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-ur 3111 'tl STI E \ 1 lFO ISTANA. 1l71IIA1 MOtItNIM:f, h11eF2:ti't, lEMte; Address of the Phtiiatih Iphlia Convention. T·· I!,a i'cýýi.: n ,f lcr l'e ·i·ra ,·f ·.: h i islet 'th 1 ½IIII1 0tei lo tl , h - '' tll -;ill 't ple hi :~ ·i I: · ··.;ill ", .i!-!i.t. 1 . , aii 'Il terrlll o-ll ne~ of tho Iriiul oli, to ("o ilil.· Il i, It ll itCe oldi tI.L a nd thi i v:. \\ i-.,l .."". < I"l.iit o .ti . , l til , w - to u lietr this ··~ ll il·. · ii· o i t n' n .I1I ill '`"r'r . and of the 11l,~t:."l pllh II rIroe It, 'u'' i o l. ;tu* o I m ''ln vlith In ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h the u'e ~ I'V, i- ). e 1 ' the'It t'e iItli:e~l t t'Clul i' \\·!l '-: Mell lt .; ý oil )I1 into ·i: %t1',tnl, till. ,t: '. .ll tiLt: .I(II l 0"1' 10YCI'illl eitt il' til l ii -1 . 1 ', lb :.. 'i. 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It ttiC l h h, ti'--eral .tate- a ':ed bm lsitt plttt ,tt li'' ita i't-'-, I-turt e future Wine rathle u on a uIOm y i tn , it r"-I. allt ambition te itdted tathe au. ad be itle-ie pal l yiretsulf thero iarticular.ni' anth ,,-tr , hie d Ietio t the i tnal n ti baestanl, , d y!n tit,1rrt .ontr nfversy, n t i de eand ,y tile hi;t-,tC te e all ithth-a -, 'aiI, the a fhe e dnlet -i l d i ltlet ,l tu- 't h" ,oit ten-ti, t e o tit t nt onted Slat-. Icel t i at the tenltereity ire in, s n e th eiy nl te i, nt1, f te iu l I t lneees- t -ary cftonse.uen e the d ithd States gtan srth tainally and fore .r to t, ,..-ne utof ,la over y t n the th it ord it'ny ii itei tretelion sofeti thlog .nt e al J-. h t h - -, --l,' plt, b y ,ame directly iivolvedr' itb the o- tn-a, te , etrverav upn tfee tewar el tnde't'eln'lv ltae ito eahtelteotin hsy ge bolt oa eti eti al inl ly ie o l, t ly e by the- ine reot itgt In the third ltcct oe tie t Ut t t itt Suth, utes it t-a ftr ietf antlit I- re:! , h c ontr. ay the tear and i o ihet. The teby w it vt t: it 1,til"d shold b c - iI urately dter'tori'itld Tde tt r,. was ctrriend oile Nh wtite goinni'et' of tte ati il t mantnie the a. thorleiy of te hntid ilonl det'o IrservOf it integrity of the Union; and cuni re s more tlye n ai ttonce reiterated cthi c tltrnh d'larftion,lt'tt the iStates olttah it -etl, teir teol lrigtea and The byfat oe a d teantx ecr'lic'iti'ltntve been asserted i on behalof tof ton'e d rtle t f t he general gov that eunment. It gvr'la be'lln pro laitd bCongrats ss a t thata in ndditioa to th powers cote erred upon itt a by nethde Cos itution, tit'ie lt fetel oernment ray warll the ritrght of cqltlt ltan ot coadscation, eo wthe right to lbrogate , ll, te'otisution ovfernts, t pon stitut ions atnd law, ad l to bjecf te tpowerritory I wtorsesii or thecivil r thotity wh!eh it did not prt rigtfconquered and its inhi c lota s.to such laws, regu by ftion and depesy rit va[a ti tila, y the iv depart tion of the Constitodti a whit pr ides that ownoer and that halluthoritt is cnset bellon deprivedsought of it overthrow, and the v itu an of the federal armseri equwa iply thl ae in t a of that attem Ut.d States, gov ernment of athe Unitnulled, ant tee thStates havoute re war on ther in ote b soug the yto hofederal Congress. liow of what was atreato y its own. Neither the Ct warndor the viCongress y which itonly a part of the Statesd in and ofway the Const itution aof the Unitrepre States. The war was carried on by virthe of the t provsented iohas and usser the limitationhus whito exclde they t from represon, and the reult of the war did not eithere in enlrge, abridgei or in any way i hadgo or afbt ect i maingthe powers it conwerupon thlaes oederal government, or relears until they shallgovernment comly the reth rictiondi which it has imposed . aaitn b a t eatct ta e t olega t ee a sraeercma, but it The Cobeen oxertised, and is paticatey enforced at the prely as ient wastime. Nbor does itwar, the "anysupportin thelaw of theory thatnd. anythige tins the Constitution orein laws orebellif aon againf any State e contrary notwith and are tre jng," and to-day, also, precisely as before the A foreprerluded tliim sofring its authority Thec are notal the ipowers not onere bhey thare one and allin tution uponattitude geneof loal tow gvernment, nor pro anibited byof swoitllece to the "renstitved ution of the sential nature of our government, and the gan gunge and spirit of the Constitution, but by all t the act, and the language of odur government, inm all its departmentf, adt all tmtesifrom the out.he bweak of the rebilliog to itftiotal overthrow. Inai every message and proclamatlon of the execu-atc tivett was explieitly detlared that the tole or-to ject and pdrpose of the ae was to mantain theA authority of the CottatnwtiPit prd to preserv thea integrity of thne Union; and C ongress nmre thac onee reiterated this fetente declaration, and r addod thc assurance that whaf neverothis obje-t should be attained. the war t hould cease, and all c the States shoogd retain thnir eftnal rights and tt dighity unimpaired. It is eoly fiuce the wart was closed that other rights have been asserted ogt behalf of oae deltrtet of the general gov- it eroamont. It has beee nrodned iocieaby Congress t that, in addition to tNa powers codaerred upon it,n by the torytht the federal government mar f now claim over the Staies, the territory and thea people involved ia the iafirrection, the rights of i the right to abrogate twlt existing gevernments, equal suffrage ifaiae eo the UnttedStates," &dad Of ewoara allegiance to the Consti'.utiou of fthe S£ .L . L .AILY CijESCEN ,T TH1 CRliESCJNT IS .PULKHED DI)LY RIuDda~y Eepte) AND WDEALY, BY J. O..NIXON. No. 94 OA STRET. TRML-DAILY, ¢1i LY VOLUME XVI. FRIDAZY MORNING, AUGUST 24, 1866. NUMBE y9 or 'te ,-lighlost praote-t ,",:'iu'tl: i u-t' I bird- II in ' '0l;i l. l l',n. Thi I' l" ''', llo ,JrtiI II r ,.' ,l ' ai0 . , ]I oo ll d b 1 in (,l IC ll i\..:llll' I ' I I' ' J, I 0 - tihe I:u l e, i0. , ] , been o(.-t wot d icy ('Ii, i.,!,irI taxes inl,-o ,l aalI ](Bi du.il in evry t -e-!I cl ý. :I ex, , tpt they are d. .. .. t ,.. , ala ......L' l- . gr lt and tho I(,etord ho lic,. '. 'l St:ltes once M i .l rein, ]i. III n'';"r ii:vg i,: al.,as h" tll ý th - sans ",:, b .- o , , t1 4a. it ,vll lll 1 1 the - o Il;- 0 '' , II'l, i ,i ' f , the ,.into duties mn i: ] ti It-~ of uni monl Union. ,. . Sli l' ol- t o I,'il U t i 1 t^l:r -o r o f , tile ,: ill l - I a ed n tlot- o1'.llo, 'd I ' vllo h "te i'lt I,, rag II lil ,., i u ject, th tol. t ct ... ..t 1-'o .i.y 1,' i',,, m , .i . '" Il 'l fatal aill ov r l'R0, '' the ll l, lt lil' o, t tit c (:on.... tit, .d ......... ,r a. .. .. et.. rti:: sou/ht to It, elfected by the Sth n..s people a in rol, ut escape or rlatioo thlatr te h e r thus at a-.. rted to. er.. dece' ais atlo.l. , ..it.. r tll iW ' ist o lght. o ade to rest wholly i ti will li of tlgi.'lativre 1111 it' it xclicIoa u' 001,1' l I'll it is no t made to depend raylnl anpOn a Coly ):lned go- er diious or Si fronta at cs, o,,r to t e sgoivermt 20 hi,,l" 01.11 ne tIeall n, o nll , tlhlt 0 1r i r1 ed, The 1ole tany rules or regulations hiateve. 'onli right tl n iat as- ered l sa exerclised it at sohlute, witl(,e t I mnt. if allestrtou or ores ictioe, not enlll . dr o Sate- 1llI to. l i in rebellion, nor to Status thaet. Lae I hubel d : ita I i thile lght of any Co i i lln,'s i lhe t:lhll --l ,t ill 1. tf legi'ati- e 1 n10 how ity to exre l 0 lld 1ict' .u lt or 1 ril t aoll tite frlntl reprll sentation ill (':t l e s i ana l lli il he ,lectoral coltlge, at it, own 0 1 cl.on 1 I' hIeo ny ulni l they shall pterom such act, andry i ,ste ell1 to it nrthe d!icrndtiu' of nion11';.. tnl ilu e y' lch e a.n the p.i }iq Col'On 'l'e f i alf c}1l allll :. (11 (11t1." .1 tLta gr exc'hlde a ultalr l |ltr i. on all share in tell the go v;l, I eui i l: - f ir one t i r(e, an ,t a r \ltud1 the !,I, i$ tateiv may bie tlry ti olln ole ho lllt l-d01 "', roilantl anl' another mnay he excluded on the, 0ll ,;.ite ' :d Ifth.ul t-mI lol" rrow.e o lt av cl;,ll o le, ln it e ll ,ti ihlu jy t "oatlhc an States froom Co n ie---t] in . xlncic ctn lih of Woeter- n l o l Iut 01 int 1 0 -, or o1 bttlle o tll , l c'lImlbi'ned Iuay'-,1(3'!all till' N110 i) 'I'U 0 r th0 e1 I rea rnie l tat ,5 r li tth,,y nta t. Ind1,l ir tbl to, s ie1 1-1b t lur p tio .lray 01ri-l ,o t le ist tln llt- e l of ot ',t l-. ll end tl a by Io , 10 11 Still. i ite lharacter dllild t 'he veryi ex-l tece'll If poi't CI tgreF , ao d hc U i onrI ' tII, nthu Ilt I'l .ndeatt 'I it I lg- loll O'll t]eo a - 0l' el 0 o 0 le l 0 t ll0 lrt1 n t1 a S lntyl: hden t elys a ti:ie , -l e h l I y a t c t'-e 1'4rl - t ualio 10 or 1o ndition of the Iin. Itt d to t ia wao! eI tevey epr eln l u . p- o. t got J ill utt'C " t, i and11 t h e, vo e toe athtort ofJ Ike " di .'ti ctions l il 1 . I1l:in' ed. L' 0 r,, ro1 . ti. p a( cti I wll ll all oll . hien), I tn- 1. by a n11 me1 nd' Iattemto h tituto0 1 t o l tb lid e hn1, t 0rhf aor 0,1 aur 1ll lotate ilt x rlue ; trtWrl - l t li-;I n d 'ta'liL nr le relia lly t do ptr ;,i.. i , M . ilyl d t].- I wh, ,0 e',e n ltaltOi , ao t oletu 10i th dilo t nt, .c'll. 1 1'l1 nl!h, toteis l I-'l ' l, i l'1 ,'.- 1,'51- tl1l'l'e -ll , n1 1 tl o ngIi rI t t ien.. o thei om l prlol , lto tthe dTlo o ,lf!eto l - I I . \ .v nlt is awroidht eo . Al ll i tt l e th' 1 c - t til 'u n o I l i1 ' CogLr t:ll de-i, prei;e tll l m mtheint' thues; -,' IJI r. t (t LI p n thie alt o ult o f tion two store 10 l'' S -to h , lti L' t at 'l to 0 o r tithlrirh sn. b l seI r t . i.,'- wil nI tl th 0 cirotn it d ole t Staty Iw . Ot i th e th, fltU 1cuion . . l is tr p -lltO th1r1l ws0 ntich iotlls iItltirul ', Iotmld Il i .etori l d ott n i tho florlolIIa t he ir ,t ofin rpr e oll of ey goot. onil that l t hey e yita to atiio l tol m t t Ile- a u uti.tIot 10 terie athiioti ati th e .~ ctiu i o s0 0 1 onto I hlot o 11 y tovogt andl Ilyjlo u th t' 'll ul ']s lth ong itof h onrescl t1yo 1 o'wersr and l n ut u no ned c hattion err u n t he pr eovn t ere so rey ft.' o1- "l i stitution f: ;no wr ranto ,theur ar V gum t aI or e r ha thId ri ntatonht, r nitd onl t illlm elxn t osly o i - sl 3 the to i thvote existence of th e governent adll e1 mi) ie i l s o l cnIl; elt ndoam " rttl ant.it o itoste ntia ' hot rights cannot be forfeited,excep.t against indi- in ent , or whb i the Sn utatesr i rex ieda the grl .neril, t rprtlo tl ntaltneI 1 ny0 o vtonly lt eoni. , mi tw ril .t rdeans a hu- t ie et oyat dlitoni-e o Iibforia t-' odn the I igovernment was among their actsl of tOurre- w Andi1 tcoclofsmuor olwoe liontes o or uto0i 01letd to e Stcres. t No thir hoh iau the aliit of ter Il Con"efeat the prese: t a oment thu heu n j cteis ad by ".iv undatentalII la i w then esential I fo r eli tioopresentatio n i an.kethiine ts o he ouret. \o e a end o ais to ti re the t .lot n 1 1a10 ed lo the r cot , In t, e o lu ctu in t et a h y d .hao t he e tonbe nor t0 roaes ony or thee aut n roi ito tloe toi enttions o' InI o the aodstihuton o to l c ie w oih onr l te ath- 0e 000 Ix rolt oa r reho r 5 = utr sr' tiilo e 'ehlty rof e1 to er af0 0o01ealutlevdo o itits r wa n o eet, oto o a1e1 001 00the thairty-t Ibo r:tae wic h eot se0 te Utim n rniot- o th le tlo , of t d tie e 'oul d all .a r in thf t it tr hleo.t tow t-r migt o atnd tmen t omithe o alit Bath e niopct do ish t te r thto tai i ngoud o l o thiil, tho otlya0' oedhn tIay eteiogoed tI'ale t.eght hat lu r1 t allmoed to thr t o tile o xtion toc , ort got n oi trt ahllt of the at h ie tpoart o nof to ae onfit noa tllooultyi to do bnoo ft ict e a tot eaingdfeanodt to tv he aod - too til hI 'oty idovarna by d o of lawi nor can ooooita- Iu t Slitoat dosat the odh i artnt io dtear.eut or ex tid e usdos Trhed eoyotnlti bof tih tamoys ho forg aed = d tl.opnatdo by the aiotat, tonyim them, to d re do uit le in the l ion maybe e lade sy the h theatat toperform be ilc r torney. Te wthdarwly oitfawi thcir mombora foS the ni Sone t ware nr. f orf ogted ir nohte of riel'n oto- o ltion . atth- s eon y ofthe on o noedI o again a y te 0 ats to io n soonn e o the Constitutionred by d theo f t 1o in retlroeoar gtle it ho rt it ma yd it 1100 boot etose b eat- r yo n dt ol lbe e toisr tilgio n btoh po dithon 0s0e to which the o j e aentc of the ghot a ndot pnd 1 oh- to c1othbe fodfed hi wtod, e iept laict th nci Sthe Antaorgb of po ,ess to thwe ooocano astopoitd nuioeveo co nfrhad tlpoby he glenment o if tho Coo -e hjopt i de by 11100 fo idonnota low ther ohooia, 1d u tod a irsa. of rtpesae otaee i by the to ref blsa ot e n t ieor at lbme the 0011torlp withdrawa 1no their membero theo or froitCongress, ftooe ted ts ahir rightoestertegenta o 1ma tion- oge of npdut-it did ant onn ate nces oof thoeato ahptioo the governmenty wonre hod been al t lo, as conterreld ad hod Stnade vood tgos n st t hement the sentathei wis t o the Coastittiron, nod Ioty oe - at hoeytor tued mntena. d f ts tity Ind c Second. But it is asserted in suppo4 of the authority claimed by the congress now in posses sion of power, that it flows directly from the laws of war; that itis amongthe rights which victorious war always confers upon the conquerors. and which the conqueror may exercise or waive in his own discretion. To this we reply, that the laws in question relate solely, so far as the rights they confer are concerned, to wars waged betweeu alien and independent nations, and can have no place or force, in this regard, in a war waged by a government to suppress an insurrection of its ownpeople, upon its own soil, against its author ity. If we had carriedon 0 uccesful war against Sany foreign nation, we might thereby have ac qmuired possession and jurisdiction of their soil, Swith the right to enforce our laws upon their peo ple, and to impose upon them such laws and such t obligations as we might choose. But we had be t fore the war complete jurisdiction over the soil of a the Southern States-, limited only by our own Con a atitution. Our laws were tihe only national laws in force upon it. The government a1 Sthe United. States was the only government . through which those States ano their people t, had relations with foreign nations. and its flog to was ths only flag by which they were recog t i it , a lit C iaa l . r .a- a d wih, ii til I'". l, :i l .l: Co', ,tri tut ,i lii , , d , i, te. It ,i ll ic , . iht riliaaaai-''. iii jtaitii ct ia lip nta' t:ii t a oleta ute anain Jl, i i itil I a tilnu d l I , and riii , twb!! tl - ,, p ta y al o~~. ii i: Co ll itti e idftl, h ule r; 1,. w e~ n. o t aa 11r ixitillita to namtO, a-J tila" ti.h , h lu eI " , 1i; , i-1 itit e11,. ; "i ' 'h it h tha t i;iiotl i tie ., the acu d g rnmet"; fte it arr... , . :, l , r . r.rrm b v i,' i i i v i,..-: ii '- at i.-11, atI-i I1]j fi.[ lJ', l i' ,: ] - jllil ii , ! , odia i a Ctn. t itu! C..... ionn- it-- , ur e r, Sa,i a li b t i atll hrc -ro l - iy i ..- t., r , i' lxr i t il t Coa ru th t I- .p tl bsn y 0: ,it i- n tlr.l l i th iiie br !c t o ( :,,I tl i- i,,d l - :y Jt 1:1 blii- tar f ilia t t o i- t '-. o t. i t,:i i : 1- l tcqittatiu] Jit ti oe :,tu J d eOIi o i , i tiJ " ,It t\ h "]. h tiin, Ca ini-refI an 1 i th ~ 'l,,: ,'It i , ta e n id e of the oa itutch ion nd with the lljit of I oitt-iý o iat ai i rlaaitya'iti ala t Iitr iii tile ai itin. tat it naeiu e that in certain ir- cu- of patahti ta itiox ,,o till. l . aiha d i ta" i,, i - e it tloat l niaat itng r.l ma rese th alt of a o pro-ii i tihe alnad totn,. ol-to wtihut, however , e-ary. ci iiir ;! h the (Cormith t-s , al:,, fjt 1we . i. el i . o n o e , Ipael (- t.hop ed to . b. m t, i n t... n , lt h. " l og ,- i t r o wer'l h ev f illra tn' ha i ,l'] u-t w-i- i:a I ris0 t,, r , o Xif n p tnll thile pie te ex :nd lt of tihe a r1nl -,:ttse" , ii io l, the i-a ' a'ovtxe'.m n t of the trcl . .taht it Ilay illo- tl- oI n h:n a''n r :t;,o U -.k , ll h 11 1,te1 t whe ions ttion ,oltl cial i 1a l t, prov].io,' to i]rt- own i aol ' equlality Lnd t- i l_,-h f 1l1:n. Wingr,--, at itl se--ion, proli,-xi aCL le , : at: i I. tl l Co titu , n tu ln in. a we very 1: aiat prrtmti an ir- -il m1ut l I ! t. " and, a.; 1 cgvr, T Ilt iout ,rn that et th, seop e , - I, h a, I ll er Ii a by int iret I~a-rJian : t a Twl n e it oL p al-l . n owero f t he li i Str, t-ic the- n , a i l '.i' ' or t tl'ly xin tei s e ntiment -ian d lia-e., n t'...t it- r, it im honruit A, y b1e c iri st ti'or ,f,!y ;t!. . " by t tl, nt.i or aldbV I ae Ji f ho-e, y w r rt ,-.i Stat,, , I, a hr,.re foin rith o c ouncils. e r i h r .ytt-, o t h ,is (: 1dltThu t ow their readtno i-b on to l represelta-o t,,ti i Congrey s and io- the ,lectt al carill . ri pt ls the l nix du.-i tat ea riht t. , i ,, ; ia Oxiled tlttoe to a a ke"i aita iario .i in thea t: anlto n a h thley, upn n hax .l dpliht atlal, yn a '-atit t i iht. alut we it.to tal - oi tiall a liad itlad wil e a ut l no which i]aa, toatifrtil a atc ma I ci llt t- in conafor ity with that a lter an tin th ,,nit of that il ilt lUit , tat aith tat,,nca a, alit. a:t t I asd. Of oanr rae Ibliy,2axn i a-al taai- stt ,alnyta. right of Cinia i ti l n.,,,a a ,.t a-e-ta. ir lles in dax, taaay tiantnlta a ta oa t .i"ii'a a icut, I ce ' o: threa-lourcas of ail the Stta:-, i ,a',,ta ta es--a e ait y tat oala to be tOSt se;' I , .:1'"tl 1, thi-in : 2. r to impose thetai a a,,}i1 btnt; s it o le .ta t n t ,hdtiat , of r 1)n a-,aanIltil. olilt illaa ,i i toi t loa g under til e Contitution to :a:l te States alike. 'a with a- ill greater enipght. ,lo t v c acyi tlheai i ltoi tlie S'i i ,.s I roalm ann 1," ' la ia -I ai "tatnt ;, ni O eI " t' ll. _ . 3. That we have no right to th purpose' thI or' the abiity of tihe people of tihe Unin Its preo tcat and dei'end, uider all cultiigelucics td by fore whatever means may be required, its honor and exec its welfare. port Thee o awtld, in ounr ejudtmnt, he full and con- o ti Olusive answtrs to tli plea thus adat--ed for the thus exsclusion uof the Stat-s lratie Ut i,,1. But wce pow say further, that this pien rest t, uoa a copletel doul misapprehensionI or ran unjust lperverion ot exist- ten i~ tlatts. ae t i te to not hesitate to mitrm that there is no that section ol tht country wihtc ithe Cno:itltion tildn reps hiws o tisle Uitet states ftinl ,I !ore pronllpt andi elrt entire obedience than in those stlates and among it thitse people who were lately t1 trnls aainst erat themn; or where there is le s )urpose or danger the of arny futluse attempt to overthrow their auth or- ti iti. It would eems to ie both natural and in- t evitaile that, in States and s-ctionu so recently beg swept by the whirlwindtt t war, where all tihe piri ordinary modes and mthrodai of organized abs industry ihave been broiken up, and the boisns and her influenoces that guarantee social order itavne been tha destroyed-where thousands. and tenr of thou- by sands of turbulent spirits have been suddenly rest loosed from the discipline of war and throws tiot without resources or restraint upon a dinorgaPized ern and chaotic society, and twhere tle leen sense of cos defeat is added to the overthrow of ambition and a I hope, scenes of violence should defy for a time the oal Simperfect discipline of las, and excite anew the tres tears and forebodings of the patsiotic and well of I disposed. It is unquestionably true that local dis- ren tsurbances of this kind, anconpanicd by more orhe - less of violence, do still occur. But they are eon- Wr fined entirely to the cities and larger towns of the ves Southern States, where diftereut races and in- Ws terests are brought most closely in contact, and of where passions and resentments are always most ber y easily ed and fanned into outbreak : and even ari d there, they are quite asmuch the fruit of unrtimely oi .t and hm'tfs political agitation as of any hostility prt a on the part of the peole to the eauthority of the ss e national guvernaent. frt But the concurrent testimony of those best ac- wl Squanionted with the condition of society tno the of y state of public sentiment in the Sonuth-including tit u that of its representatives ill this Honvention--esa r- tablishes the fact ttat tile greart mass of tihe d Southern people accept, with as full and sincere mi . submissioo as do the people of tile sother States, Cs td there-established supremacy of the rationail au- re ts thority, and are prepared, in thie ost loyal spirit, At - sand with a zeal quickened alise. y their interest w Sand ltheir pride, to co-operate with other States ed a and setions in whatever may be necessary to lil i odefend the rights, maintain the honor and iprosmote i to the welfare of our cotamon country. Hldstry af- a hs fords no instance where ape ple, so powerftl in p , Inutbers, in resources sad isn pubite spirit, after S in a war so long in its duration, so de- T nsntrsetive in its progress, and so adverse ti Se in its issue, have accepted defeat and its con- e tsr sequences with so much of good faith as hasn en marshed the cotucnt of ithe people lately in insur- ti on reetion against the United States. Beyona allst red question, this has been largely due to tite wise the generosity with which their enforced surrender was accepted by the President of the United the States and tihe generalsi in imedinte command s siof their armies, and to the liberal measures whica h twa were afterwards taken to restore order, trtarnili.ty tns and law to the States where all bad for the ti.e tad been overthrown. No steps could have useen tis ibetter calculated to connatnd tile respect., win r sts ithe eontidence, revive tile patriotism and securea tsy lte permanent and affetionate allegianne. ss the eau people of the South to the Constittlion 'ani laws no of the Union than those whih hiave bee t so firmly by taken and so steadfastly pursuned by th e President its of the Uoited States. And if that c ,nsfidence and tor- loyalty have been since irmpaired; it tnidpeople of inst thi South are to-day less cordialin their allegiance e- tan trey were imrediately upo the sit, close of tire war, we be ee is is due teo- to the chaoged tone of the legistative ich department of tile general "overnme-t towards be- them" to the action by wbhch Congres has en S of deavored to supplant and defeat the President's sen- wise and benl.eient Poliey of restoration, to anal their exclusion from as: participation in our coma. am ores government ; t', tire wtihdrawal from them net lof rights conferrers and guaranteed by tie ('onnti uple tutioat, and to the evident purose osf Congrere, in fiig tb'r exercise of a usurped and unlawhi l autsorlty, :cog- 'o reduce them front the rankl of free a.,d equal , len , ,r of a reptbite of st 'at', with rights nt.rl uh . t i ( "l u ril p a ir e l t, t o t h c o n d iti, o n o .f C eo n n e r r , , y thiae antd neitc .,l the will of thi r o.-e o ,-l, . ;I rre r" ,nl, t,, ,,1,y ..,w" ia m at:::, v,-h i, i,- l a ,. not a dlot , tth ,r,. No" I,.olo har , ovegr v et i mtet whon, ofn-,,f": aind t d '. Grati .. Illlh t i~ o mc'.t e IIn l t:,':e .,,lt:lL , 'iti seene e of ta l tre e n e tll alltr , de n ra'e , the flatr e pIeri aonl toe m of thi e irepile. Illr l ýit' o , qc n pt wi: , ompl)'ni -ll' l tnk I theof tle l , and for tl t ;ndu1, th, lcilet t ih io-,anzd up comm tl t les,'I' ttlc t of lreR tict ( i et', f' e;ud l, ywhelt e- ta i to froeo m: a,:,' ~" Stt, i thich pros.ep, tite Sultrinte andl a ipophe Ilitels of insu're etf l, hut ill- l nt rw t ne v , u jl etigetr, to prot" e-t againi' the irn o- tie con r.-o Sald de,1radin eandition dr n al~e ; all tint ettite aan o the c rncs ion that the elrt nan itor, woarthy to shtlre inl n ! ,ev.ltuent of a freen o,,n o t weahlc e and ''civns =ti!l lieel ir a- c r,,o , ,f tee teettere pewer ned treedorne (if file eeel Ieor whatever re,4paoesibelhty tle South ert peetit taay have incurred a retieetmn the aa thorit lLf thte national gt tovernm atd Ieen ti akicg ip aleel for it, overthrow, they aey e held onr an-w d s idiiovl of uati belos, thheiruption oftribunals of the land, and for t d ,a ,rl,tle ale·to iocities an organized ommunnnitie they hon'e already paid lthe 'tet fearce l petellatie that e llt fal ell etotend ng States, in the lses, t tt e sta lerinoia and hnrit - he the ,;nilt or tihe p o ish rnn"t of te tieonscntott Jettice de''eaetl tie ioeces'icn teat tie great mteae e tehoe hllo ibecame invelee ed ie ite aeptsi-t tityi acted upon what they eeve t be their dlten ce defen-e on what they had been tooaht to telicce their -ig ets lll,4 r a e t :el-c t t, 1.h.-iKxl and nmral, whKlth they were lcwer o,-- te reni-. Nar can ie te amt: . to roetece 1e1', that errible lee e iohav e e len th bettave 1:,, its al~d the lot'- lf thin ar they have cia tee x- teeni\ly upn n-:i'otr ,e.eeein adupo neithe ee arte--that tihetyi ei-'e lateic' indeted with ar greater wetight with th-e' O''th ve'hnt the-' war he'",.n' ; that i tnet e d e ah o ratveetl t acid fhientes. ,,Y-tteee'l ao'd soeial tics, tie overthrow of govern k'atlS, of ealw d of order, the desruttit t of ertperty, and of farms and lelOdee and eo eans of mOlet l neet'Cte, in every- stape and formerehieah trneat eoait es ear assnnea the States ande people w tich engated in the war Ottcaiest the eovernnaent of tiee Unite-d State- , have et ll'red tea toid more than thoee who remained ie n allegiance to its Come stittttioe and laws. These eon-ideratlons may not, as they certahily do not, justify the action of the peeple of the in -crgeat States: but no jest or generons mild l AAwe r, fcel to therm very co.cidcralibe weight ill deter- Alcrn, ioi:ooc tile lille of conduet whlic thegovernllent i the aUnited Stat-s should purn-re towards tihem. residin They accept, if not with alaerit-, certainly plaintt without -nlhe resentmoent. the detclt and over- ding it tire. they have etsteinte. They acknowledge pTitie acd actlaie-ce in the results to thcemseves and i,ue ecuntry which that defeat involvee. boiled They no loner clnaim for any State the ilyfoe r°h'I to secede from the Union; they no longer aoning a-ert or any Stlate an allgOiance pa.rntotut to tlptis t] at whictl is due to the ecnerol g-'erneteent. T!-0y have ccpted the de strtneir o sre lavery, i 0d,,1,- t 1 it c lo tt e ir Sta t. Co:-titt tioens, and cot- lyt rrlel with tile States anci people oftih wt! l thing p'ir;ot ill proollebitino is es~tcOe forever on thelpu !I the il or wthin tile juncdicetinn oft tihe United ie They indioate and eiec- lc'theirp pnrpCoe iyo j.-i, n- t fait ar may be lo-stble ald sate to had be ',ippt tL r done r:ii lavs tt the othat le con- ith till oe f their society, tnd tc secr il, the law binc n:! its tribuial- equal and ielltartial justice to all classes of their inhatbitanto. They admit andl t!he invald ty of all acts of re<istan; e to ilte eIa i tonlit authority, and of all ebts itnclrred in at tempting its overthrow. They avow their willinig- Tw ne- to tlleare tile iurdenre and dioehatrgce all the duties and lobligations which rest upon them, in ri mllnlo witil other States and other sections of aima the Union; and they renew, throulgh their repre- they I sentatives in this convention, by alil their public cover conduoct in every lway ad iby the mlout sclenrn istl by wa-ich rtate antd socleties can plede The titheir tait,i their engagement to bear true faitl oaffiTe ud anllegiance, throcgn all time to come, to tile was Cnstenitutoi of the United States. ndot to all laws-gold thi'. may be made in pursuance thereof, c 'feltow-coutrvmetla : We call upon you, in full wre reliance upon your intelligence and your patriot- the py i,-t to accept, with generous antrl ngrodging I 1g. c,,niden-e, tlii full su'relder on .the iarcot i Th ithose lately i arlms e geailest your nuthrlrity and cto ashare with them thelic honor and recnown that gag-t cwait those who bring b-ck peace and concordc of Jo to jarring Stateos. The war just losed, with all and I its sorrows and disasters, has opened a new ca- rec-i, D reelar t glory to the natio it Iase saved It lhas swe-ot away tile hostilities of sentiment cad of acooc inteirest which were a standing menace to its Ac - peace. It has destroyedl thleinstitotion of !avery, 9 o'c Salwnays a cause of sectional agitation and strife, tacol 0 acd has opened for our country tlle way e to unity of interest, of priuciple and of actic an M ithrough all time to come. It has developed in Ha .he itoti ections a military eapacity--an alpittde ot peoli -tciachievements of war, Ioth by sea and land. bc- color fy fore unknown even to ourselves, and destined to d exercise hereafter, under united councils aln in- Loup portant inllueuce upon the chiaracter anll dc-tiny n- of thle continent and tlhe world. And while it llas cthus revealed, disOcpliied and cocmpa-ted oev Co ie powr, it has proved to uit bey -ccull eototcere or boi to doubti, y the course purslued towald bilht cuou t- teninig sections by foreign powers, that w\. ncto Joa be thle gnardinns of our own independence, and 1a01 o that the principles of a republican freedom we At re reser t can find ameg the nattios of the of A Searth no frienas or defenders but outoelres. p \We call upot you, therefore, by every cttnsid- Vele at erationl of tour otwn dignity and saLety, and in Ke er the name of liberty throughout the world, to com-e ec-pletc tie work c rf rcestoration and peace which the President of itle United States-as eso well At ly begcn, andl which tie policy adopted ancd the last lie p inciples asserted by the present Congress alone cnt ed obstruct. Tile tinme is close at hand e1llhe cem ud hers of a new Congress are to be elected. If serv enl that Congress shall perpetuate this poli-y, and. strec - by excluding loyal States and people Iron rep- for n ipesentation ic its halls, shall continue the usarpa-t tion by which the le gislative powners of the gov ;ed ernment are now exercised, coleumoa prudenee te compels as to anticipate augmented discontent, this ad a sullen withdrawal fron the duties and the he obligatians of the federal government, in he ternal dissensions and a general collision ell of sentiments and pretensions, which may lis- renew, in a still more fearful ehape, F or the civil war from which we have just emerged. an oa- We call upon you tointerpose yoarpower to pre- t the ventthe recurrence of so transcendent a calamity. an ina We call upon you in every congressional listric- for ned of every State, to secure the election of mem-t ost bers, who, whatever other differences may char- to aen octerize their political action, will unite in tecog- frot ely nizing the right of every State of the Unionto re- Co. lity presentation in Congress, and who will admit to iiat teseats in either branch every loyal representative from every State in allegiance to the govtrnment, pa ac- who may be found ibyeach House, in the exercise the of the powter conferred. nupon It by the Constitu lingI ion, to have been duly elected, returned and to e -es- qualified for a seat- therein. of the When this shall have been doneathe govern- the ere ment will have been restored to its integrity, the dr tes, Constitution of thoUnitled States will have been au- re-established in all its full supremacy, and the on irit, American Union will have again become what it rest was designel,to be by those who formed it, a sov- va atee ereign natiton,.compet ed of separate Stated, each Mc y to like itself, moving in a distinct and independent an note sphere, re.rciaing powersdelined and reserved by do at- a comnmeConstinttion, and resting upon the as olin sent, the confidence and c>o-peratiun of all the fo Ifter States and all the people subject to authority. $2 de- Thus etorganized and restored to their constitu erse tional relations, the State-. and the general goyr- i con- ernm.ent can enter, in a frateroal spirit, upon en has whc-icever reforms the security of personal right,s car- the enlargement of popular liberty and tine pert ne t all feotieo of our republican institutions may demand. in wise _ _ _ . oiled FLOe.,BUTTER, lORK AND BACO.--Our friends an tand Messrs. bEthell & Thomas, No. 105 Poydras street, d hirit have just receive another large lot of that cele ili.ty brated " Grey J-cket flour," about which all the t1 eeit housekeepers in town are in suoh raptures. It -, win certainly is a beautiful article, and bread or his- t rcure cults made of it cannot be surpassed for lightness f the and color. Messrs. E. & T. have also on hand laws large lots of other flours, flue pork and bacon,ca eident and delicious fresh Western butter, all of which t e and they will sell to the trade at thle lowest rates. I pie of. . athe BtILnt.os's CaaaLNATVrltE.-This very valuable due medicine, it must not be forgotten, has long been dative used in cases of cholera with great sucbees, and ,wards at the same time is one of the best things ever sentlen tried for a simple diarrhea. Therefore, it is a safe n n; to thing to have about the house at the present time, orm" and no person should be without a bottle. them -- Ponasti- Attention is called to generai order No. 2 from etotn headquarters department of the (jilf, puoblisad equal in the appropriate eolumn. Jocal -nteliigence. MIortnry Statllttles. Tlh" total of death" reported to the BDaid of I hoe ,!I as occurrin', up to 'G A. x. yestor.lay wa •;--whitesl . 3, blacks It, mnlrttres 3. The BJ d,:ath- from 'hokltra, wh, ll- are in.coded in this total were 27--1I whited and 11 Mdasih,. 'lhe ,:oths from cholera, during the seven days eni i::g yesterday was 1:, of which 104 were whites, d7 e blai, and f1 not classi;ed. This weon!' pie Pe at arveraeg, of about 27+ per diem on the total. It r.ll be observed, therefore, that there is no percelctieec i,:,:rease of the disea=e. Fire. At a few minutes before 11 o'clock last night a fire broke out in the rear of the colfee-hvure of Peter 3l1ctanus, No. 17 New Levee street, one of a row of three one-story buildings, at the corner Pr of Gravier. Tihe fire department was so promptly on the spot and at work that in a few mientes the lames were under control,hnd by half-past 11 all danger of the fire spreadmig had ceased. None of the buildings were entirely destroyed, but McMa nos'n house was gutted, and Ed.'s coffee-house adjoining anl the Iientnciy coffee-house, on the corner, were considerably damaged. The Diamond flohbery. A dispatch received by the chief of police yes- Th terday, from Jackson, Mice.. leads to the balief that the diamonds valued at F3501, so boldly and Th adroitly stolen from the estalishment of Mr. A. cot MIarchaned, on Common street, a few days ago, will bh recovered. The dispatch is aas follonws : i Jocaot. August 23, 16. fiet To Ctapt. Adam.. (Cief of lier : Do' oa know of any one losine a lot of diamonds ha recentily? If so what is the reward ? The chief of police telegraphed in reply, inform- mi ing MIr. Pesor of the larceny and that five hundred dollars reward would be given for the recovery of fig the jewels. Mr. Resor in response statoed that.he Ch believed he could secure the property, but gave no information indicating that the parties in pos session of the valuables were' under arrest. cr Chorie of Polensag. tot A warrant was issued yesterday. by Recorder Ahernm, for the arrest of a negro named Baptiste; do residing at No. 274 Delord street, upon the com- kii pllaint of Joseph Bannion, also colored, and resi- ne ding in the same premises, charging him twith Vi sprinkling pulverized bluestone over a quantity of in boiled beans cooked for complainant and his fam- n0 ily, four persons in all, with the intereion of poi soning them. As the case was stated by Baanion, stt Balptiste rents a room from him: yesterday mouan- CO ing lhe cooked beans for the breaklast of the fam- ac ily; a servant girl observed him pulrerizing some- pa thing taieh he sprinkled over the dish; she tasted the pulverized substance, and finding it very un pal*,ble she informed Baunion hinself of what had been done; he took the dihh to an apotheca ry, who-informed him that it was bluestone, and he immediately proceeded to the recorder'e office and lodged his complaint. pp Vandos IPems. Two mules branded U. S., were stolen from the Marine Hospital yesterday. A description of the animals was furnished the police, but, thus far, C they have been unable to detect the thieves or re cover the mules. The house of Mrs. Graham, No. 55 First street.. officer Sheehy of the Fourth District police says was cttered yesterday, aboutll o'clock, and a 'gold watch and chain, and breast pin and pistol were stolen from the premises. The valued of the property carried off is estimated, at about L' The military commission. it seems, is still en gag-td in an investigation of the riot on the 3Sth 5 of July. Judge Abell, of the First Listrict Court, aI nd Mr. Trepagnier, clerk of the soame triblxnal, received summons yesterday to attend the com- o mission and give their evidence. A negro named John Scissey was arrested about I 9 o'clock last evening, accused of assaulting t Jacob Baker with a revolver, with intent to kill, on Magnolia street, First District. , Harry Longa was arrested by the First-District I police yesterday moeting, at the instance of ar colored man-named William Weeks, who. accuses Longs of robbing him. ,y. la aRU r.t. SCornor Delery held inquests, on the following bodies yesterday : Joseph.Paislet, colored, 3 days old. At Nao. d 1903ior.les street. Verdict-prematrre birth. Ae Andonue bodyof Miss Coline Broussard, nativ ne of Attakapas, aged 23 y'.ars, on Gentilly Road: V- Verdict-Pleurisy. 0 seaeetu of toe- Joint Commolttee of rid h Common eonnell. -II Another meeting of these committees was held ae last evening. The subject of the delinquencies of e contractors, charged with work calculated toapre serve the health of the city, such as cleaniagthe .d. streets,etc.,oame up and a sub-committee on one. P for each district, viz - Messrs. IcCloskey, Prados White and tKItlghttwas appointed to rep.et ono e the subject at an adjourned meeting to be held at, this evening, The surveyor-was directed to have. id the workhorse andHeoue of Refuge lit vwith gar.. .n Ueeordna' Ssrts. FIRST D1IaseCT-The following cause were e-. amined by Recorder Ahern yesterday: Dennis Colman, accusab of assault a dboattery on theperson os ' David Corcoran, wa.e committed for trial before tile Firslt Ditrict Corlt.. John Collins was sent before the same tribunal to be tried on a ohage. of stealing a sack f coffee from the grocery store of Ressra. t . Thomr soni d Co., corner of Camp and Jolia streets, on thl.UlL inst. Joseph Laux, accused of tha. larceuy. o a Na pocket-book cootaiaing $6 20, the property of Mary Sullivan, wae discharged. The case of Madison Fox, colened, seured of stealing twenty-one dollars froul the groery store of Mrs. Mary Manning, No. 327ly J ryad street, on the 21st inst., was dismissed, tClproscoulWix with drawing the sharge. Thomas Barns, accsed of atsault an:d battery on Sarah Sergeant, colored, was dthrlehrged. i The following sentences to the woekhouse for vagrancy were passed: Jo5s Thomsroon and John h Murray sLx months, Ann Brown and' John Slater ,t ninety days, Ann Donnell ,and 1lem Maher sixty GI y days, Fines were imposed asafollow z Win. O'Keefe, for assaulting and th.eatening Jcrlia Meredith, $20 ; Sarah Doran, for seaulti.go ,en Smith, 10 ; E. Johnson, colored, frebeiog, dub'nal and disturlb ing the peace, $10 ; 'ward Ol¢oannell, for drunk oo enness, $2 50. , SECOND DISontc.rwMay ,. reolored female, was ri sent to the parish prison to oasrat an investigation d. into an aoeusatioa ofe larsay, made against her by another colorid dnmsel na.eed Mory. John Seroz wa. also ns lo the same inestittion to ensure his aswering to a charge of having it, drawn a revolver on Deate 'Gonzalez. e- The following partlies go.ve bail to came up to he the rack when wantodt It Thomas lannigan, ehbrged with larceny. 1 Balshaza-Perro, eha,.ged with assault and bat tery. SM'me Joseph, elarr~ed with larceny. 1 id Emile Souris, eolo..ed, charged with rcutting Ed ward James with a crazor. S The following o'fenders were allowed to elect oh between paying finea or going to the pariah prisons John Denaie, nolored, a case of drunk, $5 or five days. Paul Charles and Pierre Bonnavan. for fighting :en and kicling a'p a muss generally, $10 each or ten d dayvs. er JohnBenser, a case of drunk. $5 or five days. fe Pierre P',gnolet and Antoine Martin. for selling stlnking meat in Tr6m6 Market, $100 each or Vonl.aire Colonna. for the same offense, at the samr, place. was fined the same amount or same rom nu'fber of days. d Hannah King, for stealing $5 from a party and fghting a policeman, was sent to the workhouass for thirty days. TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. By the Cable--European Dates of Yesterday. Peace Terms Concluded on--..Prussia to Evacuate Bohemia. CHRISTIAN REVOLT AGAINST TURKS IN CANDIA. Prulla dAmexatlon-The te oII aanover Ofer to Abdsate ta Fav.r-.f MGNsa PRUSSIA WILL NOT GIVE ASSURANCE TO IIESPECT THE CONDITION. L:vEeroor, Aug. 23, Noon.--Cotton is firmer. The sales to-day are estimated at 12.00 hales. LoNsnox,Ang.93, Noon.-ConsolsoSV for money. t The Bank of England has reduced its rate of dis countto . cent. U. S.. 2-0'e, 70. Peace between Austria and Prussia was to he signed yesterday by the plenipotentiaries and rati flied within eight days. Peae hbas been concluded between Pusesia and Bavaria. One of the conditions of pence between Austria and Pruseia is that the latter &hall evacuate Bohe mia within a fortnight. C Telegrams from Athens, Greece, report that fighting has occurred in theI.tand of Candia, the Christians having revolted against the Turks.. The United States consulate was damaged. The bark Duncan was abandoned at sea. Her crew- was saved. The steamship Hansa has arrived at Shuthamp ton. BERuns. Aug. 22.-The city of Frankfort, the duchy of Nassau, the electorate of Hesse and the kingdom of Hanooer are to. be Immediately an nexed to Prnssia. The es-king of Hanover is in Viemna, willing to abdicate-it the act tis.aocepted in favor of his son by Prussia. Prussia will give no assurance to that effect. Ponr Hoon, N. S...August 23.-A very heavy storm has prevailed to the east all day. and still continues. The land wiresrwork very hard which accounts for the non reception of further Euro pean intelligence. Heavy l bbery in New York. PREPARATIONS FOR A GRAND REEP.TION OF THE PRESIDENT. Cholera in 3t. Louis, Memphis anskHleaewhnore Two Eadred ad ataty DatMb fa two a DOae. s aBt. Lous. I UNFA.tORABLER COTTON CHE'RBEPORTS !:Y NEW ORTRK, Aug. 23.-A rnk, c aining $500,000 of securities, deposited' iq the vault of i one of the city banks,.has been abstracted. The milith loss i shared partly by a house here and one in Augi Boston, . There is noclue to the pespetrators.of By the robbery. Oi Nnw Yoau, Aug. 23.--Mayor Hoffman, the i Chamber of Commerce, Tammany Call and other Democratic committees as well as merchants, are at th raking arrangements to gife President Johnson Unit a grand civil and military reception on Wednes- Volt her ST. Lo.Is, Aug. 23.-There were two hmuhred and and sixty cholet interments on Monday and Tuesday in the oity eemeteries. TI CINCDONATI, Aug. 23.-The cholera is abating. Bist There were only thirty-three deaths on Tuesday. ges M e. tsu , Aug. 23.--Rlfe S. Saunders has been witl appointed collector of ittesnal revenue, vice Dr. lionel Hough.; Marland L. Perkins U. S., district Ioe attorney, vice J. L. Wisiamnson, and Sam B. Jones Rio U. S. marshal, vice M. T, lyder,removed. tatl Melvin A. Perigree. clerk of the interiordepart I nment, secretary to the Indian commissioners, died f at the G'-oso House torday, of congestive cht. w Sis residence was Evanstone. ma Five cases from cholera are reported to-day, his e one of which proved fatal. n a Reports of the cotton crop fromthe surrouning latl n .onnsy are very unfavorable. cal RQEACRATS RECOMNIMEND CONSERVATIVE REPUB- e, kICANS TO OFFICE. adl a- on tin ,d Removal of Abuners of the President and Oppo. se nents of His Policty.t tl ---'+- fe ni 0 NO APPLICATION BY DEMOCRATS FOBR t of APPOINTMENTS. c of sre --- - on a th Peao. Proclamation Works a Reduction t try in Soldiers' Pay. for 15 ter Kty GEN, TILSON NOTIFIED THAT HE IS TO REPLACE ree, GEN. HOWARD, i 1ith, t t T nk- Provost Marshal General Bureau Abolished. h €as lon ' her ser ASNGTON, Aug. 23.--Representative Demo. tion crats from all the Northern States have called ung upon the President within the last five days and p to unanimously concur in the recommendation made by the New Hampshire delegation to the Philadel bat- phia Convention that the federal offices be bes towed on conversative Republicans only. The Democrats do not ask for office but request Mr. i Ed- Johnson to remove such officeholders as oppose slect the policy of the administration or abuse the Pre .rish sident personally, and it may be added that the Democrate are not applying for preference, and 5 or as yet none have been appointed. During the rebellion the pay of privates was tteu raised from $11 to $13 per month, and the cloth ing allowance from $2 50 to $6 per month, the is ye. crease to continue during the war. It is now inhg stated in military circles that in consequence of So the failure of Congress to provide for a eontinu t the ante of the enhanced pay in time of peace, one same effect of the President's peace proctamation will an be to reduce the pay of soldiers flom aul after hoas- the date thereof to $11 per month, and the cloth uig allowance to $3 50. The reduction also affects . . a r i, owance 1',r p.,y ik e rre spondingly dmioniys.d. A .?pcial dipatrl states thata di-patch was to day .Out to Gen. Tijson, commissionerof the freed mena' bureau of the State of Georgia, now tem . porarily sojourning at Saco, Maine, instructing him not to return routh as his services woold be required to relieve Gen. Howard as chief of the bureau. It is said the change will be made during the present month. An order was iacued from the war department yesterday aboli=hint the bnrean and office of ))voot marshal general of the Untied States to take Iect on the 25th. After that date all busi ness reang to the provost marshal's bureau or the raising f troops with all the accounts and elaimo conne.d therewith, will be transacted through the adia%.t generals of the army. FROMU tSO'TR J MERICA.. BRAZIL AND HER ALLIES VU&xIN. Lopez and hts Paraanar. as Casldd t oL Ulntimte Truumph. HOMEf MARKCET5 RIVEt N2ffEWgw Ete.. Ete.. Ee. New YOI c, Aug. 23.-Advices from the Para goayan andRiver Platte warto theo0thof July are received. There had been a general failure of the allied forces in their operations agsanist the Paraguayans. The stockof the allied army was dying off and Lopez, the commander of the Para guayan army, was confident in his efforts to deal a final blow to the war. VIcasKBnG, August 23.-Phssed down: MaryE. Forayth at10 a. a., and Luminary at 8 . x., and up, Clara Dolsen at 5 P. x. The river stationary. SorrnwasT PAss, Angnst 23.-Theahip Bavaria, hound out, is at anchor inside the bar. The steamship Concordia from Boston, arrived at the bar at r. x. The tide a te low for her to cross. A tug arrive& down witha ship, a bark and a, brig. She tookthe brig to sea. Nothing in sight. Weather fine. Wind S. S. W. Tide very low. QUAnAeaoTts, August 23,.-The schooner Joe Kelly, Nelson master, from Sagas nla Grande, Ar-gnst 9, arrived here with a cargoof molasses.,., 15.hhds. and 4.9 tierces, consigned.D'Mesa." She haeno passengers. LouitsavLL, August 23.-There were four new cases of cholera to-day, ands fIpr deaths frop previous cases. Sales 112 hhds. leaf tobacco aLfall rates. Flour superfine $7. Mixed corn it bulk 60c. New wheat $2 25. Oats 35c. Mees pork $33. Bacoe shaulders 17.c.; clear sides 21t. India bagging Oe. ; Kentucky 36c. Lard 215.. Whisky $2 26. ST. Loet, Aug. 23:--Eight cemeteries report. 112 deaths from cholera for the twenty-feor hours. ending at 10 o'clock last night. CCotuenarS,Aug. 23.-Flour un geged. Wheat - higher at $2.40@ 45. Corn very dull at56- ..; Oats 30@36e. Whisky steady. Provisiona steady and firm at full prices. Ies's pork $33. Bacon 176214c. Bulk meats 15@19c. Lasd 20i. Nzw YoA, Aug. 23, Evaning.-Ootton .alosedL.. tfimer, witihsales of 2000baled; middliangaplands 33@34c.; Orleans middling. 35i$30. SBothern... flouedull at$10@16. Wheat-prime,.rm; inferior dull. Pork lowef at $33. Lard heavy at 18e. Q21e. Sngar dull. Coffee quiet. Naval stores- tarpentine and rosin unnebnged. Freights lower f cotton to Liverpoot 3-164. Gold closed 1501. U. S..5.20'~ . oonposa, '828,. no10; 7.309s, 10V@106. HE..~aRATRRs DraRTHnnm/ OF ar TvE GTL, New Orlean, La.,Aag. 23, 18.6. Gemeral IOderto.. 2. I. General crder No. 60, dated headaiartem department of Loulsiana, New Orleans` Jdly 3 1866, is hereby revoked. II. General order No.. 126 doted, headtquarte a a military division of the GuLf,.New Ouleans, La August 4dth, 1866, will continue in force. By command of Major Gee. P. B. Szeoaraee. Off~iit L:B.A. A. t e NATmANIEL BnaBPse, lt LiBt., A. L.A . G. S The radical disuniontsts areeverythec tens leed at tthe grand uprising of thpeople in beats if of aUnion, restoration and eonatltuibonal lIb, erty. . Vainly are they breasting the nard te Tente brh. Patington triedto sweep away the .a from herdoor with a broom; but she was pow rrIes,. Sand the waves rolled on.-[Phllaselphia Atu ,e. The Nashville Union and American leea a that hkrs.. F. Polk,s the widow of the late Is meneu, Bishope Leonidas Polkiatends infllut.teO dev ota hersef to the cause of female edocau nu and no with this view has associated herself wi th ev. te Dr. Beckettas vice presldent of the C :olm nbia (Tenn.) Female Institute, one of the lest and ct most popular schools inthe SoIth. Here laun hter, es ss nusan Polk, will be connected with the inati. tution as teacher. A Woar HlurT 0 Pk0La--A few dal s r ago the workmeu engaged in excavatingat Tr yam hes, ont their arrival in the morning,fonditheb igh' watch man engaged in guarding one of the Pit a., whilst his dog ran round about, barking fir lon sly. On approaching the pit it was discovered, tit a large femalewolfwas hidden there. The wat, emanre. lated that during the nigt his attention .had been calledto this spot by the balking of hit dog, and that he then pereitved tbe wild leas. The w.tor men at once closed all the outlets of th e yard, end eommencedpelting the olf with atn n w.h.Wb"ioh rendered it furious, andit neceededl in ,pdalrn out of the pit and sowing light, but it was ',o driven into a corner, whnoreaIt wukill ed by a blow on the head from a elub. It was n ginowo how the animal arrived in the place *he ro it we a di coveresd.--.arls Oorreopondence. A Cetr Far. n Nor..am s.- Biehma, ad has, perhaps, more notare.s tof ts pope st/on r ban any city in America. Slate the tot. of At dIl. 1865, there hove been eoamoaldotnd by Gov.J .isonot' for the city of Richmond alone, one ha i and nineteen notaries public. The oe wt ich is paid to the secretuyor the conusoaeawt' a, we au - Eere p or the benefit of the Stas is µ 50 on eas commision, making 1535 50. it ntr a nto tO qualify In Richmond $3 .0; a ie clck of the hostings court takes in from this source the nmount of four hundred and sixtee dollars and lt'toentsyearly. Whatcityecan eatthit? Let Sus have the flgures.--Eiirhmd. l squirer. The editors of the Wheeling In telligencer were told the bllowing story, a ofew days ao, b a gentleman who had just arrir d from k '?s ere uurg : He had hardly got to a1e e# when Ihe w. awakened by a "bite." Upe jn lighting a match he found a bed-bug, about hal f m inch tin dim e tar. He threw the bog, wi th the matob. into a basin of water whieh stood a t the hehd of the bed. This process wos repeated t evral times. At last he was awskened from a ourn d slee.oby whathe 1. thought was some person sinoin. eei thrw uw his window, but could no5flt , e e1'sa ir sweet sounds; but, at last, ao bnppene, to lookt inthe basin, when be fon id thIat the bagshad constructed a raftout of the macl. he Bhad Sthrown in, and were towis kg it arourd the basin, d singing: "Aloe, . d f Lome on t' a , rectlo d &app,;"Ci An Albany laborer focnd t'e reenbacks. of to. 1100 denominations, e'wr d up in ioe sleevef a he second-hand coat whio'n he purchased from a Ir. fashionable tailor in 'Jmhatlam street, New York me city. re- - , HErony o0 ImeaS uCvs .-As the train wan re. he ceediog from Ricorond to Danville a few daya nd ago, the engineer disc' vered a negro man just ahead of him, wal'ing very deliberately along the a re track. He immdiate ly gave the nsa signal of th alarm but all , no ' purpose; endas the train wa proceedinog at rat, a too rapid to be checked, he i- ow course ran into he negro, end completely de y mohshed him. 8" ,ort] ater the occurrence, some tgentlemen were __. of gontlenue were speaking oaf t in the presence of Sold O nqu 0 - a-- nd 00 of them gave ieu hase, Sopinion that the e m ust have been deaf. ue- 'Deaf t" ser ad the ola, squire. "He wasno more will deaf than am. It was nothing but his d-d im fter podence. Hie wa trying to see whether the ongi th eer- o ldo't turn of and give him the tac.. ' Don 'g.el me ioything about the impudence of a. a.s iggr."-[Da'Aite Times and Advertiser.