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   Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - October 29, 1866, Janesville, Wisconsin                                Kally, Trl- Weekly, and -Weekly, ROBERTS, PROP'RS, OK BlncW, St. ranll TRI-WEEKLY, J- MiTto'n. pw OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY. The Mows. Gold closed For the week ondinj; yc-.sterday, there wore one hundred dentlm from oholera in Cincinnati. The diaeiise is not abating A private letter just reccivod nnnoun- 063 John 0. at Franco, and. Robert Toombs of Georgia, and Jajob Thompson of Missiasippi, ftt the Grand Hotel, Paris. e.iitDr ot the Louis- ville Jburnal, is seriously ill "with bron- chitrs.; Hia recovery.is doubiful. KCMOR saya that Misri Anna E. eon has recently vejcutecl the addresses of a very distinguished in an Eaatorn city. Gov. OUR .authorizes, the .South Cdroli- nian to say that ho is utterly andunequiv- ocully opposed to tho constitutional amend- nxtint, and will not rcooamnvind ita adop- tion by the Ileintzelman -bixs "..tiicceeded Qon. Getty Jn comrnnud of tho Toxae: Ten moi-o couinani'is of.'infantry imtnedifttoly ovilarej All the ciu-nlry liaa frontier. JANESVILLE, WIS., MONDAY THE EXPBESS, WAK- Reply or the President 'of tlie.BIi chants' Union Company to of the Roohoittr Union. StlllC Tho Mihviinkeo states that Friday ''-while at work on the ecliuoncr. J'um. slipped nnd fell from tho deck ii'tot-hu votisol's striking upon Iiii liou'J. Tlio uccidont iB likely to prove futul. Fe- sentenced to dcjith by ilu Canadian Government, was Milwaukee onJ'is of SO.VE hunters passing, thro ugh' a- wood noar Cunastota, N. Y tajt disoov- ered a from the limb of a tree, being Buaponle 1 'rjunto by ft liaudkorohief tied the' neck. On eiaminiUion, they found trroorms had dropped off from otvly the bones of the body remained. NOT by, on a tree hung a ooa.t, which, win Rpjurently offino black broadjloth when Ih-eVo.' In the pockets was a (jbenlc given by tho Illinois Contrul Ji lilrouj, daily paper of last April, nnd thuiy-uuo iloilurs in ...money. .THE N. Y. Herald "The issue is narrowed down to the proposition the excluded states accept tho Amendment under President Johnson, or wait far 'Gen- eral Grant f" _ GOVERNOR BOLLOCK bus a lecture ready tho.lyoeuras thU winter Tho Prpvi-. donoo God..in tiio Vivo Epic 'Periods of American History." The Stouejvall Cemetery. NEW You'ii, Octpbcr 20. Tho Stonewall Va., wna dedicated 'on Thursday, in the prosouco of ft large assemblage. The ad- dress delivured by Henry A. wo. 'Tho'spoakop dwelt at leugtlt on tho cry and devotion of tne Confederate tinny, and after apostrophizing 'Stonewall Jack- eon, BiiiJ the Stonowull example is not on-' ly. but is cheering and full of- hope., to shame only tho dead JlacchWellian dogma that a faith in iho truth of a moral principle can ever or over be submitted to the arbitrament.' of to.be conquered by tho foice .of nffnibors but it scouts that worae tlmn immortality, ttmt despair which .jBiftligns'acauao worib' Stone son's fighting for, and worth his Qying" for, by milling it a lost as if a cru- einxion could lose a cause. The Oaptnin of our salvation was conquered, IIo died, thmt the cause live, and from that day' to this thei -bipod hue been tho seed i.if tho church. So with the seeds of truth on earth. If our cause in lost, It was fiiUc; if true, it is not lost, First victories cauuot be termed final re- eyltsj Thorixworo --many, errors in our waysol' Roirii; ous to war. Those errors fell; the truths for which wo fougbt.yet Jive. While wailing for. their, resuvrcc-' iicn or their in this hour of 'dark- nous and of doubt, to all who, recreant, would abandon fealty to ing, would abandon hope; to all who, tempted would resort to forbidden ways; to oll-wh'o timid, would shamefully suc- cumb, to the old Virginians ho .eaid that {ho .weakness and tho gJorioa.of tho past must pass nway- To.tho young Virginians hs promised a day brighter than any that- baof gilded tho history of the State: -'lie up pealed to thorn not to emigrate, to tak'o thou1 fortunes us thoj are, and from tho present [From tbe Bocbmtor "Union.] Ornot of USR.TJmax EIPUISS Co., 1 ._AunuRK, N.Y.. October J of Deftly' Union DEAR attention has bncn called to an article in your issue of the ISth.inst., wherein you give currency to several un- jfauhdpd: and absurd juniors, started by the Ti'gAit's'of-'the'old'eipToeB monOpplieS. .J.ustico. to the stockholders of this, com- pany, some of whom might I'be misled by this .that' I 'Should make an emphatic and unequivocal denial of the allegations in tho ortiole referred to. that the capital stock was increased. It was'sb' increased' on the- uii'fitiimous and concurrent vote' of. tho. Exe'du'tiue Baard und the Board of-Trustees was done because it was deemed for tho'true inter' puts of the company among its interestdd'patrons aJ-larder -'nu'mber tban the original capital would acoomp- date with sharea. But it is is nbsolutely one dollar i of tho icoreaoed capiial stock, or of the original was .aver 'given, .orieauod to any perdfin whatever without the payment thereon'of'the 'Bam'e'''inBtaMents paid by .every othet'stpokholdat.r 'Ao'stiitmnSntsHh refiJreh'ce'to cTOtraota for .outfit, afa without tho slightest foundation in fact. The'greatest oare and caution huve been cxoorcised to the pur- chase of'Vriabertal of whatever''kind and it is confessed on all hands that in tho wagon's, 'safe's) "Ac., ifcj.f this-company has been'singtflarl; for- tunate. And upon the sirb'jeCt'bf1 real os-. late, I deem ..it proper to have1 purchased offices and stiables whaie it. was not practicable tP secur.o.ncc- esaary accomrn'adations'ak reaspnsbJerents.' As to tho ridiculous story about paying'. for n New Jersey, as an- "nsylum" fp'r disabled horses, it is a suffi-'. answer that .we.have never or hail negotiations'- for a.' of roal_. estate, in Xew have we any disabled horses for which, it is necessary, to providft an. Of the Qonara about any ,tbe stookbold- ots uniting "to go intp the courts and con- test .the. legality of the proceedings of tho I think it well' to'say, thaU from the inauguration of. oar great enter-' prise to this hour, not one of our many thousand 'indicated to us a want of faith in tho wisdom of tho man- agement of the affairs'of bus one intimated to .us any disposition to. "tnsc in tho courts" the legality -of our .proceedings, whiou.- indeed.. has been 01 can be questioned CITY AND COUNTY. IIAIliHOAD D1RKCTORY. ABR1VAL AND DEPARTURE OF TEAIN3. Chicago T101NQ tfORTH.' OOIKO Mall P M PJaneiTlllo PaSo A.M Night PM PM9.. flight 1 f M Mil. PralrU du Chleu. AHKIYl. IilfiBI. M For P. I'M "B.-JOPII AM P.duC...... TM PM H P M rl 1J M ___ nnd I'rnlrlo du Chit c, via C i M W H B Junction, urrlvoot AM, Arrival and Departure orthe tniila at tlio-Janoivillu Pout Office, on and aftor May 18th, 18W: AKklVl. .-CLOSI. DMAUr" Oolcsgo, p m p m p m.1 Chicago and way......... p m p m p m Otd.iN. W., north.....tOO p m p ID p m Milwaukee, p m p in p m Alilwmlteu p m m 1 JO p ni SliLAP. dii 0.', in 'tOfljrju r-liiiM'V m Southern i m p m p m uud Uc-lolt p m a in a m ant Mail via p m p m p ai Malison p m p m Ovbrlaad mnll from Milwaukee arrivu Motidaya Wedneidayii nnd f rldnyn by Q p m. Dejmrta Tueiidaya Thursdays and Saturdnyi at 4 n m. Overluud mail Ctuuwville arrives Tneudayi and Fridays at llrfO a ra. .Departs Tuosdayo and at p m. Orovlimd moll to Emerald Grove arrives TcesdajH, Ihundayn and Saturdays. Departs .Tuesdaya.Thiiru- ihyfl 3atardayB. "Offlco houra Irom S am toBp m.finndayH from m to p m. WK. RUQEll P' AI mylTdtf bell, who was arrested on charge of. com plicity in the store, was discharged on: nooo before any eiaminatioa i beiug ascertained that tb ere'was'tio ca- dence to .substantiate the fluspiciqnp had been awakened ly foundation for his arrest .-was a letfcj which he was siud to have, received which looked.to some knowledge part, i the Qn .gaining .possession missive, however, it contained. .not; jng which even looked CITY NOTICES. rule this American, ..nation WE learn-that Joseph Wood has accepted a call to Christ Church Parish in this city. He is expected to take charge about tho 1st of December next. .Friday a.hair jpin !with gold sotting. When joat a jefcross woa attached to it. ThoV-finder wiH bo suitably rewarded by Same at 'this office. DISCHARGED. The two men, Galen Marsh, ivho were arrested on- 'Charge of burglarizing tho store'of WrighE ffi Hiint; wore discharged from custody thisrinorn: ing, and went en their Tray .rejoicing'.. TIIE SUN and gloom the sun como appearance again. elevaiesr" 'tho spirits and cheers tho heart tho blue aky onco'moro.1'' Pl POLITICAL die CourtKoom on Wedaedday'ievoning, the 3-lst at o'clock, when Hon. J'.'K.' Doolittlei I bog leave to to the j Hon.. Qobrgo B. Smith and lion. D. F. foot (and i do not I Weymonth will spoak on -the political is- tlmt you purposely UHO yo'Ur colamns to jare; this 'company) that the rumor ao ly circulated, effect that thiscompa. ny was to Uo consolidated' with or was fir3t; of the du.y.. All are invited to attend. .'.'DOING' a Mer- chant's Union Expr.'ss Company is doing' seen pa- per on the 19th of July last. extending .maiiy'.tlvju- sands of miles over.ihe'greathaalnoas thor- oughfares of the country, successfully com- rangomonts completed it will do hand- .floruely. It is .populsr-wttE the communi: quite-'a fino.bqemesB, conaidering1 the tern' porary. disadvantages., under which th-2 I Company labors. OQ it getj.-tiU ita ar- overcoming every obstacle, and, as yourself .cjnfesa, winning-public sympa'- thy and Bubstantittl-favor to its 'support, that rumor. The whole business public haa learned to believe whqn wo said that in tho organ- wcmaini business; sncnv storm of Just Friday, Mr. John Wat. BOO, who id on the new railroad and fell to the mason woric below, a distance 'of the last days exceeds'tho amount ,L .paid in by pur in-such u position-as not'to'aenouB- ccid'cnce of the by ly injure him, though ho wa.s consideraijly buiiineBSirtin and oapitiiliecs in ing strenjlh of _ I-" I trust .yon will Jie pleased to give to this commu'ni'clitlbri ths same p'luce in your ool- uinna that you aocord.fld to. the u.ntounded riimora Very.rospectfully E. P. Ross, President. TUo Fear of Impeiicumcut- This is skeleton by Johnson's heirtb. Theanoet cautious men horo.bplievo it will como. Tho announce- men't'rriado'b'y 'Judge Bingham.bf'riia de- termination W-pTosa snoh'-action has cre- ated a profound sonsatypn. 'JBiogham is not an aspirant for tho Presidency. He is a rather conservative republican u .differ .with his party, and a lawyer of groat breadth, learning aiid comorohftnaive intellect. HL'TOIIISBONS who iri- obtain a seat at tho concert'of the Hutchineons this evening, will find it nec- essary to go early. ..They will :bo very likely, to draw a largo crowd, as tlioy nro the most po'p'ular band of a'in'gers. in the Union snd- -their music is always in har- mony with' liberty 'and 'progress.' John is not only one of the sweetest cf but he is ronliy it fine actor, which lends ftn'.ndditional charm to thpir.'perfpimttnccs. There are no reserved scats. Go early r.nd tixlje the clSildren.j; small boginninss again work forward. lie where they would go if tUey leave Virginia? Would they leave' the United States? And if they supposed the United States hotfroe, -where olso on eai-th did they expeot .to find a people 'ftS free? He eshortod them to a life of work, of constant unobtrusive, quiet labor. The .causa of tho former slow progress of ir-. pnia, habaliovod was which cro- jited a landed aristocracy, fogrosi and ropcllant to immigration. o stated at length advantage of invit- ing immigration, now that slavery was tdeatroyod, and spoko .further of the groat mineral resources of Tirgiaia. IT is known that tho eld- est daughlor of the late Gen. Scott died brpken-hoarted in a French, convent, be- cause hor'fiith'er would not'give his eon Bent to her marriaga'with a JTi'onch nobleman and officer, who was' unobjec- tionable, in every respect except that Gen- eral Scott did not wish to have a son-in- .law against whom be might have to draw Jus sword in tho event of a collision be- tween Franco aad the United States, in which, tho suitor to the handiof'hisdaugh- ter have .to take a. part, in hia capa- city of offloer in the1 Prejjoh'araiy. 'Jlao of tho United States army should not on'tor into any such tangling was tho General's ob- Btinato reply.to hia wifo'a.and daughtef'a' entreaties. Tho poor young lady, wh.Q. while still a pupil at Ma a me tiey'ssohoolin Now York, had dis- dinguidhod on account of her remarkable Accomplishments, now, retired con- vrltero'sh J died' a short" lima iward. i' THE title ot'Btnorson'a now volume wil Msj Daj and other pooms." 'Cojhow how s[ moliobntion one faot. TBero resides here a prominent, lawyer and cs-Gteneral, who timong-the tftileet pol- There is nothing of tho revolution-' iry in'hia' 'composition; as theru .''is in Andy'e. Yesterday a sontleman in conver- the appointment of was seek'iQR inQueuco in be- hivlf. of u, mutual friend.'.To.his. surprise tlje. General dadlared-himself; rb. movirig-Bve'ry Radical "olo'rk, giving as -a principal-reason his belief that. Congress would impeach JSf. "Johnson and that ev- ery Radical in office would bo another 'lUafthoir tlmvacancies by 'Of tlje" oohtesi removal ,ind the I Jjhnson men would be to create men-.it- jirrivs." to resistance to such (in action of Congress. Forewarn- ed is Washington Letter. Personal. .'Gen. Slocum has bak'en-up Ws'-rfesidonoe in Brooklyn, N. Y. Judge L. Draper, one ot-the of Tplodp, died in, that city on. at of 70 years. of. the., great ateel man'ufacturing'flrri of Sheffield, Eng: land, died on the 27th ult. --J -The 'Boston C48tom have procured a ?500' silver tea-set for pro- sentation-to sx-Cblleotor-irn'mlin; tes- timonial of their esteem. -i. J- P.rol. 3. P. Wiokevsham has. b.ocn op- pointed by of the Common Schools -of Pennsylvania. Georgo.irjiployji.teriiry, oritio of. the New York returned his Eu- ropean resumed .his labors upon that journal. 1 Milwaukee spoioty haa baop lately stir- red up. by a fashionable weddiag.-thepar-, tioa being Thomas L. -Hnydon- Fhi'r'ft P.. Watson. General John A. Logan's arduous labors during the present havo been stopped by an illness, which is severe, but will xjnly bo temporary. Colonel John J. Elwell an'd Qea'eral M. both' of. the -old1 tenth' Army Corps, are running a largo lumber busi- ness on the BJiito river, in South Carpli- a. .pupi.CB. WINTBK, Daniel "VVilcox has just received, on consignment, tho choicest lot of winter upploa ever offer- ed in 'this market, consisting uf all tie standard, long keeping varieties, which he is anxious to dispose of at. a reasonable figure. Persons wishing lo supply-their families with an extra article', can do so il they apply immediately at the freight depot of the Milwaukee'1 'Prairie du Chicn Kailroad A DEMOCRATIC PAPER i.v We arc creditably, informed that there is to bea new-. Democratic paper started in this city within a specified time. Mr, Bo- npw publishing the'Wasliing- tpn (Ipwa) County Times, has decided to remove his office to this place, and dispense tho democratic gospel .to those wto sit in this valley and shadow of We arc told that thpsei such an organ established, have nrnde generous promises towards-supporting-it: with their is to means arid patronage. be a weekly. A GENTLEMAN from Janosvillo haa ijtnted the Store erected this summer by Mr, Farwoll, and is to occupy it as a Hat and Gap dii Lac Cmnmoniceallk firm is 'Messrs., Cjturnptpn in'hate, caps and fur geods on West Milwaukee They propose to atartra branch es- tablishment at Fond du Lac. They do a large business in the manufacture of hats at this the quality and style ej their work cannottc surpassed anywhere. They are reliable gentleman and efficient business men, and. will prove a' desirable acquisition, to any point where they may trade. at rairie depot. A gentleman and his wife can be aooomodatoj, oct24illw, alreot, near tho'lrilwauk'c'o'it Prairie du 'oct27d3d 'COLLEGE! Young ladies, and gentlemen .who sirous o'f-.obtainiog a '-business education will find superior advantages" nt this' instl tution.. ,The course.fif.inatructipn is. moiit thorough and complete, embracing a knowledge of everj.r department of busi- Students -'may at any cime. The College- is 'open both day arid evening. ''''_'" shall ru-Je.'thia oct27d3d'" TO. important question; weigh ati't advantages of tho'lntcrnatioriarChain of Oollegos.over any and all oilier BusineeB Schools. It is.the oldest, .the lias graduated mere men of eminence in business circles. For information, address BRYANT, STRATTON oct2dtwly. Milwaukee, Wig. SPECIAL Winslow'a. Soothing Sy'ruph'ae beooVd so 'popular that; variouo parties' have 'put "out articles 'CBlj.-t ing Wiinslow's. notice that THE .MRS. WINSLQWv.OP TUE SOOTHING SYRUP IS NOT CON- NECTED WITH AtfY "OTHER ART> OLE........ .june'5daw'3iriV Go. to Gootins everybody. .Go, where m can "buy the cheapest; Myers House corner is tho place where you can silver and plated ware ton per cent, cheap or than any where else in the city. July IdiwGm, Ladies' Meriuo Wrappers ers at SLOCCM'S, JA.NKSVIL.L.JC CIU1.V AXD 1'ftODUCE UIAL aro to be oirenlal'eS iiHnjedi. Governor- o-be forwarded tir the1 home :'eover.nmenk, 0 hive'tha-'sent'o'ncfe c'dmmutad to v. :iv _ prisone're'-were- arrainged'''tq- pleaded' not. guilty.- Thctr ames ;sro David' Whalen, Pitric Norton )aVid Drunimond. "Fears'are: expressed byt a, majority of ie1 people "-that the Fenians'may 'escape eforo the day of thtp'iijjfc 10 aid'bf :their: friends'from ;1 irl'e.'-- Th'oro OTe'hbvf in'th'e'xMty ovelr'500 rish'-'-Americahfl, apparently11" out of env iloym'ent, do sbinettiinc ThicbJ believe is to aid the jail by overpowering icir guards, and then- "escaping1 to the "nited States- ''TbeFonian-priBOnera at Cornwall r.i-e 1 be indicted'-on Monday high treason, nd on following Vsdnesday if tha Grand ills'agninat them'." 'Now isxdite-. istitin the ;tbe Fenian trials nd'senteno'os-in'Toronto was lively and threats of. severe retsliatioh freely made by the Fediana if the m'tence into, effect. It eipoctod'by' many that Proaidenjt ill'intorcedo'ia behalf of the unfortunate FROM NEW YORK, JAN JSSV1LLE, Oci. 1888.' VTu mako up pried ui follows; -aood locholco'iimiiij- spVlt ,'i' ;riug at cwt. IIOOKWIIEAT FLOUB-li'.ob. pur 100 In good r Prime new iduramon-to Uiir Mj> so fl oo Itj. 60 up Qooil iqcnl und fair M tta K K S doa. for froiib. raon SiLESP woh. at oft nowaahod. tlVE Oatt'lo (bogl nv FIFIILD k BUOTOIBS. ...JANBSVII.IJl, Oct. ISO'S, CoDinloi: uniii.l-2 fcrt, fiur twoiity iii'OO lo "2J of: Tcucinj; -.L-'2'i DO' h iioiirjs ;.2S, W: ur ilrMHod noorloc 44' 00 ssloo Olour iJrti -211.-" Sdolonr 30 00 Ip 2dclaor 60 00 Clout ......MS. 00 to 00 00 acnatllJB. -I.'.. 22 00 Daal 12 00 to fl 0 bth 0 00 -Hiw JOES, Lcltur, wilL fair ominll-y.1" TO.TO- tixtra. otato; round Ohio, bttlor bat closed quiets Ith' Ivanco lokt. kou; 2.15 lufedor No 2 Chicago spring. .J ii i WIIBAI-ftuiot No 2, Butter.naJ nctlto. Advanced Ic, but low ut close. Saltn 'kl 2.14 Active T APPIN'S' HAli Jb Skiff Gaylordla E LSI WEDNESDAY AND latrodijdng, In thctlr Mioifrcl uautltd Marcli to the Sea, oJlicoo'p'en -J, uclSMlw JVfl. L ilA good supply or Biiuat snniuRLi.viiS.1 oil. '.'id, 18611. BY TELEGRAPH Reported Expressly for tbeGiizettf New.' Oct. Herald Tprbntq epecial says the icriilitary authoii orders" to increase', the fiuard! the Feniane'nr'p c'ojin'6js mado Yorkrwill compel the Crown-authorities deal' towards' the .'prisoner's more, severely than'tfipjij'offlei'wjp'e would. M prieotrbra" confined hero are all.wJtn clothing.' The. Americup consril h'aB supplied, e'oroe of them o'i't o his own pocket with now under 'clothing Efforts' are to be'.mado; by, tho Bey. 3i8hoip Lynch'of this city, to'get' the Rev. J.'Me Mahon reprieved. "Tho meeting'of lias been pp'strponed by the Government General un til Deiembir'llth.. It in rumored that the government intends ordering out the niiJS tip, io payola; (lie frpnlier until after thje Now York'i Hera Toronto special says: From. all ;parts of th'o Prpyincer dcspatchea are that nb' mercy should''lie shown to tho Fenians found guilty. -I think it is douhtful Crown'can find tOdonviuce'tne jury thdt Mr. Lumsdeh was in any wajy connected with. the. raiders last June. The threats made by the, Fenians iii New York to; avenge the ''death.' if executed, do-gtoat'irijnry1 ttr'th'e York, A vast'.' cipn- curse fifty tfropaand, pepDJo aj- emiled 'yeatorday. in 'Woo'd.'.jfoi; the urpque of listeninp to Jus. tcptgns, C, .'0.' J. K., prospect of ie' culminatiuu.of .Fenidh .'Tho'epeaji'er was! greeted ild'-enthusiasniij" Hp. e'xp'eriencei 'great ifficuUy.'in raa.kjni himaell' beard to ev.en lo'stnali circle wJip appeiied 'to'bc witfclh tic' scope-' -Qfjliis oico, on ij' riwd arqiiud biin..' "undcTatpod CO; :eldnd, xhcro, '.'ho t .befiisc the 'dawning.of ie Nevf Year. He ad been done alredJfy.'ra frelii'ii'S. [o to-' especc their. in ah Ef-" iris in.fyvor.Df Ifelaud.had; failed ire, he of ly and aid in America. occurred at the closo of rlic by. the.supposeJ.djscoycry was badly cut be ionpceiit at G.criuiin "----'-'-1- lust..ii'ignt, jto i; n... Iho .terminus, iencij jb Cpurtlana .street North tiie St.; Sunday. .Ojven.-McShane. Gleaspn hid e'ec'ue'nl friend.wh'b'wa's being ..attacked- jy jMeShane. -A' man na'm'ba'ThoV. OD; struck, by ex- ited New Yor.k.'.pct'obcr 29 Wfishi'Dgton''Sp'eJcial says -'General Ayerjll ons'ul- General of tho States' in" been in :days' .nd.after interviews. President laSj left Wjashiflstion .to .assume the per- ormanceof his'ofijciarduticH'. :of xaTe importance on'tfit is the wish of die 'resideatilhat th.e Representation .lorarnment should be-there earfi'. st'period. Gen. Sweeney it is bo' restored o his former..rank in the 7StatcS irmy ia''bif'cfwa. The commander' ofj our Bcjuadron in Peruvian matters, to ho.Peruvian wh.en..displayed on .the [agsHip'.bf.their fleet on the ground ic -iff fite'flj that the commander of' the' AdiniriMucker; tho Rebel tho late The1 tfayTjiduring tho late ibe matter has -been .the Secretary of the' navy to" the Sccr'etaty'bf State1 fift ma jfthe iTs deciaibn. tr October New; Organs special says Ortege asserts hat he has positive assurances that Gen. Sheri'daVs order relative to Mexico was. not sanctioned by Washington authority. 'obi'rent 6T JB'summoned ttf their capital, but con bo traced to. co source. OrtaftohjLs notscoo er-here..', ..uu -f ,wtin tyuirn 'arCon PavM lick SB .olodyJohii Miller Ed LIST uncluiuioj tu tlie' Pi.'hl-.Onici) nt Stoif or on iln> llflcli duj-bl October, 1808. ;thyor fliesw J-.'ttPiy, tDO'appllcaot call iho HIL und pay ono cent Jin uilTurtirjiiifi. j 1 iTiioL cajlntllbr wttlihl wllV bosuLi .-.ij i Uj.'cairlvri, Rt tho ot'owbord, miLjf "Li.' 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