Newspaper Page Text
Se EI('III tfLR hNIA-"IVE I1 TONIC.
MA ND)IIA K PILLS. TIh Sin.Wod Tonle 1. u 0 10rn iant ANU NONE OTE1R IN REQUIRED WHEN IT IS USED IT IS PIU E ANbI PLEASANT. NO BAD EFLFECTS LIKE W HEN USING BOURBON WIIEfEKY, W.Wn 1114.11 111 Tt r t: STlOVnl'l, --ORS T" .11 LIV[RI LOCKS W A11. '!i lll.·T Ii T Y Al l, TH.110 LI~ YA114..1 IL.Y ~,L L hLI·Y 'I OE FS-AlEED 'MNI.i PRODUCES LA'TINO IIESL'.TN. TRORIOIIIIIrN INVIOORAlIINO THE ENTOMAUT AND Dot.,'.IIIrE tit DUDE, AND 1,NABLING lIOUD 0,10M INATO \D. AMAI" IN 01 IIEALTIIH I:LVIIID 'I'II h: -0111) WHICH MAY HE~lt ML' eDil U (fIIll P~fURPOSED B IT IS SDi WUIANEIIFUL IN ITS EFFECTS -'1.IIAT- A WLo G 1 ... F.aII." ll IMC.M. H BB.,oty MB.!, AND A L OTLE OF IT TAKEN BEFORE BREAKFAST ,TUNE TO TIlE STOMACH WhIIU FE'W NEDICINES PIIOSSESD TOE POWER CHONI IIOINEAED Tfin MANDP..\KF Pi LI.S nuly fieI t.,kr~n wit11 entire Rnnpt)· Ly xi ic LL a e l ,uldll Oui*· nlllrill ell the IKII. rerlll l tN thn n be r. :l A8II1e tUr Jieeurll M ;flt4 I d lµ th 11 III of liý Iuri il llr eI~ll ur Tmtllr.Il· Allhe."r ily fh,1 tile OIII00llUinthe I01e01 yI.1 ,nI r runIt ~ rr, lurcuri; rlrd dleauived Lr) In) bl--WEED TUNIU. I)r. f lulmll I(OI lrrL'. I lreoU. liIonU I DR S 1\; ;'I:L f31LRERT, nn eeI l nerd n4 ~n~EI bad ,11,01 CHRONIC DISEASESES t..oe rn- t -m- Mo Jedical Prnlltlrr in; the onth has at Inet cnr."u;_: rý t ilr a!1, eerxrl ofr IJ uI:I1 r,teeln -il r-m dinr to be ,ýrepllrcd ý:I... ou~d n pr-,pr i tlry maAici l-r . This reenlntion hill ICcuI e:,:;_n 1,-A by ther rcpc;.:ed nr',llritxlb- o f thane iV WL Lave t , .-..r.ed thie bFolalit of Ila rtl0·r knilbl profeeri-,,ll ak14, and by tho Irnp -IIlllill 1 1, ~ nl pel. ili L attention to oarh of tlI: a rltlrn ili; ientluli* I;:ll t. film fur preecriptilii ~y It-, we F!-I. PCCInn(IIr· eilcllnltill Ceh l (r Luatuee. it-blte The Pub,1le May re : a r- I th ,at tho munthmrturerx sare nether pains nor e-p°::n in tLe preeparat il ,o he o resmedies. They are -made : tl e ,,y bes h medl,'ines kU, n, In a highly conce. trated ,rm, upn strictl:y .eientibc pr.c-pies. Dr. S:amuel Gilbert's General Alterative Aclts d ..ty -pon the Gla ndl d u mUrl Vls Mehrurane-stlimu 11 Is'l,, t t.e t, aldi: nJ n, .,. ::y iu their nt:ural tma ctons of hamnt. trim tI.h c'ire ltiug Fl'dds the usual Effete (and i duet , Morb:d, 1,tter% and expelling them througbh the Stin. Kidney+, I.aer, ald A: mentray C(and frOmr the Fyrot it i, therefere, ad,ltl for tfle relief or Chronic Dee.,u affecting those orgeu, alnd ,f the n.uco.s membrane, it.lng ths ! sagch a. EKUPTIONS, TETTER, ULCERS, SCROFULA, B JAUNDICE, GOITRE, "'!CO'N:O INFLAMATION OF BLADDER AND UTERUS, ETC. t: la r rtinrlarly usefl iu SUPPRESSED MENSURATION, HEREDITARY TAINTS, 8YP ILTIS And mI.sis waring from long continued use of Croms Blue M .,s C.roroive Suhlirrate, TPower' SolutiGn, Donova.'a SSilut:, ,o, u ld ftbie pralr;atlions of Me cnury and Arsenic Dr. Saamuel Gllhert'a Tetter Olntment ex a v" t, xcellent preparation for thecureof that ciabsof C mala.w u ,aly termed DISEASES OF TIIl bKIN, aud w!.: aL ,re popularly krow Is CKiRONIC ERUPTI'ONS, TETTER, PIMPLES, BL:-TERS, SCABS, SCALD lEAD, MILK-CRUST, p RINGWORM, ETC., ETC. Ii w" alo kill ITCI al ,,otherlal vermin which prey upon ies Sk::. It stonas ard detacheosthe exerementitious matters depu-!ti u no the skill; Leal,·* tile Cnrks, Bolisters and Pim pFLe, ,n ,.rS tiASAe,,u. Arth . S.-li ATce 4ntth ad plible. It I haDbees used by Dr. GILBEIRT, u. most atisfaetry result for monry years, It is offered for 5 a!e, in tlhs style, from the Urm couv~ritimn that it must neives:riy meet with the hearty apprjthln of those who miake use o, it. Fuli ds;ecti,,n for the mlethod of Un these remedies, a plainand accurate dexcriptinu of a number of the different I vaneties ofakin Diseases and many valuable suggestions i. regard t, their cure, will be fould printed on circular accom panying eich psackage. These sugestln are the fruit o most amdple experience aeqired hy Dr. Smn., Gilbert during big extraordinary profesioual career in the treatment of this .,class oF dle,,la the itieI of Memplhis, NewS Orleans and I New York, and will, it is expected, enablle mot unprofessional pers.o). treat their own cases with mluch greater saoees than thst which uSually faliato the lot of ordintay physlcians Dr. Larookah's B sarsprillla Compound, For the Speedy and Permanent Cre of Grer Complaint, Scrofula, or Kings' Edil, Dyspepsia, Dropy eoursalgia Epilepsy, EryDipelas, St. Anthony's Fire, Pfmples, Pustules, Blotches, Bouls,Tumors, Slt Rheum, Ulcers and Sores, Rheumatism, Pain in the Stomach, Side and Bowels, General Debility, Uterine Ulceration, Syphills -And MERCURIL DISEASE, Lad all Complaints arising from or reulting In IMPURE BLOOD. It is double the strength of any other Sarsaparilia Compo* y/ La the market, and is indorsed by the Medical Faculty as the BEST AND CHEAPEST BLOOD PURIFIER B TART. Read the foUlowing commendation from Dr. Abbott, of Bo'e ton, widely known as one of the most successful practitiones S n the country: Bosm, De. , ,18 DR. EB.R KNIGHTS, MELROSE, MASSACHUSETT- De'r SOr-I have uaed Dr. Lanuksh' Barsaparills Com- O pound in my practice for several years, and aslter a careful ob serrstiou of it effects, I do not hesitate to say that it is, in my opinion, thebs SUREST, SAFEST and CHEAPEST REMEDY for SCROFULOUS and SYPIIILITIC DISEASEN tht has ever been made available to the medical profeasioq Fraternally yourss 8. Y. ABBOTT, M. D. Priee, 81 00 per Bottle. B S--Prepared by DR. E. R. IKNIGHTS, CHEMIST, MELROSE, MASS. DR. LAF.OO H'S India Vegetable PnlmonlNe Byrp, Cares Cougha, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma, Ca Lsarrh, Bronchitis, [aln In the Side, Night Sweatsl, Hoarsenoes, to which Public Speakers and Singers ire liable, Consumption in its early stages and l Diseases of the Throat and Longs. ndorsed by the highest medinl authodity, clergymen of every denomination, authors, editors, professors in our varou colleges and by many of our most eminent public men. Containing no opium, it is adapted to every age, and may be used without fear of ths dngeraus resultt which follow the eofmanyofthe Cough Preparations of whichopium and s'a are s the bsse. te from HonG G. W. Goocb, Member of Congress from Massachusetts : D E. R. KNIGHTS--Dear Sir-I have used Dr. Lroo sh's Syrup In my family for six ,ears, and have foundit sn cellsnt remedy for Coughs, (old, Sore Throat and al Con omptive Complaints. eta 1 have recommended it to severl isnds&, who hbve received great benefit from its GIVE IT A TRIAL Price 0o cents and 1S per Bottle. DR E. B. KNIGHTS, Proprietor, Melrose, Mssachnsetts DEMAS, BARNES & CO., New York RNES, WARD 1 CO., New Orlsa. - 1o T1I- CRASCENT I. PUBLI`HTEI) DAILY (Sund Eýy cptod) AND WI~ERiL-Y, BY J. O. NIXON, N. T. CAM TR.I. TIERMS.DAfILY, 16; KLY,'5 PER -'. VOLUME XV. MONDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 1866. NUMBER 309 The .etew Orleans Crescet i BOOK ANT-D JOB PIR PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, 01 CAMP STREET. on J. O. NIXON. Proprietor. tie The Crescent Job Establishment vi,( WITH THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED war STYLflS OF PrEtSES, Ti. ri,-rx The Celebrated _ Iaa]nufltclories In Mesere. R. ItOE & Co., and GEO. P. GORDON, -ti And with al! the vati ue styles and desiges of tt STYPE, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS, CUTS, ETC., at From the welI knoan fondrei of dri o' L. JOHNSON & CO., PHILADELPHIA, AND JAMES CONNER'S EONS, NEW YORK' hla hin Are prepared to execute every description ofa!t I A BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, cI UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT et in IN THE SOUTH. d me n'a w COMMERCIAL AND MERCANTILE P R I N T I N G, --9chi ans r, PROMISSORY NOTES, DRUGGISTS' LABELS, pon DRAY RECEIPTS, 11 teBANK CHECKS, tl CONTRACTS, Ot BILLS OF FARE, BALL TICKETS, arty SROGRAMYIES, AUCTION BILLS, SHAND BILLS, nt BILLS LADING, a ia ENVELOPES, BILL HEADS, rng CATALOGUES, this MORTGAGES, I and CIRCULARS, enal HEADINGS, he tINVOICES, DEEDS, CARDS. -Aned , EVERY OTHER VARIETY OF BLANKS KNOWN TO TRADE OR COMMERCE. 00BK D S .EPART r Sat Mi We are preparedto thi PRINT AND BIND ist th, Ina Saperlor Styl, at FAMPIHLETS, T BOOKS, BBIEFS, CASH BOOKS, hi DAY BOOKS, Jo LEDGERS, to ETC, ETC. Of sa Iele and styleof typography or binding tait the11 taste of the moat fastidlous. ,S bl STEAMBOAT PRINTING. Especlal'attention gtven to printing STEAMBOAT BILLS, BILLS OF FARE, MANIFESTB, ETC. Plain or In any Number of Colors. RULING AND BINDING S Executed with spatch, and in the most workmanlike mamer, ad rom All work warranted to give satisfactioa. SOrders attended to with dispatch. nl prices resonable. Crescent Book and Job Establishment, alts No. 94 CAMP STREET, Between Natchez and Poydras, IL : 9risnr'Aae . r$ e Qýrleanm ,ailgi $eý cent. " OFFICIAL JOUINAtL rl, ,-r T H-I STAT]-' O)F I,,, TISANA. MONDiAY MOrP.NIN;, CIt 1SUT 13, Isi;. Tille lemnnrn! (l'Clonel] N.olan. \i ;nsl r-c di tia nt tit- !!, ,I- .-,t t itt mgallant it ,oldier wi nort tarrive here for s..veral days. Tie ha blait on ,',ri they were ,l,,-ed ct Lou!-vill n tie 7th is-t. has itcrn u .lmx-]ect,, e Ily dlayi: d. The Hnoward Asnocitllon. By refcrence to our advert!-iug column; it will fo S-een that the Itowal Aoso'bi tiion reeaintzed nr on Saturdtiy night, and elected its officers. The - i ah;,ri'ion hai algainl beel called into active ser- ft vice, il vie:w of the: I,,,i-lity of the cholera be- t coilng gp.idelic. The oflir -r. chloen are ineatly all v tilellan Inemberl-s , anil- 1 li thl ir direction, to thi- noble -o iety. of wl-, h New Orlean- i, jatly i prow!, will -a ntain it, ,lmi: ;nt rep, :t in the per lot int e of the n.,st w o-O and dangeroua of . Tihe Negr ro Preetxl.ln on the lDay of the lint, i A f l: t which. ill ri , an. ,,: c,.r , ,'p rt .f thet: in- w teei-nti cachet.- wil, t!-, riot at th- t hateet 'i l tivernr iu nitt':l. an l c, be, h it r r. nppearo ' in ae dlir the pu l.-t-. ::ow piblih at ane ilnll,,t ,tt link in tl,¢, reli:all) cf 1 .-in. to chow tl the prepaurati. - ,:l-ol tr;.c . ..ii ,r va, "h:o e on A- t er n.red ire,.- , - ith:,h r-,-ll Can,,e l -tr l.t~ c ofr, n ga r n :int",,*. ;'pp ,,!t-v dcc th. ln' In. ctilt la iie beatine io d -a,- and the coltnotion ato:e tier teultitude -rof h'.:ite es:: idt ln -1 r i the halel of tie Holins 1, ie:irenenrtatives., ca-ed. a ouOd laal of x-i.n Ienl, in-idl.". T]he convecntion had uat ttken a r, re,, to allow t:h ::. rgeant- at arm. to are" t and bri., . th, abcent ifbe - ret if the white per.s i n-ire the bar, not ict er thi-d tere nem rles of the cmilen. n, As thenr Tdrnu we. heard eatwg tf-he .hng-loy, several. .te:nincgly alarmeT, -hr aed. " wi.at' tint ?" The lesponse canme from two or three, "That's Ithe -e twre dori not remember the num I' r ndf regtinat nalte d.I " colored infan 1 trb" Some one ttnsked, ae" Atre they now in service." The an:swer wc-t iio. they have been n:utered oat." The p:Lrties giving this inforia tion did not see tie procEi . n, lnd, if what they n stated w'at true, iti evidenttnlty nelut have known that the regiment had t, r nized rgild for the pur oile of coming to tetl -titl-it thlt morning. ieicr were aten tahit time erg d ie writing at the re rtrail table an-i did not -e e the pesons whoi T ,ponse'. Evwdencu before the grand jury tends to iprove that thie orgeanizatin wase arecntomred to military order, and siglnals. Thrownt into sonice disorder at Canal -treet, the command was given, c fall in," anl tel " long rala" eat at the Institute was the ignal of danger, anid to nsemble prepared The natter, we reopectfnily sug,-! t, is of unfim eient ila.portan"e to engoare the attentiun of the grand jur;. It is of great consequence, it a dis banded regiment of negro :,mdiers had been cathered and oerganized secretly for the purpose of aidiner and abetting thecon-lprators of the cona ventin, th-it the world should know it. and how and by wheon it wa dcone. C'halrty lIaopittal Slatltlltc. :than Ye'te rday morning there nwere 710 patient in civil h ' Charity Iu~spital. Sin ce tihe !:t of the m fthei there. hav,, been !S0 dcatht ill tle inrtitutlln . The ton nther of patient; aldmiittel ni-ing the sane time pere i iis -17. : inlihr discii :,egei, 3. Tine deathb- ferom choera in the illspital i evne t tihe diseane lirst -thi,icd it-.lf there have been a piers fellows: August 2d, 1: 3h1, : 4t : th. : 3:1th . weo. : 7th. 1; th, b. ; :h. : lO th. 4; 11th, G: 12tih, 5. ce Sr,~-ted. trme~nd~. intl Officer Devonshire. of the Second District po- wa lice, reprt.e that a boy niled Luhilla, aiout cure beven years of age, fell througllh the wharf at tie foot of St. Ph'lilip street, yesterday afternoon, and this was drowned. The body had not been recovered nen up to six o'clock. car t-- - lean Larceny. artn Between seVEnci and eight o'cloek yesterday rt morning, some one entered the residence nt Mr. of a Charpentier, No. 2.0 Ro~yal ~ireet, and stole a hat iee and a frnek coat, in the polrket of which was a beh large pocket-hook containing valuable papers. awl C(ommIttd for Trialn t. Recorder Ahern examined, on Saturday, the on charge against Messrs. Frank A. Ilerny and ).. the McFarland. lately doing hIusines, at Nos. 27 an tal 29 Natchez street, under the style of Ilerny & fort McFarland, of obtaining the sum of two thou- the sand dollars by false representations from Mr. a1t Miller, No. 31 Magazine street. The firm becanie bee insolvent soon after borrowing the money, and the the false representation is alleged to have been evil made in the statement they made in regard to the so I state of their business. The case was sent before Aft the First District Court for trial, bail being fixed ma at $1500. tit The Late BIot--eport of the Grand Jury. citi To the Hon. E Abell, Judge of the First District Court of gO itow Orlens: fan The grand jurors of the parish of Orleans have to had under consideration the subject of the terri- p ble riot that occurred itl this city on the 30th of fiat July last, and now come into court and ask leave 1 to report, tatsat They have caused to be summoned before them at a large number of citizens, whose testimony they ab] had been informed was material to showe the nw cause, inception, manner and close tof the bloody by scenes of the 30th oef Jeuy; and in tder to we secure a fair, full and impartinal history of thIe re bloody day, as well as to sutaits aind justify the ch. eoneclushhs to which they havee arrived, and icave on embodied in this report, they hiave canred the ti testinholy of tite witnesses ernnsinned by thent to et le carefully reduced to writung, wllich testimony om: & they submit herewith, and from which it tin appears : ml That, on the 30th day of July last, there was a ten conflict at and near the lrcchauic' Institute, iu ie this city,wllich resulted in the death of about forty cc persons, white and black, and in the woandinrg, h slightly and severely, of about two Ihundrend mre . ThPe frst question natetially presenting itcelf is, tt what caused. inl a titci ot prrfoold peace, so ter- li rible a conflictl What arfohned our usually quiet and peaceable population to so dire and fierce a w s, atruggle it could be no trifinlg or ordinary cause si that couldbring on such dathly collision upon o the melnber eof a cmitountnity hitherto moving so n larmotniouel together. The question, onwever,n o is not diicult of solution. I: Some few weeks since a meeting of about thirty in persons met in secret eauuu illt this city, elected p Rufuo K. Howell president pro tem., resolved that he should convoke tie convention of tba1, to h meet on the 30th at July last, and that the gover- a nor of the State should be reqoested to issue his a' proclamation for elections to hil the vacancies in a the convention. g nor. These men claimed to have the right and onwer, and very undisguisedl expressced the intention to a remodel the Couattitution of the State to suit their s purposes, and to take possession or control of the I State government, It is unetcessaryto cuter into e a discussion Ihere f tile question of the preten- t lions et this body of men. Sufice it to say, that there never was a more impudent and audacious I claim set up to assume power tItan this pretendedd I rightt to meet in convention. It had not the slight- I est fonndation whatever, even undernthe resolu tions of the convention of Iftl, under which it wan elaimed.they cold meet, awhich construed .irethter as well as by tile interpretation oft their tt aitior, never contemnlatrdl that tile power of calliing the convention nlu,.,lher llnould be confer rei ntc tihe presidncut f the ibody except in tlr c-,c if thite rejectinon nf the Ci,titintiu n hy tihe i- nenle. Thne Se:ol itcaeresotin.n, Oin tilne coltrarT. clearlyi snd eplpicitly Calllele tine laJirn i the Ihgislature at its fir-1 .esion vt, re, <aa ,ka e t::a vcr elllelrs of tile conetion--in rae f t-ie adop- pa tion of tilhe Constitutiaon by thle peaep. 1 Again, even if tiht e-tlatr-.tian that the peei- 1e:, dent tof te onvetion hadl the ll ,w,. te o .+:l t- e at a t, -onvention togettherhe correc t, he al:,e p--e-- - hflat power, and he (E. it. )urelly refrltm to cx- :: eraise it. The idea of a canon' of l a,'tyv"-lt.h, rep of a bholy whose gnortut is seventy-,fiX, hurler,.a:. , tat to elect areti t it aito alpai tte nurd it .., tO . in fact is the wlole thinf. pFr ;adutttitel tthett.e, t:e convention of 1864 had undertaken to, Tperletatel ., their own existence ,V a it'sol titn note a part of tihe the Con,ittittin. , it wuld have ben a rllt o lo ,, - tee tension without binding els-ct. and nece.,art' , a nullity. This assumption at power, thtn, oat I! t" the part of these nln, was a flagrant, ople.: de- a:t ! ti:l violaltion of la . It twas all isolo nt .'- lt a - a : lei aettempt to suert the eovernment anill d,- ". ' stloy the Constitution, and lnder the laws o, irt-t ..T etal would be pnai-hablh with death. Iurtntt ',,t y n ý." f',o them the only oftltae forw.leih under tile 1", I : o of Louisiana they couldl tie indi ted andt puniseld, for simply meeting with the object pIroes-ed ,at dae-troying tihe government of the Stite ia . for . maehing and knowiaely assi-tin- at an unl.iwf t ,- I R cmthly, of which they were ganlty as soon as t: y .at mIet itn eotnvention, andtl ftla wtlich olte: et the--e '. awho met in convention nel ta e i:th of Ju!y. Ihave a beaen inditeld by the grandt jury. I On the 31th of July, then. itais body, ace-redit:: i F to iulic atnnounceaenet, was to aeet. I)r Fri l:v Pal tatt, 27th July, a meeting of the irieands tf u"- I ver-al sfrage, irre iper ve o! color, took placIa - in this city. Attlat titeetint iflammmatryspecti.a s a aertte madaeft tthe ajolored ta pet l:- who artead I in large numbttfers. Tlhey were advlised tao aoe toa the conventiata on Motdatfa, ato comae in tteir , maiilt, to come ptrepared." , 'ihey were aexhnrled to externinate the whitt-h i who a ere callcd hael born antt !let Ieouc-l t int :-. faoe : ad wereahid t hat hls te rathttla ot Iat, at::t cu zyens and tiheir coleul'O brethlren were cn'o'del,'. 1 tlt d alects of New Orleins would rti.,u ite t.-aiI in Maondtay morninlg, the :30t,at al early ]her. oI abollt tile place teelgnated for tl: e arine of the.. .ventioa , laa y of al,::u armed. Abaot 12 ,,'iuhck a prlteia etn ct f it roefttaa e. r tanrt,,'::t a t. up toward thpe place of sitta; of the rot vetltn',:h withll colors flvinag r:a drllums eating: a lHoa tlt e , atedl with heatvy stic - or h ;titer n calns. aa 1 a .e taemtal ul) tthey hatlated and saclao '.i i-utced nd. according to xsome awth0e~-s. i-e aa and pu-lt ed tlhe bystandera nn t!e :trc.qs ,. t I a tthe.a way. The ctrotdt of white 1c-,-ple a ;ave we, 1 a- they came along. There e- :a t it -;i.- : ,. . turbauee ai o the crowd pa- uI. octe arrt ir a t and tile procession passed :nt t~, the place where thle cunventinn sat. During this d:i-tnb;hnc, tIla: re were pistols fired-the lifu=t two by ne'roas iu the t procession. ~I The condition of things now pre=ented is nn un lawful assemlbly in session, t'rrogating to them :etves withiout even the ehaldow of right, 1t.a 't tpower to overturn tile government rof tile State- Sa bogy of tsurprsa con.;Iirilo g fir t::,, snaa- 'er'-ion of tfe Constitution and flara of thie State; and they aulroundel by at erowal of negroes, brouaght H there by previous invitation:, and arlnted for the f protection of the " nlawfal assemebly'' ian their Under these circumstances, what was tihe legal f right as well as the pIlpa!ble duty of tLe con- n seernatars of the peace, both State and mnauia.:,dl a It clearly was to dltloerace tlto vielatoaa,af the tlaw. and to arrest and hold tliem fore trial. The or.-.'e beint complete, as soon as the nnlawafula as ° emthly-" took place, tile minister.- t t!e lacw were not campelled to await an attack to ta o ae malde on them by the disturatere ofr the public peace becfore they proceeded to do do their aduty in dispersieg andarrestngtham. TIe'ywa: L authorized by the law to take tile initiative, tnslag t tsuch f aorce s wast necessary, antd only such to t .e reak up the tulawful assembly, and seya le thlet d persons of the ollenders fur punishment. 'fh: hOWever was not done, and wth? Itp appear that the civil aatlahrities fonaa, that tlhe nlat, ary - atuthoritie would not only not co-operate with Stbela ill nlling tile arrets. but waould preyt _.the convention from being interfered wilt eithaer h- ithe mauniciial or bttate a!tlaoiatiea. I av,,r' at Itaourae was informnel that lie woula i nt be al - e lnowed to arrest ite nmemiter of tile tcovrotion, a-and tile general itn colnlian at tile title was e aeutally explicit ill assertt l that the sheriftf e t tic parill, after indict Itent ftoud ly tie enaranl ury. would not be allowend t arrest ital membe oallt tile pretcendd convention. anwilling t, brlenti taout a collaton aetwee tite nliitary anilt in civil' authoritie', faytoap r Itonrt ,e ,d,:isatetd t enltircly fromn his intelaton of ar eatitlg the nlalbers, and it was agreed a ad lisiltly aundert ste ,tood between the general ooalllandlog at tl* ! time and Lieut. Gay. Vaoohies, that ita ca-e the trand jury ahaild itdict otle nmemters olf the on re ntmon, that tio e sheriff, ihttead tf tal'tnllg the arrests, should take htis writ for tile arrest uf tle as te'sials iaaicted dlirectly to tile ,genleral, who I awould itadore thereon his refaeal to alloawathe ex ecution thereof, anlld .-tthl forwatrd the I whole matter to the Preaident of the ULnitted Statese for direct and spccilic instrnlctioalt in the prenises. It the meatawaico tle conventiaou' toe- was to remain tntisturled, and ill order to, a e. atcure peace and aqult, a teiall lil:try Sforce was to bhe .cd ill onja section withl somanc of the police. It is evident to ta tliffs grand jury. that in pursuance to tlhis arrange -ed atett, thl municipal authorities sedulouslty tll aceatfully avoided everything that toulda puossailly lead to a collision between thle police and tlhe aineld negro force assemalled fdr the itrotectiona of the usurpitng lonventi. It I appears that in y tfurtheranca of tllcese acitia vieva, at the 'eolcsc , of a number of respectable citizensa, the maayor ata iened a proclamation calling on citizens to so a a behavee tremselve as to avert all danger of riotit anl difficulty, wlhich tiheY appear to havte heeted, as evidenced by the unnterruelted paaoage through their midst of the nOl.y, thrbulent, ite nating and insulting processionof atrmed negroes thie on their way to tih place of the anssemblage of ~ the a caentcfon. The military force promtised to assrist in main taining order, from some cause orotlher, was no! t forthcoming-a fact much to be lamented, as Be there can be no doubt its timely arrival could. easily have averted all disturbancee, and the dread fully bloody scernes of the day would thereby have Po been avoided. The military never did arrive until Ge the riot was entirely quelled by the police. The the evidence shows that the conflict, whidh terminated toi so fatally to themselves, was begun by the negroes tot in front of the place where the convention sat. After the first attack, the negroes fell back, and La Smany of themn taking cover in the lMechanics' Itn- ju stitute, the fight was continued by them ftrom the building, and the police force and some perseouns in Fit citiaens' clothes,trmon the street. It is needless to Sgo into the details of the struggle-they will be tilt found in the accompanying teatounony-sutfflce it mr to say that the police succeeded tn arresting many gr persons, white anot black, who were placed in con afinement, and in entirely quelling the riot. There appears to hove been some unnecessary sacrifice of life, and some unnecessary ferocity Ba I and brutality in thie closing scenes of this lament- te y able tragedy, by persons in the crowd, until uosve e unidentilied. Some of these persous were arrested w yby order of the mayor and chief of police, but c o were all, together with all tIe other persons ar e rested by the police at tire time of tie riot, din rcharged, as far as we have been informed, with- 1i1 not exanmination by the military aothorities, who hi ohad on tile evening of the 30th of July taken poia, o session of thIe city by virtue of a declaration at y martial lawn; hence the impossibility of identify- G I log parties engtaged in the riot. as well as tnhose wiho were guilty of unnecessary cruelty in at a te topting to suplpress it. The cvodncoe is all ton n carrent to the fact that the police, with a few es y cepltions, and these not identified, behaven with se bhumanity, used no unneocesary violonce tonwatrls t e. tie rioters, and protected persons arrested by them, ill many instances at the risk of their ow h rlites. et One fact connected with thlis nnortu nate, alnoir, a we would leave untoll, did we de.ol its suppres alosi consistent with tile full anl faitlfut discharge nn of our duty to the public. It in the coorso ter no sued iu this matter by J. MIadison Wells, governor ;r, of tle State. We tind him cu-operating with the nenurlnng convention, for tile purlpose of detcaoy ty ing the government under which he hold, his ed power and position. ut We find hbn on tile day of this disaantroa riot in to his office, ill tile same budlding where the unlnawful i r- oassembly was held, where he reomains umi:aa a very is short time before:the rioting began. Ooienvinghis in office he had to pass through the mob:ut armed oe groesassembled to sustnin thbenusurprrs. HInmust er, Ihave known the evident danger of "clot and blood to shed, yet not one word have we le.ardfrom him, the seir worn protector of tine laws, t'a prevent the im t pening consequenccs of the threntened trouble, a evidences of which were at] r-outld him. Tihe Ilrst on- thing we hear from his Exoelleunncy is a publishled hot manifesato, in wlich h atntemptn to justify his giv ous ing aid and comfort to the usurpers, and vilifies ded and slanders the penp'er who have elevated him to nt- his present position. ol- The testimony betfore the grand julry llows that h it the feeling o the people of the city is one e1 sym lied tlthy for the unfortunate colored people who heir al'e fallen tih r deluded victims to the lawlero nam r of bitiuon for pt ace anld power otf nad andL onsluln- - for- lous whlite. llmen, whlose great interest ion the wno ttn fare of ttr blacks is lii fignrd to the tnurlnlde of t n . o n u,0 rtn',li.-hitjg teir" on'n nn -loni oll, end . 'fG tile oiy. 5lo',!tl lIn,' e, s ao a l;n-s. the1re i nt o iJ,, - lity. tie 00.0 tin osnoto ry. thn2st, i , ,0 -li.pl o!it)n ut-lotn-.ll ,-d t ryg enerally t . -.s that tven-handt d and tin-is partial justice is done tr thiem in every retsperolo t it cs-hltion,,a s- ieese troubles have been l[1 i,:s ught amongst us'oh') political tricktero, in an ttmtn.t to deprive us of our proper participation i, our osun government, and as tihe events of the :;t:h of ,uly are sosghlt to be tortured and nso represented to onr injury, we slteta it not out of F ''. to xa'pres onr strontur so-viriii's that the Fro i, ,pl,: of New Orleansthave in good faith retsnwee their all,-giantse to the government of the Usnited Oatc.. andl re now, in the tllilest sense, loyal to the Caslitution and the Union. FR ANCIS RA W IaE. , I.. e. CHuARIONE, B. P. r0OO.nIES. I'IIILIP teIO ER, Jas., CHAS. W. OPKI-.a.. i. - ON 0. vo.a Y, v555oo0 J-. FOntTAsL;, .stOtCA. S. R. FROST, eNTHONY Pcanos, JR., CHsRr:LES ROItYER, SI"AA(" l. PIIILIPS, H. E. FLOnFS. to TOR I)AttO, nHENRY ACUERT, ;.sL,,,n. Pros Personal. Rev. Dr. Leonard Woods receives the degree of i.. D. fron his own college.Bowdoin. The: authoress of " Felix Holt" received £1i00t ftr her novel. G Price Napoleon has become a member of the Paris Cricket Club. Longfellow is batbing at Nahant. Balzac's widow is dead. SLowell is at the White Mountains. REP New England. iM. Sella, who occuplie the Italian mini-try of loancoe before MI. Scialoj, has joined tiaribaldi's Scorps as a volunteer. Fr i . Blot, sayj thle Boaton Post, has greatly ,in a:,'-aed the cooking range-or, at least, the range a1 crtookery in that region. 1 W. H. Milburn, the blend preacher, has acenplted , a call to the temporary rector-hip of the Trinity ::-.itcopall churd:h in Chicago. ituecral Frank Blair has sued the Missouri Dem i -,-rat for publishing a dispatch reflecting on his The tsoney transmitted to England by the King i lianover has. from the accounts of the Hanover SE,-heqtera. been ascertaisneds to amount to 1.2hn,000 thalers. Tile Toronto Leader says: "The inquiry into the in endluct of Col. Booker must not be confounded with a court martial." Every American will "twig" the distinction. Courts-martial are or tanized to eonvict--Booker's court was organized to acquit. John Deery played a pnblio game of billiards, :500t up, with Pierce of Mlisouri, at the Lindell m t House, on Monday. Pierce won the gafe by a te few points. Pierce's average 17:25; Deery' 16:11. t S A little daughter of Mr. Reynolds, of Albany, was drowned recently in a cistern. "She was not tio to missed until it was too late to rescue her." The emprees of the French has presented a chateau and park to the city of Lions to serve as a convalescent retreat for the citizens. f e Not only was a brother of Pnnce de Metternich, To a the Austrian ambassadoria Paris, seriously wontd- P0 ed at Sadowa, as already stated, but Count de - De-ande Sandor, a brother of the Princess de Met- B1 si ternich, was killed. The Metternichs are ex- Co ao tremely popular in the highest Parisian society, ge the and condolence with them on" the double family co calamity which has fallen upon them is very gen t eral. t- An indictment was found against General it Swseeney by the grand jury at Windsor, Vt., 1 d"ring the session of the circuit court just con - eluded: two indictments were found against Gen- T n eral Spear, and one against Colonel Meehan, sov- . orally, for complicity in the Fenian raid against sy. Canada. S Senator Connesaswas to leave Washington lastI I week for New York city, and there take passage tl .in a e teaner for Europe. Mr. Conness will be ab te sent ablout three months. . eln- lin. O. H. Brownicg and fanlily have returned to Washington from Berkeley Springs. l Gen. Steadman arrived in Washidngton on the it the 6th, ad had a long interview with the President. e Her majesty's outward observances of venera- a Il tion for the prince consort continue to be as Ibe marked as they were four years ago. I may re- t Sed mark that it is known the queen has the strongest r' ott objection to the term "late" as applied to the 10a prince. Ina certain fashionable journal which ;.e. enjoys the patronage of the court, you will find ith that when his royal highness is referred to it is a to always as "tlhe prince consort." All the saddle c '- horses of the late prince are kept in the stables in bi Windsor, but though they are daily taken out for se exercise no one ispermitted to mount anyof them. 4 i . To do so would be a case of dismissal for the "room. Ir The income of Augustus Hemenway, of Boston, Sso for 1865, was $220,000. lie does not enjoy it, int however, being a lunatic. led, Doctor Butler's income last year was only age$2 ,552. This beggarly return results from his Goes sacrifices for the cause of the Union in New of 01 Orleans. in- The Washington Republican says It is reported o not that Napoleon will call to his aid James Gordon. as Bennett in "altering the map of Europe." auld The following named officers have been tem ado porarily detailed for duty on the staff of Major util General Hooker, commanding the department of The the East : Brevet Colonel R. H. Jackson, cap ated tain 1st U. S. artillery. as acting assistant inspee eat tor general; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Loomis L. and Lngdun, captain tst U. S. actillery, as acting SI- judge advocate. the Commissioner Joseph H. Barrett, of the pen i to sion burean, went to Middlebiry, Vermont, on I be the 6thinst., to deliver an address atthe com e it enmenent of the Middlebury college, where he ,sOy graduated. _ Co.rTEnrFEr FrvE DODLr NATioNAL BaNK Brus.-We understand that there are coun- P terfeit five dollar bills on national banls, dl which may be distinguished from genuine aones by observing that, in the latter; Colum bus, on the back of the bill, is represented in a light shading, and that in the flag borne by I his attendant in the rear, there is a cross in the center; while in the counterfeit bills, Columbus is in dark shading, and there is no cross in the flag. . a Judge Palfrey has sent the Franklin Banner *h some sugar cane from his Cypremeat planta Is tion with twelve red joints and nearly six feet high, the red joints in the aggregate being nearly five feet in length. The Louisiana Democrat of the Sth inst. says Red River is getting low, and the large or packets are preparing to make way for the he wheelbarrow fleet. hs The Vicksburg Herald of the 12th instant in says the health of that city was never better l than at present. his Health in Caddo parish is represented as good, lut the drought and heat so great as od- likely to affect crops unfavorably. the as- The Shreveport News strongly advocates tea the boring of an artesian well in that city. sled iv- The Mobile Advertiser of the 11th says tea there has not yet been a single case of cholera a to in that city. that The Mobile Times takes part against street oh railroads! Isu- The Shreveport people are troubled about a I sufficient supply of ice. ii. A nen fotlnd dead us a Lond~a door step had u,ad £10,000 in his pscket. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. From Vera Cruz--Reported Anti French Conspiracy. PREPARATIONS FOR THE PHILADEL PHIA CONVENTION. C.owds Gatherieg.-Exeltemenat-.eported Harmony. Gen. Howard to Resign or be Removed from the Freedmen's Bureau. REPORTED RESTORATION OF GOV, WISE'S PROPERTY From Mexico--Projects of Juarez. BY TEE CABLE-ENGLISH DATES TO 10TH. Napoleon Akes to Extend the Frontlers of FrBaee. e ISCELLANEOUS-MAXEETS-RIVER NEWS LI [Special to the Creseent.l exami PHrLADELPHIsA, August 12.-The Hon. Cuthbert all clot BEdlitt, Judge Morse and other prominent gentle- cdeci a men of Louisiana met and effected a fusion of the will be two delegations from that State. The most com- By di plete harmony exists between the delegations, war ah and Louisiana will be represented in the conven- ti aerm tion with entire unanimny. ELA. week. tlAsomttal Press Dtsmatehasl NEW PIILAntELPHIA. Aug. 12.-The great wigwam for thle National Convention will be completed by derruo Tuesday. It is the largest strpeture ever built for a it was political gathering. A large number of delegates splondi have arrived. Reverdy Johnson, Montgomery sc has Blair, Stockton, of New Jersey, Fernando Wood, shore, Cowau, of Pennsylvania, and .sany other distin- gale, a guished persons have arrived,, The executive wereo committee have rooms at theContlnental Hotel. water. There was qolte a stir to-day, over a report in day to the New York Herald that Goverppr Curtin, of andta iPennsylvania, had secretly called for two thou- on at sand militia for service during the time of the con- Nan vention, and that trouble will probably ensue. six der This is believed to be a canard. There is no rea- decree son to suppose thaet the convention will be dis- were . turbed, notwithstanding the mischievous articles to-day of some of the radical press. therel t PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 12.-The excitementabout island e the convention is increasing. The Continental Hotel and the Girard House, and the streets in in am that vicinity are completely blockaded by crowds. fisher d Angry discussions are said to have taken place. oncen Some persons have declared that the Vallandig- . TceOi i ham representatives shall not enter the conven- the lion. Fernando Wood vehemently insists on his tions admission in the convention. ineasi is Another report says it is more .than probable sion r e- that the numerous consultations have led to good Nat st results and tendltowards harmony. doted 00 Vallandigham arrived to-day. re0 1s The two Louisiana delegations, headed by Cuth- poets d beret Bullitt and W. H. C. King respectively, have were is arranged all their differences and will act in lain's le concert. o in WASomoroN, Aug. 12.-The Herald's special oc or from this city asserts that General Howard, the Pu o. freedmen's bureau commissioaerwill resign orbe mord Ire removed in consequence of the developments dres made by Generals Stendman, and Fallerton ed a, in their investigation, and that General did it, Tilaon will be his successor. The statements prop needs corroboration. hn ry It is said the property of ex-GovernorWise of sobs ris Virginia, has been ordered be restored to him. rs ow WAsmH.onoT, August 12- Advices received ton here through the Mexican legation, state that t050 ed Juarez was organizing a farce at Chinahus, to stras on. capture the city of Durango. Caravajal, with fifteen hundred men, was to at- Pa i. tempt to take Tampico. vosts jur The French troops of that city have removed Dip of the Mexican general, Lamsdrea, suspecting his Fre p fidelity. Wort e- Escobedo, with four thousand men, has gone to T L. Monterey and expects to oreepy it. at ing New YORK, August 12.-era Cru adrviCes re- T port a number of arrests of alleged conspirators, to G en- who, it is saild, intended killing or capturing the knoa on French officers in that city. that am- The French steamer Adonis had been sent to Cars he the Rio Grande to blockade Matamoros. There was no yellow fever in Vera Crea. Jo LIVE-POOL, August 10.-Cotton-The sales of Hot .wa cotton for the week amounted to 2,D000hbales. ser in- Prices have declined id. 1" lb. an the week. Mid- the lks, dling uplands are quoted at 131d. To-day'ssales ine were 8500 bales. - off m- LOaDON, August 10.--Console closed at 87O for oas in mloney. United States 5-20's closed to-day at e68. pilr LONDON, Aug.10.--The session of Parliament 'on has closed. and The Queen's speech, on the oeeasion of the dis- otl lls, solution, returns thanks to the government of the ase no United States for the action taken by it in the Mr. matter of the late Fenian raid into Canada. The bar speech expresses the Queen's gratlification at the yet mter success of the Atlantic cable. onta- The remainder of the address from the throne Rol feet relates to home questions. Bing Napoleon has asked from Prussia as extension Ind of the frontier of France. ars AsPY BAY, N. S., August 12--G:30 p. .--The inst. cable across the Gulf of St. Lawrence was again sto arge picked up at 9 o'clock this morning, the weather set the being fine. A speech was made by Mr. Charlton chi and the steamer headed for the shore. The l cable will be landed at 8 o'clock this evening del tant when communication via the Atlantic cable will gr etter be almost instantaneous between the United ' States and Europe. b SavanNAsh, Ga., August 12.-The British ship a d as Limpid, front Mobile to Savannah, was lost c tl st as Worsaw bar on Saturday. Her captain and cr ew were saved. She was owned by J. S. De W f,lf & Co., of Liverpool, and is partially insured. 1 Cates CssnarssToN, S. C., August 1.--Thee ollector has seized the British bark B. F. Shaw, Cr ran, mas ter, from Havana, for smuggling. H'or captain says refusing to give bond was committed to jail. alera LOUtisvLLE, Ky., August 12.--A private dis patch from General Rousseau, at 'Washina'on, in street response to an inquiry as to his w iahes ivt regard to the Congressional election, strtes that. if he c-A be returned without a secr.amble b' would be bout so grantiied. The Louisville Courier strongly urges the pro priety and justice of his re-electic,n r op had A man named Pullum, front Ohio, was arrested y esterday and some $1100 of bogus tractional -crro,,cy was iound, which had been secreted by ItiAP.rar-T'no, PA., Aug. 12.-The special die patch to the New York Herald stating that Gov. Garvin ha. secretly called for 2000 militia is fale. There is authority for saying it is not true, and the idea was never entertained by the governor. Now YORK, August 12.-Arrived, steamers Bas Salvador and lien. sBarnes, from Savannah, Ga., f.n. Cromwell, from New Orleans, and Monterey, from Naw Orleans. The deasm fo, the week amount to about eight hundred. There were three casen tihom cholera yenterd.a Nathaniel C. Bhabw ano insurance broker, wee cued for a dirroce,-;' his' wife and he and bio paramour, Clara B. Wallate, were arrested and committed for want of bil. Bishop issixty-two yearn old,and has one hanfred th.sanm d dollast yearly income. • BoTroN, Aug. 12.-Arrived, tbamner T. D. Wagner from Charleston. NEO YouR, Aug. 12.-Arrived, steaan~ RalrAge from New Orleans and Maneks, from Chb ton, VICKSBuar , August 12.--Passed up, utts at 4 A. .., and down, W. R. Arthur at 7 P. x. PIver failing. [Froem YUterdar's apers-l LoNxoN, Aug. 0.The Austrian-Italian truca has been extended ten days. The peace negotiations will take place at Praaue. Count Bachil and Gen. Lonfle are the Italian plenipotentiartns. The ship Fair Light, from Hong Kong May 28, was lost in the China Bea. The oficera of British e.stoms, at Liverpool, have seized six blockade runners in behalf of the United States government. The Mexican Empress t .rlott arrited yesterday at Saint Nazaire. The Preneefmpreno wasato meet her. Bito R.e, Prussia, Aug. 8.--he deputien han f voted that the order of the Black Eagle be corp ferred upon Gen. Yon Roon and Gen. Bear lolhke. Yesterday, in the upper houe of tie e legislature, a letter was received from the Com of Westphalia, declaring his oath of allegiune e with the King of Prussia, and his dnty as a fden ,1 prince no longer binding, since his majety ha d withdrawn from the German confederation.. The municipal anthorities of Berlin have pr sented an address to the Crown Prince of Prune a, sympathizing with him in his affliction, carused 1 ,y thle death of his infant son, and eulogizing! at warlike and military achievements in behalf of Pruacla, in terms personal to the prince. The CrownPrince in returning bis thanks an nouaced the joyous prospect of peace abou" to be soon realized, which would fulfill the j nt hopes of Pruesla andl tlh nation. Ge n. Martenfel has gone to St.Petersburg' ona r pecial mission. Prussia and Rusla are con ilt ing on matters affecting the tainteresta noa bth. itLoLO.Ecz, Aug. 8.-A great tomprevaile Ion the Adriatic yesterday. The Italian fleet wa much damaged. The iron ram Alqndston wae sunk in the port of Avenona. The craw wau a oved. WILMINGOn, DaL., Aug. 11.The Bepubl ieans have nominated James Riddle for governor and John L. MKirn for ongress,. WAHuNGTON, Aug. 11.-The secretary e f war ha appointed Generala Hunter and Canby , and Judge AdvocateoGeheal Holt, a eomusi ion to examine into and daecida npeoa'ts pdmtie ity of 't al claims made upon, the war dnpatn 'y The decisions of t ecnb.titno ill be . ,. The ases already deeided upon by the de .artmeno will be entertained. - By direction of the President, the ecr of war has issuaed an order for the idvesatg dne of the alleged otirages of the colored soldle s onthe citizens of Helena, Ark.,safdltohavrlee , red t week. New You, Aug. 1.-A dispate im Aspye Bay staten the cable across the Gat bf am reace from Aspy Bay to Port' ar Btin t. Law derruto tothe depth 'of teventy-fve.t e, waen n a it was found imbedded in themd -dt .hums, that splendid state of preservation. It w was in a have been broken m two places. y fi esfn toe SIt was spliced at a distance ofthtt fib nB eearelo , shore, bat night coming ll very dmrk, fromn earntr a high I. gale, caccomptoaiedi by rain aoutd a l ,s ley a. they ere ogeto t ecable unde Cape orthe where it was safely oe byed inthert.orth water. Mr. Mackey states he wa' fathoms of Sday ito lnd'the end of the cable. await t fine and there is no doubt that New r k i soont well in satisfactnry tel.sgapkie commur anioation wirh London, n Now Yaon, A gg,ll-.-The cheer e. six deaths to-day. Yaterday it a a report shows a- decrease that Was observed the dsag Lowed the same were ten deaths from previously 'before. There and nine new cases. Only three on reported cases. eO to-day.. In Brooklyn there wans net rareported there teing eleven cases andfem also a decrease, at istmld the condition w,.more fa, 'deatha. On the The Ierald's Ottawa specal corable. t ill and tincial scheme both I mys the tariff Sin a modified fort . taa diauCa aned Parliament Ia. fshery question, the alttorney mg the American e. concession reeenoty made to A general said the necessary to precaut war with nerIcan fitery was g- Mr. Brown said he would prre the Unlthd States. the concession. Mr. Doertan er war to making uis tions erected for the seomiet sid the forttfiea invasion from the United Stat -y of Canada against their esection nothing but f es tere nuseless, and ate nion was an excited and dic o0ly. The entire sea ad Now You, Aug. tl.-T .rderly one. dated London, the 8th, &a he Herald's special, prevailed lte evening at a ys: Great excitement bblow p the two Hiomese supposed attempt to t- packages of guapowder, v of Paarsenment. Ten ece ere tound at the entraun. nth fusee partly karat, in lain's office in the House f 'to the lord chamber of Parliament have vision tf Lords. The members Ona thousand.andfifty- so another GoyFawkea ;aoccurred in London last three dethat frsm cholera the pILADELor IA, PA., week. 'e murder wanoommittedi t' ust 11.-An atroeioua dressed man visited al' a tiscity to-dsy. A well nts auto on lce nreet with a young lady. and after ton ge 'departedo uying t stoaaling about on hoar, teal did not wish her ths he ady wasn sleen, and he enta prorietor of the ha bd. An hoar lter, the found the gIrt witht au-e viitad the room, ana her body, with a at ehe head nearly severed from of ..u.eqently, throat at tghely tied uround her. trunk, the murderer ,u a pictre fond to thelrr s Sio an asertined toi be n ew: tat waas rrer ex'aeslstant engineer of the nMary Harney ( Ited. The woenman'a name was -to trangle her _waepien bha attempted to weeks_ pesvioas. Passengersp- asehipMaptgordaom - veston August 11' tro VBeaGickadfB - he, via Brwd lok'.aay tw~eo, chlr~en 5Ile k vtasm Mer tiluean Ebanak lady and Franklin Patin.,. Ban ll0 hi. - mrreoe, ei. nel mnr Thesteams, la o, n t, fom Le dton, Sn usde The tami Ariadne from New York arrived at Goalveston A' aget llt. The Cardina id eis has gone onemluilon to Germasy mt with, ib at object i not generally known. H,, dmplyrear arked, on Imleg Rome, that he about d trayelln thCardinal ol trave company with hin friend, Cardinal 4. len. . . . John C. .reokewhi e astopping at theQoueen's Hotel, in T oronto. I e denies having offered his services to the Cadl govenmet in resisting the Fenia a. 0 FmnsN ow Corve n Fithae'so e ors 0. I TNe YMAinr--Two bales o.ette rf theJ.-.t 's crop, says the Baton Ronuge Gazette.( a thetl n pecet New Qrle inst., were ehipped from this T ahurd. l nst n . rs per steamer Lafourehe On tnnoMr.(IlberDt e or these halee was pu.odnced andwas ohi ~ed gre's plantaoon, in tta parinhe - other came by Heasrs.lt Archer & Gari ng; the 00 te ir Eaeterloga, about twenty Dr. Nahe ~sae is he interior, and was shipped by Uniens 'an a' hales are alt .e very greatly dnceioed~tkoe.e two bales are the tl lyretver Itye oma" tie.ofa ita new yet mad,. irst of the new crop which ae as f , e r aippearance in commercil circles. IRouge. may safely hunarah for, East Baton ndian.,. 'i Onodntes AND TOATs.TO.-- A band of armed ii corsseo mO UnitedStatee uniferms, and ad a th carbines, sabebs and revolcers, lately .od raid on the aetdlemsota on one, of the tribeher , . n h Sstole e) en or the Repnblian river in Kansa sand r settler I the provislona, clothes and stocks of the Schild, 11ey also crred otf a woman and her -ltef, and after h orribly otaging tihe former t.0 her insensible, in whick condition she was g d.the ext day. The Indiansstid thewere II g erminel to retain possesdsion of their .nrting od ndeo at all hazards, and gave- the settlhrs no ,ce to leave at oele. They also said that several bonds of Indiana were organized fot the .arpose p of driv-ig off th.e border settlers. ' Grat excitaement exis on the frontier, and r . Fos have heen sent to protect the inhabitants. .w It , not stated whether any of the settlers were b kil'.ed, but it ispresomed not, as the perpose of th.e Indiana seemed only to he to drive the people tor r.way, andi to effeot this they astole everything they could lay their hands on. 0i.u A PNtw Issul oe "CoonIntjvTa PAPRo.'"-. The United States treasnury department is iossuing dis- sett of fractional currency of all denominationa I ever issued. They are old to applicants as curl n, in ostiea, and may be purchased for flee dollars and yard seventyfive conta,with sets of half notes, or those c.u having the face and back separate, wilt be sold he for tour dollars. The lattervariety will be printed on Confederate bank note paper bearing te let tere C. S. A. in water mark, which was mnfoac- " pro- tured in London for the treasury department of the late Confederate States, anld was found on ,ted bardl a hlockasle-runner captured by one of the uivoebelucl.up.,nsg oh blockade s(iptadron, nala [Risovhmend l.lstecr.