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AITHE NEW ORLEANS CRESENHEET.
VII. TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 28, 1868---TRIPLE SHEET. NUMBER 298.
SF'.ERVOUIB AND I)DEII.TAT-ED
Sai'erligs Have Been Protracted
WHOSE CASES REQURE PROMPT TREATMENT
nRender Exirtence Derirable.
If yor a'rz so ferlg from Ivoltartry Ilseharges, what
ottdoetllltpre - ce nupo your general berth?
Do you telwer k, debtlitatedt. emly tired ?
Does a ttlo oexertion produce palpitatine of the heart?
Does your liver, or urinary organs, or your kidueye, freo
quertly get out of order ?
Is your urine som-times thick, milky, or feeky, or Is it ropy
eeeItthng; or does a thick scum rla to the top; or is a bedl
maet at the bottom after It has stood awhile?
Do yon have spells of short breathing or dyspepsia?
Are your bowelp constipated?
Do you have ipell* of fIaMntin er rashes of Mlood to tie head?
Is your memory impairedt
Is your mind constant'y dwelling upon this suroject?
Do you feel doll, itless moping, tired of company, of hife?
Do you wish to be left alone, to get away from everybody?
Doeo any little tiing make you start or jump t
Is your dleep broken or rertlenet
Is the luoter of your eye as brilliant; the bloom on your
sheek as bright?
Do you enjoy yourself in soelety aM well?
D yon pursue year bnstmee with the same energy ?
Do you feel as much confidence in yourself I
Lse leor spirits dui and tlfggiug, given to its of melnu
If so, do not ly it to youear !Iver or dyspepsia.
Bave you restless nights your back weak, your knees
weak, and have you but tittle appetite, and you atttribute tidl
to dyspepslt or liver complaint?
Now, reader, SELF-ABUSE, VENEREAL DISEltBES
badly cured, and sexual excesse, are all copable of pro
dIcg a weaknessL of the generative organs
'Io organs of gersuton, when n perfect health, make
Did you ever think that those boll, defiant, energetlie perse
enatg, succtstul busine moen are always those whose genera
tre organs are in perfect health? YOea se hear such men
complaln of being melancholy, of tervousnee, of palpitation
(ithe he.it. They are never afraid they cannot succeed in
baineos; they doi'r becme rod sod dircourafd, they are
lIs yr ;.pc..;eq d plea0d urt In tle cmpsuy of l.doee, a:nl Iloit
yeo and thou rig 1t In the faho--moe of your downcast looks
eray oethc meannsess about them- I do not mean those
who keep the oraon. ilfluaed by running to excess. Tue
will not only rain their constiLttions, but also those they do
butinere lth or for.
ilow many men from badly cored dlseases, from the eeects
o' sell aoue ar.d excesses, h.ve brought a"out that stte ol
wehkerr in those orcran that her redued cedthe general system
ao much as to Induce almost every other disease-idtocy, la
nacy, paralysls plnal affections, suicide and aim ,it esery
other form of di-ease btich humanity is heir to, ano the real
ehnse of the trouble scarcely ever esope'ed. and have doe
tored for all but the riht one D!seasel o) tiese organs re
quir the use of a Diretirc.
I elabold's Fluid Extract Buchu
THE GREAT DIIt l1ETIC.
A CERIlAIN CURE FOR DISEASES OF THE BLADDER,
LO A ri OOMrII NTN .
lLMNOLIL DXTA BTIL Uh
ALL DIBLISBD UPWARD O I YEA R S .lA
- Broadway, Tow York, rod
I6 Booth 1th riroetr i'hlAdeliA, Pa,
1 a ly ed eer bhy inel Dr-u C riivrnwtere.
Ad nb mtl EE INEr hun ' de p n eet
o g r ee Or e e ea(d bal ( llod re o smy Cported Imoa the
ncdr .rie d B. T. h· L B OI.d ppl e proprietor woo ori
dpI ed po a)ropt ooko a wr0ble of tedl growg p p
lariy or his aorticles, ud to prevent spaious nd dangerorous
A 9vOl ag.
T E OBE80ENT'B DISPATOHEB.
FROM WA8HI NGTON.
PAESAGE OF THE FUNDING BILL.
lirginla, Mississippi and Texas Bill.
APPOINTMENTS, REJECTI NS AND CCNFIRMATIONS
The Third Louisiana District Appoint
THE ADJOUBRNNEIT OF CONGRESS.
Many Important Offices Vacant,
ALL BILS SIGNED BUT THE FUNDING BILL.
Agireemneunt of- IRadt(lcal llemabers.
RADICAL PLAN TO GET THE OIO5THERN
STATES FOR GRANT,
WAsnt,ros. July 27.--The president hasnoni
ta'rd Alexander Cummings. of I'einsyivania,
cinmniiesioner of internal revenue.
'Three more of the express robbers have been
bung Ly a nob near Sremuur, Ind.
A letter from Acapulco states that several of
tl e crew o f e etCaruer O~-apea hase hae die of
malarial lever, contracted at Courto, in Nica.
1ie funding bill has pa.aed both houses.
'Ihr Lill Ieurganizing Mlsaiclippl. Virgiaia and
Texas came up in the ýnuate. Mr. Blckalew took
tLe tloor to argue it, when Conkliug said it was
u-e 'es to try to Uais the bdi, and on his mouou It
She bill having passed removing the disabilities
fro.i Nelson, lilt, and ten. slung, they were
seated as representatlves from Georgia.
The House htiuateled on the tnitl! to adjourn.
Lth houses are adjourned to the third Monday
7 he ,e :ate rejected Johnson and Sewell as col
leotor and assessor fir the third Louisiana dis
tIrt, and reconsidered the vote coutirming 'eidjn
fir the second Virginia dtrCiet, and rejected him.
There is so much contuseon that it is inpsLIb.,
to give the positonu of several important bils, but
all aflecting the bouts, of anaggiessive cIar,scer,
I he tunding bill passed the House by 102 to :2.
uniicon Corley, representative from Sju:n C iro
line, was sea'ed.
'Ihe 'enate confirmed Gen. Iloecraes minister
to Mlex co, iEnos Ii. lI ,dge, a-so ;iair l -tiee of the
iupremre Court, and Lewis Wo,tly, assessor of in
t,, nal revenue for the first cistrict of Louisiana.
and rejected Simeon M. Johnson, assistaut secre
tary o, the treasury.
The president cal!ed no special session of the
Beate. This leaves many important utliee va
cant. The president was at the capitol from half
past 1] to 12. All the bills were signed except
the funding bill, which, however, the president
can sign any time witiin ten days.
She IlRepublican memblera of Congress have
sign[ d an agreement that they will nit be here in
ceptember unless advised to come by Senator
Mlorgan and Representative Schenck, of the Con
gleeslual Ilepuolcan Committee.
The president has not yet signed the funding
At an informal meeting of t' RSouthern mem
bers the startling proposition was made and met
wih great favor of haviing the b iuttern legi.ie
tures, instead of the people, elect presl rin'al
eow tirs, thus making the practie of S ,uth Caro
hina generai thronughout the i;iuth. There arnner
to be io cotstlitlir ail or lezal rili -iity in the
way of securing the Southern States for i .rant by
The Alabama Legilattnre-Veto.
Mr'sl, Ilrt:, July "7.--tith houses of the
legisaiture have passed an act ratifvOng the
cide of Alqbama. except where it conat.ct with
the new con-titution.
A debate in the Sena'e this morning shows
that a large !unuher of senators are in fav ir of
removing all polil al distbiriies, anl th-re is
probably a majority in favor of such a measure
In the llouoe, Mr. M'Craw., the speaker, offered
a resotl:'ion in favor of .e:moving d.sabilhtis, and
it was made the special order for nuxt F'ri lay.
Mr. Harrington of Mobile offered a resolution
in relation to newspapers. It provides that for
puhlishing slanderous articles the ed:tors and pr i
prietora shall be lined not less than one thousand
dollars and imprisoned not less than six months,
and i.e press and material can be soid as soon as
iudgmennt is entered, t i pay the line. The act ap
plies to gpied matter, as well as original. The
,dlge of the court is to decide as to what is elan
Se.v. Smith has vetoed the bill tfinxi the pay o'
'embers of this legislature. lie takes the groiund
that it is an increase of rates over the ra:tes tied
by the old law. lIe furtin r takes ttle ground that
tLe pay-eught dollars a dly and frty c:,nts miie
ase- is exoriltant atd is not In proportion to the
au unlt in tl.e treasoury.
The Ueergl I.egllature-Ti-Le SesOterill
.Ai vrA, July 27 -Democratic congressi"en
were nuntinated to day, ;en. WoutorJ for the long
teo II aid H V. Miller for the short term.
Ib he House adopted a resollutin riquesting the
governor to proclaim military law at an end and
the restoration of civil law.
i11e were introduced to aranize the milit:a.
rre , nat the stay law and aboholtlig the diitr ct
A resolution passed both hoenss snspenlin g
levy and sale, exceplt for delbts contraitel since
In the Honse a long discnsu,)n ensaed on the
reconsrdera' in of C'andlr a 'a s ieuliou for a )Illm
nutlte on ;:iricege and ele'olol', to rtepoit
w!el.cr negroes have the right to hold otfi :e.
Escaped-W ar E)penses.
IUrl inon. J,!y 27.--lRev. Ieublen Henderson,
wi- was in jail aei )raige Ioourt II us.. charged
wit: the setct!con ani.d umar.-;c of M N, Ms ry
I.,iisden, eccapr ii l:st roght. IT Ief a u.e
sii n of tle seductl- ii Ilut den *-o ti r :. .,d *r. A
resard of $5u0 is uhffered by the g s onr for IS
S;iv. Wells has obtained from the federae.l gv
erin-ent 0 rioi. ben, a portion at tlii,. cxiip is
incurr d by VrirgiPla in raising and e aippig
federal troops during the war.
The Preameh Eleeltlom .Laws-NV lePr Uated
ls the H5Jomee of Lords-Aala.Wae laca K.r
* 5llnoe--The Naurmtllsatlel Treaty SI kr.
meam-D-intsrbace al flgarla--e
Ierwted Urllish Agreeelt eO a Po-turll*e
('etoao-'Th Deatlhl e . Lord--lr r a Ja
Panis, July 27.--Ina the corps lecistat;f Mr.
Rouber, in reply to a iue.tion from i'ellltit, said
the government does not intend to alter the elec
Ihe budget has been adopted.
Lovpot, July 27.-In the louse of I.,ris Napier
took oath and seat. The bribery bill was r..d a
serond time. The public schools bill pasue I.
l.ord MaIlnbury., in reply to liaron II ,ghto~n,
said the ministtrs await Bosean's repurt before
ronsidering the services and sufferings of the
Ab) ssinisn envwys.
In the House ,f n'ommonsLorl Staen!y. in rop:y
to Kingelake, said that Mexico broke odil rela'ous
with England for recognition of the empire. It
the repnhublic made overtures there would be no
d.ffinclty in resuming. bat dignity and self-respect
forbid England to solicit it.
Dlre?rur, July 27.--Bancroft and Baron Lina
delot. minister of juitsce, are holding a conference
on the subject of the naturalization treaty.
I 'mbo,, July 27.-Poitrical disturbances are
again reported in Bulgaria. A dispatch frian
c'uetanti. ople states that the Turkish govern- d
m'-ut has ordered troops to that quarter to restore e
L:iotlw, July 27 -It is reported that a British d
sun, boat had landed men at a Portuguese colonial b
etartsr on the coast of Guinea, and taken ooises- tl
slon of the place. 1 he Portuguese gulard were ii
mode prisoners, and the flag was hanle I down and h
the British colors substituted. The government I
has dispatched two men-or-war to the scene of o
the outrage. c
I.o'.tot, July 27.-Lord Cranworth is dead. It
Further advices from Japan to the 30th June r
have been received. All the ministers of foreign (
p wera in Japan had joined in a protest against a
the rev val by the rmikado of the decrees against
ti. tve Christians. ti
The civil war continued to rage with much vio- p
lence. The troops of the mikado were in pou- .
session of all the ports opened to foreigners by ti
A brother of Stals-Bathi. the ex-tyooon, was at q
the head of the revolt against the spiri:ual empe- h
ror, and had a large army under his commantd, t
with which he was gradually advancing on Yedd, It
in wbch city the partyv of ~be typon is verystroug.
There had been some fighting between the hostile t
frrces in the vicinity of Yeddo, but no decisive (
snecess reported on either side. It was thought a
the war between the two parties, whose reaper- b
tite streigth and resources appeared so evenly
t alanced, would result in a division of the country I
ntoi two independent empires, goverred respec
tivrel by the mikado and tycoon.
FROM NEW YORK.
Case. orf (holerna
tNs.w YORK. JU'y 27.--.Several case, of c0i1lera
iril.'inr g three Odathe, bavr i c,'urred in what ls
known as the shanly district of the city. r
FROM CENTRAL AMERICA. n
New YoRR. July 27.-The steamer F-antiago de 1r
Siha arrived with $713,1111 in treasure.
,te reports no fighting yet in Vicarazut. d
President Diaz was banished. The yellow laever
betl appeared at Rivas, Nicaragua. b
The Costa Rica congress has abolished the ex i.
port duty on coffee. h
FROM SOUTHWEST PFAS. L
h0i IIVwE-iFT PARS, .July 27--11:.: t. g .-Ra.
roneter :70TO. Wind south and light. Arrived: i
Fr, tih bart Henrietta, I..iat. I:t rdeaux, with
general cargo to master. No departur re.
x11 iSnST It.n s July 27-, C. M. -Itrometer 1
2'.70. Wind south, light. N i arrivals or depr. d
tires. The body of Mr. Pendleton. niare of the a
·ican ship united States, drowned Jul" 2ith, was ,
oirkid up ard buried on brake l.land this after
w. u by ('apt. Sturtevant. of the tug Itlpublie,F.
RlVB R NEWS.
I.,i :;\t'.., July 27 -Weather (loredy and
iwni. Rive r station ry with ' in:hes in the
ca:~il and 3-) inches , ut over the N"W Albany bar.
:r. l.oti, July 27.-R.ver deciiuin; here and
' .,sri:. July 27. -Passednp - Q:itman and t
I onn:monwealth at r P. M. The river is t feet oc
low high water mark and talling slowly.
UA R'rTS. I
oI.sle, , July 7-hNouu.- c'onsols )4' : bonds
LivnrlrneL. tuly 27-Noon.- Cotton dull: quo
tlti( In, ti'lchainl g d : iales 01U0 bases. IttealosteI.l
aLd urovlsions quiet.
I iv.iotar . July 97-Afternoon -"otton de
clintg : midi I ng ui lands 10d-: middling Orleans
1 d ltreadst'fls heavy. Car 3.,s. Other
I ,]toN, July 27.-Tu-pent ne de-lined ::1.,
,1"Io d l:6a. ::d.
I.oz0ON, July 27-Evening.- ('onsrls ",i : 5 20's
iAti .loJuly 27.--Rnse rirmer. Ito,:te7)if. 2°.
1. I'POotL. IJuly 2' Eivenine.-- itton still d,
-I' ,g ; sales lti harsle ; i t lting upasuds '.ed.
-.lod.. niddling (ttleans I i,.f!li d.
Ne.w lost. .July 27.-('otton market dull
aria heavy. Ic. lower: sales !,on bales--middlings a
;'c. Floor-State and Western lia,',2i. better
for fresh ground: superfile $1; 5i~i37 to; tSu cherin
a s-lade irmer; c, mmon to tar $' 506i1 73.
NWAeat dull and unthaiged. Corn cI'i.. lower. I
ia's dull soad lower. .less pork heavy, at $'-" 124
5> 25. Lard quiet; kettle renierel I- ;1-j . L
Vh hks, firm: buyers otterier 3')c. in b.rnd : sellers a
a-king 52lt5.;c. Rice qllet: Carolina l,, 11c. t
Sugar dull. ('oiife firm: lair denar i for Rio.
1 urlpentine 4l(4444c. Ros0n $2 " 7 ',i. . I'F eights
d ..i. Guverninenis strong; 3 20'. of l,?2 111. i
G Il exited, at 141. 'notiern bond- lower. t
NeSw Youn . July 27-Evening.-Money easaier; t
call loans 3(<t5: prime dlas'ounts ',i4. Gld I
.t lire end excited at the close, IIl. (Govern.
n rs ro,ed string and h,vaint: 5 :''s of 1-2
1 I.:: of 1 4 1114; of 1ti; li2! : ',l 1.7 10.'j;
t! 411' l1I'' : 7 .ID's lII'.
I.iotuViw.L.E, July 27.-Sales 17 hhl-'. togac . '
L' gs to medium leat $7, l 15 .. 'ott, n 2-c. So
p-rfine flour ft; 25ti,, .,0. Wheat dl ,,1 i)0. l
Oats. new, 456`i5c. (':,rn 11,i. )i. Rye $1 2.54r
I t. I'tatots $250. I.rd i-(, l-i-. Mesepork I
$: - 0. Bacon--shoulders :. io.. clear rib sides I
l' ic., clear sides 17 c. Ru k meant-shoulders I
1ce., clear sides ti;c. WVhisky, raw, free, $1
'INClNNATI. July 27.-Flour scar-_ and firm.
mSurithre 10(25u. higher. Wheat $2 -i?'2 1Ii. 1
'. n f~ (licc. .ata . Pork f- 2. /.
: :.k n.eat-bacon unctianr.!. l.ard he.4,at l'-.
Butter 2.@35e. Clover need 1l..
T. l.oti~ ..luily 27.--TobaL,. ti-i m. I.lge -S' .
Bright lent $15640. Flu-r tire;nr and urlmcinC-l.
Shea? I$20 4lfic2 23. Corn -2,-'-''. (tOtt -.,
P ilk $29. 11cou- clear aides 1 ,~1"c. Shudci-rs
1' ,13K Lard 17,lpo Ie.
Mi;;L , .July17.'- t',too--XN, sailee. !:ezeiptS
1 baul s. Exports coastw.oe .o tiles.
SIva.sA, July 27.--Cutton dull. No sales.
R,' * ipt . 2 bales.
Sin.rio,,', July l7.-Cotton market diclin-d.
S.h:ei b t bales. Middling 2-:.. ilicei itsa t bales.
BOUTUI•B . ITEMS.
('ol. James P. Sessions has loeei appointed
minor of Jacksn.
She loyal leaguers are c!:arged w ith three more
n '.rders in Miis:tsaii'i.
'vcrty five persTns wcre poiborel with ice
Sctaeua at a conceit iin n.uii.slltc, .e'r.., thiooher
the ('orcorria ilr.cl:itcener says 1 enry 'torsy
txpecti to get ,(:ii ga.i!ob r ,, eruri fI ,to f ,rt
atirs. It nmentius a peach weh.:iti~ seven
~o:ice. The rcotton pick-ng season Is c':i.e by.
The Maryaid fruit trip is almost a fa -ure.
The Flag says Jackaol parish wii. raise corn
or.ugh for brlue cous!1:.p'ihn.
The suo saya Franlin Iariah will yie'd a full
a,; trr' p of corn. Cotton is doioLg weiu. Apples
ac ltne nd plentiful.
TLe I'aLlim Sun of t'e I ob sayso : Charles 1I.
Iletury, wle sitliLg in tise parit o0 ('a,, A. "V.
I::;is, in Ilurruiane -elt:eivcntt , 'n thursday
:. cl.t, ( ilverang with a laly. wa s a to: friom toe
Ir'.lt galll ry ,y sai:le one iunknwun. and kIl 1.
Mr. II., it will be recolected. was thit uung man
w! ,-,a solt time since kiled lir. i Ir.s.
* .mtono expec:s to hlan.- an 1 e · .r 'i:: e.
it naes parish, -esi ti.e Gazette, is having too
mit:cb rain. Cotton is fine.
TIhe wile of the late ( apt. It. F. ~ou,.ders. for.
. r.y of Iorrest's ca: ryV. ii. tig.l'et r wHib er
a '!aum'our, untder arrest, chai.d with poitning
her L'U',i, st A-Levi'- N. ( o
', n , vardal guugd,] ,rt the ev'r<f a new pwr
*etrlt (,f cGen. Lie, while It was drl[.,g na :ue sun
at lex.ugton, Va.
Sitae c;uork a near't. w!.ho wns; to l. i.r:a,
Save returcel to th ir (.1 L me. tue of theiln
says Lthe natives are a hird s.t.
hany lI.arter-.--A ot. Lo:uis d~i sat'h cf the
.1 h nays: "1. ,. i;ay. an I tno pi miuent mer
Stiant in this city, han brouglt an aatachm.nt s'it
avaiarst V iliam Edwards. o! the firnl (f Wil -ain
I -owards A ('o., uf New Oricans. f.r $- ' 'io due
I n accoent of ahlinentnu . Au oh E l-ard'a prup
erty in this city Lan been :'tr.s ed.
There is to be a grand Iemocratuc barbecue at
tsr Pe'dro rilr:nga, near ban Antonio, on the
1t.L of Augi it.
One of our radical contemporaries swears that
;rant in not only a warrior, but a ,tateesman--a
great statesman. Now, let it swear that Collfa
Sis rot only a state-man, but a war-ior-a great
warrior, and that will make the ticket perfect.
A DI)srnassRio CalUALTY occurred at the new bi
depot of the Poutcthartrarn Rtairoud on hinmdy pa
evening, suddenly robbing four young children of pl
a beloved mother, depriving a husband of a ten. I re
delly prized wife, dangerously irnjring the hus- ec
band hinrself and casting a pall of horror over lI
the whole community as soon as the partienlars of
the misfortune b, came known. Mr. George F.c
Knight, of the firm of Poth.if & Knight. doing
business at No. 96 Camp street. next do ir to this
office. had. in company with his wife and their
chl'dren, started with the intention of going to the
lake by theb o'clock Pontchartrain cars. They Ai
reached the Girod street dep it as the train was i
in the point of departure, and in fact it was A
already in motion before the children had all been Ni
sa'ely placed on board. Mr. Knigrt was upon fir
the platform of the car and Mrs. Knight upon the if
platform of the depot. engaged in putting the
children on board. Having done this, she at
tempted to embark herself, but alas! our pen is tr
reluctant to tell the sad.ale, her clothing caught,
yd in a moment more, crushed between the plat
form and the car. she was lying dead upon the at
track. Mr. Knight, who bad rushed frantically to ch
his wife's rescue, barely escapelI with his life. one th
bf his legs being crust ed in the endeavor. lie et
to was powerless for further help for the ti ne.
Officer Hyatt, who ran to Mrs. Knight's assist
anre, sustained some serious injuries and even h
had a nsrrow escape with bhi life.
Mr. Knight was at once convwyed with hii
b. reaved and weeping chbloren to their home at ri
No. :;:12 Br, tnne street, which but a short time
hIr oe they had left lfull of hope and happiness. m
Aith them was borne upon a waron the remain
of Mrs. Knight. carefully guarded and screened
fromt sight, and as the sad procession pissed di
thrrough the public streets a gloom seemed to tli
st tlie down upon the throngs of pleasure seekers, at
who, horrified by the intelligence of what had oc- dr
curi d. forgot their contemplated amusement of
and turned musingly homeward. The writer has fr
rarely seen a casualty take such complete hold 1f
upon the public mind, and has never witnessed a fe
mn re nimurnfully instructive scene than that pro- ni
prned, as slowly through the busystreets wended Ir
the mourners hushing the laughter of childern as ni
they went, and making even the mist idle by- w
etalnder reflect that in the midst of life we are in a
d arth. A
Coroner Roche held an inqnestat once upon the fit
bh dy ,of Mrs. Knight, the jury returning a verdict at
in accordance with the sea facts we have narrated. v,
Mrs KL.icht was a native of this State. and but bi
twenty six years of age. Both herself and hir to
Luot baud have long been estcr-mr d ard, beloved by t,
a large circle of Iriends, the lor her charity and vi
bhlal,li's of temper, he for his uprightn-ss of
character and true noiNlty as a man. fIr. Stone
has been in attendance nup n Mr. Knight, ait the at
t.iape was expressed yesterday that amputation of th
the l-int might be avoiderd and )iis life yet saved.
1 he Inneral of Mrs. Knight at ten uohlock yester- nu
day was nurnerously attended by her late f lends
ana relatives whoue gr -,f, under thill sudden Ibe.
reavenient finds, we are assured, a response frio
tl.e entire con muoity, and for those poor children ci
st, suddenly deprived of the care ot al mother. none "
who read this can fail to invoke the protecti ,n of of
Ilinm who kiowe'h "even when a sparrow falleth ti
from the house top. n.
THIIE LATE DtElE..-The coroner's inquest upon
the body of Paul E. Laresche, J.r., was to the ef- di
fe t that Mr. Laresche was k lied on SatuIrday fr
nooun, by a gunshot received in a dool, at the of
hards of J. S. IlBonnere, back of the lelery plan- as
tat, n near the Battle Grountd. Several gentle- A
imin who had acted as friends of either party. or c,
as Cu geons, were arrested at the same t!rue witn It
Mr. Bussiere. but were released yesterday, under ui
hi ds f fI$.(,I each, the surgeons under bonds of ot
tiio. We believe the surviing onrcipal in this a
uorfortunate affair is the son of Mr. Tully S. BHs. IL
mere, who formerly owned the Ahita Springs, Fi
back of (ovington, in the par sh of 1't. Tammany, to
at I who was killed in a personal affray with Mr. n
Vrnmon. in the t fre of the loutisiana Courier, oul a
Exchange Alley, near I anal street.
nsI or 01 It AIXtiAARIE, who returned yester- at
day rnm a short excursion through Mississippi, t<
w here te was repeatedl bored by the all ab
sorbing ,luestior.s, what is the healta of the ity ?
is the e any yell.a feler' was tarigularly per iI
pH uxtI by meeting his mutual trienls. Tom o
flothick. the undertaker. and fir. litineyer.
s, try of the i,-,rd of Health, enjoying a II
ni,.e togetl.er, at Johny la kiona' saloon last I'
ev r irig. The tfornmer comrtlalued of iits.,, ,. it
te ig very dull, and the latt:r congratulated us hi
t.at he had nothing to dii. Our country triendi r
at (itl! not hesitate to visit the city while these it
geinltcnen agree. ci
Irtn: hT. CuanLas lrxr:tTxE.-Very pleasant
was the half hour whi h we yesterday snatched
front the duties of the day to spend at li,: Hour.
Lon street. Arrived there, we w re ushered into a tt
it'd(i iue parior.at one end of wauch were seared
ai ii.e i(- the ladies best known in our city, and at
thde other was the accomptlihed direcur,.ss of the
inchiol. surrounded by swine twenty or thirty little
n ,uens, all evideut-y to anxious to please mama
h) acsust'ing themselves crediltably In the ordeal I
t., fIe pas- cd through. int not, tio anxious ab ,it h
that to display avery laudable desire to losk thelr
itot as well as to do their best. While there we
heard a class of some die-n " put through" grain- t
t.,ar, arithmet:c, spelling. geooratihy an- history. t
atmne of the smalle t did adintirably, sad pr)vhd t
tit i selves scholars of which any teacher I
r i> ht be very fiprud, while all showed that t
they had well spent their time during the liat I
y ear. We were not there long enough to learn h
fri nt Madas!e Lelrane which of her pupils have
pro.ed themselves best in their several clases,
aiil therefore cannot by name give to the younrg e
ladies the mneed of praise they deserve. One a
pleasant feature was the intense desire which n
eath )ourg lad) evinced that the others would do f
at I. It was siu~tng to wititess the kuited t
brows sand pursed rp lips all along the line when- f
ec-sr ri y one girl hesitated for a mimient, and de- h
I :'ful to see the sunty Iileii which over)Iread v
eIty tice as soon as th!e I I:lc! r1 tlesti n was i
slswted. the exaninuation will be cthtioned to- -
dy, and on Wednesday eveiiungi the pupils will t
c-ve a .Iterary asLd lultii.cl entertaunment to thrr I
f ends at tlhe Oper:i tlHouse. Lucky are those who if
hold ins iSt:tons.
lu Ts STIAMER F.IRcCE~c, of the Mobile mail
I re, left her wharf. at the l:ead of rt. J iseph i
street, on Saturday noon, b iand on an excoure ,n
tlltp ia the passes to Mobile, a:d carrylnag w:h ;v
bher a goodly numher of pleasune-seekers and :
inited juebts, includ ng several ruemuoers of the J
Aiembiiy, and the tI llowirg gentlemen from
headquarters: Gen. (;raham. commanding post : t
I ol. batchelder. chiief quartermaster fi.h military
h !ctrict; ('nl. lLandcpllh, medical directnr: IMajor
Ket r. ch.ef of i vil sf1 rse M ajojr tlutchiu-,
S(a t. Ilocrkir, and I.iru's. Tlldy and Burbalnk. 1
There were also (,f the piarty Iol. Hancock, a -
Sru,,,t-r of the general, now atrtng u lletor: ,
r ( oat. Yur tr,, U. . .avy, ofl the lMainksa; ('A tt.
fi,,t anid l'aymaster Hu ,llch. U. t. army: Mr. l
I tur.ell. of the internal rev, rle service, anl
SJ..Lge DeIlt, a broth.rr in law of Gen. G;rant. The
2 IrLnteces reacLed Moubi'e early en the morning i
a't r Ler de; alnue hence, iand returning on theL, t
r-ni.e tvening, landed her passengers sale and
2 ...nd at lake end yesterday murniag at da)light.
1 Tie Ml votn' Merli,,v to the city counr-il re- t
!sa'ive to the gilt bestowed on the city by the em- )
i-',oir i-f the French, anil the resolutlas ad ,pted
i) bth bhoards, in ci)mpliance with his ho,-r' ' c
-restren, fave been iac3n'ifu',l' tranrrtt,,l t
ut otn paretment by Mr. H. A. Spencer. of -oul.' -
C(ton.-crc as t.lleL,. and will it tl in form ie log
warded to thie secretary of state. at Wt.thingtoni
t ir trarnsn.,,i-ln tti is.ss Nap ,Ie n. Tl-e message
; igned by the ma)or alone, the resolutions y I
t1.- neayor at d t.e pres;dent of es h bliard, at d
tl.e seal of th.e city, to which are 'tatched threa '
il b -ne, red, abte and brue, is alixed to the I
A r1Tr(c\ was recE-ived at headqunarters, yes.
teldm.y, fromn the c zltZers i-f fluintoit, T 'xa., pr -
te-tiag agalLL tIt rtentLt rrm-val otf their minur.
rea-urder aLd rlrshal, and the appointmnent in
t ht ir places of others, two of whom tlhe Iiretln
tii a lege, are it.ctig.hi:e inder the city chsrter, i
ati d Lte under the r.c:,Lsr. .lion laws. Thelte
0 a it-n. u, wn caruiltd, it f tud to be about thirtyy
fet in leg:!.,, containing a double row of unaes '
fr in top to btton. I
Tim EtIrTARY OFi StitT, feo. E. rovee, has
t ad,-rtsed a ccn-rtn;caturn to i;en. Buchar~an,
n statrng that the recorde of registrati ,n at urement
e in his the seretary's. possesiln are incomplete,
. c piti~tg only in the bound volumes of natho
nt tir by electrrs in the regitrati mn bef re the
Ia.t. and requesthng that the general will furaish
it lire with fartber and core accurate statements of
a tle late regntra'i, n. During the past six weeks,
'*o gethlemen, Metsrrsr.cott and James, hire
rt en bufly engasgen in re arranging the lis:s fior
it te:s arish, rer dered necessary in conseqnence of
Sthe charge from registration by dietric:ts unler
SS~terldan,. to that by wards under Hanrock. This
,t duty will be completed dnrinrg tse citmmng monthi,
nt. ad lft en the lists for 1l,.1 parlth, as revised, wli
be f ialhsd the seeretary re renuesatre. As for
the lists is all the other uarishes of tie -ta,e, it Ut
will tbe remembered that Gen. Hancock'sregis'r- i n
tion order diected that atttr the election they II
be turned over to tie civil authri tes of the th
Ipreis. In mlltast oases, the shesitfh have b--en thus he
placed in charge, and upon tbhe offic als the see. do
retary of tatate will be Inatructed to call for what. sE
ever infotmation he may require beyond )rleaus
ACA DneY oP Mtrso.-The unexampled esanitary thi
conditionofour city and the encouratr po- w I
I ec's of an early fall trade and a lively aseieo,
have Infused new life and vigor into all claooie- tl
and that we may not lack amusement, those whi,
cater for the public in that way are up and doing. ru
As usual, first and foremost in the field are the
nara:,gers of that popular place of resort, the Ba
Academy of Music. Mr. Dvid Itidwell is now in it
New Yi rk and has already secured his tis
first attraction, with which he will lead tt.
( ft the ball ab ut the second weak in the
S-eptember. He hba engaged a newly organ- 7T
ized Ethiopian troupe of comedians and mins- or
trel, such as has never before been brought to. sic
getter, under the immediate management of Billy
tmerson, Allen and Manniing. who have a fresh the
aird sparkling repertoire of everything thlt Is
choice, rare and agreeab!e. We are Informed
that their quartette party have never been
equaled, and that they have the best iastrumental
performers that could be fourd. They purpose
making a tour of the West prior to their coming of
here, and will consequently be in splendid work- ha
li g order when they give us a taste of their qtalt as
ity. All sorts of novelties are promised at the t.
conclusion of their engarurment, which muot ren- go
der the Academy the ileult of the apprecla:lng
tl,rt:lityr RIroRn.--One hundred and ten al
dc atl were repiorted to the Board of II, itth for il
the week ending Sunday mor::iug, the 26th :eit.,
at I. A. M. One resulted Iromr 'atcide, fr., 0n
drote rug. I from brasn disease, I from coixeesti -a pr
of the brain. 1 from softening of the brain, 14 le
fr: I contumptiont, i from ' ingesttve fever. 2
perici(usa fever. 1 intermittent lever. 1 brain
fever, I nervous fever. I onerperal fever, I re- co
n!ltent fever, one scarlet fever, 2 typhoid fever, 3 co
Irous heart diesaae, 2 from lockjaw, :; rom pneu of
nit ias. 11 were stilborn, ant, the balance from alt
various ordinary diseases. Of those who died 3I" kiL
are males, il2 females and inlantes. ; were co
ahites. 23 blacks, 12 nulattoes and 4 not claasi- an
fied. 65 were natives of the United States 2, not ci
stated and 25 were or.-igners. 33 wero under I as
ye ar. 17 between 1 and iii, 3 ietween 10) and 15, : Hi
bt teen 1I and ^0. 7 between 20 ant t', It be- '
tw een .mi and 400, between 4 12 b'-tween it
50 and 60, 6 between t;I and 70, 4 bietween 7T and
; c, aLd I between -I0 and lu10.
TIlt ('HiESCKnT RE'ORTER received the follow- -.1
ing naive cowniunication yesterday: " Mr. -- -
a tiated In the Fourth IlDtrict. Sunday, reqteats yet
the matter to be kept dark. It was only a s.nUtll- eh
sized drunk, and not of sufficient importance to on
nsake a paragraph of. IHe will no doubt do a big- ,w
gt r thirg next time." TI
Time RFltvOmIRt of the fountain in (;atllier's is
cr it y,rd Is nearly full of water,from the iloul is, y
wtl,; bhas fallen within the last month. Tie man at
of science can form a pretty correct estimate of
ti e quantity of rain that we have had recently by
n.O-lturng the contents cf the aforesaid basin. YI
A losT AMt UiSo lscIDENTin- occurred on Caron- tt
de et street a few days ti,. A stalwart negro, m
fre. h Ir Ini the cnontry, and dressed in a fall suit do
of brown tinen. was in cltse and earnest conver- pl
satin with a scalawag, at the corner of Union.
An idle cur passed aln-. stopped, smelt of the
regro's leg, and---lhowed the peculiar habit of
tile canine race. Ihe darky stood innocently B
unct ncitous of the cireunmstance at whl,'h a score
of tystanders were laughing. FIive mimutesafter
warea unotber dog deemed It incumbent to repeat
the t ert inoy upon the brown linen continuations-
ou eit pioutly this tinme as to attract the negro'a at. le
tetti n. A tremendons kirk and a hearty anathe- 1
n.a were the dog's reward ; and the conversation te
was ah nlptly terminated for that day at least. Li
'i" i, 'Itl a foul thing when a cur cannot keep him- is
aeif in all companies. I would have, as one should at
soy., te that takes upon him to be a dog iteed,
to ie. as It were, a dog at all things."
(1: P ,rr nIAY or Suinday night, a man who isbe
ii'e Il to be tither a member of the legi-Lature or it
I otherwise cottLected with the state g ivernment,
Swas pi sisqg down (;equet lsheet il a state ofP
SI, rit ly. lie ota1;gercd and tell against the d or at
Ut a duelling, one of the iiimates of whi.:h opened
it ai. alloued him to enter. Taking pity up,,n bhu to
ht;!mes i- condi:ion, she masto Lii lie upon tli,, a fa
i,i the front rot itn r pallor. After sleeping there
for a ctoup;e of hours, he roused himself, and
calf, r papr paier and a pencil to write a nuote to
a fr:trd of his. The no'oe i-co sent by a
b!atk Merecry. Before the an.war, if any tIhere It
acre, was brought, the dilaritgui.hed gentleman m
uoineroni nitously toil, tiis depatrture. Reaching
the ;iip.xii.ity of a watchman he callCd for liis ser
vices, explalining that lie had been robbed of three i
hri cned dollars in curretncy, a gold watch and a
gi(ld headed cane. 'i e watchman rapped for the it
c-,rporal who forthwith appeared upon the sc:ene.
They pr, ee cded to tl.e dotuicil in qUtlstin: the
ti I,lirate demanded the arrest of the, wimlt n who
hid acted as a good ~amarrlan towards him, for r
havling robbed him. About this time a grocery i
keepler at the corner, who was still up, was at
tracied to the spot by the noise of the persons it
talking. Be recognized the scalawag. and assured
tle tor oral that the coniplaiuaiit hardly could
r have lb en robbed ot ailthinog, friiii the simple I
thi t that he had been to the grocery, called for a
Irt: k, and, having no mtlney to lqmjudate, had left
bhi lP'icibeck cane in pawn.
'Tu SPATIEAE Ei l.A returned on Raturday ii
everi;g from a brief cruise in Lake BUrgne, t
a wllittler she had gone, canrymng a ipatty of gentle- I
h n.t i interested in the project of cutting a canal tl
Ifrtm the Miesissippi i t, the lake. We learn t.,t'
StI.e result of observations nuide was entirely sats- a
fa, tor3, a sufficient depth oft water being found it
- both in the lake and at the mouth of the bayou,
Sw!:h wt ilh the canati, itarltg friit a l int sh ut i t
l ts-ve! nile beow the ctv, is to o-ninct. Tne p
etLi re distance to be excavated unlilnts to ab tut
I t-o itiles, the remailds r oit ae propo,*ed channel ri
Sir tlir g three miles fuirther tihrough the hbayor in
0 C .etiOn to the lake. We are fur:her iintrmed
Clat Tark will he crnimen' vd very sh:trly with
tic .,lc'tatilon that w;thit a year's time CoL- I
ni [icatIon will be estalbiied.
TRsi-nII.T goiRAt, was the exprecsion which in
Silctaicrtl;y cant to our lpus, yesterday, it glanc.
: iLg Pt the eno nth green grass l l.ativyette "iliare,
a j -t ropIt ed c!ole by tI.e keen a( ythe of a drzen ii
or niore laborers who had finished their services
: to the corporation regardless of the depreciatioo
y if (;:) n.ttey. It wan an rld fashi, i'd country n
r ,i :.e-there precttd in the very heart of the
, ,y. A wagon stod piled up high with the new
n it-tn. grass, sagalnt it leau:d a hay fork. aid e e
a re it a silelpy For'e t-r -aced away uioni the
: en sward. Itn the hate t'.e merwer were r.
t. 'ing. tltaying thliePn sels l nih tlheir ntnti-y re
. iu t, sItI ait-out Itic-a II. ups ul I hidren I,-llel tI
1 l,, n ite newly cut sea ,,, tUllriitc rnetetr o P
e hi.d thoulOing with shie at tre novel ipo't Such 5
g ia dlnt Ccrslonaiilly is a r lrthintg changie from i
Stlat pitbtoled lb It bk wallas at ulabaneuquettes. e
WC V ICe '-RiKLY RE rl:err that :he tiressure of huat
nt. -reve.ted nu ftr'ni cin- plying wilh an invita
I t-n xtendtd to ti by te worthy fath-rs who
Sh -ve Ilarge rf the (t. Alphboans pare 'hial -ehool,
d ,;-ated (,n it. r dtrew, tiltr Magaz:ne stre:t, to t
5 i't'ihd ri exi hui:on (if the ninle d,.prtmPerit f
itL so tol. V'e esal einit-,,v ,i ,,wt wver, to at- I
i.t. t.e i xlihiiliiu a tei h it ti (' hib s tiere this
te iir g p y the young la I'y a. i.
SD,!,) MI nrte ard l.a-:nia W\!ithi.: were arrested
;d 'i a arraLt Cn a hiouse rin M.ganie street, yi.
'e !ay. by i police cfl-er Mieade. cliharged with t:e
St tlt ( a large quatD'I'y if r ' kery and other t
loot fu]nd in their tposeesion, Inclndling a sword,
( ii e n antel irariiainte, atil a variety of tlates
aS d it les. whitch rI a - lt, e whaln nni- , ktn I
' r ei e tte pictie tthce look hke a French MarKetl
i r, cktry stae-d.
I i T. I CT iiL. Wu. II. Winni, Itt ilofantry, has
-, ., c detsied a a liv'd ( "'- crs ---rt, u: let thie
,:l s.i' tim tie c" ne th se r'i- n of 'he s^t of
t ': ra .ully ,I-l 2, fur the trTil at .ti-k -in
aHroi kat (i- ri of htn regliiuibt as mLaJ be
b lcoIcut before h'in.
L: '- 'iI.. W. T (;v-T-nY, W wa n-a dipathed
nr et 0 e0 iatl icltruc'ir-ns tfrom l;en. Htthanats to
. Mi ican, Texas, the scoceuof thelate diurbhnces,
SleIt lere i-n the morning of Saturday, a week ago.
S earhed M diican on the evening tof the ollowing
day remnaied there Invea'igating the troblnes
Sr.l 'II, nrday, and then esarteing upon hi re turn,
rtai t.-d 4thi- ,ty on naturday last. He reports
tht i:be ar, outs of the disturbneor have been
pri-al) exaggerated, and that only live or aix, in
e:trtd cf tifty or silxty, were killed.
T i .is ttT- ( COLlgi.K on Ba-onue street held
Er L(t first prelminary exerciaes last evening. It
i a- our gi od fortune to have been present to
aI nese their modern adoption of " Box and(' i x"
S in atL: - Mr. Box fully a:counts for the pale face
or of te pruntr--his nig'.ly toil and th. not tn
Surnul perplexity whether be sball swallow his
nap or his bIeakfast first. There will be a very
iliterrcstig del ate by the pupils thisevening, sad
the laughable farce of ' The Irish At orney" will
t e performed. on Wednesday evening, and a
d, 'drshttion of premirums, which will close the
annual ci mmencement.
.It iar: Joan It. ItoslwNSON and Messrs. W. 8.
Pike .ald G. W. KI. I'ayley left for New ' urk. v:a
the .tackeon Railroad, on business cotineited
w :h the (ipelousas and Great Western Railroad.
DI)oRlt B. Tnovas. nominated as collect.r of
thliie. pt,. is said to be a Tenneasean, and a per
sonal friend of the president.
Trte wit. ir: no dividend declared in the
Iarker esrtte in bankruptcy until Noveumber, and
it :a considered probable that the amount alti
nsiately realized will he ahout twenty five cents on
t.e d, Iner. The assirnee has been required by
the couirt to fornl-h bhnds. ar d some t! ,O) of tie
$70(1. charges havi.ng been objected to by credit
ore, have been referred by the court to commis
stoiers. as the law dtlcttt
TIn IevrtrIt trcI's sq'rih wtas very witty, and
the I' uind' *e ' prophetic :
I air-" Methinks I s,.e the White House."
,? i ur --' Where ? "
Illair--" In my mind's eye, Horatio."
If rier s.es.-The house of Mr. 11. Aby, corner
of l bhird and t hestnut street. was entered about
half past eight o'cloik on Sunday morning by
as ne pterson or persons unknown, who stole iron
the hat rack, two coats valued at T1.. The froat
gate weaopened at the time.
The residence f Mrs. l aylor, doi i'rcus street.
wee entered by th eves between the hours of three
and tour A. m. on Sundvy. A quantity of plated
silver tableware and table linen were stolen.
( harles Johnson. colored. is aroused of having,
on tnnday morning, hnrriari,narlv enrterel the
pri nepes of Martin Hertor, corner of lc':honpitum
las streets. and stolen thence two undershirts and
a towel. The case in fixed for August .id.
Jnrut, the accomplished, the pleasant and e.
ciin mn.dating Jimmy Higert, of Johnny Hawkins's
cortfortable apartments, yesterday nent us a bottle
of the mild chain lightning which everybody
Sabout town patronizes and gets fat on. Mr. Haw.
t kins ae! Jimmy, his sub, are ini d rect telegrapito
conln.uriicstihn with onurluon co;itty, Kena k:y.
Sand Mononrgabela county, Pennsylvania; their
i(i nsigr atients are unequaled, butia as to purity and
as to quantity ; and here's an 'ealth to .Job t ly
Hawkins and James lio7.rt. In the language of
lie Dutch poet, their whisky is bett'r than go id,
it is vcr) nice.
Sg(oon Wits Nerns No Ilrowa."
" 'u. six Hi sin, July 2., 1', 8.
"To rt' JO Niiot.
" Jtear ,sir-May I take the liberty of askilag
your acceptance of a little lubricatin toil in the
shape of an unhttled bottle of old l)tard, and
one of Keen RHihard s iamples of the kind of
whisky which they used to make nine years ago.
That is the age of the vet, ratn 1' question, and st
is warranted lilt to ' cat in the ei e,' and will aid
you it readrmg proof, as it te full proof whisky. In
avceptitng the aame, ytu will oblige yours truly.
S" A. iARti.. t
As genial Andrew srts the veteran is alnne
years old, and, Irkse a healthy nonagenarian, is
rmellow to the core. Neither the veteran nor 'he
otard Is made of the " parlous stuff" that makes
met sudden and onlek it quarrel, or stagger like
t dogs poisoned with strychinre. It is wholesoune,
pleasant and cord:st, and Antircw has iour thanks.
FRANmcls A. MORRis, charged with the murder
of lteyn ont l.ar at the Orleans House on Satur
day mirning. was arraigned before itecorlr
Ber ker anld was reniaided to the l'aribh i'rion,
the ixan Latittu belt g tixed iur baturday, the lst
(U.Is ALIAS WiM. WAiren was arrested on the
levee on Sunday natrning by ait Farrell and
special officer Pecora charged with feloniously ea
terinrg, in company with John Schnapper, the
iouse ofit Mr. E. C. Billiugs on the I tth lnst. ie
is also tiirged with vagrancy and with being an
able to give a good accornt of himself.
Sandmy' ls l·paehes.e
S I.rnomo. Jyu'y 26.--The weather is favorable for
r te cri'es.
'V s'.'i , .tJny 21;.- There were political riots in
PragHie ltet wtiek. .ihe Kgrlr ious were inoreased
and quiet has ib en re-tured.
l1r:. :, July ;.--IThe ing of Pruassia has gone
to t his'nrein.
aI'Asi, July 26.-Bourse weak. Rentest (fraca
d I"it x'rORT, July 2r; - 3 2;1 . firnm at 764.
o i stier. July -,,- Pe'trulhumr itt..
a\\ 1ti,i.r.To,.J nly 26.- -The president nominated
C Il;eer lans for Mexico. Senate ticoncurred in om.
n muttee conference report on lutdiig bill. G E.
epeisa' r seated as ·e.tr fr-om Alolnis.
Bill reduchi g the army campe tp in regular order
e in the House, and, by tent vie, was referred to a
tonsit t e by a marii ity of liar. 'lt kills it for
e the present. One scti-,n of this bill armed the
o0.l nat itia of the ,.'.lrh.
e ie ruenate cotiitmei lbbert A. C'rawford as
0 co,i .tir of it'etointl at Braz iw 'Aantiag,, Texas'
'r r -crted Gen. Jeflries for commissioner of interasi
1- is aiming fSoutl.ern militia and reorganirlng
tI, gover inments to1 Mi-risnippi. Texas and Luuisi
d sna utidouitedly dead int I aftr re-ce-.
d be l,resident bas ni,,inatedl J. J.. Johnson col
e lector of internal revenue for the third district of
L,:lana, and I)Dorsey i. ThVlaa collector of
fcut.tine I or New (trlierns.
I. Ile was quite ans exciting time in the Renate
y last night over the amouut die to S-iuthern s-tna
e. torn. Mr. Trumbull's motion gave themn esca
e , $7 io, but the rule as it eventually passed g ves
at tht ii at), ut $4t0. Some of theitm spoke in their
,ow1, I. .all In this Ilporlllt r ui , t. nad were
ai. n it 'o vote in their oeni behalf, but the rules of
d the -ena'e chectked them.
, 4 or gress adjourns at 12 tr. Monday. There will
it e i ,, ild ltiou al legislation all,,::r og the huutti if
t Net YOsr. July 2i.--Steamship Mariposa at
I rived roar New tirlerus.
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d 'Ike Toriure as Fart e'Piski.
S t:'>-1.i AyD TEte IcV "Yl-t A-DL ToUl:R Sih WIT'
Frm t-eru l too- it. Tiletrn ,.i.
lhte rfldavt of .lohn Htapier, one of the ns
fortunnte victimuasl of radical torrment at Fort Pu
.s Irrlki. Ill be fond upon another Iage. It i a
in etty rf cruel wrong and severe nouering infliterd
y irt ton nmno'rent and defenseles man.
S it scems like harred dretn, and nota enaost
fec rlese reality, that. in so styled Repuhblican
e- Arerla. Itnorient rlen are siltenrly itrn Iron
il t ir fsrrilies and oturpatlion. *lirrnpttiounIly car
rlt i off great dlttances imiii.red iIIn Jlungeon and
til ' ",, SiitiOn' saptid t< tI+rnt iIn the firai of
threats oi death-and irfltion of lagtrizing and
protracted 'ortnres in the silegri alld l lioIo of
h a titrranean cells, where no human eye wit
ioe see. except that ,f the pitileas and cruet ex
. ectiuter. It tie Anerian pieoliuo can anu tion
st h Iproceedings as thes*e, then indeed are we fit
ii- o l fr tie Ilhasian kLout-for an Anruic despot
a nr a Venrstian dgs..
o I ble ( olIin.t.i f:nquirer ln notlcing thIs lagltiOlal
>, alerr pt b bribhed attd tortuirerd wlitieeces a t obh
tt taln a "(lon i ti(in ol the o,,ilmbuir lirloniers, says:
f Itlat the whole radical cinapira'y against the
at- I;na ( f the yioung mnien frnm i :orlulnmuq, now ion
'i isi at A'lul;ta, wiuld ultiriately be txpotsed,
.Lh tlist it would prve tPr be olie of the inimt
ientmous and strrciotir plans ever ','i ,tcted. we
t are all the timue believed. We were r rt. tI ere
fori., i:;rr aed to hear yestcr vy a prevalent re
(itrt that informatiorn r its truie < iara'er bhad
e . bn :rparted to one I. agih In a:lthority, ad t hart
r the prr.if is plitive anl conclusive. Thre is
:o' i re r!o to hoI:eve that i.e - !'hiU had ite
e rmIn In Washington. The explor re mlurst clromn
,o v. t w. -en with i:' the retlptrl-,l ,i,-n i,.ure the
lbitr.I.'cn d ran of t . ceaiie of the proke. I'IUon
under the ,trong defir-tsive edJet·ne adueced
as a iid surely tad to it. In the nueantimo the
Sit'r ci if the defense are " iring Pelion apon
fI i.a " in ti e way ',f iprt.of if the innocence of
'in t , easrt a,*'u. * ed. We !ope that the tentirOty
Je 1n that s;de will soon assurne the argressive lurnl.
ed TI .\lexandr I (apide. I-moc,,rat rays: It
Sis no use any loniger idlsgrlisilng the tact, patent
t, t " a hat the c-!redl I' i , ru , of Itapiles is
:ow a fixed inetitut:tin, ie. a in awake. in
o re al dead earnest aid r th a local habitauoa
a! a name. Not cintent with toe Larno'he
ee t ut er, they got up a lal, a rnuising ball, o0
lO alt te'urday night. They were gratifel and
tn Intnred by the pr. iJletur of the Ice Rurie, Pit
S' at their dcps.al tlh finoe aid large ball room
in is hotel. We uoi't candidly admit that tlisa
e.eir.et.t ol the tIencr. tic party of ltali3es is far
.l h. ht fit a1 at w (eI' gaization we ever witt!es-ed
i leftrre r , ,r rish. Their hall was really well
tm gotten up an a banndsome affair.
t t ' cre is a talk of taitUg a radical pape. la