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The Weea.WI·ed 'rll In a Htlmnlalnn TAND TNONE O TI~l I 5,111111ITIITTI WHTEN IT 18 USED. IT IN PUIIE AAD I PLEASRAT. O LBAD ES. FCTF LIKE: AT TTTN 1'SI'T; IUOTTON "I"~l nl "o :n 1 r+l -l:; rr + "v 7.l~-~l:?.1. rLI:·ltn .Qcn J U1' - L t NI'II I, IIU ttU I Ti TT:A-WITTT) 'f \'ITT ITeTIICETIN LASTrIsl 11 I4UL'1I4, TUORTTFIITTTT TNT. TI TltN II 1'T'T; TYIETAM ANDT DITi -TIE ITI IT . .I-.TAnT.AATT TAl TiT, TA TI IuTT111 TIIITT EUJITTI T.\ l. \Ut. I ýTET1'I I IT BEfll FITTI FTTIITTI I F1 ITIIT A SE. IT Is So 1, TJNIF1111tI1, IN 11S EFFECTS A WIne G athB Full to 11 III TJW-t +a IIITTI Meal, ANDT A ElITILE OF TOI'T A ElT TITFATE BIIEAKFAST TOXF, TO) TIlE, STOMACHT WHICH FETE BTEDBTITII PITNATATI OTE POWER TAn MANBOOTTIT TEENS nlnl TI, t.151 WIT, nrenlt tun, 1. uu IIe~ -iTIITI S1uv151 11 OTA-ITEE TOATE. Dr. Suamuel GlCl,..t'L IPreparattlon. DR. TATYF.L HILBERT, no n cl,.ratdi s ,havin had, b or the !et t, eo .u t ye) ar~, the .,M'rot o! CIHRONIC DI.'EASES, the moot lucrative Medical P'r,ute in ( ,t' omth haH at lat cues::ee d l t, Al: , w-,eral ,I I .., ,u l e t.emen d remedias to be prepared ,.nr ,x,:d ut ,propr y n," ['U'W. 'Fuis rr iutd have exper:.-. c-I r b lc,~ " < i.l .a r . r . i l I l.,'e . ha skil, and by the imr:, l I-lIt y o;I yimi,7 t, l l att utt ) to .achb of the writtn aIdicn . t, a ,e to hn ir o i-plrto by theos lnl-e Il,.arO y ic cnlll-ltl , Ir businee, h.,bl. preci do t. piO.dity of vapplyi'ng in per.tln to ir.i i The PTlhlle May ret at l r-d that the manumf:tr.rers spare neither paino Mtr ell n- e i lZ thef irepar:tton ,,I th,'.e rse ,[':lar. They are made of thbe very beTt mebll..-h , kni, u, I a TglyT conce trated form, upon str"l.tly 1 ci'nt hc p:,nei.. Dr. Samuel Glblert's General Alteratlive Jeta directly upon ti.e Mied, iand Mucol. Tiembralnei--tlimn iatmag them to addit, rnt: t:,, "r in t.,s, tura tanctiu s e L elimlluting b lrmt tihe I',r, ,io gx Falnud the usual Effete (and In d:l -o h, Mrb:hl, ' l'cl . ,: i clS:, T:h "I-. thrE.uEh the Skn, . l, r,, ha,, t tr. O..y Card Ir,, tAe Siystem. It IT, ti,,relire, .dtrel fur re rI ee l of t'hronle D;:senes af t 0, trhose ,rgjrl , u, l u: rtLe n,.u I.-t menua ne, ERUI' IONS, TETTER, LI'0nS, ,'IOFL. ULA, J JA.5 : , 1 , :E, CHBRO: It; I2TLAMA.Vf1 tZ lli,, I Tl .tPl) r.i AND UTERU'S, LTC. It is prert ai .r'o -e , in S. I L'PES LD M i.:";RA' " !'iS , M4EREDITARY TAI 'NT', YPUILIS Aol mimal::e ari-ig ilrn I- < ,.lU .e of CaB m, Blau Mo,. To-.r,4e b1hru.:e, owu ,'.t.i., Dtloouos jiSlu l,. n, ·:,l ,"h.:r f~r, - pr:i :., . · : 1 :: .1 d Arnouc. Dr. Samtluel Glll.ert' b Tater Ointment Li a n..llot ixcillt prepxr. t.ln or the c.:eIlfh bLt ca1s1 f DISEAoEiS iOF TIIE SKIN, End wbich pae popularly know a CHRONIC ERUPTIONS, TETTER, PIMPLES, BLISTERS, SCABRS, SCALD-HEAD, MILK-CRUST, RINGWORM, ETC., ETC. It will aiTo k:i ITCI I and uther 1 verlil hich prey npo.n th lob4,n. It , o ad i eti .l ., l ,l ,I.. tr.er.et, . Si, oa regaorted to,,he the s.kln. twal e thu,, k, BteRlncer and icm .lotar, le ta te4 byerPn r. Iai ht. IiI . ulL, ied p a. It haibeeu cued uy D r. I;IIBElt'I', , . .i . .,,t:l !.t .,tt , ryr ofhut, :or merayranarsi. It io red il ,l,L e in lt 111* e,, rmn ti. r on iivitS. ,,ll that it Iltlt o, h t t yl ., r l ',oat Tit 1 the hearty epprobatiouN ,f thllse wh, i o, ll lieTr o:,Ok it. plain audwar -tr,~s decriptlll f l t r.in.'ae ,t Ih uffretllt varietleaofblki DiiLouS:l nrtl i llt i.0:.lie iluggestlbut m regard to their cure, wil be runhd printed ual cii elrCL, ract',.m atyiug elcg h pack.,,. T I-,. ,le r-t ,ll sus- the fruit o most ample e:,erien'e arrutir, d Iy Ur. o.lllc l Gdbert de.rfit hlx extraordinary pr,lh, srlollid ctreer il the treatment of this clte of dT-e"-e in tire ltle, of MTel-ll-,'n eI Orlean- aul .Nw toirk: id will. it i. epTelted, eto, lel m-t unllprofeslci'nl per,,c, to treatl their ,)0 0a.,ea wth 1 , llc gre.l,ter .uiici tihL tat whichi uaually ailito the lot of ordinary ph'tociihan Dr. Larookah's Sar uparilla Compound, e . For the Speedy and Penranent Cure of Lover Complaint, Scrofn!a, or K(ng' Evil, Dyspepsls, Dropsy Neralgts, Epilep.y, Erysipelas. St. Anthony's Fire, Pimples, Pustules, Blotches, Boils,Tumors, Salt Iheum, Ulcers and Sores, Rhoumatt n. Pain in bthe Stomach, Sids and Bowels, General Debility, Uterine Ulceration. Syptphis -And MERCURIL DISEASE, ld all Complaints arising rrom or resulting B IMPURE BLOOD. It is dohble the strength of any other Sarsaparlla Compoud athemarket, and is indorsed by the Medical Fanltly as the BEST AD CHEAPEST BLOOD PURIFIER E TMT. Read the following commendation from Dr. Abbott, of Bos ton, widely known a5 one of the most successful procUtltonels m the country: Bosron, Des 4 18s, DR.. R. RKNIGHTS, MELROSE, MArSACHUSETTS- Dear 81S-I have used Dr. Larookah's Sarsaparilla Com o. pound in my practice furseverat years, and after a careful ob seoation of its effects, I do not hesitate to say that It is, in my opinion, the SUREST, SAFEST and CHEAPEST REMEDY for SCBOFULOUS and SYPHILITIC DISEASES that has ever been made available to the medical profession Frate.ually you0r, S. Y. ABBOTT, M. D. Price, S1 00 per Bottle. -Prepared by DR, E. R. KNIGHTS, CHEMIST, MELROSE, MASS. DR. LARBOOKAHi'S STt India Vegetable Pulmosle Srenp. Qree Congbs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Croup, Asthma. Ci torrh, Bronchitis, 'oain in the Side, Night Sweat, Hoarseness, to which Public Speakers and Singers are liable, Consumption n htn early stagee and all Diseases of the Throat and Lungs. Ibdrsedby the highest etedictl authority, clergymen of everydenomination, authors, edituvr, professors in our varleus ~alleps and by many ofouenot1. eminent pubue men. CoUtalintg no opitm, it is edot-ed to esvery age, and may be oed without fear of the dangeryot results which follt. the -x e omany of the Cough Preparations of whichopium and acte are the base. ha lfom De. G. W. Gooch, Member of Congress from Massachusetts : DR E. R. KNIGHTS-- ear Sir-I have aeed Dr. Laroo abh'Srp in my family for six years, and have found it a selseat remedy for Conghs. Colds. Sore Throat and all Con. umptireComplaints, eta. 1 have recommended it to esveral aiesndwhothave received great benefit from its tas GmIVE IT A TRIAl Pree 50 cents and 61 per Bottle. DI E , INIGHTS, Proprietor, Melrose, Msaeechusetts DEMAS, BARNES &ICO., New Yorkt BS. WARD & CO., New Osise 1.. on, - ti _K P1 L- Y _ _ __ _____ M.:tl W O..; A .CET.. T ORE S-CENT I PUI3ISHED DAILY (Sunday E.xc'ptedI AND WEIGKLY, BY J. O. NIXON, No. 94 CAMP STREE;T. TERMS-DAILY, $16; WiFK1LVY,_$5 PE.;R "AR VOLUME XVI. TUESD)AY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1866. NUMBER 12. The ,r'clv Orletans CrescentL fBOOK AN'J JO1 PRINTING ESTABLISIIILNT, 91 CAMP TSHEIET. J. O. NIXON, Proprietor. The Crescent Job Establishment II WITH THE LATEST AND MOST IMPROVED STYLES OF I'I=ESSES, -rno, The Celebrated Blasnusclktories -or Messrs. I. HOE & Co., and GEO. P. GORDON, Ad Pit aulthe various styles anh dcsigs of TYPE, BORDERS, ORNAMENTS, CUTS, ETC., From the weli tnean fe.ndries of L. JOHNSON & CO., PHILADELPHIA, AND JAMES CONNER'S SONS, NEW YOOK' F Are prepared to execute every does-'p:ion o BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, UNSURPASSED BY ANY OTHER ESTASLISHMENT IN TIIE bOGTHi. COMMERCIAL AND MERCANTILE 0 PI IN TIN G, -Such at. PROMISSORY NOTES, DRUGGISTS' LABELS. DRAY RECEIPTS, BANK CHECKS, CONTRACTS, Al BILLS OF FARE, OTACT BALL TICKETS, PROGRA IMMES, AUCTION BILLS, BILLS LADING, HAND BILLS, Ct ENVELOPES, SILL HEADS, CATALOGUES, MORTG.GESI , CIRCULARS, ORTAE, HEADINGS, CN D INVOICES, DEEDS, CARDS. -An- dis EVERY OTHER VARIETY OF BLANKS ýiA KNOWN TO TRADE OR COMMIERCE. 800 4 D A,,RT1 V 3E1NT. go We areo preped toS ho PRINT AND BIND frt lei In a Suesior Stylte, T d DAMPHLETB, aBOOKS. J BRIEFS, stE CASH BOOKS, he DAY BOOKS,GERS, ETC., ETC. fo .01 a. ate alnd style o typog aphy or binding toedt the A. iA ewate of te mosatIfastio. d STEA1IBOAT PRINTING. S of Esedat:attention grIen to Printlog 1) sTEAMBOAT BILLS, fE BILLS OF FARE, MANIFESTS, ETO I Plain or in any iNumber of Colors. S is RULING AND BINDING Exoauted wth dsptch, ad in he most workmanlike mana. ad 0 A work waranted to give satisfactlon. n Ode at taodedtoo wat sapatoth on. oatS l).Priereaseonaale Crescent Book Wand Job Establishment, No. St CAMP BTREET, R Between Nathes andiPoydras, ew Orean. a 115w Orienne. 4Qw 0rleans atlj trte nt. T OFFICIAL JOIIURNA THI-E STATE of LOUISIANA. B. 1Ut:DAY MOINING, Atail'T" 2,, ''416. o:al t na ellig. ene. 1order appeared in the Charity II- at I 7',"e tire n lumber of Ipatint in ti,,i c-i, , 1 he-p A e-l'y wa 2-0, ataong which were 20 ct' e' of 'h' l ra, all psar. a'ty dong v dell. Thae who!t,': a-I to yea'- -,ay aft'rnoon lb as 10rr , w .llth l' not blIla inllub l in taL- re:l.A l to tho Io lrd of r A eadith, bean-0c the person in charge l I the irav-. y l, n.,' ,- ,rcr o r, ut- Iron the h atlt -t al . i re ý,;tP. tire; not report to that body. The -ltniu r 1 ,l ra, a-! , ill the e. tabil-i' mel t, that have h r|'ten led, is l, 1. iit'- a-il h , iallpe x p a'Le utfo in tLh .- i tal.I ;tonne I " 4 wilthat tontia r t :at . b eT i d- h re I , t ,tn t r,"ir : - v, is 2r TI- . aIt tot-t aporte-Ir to the L oar il 'a ata H tal. I or l:att lf n ] r I t are a t nA. t. t. rnt. o . - lohtes 1r2, -tr o , not i l ta, I d 1. prI The datlhs Iroi c-holera, ia n lltl - in this total -0,,! i: , 4 wher it",·' , 4 I ,la ke !,. Thi , i- th, least Ill oatedt, ,,f t ,hiert, death , in a ' -inc the re- in rt firt ma le to the hoard. The net I'r 'tvet aut'' er fr a dayI t- 1tm. Joint ( .tmmlltett of the i ('mmon r on neIl..i jr, Cv , l re tees rc f e,,],,w, e lal ,. , m s.--lv l diu-t A it r froml t,'t street tonmmi:-'i ninn tlla l'ainttto I: ta, t-, 1 ;h:e 1, bo , e1 1, w to referred to I ar t r"i'h - vth .lrl I.- era , i i-c h ,l 't-a- . N iltl n ito i-t w ct. t t e gtal a t t I lia i l . t l e a ;,r L,, . i day Nx a . 101 T: lit ., ' r La.eethnt : of the cotii nttees wnt l bie a n J ,1a iT-: . !, \v l i :" i"'.to. iiaiat-ta, ia-p a Itl ,lit, A Ii ar," a'. oll on-. ah-a a. a ril. - a l:,r altorad oStt tlraiiaolactrltCaiba drpaa!! laaa l~llt-,, i a'atet- ,o:aa att rtar ,!,ti Mo.Ii·. LP it;lataard l b I ta.',t atit it' on,, t;. -i '., - r tis a, e:'al td Le , th n I l 1a!,a1 otlat i. a blt"ovet v-ed,- b white fema at tioI t e emtnh ly a ylib i t , -a i la Ja.attI On It a it , ntral mother to h00ill the evidence of Ler siitiiae. Madlana, e t]u, hd l toa alaild taiela o aL ,n T; l tll.ai- en ines of thea li te depar ento-nine tI ly i -v lt: . -terila oat ark i (ori the ievi. c r- I la:ni "r.:' . !to wht a . ht inha t:duea 'eo ,,t ari t. cel' of t," streets rnannind th n-e. Thrs a:ta,,--it tt:'nlr of i/lgutt-rs wer 11 d:.,-- u d ll). R dt . iA t i v t.hu " alnf ,he hi elpt at w od: feConl- h t I1'u 1l y, we may antiipat great i rovementil l lt,:' tar, tIle affitir ins a r l ai theorye that .-. tt, ets imprrve trdhe hl' ic ondition of a t. erid. w eth e wor arr ted by the , ik-t DI-trict po lice - thenaturet of which ihas not yet ieen report--d. A charged with stealing four lair, of pantd and two v,' tts from the 0tore of Mr. E. L. Pierson, o f Ma. b diamonds Salen itin Mr. Marhand ! window <no eeived by the chief of po tce fron t Jackon, Miss, uiriln-, if eliamonds had been stolen and what I ntte by ef hI hhoa,' nor hay it been discovered t who he a, whether the namoo e ed e signed was r genuine. or whether he is a federal detective. Thus far the affair is a complete mystery. dJ esorder.S' Court. FlRrn D<aTnrcT.-John L. Coates, arrested on Sunday night by aids loyland and Izard, on a charge of Stealing from Mr. Etheridge his pocket hbolt in the St. James hotel, and by means of a receipt contained in the pocket book. obtaining from the clerk of the hotel, the sum of eighty du lars deposited with him by Mr. Etheridge, was ex amined yesterday before Recorder Ahern and was comnitted for trial before the First District Court, bail being fixed at $1500. Two negroes, named Aleck Johnson and Cyrus PI Johnson, discovered in tile act of climbing the fence of Mrs. Cranberry's residence on Magazine street, on Sunday night, were sent to the work house for six months. A. Christopher, a juvenile vagrant, was sent to the House of ReOfuge. I Bridget Judge, a lewd and abandoned woman; Loens Washington and Henry Johnson. negroes, found sleeping on the streets; Ellen O'liKeefe and Ann .ciCarroll, for fighting;l Mary Winters, for drunkenuess; and Win. Ruth, Geo. Rickert and TJ Geo. Dayton, for vagrancy, were all sent to the workhbouse for ninety days. John Jones and Mary Kil'igaw, for drunkenness, were sent to the same institution for sixty days, and a negro named Geo. Washington, fora petty F( larceny, was committed for thirty days. Thie followinig fihes were imlposned : iate Stewart, for fighting, and Wom. Mulford for a like offense, $10 each; John Kelly, also pugnacity, $:0; Sandy Brown, colored, fur runninig a dry without lies!ac E$10 ; Sarah llf for aasoliting Ann Leo 10 ; Richard Wilson for assaulting Jacob Baker M witil a pist-l, $10; Henry Robilnson, colored, and t1. W. Welsh tur being drunk, $10 each, and Robit. West who appeared to prosecute Aleck McLellan fornssault aid battery, $2 50, for being a wrong C1 doer himself. SEcoan Disraitc.-Josephine, charged with he. ing drunk on St. Peter street, was sent six months to the workhouse. Tho. Lewis, arrested under the wharf, was sent six lonths to the workuhlsose. uChas. Warner, charged with picking a drunkeni mans pocket, was sent ninety days to the work house. James H. Harris, charged with sleeping on the tk lever was sent nioMtg days to tih work s louse. John Sacrey, charged with assault and battery gi on Jas. Slake withl intont to kill, was sCent niunety t days to the workhouse. S Geo. Fahey, Win. Lyons an sWm. Scott. juve- eu nile vagrants, were sent to the HIouse of Rlefuoge. Thios. Beurke, colored, irested with empty a gsc and augors, under suspicious circumstances, was a sent to the workhou,e ninety days, o Chas. Earle, charged with fighting on Dauphioe B street, was fined $20. Mladam Rodley Reed, charged with violnating P ordinance No. 404 and insulting police officer, was B lined ;25. Thad. Stevens, in his speech accepting are nomination to Congress, expressed a doubt of the sincerity of the eonversion of Breekinrndge )Demo- I crats, Lbut lie referred to President Jolnson and t General Dix, rather thas to General Butler aid Dr, Luring._ _ Cooper's Well Express leaves Byram station on the arrival of each passenger train up or down. l TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. 'I BY THE ATLANTIC CAZLE. --,I RECEPTION OF U. S. EIBASSY. v-il The Edict of Martial Law in Russia Repealed. 'wi _ _----._-- Ln A ITEETIN.S IN LEIPSIC FAVORS A U~iSr; CF SA;XO WITH PRUSSIA. LARGE MEETING OF REFOR ERS. )Deitilt- ofthto I h'ece not rto t1e1, ade . N-: 'ubi,litc Lontil it is Ialtiliedi. LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AARKETS. or. Pe:Tszr.-:-ne-o, August .--Thetl; n: T 1i: ats e- rv--y net with a hearty receptiononaitto rugi to 7..cow- , whole the.y w.e receive wi;!t die - tieguished hoenor and entertained at a craul bah ,uet. At Noergod tthe emba-sy were ael-o the r.: ciienta of simnilar attentou and hotnors: lrth a grand dinqer. The RIussii governmner hie re- t p.cai, the edict of martial law in the Southwest e pl'ocice of the empire. LrteIc, Aug. 27.--A large and enthasiast: at meetiog has been held in this city, which declaredt ;n oittr of a niute of the kingdom of Saxcl:y with '.a QI'EENeToWN, Aug. 2.--. m.--The steamship J.:ritla, from New York.. Agu't 1t. arrived at thio pIrt this P. t t., and proceeded on her voyage to Liverpotol. t L.UlONDEeRv, Aug. 27.--The steam'h:p f.ora- h vlan, !rom Quebec August 1oth, arrived thh p. m.. and ul. for il. erpoul. ' IMiitrINHr:iAM, August 27.-The reformr displo y1' in this city to-day was graid and p·eea el t ,-i: o a riotr distur'bance eof ny kind, whie:h h,,:e .:'. to eme extent, apprehetnded. iilany thousands of persons were present. The platform adopted by the immense a-oei aze, is in favor of rei ianti ol mnuiroo lo i ;e . iJoilu right deliver.ed atn address tifs ewvenig. iu :tport of the platiform. Lien: oot., Auuset 21.--r. ct.-The cotton mea: ket closed -teadtiy. The sale, to-day were ten thousand bales. Mid ,!hing upla 1d, l]i, . Tie Ibreadstults arket is flat. and clocs qut ite i iotel.iat, with a dotwnward telldcn". iBLloIst, Aug. i-. 27- .--iluormahtton ht i been eived here which induces the general belief cithat the article, of the treaty of peace cigned at Plague are almost identical with tie prelitina- e rie, the peace interchanged at NSikol: arh oun the 2 o th of ftiy. The details of the treaty of peace wi!l not ch madl public, however, until it is ratified by all a the parties involved. IvItERPOOL, Aug. 27--. .--The provision tmar ket is quiet and generally nnchanet ed. There is no change of note to repolrt in the prodcee market ,xcoept for tallow which is firmer, holders asingtl LonDon, Aug. 27-p. M.-The London rtc oney tmrket is easier, and an adlsance of t per ceat. ias noted in consols. The closing quotations Ir tmonley was M.. The market for Amneri.cai fe:uri t'es continues firm, and Erie and Illinois Central shares have advanced. The elosing quotation. are: U. S. 5-2i, 72; Erie, 45N; Illinois Central, LIVERtPOOL, August 27.-(By the cable to the Associaited Press)-Noon.-The cotton marnket is steady. The sales to-day are estimated at ten thouard Middling uplands are quoted at 1$jd. d The breadstuffs market is dull and declining. Tihe provision market is unchanged. I.oNoN, August 27.--eoon.--Consuls are quoted o Sat bi for money. Tile morlet for American stocks rules firmer. it SIU. S. 3-20s are quoted.72hj; Erie railroad hoares p -45; Illinois Central 78. Il LIVERPOOL, August 27.-The ship Universe, te Capt. Hilton, from New York July 31st. arrived at a 1 this port to-day. The ship M. Posthas also ar- t rived. tot TIlE PRESIDENTIAL TRIP. ge tha The President to heave for Chicago e To-day. Me far ---+ - pie res Preparations for His Reception in Philadelphia. shi RAILROAD ACCIDENT IN NEW JERSEY, ot Th ia@ THE SHIP TWILIGHT WRECKED, FORTY-THREE CHINESE AND ONE EU- so ROPEAN DROWNED. is1 pe SOLDIERS' CONVENTION. CIIOLERA IN MEMPHIS AND ST.- LOUIS. to pa MISCELLANEOUS-MARKETS-RIVER NEWS WAS.ONGTO.N, Aug. 27.-It is understood that no the President's party to start to-morrow for Chica go will embrace some twenty-five persons. Secre tary Seward and several members of his family, ci Secretary Welles and lady, and Postmaster Gen- t1 eral Randall will go. The other members of the T cabinet find it impracticable to leave. Gen. Grant to and his chief of staff, Rawlins, Admiral Farragut, th Gen. McCallem and lady, and Surgeon General C Barnes and lady will be of the party. Senator ,t Patterson and lady, Col. W. G. Moore and Colonel cc Robert Morrow, Marshal Goddingnor, L. A. Go- of bright, of the associated press, and Mr. W. W. Arden will accompany the President. dt PoLADELPHIAe , August27.-At a meeting of the N Merchants' Exchange a committee was appointed to receive and welcome the President to this city on his arrival. At the Corn Exchange a resolution was offered 0 - to appoint a committee to co-operate with the Merechant' in receiving the President. That wast .5.atedl , rr,,eiving on;y four vote-, enr:-: thes ~ o was ,,ferst unanimo tn. lt joottrnrymt :n tai± .r- soeiat; of this rty ft ., re-olved to turn out en .,,rse to-norrow t- f.:i .v ie the Prerident. '.- Yoa:, Aug. 27.-.A train with pr:tro!eum, i.sl the Y:oe railruad, cnlhded wit aetr ta:ro a*orLt fre and burned the entire train, three . 'iltieeams, while endeav'oring to re-cue his t hor - n ,/. -rn. was fatally bcrnad. Hit wife j,,:,u!ed from n -econd story windodw and iiumiediately gave 1AL tth to a chiel. Lo-w4 Is0,0-0. beo SAN FRieeoIt'nO Auglut 20.-The British hip 'h. reiliht, frol i Hon" Kong for San Franc;ee o ai been wrecked near the I-land of Pacloty. oer !to hundred and forty-three CIhiaee passrengers con nd one European were drowned. The flag ship arch atftrdei had arrived at Hlong Kong from Amay lri:eg .d reported that the Imperialists had bat en .00 rebels causing them to retreat. chais WAYI'UntTON, :clgoot 27.-There are the strong- aoid tt ildication, trhat the convention of soldiers w'ho tn ol,-.t- the Pre-ident, to be hell at (!evc.,lui, ron -,ptembcr 17, will prove to be a great success. will lary prominent offi:ers in all the States of lthl earl r.th will particilpte. No lee' than sevrtn cen !r.f trom New York, in addition to thore whuo I ii'-ly signed the call. thave re= .tered ticir ames te be altixed toit. Among thene are (Gens. t . l : ran. (;rham, Dixon and FIcrrtieir. Ioindrels of n -:ttre are reeed daily hoby the eomlnittee tr 1 tl _ ri:s who indur~e and sympath;ze with the othe ''.-:lt, Au..gllt 2T.--Twelve rase- of cholera Ort :... fur deat]~ atle reported today. A steady rain has been fallntg since yesterday a da SeT. ac)-I , Au. 27:o-Nine cemeteries report D0 in :. ... deaths on Saturday. and eleven cemete i.re- report 73 ye.:terday, showing atoerably narksed abatement. 11 Four unchanged. Wheat 3c.tone. lower: sales Fapt at d2 2;@$2 24. Corn easier; mixed and yellow allt ,0r1i ,dre., white'72(t 73.c. Oats lower at 33pt40e. Sow Pr:,visions and whisky unchanged. oit LoterrSlLLE, Aug. 27.-Tobacco-sales 3 t hIds. o eal at tally sustained rates. IFlour active: super- ithe fe r7 2.: family .10. New red wleat active at the Cr n3. Cornin bu, GO6. for mised and 65e. for cos eiIte. Oats, new. 35e. Mess porkt:3:; 25. Bacon- trt ho,,u!dera 1li7.; sides 21de. Whisky $2 26. fall CIrrctIoNAT, Aug. 27.-Flour unetkanged but in teri t;:". ,lemand at $1004i13 for cralde anl falcy he lrands, and drfd80d for the lower grades. Wheat, $2 '4Siai2 45. Wlislky unchanged. Pork dull at whi i. with rmall srales. Bulk Bents firm at full the .i o-: demand light. Blacon searce and in good n l,'r:cen-tl at 17c. for thoulders and 21r,21;:. for ,-iL,-. Lard dull and nomlial iat 2'c. t0l1. 147. o S' rriw:-T I.1.-, Auguet 27.-bS ps ltha:-i. tieitTlt loying oted Loui Htenry anhdb.erek Me0l tn lla a.:r ik-ile houn:d out. Steamship Mistisrippi it -t:!! at the bar. lThere was a hith tide at c:3( this ilt Steatil. t tehip Ant aiot Froe, Ibound to the th'e we-tward. had eoCa at anchonr t the ha.,r a are day. 'he weather is too rouchfeorherto proceed. itiv The trril has been blowing a gale from the South art Sut;hwest all day, but it has now smewahat o -tmo terted. Rain is falling. t N:o.w Yons, August 27.--Gold cloed l1R:. Th Unlitd States -20' s 11;1: 7-311s I0 ta. Cotton tre closed steady, with sales of 3000 hales at::31 3,c. 1r, f:lor drooping ; sales 20 bhl,'s. Southern at 101 ,13S 75. Whe-at 1r,."c. lower. Corn lc. lower. tire (Oate dull. Pork firm : sales 43001 barrels of Ines- ar at'32 7S30':1. Lard firm at 15@21et . Rio quiet. Sugar teady : sales 1000 hhill. Muscovado SA@ tC 11-c. Colbe firm. Turpentine dull at 0t;(i,6 c. tei Ro-in dull at $2 -87;i. sh Seov ,-,l Aug. '27.--Four bales of cotton of tre the new crop, classed as laiddiing fair, were sold rot to-lday at 0 cents. ve ---- drr, NEw ORLEmANr S SCilrOOL of MEDICINE.--It Will at tbe seen euon reference to the card of this institru- ho tionr, which we publish itn another columll, thalt Dr. Frank Hawthorn, of Alabama, has been a np pointed to the lately vacant chair of chemistry. ito Dr. B. is a gentleman of great reputation in the Ire profcasion,and the faculty now appears complete, comprising, as it does, some of the ablest medical slit ten of tthe United States. rei SPLEtNDo ST0oK OP DarY GOODS Ionw THE toLA DEs.--Mr. E. Giquel, No. 126 Canal street, is just opening a magnificent stock of fancy and staple iu dry goods, ansd we advise our lady readers to go mtt and see them now while they are fresh and new. They comprise all the latest inventions itn the way tb of patterns and designs for dress, shawls and al housekeeping goods, and another important item is that they are being sold at reduced prices. th But it is hardly necessary to persuade the ladies go to go to see Giquel's new goods, for we well know th' that as soon as they see the advertisement which to' appears in another column, that they will all go there of their own accord. it1 STEAnER CoroLE--It will be aeen by reference h the advertisement of itessrs. Leach & Perkins, con gents of the above elegant low pressure steamer, had bat on account of necessary repairs and receiv- Aft. ag new boilers, the Creole will after to-day ble ease to ply, as heretofore, between this city and full he watering places. Due notice will be given by of i aessrs. Leach & Perkins to the patrons of this reit avorite light draft steamer, as soon as the com- weot letion of the repairs proposed will enable her to A numoe her trips. acoj Dnetacous BuTTER AND CHOICE FAMILY FLOUR. was Oe invite the attention of the trade, from country an i r city, to the advertisement of Messrs. Shrop"- pat hire, Anderson & Co., Nos. 108 and 110 Poydras i I treet, in which they catalogue a list of groceries, aml which are all fresh and choice in every respect. will Che batter which these gentlemen are thus offer- tinr ng was put up expressly for their sales, and is in like ;egs, firkins, tubs and small tin cans, for family whi ese. Nothing better has ever been brought to this sei mnrket, and nothing better ever will be, or we T tre much mistaken. Messrs. Shropshire, Ander- noe son & Co. seek to build up a large business by tan oroviding for their customers the very best arti- nn.l lcs, being persuaded that upon such a principle its a the most permanent business founded. When sin people come to know of a certainty that whenever tinl hcey make a purchase from a house that the goods eril will be always first choice, they seldom change. apl le visited this store yesterday, and found that sev they had been making quite an extensive addition ehe to their storeroom, by building a large warclhouse wil n the rear of their store. This will be of a ea- wil pacity to store five thousand barrels of flour, and Bat is both airy and dry. We congratulate the firm the upon their success in business, of which this is an j evidence, and ardently wish a continuance of it. Ad Ien who keep good merchandise and sell low sha oust succeed. sit The Richmond Examiner very happily says: bet We publish this.Norning a most important pro- slie clamation from the President. It declarers thie es 1,i., tablishment of a complete peace, legal and actual. fot The writ of habeas corpus is fully restored, std ar martial lawis withdrawn. This is a great stride Fl, towardsthe restoration of old relations between get thie excluded States and thie United States, and is a litting tribute to the labors of the Philadelplhia 1 Convention. The President long ago signiliedl his ph ntention of making a declaration of peace of this lni comprehensive character as soon as Texas lhd 14i organized her government, and now we have it in wl due course, in spite of the lying and counter-pllt- at tiag of radicalism. Andrew Johnsonhas done his by duty nobly, and it only remains for the people, ce North and South, to do theirs. th GAME.-Stranger with gun-is "there much o0 game in these parts that a man cr.n amuse him nelf in hunting Ildical Citizen.-Not much, sir; but yonder ol is a preacher of the gospel cotr,ing over the hill- O I you can take a pop at him. tl .....on .. ... t i still much too early in tile season for any Tex; , Ii a-?vies t., appear, hat the unusual coolnesa of' iL K e ai;r, crn-lt tvrenditg one of the a apro i a .-/ i, ty ul ml'.alrkaad, t aplro~laedi n t ile o . . IS A eru , i of t.rsliio; iidicati 'n e of varioun chancyr J I"tt ,a i the lht a avi t - f'arjo. Claoe-fitatag I If Si', .r have teva .,o laung a.hionanila., it s s .. f' J lav tr lalte that what isa called the sac, ort ;,ese !.ha e. will be eor-, during the altUlln Sl.a,:l alth', tor aho stale f vaticett. Tile "ioxlae ', awr'o :s a very s!i,!t varie:d.u on the sac, i atl i ,i !itt'! atlly remarkable tor itas uaiat style ofa 5o Sn rA ,rSv ricll "Iaoxelane" io mate of heavy. ; ,1,,. hlail piritat de pre, awih ra'et,' ,n the froat,i at 'f: h.; -i.l,":,. and on tae t eves : thile side ree rn s tan uwarl tie ba:k : tha edge o tile rec s is a pain tit Mc tm. staithe,l in a ,utble row by a ,stw;ing ea tachine : trcy are fa.tentcd back with oval et il arid;. file collar it pectitar in shape, aa it i-t I archeld at the u a a:.d ;l simiulated wwai jt it inge. Liks of fvulcanite chains are losedil ra :ro sr tie back, and terainatie at the right lde ei tith long re ds ald handsome a let taaesel. e imlar 1A a ihamts are lropedl .c'o-. tihe Itrnt of tihe ch-t, Crr, Itd destend to tie I, ft sida. The plieaito is inpl i helmmed with a doable rav of chain stitch Lo onii the edge. The d The sitto sak, f ll in jt belowathe waist-bani. i at, ill Ibe very plopular !r rot-matr wear in the the ar!y atittin. It maay Ie of alhni t any material, =ea it tr a very setyli-l coatume it ehould be hket n i le dres. We have e.ei a very clegant pro'me- erc .aie to:!etie of iauav popflin. 'T'hlie lrtigred, ait i b srt.it!ae catatit 1at-l -witL waite stlk pipingl . At tihe hack arc two v aIh coada iutended faa loop- pxi, tlg up the skirt. Iat end i edged with tile ip- tht ilt. ihi biottom i f tihe silrt sac is cat in bat alt ceati, the euge fiilthed to m lath with the 11 i tiulr tri:n: ing. A mats:c tulle Lantballe bonnet, tialmed with avluet-, completa s tllhi very stylish b htme. Anolher piromclnade toilette of the and Sgenerail style ia nf t!te sick. Tile stirt is ::tIed will two reonW. of daep chenille fringe, o t d e i lar -itade of balie. the -tort i acl is oraa-h e e i lente lto crr.let end;o thle fringe is laid on to nI imate etthepauletts ald coloar. A straw bonnet, triimmed siht hlue chenille and wheat earsr; lict l tf -traw depend t doablear festoona over the a.ar` 'he Paris correspondent of tilhe London Queen Pe ays :mal. lhei leaders of fahiion in tle conrt circles have da r all adopited the cootume called the "3Ietternich.' " veti tometiules the "Metternailh costume" is madtle deati with thel irt and paletot sparate from each other, chee iut more frein aenty they are et ts oine, and formI anc. a singt ghearment. A Prilecsse dreia, catwide at the a he back, alld buttoned up ait straight line daown Ha a the froit, gives a very fair idea of this style of Stath costmie, only remembering that at tite height of tha tle trlu e t kirt is rounided both atthe back and volul rlnt, and terminates with i lon tritge, nwhich i tl falls over a silolated underalirt of tihe same ma' vie teiael ar the upper one, or else in silk, if the dress cri Ie cashniere. crct It wmlal be imp.sibloe to wear, all throaouh the itt winter, tire atenl ad alrost invisibleh eaddiaresses awhich notw go aby the name of bonnets. A few i.i T the i'liRtng itilliters are auready makhing bohiek hi av tn a largeracdie. The enlarged i'orms itde:c;ite Uo a a potita o the fehie.d, nwhilw at the back they bt at,- tihe I.aortbelle ahipia, only lengthelned.aal Oat' fact it certain, which is. that wide ribibon u th risn tied la ier the (uhin are out of favor. ;td! tner. replalice thei waiti a ot'loiton of blonde. T aliill at worked waithl beads, and withl very nail rrow in t :;ire: a which are tied tai rcrh tile Mati'la. hty Ni:y iala k onets are nowt tlattraet f, autumn wear: It l tiey arp all pinated in front It to 3darie Stuart, andlll 'a are aoverey wit ait shower of jet beads. At tile the i side tihere is a spray of dclii'ate loreors, so exquio-i"'a'i itively rlade that it is difficult to believe they are apl ar tifi:itl. til Snlall Watteau hats are in vogue, and so rcoquet-. ti tiro. The have a lowa ilat crown, anl narrow a rim. two The ruown is trie. aill around with a thick wtiet ru traess of black velvet, ad in order to take aay wa from its heatviness, a enail white upright feathtr beer is added at tite side. fhitk plaits are also made he of crepe andl f silk, bhit they are iot so pretty as tite 'i.cvet ncts. Benoitons of flowersa and beads F are trequeatl adddtl o \tratteau tlats. ia. a Chenille tolimmingsof all deseripetions will' be f io t very popular in the eominrg aenonl. Citenille eta- w i brodel'v with beads introduead is a mri t nppro- tt priata oramecntic'or sil. drctes. The emroidery bali should always contrast strongly withi the nolr of tar tile dreas. For exanlple. a pearl-gray sil8 dress should be worked with eitlr cerise or blue che- A til":. raibon velvet under cluny lace is alsoot hrei very stylish trimeming for sili dresses. Whereh'i t i c dress hos a full trimming of cluny lace. the collar i, oald cnta should always natich. The shapeof coa- l'' lar, asa materiaily altre d.aa .:Lat; atututt ti straeightest. tnarrowest, tiniest tt1 collars were sought alter ; it was impoaible to ind them too upright or too small, d now tahere is every iprolbabilitv of tile "Petrucaio" shape sn - tia perseding all others. For very stout figures smoall the cilars i are amot inappiropriate, the larger fIrmsiea h will ie foundl ialinitely mtre becominag, but for 'ad slighat built t'rataes tihe antaller colitirs will ever realain the tfavorties. The "'Petraceio' collar is T .onitpoaed to thlree parts--the collar itself and two '-iers. It consalists of cluny and embridered tu uslin inser'tions, sewn in alternate rows, anda edged with cluny lace. ThIl insertion is arranged E in pcrpendictlar lintes for tile reers, andl tile roc wsa mneet ina point at tile baclk of tile collar, frolt whence thely diverge to the straight lines in front. The collat is finisheid off round the throat with a l narrow cinay edging, and is fastened in front with a bow of rihion velvet. Trtp AThANTIC CIteo.--At a recent meeting of tips tihle French Academy of Sciences, l. Babh'it sag- tte geatcd that it woull be well to take advautage of the the Atlantis telegraph to determine with precision eta the longitude of tihe American terminus. There al was reason to make haste, lie said, because.thecre aoa ere every few chances of the trantmitsions last- cal ing long. As a reason for his opinion, if. Babinet ocr lroeduced a piece of heavy telegraph cable which con had been five years at the bottomt of the Britihi Channel. The exterior metallic covering was comlletely eaten off by the salt water, which ihad also commenced to affhct the central twist, After stating the difference in the sizes of the ca- lo ble ex.ibited and the Atlantia cable, which is te smaller, and averring that the sea-water destroys for fully a millimetre (habout 1-25th part of an inch) rat of the metallic covering every year, il. Babinet nt reiterated hit belief that the saccese of this cable would be of only ephemeral duration. A French profeasor casts tIis lugubrious horn- tho cope of earuh: - .I "Our earth will become a moon. Once earth Verw rue a soft and diffused substance; it then became . n incandescent and luminous sphere; next a very a par old globe, liquid within; it is now an obscure oft sluet, thick and gradually cooling, with fire in a bosom, but bathed on its surface by water and T: mbient vapors. One of these days its inner fires are vill be extinguished; its atmosphere and ocean dise sill have evaporated and earth will revolve nrrc brough space an inert icy mass. It will then be qua ke the moon, where organic life is extinguished; iute there silence reigns; where extraordinary cold Is cl veather is followed withount transition by exces- tol h ively hot weather. s to p The moon once had its atmosphere, its volca- heev ces, its inner fires and its bhumid belt. Tile same s moo ow governs tile destinies of all the sun's satelites. our Such of them upon breaking from the conmmon hasl asss began to cool so much the more rapidly as tain s volume was smaller. The earth being forty- tead Ine times larger tbhan te moon, cools forty-nine inju tintes slower than it bht like it, does cool. Al. ready the oceans ]ave lost tile fiftieth part of their B orignasl volume, and they will have entirely dis- real sppeared bclore the solid crust of the easth is cool ieventy-five miles thick. When this day conies on here will lie no animated creatures, no trace of CrC' nnimal or vegetable life on this globe. Icty nights spio rill follow torrid days. In thle course of tome this sill be the fate of tloe s unsod all the solar system. .v Bot it will be thousands of millions of years belore thin lie earth reaches this state. It -- I that JUsT FOPuD IT OCT.-The Greenville (Ala.) mat kdvoeate says : While traveling, a few days ago, between Ten. T as and Pollard, we came across something in the lati, ltape of a man. He had a cap of coon skin, last hoes of rawhide, his coat and pants may have trlc een of Confederate gray, but tihe rags were so limy that it was impossible to identify them. He Is ait an old canteen and haversack. Os inquiry we vilh 'ound out he was a deserter frolm tlhe Confederate bee rmy, and had been laying in the Titi swamps of mah lorida, and was hunting up a federal officer to etie get paroled. '.;. ' ' TiHe LEGlatATUln oF MISsISSIPPI.--Gov. HIum. sta phrice has issued Ilis proclamation convening the Na legislature of Mlississippi in special session on the [m 14th October. He does not give the reasons of which prompt him to such a course. But any one fe. at all familiar withthe working of the laws possed s. by the legislature last fall, will recognize the ne- Gi cessity of this special session, in the necessity t.w that exists for the alteration of the laws, and ito flua giving them such shape as the developmentof Asa our new condition has made indlispensable. Na IHolly lpriuRcs ONe|ebw em he TLouisville Journal announces the benning ad, of a great enterprise, the work of briing the mso Olhio river at tlhat Ipoint. Hin. Jloeo althro is hil the leading spirit in the uudertukia7 firo ari :al+at r eic';n lirival te les. T. ~ H.'' " "O -w It T.'ener,, H l. ' dA." fl-rr- !..P t . hnr ' New Y.rk C Gra ''r I :-. H, ' r iF; rl. ' ir. , F .' -i.ai iop ,lJ B Cal-; et' 3[-ip C T f, ar, Kh eHy J T idi:t. rry;in;r: Ct, F abo-y aot wife, irds Eoncur, inds A rr nty, MiHss tn J C Moreland, A aT Alt. i M S T P O Jaohnson, G Grafr family, Ala' J aSmith. Cap: .1khb' 'n, 3fitas; , ,a ne, W T Meullnm, Vat R . '', Tex teryneron, Capt Wn E Andesre , bPneeer la; Jl nd and wife J Mra. IFl.: G Walton Frh , an d S't-nh aooed Ala: r R e n.e a E wiRfm te, i at: rrem Sw . t' 'ann a, wi f d ie, osJ Bell, i( atl I .t cd and hia ghtereMobite J Lee. anli 'tean huni;t. Judge Frdankiin. T o t he 'VWirt afa t with. Ip n u h "onre a Fre . nvro ,, S n 1 Dv) rt De s a o it l ew alibe E (Ia S A sia, T ertthan, New Yak City Fatten..T ura oc., n aT A Stales T rLawrer" " ' thnla" n J o . r o.E A dwar, ('i: J ai',, .lt e J I5 J ate W Pine, Lou Srie'i'; I.e .ta f' 'ni': S J Ward (R Baileyu iP:lnker and taly, Mo iss;n( C a J i N;i:aoN, al H. J tIatSer. lita, ofC Pna L-e, do; Cot I I; SL icren. D Bierce. (ITS H1FOEL-iI JI Phas eo, Texas; J Baolmes, ,ret rn: P Lrrkhart. h C MeitCallen. Ti B d eh ,co, T"xa: A T. Hetl'h, Honston; C F ijare, k e ateana, F N Ca-siera, San Antonie: J M en. .lsa LWrigcey, Capt T Peacock, u G Beown. IF .M1a:'k' . Texas: G W PoeaLan: 3d Boneebam, ,'rrshal, 'fexa: J D Hondsono, J N Baker, Miss: Batrvii!e, N C; ER aHunt; P P Smith, Memphis; Ft Alexander, W B Collins, W D Bagiey, La; J arr, T Eagcey, J Brooks, Bton Rouge. La a th Poat N~re ao.-The freedmen'se bNrhean tat t front one if itse hospitasin in c'icktebrg eterday a batrh of ptirents to be forwarded te re ho.pia.al at Lauderdale Springa. We have ten negroes sine we ware born, but never saw py in a more drpl,;ra;le condition than these poor rcatures. Theay were ragged anddirty, and some StLeen were skelletons. Several had had small ax. Two of them, females, were crazy. One I thetm seemed to have gne crazy with the idea at freedom n-'s ta bring with it loxnrionas living. :e wants ctrinmliy nalinag fer pound cake. A aeleten te 'e,.- , pock-marked, gave birth to an ial!t olnr thro ers. Shie lay upon the floor i a tatdle of rads-a pitiahbe sighlt. It was shocking our se-nC al hr.aanity. She had nothing to rthe ter :'rant rith. ULyon or honor, we aver e never .aw n-ac'r" slaves ao so pitiable a plight. I the bureau wner l:d e aw" and let n alone to anace the popelation by our own lawne, we hled nrevr expect to witiness anch a sight gain.-- [i-r l p.'i Me eaver, 12th. P.rpo.vAL.--ton. William S. Parham. of pceh tal:l. Louisiana, passed tlreough Mempohis estr lte on his way home from the Philadelphia can 'ntion. tr. Parham, like allthe ether returned luleatea whot wre have seen, brings the mosat heerin aceertoti of the immense success of that onn ltind, and robabhle influence for good open lie approahclhi elections throughoot the North. a nsas that the delegates from the Northern itats do not alone hope for success, hbut asert hat they are positively crtain of a comnplete re Aolution. and a great victory over the already dis iayed, panic-strieken forces of radicalism. This ficw is strongly corroborated by the numerous de 'ertiona of daitingnished Republicans recently re earted in the public journals, particularly in the Northiwete and in Pennsylvania. [ltmnphit Comprse'al. Traveler on the oiasisaitspi-'-"What makes you av he tae ira the center; nwhy don't you have it It one side of tlr way ?" e arikeper-"W leil, we would, but yoau se it oat' deo iehave no many pa-asengera oan one side if the boat." Tat Ltaai':ST DES'erIEDn SGaAe.--fr. Speke, ina rhis o:k on the dis.novery of the sources of tihe Ni:e, tli describhes the death of a snake of the -a pettcies. shot by h;S traveling companion. 'retain lirant: "I shudderered as I looked upoa the etl.a-ta of lai tremeltutns dying strength. For y"arls around whalere he lay, grass and bushes ant nplimug.. and in fact everethiog except the more tally grown tree were cut clean off, as though lv r bad been trionmed with an immense scythe. This moenter, wrlen measured, was fitty-one feet, te and a half inches in extreme length, while round thIe thickest portion of its body the girth ras nearly three feet: thaus proving, I believe, to be the largeet serpent that was ever authentically iheard oft.' EgraL Rr. .rr.-Tlhe negro population of Ia dinuapolic. led., have formed an equal rights asso ciation, demandring all tihe rights and privileges of rhite citizens, inctedinaetuffrage and free access to tihe eommrrn ecttees. They have formed a battalirn, consaisting of above 300. which has mili tary drills ni t I[Petersbnrg Express. A FaCT ru"Nt'tiiv-anta .--.A few days ago a "circmstanee of 'en.tla1.able ioterest occurred at \Wick. A young dog,. t eoperty of Mr. James carig, crteiht a large rhant, he river breastwork at'thle ilt-es Goneg'a prdlerty, and a prolonged crontest ror saln'reerry enoued, the rat managing ro bite the dog and almost place him hers dra rarlnot. ThIe dog at last got hold oa'the rat by the backr of tihe neck, and hIolding it thus ran to tte river, pluingerrd it ender tihe wkter, and held it there unrtil deatlh ensued, when, after giving the Fead rat a few itdignant shakes, he threw it away and returned in tearch of another. [tnorther Easin. The intelligent "purp"' moat have been longer winded, by a good deal, than the rat. Each omnibos passenger in Gottenburg, Swe den, is furtished with a newspaper. "False ecalves:" (ladies' detlnition)-deceitful lovers F iuuoeanretoa a Dee me ae taieiv oy a cant well known in Paria by his peculiar an plahy to the fly. He cotlllected three thousand in a room measuring two cubic metres; on to floor he spread a pound ofloat sugar. At the d of four days he went in to investigate the re It of his experiment. There remained a table coonful of sugar. This sttiatician, therefore, Ilculates, sugar bering at the rate of thirteea ots a pound, a fly costsa the country twenty snts from its birth to its demise. The Point Cooper Echo, of the 25th, says: Wlht little crops we have seen in this parish oh tolerably well. Cotton picking has com eaned with fair prospects of yield, were it not ce the caterpillera, which we are assured by save i planters, have made their appearance in difl[fer t portions of our parish. A large portion of the cotton orop of oar parish as planted afterthe water receded, and we are arltl that the late cotton will be destroyed by to worms. The weather for the past few days has been try pleasant-for the season. We have heard of no cases of cholera in our arish. With the exception of fevers, the health rthe parish is very good. Twm MOBILa PANIcr.--The authorities in Mobile re badly snared about cholera. By telegraphic lpatehss received today, we learn that all boheats revingfroln New Orleans are to be put into saraetine for fifteen days. Thisamoants to non rtercouree by water, buiht how about railroads? cholera only transmissible by water, or are we thave a stoppage of railroad communication,too,. protect Mobile from the visitations which have eon sweeping roondthe earth, and overleaping :otntains and oceans? We are really sorry that or neighboring city should have been in such a stt to adopt srevere precautions, which are car tin to be futile, at the cost of an oBstruction to ode and travel, which cannot but be of serious ijuries to both cities, and not the less to Mobile. IN. O. Picausne. Brother Pie., if these few lines should ever clat you, you are too hard on Mcbile. Is it not rorgh to hIave a ridiculous quarantine imposed u us, without our city fathers--who need fall redit for all the sense they have-being held re consible for Gien. Grant's abshadities? [Mobile Tlmes. When a shoemoaker goes to make a boot the first ring he use is tihe last.--[Exchanrge. It may be regarded as a singular coincidence rat the same occurs when a bootmaker goes to rake a shoe.-- [Ibid. Tihe Atlanta Intelligencer says the negro popu rtion of that city has, apparently, doubled in the rat tour weeks, and askbs if the agricultural die. Hlet have been deserted. Mr. Brienman, a Herma citizen, died at Carlin ile, illious, last week, froem hydropheoia, having eer bitren by a rabid dog eight wemea ago. The ad astone was applied to the found, without ftleat. THe EFFEcT Or THE CABLE IN MEXICO.-It is rtted that since the Atlantic cable has beenlaid, tapoleou has kept up aconstant telegraphic com manieation wlth Maximilian, there being, by means of the ocerm cable, a continuous tIlaraplhic line erom Parias through London anil NewYork to Galvestou, T'easa. A fast steamets, canecting Galvestroe and Vera Cruz, carries dispatches he tween throe places in a very rhost time. The in tueces el ti.e cable upns Mexico, by patting iaxrmoilian almost andorlie direct supervision oa apolen, moust be verydetttat and as the Mlesican mperor ia now an abshrt suppliant for aid and advice from France, we trust thathis imperial ocrater ar Paris wY. Onave sense enough to recall arn bt foroe the succesa of the Liberals drives him, roum Mexico.