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CHENCKIC'.' ~EA-W.EEID TONIC, MANDRAKE PILLB. The Sea.Weed Tonle to a tilmulant, AND NONE OTHER I1 REQUIRED WHEN IT IS USED. IT IS PURE AND PLEAMANT. NO BAD EFFECTS LIKE WHEN USING BOURBON WHISKY, 0I Bi]ROISO TS 1 STOIACS. TOROS T LMen. LO01C UP ALL Ti S. (IeEC TiONA, TURIN TH BLOOD INIT WATIIYt DRorBT e1Te I., AND TUX TlATIIN DInt IIUDDItLT. THE SEA-WEED TONIC PRODUCES LASTING RESLULTS. TEOROUGHLY INVIGORATING THE STOMACH AND DmOESTIE SYSHTEM AND ENABLING II TO E.IMINATE AND ISAK INTO HEALTHY BLOOD TIlE O00D WHICH MAY aS USED FOR THAT YUaPOSEB IT IB SO WONDERFUL IN ITS EFFECTS -THAT - Wine l|as. Full willDIgest ae R y Meal. AND ALITTLE OF IT TAKES BE1FOE BREAXBAST WILL (17 A TONE TO THE STOMACR WHICH FEW MEDICINES POSSESS THE FOWIB OF DOING. TbO MANDRAKE PILLS may be tIar with entlir sasy tyIby .mel .nd condition,. praediS aIBl tgI good en.lt. tIbt he60 obtued from Calomel or an7 othe errical Moadl sino nIsd without Bny of their hurtfta or Injltroul resnlt They esrry ot of the ltem the feculeut snd worn-out mat. s. .w,.ed nd dissoivd by my SBEA-WEED TONI(C. Dr. arnels Gilbert'. PrepraCtionl. DR. SAMUEL GILBERT, se ceiebrated u having hbd, for the lat tweny-fiveyear. in the treatment of CHRONIC DISEASES, the moot Incletlve Medcl Practice n the Soth has a las consented to allow several of Lin most esteemed remedies to be "pnpard and old asproprietary medicine. This resolution bas bew e sendored by the repeated seiietatltens of those bho .5,. Sapvpriehltd the bssefit ofhis ,temahkblh protsrsin.s skil, sad by she Impsslhiiiiy of gb-ng especial sttsntis, t tech of the bsSiten Nppilryhhens made to him for prescription by those ehose pe,..isry elihsst.S,, orbusinshs babies prsecludO Sb possibiliy of appylying I persn Sto him. The Public My rer assured that the manfacetrers Isprse neither psins nor Oper a in th.e peparti of thlse remetdles. The·y ar madea of the veryl beet medicines knows, in a Night concen -leafd form, upon strictly Icln11fic principles. Dr. "a ssel Gilbert'. General AlterRtlvS ALt. diSetly upon the Glands .1d Muous Mo mb.oa--tlmo stsin them to additiosal activty io tNheir na5515 Ilnctlons of ebimointing from the Circulating Flud. ths canal Eft. (end Il dises, Mtorbid) Matt.rs, and expelling them throsgb 41. Skin, Kdn.ey, Lie.r, .,,d AlimsetayE Ctsil from the BSyste. It 1., thseshfee, dopited for lths resi. ot Chroeic Diseases affectin those org~ene, and of the mucousl membrane, ·lining them, sncL as ERUPTIONS, TETTBE, ULCERS, SCROFULA, JAUNDICE, GOITP.E, CHRONIC INFLAMATION OF BLADDER AND UTERUS, ETC. It is partictiorly cseful In SUPPRESSED IMENSCRAION, HEREDITARY TAINTS, SYPHILIS And m,.isdlsslti.iig from big cntilned use of Celoms Bt.e U..., Corrtesi. S blit.s. 5.5.'. siSB loll., Denoato'. SolSI., and other prepartions of MrcuSotySd Adseni Dr. lanneel 6555ert's Tester OISlatSnt B. a mslt L15ISeet prepE5EitS for the cre oflthat alm of S-l-di 55,151175 termed DISEASES OP TOE SKlN, ,ad m bhish art p '1Earl Rno as CHRONIC ERUPTIONS. TETTER, PIMPLES, BISTERS, SCABS, SCALD-HEAD, MILK-CRUST, RINGWOBM, ETC., ETC. It wri Iso kill ITCH end othrs lesl vermin which phye Rpon -the Skin. IL sftes5 soatd d o.t thlltbe ,xc5lutltos matte deposited up.o the skit; he.al the C,,0.k, Blisters sed Pb. pies, cd readers the eutaneous surf.ce seottb and pliable, It bh. bnen used by Dr. GILBERT, ,sith most satislactury 15s51, fts liay ye.. Il1. fferd per .seln this style, fm the eRm onvctleon lttt it ..a slteCstssiy miot tith the hsspty app-,bation ofthsse bw mas use o i5lLt. Fulldi dcti.Ie for the metSd of 05il. these reeedies, a 'lit...nd acurate descriptiin of a ,msber of th. diffesret v'l.is tE Skin Di0eaes aSd may v-luablb *Sg55tinS In rest 'to their care, will be found pinted on Mts r ,,s am paaylts. ech package5 The.! suggestios. ar the fruit o 1555 a.m- '.p.rlco aosired by Dr. $amuel GibSet dsding histt,..tsO-, ry pofEs. ittali ie lb tles treatmentSE this clas R diseae ii the ,histi of Memphis, Nhe Orleans Snd Nbe Rork; and w1i It I. ex ected, .~sble moat nlprELuf,5isO persons totresttati l' lOlws5 c tti. ith much greater success them Shat hichb osully 1.11to the Itt of ordinary phblcsisa Dr. Larookaih' mnraapanrlIt eCompound, guso Miso For te Speedy and Permanent Cre of it oUoa0 natnt SBwShl., o Kings' Ev D...pi, Drero Ars. t Beuraldsa, Epilepsy, Eyiepelo., St. Anthony' Fire, thi Pimples, Pustulse, Blotohes, Boils,Tmorsa SeBt iEL ho.e u.m. and Sores. Rheumatlsm. S" ae in the Stomach. Side and Bowels, General DebiWty, Usdrlne Ulceration jolsl Syphils -And- . I S MKEBOURIL DISEASE, Mio Duff 4ad all Complantt aolsing from or renlting In IPURE BLOOD. aro Binc It douhle the strength of ny other Sarsapurlla Compound 1 So·Is markt, and tsadeorndby th Medical Facult as then = ANI D OCIAPEST BLOOD PURIPFIER TAT,. u the following Commendetton from Dr. Abbott, of Bou Mn, widely known as one of the most sucocsmth prctitioners sbcountory: M0' Botto, Dee sI 4 1 I. B. KNIGHTS, MELROSE, MAASACHUSETT - Si-I have used Dr. Lrookah'se sarek lU Comt. d In my pnratle forsvernl oyear and f.ters onfol ob on of its effects, I do not hesitato to say that Is, in not opinion, the SUREST, SAFEST and CHEAPEST nBt B OEDY for SCBOFULOUS and SYPHILITIC DIBSEASESI be. nner ban mnode valahble to th. medical profeslon. Ponteoalrr rout, S. Y. ABBOTT. B. Dh BiB Prise, 1 00 per Bottle. c Cs -Prepared by OB. B R. KNIOGHTS, CHEMIST, MELROSE. MA p thi Mi DL LAROOKAH'S India Vegetable Palmotle Syrup. t _.lts lowlhe, Colis, Whooping Cough. Croup, Asthm, Co ins a deo. Bronchits, Polo In the Side, Night Sweon , .40.-~ae, as, 'tremo, to which Public Speakers and Snges noUd O.Di.esn. of the Thot C S and Looug tb -a.s hghest metdli authorlty, cnrgymen of OA ". Mstortin, authors. editors, professors n our vMnou EADgARTES fs many of our most eminent public men. -." D A&AoDiOsht° opium, it it adapted to envry aoe., nd moo N.e W (t fear of the dangerous results wich follow the .y of th Cough Preprations of whbib opim nod 1. Cptop .tratsthebeen fantly Wofronmt Ro ot . W. Gooebh,Meber of Conogn fronm SA Mauu bottin : ti DE. I. I. KIOTS-De Sr-I hean ned Dr. k roo ebh' Syupinmy intllyforlsx yerin , and have found it oeo.ntenedy for Conugho Colds, Sore Throt and ll Con L .uaptwo Complints, e L hnav recommcnded It to snn ..iti whohroav mreo d g at hsnelt fromtin a, GIVE IT A TrB.ML oPrle bO cnats and Si per Bottle. DLA B. KNIGHTS, Proprietor. Melroms, Mannhusettsi *. DEBMAS BARNES & CO., ieNrYork, *AbASB.. WARD A CO. New Odees Is I . W .yORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT., THE ORXSCENT IS PUBLISHED DALRY (B."d". Exoept 4 AND WEEgtL. mY J. B. NXON, No 904 OAMP 8TEET. T MS-..DAXL-Y, 610; EET LY 'ER YEAR. VOLUME XVI. FRIDAY MORNING, AUG 31, 1866. NUM 15. SA.Lm l Zta n. i8t ,41 n r. .i.nal: M7i9 I i Pio . n . f 0. k 47 -- -. . qW ®rlons 0i1 Qpteni. £' ___________ ___ ___- -th OfrIOIAL JOIUI NAL -or- pa THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. th FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1808. pa , loe I %nti ligenge. mleeteam of TaaaMaa of the Publle $eheols. The board of school directors held a meeting I last evening to receive and act upon the nomita- ci tione of the committee on teachers, for teachers J? of the publie schools. Mr. Mount presiding. " Mr. Parham, chairmann of the committee on teachers, informed the board that the labors of pl the committee bad been very arduous; that they to had, for several days, devoted their whole atten- H tion to te selection of teachers. They had had a s before them some bour hundred applications, and m had examined three hundred and fifty of the appil- F1 a cants. In making selections they had been guided p by two rule--first, to give the preference to a superior experience, capacity and moral worth as and acceptability to the community; and second, to choose next the graduates of the high schools no or of the city, who, it was to be presumed, having to been trained in those schools, were thoroughly conversant with the system of education in our P public schools. To facilitate the labors of the t commnittee, it was divided into sub-committees, fo one for each district, which sub-committees would te nominate to the board the teachels they had os selected for their respective districts. In accordance with this arrangement, the fol- t t lowing appointments for the high and intermedi- M ate schools were submitted by Mr. Kelly repre- tc sentieg the First District, Mr. Cronan the Second District, Mr. Thicneman the Third District and Mr. p Parham the Fourth District, which were unani mously approved, except that Mr. Leefe voted in ta the negative on the list for the Second District. I Mr. Kelly, in submitting the list for the First Dis e trict, left the principal of the Jackson school tl blank, and asked and obtained further time to r nominate for the vacancy. The following are the appointments as elected by the board: c ,,IGH SCHOOLS. (i'per Boays.-.John F. Dean. Ilrincipal: . The Calieon, first asskstant ;,. E. Searan, second as sistant; Mrs. E. latthey, French teacher. l LE wer irssas.-sJohn Percival, pricipal: V. s J Hopkins, first assistant: H. D. terer, second as sistant ; brs. J. Lambert, French tr,cher.h tcld-t pers Girls.--Miss r. Pearson, principal Mis-Ttr L. J. Green, first assistant : Miss U . W . s l i TIet11 second assistant; Miss E. Armstronp, third assis- a tsnt; iss E. Watkins, French teac . he.shend Lo- s, o lGrs.-Mrs. L. Jantcq, principal ; Miss S. C. Weinr, fir-t assitant ; rs. A. Kilaharv a scdool Joiel assist:: t Miss Alice Breugen, third as-istant: Mrs. The i E. A. CLirou, French teacher. o the INTERtIEDIATE sCHOnsL-FIRsr DIýTRICT. c.eni Jarlrssn-Boys.--- - p ltiniepal: Mrs. The E. C. Fisher, fith assistant; Miss H. Dulao, secorndt assistast: Miss I. Iolspeil, tird assitant: Mrs. ildi E.Mather, fourth assistant. Mtarket atsh rilo -Gi ts.-- rs.J. Bartlett. principal; Prm Miss E. Allston, first assistant: Miss H. E. Taylor. erect second assistant; Miss A. Csasell, third assistant; toulas Miss M. Calder, fourth assistant; Mrs. A. Trott, fifth assistant. A pe C(io Scbool.-Mrs. E.'J.Whartal,prinsipal; Misc the Fec A. Solomon, firstassistant: Miss A. Marvin,sscoad n stre assistant. Jefrersa' i ShooEl-Boys.--AMr. W. F. Mead. e principal; Mrs. C. A. Curtis, first aisistant: bliss J. was el irant, second assistant; Miss U. Bellanger, third tiers i assistant: J li.s R. V. Beggs, furthl assistant; Mis Are; M. LI. Cabol, fifth assistant; Mrs. . oore, sixth ma assistant. Webster School-Girls.-Miss L. A. Cavidaly, works, principal: Mrs. L. i. Williams. first assistant; Are MrsA. L. Thompson, first adjunet: Miss S. Easton, second assistant; isse J. Simmons, third ta assistanisnt; Mi D. Mssorr, fourth assistat: liss t 0. Woodworth, fifth assistant: Miss A. ientzel, sater. sixth assistant; Mrs. E. . Pinclhing, seventh a- Are sistant. missis: Paulding-Bloys.--Mlr. L. C. Reed, principal; Mrs. L. .. Cnmpbell, first assistant Miss . J. t i Mills, second assistant: tiss C. A. Warner, third reed I assistant : Miss McLaughlm, focrthassistant. Are Panlgtis --Girls.-Miss II. C. Emerson, prin thbuil cipal: Mis, M. Hogan, fiets asstant: bliss E. Todd, Second assistant: Miss J. Patton, third assistant; se'et, itiss Sarah Chilton, fourth assistant. teferr MIarlshal Bey os.-- M r. s . I. ,Lane, principal; Te Mrs. J. Abbott, frst assistant: Bliss S. looney, second assistant: Miss E. Boydesn, third assistant; Mrs. McCann, fourth assistaat; Miss L. Ridgely, tfifth assistant. The Fronatlin-GOils.-r Mrs. A. Fh . Seatcn, principal; cholet Mrs. E. Matthews, first assaistant: Biss E. Harris, ficatie second assistant bliss K. ialvey. third assistant ; Miss J. iendall, fourth assistaut; Miss V. M. Leech, fifth assistant. in the Fisk--aoys.-- Mr. J. . Patterson, principal; des Mr. J. C. Pierce, first assistant; Mrs. L. A. Fer gnson second assistsant Miiss C. Kassn, third as- pt sistant; Miss Alice A. Shemwnll, ourth ass stant Ot Miss M. Finley, fifth assistant: - - , Stll A sixth assistant: - --. seventh assiscuat. cemel alsdison-Girls.-ltrs. J. Falcoaer, principal; the h irs. M. M . EMcDonald, first assistant; Miss H. Brugniens, second assistant; BMiss M. tacCord, sctte third assistant; MlissoMlary Porter, fourth assistant : to 6 a Miss Mary Kuggy, fifth asistant, may 1 SECOND DISTRICT. Basin Street Sqchool--Boys -Principal, . Fries; first assistant, Mirs. M. J. Clark ; second assistant, Miss E. Donnelly; third assistant, Marie Carre jolles; fourth assistant, Bell V. Marksa. Rampart Street Shool-Girls.-Prineipal, Mrs. M. Dubois; first assistant, Mrs. S. V. IHooper: sec- J;r ond assistant, Miss J. Schleirman ; third assistant, Ag. i Mises I. V. Sarran ; fourth assistant. Miss D. A. Asas Daffy ; fifth assistant, Mrs. M. Begault. uu Blenitle Stredet Slchool-Boys.-Principal, D. Cronan, Jr.: first assistant, Miss A. Carr ; second assistant, Miss E. Wagner; third assistant, Miss E. Sinclair : fourth assistant, Miss S. Schreiver; fifth assistant, Mrs. E. Duffy. Bheobslson Street Schtool- Girls.-Prtncipalt,Miss Annie Fry; first assistant, Mrs. H. J. Stephens second, Miss M. L. Goulemoas; third, Miss M. Paul; fouuth, Miss E. M. McQuaid; fifth, Miss Josephine Giroux; sixth, Miss F. Boiron. St. Philip Street School-Baoys.-Prinaipal, J. J. iMeyaor; first assistant, J.B. Sorapuru; second, Miss Harriet McCarty; third, Miss Cecil Ranzeau ;: fourth, Miss Adele Been; fith, Miss F. Gaudin; Ssixth, Miss Eliza Barry; seventhis, Mss M. English. 0- Barraclcs Street Schol--Girls.-Principal, Miss SJosephine Mettaxa ; first assistant. Miss M. Sassi not; second, Miss E. McCarty; third, bliss A. Ti s ferres; fourth, Miss N.-David; fifth, Mrs. T. wilt Mloton; sixth, Mrs. A. Mailtiot. wil ft. Ann Street School-Girls.--Miss Mary Quenyon, prineipal; Mrs. J. B. Prados, first as- off sistant Misse M. A. Conwell, second assistant; TI Miss F. A. Childress, third assistant; Miss Maria Dist Coulon, fouth assistant; Miss Eulalie Laforgue, Cl French teacher. Claiborne Street chool--Boes.-Lr Massel, acct princippal; Miss Mary E. Stringer, first assistant; pair Miss iE, Grow, seeodt assistant, Mliss O. Burci, A third assistant; Mis L.Cnaell, fourth assistant; Miss 0. Doremus, fifth oassisa.t. ont Bayo BRoad School--Girls.--Mrs. L. Bigot, ont pr ipl; Mis L. Morea, first istnut; Miss A. and ibet, second assistant; Miss E. -egneaud, third A assistant. Bayou Bridge SQehool-Girls.--rs. Wm. ing Audry, principal ; Miss V. McCarty,first assistant; F Mrs. M.L. Kneeus, second assistant. Le rWh FOURTH DISTRICT. Live Oa fi-Boys.-A. B. Chandler, principal; cu Mrs. Mary E. Maldam, first assistant; Miss Miriams Uam Criswel, sacond nsstlstant; Miss Aralella Joils, of third assistant; Miss'Erinua O'Brien, fourth assits. oy a taut; Mrs. E. M. Keplioger, fifth assistant. a Line Oak-Gtirls.-Mrs. Mary S. Miller, princi pal ;Miss Elizabeth Woelper, first assistant; Miss A. Fisher, second assistant; Miss H. C. Knigit, mar third fssistant; Miss M. B. Campbell, fourth as h sistant; tMiss Marcella Wilkianson. fifth assistant. ten Lanrel-Boys.-B. L. Brown, principal; Joe. rO D Taylor, first assistant; Miss C. Cochrane, se cend assistant; Miss Estelle Auvray, third asis. taut; Miss M. H. Warner, fourth assistat; Miss di hi Winifred Silk, fifth assistant. a .aursl.tirls.--Mrs. MBIatllda S. Page, princl Con- al; Miss Emily Wdson, first assistant; Mrs. I. W. n EagM, second assistant; Miss M. Miller, third as- di lsatant; Miss Margaret Moody, fourth assistant; Miss Emma Michal, fifth assistant; Miss Emma ch Quick, sixth assistant. f Branch Sehool.-Mrs. C. Reese, first assistant; cc Miss Mina Stein, second assistant. te Magnolia--Boys.--Thos. B. Criswell, principal ; o SMiss Georgia Dirker, first assistant; bliss Mary E. fit Finerty, second assistant: Miss E. Tobin, third as- B: sistant Miss E. A Chandler, furth assistant. ra , Magtoia-Gia-trls,-Mis Elizabeth liuly, prin cipal: Miss Bessle Patilson, first assistant , Miss Lecise Nille, second assistant; Miss B. Ceas, i third assistant; Miss M. Wirtz lfourth assistant. THIRD DISTRICT. C' Lo Bretone-Boyjs.-Mrs. F. A. Mader. prlnci al; Mrs. S. C. Schroeder, first assistant; Miss 'r dmily Adam, second assistant; Mrs. . Bernos, third assistant; Miss L. DeWint, fourth assistant and French teacher. th Fitimore hoo--Bi ys.- Hogis Berttson princi ppat; Charles Eseoafler, first assistant; irs. L. aerltier, second assistant; Miss E. Butler, thilrd assistant; lse.sA Coll, fonrthoasistant; Miss M. e A. Brady, fifth assistant; Miss A. Desgonttes; sixth be assistant Miss Msry Forward, seventh assistant; e Miss A. Lesgouttes, eighth assistant and French teacher. th Ieaturegarcd-Girls.-Mies E. A. Mills, prin- liq cipal; Miss S. M. Chappel, first assistant; Miss O. Ptl , second assistant; Miss M. Barnes, third ho assistant; Mis Cr. Micaud, fourth assistant and French teacher. Ca Chalmefte--Bora and Cirls.-Miss M. A. muar. phy, principal ; Miss Julia A. Barnes, first asss tant; Miss C. Oo'orke, second assistat 'Mrs. J -. 1. Piles, thi assistant; Miss H. L. Pichot, m fourth assistant; Mias E. Feret, fiftt assistant ; iss J. Simpson, sixth assistant; Miss Emilia Chp- f man, seventh assistant; Miss Lucie lanardon, w French teacher. De.toto--Girls.--Miss Emma Chevalier princi.- J. alt; Miss V. Dchatel. first assistant; Mrs. Ann Js Bell, second assistant Miss Emma Matthey, third d assistant; Miss D. B. Marshall, fourth assistant ; W Miss Eugenie Conlon, filth assistant; Miss A. Mauran, sixth assistant: Miss M. C. Kennedy, at seventh assistant; Miss L. Wagner, Frenchr teacher. fo IWashing.ton--Boyss.-W. B. Kleinpeter, princi- a pal and French teacher; Sam. Brown, first assits tent; Miss C. Cahill, second assistant; Miss A. E. 05 Gallagher, third assistant: Miss E. McGloin, a fourth assistant: Miss A. Vandyke, fifth assis - tant; Mrs. Charles IRoman, sixth assistant. P Washigton-o-6irls.-Mrs. Margaret Jenkins, principal ; Miss E. Thornton, first assistant ; Miss re J. Boyce, second asiostant: Mliss A. Chapins., third assistant: Miss E. Bullin, fourth assistant :01 Miss L. Kennedy, fifth assistant ; Miss K. Armis. tead, sixth assistant ; Miss Louise Giroux, French go teacher. MlcCtarthy--Girls ind Bols.-Misos Eliza Leefe, B princeipal : Miss A. Watson, first nassistant : Mrs. i. Newman, second assistant ; Miss J C. Peterason, third assistant. Ilancock.--Mrs. C. Collerton, principal. 'ortchortrain.- Miss Cecilia O'Neil, principal. 5! on motion of Mr. Leefe, it was resolved that p the teachers' places in the Firet District, not filled, shall be declared vacant after the 31st It was also resolved that the members of the S cocmmittee on teachers from the First District, hould be authorized to fill such vacancies. p The clnair announeced the following committees: 0 el or,n:a .chboIl-E. Bermudez, P. W. Col- si les. James McConnell, Dr. Zehcender. P eo Sueperrision--Firs. Distrit.-Tthomss H. Pt:ield, Jame IicConnecll. T. o'Neil: Sigeond District--A. Sambola. Jules Bcnit. P. tY. Colleus:; Thiird DiDtrit--J. I. E. Massicot. J. F. Thieneman, d D. Sti.i hl;iy: Fourth Distlrict--Dr. Doesler, Dr. /ehendcr and J. G. Parham,. Joint Committees of.the Common Council. examius The finance and streets and landings committees of cons of the comlnon council were in joint session last Elizabel coening, Mr. Prague presiding. Coops The sale by the controller of the contract for the arri building and farming the extension of Poydras IMrket was referred to the finance committee. Conrt Permijion was granted Mr. W. P. Coleman to Sully w erect a steam engine on his premises on Tehoupi- lama P toulas street. damage A petition of the merchants and coal dealersof the Fourth District was referred to the committee The a on streets and landings. auction A petition from sugar brokers and merchants wareho was referred to the city surveyor, with instruc- molasse tions to act. Coon A report from the sub-committee appointed to AucTro make certain inquiries concerning the water- column works, was received and adopted. sheriff A resolution was adopted thanking the fire de- this da partment for granting the city the use of their tioneer steam engines to flood the street gutters with real est water. street, A resolution passed authorizing the street com- lot of t missioner to repair Felicity Road, from Whire street, to Liberty streets, provided the cost does net ex- ated in ceed $300. partie A resolution directing the street commissioner to build five bridges on the east side of Claiborne Pen stret, between Clio and Melpomene streets, was than referred to a sub-committee. New 0 The committees adjourned subject to call, to find this is Mortlary Reports. greate The subjoined table presents the deaths from popuol cholera and other diseases, together with a classi. these 1 fication, with reference to color, reported to the tastes Board of Health, since the existence of cholera city. in the city became an established fact. This table adapta does not include the interments from the Marine induce Hospital, which, being under military control, are fevers not reported to the board. From the 5th to the barera 8th August the board has no returns from the them ( cemeteries. The'first daily report was made to use. the board on the 9th August. That, and all the popul succeeding daily reports, show the interments up princi to 6 o'clock of the morning of the day the report has m may be dated: buyer u 8 1 I z 2' u -- wonesa nos. a m trn excel .I m l f . ~ t' ting, f Ju rt9totug.tt29 - toots164 - -tea4 1ta meat August 0....... at 12 - u a as Boys uust 1...... 24 - 17 - 4 r 1I1...... 27 15 1T 1 2e1 6 e 4n h 12..... t t 16 - 3a o o a mnbi t so....l l it as - m t t ebe f0 0 m b i. as...... t 11a 1 is 1 - ~tr .. ........ so a 0 20 19 a - n h 17...... 241I 9 3 26 20 6 - 50 e 18...... 27 21 6 -27 19 8 - 5 .. 19...... 281e 9 a 3 29 17a s a1 57day. .. 2 ...... s t 8- at21 80 4 holl o 21u m a a 1 in as sa of - ot t 2 ... on 37 e s 2 r a n6 7 - 42ry a..... - H / 5 to an-stled. Be .. .a ssse n ,R , ....a1 11a 1 o 1 To ohn wir .. 8...... 14 5 S 312 O1 e 4|| 0ne Various Iteoms. rein therb The payment of the police for thepresentmonth matt 1will commence on Tuesday next, 3d inst., and tglat will continue daily until the entire force is paid Ot2 r i off. Arm The following arrests were made by the First Ch District police yesterday: strut Charles Foeher saed Charles Curtis, neg oes, H I. accused by Captain J. W. Vawter of stealing five R Spairs of blankets. smal A mule and dray, No. 1l4, having a sack of oats on the dray, stolen from C. H. Pierce. The driver, Pte , 0on finding he was pursued, abandoned the dray n Iand fled. cue rd A. Rovero, accused by James Comisky of hav . ting stolen property in his possession. T t; Four white boys named James Tracey, John will White, Joseph Gore and Thomas Houlihan, ac- lab cosed by Edward Cox, a starter of the cars on T i Canal street, of stealing some thirty dollars' worth ba Is, of tickets from his stand last night, about 11 be i- o'clock,while he was engaged in assisting to put e: a car onilhe track. T hInquests. foal : Coroner DelerytJeld the following inquest yes- the terday :Ga 08. On the body of John Muller, natire of Switzer- the ®: land, aged five years, d6 Bienville street. Ver iss diet-cholera. the act- Neeorde-s' Counts. lga W. Fsawe DsaTRIcT.-The following busaness was dre s- disposed of by Recorder Ahern pesterday: ol nt; John Novelllt, against whom four different ma chargesof obtaining provisions ans mosey by $2a fraudulent representations were preferred, was ens nt committed before the First District Court t o bea tried upon each complaint. He is charged wifeta al; obtaining in this manner, the value of $t 7a in sa E. fishfrom Laurence Tun; vegetables, etc., wcrthn e as- $32, from Anthony B.ambola, and meat and bor. h rowed money ao the amount of $13 25, fron John hb ri- Duratina, lall dealers in 6t. Mary'a Mt:set, and to regethbles from Domisick Tond, in Dryadps Mar ket, to the value of $t2. James Mahoney was sent before the Dwhrict Cort tobe tred on a charge of asaulting John O'Brien, No. 189 Tchoupitoulas street, wit$ an ron bar, on the 11th inst., with intent to kil. The complaint agasint Jactb SchmidQbtaiu Cmn or Charles Farmer, corner of Paydraa and i ehe ...ve streets, that he had embezzled the e of hirt thousand dollars from his employer, ats Issed fey request of MNr Farmer. Matthew Dega was arraigned on a charge of ,mbeaolemen , and the examination of his else p. as set for the 5th of next month. Mr. regan as een a bar keeper in the employ of Mr. E. oyd, nder the St. Charles Hotel, wrh alenes hat the ·acrsed has appropriated to his owes iqnorsof the value of e, nertrusted tobimfor . H The foloowing parties were sent to the w lrk Henrietta Brewn, for iasltting and torg Throline sander; Bridget Burke alil H t treated as slewd and aohandonod iv H fohnson alias Joe Mitchelf, for v ad. fames McDonald, for habital x noths etoeach. Mary Ann Burke, arrested for lar 5 rem Malinda Barnes, colored; W. or drunkenness and vagrancy, nine h. HE William McGuire, for the same offenso et ps..a n i. L. Watl and B. B. Brown, habitua p fames Lookland, for sleeping on the street, ty ays each. s. Subjoined is a list of the fines impsoed: a Wallace, for drunkenness,. disturbing, th ace an, and tearing the uniform of officer Da. - ar rested him, $25, from whichthe ofcer Ibtobaid for his coat; John Smith, for disturbing the pace at the corner of White and Erato tteeaeon Wednesday afternoon, $10; Owen Dovarr.for assaulting Charles MoKinley, $5; John Qoutan HE and M. W. Ford,for being drunk,nand John Matin and Joseph Herm for fighting and distnrbingthe peace, $2 50 each. Become DsTRce.--The workhouse brigade oas recruited by the following enlistments: John Johns. John Taylor, Win. Meyer,whoept Th on the levee, ninety days. Rose William, colored, for usinog obscene an oage in Place d'Armencs, sixty days. nMary Baptiete, colored, for using obscene an guage on Bienville, sixty days. James Smith, a vagrant, ninety days. Augoustine Phillips, who stole potatoes onihe levee, sixty days. Miss Bridget Coffer, who was charged wituhas solting M'ile Mary Smith, was sentto tont palsh prison, as she could not find anybody bolhenotgh l no bet $100 that she would be present whan caed Edmund Burke, (no dout a descendant of ihe great orator,) went to the same institution forbhe same reason. Thle following offenders against city ordinaoes were fined or allowed to select a residence nlathe parish prison: E. C. Stockton, who was found drunk on Coni atreet. $2 50 or two days in pariah prl n. He paid up and went his way rejoieing. Jacob Joger, kicked up a mass on thelevet $5 or five days. Michael Dorsey, drunkl, $2 50 or two days. Jameo Weaver, drunken rowdy, $10 or ten days. P'hil. Johnson, colored, Alex. Bripbneomd Chas. Hopf, charged with various serionus ofenes, were held in boids to appear wtenwanedfor de examinaiution. Hopf's case is a had chaele.-tinl ti of conspiring to procure premature dIwerr of St Elizabeth Seigle. 5$ Cooper's Well Express leaves Byram stattol on J. the arriRval of each passenger train up otdoel. i CeOTN AT Arc tcro.--Messrs. Vo n ZItbes & Sully will sell at five this evening, at the ala- .j balna Press, twenty hales of cotton mov or ess m damaged. I The sheriff of the parish of Orleans will eel at auction, on this day at 5 o'clock r. a., at his warehouse No. 23 Jefferson street, beaef, plork, t molasses, etc. V--r* T--por .. n Plr ýrvn ;-Ri Fr ý.n £CTIOD BY THE SBERIFF.-By referring to oer and now olumis of advertisements it will be seen that the renew tb heriff of the parish of Orleans, will sell at aution sending dis day, at noon, at the Merchants' and uc- men in t oneers' Exchange,Royal street. choice imprved charter oal estate, situated in suburb Treme, on Vilere question treet, Second District of this city, and a valable people a it of ground on Prytania street, corner of Sxth doctrine treet, Fourth District. Also a tract of latlditu- war?" .ted in the parish of Livingston, iqpthis State. For submit iarticulars and terms setadvertisement. A every _______________0 commee PCBE FRENoC WoEs.-It- has been etilbyiore Christia: han one observant tourist in Ainer in again t few Orleans alone could the connoisseeu ct against :o find drinkable French wines. The rl of make e his is partly owing to the fact that tl a harmon greater admixture of the Latin races ur the Phil population than any other on this con ntland denee these races have stamped the peculiarities o heir profess tastes in the drinking line upon the peioe of our gentlen city. The wines of France also are peculiarly South, adapted to our climate, and whenever used freely, to the 1 induce longevity and preclude the ocourrseac of actions fevers. In fact, they appear to be thtib natural dare to beverage of the latitude, and few o try try Have them ever consent willingly to discont., their islosti use. But on account of this peculiar o our govern population, a trade has sprang up leang un- It hbae principled sharpers of a certain locat ich adhesis has made no little trouble among the u~ ting fidence buyers, and which has had the effect briging said th wines which formerly stood high, lPo disp ute. the sw' We would therefore warn our readers antst buy the Us except fromimporters of respectability ad tand- backd ing, from whom they can at all timese rely sn get- come I ting pure and good articles. Such an dltablish- taken ment is that of Ilessrs. C. Cavaroc & Co., No. 116 shall b Royal street. The gentlemen composing thi firm distrus are among our first merchants, and anything no can which they would recommend must, of neesaity, He H be unexceptionable. We invite the attention of for the all our readers to their advertisement, whle l will were I be found in another column of the CRseSMr to· Grant day. The brands which this old and resptetable good house keep, are there enumerated, and the con- said , noiseur given an opportunity to select the best at paid a his leisure, and then go and make his purchase. and t BRITIsa GUNBOATS ON THE LAK~x.--Smnm per- orb sons are very industrious in circulating stories o about. the defenseless condition of the lakes, will tI which have no sort of trath in them. When we would remember that at the time of the last Fenian raid stand there was not a single gunboat on thelakes, it is a reach matter of congratulation, as well as of surprise, n that we have now seven boats of this cl.aracter cpti upon these waters. They are as follows: Weoul Britomarte-Lient. Alington, 40 menand2large partl Armstrong ns.the Cherb-Lieut. Huntly, 40 men and 2 large Arm- the strong guns. in thl Heron- - , 40 men and 2 large ArmStrong and Rescue-Liet. Fairlie, 40men and 2 Armseongs, to r smaller si.ros St. Andrew--Lieut. Smith, 40 men and.4 field claim pieces. babe Rloyal-Lieut. Boyee, 40 men and 4 field pieces. ,f th In addition to the present armament of tile Res cue and Michigan, they will soon have two more (Et guns, one of wlich was lauded in this city tester- Thb day by the Heron. Iask The Britomarte, Cherub, Rescue and Michigan, and i will be engaged between Fort Erie and the upper lakes, constantly on the move and ready for im- trys mediate service. be P The Heron, St. Andrew and Royal, with another the " boat, which is expected to arrive next week, will app be used on Lake Ontario and the river St. Law- the rence.-[Toronto Globe. fH =the TaE NEEDLE GUN REJECTED IN FRANCs.-The Al needle gun has again been tried at Chalons, and dent found wanting. About one hundred and fifty of these weapons were put into the bands of the ville Guards, and the commission has repurttd that these rifles are not suitable to French troops. Toe BRHaieN Ross-Wiet.-A correspondent to Fa the Nation gives an estimate of the value of the famous Bremen rose-wein, which, in the year 1624, coalt $165 per cask, and is now two bhno a dred and forty-two years old. Calculatlpg the original outlay at ten per cent. compound interest, Th 1 he states that in 1865 the value of each cask was y $231,883,.905,000, or nearly ninety times tie pres ent debt of the United States; whilst each bottle owas worth $161,039,499, very nearly the sain real i zaedo from duties onimports in the United States I 1 to aat year. Each glass was worth $20,000.00, and me ab egph drop t20,000. We ahould think stit ti e wise wi ar" had been kept almost too long. e;ud the owners an had eatter oealize"' soon, tictas theywaant to Fe ad loe oelt. lot T'.LEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES. HE I'RESIDENTIAL BANQUET. reide nt Toh.nonS ,eaksat Great Length Et Policy Ab ly ad euoidy Ehlborsaed. IE ASKS IF ANOTHER DEADLY CONFLICT IS TO BE FOIiCED ON. IE ADVOCATE8 UNIt )N, HARMONY, PEACE AND JLI TICE. the PhIladell Ia teevh tle l a Preor f Ora Wealr Por LE DESIRES TO SEE THE &OVERNIEN'T RE-ESTABLISHD.. --r-eral Gran is With the inPnt Now, Pubic b In the Field. Now, as in t Re he Field Wl Its Mnhoed, mad All Its Loyalt.: - DEPARTURE FOR ALBANY: orw Yoe.K, Aug. 30.-The banquet to the Prei- The D nt last night was a splendid afa'ir. Among ose present were Gen. Grant, Admiral Farragsut, andra ecretaries Seward and Wells. Gen. Rousseau,the and, aft exican and Brazilian mmisters, A. T. Stewart, the van J. Astor, and upwards of two hundred citizen one litt The President spoke at great length. and said herself the course of his remarks that thie government LaVE ent to war for the express purpose of preserving cotton ne union of these States, and that the govern aent had establaihed the greatfact that the States curent ave not the power or the right, either by forcible The b rpeaceful means, to separate from each other; The at that Congress has practically assumed, and low m p to the present time carried out, the doctrine Loena hat the government was dissolved and theqe States cere out of the Union. We denied their right to secede even peaceably, ran net ad now we find when these States seek again to enew their practical relations with the Union by tons a ending representatives to Congress, there are 7J.; Er nen in that body who, in violation of our great harter of liberty, refuse to admit them. The ouestion is, "Will we submit, will the American Ban meople submit to this practical assertion of the loctrine they repudiated and overthrew by the var?" That issue is before you. If we submit to this we give the lie direct to svery position taken by us since the war :ommenced. He asked in the spirit of HE BE Christian and sound philosophy,if we are prepared again to see one portion of the country arrayed against the other in deadly confict, or shall' we make every effort to unite the whole country in harmony and brotherly affection? Referring to the Philadelphia convention, he said the best evi dence that can be shown of loyalty are the loyal professions and loyal actions, and when these gentlemen met in convention from the North and The a South, they came forward and professed devotion to the Union and Constitution, and when their actions and professions correspond, who shall dare to doubt them? Have we reached that point where all confidence Chole is lost in men? If we have, I tell you that your government is not as strong as a rope of sand. It has no weight, and will tumble to pieces. The adhesive power of this government is in the con fidence which the people put in each other. He INTE said the South had accepted the arbitrament of the sword and lost, and wanted to return again to the Union. He did not want to see them come back degraded and debased, but wanted them to come with all their manhood. They had again taken up the Constitution, and ask that its laws shall be enforced. What, then, was the cause of distrust or lack of confidence in them? There is no cause. He also said Gen. Grant and himself had fought for the Union at one end of the line, and now they Bs were fighting for it at the other, and though Gen. Wagn Grant was not in the fleld, he was doing equally At good service. (Laughter and applause.) He Mond said our three thousand million of debt could be wan e paid only by the consolidation of our nationality was a and the popularity of the Union of the States. the r In conclusion he said the demonstration in Now be to York confirmed him in his opinion that the people one o will take care of the government, and those who Tai would attempt to check their purpose had better iasuse stand out of the way. For himself he had this reached the summit of his ambition with one ex- pose ception. He said there is but one thing wanting. and Would you hear it? (Cries of "yesl"" At this o s particular crisis and period of our history, when crati the States are in peril, if I can be the instrument Idah in the hands of the people of restoring this Union S, and making it complete, causing the government werm to recommence its glorious and mighty career of peal prosperity and greatness, I will be willing to ex- the I claim as some one did of old when he saw the TI babe born in the manger, " I have seen the glory soul of thy salvation, let thy servant depart in peace." Sn (Enthusiastic applause.) day That being done, my ambition is completed. TI I ask nothing more. I would rather live in history, is hi and live in the hearts and affections of my coun- H trymen ashavingconsummated this grat endthan ing. be President of the United States forever. Here twn r the audience broke into an irrepressible burst of bha 11 applause, and, on the call of Ge.Sanford, gave L three cheers for Andrew Johnson, the restorer of tob the Union. Ae fter a drive through Central Park, the Presi- In dent and Gen.-Granttook a boat at Manhattan. 174 ville for Albany. at bra o Favorable Report on the Public Debt, cs ie on a du an a The Estimates of the Cotton Crop. Tb aat ea WasumGeNl, Aug. 30,-The public debt state- 1t snd mentwill be lisued about the 2d proximo, and di ine will show considerable reduction of the debt. et er From the fact of a sixty-three million temporary as loanhaving been called in, a much less amount of ti orrency at Washington will be found in we reasury. The coin balance will be largely in :reased. a NEw Yoar, Aug. 30.--dAices per steamer 1tx. sla state that Dr. Forbes, the sotton commis loner for the Indian government, who recently itred the cotton States, estimates the cotton 'op at one millioa two hundred thousand bales. T rh se CrtolleeaU ll produce one hundred thousand ch ales; Georga one hundred and dfty thosand; t Uthe lsnms two habdad thousand, and the other tions our State will not excee ve haded thousand, Amo then p 3Y THE ATLANTIG OAJBIE. s'e under CHIT CANDIAN REVOLT tIme, with foot. aslan Attentians to the United State of the nin p Embassy. un1ty been ---++--- I ha bluens XPEOTED IN PARIS THAT MAXIMILIAN month WILL ABDICATE. there via: cal ca Co erov'eayOPr,, Wednesday, Aug. 29.-Affairs the f Turkey: The revolt In Candla iaprogressin of e Christian inhabirants have asserted their inde- whic odence of the Turkish empire. Consequently I therefc anounced in a state of siege. This tate es . Wednesday, Aug. *.-The United not the messes any ,ei votysled complimentary ad r dise umber of the-psslopal citiesAlS from a large hIs uior of Russias • ' - the in a.vtarooL, 'iusday, neon-The Cotton mar- tosne et is weak and prioes are declining. The sales i-day are estirsted at 10,600 bales. Middling blue i plaudeare quoted- atl13d. 'bhebreadst.l mar- know etis without change. The pelvisions rket is The ,chaaged. wlot Lovnes, Thursday, August 30-noon,-The tin i toneymarket Iseasier. The Beakof England to- excesi sy reduced its rate of. discount t6 cent. Con- I ols have advanced and are quoted-at 895 for blaens coney. American seorities are better. le herl arrent pr:es are U. 8C-5-20 72$, Erie Railroad 14,1 hares 45j, Illinois Central S9g. atmos Paris, Thursday evening, August 9.-The be r, if grows here that Maxirilian will abdicate the ~go rown of Mexico. tance. The Debate,.to-day in its editorial, alhdes to the the vii cnors paid to-the Americai-embassy in Russia, latrie ad, after making the eignifeant inquiry,"what is he value of these demonstrations between the unitedStates and Russia," says that France has A p one little to revive the old friendship between P i erself and the United States. leve 1 LtvivrooL, Thursday Evening, Aug. 30.-The fg otton market closes unchanged, at the rates "ser, crrent at noon. The sales foot up 10,000 bales. pond The breadstnffs market is flat. and prices are p r .iminal with a downward tendency.. her The provision markert I. unchanged. The tal- th 41 ow market is very kfm.p itt LoDsuos, Thursday Evening, Aug.,.-Consol eight oused at 893 for money. The market foi Ameri- boat. can securities is steady, though United Staten whl ends closed a trifle easier. The aloeing quota- tate ions are,: U.S. 5-20's,'l25; Illinois Central shares, hart 91.; Erie shares, 451. weap Jol Banks on the President and General Grant. bin tr of m feree HE BENOUNCES THEM IRRETRIEVABLY Th aa - bring from THE PRESIIIDENT A "PROSPECTIVE TRAITOR," GEN, th, GRANT A " TIME SERVER." A paul sfte The Bebels Will Not Beplacs Grant by a Banks, But by a "Rebel" General. puo fore Pro Cholera Increasing in Memphis--Abating the in St. Louis. hen he' INTERESTING MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. Ba csi HOINME MARHETS-RIVER NEWS. car Ac atlu ens Ete.. Etc.. fe. of iner the Jose ...A disi mission BoroN, August 30.-Arrived, steamer F. D. recenti; Vagner from Charleston. with tin At a radical mass meeting held in Portland, on fonday, Gen. Banks intimated that the President ersel ras a prospective traitor, and that Gen. Grant ras a time server. He said that the first act f One he rebels after their accession to power would met an se to remove Gen. Grant .from office and place hot. me of their own generals in his stead. Tsmeroe, N. J., Aug. 30.-Gov. Ward has nothing asued a proclamation convening the legislatureof much this State on the 10th of September, for the pur. pose of ratifying the constitutional amendment DBa and filling the existing senatorial vacancy. right SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 30.-Holbrook, the Demo- been c cratie candidate for delegateto Congress from ennnoi Idaho, willt have 600 majority. Nation ST. Loutus, Aug. 30.-Oly 63 cholera interments reon ti were reported yesterday. The epidemic is disap- nexati pearing from the central and business portion of kind o the city.n etas The Missouri delegation to the Philadelphia nalu Southern Unionists' convention, left here to-day. ikewi Bamuel Plant, a prominent merchant, died to- occa day of typhoid fever. " The general markets are unchanged. Whisky throue is higher at $2 27@$2 28. other Maxruss, Aug. 30.-The cholera is still increas- 'the ing. Twenty-one cases are reported to-day, not, r twenty of which proved fatal. No report has from been received from the city hospital. Will 1 LOUISVILLE, Aug. 30.-Sales 125 hhds. of leaf of se' tobacco at full prices. Flour, euperfine $7. Prime grani red wheat $2 25. Corn dull and drooping. Oats siely in bnlk.3ce. Mess pork $3S 25. Bacon,shoulders 17c., clear aides 21ic. Lard 21c. Whisky firm A at $2 26. ter CINCIrNATI, Aug. 30.-Flour unchanged; trade brands in demand. Wheat quiet and unchanged. bour Corn dull at 55c. Oats dull at 30@36c. Whisky '" pa unchanged and in moderate demand at $2 2, mi duty free, and$220 in bond. Provisions unchanged we and quiet. Mess pork, sales of 300 bbls. at $33. so There is a light consumptive demand for bacon and and bulk meats at the last quotatioti Lard dull Ips at 20c. Gold 147. coer .NEw YOBE, August 30.-United States -20's Los - 1121 i 10-40's 103. Gold closed at 1471. Flour due I doll at $9 75115 50 for Southern. Wheat 2@tc., m corn 152c. lower. Oats lc. lower. Beef quiet, Mr I sales 2250 barrels of mess at $32 75. Lard dull at me If 18}~204c, tWhlsky active. Cotton dull; sales me 0 balrs at 33c-354. Sugar ;c. higher. . ljuiri. Moluqvvs'duli. Turpentunn e8'jff f. V.xavmrno, Aug. 30.-Passed up, Pauline C roll at 12 a., and down, Leonora at It A. . River ruing. Sowwsvs PAR-, Aug. 3 -The steamship Hlarlan went to sea at 7 o'clock this morning. The ships Louis Henry, Bavaria and Harriet Ir ving, and the bark Montana are at anchor ountside. The steamship Rapidan, from Galveston, Is com ing in over the ber: Wea r sormy. Wind west, fresh. Qno.aarusgu, Ao& 3f.'--Bemumong in quras schooner Liazzie. r I cis ala eti, dry dock, p k, up in tow at t"a mslan xi s To the dOtler Sir-Dotrng the fthe lbs of cholera in the yar At w ta to the general as.tsdi tions. which orawullud. ioa Amona them natI . .l foa henet.ius of the atmoep U11im my report ppon the meteor Iare, mu~,and hs zve *li e. f j. .,kat nigt fewe laslon ni the clota a. then r M en eatof u 'tof grot: s Royal 0 , eshave ased in hl o h ' to c er aeared wihte lntr~ih h r-: yasssetelstw3ain'i ths Maws the wind w eek, uaelthe 0th in . nin retre puned ono te ti;, Oins o.uly for sixty or 5ee 81ts samel .ft hat been no changree In this he r have examined thoe a for thin blueness, aticurlaturly months, anb aft nsever n it sine. e o f th e siec, th ou gh It t. . thea or 184. In my recent t the ralster general, o p_ th , M - viz :.tine 3 have h stlated that se oeet. uer them ar e . .~rea ubra _,u: _ -. . none certainly apped up to Ju l Dueist the following werek , ' aetlae et, l and on my reoun to the observutory oon . e l of July. tat onne saw the same p onssuoa which I had remuep d in September, 1854. tue therefore unable to say when it fort eonfred, Thi blue mist is M eppIreno. . ll ae th e it ex cal chol eraic onditio ns had bee n ' a nd tends folly to ther top of the bee., though It is not then o eastlyo t hea Iwtm ta sut easily blioen., aenld atoM a eps mdl5 .uovr Isml diherible t.mgtough as woch atmosphope Idt pOa. u hin svie ..e. r hm ,.,,m ..to f the G'f ýi mibcen msayld&~ D~~U act exea. eO bOse~ al~e.n ' the bona ml IFp eAta near them are colored blnet gap to`s, i tfhere u&M ar9dlerd af utloat e nmoke-oiO.nk-Qgrod. when it "9lt04 tHin hble is Inerensed B:y ,pE . intawl iaf tth with a low potee. lt'si a to tmowwhe heeir itg t e tcgaover Thre neyol d mer tint of ofmi t kn!w wit the prevalence f dof. qud t]e b.im let - low mint presoeptlibl0 in hee manner when sean. tina is prevalente-; hrin n4bin cus i, theln any excaei ofhumitiit in the ale.. , ' I may remanut, that witathe r ,exee ar the hboeness, and a miat, ase noe over t aEadm undt Eaeex, there are.no other o the pecolna a·tmo rpheric e .aditlona whlolnpr.tved n183,.ilao and 1e54r, aui Lsuaunss 'oi ef he.lt.st.gnatilnof the atmodphore, exteemehigh reding of the . er. me. ter, etc. This holds ott thobeIe that Ihisvisita tion maoy nt extend a be otf "og eontnnasfe. As anah researches s these are ofhýh Ipor tante. mayI ask:yostop"ohib hea r Mlscts with the pview of dtreting the ettleatotw obhervers to atrvinta beyond my sphere of ebservation 1L. am, uir, yorOs, etc., JAl 0lA 1u0.i . Beackheath, hAugutla. A pair of boys belongi g to the Waveevly(Tnow} P i dsnix, have made tothe tor ot%.eppper be lieve that they itently . saw In lothe rr, near the town, a snkne meaaoring trnofeet in dlunegdr and fitesn or twenty fe t in length. Alnfotaltlg tt he I " s~entioe atory," the. P~eauizeayo We sap posed they wereyuxarning,' s4.4d aoteedtt the report. On Ionray Mr. tisayer ar. ,huuom weredowatherifersaa f tits miles; " the wler spdo ashing tn ter , hes mnsee lootingt r fh th negtopq, they a .n s ags t)o _ S' aDfmtnl opstream. He was butbMntjftteat l eighteen inchlesi bread ahorome the bahd: itid, whent e awmntrog. threw np e avoe niobie woke en e r boat. A da or two afterwrdi Mr. othisr.ck, as wine lai oJ~r W1. apxa ts b him utihis po r-ino ptaedba h auror s $ttewith blat, ht s having b' biw aaveils lt~me "effect upon bro w '" int nallyleft eslm forolrsdt firsome weapon with which ne hill hiim.,bt when he rc trnnsd he hud gene into the river 4nd escaped." John Brannon boa been condnctor on th Sutt dusky and Clncloutti railroad for sixteen yearn, and dating all that time kus nerer lost a da fron kin train. He maues ihe raeef tseroud, 150 miles, every day, or 5tti3 miles a year. The number of mileo he lio ron' aice he hun been on the road is 808,4o0 or uboot thirty-two times the crcnum fereoce of the earth. y -I The lady who did not think It revealable to bring up her children to work 'has lately heard from her two sons. One of them is a barkeeper on a flathoat, and the other is a steward in a brick yard. A HBno.-At the fight ast Kiosengen. the oc pant of a top story in a cornerhorse,thewindows of which overlooed both the adjacent streets after compelling his family to leave him locked himself in, and, being well provided with ammo nition, continued from his post of advantage t, pour a deadly fire uponthe invaders. lInthe noise and confusaion of the melee, it was some time be fore their assailant was obeerved, bA. party - of Prussians then entered the honse and called onthe man to surrender. He refued to do no, or to open the door, which they burst in- but as it had beea heavily barricaded on the nside, i, solituary de fender was able to bayonet two of his foeas before he was overpowered and slain. Within an hour. after the arrival of an additional division of 40,000 men rendered fnrtherrenistance on the part of the I. Bavariana hopeles, the eutanambered garrison capitulated, end the carnage cenned. Prtorwith old feelings and habits seemed to resume their sway. The good ofces of pi.ty and generadty were freely interchanged. Te wounddn wee oared for, and the dead treated wlth everyrespect. A corporal's guard returned to the houae elready alluded to,took up the corpse ofthe lringle handed enemy, bore it with honor to'the appointed place of interment, and set up a little 0 over twith the inscription, "This was truly a brave man." A disgusted "reb" in the valley ha had e cona mission sent him u captain of a mAltia company. 1. recently formed in his county. He returged It with the following indoremen ' SEanarnwavans Dn Tou Flo Aeg. 2 it Bespectfully returned disapprMved. b-- Gov t ernor Pierpoat and ha Viirghlinmfiitla of One exeedinglj wetsr ds .auly a neighbor Id met an old meaaitd remarked tha it was very ;e hot. "es," says he, "if it waen't for one thing; I shold saye w ere oin to have a thaw. anWhat~ ise.aty uqredu f riend. "'hare • noWhat h o..o." aysJoe. The mann went a hn wa ofmuh enlightened. Szr sso r.]. ,.'m--W-- jo~ nt Suijeslete nie )slca5oefflf5.'TW0Af~idlOcr D. C., Agul stl.-Sir--The question an to the right of State to secede from, the Union having 1- been settled by "the logie of events," 'ans is now m enuonciated as a fundamental prineiple by the late National Union Convention at Piel .ia, I ait reminded that old Masachusetts, my nati State once threatened to secede in the pventof the an P- nexation of Texas, and actually didps anomne of kind of an ordinance to that effect, whiclh she haa never repealed. Now, inasmunchanstheasnenther - States which passed similar ordinneee have re hipealed the same, ought not HManohdtette to d I likewise' I want to visit my old native State to- oceaslonally''hut believing in the doetrine that "no State or combination of States have the right to withdraw from the Union, or to extalde. y through their action toin Congres or otherwise, any other patoe or States from the Union," and that use- "the Uhlou of these State is perpetual," lIan anot, without doing violence to my own feelings. visit my native State so long as see ha secesosio han from the Union inscribed upon her statute books. Will not the old Bay Slate repeal her ordinance. leaf of seession and come back into the Union, andt me receive that name forgiveness which has been p ranted to her erring Southern sister, who fool late tshly followedher own bad examplel dere leu. nawai latellasar firm A Scoar or on Pnis Boaanu.-- Paris let _ tor in a London journal contains the following: o There were some odd stories to-day about the god boarse. The sixty-two capitalists who formthe sky ' parquet" are said to be, this last aettement. 'p.r mqna a million sterling. Individual asettianment meds were, on the whole, the exception. One gentle Sg man received £6007; but, finding he realy owes 33.so much tht he could not py a al, he T£10t acon and has gone "aux eauz" with the baa . "If 1dull I pay all, I shall owe a lot, and whk l I find money for iee eaut ?" akled this psaolle.al nan Stier-who reminds me of a defypltr who owe la's Lord George Bentinok a lot of money, and wan Flonr donned, more suo, by " My Lard" whenever thei ®tc., met. "When I can, my lord," was the s.rppe answer. At lat Lord teore aid,"Bat uppse quiet, Mr. Blank, you sold that farm of yours and pail lull at mean " "Suppose I did,my tlord, whO would give anleon me another,' was the reply.