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   Fort Wayne Daily Democrat (Newspaper) - November 2, 1870, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               FORT WAYNE VOL. 10. FOUT WAYNE, INDIANA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1870. NQ..34-8. THE DEMOCRAT. LUES! BY mm. FORT WAYNE niR uasiNKSs AND LOCATION OF THR LKADIKO UOUHIW OF FT. WAYTJK. (Thnic ni our who pnrehwrF In Fort Wnjne, Uj cnltlns 1MB out and ttnlng tt n Ti-ff rcncr, will time mid Iroiilile. Tlir nrler- rlim.Jiu been carelullj mmle, nnd etilcilj ART G E WALL1N, Ciilhonn St., over Jlamiltoiffi Ilittilt. J 'r HloCK. J A.5I10AFF, Over 1'alare of l-'ashlon. BINUKRS. SiCalhounStT ojtp- Court House A (SnccMBorn to W. II. Notion.) Gor. Callioun Wayne Sts. THE! TIII; niussiAN AHMV m NEED OF PROVISIONS. The City of 1'nris Krfilllnrly Supplied xvllli Food.. A. Secret TVeufy 13 HIII BY ATLANTIC CABLE. BOOKS, STATIONERY, tC. (WHOI.IBA1.B iMH K. I'.STOCIvHHIDQK, G'lomlii.1 Street anlic.iisUlorii.CnllioiuiSt. MEJtON DiiO. JtCO., I; 77 Uuliunliii Street .BRASS WORKS. A. UATTEKSLEY, 48 East Slain .SlrccU BOOTS ANU SHOES. E. VORDEKMAKK SONS, Block. CARPETS, tC. LONIKW. NOT. towns in the south of Francu liavo been niuaed us tlie next halting place of tlio gov- ernment. H in probable llmt Lyons rill bo finally Bolectnd. Tho Eleoluer Liberto prints n Rpocch mtido by 1'fivro on tlio ,1-lth nit., Ray- ing tbs OrleanB princes havn an army of in tho West. TJONIJUK, Nov. was an in- citing scene in. tho Bpaniuh cjorton, oc- casioned by tlio motion of tho republi- cans to postpone a- votn on Uic ques- tion of tlio throne until after tho elec- tions. It is thought u timely adjourn- ment of tlio Bitting alono saved tho members from personal collision. LISBON, NOT. 1.- There have -been gome in tho now cabinet. The mnrqnii of Handeira baa resigned, and tlio bishop of Jluwn baa formed a now ministry, as follows: Hoi In, min- ister of public works and president ot the council; Marquis Gonveii, minister of marine; Scnor Bcntc, ininiBtor of finance; Senor Itego, minister of war; Sonor Carvalbo, minister of justice; Bisliop Bizen, minister of the interior. JOHN McDOUQA 75 Columbia Street. 43 Cullionn Street li THWNTJIAN SON, '8G Columbia Street. CLOTHING. 46 Calhoun Su onp Court House. DRY GOODS- C. OKFF CO., 103 Columbia Street. FRANK THANHOUSKR, No.7KcyElonoBlock 1 DRUGGISTS. BUANDKIFF, Columbia Street, corner t'alhoun. DANIEL VOLLMRK. Oallioiin Street, corner Berry FILE COTTERS. HAIUUS GHOTIIEN, Calhonn St., BOiiUi of Washington. GLOVE MITTEN FACTORY. H.A..DAH1E1.H. Hi Cnlhonn Street. GROCERS. WAsnuraiOtf, Nov. Washing- ton gossips circulate tbo Btory to-day Hint tlio president hns tendered the mission to England to Qen. Schenek. Whether this provo true or not, tho prcBi'dcnt has determined to select, a western man for tho position. Tho superintendent of the COHBUH ex- pects to have the population returns of every ntuto, county, oity, town, nnd villngoin pnmpblel form on tho deak of nienibcr of congress, iinincdinte- ly on the opening of ttiat body. Secretary Delano entered on the du- ties of liis new offico to-day. Ho pro- poses milking a niirabor of- changeo in the clerical force of his department, but has not yet dehignalcd. those to.be rc- fixed upon-ihuir bucctPjors. ChnngcB in the cltiofB of cither thu cen- sus, land, or patent offices aro ically contradicted by thoso who ulaim to have (he confidence of Ur. Delano nnd tlio president. Tlic General smmtion." NE-wYonjr, Nor. World's correspondent at Versailles says tho ef- fect of the winter is commencing to show itaclf in tho army. The German losses by sickness now amount to per day. King William is determined to review his troops at tho Champ de M are, and then to return home. Dispatches by the underground route have been receiver! at Tours from Paris to the 27th ult. The city is well sup- plied with vcgotubles of all kinds. Fresh moat is regulnry nerved to the and people. Tho bout of feel- ing and there isno opposition to the sentiment that tho war must 'bo carried on till Prussia proposes terms of pcaco thataio at least honorable. Ev- ery night) tho PrusFians, covered by the darkness, attempt to construct n bridge across tho Snino; every morning, tho firo from Iho forts demolishes their structure. The New York World's correspond- ent with the second army corps trans- mits tho following, which hns just been -cad to tho troops: Oct. Prince Frederick Charles: I await the newn, which, was received during the night, of the complete capitulation of Mclz, before FROM NEW YORK. HUESTIS HAMILTON, Kl and 8ii Columbia Street. 3 TRBNTMAN   Street. MERCHANT TAILORS. C. G, TOOEfc mn circumEpection and endurance before the victory which your command has shown during tlio long tedious environ- ment of HaBDino's army. The flame acknowledgment in dim the brave troops, who, by their intrepidity and tho privations thoy IIRVU endured, set examples without a parallel IQ tho history of tho world. The occurrences before Metr.. constitute an imperishable epoch of honor and. glory for our army. My thanks -ahould at onoft hn convoyed to tho troops. "To honor you (rad your command for such signal have appoints cd you gcnoml field marshal, a distinc- tion' which I havo also 'conferred upon my BOO, tho crown, prince. WILLIAM. Thu Government 'lit TonrB'iB in receipt of several m rials numerously Btgn'od in adj Popartmenti urging the prosecution of tho war to tho bitter end, and denoun- Btxaine-for his Iroaaonabln sur- Gold and Stock. iTInrkciM. NF.W YOEK, Nov. I .--Tlio mimoy was easy throughout tlio day at 4 to 5 per cent., with exceptional trans- actions at G per cent. Primo business notes am quoted at 7 1-2 to !l per cent Tho government' bund market win dull. Central Pacific bonds wen strong at 91 to 91 1-8. Tho gold market opened at U13-8 and advanced to III 1-2, declined to 111 1-8, and cloHudntar.il.at 111 1-1! Tho stock'-market was strong, am advanced at. the opening, the transac tiona in Reading being the proiniuen feature of the Tho most nctivi. stocks were Heading, Now York Cen- tral, Northwraltirn flio fit Paul shares; Wcaterr? NEW YORK, KOT. Heorolary of the Treasury yesterday fixed thorat of issue of circulating notes to natioim banks at 90 per cent, upon all ii and cont. United Stales gold-bearing borias. The commanding officer at Fort Me Henry has been directed to hold him Hclf in readiness with the troops undo Iris to support thu Unitcc Marsh.-ilB of Maryland in en forcing the Inw during thC'-wnek 0 election, iu lialtimoro, if necfssnry. Two decisions ivore i- the OBSO ot llainaoy vs. tho Jirio Itail by the general term of the Su promo Court, vacating thu injunctio against Rnmany's proscr.ntion of th suit, and affirming the order for chrago of Tcnuo from Dulhi tu Nt_ York. The decision was reserved o tho appeal ot Itnmaey from a. fino o ftfjOOO for contempt in discharging a injunction from the ('nuitof Del------ County.' The Evening 1'ost supports H., Cox for 'Congress against Horacu1 Grecley. NBVYoiut, NOT. President to-duy received half a dozen republican [lapero containing .editorials denounc- ing his conduct regarding the resigna- tion of Secretary Cox. llo ia vury much wrought up about Cox's letter, and propones to reply in ft letter in "Wficn wiilton, it will bo furnished fur publi- cation. lilor dotorniiiied to nclcnowlcdgo it, thougli ho hadn't the slightest idou liiililiiiBimt Bu Um nest day ho u-at out in the :th thu lol'ow- ic have received f.-om ic hands of on eminent scu'pt-or, olut Kullons, ii coiniii birt ?f dnfigncd ti" o; It rfipinscitU mi Insh- 11111 in his nighf-shirl, running WHY willi I he littlo Rod Cnjml, vhifolhn Irishiiian'a swiwlhwirt hides cr bead indifferently in co-.icr. ivory true work of art tclla ov-. i lory; and wo understand, ns noon us ivo filimco ot this, that our Irish incnd ling been coquetted with by Uio lie, and is jirctiiiiding lo fransfor liia ovo lo other (iiiartcrs. There 13 a lurlc- ng smile on tiio Irishman's lips wiiich xiirnssca his raiscliievoiw iiitcnfions ei-lect.ly." think it would Imvi; eeu belter, however, lo Imvci clothed lim iji sdinftthing clso than a night- hirt, iimllo hsivo Biiindlhcd down his lair. Wo havo placed tins rhfj  sholl Vlmn all tbo meat ly consumed in i they can live on fish. They alwa avo a Seine full. The Germans must 1m rtboiil. starlit n mcnagci-ia; tluiy Irnvo caught llu-i and Ncy, nnd now nro about tocaptu Lyons. Thoy want, ulpo, Als-aoo. Ifow Joseph Segar is to Virginia in Congress, I siijinosn be is to-back-II.-T. He isgoini; loHtmiip thu State. A ventilating fan ia about being placed in the Semite hall; thought there was wind al- ready. Irish friend dropped in lo of city car-rates being fivu couls; says be never paid but "I'arf." wanted to know if K> w.w dis- jtiibs-od whuii his swocUheaif if-t'usr.l him; thonght bo bad beltor m.L (ry another aparlr, he might bo lilmvn up again. Aakrilliim wlmf. nmrln him an stu- pid Haid ho had been ale-ing all mor- ning. Ho said a man becamo vnry lively wbon bogotftlittlo wbifky; it imtKpirita In him. Wo Itwmnirt lively. Oct. M.yA '.van convicted of kidnapping .1. Smith's hat. Wns THE Klitcmof tbc Orayvlllo (111.) Jii- Imj boon prcRQDted witb_a haslcoL of h'jL-n'jil pesdlief, raised in tbct town. '1'bey uru niniilar to Iho fir.Ht growth, incepting that, llicy arts nuller. MIL A. C. CASE, of Lagnuigc, Ind., i'nw days ago, cut frorn n tree from Iiisurclionl, ti Lv.-ifj on.which bung two ipplt-s of entirely .lifTi-icnt ,1, jiuru nissL't, and tlio other a ijirge green and red colored apple, buariug tin resemblance to the russet whatever, A worlh nothing, in eoiiiM-'cfion willi our last earthquake, was dliHervetl nt Monti, a place not visilud by (lie tremolo. Just at the time -who.1 New York was eliaken a, lemaii on tbo island chanced to lie uonsiiltiiiff big thereinoiuotcr, and wns to sec tbc mercury fall sud- denly abmil fen remain tlicro for moment or two, and then rise to fnniicrltivol. Union conUiiia an arHcle _ tho pen of.Dr.-BtirthollL', where-. full dnlaihi-aro given of'a cast-of ontaiicous combustion. -Tbo subject it was a thirty-seven years who was addicted' to nlcolioljc; She waa foniitl in Ui the viscera and eomu- of the aad clothes, wing eacjiiH'd. The' Very iiiumfode-" iptiun of the plate in which the de- was found, that ignition ild not .havo bfuii communicated m wilbout; and, to all appearance, 3 is un additional casu.UiJhobe al- idy upon record.. riiEltr. is a cans on-.rc6nrd in-. Noiff ort city in which a' iii'irW'was Be- otlv plncud u-nU-r lliii'. pillow, ot a uu'g lady's couch on llnllow ETC. 10 next morning she tall, ndeomo young brown eyes idbrow.i hair, tbat Bbo bad dreamed mo into her room aa filie stood comb- KlierhaimttliB .glasq. So plainly pcurutl Uiu visitor tbat'in the dream ctu: icd froiii the gliisslo ask the ob- ct of Ks inliusion. Six. montlm after at tlie young lady was suddenly in- uluced to a stranger, whan; niwgni- ii' ii bini the "ghostof Hollow Lve, 10 fainted nnil foil insensible, at. bifl ut. Tbo. affair led to an mtimalo 'ac- laintance, uud they were atterwards arriod. So Bays Iho legondof nc, now Hampton Rtroot. The KansiiB KtBlc Itecord says "Mr. Newell, who is at present stop- ing with Judge Ilolniest. brought 'th him from Denver a fish which, an would call a 'raiebird.' ft about wxinchiis loiip; and has n wide cad like a ijntfish, but tbo body is more Unit of a It bag BUB nnd a fish, stud in addition short bitflt.-l; H tSl TOperlirmhnl. IIAYntftl (it 7Mf 
                            

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