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I THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVII. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1868. NUMBER
zI.R nvoi'-; AND EI:IIIII TTAT .:I)
Sufferings HIave Been Protracted
IlI)I)1 N (CAUSIES.
WrCSE CASES R QU RE PR1G'T TREATMENT
tfernder Ixst-.teence I)&'ir-:tbhl.
If you are nffer'ng from Involuntary ahs:harge5 , what i
iflect ioe It prdure ,pon your general :,,. th ?
Do you 'eel Ceak, oeb ihtrt, ea. y tlred!
Doe a 'tie exerton produce ralpttatt,n of the bhart'
i) e", r ;ier. or unt .y organs, or your kideryr, ore
guently er at ,f orrer ?
Is your i riose smlmettm trl ck, milky, or '!cky .. 'e it : r t
Ca netth l, or ds a thick scum ri-e ttothe :, p, or a- a redL
ment at tt bL.ttom after it has stood awhile '
Do you .eve spells of short breathing or dyrpep io?
Are yo r tlonel etostipated?
Do you 1rve spelle of tIonting or rut.hesr : i: "d t t, o ee!'
, your memory Itpaired?
your mind cnrtant'y dwelling upon this enhjet?
) ou feel dulll. itler., moping, tired 'd.e ' ,ianly .f !hfe I '
an on wish to be left lone, to get oaway fr,:"·n everyot',dy
Bank- any little thing make yon start or jomip ?
otes e Ir sleep broken or restless?
Oc. to enter o your eye as brilliant; the bihom o n your
Wt s bright?
n enjoy yourself in socilety well?
purco y uor business with the same energy ?
Jane 18, feel ae mu,h confidence in yoursell !
of Fr or rplrits duUl and flaggin4, gvren It, :s tof :o'a [n
Bank r do not lay it to your liver or dl ,pepr
Blate ynn retile.s io!ets, y ur bark weak, your knes T
h a= 0tl have y,,i bu.t attte appetite. and y .u atttr.. t.. hins
__ ,ia or l,,or omplt.at?
reader, LBELF ABUIE. VENEREAL DISEIAEd
the a d, and sexual excesee are a:l coaabie of pro
lanst ugo OneLs of th•e gnerative organo .
notice is he
of thls Bk s a of generation, when In i pcr:t healti, make
lre,l : tile
i m t ,ir diver think that thobe bold. defiant. nergetle, pere
ce, ':: ,u.lness men are atay-s those wbhoe geunra
nr are in perfect health? You never hear such men
O nrn of cing melanheboly, of nervousenes, of pa;lpiitt,ton
amexl herrtl They are never afraid they cnrrot n-l'cudn In
5ge s, tIey don r becrnm sad and d:co :raie., tIhey ae
i yv plite and plau nt inte company o. LOul e., v:i look
MCs id them right in the face-one of your downcaut Ito k
-anrr otler nl r.,e. a'out t'.em. I do not mean thee
yt,~ keep the orga Infattnmed by runnitg t. excess "I'iTer
M' not only ruin their coastltationt, but also those they do
peg o woth or fr
__ Itny men from tI r!!y c :red diealtc, 'ram t',e Lercto
mi s.lore and exce·-e, I te brto..l:t totlntt tht sLtte or
in tl., Oe orranr that haI roluCed t',e auierl .e:.ex
a. to induce alot every (tu:r d.-eose--idocy, In
ct k ralysi, spinaln ainff tt i ts, taL,.lode ant:l w:":.,.t e ery
re o pf dinesse which humaultr' o heir ,t, and :',retl I
---ado uleotd ',l scarcely ever s.mpecoed. , bt e sp.e
Iti Mtree e right one Diseae,, t these ,rgJas re
an Musttnl ln J'
me"al Plac. '"tureic,.
Marhabll J tmlth
Sl mehlre IAt Htl
0" arte . ela
Mdr DyelI the boot lt
t ,lbui'lad. Extract Buchu
alir soft and brautllfl 1ta
wo and Pnrhlm rn and nn
M•" v. 16 BenAtru tr
=A*WING OT I M&
LO EI7T FOR JLTI '1 I'IC.
1 1 1 I I 1j II v
'.,or'. -i ,,r rlrmlskeA sa pro
rEe S OF THE BLADJER,
INOTlE -- BEWARE OF
Le Borua Prio.es ,tuil Err It
atlut pr ,e.. e ever dye
Havrno I ltteret (
GENI It I L D ILIT'.Y,
LL DIHEAbI'a OF THE LRINARY O: i LNS.
EXI5rTINQ IIN MAE OB FEMALE.
1" |totl v0050 ('cait,.. . O5'inita01titt
I.()(i r.L.N I l ,i.
'e no ttrtment it o-bnltted to C,naump'en or In ,,.i E
at- ensue Onr tiesh on blootd ,sre s$pprtl r e0 :u ,
:lrtnes, and t!e he..it ntll htpp'neas, and thaLt ol Plor.ty
Ioepeol upon proampt oe ol a reliae reuedy.
SKELMBOLD'U EXTRACT BUCIIW
5-TABLlk EDIl'rWARD of I YEARS.
--PlrepY- i ty
513 Broeadway, New Tok. aend
10t Stou:l lIth reet, I',aloloe!pll P.
PR' E--$1 25 per bottle, or six bot:~ m fo- d.". I ,ered
4o any addrws.a li by il l)rugngsts everywhere.
W NONE ARE OENUINEI unlc dnea n :p rt mrel-Oe
gaved wrapper, wlia far-simile of my r.en, '. Wnret.r·ao e
3rd cigned II. T. ITELNBOLD. The prypraep r wr u nm
Iel edI to Idopt suLh wrapper beaune of the or·nci :, ,pn
larty o tre ahrtioles, and to prevent p-trllol mad datgerous
'HiE ORESCE.NT'8 DISPATOHES.
FROM NEW YORK
THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL
I'IIU'lMANIK'NT O)I ; \NI/ \TION
Ii IT'ATIO SEYMO'UR PRESIDEI:NT.
-- __-. __
xI I S ] P c I C H
New Y',iK, Jiuly ;. Tie police arrangemn nts
i rud taidteqate this niiorning to keep bacK the
rirgng cruowd which blcekedl ap the avenue of
alpproach to Tamniany Hall. and delegates na]
.ret-at d I icul'y in entering.
At Lat-past 10 the delegates generally were in
11 efr pea's.
,At a quarter before 11 the cornn'iron w ti
a. d to ,rdr. P'raver b -iv. W ,lti:o ,' In.
.;adin; (f the journal ui iaturdsiy was dis
pt n-ed woh.
A dle.atiat n from the \Workingmea's Conven
itin were invited to seats.
T'lie comnlltt, e on permanent organization re
Ii tei : F it pte.ideit, lionii. Horatio S'eyu)i r . i
New l orb, (great cheericnu, with a vice pre,.
'eet aiLd .e Ittary from eachi State. They rec 'nI1
I e:.d the rules of the ID,:iocrati: Convention ou
1 64 fir 'he government of thi~ convenuton. lii
rTi ort was ddiuted and the committ-, dich trge I.
'the c vinttree on re-oilitiet t ikp I for p)r
n i- itn to report at any timle darlng the ee"i in
It the I .ertihn. A.i,eed to.
'Ihe chair appointed II;lter, of Pelnnaylvaiia,
at il Hainnld. of Sonih ('arhna, a coIrn:ittee to
crr dii t th prm pepnsnrt re-;i * i , the , hair.
T u. ni.ur pro ceeded to, the rlatlorm amHil rrt t
Slei-rii - t,mn ,e tcmni I i. Ile r$urhed th inks
for the boror conferrd un;mn himn. and coun.eledI
n. dicrat ol, tuleratiion d harm n .. He said
Itlt io.t ilmportant qlesucLiou were forced up!,oi
toe o neueration of the cr.v lition. Some of
t ese we re forced upon it by r -o n tons of the
la'e ( hit ai o cooehtlon H " dt:-cniue" br e:ly
! te e.b.,crtan platthri., and acoeied that party
( ri lat ni. town dei:arati.,:o aCR a t r "p)' ti ttI n
.l,,i u in ,ual taxatton. and then a,-erted ,- ,i:t;t it,
, r 'i erts and silidie rs widows and it phafa .
lI!te a(Ltsd the trw doriin!ant p,,rty ,f Cer i
-lrc'e in i ,uthng piulli -i. in-'.s ta ntitin the
not anal crc ii', extirpating ital:i:.r:att I, Lv over
I ,t bIg labor Hth taxat n, an i bh, ak ag
I 1i U all eintiitutnoina gl lan'vues of rev iii 'all
Ib rty. lie l, ted it a..,rti n of tiht le pu ,Il
can onvention that the pirinciples of the I, ei arl -
tln of Independence are now sacred on every
: ofi :l nrlan soil, for ienten States of the
Li'un Il., lary power llippreese, civil law.
SEC(OND DIsPAT I.
1c0so;utions Offered and Referred.
THE CLNVENTICN FUR AMNESTI Vi'r.HJT
It sidletona. s-iend- l (Laiti I S1)
I" kl ] ( ' IA ,- H: I, l" t" E "1 .
:31.\'.t' I. tET'TS AND I !IhllI ISLANI)
FI"R ( l.AJ1:.
Unsucccessul Attempt to Overthrow the
ACJ:U?'NMIENT WITHCUr BALLOT CR PLATF3RH'P.
Nt. 1 riii· July ;.-A large numn,ir of retola
tirs we:te iT-red and 1- crrled w:thout debate.
A r--ol.::e;cn indorting J.1,1 !, n aind app ailing
it i -e on the impeachment i;evtln created ap
A resolntion nrcinr nriversal an' ,ity witil lit
aty txctlt'llIWi was Ut:li: :ouly alJpted. Ad
j,,iri d o o'c:ock i. ;.
1 he Mas.achutetts a:i I l:hode I' I' I del" :ations
a:! voter for ('hase on the tir t b :l it.
let dletotn's friends claim 1,-ti vtes on the first
ballot. It is generally behlved he will re-uir
Itv 'I ty or tl ir:y more.
'iie ('lhae lett r is pu',li 'i,. Al'ld;ng to "'of
fliei i aid ott.er d nm : :. ,,rs, after Pei)r"-lr .ii
I -, It In favor of ac, "r. inig si'Jtrai e t , dli ctl
7 O, CL. Chae eay-s: "U., . - ·,e-i n I a-heIre ti,
nay old State, ii2!t d - trinest . In thie eve' of
i.nination and t-Iuceas I trult I should .o a t 'hit
r.either the great party whi, h miakes the n,,mna
tion, nor the great holy ofh patriotic citlzen' ic !.,oe
ct-operation would insure success, would have
cause to regret their actio'. it is an intense de
sire with me to see the I emo, ratic parny meeting
the questions of the lday in t1!e spirit oif -t d ,
o.ld asultring to it,ell a long durattin of ancend
\\ I en the convcntion regasemle the Sfrd"ii' s
atd et-h i r tis < "Vents e : 'et ,n .Id -
S mii;: t I rtm rr na t .r ·r' !:Hdtp , bu: breaLi!l
IgJ haritiony and c'liiit inie in tic re-att.
An etlolt to overtlhrT, tie tutwo,-ial r;le
fI:' d. Ad-ournrd to w I. '. w:thoat ballot or
Alttr Gen. Ewi:i , of the Roltler,' and Soilirs
(,lvelltlion.ll t.I1, adlre"ed thie onven'i, n, it wms
anr,,unted that thie platftrm conll,,tiO. w,'di
not report till ilorniti, and a nlotinJ wac majl1
to proceed with ballhing. I ,t.
'lbii ura'er iart at the af ernoon session was
Oct i ied in the I -ri-wal it tih dIt-caa ni ti Li
resluiti-tn to make th n'!lcn a'lnt t n ,o ,.I i aop'.
igip the platfi ro. ' ¼ 4 ' , tI y let .-': , : -i tu.t
I i 1 ib r te nli ht lrlin 'Ii"it' falprt , itt the
vie i >ubt riot ib 'ik I :i t t lu the platu ciri ali
ipr.ittih * had bi .. al, ', 1.
i ~Li i utlorltlatte , n r- i! ' ,,< annOt , ,hat I
:,'VWwad eli ruady to Llt.tk thtIr IcVTort ti.
Le tcunicnioun tLen adiurnel ti:l 1L . A.
Thie Solhller' and Sailor' Conventian,
*rxxm CITz JLi LIE 1tE ..
v". , " T,;'y C , ' :, T o ,tm' teC
i titi r in. ,tedtiitri.tn h ,
-ate'y vatlet c a wv:i.Lrs. z:d a c,, i ,rb: n g
". 0 " tr e i a liv i.1 tLin U'% f-et
ae 'Ch .er aun five i uidred iec: t pn, ex
Lvt'ilin tie bhl i.e at L it-v.,e
N ,,,th ( el itm tu , a dl t u nn i o f th e fo ,. r tee n :t
n:a,, le l i. e the ,re,! ,t'.c i Lh r r. t ,r .m.l'.,.ei
umr-ti-ctitiw t , : .'di 1, hI wees and Jono',
swotn in. .1A rte ,.
, ,' -At or ttint rt.t'iisincaa, Ci.i i;i r
he 'ax bill t(l a ,,.:::r: :, an! the a o:n ,!: r 'at
,i tIe finance con.m:'t - adJopted about Lail
4;eneral M!lfeor1 was confirmed colle:tor i: th
ER! ,n:und d-'rict.
berate ordered a "ltht sesIon and aditurned.
'lti e pran bie of the Soldiers and Si tr-' (" in
SLentlion re-olutios alluding to the diaugo , t in
d 're!. , cntain tis pentence: " It has pli "'l a
egma pt pn the virtue and honor of the IUn' n
a. seldiers by imposing upon those who comiisad
a 1e late Confederate armies since their surrender.
, rendit!ions of drersdation in violatiin of the let
Stt r ard spirit if the capitri!ation. when a brave
a thongh misguided foe laid down their armn.
The lollowing is Chese's letter. ",'leao e say to
\our irieod that he is entire y rightas toruy vie-s
~t of Iflr-ae and btates righse. Wi` a I desire for
thle ,outhern States is peace,' anoI prosperity, wih
all dirfranchisemnts and cixshttties removed,
and all rights restored to all citizens ; and it is my
oI in:oil that t't end WI. he t .ured iyaecorhutl
titrafe to all citizens. But the p'etical dispoai
' n ot sithagre, as well as -lsh ether dootmetio0 qle-.
•L otts, is for the pat-ple of the Sta es thero-elve-,
inot t r ouitsiders. ()n this Ijiestton I adhere to
: ) old Naratea' rights doctrine.'" etc.
The tGorala Ieialh tore-The Co'nmbus
Prl ,mers' Trial.
A: A\rTA,JtI'y .--The Fena'e and llnse inished
'orrtzation to day. In the ,er-ate al! the -lijeis
tire Itte bhltcan. In t!:e Ho,use. M. A. Harle:i,
, lk, arid Je,oe ()-ter. uea-enger, are Ilrno
SrT'te. E'Peven new m' mrtbers were sworn in, gi.
i g the DIemocrats a mainri'y. Mtssr'. Harris,
,pear aid Ciondler were appointed a commniittee
to Wait in Gov. Iull, tlk, to inform hun that both
h, uses were irganized and ready to receive mies
ug : ., aud adjlo'urned.
In the election of speaker of the lH-mae, yester.
d!), McWho ter .(R ) rreceived 7 vo te afnd
i r-e Il' I7i. Price votitlg for Mc Whorter under
Ie impreslon that toue latter had ca-t h, v te i
I r e r i e. ( 1-IarntItg the coutrar) Price asked
I t'i ',itln to withdraw his v. te for Mc:Whorter,
SI 1i wao rtI"ia'itd by tlhe _ ,triur, who hJw
Svi. de' 'iledI M-i b"rrtr 4--,'cd.
h e 'eftriae for the n(',lothbu pTrioners com
: tr etd tu-d.y. '1Le n.tiu points are to prove
Reil,, as of the Flieril- 'r-Th e Democrats
II 1,bO Ahea.d-Tlce Vather and the
. ,., M is, ., Jin.ir ';. - It -turns from all no
S, ,,itnes but two gloe a lemocrati n:j hrity ol
:1 ,. .
'1 Le e Lave 1-een fine ra:r.c for :hree days pi t,
at.d the crop Ftlo ea't i+ eax -el'-ut.
SI IVE NEWS.
t n har;t ..Juiy I;.--Ij-a.ed down: Kiilgour at
t l, i. int. and h," I a; ,itt ',arge at I a 't.
1 , F ,, u i . iiy ,.-- ',need up : G c . i,'ttmItian
f at i a i Arthur at M'. .
I - 'i: lii tter stationary I feet
2 tiLt.es ia the canal.
FROM O8UTHWEST PASS.
i , . aini e..e'' .'.d bretz,'. .\'r!r.-- 1: I "
t alniat W. e-ierlwoo, WeVhliurnii nater, trm fa.
:. I ,+a, , "Ih caIgo itf ugar to Chail:ai. x L c .\g;r.
S * t ar Li'"m
out ii' et PAp. July I; -' r. .- -Ilrro'leter
e , . : wi, tao." ird ilhil. Arrived: - booner
Mercel. -, I- pit. la, five days trum . ral, to S.
Fr.:aidez Co. N', departures.
I tiN 'yi - Noon.- ('unsols ¶t3c , Bonds 4
i a' Furi'. Juli 6C.-l- ndl+ 774.
Ii i io, July : Noon Cot(:ton masret firm:
sales 12,' lO bale : pnir'es unlcan d. Breadsitu l
n1u . othert uchi'ced.
.l\ ix pi, , Julty I .lAternoon.--(,tton act-v A
and buoat: uiiplnd. I 11 . ill 1i., . lean: 11 l'
II d : eatinated aites l,ili)i hales. Corn L:J.
t . -lIc r fci t
) I.aretI.. July t--Evening-(Cotton firm '
-atIt- 1V, nn lhalen . hreadatufla quiet.
N i 1 i,,:K. .lul. ;--After iloon. Cotton , . I,
,te-,a r : sals 1 I htales; midd nlian :1Ji',-:. ;: .
I'l r urt hae'ird \IWhVIt moe, t tivt. C trn
,, ';i,.: ,t:x 1 A - ,t-rn $1 t,. 4 1 : vi .t,' S. R ith
n r. e ".. 4. 1 '2ei. bPtt r. Pork a sliha.l ',et
t, .7 L.. ard sreldy: kettle ret dre I
S1 .i . -,'ers qlllot and lirtl . Niaval
tat.riit g.et. hr -iclhtt irn.
FNtw Y,' oit . illy I Erening.-Governmer.ts
c -ed quiet. Tetnt.e- t e n ix w,, n ,' w. ,,. NrIn
C'arolntina 7' : do ntew , . Mi'.-y active ; c iil
e I te t . bold 1I :4 -telling ll t.
It:1 .E. J ly i; - [oba -"o dill. Slals ';
hitds. writh 11 i j -ciitonis at ?l,4 1 i.'- an-id $' "1, 4
for coen!tln lngs to nmedium anm f-.ir. 1-s ctork
$2'7 i. HBulk shoulders lli clllc. C(lear rib
idled 13gl.-ili'. Clear ide fe' le. Bacon ch ol t'
dere 12 i'. (tear lrthl ide l' ie. Clear aidets i, i.
Iard 1l1t- ll, i-' tit 7,',7,c'. Corn .i",,,c.
\1 heat $1 -.,l '. f lour, superfine, $T -I.
SUNDAY' DISPAT HES.
1: , i,,\'ii. L:y ,' -IWeather xtori:,y ti.o-ly.
N.o tivln.- trni N'- Lurk to-day lii:cating to
1: rtw 1 r.'Lr. i i.e.
SNtw Ytiiot..;LI) , T!.ere Iha t bptn a.-tive ciU
't-1l g golf g i' at all the I,,J' t ,-tay Iince Ih t
a , 'e. , but I.,!! i f th t result is :.i.de known
I ,I iti.e thin t the hrt.i of ruini r, and ape 'u
tiiti , n lhiib a.e wi 1 .iutd contradlctory. [he
vle ti it ati l-' n f ti e two-thirds rile n the
SniPieninon it , ,- i rc- d a to ut of 'etindletot'i
S;, rngth, and - it'e tie two :l.-d rulii has be--n
l''ed tl;e char.' -u if h:s nloiii.attuio aCdel t'1
t c it t hining.
t( Lte aid lhTi :ric- are crowing ttronger an-l
spri 'it . e-pecaliy the latter, as La iotljprolellllt
Si.,d.'te, tI'.,C it, . ,' i ene 'inun :liiO d fOe un
a: 'e To _;, r(.- i,),,n It ore D~alillflout BPri.
'lhe day hay been op,pe-ive y hut, the, ther
tUlt l.It r nell'i.: g '0 ii the s-, i-i .
NOL THll N ITEM.l
ii e W,-t 1latin I ,i'e -u .il Patter is ini;
. ,a g tut - t ,tt,- I . , -.-a - c . ,ia ,rr zi it tao
cr ,' ,;t1. It a i.u Ia I, at:eAitU tU the blt ding of
Sti.tr - t .v c.
' i I Tuta'l :i t i-r lert -rI, itr r.hfdicil c.r
pet. bagger t al diHa't for httale erlltr Itruni this
Sd't-rtctn.m :adea n IurderouLs LStullt o1n a negro
WLoLm hits tilreats 'ould tot prevent Irol votilng
it ie reniocrati: tiwket. He wou:id iave u -ceed-dt i
ii murdering the por fellow but fotr a numier of
w hlW te cit Zep , WI.o interterred and re-u'·.'td him.
S1 i: ilit, tIe u:;ilr a white boy was liurd-red by
t .\ yt ,,:g ladt t:v;nr near Piw',r 'iprints. (;.,
br .-h ii t: . hif , ''''it,, '-t d th r ir
eu. Holuw tiul til i, we d nIut kn w, bIit
t n,,, tr trIP or D¢t, It ,hl , 01! b11 a II ca tion not to}
n-- aytinlg li'he Ib i-tst ihave d'pt,-lted t'leir egg
,I ft rit isn-a i1th r g:s arP t.L', y ifoi a 0h
learn i,rI ai Ti, --asee paper that , boi.s--three
wL'e and three bltak xaere folind dleac 'iiler a
m ,herry tree, from eating thie herries in which
Sthe lott ets had dieposited their e'gs.
The inuganurailon of l'owell ty.tin, govxrn r
to 't']ock a pit( ,-H n I1W. f, rl, :nile :oI"
he llnitaty, te .I at-l -tate I' itsI . i herat l .\a
I s o th s ri ai d w i i-r i i'' ,.i --a at it .l'n h ir it
ta . e'iathiwatidnit-et,- ..lr t t .. ln 'uis
t I: b t 7r , ire t - . ".,p$ i , ahi t · i atI; ,'&B-o
'to :le -ag.an, theI.ew-' - rRi a [,-l ' ol n
h , r n r i .' a im. l-' ' ' 1't " 1V'; ?
t'eh I-tt 'l h I.ll.i-ri l,--al- dIar a- ,,,, In 4:i
- r,: a- t e ( In , ! , r t., fL. wt;-nfa .t'i
t , t o ,! r o I lt e ,i - Ta. d it, t a t , o rI a l, i
tr t: e t :r, . hn t : 1> i .' " ,r w ,'r1 e m n,'t iri
'tw to -- . n 1heK', a t.wteV ,ng ,,"aint-i.
, tr'lte w att t, i'e 0J twil a uj e iae,.e
,4 -t c n at d immer.a7tel tirebiI h tsriar tin
It .he -y tI la ?r1,' r" wfi , [tell iefad i -n t I P
' r'Fcean r-r n ttUred , ito i tre h'-ik' an ro f r,. o:
AC r nih a ti-i'. vet. -t.-- oA:no: L:t"e in It' hi
! , t 1.0 I ad, " :, n f'r 1 i ! l- iill y Ii atlP ir
St w;!et tacro-a the ,rivt. ioi tl aon anI a hal
I ,f t ,- trom this , raC'., ,'- ' i t I ei1 dl ex sto I it o
twee n "I tie. a tid n e aid t.a tet. ci rC who ar"
'it.he Carn Mr .'. Mail f tr- 4th n ayC. : ' The
t. ' x that terotied 'i relt f- tr weeks, ago havi.
his lasted fnli that len.t'x olf tine- The e- rc
n itop etpe 'tialy is been i'jurli to 'ast e'tent,
r. a'h-r. Etir a day or two pat the long-needed
t ht' nowere have br-en falling in pirltitos of our
re ci.ltyl aid it fati te h-epnd that the parched an,
witting corn may be in a neasoure restored. The
to < uttol crop loa taolerably wel."
oSbral nttlIigect . ,F
ti THE FORrTH, a negro who has been em
pi) ed for s( metime, beatltig up recraisa tur cut
tint wood on a plantation sixty or eigh'y miles
above the city, was bribed by some war to g )
arouind to the legislature about the hour of ad
j romient. He bore on his shoulder, in the raine
style n wahich the vendr of rat noelon use to a
carrty his sign, a Lue p;seard with the Inscrip
twon: T"ro d,,llars a daoy. or sir bitsa or .-r f'
As the tmnguanmous Oscar J. Dunn was stetiping
out of the Mechanics' Inustiute, sorounded hv a
crowd of sycophants of both colors, he was ti
La-'id , for Oscar would, with a little traening. be r
a Us r,-ules.i by the ignorant darky. with ' Here's
yes I arce. If you can't inmke fI a day to the a
It g:la'ute, yer can iake six bits a cord on Mr. b
i..,th's ip'antation." The laugh was universal. a
Iuitin himself. (who is no small fool,) was highly f,
ot: it-ed, arnd the only indignation exhibited w is
,b the lobby members. He was of their com- I
pi-xion, he was plantation and he escaped. t
TitaHE RIGHT Oit ICER.-At lasutthepeopleof New
O , .r,, have an arsistant 'city atto rney inl wh mnl
they can place reliance. Our citizens will iid, b
in FIrank Mlichlnard, a young man who was born *
aid has been raised in the Crescent City; who is
t men bs r if one of the uldest and rmost respected t
familles of the old population, and who is honoted r
asd esteenied and aomired by all who have met a
hint. No nio-e illegal exactitis in the shape of r
trt e. ut, no re sexing of poor widows, no more
harsh, ni nrmnly treatment of persons who might
ask a few fans respite from the terrll:e hattd of
the law and irom the inexorable tax day. Frank
i wi-)ittad w.il see to the interests of the city of
oew (tlitala. but at the same time Le will rewem
b, r that he is one of the population of that city.
He has no rest to feather abroad. He is as:holar.
a gentleman, a jurist and a humanitarian ; and
abose all, thank God, he is an honest man. o
TilE T:ni'EtiaTtTi:i yesterday, as shown by the
tleiniroeter at C. Duhatuela, rntoved to 11I
('anal st:eet, was as folltwe : At ci a. M.73 de- n
itres: 12 a. ~;: 3r.a.7; 6rP.a.. .
t1 I r A- - The uninitiated must know that the d
i , -s i.atis Isa tih of the mackerel kind, with i
t uppet jaw projectirg to a c,,nsiderable extent n
oer the lower oe. lit ruch a species is the
XILa .- we e eik of. This x|phias wa.s 1n,,q
d -ret ;i 'le pr(i vine of Aliers: it was nursed
t .ee .:rd there brought to maturity.
" Tit er:r' it'-or e a merry oouhsslt.
-I- -i] >, eit ,tin .t e . I'd,
i ; . o-r Iv s the driwsie .and,
klr eie totue· I a gerstv kinud
And ts+ce that assumne anything like a contest"
,ith tli xMhbias, if there be a wiid, muy ,y t' I
carme to regret their venture. Xlphias and .,a:i
ALtnioi)l New York and New Orleans
M :i. ll- I i.i , tie city treasorer, expresses his
(!,tire a lltLge-s to turn over his office to his v
ldul) o:, tod uccees:r. W. S. Mount, iI -q., a 'i'- t
V(: tr l -' atter I resents b,m!-el with the Irela:vite
bond it d oti er paraphernalia of ofl.p e.
TIi. ('IIV Titta-i !::H was engaged, yesterday, I
in a a'rig ff the t" ,lie it hool teachers. "De-I
ugh till task ." No wonder the man is Mouney. -
Tlrt P'Arras all compliment M liir Keler. otf
the civil service (special du'y.) No won ier, for
a ti htr gettleman never wore blune or gray.
i:r,-. i.. MAxwriL, civil -heriff of the parish or
(rledans, Jo-. lanlin, clerk of the Fourth I).-trct i
('t.it.t : id .I n s ;. t .II as sheriff of the parsh , I
( t it. I.andry, ele. ted at the late election, have -
ii d a wih the seretary of state the recanti,'tir,
,ai: requtled by the new Con*t:tution. It ' "
xt plhe for all flicers elected urnier the new
I'( -t:tution. l.et them all follow such an J
t't I ' .it..--A few days agowe had the sincere ,
Pi i-te t o it e -:eg C,,i. ient Hynon, vii iuger
br(,tle of our s s'er med nieghbor, (eo. W. ltynson, -
ie-t Iack fromu Kentucky arnd otlier Western i
-tait . ais yomihful and rmooth itfa-d ao if he i
were ',ely twenty years old. Two better citizens I
tr nt re ·l-ole souled fellows than G;o-ece and t
I-en litr uson are not to be found In all th.s great
Tine INFATRYa were still en duty yesterlay
aro',ud bl-oc l'thea' Intiitute. somine of thewi sleep
ing -n 'he u'or steps and ga.ieries of the oppo -te
h u- so. s- It e stretch di on the grass ill the co Irt
a ar:, and others ,tc.ing albstractedly the pro
gorts itt tevenis withau.
TItE A('A'bIeI iC riCTi Ai. at the OaklandI
('Nli - is -tMted toi have be, it exceedingly briilatt -
ate rtuccer !ul. The C'ti.ti aNT reporter, who was
detailed for that duty. found himself, just I
alt, it the hour of starting f' r the course, hedged J
IIt under a ialcony and sheltering hiusert fromi a
tr(ili lt thutrder shower. lie learntd th;at the t
tiret;en's festival had been postponed, and justly I
tLiLkizg nolody could exceed New Orleans tire
boys it expoCure, lie gave up the excursion. We
leantL it in the evening Picayune, however, th:at
the 'tt 'tLantce at Oakland ( 'oure was very cni
siderable. The races and the squabble for the
.:.--tof the gr-eaed pig w re int·uesttg .:.d
acusilng. At Itealt thre,' thhusaud pet-sons were
I 'est t. -,'d thetre was no ii ig tllg in the pleas l e
r t.e (x, It( mealt. The only Irawback to the oc.
ia,( , n a ti t.e csiuk: of a Catn a street car iot
one of the dtrat;,ig canals. N ,I- -h.,y was ,irt,
b.t i t-, art arie, L upI . er the a ( ident. a.,.t-n
,Is l.ad to e ie up afoot aftLr reachicg the
. tcue o. the dlsaster.
Ti I F'IIIFHMEN' F-TI\ at., which the wet weather
cts-s J to be postponjed on the 4th arl yeoutt-:'d,
will, with the consent ot the clerk of the weather,
t tiie of Sunday next. We sincerely hope our
gallant icllow citizens, the firemen of New (-leans,
wall be, on that day, blest with a serene sky and a
cry sod, for no body of men to the comouuitly di
bela e I.ore than the firemen.
IT i I' tit.sa'Trci that as ,itn as the legislature
It al have reported to nhitary headlUti rt-rs.
It., ia!ly. that the I tth cr natirutuonal amendrment
i ., n d n adopted, the mij,,r ge.ieral ctinandiong
a 1 n ake a 1t rtmal transter of all his e'v:I puweis
to the etivernur of the -'tate, aid crntitue his re
li:': ne with htate nod tin Inir i tal f tion 'i .ric- ij -t
Ss l-fe nolitary stattined In New Yoirk, ()lto, r
Ntase-airl,ettsac suitini thtir rel ti iS with the
State and municipal author:ities of those common
N(s AtIIEtTa worthy of mention were recorded
at the chttral station yesterday. One man was I
citolinec upon a charge of a larceny of two hun
tidrtd dollars' worth ot books, and n ither man wase
orarcid in very drunk from oft a wlieeloarrow, ot
wi t he bhd been p sa' d by.a Waitchful guardian.
I;'.', hot-rd tl.-. nothing truanspired there during
tuit d:iy wotthy at areporter's attention.
Ti,--:e .\s - of t' y O onseql're'n t!hat
trar -pired in aniy of thit four distr;'t of the ty
y~i.-tr'!ay. Oi "-unday mnorning, about 2 o'c!t-ik.
a w::' n.trdelred iher hutband whlitst supp,,sed t
te ifftrinog frim an atht-k i' lunacy. Te ',ao
i.er' i i t tll ar td II os the matter wsll b: I-tiltd ii.
TIt. Foiorti op JI.Yv passed off with nnusual I
' iness. 'TLe terriole excitement, a few days
i-ret;' 'aisy, which threa'ened to culminate ml
-t.hed, Lan calnied down. With the --x '
:,',n of a few drtit:keIn I. n i ltlii , wet-, n, .at r "
,a arre.t was made curtIg the a.ole day, and
nott - f tietnl was a, rtn recrIltg.
T;ir FTcEIRI (;,,. Ai iN arrivel yesorday
,n,! .t al siorts O f Iuit---r'- at he ,ast e ' - , rit llotr s,
,, wai , ' , to,1; ap eli atotg the co.s; hfltI
" . I.Lrg down.
i x. c mImei tg on th- proverb, " straws shiow
wt,1 1 .,y the a-,:J blowi.i a .;;.ut inihg Its
,ii ttf,-,,ugh- on" if tLire tia'tr! 1r ,1:rt... ,
!: . -.,,i,::*:. I rtl .rItr . thley ,.ow, d;J0,
aIlih as,,y t:e II ,iitr .oos.'
S ". l I 'P. i>; , it "-k. t . the ('iir: - " -
rl ortsr was cri: yirc 'he IresIh ireer :rirm tri
, r a s-.ro ttrti us I lok:; g -! am -r - a .e :lowly
oD I e stream, and ~hior:enitd ste:m a Itite ab tai
I "t .il treet. ihe was vi ry lw in thu water,
S,,-, as was proved tiext ni) ,itib, turtni out to
i a ~Spar shi n a:-of war. lad been a t lo kaer
irrn, r dtrir g thit "l-- tle uitp!easantn~iss' 'I, o:ri,
> vt was stId ii the harbir if Ilavan a. about f -ir
i .se tco. SH.e a S,. 't:;,' I -hii iand - an h.rily
-' It -s than thret hundred eit long.
Tti: : a: h-as been so badlly overt trued ot
r ' :,; it :t; '" 1-- 1- 1Er w' cu(;eneri' IL~. iban n
it n (. lrit ttcrs at evtrlt will come riglt aid' up
'isTEvnay EFrNIsNi. as a party of gentlernn
were en, yti:rg themoitves as guests of a hip cap.
t i:n in the !oCwEr part fcA the 'i bird I'istrict thiey
bhard a pistol -!ot. I.ean rg the cabin of tne
.i I;p, they found, on reathtng the di :k, that an
etrormus alligator. fully fitteen feet long, had
n ade his appearance clrse by. and that the mate
1o a neighboring vessel had let fly his blunderbu-s
at the creature. The alligator had a hi ad as bg
as a borse's. ard every now and then would ex
hihit his whole ltngeh, when close treasel aund
a obliged to lash around him with hLi tail. In
I loa than a quarter of an hour every asortt of gun,
pistol or musket that could be mastered in tre
nittbaihuuud was bruught into requalt on
and every skiff and jid y b -at hastily loosened
ftl, Its mnoorenge. Tie aIltgator after sway.
ing ',round for a while, fonnd the Itcality too hot,
its', . and came up half a square below. As
s ,,n a- thc ', iii te sk ft saw him rise, they
stre,(hed to their oars in pulre sit. F -liowing the
, o u etliable exolnplte, however, of his heuten. tl
ant txdllency. Oscar J. Dana, his alligatorshlp
itu k a straight course for the barracks, and,
il itking he was going to call for a military guarid 1
!I:ere, the I ursuers retired. Four soldiera, duly
I, 'ed. are probably stationed at each ourner of C
the flttboat under which the alligator has taken
refuge, in order to guard him from the Ku Klux.
A,; ( nEAP AND PrI.EsASN a manner of passing
an alternoon, these dug days, is to take a ferry
b a,, with one's wife and children, and travel
a t,-s, back and forth-all of which can be done
for tin cents a head. We speak only in the inter
, -t of the publi, . It i- an excellent pastime, and o
i we could advise, without being considered par- n
t al, we -hould say patronize the Opelousas ferry
1-oat which leavk every ha.f hour from the levee it
i. Irit of Jack-on .1quare. This boat his a go d r
b.:r d .f nmuric abpard. the trip is quite lengthy. n
and the boat exceedingly conmodious.
AN F:rIson) occurred in the legal career of At
t rI! t- i,eeral Lynch yesterday. troml whti:n a a
rreive d a leacon worthy of a lawgiver. The I,.s
e n was salutary, and will probably have marked
¶IoHTir Ayi Rr ORT.--I)r. DirmeyeCr. th able an 1
Sg roal :c, retary of the io.ard of lHeaith, report,
: at :Lure were 93 interrrents in the variose ctae- 1
r ! ii ii Netw t(ileans lor the week ending at Ir
,' c, k , r udy morning. Of there, 7 died of t
-ve.rs. 2 we o drowned, I of wounds, and the
!,.Ia: o ot various ordinary diseaqes. Toe Ithr
'1 al y t , hildren still continues in exeass of thse
of tii.,'rtr years. The m.,.jrity of deaths last
wet we:e of people under 15 years of age.
t iv',iAI'litAi. Ul to.--The foillwing are the
names ot the otticers of the New Orleans Typo'
S.aphlical Clln it r the ensuitg six mnths: II.
. \\ eaver, prerident; Robt. L. RiMk, vice piesi
deLt ,lt. F. HaIl, treasurer; M1. M. Wormat.
Stinancial secretary; J. P. t(ord-,n, rec-ormn.t. t
t scretary : W. J. iammund. corre-Ipunuang aerte
Stary : J. H. Blackstione, doorkeeper.
A APr roiZt-nI, -The body of an unknown
colored man waaq found floating in the river at the
tou: it Sz. Lou .-tre ot on uouuay and securid.
l he coroner was notified. 1
S it:ls A i itr' --At a lati hour tantliay
nigh'. as tt e eti'rr Rgation of the colored chur,'h,
at i, (rier oft First and Iryade- s;reets, were
,citoraitr g. a ,illlul'y occurl ed between two col
(ded men. nnamed 'I nomas Means and Basil lThomnl
s . ;i w h:, h the latter was s .-erely wounded by
ih, ,. stabted in the left sJe nty the former. fne
w, : 1 itd man w as conveyed tI 111 res-itde,:, and
t11. a-ailant a-rested and locted up in the Fourth
IC ' i tr, t station.
Stul day ait (ut noon a dficult occurred on Mel
pt i.t , e -treet. hetw, en St. ('Chrles a.Id Apolo.
I · teeen two colored men, names unka wn,. In
w'. fh one of them was severely cut on the head
anl urn., with a razor. There were no arrests
made. A misunderstanding, eimilarto that which
r ."ted Othe:lo, is said to have lead to the
t. u l' y.
r '; ii. Saniut i MA'I wRi. hfgs made the follow
t igal pcentme,.ts : J. F. Iflick, chief deputy; Mi-;h.
1 lie Alma., saleiruan; Arthur Hart, book keeper;
t,. hi. benlneit. W. Walsh, 8. II. tardy, Paul T.
r \ sole Jo ueta Cori rew, it. 'iilarubia, L. E. Gar
..ette, I. K. N xon, J. O. L, ze, E. Barb trnt t,
r Ja n t's ilnhn, ,- muel It Ltaeau, Geo. B. iMahan,.
i J 1'. ,'.,ir l. . . obert, Juies boraparu, eaui'
I.k-r -I~ t c 'vIse;, not a thousand miles
r fittii tras ttli et. th, re was given by amnateurs ~
vaudeville eniter'ai tllnt, wh'llit proved asuccess.
1 linn tie tirst re; recentatior by our triends, we -
r we l.we will say it -we did not expect to see sutc
- good acting bMr. G. C. deserves much credit for
maising gotten up so good a treat for his guests;
t ,n om w. eexsct!lent, and he was w'ell ' isted
t y bler-rs. .. .. H·. B., tP. C. and N. B.. who
' ere above mediocrity in their respective enaeac
tt s. M s A. )., aso, Uerves much c-edit.
1.e wss the otily lat who volunteered to act: :tld
s, ch acring! tih Jerusalem! It was chlarnllng.
\ e ledict that she will beat the acting or oar
rievid. G. C., beore locg. and when our repre
I ontatives tells isi that, in her character of (',
Ir ,t i. she moved his marole heart, our readers
t in.y idge it she was bewitching or not. Measrs.
St. t . and W. II. elosed the ertertainment by play
t it g Un Vilain Monsieur," which was not to be
t eat, the latter enitleulan acting a part that well
t.becomes Iilm. Iet us have more of such enter
t ir nents thwa dull summu-r, as we all in New Or
lanhs how belong to the can't get away club.
I su,xir IA.-G-;eneral Smedes invites us to a hall
L d a lsupper, at tile Central House, Magnohia, on e
t I. ,ac,-,it :a lrad, nhih. he Is t, gte oit 'Ie
.vit mCl:.g ol tl e 17th ilst. Not to know General
i"t et . Icno tii Mhlss-sppi valley, l- to argii
ii', l it tr.kr-wen. Whnereer there Is god I
P i. Wr, w iuiii welt o a5. arid a tde ightftul ball, any
; etle iI I..'i isina or Missiisippt, creitt C'harles
:. LI.des as tiejor d.iio. 'I he Jaunt by the
J:i ol.an Juai!road is a safe, rltpid, econuan cal
r Itlcant o~e. Toe lawns of New cirle-an
w IIt l,l blctes in the piney woods as rosy, as well
rt.- :,a. as IN.torn and debonaire, as their own i
i tuill ant diitr.tirng selves, and we a,1 iw
r ouri+ i t!, r that can gi-t awly from town to visit
. enIrat. Ihiuse on the Itil ilat.
nI ,ior one of our ciarp street contemporarie
r rat..i.r crouwdig tLgs by publi-h ag it cea-vrt
etintin befo;:e the usu;!l tiue, and callint it an
P:e inttttFIs" ('(riOtT.- In the First, Second and
Thud Iti:trlcta recorders' churts tert was uuthiug
wl-ate'er of any s emts. y,'eerdiay.
In the Futrth I,otr;ct, a ter i le murder, by a
tw e upon her hushbanld, Swas c: mitted, in thil
,4 laei:;:. -:t, I ed to a grecery at the corner o0
SiAute hl0 Iiouiseau ,ae tt, aboit ' 2 o',:tiS:k on
- .I cay n orr c. Jiohlin ('liaci'y was the grocery
Slit er, at, ehil t wng aitej, his w,;,, who is
r d 'artd i tnae t llcd .e.u, in the .at oIle ol
',, b tj w. h ;! ( anll lihlio--a moiirt.i woini.
T'] e c:(r'.: ate I .sbedcd d:c-d nlu ut i rcock un
Ihe riiht (t the i-are d y. Blefore dying Mr.
S('lncy nalle his w.ll and his dying delarati,,ns in
pi st.-e itof Jd.gn Jackson, recorder of the
Iourhib, and :wo othler gentlemen. These
hings have not yet been divulged. fhe insan
wile. or wliow rlher, after' beuig carrled to
, ris:n llanit;rlsted no compiti:tlttn abs:ht her
a' :iti as deel, but epoke ot it as one woulu
speak ot an every day occ.rrence.
t S l D Il t uRiC T "'T A Ti ,,"- . - \A .l e ( lo w tutn'h
It.l Jl3t'garet Malhy wet 're atrrreste1.l y-'te,.ray n i
IP. ti' ttl ·'r ,'t. at the in-tor: · f ' li-i fl n sr•l
lor -treauig $~2.. i~,!il w.as dotaro'lt , as J wtie a.
S I-te lhae was arreited inl the onilie e'ase" -
th(r u':hl:are. ,ie miieant th,'lv-r pitt ,' Iliphun
ltt-et i lor ac sa lt :,. ac-d baItti.: ng tih t trail L) it
ively ftemale, not uulnwno in toe recordcl' aa
I .'s as Ilsn Sm iih.
TtE IPaul.y GArI.--Pure white teeth and a
sweet brlath, issuing like pertuine Irom tile ro-e,
t- tbral h a air of hively lips, are, has rimkpeare
eFys. " an excellent thinr In wotialrn." l To' ke p
y thLe " pearly ga:i s" of the mot,'L always syput
' leac, and thi t.eath a' ways Irac.:'.it, it ia o:,,
t m esoary t use the , e ,i',n daJly.
3.','Tir -;vocl. ,., hui:cx.-The .ard in an
v o'her itlutmn of thiis n~ortLtdu Cg's . l,. , c, ci,
t tiingL the cert-t::at' ol one ,of our n ,et respected
-w.f t, i tu.e :rt t atl deW, u tnt 21 ' iuit.,
t e tltre tt e rawn tur est iu thte u I; l.ilu atlnrt
cli~s: ' of thli (;eoIlet LtteloOitery., clauns the
Sa rcl ion (:i I or eJcs re. The circl Sta;es t at
Mr. D. (' oihn-ton, tile tpolelar agent, prc.iil ':y
ey ilt d Iti ickt. ainI thel hIlappy r. IUpleat wnut
l i w," r13 t ci .. t, e the ce :tic•l ,'.
... -- 4. w,----
The Ciizt'ta' Irotet vye Fael Company of Ilhi
cgii iiai: a i,.tpot i i-A ,o i , whict, dir
," "' ' .L* - ), ,.·r, h ba transac'ed a go)-),d h,. ;i ,-,
y ter it iL. h;a her ard I . 'it M mtll h nv ag
a hi.Ld all tic Ilri fits ard run It s'ly0 i:. di.':.
-- - -- - -
n in Mrept,i, on tth :i.d, Wm. Jeri-uc, a well
p i n 5 e '.I ty ctLat ..b:e. ia- fa,",f.. i.L : y
1 ·.:ryV' i eder, a cierk and cit , ,I,: ,a t .: etc
1 l i lr Jh I,. I ,- k, E-q.. attort,,y at law.
y It, - c rrps !erch!att, rin tie d, the m;nia'-r of
.e fit ce, dr-rng te ciliate on the bdrdgit, repuieQ
n to tihe attack whib had been 'ade on the guy
d er ihent oi cistiiarr g its rihiary prelparations,
ie itd e.tclared that the armamnnt or disarmament
.5 was equally ia garie of pe,I:e. He sail that
g r. tins were led t, arm themselves by fear of
r- rarce, for ihe hiild the lead am ,ng the nations
it of I tripe, aid c'il'i tat.y di-Itene waith her
in ri·tly ariWmriet, ano thub her tinana:~ caditdtjn
S ubulgt uttuove.
ITEMS m I L AT KIGmT' MAIL.
It is thought rte Califorafa wheat surplus for
export this seasln will reach 350.000 tons.
t ere are 7?i,uOf barrels of whisky in the boaded
wart houres of the Covington, (Ky. ) district.
Mr Potter Palmer, of Chicago, is about to build
Sa latde hotel in $lat city for George S. Leland, of
the liuton Hotel, at Saratoga Springs.
HIannibal Ham.in, late vice preuldent of the
tnited States. has been chosen president of the
SB.,ig: r and l'iscataluis Railroad Company.
It Lre appears, by official reports, to be an in
f cra ed bvteage of wheat In every StMe, and a
n romise of the baet crop ever known.
A claim agent ait Lafayette, lad., has been ea
tt rprasing enouB to get together $30,000 before
C clearing out.
y I.awrece Van Buren, brother of the late Martin
1 V.,n luren, died at Kinderhook, New Yerk, on
e Thursday evening.
A coup'e in Chtlago, aged respectively twenty
or-e and twenty years, have been d.vorced, after a
uT arid life of fle summers.
V (of two hnradr d Massachusetts maidens, nax
ionis and aitlless," aho went to \\ a.h:ugton Ter
e rtory two years ago, all but three have teen
I he aggregate amount of land in Col ,rado
claetred it- virtue of Spanish grants is 4,72i,,00
a mies, 1.351,1 U00 oP which is now owned by Oiu
d \ A artesian well now being bored at St. Louie
has reachtd a dt ,th of 3117 feet, the deepest
sat tle watid. 'TLero is no water yet. The work
I tos h et, ganlO on fvr twent -:i m niatha.
hlerng latt year over a half umillion sterling
z ti0,ta'-t-aus traunsm:ted to hIelaud from Amer
r a, by emigrants to their hliend-, £202,91 of
f t.e trui being tn the formi of prepaid passengers
[he Boston Traveler of last Monday, says:
e 'Mte te churce-as In this city were occupied by
at calored clergminen yesterday, than ever on one
day he:ore. Among them were five bishops of
it e Z on I ,lored) hi. E. c'hur'h."
ti;, rge H. Stout, tl e manager of the New York
News Asoraiation, assisted by a corps of ten of
the best short-hand reporters In this country,
a altes a ae-rhttie.t report of the proceedings of
t Lt Iremucrauc National Convention for the Asso
A few nights since an old lady who had got
upon the tiain tr Chicago at Freeport, Ill., was
n cuierved suddenly to throw up her arms, ex
e cla ,mr g, ' I am a wicked witch, and am going
I. to die " She died soon afiter inl convulsions. Is
ht r pocket was foutnd a hottle labelled '" poison."
An ex1erimeunt made last tear in U;arusany, in
i, -,r:tui g potatoes, showed that where the "eyes"
had been lirst removed, the yield was four times
as git at as where they were left in their place.
It wea fiu d that when an old eye had been
arut bed a it, Iree or four new ones made their ap
Ite Chey enne Leader states that the Union Pa
cific liailro, is ah tot to ereict great hotels, rang
mIn in cost from fifteen to fifty thousand dollars,
at Cheyenne .aramie, North ' atte, and Green
It ver, for the accommodation and comfort of pas
n seegers, in tie event of being delayed or desiring
d to itit at any time wlew. le iaking the journey
is across the plains by this route.
at A Wahliait·on evening paper, of the 24, says:
e '("Geteral Jo,. ph E. Johnston, late of the Confed.
erate servo e, has received a fuel pardon from the
president, t !rough the uila.-ience of Mr. Seward.
r- This is the ftlt pardon yet granted to a full gen
1. eral in the C, niederate a-rvtce."
1 Le I.a,uevil at ourier a special from F'rankln,
I. Ky.. says: "A terrible nsmash up occurred at the
r- -iltsi a I .a.ty Agricultural Flair G;rounds on
Slhursd n ay ruing. The entire amphitheater fell
.to the grot ,, mjuring several worainen severely.
ShL etainuct wa sa uearay fltished, and valued at
$12? (00. ' e damage amounts to l$;7)0.
I he property ol the Inte ex-President Buchanan
has been al traised at $330,5'2, including $50,000
It. real estale, and $t.3ua on deposit with the Bar
t gs an laornen. The principal portion o his es
tate consists. of State and rai!roal boutls. It is
stated that-Mr. Buchanan, wuthln the last few
Syear. gave away to his ralattlon from f$0,000 to
t lo Le axa st ithraseoloy of the law lepealing
the cuttou 4a having Itcume a matter of dia
puite, a cer lied copy of the art L:as been procured
fr--om Westl-ag b) theJournal of Jctnmerce. The
law reida: A I cotton grown in the Uuatod Stt-s
altr the y 'at I t7 -hal!l be a xteltpt from internal
tax, and cytton ninprted frotm foreign count'ies,
on and alltet Nuvember 1, l' s, shall be exempt
f. tlt duty.
Notict abtle features of the celebration of the
Four;h by the troops at Fort Columbus, in New
a- rk harbor, was the reading of the Itcclaration
ie of Idepeudtnce by Corporal B. M. Thompson,
Sruo an aonivereary address by Private Iftchartt
r 'eal, editor of the Sild:ers' Builatoe. The asleo
tIhn f ehllted men uor tle let tornlmane e of these
dutes whren commisiionetd officers are abhndant.
II sp aka well for the iutelugence of the rank and
e lu New Y'(rk, on the .d. Thomas E. 'arey, an
ti attache of a bankting houte, entered Mr. A. (;.
a, It' bank a 4 Hillham street, tor the purpose of
,d rite-,v;n .ta Iuoo it coupon btands of the issue of
.I ', a-.d utoe of the treasury clerks handed out
thte iir.ds to htm, and while they were lying on
-e tie t l n:ter, Mr. ('arey and the gentleman behind
I t':," di .k i tnared into a conversation, during which
1 soime darintg thiet camle up unnoticed, and, sela
II a iL tae money, succeeded in tmasLag his e*oape
a ti, it.
l' lhiia interesting me:morials of the pilgrim
it fathre b ive been ilaced in the New F.ngland
('co- regational Chur:h of Chicago. In toe walls
or tl e claulclh are built three stones, one from
-.craby Manor, in England, the residen,:e of Elder
1Brewa.ter, and the btrat place of meeting of the
cn cui, h, . hch afterwait 1 assembled under Robin
aan at I.-)den, and at which they embarked at
hd It -theav-'. for America: another irom the pave
ng ee.t of a church in Delithaven, near the place of
thbr emnalkation, in which church the trev. M.
S(C l enu tuart, of Ilutterdam, by whose agency
at. the stunl was prot ured, supposes them to b are
a-.-ntl-l I for the labt tame before leaving Hol
n I nid; and the third piece ut the roa- 6f PLlymnubh
y a 'ista - usetta.s, ulon whl:h they landed, a git
Is til tlhe.u.iiiattCu01 LL.e Pilgrim MoUUuimental Aas0
S'l he privisiins of lthe Peabody vd.ta'ational fund
Sdo ait a .tend to .talyrand, Kentu kly, Alissouri
r iLt 'le as. Attet.Itait has ltius ar been given
on ly to tae largest towns and cities. II these it
o was touond that only about one thaird ol tie waUte
h faaldren,: generally from the wealthier families,.
ie were att-ndmog schools; about two thirds of the
ti, oiored children were in some way provided with
r antS of education and were actualay at schoola.
i In seven of the States free schools have thus
Icen establiahed in the rincilpal utitle., the au
thoritie aidJing in iulintg funds, and the plan
11 ar met withl the ecarae.st ci opi-ratital and sym
n pathly of the amteia,7gera itrton of the people.
Gx ('. F. I '.?tal.It a-N '1- Js iTL ATIa --(t noral
Par.-as ata. tr haa -et altier to t-i. na, l:,ad
n head I whLich he leaves at to liau, alctr -,usulta
t tlon with liatr'es flcods, whethlalr st l nme shall
be p seauted to thie Ieliocrautlc coneutaon.
Mr. Blair says there is but ncue way to restore
the government and the Constituton, and that in
a f r tihe plresident telect to declare thn raeconslrc
t, t, n acts ull anl void; to compel the srray to
re u do its ueurpauiicns at the boutla: ,itapirae the
c tirpet-bag otate governmenta; al,-w tho warste
P p--lvie to reorganze thter own goveraloir.iati iil
,- c t venators andl representaties.
l the lhmouase ot rpresentatives will coetain .a ma
j rity oi Iteiaot ra.t Ia, m the North. -hiy walt
a tlllti tlti re pra- tal-at e'l at b el'ted bIy the Whllo'
p'e pie f the routhl, a' d with te rCia o;perrtioan of
-aa Sea tate ta a- i t (-ti a r to 'h i , ati .a la oai'a .1
ed the CLS i'utuuon. It w:. nit I ,: att i tu Castartl
t, t/e a .a.c ;,, .:gi,.- at - at 'it y tVaita'I alat
i alrecy) xprc ., uaII ti thi un.anl :.'I ass is ; said
he t .Ir t ,he fa- wa- to a ,y , , I, . i .~ - L ." , b Le pat
y i rtl puat t'a t o tle r , ' l nd1i only -:,tes ' ,n wht-h
ut Iwe .!tuld all.w to:u tril as. S-aid we submi
t,) the U -ts pat ,)" ta -- a I J : ;aavcrniieit-. h 1-1
I..n oaer-brt utan. , -: 'r . , e.ert ourselves four
i .a i. L tI t -. r' , . n , e ", ,i -eitr ,ria to
st- thLe u.ip-i. at -a a a-ii ei.n-a.c.tl, are ort-:
Ia l: t a t. pI f :l , - ,. t . iS i. .o , aa a l a a i - t a i -
gi.l- '- d attatI ,l . li t-ac Lbf , IIt hI an Iamy is
- 'alntained to prt, : :aI la4 ,agsboulah in Utheir
rt i tgev upoit tie i.t.
SL - IL.ee, sd tutae a., thease, eatup the revenues
al rta-s~urces a I '.Lhe gIuv ru:.lneat, and deatroy ais
, ,t1,:. Make ad icretica between gold tat green
of tas 'c ie tu reasttre the finaces, ¢ al t., di
ea -I I we na.ati ave a president who ati ,x-cu a
v .I.e ad of it pople by trampttg it,, theu dut
s, ae usirpat ,,is o0 Congrts knUOwn as the rTcoa
tDL t ItL Itrn aa ,' .
at I a, lh th stand before the c,tovnt.to on tlasa :
of e a, but ,t Us one whichln ebra ed ta.-ry thlatg t lu
,t - ,C , au in tasuge and comprlelatsavea res-t.La: It
hetr t cee'.Lirag that 1itilu des all tJat ae u . aa - t
on j .t,; and withount t tuere a altl--n ta~t g e.,
Ulyethaw elnor or Ca to tLhme nalttu(nI-