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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESC NT.
VlLUME XVII. TIitR DAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1868. NUMBER
.J Clear, SuWlsIo SJlan
-Orlt ow THE tCV or
toacentrated Extract Sarsaparilla.
IT EMUTVIFN BLAC'K SPOTS, PIMPLFS, MOTH
PAI('tES AND ALL ERUPTIONS
OF THrie SKIN.
In tie Spring Mth. the syctem Itarally undergone a
-bee h ar d HELM l1I'B IiH IIHLY CON'ENrKATED
311X HA T (IF ARIAI'AItlLLA ii an .su.tart of Lto
YOU'IL LADIES, BEWARR' oftheln:urlon cTecetcnt
(r e .. w.'lers ad Wathee. All such remelies c -e up the
pres of the skin, and iu a h ,rt time destroy theomAi# esl.
I, , , , - z a hive a fre i, healthy a d yt,.th'ul appearnafs,
.;E HkILM.dULD S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
lot a .cw of the w-r. di. rd re thet r 'Ir t ankrnd .'se
fMr1. ortr+ ,, f the blhd. HIELM1BOLU 8 t.a I0KAt'r
ISA RLA'AIAILLA IN A REMEDY o the ut:a,. vaue.
IIELMBOLD'S KXTRA(T SAROAPARILLA cleen.*q
crd re,vate. the blood, t'tils the i ' hr of hecltL ,aLt the
( 1stom and purgee iout the bmors that make disease.
V1 A'NTI'iV TS QUAI.ITY-HIIELMB(rL.I F' t" r
'AL t:N LAIVAk Lt.I.A. I C' A,.e u , . I, Ce , . . .
arge que.titr and large does ofe Wr d.r A e s. .
These wh, detire BRIILLIANCY (1' CMNII.V'LI3
Tr.t prnrr ) rd er i! t'e blrd, w4eb I III IMBlOt L 'I
'/'i'FN'1 At[D FXTRAI'T (OF tLR41 '4RtLl.t
:. AbI IAHLL UntIl. Ant for Iel:reLb,la'L. IAKtL NO
O ri I IL
SS ICIE MiIIO)Ll'
(IICHLY V NCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT
:RADICATES EFUl'E AND ULCERAT .L DISEASES
i lt AT,
14 1. 01t. ,
I, AL.' AND
S, ~i N.
9L0 DIbFIGLURE THE APPEARANCE,
THE EVIL EFFECTS OF MERCURY
Iemovloaag All Taint..
} ' Re.a nti i' Di.e r.., bhrretL:tr or ,t er ' e, an i 1
taken ty A 'lti and ('hi .ren wit
7 Twe Tbleioeroestf' , It KLM ROLD S E'xtre't f S tr0 t
.i addAd o a p*rI of water ii e4sL t, the L,', n Dr) t
rints ar I ,Ie hOtle ý e na' to a gaillon of a e a mr..., or
r decetien ars useual y made.
I] U (7 H I',
S THlE (GREAT DtiURET, '
:II:LMItOLI.S Ct)NCI:NTRATIJI .::. >1AC
I TIHlE :OIREAT rL.OOD PURIFIER.
Both are prepared ac^ n.rh. to the rles of P:,armfecy ro,
f itewollty, aIU aire thLe mi ,.t ierm. tA- .a. be wade.
" IIi.L1\1I O1.1) S
( rLN INTRA 'ED t.UI D t'. xtl'
I r -ertran Lure fr diSr a e th
iLL dder, Kidneys. Gravel, Drop'y. O-.r
Weakness, Female Compa'.s,
o, ,,^ e +,.t en t,:t I ISu, t L, ( up('r r .ir - r
r,. rad I ho
ill:.ALTI AND IHA Pt1IN -,
, PISTE IRTV. de u n,
MY PIIHEPA TIO L
4t+ e.pared to v., ., I,,m a) Me. e, ,-atr Lace
.. .. ' td a r the ,- >+t nteu Ir t , ./ , P. ) ,,
iae¶ d reCL I
'irk r 'r.Cn i t r e '.r,'
. . e T. I I' Cr , O D
, . * ' r .... e it , I ar n r n V . 1 ' Cn u a C & -
a , iep . He . ", '+ .C C 1 '- ' ; W a
CL, L L" h'* A ... . N
Sold by TUrnarlsh . reeywhere,,
' og o.L L ;reut d re ry .L. r'L0r4r. Cre C
II. T. IlEIMIBO!I).D
1 ._ r .. ' peK ro ubopt IL OL C
", e g., . r . r. ' r . . .. art. . uO, . ..L. . . re t
" a , rd\t hOll''I l 'CI'A I4 t" \!CL U ,x 't .; .
'HE ORESOENT'B DISPATOES,.
Nt ROM WASH I NTON.
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
THE RECONSTRUCTION OF TEXA3.
MEMIORIAL OF A KEN UCKY FATHER.
'1 he Bankrupt and Finance Bills
ALLEGED OTTR.GEJ IN TEX1y.
S1 11; I)IlVlSION O1 'I "lAS.
THE TEXAS CONVENFON WANTS AUTHORITY TO
ORGANIZE A MILl fACY FJRCE.
Letter of the President of the Texas CoL
vention to Ben. Wade.
Thte Reward for Capturing Jefferson
ecnatorial 1 I clion in Florida.
iWAAittiNiTio. J:r. 17.-The un:eitatnty re
.a,,dLng the Wlihaby at.d tobacco tax is increas
utithtr's corruption report is looked for anx
i y, but taitrlted parti , anl Oiu ti on are r.,
(.clr'tal a- natore, lird LutIrr w:uing to be slo.,
.,ate.--fhe Texas cinvention res )ltions,
nt:iung that t(onarl.ei inal r ,.;ruti ar oir, I
I,::L nuder Hucharia:i a apo:utwent,, was referred
to the judrictar' ci',; Ititee.
1,e n;minorial of . S. ('ipley. '* i Kentu:ky,
-'atit.g tl,,t 'a stu . r': lig in Coturtus. (a .
; ad been arre.ted by the military autlhriti-.s iu
a itation of tle C.u-tiution and carried tw ) hun
ilt d mires fr -ri: l.i h Ire t - At! inte. where he io
now confined and deprived of communic sttol, wi h
his friends.a s that he is falsely charged with
b! iug concerned in the mtirler of (;eogoe w\V
burn, who was ki led in a neere honuse of Ill fame,
a as relerred to tie J i-ciary erlunitnttee.
A moti-n it d, finiely potpolning the Snate
and house ameudrmetn.t to the bankrupt law
bturlingame and his Chinese visited th SHenate.
Ihe (Lair laid Ie!ore the Senate a te!egraphcl
dispatch from tike Coralitut,"al C'onven'ton of
lexas, dated Ausn:! June 16, containiun resolu
ions passed tb that body, asking permission of
C('obress for thre convention to organize: a nmi:
tar) force in ci,.j.uc'!u At h the uidary rc :Ca
in auder. to subdue cran and Iaw!essness. wh:cti
IL y allege is now so, rear,: n ;thia S'ee. as ]
furtler cettitig rih It if 0'ou' t. t,
riant this lower tie ' yetal pie ,;i rfexae wi , hae
ir(pliled totlk'', t !" . te , t r u , v h urla
,n selt-defense. Referred t,) the committee on
'liie titatce bill was resumed. Thie section,
hanks to pay interest on dep-ail s of o'her b tilts
was erased. l'ermin-i.,n witbdrawinrg $2,10 i 0 '
'rlii the di;sricts i Li ti have i aurpti is ,tl i award
;g it to dis'r.cts ctruparauively deficAient ii;s
uninal banking capital, was adopted. The ailt
tional cap'rai g- ea to dli:i ea w!iic now hae'
1, n. tier live doil:t: s per i;.,aui tant. Iti paseed
.5 to 14.
A c, r.n:i'tee of conference has been app iouted
ri t se Ulii r imovuig poltac,tl ,lltsa.letm .
7 hie Seuate then went trut executer seassin an I
I,.- -The election committee reportl ii
favor of seating McKeo froIm the nolth Kentauky
The bill pronroting American commerce was
tbhru up. the rlaIm teature of tue bil is a d:aw
bark for tariff on ma,erial used in ship building.
An amerdmtnt allowing live foreign bot irn
,wr.ed exclusively by cit;zens to be used in c an
voyinV V Hettern produce from New Ori: sus to
New York, was rejected, ahen the whole matter
was tabled by an almost solid Western vote.
An anendo:ent to the puolitical relief biii: was
not concurred in .nd a couterence was demaanded.
A dispatch from Taalaassee states that A. F.
Welch, of Michigan, has heen elected senat,or for
the term endrsg Mar, b 1, I4-). On tI t le' ild
It lI ttthe , i cu irr in t-3. F. W. (. sborne. a
radical nronl New lurk, ritreivel ;1 votes; U. ii.
Ilart. a native know. as a boutisra loyalht. 21;
;iov. Marvin, Iemccrat, 1,;. If tie third citld!
Juale or oseator for tie tr;n colnllecilg Mareh,
i66-. will be elected, thre Forrds delegat!t)a here
al be r. ;eved ,f tine apprehetrei ,ns they ent.r
tarmed L. ire last bight of a negro corning to the
her ate front Furild. T',-y see::n hap:,y.
lBowen las b ea co:tiizmtd as mayor by the
'lhe lorllu ig was rece.ved to-day:
"Ar -(u, TxeAS, Jurie lo, -;-.
"Itn. F. -5 f, s 're:,' t o' ter Senate, at. flan
c )ct er e ' , pea, e ,r ,f the ,ý1e ! e.
" I em dlret c,. by 11.e Texas convent on to for
wald yrn, the vs ra'ig iesouti'a a!ored thP'
,.y du a rte.tei] .-T..e" - wti . t:T!l he a5at
S. l ti.y rt :.si:ed by ti lroyal 1epl:e ul t;i
"'\ I;e.,T o i. L.aw ln .~i~ '1s crile eri t to
ui h ar ilairt[ r e en :' n i-:: - 4 ef th. - t*,
. is deemed i !,r r t, d, aill il the pover of ithe
, n vention to irotcct lie a-l pro: ertr y .:! f r
te r.oly res io orf ellre; tneretore, be it
' l"i,.,: Tnht itUls conven:ion urge unotn the
(cn gr 's of tli' Urined St t; thie ree.eity of
rganiiratiou ty thisl bdJy of a rnli'ary force in
'!h several rounlieas if this State. to sac: in con
in.(ctiol with and under the tlre,:t n of trie rii
- . ,i--:nod r rlT rrt,, fo" the ri oi the
:· L 3. 'L rrl crty if tl ,ia.vti." ervryr liv
ri:' ,r .g i rieit, lye a -:s:.- srI r i, ere sian
, la aI .hd i -rI h.-"t y ,f , , .
, I ir in'ee in t;tues oi peace, anri wh ,, if rtt
I ..:l', l, t , .U t remu [ hn tiC '.est;'i:Ctll o
i'.at itf protct:on it ni ,t spcidiiy
''ar.de 'd ! r · '.d; i ry ti: : it : nat ',r er.i
St. f r twe b rl a,,t law-' It l, litezr of
ft sg. L!tey w!H be cormpel;o], In the ,ri; e
or :1ie 'acred ri;hit self-de.enrse, t orga:. ze
for their owinprot~etl i.
"] t a -s '. " urv·ersion bave fItl cn.
th ence In (Gen. Hteyn:ds, i v::sanrder f thi :s
tllt 1f 'le\ s. Bia, th. ) t e extert i, the
Iea siR p a e l at t!e ',i~,ia' he will g:vCe p:n tec
" it!. LreIT(ers tie p ee..
Slte recons'rnt'in c, ','. it'e t, -..iy con~rler
Cr ·.ider agas.n tsa acks ftrom to-day. It s
1' cr nt.:.t'Ce ,n n' rCtv rep rtvel a bill apr~o
rvintg Z . "i hr i r tI'c i a!,ture of Mr I si-i.
' <".vrtt s a5. r'e irLutioI atP-,viy itr.
i\: t.re t e i,u:iey. he l ,ltr'st a'':' ult t0'
atl ' re s $ i ,
Coutinued' Revlutntlont--Yetew Fever Epl
uemlc Ih Vera C(rwa.
IT says, J., , 15-News from iMexi,' to rth.
ILe 1tlre dr,,an.t tIte reaignatiot of the m .
Ihtry, except \a ,ar:, ..w;se (f Lthe .iuprerOme
"o,rt. and con;ie",ed ! ue re:gnut'on of tue rain
rater of foreign altl:r-.
TI e press, w:th ftew x :plaus, ct.:uor fir a
ta:ge, cf cbinet.
A revolution at the c a;it! is expected u3less
the nionistry resign.
(Ct:;zrs of T'ama:tipts are moving their valu
:Ipes abroad on acctri't Lf tue poiltical -aCer
I, .r .vr-r x. June 17.-The Browneville RTnchero
.f til:e I t.. crtalns the following from Mexic3:
A dcument dated Z zEsynca, 24th nlt., has been
irtn:.lgated byt Gens. Betanzas and Leon Ugale
.,rd fiur Luordred tol!owers, by which they pro
i asr that t'e comti'itiu rf 157 shell remnao
ic -tate, and that Ge. Porfrio )iaz shall be pres
adent of Mexico.
Yr Tl!ow fever if a very dangerous type ii ep.
demic at Vera Cruz,
lionterey dates, of the tili, state that the eleri
canr. c(gree' is (till in session.
The umnister of war ba oeldered the anthnritieo
-f Vera ( ruz to dismantle the lanI forttllcations.
-tore the artillery, and to rent the houses now
used for for's.
Anritisno Rivers mrnqd an attempt to take the
t,-an of tartiago Ttang'.istangn bat was repulsed
r.y the citizens. He has stattoned armed bodies
at varina; places on the road to Cornvaoas, c-l
-ctirg one dollar per load on provisions taken
to 1t e epi'jitl.
Iraqlutty now reigns in all the towns in the
S:ate of Nuevo Leon
The Kla ofr ltetumem to Review FPmWr.st's
F eet-l he Pere of urope--The Kti of
Prueola lslir Hlsamsver--War Plot-The
Ortevancee of Nova Scotla-The Freach
buta Ieoa-thsages la the Spanish Casbtnet
LosroN, June 17.--The king of Belgium reviews
Farraput's fleet at ()stead.
l he Frechb nitu::ter:al report on the budget
declares that there in r",, evideone that the peace
of Europe will be broken.
the pope will issue a general amnesty to po
litu ai otlthders.
The king of Prussia visits Hanover for the first
tine since the war wilh Austria.
It is reportt d in Berlin papers that evidence has
bI en found revealing a plot to involve Frauce and
tle semal!er powers in a war with Prus-.a.
It ie Nort)t Gerata I'aar:iment has adoptel the
1I the li-ouse of ( .:n:o..a the rnt tin of John
! it to al i. :ut a Cai ni-so n to i tqire tit,
U( ., oxat-Ce, in Nova vie, tin to conse-iuen--e of
ithe ,radin l r-on. a as defleat : by '7 to 1I .
I'A st .lut.e 17.-The corps legislatit pa-aed the
"i zE loan.
r!oAati, June 17.-The fu:l wing changeS have
a (t nhance In the '-art-h cab:n,.t: M1rqutl D1'
!. -I, 4,1l, flt;egn nurn!t r; Cort"rn Lo, ul'uittr of
,untice; Rubi, mil: ter for coloutee.
RIVEB N EWE.
Vteerctit, Jute 17. -'Paeedl down--Kigour
at 5, aid Qu 'mnit, at 7 P. i yesttdav. t', :
hoLt. E. Leo at 8 this morutog. liver falluin
I. -i itn. , .1 re 17 e , tr filisng, with fie
ft t et, r. it:, hI - .r th - l, . e W e-thi trL tO . rv.
hr. Lot t:, JULY 17.- 1' v. r fal,u, at ta,s poi:I:.
FRO O 8OUTHWEST PASS.
I( TWES Pia, June 17- 11 A. s.--!Tirott
r -(,. Hnd cast and tight. No arrt uia.
,t lillt r. 1'AI -, J d I t 1 1i. M - ,tronietii
li " \ " ' r, r. , r , 1:' ii (,alvt tun , a I 1tf l i "ý t "'1
I, ,- 1i-a n_- i8 t. to l . A 11 a111tte) Co. N
N t Y,,u .Iu .' 17 - Etsh'"wheneryaht-and
: tas <atetr ! !,r t t.,' ,i ual r,.suaa
S.... A,n l.,.e arr ;v l . - -"trill lt ll rauict.
loN,ot , June 17-Nuon.- Consols 94i. Londe
uI , a t u o,. .;.- 0 ;. ,u Uilt . Other to •kets
I. Jtee 17-- rie n nn.--71 I liog
i t.at, i- 1l .t..; tut.t tg
: .... ,,.. i; . 1. a, d into. furs doll. ida
tA,,. 47r. ,,.
l*ia,'..t Juc ";.-- cuar h 11tote rem tin firm
, w :ti-t ,t : -itavi.rli e news lfrotL L tndon
ha ,I All (r'Ca. "a1 " it 7 r,4.
,.At\ hl'i, lJu 1. I;-Event ,g -C'ottn: Rales
l.- ,iit: lt, n it.,d lu (,R iit ; :ieaas 11 1111..
itl edr d itlttil t ili.
I .nI >, Jc:u. 17- e:ve:.. _.-- C'3 suls"!' " ili.
- 4'-t, t. Jitne 1 .-1 ., t ,a .
Slues ., halve. oit .d:nl..,a Led at '2 r ý:c. l:e
(t ts kt ba' 'e..
t11. ..t.v J.n" 17. UartCr h ie'e i :r : (off-rn
7 r,,; l-.x,'ange v2 Luit+, n 11 ;114 pretoiu'n:
S. i .e CL:Cd i.attL lot cutren-y JJ per .nt. dii
Ni wv Yrixt Jure 17 -Afternoon.-- 1ld 14');.
Stei eg easier at Il10. (overnrmerts toeady.
NEw YoiK, June 17-Afternoon.-Cotton 4
Ic. netter ; sale. ..,,u Les ; utoudauge 2!16 t, "c.
F:- ur ull arind dit pi g. \\Wheat irregular and
c,,,cd tetter: yew a tbr ieorgii $2 -1. Corn
ci ed dull and tecli-,'ntc. Mess pork s$l 7V. Lard
qu-t. T'rpirntine l43j'3i;c. Rtusin $3 1lot7 3'i.
No.w 1(x,. June 17--veniing.-5M ney very
q1t t. Cal loa s, - ,. lie nt -k market 14
rtLtraThl dull '..d oioaer: . Y ')a of 1"l 2 with
ht, tu s. 11i: cf 1-.;, il : of 1 G7, lii; do.
Jaltuary and July, 11::; of Iu7. 114; 10. t1) a,
, 7-:',e. I i or du i and- droopiug
"tit 17 - '4'i 7 , (I,;o - 1t .' 3I 13, W estern $7 201
I.,, outl.ern coItat -a to tl i "e extra $i 3 1:; 11,
i . c!.-t ,e $11',1,-,, ('a f., rtri : avy Ill 59 ",l I.
,-,ear eaier n .cv-o 114,l- 12,- . ('- .te qu:et.
aleuneoea dull. Tallow hravy, 12i212Ac. \VW,01,
-dn -toe 44(.5t , T'x-'t- - '2c, Mex:ca'i 2 .
C.i.t~S~oAt, June 1;.-t-our duol; faitiy $.i
,,. Wiheaut $2 0,'2 10. Corn :13 ,i,.:. (Jts
7 C 75c. I:utter 2 ';". Eggs 210 Potatoes
$'2 !75s. Ile' pork *27 7i5!2 . Bulk shoulders
1:;c.; sides 14°,14A .; bacon sha ilder I. .:i.:
c car rib e,dee 16c.; cl ar sales 17,-. Lard ~a
-lId at 17 c.
Tr. Le. June 17.-Tobacco declined i:.
Flour-tsuperfine $7ti-. \Wheat lic. lower. Corn
r-. Lot ,. JuUne I.-- .a!cs 23 hh s. leaf to
tha co. J.ug f~-ttllO: ilteditlu'tt i C ttl,; leaf $11
:12.;. buyert:ue tour $; Jin 7-,B. PIne old
a',o at $2 1h. (-or. .'I. I,r 'CIee a-id ar,
1. .: (liar rib de 1, ; c:ear idea Iri.
I k a i'dtrs 1 ' 1 .: c ear sore ,,:. s'h'say
d- ; d n-,;a,:r l.
( IAthl I -:s. June 17.--(Co u in in bi.tvr in
Siy. -ile 11. bales. Mtiidhcg 27t½2-' . lti
<cc .0 l a -le.. Exports coaOw ioe 113 bali'.
t e. . F t rft r ,'I at iie tr Iti is rl'e ,
it e.cLi:i .. a t-yt go'Ld hoi.e, c ,nlJdert:
! .it ! ei . ,: : h n , ,,i, " , ,n ' " r 1 T h e h ,i r- i nt ln .
it. I ,s ,cl ..rh, rabe ,:':.a) in ti e ile o! the
'.-t "tti"i t l' "t .. t il y t*tj o ul
<ut c< trt,:," It when the pertur:n lqsw co'U
I., *ru'd It p; !,t $© tl. f ,rt*tl ey. l 1 t) > ll : u.e ert d,|.
-"t~eI wa :..-tat, i Ithe taudl ie a"
,~ ri 1 el-'-i,-.-,c. \\He have a wa t- oey
ab ut t: a r,, -. wl- di_-gn'ed th"" bettesa
by Iteir ihOe'tist nSae, ,,i-e'ieCa ca;led ap
.,-e. We hope trhi e vi l o be crrec'el on
1 : .': et('rLr Ct. whn S-I: ht- entertiml:mc I- 19
b, · , 'n for tt Lctni of tLe Orihau-' Asy nt
\', ct h . Lefore ,',e':, r:1 .' a n.o',, e:.te d.ted
novtce. viLh t) t e :.et: tC f tLe hour at w.:,: we
WI --revent i -
A- i. 1 :. . - A C the seav'n at tt:t
p' ,it! n. 'f :::, -. a a:cls,·esw,". t: *we a, ,
1' *rc n--i
!, ,. si i, L a,, " , r W ti e retr Ceat: 1,
a: - ' pli gra, i ,e alt , if bha -t ha
, kl'arkr a , e 1o. ptrf.-r-n R -i- il
• f-t t , o,-- ytar.wv " bz i .- W.
" , r . k f. LT. c, . , i,, y !,.tiro,ag o.
•. . r '*, --At t1e Jerome Park reae, ol
- s, e-ep -- -t 1r 1wayea- r .,t " ie
aus won eas iy ty Jrtr -e's Ppture, h,,-tng
hverct,; and Morr st v. Dittancn, five t.'
ut ts. T ne. 1.,, . he oreaum stike for $7-i,).
',r a" ag- . ,IM I; e r. 1 in f gerngs was won
1 J : l · t. L a :, M.',l ,: ,ne lInr v:h aut R. I
I'b k tao ler l-. :ime, 2 :7;. T' . Vet CL2
rt crp f$'-" w. w n iby 1 lal heating Jerry
(i, -:.,.II -,wery, i,:w- and 1a- nie Ctae .
tam. T:-o ; :. T.e frC-t -:ir were a'! ct.ie
't gep- : at te i'c n,. T, r -l:v ra ,., for all
age.. I riles, was wen hy M-I)niel's nrbora,
leat' g Ttbal. Ltl. v.d WiLg al, Eachili
tres. Tiue, .15. 1Te premium stak ot $1500,
f r three )ear tds. 1 1:t e, ws ,a by I,:,vyd's
rh"y Nenee: , beating McDaniel'a entry. Tiue,
Attetln i called to tie es;e of straw, fancy
and lttliery art cles, aclt mens' and boys' fur
ti-.tir.g got de. to be maoI- th. day by Messrs. C.
. (;itarde) A Co., at thalf-(ast 10i o'clck A.x.,
at the store No. 17;: Canai street. We advise
threse of our readers in need of the above articlei
nut to ns thiste splendtd opportanity, as the
t !'e will be ~sol in Icts to tunt purchaaers. and
without any lmit or rerrtre.
REronrorAtr. BREsvTIES.-An unknown frierd
ihas. sent us a number of the " Suthern Police
Gazette and New Orleans Firemen's Journal."
edited ly Casey & Boebler, August 1., 1+53. It
,as an engraving of Vigilant Fire Company No.
.1, and a good many items of local interest at the
time of publication.
'Ihe very mnteresting case of McCubian, tutor
of his minor children, against Samuel Hastings,
the well known druggist at the corner of Felicity
and Magazine streets, is still undergoing the te
Stons process of the law in the lolth [)District
Court. There ate live negroes on the jary, and
we are curious to learn the verdict. The nicest
technicalities, bibth in law and in medicine, as well
as all the moral reponsibiilities for which the
ablest legal a sunen has been exercised to ftid
the proper restraints and penalties, are to be sub
ni-tted to-day or to iii riow to the arbitration of
pt rscnages aho really know naught above the
heft of an axe or the guidance of a plowshare.
The damages are fixed at 8$3,000. The idea of
a'" e ai.d educated it tLe)ys pleading upon sich
it1 stienc b(fcre a ju.y partly comtposed of ne
gr( es, mdiir-nminately selected frim the mass of
vot re. whether able to read or write, to under
s:ai,d the vall e of an oath, or the ditfeaence be
tween two and four, but siuiply because they are
viae is, is as absurd as that of a madman deliver
ing sn address to a wild an'tna' in a menagerie.
It is just as congrnons. We should li;ke to hear
Judge Leaimnint'e charge to tnat jury. lie is a
ristn of extri lnt judgment and or ready wit, hib
h.e a ll Lae It, deicend to the childish platitudes
SI rltii.uras Jt!ertu Dural., at M'ich stis' Ii
etitute, Tuesday evening, if he doe-n't want th be
: couqpreh' is- lie to a portion of hli juryim n.
O. e day last week, a gander was " on luty "
near the New Canal lBasin, in keeping g-uard over
a t' cIk of goslgs wicci: kltd to a reacoutter be
t,r his G.ailerel:p and a rooster. ue contemst,
however. wos of short duration, for the gald-r
ce zed tle cock by the neck and straightway flew
ii,to the canal, a here he thrust his an'aganist
ialder water, and there held him until he was
.\h uit.sohistica', :youth yesterday made the
menorable renatrk that there never Ia much ra:n
in very cry till e.
' he rain fell in torren's yesterday from on
o' lock tl afiter two. The guiters overflowed.
and nubo,'y coill prs a' e.g any of the thloroilgt.
feres witt!uit wa ig. lleaveI 's artillery
t1.ur ,'' ttd I, t' e s. - , riv~n 'cg:t its, bl s S .erit
the h n-r r ,of as to etarile our citizens oit (of
hi itr equaunity. The alarm bells were rung at
1l l',t ltr vali. by ti:e Ill-k) Ili.litiiini. and created
t! -ullrisa 'e stir itonitg our gal ut tir- by-. I'
.el n, to, us tLa' tt e many lines of teleiospi' he
.o ge!ng to the ale alarm tc Icern must serce. v.ry
tticiently as non-conductors during a tuP.n hr
I, v. i;.ak , r .as tp, oiled :Jesr-. Wesley lon
7,+ . i , of t n, i n, . a. J. e;. A . I'e,l ,w , ,f 1...
1 ,sQ, a ;1 is rs L The I is. .u d, y: \1 .,+r ·
1r' !. i ait ll sh,l ', teesi i l.
i r t ' l .te tr,enli Miugle is a candi h te fir
t i a ' i t'i t +i I 1:i I ! :c' a f l ipt rlini.t ii ti of
ti.e tro a .ni t-!Le raph. 'r. ,it ugi e is one if
i! e rendi -. and i St rcie,:, ic operatii aI the
(iure.'r): ia an excellent .i loe 0,ea ly and
it:. .tal at.d it is in a gl eat Ineau-e due, to hl
I(' " it .igenc: t.ih t the N,-v, l, i -,'in, :'s
, re, h las been male the best in the . aisy.
oin oi g the rad'cal cndidates fVr driver of r :e
t ~itk Marta under the new ri ,,ie. "tiniiiou
1t.l in va uld to lead tue van.
A great a',r of otir ere les hIrve nYcr lstn
0 e curotli at red on (hirtres a'reet, be. ,.v it.
1. ', thl, .1l of eitr,' e !,;ad ln l htt 'l , . ' : . ! . .
1: lbits, git nea pse, gol,,cn pheaosala, kitit :s of
rare varieties, all cort' of th:nese. Jap luae,
1i ,1h-hi and Spii-ti fiw;s,, patio s a r ia eve ry
," arer, owls, are to ibe found tuere on the II i'irs
a' liberty. ir conined in cages; canaries, ball
feti cts, .l-,k daws, nrightingales-ln fact, every
t ird, ainest, whose picture ia to be fou id in a
Si k i n c rc:,-blogy. There is a cont a is
l. rpite and squeakving in these strange recep,,
c-l - ani l altie in all its restless vivacity. r ho
or from a thee fed all these fured and feattiere I craa
tree, thuegh not of the lost pleasant ldeverip
S r. is i t I rthel se not inlinpport tle, r.euig
Srnethinet 'ke the smell experienced in tie nena
n' tie on St. I hat L, s treet, opposiite the great
:.i. ti. it re n Ite, beide, all sorts of M, dtterra
i .,; and Fa It-thin ea si.ells, and other marine
t ,-, i.-. If, < r i'sy rel, rs desire to get a
" 0io oif at ilerd a r hbhit, or any other asini ar
tp tey should gas in the morniig, parleicatarly
St'' -,daly or." nrice. when a mareat uny people
v , 'e Frercl lMmrkt, and call in atone or other
f tl:ese three bird and pet st- res. They are all
Tin t hartres street -two noppotis each other, j ist
i!iw itbe St. Louis Iloutol, and the third near St.
'et' r street.
flat was an eellr'tt ide to make a transverse
cr ivel at ti e coirer of Canal street and -c
c) arge Alley, to carry the surplus water. Whl:h
ovtlieuWs te street at that point, over from the
lower side of ('aal street lito tie gutter next to
the re ral ground. Ibis culvert was made as a-i
S.·Ber:eiRnt: and its wortkia yesterday was of
it-h a i harac'er as to prove conclusively that
every corner on <our prinrip ii boulevard, from tie
lev e to llsmipart, or emni to Claibarne street,
I uld be provided with a culvert. The corncr of
X< hba'-ce Ailey was eniuirely above water, wh '-t
i--. ) a' coreer was imlpasable for upwarda of an
J, 1n Lal e was arrestedl on St. Charles street,
yt sterdavy, ie a tl,'Iiive froot the Inainoe Asylum.
Misrs. Warmuth and Duann, governor and
, itetinar.t goverimir e", Ct, are said to have qgoah-l
t: d thnun 'lits on M ay before one of the the jun
it cs of the hipreme Court of the State, by tak
i t he rn eceenary oaths.
Seti ii Annie," a gentle female who dis
:, ed the peace, hba commenced a half-year
ne at the Workhouse.
A cage containiang a mocking bir-, supposed to
I ie btien stolin, was f, u.ln iIrit n Walk
ie-ti rcay morn-g by thli ofli -er on the beat, and
ca-; 1,, Ic Ai r.,eJ at ill Marnolie street.
i-e telperature yen-erl:iy,a .sn t-lan by the
" ncleir ., t C l. .l A .I --, et .' r ..r. ti le
i, , tterie s tre s was as fliws : Ate 6 a. M.
7' pgrees: 1. i . :; 3 r.. It. U; !i p. t. 77.
ie h arn ,..t tlr Israe ites of this State have
S e ;. ,, , t.v.;",; in l . pro=id~enlic campaigo,
I .el, ii ,y C ut,- i,.e foa r i:- h t'it:e an
, rS tot iii l. ut ana td let, e :n t i the emllto
i. Ii ictiitn w, cth i to meet in New York
ti tie 4th of J. haiext. ThealdresswIt ie
siathll't- in Its dLu dcation of the "general
, it" at dcrm o-r -,.iii. oil orgent u;oti the
ri itast on of Gen. Wmfieid Scott Ilauo ,'k for
tie lreC ILeL y.i
laul .anlt e :i had an ;a ;talt made againat
I' at stie goe--, i lrserict p0o,,,e Otatiin 3stee
to iite d -cae iLte, and ier dua-ky ctiln tir,
Ar. t ilw, twn i toi e-li on l.oubn ttr et tir
A t ! l Ga.!, r 1i-.,, be 9 l p, l Trati'e, ' .,1
r. ,. y, . i r iy lorenoon, at itoe .rner if
, ,- r u-'ii. wre raciccl' a- :i Il speed uti li it
acrt etlt, as :.·e gtn..ctase in qanation was
croe ng, at the corer met honed, why lie was
str ikevi down utler the hores' boots, his f-re
Stu drea'.:uy ,gashed, an· d hi trout teeth
, r ,,ed ,ow , ! is tI ri at. A tltoutt i'he hoce
So ,, ,-, fir a toRienit by the unl'ortunate
S. h, the r.tel ' a d on in Iltheiar caroeer up
Sa ,. '" ,", : .ti. a carelisa aLevhior their vie
S'.. wa- ! i: i.d ,r ior . ie e re told that, tl-o'igh
.s y w re nto, t in er 'r:n.l t't'r wore ce'rtan pie
S-'t : s ti r -- ,I Hb shovel 'hat they
s- it not cr. .a y. li. ,)e the matter will be
Snoe to the ri'vorwav cfo:ributed l toeporail
fr uIe at the braeie li-tivat has been taken away
, t it, d. As tie c, ailultr 'e must either return
art chi - oR. r, ia i ,r full value, the proeedls
t "e t --aot >n W:I is yea' no ie cae tie
h aie cIt e t 1,a 4-. he trli-1t ui' ttle
, on b.ie int:tivre', 'A 5'ri 1away so-h s-ti
- - m ,. IC' : I '"r . i'y t tn a o, tI for tho m at
- - - . < :.- vt .t .... o. Le t at ;[,te ked if
thi rno mi a----" cr aim gst us.
Tt PANT C: Tir:C.Tr.l..Arecouding to an
r, tr, , Ct e stpored ;rau.t m ., Co'ax rati
ticat---n .eeticg caine ti.a't evenitugal Lat.ayeti l
i'. ore, asr caped tigether qilto a large asseo
iste, teril hng Lot a fcw who were evodently at
tn -ted t-h.'0r by curiosity only. There was a
!arnte pad if police on duty in the vicinity to
tr stti Cr- , '.,std n-a Clailrblni'e occarred.
The stand erec-ed in the center of the s-,o-sre
vas i!!-r- ;-ltcd ard '-cornatd with Am*r'on
faoas, while at the ditl-rent corners, healthy
ci:zets recentiy admitted to franchise, held
v'i t trarsparenties, ito-cibed "Creecent City
foe: Ever, " Equal Rights for All," " Louisi
ara gcod f--r I) (tel for onr candidatos,"
" We Love cur People,' and other mottes of a
S'-:lar tercr. Rackevt were plentfully discharged
w,,tout atIparett toought of cost, while srall
boys st-oou afar <ff tin laydras street and pi,:ked
ttt the stlksithereof as they fell. Themeeting was
cailed to order by tOcar J. Dnnn,the lieutenant
governor elect, who, coming forward to the froitl
center. ard, standing out in bold has relief against
te attnendmante emat of eTItadn Dthibbl an the
other bright lights al-emnied upon the platfir I.
proposed as president of the meeting, ' his excel
lency II. C. Warn.oth, eoverror of Loisiana "
" At once ar, seso wild a yell " that when the
tall lithe form of hi Joothtful exceliehcy came t'
t!,e front his words were at fir.t scercelt and bhl
He said this was a great and unususl event ; '
was the first tine that men without regard to
color had ever been abl. to mret toget'ter and
have a voice in expreserug t".,ir cho.ce f,r t I
first office in the nation s gift. HIe felt pronl
to preside over " thin large and intelligent au
d ece,a,' and as Le tad not risen to speak, begged
to Introduce one who t al p oved h m-e f a trie it
o,t freedom under all chstarc!ns and pr's. Ha re
'erred to I1i bohor Judge 1V. W. Howe, of the
Tie jodre, as he came forward. was greeted by
taint cheers and unmistakable signs of instr.it
r" c( gnition. It was evident tiat some of his an
d,. ne had seen him before. Hei bhin by at
Iludrg to the narme of the spot upon which the,
meeting was held, and thence drcew a comparison
between Gen. aafayette and Gen. Grant. each of
whom, he said. had d'awrr ha sword in def"nnoe ot
equal rights He theni wnt on to sket -h the
i'uantS at -.sue between the trenmorratre and rai
cal artif s let thcis, said lie, who wihh to hveo
their rights secured to them forever vote for
;ratrt; those iho wish thse rights taken
unss.vo'e against him. husky voice, "never. )
Thtere are, cot tinned the judge, several objee
t:( us urged against (en. i;rnt. First, that he
cannot make a speech. We do not want a presi.
d'-it ho can tinkhe spec-lhes, lie re ied
G;rant's relly to General Butler as a pro of
that he could make speeches when necers!ty
tret i ed. '1her, sall he. i is said ol oir -eiii.
:wae that he is t., ,iller. The spe aker anl
so'hJered a ith l.im iat ('corintl and Vichk.burg, and
to.t.g1ht he ea a soldier. l'ervaps the general
had Lever rolted llo, actllig. as ..0 Wa', n1 a
tmodest capasety, but hie h it , : e t the g, n r ,it
aild I,t ievtd hau to he a sld! e.. a.el oe whi lhid
Sever rerreatrd. 1 heni, too, the lIemocratic edi
toas,. a o alt a ttll the truth, lti- whole truti,
and nothing but the truth, say that he has " n,
po.icy." We do not want a president with a
Io.li y-we have had too much ol policies-an I
hie hi' early Ire!,eved ihat ni than so worthy of
the -tf ragt s ,t the people as Grant ral been ,ib
nulutl as a car-oidate e;ite the days of Washii
t on. Ile allid.-d with recret and a certatL de;i
t< 'y to t er c(hnrres of drul.ker', s bro,'ig At by
tIl- Ilem(cirate E[!.'n"' (;rlnt. 'riot rein n l d !tinte
l.t e t, ry l a I i n hl, II(io f ls! tlst :t !nie
Sd fin'nd .' wh 't II; ' t ,'t hi ta u-ky he would
I, t ,' irrei of it to every general in the army.
N, w. -ald ,ie e;- her, it I could only dind w,i,.re
riat. ; - '- I.,- ii. ky fri: n, I wuld ~,rJ a de:ii
I n to, h Iaiquar ', aud a battle or two down to
t un t t) Itre e It iit t ipl re thie l i') u.i ratic edh'rrs
a .,.,it h i:'. s; d t , 1 ; 'o,,. t',e "·"I", ' h uo!y.
I , e, k, - e -ntl it, d th It. rn t to be joicse any
, i,, e , rl!, r -e' ha ii tn whtm luk, d, sea
i'ke a drui,k,ird tl it, Print whaho ha.) a clearer ,ye,
r t -'ri iC T rwrtr., of I i'1, e i , tlly i'ollipleX ' .
lt's b. .'ry Wa~ tsih t it wH3a itili, litlo f of r rrint's
eticit:es to thlk of 1:i n rerainr og sober whle ill
r( c iaf' of a 'alary ofl yive or e:r tIhuioad do:l.,rs
it : ' :lge conluraed by advising hli party to
r, , d i, to r . e I their hattle cry the w rl
I;,' ,i 'wh ,ii ,ti' .w , , o"i' e , w.'a', oil
t.\a' Ir w rl i.'ulRriri " ), I'iaradite." or " t1
li, :ir,, asit to march on with tb-.t cry to a p-.
i t ,are iie.
. r. It s. J. I ai ant, and other speakers, followed
J' i'ce 1,w e. 1 ,e ,sst~nmblage allrersedat a iate
,\ L :. i. bra,..--ioring the thunter
r:,"r, w, , ,; , o, t. ie cty I, ctween two
a ..i tr ree , a k yeatrrdlay alteruio a .
tn e I ,nl,ce at the corner of I)erbiguy and "i.
I1; 1p' e;itc:s, oc u1p'd by P. Co,.,att as a cii
t ci', i.ery, Uaw ruck by lightling. the top part
it tl.e c!. u iey btring detached aud falioug
irurtiugh tie r. i1f It, the hou.e. Mr. Cou.nirt
vi i n eeiva t gal i.mied Josephitc No. o i w'aio
Sere' sta~tdiig near tie bar at the ti ir: were oat',
kLocked down by the shock, the lurmter wittonut
rervisng any iniury. But tLe latter wai fouud
iLuvcnible, and aitiin.gh a pjrysia.IU was bunl
:i.tu, d had not at latest rtports recuvered.
P'oasD ,rr iT'o.l< t. C,,HM-riU-tonI.a--The board
telt ta-t ev-ni! g. Mr `he;i'y p:e,'l rig; Messrs.
E.rl art Lanurbe, Macarry and lIzrd pre.e'nt.
The charges agaiat otter A.. Smith, No. 23,
itcund l)i-iet, were first called up. Theeilirge
w, q that officer iltith had been shient fro:U duty,
and furtl ermore, that on the 2sth ult., he had as
sit.-: i! and fal-e:y it;pr: i,ed i Kr. L. E. Marcharud.
lhe accuased did ct ap ,(ar to respond to th3
Lasrges, and was thert re diamiased from the
'ill er Fret k Bulgar, No. G, charged with neg
let ' f duty, was east ended fir ten days.
'1e a barge ager:.st olicers P. I)eliney, No. 2.Jt
V tu ,l , N\. 4;01; T. Wotle. No. 46'1, and ).
I rn . --' , No. 21:1, were dnsmissed, after wtich
thLe h, aidI acdjuurned.
I:is- O-.e- -A man named Hernard. while
crresing ( anal street, yesterday muruing, was
i r t ied duow and i un over by two mounted dst'
d,ers, aLd suntaiihed serioius bru sea. He was con
vcetd to his recldeuce at once.
ISitaT- -TI1 coroner held an inrlneat, Taes
0: y t'trl , l. :, li,,dy f Ncls, i M , rgs', a
I lt e tckti i .'t ri tl1.0 etrari, , at Ilcx rr, Ifro.t
1. -v, u!e, kriile in t,', way [t:uii, near Bat in
Il:. ur . The vt -die ot t tl , j iryv is tht deceased
,i . to L . di a :l trunt a i i,:a l huot tlied by
iactauil lHahkirs, ailed arn abetted by Bill
Ucovty. r.ate rsf tlo hoat. Tlhe ball penetrated
the l It veritle of the heart. and caused iantant
dea:I. Morgal as- about t'i 'y years old.
An inquest was held vesti rday on the body of
iMargaret Nedly. aged 25. who died of apoploxy.
11 e ILntai st War Iih I I at the Charity losplt :l.
Als, rupon tire body of a tolored child, five
days o,d, at 2.,2 i'iplntade street. Verdict, con
.v i,,us ;: aid Oi,,n tiat (i a a l uotru negru
SI d, I:.d ipiienci Prea t ; arnd on that of a
0 t, i],, 'w,).: .t ol. , at 1035 Uli si rio.
Sltt. i\ to , Itevser.
: (' Li'.--' t' -a i-o""' tthe j-r-y
in 'Le i t f (ir,- id il. for cua'd not
I, ]v' it in.cr t-ig. dv', whi'h oen oced on
'le ;,e''y ,:d ,,tr t:e F,,r It r ,no-i,lan
< ,,-, w e i,, trhe c irt y .' 'rday, aiid wall
i ,. y e p t, i.e at:" a' of ,e J y t,-o-day.
-----,.,k +- = --
Fer, tor Ieverly .jloiison t a : remain in the
<"-tate for a few days, t'- aid in tne co.upatianu
(.1 certain lpgi' a';ve bU-ILef.s, tud Wil tieO re
ain std lrocesd to Loidon to ili his place as
lii i td c r.
PAv i(, (r i,'0 .-i.1 :,,..NeW ib, r"nueys
th It the l's v. ,. A. Ii \VW;rfield, oi l'eters'tioz
\ Ir le. lIs tieenl cil,'dl to tre Chuch of the
li, ., a ,<. ar iil'wt 'y I'hb tr-tt , at a celery if
$i - 1. *. 1I. I i-i r, a 1- ,ew ci the U-,:p if
New 0orkl. -a'cy accetvic the care i f i):e acil*
i.eral on if $- Oi' y ar. ari i'.ia i w:te pla le
iti t;riadiay. lir. H~i., if the Presbyterian
Chliurch, cor er of N:netesrth st'eet and Fifth
avnt ire. bas come alil te way Irom DIub in to feed
Ihie th i k tlat wor-bil, there, w Hl he consents
to di- fir tle -r::ii s' p~ttaune uf $10,;)) a year In
g< vi ar d 4a Iander,:re ,ar-·.nOge. le d,)ctor has
he (i d cO:intry notions ablomt currency; he
docn't n l!erorsad greerla,'ks. , but piefers his
[IHo :n r s !i Rnt !. Ir. M,,r''ai Inx, of Trinity,
rt l .12 n iiO 0 aod a i,)niO ; while the mnore p -
('l in rece!v!ng Ii,' i.ies tih:I' frim fifteea fu
tweity thou-and In Illastr'. asd tne resurt of out
i ', trart w'rk ; wi.e lhenry Wa- I i ea':ler a
irtocrnr rtea hes f-r'o tenty to thirty th nlsand
Irt r;i e k Orces. ()'n 'ie other hndi, olr (;Cet.
r, e! rtoC e ' ' " rlr , -' i 'a hRav to dl ,trlb 'l 9
itf st' liia lea: wi'S tre vey. wiras paid
(rear.sr f i :ire piir .idge Frnonds and
I' r r at tal w )w it t!. n t :n 'Y trve t t mI nia
tr to :Le S'- rita a - .or nothi .g, bat i.-rt ab,-el
•or it by tie rent rf the worid.
A '-i rr i,(', r,'. --In a inlerr reocotly rea
Lte re t':e 0 i:.lO.,i:r ' T .r- t.a l a:" r y, bI
' .. I 1 e a i . i o e r t .tin .p * a:1 , tI Je f ot0 .w -
IrC ':-.a: 1 L.:l-t Tret'Ir o anclS ent Oiil:e
i Ir . .. I e, 'r - r at uis, ie ,'X.4-wl ip;)P r, whoim
in sa :.( ,:ate ( ,hohei b ' ":- I t, be vesesuary
: al c0:nt. Ati Sr)yu'l, ncar W >.erhiimirit i
Iriti olsu'ge, hby his Wli, gave "ee ahlllCIgs a
":.rI'r t , a j ' r t 3n ti, gC') a ib ., 'i p sr1h
chur h during the sermon to keep p ,p!Se awake
rather a poor corunplrment t , the clergyman -arnd
ker p dogs out t the c!hurch. Te sumi is it:!l
a:d fir that purpole. In:,lard I),vey, of Ferm
rate, firi p l.tre, in the year 1l' ,3, left eight shli
lnuns per anuanm t some poor man of the parish
of Claverly wLo ehoculd undertake to awaken
s;eepers and whip dogs from the church; ten
slilliss per annnm is still paid for that pnrpoe.
In -ne of the Lncolnabire vIFtage chuirches, a
short time since. I counted no fewer than five
sheep dogs preet during divine service. I could
not aaertain. bowever, th as dog-whipper had
erta hLo4 office.'
ITEMS UK LAST NImGHT'S MAIL.
Two companies of Fenlans were mustered into
service at Nasehville on the 13th.
A federal soldier was poisoned, Friday night, in
a begrio is Nashville, and has since died.
William B. Claflin. of Massachusetts,wasrobbed
at a "panel house," In New York, a few nIghts
since, of $600.
A new railroad, to run between Detroit and
Mackinaw, Mich., has been commenced. Capital
Timothy Heenan, who was shot a few days ago,
died at Philadelph;a, on the 14th. He was a
brother of John C. Beenan.
Brigham Young has the contract to grade the
Union Pacific railroad from the head of Echo
Cannon to Salt Lake, and has begun the work.
The Western Union Telegraph Company laid a
cable across the Missouri, au St. Josepo, Missouri,
on the 7th instant.
The national musical convention, representing
all the Germnan societies in the United St ates, with
attending delegates from foreign societies, were
t meet in Chicago on the 17th inst.
Jennie Burckhart died in Chicago on Wednes
day, from swallowing the ,oint of a needle,
which broke off while she was picktinher teeth
On the 11th the steamer Daniel Drew ran from
Yonkers to New York, distance fourteen and a
half miles,tn thirty-four mi'u'es and forty-4vese
cunds. Factest time on record.
The ext-naive ~ail flctorres of Henry Wood.
house, ones A Co., in We:l-ley, MAa'1ahnaetta,
-ere bhorned on the 14th, causing a heavy loss.
It 1a r"id that Mr. J. C. Derby, the well-known
New York publiolier, who purchassd an Aiken
trm in South Carolint last year for $1 00,3, has a
fa r prospect ot paying for at with the peach crop
of tt i year atlone.
Tie strangest elopement yet is the town ta'k of
l, well. A sappy youth of flit-en haee run away
with a stout Irish woman of fifty years who has
the Slight incumbrance of five chi dren. Tae
woman was employed by the boy's parents.
in the 8th instant, two ladies of Grattot, La
fa erte county. Wis., Mrs. G. D. Tuttle and Miss
IDoyle, were drowned in the kecatonica river.
I hey were driving in a boggy, and, when trying
to c1ites tLh riv, r, the current swept: the buggy
d,,wn stream. and both were drowned.
'the ()rhain Grls' Home, at Newton Center,
Mo,acl,hbett-, was destroyed by fire, on the 1lth,
wr, le the i;ii ar. were at church. A bTra,. be
Il I ;' tEg 'I r t stabh:-,:i r n, wit ar:o d '- roycd.
The fie r- a.,por-td to have been the work of an
A oew York afi-pat h of the 1511 says. The
bark ()rlean, froru New Orleaon, bound for
Ito:re. wan wrecked off ]litter-r 'n the it 4ht of
iht II'1. anl the captain aind li't.n-t f lthe crew
dr(ianred. 'our aeie sircd by clhiging tI por
it in- it the ire k.
ilie i-es I ti e in L.oubuii'' n the 12 h will
an, u. to $30.l.00. Mr. Carl esttn ated btiu loss
at $121 . . Mr. \'sn ggeornu, whore los was
Ia h- I in lullnier, hb. not yet niade an esttinate.
A iii e gray hoe -e and two mules belonging t o Mr.
r';.rd were coisutl, d in the conq igration ; also,
sit vn Ial wagons.
.he Na vla! TylFographical Ulioin reports give
tie (o'low-ng st:rtu, s a r the past year: 1178
nit no i, re t.ti.sted, "-" l :ai nit:: .I hv oards, 4" re
jt ,i' i, 1 wli5 ai!Iria.r by tard, 11I ,supended,
( xl ell id. 217 re st ittd, H d ,I 1, A 31 in gi, d
star dinc, s i 9 me,', rs, $21 5-.i 9G received,
$1 517 50 p r capra tax.
I. uisville hi abi-,ur twenty five tobacc facto
rice large and ania!l, a-uO ltve or a " stnifneries,
anid i.nery -ive cigar u.akers. Several of the man
utl, tolies of thewtng t bhacco are very extensive,
ath capacity to make 71i0 barxes of choice mann.
ta'rured tobacco per month, one concern recently
E'li g an order for IUO0 boxes of navy pounds,
eachi box to weigh 100).
'lire commissioners of emigration report that
73 ta07 emigrants arrived at New York up to June
3. and during the week ending June I10 the arrivals
numbered 6174, making a total of -I,7oi, which
shows a decrease as compared with the ar::ials
iup to the same date last year of 1i OiL. Tise du
bursemetts up to June 3 amounted $)42,212 25,
leaving an amount i-n hand of tIl 61'4 7,4.
At haptervi ie, l:rti:s, on non-lay, a whole
ci Lgrr gation U as i oi-out d by participation in a
ltve ia-t, tile bread ,i watlci ih .d ben prepared
iu a , ,pper P t;ie, and allowed to remain until
o~ydi, d. Abnut one hundred and ,' '-ty persons
partnok of ,he poison. Antidotes wt -e a Iminis
tered, and the iaj.iltny orea lkely to recover,
but several were in a very dangerous condition.
At the Chantilly races, near Paris, on the 2tth
ult., an American named Urban, aged thirty-two,
ran acrcss the track just as the horses started,
and was knocked down by ont of them, receiv
ing ir.ju iese rom which he died in a few houis.
The papers say that two hundred thousand francs
wate found in his pocket.
An American alven ireMs has been arrested an
L)tne for stea.;ig gils in a dry goods store.
Upi n being searched `t the headquarters of the
tui Irce. two large bags were foul I tied around
her body. both of them well filled vithet lten artl.
cles, end in her trunksatthe hotel were also found
a gre at many goods which she had stolen in Paris.
Shle will be sent for eight or ten years to the des
olate shores of New Catedonia.
A Mr. Kerr, of Elinbuirgh, has invented a re
flector for a locomotive, by the means of which
thie ngrineer is able to see the rear of his train,
the ( tductor and el! wh are eitr gettnlog on or
t'l, without moving from his seat. It esan be ar
rsneed for any length of train byaWpy'chang.
ing the angle of reflection. It has been tried on
the Jefferseoville. Ind., road, and pronounced a
success in every respect.
The Mississippi liver is depositing a send-bar in
Ircut of the northern p,,rt of nt. Louis. which
tlroutoris to make that city inaccess;b e for eon
ric:nrab,le vereels, the channel t-nding more and
more toward *he illinois side of tie river. The
measures hitherto) adopted to a-rest the mischief
nave made it wore. aid thei water comrnission
er with the alltrevali of tiie nlaiur, recommend
that a ml eteut enDineer be c'nployed to devise
a li-i idy.
Altr nhe honrhardment of Hoasmita, the allles
lt .de a r" .ined atta -k on true rear of that nost
0i n togarr: poete'i n of thl Otrestf G ran Chas-.o,
and iterely cut ofl the a,':rnruaiications of the
l'aregnaysns. the rassail: was reioised after a
derlirrate -.gaglei'rent, sid the allies ornielled
to relinlllljh the atfeltpit. Thie rege of ilrinirua
sill cvl tinues, and the fortresa is closely invested
by land and water.
1 he alr,ual Ilarvard regatta for aix-oared boats
tot k place on thle 13th. I rve thousand spectators
were present. 'The tirst race, for the beso-is cup,
aid six silver gublets to the second boat. distance
three milee, was won by the Freshmen crew. in
2(:35,.. The Scient fics were second, in 21:23.
The secod ra.e, eitween thie Juinor second and
thlld crews ard the Sophomn-le a. cold crew, dis
tance two mies, was won by the Junior third
crew, 15:I a.
A' o;d n.an r.-m d War'1 was kil;ei in Te
<no sch, ?i- liran a flw u ir ag ,. lie had Ih dw
in that plat-, erire x al',.e, tnr thirty years; uo
one knew wenc te . came, and about the only
fact he cvmiarorlca'r d t' lil nrichb!oras, was that
he was in constart dread of thire hlMao:isn. Some
igenioius theotl t has tartI.d the story that Ward
was the original and velah' blMorgan, whose
myste riouns dieapt .raralno some foray years ago
suiilTl:el trie raw uoati:rid tor S ,lei Ol toL biterest
poitlcal carpla.grus il o-.: i:-.oiy.
Mrs. Idloda UI3rg, a ar-tow evaonty-sit years of
ig-, died in C:,.e.ea, M -.iluv;:ot a Irw days
natce. Int m the ,lr::ts ol a cigiut a ratcn made
Uota herhard i v a tinr' riabbiti. At *irst rinothing
was t',,,ught ol lthe nOr-a' r, as tlu skirt was
scarcely broken and i', blowl, was drawn. A
lr, rt t me sf;erwar.I the arm ,. san to swell.
witn e\cruciatilr:g pn, a:]d c ,t- .ad to do so
until t~.e Fkin Il',t .1 deri e, .-0d, ten d ys
atter tIe OCCuuorelur. It I. supp)e I thiat some
p .. ..n- ,i s lj t tt ' r I.aJ a r ":h -l it 'l il t the rab -
bit' c·laws, and ltiis fourd its way lnt the sye
temrn of the tdet ecat d.
I e tot1 lios, by ti g preat fire at Mlarqlette,
3 ~t cea. wilh evteecr $1 -',,ii'i. Included in the
lriperty d.strroyed are fori" stores, the post
ofee, tihe custom house, the United Sta3ted land
-t!,ce, the court hlouse, the coUaty treasurer's
ottcr, the Fdt Nati, nal Rank, several private
re-ident ens nd r.: ad ,lepo!s, a machine shop
, two diuk., wilrh 1-',c ireatle work. Four
enltire hlocks were burned over. Nearly all the
bi :Ildmgsn were of wro]. The los - tihe Mar
,4eiee and lbay de No' 'rt lailway Company csa
no(' be !eSs than half ali '::',r .olilar, i)- the de
sa'ruction of it, docks and bunlding. T'e inonr.
snrie is eo(rnparatvely ann3l. iv-ery store in the
'own was deasteyet.
A sensation Ias been created in Ban Prancisco
by a letter from a young lady, formerly Miss Wil
son, who spent six or eight months in that city.
She married a y' ung Frenchman whom she had
known in New York, and who stood very well in
society. She went with him to Paris, whore his
parents denied the validiiy of t'.e marriage, on
the grond that he was not twenty-five years old
when the ceremony was performed, and had not
obtained the consent of his fatler, and e.lso on
the ground that the bans cere not published, ae
requIred by the Fnrnch law.