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VOLUME XVII. FRIDAY. MORNING MAY 15 1868 NU VIMEXII. .IE \ll RIDAY. MORHNING, MAY lu, 1868 U BI 3 .1 Csanr, snmoolh Skin BEAT I'I1'I'L (COMPLEN ION -FOLLOW n" 553 OF 1HE1L1lOLD'S Coacanlrated Extract Barsaparilla. IT REMOVED BLACK SPOTS, PTIPLEt, MOTH PATCHES AND ALL ERUPTIONS OF TILE SKIN. Is the lprtrt Monthbs te system natura'ly un.lter: n a <* uI R a, d HEI M HOLD,1 II ;HLY C(Oyli' TR 1T1TD J.1'l1tA('1 OF bARbAI'Ar.iLLA is ain a.,sia u': t .o ':reatt v alue 1COUNG LADILB. BEWARE' of It ttriourn effc.t of Face Powders ad Wantae All such remelies -ln.e uit t'e p rrer of thl, skin, and ilt s et rt lim de .tr r 1 . · c ; ' or: ,n If y . wrnu'd have a free. healthy a d moth'.l a;,easranq e, lE IIhLMBILDIi8 AXTRIACT tIARiAPARILLA. Wy t a few of tle wors. t dierders that aTc' met- krin,] srie trnniem rul,tin off the ble. HELaMBOLDf' EXTRAT IARRAPARILLA IB A KEMEDY o( the ut:,i t 'a: e. HELMHOLD'S EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA cleaues ad renovates the bloord, Instls the vigor of health In:: the ysltaw and i tar gee out the humors that lke drs. Qi ANTITT TB QUALITY-RHELBOLD'S ETTRrfT IARBAPARILLA The dose is c ni. Th ,e whs do.ire la rg e q u a n tity a n d la rg e d o se s o f m e d i tin e iw't. Thse who desire BRILLIANCY OF COMI'LE\TOI eerit pnrily rd enlth the blod, whtich HtL BOLD' ('Ohc'ENTRATED EXTRACT )OF &R'tAPARILI.A INVARIABLY DO:.8. Ask for llelmboltas. TAKE NO OHIFR IILMnBOLD'R (O)N('ENTRATED EXTRAr'f BAR ;,AVARILLA is the OREAT BLOOD PURIrlhK I4ELLMBOLUU' HIGHLY CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT PARSAPARILLA ERADICATES ERUPTIVE AND ULCERATIVE DISEASES LIIROAT. NOBE, EYES. EYELIDS, SCAL' AND -vatus ;SO DISFIGURE THE APPEARANCE, THE EVIL EFFECTS OF MERCURY Remenlag All Tiaite. Itre Remnants oi Dtsaass, bareditary or ethrwi'cv, n ic s takeon by Adulits and (Ohildrsn with Pere ect Nafety. Two Tablepreraful of the EXrRAt'IrT NARAIb PI ]1i.LA, aded o a pint of eater. is ell to the Liabrn D )r Drbk, and oe b(ttle is equal tS a gnllon or thrs Syrup vl arat artila., or theOca'tlones us rly maea As intetrtlrg ietEr ts publ'ahed in the Bed ~r-'hr:lrrtcsl [tl.ew., on the ri:bject of hte xtraCt of Slareil a en r .r tau atlectoas. Uy BtJ YTracvr s.F. 9. Ls.*(c. rpllaingr, tbsed irerta' n c c tees naM srlfromtheerceasof'!er. y ,e statles 'tiat IsO HI REF)Y IB EQUAL TO Tile LX IRAt'T OF S~ARAPARILLA ite pawer xtraerdi,nr, rr re ro than any other dreg I am saqustaed with. i i. Ira the Lrt.rest se a tr(te wnth this tcraluable attriinte, thit it rappltcble to r st ea vt e In ae uludm.ad yet so trr'table ar ruar-s tlw a~urna obea f te An elI Una valable or arujarIou" HELMBOLD S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT BARSAPARILLA, EBTABLISBED EPWARD O0 18 YEARS, H. T. HELKBOLD, Dawergi AND CaYrNT, NM Iresdr', New rork. Seld by dnbgte everwhs W1A-1 a pa rbetttse Os t he asP. M A THE ORE8 ENT'S DISPATOKE,I FROJ1 WASH IN .TON. Condition of the Three ick Senators RADICAL TACTICS TO SECURE IMPEACHMENT. TBE OMNIBUS ADJISiION BILL PASSED I le Sic'k Senators Improvin t. SENATOID IIENI)ERDSON DOUBTFUL. Meeting of the Impeachment Managers AWARDS OF THE COURT OF CLAIMS WA.PIlinITON, May 14.--enator Howard was reo t an. set nikit, and is &al jelirei u+. (;llnle's right aim I parlially ureles. but he is in to danger, the gh ii siours al A d&uied. C',, it s" indiepo itiioin is totlhing se-riu,. 'lie ('hicago iost su-tri ,s Trimni ll. O.itide iltreisre is teemenidouo end the result dispute:l. A tanorable vote for the p)resident will not le a:eowed until alfter the t'iicago conveution. ", rrr.-N- aees:ou. Ii,.'. - After in ri portant t bu-iness the omni ,.- ladit..eIoIl till vwa Itna med. P'ruyn yp -ko :;let im opposition. Btouok f.1Io.ved. He auke of t e unfit chracter of the r preoeutatives, al.idang particubrly to Flor J. Stevens in'tr Ipttd, saying he wea wil;ng t) agree that the Ir pll s'c tatcies fr nit Flor.da Rhould ct he a l inttsd Brooks was gladi Stesetu agree] w t1i liitl (on fhat I-ontt. aihd lr, '..--ed, asayirg thet Alabal ua. G( ot i, aet i,:l-er ltates were c In tl , it In like lmah il r by siuatters i: in ntailni that the Ir cohventii)l and le lslat'res- wro t'n-i n ' ol imen who h.it n r ilterest in the Str t u b, 1.. il 1t I t ilnders'o A by the pep.e, nor d.d t( e unles tand the people. Ii;t oks prtceeeded "A tyranny worse than tleat t tvr counten oced by the zr of i asja. , or l.e ·uitan of 'urkey, had been perpetrated upn the perl.le there by the towers that a id di tor il.ll.td to control the e ,'cti,ils tfiere by a,,y means. Ii nat'tr how or by what niclud. The wioie S iert I f eoigreeiuinal Ith ilation was apparent. it asc all intetnded to radica!zehee ,Soith ; aul tLe laity in power here have awn sty and par I-rn and ICeconie for any IniI wio emllraes rod i i i iI. io uatter what his peat coiddt t or past a it in ,y lave been, or how deep.y and darkly Ihis aidsl bad been imbued in treossn. Th,-e who .cci :pted radical vews were paidoned by whole 1'Pyne and Ilingham advocated the passoge ,f t the till. Woodbrldge ofiered an amendment to s'rike Alabanma from tte hi I. lat--t;' to 7t . N:evena'a anit ndllllt in r.-ference to debts due 'icl men In in Georgia was adopted by 7' to 0. 'lhe anendment sIrking troin the first section thi celauce prohltitiig change of Consti'ti.n., aInd inserting " th.t the :'oustiruti.nus of sail 'tatess shall never be amer tied or chanized so as to discriminate in favor of or against aiey citiz,"n, or class of citizens. of the United States, in ref trence to the right to vote, who are now entitled to vote ty baid Constiitutons," was adopted with -out d,vision. An aienI,dment that all citz-.na of the United -tPtte in those Sta'es shall be Admitted to equal r!ghts of sufrage, was rejected without division. I he bill then passed- 10, to 20. Adj urned. 'The three sick senators are improving, but are still confined to their room,. The impeachment managers were in sesaou to dur exaIUi"'-s partlies. Neither the object nor fuloil details of their proceedings have transpired. Warden, the prieident's phonographer, and :Evarts, the president's counsel, were before thaIn.l 'lie court .of claims has awarded over half a nmiliorn of dollars for abandoned and captured cotton, inl;tding one case of $II(),O00. S-c.natr Herdlerson has addressed a letter to fle Misaaouri delegation declining to resign or re mlain quiet unless he votes to convict. He is in i, iobi as to ore of the last three articles, but does Lot state that he will vote guilty on it. FROM EUROPE. Mr. Adame TakeL Leave of the Quees-Vic toli In Pnblile-C. ad, leace for Alfred--Bil $topplia Irish Churec Appolatments - 'hiers for Preteetloma-namerof& i Mulchb. Lonoax, May 14.-Mr. Adams took formal leave of the queen to-day. lie left the legation in charge of Mr. Moran. Victoria laid the corner-s.tone of the Thomas Hospital to-day. The corporation of l.ondon adopted resolutions of condolence for Prince Alfred's wound. In the House of Commons Gladstone moved a hill stopping appointments in the Irish church and uspendnmg the action of the Irish church com nrltillon for a limited period. Pl'aRs, May I t.-M. Thiers spoke publicly fav orilg protection of home industry. Mht hi ni, May 14.--iancruft is here negotiating the expatriation treaty. FROM SOUTH AND CERTRAL AMERICA. New Yoii, May 14.-The steamer Rising Star, from Panaima, brinmg $1,23i OIH) in specie. The laragnayan situation is unchanged. The cholera Ie ejlreading in Uragnay. A destructive tire has occurred at Sydney. loss $f500,000. 'I he ('Central American republics are tranquil. A pernicious fever prevails in Nicaragua. BIlVER NEWI. Vicectrlt, May 14.-Passed down,. Caroline, at :3 . a. yesterday, and Dexter, at 9 this morn ,hg Passed up: Indiana. 5r. xe. yeete day. and I.zzie Gill at 4 this morning. River riareg slowly. Lttintia iv May 14.--Weather wAr. Iiver ri-'nc last: seventeen and a half feet wt:er In the Sanal. FROM SOUTHWEST PASS. Fmo TiwrsT Pas May Id, 11 A. w.--arometer 2i:o Wind west and light. Arrivals: Steam cLip Star of the Union. Co. ksey, I'hdadelphia via hlavana. to Cirn.ivv, Nickerson & Co. Salled : .teniship (;tlyane, huig Fortuna, schooner J- I cinto and bark (;armen. or·srnwser Pa-s. May 11.6 P. x.-RBarometer "'-a0. Wind west, light. Arrived: Hark Leonidas, II ward mas er. fronl liverpool. fity seves days, atlt, salt toil. A. Foedi k. No depsrtures. 'ipS a5'(tiTArF. Pay 14.-Arrived and on her way up. steamship Trade Wind. M1ISCELLANEOUS. r I.,er· a"y 14.- The cape of thle Pt.mer 5d gro ia vs. the insuracce clomputfliA.+ a verd et aas ri dered t- favor if MarhJLIh x Kl:1patr,.k, ni: . are accu id of burninig the Magiialis.. for Mo''riret. Masy lI.-A enloon keeper named hrugpan ias 1,,en arrested for complicity in Mdce's assassinistion. I, 1 n-, Ear II1 The sthon rC'-s 'ienne has aii(ed fir the Gull of bt. L.awrence tu protect the tist rles. 'htvims'e, R. .., May 14.--The Republicans canlited tie monicipal eleCtiuu by 470 majirity. IrlitaPAret . May Il.-The boiler of Van Wuiikle's saw mill exploded, kiling two and fatally injurnp three p* roona. IIATIoIRD. May l4.--'le last of twenty baloats for senator stood: Buockingham. i,; liowley, 5t: Platt, 1l. G;al EFTCN, May 14.-The grand jiry found true bills against the revenue defrauder. The warehouse property recently recovered and libelled by Special A cent loanaker,hbas been forfetted, and was to-day condemned for sale by the Ditriet Court. FIai.LL RIVI., Mass.. May 14.-A cotton factory, known as the white mill, was burned. l.as $120.t4i. Jacsow,. May 14.-The conatitutional couven tion rspased a resolatlon allowing member. no per diem after to-morrow, the 15t1 IAt, which will probably cause aa adJonuatl Combaah, anelgr delate, kI bWel Indictd by tie Grard Jury. now in session, for stealing cunventi. n warrants frno another negro delegate. A n oton a as mace to-day to bail the Confod eate naval a ficer John C. Barine. The court re st red decision. ( iinv rtass, May 14.-The peace comm:ssioners r turned from Fort Lairamie. hovi-ig mrde favor able treatlin with the ladians in that vicinity. (HHaIkLOSTON, May l'- ()ff this tort steainmr Ki) VWe t. from New Orleans, bund norma, re potted disabltd. MARBRTI. IIAv.~s , May 14.--Sugar dull; holders stiff. SRtril g lio4 !,rtaium. Federal currency 31 dis count. .l- KlrooLr. May 14 -Noon.--Cotton firm : a les t1.0t0 bales. Breadatufls and provisions q itei and unchanged. LonrN., May 14-Aftern'on.-Securities on har:ged. h Bather delighltful. .Itikeroot. May 14-4fternoori.-Cotton more ectIve: prices unchante-ed; sates I. 00) bath-s 1:l. a heat 14-. 2d. 1' .rk irmer at ris. Lard dull at i:,s. Coninmon r--in Gs. 3'1. Tlrpentiae 3!s. 6 1. Others unchanged. L.It sN, Ml:y Ii-Evening.-Consols closed uncharnged i);ds 70,. )eerease of bullion in the Bank of Enaland the past week £111,015). FsAnaronT, May 14.-Bonds iese tirmr at 7:. l'ARTS, May 14.--Bou1e closde dull. Idennes 69.42. Livasroor., May 14.-Evening.-Cotton closed firt-er ar.d mnt-re active: uptiands 12.1 . Orleanq 12 !d. Corn declined to 37s. lid. Sugar stro',g at '27-. 9d.,,67.s. NSw YORKs, May 14.-Cotton mode"ately ac tive;: ~ilc. better; sales 1400 bhaes; middti c _.'.,31c. Flour irregular and unsettled : rather hire doing iil Southern brand-i. (Turn a sh twe easier; mixed Western $1 lt;!4l 1y. 'P rk i'42 50. Lard firmer, i~I l .i. ir ,i riea i .t tid firm. Turpentine .,.tj t;0. I, in $ 2. -. Freights lower on grain. ; >vern ni!ifs ste iv ; 1 20's of 1I2, with ionlions, 1 3. Sterling dIll. 110;, G;old firm, 1::t. NEw oHIrc , Niv 14. --'.e-twenties of 1,,;2. with coupons, lis n of t 1tl, 1I7; of l-il. 117 I'. 7, 10t:i. len.. rties, 103.. S.%-'n-tilrti.-a IT ,. Money easier than at any tue siice 12;7. ('ill loans i; per cent. Lrime dirououats i;A ;74 St, ,k+ active but feve rish and lower. L.i I-i it.E, May 14 -TIba-c-, active for Ing-s ard coninio n I, if: siales 2 hii- : luga $:Ig : i ni , I. if ,12( l.:; sele-ti -'s il!. , ut icl ur, t - r g f' 424. F'iour---,pertline r $ 7 i'c,, Wheat - " . . t5o. Ii,:ts 7^1(4'-c . t' ,r, "r ' -. l .ard I' .t.l*c. bles pork $25. Batoa- stoul lers It ., -tear silte 17, . ltiulk nia',--shoill-r4 It.. 'esar idis I::. ('-:tton 22;,·i'-. W:aiky num ( I,' NA i. iv It.- P-a i v fl ticr fit 411 25. Wheat he '! sc. lVher. Cor ', fi' . ) ist sl'. Mriss pork held at $2s. It.ou--1 1. for houl i'-rs, clear rih side, l.- '., clear a es 17'. LrAird 1-(4c. Butter 3:L,(;C. Eggs 1 I. Potatoes f3 7,(,L1 Si lotia. . May 14.- T-l,,v,'actire. Superfine to far ty flour $. 2,V13 7i. C'hoice who.t 12 :!;(,J3. ( orn a':'i, 5. Obits I1 ('.- i P irk $2-. i a'om - clear sides 17-.., sugar-cured hatus 2i', 21lc. la, d roominal. M -it I. v. M'V I .- C 'tt'n r' irtet cl I>ss firm. Sales 160 hales; mildlings 2 '19",c.; re ce pta 37 bales: exports 3;1;. SA^VAS.Aii, May 14 - ('ttot firm but qilet; I id, r asktg "1-. IL--roirpt 1G bt'es: receipts tr lihe wtek 2243 tbales. -I: pirta -- F,.roi-n 7-;20 halus. toast a ie 21191 balCa. St ck on hand 21-' hales i- Sea 1 sad and 1,..-12 bales of uplands. t I1IeI ;OToN. May II --CLt -n quiet. sales T7 bales : mnidlling nominadly 2. ;'"r, 0oC. Rceipts .-r he aci k 7'2 bales. Exuurts castwuse 3.1; : s. Sales of the week 71- hbtles. Stock 7,0i) t a es w ctrefi 2.;-7 bales are on ahiphoird i,nit -'eared. IReceipts to day 150 bales. Exports to day ',2 bales. A L'UI.MENTM. Tits OPrRa.-A most enthnoiastie and fashion able audiet.te ascr!bled at the Opi-ra Houme la-t evening to pay tribute to Mr. ltitiani, the ex lquisite tenor, in the opera of "Lucretia Ilirgia " wh.ch he had chosen for his benefit The per. lormianBc was an ovation to every. one of the singers engaged. Mr. Damiani's singing at every moment eliciting the applause of the audience. tMr. Van tli.tlleu, who saung throughout with un usual excellence, was not only encored in his song of vengeanuce in the third act, but was also tecalled after the scene. M'ne Aulibert, whoi never alpeared more charning tthan in the role of tlsrui, was also encored after the "' Brindisi,' which she sang in a manner reminding ot e of V'estvsli. The brave little Fauschetti sang with her usual talent, but the fatigues wh:ch she Las recently undergone by overwork told plainly on her sloce last evening. Altogether the eve nng was one of the pleasantest wiabia our rec ,l iectiun. On Saturday. M'me Atndibert takes her benefit in " La Belle Ielene," the remarkabie cointralto taking the principal part of lit .',',. Teats are already in demand for this important iccsriion. (in rSunday, " Ilretla," and a vaude ville, for the benefit of Mr. Chatonin. Mr. Le chevalier's benefit will take place soon. AcADranMy r Mr'sic.-The liberal attendance at the Lightly performances at this popular place of amusement unmis'akably proves that a well con ducted variety entertainment can succeed in New Orleans, even after the regular theatrical se asn terminates. To night. Mr. C'vanaughi's If cal comic drama, " The Belle of the Garden ltietrict'," will be repeated Novissimo will lead the figures in his new ballet, assisted by Carnaggia aid M'lle :vers, and the variety company will appear in an interesting olio of oddities. Il-mem her the matinee for ladies and children to-morrow noon. BIEoNEFIT OF EDWIN BARIY.-We are pleased to learn that Mr. Edwin Barry, who, as one of the leading Inenlibers of the recent stock company at the St. Charles, Sccedleid in winning many ad ruirern, Is to have a benefit plerformance at the lid Drury in ununay evening next. Til SIAnItr.l AuAIt.tT (;-N. IMALtREGARD. The Bee has been favored for publication with the following letter, which Gen. Beauregard had received frimi Mr. Honlman, sexton of the Na tiunal Cemetery at Arligton, Va.: NATIONAL CSMETRY.. Arlington, Virginia, May 7, 1-3. ;en O. T Besaregard. New Olesns, L ,nr--1 hope yon will excuse the liberty taken by me in intruding these lines upon your nitice. YTou do ubtless remember that It was nut a "trippled soldier" who receired yourself and friends on your visit to this cemetery, and it must necessarily asurprise yu to see It in print asserted tat such was the fart. The mran spoken of in the puhtl!eation has served as janlt r sioce Januna ry. lrSi. and t)eiiie a not,!ri~n hi·e r w,,C i. il. lhs been several times cinvicted, i'upooed np in 'hoe who listened to h:m for his peuniary -cu- nfit. As to myself. it never entered my mind for an irnstant to make any such cuntemptible (-arge against you or any one without a cause, and I was as much atonrhbed by the aspersion when it nist my vjew as yu possibly could have been. 'lthough by principle a thorough lIepublcan, still I would ot. for their sake. descend to so low a iit. nor be pirsa nally unkind to a visitor. I hope tl-at this statemeut will dispel your lil-its as regarI, nryseif. 1 am, very respectlullv, your obedient servant, II. II. ( HiOFi' N,. LU 8. Boxt n " A little wine for the stomaCh's aesae and thins oiten infirmities," said King Solomon, and Sil's Lead was level. HIe might have added: a little I randy for thy stomach ache and thine often iciqulties. But although Solhtman bh:It a splend d temple, and believed in taking an o,'cshonal drir k. he never h-ilt a wine cellar under the ternm pIe. because he otjected to talking ,,er his lituor' mo, without talking farther, we will simply state that ." Hawkins," the Hawkins. has established a " Hawkins Branch" at the old saloon, corner of St. Charles and Grarier, opposite thp St. Charles Hotel.and which is presided over hy our smiling friend Custer. We know he is our smiling friend, because we smiled with him. Mr. Coster under stands the businees, is polite and attentive, and we know he keeps good liquors by the effect they have on the card-writer who has his headquarters there, for be writes so beautifully and haa never been dL--carded. Mr. Causter is bound to snec-eeed as well as seck mInt joleps. See the advertisement in another colnma. The sateamship 8tar of the Union, Capt. Cook. s.y, from Philadelphia via Havana, arrived at her whatrf at 12:30 r. x. yesterday. hBbe brtngsa full freight and the following named pasenaers: From Philadelpha-Wm. . . Hobeoa and wi e. J. C'. Creiton, Jas. Tracy and ethees. Prom Hay ana-E. l*yom, Mr. Skinaer, Go. Betnems., Mrs. G. HEa Mrs. A. Maarna and Mr. LockLhart. oWcal Jntreligen. RI.PORTOtmaAL P,,vItmus.--Te celebration o' the first anniversary of Trinity Benevr,olent Arso ciation on Wedneaday evening was largely atenod td. The sacred music on the ooaarion was uno uauall3 fine. A cowhiding affair took place yesterday on Car ondelet street, above Poydras, in which a potice fficer was the party of the first part, and a knight of the goose and shears the party of the seeonJ part. The affaig terminated in the arrest of the former upon a charge of assault and battery. The body of an nunknown man with his throat cut from ear to ear was found floating in the river at the foot of Eighth street a few days since. A jury of inquest in Jefferson City returned a ver. lirt of niurderdd by some party or parties un known. Thete is as yet no clue to the criminals. Four ci rea in Georgia vie with each other in endeavoring to secure Bishop Beckwith, late ree tor cf Trinity Church In this city, as a resident. In each a bardome dwelling is offered him. Yesterday's afternoon train on the Jackson Iatilroad carried northward quite a nunber of the celegates from this section to the National Re puhlican Convention at Chicago. The temperatare, Vesterday, as shown by the thermometer at C. bohamel's, corner Bienville and Chartres streets, was as follows: At a A. a. b2 degrees: 12 a. 75: 3 r. 7 i; G P. a. 77. We report to day the pleadings in an interest ing suit just decided is thea Fifth District Court. Tie cease was that of the receiver of the National Batrk againtal Watson for the amount of a promis sory note. It wail be seen that the question was raised a. to :Le legality of the act of putting the bank in linqudatiou, in connection with a plea of hun cnsineration. No rear,ms were given by Judge Leaumii;nt fi.r hi judgment, and it cannot Ibe stated w hettler he de idled for defendant on the riufli ier ,v of e'ther or hib' of the p'ad.s. There is a schism in the associaton of " Ex Iti.ied -tates R'o.diers and Sailors" Lhre. The -1l i-tiatice met at tLe Mechanics' Is titute on Hr dtnesday tilght aid appolured some fitly dele gates to tLe ('hicago t('uvertion of ex-Federal -r r1'ers ar.d S1alorsa. The meeting passed reeslr thons ,!crnouncirng thr'o iho i Iitd previously elected delegates as copperheads: declaring the convic ion of l'resident Johnson necessary to sale the country ",ftl r anarchy .nd despotism," and aniouncing G(eneral t;rant and Ben Wade as avcnlies (f the meceting, the latter as the sun e ,,r -f Mr. Joihnonu. when he insurned out, arn te flirn!cr as the successur of lien, when his lill,. Is OUt. An old gettleman namnld Uall, well known in 1h;s ltv, arid rerirling on )IuulIlan, betw eenu I en aille ai.d tC nti streets, died suddeniy as he was ,Intr rig Lia I erdmtice )tbaerdsy afternoon, ab,)ut So'-,h k. Mr. Hall had Ti' vian-ty cr tayed ex cel:eti hBeaih, and was rtiiriurig flomt the barber chop lhen Litla dath occurred. A bunch if km)s touanI ii the Se-m.nd District can be clalri.,'d at 1,:s .., e. A Trantt ny.- Atcut eight o'clock last evening a d:lhcul:l c:c':: r d l.e;weeu three colred mern at the cmorner of Froent LeIce ian1 Pl'ydras streets, ari-:t g iut of s,-n!e tr ingr dAriml te as jilt a chair u} on wa hich one of thert hi.l tienn esittn, and tor. niiating in the k' ocking down and fatally stab hing of or.e of th-e t!h(o, I~ 'ward Brown by namne. lhe wounded man was brought to the central police station in a d iong condition, the blood lowinig cop~ionly from a gashu n i ahdi Lmen, n ir having f-nea l rtm i'le for a. crmfortably as , ircumstaLcee would permit, cave his ante-rnmrtem statenient to toe s:ect that both his aesamlants were unknown to him; that one of thiem had inockid h:m down and the other hid staibh.d lhnt. A negro named Dan Sllvan was arres:.'d ilII ident:i,:d by Brown as the one who hai L.incked hinm down: th," ot'i·r, whose inira is snid to be George Wasl:ingt-n, was still at iarge ( Lhen we visited the station last evening. FIRST Di-TirtIr CoRT--Jwil i(e l,,r, 3-, I I.- MFchael Di.wl:g, informned against for an alle',,ed breach of trust. alleged to have been comiruttte l in tnibezzlmin fie hundred dollars in gold, which 'lltmas lerriman averred he intrusted to him as agent, to be i turned when called for, was dis lharced, thr district attorney entering no le proseIqu in the case, in ooes.,! ouvu or toe death ri terriiiumn. the prosecutor. J. C. Spol pleaded guilty to a charge of asaa-it and battery on the person of Chretien Fess, and was sentenced to pay a fine of fifteen dollars. F. I'. itD,:l. ac nused of assault and battery on the person of Mrs. Caroline Salvadore, pleaded guilty, but Per.tence was deferred. J,ohtn Burnett. colored, was tried for the lar cr-ny of rne hundred and ten dollars from Alfred tH lire, cotred, and was convicted. Martin ('hleara was found guilty of assault and battery on the pI-rson of Emile J. Oiiver. litke Carey was conci--ted of obtainiog a horse and hbugy from W. K. Spearing, by falsely repre '-rt ng that 1 hronmai Blylan, clrk at the St. J .Ir.es Ilutel, had sent him for said horse and Francisco Valotti, scenaed of stbihhng Grisippe (,rgilielmo, with intent to murder, having no attorney to defend him, his case was continued to t ,esday next, and the court assigned to hun A. Atucha. Esq., as counsel. FitITni PeiTRurIT COI'T -Clirl-es (CaSr, Re'. ( .rcr of Fist i i tional ti n/k, cs. RIu',rt llWt - an r.-Plaintiff sued defeunlant for J7T,721 11, amount of a prommnissory note, drawn by defen 'arnt to his own order, and payable thirty days alter date, which was March 13, iG7. The note was part of the assets of the bank when it failed. Defendant pleaded that the bank was put in liquidation illegally, inasmuch as the currency act of the United States was not complied with, and therelfore the institutioh could not he put in the Iiands of a receiver. " There never," It was averred. "was a legal protest made of ore of its circulating notes, nor any of the formalities pur eutd, which are re n-ired by the act creating the national banking srsti in, which wool' authorize the placing of the bank in the handsof aroceiver. That by force, and without the warrant of law, an ,omcer of the treasury departmient of the United btates took onrasession of the bank, all its assets, ionke, records aid archives, and aoltng its assets a large amount of the currency of tihe United States and of gold and silver. That while huns in forcible and illegal ptsesaion of said Iai.k. said egent procured from the treasury of the triued iist tes in New Orleans, of win -h he also had possession and contrul, one of the circ latii:g notes of said bank, Il vied the same in the hands of a notary, wenii with him to the counter if laid ,nuk, directing the said notary to iresent the said note and demand the Ia n ent thereof, and at the same time from bh hind the counter of said bank, said agent pererp. torily ordered thie person in charge of thile monied ar, est of said baok, Lit to ray said nste, nor to rerdeem it, although there was at that uime in the vaults of the bri.k ar.i i:.i-r tho control of t'ie said agent. ad ,nt tt.e gr,, - ", h, ..m rl th ra.iOs 1,,r tie sal. rtr.k, a large alrount of tlhe legsCi Cuorr-r y ,f the lnited Snates aid much more than was atfl.cient to redoemnaid circulating note. TI at at said time t(e officers of said bank were fcrcthlyt kept from the cirge, custody anJ cun trol of the bank and its asrsts; tlhast no note of the i-sue rcf the trbnk wa ever presented for redemp tion to any ot ts otficers, nor prot~estPed when th'is presented for non paytnrent. nor was there ener a diel-oaition or wrbsh on the part of sold otli ter to d-cine or retune the redempuion of its is.uee. nor did they ever do so. 'That the stockholders (: sand batn pirorerkd agailst the acti ,n of the ag-nt of the treasury de0,artmtrnt, as above set forth, as illegal, ar;iitrary anid unwise and have Lever withdrawn said prrTest, made by them, on or about ''h b!ay, Ii',7. and on that dlay for. sarceli to tie secretary ot the treasury of toe it w:is a iso teca.':ed : Th;.t on or abOut th~e 11th Irf April, l-c; , - ;ie J linaes E I)u:ltanl toik a Stransaltr f:rim Th: n.aa I'. May, then a director of ti e aik. of three u;-drel a:,d fif:y -hare. of the ·teck of said hark, at the srate time execntng his rr-e· to the irlIer of said May for $:i1; 37T 2,. payhable on demand, with seven per cent. interest ti.,m date t.trll paid, said .ay still hlding the c-rtificate of said three bhudred and fifty shares , f stock, n rth power of attorney from said Dun nam tr trayretr said stock; that said My thus cotinued to hold said note and certificate of stars, with the piwer to transfer, until the 6th of ictoler. 1'sri, when he became president of the borard of dirtctors of said bank, and from that tin e had the imanagement and control of the sffa:rs of said bank until the 9th of April, 19P7, when he resigned the presidency, but still con tinned one of the directors of said bank: that duo wg all this period, andup tothe 21st of March. -;7, he also continued to hold said note of said Dutham, the certificate of said stock, and said power to transfer the same; that on saiMd 21st of arch, 1867, the said May, then holding said note, certifiecate of stock and power to transfer, and being also president of smid bank, and havt-g the full management and control of Its affairs a sforesaid, came to this respondent and persnaded him to accept the transfer of said three hondred and flty sbarea of stock, and to hold the same in trust for whomoever it might ooneera, and to give his own note, to hb own order, for 637,721 11, hein the note ia this suit. and betng the amount on thatkay in principal and lnterest of the note of aid Dunham, this respondent beiang requested an' qrged thereto by said May and othess, the friends *,f said Dunham. on the ground that the sa I Dunham being tbsert from the cl'y, and his not. dee, this oempliance with their request would save the stock from being thrown upon the mar ket and sacrficed: whereas, in May or June, a large dividend would be declared, and the esgck citinue as valuable, and that when said D)oniam should return, the whole matter would be ar ranged: that said note was without value to anl one, and was given only to be used to represent a transaction between the said Dunham and the said May, until the former should return." It was further'leaded that, if the note was en tered upon the books as the property of the bank, it was dine irregularly, and should have been placed to the credit of the respondent as the last and only indorser, and, should it have been en leied to the credit of May, "then the act was ilIt gal, and the said May, as presi.lent of the b ink, transacted with himself as an individual, and he well knowing that the note was without value. and wua only given to him as a counter to ex press the aforesaid transaction; that the bank gave no consideration for said note; that though the ermoit of said note might have been placed to the credit of said May, vet it was done by his direction as the president and manager of the allairs of said bank, he well knowing why it was given and what it represented, and that he cool I confer, and the bank could acquire no right, title, or interest In and to sPd note." tao a lteaaty a.nrt Judie ie.mout has ron de d his derision. Orally, he remarked that the av rnients of1 defendant were in the maon saotain d by the evidence, and he ordered judgment to be entered for defendant, ai'h costa. JltEot:,nER GAoTINEL's CorRT.-George We!ling ton and ( horles Lazar, the two boys arrested by Ir:vate watchmoan Thomas Melntyre. for bar. glatioualy enotring the dry goods sto-e of Don z ger, on ('Caal street, about 5 o'clolk on the n.ornitg of the 13th inst., and etealing theretrom about three thousand dollars' worth of tine fabries, wtr'e exasiin!ti betire l-.,o der ;*Gtt,,el yestone day and coutm:tted for trial betore the First 1se trct uicurt. Pedro, colored, was commiitedl to be tried for stealing a ladder from I'xchatu e Alley, bei aming to Theodore chith eiter. .!on «alter, alias Johnson, colored, pleaded i-ii) to a iharge of s'n.i ci n - king and ether rti' Its. va utd at twenty ive d,li r.s, fron the , !e of Joept ine Bernard. colored, N i. i t i.,t-i street, ai.a he was i ent before the Criminal i. UOt. ITI.M'AI Y l..kr ATleIIT' MIL.. Ti e rces began at .' xingt'n o'n the 11th. I streoldinary heat is prevailing in San Frno Si -o . l:olh Martin enld Felt,,o have , mnfean'od the do faelisaon in the Hlide and Ieather Bank, li-ston. it will aii nout to $1-'/,,-,-, but not exceed F.ic, een vessels now in port at lBIffslo have di- i,:rreg d tift ir crews and si i n t, ra' ih r than run at '..e pr t !l low rates. Oiher vecels ar tilvig v. dig likewise. fIr. G. W. 1) .ui!ars, li wife an l three children, were putlsontid New Yik, S.aturday, by eating , had whicth ad hton i ch, a-, fromn a traveling fil m rger. (,One of the chiidren is dead. At a special election in Dayton, t5hi , on the 11 i, !or cy un rtehal, on a ,'raigat fight Iltya 'Diemonert) heat Htou ' ,li.public.ai) frty ',i'es--a large ltemo'r:tic gain. blMnroe aLtd l'ahdboutas ccuuties, in West Vir cirra, both voted last week to make seabsrio tlicrn to the stock of the ('heaepeake and Ohio iubllrend-the former to the amount of $J0,000 at i the hla;ter f31, ii ; . ( ,v. Bullock, of Maoea·ohnstts, sent a mestage to the llouse, on the 11th, vetoing the hill to i.bulh tIe 'tate cut.s:abulary. Ths House S,,srdt the bill over the veto by 145 to 62; but it wi'l sc reely get a tuo-third vote in thie -nuate. Tlie voters of Sonora county, Cahlifornia, have decided to give $0000 a mile to aid a railroad seventy eig.,t miles lorg, from ('!overdale to 'Leello, !oposite ,an Francisco. Work on the ro:id has alrea-,ly eomninead iFour rew pteer are ganette tin Englanl. TIence forth Sir John Trollope, Sir John Walsh, Sir Itrookes Bridges and the Rev. Williamt O'Neill will be known, respectively as Lords Kesteven, Or rmath, alts. Fitzwalter and O'Neill. c'ommissio-er Wells is collecting statistics on w bieky, a Lich thtu far go to show that the annual product does n-t cxe-ed oifry million gallons. It has been determined to compel prompt tayment on whisky already in bond. no as to empty class warehoruses, with a view to cluosing them as soon as po,Ehle. T. J. Clements, a special agent of the treasury department, wh:o was recently cent to (hiiago to Investigate the whi!kv frands there, has just been arrested on the ernmpolaint if five leditng dintilteri Ii that city, who charge himn with attempting to levy blatkmniail upon them. 'the Canada Gazette cnntains a copy of a dies Spa'ch from the lDuke of Huckingham to Lord cn ckl, stating that passports will not be granted to natur:alzed citizens traveling in Europe. unless they come to the British foreign office provided wi h certificates of identity. I. J. Messenger, a banker, who owned or con trolled backing-houses at Cortlandtville, Canton, Canandalgua, Herkimer, Marathon and Ontario, New York,failed on ihe6th inst., and all his shops are closed. Tie f:ilure is sail to be for hblf a milblio, and the assets are not over ten or twelve p.r ctit. In the trial of;Gen. Cole for the murder of [Ils or k, at Aibany, on the ground of adultery with his wife, the counsel for the accused makes the rmei arkable statement that " within the last two Lunded years no man has been punished by any crurt of iuntice, either in this country or in Eng land, fr shooting the selucer of his wife. his daunghter or his sister, when that inotive and that a.a,.e has prompted the fatal blow." An rlhical displatch in re'ation to the shooting of P'rirce Alfred says the ball entered his barck half ean tinlch frIm the spiine, stnrik the ninth rib, fol l-we*d around the corner of t!.e ribs and lodged five itchrs and a quarter boneath the right nipple, h::viLg travcrsed a distance of twelve Inches and a quarter. TLe Came' authoriy says that on March " lh, the duke was able to go on board his ship. A <erilicate of iucorporatiun of the Pittaburg, Gineilanati sed St. I.ois Railruoad Company Cn si.lidation was filed in the secretary of state's ,fPie. in Uhiio, on the lith: capital stock, 1il le0 (I0t. It is a consolulration of the P'an I.audle riad of P'ennsylvania. the Holliday's Cove lhailroad of West Virginia, and the Steubenvlle oLd Indiaua Ialiroad of Ohio. The hansas peole have found a way to circum sect tie grahhppers. It conei.ts in turning ml ep uIpon the wheat to eat it down. eo that when ii, liee anP - re and Iiud nothiug thee isa in ...u.,. Tore wuers ,ecovere rrom bes feeding of tric lheep; hut ii the grasahoppers go over it. 1 , tlke r.-t asq well as stalk. A pr~omnient Alexansdria politician named John It.dgekin, who was a del-gate to the late 1 pu-b cean Convention of Vireinia. is so disgusted with tl.e nominations made tthere that hlie prints a card. sting: " I this day never my connection with all p litical orranizttins, and shell hereafter eo eIvl.r !o pay multe attention to my future sal- I o' YSi War' . 0Ir PI [,- - I-lf you do, ,-- to Wtiley A ",uhy, corner of Mt. Andrew and l:ogneinc trenets, riere you are sure tohaveyour <o ry txpe ta:ion rea;:zeI. These gentlemen I ave Ci! l@e par!t!Rts nece~a.ry to the correct Se tiuln of their work, anrd teir pri-es are very r a, taile. Atl tirk done g.aranteed to be a,·ial to any weork of the kind done in the city. Give them a call. AArsr.ar oFr Tie Naw YoaR FaYg'tAS.--The State Femian conventiun at Syracuse, composing 150 delegates, has adopted tL.e following ad dress ,. "To the Irish latlesa. y " ,rot!ters--We, the reoresentatives of the Fe. nian Brotherhood of the State of New York in crnventhon assembled, having carefully examined the strength and resources of the organisation, and plan of operations sabmltted by lien. O'Neil, declare that the organtization is stronger at pre ,t:,t than at any time hi'herto, and that the said plan of operations is entirely practicable. We have pledged ourselves to meet the enemy soon upon the battle.field, and we earnestly call upon )t u to exercise your ntmost energies to foraish zicessary means to equip and arm the thousands or willmg hande and brave hearts impatiently waiting orders to march." Char. T. Nash sell at his mart, corner St. Charles and Perdido streets, rogewood and ma. hogany furniture, this day at 11 o'clock A. K. dee advertlsement. Buy A0 h fshing tackle at Bouoset's hdmware store, Iao. 17 Old Lvee Itr*et, oppeate utom Houe. EDITORIAL PArAorAPRS. ETO. John Owens is playing In Cincinnatl. Peter Cooper reports as Inome or 148,000. William Steinway has an inoome of 8$6,000. Prof. Blott is to live in Boston. Strawberries are dollar a quart in Lon'ville. Becker, the New York farlna man, returned as income of $123,382 last year. The present population of Brooklyn is estimated at 400,000. Seats are to be reserved on the New Jersey railroad trains. Tom Bayers's presumed legitimate children have got his property out of chancery. Kansas City boasts a man of 117 as its oldest Inhabitant. The Clinton man who had the wrong inger ant oi wants $15,000 damages. An undisputed right of woman-the right to bare arms.- [Ex. String (snap) beans sell for two dollars a peak to New York. The Princess Bacciochi left all her money to the pilace imperial of France. The empress of Austria gave birth to a princess at Buds. on the 22d of Auril. Parasol umbrellas, glong to the side like swords, it is reported, are carried by the Parisian ladies. beven bishups preached at Louisville last Son day. Hon. J. S. Black is in Galveston to argue a rall rcad case. Fruit snd eorn are very promising in Morehonue Iale;b. The same in Ouachita. The london papers mentioned an attempt to murder Home, the spiritualistic confidence man. - The Chicago Tribune and the Clocinnati Ga zttte, both ultra radical, are convinced that the I reedent will be acquitted. Felis Oates thinks Thad. Stevens's omnlbus bill, whether intended for wheel or for whoa, is only another stage of the reconstruction game. Alkansas furnishes artifloial limbs to all citi zens of the Btate who were so maimed as to re quire them while fighting on either side. The bherman House at Chicago, which is to be the headquarters of radical delegates, does not adimit colored persons. Boston has the unenviable reputation of publish irng the two foulest illustrated newspapers Ia A merica. The cats are killing the birds that live in Union -4uarc, New York, and the polioe are killing the ca". It i' said that Eve was the only woman who ctI er threatened to go and live with her mamma. A: u Adam was the only man that never tantalised his wife about " the way mother used to cook." There is one man in the world who can read Flicot'e Indian Bible, and he is J. Hammond Tram l)ll, i( rmerly State secretary of Connectioct, na der huckingham. Three years ago not an egg or a chicken could be Lad for love or money in Arizona. Now the iz,habitarta, it is reported, live almost on chickena and eggs. sugar--Kisses--Oh! dear ! how we do miss you at our end of the table! No desire for food any iore ; wouldn't give a groat for it. i1. T. Herald'. Personal. A man in Indiana carries his door-lock in his pocket for fear that it will be picked when he is away from home. There is nothing like being careful In these days. Dr. Samuel e. Auow is editUng and publishing a monably journal devoted to tihe cause of Cretas itndependence through American intervention. The second number is nearly ready. It is called The Cretan. The Louisville Courier says of Miles O'Reilly's merits as a poet: " His Pegasus is a sort of con venient bobby horse, with a head at both ends, so that it is impossible to tell in what direction he Is galloping." Judge W. S. Oldham died at Houston, Texas, on VWednesday week. He was a native of Teunes see, a leading lawyer, and represented Texas In the Confederate Senate. At the close of the war he went into voluntary exile in Mexico. The Republican reports what it considers the probable assassination of Capt. Twitohell, of Lhenville parish, a member of the late recon sruction convention. He started to go toSparta, but did not arrive there. A search for him only resulted in finding his horse and saddle. A reporter upon the Harrisburg Telegrapl spreads himself thusly, In a description of a char acter at a masked ball: "Miss A. H. personated a tambourine girl, delicately-eyed, like those who whirl and prank on the meads of sensuous and nm. perious potentates, while rich music lulls them to sleep." Bicgham's sneer at the length of Evarts's speech, which he said the author had striven to make immortal-by making it eternal In itself was, remarks "Agate," an excellent thrust, and one that Mr. Evarts deserved; bat it did not come with a good grace from a man just launch ing out on a three days' speech himself. One of the representatives most urgent for sa immediate adjournment of the Ohio legislature li reported to have made a very effective speech ta tie late Democratic caucus. le said: " I must go home. I always go barefoot in warm weather at home; but I can't do it here." He voted rege larly for "short span," on the Newport bridge till, on account of the danger of long bridges. " Do persons ever say improper or wicked things while under the influence of laughing ge?" asked a Connecticut parson of a deotls. "Not oftet," was the reply. Soon the parson was lost to all worldly temptations, and the teeth were out. Soddenly opening his eyes, and stthe wame atmeclapplag his hand to his mouth, he ex claimed: "One tooth out! Why, d-n lt,Iff there ai't i'to gone." The follownlag l the superscrption and text of a letter lately received by a merchant of tbl ity-" To 8um Hole Sail Grocey Merchant New Orleoans Lone." The letter reads as follows : CnIAtLOTTr DICISON Co'NY, TNiW c, l Apr 28th, 16 . r " .. On Cer ,her Jer-As I am unerquasinted with eney Merclnt or G(irocer at this tine this is the metherd that I take to get up a commcastion I wish to i quoler about the price of produce sch as poltrey corn or wheete potaters asserfren too rot. You will pleas give me a full statement of p'rices by aneering this you will oblige me. Youns &c. - - My Address - Chalotte Tenn. G;ideon Welles, says a Washington correspond ent, roes out on horseback every afternoon, look ing like a gray dervish. He likes the lazy en jyment of office. Seward stays at bome of lRghts, drinking sherry kindly furnished by Mar shal Murray. Self-enjoyment is the key of his character ; selfgratifcatlon his chief delight. HM loves to eat and drink and talk genteelly, and on a loll stomach to nladite huge briefs about the state. It is most natural that this Prince Hal of materialista should be, at the end, a buyer of lands and a builder of game preserves. It is not impossible that Alaska attracted him because it was a nursery of canvasback ducks. Reasonlng from the pleasures of the table to the plekures ao the stalto, he coneelved the idea of catching the whole rae of wild ducks in the egg. Being old and thin of blood, the dream of warm fura gave him aspirations towards the land of the ea otter and the silver fox. And so, out of his reo luptuary worship, he sat, like one of the old gods, a treaty maker to the car, and fetched seven millions' worth of marketing home. Mr. Seward is the state purveyor; look back tte the origin of bh name, amd you will probably Lnad t to be sIeard.