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TOILUME XVIII. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1866. NUMBER 19. ERVOU8 AND InDETIX.ITATED -wseesa .derags Bave Deem 'Ptracted HIDI)EN CAUSES, WIDE CAES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT Hemdera Existence Deesrable. s pyM se a tli hoe Savlttors tshsges what off r Ieeeted ce apes your gEeesrl belth T D. ea teeleest. db Hltated, easily tiredi beme a nee emtrtlem predne olplItets of tehe art 9 Pesnr or tir, w ueriary ergmta. our kidneys, he' toetlty lltut eof der? IF youn wie eom tlms. thles. iby. r N e or i It ropy O, settlirp; or doe a thi sonms te to the top; or I a sedi er I st thbettto atr it bas stood awhile ? r. pou hae spells tf short breathing f dympepesi? Are peer beel eon.slpated? 'r yep have spells of fainting o raehes f blood to the hed? J, yper meuory impaired I Ip yrnr ited esotaont(y dwellitag o, this smeset? 31 y ,, teol doll.stle5n moping, tired ofreOmpoy eflife! Do 5you wlh to be left elon, o gett a.ar hon everybody? ew wr y little thing make e start l jmp? IJ year ele e brokeI or stless? I. the tses l ye eye breillinte; the bhoem on ew. ee us bright De yee en jey yea U I eeday a eldl? Do 7ee peres year beaeess with the same mergy V. you feeld a mub meedesee in yourseft I Are eew splrite dell and aggnlg, glea to tts of melae holy If i, de met la It to year live or dyspepel Saee yes rotless lghts; ye beea week. eour tees peak, and have you bat lIttle appm t., ad yee k atriibtet this .ady psei or liver completut New,. rader, SELF-AUSEI, VEIRRBRAL DISIASES lrdly ese1 . see el exessesi, e "si capOlM O pro maclag a weakLea of the genesraive ortas. The orgens oN srmttes, wbho i prssee beath, make he maw Did yoes war thtenk that these bheld, deut, emergetie, pe s rm- ninosmei bsiness s me rere alwa y this whosemgeoer l i eree a e . epIn per ot bhet? T me a-e b- e mset sa *apA" of betsg smly, ese mty rw. oer paelpatt it-e bet, Whey wae arr thd tbhe -uea socmsed In astesl : ihsgl e't bseA masl tdistttsa red m liwey polfeed pld tg I em e o poedy lades, and leek yee Iad th3m viglt in the Se-soe t- r oI yer downcast lo sesn eh7. ia.seoss hefet thom. . do netd asmes those the keep the erteas tlaflamed by renmle s ex... Time ill Uet only riIn their eseatitatte bat eae te they do eesi.s with or nr. )ioe many tese fees badly seed dliseeas, teem the effects f-elob ae and ezmee, have brought a a eet that state of rehoems is tbose orgass that has red hed heeneral system E reh b to indeealmosetevery etbe dI0ease-l-dlocy, ln -acy. perealyss, spinal asectlosm, enuctde ad almest every Iber form of dieae ieWeb hamelty s belt to, ad tboreal ans of the trouble sanrely M t usteetoed, and have doe red for all bht the right men Diseses f these orgese r inre the ae of a Utmantc. elabeld's Flid Extract Bichba - . THE GREAT DItI i}t 'TIO, SCERIAIN CURE FOR DIDEASES OF THE BLADDER, GENERAIIL DULLT, ' DIEASEI OF TE CEINAET ORGASI knI uwTIoM IN IALE OU VEALE o'hsteverl Caus Oe hting .ad mo mette he' LONG- BTANDI(. P reehet I settred to oCseeenpmp*If Semma Ownehtad bleed ee muppseted ga n ~r se the haemh an d hhplaes, ad tLhat l Peem i Itip a amt sseto a reliable resena . ML IMele ug XTUAVT 5I0QI ASTAEIII PPWAI D OF 1 TEAU. H. T. El l0IDOD. D u ,ear reIde , , eoIae T, LA * u*rs b .e wet hr tes fs if . ,sde-ted and IeasgiU t 7 Casetuml 'aL-*5 tents *p ineless Srag pden gnatuates - nateatuesan anerne MHE ORE8ENrTB DISPATOfEB. FROM WASHINGT ON. OUTLAWRY IN KENTUCKY. 7 he Eeptember >ession Question. M'CtTLI.OCHI AND ROLLINS. THE AUSTRIAN MINISTER PRESENTED. IOSI-:CRANS'S MANIFESTO. TiW ]m s C O . CO C) 'Ti.*. X. WAS~~saGTO, Sept. 4--U. R. Marshal Merl. wether telegraphs that his deputies are prevented front serving proceeas in Larse, bieleo and Me ri,n countes., Kentucky. He states that his lose was captured, taken to a ml:l, robbed, their papers destroyed, and they escaped with Ibeir lives only because they were special not regular ofeers. They were saken to the nearest depot and warned not to return. Meriwether states that Thomas has no mounted troops, and as tie processes must be served within two weeks to make them returnable at the October term, he asks immediate instructions. The matter was re ferred to the secretary of war, who replies that both the marshal and Gen. Thomas must be gov. erned by the attorney general's opinion to the U. S. nDarrtal of Plorida. Rollins and McColloch have almost daily cons ferences regarding revenue supervisors, wsthutt any apparent approach to a solution of the ti ouble. e benck and Morgan will not meet to determine in regard to a September session, until the 17th or ltih inst. Representative Kellogg. of Alabama, opose the session, because, even if the bill arm ing tne mnilitia could pass over the veto, art.n could not be distributed before the election. He apprehentds that a session would do more harm hi-sn gRo.d. The general impression is that there wll' be no Pession. ]'art n bharles Von Leidever, Austrian mlulster, was pI'enented to the president to day. l'Hoecrans's document will be published in New I ork in the morning. It will be telegraphed too late for the South owing to the bid working of the te:egraph lines North. It has been raining all day, causing interruptions. ('on tiw-lnDer Roiiins replying to a tbsacco i snotfectirer. eats the tobacco tax w.ll be as sepsed sand collected as heretofore until stamps are furoiahed. ]losecran-'s letter to Gen. Lee crmmences: " n i oft solicitude for the future of our coon'ry. I c me with my heart In my hand to learn the corrdition, wishes and intentions of the people of Ihe t-outhern States. especally to ascertain the rentimenta of that body of brave, energetic and telf sacriflcing men who, alter sustaining the Con federacy for four years. laid down their arms and swore allegistnee to the United States, whose tro-ted and beloved leader you have been." The letter is quite long. Gen. lee's answer is slsit long. The late hour at which it is received here f Irbidi telegraphing it in full, and it would be profanation to attempt a condensation of (Gen. Ie's ncble letter. After Gen. Lee's signature fuliuw thirty leading Sutiter names. IROM SOROIA. Orrssees by ]teweee-- la)l ehl~e wseld and Armeed-Poletcasl- Dm.e.wase Mase Meet. -an-Postalelm Pa e. .mamse-The ieertal Leslaslatre. SAattANn. Sept. .-'Phe wblte boy whn i.-s. teriously di-sppeared has been found murdered near the city, his gun and clothing gone. It is supposed he was killed by negroes for them. An inquest was held, and a verdict of "killed by par ties tit-known" rendered. Great excitement pre vails in the city. Parties have been out three days on the hunt for the boy. They mit armed bodies of negroes, who halted them with military precision. Parties are now out scooaring the cuunniy in search of the murderers. Robberes aird sssassinatioas of whites by negroes on the road leading to the city are of hourly occurrence. Negroes in and around the city are thoroughly urgacized and drilled, and well armed. A Radical convention yesterday nominated J. W. Chlt lor Congress. Ar'iti'R , Sept. 4.-A large Demoeratio mus meeting at Waynesboro' yesterday was addressed by Gens. Toombs, Wright and others. The Dea ocrata are enthusiastic. It is believed that the programme is to eject all objectionable persons from the Legislatute, and that the expulsion will not be confined to negre members, but will be ex tended to many whites. who it is charged are not eligible. The Dem,crats are very bitter agaiunt that class whom they term scalawags and carpet baggers. and are determined to unseat all against whom charges are proved. It is now evident that the Demowrats can do what they please in the legislature, the Radicals being entirely powerlesr in the lower House and not able to hold their own ii the Senate. The negro Bradley is out as an independent csndidate for Congress in the first district agolnst -t'ut, regular nomin' e and present representaive to t ongress. It is believed that Bra lliy will hb defeated if he runs. Turner, negro, is spoken of for ('ongre.s in the fourth district. The Ilrpubhlcalir are workiog hard for Grant and (t'o!lsx. The negroes are being organized into Demo cratic clubs nto vrarionu parts of the State. nla the cues and tiC-Cs tie negroes are sttong Radicals. but in the interior they wdli be controlled by the Democrats. ArT..Za, Sept. 4 -A bill, passed a week since. proy olg for hIltiding the 8Svannah electint o frat rueadsy in November, limiting the tima t one day, atd giving three ballot boxes, which was veroed by the governor on the ground that the Iln:e wus not sauti lent, was passed to day by the House over the veto by a vots, of 82 to i27. Te, tlouse adopted a resolniuin to py t:le x-I pelled utgro nenbers $I per day to the time of ex; ulson, aed mileage one way. Tht y also adopted a resolutwon declaring the perarnos having the next highest number of votes to the negro members expelled yerterday tib. members. if they have no constitutioal inellgi. bility, and a cirmittee of three was apponoted to examine returns and report to the Bons. 710K COLUMBIA. The eath VarSasta Legtstatare. Colt Mrit, S. C., Sept. 3.-The Senate uased 'he rocsll equality bill in a very modified form. J. IDelarge, a member of the House, reslited the sergesnt-st-arms, and cursed him most iusultingly. Ilhe House wasted the whole afternoon seasion discustlng the case. I he Ptate cotstahle reports to the governor on the investigation of the late Santee riot. The whole blame rests on a negro prophet named Bates. FROM ilaB8A CITY. The IadiaS Wat. Estraste C1vT. Septembh 4 --A Mexican train was attacked at Pawee Pork. on the old Platte roed,seveaty-three males northwst of Frt Dodge aid I Mexltesa salped sad the bodise burned witb the wagons. Asother trath with 753.000 poess of wool, vas attacked wih ea twest fve mies of Port Dodgelr. Theemort fought ~til tei ammunitle va sehastedwhen they abandoned the traik 8lOU l] VARt WzSlr. The slleata Wt OAswlA. SPet. --It is rport4d that a lar body of lil.as are ovino g north to strike th Pce ic alerd betea the Norh PLtte aid uDna-, Sept 4.--Th Indais killed three m.s g oaided -w ier Colaido ity yesterday. gMs T W-* -Tn -Dee- 't W-o an atve· Lo,or, BSept 3.--he Btaaduard combata the Tilme's view of the Ot lnare treaty, and says the treaty puts eyes in the Chinese wall, sad opens the way f r western eivilization in China. I oDOx, Sept. 4.-Reverdy Johnson made his first speech at the Shb Mfed etlers' annual feat "r*ing he came to this country as a messenger or peaoee. FROW OVTRNWEBT FAll. pt rrew.rs Pass, Sept. 4--Noon,-Barometer 29:70. Weather squally. Arrived-S'eamshtp Trade Wind. Briggs. Beliae, Hun., to G. W. Hyn -on & Co. No departuree. Sot: rnwirs Pass, Sept. 4-6 r. x.-Barometer 29:70. Wind southeas--light. Arrived-S-team. hbius Budsos. Bisakey, Indianola, live stock to master, and Morgan, Parwell, Galreason, to C. A. Whitney A Co. No departures. VtcxKisrto, Sept. 4.--Psased np: Gov. Allen at 9 last night. River falling. , LOUIcIvLLt Sept. 4.- River stationary with three and half-fet water in the canal. Weather clear and cool. HARTFORD, CT., Pept. 4.-Geo. Hall, formerly of aiansah, but a na'ive here, died yesterday aged tighty, leaving $30 0iW) cash to Hartford and bavannsh for charitable purpoes. " NNw Yons, Sept. 4. -The injunection restraining the Povth Mastel Mean from issning the Jaly interest on Tennessee bonds has been vacated. rT. Loris, Sept. 4.-The Fpl-copallan Conven tion has elected Rev. Chas. P. Robinson, of New York. b'shop. Walainr:ro, Sept. 4.-The Albany reeolut'one euologize J, huson for his unswerving defense of the Constitution, and ('ase for his impartiality in the imrpeachment trial. ('I.CLaLAND. O., Sept. 4.-The cattle plague has appeared in Cnyabhoga and Portage counties, and many have died. Much alarm exists. COLImtlr. S. C., Sept. 4.-A bill has been in troduced in the Bouse to guarantee four millions dollars of bonds of the Blue Ridge Railroad. I oproN, Sept. 4-Evening.-Consols 94". l.ISrietL, ept. 4 -Cotton easier, but not quotably iwer. Stock aflat 6;2.,000 baie., of ai lch 30 (r0 are American. Maucheoter advices Iesi favorable. Bread-tufig doll. Naval stores nt( ianlue:. Piovis one generally unch.taged. Lard 67.. 3d. I.ivrnet.,OL. Sept. 4-Evening -UCtron eaior, tot nort quo,,ably changed. Corn easier. 36s. 3d. L,,d bo.:, ant. 'NLw Yoa.S, Sept. 4.-Evening.-Cottnn heavy: sales 1,30 hales; mildling uplands 2·'):m;O. Flour dull: State $i; 94@t9 404; Western Se !: ll 75; .ionbern quiet; common to fair extra $849 3 Lo. Wheat-Ntew red Western $2 IN(2 2d. Mixed W stero C ,rn l 17@l1 22~. Oate-New 70@7;.:. Provisiots steady. Mesa pork $2. x5. Lard firer, l)>sjl0ic. Whisky dull i;ic. in hond. Turper tine 41(445n. P.oslu $2 D707. Freights dull. Monet albudant, demand .,oderate. Call loans 3Gt4 jý cent. Sterling 10I4@j(l9. G iid n ore acti' e and firunating : iosed at 14t. Biods less active: old 113 (ll3s : new 10.;o1~j: 10-40's 104;Jq105. Bordar States more active and hngher. i Iý('itr aTr, Rept. 4 -Plour-Family. $9 ,50 I:!, 7%. Wheat $2. Corn '6c a$1. Whisky ,;;. , bond. Pork $29. Bulk sboulders lljc , mies l44c. Baron shoulders 13'c. clear sides 17ji:.. h.ns 2',(21. Iord 1f c. Butter firm at 33~1l7. Eggs 16c. Cheese 15) ll . ST. Louis, Sept. 4.-T, bacen active and firm. Flour--Suterfine $c@(; 75. Wheat 5@lOc lower. orn o(90494c. Oats 52(3574,:. Pork $2i@29 50. Bulk clear rib aides 1.4c. Bacon shounders 13jc., rib sides l(;c., clear sides 17jc. Lard Is.c. Whiskv free $1 25. (CaLr.:r'TON, Sept. 4.-Cotton canier. Sales 72 hales- Iniddlrngs 2'c. Receiots for the week 4o bales. Exports coastwi.e 5!3 bales. Stock 1,;4 hales. MOBIL.R, Pept. 4-Cotton sales 60 bales. Market 'il.. Mddings 26). ]Ieceipta .31. aes. Il- eipts for the week ,68. Exports coastwine 1 i [ales. Stock 2.976. Heavy rains have faren within the past three days and it is feared con iderable damage has been done the crop. LoIISVILLI. Sept. 4 -Sales 55 bhds. tobacco: sis to common leaf $7(@1 75; Hart county me lium wrappers $28 50. Wheat $2 @2 05 FlIur, operfine 1 753@7. Corn i.5@10e. Oats 4.3S)50c. 'lye $1 25®1 30. Sugar-hard refined l, c. less pork $29. Lard la@1' o. Bac,,n - boulders 13e. ; clear rib sdes I'l.:. clear ides 1]70. Balit boalders 12jc.; clear sides 6c. Whiaky, raw, free. $1 27@ 30. STATE LEGISLATURE. FIF"TTY-EIGHTH DAY. senste. FRIDAY, september 4. IRr9. The Senate was called to order by the presi. lent at 12 o'clock. Prayer by the chaplain, Rev. Mr. Turner. Reaoing of the minutes dispensed with. ST ANDIIG CO iM4lTTESR. Mr. Ray, fr im 'be committee on judiciary, re mortd by substiturte upon an act to limit and con rol the assoesment of parish and munii,:pal taxes. An act to amend arucle 9!.9 of the 'onstitution, ilso by substitute. An act granting the exelusive privilege to W. J. rsylor and M. C ('onnor to erect platform scales, I'so by substitute. Mr. Ray. from the fiance committee, reported Favrathly upon an act relative 40 the collection t relx~ in Carrolltom The cnimlittee on enrollment reported several bills er r-sred. Mr. (('Hara. from the committee on claims re orted ftavorahly upon an act for the re'iel of . I :. Planchard. and unfavorably upon an act for he rl et of H. D Mnrcionis. Mr. Rspay, on a suspension of the rule., intro lored a j-lnt re-olutrion provtdlrn for per diem nd a ilesge of members and clerks of commit- I es- compelled to sit daring the recess. The revolution wa passed uioally. O(n a suspeneslon of the rulev Mr. Smith intro lced a bill to provide for the inipection ol Ive tock hid to prevent the sale of diseased meals into t jatsihes of Orltkans and Jefferson. The bill sa reed twice. Mr. Wilcox moved to refer to the slaughter rOte ci mmlttee. .rc. O'Hara moved to lay the motion on the able. TIe yeas sad nays weres called for by Mr. Todd, c.ultlrg-yeas. 10, nays 11. S-. ,'... . L ..O..l.*.. nmmittee Shealth. Mr. iodd moved to lay on the table and ailled or the eas and rays--yea 16. nays 8. Mr. lodd's motion to refer to committee on launrbter houses, ass then adopted on a divlalion -12 yeas, i nays. ntTT'te or ILt.O. I:r Mr. O'Para. Iotice of a bill relative to the SI., L:s -.ta Hire:lteid Association." The order of thile day was called. SPECIAL OIILiR OF THB DAY. An acset for the relief of the pariahes of Washing ri,, r.t. Martin, mlrin and others, provding fr be 'ipymen. of sch~ol fund warrants. Was tlken ip on i's econd readine. (in notion of Mr. Ollara the rules were ut. ,erded. and on motion of Mr. O'llarn the bill wasu iolly acted upon. Mr. Wilcox asked for a suspension of the rules o nmore a reconsideration of the vote rejecting be Honse amendment to strike ont section 14 of te metropolitan police bill. Mr. Wircox gave as his rmsans, that the e ucn provided that the lieutenant governor sahtll be president of the police board, and receive ex ra crmpensation, and was therefore uncustita Messrs. Ray, llokman, and Bacon disagreod rith Mr. Wiox, Who withdrew hi motion. An act to amend an act to take the sense of the ritizone of WinUn upon the proriety of removing Lhe seat of government to Wiuoed wa read. On motion of Mr. Bay tie bill wasu fnaly sdopted. Senats ball 5 for the rellef of Geo. S. Lacey, ttorney at law, was read and laslly pased. 'lbhe clerk of the BooUe appeared sa ouanced concnrrence in euate bill 178. uthodslag the cit2 to rect a lossn of $1.,000.000 to pay Its ex pense. He Ialso returned Sente bill No. 31 relha tirm to regbstil', with amendments. On· uspaso of the rules 'Ar. Blackman -alled up te registration bill The bill was adopted an asded. Mr. BlacinLJa moved a recounaderatoa of the vote. Mr. Ray moved to lay on the table. Carried. Mr. Wittgestein asked for a easpeumne of the rules to present a report from the committee visit. Ing the penitentiary. Roles suspended sad a bill for the relief of Wm. Lockwood, for keeping the nmachinery of the penitentiary Ia good order, was reported upon favorably. Senate bill No. 115 for the relief of R. J. Cald. well. was read and finally passed on motion of Mr. Ray. An act to incorporate the Loan and Pledge As sociation, was taken up and made the special order of the day on Saturday. An act to amend an act to supply the loss of the burnt records of the parisah of Clalborne, was taken up and finally acted upon. An act to authorize J. St. Cyr to doaste or will his property to his natural children. The bill was finally passed. An act fixing the jury terms in distriot courts, was read. On motion of Mr. Ray the bill was made the special order of the day on Tuesday next. On a suspension of the 'roles Mr. Braugho called up a bill qreating an additional district court in the perish of Orleans. sad reported by substitute by the jodieiary committee, providing that the Seventh District Conrt be designated for joy trials in civil cases. The original bill was adopted, An act to incorporate the Louisiana Mercantile College was read and finally adopted. An act to exempt the MIutual Aid and Life lo surance Association of Louisiana from tuaation was read and, on motion of Mr. Ray, laid on the table subject to call. An act for the relief of F. H. Aslitt was read and finally adopted on motion of Mr. O(Ymuiad. Fenate bill ti incorporate the Mandeville and Sulphur Springs Railroad Company was read and finally adopted on motion of Mr. Bacon. An act for the relief of Widows Loup and Hurst was read. c'n motion of Mr. Foote, the preamble was stricken out. Mr. Ray asked that the bill be considered and engrossed. Mr. Blackman arose and said that he regretted to otject to the bill, but had to do so on general principles. The bill was finally adopted. A message from the governor was received. An act defining the boundary line of the parish of l'laquenines on the right bank of the Missas slppi, was Anally passed. An act relative to fliqiring into the condli'on of Opossum Fork levee, in Arkansas. was read and finally passed. An art incorporating the Teche Navigation (' smpaty, was rend. and on motion of Mr. Riy, umase the special order of the day on Wednesday tiext. IILLR ON THIRD FnDiINl;. Asnact rel.tive to the , li.:e of inspector of hsv was Iread, nd fraily adoped * manoto f s at.. Cuplatid. Mr. 1:sy called up House bill 2.. relative t )the incor',oration of Alexaod is. winch was made the special order of the day on ia'nrday. On a secPens!on of the rules Mr Wilcov intro duced a bill to provide for publishing a bok a the agricultur.l ani mineralogical resources of the b.tate. Ordered to be printed. The Senate t int into executive session. The seasson bring raied, the chair announced Mr. Egan to be a member of the election corn mirtee tn pi. e of Mr. raunghn. and Mr. Ander son on the committee on printing in place of Mr. E. L.. Jewell. MIr. Wilcox moved to reconsider the vote by which th. act to publish a hill relative to the scrwiultural and mineralogpcal resources of the Sta'e wao referred to the committee. R-corsid ered. The bill was then relerred to the ficance corn rritnee. L mder a suspensino of the rules Mr. Ray intro. duce d a hoil to rese.l act N,. .2, approved 3d March. 1+';7, an act creatin• a special levee distrrut in the parish of Iferville. Read twice and referred to the internal im provem:t t committee. A commnunication from the governor was read, irnfor nit g thre Seca'e that he had signed an a-t fixing the time of holding terms of the district c, n-te in the Ninth .Judicial District. Also an act to regulate appeals In district courts of Jefer KaC. the Senate adjourned. mease of eeresetawtetra. The Hios*e met at noon. Speaker Lowell pre sid ig. a'lty two members present. Prayer. Minutes dispensed with. Leave of absence for fifteen days was granted to Barhee, of Sabine. A petitina from Cutbert Boltitt and others of .Jeflersi n parish, asking permission to bull a shell road, was received. Referred to cominttee on parochial affairs. REPORR OF STANDING COMMITrrxS. Judictiry-On the bill amending the 17th see twno of the present law relative to costs and fees, unfavorably. Report agreed in and bill killed. On a bill amending the law relative to the trial of contested election cases, favorably. with amendedniet. Amendmeate aetepted and bil cal endared. On a bill relative to selection of jury lists, fe vnrably, with amendments. Amendments, which are all ui important, were adopted, and the bill passed to its third reading. (In a bill creating a recorder's court in %arishof Jefferson, favorably. A bill relative to fines sad imprisonments, a bill amending article l7ii of the Civil Code, and a bill telative to delinquent lists of tax coilector., fa. yv ably. Bills all passed to their third reading. On a bill repealing the law which allows plant. ers to sell to laborers without a license, favorPaby. l'assed to its third reading. l endiog the discission of this bill, the secretary of the -oate appeared, asking ctoncurrerce in a hill amending articles 32lt, 32331 and 3210 of the Civil Code : so act relative to public lands, an act creating the parish of Richlanud. an act amend. Irg ti e ,t.lh section of the laws of 15 relative to ST:llTial proceedings, and an act for the relief of Mrs. Burke. IParochial affairs--n a Senate bill relative to pu:lic roads, ard a bill relative to the diviion of the Eleventh Ward of Terrebonne parish, favors bly. Bills passed to their third reading. PublIe hesalth and quarantine-on the bill inacor norating the New Orlr ans laughter aouse Com party, tavorably. Postpoeed till Monday nexc. The secretary of the Sealt here appeared and announced that the Senate had concurred in the House smerndrmet to the registration bill. The ball now at last goes to the governur. Tl.e Senate bill provid Ue tofur the creation of a board of public orks then canme up, unimportant anecndmets made, and wasu adopted ann nlen d~ared for its third reading. A mtessage from the governor wia here read rt n, urcring his al Itproval and salgnature of the ap propriauon bill. ilLLS ON Thiu D READINtt. .n asrt deftitig durles, privileges an, ermola e ·t e."r ,..ri r, .a..'.l, Uned. Rsn r i the Au act relative to marriage. Detess, of Raen v:lle ncoved to lay the bill on the table. No vote. On Onotion of Gray, of St. James, postponod till aobde) next. An act regulatlng qcerantine at thoe Rigolet, finally rassed. Sent to the Senate An act for the relief of Jas. L. Gnthrie, Union ria.h. Laid on the trj.le. An act for the relhe: of R. 1.. Lovi, of Bienwlle. IP'ead. An art to amend the law relative to public print hg. Passed and sent to the Secate. lllilscn here cl:ed up the bIll suth ,ri7ing the city to issue S3,(iOu.~l worth of bonds, and moved that It he postponei till next Monday. Carried. Thie House then took up the metrjpoltan police hill, in some ot the amendments to which the Renate had refaued to soneur, and adhered to its tormer action, ordermg a comittee of con. ference. An act relative to deputy clerks of district courts. Pased finlly. An act giving juriadideoo toThird, Fourth, Pifth, Sixth and Reaenth District Courts of New Orleans to try certaia cases. Pemsed ially. An act relative to tutorship of minor children of Mr. and Mrs. Goodwys, deceased. Pasmed fnally. An act ameading the hw relative to adoptie~ of children. Passed afinally. An et utborizstog ('. T. Bhiae to change his as~e. Puassed finally. Ac act providing for the improvement of Red Btier. Passed tinally. An act relative to tetlmoey Inl suite now pead ing. Pendlnr the consideratioa of this bill the Born found itself without a quonram, and adjemoased U tul twelve oclock Saturday. In l~57, Chiecago had twelve elevators, with a storage capacity for 4,095 000 bushel of graln; now she has sevente el evston with storage ca pacity for 10,035.000 bshelis. IGOCAL POLiTIU. The eeesrsee f" leUe mueaame Club. Will ooeaf a favor npen the editors of this c ama by eeding to the Cascamrr ooce after see meeting of the several clubs which they represent a symopals of ite proceedigas. We are con pelled to ask this frem them, as the rapidly is creasing number of Democratic clube in the cit render it imposaible for a local force, howres large, to attend every meetn. We wish to mak this columa a complete compeadnm of looe political intellgenoce, and, with the id of on friends, will certainly do so. But uech dtaonc is necesary. We trust that the Democrats of t. city will give it The Creseent City Club. This gallant organizatfon, which is truly orm cent-in numbers. In uaefulne sand in reputation got up, last night an affair which, by the member of the club and its numerous friends, will not eoo be allowed to be forgotten. But to commence a the beginning. Rt paring about 7 o'clock to the wigwam of th club, corner of PrytaUni and Jackson streets, on reporter found there assembled some 150 of juy the very nicest (that's the exact word) gentlemec of our city. all in their white redhborderd cape and white red-bordered caps, looking the pet sonifcation of enthiualstic earnestnese for th caupe. After the meeting had been called to order, i preseit was made to the club by two of its activi men bif"r, which ii one of the handsomest tiing of the sort we have ever see.. It is a roll of tbh omcers aid active and homerary members of th club. written beantitullyasd mast prettily adorns with a facsimile of the device on the club's banner and with numerous other specimens of chiro graphic skill and taste. This well-conceived ant well-executed work is from th bhands of Meers Moire and Vaught. two members of the Creeceo tity club. to whom we think too much credit can not he given. The roll properly acknowledged the S-cretary read a note addressed to the elol by Meear.. If. Chesnee and A. Bu~ch, the twi gentlemen who are now in charge of the well know n store of Mr. W. Dauphin, on Canal street in which they. in language breath.og pa'riotiae and ardor for the cause, asked of the club ac ceptai ce of a handsome wreath, which had -ncom pani, d the note. The wreath of artidoial t ,ers with long streamers of costly ribbo, is a gem i. its way uand one well worthy to come from sumc gentlemen as Mesars. Dauphin, Cheasaje and u-'ch to such a club as the Crescent City. TI is r- sentari,,n over, the doners made bonor ery metmhre by acclamation, and some urin-u portant routine business trarnactei, the Crescent 'oy's aidjourned to the street. where with lash irg torches and dancing banners they formed in line ready for the march before them. Under th0 gomancve . tfrt-f psleud messh~e, Qev.. o. W. Squires out Jackson street they went, to Maga. zir e, thence to Felicity road, out Annuactation trrcet on which, in front of the residence of Mrs. Harry Hall, they halted, fronted, grounded lamps, and stood cap in bhand, siiting the wreath for wiicah they had come. Stepping forward with to handse we haannr of the club, their standard bearer, Mr. Panchard. loweredithe staff, and Mtds. HeII placed on it a beau'iful wreath of oak and ivy accanmpanying the gift with a few gra.eful - o,rd. expressive of the saith of the ladies Ii the Creseent r Cty's, and of their iltention to cling to t.., i, as des the ivy to the oak. Col. Ogden, pre sident, resaonded in his usual happy mainer. and the club with cheers load and oft repeated itda-r-ed his every word of thanks to the ladies and admiration of them. ' hen taking again their torchee, the club re sumed their march, and when they again halted it was in front of the residence of B. Bloomtl Id, Esq , on Mgaszine street. A serenade and hearty cheers iron, her admirers (and they are the whole club) were given to Miss Btoomfield, when. come. tetmarchung. the Crescent City's proceeded to the residence of Mr. Delgado, on Constance street, where on the steps, the master of the house was awaitins them. Mr. Delgado here made one of .he atrist pointed, eloquent and well worded eteeches we have yet heard in this campaign. He si aI : ' Gentlemen of the Crescent Ci'y Club! , Ik in, and take some punch !' " Break ranks, march." shonted the marshal, and with a will the gentlemen accepted Mr. Delgado's hLoitation. We can't 'top to tell all the good things said during the short stay in the house, nor enumerate the jokes which that punch created. daelce it to he said that after every man had partaken of the hospitalitit a of the master and mistress of the maassoa, the Crescents once more shouldered t ,rcbes and marched off, Illmiuattag every street through which they passed by their torches, and their countensnces beaming enthusiasm, and mk irg the welkin ring with cheers again and again °tesared for our champions, to the resideoce of Mr. I'. H. Foley on Prytants street, where waiting tor them on the gallery were a number of young adies, one of whom, by the by, is an honorary member of the ('recents. A serenade, cheers, a t-orred conversation on the gallery. and a short d#, tan tl.a in the parlor to the few who were for tur ate cough to be in there and away again we vt the club. We cant ot follow them any further. Our repor. tornal duties bore called us of ann very unwillingly we at last dropped out of the place assigned as b) the hospitality of the gallant Crescents. and with a last look at their handsome banners, their ,eautiful wreaths and tasty usiforms, all lit up by the glare of torches to a more than daylight's brilliancy and attractiveness, we turned away to duty. Where the Creeen a went next we cer rainly csnnot tell. They were primed for a night of er joyment, and we are sare that many of their friendd were visited,many a glassof pubsh drank, enc O ! so many a cheer given before the Cres cent City's sought their headquarters. For their kind attentions to our reporter he hbanks them, and when next the Ca.asSNTr anmesakes turn out may be be there to see. MInte tea f 'ee. The Minute Men of 'il held a large meeting last P'enng in their hall, corner of et. Charles and ;rvlver stree,. The beainese trasected was rererslly of a private character, batbhe moaot Dny was happily and pleasantly broken by the presentation to the club of a splendid wreath Iram a fair donor whove modesty, uas great as her -aste, precludes us trom naming her. Resolo tine thanking this lady and the donor of another beautiful ta ken to bthe club, on Chartres street, during the last grand proeession, were pssicd noanimosly. Jesolotieos were also ~assed to parade st the invitation of the Blair Knucht,. on the occasion of the reerittoo of the br I ouls delergaton. and thanking Capt. D awtv, ot the Annie Wagley, for favors. and electing him a at ororry menember of the cluh We were very muoeb pleased to antie the good o'der and decerorum preserved in the hal during the meeting, a feature which we attribuote no leo to the intelligence and resectabilty of the members lhb n to the ability of Preasldent Braughen in rga lai g a arilnsiaentsry body. Thb Minute Mlen hive all star piotd wishes foe their suecess. We sitt not cluse before nmentioning that the cl- nlost a valuable elficer in the resignation of Mr. Nevitt, tr. Wi. F,r-r a reei mm M-eeury inn .ii W Uidey a corresponding uretary, m the as _harge of tbher duties. TI. Creseat Mewuted Club lMet in force last nght at Lagie Ball. Rodness. ,ritiupally rootise. being transacted, the only item swe shall lpahlish is the election of the fol rawng named gentlemen to honorary member bhip: P. Trwin. W. S. Pike, Sam. Smith, D. P. Logan. P. F. Folger, I,. Folge,, lR. Morse, W. H MC. :hellin. J. W. Payne, J. P. Hatrrison a. Bowers. &. Fcrtier, J.. W. Burhridge, T. D. Miller, Sawyer tliwsrd, It. . P. ollivaa, Aogute liechart, '. W cr'mmack, Hesry Renthiw, R. Pratcherd, Wnm. Patbhurst, Wi. Henderson, A. C. Goddin, rh0ns Warner. Tt e ctub holds, at the same pluee, on Tuesday etx t t7i o' clock, its regular weekly meeting. The dutmr Pleest Snads,, An organizatio to whom the highest praise we san give Is to my that they worthily bear the. sme ot their seanionr, are to-nght to reoeitve front ther tlady admiens a baster and wreaths Ieas nerabla. The full perticnlere will be foen in moother column; let ocr meders refer to then ow,. and to-merorw we wil thil them bow the progrme was adbhered to. For a speecsal levit. ion to be on bhiand the Pesil, Jr., bav oar basnbks. We shaell ertalay foept it. B5em Duageog' Jr. We have been kindly hvored with as invitation to asHist at the presentation of I beatiful haeuer to the gallat youthm composing the Broom Bang ee. Junior. The preeenlation wiU tke place this rvening at 7t o'clock, at the reddenceof J. A. dHenuecourt, ci Royal strut, betwes Hospital ard kBarracbs meet. The tokesn, of eonrse, is the gift of the fair ladi of the t euad Distrit, who hanve with muck tact iadeed ur talented ad eloquent fellow-etiUes, Proesor Alexader Di)mitry to make the presentais adduess. It may well be said that it never reis bot it poour in comneetion with thim notie, for the Broom Juniors will also reeoive a gsid at the hands at the ladies at the oemrr of 8. Charles sad Wash ington strets. and sewrve wrethe in ether por I to of the oIty. The Cmome will ertaily be k represented. The MeaneSm :hlages., Corner of Melpomese asd MagoliaU, met last I nig ht, and, after the regular beeleess. were ad. I. dressed by Mr. J. P. Children. A motion was y pased dropping from the roll ad members be longing to other club and having their asem* o the roil of the Rngers, after which they ad. 0 journed to Thereday evening next, at 7T o'clook. 1l **yme.. Wal.es. A called meeting of this ohb was held at their beedquarters, orer the Gee bloea, last sight. No busirene of public Interest--h fact, none of Sany htind-was trae aceted, d the olub aedjourned to meet on Tuesday, 8th last., at 7j r. I. The Peadaiese *a e e- Had a immasue regular menthly meeting last evening at the New Opemreuse. The room was so crowded that many of the members bd to a stand on the stairs. Denress of importasee to S the club was raseoted. The Pesdletoea are a lively and powerful orgalsation. e The 5seeambee5 Coered Demeesae i Held a large meeting last veeag, at the corner t of Fulton and Poydras strees. Everything west a oi quietly and pleasantly. elubs meetMla T.aseght. Our eloquant feliowclitisze. Hon. B. L. Jewell will address the First Ward Democrats at gaile Ball, this evenig. The public are Iavited. The Hon. Marcetuse A. Poeue sad other dmtiguished gentlemen wilel also pek. The Jewell Cadets hold a meeting this eveaag at 156 Front Levee. 'The Blair Kaights hold a meeting to-night at half-past seven o'lockn, over HaBkias's, coraw Conmmn street and Theater Alley. The Frank Blair Gourds, Jr., are to meet for special bueeineethis evening at 7, at headquartera, 103 Bt. Charles street. The Seymour and Blair olub hold their regular meeting thi evening at the National Hall, Poy. drm street, between Liberty sad Frarkll streets. A general attendance is earsestly requeeted. Shbe Blair Sentieils are called on to meet thi evening at headquarters, corner Julia sad Rum part streets, on business of importanoe coaeeoted with their banner presentloaon. The l2eventh Ward Cleb at their wigwam, cr ner Magasise and Levesah street, at 74 o'clook. Inportant buhones. The First Ward Club at Eagle Hall, at Tt o'clock. I h, National Democratic Club of Algiers, lathe St. Charles Ball Room, at 7I o'clock. The reymour Oodes corner Magaunie sad Poetfarre srets, at 7) o'clock. The Ninth Ward Club, at the Crescent Beer Sa loon at 74 o'clock. - Surst 3JnttUigence. IF ws Aes to believe the rumor current about town, the eity is to be overrun on the 12th with Rdical negroes from all par. of the adjcent country. It is reported that seven steamboats have been chartered, some of them on the lake. as well as on the Misasieipp to bring the freed. men hither from far sad near. As outrages have bees raonpitted in New Orleans by proceseieso of the Radical party, and the offenders never brought to punishment ; and as a Radical colored senator has been allowed to shoot off hs pitstl on the principal street. sad been released almost Ir tediatel) siabr. idt i with exceeding anxiety that the law abide citisens look forward to the Bad ical demonstration of the 1tth inst. It has been o eggreested hby ore or more of oer eotempomries that all stores should be cloed at a seasonable hoar, and all coSeehoues sand places of iamse ment as well. Boeh a coarse would doubtlss he judioioo.sand It would be well for the municipal authorities to do what may be necessary to make it uniform. We trust the chief of police will take seeh men cures as to prevent any more fruit stores sad sods abhope frcm being gutted, or citirens paelag outiely homeward from beh·l ineulted and ae sal ed. Five or tea thouand negroes. fresh from the plantations, encouraged sad instigated by the artful words of white adventurers, will form an irruption as dangerois as it is deplo rable. the police of New Orl, se are now asl to nimber rpwards of 800 men. They are equal is peint of ntDmbers to say regimeat ln the mMiry service. They shbold also be equal la discpiUn and emfiency to ary regiment; and as they are adequately equipoed and armed, we most look to them for saiet sad for proteeie. Maor Williat sun, their chief, has a very heavy responsibility resting upon him. and we hope he will me every precaution. so distributig and lastirotin his forces that an outbreak in any quarter may be pre taptly quelled and the guilty parties arrested. Forbearance cannot be too earnestly impressed upon the citeans of New Orlesans i the coming Radical demonstration. A bloody outbreak is the prayer of the Iadicals in power, for it is the only card thronh which they aone hope for theeloction of their presidential candidate. Let us seaer wib Job's patience the tormeats which Satan has devised, secure the ltimate triumph of right. justie and law, and the Ad-Seeing Provideae of a benefcent God. OrPIam or eas AacanOge.-We can hardly c' mmunicate any more gratifying Intelligence to the readers of the Carscmrr than the announce neit that the Academy of Molso will open on Tuesday nest, the th last. As we stated a day or two ago, Messrs. Spalding & Bidwell have spared so paies or moaey to make their edidao illul worthier of public pateonage. Where every thing was excellent before It i hardly possible that any surprising improvement ean have bees mnade; but uch is the entlerprise, sach the good. taste and liberality of the proprietors of this favo rite theater, that we look forward with cartoslty and Impatienee for the advent.of Tueaday. I tcere is room in the auditoriem, the Cassosa shall be representd. Tun TrrsMrAun yeterday as shown by the observations of A. b. Grlswob Co., corner Canal rnd Royal rtreet, was as follows: At 6 A. m. 79 degres; 12 n lt; 3 r. . 86; 6r. . 8S. I be temperature ysterdsy, as ehows by the thermometer a C. DuJhamel , Ill Caal street. was as follows: Ate. M.'TS degrees.; 12 is. Larr xoni, as a negro pression wrua r credlng slot g the aseer, nasr the corner of Vt lere anrd GaCsquet, eittler the neogore in thepro ression or those accompeanying them on the ide. walk entered a mal store kept by a poor weess nrmed Hennett, sad whist some were pretending to trefilc with the terrified n unproeeted woman, the ,tbers plundered tee sbow wsedow aend shelves of nearly everlthlg portahle shoet the ectabtishmest. )Do the Radicale inteud Io si-. nalirze all their demonstratious with ootrageaef thnis kind, and will the peoeo suobmitto the out. rages Tim FIRiT Republien demonstration we have had for come time Ib the city, was proeessioo ,, sixty or sementy colhred men on t. Oharls street, last evensag, is uniform. They were vcflrruas. yelling .at the top of their leunge, and CereneOw 55e. Ohaule satreet sotoemporary. Bswalr Theias ha bee arrted oherged wrfth embeasdnllg upu elothee b1nhe de41 , the proceeds of some outton wbhieh he was eLtneted with. isad was furnihed by Theomsaa he was released. J< u., Tr-na was arrested yesterday for shnot ing at a man with wkhm he was qousrrelling. A uax named Benry Cllek weas drowned. Pri day. in the river jast below the stlock ladisng. He was rowing oin a boat with twe others, when he fell overboard, from a esaddm lrch of the boat, and sunk imameadJtely. Beh body has not been recovered. SA rtwr aonm of Bea Bqer, Damed Wtiltia Looi.:s, has bee arrested for stealinlg a quatity of spoons, forks, dishes and silver ware. His chance for Congress will he sa eleellent one. Coowmn Rocus has held an equest on the body of the emplo) of the Opeloumses Railroad Cae pany, who was murdered sear Tgervill. dp be. lore yeterday. The erdict we that the odeeseo was killed by perso eekaewnm. A voar asmed Aleceder ioaotes is nder ar* rest for foriag the smle Mr. L. C. Allen to a. promissory ate ferlSO. Tea naLLtva of Mr. Peas, b the Cnrt Die trit, near Amesnciatss Sueau, was entered by burlurs a few ngb ago,h bet the thieves were unable to carry oW eythlg of vale. Tan wsumas is beemieg napleassal ool after midnlgha, A dAD amed oe Wright wan eleomly stabb*d he the love y evenlg by asothar lad in as alterctns. The mede6 to* wee car. ried hem. and is feared his woerd daege. rous. W ue ri tnDe Dtea valued rIpemd for a boettle of as good brandy as ever wrr.aed the heeart of man.