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20 ......S'. s,[ARLF- STREET .......20 DRUGO . MElDICINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS V OILS, GLASS. DYE STUFFS, PERFUMERY, --AIm 1Fncy Goods, at Wholesasle. JAMES OONEGAL, an No.. S ST. (HARLES SNiEET, NEW ORLEANS. Ito "Sa WI Ha4n roelveod, by latt srldlo, a args pe oc of FRESBB .od NEW DRUGS, it addition o the g assortomeant os " hantd I am now prepared to spply the Iarge and tno55edp to ents of the DRUG TRADE SOUTH c Ths folowaIg aMtlels oemprise a part of moy st0k: Alcids, .1ll ktnds, Alcohol, BSlsom Cosabkt, Ammonol, Carbonat, T Blue M.so, NBy SRm, , Borax, Bmlte Vtr, Ca.o; , Brlmntose, Csothr lts, Csutoro (i, Cdodde Le.1 . Ohst, red snd whlts, It Cootenr.od .is Choroolrm, }, Cr('- Tflas oppmrp, Iolyos, Otmtle Flr Boon Licons- Jstlp, Odotdtttttat Ltosa Csostto Noa.s.o, Opiumt, Qt,c L:vers, Qultinto ottn 8:on0. Robell, Rots, 8u:por,. Pumice .op Tsolo, SIyr tog. . Epnuoa Sais, Torspetin n Voeo:.h, WhltoL ead t O a Ether, SNtoio FF. Emery Flour, Ether. .tiphurl, Emoy, i, 2 and 5, GObooge, Extracts, solid snd oolt. Ottuber 0Sit5, Fa. Heod, GOoe Artble Fa. Oeesd, Poood, Gom Bnotouln OLuger, Goum Shellac, Gum Assssdlt4s, OGm Myrrh, Goot Camphor, Otoyse.-tu, ChS Trtgsooth, OfilBertgmot, tHerl.,frab o0 . Cod L dver, whts, O c A m eo,, OIl, Cud Liver, dark, Oil, CLnnamo, OiLt Olve. pints .odq snd t l, o., Crot, Oil, Sossltr. , Oil, Lemo, Pepper, btsok, 01.4, Fopormlot. Potash, Chlosot, Oit, Wintergreeo, Potty, Peppesr. Csysno tsltpet,-o Ptsss., Iodids Seona. Rhoubarb, Bos, CasotU. Soaerstus, Spoog,. SnuRot, Iosn asd bato.s, Alom, oda, Bioarbonoate, Soda, 051, White Woo, FERFUMFERY, Feooy Goods. ts·tltoooy, Cobs, BrNoos, Ooh:gua H odkerrh e! tetrz. P.mods, FlPSvorlg, Tolet ArtileS, Puff. anod Powder Bons Soaps. p1ea aSd Ifoop, Patent Medtodss, est Ordeo oseovod rom the country wl'l meet with prompt ,ttstoi, s JAMES GONEGAsL, 2t St ChOrlel street nee( HICBBEL'S mar are are OUPERIOR OLD CABINET 4BRANDY, the (MEDICATED.; A -- and talm ducl CHOLERA, CHOLERA MORBB. \? OIIPINO PAINS IN THE BOWELS at atC CHRONIC DIARRHEA. nol Or It Is tghly .approvMd by ha@e] Wed!calý Falt the the for Change of] WaterZTand DIeG. to -Ci 1;, THE CABINET BRANDYI n" been ~aed lwith lmost unparaleled eamce for the A plt Twenty YeL In oine of DIARRHBA, CHOILE* fr MORBns, cOmLIC, ete. t BOLD BY ALL DRIUGISTB, AND EVPET u BOTTLE WARRANTOD. G UB IEL'S CELEBRATED GOLDEN BITTERS A PURELY VE.ETABLE TONIO Invlgoratlag and Steaenhln. oIrtfle the yea m ag the a e il effect of ewholerol a ,ae. For sale I. allp-tfl of the world. ijCENTRAL DEPOT-Amerlcan Erxpre Buildlng Bedaon steet, New York Xontatou--Bhudone N. Y. OEO. . HUBBED CO., SOLE ALGBE. J. ECONEOAL. WHOLESALE DRUGGIBT, is.............. . ~gharlels·srenet................ NEW OBLEA.L Sh 0V Ott I iA NS U iXL ) C ESUEN1 1I THE CRESCh;NT IJ PUDLISHPED DAILY (8mulSagdy. E pted) AND WEEKLY. BY J. O. NIXON. No. 94 CAMP fLItI[ET. TERMS-DAILVY, 66; WEEKL Y, s5 PA YEAR. VOLUME XV. THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 2, 1866. NUMBER 300. (4 orleans Paip (Iecnent.a OFFICIAL JOUHbNAL THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. to t0 Tllte:SiDAY 1MORNING. AUGUlSTl 2, 1866. f1' coca1 2nttligenge. Ar 'nfan The Pollee ltreorld, yesterdoa. It was reported at the See fod District police I0 station lart evening, that a negro shot at a white Ily on Constance street, near Thalia, between six and seven o'clock. Some parties in the neighbor hood witnessing the attack upon a boy, who it i Ai said, was not over thirteen or fourteen years of in tl age, fired upon the negro and wounded him. He Clone was taken to the hospital. and e Boyd Robinson, who was arrested on Tuesday pear night, (barged with inciting n:eroe. on Ith levee jury to attack white persons, was brought before Re- decla corder Letten yesterday, who discharged him. fant ' The report thalt a Luge number of n-groes from conah the west side of the river had crosoed below the they 'Third District, and were crossing to attack the. white population, Iha beaen ovi-ally founei to, bh untrue. Lieut. Manning in command f the Second Dis- elo trict telel aphed between two and tLrLe o'cloak wOu yesterday afternoon, to the chiefl: lvery expectation of a riot on Mnin street, be taeen I r,yal and Bourbon streets, this evening. on t The following was te rleply : ,inrt. M,tl;nnin- Order )your men to continu. TI their dutl and pite.le , anl in any demostra- ch tion that may occur you will te assisted iv tie military. Then chlcf is beitore the comrwni stn a me Iheadquartel-rs. A i- 17i AI. i. ,c At a lter hour lieut. Mari. :. ; leo:rted : i t. e T5¾- F Aldao,, r'lef icfF, lic, ot' ' Efverol:i quietot. o ipro'nrt or any. disturb ance. W. I. S ,, o t. Lient. Jacobs sent the following statement: To (heief l P,,;,ee There are several hollose n Love street, noTar corner of Mlsic street, costaiing a large quantlt of narms. The housers are n, clleic-e Iy helraeo-. \t'let will I do with thEiw 'hshl [h I wze thie arueo- y. and ammunition? ,.eet iet o No reply to this dispatch appears on the tel ca t graph book:. T Order from the Chief of Police. s n Tile following order was isteuCd last eveenin:g bol the chie! of police: Hali 7 all Lieutenants--Patro! onr dit:ir:ts in- r ,tend ef Iutting men uptne rc-:'glar br:st1. leo urtu'.e' eders. C,,unre t a:.c mn te b,- /'-lo t r in their conduct, and do nicthing to excite any ue. t Maternal Deaertion. The p ,tice of the Third Distri-ot report that t officer tlchemnin brought to the station a .blaby, nt about tilteen days old, whihrl he foun-d on Crap-e street, between France and MIonz-nt streets. Mr. nit Barchemin adds that a bioy told huln e saw a wo- her man drened in blue and wearing a green veil C throw thI- child doe, get into a car and etart for i up town. Cu A Depastare. be Mr. Mrihael Hahn, we learn, eIt the city yester for day for Washington. Lafayette DStare. sot Tihi lSqeare, so agreeable a res.rte for children, it and particularly at this warm season, when they I need fresh air and pleasant recreation, has been of occupied by the military since the declaration of tiartial law. The troops occupying the Square c are the First Rlegular Inf.ntrry. As the little ones w are to be deprived of the indulgence of a romp on ea the grass, there is no body of men to whom the groound would be yielded more cheerfully than to I $2 this fine regiment. I A Canal Street oar Shot Into. At a late hour last night ote of the Canal .treet andi Cometery cars, returning t t.e necity, with several white pasoengers, w.cs fired into by per- Jo sons hid in the graes. All of the passengers eo - caped injury but one, a :man nhio wwas instantly killed. We did not learn his name. Who the par ties were that fired upon the car if, of course, a matter of conjecture. In the present excitede jo state of the public mind, it is not advisable to i:: dulge in suppositions in regad to thee matters,. itllttary t ommlttlou. V Mllltnry t ommlelon. i A military commission has. we learn, been ap 'nted to investigate the pub',ic dist :bance o. Mo. ay last, brought about by the demonstration t at Mechanies' Institute. Congrel- was ill sesion when the riot at Memnphis ocmulred, and a coam mittlee of that body made an inquest into the a affair, and submitted a report. If Congress had been in session, it is probable General Baird would not have regarded a military inquiry necessary. Order In Regard to the Dying Depoltlon of Dr. Doetle. Last evening Recorder Ahern, who has just re covered from a severe rheumatic attaca, which for many days entirely prostrated him, received the following note from the general commanding the city: EADQvUARTERS. DEPARTm-,. or r-OOnrl1N6, how rleee,,, h.., Aguttl 166. Sir--Iam instructed by It eomnanrdmg general to request you to call on Colonel Chnton at the City Hall, at the earlieso n posaiblle moment, for the S popse of assisting to take the depslation of I.r. Dotio. I remain,sir, very re-pcifully,. Your obedient servant, LOUIS V. CA.tAnsI,, Rrv. Capt. A. D. C. Recorder Abern, No. 98 AnnuOciatioo .treer. Notwithstanding the feeble health of Recorder Ahern, who received this colnrunicaltion at a few minutes before nine, he immediately proceeded to the City Hall, desirous of assisting the military authorities in the investigation of the causes of the late lamentable outbreak, The recorder waited until about ten o'clock, when Col. Clinton, A. A. G., arrived. The recorder lhad beeninfotmed that he was to accompany the colonel to the hospital where Dr. Dostie was. The colonel, whose duties had been very laborious and constant during the previous forty-eight hours, informed Recorder Ahern that he would deter the examination of Dr. Dostie until to-day, as he (the colonel) was phiys jcally exhausted. The coroner yesterday held the following inquests: On the body of a still born infant girl, found in the river at the foot of Clouet street. Verdict, drowned. On the body of George Washlington, colored, native of Kentucky, 40 years old, found dead at 204 Franklin street. Verdict, consunmpltion. On the body of Williams, found dead at No. 9( Lesepps street. Verdict, run stroke. On the body of Nelson Johnson, aged about -it SI years, native of Virginia, found dead on Dorgenoir street. Verdict, death fronm gun-shot wound pene n trating right lung, and from severe contusions or his head. All inflicted by some unknown person Also on the body of an unknown white man found in the river foot of Bartholomew street Verdict, found drowned. A Milltary Comml.nlon. From the following it will be seen that Genero Baird has convoked a militmy commission t inquire into the recent disturbances in the city: HEADQUARTnEo DEPART o ENT OF LOUeIAN A, New Orleans, La., July 3t, 1866. Oeecil Ordern, No. 161. 1. A board of eonamlnsid officers is hberet appointed to eonvene at these headqoartera at e clock A. M c. t aomorrow, Au0ust lta, or as so Sthereafter an pracati.ble, to invsctlgate tan repa fpe all fa, t.- coeneted with the tecent disturb- LET Ooew I tht- oity. Te said board thol have power to examinie Fro .:01-dr, upon oath, snd to take such prtoft. aly or io writihg. upon tho t ubotott nt.tte ot to The .o-,ttuation. as they oIy, deeros -:oto et, and tht y with uitl-, turn tht satute tt.,,,ttht e wilt their tjpojtuto, tai to th o e o headquarte, . Th( DETAII. 0.ont Toit noPn.dt. Boeot Major Genera J. A. Mower U. FS. Army. dents Btrevet Brigadier Gteneral S. M. Quintty, t S. Cots. lectio ite Oet Britet r eft ott-tt J. troitg e-legg. 1'. S. Statou Army Li eutenant Cotonel ond leret` t(ert.Otad t initret(rieorgetBatdly rinty-lt h U. o. C te,,Oed ot Ianfaotry, is appoiuttd recorder fut the board. p'ite Itcl . detr of tlrctoet Mat or ;o ;heird A. t.,d"- at t be " N AtNIFO Nto'UNK, t cpt IFoort L:eutoaont Acnt.e A" 0t Adou:oau toeuest. L -- "gened Mnppnoed Intootlefde. of ial A i:ttioe nfant girl wat ltntn dead and f lNo tbingi bit o in to. rive esterdan mornino at the foot o intent Cl ouet street. When it was taken out ot the waoter O anod euowined by therooronr'cs juey, Oth ottdi; op. ptrer petted to haee boon foully- doat witoth, and the Lou, tory ret.ornd the tot so, to g oerdct.. rhe jors herso dectare that to theri opiniou otoe otid stottbr ion. to- not taotecammotoboerdeathbby toultmeanooobut hetng it an uuobletotoascraio whotohats ceoomitoed thuehine, what they arecompelled to return a verdictof drowning. Orl.e I boat, Another Victim of the Conventtonlttes. bar, A negro man naomed Nelson Johnson died night aertl betooe :aut on Dorgenois street, of the followinguo j voooools, no doubt reteived in the riot on ododay :sot toar A " ,Lot wocund penetratc:g thte right lu, and bTer several wounds intliet.d with t cuttin instrument ther un tie btoad. hed last Boartd of tchant o Dlare-toc. . ti. TtI: new oard of schol ieetbro recently dd rh,,-,.u by the cemmmc~a council, met la-t evening ae ,it c: in ber-f tice: B-otrd of Aho.oi.otaot Alder- soe, t, ooe.snoizo analtt o trooa, tt tnch ( oht too tiirn- c on;ht enot.ttp. T'etottmlmbr- woretp)reent.an Mr.'. S. ,Moount wa, c o-ea preciodnt, and Mr -he it. De n- , ttotttot totetay 00 of i oort. tt. p ogoret, n tmon y elected suo - e cor ooooo Coo t oto Cho.utntt6iDu tihe :.s.ael, of pthe or t-ot coos foed 1. Th 00:. ttoteaeph Io.roau Aveeo te o toi , nt oo to cpt t e t h.er ttoo potedd tot do o fo: the S at end tIo. .ton prcet rotn:oent, 8 : Dot- C o tr-, ohom tr, 1 : r.u etLo olieo, ti a '.oer n- -Is poote wiD-t outgl Ctetotln, t ronD, ci t, o: aD e.tman, 3. rm t ; Tii D n ---Du.ro . 10: Ctt lon, ; Eai-tman, 2.o tie 000 dor N eloulare- tdrd Dtsoeitfolowig F0w:th-Dncron. 1er: Cn!odi, t: Eaetmo . Shor1. di Toe glary t f tieo .teroM toot.o:ot-aoec. wa. fixed a t M ,cH. and BCapt. Jaette teas . otee oiruoot-at-hos ri ot tte tarhd of Assietant Alderd n, h a- elected to e itt oiea teatheraig oevcteen u tht e mtw ty voteo s ma cast. z Toe meHbher then proceeded to draw ftor th e b Slonlg and short term. B~ - Sieco-d onrtetot-ttoon it teem: urontan, Prmdostt nd Sambolat . Short ttrmt : Cooliens, Benit and o her .oadrth Di-tr t-olong tern : Parhamuoe rewer andof the boarder. Shiert term : Mount, i Fot the Seoand tugle. Firt District-Long term at hi o toe option of tand Meoton. Short term. Shie hh oi O'Neiht anemd Hare. or to recot-Longidr hd tern:: Thiencmean, iLeete and Striekney. Short di term : Be(rmudez, Massic.ot a nd Cniberton.~" a Mr. John B. Leete was elected chairman of the Sfinance conmittee- eomosaed to meet on the followingth emeof r: eer, are, enit sd Bretr. f . arham as elected eCairal of the com-a mittee tn teachers, with thee folodwing men brsed oKelly Cronan and Tdhieneman, oohg a m a Mr. H heso was elected chairman of the com-n oi mittee ont scootdl houses, with tHale following med - er,$2: asicoot. Shieldsg and Prados.i ig h p o ohn motion, o the folowing committee was ap-o poiGted tgo Graft ruleas aet to the gulations for te h utodance of the board: Shields, Bermudez andoe t A resolutio that two nsat uperintendents t be oelected, one for theo and dior aihg the peace. o o- t e oat of Hdi-alat. s r 0 Thia hoood tort toot etonitog. oooretiog to ad- to o the adoption of tile resolution Mhr. S Choppields gaveDr. Fnotice that he would move tod and aMr. i t at the next meeting.h eios me were read Fn lu<7 otooof Dr. Chopyinthte tbooard o-nttitooo cceceret utooton nod on wee-opted a coot Aeratlee onl 000000 dbtr toig re-opontoot mooe-ttoeftfte)r S The board then adjournedto to meet on the 15th adof next moion of B. od th e o of t ,f eeordera' Court.. eth otn1 DISTRICTe.-Pierre uterdowne. cheoarted of w the hraton og a ondoe by the . ity outci te. a ,n amed Penn, was sen]t to tile parish 'prison to sitw of at thu previoou tocettng. toe thte ottpoottment ot Sai pecina omitteio no. ydpitru 1e John Karmead anId Chri-L ia Hassler were fined nc r toes ah for fighlating ard tl.th gidtcg the o tpeae eimol offenot , rn ,econidre d taed the drujetnk a oin D.onphine street. e .John Clintoo, fur the canle indulgenrce, wasI of. Afinedl $2 50.o fr/ toac rge Graned to the conomitue o.r health.'ne o thirty- days for Ii~ieieeg up a ruow in the house of| o" d- osep hine ltay. t e ned An ubouout d ommuze n g w ere fined smalltg sums ome tog alteged candle mauntfactoyanatoatce. oat tlid on the table. ( the peace. t BTh oard o h.adjo red., SThis board met last evening lccording to ad-m lir sent--Dr. Snmith in the chah', Dr. Choppin, Dr. Foster, Shr. Creevy, M",r. McCoaed, and Mr. ..Perpnilust on. Thle minutes of the previous mee~tins were read li d approved. e I'Ou otionu of Dr. Choppioe, tihe iboard went into A.secret session, and so occuplied a cons dtrable c O Ile Lthe doors beilag re-opener', on mnfi¢.:e of Dr. (Choptin. secondled by M1r. Mlconard, it WeS rer,olvted c al" 'thait Inenber.eb.,ent ait the c-ietu,ell hýe l ,,ith elli t he e-ersshtouhl be allowed to w,"te by proxy. ld On motion of' Mir. MceCuald the election of id hreelth officers was postp onel until the board s hould receive official notification of the passage of the health ordinance, by the city council. Onl motion of Mr. Cree'vy the resolution passed ,t- at the previous meeting. for the appointment ot /a special committee or' thlree to draw uip io~trnc re Liones and regulations for fihe guidance of tihe ".[health officers, was recnosidered, and the subject 1|was referred to the committee (in health. Led/ An anonymous communication relating to so~me mg| alleged candle manufaotoryauuisanee, was laid on /the table. |Then the board adjourned. ALSABAM t LOTTERY.-Our readers most remets- 1 her that they have only four days left to buy tick ets in this lottery, as the next drawing comes off next Monday. Mr. Howard, agent for this city, at No. 40 Camp street, can supply all and any de mand which may be made upon him for tickets. This lottery is an enterprise which deserves sup port from tile people of the South. os the proceeds are to be devoted towards building up an insti tution of learningr in a sister State. Mr. lHoward, the agent for tins city, being the enterprising and public spirited citizen to llom is mainly to be attri'buted the idea of making lotteries contribute to the support of our charitable institutions, by chiarging a license upon all tickets sold in the State, should be ihberally suppor ted by the public, as lotteries fror which he acts are alwa:ls fair shermes and liberally administered. Onr readers Swill find in anot!hr column the advertisemec t of the Alabama lottery, to wihrch the attention of all who are interested is called. POBILE. ArND GREAT NonTnERN RtiLROrxo .- We invite thle attention of personr about going NorthI or West to the advertisement of this road, which t will be found in another part of this paper. Con t, necting closely with all the great lines in the North, East or West, and being one of the short I, est and most direct routes to all the great cities of at tihe Union, it should command a large share of publc patropuge. S0 S.LLIto OcT owm.--MeLsrs. Garthwaite, Lewis & Stuart, Nos. 31 and 33 Camp street, are still iselling out their splendidly finished stock of cloth i ing and furnishing goods at very low rates. The - goods manufactured by this house have always been 0n considered by our people as almost perfectiuo in i. their way. Call and see them. at. WA:TE.-PPrxtieswith a capital of twelve of fifteen hundred dollars are referred to the advcr tisement utrder the bead of " wants," in whicl that sum Is solicited, to be invested in a busines rat which, it is said, will pay hand omely. Addrrs to G.. Prt this office. A colored girl of Beaver, Penn., was recentlt 'outraged uddmuotdeed by a perty ott five mrt amongst whom were one If her ouuoins and he lover, to whom she was a.toncerd. by A Kansas genutlman was rre ntly tilted baul to 9 wards down a flight of stairs, by catching his for oorn in a lady's exp;asive, and for a tlume was behaev or I o be fatally injured, LETTERS FROM TINE RIO GRANDS'- tlf I; rata e :r SPe::r Colrrrpedend J BAnOAD, Mexitco, July 17. 1 -. sand' The weather is now very beautifol and pi,:,. a-t: witlh snmmer clouds fleeting by and short ,.,hh¢ a of rain. i t The gale of last week, according to old ret i dents, was the heaviest and lungest in their recA.- l ecaton. It began on Tuesday night and ended on , Saturday night, (14th,) and raged with ea ,rcey wood any intermission the whole t;me. y There were four vessels at anchor ou:-w :he , be i.-:, or - in the roads," as they say here: a al, C abrg, and two schooners. On Thursday all ex- eri cept the bark dragged their anchors and thret reed to go to destruction on the bar. 'he peyople f Blagdad and Clarksville got into every availa- It-i ide place to see, and watched the veenels in hthe J. intensest suspense the greater part of the day. was 1 On, on, the vessels came. slowly, bht wi'h ap- ba. parent certainty to destrurtion. The srhooner ,,oe huz, from New Orleans, being unloaded, saved No hersell by taking up anchor and putting up sail Oeiry a.nd making a mad rush for the channel. She hit it and was soon safely moored at the Bagdad wharves. The schooner Sea Bird, from New 3rleans, having lost her jib, and anchors, and her h boat, luckily went parallel with her part of the nere bar, but threatened to go to ruin on the beach north of the Rio Grande. She raised sail (ha ting e no jib,) and after a long and gallantstruggle pona horwing the excellent seamanship of those on Strt beard, got her head to sea and got out to sa. ar! There were bravoes and cialoping of hand- on stolre at this feat of the flet and gallant Sea ti bird, which was only three days and a half on it only last trip from New Orleans, and had half the targ the atil oil hboard. The brig, (I did not get her nwme . o. did not fire mt well. She dragged very Fl,,wlv, lihaing both anchors out, and during the aniht-e Ia went aobore so e four miles above here. hc, ete n thre nown " with her back broke," as the marine gentlee,-tn say, and will, p:robably, be a total .. She lad dichangcd all her cargo except a ong.tr.t- o.e ofcoal. Tihe schooner Ada beached ad weaet tt, iie..e in the are vicinity. the esual craft at the wharves of Bagdad and C Clavrkhiie, (bothllthere towna fro nt.ng upon L ad river half a mdle or more from the sea,) werrer ,oegihi touded; blown from their mooring-, cap , .:zed, etc. The little steamer Daisy rolled over and depiycited her boiler andlt achinery in the or bottom of thIe river, and now lies ot the Texas side in sight of where I am writing. cerenely warming her keel in the afternoon su. i There is a big black thing bogbing up and down - right in the middle of the "Baoca," lithe a Miseis sippi sawyer. It is the after keel and rudder ef a ni capyized schooner. Her masts, when she cap- ad ized. would not let her turn clear over : so n he t -radted in front of the vinoe-clad cottage of Mr. Blank, in Clarksville. The crazy waters wirled, he and illiated upon borrowing sanad from the Ameri can side to heighten and extend the beach on the ;. Mexican i de. Mr. Blank fomnd that his houe anod faumily were likely to be swallowed up and fancy ing that the stranded schooner was the caser. cut e'e away her masts upon which she turned keel up ile and drifted off to her present position. But thin e, did not mend matters. Tie river still borrows sand from the frontof Mr. Blank's premisea, and e Mr. Blank has gone to balk-heading. The Bfag- w dadders generally would be glad to see Mr. Blank en and his house (though not his family) wnahed on away together. Howe r Blank raised himsef so t much in the esteem of the pious Bagdatders. I cannot tell. Probably the 5th of last January fo had somethiing to do with it. tk I d pehe of tie said schooner being in the middle rc of the "Boca." Boae means mouth, and by all Mrexicans is the general name used for Bagdad. a, SClaIsv lle, and any other place big enough to I hitch a name to, in this viciinity. " Boca del tto Grande--outh of the Great River." ro " The topography of this country is trulyinterest ing; for one has to get on the top of something high to take his abervationr, or see the country a - all. There is a snow-white beach of sand, hacrkedt .n by a ange of little and closely-connected sand Shlls, covered with a scrubby growth of grass and weeds; these sand-hills seldom risin more than Stwelve or fifteen feet abovhe the levelof the sea.t Behind this range of sand-hills there is e vast level in waste of dry sand or mud-not a prairie, not a omarsh--but something tailing to mind the African Sahara. IIere and there, as the fatigued eyes Swariders, it may rest upon a streak or splotch of Ssilver. Theseare the lagoons; very ehke lakes, until you find that with all their greatexpanse, they Ice al not hknee-deep in the middle. The eye waanders on. till the bare gray earth and the blue sky mneet. and then the eye hinds itself of no further uae and closes its winkers for a good rest. This is a sketch of the country as it was before the gale. ti But during the gale, and now, no randy u r wastes were or are to be seen. It is f of one bast expanse of water; the course of the Pio Grande Is hardly to be nmade out, for all the ehanties and ranches on its banks. Going up inlto the lookout of a morning--nerly t every other house here has a look-out and flag stall-you almost have to takere o Bearings be d- tore yo- can tell which is the sea side and which the flad side. . Bagdad w-as as an matter of course, inundated iL. during thle late gal!e, so that boats were uied in the streets. It is stll inundated by the great la ad goon in its rear diascharging it "seuperfin" ol water through tihe streets to the sea, and nwill Ipro An hably continue so for a week to come. The water Ite jipples along clear as crystal--imakee one thirsty tor. ok at it-but you take one nmouthful and yon rwon't take aniother, I' l et my bottom dollar on d Ilhat It's udd to be surrvunded with so much ealt i- re ater, aiid yet be short of salt--for that article is ocarce in this region now, and commanda a high lf pric. d Thle gale didn'tblow away the Clarlksviile and o Browneville stage line, but it inundated the roadi so that the stages stuhk in the mud, and had to ed quit ronning. The flood also washed tnwo ugly at broahks in the Brazos and White'a Ranclle Railroad. ne- learn that the gale was scarcely felt at Tam lee pico, and that it did not extend any great distance et outto sea. The Sca Bird got back this morning all right. ame eoi t .d te2 . 11lau neoa. Metrco. July 26. 186G. MT.anooo. MExIco, July 26, I8CG. When I went down to Bagdad a month ago, I dal gave the Liberals in iMatamoros just one mouth ass to get to fighting in, among themselves. At the lt, end of the month 1 return, and lo! there has been t no fighting. But the atmosphere smells saltpeter- by tsh, and stirring times are looked for. Lately another forced loan of $60,000 was eel leoted from the unfortunate merchants of this city. The Liherals are squeezing the goose that set lays the golden eggs, and no mistsne. That amiable and selitive christian gentlementi SGeneral Juan N. Cortina, ntked Escubedlo lfo" $25,000, for cigarette and moute money, to keep toh his men contented.ti Eshtbedo said he couldn't. d CUrtina said he would himself collect the money wi ol' the people. B Escobedo said he had hetter not try that; tot an thon, getting his bhlk up, t Id Oortioa he haud bet- I telr' "get uilp and git," as his rect was prllcrablo f to his company. Corltia ommediately " got." Lingerine upoq to eceremooty is dangerous soid frequently tati7 in this Hoe i encamped not far from the city, recrniting q f with ial his might, with the view of making an qt I attack--o the report goes. tt Alter Cortm.a lolt the city, EFcobedo took to thei field, and lelt with his potioun ovf the troops for sie ti destiuatiou not made kuown. Ample troops are ih dIclt to attend to the gettle Cortina, should lie be l come demnotnstrattve; though some people plrell ct Il that he will ultimately become sole pusaecsur of the Heroic City. I - teral Citravajal contilnes to discharge his 0 fllnctions as military governor of Taliapllpas. t- without hindrance. He vhtwed his gootl ulta.to by appointing as commaludant of a Mlatamoros, (the office being vacated tby Eocoa-0 of bed.) Col. Fiold, an Amertican. Fold is a lexant, fouuht gallontly on the Souithern side during the I war, and was some time it cotmmand on tit is i border. He la known all over the country by the i iteck-ame of " Old ilip;" and it is generally its t- serted that lie is ihe only man on this border who ie ctuld catch Cortiea if ever he started alter hinl. en has accepted a general's comnidssion in lhe Mexican army, and most Malatmorians leel safe in toder lia rule. SOld Rip" is industriously recruiting likewise, and taking all the Americans he can get. Should or he have to get after Cortina, he would want a er- tood crowd of Americans to do it with. I think his head is level. Cortiiea having stepped out, Canaleshas stepped em in. I saw him ride b.,than morning. He isa nery c tll and fine-looking .lxicali, with a ralliher youth ful facet and wearr,alouchily the ordinary costume of a Mexican cabhlollero. othy Escobedo is. Sn to looks, "the noblest Roman of on, themta all." He. is a larIge and portly man, though her finely shaperd tad he og white and wraling wlils keas, and toaving a vlue intellectual face and a carriage 'of great dignity, he impresses the be ath- holder '.av.tably I have not chanced to see Cur foot tina y e,. ted Te country, far into the interior. received it 5'. ale of the foods brought by the late gale, and e- Rio Grands,. full between banks and in matny t iaces over. i Ioiling and whirli n and galloping TEL . I;e another fli- ie-ippi. All t:ol low country or cdy flats, to a diitaone of ten or fifteen miles from he coast, ia still under water. The retarningcur f:a o.f the lagoons -ti; keep Bagdad inundated, ,;d the- inhabitants ar, -eupplhed with crabsh:n feah Sthe!:r very doors. The abundance of crabs in rT E s trr.ets anld alon the beach is truly wonder ti. They do not have to be caught-only picl:kd p with the hand, oa you might piok up chip.. Of our-,n many people feed olpon theo, and tche ooden oidewalkbs of Bagd:ld are at badly littertd p wilhl rrab-claws as the oidewalks of New Or -arl' w:ath orange peel, or those of Atlanta oat,` "enr-oh tlls. Wa Cotrhg up the P.io Grande, I saw that a splendid Wa ýern crop vwas bc;: i hatlrver d, andl a Fere.ntd crop Si-o put in. We canl.ave greencorn all to.year nld, if we want it. The re-posrt is that tie crop a o-;e come ot wilh u;osaal luuriance ll or Jui e Israel B.:P.parte rigelow, (Phobes :) LA' ais knocked down eand lrutally beaten and kicked yv a civilian n-gro, in I;r--vnsoille. a few day, ego. The negro was arrested, and will be made to awe at for it Notlhing elpe of interest in Brownsville. Weather TIE oery hut. I close thi-, and am off to Bagdade.g.ain. The Mesrage of the President. Teanettolecte et ensentmotieto ASSI& S'he following joint resolution restoring Ten nee.ee to her relations to the Unioo was last veiog presented for my approval: W.IER:eAS, In the year lal tlce government of the State of Tennessee was seized upon and taken Cot parssession of by persons in hoettiity to the United O ttates, and the inhabitants of said State, in par larnce of an act of Uongresn. were declared to be lo a state of insurrection against the United etates; cod, wlereaa, said State government call olely be restored to its tormer politecal relations in Fl he Union by the consent of the law-making po-wer of the United btares: and, whereas, tile Iople of said State did, on tee 22d day of Feb uary, 10365, by a large popular vote odopt and .-eify a constititiant anod government. wllerete THE l.I:t-ry was abu:i-Lted, and all ordiunaces and lawn of eeýeei,:n, and debts contracted under the same wc-re declared null and void; and. whereas, aState g,-ce-rnnt elas been ornc:anlized under said col e'ilutiuo which hatn ratifieod tle ameendment to the Consituoion of theUnitedSlates abolihnmg slavery ELE and alao the amendment proposed by the Thirty iolth Congre-s, and has done other acts proclaim iag and delnoting loyalty : therefore, be et iesolverd, by tie Senate and lrouse of Repre eonlalieces of tile Unid Staola, in (oYTngres as- - soeieh-'d. lhat the State of Tenueseee is hlerely re stou ed to her former pohtical relations to tile Union, IMe aod is again entitled to be represented by Senator a and lIe!resentctiveas i Congress. The preamble coCrsese oef statements, some of which are assumed, while the resolution is merely a declaration of opinion. It comprises no legisla tien, nor does it confer any power which is bind- NEV ng upon the respective Heouses, the executive or tilc Stat!,-. It does nlt admit to theirseats in Coo gress tlhe Senators and Representatives from the otate of Tennessee, for, notwithstanding the pas sage of the resolution, each House, in the exercise of the eonstttittional right to judge tor itself of the tN7 e!eetion returns and qualifications of tsamembers, may, at its discretion, admit them or continue to exclude them. If a joint re-olution of the charac ter nwere ecesaory and binding as a condition pre erdent to the adn:isaion of mneabera ofe Congress it HC would happen, ih the event of a veto by the exe cutive, that Senators and Representatives could only be admitted to the halls of Congress by a two thirds vote ofeach of the two Houses. Among other reasons recited in the preamble for the declarations contained in the resolution is the ratification by the etate government of Ten eaee of tlle amendment to tie Constituteon of tile United States abolishing slavery, and also the amendment proposed by the Thirty-ninth Congressa. If, as is also declared in the preasmble, said State fegovernment can only be restored to its former i political relations in the Union by the consent of lon the lam-making power of the United States, it w ould really seem to follow that the joint resolu de in which at this late day has received the sane- hel tiou of Congress, should have been passed, ap- pre proved, and placed in the statute book before any i amendment to the Conestittion was submitted to the legislature of Tennessee for ratification; other wise the inference is plaiuly deducible tht while, ma in the opinion of Congress, the people of a State pt1 may be too strongly dealoyal to be entitledto re- off d presentation, they may nevertheless during the c suspension of their tormer practical relations to Sthe nion have an equally potent voice with other I and loyal States in propositions to amend the Con- ie Sstituion, unpon which so essentially depend the to stability, prosperity and very existence of the A brief reference to my annual message of the col 4th of December last will tlaw the steps taken by ian the executive for the restoration to their Conati Stutional relations of the States that had been af f fected by the rebellion. pe e Upon the cessation of active hostilities provis - iolt governora were appointed, conveotions pa wiled, governars elected by the people, Legisla Y tures assembled and Senators aed Representatives chosen to the Congress of the United States. ALt ro e- the same time the courts of the United States re were reopened theblockade removed,the custom- Jo d house re-estabtished, and postal operations re- S somed. Tile amendment to the Coatitution Sabolishiog slavery forever within tile limits of tile J tcountry was also submitted to the States, and Sthey were thus invited to and did participate in a th oratifcatio. thus exercising tihe highest luuctiana s pertaining to a State. In addition nearly all of Y these Siates, through their eonventions and Legia Slaturecs, had adopted and raefied Constitutions of Ia ltgovernment whereby slavery was nbobshed, and iall ordinances and laws ot secession and debts contracted under the same were declared null and void. d So far, then, the political exiatence of the States t Sand their relations to the federal government had d Sbeen tally and conipetely reeuguized and ac Skhowhcdged by the Executive department of the ngovernment, and the completion of the work ol 0 e restoration, whbich had progressed so favorably, t cc was submitted to Congres, upon whnch devolved all questions pertaLning to the admission to their reats of the Senators and Representatives chosen from the States whose people had engaged in the rebellion. All these steps had been taken, when, on the 4th " a ...,r ,... ...,r, .. ter, .i io a .:........ tt n..,g ues All these steps had been taken, when, on the 4th v day of December. 1t65, the thirty-ninth Coogress dt assembled. Neatly eight months have elapsed since that time, and to other plan having been R proposed by Congress for the meanures instituted or by the Executive,it is now declared in the jariot e resolution submitted for nmy approval "that the State of Tennessee is hereby restored to her form, r T practical relatio. to tile Union, and is agait el- a titled to be repreentatrd by Senators and Rel;re sentatives in Congress." Thus, after the lapse of t nearly eight months, Congress proporses to pave the way to the admission raf the representativcs at one of the eleven States whose people arrsyrl td thlemselvres in rebellion anaitst tlte onstituatiotnal arudtarity of the federal government. Earnestly a desiring to relieve every case of further delay, wlether real or imaginary, on the part of Co. gres. to the admission to seats of loyct Senator t 1 and Represontatives tro tile State ou Tenneoe,-e I havce, notwithtstalntig he anllt.,alots ehoracblh Sof thi proceeding, atfixed my signoaure to the re solution. My r aapprval however is not to be constrned. ,a0 an acklhwelradgmeto of the righlt of e'oograeoa to pass laws preliuitnary to the admission of du y qalrified re presentatives from any of tile tatte. Netiher is it to he consideled as c0omta. ttag me to all the statemCnts mIadl in tile pream ble, some of whit:h are, ill tly opinion, without ftundatiutin tfact-eapecialy the tassertion that itie State of Tennessee b.a ratliest the amtond ment to the Constitution of the United Mttese pro 1 posed by the Thirty-niuth Congr, so. No offiiar notier of such ratification has been reoniv, d Iy the Executive. or filed ill the department of State. otl the contr.ry, unofficial information fronl thire nost rehab ee sources induces the belief th.at t e amendment hase ot y betten eo.tituto,,al1 trnnlincted by the legialaaure af Tna.olsee. The t rght of each House, utd er the toon-titultn, r v Sjudge of the nelacotiau returns eaatt aoa!itetrtoa ea its own members it undoubted, a d mry apypro he val or dislpproval of the rerel.ltlon conad clst in the slightest degree iucrease or dimeinish the au thority uit this respert sonfererd upa tlhe a to branchles of $Congress. In 'teoelusn ea hi not too earnestly repreat my rerlatalldaOdtiol for thee odmsssion of Tcuncnssee. an all other 8Sttes, to an air and eqatal partacipatio:r in tiah nationl Be legislature whren they preseat themsel.res in the ael person of loyal senators and reprepentntives who nnon comply with ll the requirementets of the Cot irk htitrtita and the laws. By tis means ha.smony and reconciliatioa will be effected. the practical relations ot all the States to the federal govetn ed mantre-emtablished, end the wo'k ot restoratiu t ery in rgrated upon the termination of the war, suc a ceCsrlully comaleted. Aer2A w JONSON. 100 Wanhingon. tU., Juryrt, 1010. of NICn LITTL, DWELLINA Frta SALE.- We refer h any party who would like to beeome the possessor da of a nae lhttle house, waere he could indulge in be- 'love in a cottage " to, his heart's content, to read 1r- the advertisement p'abliehed in another column it in which such a p "ece of property is tiered at thc and . very low prito of $1800, 'EILEGRAPHI DISPATCHES. : QVA aftern 'HE GREAT REFORMt MEETING IN F LONDON. cho Pen F. W. Fo Pe Want of Confidence in the Government. sAe The h LATER FROM MEXICO. ; 2?to 4 -' at15j Nava TEE LIBERALS ATTACKING JALAPA. sris ditto Gold NE ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR RESIGNED, and ,tt at 1 I Cotton and Turpentine Tax Regulations. fore deel, Lo FROM 'WASHINGTON toba Red Oats THE PRESIDENT COMMUTES A DEATH SENTENCE T1 in tt C, ELECTIONS FOR DELEGATES TO THE $2 PHILADELPHIA CONVENTION. Oat por bay fhe Important New Tariff Bill Provisions. Wit in I NEW YORK AND BROOKLYN CHOLERA REPORTS. Ca M, dei INTERESTING EINEBAL INTELLIGENCE. C., HOMIE LAH.I.ETS.-RrVER NEWS. hol eat th( Etc.. Etc. Etc., ma to. ...usnstatPes R Dlast.hea.l int NEw TORn, August 1.-The Herald has the for- Und lowing: conr " LownoN, July 30.-A-great reormmeeting was Le held yesterday. Thirty thousand persona were A present. Resolutionswere adopted declaringthey Q. had no faith in the government. Petitions were A read, which will be presented to Parliament, de- beT manding inquiry into the conduct of the chief of aoy police. The procession was immense, and passed jorJ off quietly."' co Austria's naval victory was much overrated. Hyde Park riots and movements to form exclus- G ive reform leagues, have periled the Derby move- rest ments. I NswYona, Aug. 1.-TheHerald's cityof Mexico in p correspondent says the organization of Maximil- was r ian's army was progressing finely. American cit- per izens were pressing the consuls for nationality pa- Inut pers, on account of the impending draft. An attack on Jalapa was going on when thisdis- itl patch left. alt: WASHINGorO, August 1.-The national Demo- the cratic association last night elected the following Pe regular delegates to the Philadelphia convention: of John E. Morris, R. F. Merrick, Joseph H. Brantly, ticn S. R. and R. J. Sewart. Alternates, Charles Allen, eel John D. Hoover, Richard Wallach and J'B. Blake. Fir d CHARLESTON, August 1.-It is known to-day that a, 0 the prisoners condemned to death by military ie 0 comnlmision, and whose recent mysterious removal thi from Castle Piokney has occasioned much specu- an of lation, were sent to the Dry Tortugas for life, by trl td order of the President, who thus commuted their sentences. CoLCooM., Augustl.-The State convention met tp es to-day with a very full representation from every TI id district. Governor Orr was chosen president by ne Sacclamation. The convention adopted resolutions dt at approving the President's policy as opposed to cr y, the radical course of Congress, and cordially ac- :l =d cepting the invitation to unite with the conserva Stieas of the country in the Philadelphia conven be tion. Delegates will be chosento-night. er CHnARLSTON, Aug. 1.-Laler.-Governor Orr, m th Senator Perry and J. B. Campbell are elected ed delegates at large. First District, A. J. Moses, en Ichard Dosier. Second District, Theos. Y. Sim- a ed monds, W. P. Shingler. Third District, D. L. p Wt Woaralaw, General S. M'Gowan. Fourth District, m T. M. Dawkins, James Farrow. The convention I at odjourned sine die. r: WAsHn~vooo, August 1.-Genm Eokert to-day h "f tendered his resignation as assistant secretary of 0 war, to take effect at osae, that he may accept B ,d the position of general snpeintendent of the usi Eastern division of the American, Western Union ly and United States telegraph lines. c Cotton and spirits of turpertine, shipped fsom ors the South in bond undor the treasury regolations of October 9, b16i, are subject to tPe old rate of -to tax. Wre- ~oBeTON. August l.-A- large meeting of a the fesends of Ireland was held to-night to defend 0 tlsle administration from the miseppresentations rm.dr with respect to the. enforcement of the nes trelity laws, aui proclaim their adherence to the em- .hede.ilst' res-tosation policy. ous tLieutenunt General Sherman was serenaded to uight at his hotel and madea speech in response pro to the compliment, saying nothing of a political l551 character. d The amended tariff bill is now a law. It hna the t folhowing ilmportant provision, by which all the t "transtt facilities accorded to trade with the Britilh t l provinces are now extended to tradeon our Soulth ere frontier with Mexico: That all goods, wares I of and. merchandise arriving at the port of Point plo- Isabel, Texas, or any other port of the United tO States which may bhe specially designated by the eccretary of the treasury, and destined for can places in the IRepnilic of Mexico, may be entered e for at the custom house, and conveyed in transit ate , through the territory of the United States,without Io th payment of duties, under such rules, regulations ewho and conditions for the protection of the revenue CoI- as the secretary of the treasury may prescribe. SNow YOnK, August 1.-Fifteen cases and -ix net deaths in this city, and eighteen cases and tive -atiion deaths in Brooklyn from cholera are repuorte suc- to-day. 5o0. Now Yons. August 1.-A company of eapit'tist have purchased the Florida railroad grau., asu refer engines are at work. sessor The steamer Malto took out$125,000 fe,r Europe Ige in and the Africa, from Boston, took $4.,,000 in gol. a read B AnRosneto, August .--The D'.mocratic so nlumn, diers' State convention assemblo'1 this morning at the General Swit::er, of Alleglohar.y, was npplint tempororary chanirman. Csedei;o.l were procuate .,n vc rry d .r t .n t!:^' ...e. A ,r er.'.'ee , • ppr,el'>, to nle't perma, r.,t f'. , -v ,at!! . r.: chip TP,o,.ore Kno,,. hv - tr.: .qe u:orhli and t n. We! an-, G(itroud and Plan:t. Th se sh',-ar. a,.e ,l l ne ,a to a. Tbh -hip, b:ltk all bri .,re at a .ho'r inside. The bhark reported .t the bar yes terday is the Florence Chipman, from .i erpool. There hae been no tide ye:t uP-;-nt :,,r her to enter. The steamship Harris went to -a at 4 P. X. It has been raining her( all the fare:o;n. and it is very cludy, with the wind blowing fiash from tin westward. Nothing else in eight. QUAnANTINE, August 1.-Left for the city this afternoon-achooner Emma, McCarty, master, fr.m Tampieo, with a cargo of fruit con.igned to Halliney, and flve passengers: schooner Sea Bird, Smith, master, from Matamoros in ballast, and schooner Bells fromMntanzss. Remaining at Quarantie--steamship Alliance, F. W. Perkins, master, from Vera Cruz consigned to, Perkins & Hersey. She hastwenty-five pas sergers. SevaNnan, July 31.-There was one death by heo!era yesterday. There are nonew cases in the hospital. Four soldiers have returned to-day. The health of the men on the island is Improving. New Youa, August 1.-Cotton Onchanged; sales 1300 bales. Flour drooping. Wheat doll; common 2 to 4c. lower. Pork heavy at$31 75. Lard frmer atltf20yc. SBogar dull. Coffee firm and qunet. Naval stores steady. Turpentine 68 t72c. Rosin 1$301$9. Coupons of a62, 1084: ditto of '64. 106 ; ditto of '1, 106; 10 4a's, 1 9; treasuries, 1i04dl041. Gold 148t. New YORa, August 1.-Arrived-steamers Peril and Cambria, from Charleston. VrcaseUnR, Aug. 1.-Passed down, Continental at 1 last night, Henry Ames at 11 A. a. and Lumi nary at 8 P. e. River stationary. ST. Lous,. August l.-Flour firm at $7 75QB 50 for extra. Wheat heavy at $1 921i42 15. Corn declined GGCg90c. the whole range. Oats lower at 43@1(47c. Provisions unchanged. Whisky $2 22. toctISVI.LL, Aug. 1.-Sales of 150 hhda. -of tobacco. Market active. Flour, superfine, $I 25. lRed wheat, $2 10; white, $2 40. Corn, 73c. Oats, 46e. Mess pork, $32 50. Bacon shoulders, 161c. ; clear sides, 21c. Lard nominal. Whisky, The river is falling, with 6 feet 4 inched of water in the canal. CI.asciATI, Aug. 1.-Flour, trade brand, $9 50 4511 50. Wheat searce and wanted at $2 .0.@ E 42 50. Corn unchanged; mixed, 62c.; white, 75c. Oats scarce, 37('45c. .Whisky unchanged. Mess pork, $32@32 50. Balk meats. 15t173c. Loose bacon firm--the advance asked checked business. There are lard orders here from the East and South. Lard. 20c. Gold, 148. Is. - The sons of Mrs. Arthur, for information of whol she recently advertised, are at Camp Scott, Fort Winnebaugo, Wisconsin. S. W. Arthur is wounded in thile arne, and his brother C. W. Arthur, hnasost 5 a leg. They have been released from custody, and are staying at the store of John H. Morgan, Camp Seott. Mrs. Arthur, we believe, lives at Mrtgomery. We trost our brethren of the press wilt pass this news to her. The Informations derived from James Cheatham, of Yaneeyvtlle, N. )E. C.,who left there abouat the first of January last. WHAT DoEs THIS MEAN ?--The Richmond Whisg says: " We have recently heard, from several sources, that Northern men have approached late k. holders of slaves with the offer ot fie dollars for each slave lost by emancipation.-[Excnhange." It desn't make any difference what it means. If those Northern men will come to Miaiippithey can get shut" of their money so qlalcuy it wfll make their heads swim.--[Vicksbrg Hdrald. TmnaS Ia COULD nu DoNE--The Philadelphia Age has given the huge volume containing the testimony taken before the reconstruction com mittee; a thoroungh examination, andhas madesbme interesting discoveries. Here is one. John C. Fo- Underwood, judge of the United States district court for the district of Virginia, is a witness: was Q. Could either Jefferson "Danea or Robert E. hee be convicted of treason in Virginia ere A. Oh, to ! unless you had a packed jury. hey Q. Could you manngetopack a jurythere' rere A. I think is would be very difficult, hut itcould e- bedone. I could pack a jury to convict him. SThat is about the coolest thing for a judge to say that can he conceived of. "I could pack a rued jury to convict him." What a judge! What a court What statntesmen, to sugest the idea! eeeR idea! B. GEN. BRAUREGARD or EUROPE.-The London cOr respondent of the New York Times writes: Gen. Beauregard was well received in England. in private circles, hut I do not learn that he hai the slightest official recognition. But in France it was far otherwise. He was sent for by the Em peror, with whom he had a long and coafidential Interview at the Tuileries, after which he con versed with two ministers of state, M. Ronher and i. Dronyn de l'Hay, and ntaken in state car riage to the Legislative Chambers. It is reported also that lie has had and declined the olbr to take the colimand of the Roomanian army. The Em peror Napoleon, in these polity attentions lJ the Confederate general, is carrying out the prmniple of perfect neuratrality to the end, and maea no di tinction between hFderal and Confedlirate, ex ept, ireriaps. to treat the latter, as the- onquerld otSy, with a more delicate considerftiao . To the R:operor, Gen. Beauregard as Only a rave nd thcoop.hehod soldier, of the merits of whose caose lie will not pretend to judge. In the same way I Ithe Emp-rore of France and Russia seBnt oongratu -ltio hs to tie Austrians when they eatthe Italianse. imd to the Prussians when they beat the ALs trious. WASmitaron COLLEGE.-- We are pleased to learn. that the coming session of this lastlittisn wiltl pruslably be the nmost aucressul it has yet known. y The applications for admission ah students asre y iearly four houdred already, theough the. ses:io is d ues not commence until Septemoar. S Th " Lee Endowment" fund is constantly in creasing, the amount alreoadysulhsribed toittbeing - a lbout $200,000. a- At the meeting of the board; of trstees esBt n. week, it was determined to buithl a handsome resi deinae for the president, Ge. Lee, and alsotoo erectadditioonl college buildings daring the soim r, mer and fall.--[Lyochbhurg Virginian. s, T Naw HERALD O.nrric-The: new Hapda - etice, on tihe corner of Broadway andAbann streets, the site of Barnumsn old mus.um, is, nearly eom pieted. The lower story t, of irmoan. and Sp re t, mainder is of white marcse. Elegant cornices Sn slian every window, in tihe center of which the ilitials " 1. G..II." are qeuitpromine.it. Mil. Ben isett says that he is gettimtto he an old mpi, an. She wants to leave the new lfrald c~uts as histemb of stone. The building is ti be res'y on the Ist oft pt September. It is to ba comple;tely furnished he thouglhont,.everything nom from the tosa cylinder pees down to the " ad." saes esal towels. tooms are to be reserve d for editorial and report orial sleeping apartmeeeta, and a corps of the lat am ter will be continually kept ea duty. On its, re nmoval the Ilerald will he enlarged to the siao of t tile Tribuoe, and its p5li reduced to three ctnts of per copy.f [New Yceie paper. o" loeteTrioN O GL atlAL BStoaaAN--AaaOher Feiaa ,a&l , r .toa-LO, Julyi.--e.-oo. heomam rrd cived here this morning from the Niagara Falls. ais Hit lad a reception, at the board of trade rooms. cc- and leaves for Clevelsnd: this oreuinlg. the A ouloer Fenios . aare at Fa.rt Ere last evening reporrted that ii force of F'eno`ans were- two miles aooe Village, and thait an-ther body. crossed at led utihio to ca-operate. T'ae whole thing was a. uia huinliag. a A street railroad coer! ,auy. of St. Louis hare heon tined three lhuadr, a dollars, for alleged ex te tortion in roiciug their r ate of fase after midnight. the I --- c4 ------ t lThe papers are pa scing from one to another, alt- with applsauding ide tsrealentso, the followingekoiec c-os stanza: oint 'rhe for meanoest "amnes in the whole universe Ied Begin with a " ', as' yso every one khnow, And jlst in orde r thoe Riuse lhall rehearse Lelzcabub. B otta, Bialer, the Beast, and the for Bully B, rowolow. ored --- .ý++- at-i Fititoos,' . I tHE SeOCTuwr.-OGent. Sprague, houtl eomiiandii eg the derpnrtmeuts of Mississippi and icas .trkltas, nludianu Territory. reports the issue of 00 5ratiolns '.or the past three months to rofagees as : No tuiber f . . .. a . .... 11.2. tumb, . f r.i ....... . .. 16... . 1' ix .wu Isis- F""i.. .. " .. .............h8 ela i her corresiondsag a (otlith iui 1511- : lisrts ic a----- tot aLd PoiSON Fc-c ONo, MLeT F00 Tt OTaR.--1An ia tcretirng experilment la. been ainprogress for .c re time pat at the Royal Veterinary College at cue, (alliden iwon, Entolitid. A eno-ter o healthy Solf. d,,-s have been f-id 00e1 the most dieasosed per ic tl- ins ol cattle whiclh h:ave died of the rinderpest, egmoe of the imeat asving beeho given to them r.ntl - s- s)lme i ii c okied state. The rosot of lthe e "it I,,,inootit las bee:: that the do.s are !.tl:er and ,autod lealthier than ever,