Newspaper of The New York Herald, May 2, 1873, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated May 2, 1873 Page 3
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*h6 Director of the Imperial and Royal Geological Institute of the Empire. The Director of tlie Imperial and Royal Central Institute lor Meteorology. The President oi the Cliamher of Commerce of the Archi tuuhy ot Austria under tu ? Buna. The Director of tlie Imperial an<t Royal Military Geographical institute. The Director of die Imperial and Royal Museum of Pine Ari? applied to Industry (I'aris 1867). (l) HIh Excell ney the Governor of the imperial and fteval National Hank oi Austria. Tne President ol the Central statistical Commis sion. The Rector of the Imperial and Royal University ?f Vienna. The Kcctor of the Imperial and Royal Polytech nical School of Vienna. The President of the Medical Society. The Preudent of the Association oi Foresters. Tl?e President of the Horticultural Society. The President oi the Geographical Society. Tbe President of the Corporation of Artists in Vienna. The President of the Society of Arts and Mann Hctures in Vienna. The President oi the Society of Arts and Manu factures in Sechshaus. The President of the Sooiety of Civil Engineers and Architects. The President of the Imperial Agricultural So ciety in Vienna. Tne President of the Musical Society. The President 01 the Photographlcal Society. Hie President ol the Association of Authors, "Concordia." The President of tne Zoological and Botanical Society. M. Lothair Abel, Architect. M. Rudolph Abel, Hortlculteur. Dr. Joseph Arenstein, Proprietor of Estates (Paris 1806, London 1862). Baron August de Babo, Director of the School for the Cultivation of Frulu and of the Vine at Kloa terneuburg. M. Emanuel Bachmayr, of the firm of Leopold Bachmayr, oi Vleuna. M. Henry Alfred Barb, Imperial and Royal Anlic Counsel lor, Director of the oriental Academy. Dr. Alexander Bauer. Imperial Royal Professor at the Poly technical School. Br. Henry Billing de Gemmen, Member of the Common Council ot Vienna. M. Euffcn Bontoux, General Manager of the Southern Hallway (Paris, 1867). Dr. Hugh Uractielli, Imperial Royal Professor at the Polytechnical School. Chevalier William de Braumtlller, Bookseller to the Court and University (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). Connt Arthur Bylandt-Rheidt, General and Presi dent ol the Technical and Administrative Military Committee. M. Leopold Bresson, General Director of the Aus trian State Railroad Company. Dr. Ernest Brticke, Imperial and Royal Anlic Counsellor and Professor at the University of Vienna. The Baron Adam de Burg, Imperial and Royal Aullc Counsellor, lormer Presideut of the Society of arts and Manufactures in Vienna (London, 1861, 188-2; Paris, 1856 and 1867). M. Heint lch Calice, Consul General. The Chevalier Martin de Cassian, Manager of the Steam Navigation Company ol the Danube. M. Alois Czodik de BrUndelsberg, Imperial and Royal chief of Section A, D and Director of tne Academy ot Commerce of Vienna. M. Franz Charvat, Chief of Sections and Minister ?r Commerce. M. Rudolph Ditmar, Manufacturer (London, 1862). The Baron Antony de Doblholf Dier, Proprietor ?f Estates (Parts, 1867). M. Charles Draclialer, Manufacturer (Paris, 1867). The ChevaBer de Drasche-Wat tlmberg, proprie tor of Estates (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). M. Anton Dreher, Proprietor. M. Nicholas Dumba, Merchant. The Baron Maurice Ebner de Eschenbach, Gen oral, Chief of the Engineer Corps of the Headquar ters In Vienna (London, 186*2; Paris, 1867). The Chevalier de Elchler-Elchkron, Imperial and Royal Anlic Counsellor and General Inspector of the Northern Railway. His Excellency Baron Joseph of Tlchhoff, Privy Counsellor. 1L Conrad Frederic Ehrbar, Manufacturer (Lon don, 1862; Paris, 1807). The Chevalier William de Ehgerth. Imperial and Royal Aullc Counsellor and Deputy General Mana ger of the State Railway (Paris, 1866, 1867; London, 1862). The Chevalier Gustav, of Epstein, Banker. M. William F. Exner, Imperial Royal Prolessor (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). M. Maurice Faber, President of tne Association ?f Brewers (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). M. L. C. Falk, Director ot the Spinning Mill at Vflclau (London, 1851, 1862; Paris, 1855,1867). M. Jacob Falke, Counsellor oi the Government, Deputy Director of the Austrian Museum (Paris, 1867). M. Eduard Fenzle, Counsellor of the Regency. The Chevalier Henry de Ferstel, Professor (Lon don, 1862; Paris, 1867). Dr. Adoiphus Picker, Imperial and Royal Coun sellor at the Ministry of Public Instruction (Lon don, 1862; Paris. 1867). M. Angust FOlsch, Engineer. M. August von Pligely, Lieutenant Field Mar M. Frederick Friedlttnder, Painter (Paris 1867). M. Maximilian Frledmann, Manufacturer and Member of the Common Council of Vienna. The Baron Maximilian de Gagern, Imperial and Royal Anlic Counsellor at the Ministry of Foreign M. Joseph Sasser, Sculptor. M. Friedrich Gerold, Book Publisher. M. Charles Giani, Manufacturer (London, 1861; Parts 1867). M. Johann Gfigl, Importer of Spices. The Chevalier Moriz, of Goldscumidt, Director of the Kaiser-Ferdinands Northern Railroad. JL Max Gomperz, Manufacturer. M. Rudolph Grlmus, Chevalier de Grimbnrg. Im perial Royal Professor at the Polytechnical School (London, 1862). M. Joseph Gunkel, Tailor (Paris, 1865; London 1882). The Chevalier Edward de Hass, Manufacturer (London, 1851,1862; Paris 1H.15, 1867). Dr. Edward Hanslik, Imperial Royal Professor at the University (London, 1862; Paris 1867). M. Antony Harpke, Manufacturer (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). M. George Hartl, Manufacturer (Parts, 1866; Lon don, 1862). M. Charles Hasenaner, Architect (Paris, 1867). The Baron Joseph, ofllaerdll. The Chevalier Theophil, of Hansen, of the Im perial Building Council. . M. Ludwig Hartmann, Master of the Turners' Company. The Chevalier Franz of Hanslab, Master of Ord nance. M. Johann Tlerbeck, First Chaplain and Director of the Imperial Opera. His Excellency Dr. Edward Herost, Priory Coun sel lor. Dr. Joseph nerr, Imperial Royal Professor at the Polytecnical School. M. Julius Hlrsch, Author (Parts, 1867). M. Charles flochstetter, Manufacturer (London, 1882; Paris, 1867). . His Excellency M. Leopold Frederic de Holmann, Privy Counsellor and chiel of Section at the Minis try for Foreign Affairs. The Chevalier Francis de Hopfen, President of the CrCdit Foncler, in Vienna. M. otto Hornbostel, Manufacturer (London, 1851 and 1862; Parts, 1856). The Chevalier Theodor de Hornbostel, Director ?f the Credit Mobilier in Vienna (London, 1861; Paris 1865). x The Connt Ernest de Hoyos-Sprinzenstein, Pro prietor of Estates (London, 1862). Dr. Joseph Hyrtl, Aullc Counsellor and Professor ?t tbe University (London, 18?2; Paris, 1867). M. R. Isbary, Manufacturer (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). M. Samuel Jagermayer, Merchant and Director ?f the First Austrian Savings Bauk (Paris, 1856). M. Charles Jenny, Imperial Royal Professor at the Polytechnical School of Vienna. M. William Jesse, ?Administrator of the Estates of His Imperial Highness the Archduke Albrccht (Lon don, 1861, 1862; Paris, 1K56, 1867). The Chevalier Charles de Kcisslcr, Manager of the Western Railway. The Chevalier Moriz of Kanlgswarter, Banker and Danish Consul General M. Wilhelm Koibt>nstelner, Chief of Section st the Imperial Miuistry of Commerce. M. Albert Klein de Wiesenberg, proprietor of Iron works (London, 1861, 1862; Paris. 1865, 18671. ? ML A,"Jf,.18^?iS{eiD, Manufacturer (London, 1862; ? ArlH| 1 nb7). M. William Kraft, Manufacturer (London, 1862) Chevalier Alfred de Krcmer, Imperial and Koval Anlic Counsellor. The Baron Max de KUbeck,proprietor of Estates. M. August KUfferle, Manufacturer (London. 1862: Paris. 1K67). ' M. Karl Kundmann. Sculptor. M. Ferdinand Lauioerger, Artiste Painter. Chevalier Frederic de Lettenberger, Manufac ffccturcr (London, 1861 and 1862; Paris, is66 and 1867). The Baron John de Llebig, Manufacturer (Lon don, 1861, 1862: i'aris, 1856, 1M67). M. Lewis Lobmeyr, Manufacturer (London, 1862; Paris. 1867). The Chevalier Maurice de Ltthr, Counsellor at the Ministry of Interior (London, 1862). The Baron Arthur de Lflwenthal. Member of tne Common Council of Vienna (London, M. Charles Marzl, Merchant in Vienna. M. Jacob Manner, Manuiacttirer. M. Michael Matscheko, Chemist and Manufacturer. The Chevalier Henry de Maurer, proprietor ol Estates (London, 1862: Paris, 1867). Dr. Cajetan Baron Mayrau, Director of the Credit Mohllter in Vienna. The Chevalier i?r, Franz Cari of Mavrhofcr, Presi dent oi the Directors of the Credit Bunk for Tra<?e and Commerce. II. Achilles Mdin go. Member of the Common Council of Vienna (Loudon, is62; I'aris, 1867). . M- '?run? ls Mayr, Chevulier de Melnhof, Proprie tor of Estates (Loudon. 18?2; Paris, 18H7). *>-..!!! ?.C,T lhe FrAnz of Mercandin. 2v?.Z????? an<' l>r?8l?leut of the Imperial Comptroller's Department. His Serene Illgimess Prince Richard of Metter nich-tt .?.nenhurg. The Chevalier Georg of Mnlboslch, Contre-Adml m , ?e(^evaller Alobi of Moser, Chief of Section in lhe Ministry oi Finance. M. Alexander de Niidosy, Imperial and Rnrii Oene'iti and Chamlierlaln. 1 y,i M. JiMiann Newald, Director of the Forest Acade my at L'arlabrunn. M. Joseph Neuwlrfh, .Author. M. Josep.l Nikola, Member si the Common Coun cil of Vleun&* M. William de Nflrtlllng, Aulic Counsellor at the Ministry of commerce (Railway Department) (I aria, 1867). ? M. Leopold C. Paffrath, Member of the Common Council ol Vienna. M. Charles Hair. Manufacturer. Mm Excellency M. lgnac dc Plener, Privy Coun sellor. late Minister of Commerce ahd Finance. M. Maurice Pullak, ManuiactuTer, Member ot the Common Council 01 Vienna (Loutfon, 18C-; Paris, 1967) M. Anton Pellkan von Plancnwald, Vice Presi dent of tue imperial Finance Department of Lower A untria Ur. Jacob Pollaic, Physician In Ordinary to His Majesty tue Shah ol Persia. L-wis Pottainger, Baron de Choborskl, Chief of Section at the Ministry ot Agriculture. M. Prana Kaucli, Court Garden Inspector. M. Franz de Raymond, Aulic Counsellor and Di rector or the Chancery of the Grand Stewardship ol the Court. M. l.udwig Relthoffer, Manufacturer. M. John ltibarz, Ranker, Deputy Governor of the Natiousl Bank. The Chevalier Peter de Rittlnger, Counsellor at the Ministry of Finance (Paris, im>"). M. Enill Rodek, Manuiacturer and Merchant (London, 1*62; Parts, 1867). Dr. Fried rich Moris Rflll, Director of Studies at the Imperial Military Veterinary Institute. Chevalier Joseph dc Romako, hirst shipbuilding Engineer, shipbuilding Inspector and President of Division In the Section for Marine at the Ministry of War of the Empire. The Chevalier Frederic de Rosenberg, Manufac turer and Merchant (Loudon, 1862). The Baron Anselm de Kotlischild, Banker and Proprietor ol Iron Works (London, 1862; Paris, 1866 and 1867). M. Philipp Schmidt, Court Table Maker. M. Robert Schlumberger, Proprietor of Estates (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). M H. D. Schmid, Manufacturer (London, 1861 and 1862; Paris, 1866 and 1867). M. Frauds Schmid, Manufacturer at Rechberg (London, 1861,1862; Paris, 1866, 18671. The Chevalier Julius scbrftckinger, Chief of Sec tion at the Ministry or Agriculture. M. August Schneider. Jr., Merchant (Paris, 1867). The Chevalier Anton Schrrttter de krlstclU, Im perial and lioval Aoilc Counsellor, Director of the Mint and General Secretary of the Academy of Science (London, 1861,1862; Paris, 1866, 1867). His Grace the Prince Adalph Joseph dc sohwar senberg, Proprietor of Estates (London, 1861,1862; Paris, 1866, 1807). . The Chevalier Joseph of Schwegel, Austro-llun garlau Consul General. M. Emil Seybel, Manufacturer (Paris, 1856, 1867; and London, 1861,1862). M. Gerge Slgl, Manufacturer (Paris 1867). His Excellency the Chevalier Simon, of Sina, of Ilodos and KJzdla, Privy Counsellor. The Chevalier Max, of Springer, Banker. The Chevalier Fried rich Schey, of Koromda, Pres ident of the Privileged Empress Elisabeth Kailroad. Dr. Ferdinand Stamm, Proprietor of Mines (Lon don, 1862; Paris, 1867). M. Adolphus strehblow, Manufacturer of Leather Goods. The Chevalier Francis de Strelcher, Imperial and Royal Aulic Counsellor and Director of the Admin istration of the Estates of the Imperial and Royal Faintly. M. Frederic Suess, Manufacturer (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). M. Theodor Theyer, Merchant (London, 1862; Paris, 1867). The Chevalier Moriz of Todisco, Banker. M. Edward Chi, Member of the Common Conncil of Vienna, M. Frlcdrtoh Uhl, Counsellor of the Regency and Hditor-in-Chtef of the Wiener Zeitung. M. Roman Uhl, Baker to the Court (Paris, 1867). The Chevalier Francis de Uchatlus, Colonel of the Imperial and Royal Artillery. M. Charles Vaugoln, Member of the Common Council. The Chevalier Johann Vesque von Ptlttlingen, Chief of Section. M. Adoiph Vetter, Court Garden Inspector at the SchOnbrunn Palace. The Baron Max Maria de Weber, Counsellor at the Ministry of Commerce (Railway Department). Haron August de Wehli, Chief or Section at the Ministry of the Interior and Vice President of the Commission for the Regulation of the Danube. The Baron Francis de Wertheim, Manufacturer (London, 1861,1862; Paris, 1866, 1867). The Count Clement de Westphalen, Proprietor of Farms. M. Gustave Wex, Aulic Counsellor and Chier of the Technical Oftloe or the Commission for the Reg ulation of the Danube. The Chevalier Otto de Wiedenfeid, Chief of Sec tion at the Ministry of Commerce. The Chevalier Bouard Wiener Von Welten, Portu guese Consul General. M. Martin Bilckens, Rector der Hochschule ftlr Bodencultur. M. Hans Grafen Wilezek, Importer. The Baron Maurice de Wodianer, Banker (London, 1862; Pans, l?oo. 1867). His Excellency Count Rudolph de Wrbna-Freud enthal, Proprietor of Estates (Paris, 1867). M. LuUwlg Zamarskl, Imperial Book Printer. His Excellency the Count Edmund de Zichi (Paris, 1867). His Excellency the Count Henry de Zichi (Lon don, 1802; Paris, 1856, 1867). The Chevalier Charles de Zlmmermann-Gdllhclm (London 1862; Paris, 1856,1667). M. Victor Zimmermann, Manufacturer (London, 1861, 18R2; Parts, 1855, 1867). General Manager?ills Excellency the Baron Wil liam de Schwarz-Senborn, Privy Counsellor of His Imperial and Royal Majesty, Deputy Consul General in Paris, late Chief commlssloder of the Imperial and Royal Government at the Universal Exhibi tions in London 1851 and 1862 and Paris 1865. fl) The appositions"Loudon, 1851, 1861;" "Paris. 1805, 1867," point out that the respective persons have taken Ran In former International Exhibitions as members ol le Commission, or as Jurors, Dfelrgurs, Reporters, Ex hibitors, Ac. FOREIGN COMI8SHMIER8. America?United States. Commissioner General ?General Thomas Van Bmren EwaULve Commtesionere ? General William Mayer, Assistant, New York; I)r. Anthony Kap paner, New York; Hon. Tbomas McElrath, New York; Mr. Robert Sargent, New York; Mr. A. E. Stlasny. New York: Mr. William M. T. Round, Massachusetts; Hon. Clayton McMlchael, Pennsyl vania; Mr. Lewis Seasongood, Ohio; Hon. H. Gar ret tson, Ohio; Mr. Q. S. Blodgett, Vermont; Mr. Edward Gottheil, Loualuna; Mr. Isaac Cook, of Missouri. TBS NEW COMMISSIONIRS. Owing to alleged irregularities in the appoint ment of several of the foregoing members, they have been suspended and the following gentlemen sub. stituted:?Messrs. Spang, of Pittsburg; Legraud P. Cannon, Theodore Roosevelt and Jackson S. Schultz. Adrixory Committee of Citizens?Chairman. Hon. Samuel B. Ruggies; Secretary, Professor Charles A. Joy, Columbia College. nmui>. Clau. A a me. 1. Mining Professor Win. P. Blake, 2. Agriculture Mr. H. W. Sargent 3. Chemistry Professor C. K. Chandler. 4. Food Professor E. N. Hurstord. ft Textile Fabrics Dr. Isador Walz. 6. Leather Mr. Jackaon H. Kcholtz. 7. Iron and Steel Mr. AhramS. Hewitt M. Wood Industry Mr. George B. Harney. 9. lilawand Pottery Professor T. Hte.rrr Hunt ll). Jewelry Mr. Charles L. Tiffany. It. Paper Mr. Alexander H. Kiee. 12. Engraving Mr. John h. Uavitt 13. Machinery Prolessor R. H Thurston. 14. Philosophical Inntruments.Dr. F. A. P. Barnard. 15. Mimical instruments Mr. Theodore Thomas. 16. War Material* General (j. A. Olllmore. 17 Naval Materials Mr. Isaac Newton. IS. hiiginrerti.g Mr. William K. Worthed. 19. Model Dwelling* Mr. Calvert Vaax. 20 Farm Buildings Mr. Orestes Cleveland. 21. Domestic Industry Mr. Salem H. Wales. 22 Museums tor the People? Mr. lloward Potter. *<. Religious Art Dr. Uenry C. Potter. 24. Loan Collection* ..Mr. John Taylor Johnston. 2ft Fine Art* President Academy Design. 2t>. Education Mr. Hooper C. Van Vurrt. Additional Groups. land2. Inventions Proftasor 9. D. Tillman. 3 and 4. Ch'rlt'ble institutions. Mr. Charle* l? Brace ft Commerce Mr. Hainuel H. Buggies. f. Geographical and Trade statistic* Mr. Francis A Btout The following persons were appointed by the President to attend the Exhibition, under the joint resolution of Congress, approved February u, 1878:? Artisnns?N. M. Lowe, Massachusetts; Charles Davis, Pennsylvania; Joseph V. Meigs, Mass achusetts; it B. Lines, District of Columbia; John R. Nurnsec, Maryland; Lewis J. IIlntoD, New York; Lyinan Bridge, Illinois; George A. Stanberry, Ohio. Srwtalflc Men? E. N. Uorstord, of Massachusetts; J. Lawrence Smith, of Kentucky; Lewis M. Ruther ford, of New York; Peter Collier, of Vermont: K. H. Thurston, of New Jersey; L. J. Boech, of Vir ginia, and John A. Warder, or Ohio. Honorary Commissioner*?J. Dnwson Coleman, of Pennsylvania; Thomas Nast, of New Jersey; Dr. J. W. Hoyt. of Wisconsin; J. H. Speed and Frank Draxeler, of Alabama; A. M. Donald, of Arkansas; , !?c?. !,ewman, of California; George W. Parker, J. K. kllbourne, Joseph Plant and E. S. Wheeler, of Connecticut; w. c. blhb and Edwin D. Newton,of Georgia; J. M. Oregory, Allen W. Stolp and Charles Deese. of Illinois; Jesse s. Brown and A. Ilailweg, of Indiana; James a. Williamson, A. P. Hofer, G. T. Carpenter and Samuel F. Cooper, of Iowa; Henry Harstedt, or Kansas; C. F. Carpenter, ol Kentucky; l-rank Morey and Henry Vlirnaud, of Louisiana; J. hdwln snerman, of Maine; W. T. Walters, ol Maryland; J. D. Phiibrlck. kelson L. Derby, L. F. Me lien, Henry Marion Howe, I>. A. Goddard and Louis Weisbeln. of Massachusetts: James Blruey and Henry C. Lewis, of Michigan; Colonel hdward F. Jones and Augustus Senlngo, .,f Mississippi; II. C. Crevelling, 0. H. ?ocli and Charles A. smith, el Missouri; H. J. Winner, John E. Van Winkle, John Duncan and G. DoWitt or New Jersey; Professor On vies, George Sauer, L. W. Rogers, William G. Gnnn^ll, J. Tl. hnerwood, Francis A. Stout, George w. hiIcox, R. Raymond, Jackson s. Schultz, Douglas Taylor and George Tliuiber, of New York: W. c. Kerr, of North Carolina; Montgomery Fhlster, o. O. Leo pold, Freeman ihorpe and (J. Mendelhall, of Ohio; Charles E. Smith, of Oregon; Howard Fainter, Thomas ileavcr. John Sliliui, Henry D. Moore, liavld Brooks. Joseph Wharton, J. Mliliken and Charles M. Nes, of Pennsylvania; Kllslia Dyer, of Rhode leimid; Samuel late and L. J. inipre, of Tennessee; c. ?. Mori ill and Levi K. Fuller, or Vermont: Moses P. IliU'dv, of Virginia; J. 11. DeaaDebar, of West Vienna: George Smailcy, 1. Ku swell Young, Houjamni K. Wlnthrop. Charles K. Tnckerman and Dr. Thomas Buckler, at large; B. M. Hamilton, -or Colorado; Hklmril K. Kvans, KichurU I). Cutis, David Kdes, Joseph K.nthoiiee aud Arthur II. Brown, or the District 01 Columbia; James M. Kuvauu^h. 01 Montana; Adolph Gutt man, of New Mexico. California is represented by a special committee, with Professor Daniel C. Gillinan an Obutrman. The New Eugland states are aiso specially repre sented at Vienna. % * Belgium. Belgium is represented by Baron T. Klnt de Roodeubcke (Senator), as Chief of the Commission; Mr. Jannssens, Royal Architect; Mr. J. Leciero as General Superintendent of the Belgian Depart ment. _ Brazil. Brazil will be well represented, though the space devoted to that country Is comparatively small. The loliowlng is the Imperial Vommlssion President?Prince August, of Saxe-Coburg-Getha. commissioners General?Baron de Porto Seguro, Minister oi the Empire at the Conrt of Vienna; M. Manuel de Arango Port Alegre, Brazilian Consul General at Lisbon, Portugal; Baron de Kivac; Caron de Carapebus, Chamberlain to the Empress at Bio. Germany. President of tTw Exhibition Commission?High Privy Counsellor and Ministerial Director, Herr Mower. Architect? Herr Klymann. COMMISSION RKS. Baden? Ministerial Counsellor Carl Turban. Bavaria^-Minister of the Interior Von Pfcufer. Bremen?Heinrich Claussen, Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce. Elsas*-LoUtnngen?\on Sybel. Hamburg?Herr Johannes (Senator). Hesse?Finance Minister Schleirmaclier. bubeck?Senator Kuienkamp. Mecklenherg-fkhtoerin? Dr. Dlppe. Meclcienberg-stretUx?Dr. Kamtnerherr von Peteradorf. Oldenburg?Minister or the Interior Baron C. H. E. de Berg. ?Saxony?-Chief of the Third Scctlon of the Depart ment of the Interior and Privy Counsellor Baron Welnlig. Saxe Metnlngen?Privy Counsellor A. O. Glseke, Secretary of the Interior. Saxe- Weimar?Vlsenach?Dr. SchOnburg. Wurtemberg?Dr. Von Steinhels. There are also other special representatives, in cluding Dr. Hermann Wedding and Dr. Hugo Thlel, of Berlin; Counsellor and Dr. M. Wlessner, lrom Dresden: Dr. Ralmund Schramm, from Strasbourg, and Dr. +'ink, from Mayence, Ac., Ac. Greece. Commissioner General?Professor Jean A. Soutzo. Assistant Com missioners? M. M. Mau.solos, Chief of Section at the Ministry of Interior; Orphandes, Professor In the University at Athens; Boujunska, Captain of Engineers and Inspector of Miues, and the Chevalier de Maxta, Greek Consul General at Vienna. Great Britain. Great Britain Is represented by His Royal High ness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, as honorary Commissioner General, while the duties of the office fall upon Sir Andrew Buchanan, Mr. Cunllffe Owen and a lull special commission. Italy. According to a royal decree, issued from the palace of the King Victor Emmanuel, the Commis sion to represent Italy is as follows:? President?Ht. Wlmpffen, of the Department of Agriculture. ft? Executive Commissioner*?Messrs. R. de Cipolla, Engineer; R. de Codazza, Director of the Industrial Museum at Turin, Professor Massinl; K. de Poz/.o lml, State Major and Attach^ of the Italian Lega tion at Vienna, and R. de Slemoni, Inspector Gen eral of Forests. Honorary Members? His Highness Prince Baldas, sare Odelscalchl, Count Lovatclll, Count l'andolflni Count Boromeo and M. K. de Bigami. Municipal Representation?Ew.h large city In the Kingdom has its special committee and geueral director. Japan. The Commission nominated by the Mikado con sists of:? PresidentsArisogawa, Commander-in-chief of the Imperial Army. vice i residents?Okuma, Prime Minister; Shlhon sawa, Minister of Finance; Yamo, Minister of Pub lic Works; Sano, Chief Secretary, and Matchida, Inspector of Schools. European Commission?President?His Excel lency the Connt d'Ostianl. Vice President?M. Dohmen. Secretary?Mr. M. P. Kempcrman. Members? Dr. Wagner, Professor or Mathematics atJeddo; E. de Bavler, Jr.: C. Kramer, botanist, and H. dc Siebold. Netherlands. The Netherlands chief representative is M. Van Oordt, wno, with M. J. B. de Bordes, State Engi neer, will take charge of the department allotted to the country. A special commission, represent ing the varioas commercial and manufacturing in terests, Is present also. Portugal. Commissioner General?M. Fradesso de Silveira. Members? M. Edward Wiener; M. de Welten, Portuguese Consul at Vienna; Baron de Santos; the Chevalier Jean: M. de Magalhus, Engineer; the Viscount de Vlllar-Allen; the Viscount dc Bon Vista, of Renalconior. Special Employes?M. Ferrelra de Sllva, having charge of the arranging of the collections; M. M. A. Pinto Leal, Superintendent and Accountant; M. J. F. de Costa Kamos, having charge of the techni cal section of exhibits; M. J. de Sllva, charged with the "installations." Persia. Although Persia cannot be said to have a formal commission,Bhe is nevertheless as ably represented at the great World's Fair as most or the European Powers. In addition to the individuals now in stalled in Vienna, the great head of the nation will shortly be in attendance. The Mrnuie Russe states that the Shah will arrive In Moscow on or about the 6th inst., expecting to be in St. Petersburg on the 8th of May, whence he will come to Vienna. The Schahynschah (King of Kings) will be accom panied by a brilliant suite, consisting of the Minis, terof War, Prince NaYbos Seltenet; Chief of the Army, Klrouz-Murza; Prince All-Koaii-MIrza, Min ister of Commerce, Director of Manufactures and Mines and Supervisor of Printing and Telegraphy; Mirza Youssof, of the Finance Department, Grand Master of the Wardrobe, Director of Customs and Chierofthe Royal Stables; Gholam-Hossein-Khan, Minister of Justice; Doust-Ali-Khan, Comptroller General of Plnance and Director of the Royal Mint; Pacha-Khan, Privy Counsellor; Mohammed Nasslr Khan, Grand Master of Ceremonies; the Chancel lor, Grand Chamberlain, eight dignitaries of the Conrt, two subordinate masters of ceremony, two private secretaries; Nasser-ed-Dln will also be ac companied by a small force of the Royal body guard, under the command or tho General-ln-Cblef in person, and about fifty servants or various .grades. The Persian Minister at St. Petersburg, Mirza-Abdourrakhlm-Khan, and the Secretaire Droginan of the Legation, Mirza Davoud, will meet the royal party at Rescht, on the Caspian Sea. Colonel Kavaline, an attache of the Department of Public Works at St. Petersburg, will act as courrier en voyage. His Imperial Highness the Persian Prince Rlsakooll-Mirza, aide-de-camp to tbe Em peror of Russia and consin-gcrman to the Shah, will probably travel with tho latter; he will await the arrival of tho Oriental travellers at Moscow on on behalf of his Imperial master. RonmsnU. Gregor Bengescn has been named Commissioner General for this state at the Vienna Exhibition. Russia. 1. Central Commission of the Empire, under tbe direction of the Minister of Flnancc. /resident?The Privy Councillor Bontowsky, Di rector of the Department of Coinmercc and Manu factures. Members?For the Ministry of the Court. Lienten ant'Gcneral Sokolovski, member of the Cabinet of his Majesty the Emperor. The I'rlvy Councillor Kamenew, member of the Cabinet ol His Majesty the Emperor. For the Ministry of Foreign Affairs?The Acting Prlvv Councillor of State Demiriow, Vice Director ol the Department ot the Interior. For the Ministry oi the Crown Lands?'Tho Acting Councillor of state Aclitsepklne, Inspector of Ag riculture, and the Councillor of tho University Solsky, Director of the Agricultural Museum ol St. Petersburg. Kor the Ministry of Finance?The Privy Coun cillor Kachette, Director of the Department of Mines. Tho Acting Counsellor of Stale Kobeko, Director of the General I'.urcau of the Ministry. The Acting Councillor ol state Krmakow, Vice Director of the Department of Coiumeicc and Man ultictures. The councillor of state Baer, Chief of Section In the Department of Commerce and Manufactures. Tlia Councillor of state Popow, Chlei ol section in the Department of * ustoms. General Commissioner?The Acting Councillor of State, l?e Blelsky, Member of the Commission. Attaeitr to the General Comuilrwon, Mr. William stieii'el, correspondent ol the council ol Manufac tures Ardtiteit?iiT. Fontuna. AuxUtuiti I'vitiiti fi"f (a) The \uxiliarv Committee of Mos? w?Vrr* dt'itt, the Acting Councillor oi state, V ictor Hon | touxky ( CoinuiixKloucrsi. (I.) The Auxiliary Committee ol Warsaw?Presi tlent, Mr. Caumlr woida (eighteen ComuilMiouers), <<?) The Auxiliary Committee of Odessa? Presi dent, the l'riace Dabya, Chamberlain (eitfht Com mJaaioners). jell T lie Auxiliary Committee ol Ktew?Preju | dent, M. Selutaki, Marshal ol the Nobility (live Coui ?Uamoners). (?) The Auxiliary Committee of Riga?Prem. dent, Councillor de NageuteiHler (three Commis sioners). (J) The Auxiliary Commi'tee of Helsingfors? PreHidcnt, Mr. Bremer, Vicc intendaut (tour Com missioners). <q) The Auxiliary Committee of Arenburg ? President, General Balliowzek (five Commission ers). (ht The Auxiliary Committee of Irkontsk?Presi dent, General Sinelulkow. ft, The Auxiliary Committee of Tidis?President, General Astallew (nine Commissioners). Sweden. The King is President of the Commission (Oscar II. having been first appointed to the honorary po sition it now falls to his successor). Commissioner General?General Von Dardel. Architect?M. Jacot^ea. Members? M. Kaininerjunker, M. Theodore Odel berg, Professor Richard Ockermami and Mr. P. R. Arbo. The latter has charge of the works of art. Switzerland. Commissioner General?Colonel Relter, of Wtn terthnr. Secretary?M. Glauzmann, of Luzerne. Spain. President of the Cotnmisgton?Bon Augustln P&BCtml. Vu-e President?Don JosC castroy Serrano. First Secretary? Don Francisco Divis. Seixm/t SetreUirv?tion C. Heuet. Agricultural section? Don Emillo Santos. Spain also sends a numerous delegation, headed by Seilor Don Mauuel de la Concha. Turkey. The Imperial Ottoman Commission is thus represented commissioner General?flamdy Bey, introducer or ambassadors. Members of the Commission. Colonel Fayk Bey (G. Delia Sudda); Colonel Dr. Abdullah Bey; Mr. Secfelder and Moutaui EtTendl; Chief Accountant, Hadji Rassim Kirendl; Secretary, Edward Bey Alexaulan; Attache, Bedros Kffeudi Iskenderlan. IKTEBMTIOHL C0H1HI88I0N OF JURORS. The following gentlemen have been appointed as international jurors to award the prizes to exhibit ors:? General Commissioners to the Government ana Chief Advisers?M. du Sommerard, of Paris, and M. Ozcnne. Members of the Commission. Gronp L The Marquis de Talliouet and M. Desell llgny. Group II. MM. Drouyn de Lhuys and Leftbvrc de Sainte-Maire, Baron Alphonse Rothschild and MM. Boutarel, Bousslnganlt, Le l'ante, Molle and Tlf ferant. Gronp III. MM. Wurz, Sainte-Olalre, Devillo and Chirirs. Group IV. MM. Dronin lioucherot, Tesslonmfere, Groult and Arnaud-Jeauti fils. Group V. MM. Seydoux, C'ordier, Demar, Dau phiuot, Natalia Rondot, Louvet, CariUlau and Aubry. Group VI. M. Bouette. Group VII. MM. Dcni&re, Rouvlnat and Gastlne Benette. Group VIIL Count d'Osraoy. Group IX. MM. de Luynes and Amil Girard. Group X. M. Duvelleroy. Group XI. M. Becoulet. Group XII. MM. Wolowskl and Masson. Group XIII.* MM. Feray, Schneider and Khrler. Group XIV. MM. Ambrolse, Tardleu and Breguet. Group XV. Count CUambrun. Group XVI. General Baron ('ha bauil I.a Tour, Group XVII. Vice Admiral Paris. Group XVIII. MM. Klcitz aud Lesuel. Group XIX. M. Due. Group XX. M. Lefftbvre. Group XXI. M. Roudelet. Group XXUL M. Boeswllwald. Group XXV. MM. Bitot, Meissonnier, Gerome Gll laume and Viscount. Delaborde, Baron Soubeyran and Mlcbaux. Group XXVI. M. I^vasseur and Baroo KOnigs warter. JURORS APPOINTED HI THE IfflPERIAL connissioi. The following special jurors have been appointed at the Instance of the Royal and Imperial Commis sion, all being members of scientific aid commer cial. societies and professors of colleges or high schools in Austria and Hungary:? MINING AND METALLURGY. The Chevalier Peter of Turmer; Auirnst Trey; Chevalier Dr. Ferdinand of Hoclisietter; Chevalier Franz of Haner. AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY. Karl Adametz, Baron von Washington, P. Mick litz. Dr. Joseph Arenstein, the liaron Charles of Klelmauseyl, the Baron A. of Bubo, Dr. Kdward Feuzl, Herr Tomes, M. Joseph Thomas and Gustav Edler von Marenzoller. CHEMICAL INDUSTRY. Dr. Alexander Bauer, Prolessor of Chemistry; Dr. Henry Hlaslwetz and MM. Michael Martscheko and Emit Se.vbel. ARTICLES OF POOD A8 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS. Anton (Jernsmer, Morlz Kaber (in place of the Chevalier Karl F. von Mantner), Theodore A. I. Romer, Julius Robert, Robert Schlumberger, Franz Schmjd, Roman Chi, Wllhelm Raschauer, Karl Warhenck, V. Luxardo, the Baron Oeorge of Plen ker and Dr. Julius Wicsner. TEXTILE FABRICS. C. L. Falk, C. OflVrmann, the Chevalier Franz of Schmidt, Carl Luther, Johann Garber. Jr.. Karl Imar^l. Kruno von Hennebern, August Klrselle, Dr. Frederick Llppman, Otto Horni>osted, Max Gorn gsrry, Rudolnh Isbary, J. X. spannrupt, Krun/, ayatl, Aton Harpke, C. Drachier, Karl Zimmer manu. Chevalier von Gollhuim, Karl Giani, Peter Ilubik, Max Strasmy, Joseph Ounkel, Sr., Alfred Frunkel, Chevalier Howards von Haas, Ignaz Orth mann, Hlenolch Backs and the Chevalier Frederick von Llttenberger, LEATHER AND INDIA RI!)BEE lNDl'STRY. Frledrlcd Saess, Ludwlg ReithotTer, Isldor Schenk and Hermann (ichardus. METAL INDUSTRY. Baron Wertheim. R. Ph. Waagner, AugustSchae nart, F. W. Haardt, Richard Reuter, R. Dittniar, Joseph Matzenauer, Joseph Werndl, Oswald Mach anek, Max Mauthner (or Michael Goldschmidt A Sou's) and Jacob Palke. WOOD 1NDOKTRY. Dr. W. F. Exner, M. Joseph Thonet, Joseph Dasa tiel, Ixsopold Groiuann, Karl Lelstler and Julius Dtiriel. STONK, EARTHKNWARK AND GLASS INDUSTRY. Dr. Edward Schmidt, Dr. fcinll Serrtch, Alois Ilauser aud Ludwig Lobiuayr. HARDWARE INDUSTRY. Alois Maver. Adotph Strchblow, Ferdinand Lanf berger, Albert Ludwlg, Alois Uannuoch, Theodor Theycr. PAPER INDUSTRY. Morlz von Arth and Ignaz Nagei. UKAI'llICAI. ARTH. Achilles Elder v?n Mclings, Anton J. Beck, Qustav Schestag, Edward Sieger. MACHINERY. Chevalier Wllhelm von Kngerth, Counsellor; C. Pfaff, Dr. Ignaz Heger, Jacob LohRer and the Cheva lier von Griinburg. SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS. Dr. Joseph Herr and Wllhelm Kraft. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. Dr. Edward Hanslik and Emll Dessoir. ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING. Her otta von Altvatter, Engineer, and Albert von Ulcln, Building Contractor. PLAUTIO ART. Professor Frederick Schmidt, Chevalier Ileln rlch Von Korstel, Professor ami Architect; Cheva lier Theophll Von Hansen, Professor, and Pro lessor August Kisenmenger. EDUCATION AND MENTAL CULTIVATION. Alois Czedlk Von Brtludlsburg, Dr. F. suess, Dr. Rokihausky, Dr. Jelmet, Dr. Lorenz, I>r. F. Dlttes, Dr. F. J. Plsko, Dr. Edmund Reltllngcr and Cheva lier Von Mosenthal, Doctor and Counsellor. IHPEKUL JURY OR DEDAL*. In accordance with the programme In relation to the production of medals, the Imperial Commission was empowered to clect a jury consisting oi twelvo gentlemen, three from the Grand Commission ap pointed by the Emperor, three by the Academy of Fine Arts, throe by the Museum of Fine Arts Ap plied to Industry, and three by the Association of Artists. The foUowiug are therefore elected:? By the Imperial oommlmion of the Exhibition. His Grace the first Grand Steward of the Court, of Ills Majesty, Prince de Holienlohc-.shlillngsfurst. His Excellency the Great Chamberlain of His Majesty, Count tolilot de Crenncville; His Excellency the Minister of Public Instruc tion, Dr. von stremayr. Ity the imperial and Royal Academy of Fine Arts. M. Carl Itadnltzky, Professor oi Plastics and Ornaments at the Academy of Fine Arts. The Baron Kduard de Machen, Director of the Im perial and Royal Collections of Medals aud Antiq uities. m. Joseph Gasser, Sculptor. Bv the Imperial a rut Koi/nl Miuteiim of Fine Arts Applied to Industry. M. Eduard Kngerth, Imperial ami Royal Director of the Picture Gallery at tho Belvidere, in Vienna. M. J. Faike, Imperial and Royal Counsellor, su perintendent of the Imperial aud Royal Museum of Fine Arts applied to Industry, in Vienna. I. Ott? K'iulg, sculptor. I'roiessor at the HchOO) of l)mgn of the Imporla) and Roval Mnsenin ol ' Fine Arts applied to Industry in Vi.-nua. By the AS80CUlUOf* of ArtUta. M. Christian iliicpenkerl, Painter. . M. ('m l Kuiuftiiunn, Sculptor. M. Franz Mcliuizkl, Sculptor. ?more will be five different kinds of medal*, for the production of which there Mas been a general competition among the artists of various nations. For the tine arts the prize will be Riven 1,1 the form ?r a modal for-flue art. Kxhibitors iu for we r universal exhibitions will receive lur the progress they have made since the laHt exhibition a medal lor progress. Kxhibitors lor the llrsi time taking part in a uni versal exhibition will receive, as a reward for the merit tlr-y nave shown in a national, economical or techuical paint of view, the medal lor merit. Kxhibitors whose productions fulfil all the con ditions of reflned taste, in color or in form, will have the medal for taste. finally, the assistants and workmen, who, ac cording to the statements made t>y the exhibitors, have taken a notable part In the production of a rewarded object, will have the medal lor co-opera tion. All will he stamped In hron/.c and seveu centi metres in diameter. All five medals are to bear on the face the por trait of His Majesty the Emperor, with the Inscrip tion in German FRANZ JOSEPH I., KAISER VON OESTKRREICH, KOKNIU VON BOIHMKN, KTC.; A POST. KOKNIU VON UNO A UN. (Panels Joseph I., Kmperor of Austria, King of Bohemia, Ac., Apostolic King of HnuKary.) The reverse side will be adorned with emblems of artistic representations, in accordance with the special deaigu ol each medal, which design is left to the artist. These emblems are to be furnished with the following Inscriptions iu German On the Medal for Flue Art:? WKLTAUHHTKLLUNO, 1873, W1KN.?Kl'R Kt'NST. (Universal Exhibition, 1873, lu Vienna?For line Art.) On the Medal for Progress :? WKf.TAUSHTKLI.UNU, 1873, WIKN.?DKM FORTSOHRITTE. (Universal Exhibition, 1873, in Vienna.?For Prog ress.) On the Medal for Mortt:? WKLTAUS8TKLLUN0, 1873, WIKN. ?PEM VERDfKNSTE. (Universal Exhibition, 1873, lu Vienna.?For Merit.) On the Medal for Good Taste WBLTAUSSTKLLUMU, 1873, WIKN. ?KUR (JUTHN UKSCH MACK. (Universal Exhibition, 1873, in Vienna.?For Good Taste.) On the Medal for Co-operation :? WRLTAl'SSTKLLUNd, 1873, W1HN. ? DEM MITARBEITER. (Universal Exhibition, 1873, lu Vienua.?To the Go operator.) CLASSIFICATION AND DIVISIONS. One great mature of the Exhibition is an ar rangement for the classification of the productions of ail countries in groups corresponding with their geographical position, and great pains has been taken to render the Oriental Department in every way worthy of (toe almost inexhaustible resources of the East. The position of Vienna is admirably adapted for this, having, besides the waters of the Danube, a direct communication with all the im , portant harbors of the Levant via Trieste. The arrangements of,,the Eastern Department have been confided to the Austrian Consul at Constanti nople, Chevalier de Scbwegel, who has already acquired a great reputation for his knowledge of Oriental habits and productions. A new feature of the Exhibition Is an arrange ment by which the treasured collections of the various museums of London, Paris, Berlin, Moscow Lyons, Munich, Stuttgard, Nuremberg, Weimar* Ac., appear in Juxtaposition; and it Is further in tended to represent a history of Inventions, a history of Industry, a history of natural produc tions and a history of prlees, so that the worlds progress of arts, science, Industry and natural products will thus be brought into contrast. The Groups. ' J,5 }jT^LnP' qwrrvino and MetaUurm,? T'Peral,rue'? <cou'8' shales and mineral oils (6) mineral ores anil metals; (c) other minerals sulphur, graphite, Aa), noftooS. building materials (vide Croup 18); ?*) natural alloys; (e) draw intra and models of objects relatimr a"? mlner?1 industry; mln 1 ^ee ?' *"veylng and map-making; in geological works and geological mans ,tn ? Jn tools and inventions lor mining and metallurgy lor production! aD(l 8Ur'aCe WOrk; {h) of 'h?&eu?un.> Horticulture ana For ?(a) I lacts for food and physic fexciuriino fresh fruits and vegetables which are to be the subject of temporary exhibitions); (t? tobacco rntrnn rtu^'h0110 /c> vegetable fibre (as cotton, (lax, hemp. Jute, clUna-grass Ac i ami other plants of commerce In their raw state- id? ?f ??* worms; ,,) anlmal producto'ln i raw state (skins, hides, feathers, bristles Ac.i ? (/) wool; ((7) products of lorestry (timber, wood' for cabinet work, tanning substances, resin In a raw state, dyeing woods, barks, charcoal tinder) ? (ft) peat and Its products; (t) manures; lie) draw hn?fi aV? mo,14la of 0,Jiects used in agriculture horticulture and forestry; farm maps; <i\ works of the experimental stations, wosdland and iorest ooom books, statics of forests, Ac.; (to) processes ??1irinlVth "f *or Prof',,clhg. transporting and storing the above-mcutioned products; in) plans of gardens, drawings and models of horticultural jR . /55e ' ^uses, conservatories, irrigation Ac.; (o) new methods of horticultural cultivation (P) statistics of production. u-u,lurui ^"vation. Croup 3?Chemical Irutustry.?(a) Chemical products for technical and pharmaceutical im? poses (acids, salts, chemical preparations ?! ail sorts); (ft) raw substances and predncts of phar' macy, mineral waters, Ac.); (c) fats and their itrad nets (stearine, oil acids, glycerine, soaw' 'cJn tinn*^! fi5??8U' (a> I)ro,lucts of dry distilla tion (as refined petroleum, slate ell, paraflne phenylic acid, benzolne, anilin, Ac.) ; (e) ethertai I ?."s?an<l Perf?merles; (/) matches, Ac. ; (o) dye stuns, mineral and organic; (ft) resins (washed dyed or bleached), sealing wax, varnish, albumen' isinglass, glue, starches, dextrin, Ac.; (fi con I trlvances and processes used in chemical Droduc tion; (Ac) statistics of production. Groupi?Sutwtancfnof I\tod a* Prodwtaor Indus tr\j.?(n) Hour and other farinaceousproducts malt and its products; (ft) sugar and its products- (el i spirits and spirituous liquors, Ac.; (d) wines- tei'ale beer, porter, Ac.; (/) vinegars; (m preserves and extracts (extracts of meat, portable soup con densed milk, Erbswurst, preserved vegetables preserved meat, Ac.); (ftf tobacco and* similar I manufactures; (() confectionery, gingerbread chocolate, coffee substitutes, Ac.; (*?) processes uta! '"vent'onH for preparing all these articles; (fi statistics of production. Group 6?Textile Irulustry and Clot hi nn ? in) washed wool and hair used (or textile labric* I rttK i T*h! a worsted, combed wool and woollen ?hri i i SSrpetK hIauketH> halr tissues, mixed fabrics, Including shawli; (ft) cotton, coiton sub sttutes. cotton thread, cotuin fabrics andco?ds; I ft) flax, hemp, jute and other flhres; yarnn threads and fabrics pf the same; straw fanrics i?r reonsand mats; webs and cords of reed, cant, bant, ban*, wire, Ac. j (<f) raw silk noun silk and manufactures of silk, silk wastes; fe) small ware manuiactures, gold and silver cloths and em broideries; (/) lace; (o) hosiery, milled and un milled; (ft.) finished objects of clothing (clothes gowns, hats, bonnets, shoes and boots, gloves ami jitieH, ?c;) i U) npholstery, cirpctlng, curtains, bed furniture, Ac.; (fc) artltlclal flowers and feathei ornaments; (f) processes and inventions used in the production of these manuiactures; inn statistics or production. Group 6?leather arut Imlla Rubber Industry ? ! (a) leather, articles of leather, harness, saddles trunks aid otner leather goods, excluding clothing and fancy goods; parchment and gold-beater skin; (ft) skins and furs (c) India rubber and gutta percha articles ex cluding philosophic*! and mechanical instruments and parts of machinery, waterproof stuff* and cloths; (d) processes and Inventions used in the production of these manufactures; le) statistics ofproduction. Croup 7?Jmm Industry.?(a) Goldsmith's and silversmith's work and jewelry, Ac.; (b) iron and steel wares, excluding machinery, building materi als, phllobeptncal and musical instruments; ici manufactures from other metals and alloys- irti weapons of every description, except militarv arms; (#>) processes and inventions used in the pro duction ol these manufactures; (/) btatistics of pro duction. F Okocp 9?rroofl ind>Mtri/.-(a) cabinet work (In laid floors, windows, doors, Ac.); (b) joiners" work (0 cleft woodwork (casks, shingles, sieves, Ac ) '? Id) small staves and their products, matches Ac ?' (<?) veneers and murqueterles; (f\ cut and turned wood; (f/) chisel work and carved work; (ft) cork manufactures; (<) basket werk; (fr) woodwork painted, stained and gilt; (J) processes and inven tions used in the production of theac manufac tures; (to) statistics and manufactures. ii roup 9?stone. Earthenware and niasm in dtutrv.? (a) Stones, natural and artificial; slato and cement works (natural and Imitated stones and marbles, paving (ntones and floor tiles, ornaments and decorations, pipos, grinding stones, !) (6) earthen ware (pipes, cooking vessels, stoves, plastic productions, terra cottas, Ac.;) (<?) glass manufactures (glass for household use and nincy purposes, imitation gems and pearls unset, Ac.;) (a) Processes and manufactures used in theproduc Uon of the above articles; (<?) statistics oi produc Croup 10?Smnllware arui Fancy Goods.?(a) manufactures of Ivory, meerschaum, tortoise shell, mother ot pearl, whalebone, wax wares, japanned goods; (ft) fancy goods of leather, bronze, Ac.; (c) umbrellas, parasols, rans. canes, whips, Ac.; (a) combs and brushes; (e) toys; (/) processes and inventions used in the production of manufactures (U) statistics of production. ' Croup 11?/Mustry and stationery ? (a) paper pulp, papor and pasteboard; (ft) colored papers, paper hangings, tapestry, playing cards *c- ? C) papler-mftch? goods, card and millboard' (tf ) articles lor wTlting, drawing aud painting (e) bookbinding and similar work ; (/) process?; and manufactures used In the productlou of the (?I,^a?5ra?tarei; {a) KtaflH"<s of production (.roup \1?Graphic Arts and Industrial Draw i'MJ.? W book printing; (ft) xylography; (e) cop per-piato and steel printing; (d) Dthoiiraphy and ' Ul Photography: if) engrav ing aud fiiioche work: (y) pattern drawiug aud drawing for decorat'^n; tools and aparatns; tO statistic* of pro duction. (iitour 1*????>#n?rj/ and Mmru? fif TYan* port.? (?) Hrirr\,e movers (steam generators, steam water wheels, turbines, pres sure un'^nen, air, wind and electro-mug netic fenglue*. gas machines;) (ft) macnines for transmitting power (shaits, wheels, mil leys, con's, bands. Ac.;) (c) machinery tor working | special knws 01 material (machines lor mining, | metallurgy, metal work and wood work; ma chines lor spinning, weaving, knitting, sewing and embroidering; machines lor fulbug, cleaning, I shearing, dyeing; machines lor bleaching, ieatiier i dressing, Ac.; machines lor puper iiianuiaetnres i and bookbinding, lor type founding, printing, lithography, copper-plate printing, color printing, Ac ; machines and apparatus for sugar making, oil manufacture, breweries, distilleries, sieailne, soap candles, starch, ico making, match making, coin'mills and agricultural machlaery and appara tus:) 01) other machluery not belonging to the above mentioned (Wast engines, lire cngiues. Dumps, ventilators, Ac.;) (e) elements and part' of machinery; (f) railway Machinery (locomo tives tenders, railway velocipedes aud parts oi them, railway carriages aud parts composing them special machinery aud apparatus for railway workshops and railway contrivances; lor making aud maintaining railway plant, snow ploughs. Ac.); (17) steam gauges dynamometers, tradlo neters, Ac. </)) all sorts of vehicles not con notedwith the rail; (0 statisticsol production. (iKOtrP u?philosophical, Surgical Instruments.? mi Mathematical, astronomical, physical and cheml^l Instruments (?nB[rnmenMitor m^urlng wriifhuiir and dividing; lor optical ami electric teleirraphv) ? (ft) surgical instruments and appa ranis (HrUtlclal limbs, teeth Ac.); (0 Instruments, clocks, watches_ and their .par" (clironoscopes, cronographs, electric clocks), (?) statistics or production. Mn.iral (1R0UP lb-Musical /n^rwm^.-ja) MMical instruments; (ft) parts of them (strings, bows, moulding hoards, membranes, keys, pipes. *c.i, (c) sound-carrying apparatus (speaking pipes, signal whistles, Ac.); (d) bells, chimes of Dells, (e) statistics of production. . . Group lrt?The Art. of war.?(a) Organization and recruiting of armies; (ft* eqmlpment of troops, accoitremeutsanil armor; (c) artillery; (<*I mili tary cnglueerlng; (e) sanitary contrivances, if) military education, training and Instruction; (o) cartography and historiography. Group n?Tne Nain/.? (a) Materials for naval architecture; (6) models and drawings of boats and ships for inland lake and river navigation; sea-going ships, coasting vessels, merchant ships and shins of war. stores and fittings lor equipment, outfit and armament of ships: (r) tools and ap paratus used in shlp-bulldlng; (d) clothing, outfit and accommodations for crews; (*) land and water works lor navigation (models and drawings of docks, harbors, sluices, floating decks, floating batteries and coast de fences) ; (ft hyarography, charts, meteorological Instruments; education of seamen and officers. Group 18?Civil Engineering, Putilic Works amI Architecture,?{a) Building materials; processes and apparatus for quarrying; brick making; iron-girder work: preparation and preservation of wood, arti ficial stone, terra-cotta work, Ac.; (ft) materials and appliances for foundatious (pUe-drlvers, screw plies, cofferdams, caissons, pneumatic and diving apparatus) ; (c) contrivances and toots lor earth works (excavators, dredging machines apparatus lor raising, carrying and transporting ear .h and materials); (d) materials and apparatus used for roads and 'railways (road rollers; rail way super structure, switches, crossings, turn tables, travera ing tables, inclined planes, lirts; pneumatic and other modes of propelling; nf their apparatus, railway station hulldiugsofall kinds and systems of railway signals), (e) hydraulic emrineering works, excluding sea-works irivcr works, c^nal Works, dikes, locjts, Jams Ac) ? if) models and plans of viaducts, bridges and aqueducts, Ac.); (ff) P'ftn"? models and drawings of public buildings, dwelling houses, barracks, penitentiaries, P1-}8*"18 and hospitals, schools and tneatres, laborerH Cot taires; apparatus for lifting and moving heavy weights In buildings, as lifts, <*?5.; plans aud models of cfieap dwelling houses; tools ^and implements of artisan builders; (h) apparatuses and inven tlous for health, cemrort and convenience In buildings (for lighting. water-Rupply, ??ratn age, water-closets, lightning cond* 0 r * ? ?1 sfewuelffirtwsi'SSuS'pi lng'mills, grinding mills; distilleries, breweries, sugar manufactories; warehouses, sawmills and d<(;Rour 19?The Private Dwelling House, Its In nw Arrangement, and Decoration.? (a) Models, drawings and finished buildings representing dwelling houses of civilized nations; (ft) drawings, models und examples ol thoroughly furnished BPUnocr ^20-77* Farm House. Its Arrangements, Furniture and Utensils.?(a) Finished models and drawings of larmh ? " ? f the differ ent nations of the world: (ft) drawings, modeiii aud examples ?f peasant rooms, tarnished and fitted out with their furniture andapparatuB. GRorp *21?National Domestic Industry.?(a) Pot ten and porcelain; (ft) fabrics, tapestry, embroid er iace and other needlework: (c) metal articles and ornaments; Of) carved work, and utensils. (luoi p "-KxWbtiou Shotting the OrganUattrm ami Influence of Museums of Fine austry.-(a) The various methods and means by whioii the different modern museums (vl/.., the South Kenslugton Museum, In Loudon, and the slm liar museums in Vlcnnft, Berlin, Moscow, Ac.) en deavorto carry out the l m p r o v e m e n to f t he gene r*| taste ot the people and the manner In which they promote the art Industry aud public their countries; (ft) exhibition of the objects which have been produced and propagated by these modern museums. (Iroi'p 2.1?Art Applied to Religion.?(a) Decora tion of churches (wall decoration, stained glass. iriass namtiiig Ac.); (ft) church lurnitnre (altars. ort?ns*i>ulplts, pews, shrines for enclosing sacred vessels Ac )?? (c) ornaments for altars, pulpits, cruciiixes, chalices, llburiums. candlesUcks altw hangings and carpeta, pulpit hangings, Ac., (o) ob jects used in baptism and fuD?^S'8' fjRorp -24?oftJw ^ of Fine Arts or tTie mm, kxt hit)ited fty Amateurs and Owners of iFinosttion <1es Amateurs).? (".) Paintings ol ancMut masters; (ft) ohjets d'art-bron/.es, en amels, nrtnlatures, majolicas, porcelain, lalence, ^r'itnri? '2ri Fine Arts of the Present Time, Worfu Produced Since the Seooiut Loiuion ypWftWlon u/ 1802.?(a) Architecture, including models, des gns, sketches and surveys or architectural works ol the uresent times; (ft) sculpture. Including figures and groups of small sizes; engravings, tnedals Ac., O paintings, including miniatures and enamels , (d) grapldc arts. Including copper and steel engrav ings, etching, wood-cuts, Ac. , reach Oroi'P 2#?Education and mstructMn T*a*h inn la) Kducatlon. Kxhlbltlon ot all the arranae Sua1vsitrivM.- ?ss.aa.'uS ibsa trtiiQlnir and rearing of children, ineir pnjncai and mental development from the earliest days of their lire up to school time; their nourishment. Cradles, nurseries, Ac.; chlId. (turU'n) child jrameft and amuHcments, <cnilId itym nasties (ft) Teaching. Kxhlbltlon of school houses and school apparatus in modela drawings snd examples. Exhibition of means of instruct on. The wsrks and journals of instruction. Description and lllnstratlans of instruction. History and statistics of a school, its ^sksmskss. T?1,..'rart??n. ?l. l; elude apparatus ror the instruction of the blind, tjmwlssr^o.mpre?end|n^ "Kealsehulen" or schools, wherein exact science and modern languages are itaught. (c) Professional aud technical coiu ^ s. iMtructlonTn the more limited sense; instrnc tinn of adults throngh literature, the public press, public libraries and educational societ ies and asso ^Crewil/'be courses of lecturos in connection with the objects exhibited, aud international con presses of learned'men, artists, gentlemen ofths scliulastlc and medical professions, of representa tives of museums of art and Industry, of of drawing engineers and architects, of represen tatives or chambers of commerce, ol banking and insurance companies, ot agricultural and orestr, Riicleties as well as of mining and metallurgical companies, to discuss questions of international lmiAU machinery is contained In group 13, never theless the machines for working special _ol ma crials wHI be examined by the jury of the: pro fessional gnlup to which they uiay belong, with the assistance also of competent f in'vcn. Additional ^"'^-iJ^.h3 E^lb>tlXSf ?;rBr..0?ITpVfj'T?rPre.en,,,.U.? or commerce ftn(' Live animals (horses. Temporary EtMJj? ???? ? fl|,h Ac<). ^rS^mSC ve^so? Wtry, W Ac ; f swgssk ixsrjsnsrt pl'unt., InjuriouB to agriculture ttDd lorcHtry. the patent congress. one of the most Important, perhaps, Indeed, the must Important, of the congresses thus to be held. Is that proposed by the President of the United states for the consideration of the patent laws ol all nations and the International protection of In ventors. Should the Congress rote, as may be pre dieted, In favor of patent protection, then It will become Its duty to base upon the collective expe rience of other countries a declaration of funda mental principles for an International reform ol patent legislation. The Congress will meet, after the juries have finished their awards, on the 4th ol August, under these rules:? 1. The Congress will be composed of skilled work men, mauuiaeturers, men of technical science, po litical economists and other experts. 2. The governments exhibiting to be represented by special delegates. ?. Application lor participation to be made through the Kxpos tlon Commissioners, domestic aiul forHgn, before end of June. 4. A committee or preparation will be appointed by the General Direction of the Exposition to pre pare the materials and matters of Inquiry. ?. The Director General, Baron schwars-Senbora CONTINUED ON SEVENTH PAOB.

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