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more substantial way, an open port, through which General Sherman can draw all needed supplies for his men. The Weed-Opdyke libel suit. This celebrated libel suit, now progressing in New York, furnishes some rich matter for the papers there. the evidence of General Fremont, who was on the stand for several hours. Part of the libel, you will remember, was that Opdyke had extorted a large amount of Fremont's California mining stocks in consideration of aiding to make him a candidate for fornia; explained the embarrassments of the Mariposa estate, and admitted transferring twenty-five thousand shares to Messrs. Opdyke, Ketcham & Hoey in regular course of business. Hon. Thomas C. Fields, lawyer; Philip Tillinghast, commission merchant, and E. Brown, machinist, gave testimony touching Mr. Opdyke's gun factory, his charges to the city for property destroyed by the mob; but nothing especially new or interesting was developed, when the court adjourned till to-morrow. The