press throughout
the whole civilize! world, and in Eng
land created a great deal of lccliug agiinst
the sports of tbe turf. During the investiga
tions t bis adairs, some mod; disgraceful pro
ceeding relating 10 horse racing were disclosed,
and the Marquis of Hast. ngs was not 1 he only
tilled pTson wbo.-e repu'a ion sutf red in con
sequence. When be wa iu the height of bis
career, and when the pubi c were talking most
or his tolly and r. ckles-ue-s, two of the Lou i 11
comic papers appeared almost simultaneously
wi'h tuli-p.'ige cartoons oi "tue Derby." Each,
with but slight variavon. represented i.he Mir
quis in a can luge wi h some ct bis sport og
friends, driving tast to neidni n, wbilo too Mar
chioness was repn senW in tuph revel, 11 nging
to the vtiuds honor, credd, selt-rcpcct, ambition,
aud, in lact, all tbe virtuus.
A Woman In Alulo Attire Challenges
Tho Rochester (N. i) Expiesa of Monday
"Wo hve seen several notices in Eastern
rnpers ot the pedestrian Bin ot one 'Ma lame
Moore.' In Troy sin; Is I'ird to have walked
lift unV a In ten hurs. fitteeu niu ite. and
tweutj-tive si comis, ibe lu--t hve rxiles of w i cb
tbe walvted b.irj oo i d her bu ies hurting b-r
feet. 'Mr-idamo Moore' arrived iu tnta city
Ba'urdu? aficrnoou, nud vi-iied the theatre iu
the eveuiujr, where she createa lo I'utle Bensa
tiou. Alur leaviuf the tbeutre she uaic
inquiry Inr a gambling ho.ise on Sr. Paul street,
saving she had a leuef 01 iatroduction to the
proprietor Irom a u an in Syracuse. After soiu
asiis'auce tb found the place, where she
aunonnced berselt us 'Mauame Moore, a -valkiug
lad by piore?si n,' and prodtic-d ber carl of
introduction. Her arrival soon became noised
about town, ant came ti tbe ears t Poiicinu
Pints and Fosier. who went in quest or uer, and
invited bt-r to take 'a walk' to tbe police
station, bhe ka'd that she had uot been in thu
babit of laikiug such walks, but reluctamly
roi'iu etl to accompany ilio olUcers.
"Ibis morning sbo cane in o c urt to settle
damages. She s'ated that she had been eugage I
in the walking bus cess for six months, and
this was the first time she had beeu arrested.
Hue gave her name as Mrs. Anna Fitzgiboons,
aud ber aae twenty -two years. Hue is au Kug
lisbwoman, and has a mo her living in Kuroje.
She said ail her dte-ses were In a truuk at
Troy, and she bad- no change with hr. Tie
Squire told her she would be supplied at the
Penitentiary, whither he should tend hBr lor
sixty days, fcbe wore blue pantaloons and vest,
check sliitt, sack coat, jocttey but, and h'r
neck was tastily dre-se l with a stuud-up paper
collar and ta-biouatde tie ktle. lier hiir was
cut short, and combed behind h"r ears. She
shjs she can beat Weston walking, and that she
has made money in some places and lout in
other?, and wbeu she arrived here sb bad
'nary a red.' In every place she has walke 1 sbe
has adopted male attire. She savs her h itne
is In New York city, that she has been an ac
tress Id Buffalo, and since that lime has bee a to
England, ber bTihnlaee. She came here with,
tbe intention ot wa king m tbe rick. She will
now have an opportunity of working for the
benefit of the puuitc. Hue took ber sentence
coolly, reu nra-insr that if let off this time the
General Iillpnirlrk to the Ilttteber
Gmerai K. W. Wbdaker, of nnrtford, writes
thetollOKing letter to General II. K. Suae ..el
lord, 01 Nev Haven, in reply to Korrebt's letter
to the latter, denying tbe lrutb of Guersl K 11
I atrick' stn emeiits in btai-peecb a'. New Haven,
and cbUlengii g KUpa'rick 10 m r al comU'it:
Generul 11. U. Shackei'onl, New Haven. Conu.
General In reply 10 Forres's recent letter to
you, I am authorized by General Kilpa'r ck to
say that since officers ot the Unl ed sta es Army
who were pieseut at tho investigation of tue
Fort Pidow ninssacrs, ibe tes oniony of hun
dreds ot wrnetses there taken, au 1 the report of
the Congressional Commuteo wutch con iuclei
that invest pal on, bnve not only conirued fats
(Kilpair ck'r) s atements on that aubj ct, but
have given ad ditional and mote shocking deiads
ot Forrest's luhuo an conduct af. Fort Pi1 low,
General Kilpauick bus ii'. thine to co nmuuict
to either Forres, or Basil Duke except to reite
rate his denunciations ot Forrest's uuparallclei
I am, very respectfully, etc. ,
E. W. Whitakbb.
Hartford, Ort. 30, 18C8.
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Received by telegraph from tVlendlnnlng A
Davla, Block iliokera. Nn, in H Third all )!:
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Mloh.H.and N. L K..81i
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Chi. and N. W. com no','
ChL and N.W.prof ...82! l
Cbl. and R. I. R......l(f22 Mold
PiiiaJ-.W'aaacbUOT. iilar net mux.
Pao Mail H Co 11!
Toledo t Wabi4-.il.. 67 ?Z
Mil. A8t. Paul It . 6P'i
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General Grant and Unirersal Suf-
frnge-The First Business of
the Next Congress.
Affairs in Cuba-A Claim for
Belligerent Rights Tho
FROM WA SITING TON.
Special Despatch to TH Overling Tf graph.
Washington, Nov. 11. The question of
1 nlvernal Suffrage
will be agitated early and earnestly In the next
session ot Congress. Judge Kelley, of Pennsyl
vania, Is preparing a bill, which he will intro
duce as soon as Congress meets, providing for
universal suffrage in all the 8tates. The subjec
ts being carefully considered by the leaders of
tbe Republican party in both bouses of Cont
gress, as well as those outside. Within a few
diys two or three prominent politicians have
bad Interviews with
with a view to ascertain if he will favor such a
policy. Grant, of course, was very guarded,
but be is said to have discussed the question
quite freely, and one of those who conversed
with him about it asserts very positively that he
favors it. There is a dltTeieoce of opinion as to
the truth of this, but tbe statement comes from
a gentleman who is a warm friend of General
Grant, aud who labored earnestly in the cam
paign to secure his election.
Hie l'ower to Pardon Conferred oil Bui
imtNcdu More t'lit'titiuy.
By Cuba Cable,
Havana, Nov. 11. The provisional govern
mentof Spain has conferred on CoantBalmased t
tbe full power to pardon all persons engaged In
the prcsect InsurtecMou, except the leaders.
The disliict governors of the Island have been
changed. The rebel 1 are in possesion of
Rentate, Mata, and some other towns In the
jurisdiction of Puerto Priucipe. It 'mate is on
the southern slope of tbe island, about forty
miles wect south (vest of Puer.o Principe, aud
about ten miles inland. There is much fighting
in the whole neighborhood. Government a imits
this in a published communication. Nothing
has been rectn ly beard irom Colonel Lourt. A
rebel com mUston here cUim that tbey have
plenty of money in Ne York, as well as war
material. Tbey also claim lor the rebels the
rights of belligerents. Several Mexicans are
arriving aud their movements aro watched, as
the wheie party are suspecteJ of unfriendly
deigns on Cub-u
Special Despatch to The JSoening Telegraph,
Baltimore, Nor. 11.
BiDlmln Wade, Hon. William D. Kelley, Hon
O. J.Dickey, and Hon. e. McPberson wcro hero
last nilir, tbe two former the guests of
Samuel Shoemaker, of th Adams express, at
whose bouse many cilbd last eveuinr and
passed congratulations. Tbo distinguished v ti
tors leave to-day en route homeward. There
wtie no speeches. Mnuy Ltd. es called.
held a meeting last night at tbeir headquarters
here, and magnanimously passed a resolution to
support Giant's administration. Wonderful!
Generosity unsolxiced I
Tuere was a heavy rain last night
172 OM NE W YORK.
New Yobk, Nov. 11. Tne Tribune this morn
ing formally disavows the Butler curd abualvo of
J. W. Sioiouton, published on the 2Jth of Octo
ber, and says: "Mr. Bimonton has been known
to ns for years as a citizen held in honorable
esteem, one agatust whom ucb gross imputa
tion as thobe of Butler were essentially Incredi
ble. But Butler's attack was so wanton, so
cause let?, and bis spirit so clearly malevolent
tbat bis charges seemed to us calculated to in
jure no one but himself."
THE EUROPEAN MARKETS.
hy Atlantic Cable.
Thl fflornlnsr'n notatlonsj.
Lonion, Nov. 11 A. M. Cou8sls, 91j, for
both mouey and acount; United States tfive
twentles, H. Stocks stetdv: Erie. 27s Illinois
Central, 064; Atlantic and Great Western, 34 i.
Lmaroi'L, Nov. 11 A. U. 'otton is tending
down: i-alcs ot probably 10.000 biles. Shipments
to Hon. bay to tno 6m, unco iast ropor , iiOUO
London, Nov. 11 A. M.-Tallow 52s. 3d.
Till Arteriiouii'a Uiiotatluiii.
London. Nov. 11-P. M.-Unitod States Five
tweuue, eaier at 73i; Krle Ba lroad, 2ti; Illi
nois Central, Wi.
LivcapnoL, Nov. 11 P. M. Co' ton flat; the
sale will uot exceed 8000 bale-; uplands, 105 d
11. 1.; Urieau", HJQllli I Proviotous firm. Cun
nion Hoflin, f. 6'J. Tallow steady.
FINANGE A.ND COMMER GE.
Orrtom Or Tint aivasriMa TaLNaiira,
WeanuiUay, Nov. II. istis.
The Money market Is easier. Loans on call
ou Goveruineut co'latersl rale at 6(3)7 prcent ;
prime commercial i.aper raug s irom 910 pr
cenv per annum. Tin re was rather more dis
poM ion to opera e in stocks ih s morumg, but
prices were i,u'e'iled. Government securities
were a rraclon lower. 6s 01 181 bold at 113i. a
f lifht (fcclmc; 10n was bid ior 10-40; 1082 lor
'02 100 -or '04 6-2ts; 10GJ f r '05 5-20 ., and
109 tor Juiv '05 6-20h. City loans -ere in fir
Uemsud. The new issue bold at 102'102$, an
aovauce of i.
Kailroad fhares were tbo mo-t active on tho
list. Heading so:d largely at 4H'(s48j, closin?
at the lormer rate, a siht de. liuej Pennsylva
nia Kailroad at S3i64, a decline of i; Lehigh
Valley at 65, no chsu e: an I Catawissa preferred
at 31j, a de hue ot 4; 12a was bid tor Camden
and Ambotj 44 j for L tl- Hcouvlkill; 67 tor
NoT'stown; 67 lor Miuebtli; 34 for North
Penusjlvanta; 40 lorFloiha preierred; and 25
for Philadt lplva and Frie. ,
In City Ptseugr Uullwav shares there
was more doing. Second aud Third sold at 60,
no change; H s'oovilie at loj, no change; and
Thirteenth aud Fifteenth a 1G4, an advance of '.
71 was bid for Tenth and ICieveuth: 40 lor Cue
nut ua Walnut j Mid 05) tor West PluiudclnUa.
Bank shares were firmly held at full prices.
North America sold at 244; 157 was bid for
Philadelphia; 31$ for Mechanics'; llu for Ken.
sineton; 43 for Coc-oildmior. : 08$ for Corn
Exchange; and 121 for Central National.
In Canal shnrs there was notniog doing. 10
was bid tor Schuylkill Naviuatlon common; 20
for 1 referred do 5 28 lor Lebigb NavigHtiou; 72
for Morns Canal preferred; 13 for nuoqneuanna
Canals and 30 'or Wyo nmg Valley Canal.
William Patuter & Co., Bankers, No. 86
foutb Third street, have jtm uubbsbea a valua
ble work containing a record of the various
ijsursot Govcinuient sei-unt'e. together with a
correct copy of the acts under which the same
PIIILAVKLPHU BTOCI EIl'tlAMJK MALKS TO-DAf
Beiiorted by De Hvu a utt,.. No. u 8. Third street
jr.KsT B .Alt 10.
! n fUa,4R.M
do,.. 116. 4H',
IO0O U H88,'S1..C) DW
I'zeouiiy tM, JNw..l.
t'iOO do. New 11.
iam Pa B II iu a imu
lb Lush V K. j-tld'y 66
11 rh Feona K. m
4 d.,.., 5
In do.... t,7i
4S de l.
II) h 2d 4 Sd .... au
16 do in. S '
Suu sh Cat a PI...IB o U. Il.'i
Ihis niorning'i- gold quotations, reported
by Narr Laduer, N 3C South fhtrd Street:
do. -,I5- SH'i
do....tIO. 4h W
to bis- 4ii2
do.m la.bio. is
do blv. 4
H. 6s of
1C-00 a. M. . 133J 1167 V
W-60 " . m 12-11 P.
IWO " . 134J 12 15 "
11-10 " . 1344 1217 "
11-25 " . 134 i1 12 22 "
11.45 " I34'l2'43 "
Messrs. Jay Cook & Co. quote
ment e nnuei., etc., as loliowst U.
18H1, 113i0il)4i: old i-20.-. do.. 1831081; n
6-20S, 1804, lGrti1064S do., 16, 10(iBl07; 6-20s
Julv, 1805, Wi(Qlwn do.. 18C7 109JM 1091; ao..
1U68. HOiailOi; 10-40 . I04f105. Gold. 134.
Mesr. De Haven ABroi ner, No. 40 South
Third s'reet, repor. tie following rates of e.t
Change to-day t 1 p. M.t D. 8. 6s ot 1881. 1134
61134: do. IHli, C84 Ji08ii: do.. 184. loogia
10l!i; do., 18f5MfiCti)107; lc. H6, new. lOOifja
lava; uo., inm. ne, my; xiuaii do., J.SU8, 1101
vuiiiuj , uu., uo, iu U", 10141a. IUO.
pouud Interest Notes, li; Gold,
Messrs wmlam Painter & Co., bankers.
No. 36 houtb Third Street, rcnort the following
rates ot exchange to-da- at 12 o'clock-
Fnited Sta'es 6s. lSl, 113ial3J; U.S. 6 20s.
1862, 1083l08j; do. 1864, lOOalOSi; do., 1866.
106ieiii6$- do. Jin-. 18H3, V0:li)9; do .fnlv.
1H67, lODi'ilOOJ 1H08. 109,?110J; lo-4Cs, M4.fdl
105. ConiDoiino Interest N ;e past due. 113-25.
Gold, lUimZii. '
Six Pbb Cknt. C1.i,d Interkst, Principai,
ALbo Kkfayaiile ia Uulu-First alortgage
Bonds, biihfd upon th valuable fi-ancolaes,
grHnis, railroad, qnlom. nt, no., of the Crn
thai. I'acikio Haii.koao Company, now
nearly completed, mul l.i miog oue ol the moat
Hsmred and prodao lv lloisof t.rattlo In tba
world. The way trtifflo al ,ne a large und re
munerative, Independently of the Immense
tnrongb bualneas NiHin lofolloiv.
Atoillouif llils loun la oll.ired to in veil tors
at 103 and aoerued Inierei. lu currency. TUa
bonds bave nerul anmiHl Koldcoopons attached
paynt le In January an i Ju y.
J n fur mat Ion, eta., to e hxd nf
lK H aven st 8KOTHicrt,
DeelersinGoverninD' .!. nl-n.Uold.etfl.,
N ' t -t ii' t Puirj a tree L
Philadelphia Trade Report.
Wkdsesdat, Nov. II. Bark is scarce, and
N. 1 Quercitron, la held at (12 50 par ton. 43
nbda Peterson & Mustard s aold at $48 per ton.
Heeds Cloverneed is coming forward mors)
freely, and pileiBfavor buyers. Bales of prima
at $7 25. Timothy may be quoted at t2 753,
Flaxseed is in fair lequest hi $2 6CK32 0 5.
The Flour Market la ateady, but there is not
much activity, Abou'. COO bariela were taken,
by Ibe home consumers ht $i 75ri6 SO forfnper-flnt-;
$6-756t7 lor ex Has V'XoCgM lor spring
wheat extra f-iruilv, $8o()ip.ll f,.r iuter wheat
do. do.; and !l(u 13 'or funey brauoa, aoeoroln r
to quality. Kv Fiour Is s-lliog i 7 6o8. JNj
cbangn to nonoe in G iro .Me il.
The Wheat M iruet, preseu's no new feature
the demnnd being mostly mr on me lota, whioii
are scarce. Sale 01 red at $1 H5 u2i5. and amber
nt $2 1U2 14. live sells at $1 6llal fia per OllsUel
for Wemtru aud Penuav IvauU. G ra Is unset
tliri. Salra of lair ylii tl Itffd 1-17;
busbela new do 'd0V'.; an i 2000 "ushela
Uesttru mixed at $1 iKtol io. Ot aare without
ckaiike. Hales of 2UU0 busheia Western at
o change to note in Barley or Malt.
Vbisky is quiet. We quoie at ft 08 pergil
lou. lax paid,
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CLEARER Thu "OUSINfl,
BilgChlllUu. sirutu UaIiimz K A Huudnr A Co.
Hut Klvle AUeu, Al eu. eu.'a, J -us. J. Van Hori.
bUirL A.JJaoueuhosref enwpard. , Buolou, Vaa
Pi hr lliscLlec.'cHnway Barbados. Wwrei A Ornu
BNorioD'4V'omUI1' BQ1"' Wblugiou, udenrT'j,
S br Tbotuas Harris. Rormau, Washington, do
benr Helen, l ry Nof ia, o.'
B:br Mary n. Biaplos. Umauinra B wton, Co.
Bchr I istureevaut. Crui Poiiauiouih, dni
Bebr KroDUer, Saiuuer . rilai.d.
bear Alex. Wile, Averr. Kebmond, 3n
Bear C. W. Lecko. Uuuiley. (Jaaibrldga, Da.HuddaJI
WDueDjrcber. MexUeid A :o vea,
Bcbr A K. Manln. Bueii, Boviua. Burda. Kaii a.
Bchr Pat d wav, He Kl we. Bout' u. Tyler A Oa.
Brhr.T. H. Mtrvm (JullilD. K cbinnud.
bcbr Koanoke. Bui.u, oonaiund
BcbrKeadlbg WK No. 48 H-weli, Richmond.
Hrtar Heading KR Nlfc 44. Tralu'ir. Muiwalk.
bcbr Port Royal, Moors Nurwmi,
' ARRIVED liTHl MORNING.
Bchr O. w. liooso humirji Iri.ui Dorrhwfer
BCD r Pathway . McUiwex, Irooi p rwoiouia.
bear A. K. Martin, Huell linn. Pona.iiOUin.
Bolir lluaiioa Harrit iroui Waahlacion
HolirK.adii.Kn.lt Vq. is '.iweli IOiu Waslilntrlnn
Boi,rK,.olBa.t...4i Tr.iuor .rum UtmulSV'
hear Mai.aul oo, 'iapoo h. rnm Boieui. 1",UI
Cobr Port bJ yal. Mimr. iri.ui N- H.vnn.
Btearuer Dltruuiid S iiv, Weiio. u Ironl Ql.
tHean er H. V. Pbelim Hro.,. it hour from New
York, a 1th udue. io w. M. Bud uo.
Corrripnmlrnre nf the P'ilZlphln fxrfutngti.
Lewies. U-i., Nov. - p h.- I'..a mi oiug vessels
from r-nilartelphia u,-,-rt in na Milt morning:
Barque K va. lor n ero: W i.nn dw. lo-New Or
leai.ii: brlKS Bniualna. r .r O.rn; K ully PlHliwr. htr
I rlaidad aC"b: ai d a 8 enNu brig, supposed the
UarKareina lori nrfe.
TbebKrqiie HVH(iiiati, tor H nibrero. put Into the
Ilreakwater lihr- cti'im mio anl remains, la
company with ibe h lg yVaveriy for 1 des. b-'ora
lepuied, WindBW, JO-KcU LAfKfttA.
Bteamhln Norman, t.towell.
clekied al Hn'.,ni Stn I rut
llarque Amiiw. !.. nn tor rtteitln. was spoltna 21st
nil.. Ui FJ Iihik. 2 Cft it.
Br'K Marl Wn-eir imiio at Rnnon yMteHay.
Brla Taniroiii Ternll beiiOH for Hnckpnrt, al Oloa
Cemer Kill Inst
Brg 'l boniH U alter RoMiiinii. bancs for Port oa,
P. i . pin l. io B tuiida tun ul', In dmrtxs, of what
Dainre nni ataled.
Hchr Mnrlon Darrah, bence lor Pnrtland at Qlou
center Bib limi
ncbr K. W. Brown, oda an. bence, at Fall River
7i b IhkL
Bchra Laura Brldrman. Harl: H. T. Wadgai. Prank-
lii Jnaoprt Wle-ou BumerK; I .U C. Wlihart. Maaon;
Halne Page, Hal.y: "'"-r. .oolreyj J Ooiup
Ion. tll.llrih: J. Hawt-il, Piwir; A M. Alilrldxe,
RnblnHnii; wm Wind !.' "n; K K. (irabam M nlibt
and M. K. Orabaui. F uutalu, benoe, at Uontda 8m
'"Behrunld Hunter, Crowell, hence, at Bt. John, N.
chrViVreral Orant. Fllisera'd- John O. McShatn,
rnillh: and W. B. Mciuatu. Our Inly, heuce, at Kloh
B 'ird Tib m-t. ,.,.
Be nr Seventy 8I. Ij A. Knrllnijama. and I. H.
Han ley, lor I'bilaueipbla, sailed iruui New laudoa
7lBc'hr Abner Tavlr. Onlllver, from Bangor for Pht
ladelubla, at Kewporl Stn Inat.
fBV TlfLnlltlPH l
New Yobk, Nv. it Arrived, steamship Oeluw
ft oiii ioudou.
(By Atlantis Cxiblt.y
Qpiistroww. Nov. II Arrived restatd, (leami
si.ii liiull, lxooi iiew uik.