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TUESDAY MORNIONG, JULY 21 1868.
National Democratic Ticket.
HORATIO 5p YMOU'R,
or SMW 10oK.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT:
FRANK P. BLAIR,
Eleetera frer the Stae ae Large
5I-OOVERNOR R. O. WIELIFF, of West FehcSani
ISAIAi OGARIRBT. of Ounchsen.
JAMER P. FRF RET, of Jefferson.
JCD4E J. N. LEA, of Orlseas
Fimt Congressional Dltetnct.............A NAMBOLA.
oeened .. .. ............. B. BRADY.
Thrd .. .. .........A. . HERRON.
F. arth . . ...........A. DSBLA. '
ift .. .. ............N. D UOLEMAN.
PrIn Congresslonal District..........T. P. SHERBURNE.
Second .. ..........OeO. W. RACE.
Third .. .. ........ J. H. KENNARD.
Foe rth .. .. ..........E N CULL'M.
il, . .........JyW. 'P. BiL.;K dAN.
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8o'TiFERN PA1I:'Tr.--CO. Rafs RI. Riodeg, s -
licitor ( f patents, No. 23 ('ormmercial Place, offi t
cially reports to the CREscENT the following com
plete list of patents granted Southern inventors
for the week ending July 14,1, G6:
L.uostana.-llenry hbaw and WVm. D. l.eavitt.,
New Orleans, grinilng plo'e for gra.t mins. (.
K. Marshall, New Orleans, hot air flues in stoves.
banme psrty, coal grate and stove.
iti7,r t qIf (oltn,',".---. . M. Alexander, Wa~sh
ington, check and diiviag line. J. G. Jewell, t
Washington, window.eash stop.
.Aarylar~ld.-Wm. I'. Blades. Baltimore, car
brake. H. W. (rouse. Westminster, pump,. MuI
ton Day. lialtimore, corn sheller.
Vlrguta.--B. W. Oaborn, Whittle's Mil's, cal
colaoir g balance. I:nuch Thomas, Craisville.
oil. tobacco aid other presses. A\. P. io tt,
Liberty Mills, cultivator. A.J. Truxell, aaem.
lard press and passage stutler. c
,4iortlh (rolinr.-A. T. Lastts, Camden, animal
ard bird trap.
G(;or:a --L. Itemelmans and L. De Give, \t.
lanta. manufacture of lnass.
A boean.-J. l. Cakeet, Montgomery, double
hK r,',ncy.-.I. G. Mc('ormlck,. Lonisville. anpa- a
ratos for feeding luel to furnaces. J. P'. Cam- d
mings. Newport, tire plug.
nnrt.es.,e.-H. Vaughan, T. Chadwell. E. H. c
-Chldress and G. A Webber, Nashrille, anoparatus
for the manufacture of whisky. 8. B. McCorkle, s
tireenvlle, horse collar stulling machine.
Ab ir.--Thos. Reese, at. LoUis, steam en
Ile:sue.--.Dredging machine, E. B. Bishop, New A
I'esoIEn.--Trsde Mark--D. D. Mallory, Balti. f
A very proper cocalusion and a very good illts.
tration al tae way sone peole . converse:'
It Is a waste of money, sir." V
" I sayi it I a waste of money for te Grand
lockwond to build a seven hundred and fifty thou- -:
and dollar house in Norwalk."
" He might better spend the money in works of
"1 know be uhas a largre collection already but a'
set so large that be ought to throw away money
on bricks and mortar."
"Beside-are there no poor whom he can bea- s
eit-if he is geoing to lavish so much on a build
arg-why not erect some charitable Institution?" f
" But it is sone ef our business."
' Tre--I never thought of tht."--R, y. HMa. TI
L CQ0I5U ADJOU3N3D.
Ever since Congress commenced, about
f, three years ago, the policy of subordinating I
all its legislation to the paramount purpose of i
R. perpetuating the rule of the dominant party
by ev ry means and at all hazards, its history
his been little other than that of a revolu- 1
tionary committee in permanent session. Its I
enactments in this character have been of i
: such a nature that it was often impossible to I
foresee the precise manner or effect of their
execution. They have sometimes proved as
Sperplexing to those by whom they were de
vised as pernicious to the country at large. 1
Hence, in its supreme devotion to the in- I
t -r s's of a revolutionary partyf Congress e
c ,uld not affrrd to consider its work at any 1
time as complete, or to adjourn for a regular i
vacation. Pending the presidential campaign, I
the urgency for unremitting presence at its i
lost of vigilance and revision has been espe
cially pressing. But the presence of radical
senators and representatives in their respec- t
tive States and districts for a large part of I
the campaign is equally demanded.
t he adjournment of both houses yesterday,
not ,,ire die, but to meet again on the third
Monday in September, was inspired by both I
there cousiderations. While this will give
radical members of the two houses nearly
two months for indiviidually canvassing at
hi me, it will also gis e them about six weeks I
for a session of observation and consultation t
on the course of the campaign, in order that a
they may lie prepared to adopt any legislative
expedient which party eriergency may seem
to de mand as necessary tc success. It would,
theteture, be altogether premature to con
elude that the failure of the bill for arming
the '" loyal militia" in the South and the hill
to provide provisional governments for
Mississippi, Texas and Virginia, indicates
that Congress has relinquished the thought
of further legislation designed to prevent the
h election of any lint the radical candidalte for
President. 'Ihere will be time enough be
tween the latter part of September and the
beginning of November for taking ali supple
mnentary measures in that behalf which the
occasion may suggest. The proposition to
distribute arms to negro radicals to be used.
as Congressman Drake, of Missouri, frank
ly avoued, against Southern conserva
tive s at the coinng election, is simply
held under advisement from prudential rea- F
sons. Between this time and the reasseim
blhng of (ongress some other plan, less ame- a
nable to popular objection in the North, and
of more ceitain efficiency with respect to the P
desired result, for compelling a favorable
issue of the election in the South, may recom
mend itself to the radical majorities in the
two houses. 'erhaps it is expected that a
radical legi-latures in this anl other recon- -
structed States nill proside a military ma
chinery which will be adequate to the pur- ft
pose without the direct military inters entiou
of the federal government in any form. Bat 1
it may be questioned whether there are good
grounds for such an expectation. In this
State, at least, the projects for maintaining a
political domination by drago,,ning the opp,,
sition are, thus far, too complicated, con
I:sed and cumbrous in detail, though atto
r cious enough in design, to promise bri!!i:nt di
results at the approaching election. The fect is,
there is an increasing volume of public opin- to
ion, not in the South alIone, but through iut
the country, aoeist the brbarous atdl d,- b
testable s stern of electioneerin-. tactics whlt-il
the radicals of Congress instituted for the ci
creation of radical governments in the South, ot
and which the-,, governments, as faLthful anl
se rvile imitators of their political creators, are to
eager to pra.ctice for ell'f-lreservation as well
.s tor tLe umivere;, spread of radic.l despot- A
isom. Init r the force of this public opinion,
the hold of the cuapet-beggers, in Louisiana
and other States, upon the colored p ipual
ti n, iE dai'y more uncert.,in and wak. Th': ci
intelhig-nt and Ih).nest portion of that popula- gt
tion no re and more realize the co:u:lltlnity II
of interest existing between them and thi.r de
white countryut i n, and more and more
anak, n to the awful calamities to themselves It
ulaich w-ould Le the -equel of the social war fo
tLreatentd L}y rtdhal legislation. These coul
ored Feolle Ire 'ready to tct with the conser. n
ativcs, i:tl t!.he l:tttr should by all mn-ins en- l
clti age. til:, di-positton on their part by y
'enlit 1 ru t, to' seelod lv atc;:uriti e ,Ii
ti i e, Irt* ction a .i m: raidcal ,ersc- w
LO AL POLITICS. hi
The WorkLtnames Tecnt Wa-rd Indepen
dent Meim,'ur aid lt.lr C ub and the it
Tentlh Wrd Ilemocraile Club.
lthese two cliles held a joint meting last of
night over Pfister's flied store, near the Mag,.
zine market, for the I rptise of electing tw, tel
de I-gati s to thfe l'irocLi Ex:ecutive Contuit- tot
tee. The separat.' orgiantization of each of re!
these we ha:, alreaty chiionicld rand noticed
the micttigs c;'le.i :i1 Lst n:gi.t for th elec- tot
tion of to dtitgait fri :fe :;, li t)nll matture
Sntsidet:ratin. !.teex., it wig.1 to- I ,'.t I t
to I re the tn ett. ',t the nltbs t, 'th,-r fr
the election of te , ' ' .leg lt's fi, it th,' wv ,L,
ohtle, excelpt so far .s ti..ir actI,nI wi!l at'e t
the interi -ts of thie lwhole, ward. they will in
future tach retain its on n organization. an 1 El
cah wotk separiti-ly.' The reason of this di- Ce
vision of labor is the extent of the ward antl
th:e greatetr thonr, : ghn: 55 of canivassing th;;s
l ,inet. ' h t h etini r'.silte, in the choice
of Mr. HIucki:.. ,of th' W ,r. in'non s C'lub. I a
und Mr. W. hl.oI r r f tl. X-a-it lub. Aft it
ti, election. (C'l. ,lao-s i. En-titat wno wa h
one of the delegates fron; tlis Saite to thie o
National Ilen.'ceratic N.-mia:ing C(onventitn w
at N. w Yotk. trdle the club an cl-ljtut a 1-.
dicess. It' told themn something about th'
convention. andl then proceeled to discuss the chi
-ersent ct.-.t n of a5Lsirs in a mannr tt.
wi-llthy of his alreadly high reputation as an
,rator, pointing tut to hli hearers where their ho
duty lies, antid uruing them to discharge it. '
At the conclusion of his speech, with,out t
further business the t"o clubs adjourned. a
The Tblrd Ward Central Club the
Meets this evening, at 7 o'c'lock, at 1hr t. bri
Charles street. All Democrats of the Thilr1 I
Ward are invited to be present has
The eymeuar KInLghtsi
-Meet at the ball over the Gem Saloon, on the
lJival -troee A full att ndance is recquested.
SaTr VQrascnrttr Ivooy DFI)ETrOYsorgI.--Tho. aUT
sands of teeth that might last a life time are lost bat
every year. simply because the parties concernel we
eitber forget or do eot appreciate the fact that hit
BoSotoT. douy applied, renders the dental sub. rad
stance praef against decay. tea
Cry of the uarchin n a aungar hogsheads--" Oh of i
for a thousand tmngues." one
how should yon " peak " a steamboat od
Through tke engine-ear, oe coure,
A CON FIEID NUCUSIYT.
It The opposing views of Mr..Boyden and
.g br. Dewes, of North Carolina, expressed in a
if recent debate on tl4 subject of arming the
;y "loyal" portion of that State against the
y other portion, illustrate a dilemma to which
1- the radicals are reduced with respect to all
ts the reconstructed States. On the one hand,
)f it devolves upon them to prove, by the in
:o trinsic and self-sustaining power of the gov
ir ernments which Congress has set up in the
is South, their reiterated assertions that these
e- governments sprung from and are sustained
e. by the body of the people. But, on the other
n- hand, these monstrous children of congres
is sional usurpation appeal piteously for paren
ýy tal protection against the disgusted
ir and indignant communities upon which
1, they have been thrust. Moreover, this dilm.
ts ma is complicated with the danger which Mr.
- oyden-a radical, but not a carpet-bag des
a! peraido-deprecated when he said : " I warn
the house if arms are sent there, we will be
if ruined. We can not live there, if we need
anything in the way of arms." Mr. Dewes,
r, on his part, considered nothing but the logic
d of violence on which the whole reconstruction
h policy is founded. When asked if the recon
'e i-tructed governments could be maintained im
y nvy other wiry than by the bayonet, he an
it swred : " We ran, if yon will give us arnms to
:s keep down the rebels. If you want to sustain
u those governments, you have got to give us
n DITOUIAL PAaLAsGAPIIs, XTC.
New York has 20,000 tenement houses.
B- Itooth's new theater will coat half a million.
g 'Latfrau bas a little cottage at Long Branch.
1 (Gen ral Roussean is in St. Paul.
ir General Hancock is at Cape May.
. Dr. Holland Is charmed with England.
t Swinbnrne tan hid convulsions.
It costs five dollars to hear Bchneider In London.
In Hawaii horses are worth $2 50 each.
r Nahille has a girl baby with four lees.
Electricity sill bleach unrefined sugar.
e lick Taylor basea cottage by the sea-Newp-,rt.
Grant travels with a nmap before him.
c The presidet.t is going to Newport.
S Colfax used to be a dry goods clerk.
Mobile is expectant of female barbtra.
Archbishop Cuolen is better.
NswLtury, Mass., has a berry-picker ninety-livo
Mark Twain is reading from his book in San
New York absorbs 20,000 kegs of soda water
atid 40 000 of lager daily.
1 Fast young women drive four-in-hands at New
One hundred and sixty seven horses died in New
Y-rk, week before last.
Large unnibers of side-whiskered Eiglishmen
are "doing" the summer resorts.
Otiver Wendell lli:mes is rusticating at his
pretty little Nabant villa.
Alaska has a berry which makes a fine edible
froth, jelly and soap at the same time.
1 It is said Greenport, L. I., has made nearly
t 120 I '0 ou0, torpedoes the past year.
Trieste sends 12',000 worth of leeches a year to
Seward says 'he state department is sufferig
fur want of clerks.
Sac Fran, ico has Chili strawberries, seventeen
to the pound. Price, $1 a pound.
It is said the candle dealers paid the Pnila -
delphia gas men to strike.
It ccts England ten thousand dollars each to
test her guns.
A Western newspaper celebrated the Fourth
by pr:ntitig its edition in red and blueink.
Victoria is t.ow the grandmother of thirteen
Gen. Stoneman is said to be under the influence
of the Virginia " rebels."
The " wicksdest man in New York'" never
tel's a lie.
S he Atlantic monthly for August, the best of
Anerican tiag tziuns of its kind, is before us.
Men and wonmen who would knock you down if
you called themn lias, lie etery hour.
i Ne York Mail
A Now Y,,rk correspondent of a Troy piper
charges the New York merchants, as a class, with
gro - illiteratecess.
Wicked n.en s'unble over straws in the way to
Ileaven, but cilrnb over hills in the way to
Gresham, No. 92 Camnip street, has received the t
Iliver-ide Magezine, and " The Land We Love,"
In the graduating c'ass of Yale College, !16 ,n
n :uber, T snm ke. 13 chew tobacco; 7 pl!ay bil
hliards. and "'7 play cards.
(;to. E!lis, op;,osite the PostoOlce. has the Nea
York Ci-pler, Natioual Police Gazette, ~outneron
Home Journal, Frank Leslie and New York c
An English "!ergyman has taken up his reid
deuce in this cctunitry in order tha.t he may marry c
his deciased slfe' stltcr--a luxiry whlch the 1
English 'aw prihikh:.
The body of Geteral Timas Francis Meagher,
it is said, was found. andl buried near tile p t
where found, within a month after the sad accident d
of his drowning
Ithe students at the cotlege regatta in Worces- i
ter, Mlass., were mirtilully riotous, and came near I
turning the town upside d-wn. About thir y ar
rests were maelt and hea.) tines imp'seld.
" Ivy Green,' who hab jOst returned from a
tour tirough the n.rthern part of Mississippi, re
purts the crops of tie State as superi ,r to those t
,t any other year since the war. There are no t
Ind;calio - it tLe worim.
Mir. L.ongfel'ow consented to be dined in Lan
drn onCOLtittn that there shlould be no spee.- 5
nuLing. An or g the company were the luLks of
Argyll. A'mira- Farragit, Lord Hoght. n. Lud
Ediut. Right iHon. W. E. Gladstone and Lieutenant at
Ceneral Sir Hlope Grant.
"''WirrHAT Gl BA- A1LF IIKRE."'--tr-ixteen years f
ac-i. I ue. 'ar tl gave I, y- htlogical lec'urea i New
Y'rk to ladies. One day there cameto nher rooms t
a ottier, with tn-i;s ten pears ,ld. Mhe a-k, l
ln te. narii t, st ow to the children the wax mdell a
,i a female bdy. wih whloh she lectured, an1 to St
give hemn her n i al full description and extlana- Fi
tion if every organ and its use. llTe womb was i'
ri Itr' -cnted in the seterith mnonth if preg-sany
with ttiS. When lni.e. 8arti reached this she i
was a-oct to pa-s it Iy without mention. "'top, hi
ui! d the mother that is ptrect-eiy wh:t I most
ai'h my little ,ines to see. Then, as the two hf
chi'dren looked with earnest wonder on the two hi
tity btdies, locked tightl) in each other's embrace, th
ste a:d : ce
"My darlings. you know I hase often told you n
how tir nine lonq months you lay close together, i
in that wonderf;l little loom which .id has made Ce
in the mrothers ,dy. Now you can s-e just how c
It was. -ee how mnch manmna must lure you, a
and how dreadful It would be if you did not love I
each o'her." H hen Mme. Sarti told us this story t
the tears stood in her eye., and she said in her at
br-ken English. 'O)h. I did like to bless that wo- tu
man ' What men will she make those boys to het'
Ihere are mothers who will read this with a
hasty blush and half sneer. It is of no use to pr
speark o such: we here tried it, and we have not op
ftctd any words which they can ondterstand. But
there are other niothers who will panse; and while lot
they are pierhaps a little startled, will have athrill th
of earnest questioning: "Is this really what ought
to he done? How could I do it' How can I be an
sure it would be best?' To these we stretch our
hands and say. "What God has called pure shall
we call inmpure, and withhold it from his little one,? ha
ihall we allow the holiest of his mysteries to be
rudely handled by coarse men and women in their tot
hearing, to be defiled and overlain with lies, to be
iade a savor of death unto death to them, inastead ate
of life unto life. All this we do if we delay for
one unnecessary bour the telling of them all that yo
they can understand-and they can understand all 4
that we know-of the great laws of the heman
body, of sex and reproduction." It 1
j A Mothr,. is Ihelaiadepe t, sa
ITYZS TY LACsT NrIGetl IMAlls
nd A oung Germas was robbed of his watch end
$8000 on the Broadway bridge on the 22d. f
1 a One case of cholera ocnurred Ia New York on
he Tuesday, and one in Brooklyn.
The bou Francisco glass works were destroyed
e by fire recently. Los, $10,0)0.
•ch Another powder nmii has exploded in Gorham,
The estate of the late Moses Y. Beach Is valued
d, at $250,J0. I
in- The blockade of Mazatlan is not very strict, it
"Old Town Folks." a new novel by Mrs. Stowe,
he s announced by Ticknor & Fields.
es An Havana dispatch mays it is reported that
certain bankerain London have offered $2,000,000
per year rent for the Bay of Samana.
ter Hon. E. H. Moore has been nominated as the I
Republican candidate for Congress is the fifteenth
district of Ohio.
n- A violent cyclone visited Barbadoes on the I
el night of the 10th. Vessels were dashed together
and some lives were lost. t
The tariff for ten words, allowing five for ad
n. dress, over the Atlantic cable wll be fifteen dol
r. lars in gold aiter the let of September. d
The trot on the 22d between the horses Commo. -
es- dore Vanderb.lt and Captain Gill, for $1000, mile a
mn heats, was won by the latter; best time. 2:32}.
The C 'ngregational church and school house on t
Elm street, in Camden, Me., were destroyed by t
ted fire on the 21st. Lose $12,000.
L.ient. Wm. S. Mackey, of the 20th infantry, fled
' from l.ynt ithurg recently with considerabl t
gic amsu;nt of money obtained by fraud. ii
on Mars Kate Keathley, the Massouri giantess. died
at her horne, twenty-five miles from tt. Louis, on
in- baturday. She weighed .12 pounds.
ins Edward Morgan, government inspector of steam- e
boat boilers, committed suicide in St. Louis, on c
the 24th, by sbct-ring himself in the head. No
to cause aseiged for t: act.
tin Tie 'onnect:cut legislature has killed the pro. a
ject for the consa lidation of the New York and I
us N w Haven. Hartford and New Haven, and New c
Haven and New Luondon railroads. t
At Memphis, on the 21st, the mercury ranged a
f;t in 12 to is during the dIy. There were several p
cases of sunstroke anO two deaths, inclanding J. c
W. Ihi nil son, a well known lawyer. t.
Schenuk has pronounced in favor of paying
the five-twenties in greenbacks, though not in
favor of issuing a batch of greenbaks fur that
Gen. Dyer, of the ordnance bureau, against i
whom the investigating committee made out a
rather strong case in their report. has asked for a
court martial, and will probably get it.
O. The navy yard at Charlestown, Mass., has be
come too small for the purposes for which it was
designed, and It is proposed to remove it to Kit
tery. Me., and unite it with the navy yard there.
TIe propagation of shad in the Connecticut
rt. river has been brought suddenly to a close by the
intense heast-the young shad dying within a few
minutes after being placed in the water.
The Miuccatine (Iowa) Journal states that many
farmers in that vicinity are adopting the plan of
workivg at night and resting in daytime, in order
to save their men and horses.
A match Ilitaril game of 1'00 points, for f500,
va between Prolessor Carme and Joseph Vermillen.
at Chicago on the 22d. was won by the former.
Verno:l en made only 335 points.
an Commodore Winslow has presented the proprie
tor of the Winslow House, Kearsarge Mountain,
ter N' H., with an elegant painting, executed in
Pars., of the engagement between the Kearsarge O'
S'tae Wells Seminary for young ladies, at Aurora, B
New York. was dedicated on Thursday. It cout
'w over fl$0,rO0, and was a free gift of Henry Wells.
the expressman, to the educational interests of 1
en A letter from Shanghai. Toune I, via London,
July 23. says it is reported that the crew of th,
ii American we-eel. General Sherman, which was
wrecked in the Chinese waters, were beheaded by
the natives, where they landed.
le Capt. Andrew S. 1 todgood, of the steamer
Seth Lane. has been held for trial by Coroner
ly F )nn, in the sum of $10 100, on acharge of crimi
nal negligence in the case of the recent disaster
on the North river.
t negro named Dill Love, in Baltimore on the F
27d. n.ade a foul assault on a lady. near liullair. a:
in iHerelord county, and while being taken before `
a nagistrate was taken from the officer by a mob
at d hanged.
'n (harles W. Washlurne, cashier of the People's or
RBnk of Roxibury, Massachusetts, who .-igned on oT
a. ccount of ill health, jumped overboard from the
ste.snter Scotia on her last trip to l.iverpool and
was drowned. th
to lates Inom Ied River of the North are to July p'
4th. The most terrinc hurticane that ever viotted
th tat section passed over and devastated Selkirik
rettlement. Peter Matheson was killed. Tne
Episcopal church w a. destroyed, and many bild
'a iLoc were unrooled.
by direction of the president, the secretary of
war will soon issue a general order reorganizinu
tie existit g military districts in the -iuth. A
onrmber of officers now on duty in those ldis
er tracts will be relieved and ordered to different
of A letter frc m the city of Mexico says a lealing
paper there had an articie intnmating that a coali. "
ton of European powers with th CUnited States
if was heirg discussed, the antn of which will be to wi
div de tip Mexico and sell it out to the American it
er I he latest brutality in the shape of a weapon
ih livented for civilized warfare is a new saw
beys net. having one of its edges cut into an ordi
nary saw, by wnich a much more severe and ttl,
p pait ul wound would be inuicted than by the
Sweapon now in use. ri
I he Scioto tazetie says that a portion of a skele.- ue
te ton. supposed to have been that of a mastodon,
was foond in Camp Creek township. near War
eily. recently. t(i.e of the teeth weigned fourand -
a hlf pIt unds, arlI the jaw bone measured thr,-e
in et std six inches in length. An efloit is being
I made to find the rest of the bonee.
I:ecetLt news from Syrta states that the Ameri
can cilhuc at lanit has now dwindled down to lecs
than twenty persons, and that Adams and his wife
0 have left ft r England to endeavor to secnre re
k cruite. Solnce their dtiarture the charges made
aealrst Adams have been a-serted by his deserted r
di~·rples to i:~ae been well founded. 8
It is now stated that the skeleton recently dis
cit.ered in Kingston. Mass., was half a mile frtm
e the scene of tornelus Holmee's murder, and is t
sul loted to have belonged to a tailor named
Junts, who disappeared sixty four years ago,
r, just before the birth olI Deacon Andrews.
The recent rtbbery of the Imnporters' and Tra
It ders' Bank, at New York., appears to have beei a I
very ulystetlionus affair. The money was se-uirel
i. in a burglar prtof safe, locked withaccombination
lobk, which required five persons, each knowing
only a part of its secret ,perations, to open. yet n
S over (otr (liii in gold was "aken from It, anu the
I ck alparentli was not tampered with.
a A train of twenty three wagons of Jiephite
femil-es on their way from Utah to the States, ar
rived at ('heyenne on the ith. They expresed
e tltar;tves verb n., 'h dirsg::ted with the way th:at
Sthey were treated by b:righam. They assert that
the portion of thole who acknowelge Brigh inI
are nt t. - i Morlllols, but Brighanuesa: an i that
he is i ilt a trlt plroplht, or the legitimate sti ce.
s, r of the head of the church, but an impos'er. ,
f ~to. In the name of the church, makes arbitrary
laws for his own worldly advani-emeut and gatn.
SThey left ttah on the 22d of May. and lIst no
t stock and had no difficulties with the Indians.
A singular shooting rase eccurred at Cromwell, TI
Conn. A New Yorki r came out of a house of ill- n
fane, sand asked a boat-an rowing by on theC io
Snectricut if he would take him down to M dile
town. On receiving a reply in the affirmative he
taked the boatman in to drink, and then gt
a' tcard the boat. and fired one shot at the house,
at d thlen one into the leg of the boatman, taking
effect in his kntee. Hie thei threw the pistol over
board, remarkinug that he ought to be damned for
what he had done: in wh-'h the boatman coin
itided, with the prov]>, that he first ought to be
hong. Ihe felow was arrested and tak.n to jail.
It is understood that the Erie controversy has
bhen settled on these terms: Daniel Drew's loan
has been paid. He I allowed to keep his hipe
thecated stock at 70, and as he had it at ter per
cent. less, the operation will put nearly tt, 0U0))
into the company's exhequter. DIrew ceases to
bh a director, and it is also understood he has also
cea-sed to lie a steckht,lder. Vanderbilt sells the
cirmpany T,o0..O0Otti of the new stock, about the i
average of the sales of the convertible bonds, fto
which are to be retired snd cancelled. There are
Sther arrangements and stipulations, but these
are understood to be the more important fea
TatLuxic I'i, InEBR.-Even when the gates of o
prs~er are shut in heaven, those of tears are
When the righteons dies, it is the earth that
loses. The lost jewel will always be a jewel, but
the one who has lost It-well may he weap.
The reward of good words is like dates; sweet T
and Itpentng late.ob
T'o slander is to murder.
Thy friend has a friend, and thy friend's friend
has a friend-be discreet.
The camel wanted to have horns, and they
took away his ears.
Descend a step in choosaing a wife, and mount a
step in choosing a friend.
If there is anything bad about you, say it
One rate: another says grace.
He who is ashamed will not eily eommtt dsin.
It ls a good sign mn man to be capable of being
ad A Wsahigt special of the 221 to the C:ain
all Enqurer rys :
D A IILL IN RIE RADICAL CAMP.
Mr. Headrichk's bomb.shell yestorda esatiered
the radical calculations. To-day he followed up
the charge with a battery of etubbo s logic, unlit
the Jacobirns squirmed. Yesterday Mr. Hendricks
ad deolared the measure arming the Bouthern negroes
foll of peril to the country, and should be resisted
it by the president with IS the constitutional
power thbt the extesutie pseeseed. Today he
., replied to Mr. iherman, who claimed that the
murders la Texas folly justiledithe measure.
at Mr. Hendricks inquired why it was that the only
00 tate in wbkh they claimed outrages occurred
Texas-was omitted from the provisions of the
th 'here is a feeling of apprehension here, hecom
ing intensified. iThe impression is we are ap
be proaching a more
er eRiTOS OCRISIS
than the rebellion. The oldest end gravest men
d s speak out their fears, and a distinguished ex
1- general of the federal army, not now in politics,
declared to day that in less than twelve inm ruth
o. members of Congrees would be hung in their re
ie spective chambers.
This officer, though lately sympathising with
)n the Republican party, is satlsfied of a fixed de
y termination of his late political associates to over
throw the government and seize the executive
ad power. He says the people will first have to hang
lk traitors in the capitol, as the surest means of sav
ing the nation.
al THE DYER (OUtRT MARTIAL.
The secretary of war has granted General Dy
er' request for a court martial. The ofifers to
compose the court have not Set been sele ted.
io BUTLFR TO BR IIEI I TO A' COUNT.
Secretary Schofield intends placing Gen. Britler
o" and his inquisition on trial, rather than (;en. Dyer.
Id The ctarge of fraud made against the ac:lng
S ct mmissioner of patents, in the matter of print
ing the contracts, results from ignorance. The
id acting commissioner made no contracts, but sti
aI perded those nade by Aken until their chara-ter
J. could be investigated and approved by the secre
tary of the interior.
CONDITION OF MOItT VERnOMn.
at Great complaints are beir made by visitors to
Monnt Vernon of the wretched eonditton thev
tfind everything. Every visitor when it i i is
a taxed fifty cents. Hundreds go every week
SWho gets the money' Sonebody hamade agooi
thing out of Mount Vernon.
- ROI0ERT J. WALCER
+ Declared his purpose to-day to support the
1- Democratic ticket. He says he iever hld another
y "IPAI'IIJAN LOTION"
BEALTIFYING TIE SKIN AND COMPLEXION.
PHALON'S " Paphian Lotion " rermve ail ERI'P.
TIONB, WREr'KLER, PIMOLER, Mut"i RLOT(IIiE,
TAN, eMf. and render. the klin . . Ft F', "1 lo .,mig.
For Ladies in the lseary it I. lnvalnl'ale. For iiestlemen
In after bharvlsg it bhas no equal. " Paphlin Lotion " it the
only rettale remedy for diea~es a ind b'enli.hee of the Skin.
PHALOtI'i " Psphlan Soap" for the Toilet, N'rsery au
Bath will not ('hap the skin.
Prie. 25 cents per 4'ake. Rold byh al Drnefries
F Irensch Syrreps for FaIntly Itsr.
S PAR EXCEILLiENCE.
r 10 Doren PINE APPII.E. LEMON, ORGEAT, ORAui;E
e FLOWER, BANANA, RuSE, RASPBERRY, STRKA. -
BIRRY, GOOEBERIIt, VANILLAand R&B1'BEitlt
b These Syrup are mannfctured expressly for far.ils nor
a under my per~,rnal per\i.iin. Tey are warranted Pl RE a
n nd FIlEE PROM ALL ADULTERATION. Gret rare a
has been taken~ t, g've to each quality the preais Il|avor ,,f
thefruit. 'lo bt, in titi result plre jui.es have been ri. o
Sported direct from Europe.
Ccli and ex;samiLe, before purchasing eliwhere, at
:11 Old Leve strueet B
B Retaeen r'Pnti arnl t I l. "
! - - -- - .
Itreea ey. 1
t DON'T LOSE TIllS OPPORTUNITY.
Dea h hasu ltel taken swar a parter, and in with a Ia
i'apeitl *,.I $0. ,It riaic lred to take hie pine. it I. a r.,e
, otii, aii . h. . ,.:. A i.,oL ie w i,., ' Vt.: oQ ,
.t'ow is the Time.
We have rri hand tl irhten S.E()OND I) ,ANT Pi oil ,
I that we will i ,er-se of at pr,.~r r. .ie lti the ;Line, t,, ..,ke
a r.n: for 'he new istak Am.,ng %,e ls,t are a"ve,nl e e
ILEYiEL i'lAIbOra, u,r new. Now is the tin, e to tl. a
good ilitruareit t a h.,itgaiu.
ZORN & BREM:R.
9- C" into stiriet
E. ('ar rrr r Co.
CELEBRATED PATENT IIfPFOVEDi
A FULL ANiORITMENT ot the LATENT MANL'7A(
TINRE , the.e well known aid n-t app-over (il i ni - oW
receiredl sand ,netaatly on h.id, toiether with biAA ,
BaNDS, ORATES, RRItTL, Bi)FXE.R, erte.
The wide atnI ulntsurpl sedl repntation of t!, a ri N r, ,.
mat the rno ntry is tio we'l est. h iihed to rellire i urter a r
tificates or 1Ldorse.: er , tt, to 1 p lhatr
FlTiTERI & ('I)., Agents, i
S.. 1R) I~avler itl.,,
Purre, Sparkliiag ice Cold Soda,
TICHlY, KSiIENuIEN, BLADON,
BLIUE Li K and BARATOJA WATE (8,
on drarght s s li times as d
ercer eheity ,,ni M'tigoe iio ts
Fruit SyrnFp or my own mlke olyr are tubed.
J. C. Bo el, V
GmENr RAc I Ae '("iI()Ni : lOt
,,,.. ,, I alu iiii, i urad *ry Te,7LEAYi, iilUKlnUAY
Faasmanasa's Cotton Tiea,
We have a Lerre Rnpply of the ele.,reated ALLATOR
Ti1, ian Land. Wliii h are aneemrpseo 'll q,,ahtr o iron. ti.
Ini ti bei t heatIlkluii nharuliitiioe rid iilu;y goa mrc.d
ATsi, FANtAiMAN' RU'rITTrI TIhs, and DIAMOND
TrI. soni, netnniely ued Is iormer nora.
For aale m any quirii ty tai suit pnehbkdrl.
CHAMBI'EIt ,i ITTITN ,
Iron Coltotr Ties.
In addlton to the celebrated ARROW TIEq, I am n,w
preprced to rreeiv nrdes frm the trades foir tie Pcd :It FAd
TENINO BSI' KLE TuIE, ail mode of the best quality Eir
rhl lron.-and BANDS of ·ny regul-ed lengi'h.
H. T. IBAlfrLETT, O
General A vitl. 63 i "ronJilet i tre et.t
"5oultherm Lands 1 .ifeUcy.
We offer our Irvlc a for the disposl of LANDED P1-O
P]-RIY, ct., In thie Neothern bkiea. ReOerencee cui in
form~attol prormpt y uilvel.
LIVING; TON. E(GERTON & Co.,
Noi 15 LI~er'y street, New i ark.
IOCLTHERN PEITROLEUNI S rO VF,N
,h r rnLEtM STOVES bake and eook Settad Pd
qeine than any rOther 55., Wtkousmeke, duen, sskor i
The tnoe can be ss dal is opeetlon st all koars, at
tobaesse'. Loech Stona, I thre Merehants' rIrehtmage, and
als as ike etblinmeint. No. Itt Mggasne strese
O11 tei Stoves at 3 sonis p gallon.
JOS. R. DE MARY.
Lasw ers BrAed,
rIMTED uxTL . COxzCTLO AND Pu0 arramu
VNNDCNNT IOe erraca.
† †..................CAMP r .t.............A
Car to tne PoIleic.
Ne" Is i bhby given that the nn'le' iemd are tr.he,
by Ma. CHARLESR MORGAN, owner fr "f n rgan I
UItaed StateP mail stesmers. to take YeIfr u.ik ., "
ed and Mercharndahbippe by hie stear.ea pl,,-g to Mu,
ap an, of the Texas pts, AT ONE IIALLT Tlp Rst
ti AIiOPTED BY THE BOARD OF UL.DER RITERI
km NEW ORLEANS. July 1,11,6&
6 YMr. Morgan's coumfidencen his owla teamer, an. an a
ed desire to pr, mote trade atweea New cl lean. M,, end
a WTexas ports, have dic this lcoaur.
he Ferfurther patiou' those iuterestel re Inv !d t,
he the oce, and 52 Camp street.
S CHAS. A. WHIFNEY & CO. rore t
n I_:VAI E OF C'OUNTI'I.1 I I
Preston & Ierrill's Yeast Powder and Sues,
en Lemons, or Portable Lemonade.
Prestin & Merrill will prosecute all persnn c• ..
S or nt.r_ lthrr I.,bl or troul mark on e ti-.r .f t .
A ll pr , or-,+ .s l t n g or gel ina ei'hrr o 01r ..n
6- k,"arr lr l' wr~l he bold .rrap 4t,;! 0,e, sri a, t, r:: .". ·.· .,
pufl ir.t r, n,rtice that the at le i. nnOr'la.If , .
th un cr ti a mrket prce Seecrt ular ' mer', ,,t ht
the coteret Yeast Powd.RSTON& M P L
r H,, on. tuly 9. 14;
s Just Opteed.
A NEW IPHOTOGRAPH GALLEIl
7 Corner Magazime sad St. Andrew strreet
Over Libern.an a Dry Goads Stere.
r PIIOTO(RAPIW., $2 50 per lc.rn
r. AWBROTYPES 75 cents,
i PORCELAIN PI('rL'RN. $i;
L. And all work gulrante equal to any done in the eity
ie Call and we eour 1pectesla
e- Continued .lrrlrals.
,V'ILL.IAT I AT'1'lI IN,
150 ................CANAL STREET........ I
RReeirrledtlin week a flnoe anortment r, Ptrig R.tlr i)l
trtrA ihtIA, 1411.li AHeir.f. Vr.r, r 1, 1 .
,ll H I'. adla eva ti',reya oti tr,' ' ,bu .....traw 'stI , I',
Br 1.11itt . WV.'r \trl., Ile. II T- sand .(rl It 841th
New Goods at the latest make wilt be receved regularly
W. D A'rIIIN.
R"tal!Pf r Store, No 10 a,.at .4reet
Wholesale RomsU tI , o I ,rtomrhoua a.rr.(t.
i77 Hrnedway tes \'Y ,v
l. K IN & ('().
Harv removed the'r
CARPET AND OIL ct'oTII WAREIiO;UE I1
169 Ca tl Street.
O(pposite (ihrl*td. hurch
rARPFTivG'. OiL 'T.OTl MfaTTfNGr WIND)i
FIAIAFl. a l IR'AIN MA't. t AI,'. I.te
".'1w Orleans Postolllce.
Time of Arrlval and Departure of Mall
Rorelor °+1-New Orleanl to Bralhier, leaver daily (exe
unirrta .t 7 A U. Arrive daily Nundlay ereet,..lt ,v 6 r
,I.nte 'tr,2-New Orleans t ao :autn,, departure daul
('lols at 3 ;l r. I., iunday at II i. Arrive daly at 5.
oute < er-New Orlea sa to St. Rralerivilla, .nprlvling
the ,flres, opened, dlepart! re Mondray) at r . and Fr.1day
t A.. A. rrl\re Mlonrday and rid yi rolrrtnlt.
Route 4XU--eaw Orleans to Carrollto,, aa ,h.tfferson Cit
departure Monday and Thursday at 9 A. l. Arrnare Mr'ta
rnd Thurlday at 4 P. a.
Rullte lw45-New Orloeans to roran. orttlrtnent, Low
S(iCot.t, d,,prturelruedr" and Frrad) at .ra. . Ar..,.,, ,,u
day atni Thursday.
Brote 'i,41-N.w Orleans to Mt,. rleo delparture Irr y al l1,'
a.. bunday at 12 a. Arrive. drlrl I, . a .
Route MrI7--New O(rleans to (4 reitnt n, L dInarton
MtNrlr)a and t'hurrday at. r . u. rlv Tuesaday and F ral
at 4. , .
(t uste - New Orleans to Algiers, departure d.I y at J )
a. Arrtees daly by 11 A. r.
1 lioltre NOiko-New Ot lease to Virckshtr,, rapplying al th
onrce opened to VickaI,,lrg; also Red Kiver aind ()me a.,
ParIhea. Dearture Tre"day rrI lrturr,ay at . r. Ar
ri ese n M lr.er, arl Frlj, torn ,tr a.
Mail, tfor L.ake , at Tusdayt saIl Thurra.t * ., a 4
1.atnrdryl at IIrj A. a , Pueargmll Naturrdra. ua II
Maul for (itelremon.n, Hoto+nr, Indlsulat. i tan ti,, r,
B.rwurlnvlle, Hras Sanultiago. via New trlore and (i,,,lla
Railruad, clore at7 A. . o0r Hnrlday and Thursday.
Turstl of Postage far Mertio, c('ha, Wet
Onadralnp.e, Martli, e, Fre,.eh rad Dlrtr.h ;s, nan,
Vincelt'a, St. Lucra, Hit. retul. Trludadd, ieada--licen
(haf os,, ltrtlaon l.
'i Mer l o,.r.i, lau , I' rt RIo, t. Thnl..1., l,.
Vlrrlr.'r, Ir.:tr,' tat,, of (',olombt a, Engt ib titrrnr.ra
Buhvlta t'L.th. Ecirtdur-, cents half os., obli;at try.
I;t l ,,tn, S iterlsd al d a lrr rruar ), cr r . ret,.
F r. . 4, F ng'arnd r And irt y 12 ,ente ea..
lFaden I1. i',n Itanbrlrr Iet cI nt. ech.
Cilrculare are rate4 m boo k iattlls, ir. or r n -r
It. W. Ta , IAEI-',)
MEMORIAL ASS O CIA' T'rItN,
mndle- Chur.h, Mair 4, 1rp l.
We, the Ladule. reatrlnir n r al In the Otcinity ri Msenuse
aid HIrl Ran battletBeldb, h ire lomnrel ullrslrel Irlto a
ire et) krrnot bI tr th*r aoe i.f tno I ANAN.AiA MkWritenl
AOt('AIA'l tON. ant have or 0ur onrljt the reinterrtaeat o:
t e ',tlofedrlerlate d.rd, norw ,cattorel irt trouolt rItr I,. Islated
4r.rrt, f,0r mrrany nrlc., ans liable ao-n to Ie obri.oerlud by
it o lrruthrhare. We aol]i: lid frm onr mtorete .d brt rrr
of thle both, and. Irnde,, everybhere. WreW io t rorri
p verty, we wurld not a il raun yo. orld etalave hlea
doentrly Interrod and loedlo* il Our OeaaOsry, ·rnoe *OJU
erll he rnrlod.
l La e of ouir rrnds at a ,Istance who ,I.•re to ',rlr 41t
lran dl eo by atrroi(dr ttl t n t (orr prleqltg ir.ot rro. .18
Ilt P M. MOkroE. tialslvlrie, Pri,'e lrlrrsa counrty,
MISS ANNIE M. IEWIS.
MISS MARY J. DOt;.\N,
Y'r, . I'r.
MIb 8 MARY E. ( '-,HI I\;
Rn ..r lirrg P'retary,
MISS 8CE M. MINROI)E,
MIS. AIItOE S. WHEEIlER,
('I ptr l" t) r.eo , th) at, we pnrpore wln *Iso ,+ -*, r r N .1
hreporlaU Lo Lawyers.
IrI ACTB OF THE LAIT LEGIBLATUaBi
elod and betar on the btb JnuarT. I 67. In the lty of NeI
Orea e e Iuwyer 1 lIbrary eomplete without thile valaal
IOOKUX.LLaL AD STYAT5iOIIgI
SB (,41? ITRETE ,
Ees·ee1ttlly all, the atitanim oef Mmbes of Ithe r II
ihe a a. aonanoaenw.ow
Ia. l. Thowepsoa,
PURCHASING AND COLLECTING AGENCY,
NO. 25 EAbT TWENTIETIH TREET, NEW YORK,
r1a-m, j Ossiu Ol , sW Me a uaas a.)
All eamm at BMEOHAiDIaS, AAIiOULTOaA.L IM.
LBMENIII, e,, et.. psaohamd on ommalmsman.
Baud sprrctamd oaly of tret dae Houee. am d ralw io
aet low r thai partes mebema tbameelvee.
A msakeens eam must he rm teed to oover thines asd oeg.
msiea, the banle PAYABLE R DIELIVERY.
Oemmlmi emam a edlag s18. S pear eat.; ea
*dlrngs a aS i l peeta re ade
Getleahieme aSi p4a tai oy Fwrmet Se.
B eee. ,L J. 0. IXON, FIre Jp-em aS U,
Jau. B. TeAospson,
M 3RC'RNA NT TA I I. OR,
* No.7 SD eal1dw y. Cormer of Elght stree