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-THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1868---TRIPLE SHEET. NUMBElR't99.
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ERVOUS AND DEDILITATED
erngs HaLve em Ptracted
WHOSE CASES REQU-RE PROMPT TREATMENT
Render Eximtence Desirable.
If yoo a eo ferfng from involeatary ltharges what
et.eidoeiitpro. rcepon your geeral health?
Do ye0 reeiwo k, debilitated, efl y tired ?
Does a tue exertln producee pealpitatt of the heart?
Does your 'Lrr, or urslary orlgana.or your kidneys, f»'
qumetly get out of order?
Is your orlue eom times thick, milky. or flseky or Is It ropy
a ttling; or doer a tbirh erum ri to the top; or is a sed
nt at the bottom after it bha stood awhile ?
Do you have spell- of .hort breathing or dyspepslat
Are your how,elr coltipated?
Do you avre epells or flltitng or rushes of bloodto the heed?
Is your memory impaired?
Is your mind cousatnt y dwelling upon this sutljct?
Do you feel dull listless moping. tnred ofcompany of life?
Do you wiuh to be Irl*s lone, to get away from everybody?
Does any little thing mate you start or Jump
Is your sleeI bhken or restless?
Is the luster of your eye brilliant; the bloom on your
heek am bright ?
Do you eujoy yoorne!f In soclety as wrll?
Do you pursue y, or buslen with the same energy ?
Do yo feel as mu!ch o.dtr.ce in y urecll
Are your eptrise dull and flagging. gipr to Its if mrtlan
If so, do not lay it to your liver or dyspepsia.
Save you roetless nights, your back weak, your knell
, and have yeo bet little appetite, and you atttrlbnt thia
dyspepele or liver cotmplalont
Sow, reader, SELF ABUBE, VENEREAL DISE&BSES
aly cured. and sexual excesses, are all capable of pro.
g weaknes of the geeratlvue Olreet.
organs of generaton, when in perfct health, make
you ever think that those bold, delat, emerget.t, petre
. u, eeful bealee m are always those whose genera
orgnr ur- In perfect bt t You aee or her much men
of being mrancbholy, of nervouaness, of palpitation
i l rt Ttiy are eur afraid they cannot anceed in
seO; t1s.y don.l become sad and disooenraged, they are
r 'rd plearunt ln the company of ladles, and look
and Il,, rlig t in the face-l one of your dowrcast look
y otr mennr ol acot them. I do not mean those
krtep '3 e.o s I fE.o.id by running to excees There
ot only ru:n their cunstitlto,n, but 'so those they do
e with or fIr.
]lew truoy I en from badly cured dilaases, from the effects
ati-abuoe alid exceoeo, hare brought b(out that state of
nrer in tl oose rr.nr that has reduced the general system
mal a ito lndaceallmot every other disease-idiocy. IQ
, paralysis, spinal afftrtilos, salido cad almost every
or form of disease whrh homantry is r to, and the real
of tLe trouble scarcely ever suspected, and bhre doe
for all but the ight one Diea of these organs r
the Use of a Diaretic.
imbold's Fluid Extract Buchu
TIHE GREA.T I)I1 RIETIC'
IN CURE FOR DISEASES OF THE BLAD3EP,
FEMAL E OOMPL&INTS.
S DIilAlh.i OF THE URINARY OR.A, Sa
51k 3M MALE OR FEMALE,
Ih tever Caus-e O(rienatt ing
Ard n, mcttfr lw
trept Ie smtnittod to Consmeptlcn or Insanlty
()ut iesh and blod are supportd frm thens
the benlth and hapais, ao. nd that of Poetorty
proupeie of a reliable remedy.
S OLD'iS EXTRAtkfr 1170W
BLIStiED U'PWARD 0:3 EARS.
II. T. IIEI.MBOLD, DnriGI9T,
MB Eoadwa, trNew York. nt
lot ootk 10th Otret, Pl'hlalelpblhe PL
I 5er hottle. oreI bhttrem for $ 50, delered
i Iold ry .11 Drure ts·oU ywher
E A',F iENUINk unless done up in stel-e
r.,t I fac-elmUe of my 'hemicml~l Warehen
. T IIELMIR)LD. the proprietor w, oem
t euah wiartp. beeies u i growg p.pu
ortlclee. cud to provent spurious ad deogeroas
THE ORE0EONT'B DISPATO E&
The Internal evenue Comm'asionership.
OVER DUE GOVERNMENT OBLIGATIONS.
The Future Coarse of the President.
THE IUFK -SH M NISTiR OFFENDED AT SYMPATHY
The Chinese T id the President
U ood- Iye.
DISMISSAL OF BUREtl -OFFICIqL44
TILE RADICALE SCHIEME TO ELECT
The Reorganization of the lilitary
MR. DAVIS AND FAMILY SAILED FOR EUROPE.
Gen. Rousseau to Command Louisiana
Gen. Meade to Command North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Ala
bama and Florida.
GEn. Gillem to Command Mississippi.
Gen. Reynolds to Command Texas.
GEN. COOKE RELIEVES ROUSSEAU.
Gen. Canby Commands the Department
iEN, HATCH FELIEVES GEN. BUCHANAN AS BURiEU
LOMMISSIONER FOt LUUiSIANA.
The Secretary of Et;te Declares the
Adoption of the Fourteenth
fi1IIIITS IN BIOND
W.Atoa Twow, July 2k -It is understood that the
pre dr-rit ncniidera the cllnmli-ilnerltuo ,i r, tr
ut r, venue vacant. and will make anl irn',r, ,
apioin'iient in a few days. Elorts to reorgan zo
the leIleral offices in \N.w irleans fanel. It was
found impossible to compromise ccnticting party
The followmg over-dne federal oblications are
n'etatstding: Of one year five per (eut. tempo.
rary loan. riesed fttur years ago. oveor a nill- :
S;ri., payable I;7.over half a million: 7 Jos, due
June :, lIss, tearly three tuitlons. Tlese bnl is
are now payable in c:;rrtnry, without interest
from date of maturity. Thi time for redeeming
7:;0i., due .uly l-4th. 1;,. has been extended to
Auigut I after which date they will be payable
in , urrency, without interest.
It Is toiitively itated the president will con
linue to act as heretofore regarding the rec n
struction acts. He will c t f orn to the laws until
moditfiedl by Congresa or nullitied by tihe cour'.
lltaiqie iey, t'e Turkihf,lnttnister is oieodnied by
the ('oungresaional res ,lutions of syiniathy for
The Chinese legation took formal leave of the
president to-day. Burlingame is delighted with
Howard is dismissing many hnresn fun-tioni
rie. giving them a mouth's preliminary leave of
i his evening's Star has the followlin:
" 'lhousaig l',-ei' ri. , a the .,,:u'L.-rie South
ern imembers of Cultre- wi bTn the prat few
days have. in conferen e with the lRepalbileu,
here. decided that it will le hiet for thf lp ail
der-tiel electors of the reorgalii.edl ia!nesi to be
chosen by their respective legi.lature., in the
anme manner as in bouth (' irolina. Tats, it Is
held, will remove all fear of the disturbances ail
raunds which have leen aourehenlde . it i
Ihouli t probable that :hee views wll tbe carried
out b. the legislatures In whose hands the mat.
l I rTi itb.
Ihe Atbineet had a prolonged session to-ity.
I icit.hli submitted an olier fr t'he reoiigrins
tion of the military dit-,ctu, wit-h will prouibly
ie pormulgated to mrruw. I~ det~i.i are uu
tir DIavis, with his family, saited on Saturday
fri nII: ueberi for Europe.
*Tie toilowing oider is issued from the war de
" lie conamanding geners of the second, third,
fiourthL ard fifth rtiitary dietri:te h mv:n offi iily
rcportred that Arkaness. North and Sitih ('ro
!r Liui·nata. (;eorgia, labiiina and Florida,
IP eO lomnlied wx, |I the rec n-tructlin act, in
I,.d:ng the act of Jcne :. 1 .-, and that cn
tquieLl]y so uuch tof the act f 1 Mirch 2, l'.7,
nii all acts s uiplemetitary theret pr vid ng for
Ih arti ditric's. iubject t the mi It try auth ,iity
f Itbi United atre as proviled, have ), "o'n'
n;ieratvce in said itates. and the c iii:trnilng
ei rnals have ceased "*-'rI-'Ig the military
a(r confterred by 'le slf a ", th ref re tihe
,.1; witg charges wi I le u.a I- it the ,r~ in ii
toin end cimnianid of the milittary districts aal
ci -,tralhlcal depar'mti-nt. :
" iirt. Theme -r, d a'd third military di-tricts
msi g cea-sed to exist, N rti and i4.u i. C r ,h ta,
t-irgia. Albarina al -,l']ia iA' consrt lte tie
s pIr tient ii it-i ,.', (;i n. 5i1 ie to Inl uand.
. -,1. hi adqi arti r' ht Al ' ,.
" 'i iLd. (;en. i(;lr.: w:! ',,nmrl~.n 'h foturth
n i'itary district, compl~r -Inc .t - . . ,i;
thud. ;n. l ',,i t- A will u'iiiit thi firth
Inultary distric-, copri-ing is,\ti he.ilq-isrtnra
a .'u-l.tli Tc as.
SI', urth. I. utSiana and Arkansas w-ll consti
to'e tie departnmernt if l tila t-,. I ren. It u--au
ci n-niandntg, heeoqnarters at Now *Iir3io1. u*,n
bot hfean will co~Inuiine COil iA.id itnlf reheved
I (i;n. titlunierau.
' i'th. t;en. ';eoire ('rok reieves U;en. I:t u
: Ci: lm h, d .het r n :* of C -i . i , ".
-i, \t'. I;ec (',nil is r eesyn. I ti i the c--n
marlnd of tbe departmeset of \V ohint rn.
"'evnth. Gen. E.lwa-d U tch, c ,lonel nirith
Cat niry, r-lliree. i en B:lhsaann a as-lita it Citl
o--irvncr freeliere liureas- in Lilniana.
in a.m rdauce wlbh the c,-niurreti r!es,/l'iin
of i ,nrtces, Secretary hew trd procla!:nt, re - :
ing the facts and "rcu rvtsanete, and cone!n-es:
A .nd 1 firther cer:ity that the said amendudmat
fourteenth has bec-te v iI:. to al; int-en' and par
posesr as a part of Ute C'o-uttrijn of the United
The Cotanmlstloer has riven ro'tie that pirilts
may be witbdrawn from hbi t itn p iv:uent ,tf ifty
ccn's per gallon and four do,:il-r p*r barr-l of
I ty galloss. equal to stx'v rie'ti. pi r pro if xl
l i. All distilleries mrast he closed until tie d a
'rs ave givea bonds and have compled wr:h
the ":ew law im all other partcslars.
7he O*rgta Ircsstl are--e Chelee fiotr
A-rlu-TcA. July 2 .-No choice was made fir
Utilted Rtates senators. In the te'ete the votes
attod, for the long term, A. II, S.ephens, 15 : Joe
Brouno, r4; scatteriol 4. Short tero-Foster
Bloedett. 16; Miller, 13; scattering 12. In the
Iouuse the vote stood-JBrown, 7'; Stetheno, -41
Johua B11it. 10: for the short term, Blolgetr, 57:
Mill. r. O: scattering,. 31.
The renate reins d to concur in the Ho-ise reso
lhtilo instructing the governor to notify the civil
yffi, eri of the cesatie', of military rile it; Georgia.
A r s-,lotion was offered in the H,>pse, that as
no ele-c'tie were held is the counties of Irwin
and Tellair. and those o s ies twere not repre
seated in the legie-auve body. the aovern -r be re
,ite-ted to order ele, tions, and in the maine order
bria g those counties into the Unijn. Referred to
he judiciery oomnmilee.
A re-into, n at-·lauding the amnesty proclama
tion and thanking the president wa nout acted on.
Lettesr ºý sea. Haeoek--He Enrgeaealy
uset-hns the Demoeratle Tieksa.
NE~ 'mkT, R. I., July 2.--t. (;lover, St. Louis -
My cser sir : I ant g etly obliged fir y-our fav r
of the (lith instant. T'hio.e who soppose that I do
int sequiesce in tha work of the National Do.n
t crat (' nvention, or that I do not sinoere'y do.
tore the election of its nominee, kn~wa very little
of niy character.
Bei'esing, as I really do, that the preservation
eIf 'he conatitutlUoal government eminetly de
)teede on the nrccess of the I)emnr ratic iparty in
the coning election. were I to heswita in ita can
did sul,,ort. I reel t,.e i .i,,,,,i0 ..o, "...i- r..,
my own record but commit a crime agS:nat my
I Dever aspired to the prrc' nvy on a'cnont
ofi I y-r Ie ; I nevtr sought its denbttal ho-tor and
certalni labors and real noreh!hi 'ws, m're'y for thi
posItton. My own wish was to pr.)trnit. f I
.-outd, the good of the country. and It rebuke the
splrit of revolution which had invaded every
-arted prc nit of liberty.
H len, therefI-re ye ' pronntunce.l the stite
nttii in question false, y, n did eractly right.
l'rticiples and not men is the motto for the
tugged crisis in which we are now atrugg ing.
lied I been n-de tle ti piledntsl n.:riiuce I
shtould have c,-onstde e it a triibute, not to ne. hot
to te princi'les wt i.h hal pr ,claimed an-I
prat tired. But shall I cease to revere those prit
iples because by mutual pF rti-al friendd anoitler
ln- ,been appointed to put them into exe:u'iouu
Nett r' never' 'here, ir., are Umy ew: jieAu'4
ahetrver ittereter d parties may s'y to t le c-in
trary, anil I des;re that all may know and under
'Li tii., iin. I shill e-ver ioll in grateful 1 eiini
brrnce tle feitlhfull l'tin l whl-,. hI iIl . fro ) every
-ectiton f the Union, preferred me by thei- v.'e
end eit,| r expres-ii-os of ,-i,t-,l n'e- , , i Ih in and
,ut ,I t1,e coinve-ntin and I Iiall do, them all the
.lnuti e to ie t ieve the' ihey wi(e Ke v,int,- I )y pso
triot c nit-tves: that they did nit prip + • -i ;i;ly
to aggreadize my piers,,n le firtuiee, but to ~ave
their country thr uph nimt, anl i toat t -y all not
sufti r ayibLln like pt-rereal preferenie' ( r jesi
oleni a t ,stantd hie een thI.-ti .a!d iLe r m .in;tst
duty. I have the honr t,, be. derr sir,
Very respe 'Lilly, yie:r.
w'\",rI;, ". HANC . L.
'Nhe First nale or aew i Cttoe Arrived.
Ht' r-cri, Txxsa Ju.ly 2i.--The first hble oif
nt w ,i 'ton art ived her.' to day. trrn h1,e t lants
t; n itof 31. J. i.,ke. of Grlmih ,' iunty. It weigl
4 poundsr . ee' d Coil; :-id in., erni htH tbeen
-,id t' T W. Hloue, Shto ihas shipped it ti NSe
FROM t OLUMBIA.
The South Carolina I.e.ielatere-Trothle In
the lsterlo--Delmoeratle Iemlelltrltteon.
('O1 II-s A S ('.. July 2- - tihe legstia,: e made
a ),! a le excurionu to ;.ieeuvtlle and re;: rue l
i he endeavor made to divide several counties
war opposed on the ground that a county created
by 'lie -ate cohveition han gone I)ewocra'io.
Ni'Loug d, e to the l( grislatre to dav. The
ele-Ction of a chief and two a, -,cit"t justi:et or
Sis c,-.nimirr-w. Two, e federal , fti ,ers and one
C'a,'.hirsr, will proha' ty he elt.-.,'hd
Ti' r iegroes are niakk g tr-,uble in the intrrir.
T.r 'e hllute are ask ig fir tr.,ops. or thiey say Lucy
w:!! defend themselves.
A great Democratic tore blight dvmonstretion is
in pr ;ogres to night. The town is illtiriiin. t-ed
' d lpeiches are teirc nimde by tientrals Wade
Hlarpt(onKr. eKershaw, n ,,ot, Me; ,i win, aud
other dLstinguished speakera.
FROM AUGUSTA, GA.
Dlfmellty Between ('-itsens and P.,llese-s.
Art';r'TA. July '7--.\ dlffi'uilty oraiinated bh
twee n the police and a few iiiaizens this evetinig
1 he latter were talking liudly at a st-eelt cra-r
1 he police ordered them to de-itt. wHen ishooino
comnenced. Alexander I'hiltup. wit attmlpted
ti prevent the difficulty, was serinsly, hut n-rt
dant erounly. shot in the breast. (. li-ed war
n ortarvy wourided.. Chief of I'f lice W. 1), Itn win
shot in the ahdomen, and Chas. Evans. II-luieraat
ol police, was slightly hurt.
FROM ST. LOUIS.
Movement of the led SLtas.
Sr. Lorit. Jnly 2" --he TIdinii have lelft the
vicintity of Fort iarned. and gene somith ward with
t11 r wives and children. It is bel:evei that t try
will return and raid upon the railro I1, and dlpre
Deuth of an Old lhbithltant-Pall r a Plat
i:, ntui-lt. .lily 2- ..1 thn I. Tate, one o' the
h,; ,* ,t out .rn) ~of t a , i s d-- .
. a CiIIervetive iV retllng tihl aftePrn in.: h.
'-p ik. ra' piatfurni letl. seriuusiy ~jurig ev erji
'ct(orltur Goil to Pert nild twite.rela.d-
Iumuired -Frerl I.ean--Feace Betweem
-uasia and Beohare.
LItto)N. July 29.-The queen visits Paris A,
,:hu 5th, whence Lshe w.Il thaveI tlhre'i h 'iai:z r
tie-nd nd Gertiimany. rettur,'ireg " pt -.'eel))e I'.
It i rnmorrend that a new "'re-l '} i)an is tO be
pae'li ot the milk-t.
\Iii-es frrm Spain say that alt attemplts a' n
e.ir itionrl ha.ve be- it suipire-ved.
"1h- t e(i'e hett en Hi--in and Itkh. ra it t n
i d. Trlite betwe-n l-ihtr. t e- i-i - it li f r
hi ectn. 'trieva te aldat r'pn rt a tlez e itn
runced be ween Ilueo1a and B Lkhara.
FROM UOUTHWEST Pass.
-iorinpcT P*in. .l..iC e- t-1i w -Pnatrer
-, i Ad we-t-vouitt-west and htii. Ai - nd:
Sr-rrntL.;p 4 hlitin. .iwins. eive-ton, t> L'. c.
W' ry A- 'i. '~ dei'' pr'i-e..
i Weir, Paci Julyv "i 't '. iM tlirn-e. '
Han itid wet-rPorth we-st. bi1-inI a4 it ) ii
S7Pe Arrived: ~hte nh, i . \11 y, I;, ne.
iv.rvtcen, to I ('. A. \WL'he'y & Co. No 'eopart
i I or Iv , .%'ty .' --'Th river c °'" -
- .'.,, ary wt'h 9 :nche- in the can i. \"-, t r
s urn o '-vI clear.
it. . tit, Ju!y 2-.-P.:r er dec!i.iug steadi y
yiti iu I*rtr O y ,).
tuitratn at 7 Pr. u. hivr ftling sio rly.
cintiys. .Tnly 2-Noon.- iiual bi ' 3- 'i:
1i rte ti-n.. .Ini! --1'i - Cotton n--rs
irret ular : siales ePitatted at ,;i0,) bates. ,rec -e
atolls beavy. Pork dutll.
, ,,un J.uly 2-'-Af:ernon:.- Rt,-l dec-linel
I I~TirEot. Jnly ?--Aftremi.. r ,ttnn l!il "
rr.ieh1ing nplanodi r*d.. mdhlrn Orieanos 101.:
.,.en -1( 0 hales. F otlr f-.t; 2l,. 'd. Corn el- et.
t gmr to arrive. ~-s. 'd. Turp utine ad;r.a·el
I vtwarocr,.nIy? So -Pvrnir.g. --Ctton h ery:
midling uptanids ,il - m A.lini' I.
Ilotipo,. Jnle 2- -Fvening.-Consoal 9! 9 .l
FRsia)ir, July Q- .-Bonds 7C4.
P'int JOly '2.--Honrse weaker; rentes '.;'
NSw,osuz, July '-Afternoon.--c jotton heavyl
and '-. tower. Bales 1600 hIalcs. Middling up.
I ndtis '"tc. Flnur-* S:e and West-rn lotolec.
b tier a th a fair inquiry; superfoie S awe 16 50i-[
$6 75: '-ou'hern firmer: common to fair ext:a
f t((t$8 815. Wheat more stearty with a hbtter
d nland. Oats ja. lower. Mess P ,rk $2 12}ix
S 2. I.ard acrady; kettle reudered [lY9r.
WhI ky fitmtr. GrC-ceries dull. Freights irm.
.ov,-ri niewis steacy. f-til's of 18R2 I14). Gold
iiu yslt, 1I44. litelling weak. Mo iey excea
Elw Your, July 28-Eveniur.---520s. of 't2,
1]4 ; , f 6 I4, 111k; of 65, 111;; l -40s., l6.j;
7 3, r I--( .
BT. Lorrle..iuly 7y.-Tobacco firm and 'tpadv.
I h, ce a, tW lour 25c. hihtr: -.p .rin.I tI, ,;i 2i
Pork $'>. Bacon hboulders llji'l.l ".; Clesi- des
I, 4l17c.; hawse 2l'0rg21c. Lard 17;)I:tc. Wat'ti:y
( iN. INATr. July 2R.--'our and gran un
obaiged. Manutfactured tobacco Sc. I wer.
H loky 5i0c. in bund. lrovisli,n quiet am dfirm.
LO IV-ILLrt, July `2- --Silet tl4 bhds. tob,co:
rates lran,tained ; lags to medium leaf $7tli 5').
Wheat $1 ms(ti2. Superfine four $6 2)i;,6; 5o.
Coern te. Oats, new 435i50c. Potatoes $5J
? 5ri Mess pork $28 65r(22s 75. La-d 1$. -co..
-hi oiders 134e., clear rib lic.; clear aides 174e.
Bulk shoulders 12e : clear lides 163. Cotuon
2,ijc. Whisky, raw free SllI 0s.
I,1i - '..- r. ma , l s.-- The cnaplatn or ne House
w( rie ten minutes a day artd is paid $5 per die;n.
A bill was Introduced auto the House yesterday
providing for the hlcensing of gamblin.g houies,
and tixng the license ar $50;00 per annrm. half of
the 1 l, rer do tr, be devoted to the srboo: faud.
()n Inquiry being made yesterday after Mr.
Matthews, the chairman of the cimmitt e on
unllitla. It was found he was at the Penitentiary
gone thither on htloess.
A prlopsition was nlte yesterday to find out
on what i( rats the St. Louis Hotel or some otter
,ui'at ie butld.og can be procured for tole use of
tLe (;meoral Assembly.
(in a bill heing introdneed yesterdty to provide
i 'ihe recioveiy ot cerstai h Ide and other prop
i.y ol tie State inow In Wahilngtoin, Mr. Pratt
it 1 wanted to knrow if the ",ther proplrty" was
i.oi-ns, pianos. je welry and "other property"
rt be loinging to citizen, of Louisiana. Tie rad
!'al i-i oft tht h user gave a in I-I negative.
l*abelle, a tigit cotired radical, wa!itel the
flhot-e to pay It. sergeant at-arm~ enough for hit
.u allord an occariltoal Ie r-creain witL a friend.
ltther redi alsoibjeced to ie-ere t-n ant1 fin tly a
)proptrtion was made to aplpoint a cimuittee oin
ice trrean i ith Mr. I-albile as chairman. The
prop.ei ion was laugher down.
Tot A.aitM or FIRE last nk'tIt rigln fro-[ 'ho
corner of i-t. Mary slid .iRon-setu trees, ibuit
ownll g t the lateness of the huu: we did not ob
t-,i lur htr particulars.
Tre Srti(o a K,i;nr- have a rule by whilih
all who turn ont with them shall p ,y a cartn,;
'ilm; while all mtembers wnoi do not turn out alie
pay double the above. A sulendid rule that.
Tax TrMPRAPITUR yesterday, as shown by the
thermomleter at C. Dubuamel's, removed to 111
Canal street, was as follows: At R6 a. . .7 de
grees: 12 M. bi;3 r. . s:4); i r. . 87.
SanlT Ai.i itiiNi S FSiO()L, unnder it e direc.
ton iof the tt demp oris: 1- athers, base h d their
ti tel.lih annual coiiuiII n,- ·e ent exercised, a.,i
eie Uhllait -o , progresslig dni-ig the present we.-k.
The boys' school psased tiru :;:h the usual ordeal
0.i Nt ,lay l ve, irt . th .. ( . i' ..+ oil a.t :x
uI it, I d lart evening.
These schools are so far above the standard of
,'1-i ra as to claim a more than special notice trim
sn: I u' we are cnompelied ti d.i!-r th-' ,-lcawue
oi ((nlmtntitg upon the extraordinary Imelits or
-u( h pupils as li-es Maagie lu.ce-rs, for want of
sece l winlg to the de tied reports of the Ger.
eia, Arrembly and the proceedings of our moutici
We plrire., however., t to overlook our duties
t" the deetrvig pupills arid iterelorious patrous
of -a:nt Alpioneusto morrow.
A (ioon Por AiD A Goion (ar1"Ttrn -We are
n.i < I pleased to annouince to thboe or our rod Ir-rs
fre,:e i'.it g the lake cbore th.tt Captain Jrlles
Hti . it hker hes aerrited rcommlnd ,of the f,,v ri'e
nt - I er Iredle. Capt. I; iker is the bro,;or of
our t xi, i-.nt arid arile cnitrer-r , ,.f the Picayu :e,
l'oae M. and Mart,,i, Baker. The C(reole his ten
tiily aid thoroughly ,verhiubdl. and ri actialiy
tetter than new. A surer, more contirtclle,
pat kit Lever thplouIhed the water, t-f Mlletsi-ippi
mroibd. And Captain Baker is worthy to coin.
T31, Creole resumes her trips to the watering
plc-es. Irrt makitig the v)yage to Mhbdi via
Ibe ltriuth of the river. tart. g to,-m-,rrow at
m.iridisn. i-he will touch at Point Clear and
polito iln the Eastern shore of Mobile Bay, giviun
ter passetlgers the finest chanue for sea water
Oiur citizens will bie delightetd ti lbarn th it
tie (li(, le hlas renlewed her tri£ps, and tli at .I. . '.
Laker commanllds her.
Sllt. GR(iOCERY STORiL at lhe c'orner of Ilee and
F,. 'lI houne streets was feloniously entered itbout
2' (,iII k easterday niorlton by an unknowi. cil
tired i-an, who made his e-cape alter one shut had
been bred at him by the proprietor.
A Yor-t+( Cot(oamII WioMAS named Frances Rich
ardie.r, gave birth to a natie -huld about u,,-in yes
terday in ('olisenm Syirare. Sihe wis esuhbeqa-letly
uovey)ed to her beme, No. 1(2 t elpomene street.
MAr-H a McDTNirry', colored, was arrested yes
termitl) at the Itetance of her husband, " Major "
McRli.fty, who charge her wi-h a large ly of 21il5.
'iho wa-s release by the recri ter ti, appear this
(llllat HeNNINgs was 1bat evening bronught
in to the central itat: tn by a cavalry so:di.r,
i harged with stealtog a cava:ly horse on wh- h he
ws found riding.
Tuit. Pi'Ot Ie ('Ol,I!ONlrS yJsterdey adopted
tIi l-i]w-wng reuo!ultlln:
/' -- ", , I. That at i)n irt,'rn rtlrar oe ait)t )intl,
tre.ntn. i the litn of Julty. Ih-- will he Irirtri)t
It 111 lit rille if n it reappoint --1 tin or before the
ith ioI August, I;-.
(;tly. 1:: ItnAANt has directed the rquiartermao
trr'- d-ptlartntent to frcni h Irali-p'rhirtslti fir
t i-lire ('ihoctaw India ii rlo l this ,ity to L.ittle
It ik- Ark., or aty psiut on the Arkanas Iliver
neartest their bomes.
TIii P'Irts. of the co!ete of the Illlma:olate
('oncitpttln will precent the tragedy ot ' -dte
c-la, ir the I:iat if the Kenrp tf .1duhi," ttin
i\,,-rt , rin the oiccasion of the distribution of the
a tllill rr[ n l-n me.
Il,-.- . (,. A. Ir.wIorWs has been chnin al
it it- n fr the third curd, ii > - )it t .1,.l -rei,:i, to
'I ltie veiPIaiiy otcasioued by the reslguliiton of
tn , n lielden.
-RE MaIinrr/ was yesterday exaS ;ne-d I fore
S t ( ir l anl Ictt r I th t t u -on at -ime of ti v
lilr -hii- t.nt etith e att-rtiti -I tO lii a a i--i-nter
S It - S. ieti.ory Utf u tt te derut nitainir ,t if
tii) r on t)e -rawt-;-t ih itriro in Ji-ers. I I
r- ti, rnt 0 aIs the pro·icrtrnir. aver- in hts ,(fid-.
.it tlht the accutd was employed in travelino
a-i.t t e ( ih -t.ntry f r the i , r'o2 l r urpo-e (of
, g ",i tl hs- PIe . (if " + r..T.·" blt , " ..
i t.- ler did Iiit 'nd that t-. eviden -c -- i.an-
ilt -t ! e i-hrri-e ut, Mart-tr-z ag,-tniet .vh -nt
tih. -i 'a n I-aa h en viifie tihit pe(ilioug, was
a- i Iitri ly dlti-har7ed Irunt curt idy.
JrT, i:r ir AI i-rymu -The board met la.:
!.:,' . a 'ch ; pri-otI--rn' SItrkele In the L.air,
a-it tr .--Ut. i ---"a. Mar! .-.-y riht . P,-;- ,:,
-1.) is , iaiir. titiu l I', P a ldi-. tfilrieu and
T'! e i,!n~ioUit the previous meet;otg were r,;!
.ns , f rc,,tutlca fro-u the liwer liar ],
I- i v wiere 7 ferr id t ttba .i l i r :ir; . t-r
i,. * Ir -tlion.
A r.i-ieutiitn ansthor!7ig ts tnltr-ir te as'!,
.t'er tP;ei day n i -,' In i.+ ' -, :::i 2.L1, to the
is wi-t titder., t! e itib irit- : if tile vu ri ,i
il wr'iOents of Lthe iV iy pirlU-no;t t. I.)lye'lt
ii r ahicth to be nimade i. i. . 'reatry ntoes,
si-nt Up f-rmi thLe tcl- r b ,irI f-,r i ioi--trr i- ,
was amented hy itrlk ni ,:tt t s v -rda " I. -.
t, .,-Ut' Iy utc s, sLul i.d ,. ' t..I.: sa Iot t)
A c- mmunicition fr:m the treasrrer an·o1in
it g varrtous appolcotimnt Itn .i. rlftl,e and ait 1ig
litr 'kir approvt.0a wanial 0. i latd over iig
Ccti iti- c epsioD.
]tt...'ui,,oo.s V; r I/,i -r B re-, il sto, ii/ . ;.
( i tir, i,, .-" Au t-rt.Zin t-s Controller t, sedL
tit :- le a -st hbiJ, r, aft, r i-a Jta'. notice 1, the
<( i i-crnal, a : th -:a .icary re(nOired for the
v'ir i)Us rtfiCos or the tLty, payment to be md-i it
ITr i-rd btatrs tre -.-ry no-u s. The words Fiiit i1
'a(tes tresary notes were stricken olut and the
ree.,!ut ,n referred t - tle fillanee cotavtlthee.
RPi lition d:recting a lamp to be piaced on
C.sientie street. ietw-ren Annotn,'tatiin ant
IThuupitiula. Referred tq Ecmtm:ttee U. are-ta
Rerolulion anthorizing the controller to sel,
after ten days' notice in the official journal, the
revenues of Claiborne Market for one month, or
till 31st December, the city reserving the right to
sout 'be lease at one day's notice. Concurred in.
Prtttitnsa-Petltion from property holders on
Ramopart steet, asking removal of junk shop No.
316 Ranipart street. Referred to cJm.nattee on
streets and landings.
A communioatioa from H. Jackson. recorder of
tie Fourth District, announcing the appointmaent
of various clerks and other supernumeraries., and
0akit g the approval of the board. The same was
read and laid on the table subject to call.
Petition from James Mohan, akinlg relief for
expnsees incurred in construction, etc.. of Pitlt
market. and requesting the appointtrment of ape.
cial committee to consider the same, was referred
to flla:.ce committee.
Petition from Mr. Llambis, asking privilege of
ccntesting the election of Mesers. Poynot and Pes
s( n, was referred to a select committee of three.
The chair appointed Mesers. Brady, Kaiser and
P titi.n from Pew Orleans end Carrollton Rail
ratad, askiing right of way on npper side of ('anal
Irn n Baron,,e to Magazine. and on toe iower side
frotl Magazise to Dauphin. for a track to be laid
for the use of the olher itty railroads. Referred
to acmutsetee on streets nd landmats.
Petition from B. Beatack, permission to purchase
an old iron pipe, was read ant referred to som
mittee cn streets and landings.
A conmnunication from P. Granai.n 112 Claron.
J.i..tatltet. iffering to keep in order clocksof
cry for troo a ,ear, was resa ana rererrear to
fit slice conmittee.
Mr. O'Brien oflered a resolution proviling fir
the aboli:ion of the office of asoistant city actor.
.Le. liferred to finatce committee.
Io'plrls of ttrontilters.--Mr. O'Brien, from the
fionatce ct utinittee. reported progress in the in
\eiatijstion of the discrepancies hi' ween the co0t
troller's accounts and those of the treasurer.
NHe it ried and flied.
ulit rt of committee on streets and Inldi jga on
tl.e ordinance sothorizeng the conutrn-lt in if a
bridge over Broad street canal, at At. Iouta street,
and constructing a lalp on Biroad street, favor
O)n the ordinance .aothoriti;ng l pspars to the
LAiUht Grove and No. 2 Cemieteries, favorably.
The above ordinances were, on mutiun 0l Mr.
Shiteldr, put on their second reeling and ad ipte i.
Mr. l'uynot offered a resolution isstructing the
street c:' nrirntsaioner to clean and otherwise rep itr
it.e levee front from (llalti''s line to thlie . S.
l.Hrackse. Referred to streets and lItnldgs conm
i t tee.
A comnmnnlcation from the Board of As.i-tint
iitermen was repd. a-k nt eirnitrreuce Ir a reso,
lution ati.orizing the in tyor to anpotut a board of
,i vn, ciminsrtoii a to control ttoe water workn,
nit t ]'i "h time as further a tl in shall be ta.iei.
aLd to appoint a superintendent of water wirks
to be under the supervision of the above hoard.
The shabove resolution I ad passed the Assistant
Hosld in accordance with recom'nendations cion
lair ed uin a mesat.ge from the int vor to thli c )nU
cii touchtitg the preseut c.ondltiu of the water
Mr. Kaicer moved that the whole matter b' re
ferred to a committee of one member from each
d'-trict. Po ordered by the board, and the pre.i
deit appointed Mtncrs Kaiser, Prad ts, Braly and
Poy. oi. On motion, the president was added to
A ri,- lntion from Mr. lP"t'y. *sking permiseon
for Mr. G. Vonl Hoff, of 907 Magazine street, to
ero. I a rain engine on ii, preToises, was referred
t cm.in,'ttee on streets and landiogs.
Ii b tr'l 1 ren s nit into ex 'Titive sensi-n.
o1 :: e c.nu,' lrion c. tie executive session the
rToAiD or AesITAyT AiDrttanve.-The board
nmet i. et Verlling at 6:130. President Kearny in
lhe clair. P'resent--Measrs. Farrell, Fianer,
(irar,dr'P. Pembterton, Wynne, Storchen, Camp,
K. se, Wa ker and Pandely.
The reading of the tm:nutes was, upon motion,
li he following message from the mayor was
read, v:z :
To the Ithnoa',le the ('ommon i ouncil:
(. tment, -Five arlitrators were appointed by
tie lte city authorities, and five by the Commer.
cial H'er Wokrs Company, to determine the
ten Ou:,t ahi(ch should be paid by the city fur the
H ater W' rks end sppoortenances.
The arbitrators concuaded their laborn on the
"21 irrt., and their award, which ts herewith
tutenhitted, fixes the value of the Water Worko
;i p.pturtenailces at $ tlOll 000. payable in
t. res of the city. as provided in the 42J sectrion
of the charter of the company. The presidentof
the tmpanvy, in a conmniulcation also trans.
n.itted, requests the city to receive the delivery
tof the Water Works. and release the board of
ditecttre from~he nioagement of the sane. The
act of sale will be passed as soon as the city com
plui toith the requisition of the 421 cection above
it ititiored, and recited in the communication of
the pre-tdent of the comparny.
T'it city being anthori.,l to issue bonds for the
pult g,.e of its Water Works, n i time should be
lot mn the legal transfer of the property. ()ne
int our p saPestion, we can introduce rich refoirms
and improvements, as will make the Water Works
of gre at public benefit, and thus via with other
cities in the introduction of an sh iudant supply
of water for the extinguishment iio fires, cleansing
of streets, and for the use of citiieZs generally.
In order that the interests of the city may n -t
sufli r rtom delay, And in vi-w of the magittide
SII the work and Its importance to the pubic- at
large. I wiould suggect that the Common ('oun
eil take immediate steps to assume entire c introl
of It e Water Works, and I beg tilso to suggest that
pow'tr be give me to appoint a board of oommis
sioners and a general superiutendent.
Ii I.t e at poiutmenta wuild prevent delay and
cor:insi.n ino the changeof nisoag ment. The ao
porttees would immedi itely enter upon their
drta, etnd renalln in to ' dit charee of the aJunie
ur tt' superseded by the definite action of the
I ,i mt< n C'tuou il, t:o l., nthg ,he t,-:tit :,f olfice,
dJlll , tc., t th e t. Lrd 0 C)ltitlt -Jn r.ers and
t( i ,t e |it erlt ndPoi t.
I stor attenion i- e-pecially called to the in
(.U,. d laiorate re pirt ,I i;i, cointlllr iuori er, app
opid ly tie city. lit) ii p it i'ontal.,s mu *h
vstltlih itiorna tio rtel*ari t, the present cen
dit, n ,t Ulthe 'War \\'rW k, and the benelits
t ,eni they shall pasve i:to or: hands. Very re
.tOItN it :O)NWAY, Mayor.
Mr. Wynne moved that Lthe report be acceptel,
ai a tLat the city tak- .!,art- of 'I.e Water Works.
Mr. I-'ther read fromr the act relative to the
thclrter of the Water Work, and did not thInk
ary pnhrb miotion was neces.'ry. The only q e.
tie1n as nrw wbho shi ud take charge of the
W t, Wirka ftr the et:y.
1:r. -turcken wanted to kncw wer re woild betl e
'i. t. turn to aid Cgr.v. b- W.,+r Wors ti tIr.
'iltrt l it tie Iti. , th, '; 0 r.t ". nurt.r • olien,
wi rei the city could i nut even now pay its own
,dr. Ftmbher said the Water Works had In fact
bi c Itir. hlIaed arid i'ld f ir aTlready. Thi only
, i' n u, what i o hed ,e ia n tlhem.
Mr. I'en iertion fsvored the moln made by Mr.
\,,u,. II- th,,o.lt tij w,'r d cur l n t be
i-id,,c uptn better trui, and that tiej wounld
3 a ii ifi revt ie to ih, c::y.
\;r (.,.lp las-red ihe ci'ty a pses ion of the
*l t'r W;iTrks. bu' h dei-re to as!itlll himtsel
'it rt.s.it sau lie'. rTe' e stI i<. t- lrtd
on tr e on-e* .e- , : Mttiie wi i. Mr.
Mt !',ler a ed el r a stap ns sioo n tf the r les
for ti,. t II'.Ise oi i 'tr ,a .tg a retiAr tionl rela
tile t, :te ijittor ri .'r eiCrherati t.
ir. -titr, kre ,<t e ' 2,,i I) ,tv an: o .
At "a , revt .,tn ot Mr. 'c liei,,i, the secrP
t- ; ral i.c reC: .'t , I arIh: t'..a: appit.Jcd
At I*:. (.r'n . Tl;y ,I t;e re.,l.ntg. Mr. r 'her
', ' a hParl i. s. i. coitt.ieta orterl a 0 ti ke
,t t, o .re ' .. r al ,, . a. ,ie c u' , I t n i y' i
i!.-' .+-nt. ind,; tie c gtrol o- the cutlr tl-i al rt
"t. !,i, '-al. A tred aSit btent to the BUarl I l
Aildi I my Irot cor rretee
A tlh.r uletssari was rei.ived fron.,tfle mayor.
vvzitKta to. tiortto)t auihtiangr, tto salt t. the
i.t Lue ,C '.tryades .l trk at for ine .toothi ar tie
:m~. a.m t ilaton ofu tac letter ael aiprrt ul tIr
.:r. ~turtken :gave t.tices that hlie would more
a' i.e . ext linie ,y t r recinder tirle rer .ot,n.
Mr. Fin:er d,.r':'d in oip.o,, wi:ti the t., r
tinT, : hg the illegalty of the re'z.in. He i,,n.
tti:.-d, too. that s:ore money would be reotiz.l
tt toie ci t by Its prvisions tlhan unlfr thi
;- .Lt ar-rangerent. Lie therefore mrove that
bhe resolution be ad-,pted, the mayor' vteto tO the
',,trary notwlthlitar:l!ag. l.is mfli-i was Ilst
by a vte of six to four, and the mayor's veto
.lhie city surveyor recommended th* dig'er of
a canal on ('laihbmrne street, Itrom Joli to [ ii
louse streets. and reported various oehsr ne,:
s'try meaures for dranig the rear of the cilt.
Referred to streets and landings oomitte for a
report at next meeting.
The city treasurer reported the receipts for the
week as being 141.1t 46t; expenditures none;
balance on hand $192,598 63. Referred to Asanoe
The fiaosce eommittee offered a maiority and a
minority report, the latter signed by Assistant
Alderman Fisher. having reference to various
matters referred to them. The minority report
The finance committee also requested leave to
withdraw two resolutions offered by them at the
etcvious meeting in relatios to the tarondeleo
anal Navigation Company. The resolutions ia
queetlioh were read, ard Mr. Farrell moved their
reference to the ei'v attorney.
Mr. Fisher stat a that the city attorney had
n'ready consulted with the committee before the
resolutions were offered, ard moved. as an amend
ment, that they be referred to the streets sad
I .ndtegs committee.
The matter was flaUtly referred to the city at
The streets and landingn committee reported,
offerr i. a lesolutio extending the time for lead
iat btrges of the Midssi-sLppi Valley Transpora-.
ii n ('cnpany Ifrm ive to eight days.
Mr. F tiher moved an ameudumut extending the
onse prvtlege to alk harges, ant sire resolatiol
was adi pted as smeaded.
Alas, a resoluon Ifor shel"" g Josephine street
from Aspollo to Liberty.
A motion by Mr. Fisher to lay on the table sub
j, ct to call was lo.t. The resolution was then
.,Orpted on It first reading and tail o 'Cr.
A resoluttion directitg the treasnrer to pay all
bills in city money when those prese:tieng thems
it y he willing to receive such, was relerred to
the funr ce committee.
A resolution requesting the legislature to as
thorize the enforcement ut the collection of back
taes thlie iatllsnce of c:(,000 00 in htii i, payarole
in 10 lears or less. and the levying of a seseolal
tax., wa ftiered by Mr. Fisher.
Mr I' mherron offered a substltute-forhliddleg
an' furrLer Issue 4f city noteas, or the receipt of
any in pay meat of taxes, license, eta. The gov.
erior to apipoit a board of five commlnsionera-.
e ithout t .a:ry-to take charge of the w ithdrawa!
of cutlen, y ; said hbard to report lonthly. anD
to deit'i the notes redeemed. Upon motion the
ibt.etitute was laid on the table.
The < riginal resolution by Mr. Fisher was then
adoptred on its setond reading.
Mr. ":tI er offered an an amendment an i'hr
restoltioin that a joint comllliiittee of three from
c-ch hoard he appointed to wait ip,in the proper
comnittees of the Senate iand House of [Rpre-.
antil live to urge such leglanoin as in y be
iiroln'r Iegardice the ontItetdiing debt of th'h city.
Adopted ',n seinird reading and sent to upper
Iird tir concurrence.
MIlcrs. Fmbher. Rlose and Camup were appointed
to reiesrnt the iBoard of AaStalut Ahlerinea
ulpon this committee.
A resolution by Mr. Wynn'o, aut.horizinr an ex.
tensiion of tile nutesuce whart in the Third I)is.
Iiret twentty feet, was referred to the streets and
landilgs committee. The board then adjourned.
- -- -- *~r
aOltTH rtN ITCesi.
(;alvetonn city money as worth 71) per cent.
.lnidIr. J..e. Wellhn,. of Carrollton. Mias., is dlead.
(Grst l Democratic rd'y at Lavaca, Texas, oa
the 21lbh of Anguat.
( harles it Crusoe, of Columbus, Miss., a lawyer
of dlietlcti, n, is dead.
Ile-e Ward ad Alley have commenced the
publication of the ltreenville limns, at t;reenville,
t, neshi c tin county, M:si.
'l he Vermtli, nville Advertiser contradicts the
slanderous reports afloat as to the lawless and dis
orderly demeanor of the people of that sectina.
Near ai ionl, (;a., a week aio, a negro was
amhburcaed and fa'ally shot by a supposed rival
forthe aflectiona of a dleky damsel.
'l he Cr lumbus pri.ouera returned to their homes
on tle 2hib, and were met at the depot by a large
e 'vco'urse of cititen.
('ol. (. W. Carter, of Houston, publishes Judge
P. W. Gray as a liar and a coward. The judge is
nea a ighter.
W< rk on the Lonlaville and 'ortland canal will
he imrnedia'ely commlienced under the dtrection of
1;et t ,al W ei'zel.
At Serrtutoa. Miss., aixteen men were commit.
ted to :til for tovse nrting. They are supposed
to bieh i.g to a hand of I.",, operating from Ilauta
v,ile to Arknsaa.
A week ago, last Monday, Robert McSwlne, Hlv
I' g alout two miles from t;reniada, Miss., was
fatally ihot in hiA own house by a revengeful
neIgro who Rwa arrested.
the Iynhbburg Itepnillcasn says a handsome
gir!. of good and wealthy lamriy, has gone to
woIk u~dler the asuices of the freedmen's
bureau, as a teacher of the tueleramlian rolud.
Twelve hundred dollars worth of godqs were
stolen fronm the store of Win. Bendel, in Ver
n,iloviille, on the night of Tuesday week, by
The Planters' Banner learns that Mr. Meehas,
operator at the New lberns telegraph ot'le., on
'A ult eaday last accidcritallv shut hlw brother,
operator at the leronentau oflre, who is not ex
t r'ted to ,ire.
' lie store of Mr. C. M. Daspit, in Hooms, wee
rolbed of a considerable amount of goods the
Sther night, and on the lmorning of the 25th te
stable ot (apt. R. W. Prancis was destroyed
ie--the work of an Incendiary.
( '~zels of those la'i,.hes through which the
Heleea nid Mnrio failrea tr o past, will meet
to corventtion at Bastrop; August 21, to take the
re'ceseary measurec for inaugurating this enter
tIie Bolivar, Tenn.. Bullntin of Saturday, says
that pay gild is now dog within a few hours' jour
ie 3 of Memphis, in ilppab county. Miss., wniok
en,:lty borders T'enni ee near Lagrange, on the
the liarrtionhuor New Era, of the lid, as
n I rrce the death of Vehx RobbI. lElq. The
c< I,,,try, rays the :r.i, has list na It,hble Ian and
S.trilt, a, I the parish a va ln hit" "itmrene. Mr.
I: h Ian been In failhig health for some time,
,:al Ied at an advaried age.
To hars, one near Port i..litnhlic,RTIukingham
t in'). Vs., belonupgtol widiw Mary Kvger.the
thier h tween hla·tm and BriJgewa er, Va.,
'wel,, by Rfev. Rolomon tarber. were consarned
ly liltrrpg Rndaly week. large lrantities of
grein, say and other property wele consumed with
t.t the noeht of the 19'h Inst., as we learn from
11 I artin Inge Advocato. sime unknown persons
rnbl el toe premives nuld amerward, set dIre to
lIt t.-ileae of [)Daniel Morgin, about twelve
miles trim the city, on the Conilte road. Nine
tiotiealcd dollsrs will eot cover the loss. All val
nat !a b,,oks and papiers were lenat. The family Is
:.tt sery de.titute.
"I+ Frnliklin (ptrtsa i Son, of .,tiy I-h, chron.
ider tt.e annexed ( ts if' asL-asiuioLntLi : (I. I).
t- ii , .ustr to hie ite tti itt r ',*-, y lm lr'i ilg lot,
iii 3 ,uf prslrle, ii gatishrit 'r e sril wonds tin the
hia c i rls breast. Iftt ' tl i:ii 1: ' i ty nii,' per
oi u'n~r.,rwn. lab. .. W5 hnrv. whit sitting In
u;.. r:ent. en Tihrrrdlny bih', c~liverstang wlth a
14 iy. sac 'h' t fr ,n II.( frIr ' c4'lery ltv morne one
,,krsnno , and killed. Mr. ii., It will li remem
Ie. i, was the yougng man wlrh , aiiirt tiune sinoe
Li e I Dr. Curtis.
11i t Tlton erounVy I:record etate at RItinlolph,
Mr. Ilurnet shot and killed (Capt. L. i wiho wee
t trIi. rg trm. as 'iLe latter was drawing his
I ( I. lIi was a iuitt.ed on the gronttd ii 'elf
,., 'i, . The |Recolld sax". ' 1 1 ,I or 'I; tir.
h\ ,+:tt was kl!led ly a Mr. Yitrriouh. a short
at ,; a rward C('apt rit's i . l Y'arlroigh. and
Ir. Masrtir: ki .d -'[ It!, anl. i +eoI after
it I sp:. Erwin killeld Mhartrn. arid nrw Erain
,ii-i,, klltid. The lasV ttr,'e mn were killed
wi" . forty 3ards of cr, S uthlir sat Itr ilIph.
tie f,,l.owing is from '2.. ' ,'i as ';I .-tte of the
, ,: " Laet week we -lbli. "d an sI.count of an
''tr. , e ', iur~ itted on the I t:"r u \Ii:'in tlata-
t I I mackn par;'h, ,other''V ., n'gr',ee were
i'. e.l ,I tirtre eWtindied fr 1: tuIg the rcaidic nt
I t, ' eti'. I ,lr a'' ,rl'y :iegro'a 'esC'm to
i aie micne, a tOnI ;'; themII a tlhght mistake,
r " iare forgttl the.r ewn pr i,·r'lc.pat ion a
ci" .r outrage a Saw nig't pr'eitOs. We hear
thaI tte.e ueen ciosed In a skl lntit this parltit.
,k the neorgroe ,f a place ait, threataeod the
:+, .f a white mnran tI i'r t'.rreor'; had a'ki.k
'I,' artl left. 'The result was, Sonlrlebody not th:nk
ic ilaii itatelves hbe'ter than their r.,+ih ior. re
tui iil the Ca.l, to . k t2. law i th:~<ir , u 1 itn !.
ll] a 'kcock.t down' an', lelt-aorue of : ci detl .
i.dcltendeat of their plitial creed.
Vc' gr nTnIr s hour li)eTi''l \ei.· -Thi
s-arh oI tieth thAt might last a lIfe time are lt
3el) year, allmply heiutlt' the I srties c:+rLed
, itl et frget or do rit a, pre' iate the fart that
;o?:.ir idu'y app ,ei, retideil te denatal nub
stance lrocf againet de 't7.
Ti ere ere e trent) ote coi~ etiLtorts for the 'lv
fT;ol.tin ' rlzes In dt clamati'o at tarvrd U'i
Sera1). The firet pr:;.a was carried onf by .
c Ire l 3oonth, Ihtehar. Greenr, of the j,'reor
nc. the .tn i t a i).or wont' u In Bostr,. who
fited himself for collegpe at OClerft and A riovwr
I'he btundd wan tsL,: Dy a Jew, (;lfrey r"0r ,