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THE NEW ORLEANS GRESENT.
VOLUME XVII. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 21, 1868. NUMBEI
-roelaw T3 a3s or
·ommetramd Extrar bsapsrlr.
IT W3NOW15 MLACK SPOTS. PIXXPLS, MOTE
4 PATOUR AND ALL IIUPTIONS
Or THE SIN.
Saths Sp1tg sotehs e O 0ts ast ara, ame.ses a
hagda aad R3LMIOLD'S SIOQLY CONCEITRATID
EXTRACT OF AMAPABILLA is s mdt of the
YOUNG LADIMi. BBWAE t !the IsMirs W eels of
woss Pewdors ad Wases. An seh remedles mus p lbe
pores of the skh. sd is a tsert tie dsray the eomptera.
If ye weud haves borse heahy oI d M r tfl A ppurouas,
Ui HBELMOLD'3 1S1TM A SARAPAIILLA.
Pd a fAvefKwi wa tludus thoa salet mklad Satee
tsmeeerrapslmf the bleid. IWIlIOLD EXITRACT
SAISAPABILLA I3 A AEMEDT e r atme o s
SENIEOLD'IS ITROT IAISAPAUILA slghs..
sad 4,n.sm hanssi.e bom u wi gs Kor hltk lat.f t
spiam had prost Bte homem tht maknh dsms.
QUANTITY VT. QUALITY-WELMDOLD'S XITRACT
SAR.APARILLA. The dmu lb smc. Them wvh duals a
srge quasthy aod l rgdesms of adiea sams.
TheNs wo dedg IlIL lANOT OP OMPlLEXION
mast pret ad ealeh th Moed, whish BWLMUOLDI'
00ICEITIATSD IXTRACT OP ISARAPARILLA
ZIVAIAIBLT DOs. Ask roe H hebisda TAXI NO
NIGHLY CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT
IRADIATE ERPTIVE AND ULCERATIVE DISEASES
-e0 BD URZ TN APPZEANArC,
Trl IM sU zi of xnUCvz
amhW0 DAIU TmPPA,
To emastseof Dsmesms, hmadltme of sherawls, ad Is
behkm by Adulbs amd Obadrom with
Twoa7ablemanl of HELUSOLDS ExZatrut eof sarea
pas, adde sn p of wae is equal Is the Liseoe DMst
Dramea.. adme billu Is eual sa M ba of sd usparla, or
te dastnsets as memsy meld.
IS TE GImAT DIvIIrTO.
HELMBOLD'B CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
is THE GREAT h.OOD PUIIFIIR.
Beth ae progpmd assowdisg h thu Tils of Pharmacy sad
Chemistry, lad em the mewt mntie Nhat cas be madae
cONCIArTIDUD UID EXTACtr
Is a martdaleeor of the
_naase, 1113.5% bawl, 3n y Oganic
Ifs r eatmeI lhmttd i O a or Isslty
may eem Our Flek ad led re srtd fhmrm ths
HnALTH AND HAPPINms,
-'d that of POSUTIITY. depods aps peumpt ass of ars
real aet is elamod as Peamat Moddass-meet of which are
prOparsd by m.ofstyled Docsero, whe, In masy instanso, areo
too Imerat usd a phystimls implesat premscrpto. much
Are p-oasad is yam heum thsg otuils .ibea ta-ou
ateod wib sgors e aeoassedbtiofhiddlsg ia solution much
Is. oireth matter tha walter alas, ad the syrup areo
ethervtm ejeetiseuble, fer the patlu a trequOantly ae.
ied ad tihe semeh srled by tBe leg preperto of
sept thkeop the deeoctioa trom spollag.
Hes tBe advutagen sad oeperterity of th Fridsi Z-nae
ea atr8ogly smaose.
The Suest aes of their seperlerlty tlB ho a comnlesou
MY LADSOATOIT 101 TER MASUFACYTEN OF
FLUID EXTRA(TS hes bela vhted by theoseds of phy
lcimsa ead drgglte hem all perts of the aUnomd Sam. sad
the meds t preparalilea receied tairaOlmoa sommeada.
aSt a Muse sad oder. ard immdhlte la hacr mesloa.
3. T. INELMSLr,~ ,
DrugIt, of aghesoe uare' , eriieace, sad masutaror
eo BlbetL m e Gemuicr, Peretlu.b
Parispel DeeULmbol Drug sad Chemical Waess
oue Ms. Is m a rDLy No vYrk, sa trepoloe S
1etes; amd helmbOelaeSteel Depet, No. 105 eath Youh I
resI U swhosenawsel W a
Ness mee giusm salems dous ep tl ii t agouved o
with he dans or my ebl varhueme.oudne M
cemes of BTe aisents p rpslas r t is e tleiout esesm U
(b l 9rSm.J rlnumrd
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I mI ~~C·~rSI ~ ~r·~
THE OREEOENI' DIBPATOHEI
VITO 0F THB ARX&I&US BILL.
THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
PROCEEDING8 OF CONGRESS.
A General Amnesty Expected.
Pardon of a Confederate General.
IHE CHANCES OF CANDIDATES Ar THE-FOURTH OF
WA~rNor O, June 20.-The following is the
president's messag vetoing the Arkansas bdl :
" The approval of this bill would be an admie
Maon that the act for the more efcient govera.
ment of the rebel States, and acts upplemental
thereto, were proper and onstitutional ; where
as, the president's opinion is unchanged in this
respect, but rather strengthened by results
attending their execution. If Arkauesm is not a
State, this bill does not admit her; if she is a
etate, no legislation is necessary to her repre
sentatiCo inCogress. ach hese, under the
Couwstiutlo, judges the election returns and 1
qualifications of its own members, and nothing Is
necessary to restore Arkansas but the decision of
each house of the eligibility of those presenting
credentials. If this plain and simple plan of the
Conmtitasten had been adopted in 1865, instead of
legislation of doubtful constitutionality, and
therefore unwise and dangerous, restoration
would long since have been accomplished. The
preident again resommends the adoption of j
the constitutional plan. The terms pro.
posed are scarcely appliable to a territory-
certainly not to a State which ha
ocecpied a place in the Unleo for verw quarter
of a century. The president is umable to And
any authority for the conditions of the bill in the
federal Constitution. The elective franchise is
reserved by the Constitution to the States them
selves. The bill fails to provide how Arkansas
shall signify her acceptance of the fundamental
conditions. nor does it prescribe penaltidee for
their nullification. It is seriously questioned
whether the Constitution haL bee ratified acecord
IDSto the law assumed to be in force before its
ption. The Artanue Constitution restricted
frnchise on its ratification by tests us
known in the reconstruction acts-among
thus the acceptance of the political and
civil rights of all men. It is well known
that a large portion, if not a large majority of
eleek tr do not accept this test, and If applied to
voters North there is rason to believe many of
them would remain away from the polls rather
the comply with Its degradi conditions."
The president concldes: "Should the people
of Arkansas. therefore, desiring to reguainte the
elective franchise o as to make it conform to
the CGontitutien of a large proportion of the
States of the North and West, modify the pro
visions referred to in the fundamoental condition,
what is to be the consequences. Is it'fntended
that a denial of representation shall follow, and
if so, may we not dread at some future day a re
corrensee of the troubles which have eo long agi
tated the country ? Would it not be the part of
wisdom to take for our guide the federal Consti
totioe, rather than resort to measures which.
looking only to the present, may in a few years
renew, in an ggravatd form, the strife sand bit
teme cased i gilastion whloh hn proved to
be l-timed and unlortunte "
WBuse-e-Oocapied with unimportant mattersm u
til the veto of the Arkansas bill was recelved,
when the bill passed over the veto by 110 to 31-a
strict party vote, except Stewart, of New York,
who voted with the Repehians.
The Kentucky election contest then came up
and was discussed to adjournment
enaaLe-A memorial from 1300 printers and book
binderrepresenting Americanindustry, paralyzed
by cheap foreign labor, asks for a protection tariff.
A similar petition was presented from laborers
and citines of Delaware.
The bill dividing Illnois Into two Judicial dis
tricts, with coauts at Cairo and Springfleld pased.
A lage number of penslon bills pawed.
Without acting on the veto, the Senate went in.
to executive sesion and doursed.
The tax bill reported today comes up on Mon
day, sad will eoaupy the Hor without interrnp.
tis until concloded. It reduces the tax on
whisky to sixty cent. It is elaborate in detail for
It is thought probable that a general amnesty
will be proeelaimed on the Fourth of July.
The pmr et has nominated Richard W. M.
Eller of customs for the TVohe district
of Louisiana, and Henry C. Momers receiver of
moneys as the land office at Naohitoohes, La.
Tbeo1esidea has pardoned Confederate Gen.
The oorruption committe oontinues examining I
Speculative calculations by very high Demo
cratic oauthority fix the chances for the nomina
tion at New York as follows: Pendleton two in
ten; Chase two in ten. Heaook. Doolittle, Hen a
dricks, Dix and half a dozen others range lower. 1
Close and Impartial reading indicates that Chase's (
chanes are very good, and equally olose and Inm
partial watching hure demonstrates that Chase fE
desires., and that potent frinads are working (
asseideously. for his nomiastio.
The president has nominated J . Treenor as
sesor for the Louisville dretriot, vice Cdgar
Needham, incumbent rince Mr. Lnooln's first
Rollins and MeCulloeh iodorse the change.
Secretary McCulloch has assured prominent
Maryland Democrats that he will use hie Influence ;
to have objectionable officers in that State re
moved. McCulloch is evidently making smooth
water. His resignation or removal is improba
The lio Remevate senpseved a Week. 1
JAceRou, MIss., June 20.-The following dis
patch relative to the removal of Gov. Humphreyt
and Attorney General Hooker, was received to
day at the Democratic Executive Committee
rooms, from Washington:
"Gen. J. D. Preeman-RemovalsI disapproved,
and reasos demanded. Signed,
' zEVz L MATYI.rWS." j
Humphreys and HLker are canvassing the
State in oppolitson to the proposed Conmlitntion.
The Demoecrat claim that they will carry the State
by 20,000 majority. The election blegins on Mon
day, the 22d.
FROM IUROPI. p
naltlltnl Reqluem Mell PsiP e lpeesek
by BTas WilItam-The se*ms Amerens
PFa, June 20.-At a grand nquiem, hid here
yesterday, ia memory of Maximilian, Carlotta,
M'me Miramono and many i ionsm were present.
The all steamer from Rio Janeiro reports that
after repeated assaults the allies had determined
to redece Humant by lgeI. The Paragayans
are united in support of Lopes and the war. n
BnELm, June 20.-King Willian of Prns, n
a short pacioi spch, close the North German ,
Bnacroft centemplatsm visiting the South Gerw
man courts. Col. Biis, eretary of the legation,
will act during his (Bwaeroft's) absece.
8oar-ruwn Pam, June 3--11 A. e.--asem-e
ts Di Wind sthwoest; geed bses. Ar t
rived: Behoomer l, Johusoneetess, Mie sal '1
.1kWi, 12 psbA mUS Mups bcl ~ is Lumewn- r
Seol with live eok, put m for proviios and
water. Baled: Steamehip Sherman sad ship
Bounrwssr PAss, June 20-4 F. x.-Barometer
29.65. Wind southwest, fresh. Arrived: Btasm
ship Uadtod States, Borton, master, from New
York with merchandise and paengers. to Wood,
Low & Ledwigeeg: schooner Frederick I. Rnult,
master, from Rastu with fruit to Plaggio Bros.
Sailed: Steauship d(rescsnt
Vlcassue,. June 20.-Pased up-Oroeseeok at
5 P. M. yesterday, and Horer, with bargee, at I
s ooa to day. Down-Allen, as 11 this morning.
River falling four inches daily.
r. Loois, June 20.-River recedin. 1
LOFISVILLK. Jane 20.-River faling, mine feet
sine ineihes the canal. Weather clear and warm.
1, NUL NROUL
Bas FPUaesco, June 19.-A rook slide occurred
1. on the Pacifie Central Railroad, killing several
The irst train reached Reno yesterday. NIne
thoesand workmen are engaged.
IF Three charters have been effected for the first
gaia eargoes, at three pence to Liverpool.
PoarLAWo, Ms., June 20.-A boat containing
eight men capeised this morning and five were
drowned. All were Frenchmen, and four leave
Naw Your, Jnose 20.-A steam tug towing a
barge exploded off pier No. 1, East river. The t
tog saunk. All the crew were more or less inojured.
g One man drowned.
MoToomanr, Jane 20.-Fine and seasonable
rains have fallen is different parts of Alabama in
the last few days, coming just Ina time to save the
a corn crop, which was nearly burnt up.
Members of the legislature elected under the
t- reconstruation law are arriving in anticipation of
i. the omnibus bill. None but radicals were elected,
l as the anti radicals acted on the suggestion of the
t. reconstruction law, and defeated the Constitution
I and legislature by non-voting. t
a CAANDrIoA, N. Y., June 20.-The district a
a court has sentenced Allen Hewlett to the peni
a tentiary for one year and eleven months, for
- secreting property from assignee in bankruptoy. L
i This is the first conviction reported under the
d bankrupt law.
e TALLAHA.IU, FLA., June 20.-Tn the legisla
if tore to day Elijal Gilbert, radical, was elected
g U. B. senator for six years from March, 1869, by "
e 40 to 21. During the afternoon session a majority
I of members were greated leave of absence to
d July 7th. In the meantime the minority will meet
a and adjourn.
a ATLANTA, June 20.-The governor, elect, has
if just returned from Washington. and it is rumored t
that the legislature will be convend on the 4th of I
a here have been fine rains in this section of
r the State, and crops are looking well.
a NARERT I
s =I.ZB. -
S Loxnow, June 20.-Holidev to-day.
FRANxFORT, June 20.-Bonids 771@77. I
d LivaarooL, June 20--Noou.-Ootton tirmer but
prices unchanged. Sales 15,000 bales. Ltagar c
d LiviaroOL, June 20-Evening.-Cotton market
Afirmer-uplands Illd.; Orleans 11d. Sales to.
day 15,000 bales. Corn 13s. 8d.
NEw Your, June 20--Afternoon.-Cotton
steady; uplands 310.; sales to-day 1500 bales.
Flour 10,l6e. lower-State superfine to extra
$7@8 75. Wheat dull. Corn-mixed Western
$1 06@1 07. Whisky dull and nominal. Others'
Sounchanged. Money easy and dull at 3@io. for
rcall lons. Gold 140f"~1401. Sterling dull at 1
S110. Governments steady. t
Slaw Your, June 20.-Evening.-9toeks steady.
Governments active sad closed. The bank state.
Sment shows a decrease in loans of $1,024.000; in
circulation $47,000; increase in deposits $113,000;
in legal tenders $3,362,000; sub-treasury balance
d(JALYtasow, June 19.-Bulletin's weekly cotton r
statement shows receipts of 372 bales. Exports- d
foreign 1343 bales, cosatwise 571 bates. Stock
4037 bales. Sales of the week 690 bales. Good
SAVANNAn, June 20.-Cotton firmer butnothing
doing, holders a-king too high. Middling 30 C@
31e. Receipts 73 bales.
CUnstnLaro, June 20.-Cotton quiet. Bales t
100 bales. Middlings 29J430c. Receipts 87
bales. 1xporta, cosetwlse 37 bales.
Moan., Juoe 20.-Cotton-nothing doing; re. I
ceipts 14 bales.
LOulnv LLt. June 20.-Pales 89 hhda. tobacco;
lugs to mediam leaf $9 60@16 25. Superfine flour
$7 56(u8. Wheat $2@2 15 for old and new. Corn '
90(96c. Oats 78@f80. Rye $1 701@ 75. Me e
pork $28 25®28 60. Lard 1741(8c. in tierces r
and 19019. l9 n kegs. n kegs. Bacon olders 13
131c., clear rib sides 17c., clear sides 17 0.
Bulk meate-shoulders 12 c., clear sides 160c..
Whisky-nothing doing. Prices nominal.
CINCIxNATI, June 20.-Flour dull; family $9 50
f8$9 75. Wheat $2 05@$2 15. Corn 88c. Oats
76c. Pork $2k. Bulk meats-Shoulders 11,j4
12c. Lard held at 171c. Butter 26@30c. o
Eggs 20c. 1
LIT. Loris, June 20.-Flour dull and unsettled.
Wheat and corn unchanged; 80@85c. Oats 75c.
Pork $28 26 $28 50. d
S OUTHERI ITEMS.
Terrebonne had abundant rains last week. c
On the 7th inst. Col. Hervey Deskins, aged 65 a
t years, died in Jacksonville, Floyd cnunty, Ga. f
f The Ouachita Telegraph of the 17th announces t
the death of Dr. John Calderwood, Sr., an oldand
esteemed citizen of Monroe. a
nla avannah recently a drunken dog named tI
SBliggioe shot and killed his wife. Hit frequent
beatings of her had previously resulted in an ti
At a tournament in Memphis, on the 17th, Geo. b
SW. McKle, of Tullahoma. Miss., won the p'ise, a
and selected as his queen Miss Katie L. Avent. i a
Thirteen knights contested. General James R. t
I Chalmers took the lead in the ceremonies. o
A 8outhern exchange says that Mrs. Beeoter p
SBtowe is going to establish a school at Aiken, w
SGa., for the benefttof mulatto children that have ti
been born in the SBoath since it Inavasion by Yan
The Planters' Banner announces the grateful T
visitation of rain in the parish of St. Mary, and in
the evrived condition of corn and sugar. The D
same paper says the Spanish flies have been mat d.
in g sad havoc in some of the gardens of that tt
The Thibodaux Beotainel says: "We hear occa- pi
sional complaints of dry weather, but generally a
our country friends express themselves higlyi ay
pleased with the prospect before them.and unless na
some unexpected misfortune occurs, the cora will m
be above a fair average."
The Oachits Tlegraph of the 17th says: "We
have to report a wek of exoedgiy dry, sultry s
weather, in whoich corn has suffered considerably, ol
being now at the moat critical period in its w
Sgrowth. The injury, however, may be compen. p
sated by the rapid and vigorous growth of theb
ycung cotton, which standing a drought better than ne
corn has rather been improved instead of injured
by the waunt of rain."
At a late dinner in North Carolina., there sat 0!
down to the table three ex-governors, a ex
justice of the BSupreme Court. two ex members of
Congress and some other men of honorable dis
toction in their State, and the only person in the
room who could vote or hold office was the negro di
who waited on the table. Such is reconstruction.
The Thibodaux Sentinel ways: "Some two weeks C
since a crevasse occurred on the lands of Harang
SBoueseaus, formerly Pitman & Barrow, which
proved too formidable to be closed, and is still
running, without any probability of its being
closed until the bayou falls. fome twenty odd
families, living from six to fifteen miles below i
Lockport, left bank, will lose all or a portion of
theircrops. by this misfortune. The police jury
met on Monday last to take soame action in re
gard to the closing of the breach, but did nothing '
more than to instruct the syndic to execute ex
Tha Charleston Courler learns that in Camden,
on Monday, an outbreak occurred among the
negroes in that vicinity, in the progress of which ti
several of the most prominent citiens were th
forcibly incarcerated, and two of them hung, ad 81
that the sheriff of the distriot, in a futile effort to at
commeund the pace, had beeun fatally shot. It th
appars that the company of federaj soldier th
wilch had been sent to that plnt, at the earnest be
scic.atis of the citseua, to quell tLe dsturb- to
saces which were thratend tn coneequesee of K
the killing of 5.. W.Di lasIt week, had re
elved notice that lwere to he relieved by a s
eompay ofr Colm m rd without wL fr at
Sthe reief t mretve, had sarted fres ~e s
I The iges, kin adu t teif r sahmee, bi
, reema mee d enmimt he hearibY o t O
. ra al 4 to.9
a Pal uatnnu .
t Bero3rOuaAL Basviars.-spt. Preemsn, of
the revenue cutter Wilderess. towed to the oity
the Peasseoa steamer idue, feund with a
, broken shaft o St Joseph's Light, a Misipp
0 We have authority, which ean be eroduoed
when called for, for the following facts: About
two weeks ago a gentleman conneoted with an
extensive foundry sad boiler factory nla the Pirst
District, received an anonymous letter, warming
him that articles of value were stolen at a early
at boor every morning from the establihkent. The
t gentleman set himself to watch. bei a negro
with a large roll of heet copper in hi posses
sion, and recognizing him as a head that had
been employed about the plea. he, had him ar.
t reted by the policeman near. The negro there
a. upon stated that another negro, a confidential
man, constantly employed about the foundry, nad
who had the key to the gate, wasu in the habit of
banding out tolls of sheet copper to him, which
he was also In the habit of taking to a receiver's
on Tchoupitoulas street. The two negroes ead
Sthe receiver were arrested and onfed in prion.
al The case came off yesterday, and although both
the negroes had expressed their enxiety to testify
a as to the receiving of the goods sad the enaour
agement given them by the white man on Tchoep
It loulas street, they were not admitted to the wit
nes stand; and they. the Ignorat instrueate,
R were sent before the First District Ooort, sad the
re really guilty, the receiver and inciter, was
re released and is again at his nefariou trade.
On Friday evening a ' Phantasmagoria exbibi
a tion, with scripture and miseellaeous illustra
1e tions" Is to be given at the Coliseum Place Baptist
i. Church, under the auspices of the Ladles Miseoi
ary Society. Refreshments are to be provided for
0 guests in an adjoining room, and every other ar
a rangement will be made to insure the esjoyment
e of those who attend. We are indebted to the
committee for a complimentary ticket of larint
f Upon motion of Judge Whitaker, counsel for
. ex-Mayor Heath, further proceediags in the writ
e of queo tarranto, served upon Mayor Conway,
In were yesterday dlecootioned, in oousequenoe of
the reply made from headquarters to Joudge Whit
:t aker's inquiry on the subject, as published in the
CI CRaecNT of yesterday.
ir Jean Meatier, the miuing charcoal dealer, hay
!. ing seen la the daily papers notices of his dasap
C pearance, has come to light again.
The temperature estrdy, as show by the
- thermometer at C. Puamel's, corner Bienville
d and Chartre street, was as follows: At GA. m.
'y 76 degrees: 12 x. 86: 3 r.. 80: 6 r. 78.
y Frank Neville. alias Stax, charged with post
0 office robberies last winter, has been transferred
It from the custody of the police authorities to that
of the U. 8. marshal.
i Judge Duplactier, of the Sixth District Court,
d has dismissed a sult brought against the Southern
'f Express Company to recover $250, the alleged
value, interest. etc., of a package said to contain
if 100 in gold, shipped from here in 1861, in care
of the company, to a point in Kentucky. The
package, it seems, never was delivered at its dee.
tination, having been, it is said, lost in transitu ;
but the claim, not having been presented within
ninety days after its shipment, as was required by
the contract on the receipt, was declared ground
less by the'court.
itBy invitation of Csptain Chfldrees we took the
one male wagon, last evening, with several
friends, on Canal street, and trotted down at a
t breakneck pace to the Half Way House. The
"cap" has jst reopened the celebrated old
"Half Way,' where the sports of the turf and
pecple of all kinds have ever been in the habit of
. breathing their swift roadsters and refreshing
their inner man. We discovered everything in
n excellent order-the bar bountifully suppled
with the best of whiskies, brandies sad other
liquors; whilst the champagne which mine host
it poured out was only equaled tn Its quality by the
prodigality with which it was dispensed. It was
the genuine cliquot and frappe. at that. The
. captain has a capacious ane elegant parlor for
use of ladies. Duane, whose name Is ideetifed
with pistols and coee, has a rifle and pistol gal.
e lery close by, at which amateurs and others tiat
may desire to practiee, or to kill time, can amus
themselves; whilst the fragrant and elegant gar.
dens, with their leafy labyrinths, offer the most
k seductive inducements to such as may have some
d soft love tale to relate or to listen to. We can
honestly advise our readers to attend the Half
gway Hoese, as it is now kent, for Chilldress will
not only ,tave the best of liquors and refresh.
menats, bat the best order sad decorum kept
A rare scene occurred yesterday in the Third
District court room. A learned and honorable
. gentleman, who has filled seats both inthe Distriet
and in the Supreme Courts, was attorney for cer
tain prties, in a case wherein another law*, no
less distinguisbed in the realms of spirituallm,
was his antagonist. The spiritualist accoused the
ex judge of not adhering with strict truth to the
record. The exjoudge, in answer, seised an ink
stand, and with that awful instrument in his right
band, he thundered forth denunciation afler o.
nunciation upon his adversary's head. The matter
weas summarily ended just as it was rese a
0 fighting point, by the judge of the court, who -
Sclared the ase adjourned till next November.
The jovial minute clerk, who, up to the moment
of the handling of the inkastand, had been pacildly
writing out his day's proceedings, and dreaming,
with open eyes, of the deer and alligators he is to
shoot to-day, dodges, in consternaton, under his
desk, thinking the tables had been turned, and I
that instead of " ze tigaire" being huated, he had
turned upon his pursuer. 1
We are indebted to the lady teachers of the
De Soto School for an invitation to attend their 4
commencement exercises on Wedeeday next, t
and to those of the Webster School for a simlar
favor, the examination to take place to-morrow, t
5 the 22d inst.
I The annual public exercises in the Grammar t
and Primary Schools (both white and colored) of
I the First District will take place to morrow.
t The number of milch cows turned out of the
stables in the rear ot the city drnlag the afternoon
is hardly to be computed. The pasuturare are poor, L
but the milkmen judge very properly that fresh
air and a few green weeds are better than physic I
- aed stall food. If the milkmen would only club d
together and sow the biLds in the neighborhood
of the park-or in fact all the fields in the back I
par or n, from Carrollton to the barracks
Stimothy gres, Bermuda gras, or clover,
Sthey would reap tenfold benefit both in richnaesr
- f the milk and in the quantity of feed.
A negro meeting was held a fewpJlght ago, on
1 Terpichore street, at the homse f a negro, and
I in honor of the Rant GratiScation nomination.
a During the magniloquent proceeda4gs in the
- dwelling, a select committee on store. bore off
Sthe store from the kitchen, with all its paurapher t
nalin-etove pipe, tin utensils, kettle, etc. The n
proprietor should have remembered the sable
Sadage about the red hot stove; bat he swears E
earnestly that a RaBnt Gratflcation msetlmg shall
Snever again bhold a seslon on his premisee. The b
majority of the gentry composing such meetings
are exceedinly light . a
SThe passe-by might have eemn yesterday,
seated on the floor of the marbe doorway of one
of cur principal banks, a poor woma in rage,
with one child lying mtretchbed asleep oa the cold
- pavement beside her, sad another-an Infant-st
I her breast Whether she was an imposter or g
I not, the sight was In either event pitiful enough.
AcAnnY or Mrstc!.-To-night the season
o!oees, and the annoccement will not be a wel- i
come one, we fancy, to those who during the past
winter and spring have derived so much enter.
tainment from the various burlesques and variety
performsances llered at the Academy. For the
closing occasion a good bill is announced, icln- o
ding a double polka by Missee Evers and Wood,
comic selections by Jennie Eogei, Ethilopian dell- e
neations by Parker, Carter and Schcoocraft, and
the last local sensation, " Base Baill." caricaturing
various characters about towan. We hope the sea
son may have a brilliant torminastion, and that, as
the curtain goes down, enthusiastic applause may
give the management an ssnmornane that their ef
forts to please have been pprnciated. To-morrow b
evening, in response to a frequentyepree d de
shre upon the pert of her friends, Jennle Ea.
gel to have a complimenty benefit. The pro.
gramme will eonsit of "The Dramatic Agency," *
" Base Ball," and thatsterling farce, the "FPera i
,RrGATA Ow mT Lii Snonr-With the re- a
t~a of the boating season come the intelhigesc
that the enterpring people of our little oty of si
Shleldeborough (y Loui) will hold naregatt l
at that plaie on t 1th and Ith prex., ander
the rles oft the Cresent City Yaht Club. Om a
Sthe frt day the fst and seend lus prims Wi
be sa16 d 10,10 ad the seooadd thereis s
to be a sweepe d of 0 fr aboi ref alU l
Masy t as rne ls the pleeent munr 8i
whicL the smier ofea olst year poesed ci
at the Bay, ad wedmrl expect toes a hue B
tsanuce at this the epem regitao dhe i
o a sheon heof.eig e iaef JE o: Mo
epr., 0. 0e. Unl e; s e- r ew OtIrme, el. J.
,Spmgs . h, u zJ rn-n L
:Teb; MWauppl "-, -- yst.LeMb, Thee.
Tan PFaarn's Pamnvri..- . at the Pair
tf Groeuis the Phemema's aadiablie Aimeelaine
Y will Mema their SeMtlvties, piemesay heaIga
Sread a week neS. The laslres oe the aser
tl tabmeat are decideDly atsoease as aassaeeeed
ia the pogreame. There wilt he ahek an W. *
Sd racer by head, haltf iase had eals as.a i
t half e track trotting re. a o s f mle feet
a race a 100 yard foot ram for well me and
it smier for men om eru aseek races fear i
I veales and adults, greased pig hase, sad e
f uma tapaichcrea amusement. Jaeger's band L
e will disourse the musido, and a strog police terse
will be in atteadanes to preserve order.
WAsiaas CONcLAvn Na. e, 8. W. K.-Tbe t
members o th well kaown ad respeeted or
anslsa eelebrated thsi swalverery pestr.
,i day by an eter meat sad hell a the Lake b
a End. Betf taking the ea free Peateherwtal a
, depot they marched thro c ee of the pel*.
h cipal strats, Soompaded with musec, sddid b
aot forget, in passg the Caamat o ses, to halt p
d and favor s woit a compilmest.
I. Ioti. CoaCLAVS No. 11, 8. W. M.-There was C
h a large attendance of the membera of the 8.. W.
SM. at Perseveance Hall, eaer of St. COlade
and Damala streets, on the ocn of the ia. I
stallatlon of the follow~ag osers loia oe- p
olave No.11, vi : I A.Galogne oblet L . E.; ;
. A. D. Beroody chancellor; Mio George, pro I
Sar; L A. Louls scribe; V. Shehr treeera ; e
a L. Lambert, inspector general; Aes. Thro, 1
herald: E. Levy, sentinel; A. L. Tiesot, prelate.
In addition to the ceremonies of lutallation the a
-evening was marked by two pleasing epleodes, ia b
It the presentation of a costly regalias o Mr. Kilhel
George, provost of the Conclave, sad of a old a
r medal to chief L. M. A. Calon Sabe. tI
" q tly, te company journd to tie hall be- d
I low, whee speeches ad toesl coladed the i
Sexercibss of the eveaing. e
ft. Maytr' COLLsonL-TLoe san l ala- d
r tion of the students of St. Mars College will
t tke place to-morrow and Tuosday eveslnat
the National Theatr. The colge baed sad w
choir will be in attendance, together with the
orobestra, to enliven the occasion by musical per
e formances-the wholeof this portion of the pro- I
gramme being under the direction of Profesor J.
SEckert. The entertainment, beside the eustoe
ary examination in the various branches, will m- I
brace exercises in declamationa, the teat oame
between Brutes and Casins, sad a comedy in
Sthree ats, entitled "The Village Lawyer." We 1
can promeis our readers a rare display of pred.
ciency by the pupils of this prosperous instit
Rd Boanxr.-Thieves entered a groery store a
t corner of Chippewa and Fourth streets, early
yesterday morning, by forcing open the blinds of u
a front window. Some cigars wre stolen, and
I also about a hundred dollars whloh had beee left
in the store. The money-drawer was found lying
Sempty in the street in the moraing. About the
e same time some thieves, probably the same pera.
a ties, broke out the slats in a rear blid of he
house of Mr. Wilder, corner of Washington seet. ii
and entering the house, stole a varity of artislee
I and between twenty and thirty dollars in ash. 01
V No arrests have been made ln either case.
Ftnsa DIwrtZr Cocar.-Iaformation were w
lodged against the following yesterday:
1 Miton Hardwick, larceny; Mrs. John, assault 0
and battery; Dennis Paul, asseault with a dager-.
ous weapou; A. Gillovih, mayhem. h
Bill Johnson waseatenced to yeal r i the
I Penitentiary for barglary; J. Kern, thirt days
in the Parish Prisoa for larcea; Thomas hi
six months hard labor in the Peaienary for r
aosy; Jean Loas, one year's hard labor li the a
1 Pententlary f oor bar ey entering and rob.
r bing a dwelling; James H on, six moth' lard
t labor in the Penitentiry for laroeny; Henry
SScott, same penalty for asme obae. I
Harvey Gibbs was discharged from custody.
Firm Dranscr Count-MKcClbbin, Ttfor qf o
r His Minor Children, rs. Bam'1 Hastings.-This >
I case was submitted night before last, but the 1
ury could not agre, and weae discharg yea
Sterday about It A. x. We andrtand evsa n
Swere for a verit tin favor of defendsat, sad ive
for damages. Mr. McCubbin is an employd it a
I the street commissioner's department, sad, we ma -
t derstand a near connection of the street commle- p
Sioner. The street commissioner was an impor
tent witness in the case, sad his answer were s
I not a little puzallng to the attorney who erse. a
questioned him. In the aguges O of Elisabeth,
Shis answers were " snswerles." Pear or five u- b
groes were on the jury-one or two of whom .;
I have no more Idea of law or madlane thanaball b
Shas of a china shop.
S Iara Dustrarc Gounm.-In the case of E.
Heath against J. L Ceaway, for the anyraty, a
which came before this court yesterday, ater
filing the correspondence betwee himself sad
Gen. Buchanan, published ia yesterday's GCa.
ctr. sad the dispatch to the commandg ge -
oral from Majo loKeeler comveag the istreetose
Sof Gen. Grant concerning Sate and massipal J
r cficers. Judge Whitaker moved a dlsecstnanoee ti
of the proee*ding on the grouned that it had been
disapproved by the military athoritis. The me
tton was granted, asd John B. Conway placed i r
undisputed possession of the mayoralty.
r The case of Damas vs. Wuraberger, for the ~
shrievalty, was contined yesterday uatl the 23d C
' lst., at 10 o'clock.
a aconnas GASTItnL'S COIUT.-A negr named a
I Fecass, accused of asauling the driver of a
I Bayou Road ear, about a week ago, with lintet to
kilt, confessed to having committed the assalt.,
but astmpted to mitigate hi orime by sdtg
drunkeanes. He was sent before the Firt Dis
rGeoe ey Goals, colored, charged by Elln Cae
tarde wth uassault and battery with a dangeroes
weaponnd an attempt to kill, was arrested ye
tatday and kept for trial.
ITmS BT LAST NiORT'S r AIL. i
A cargo of Africans, t said, were recently
landed in Cuba.
SCharles E. Newhall. a prominent aitisea of
Lynn, Masshuaehus, committed aulocide on on
The ninety-third anniversary of the battle of
Banker Bll was observed on the 17th with greater b
patriotic display than for many years. re
A teleraph litn has beean coantoted to Trial
dad, New esloo, sad will be iniskae to sartea
by tbe fist at of July.
O a lake steamer, the other day, an lnsse
woman mounted the walkldag beam, from which i
position she was with dticulty disloded.
The railroad tracks were submerged, bridges
washed away, and the young corn washed oat by
the rains of the past few days, in parts of Ohio h
and Indhias. @
Andrews the Massahneatin deacona, in Jail at
Plymouth, Masechusette. for the murder ef Cor
neUl olimes, has confessed sthe orme, but asey e
le did it i self-defense. ol
Mr. Burliname, the two European Neretaries
and the tweaty.eves MadarL will aettend a
pablie dinsr at New York. on the laigs
th rest a th Chl a mbsey in WbLst"s md
A lare party of destitute Nerwein s * vs
grants have arrived at Montreal, expelating to be
orwarded to their destinati by the Candisa
Charles Tucker, asha Uason, of Lookport, N.
Y., has been convicted of wife murder, the
Inoucement to the dad tein, as alleged, a five TI
thrmuand dollar insurance and a new "afdity." of
Dispatches from Romeu late as the 1ath state
that the pope has concluded to isams a genloeral
amnesty Jto political offenders on the saiversary s
ol his scesalon to the holy see. us
An oed maun named Dusenbaugh, a taven keep. b
er near Manchester, Mo, omatted siolde re
cently over the grave of his son. He nattached
thetriggerof hisga toth radlng by a stringi d
and then discharged It. qa
The heirs of Gov. Thos. MoKan, of Peaneyl i
vank, have jast recoverd poeossesce i a tracte
of 2200 acres of land, thirteesn mies below Pit
burg, on the Ohilriver, valndatovertwo mails of
The award of eeatrct fer rri the overlad i
mails to Chtforni was to btten 81pad, of Ohi- to
coso, and not of tl CGti ueompa·y,
the rate being one per day, and he
the length of th e lim t mse. rii
It s reported at W hinto that Web.l F Puae
& Co., woee bid for arrn tbs overisad maul 1
was rejected, wI bay up all the other blddsrs, Ir
and thba secure the atreet fr thelselveso as we
eornorms fir. Il
A codaish, weig frty pe)ab, reeat d mt
a vict to his ownIlumy, at Little Harh, N.
Bolier, ow the St. ree en the 11T11b,am w
ntoean Amera !rg, hadsd with anger, sad tin
eekhor. Lose 1n . Tmdsk thL beser l
mtlithe pta's bod, a he was set r
Ihovretll s arived in pert, ibis hewas rl
binm d hangleg as the anshor. -e
r £INVas. rear.ýo samems.
In the reeleo et usp'resiWt h I has besm
ouar toe ald very mamypMlo sheeotl whlMems
md asanlmm flee mees he be. AMbI was,
Stherfore, with me mi nal nlsmN we
m rseimlay Vilt as thoed hosus, no.S an.
ame sekt, ha lnes as heoserea. .aeoee
1 Lade' Norma seeu. st how apmsebltyese
Sby the pupil aml thV they a me te k, o wIdo
a now eec.o o ter.
Batrit , we n ind the ; u r haeamk t@ ay,
by sad man s r er ath. aOs
o sghe , beto Ikmle abso e, Ml e. o
. kupl·tuormseat m, l e, or. S i
alrmmm a tL at se,.
" tou t'* Ota mmrsu, dpreeits ea ; Net.
lemoes. pmeip m dawis:mb Nt bem.
'. hEaW mmoals ma~d;h srehe.
Iele and fret. Dspa Baia eii-a--i dm
man abheyed the heallaw g thwe mls
a the puets wi r presete Is teey . m..
d a+ aseolseted there hevekemtrlyH da met
. that beaatrileds wal MWr. e mmas weNI,
s. des:ralbg a .mnuwha ..l.r assm. Th.. .
n . ' t t he
Strbaese whis 'a issi f petS hao
doshdees o hea o ieepem lad tiseas. At
" thdIem.thamame, Ptro. Wrt pee.
cal ·IfJei Latr islato the va
a sist, >r w peemms., who f trm s
* M-agsoe m is swo eve
w - --,: D --VowI:I e..s l ,Is 1...
pe a aI. hi W l . rM
-eb /trep leah s.. . ll we sr e
e-ytes o a-f. e an ii 7aao..eUe eees....
8-11tH: Psi tai . mn h OineimklN
Io si le .;............. ..... is .... I l
|es-Me Them hn..w. S.ee.
ad eInasY iL aaOnW-L 416" mom. . .. s ..
5 We heitall h rerleg the thee dal Tre ee .
. los he psrframe -,tofd t wh Ni' ea
se whave swer a hus her et otle
seca us etea 7rp whoi thed toew
i ewe migt ld asald, sad we deft iw
evesn e ordimrt holmlm l7,eae
have remaIhed Ither maheine emllmeer. IUdb
thW Led r re.tl thea wte I u
We lm, mlo e amied te ala.s tls rm eta
w thped to P Is therr erio theree
or te progamm fr~ te y to e , wat
We yowve, pWoso f tr em kmShle a
apse s tea s etxeonlst we la a pthaies
n ao Mis eea, thel a tmr d weay el
eMis Bihop ro is teW het mile aM ee dsm Lea
Sille, te hes rabe waet as Ube l ele s.
oitd, he rmk, the deth of the wi heiei*l
btomess slatlmue We tipe
aesbiiem oae. d hewa ed " mete ndld
ote mito o ear l etd teadh a P oat
f pt, fh .het, ru b U f tsad, s
J.nu rva t a ue enre lw .
w a, me now- -tsa, we , etast , he
Ihoth a e 'lat , ora beehs . eN me
Io anhrKie= b Mi date fwngts whe a!
I boj.mI -otherto be Esi FM
Selahbdte B ho recited et meek 5, apests
otructism ivn he this bra ek tarf . yetr
mny ihs eyoa when tacost hin ..ade
e mi pls the woerds e,th hias ,
" that.. " 't . ices:he esale tit a epemeila
ea.ay k te sew.up . .....
were " Miro o r. w sa lrs. dstr
Sthe idtm ga the as s ason wha sh e hs
asm sIpIat dl lreaO d oat mof th IMoseaetan
lv hoer by hearsleo oward teg t
b as~u ors. wa rs yep" 1 at1h9 o ei
- bCo llinA. The hearesL l ow 3m
anthe hm. na ooaIt eo r lhoeg s t i
oa them elstth , a bsutedly, teeser remesbeat
wer et. eeemedb y g eth w iary astbyr tapsir
r thea e i ll aese ys hea l esw wlere o o
aobvo. le, sad nhe emar se the was ldeg wm
Jauor othe noiruorn e t r, ad to eb m
emo mop t th t ormal Be myhh
reea dfereayet W ht p, ath relvso aM
the eboe e.e y ow htic ise , we ega e ela
a* t t heselov e ewds , s r e Oers. are war.
lhive onSe hed oa r fthe a esiodfle sk et
olotIe peuonIey waspeo to as heo orenta o
ore. To the o la l tsea ws it es uwesh se to
anti o t otht r ah aesd fseaset aiM
r throeI ae Ieepoa is tvey iereald , heer
beens ssa a ts" eis sofs, s h .smas .
ethe oestaops that the lorat ehe awry
ama ohs a peka as t ss ete ris,s. e . rves e
pa imall.m p fo yeto m ULo some
TGouvW uuuVva s, Coens eox, LA..-
Toe wtho ae anki thoe rues and oowi s
by the day, wok r mofea. Thi sopso 8lr esl
of accs, lthee lk wiam h ir e o l es, G aethwi,
dew atc sad ,- Cn a mp sts
qalets o sarmnl sm r rgr. lMr le.
has isc aI a lar a Yae e Meko lss tM
es·torla r o the s to te plaurI ss eeo hwt
o n tho a t who thy ior to wcko f eall. and alel
t lo m, lo vs u· po her ra ler, takesoa
lot hagiso mplet the r rileouar, few
re dwe y emmnmtuy j a re k
Thsen h aikit sekal ti shas sad e
ftelak eare shoulda bea Ind o the hat
thatI a.H erling hae es t o pe ned f the
*arne s at th e asinto Hoa at the laboe
n Alala ceLfo thne accwn bom of boardes,,
bythe day, w eek or m th. WTi pla is
re h ws.esbiag, bee,
delh tule watr, mmad heaosag al the m