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World (Newspaper) - November 14, 1878, New York, New York IP YOU WAUT A OF ANY KIND CALL AT OH SEND TO THE EMPLOYMENT ANM NO CHARGE TO OK IF YOU WANT A SITUATION AT MI NO MADE Knit 1JNIHSd YOU A If I i O NEW YORK NOVEMBER FIVE MINUTES WITH THE OP THE v J W Si w 11 i indications from t For Niw uml tlie Middle States clear weather higher Lord tu Secretary note en tiie il in the Cabinet Tuesday are to bs pnb tins ftf Ihe and IIH contention thU New law could in no case apply to United States fishermen Liverpool will put on holiday attire to honor the departure of the of ami the Princess Louise for Tho oi tlie of mid Leopold will assist in tac lion on to TCv Au is to be by tho corporation ol Liver ami at one by the corporation of Toe Duke of h ts sailed from and hopes to Uic Martinis nail the Princess at The detectives and others in over taking tin robbers of the vault cx yome hopes ot last arose i tno day lo when Erie H be anew for the control ol Atlantic and Great Western A majority of six votes iti Iir l District is what tle Is is said that v ill tlic Tlie bty Ameri can Institute ol was for building and M and the of on the The Pilot liave appealed to to know if there ia no way tn stup the dumping if In the They bvc not for Tiii ul mill u visit to the Field tun K of and Mlic lo at n by tho States ISoard ot A me for collie ot the results iire do in and wus to the Bloom is to be released und witli licr bis cousin and were in yesterday OK a ol tins of a child foul years sarving it and The coui by Tin list oi ol tiie New snows timt of woven on joint At the last the liad a majority of All tJe coal miners iu vicinity of are on it of a has exam ined mid is of the opinion tint only lor tho return of the stolen o tlo Bant siv at to offer must come out of their own pockets aud not out of the deposits m ihe Captain oi lias bees permanent and of Surgeon of tlm Stale and Sailors Home at will lie January Tiie State in have without any ot Two more arrests of offenders the United States Election laws taken in South Hie Iron Company oi Philadelphia lioa resolved to temporarily suspend Tlie company iias four in full blast stoppage will throw oat of employ ment it Iniye number of The lota i is will exceed the value ol tho companys property is set at ovor expresses i lavor of mmt and says that Ions solid aud Noi will be Tlie Pn denies he ever that tlie Southern policy hud been a Davis who by the workingmen ol for hue Tlie and Democratic Stain of Malic voted that there lire many which must be und Reveral usually the muat be eut y three now eases Inw lever and one in ono death and no new uses iu and two in Now Tlie total of cases in Hit latter city amounts to Three Hi children named were burned to death at The American Womens Association held Us ninth annual convention at The session was principally with the of Tlie held at Chicago alter to remarks by Mexican on the feeling entertained by his countrymen Inr resolutions upon the of the and Pacific and George who absconded in 1875 while County Cleric ot and for whoso arrest the Super visors had offered lias given up to the He has been itli his family on the Pacific At one John Dakin wus sentenced to the penitentiary for life for the murder of John He sol declared his Alter Dakin had been convicted by the Frank an voluntarily confessed timt lie the aud he still assarts that lit attorneys will appeal to tlie Supremo that ho will not con of the Con from the First Ohio He and shop connected with the Central at Toronto were Loss Tbo property to the On and heavily Tim foundered off Point in Lake Huron on Tuesday crew wero picked Gold slightly lower closing at sales und 100 Sterling wus a for sight was 3 a per ou and u The stock was wich a general small in railroad and a further re from to for Western Union 1ho of attract more were active and generally 18 bonds and some demand for sound descriptions that offer good margin for buoyantly hat only the early advance was were pretty fair movement lor Provisions but Ui only was there any decided and not rates for Liverpool lor and Australia ior Liverpool from State of from from and TO n Lin November In a letter from Pans United States Minister to in reply to the public charges made hy as to lite complicity U alleged Florida that he did not send a telegram to Secretary Sherman that prepare or originate of some lour hundred nor dirt he promise office or reward to any member of the after It was he suM to MisLin having honestly done lie would commend them to President A WEEK ROBBERY MORK THAN OF TUIP INTO NKW LAST That there is some on the engaged in the case of the rubbery of a week was indicate ill several ways although of as to what has been accomplished are careful tt say Hint litre are food hopes of 1 Walling ostentatiously tool Irom lis room a telegraphed lo lo relieve had a carriage called antl drove mvay with a K was cur rently reported aud believed that Walling had gone lo In shoot but later in the was Him he hail lo a small near Port In and tmt ins visit there was lo a report that Oil the the stealing of a lauded a box in one of tho coves ol near Iort antl there were pointed to a possibility of the hotly of being discovered in Ilie last it was I hat Imd lo several persons in HUH but Ihe not bo ff Fitch a box was landed at a better lo hide the body scarcely be is over a mile from the and nave two guano and a few humble hi the workmen there arc no houses Ilie is no hotel in the and no one lias a stranger there lor several Inspector Murray said he fell more hopeful lliin on any and lie thai the prospect for Ihe recovery of the re and of the criminals was far last m lie was very lie said 1 I inn depending largely on the police force of the 1 have every for the Dealest faith and in their earnestness antl in the Heal of They couldnt possibly do more than they have and with their I am I dojit conceal from the public Ihc lad Ihal 1 have in my employ the bust detective talent in the covering every point that to them seems of Of I tell what arc Tire press may be tlie moment f have information that is to be hem for publication it will be but that must come through the uml properly Irom i may that 1 believe that when case is concluded lie press instead ol the police will readily praise lo ihe number and I Ilie of assistance maile to I never could have Ilie of ihe belief in clair that flic made o me by have There are things f wish yon would publish for me m ihe way of a au article wan in Im oilier day Hit alleged desecration bv of Hie of the Amity anil the Inference was made that ihe of his own vault be The is not in e with the facts ami Is The ti Amity Church was on the for pale for Home but the sate not he imil after much trouble in the did not pur chase ihe property until afler the church had been and aft he and else supposed all he also lie the thai he iht ground for a The sale was by Ilie would have been human had been re Die of the ground Stewart did mil for a after a few uere which his own laid and removed to tlie Is iu lo orders 10 to employ a nmn at the lime was ou as made by him that I had liliu to pay for this service e nut in with the lo employ the best nan he could a tun us I would be willing o have ia my I did not restrict linn lo any amount as to No was rendered io me lor his and 1 u is as astonished as anv one when 1 learned thai tiie man employed wus an ordinary soie was uu fo noises each A lew alter took coni us Colin ters he wus on by a that he had been iu and was possessed of In regard lo robbery of the could not the mime ol Ins or the nature of his bid that lu not propose to give tiny obtained some He was lo Hilton called on Later m the day nvo men who had a German accent called on tlie Inspector ami appeared to believe that liad very re no ctmi and were sent to Tucy they lo have u of the reward put the tin ilje right There were ninny oilier visitors to 1oliee Headquarters who volunteered information from good but none of the clues they fur of called in relation to vehicles seen at strange hours and under suspicious aomc m to odors detected in all Boris of places and some in relation lu the neighborhood of darks graveyard before Ihc Every statement how carefully silted by Inspector anil Inspector Murray before it was con as Inspector Dilks received a postal curd also from one John who is in Hit habit of sending his views In that shape lo Police It Is uncomplimentary to tiie force and calls on them to produce Stewarts It was rumored that Stewart bad withdrawn the oiler of for the recovery of her body and the arrest and conviction of the robbers Inspector Murray said that the offer of reward still holds On Saturday an undertakers wagon drove up to the entrance of the Cornel cry and the driver to deposit a corpse in the receiving vault The plate on the side of the wagon was Charles Carmine son of Superintendent Looker of the temporarily In and read the required removal permit which driver handed K described the corpse us that of Isaac aged years who died ut old age at 109 West Eleventh street on No The Perm It read For removal to New for was signed Register or Across the lace waa written The body lo be inclosed In a metallic ease sub ject to tiie approval of Superintendent Deforest Sanitary it was further Indorsed U id Carmine New Superintendent Looker says that neither ho nor his son entertained the slightest suspicion that tho remains were otherwise than as still H crept out somehow that a New York undertakers wagon had delivered the botly of long de at the and out of that grew an absurd rumor that the cedar box and lead might inclose the stolen remains of aud thus arose yesterday afternoon a publication lo Upon the Benedict called upon Captain at the Central New who agreed with Him that the suspicion was an remains were removed from Trinity For two or three days three men were seen loiter ing on Montgomery Jersey in such a manner as to attract tiie attention of the They appeared to have no business and Chief Na than ordered their They said they were of on Exchange place of and ot west wcw When arraigned before Judge Davis In Jersey City they said that they were connected with the but refused to tell Judge Davis offered to discharge thorn on condition mat they would leave the city at Wood mid Robin son consented and were Wilkinson re fused to leave the and Judge ordered him locked up till It to that they wera engaged on the Stewart Inquiry at Agency no doubt thai the men were His but a direct state ment to that was avoided and tlie object of the menB mission waa not The block which they vent watching is a long and Irregular fronting ou Montgomery street aud extending from Green to Washington On the north side of Montgomery street the principal arc carpet and Punier A on the other mdu are the Journal offices ami Tng Tin 13 used us Kill on tiie second Moor there is a the rent of the building is divided into Inw At in know that tno men A reporter wlo surveyed the was threatened with by tlm ttio operatic went out for a walk on yesterday AH ho Third avenue lui saw two UK n a and immediately Unit Die tlie missing and to dowith ifc followed Die inin Wnen opposite a stable near place tney stopped and dropped ran up to hir have yon pot in that sack lie when he recovered to the o Horns If you knew who I said the you wouldnt talk in look him for Police and turned the sack over to contained raps and Kitchen A crowd had by aud as it showed sigus of mirth Captain followed up a worthless duo m Kew It seems that on lust JamCK of called the and told him that on the previous day he WUH driving towards by a man who lived In tho of the town they saw six men in and around a little house on the Hide of the they drove nearer the men seemed to and acted as if they dual rod to avoid recog fiy ihe time they got opposite the the men were nl out of He asked Ma com who and he paid mi one that tho had been for some On Tuesday went lo tin but he in the and sent by Dyer relumed aud re ported that was in Die supposed in warrant fun her and it was accordingly in di that of lite over is to been carried it parted into uie the 1st of the date when was lot Creamer was up late At la oclock u carnage drove up rapidly aud stopped in front of his reamer opened the window uml looked lie Faw three fonts and slouched from wulk in tiie inn of that part of Hint Thinking this lie out to the and asked him what he was answering tiie and drove at a quick puce to wards the Creamer thinks the men into thr carriage and lie is sun lie could not on account of the way they cov ered their The enormous which was put on the trail of the robbers was u very Skye terrier of ti student at the Columbia of White happened to be Marks with on when and tite were to the vault beinga of tho went with At the ot the vault Topsy in a manner at tin of and took up Hit trail uml portico to Newtons al ready in TIIK White afterwards off a fw lakes from the of the now famous stains carried them to the School of and hern lo a revealed tlo die of The result was and by of the pro Ichors and ti ilie i makes the following deductions due to the of decomposed That thuy during nt been at a a month White haw acquainted Hilton with the result of The story of ihu which it was stilted id the Captain tip uri the captain received he folio wine letter pa JIMP o t hut you u ring and sen him nil is lirs 1liorc IH Ml tin douht tint tlint after lire to thu state Mill the sumo ou jou In ho tm tiH Jours and wrote tits at will yet Lu William and Frank the siore of Scuam y r with two A man named So Jiff one of t lit with a friend and as passed a remark to Jus 10 that he believe body would Iver lie as he they re fun ol him and onb red Armstrong and to lor heir i rinks leave and they made it tor which tney were lined und Jo the yeste T Ihi SIK are 1 in end to tlie sexton uu me Fact if Uie had any liand in tire outrage lie must the that vcr lost ihc ot or he would never have allowed the vault to huvy sti so exactly when ho was tic only as one may term know uf OK t the Fact He could no thief to have uu Ihc to havn curried it out in the way si run the rusk of breaking down under ihe Fact a a shovel in the would he not have made compel cut to put hits inside wo lot Uie be where Was a thing so many 1 i i the au As 1JlEtfjJHtST THE A THAT 711 Ills POLICY A TO TIH 1 November position ot the AI ministration on Ihe Southern question us published iu THE today from the interview with lie hasbeen to be with one Tlie President disclaims hav ing said thai he that the South ern policy ol Uie in had been a lie does not believe mis been n failure on the con he that Ihe Southern jov whom he mentions in thai Interview endeavored to faithfully fullil promises of a year ago Just but he does noi think Ihe people of their States have fully sns those but have persisted In a if such n can be to tin liberty of lu Hie There does to lie any tuat the leaders ol Ihe North have with tlie President in Ihe to pursued in the about lo be in the for tho enforce ment of tilt Federal Election in the course of which numerous arrests arc to follow in Caro lina This was determined on some daya anil not yesterday at the Cabinet as In publications here and In the subject was not even mentioned tn the Cabinet yesterday i neither wus Ihe question of nor the tone of the nor other kindred sub before the as alleged and The only Important question considered wan that relating to the ami members of the Cabinet are much amused over primed reports purporting to give in detail what occurred aside from the debate over the Marquis of Salisburys de A WAK QUESTION IN THE TO THf J November new question growing out ol the war was before the United States Supreme Court today in the ease of Keith against Clark from the Supreme Court of H niMi LUC taint or rebellion by a recognition m them by the Slates in rebellion as to make subject to repudiation by the suc state ten dered for axes the bills of the of the 01 me oi I which were by the of the bank a legal tender lor that were and Ihe Supreme Court ol the State this aelion of tlie tax holding that tlie recog 01 too rebel State Government by tills char ier so far it as to make it lawful for the loyal Government bv Its new constitution to repudiate the original contract it It Is in this Court the provisions of the charter of the bank no more affected by the cited than was any statute of lie and they remain the law of A to Uie London Standard from uini the appeal of who U Hie life of the tne Court in ten days TRADE Ml TRADE AT 1AVIP 1MJILKY NATHAN IKON 1MH A OP United Knard of Trade is holding a in tin Ionic romn of the Tt discussed Die day yesterday of u national bankrupt A dinner the evening to various delegates it Clark pre and about one and pir iWis sat To tho of tho tif ot Agriculture aud Nathan of To the Iost and William were late ol tho and John To the Ihu of the United States and in lieu of 1oalnuwter was I ii MTV fo on ul my It liu lor umi HT tu bn by HH t rui ii will lio HIM culm unit tins it im or In iho f thi I J JM In ot 1 lo n m win 11 1 and 1 Ap A HUH loin KrunU Moulton tried to He WUH to muffed tlu its it ui 1 insist upon the of f I in am alter n ot The Army was drank in N us not 111re to ii Field was to iu ol lie if aria up n of iln j UH it tins at tlits most advanced body iu Uu Ii nil our mid IT hni tl iir it him tilled Hit ut in ux AD of lio us Uu H writ ton il int tins tm own KUHOH of IcHs I lim KO IhV dn an t Ins f only Lo Due Halrt a fow words tin of the but from into tho subject const of American responded 10 by AND HIS PROM rn S much fur thu bur iu now tn ui id n Ut thin Tins of ho is io um Hi nf all tlm Ii tu hy ot natural liy thn IB tllO Of lit 11 J IUI I1 tn nty mi oi ii I Hut 1 may say I 1 tun of which is dims mit in ot i is AIM IH Mint hitli would tULi tinn of country IH wo and lo ii of ii Tim of aro or wit Inn Ihu of ihu p i Krunt of cm hiw icui K Cut it Thn lawtn IIR IK nn witli uf must lauH imil hit ol lliin in mat til lubt Ut it 30 far ts pos i tho us if ijt Uu Tim thm not u 1 diu Intu ID I lit nil ar 1 jjj very am lint win h np 111 tin to laws 011 ol J Jow of li in und IK in this run nt i n din of estates in in find an m lJn mid Hilli front Irom Sliti yul tin I HID may in In a it is mil n IKI u ti pny by u not menu mcli tn u day nn wo from Ii son 11 wiil at thu uf certain if UIR Hvt tint HI no to luiw In valid ThuM but a nw nut fit many J con Id fit HH and now goad may do it urn to its oti of liu wus lie ho found Ihe 111 of tlie tii Mm of Kilun lit up witli petm Jn of ii of o if in Kn fin n io the I oust of 1 in ail He hy some from IIH ex pi nl Miu held in tho Uml norc und Uml could lietter limn mid wondered a He Dial thu not douc Ihc last our arid wus for tp Collie lie wus to Kny Unit thu ol find repudiation advo i aud in had H IH lack Of uml iur if she Kct into Jlc lo fity one Jov winch had carno to Iront GO aud to us how we do Ue wished to nay prominent men who iii up u basis for an waa no other man more prominent in Loon a letter from lie wrote from Wo about terminating at find thu on my return from in Tho will inout in thu of und ii wu this Jor at which irill bt Uio voices uf Ihu principal Ihu oi and it will bo Jor HID to tmi tho Kince the origin of the which bring closer two grnat ou tlm nf tli can wo ro in 1Vitnco jou iu America und On both wo aro eu iu known iu our and in our rout and of 11 Um of tto on ut on A hud been by twu u and uml uu the two authors would tuduy tx oi that nnd thu of Mid bad to Uo but bow the bund upil thu 1 wo in this iigo in wo hvo tiro to lay nf who t ho of of tho ar Iroin to mutual ad mi mil thoir Thuy said our urn hut poo plo culled to or Jn io or the French and who at thn Uth Kith wo havo franco and taken noto uf honest if you will in wo will about tho of TIIK STUT IN TIIK liN UNT TO tco small for antl aie lo n or soino foi the t last fie received with a slif hL uml tif im his wny to to ticie and with a auti Mich On platform forward witli MB pleasant smile uml AH tin lie is of blunt after Ihe of Imt wuro lie and is doubtful If hin style of bo as lie hin always in u j iti IHI Inis furly into n i or in i I lion lio is uml I In is Mv for by Ills I with wilh he fins vcr lift fails of the lv in dm a no hjH evening contrasted of iho latu Vales und of nt Liu one of lived a of the ot tlic oilier into ho catted by niH ntw und WUH pro Hint women It is Hinted that one pledges far Mundy explained lo the of American Union nt lust Mm Murphy ill inul to bo like und Wilsons ex 31 Mion told Ihe Unit iti it hud to us if be had on to without In reality lie to be und und Shaffer therefore strongly k not to and wrote to tho luiti Miu would try und which iu Mundy also had his Mundy accuses ShulTer of HO u he to that It amounted to falsifying it and priming to a reporter lie act ion of of the all arc withdrawing und have fo fo Ihe And in lo Mundy find tin others of the Ju a and bad set alio und Ive no aa lain in my and in the Murphy for lighting IK modic i mil inch harder I him tho Oti Thank the bjt tho opinion of Franco tho same day wo will o the tvo thn projected it to in tho of thu You of this but piy rom tp Hui my work I of No 1 would n r Ry hit thu that tho t and ot which you t LO listen lo mo with feelings of I wih the Appleton tlie following caole bo sent to wus done UU KUttiK Hoard at French our tar Initiative to extend com e lie for talking Mutt or was content if tie could got enough Timt was all that troubled HVO A MAX WITH A KUzn botti old jumper woman were by of on of lo and a were by Annie of he pirl fousin Uie ol a child re found four in uml Hml the child Mud iu ol find was time for an upon Annie I hut of tho They wore Iter had juj that Bhe Mien went tn live Die of Annie another Their 1atiiur uml mot tier were Lionhardt and canie Four years upo to was at id tic was at once over io who Hint time lived In on I he Kane in that the parents did wish ID wee A few af terwards Kane return cd with thu ml juj t and that site con hi cp It no UH Us appearance I her to wan very and Kane said i no it Jive more ti day or Annie ways that tier broMier took the child and ILon a bundle uf in a lay until When it wan to Uie body und lite cousin wan Mien nine years ot io wrap the hudy in a limn put it under IMK anil curried it ni ar the and West it was day by Jolm a track A ivan held over the but coult be learned il and ol from and want oi was Uml she did not dare in utt her brother hail kill her if Annio had ID com plaints before Kane entered the time and wat In the institution who lifts a son arrested at her bury was found by the constable at coal when lie H Two yearn ago lie was jimr to u girl named Katie The were littli to the or Annies und to that Bradbury alone is lo THJ JANUARY A PLAIN K WHAT TO DO In relation to tltc action o the city after the of payments by the of the of New waa yesterday asked Suppose J am a depositor and on January nfler for deposit m your hank fifty trade sil ver will they lie refused we would take them as a special deposit to lie paid In Trade by the would received at all except aa a special for they are not u legal How would it bo with lifty full coinage We Mould receive to be paid oIT iu Uie name How if I subsidiary silver coin We would uot take It at all to miuke Suppose I am a dealer and present a cheek for on January ami ask for gold ahull J gel H if iho Government How will Die dully banking in New York If from the banking in 7 It any It will bo fuel as it was only volume will be largely Arc the national banka likely to retire ono and billH after resumption If they ean help it not unless they aro com for they arc u very great it entirely upon the action of tho Government upon tlie Silver A IN SPECIAL DESPATCH THE November tire broke oat In Prison tu 7 oclock this It the and made such headway that at one it was feared that tho prison would he The tlie nro the Ire which was burned All Uie provisions and Kitchen rai ions were with the and dinner rations for How the live originated U a behaved ad and there waa no panic or unusual excite The Keepers were prepared to control the prisoners hi case of a serious CAROLINA A November ad arrests were made today of parties charged with offenses against the laws of the United States al recent a prominent who was charged specially with lu a letter of published In Northern began proceedings for WHAT THE CABLE BRINGS TO THE NEW WORLD TODAY THIS November Tlie of ml a hy die nnl Princo Uie lor test at by Andrew A i Ulcered and the Tlie of Lome ami Louise tool kuve of be of Wales at ten before departure of the and of Wales for The roval travel bv the und were in nl Liverpool nt ol tvill route Liverpool lo Die uit ol iKen for I tic viceregal inul final They will hero hreak und to the Town where nl all address bu to ills oy ihe corporation of Tue parly dimst to tin landing the and will em baiK on OH which ia to sail the they ouch on margin of thu Mil or and of their tint an will ilico The ar made at Liverpool for Iho ilie party are and Ihe will lie during Ilie left on the 1st ihe for and will rc ihe flic Tlie will DOI a fo of in lying In the presents a perfect ol people constantly my November iron inns of am have of their Intention 10 thu wastes of workmen two a week antl of un skilled one smiling tt week utter Novem ber Tlie at re solved to Uie hours in their estab This will work November A East In dian have liabilities are A storm of tional lor Uils of the year pi evails In the north and of antl November Hilton cotton spin to make a reduction of 5 per in lie of their oper who are out of are n in express at the ut tiie Til 1C has had a private with Uie Informed an mat he was tiie no new proposals that lie came to lo seine mine minor and the of the lo respect the to front says is slated that is earnestly the in UH to a loan to bo on the revenues of aud the surplus Tne at telegraphs HS follows From nil has It reports Count promotion from the London lor tlie present are un The idea of proposing an international charged to lite of the Berlin to be under contemplation in November despatch lo the Post from fays General lias to Tlie Vienna reports that Count will probably proceed to London by way of November replying lo 1111 address him by a deputation ot the Town Council of said titat lie 10 resume the of the He misled that stand criminal tendencies would be imitated by oilier The lie Is anil tn be Hie exiled Herman bishops in reply to ihe of ihe lo ilve their about Die have addressed a me lo a that all oui may be November The statement of the Ians that I Jerman de lo of the lias invited to m demanding from for setters uml j ners with any other ou account or ami tlie in no more than equality under sonio embodying tlie INDIAN discovery in India is described as follows Within an area of by lii miles ninety outcrops were discovered of auriferous from two to four feet trout a few pennyweights to son ounces per stone when tine und coarse scams and jogged pieces the slue of a In some reefs much of the stone will probably mil pay for Imt It is believed on tun a viry large and will be with tlie aid of capital and Is healthy antl pleasant for En nine of tlie but fevers prevail November oi Iho Chamber of Deputies have minced tin expenditure of tho next budget The for the army is 1 an Increase of The of Ihe budget were fixed by an agree tlie and the Minister ol Tlie Commission of tlie French Chamber of Deputies lias decided to recommend the unseat ing ol lale ol the TIIE AFGHAN November correspond ent ol tlie fait Malt Gazette telegraphs lo nul that the at has not been 1TJliHIGN November Eavl of in in November the Is she was a actress who lias of late attempted parts of a Higher ployed In this country with the Lj dia Thompson troupe and made it favorable In her line of During the last year or two she was connected with the Alhambra and the Folly in November Prince antl Princess of Wales have left the residence ol the and Duchess of Mouchy Princess for a visit to tne Princess or Sacan of tho Duke do and her the Kaymond and Francois du at the Chateau of November lady whom the Duke of Nemours Is to marry belongs to a Polish She is the Princess second daughter of the late and His wife torn a Princess Tho Princess Helen was born In but Is very youthful in her appearance and a great Shu is n niece by marriage of skis uad a cousin cl the Countess NOTES PROM A serious insurrection broken out in a district In against the lull a ti i seted by a Chilian corvette while loading he Strait of Magellan and taken to Puma Arc JOH November The fast will pnb an Interview with General the newly elected In which he is represented expressing Ids views unalterably in favor of hard and opinion that long before the Solid South and the Solid North will be He also says The la now as close a part of the Union as Is Xew Virginia has the same interest in the general prosperity of too country as and her representatives and tho representatives of the South will be found to be as active In support of all measures tending to the general good of all of tho country aa the gentlemen from Maine or
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