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S- VOIUME VII. TUESDIAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1868. NUMBER21. 'NERVOUS AND DIIDI ,ITATEtI Sufferlngs Have Bee 'rotracted -rao HIDI)EN CAUSES, WHOSE CASES REQUIRE PROMPT TREATMENT --to ?lender Exist nee Desirable. If ye ra o t fertig froi tDalatctry teoarpa, what ) s trrdoreitprod re o ,esn generl health ? Do yoe feeloes it. dLb llt , easlly tired? Doe a ntase eaertloe proda palpitels of1 the heart? oro* .?,ur 'lmer or ertmy rgas. Or yaour kidneys, fro evtil gret el of order ? Iylor vt ne omrtl sthmtble smilky. or feeky, or 'it ropy *g, Wetllr; or does a thick sc~ rise to the top; or i a* sdl ,tst at thebebatem after it he stood awhile? je y.u have spells of short b, tlning er dymeppsle? re your *eelr co.tdpai/f. Sye have esplls of tantingtlý rauhee of blood to the head? , yeour sevoery Impaired? Ti yr smld rostacnt'y d,'tliag apes this subject? PD. y, , fel dull. lrtlens me tng, tired of comply o life D,, ypo, lsh to be left elone, to get away from everybdy? Doe sty little thlur make start or aump? ], your sleep broken or nreo me? Isl the luster of yaour eye as rlllist; the bloom on your MeLk as bright Do you enjoy yrurslf ln m. y aswell? Do yoe puarne your buslcema r.th he ame eergy ? Do you feel as mach coeldeoa, Is y orself I Are your oltrite dlI ad Batodg, Cgies to es oef malan htoly ? If mm, do set lay It to yr0 liver or dryoppll. lare you restless nightsr or back weak, your knew weak, ard have you hut little appetlt. aend you etttrlbut this om dyspepsia or livem eomplln ie , reader, aELF'ABUtIi, VENEREAL DISX&iIE badly stred, sad smeual exorea ae all capable of pro lcilg a weaaess of the goeer: Ile oreral The organs of gonereatle, w ia l peL ct health, mak1 oe sea. Did you er think that those bold, dedautL merpgtle pere. vering. encrsful businese men at'. always those whos genera Ivs orgatu are In perfect bhealth Yu s o r har sech mse lmplain of betag melancboly, o" nervensueus, of palpitation ,the be.-t. They are never a aid theJy cannot saceed lI bllae*er, tey dma't become a d and disronrald; they are ailway .pol.ltad pleasant to the eomsany of ladies. and look yee and then rlg'tt in the face-.,oue of your dowcast lohks amay et a- lmewsmel shOt La sm. I do eot Ien thor( who keep :ihe cras llamed t , runninul to excess Three will sot only ruin trher enUalt.at s, bet alse them they do bsinew with or for. ow c any oee from badly cared diseases, from the effects ismllf.abou and olee.esl have bru"ht about that state of weakness o those organs that has rduceld the giperal system Ssotn. m e to lndsre almost every rther lsou e-lidlocy, lo a,'y. pur.ly)ta. Spinal eadeItll, esaidde aud almost every other form .f ditae wbehl bemea tTy is ehir to, aod thoreal ame o the trceable sareely orver suepected. and have doc toed for all but the right mao Diseases of those organi re re the ao ef Dure(ic. Belabeld's Fluid Extract Bacha T"lla GltI) .AT i)IIlt)ETIOe £ CERIAIN CURE FOR DISEASES OF THE BLADDER, iLWYTB. GRA TKl DSOPSY. OMOANIO WNARWNRB. FEMALE )OMPLAINTh, 'JNERAL DEBILL'T, --aral n n- ZZIfeTICO IN IMAEL.d O FNnLN W, 1"h ,itev'r Caus.e Oi)riginating a.d no sater 1'. S eteeget Is sehairted to 'ioeesetptla at Iseelty 1 r e Ou(r Itb cad bleed a uport m 'ron tbhe Ieerrre ·nd the belthb anud haproi.j*m. ad that of PoeaeraI S'd d uopo prompt se of a relibi remedy. IELM lOLU * EXT ACT r UCHW IaISAUDsLMED -PIWAR 0r 1t Ti.&n -Prepared - B. T. IIHELMB LD, Drerr, m a3mam, TTe,, eme LO Uee I Phlladaiphi, PLa a my s e laild by ci 3e@ Ieeeeewhom POMOIE AJlB OlZUl Pi cplinmm ep ao siwed srq@.Wte h b0'dib of' * m al Wscebesee and epgmd . t. HIL.MBOLDI. The psepeter wee oe. pted to adopt suCk a wrapper h,.lee at tdE prewiag pope Ilsdy of hi rticcl. aend to peeva4 ple ddea memrLta. "'aE ORE80EB T'S DISPATOUIES. MV RIOM WAO MhINLT ON. Rthemck Oppwed to a Peptember HCW PINCHBALK'S THREAT IS REGARDED. THE NEW YORK HERALD ON PINCHBACK'S SPEECH. The Late Storm Abroad-Great Lou of Ships and Lives. BANKS FAVORS A SEPTEMBER SESSION. ( EN. I;LAIR AN ) COLFAX, COLIAX REPORTS INDIAN ATROCITIES THE D BT STATEX ENT FOR AUGUST. INCIEALS OF OVER *I1S,.4,O . WasPtNirow, Sept. 7.- 8chenck, to whom, with Senator Murgan, was left toe question oft calling a esaion ol (Congress in leptember, has written a letter deprecating a September session. Best informed pa ties say there will be no session. Mctlellan is expected in toe Cuba, which leaves Er gland on the 19th l nst. l'inchbark's threat to burn New Orleans is re garded with horror by all clamses and parties here. The NeW rlk I lines and the Fribuue are stleut on l'inchback'l speech. The herald says: the savage threat uttered on Friday last by P nochba'k, the Iii lato, who was recently installed tot, Mr. .Jeweil'a place as senator fIrm the Second Ilstrtlet of Orleans parishb. La., is a startliug coutirmatlon of the lart,ariy attributed to the negro, wilen his head is turned and his vanity is sweden by the perilout posiession of power. the fiendish spirit whl h kit.dled the horrors of St. Dominugo, blazes furti in I'iichbck'l a lurId prophe-y. ' foe dan of retribution,' when " ten tbhoiiand torches will be applied to this c ty '" u. New Orleanss " w. be rduced to asres." Nting can exhibit more ," early than thLe dreadful thirat the utter aunit nes. of the clas (of wh ch lI'ii hriack is a type, t,. be -uenatr re and rulers in the lauJ. F'oreign news per steamer reports the storm on the 23d .lt. as very destructive. Toe oecl was M.leau a th wreck.. F'wreny lives. were lost by t e linkig of the Tars. A large vessel, oniie uu known. went down w0 ar Foitimby Light House; a I on bard lost. Gen. links is here end favors a 'eptember ses ri -L of Congress to ecuure a meeting in O"U.ober if nect cary. A de.egation of the Richmond tobacco manufac toa. ra : here to secure a general hboted care h use In IlRchmniod, whereby tobacco can be for a::v, id in smarket witho',ut payment of the tax. T * r i success is probable. (;en. t;lair will hei here on the 11th. Colfax teleg uphs tie so retay of war from Dhever of terl, e Iqdian outrages there thoutt No- ther the secretar)yof war our the lnd;ao bu reau have drspatc'ie- trom ariny offlcers or [adian agtntll relative to the Indian war. (iollax will be here on the l~th Instant; also, V\ ade. Vt Anlcit;roNT , Sept. 7.-The debt statem-nt shews an, in rease of debt bearing colan i tereat. $-.:1 lI 0,0; increase of currency bearing interest, I* lIt (l1I: decrease of national det an t pre a, oned, $5 431 000l; increase of the debt bearing no I:tlc et $' I."2 .00H): iIeued to Pacific It alroad Cotimtian·sr . I:;,to4.,000; increase of coin In the tresaury. CI, 1,0.1I ;: decrea.e of c irrency In the Ireaenry, I11,5,U00; increase of public debt, Treasury warrants issued during Aurnnt : Civil and diib nha'ic, $13,1(00 000; interest, $S 30 (1000: war. 11 ir-, 10 ; navy. $1.l600,i)0; pensions and Idrtias. $1.00 000u. bhe Ala-k purchase in cluded in the civil and diplomatic amounts. FROM RUROPF lErgl-ih Polltes--The Tlme ean the AIaaea. trea aS Melxtee sto e matted Miss.. LovinoN, Sept. 7.-Murphy, the anti-papal mai tat r. is announced for Parliament from Manches ter, making the sixth candidate. A meeting in his bebalf, numbering (6;15), was dispersed by the Irish Catholics after a two hours' fight. Many were hurt. The police finally restored order, but disturbances were renewed during the night in -everal quarters of the city. Ihe limes, in a leading editorial, says the an nexation of Mexioo to the United States is desira ble, but the time is not yet ripe : it will not be a·cinipllehed now without a needless expenditure of Ihle and treasure. FROM ATLANTA. 're Geoegti Letaelasore-- oere Negroes Onstd. An·l.aTA. Sept. 7.-The Senate by a vote of 20 to Iit letused to reconaider the relief bill passed on baturday. A retlution was offered declaring Senators I 'niphell and Wallace not eligible to eets--th.y belg regroes-under the Counstitution of th, r: ate, Lar of the UiLted States. Hfiabee (Ilepub. ia)ll) read a l,-oilution pesed her-lfolre, under general order No. i, and Ilasisted that It took a tao-tlbrd. ote ti, b iig It up; the chair decided a two-tlirdli vote necesary. Halhomb said it was the Iost extraourir ary decision ever made liy a Irleslatlive body,. and appealed from the de SIi-n 0f Ithe tchair. The nppeal was sustuaned by a vte f 24 to . and the resolution made theape Si-tal order lor Friday next. 'the lit use I, a vote oi l; to 42 passel a reco li i-n to e ,ct a hiard of conlmlautoners with auul.t ri' to I ppi.int oi t tra of the State rad. . I ,t rare curtained the pr)vernor'e veto of the "ait.tl sh o ,it -yea. 11, na)s 15. i day 1 thie lIat day foir registration. FiON WILINGrO0N, N C. A- -*so tlllla eta O DmseerettcW eN-trems real ag -Tae QUInmeal of Orgse awe eeH for HiA: :ir.rot. bept. 7 --On Satarday night at Siotl til. IampOD county, a nLegro man who lfo i erl) belr~ged to the loyal league tbut wh, re -a r.,l abandoned that organiz oina and j,:ned a * riieid Iltmocratic clhin, wea called o0r of his iiulCe and sthot through the beart. This affair has le-ated con.lderable ev~iternent. rhOe wahtes t Uerally th.utk hat the ilrerunalcsn par y are de rlel l.ltd 10 brilDi on co.lllin. Hlerertiore i'Tre ,a been no Ku KIlux I(an or . ,her secret lie o irtic organizatin In tli:4 Slt-.. Ht' r ,w I" Is . cersitood and believed teat enerietl, e'lorts 'ill I e n ade to organieG some eCC et ordnir asa matt r of sell-detenet . lhere can Ibe r:o doiibi ttat a *reat mejorly of the people here iong fr pea e; it is all they sik-all they want. bilut the hi·:et aid most liberal intds here seemed to bave ar rited st the concluseion that the immediate suture as Irnught with most mroment oi Ie-uens. It is the cemstt.ent of practical thIakilng men i re that trinlhnett Northern men of ',inserctivl e v-we hu d come l t utth unaI aldres the pe-ale. Lr) br.dy here faviors peace. FPO LEAVENWORTH. eiatd AtteeL - Fer Ddger. I i NT Imors. Sept. 7.-A suecial frim Ha ve Ct!!e vs the Indiana made a dash on Fort l,,dgr ,ri kIf:led three and wuinded seventeen saldlre. They were finally driven of. Indian lose nnknown. i;tu ,heridan is now at Flrt L)udge. FROI 8AVANrNAB The teseable readthe. SAAN'Ian Sept. 7.--A. A. Bradley. the negro Ilately expelled from the ieorgia enate. ad d',eud a RepibllcanI meetiat here thIl evening Be maid that Cilf and other carpet baggers wonld lace teneetted the Democrats. He was glad hey bad dome otherwise. He thought the cumin. elercton-wblch ever way it went-would cause bloodihe d. I he w hole speech was of a rambling and cau trtctroty character-many of hir wirers being lIoubtful which side he was suoporrihg. There were about five hundred persons presen', and everything passed off quietly. The Seath Corollas Leatelatare-iHe. D. H. COLT-al. Sept. 7.-A bill was intr uho -ed into tle benate to-day to suppress in-urrective rebel lion. It gives the governor dictatorial p cwers in a-ce of insurrection or rebellion AtorerT. (a.. Sept. 7.--Hn. B. H Hill Is about 'wving here to stump the North and West in the intere't of the Democracy and for the punpone of representing the true condition of affairs bouuh. RIVER INlW. VIrcKsseto, Sept. 7.-Passed up: Aronaut, at 9i A. .. Quitluto. at 6 r.. Down: Celents, at noon to-day. Q M1. Bagey at 6 r. n. Bsnearak aground at Pawpsw. Hlier tailing aloiwty. I.OrIsvILLA, Sept. 7.- Rver stationary ; 4) feet 1i the canal. Weather clear and pleasaut. ST. Litsan, Sept. 7.-River declning steadily, and all the apper tream falling. FROM SOUTHWUT PAiS. PotrTnwasT Pasa, Sept. 7 -11 A. M.-Wind northwest and light. Arrived : Steamaht Iolt na, Hovey, ten days from New York. to 1. * Fosdick A Co. She reports on Sunday, f:h in stant. at 4 r. a., R5 miles from the oar, passed the aesamihip Cortes, hbece for New York. No de parture a. iiir II'w EST Pass, Sept. 7-G P. m.--Barometer 21:;0. Kitnd sounheabt light. No arrivals. No del artures. *AKM-TS LoNooW, Sept. 7-Eveninug.-Conole it ; bonds 71 ,c. 'Pails, Sept. 7.-Bourse dull; rents 70.53. Lo.,bltnn e t. 7. CountIs advanced . L, iun.. ncpt. 7-Noon -- ona.in : bonds 72: tallow 45.. 6d.; sugar easier at 335. il. K Auk ouKr, S,',t.7 -t o d. 7 .,'t72 .. Li\v I',OL, Sept. 7-Noon.-- Cott , b, avy sales 1s-td bales, . breadstufs quiet; ohu r moarkets unchanged. Li otvsi uoL. Sept. 7 -A fernoon.--Cott .' pn i, but not qu,.tahly low,r, wi'h nime &cti:It) y ne ail retb h 10 01 0 bales. Breadetutff du!!: p, k qui' t i.Ld stency ; lard exc!ted--advanced to 7j,;.; 4Irnl41 icitei d to 14s. Lit a.tiiL, Sept. 7-Eveninr.-Cotton easier; sales to nay 10,( 00 bales. Lard firm. Others un cl.arged. New Yoii, Sept. 7. - c'otton heavy, a lht le lo er. Sales 5(10 hales ; Iiddliig- 2 'i402.1c. F' our rmn; supterthne $7(u.i 25; extra $I 2. ,, "i therni b snds dull. Wheat firm; red St. Louis $2 l1io4 $2 l 1: , lite Tenntscee $2 5l ; amber 'euinesee, v, r) co ce $2 .3 : whie Kentucky $2 o;I. C:orn sit 1dy. eI pot *$2n 7I <t2*. Lard firmur: mesa nrdered 1I(i4204. ; kettle rendered 2i44 i ,li Other ptovtVi.,ns s'eady. Whisky nomina*. ha gar active #o. higl er: ('uba refining 1 1.lo '. l urpn'ume 4444t1jc. toein $2 7o((47 0O. Sttuter 12,401;:.. Fr, i-h. ounchanged. bALTInOtlt, t-ept. 7.--Cottou dull -middlion 29c. Flour aeak and nomilnal. Wheat dull -prime ret (2 404t012 c,L: inferior to god $1 7.i452 13. torn dui . I'rme w . te, $2 201rit.2 25. t)ats firm; ptr me I;C'r"0c. Rye firm. P'rovUionis firm sod scarce. Mess pork $3u. Bacon, clear siade-, 171 . Hams 22(0g23c. Virginia ('s Inscrioed, old. 5563 asked ; Le b3ds bid. New S taK, Sept. 7.-governments cloned firm; 5 20s of ltinh2, 113 ; ,it 1 14, lI,ri.: of I.il., 1111: new irsue of ~I67, luhj; u-0.40. 10 : ienlutssee, Lew, .j: North Carouina -; VI gints. 5:1. new .. tlev e. sy at 3rgic. for call loans; prlun di"countl 6ii 147. Gold weakened. closing at I t1. ;ter-il g exchange quiet at :'. Stick nmarktgen. erally steady. ( lAi el.oiN. Sept. 7 -Cotton market dull - no sales; n iddling nominally 2'c.; receipts 10 bales. tIAVANA, Sept. 7.- Sugar 114let.1 7 j74. Freight, iikar, per lb x $1 0. Exchangeu I,,ol modu 1 (g@lc. On the United States, for cmrren:y. ;iO anys. 254126ic. discount; for gold, 60 days, 41'4 5t. premium ; short night 5',4;c. t-A ANtan, Sept 7 --otton dull and nominal: midlnts 21c. ; sales 4, Dales: receipts 17T, ales. MolnLi. Sept. 7 -(ttotn nmarket dull and easy; n iddling 2tic.; sales 20 bales.; receipts 750. Ex ports none. ( IhtIiATIn. Sept 7.-Flour quiet: family $9 50 Q@,9 75. Wheat $1 98. Corn St 02(1 01J. tisky iii bond held at 70c. Pork $29. Bulk meats 12 (.14c. liacon- shoulders 1lc.; sides 16~(l;c. Laid 19c. Butter and cheese firm and unchaige I. S T. Litir.s, Sept. 7 -Tobacco droipir.u. Flour dtil and unchanged. Wheat F1 45.42 15. Corti 93::(v:'4c. Oats 53(57. Pork $21 25. Bacon - shoulders 12:1c., clear aides 174c. Lard 1~ljl49c. Sibanky beld at $1 30. I.ot'FeII.Loa, Sett. 7.-Tobacco scaree and hihbt r ; lung $7 O0(g,4 50, medium leaf $14. mnuu facturing Hart county medium $21 2.i. Four, supetfine $(i 7507. Wheat, red $2402 03.. Co:rn .5(QC0ic. 0 a 45(90Uc. Ilye $1 26(,4l 30. Pork, nes $29. Lard latc. Bacon-aohu.lders l;i.c.. clear rib aides 144-., clear sides 17c. lBalk meats- ahtulders 121c., lcear sides 1tc. Wbtaky, raw,. 'tree, $1 27(1 30. ICaaPrl BAoUtEKS.- te toll~wiug from a news ,,.per pubhlrhe'd in C(oncord, N. i., sobws lCi eI ple of the North are beginning to ~pen their eyes to tie condition of thlc,.a at the outh : It a lot of fellows known as carpet baggers -h14l cotlie into thir State from the routh tIS. It e busine.s ,f conductintr our civil and p li i.:al flilre. i -,rartre white people and pit whit te. i egroce we have into iffi e and tpowe-r nil cE: themselves elected as senatotrs and ret rren-o tives in (onegress. judgesr, etc., what wouli ti I Ceople of th's State may' How would threy re cird l,,, h meddleseme and ln-il'tirc, interferesi wibh t eir deiniectic aflair * Yet ti4ms l jit.t what Nor'hern Radical adventurers are doi'it d tw, South It such things were done here would , not arou-e among our people In irreeistible spirit ti indipinition ? Wuld tLty suemit to it a inm mn nt No. not a nioment. Yet It ia exoectsd .t t he South will aletly and ptitieitly endure arth outroges. They do nw e lently and pa t1ently endure themni. ht woe tI the .,rret a. gi rp when the South can speak and act ' lry -hioUlJ take watts i, n I i i4. YSt the Ilnthlit:kl'l 1 in is po-eihbe. 1'erhamu 04ts h r sncu e3 2I, in rpelratd aid the wrath (ti t,, 4sveag...g Ne mntn-c be apy ese, lt wll s lldlt It. Cot NTRLgItm -C' nterfeit tenl iou the Slra t ga ( ounty Natonsi lItn, Waterlord. New 1 irk. a e In rlr-nlat-on T' ey are p..rly e:-,cut Sd,. a" d Lave been Olh, cted to some pr, '.. t give an appearance of I,-a-ng -en *,ame r:me in Srcula'irn. i iun Ill..w i g conut rfeitu are alan ai.rouloce : Tens (n thl Flirst Naional Btarlk o' tIed Hook, New York : twentles raised trom tivn, 'it4 tt e ('ons Iication National Rank ,f Phi tdc! iplia, Pennsy4Ramna: fivps on the First Natioul Iattk f 1,4141 .]ie, K-eni iv: tein r iio-i t 4 4it "i , on the linga Natloral 1.r k, t)*wegi, New 1 ok : ives on the F ret Nas'onil Bank ,,t itI toi, MH~aarhuseltt: ten. on the i"rat National Btaik it Elnlra. New Y rk: hun- ".is on the C.nt-at! N ia;tal 1ik of New York ,ty : twenieto un the I'ru.t Natior al Bank o01 hnd napol., lnd;ana: teni Sn the Secint N. i nal t 0i ' t rotna'el, i )tai P : 'e;* on tie Merchits's' Nation l Bfnk ,f New Y, k (City: tens on the National Enchane, Bask SI c(kpott New York; twenties on the Concord Notional Bank of cC'oord Mht , sachiuetUt. TnE RIoD (it.1 COTTON Caort.--The Shreveport outhrwestern of tthe 21 says: Up to Sunday, the weather for cottoo picking wass very favurable, and the planters were not lh w in makiig good nse of the time. The feuds were iertectly white wi'h cotaol bolls, and gond baids averlaged from 300 to 400 pounda per day. One planer we know of, with thirty hads, big and little, picked. ,iomed, baled sad seat to thi place twelty bales of rotton avereat 530 pounda In one week. Sunday was afowery. Monday clrudy with light abowers and yesterday the rain tell in tornts for ma hour or two. O many of the plmiatioam the third erop of wO are goig tbroagh the top crop like a reakel e Lhaali t esa ,lelag much dUmge. It theopht by the lOk lhst. they will hwve fliahed t m iales of destruettoe, blastinag eB prospete of tep erop. They will hebrdly laje the mi4 s mmd hetom crop. Thef hell worm was me detrebe to the mirdle erop thea was at rat spemlL m few (f the plantatlee have *e sc thee fhr both b-Il! and cotton worms. and give promlee of see crops. Late cotton will hardly make a·nthiag. BRAbHEAM 4S LY aLIVI AN IMMFINSE GATHEIIN(G. TEE bLEOCRACY IN MOrION. On Fiaturday last a grand and imposing demon itration of the Democracy came off at Brashear t'ity, at 3 o'clock r. a. The meeting opened under the aosp ces of the Steedman Club. Col. P. Foulke, on the part of Gen. J. B. Bteed mnn, presented to the club a beautiful silk ban r er, which was received by the president, Mr. l)udge, in a brief but eloquent speech full of fteling. Col. John B. Weller then addressed the meet ing, and in an eloquent and forcible manner pre sented the issues now before the people of the country. Col. Weller's address occupied about 45 minutes, and was listened to with rapt atten uLon by the audience. OrneralBteedman followed in a speech replete with choice Imagery, enchain ing the attention of all within the sound of his voice. For over an hour the audience sat as it were entranced, scarcely breathing until he had cteed. He sas followed by a colored preacher, who had been a strong and influential Iadical in that vicinity. He made a very sensible and telling epa ech. Mr. Mc(Coy (colored,) who announced himself as a native of New Orleans, closed the meeting in a very appropriate address, more particularly In. tended for persons of his color. The practical re-utt of this meeting was the adding of the names of sixty colored persons to ,he tDemocracy of Brashear City. ' By St. Paul, the work goes bravely on." saldryIa DI.ssItvce. FOREIGN INTEI.i. IGNCE ---FRANCE AND Till .14PAN F-k (i.OVIthNMi T- THE ALAIAMAA CLAIM' IN a.tI.AL tD- 1'tRl"- A'IINDiN OF THE .ELI.1G OF i Il. Ui hlTI|l (iOi l RNMI NT --- II ..r<tl Y Jv.IYf - -MN'8 ,Pkitii.i II AT riiiFFIEiLD - iOMMKhNT OF i 1S f. iIi . - t-iill(,I',ih PA-AS'OKRr 10 4 1 :A- I HliTHHt Ei.I.LTIuN EITI RKN-MI-:elt.IA 1 -Ipots., Rept. ;--The Japanese government ha LIn Iull e.tiiscllicun t, Franlce for the mur d'r of the b, at a cr. w of a French Irlgate. Th'lie htandard contalins an editorial arloe on t1l. i llil h hi'n i' ttlUtlen ti of tep Alabatllao clir1i4. The art er rlnsiders delay no fault of E !land ; asxerts t!.at E.,gland is always ready t i settle dii Iuti s, alwsye ready to return frlendthip, and tlut -be has always been more di-posed to maintain a rteii allii:h'e than th' United Stites. l erterday Hon. Iteverdy Johusoa delivered an- 'ber slpeech in Shrftield, In reply to an address prtect.ltd by the corporate authori'ies of that city. Mr. Johnson said he anticipated no trouble in the discharie of the duties of hiai position. so far as the preaervattln of peaceful relations be twee the United rSttes and Euglaid wtas con ceriie., but the h'th asd deserved re:,u'a'in sact iev d by hbi illu-triou- predecessor Mr. Adales, had made dilhnilt the t4uk of s.uieedlng him with equal acceiptabrlity. The highest aim of his mls onn would be to di as well. Me. Johuson denied lhe a-rttion ( lr. ItRoebcirk that the people of ti-e tti'ed ie - ateas are heterogeneous He main tained that the freigni emigrants who have Ian led on Amerisan shores were merged inat one great Irtion, which ·ation was English. and contended that they did rot vitiate the community by "Im t ,iting vices with them." 'lhe Times hass a Iln thy editorial on Johonson's recent rpeeches in Shlit Iell. It c-omments favor ally ont hi declaratious regarding he erogeueoua new an ong the Amlarican peoplee thinks the peo pie ol the United -i'tes are as mu-h an E'iglih unit as the people of England. where Irish, Scotch, Ftei h and Germans make so large a share of the pop lat'i t,. tlelerring incidentally to the general elections soot, to take placse in England, the TPmes says: " H~ trvter may he the result if these electi ins, the samne reciprocity of feeling between bhe United -'at.F and (;reat Britain is certain to ensue." P-tTiT 4MIit'TON. teept. 5.-A\ bire list tni;ht occur red a(ilt g the shipping at rSduthanip'on Docks. Much valuable property was destroyed. The loss Ie heav. P'al . Pept. 5.-The Conatitationnel, a semi official Imperialist organ, of last evening. repeats in the very strongest manner possible assurances of pertistient peace. The Pre.se says that the demand that United dates war vessels shall pass Dardenelles was pre rnpted by Russia, and that the suhl'me p,nrte. eirciiraged by English and French ministers, will etluoe to comply. Lord Lyons, the British minister, has given a banquet to Lord Stanley, ;ex-EnIglish secretary of -aye for foreign affairs, now presest in this city. M. Moustier was present, and speeches of a com ilhmentary character were made. Much good teeling prevailed. tO, Atunt.ii.., , Sept. Ii. The state department ia --sted an otflcia! tLottce that travele's will not .e aiowed to land in Cuba without authentic of licali ipssiporte from the department of state, and .itid by the Spanish consul at the prt of depar 'nre. P'asspo(rts issued by the mayor of Ni ir!-esrs. and vised by the consul the-e, and certifl arts which persons calling themiselves pasep ,rt agent- iissue., tatitg that pas-ports havy be-n sp ilied it r to the dearirienari ot state, 'ided by a S -an!.L C ,r.naul. are worth!ess. IThe New York World, of daturday, has the fol 1ONTIt'ELIER, VT., Sspt. 4. The .lsc abins are Iih a-tin.- lier in.thlis State : they now c:alno ,nly wrurt :ve thnrard maj ,rity. whiib is oien'sxth its it ati their najori'y InI l~;. Thb Democratic rlt rease was much the largest ihis year. re k io ig thi lir cent., and thibts sfter the IRadials had n ste ex er effort to prevent it. The leadiu, Re i'L'bl sn paper in the 8tate, this nirlrtns, con ceded us thirty-seven members of the LI gilature, wlich as +ne-balf more than we had last year. llte I'ctliniton Tinmes give the ri-s.lt as fol li,,ws: 1 hi majority for (tv. P~re will I t greatly ' i-e ta snty five thon-and. )only tweri'y tiv, a etn n i tie heard from, and thelir v iti is too . t ;, t, hi;,ie tmaterial y tie pre en' f -ur-. I.Tan.--A dispatch tr.m Mortpel e-. 'l i morn inh, e,; : " Htetuorn from the govr:.or's ai:e tre letrr received from 20 twnsa. wlth i, he foL ' wii' r i.ult: Page. R'-publican. :.i': Ed o li DeI-n, crat I'l.7 S. iagP'sn oJre'ty ,.9l7. '1l t vvtn towns remain to b'. hi rI flrol. 'i lort. tronm 11 ti iw.s show the i-ec'i us 14i the I -;:-l!,tIure as followe: £republicans I-I; Iimo rat ;7; no choice 4." N i\ii.iMgEY, AIa.. ept6.--The cotton recipts st 'h:s pIece the firlt week of the season ,ere 12i-i rle.. 'lihe worm and rain have not greatly dam aged the crop, as anticipated. Msi it-t rlet. c..- Arrived: SIeamship Yazot froni New Orleans. ',t-.i,-er'elt ten- on the Mu'nal National Bank o' 'I t r. are circulatintg to night. I'P" in., August 28 -The i'om Ilsl:an. gopd r: i," cp. duti n. which left 'ouama i it Jie, to11 10 uris-I uurees-fnt. A-.thtr atstempt had been madl- at rv.'tiutlon in Chicqul, but It was very promwltly queleld. FxisA.A(s oi PI'sor.surs.--The lntelligencer of the 4tih 1iublihes a letter from [libert utild I. re ply ti trat (;en. Danluvan A. Meredi'b, i:i rela tion to rschanges. oIid admits that they were in xoraele in refnsinlg to treat the captured freed men as prisoners of war, bht cannot see that the ovetrnment need have taken anch measures for the prutection of tihe freedmen. The Newburg (N. Y.) Press has this goo4 one. Is reaches the spot a ao illustratiom of the Badhoal demnad for peace: •- " hy do'l thIse Pethinee peeple behave themselves?' asks the Radicale: they can t ex Iect decent treatment so loeg as they remain insubordlaste and contamacioas.' "Thbis, as r. Lincoln send to my, remind as of a little story la noit : "' Moter,. mother.' ld ahopefal urchis to MI maternal pDareat. makes Bill behavs hIlmelf; whenever I hit him oath heed with the hammer he hoes"!'" iae rn e sm~al eWI.-. , ePha are Woodwa. the ala·-e ead syleg that he r1 mhea the ealerem ea ze.ted, bet drsyg may iae e he wilfllay mi.rprest hi. tal JntUigrte. Tnx AcAP .--We were last night favored with a gtlil e of the interior of this temple or the moaes, whtch, resovated wad redecorated as it is, was a very refreshing ight. Wih a libe. rehty and taste which evince sound judgment. Mr. Bidwll heas. do the last month or six weeks completely ovsehauled the interior of hi theater. Amongst other lprovements we may mention the papering aed varalMg of the walls, the thorough repalnting, the mew and handsome scenery and stage decorations, the addition of two preceinum boxes on a level with the stage, the en!argemeut of the stage, the ontmaly new carpeting of the dress circle, a new crimson drep corasin-which, we Imagine. Is somewhat of a iovelty here-and the throwiag down of the paer tition between the entrance and the Phoenix da loon, thus affordmg to the thirsty no excuse at all foIr remainiig so a moment. With the old spe ctalities of this favorite theater, these new attract tlhtas and the crack variety troupe which is pro mist d us for all winter, we do not see how It will he posi.he for the Acalemy not to be nightly filled. We trust it may be, for it would really be a pity for two such gentlemen as Bidwell and Kittredge to fail at anything-and we dont think they will. iere's suosea to them, then; and we drink it to the memory of that last glass of rhsmpagne with which the occasion of the frst sight of the new Academy was last night cele brated. Wl TvNDan heart and hand as a welcome to our confreree of the Times, M N. Bartlett, Esq. " Na per " comes hack after a sojourn of a few weeks ID the West and North, full of good health and altogether sanguine as to the result of the presd dential election. Tall as he is he wears one of thboe otutrages us "ram bam beavers," but. ever ready with a repartee, be says stretching upwards to his six feet three, " it is only piling Pelion upon Jcunl A. P. RoFT, formerly of the Supreme Court, died on Saturday. Judge Rost was a man of tare learning and abilities. Born Is France, he hbd lived in New Orleans since 1415 or 1n20. He married in New Orleans. attained a high position at the bar, and amassed a considerable fortune. He was devotedly attached to the South and her institutions-so much so in fact, that he was sent to Europe as on, of the Confederate commission era to the powers or that continent. Judge I~st died at an age beyond that allotted by the prophet of old--ull of honor and amid the lamentations of his numerous family circle and the regrets of the people of New Orleans. Thi BLAIR KNGtnTa, of New Orleans, having elected the Hon. Mr. Seymour. tae can iidate for :Ie l'residitcy, (,n of th*lir. honorary m..'iers. have r-+re ve, tshe luiluwing answer to their an ont ocement : UTICA. Sept. 2, 181. 1,) n) Sir-Your note of the 25th Aigst,. in. , ruing hadge t Guov. Seymour. notifding him of hls i elio t as at n honorary member of the Blair Knights (Inh, is received. H- !recta me toac knowledge the same, and to thank you for your ciuries) aid coins r itin. Very respectfully, yours, etc.. B. I). Noxow, JR. To Thbo. W. Collens, Esq., assistant secretary, etc., New Orleans. IT Is It :.L-s to disguise the fact that Radical negro processions are not only guilty of sacking atort a anld beating innocent people, but that the negroes themselves are thoroughly armed, drilled and organ zed. as well in the cooutry parishes as il the lnomediate environs of New Orleans. There as a mnatbematical problem which is to be solved next Saturday night, viz If a procesai 'n of sixty city negroes sack a store on (Gaoqlet street, and heat a tamnly of women and chil iren on Bienville, what will not be done by ten or fitteen th "usaud c unary Legroes. ignorant, brutal and inflamed, henoeless and irresponsible ? WInH TIIE APPrOACI of autumn we have nets si,n to elIt ome the return of many of our estima ble colshorers and fellow citizens on the streets cf New Orleans. Among the number we signal irze the name of Durant Da Pont.e, Esq., of tae t'itEe ets. and those of several other diatin geu-hed gentlemen that have escaped our remeto brarce. They all come back flushed with physi cal I ealth. and buoyant with the certainty of the s.ecc as of the Democratic party throughout the country. TiHE ST. ('IiARLEg TIItEATR openD next Saturday noon with skfil'& liaylurd's minstrels. This trnoue has an excellent reputation amoue one tt. Lauis triends. The regular season of the St. Charles will not commence before the end of October. EV-sRY -TEAMBOAT, whether from up or down the river, daily bring throngs of national wards to the city. These gay youths are all intent upon the procession next S4aturday evening. Keep a bright look out, shop-keepers and wealthy people! Hen roosts are far less attractive than dry.goods and jewelry stores. UnItsR Tinr PROVrIIONs of the seventh section of an act ef Congress. approved July 17 1'(i2, l.ieutenant Colonel William H. Wood. First Iufau. try, is detailed as a field officer's court, atJackson barracks, La., for the trial of such enlisted men of his regiment as may be properly brought be. tore him. Till TEMPrarATvR yesterday, as shown by the observations of A. B. Griswold & Co.; corner ('anal and RIo3al streets, was as follows: At t, A. r. "1 degrees; 12 x. l3; 3 P. n 87; 6 P. M. -i. The temperature yesterday, as shown by the thermomaeter at C. Duhamel' . Ill ('anal street. was as tollows: At 6 a. a. 78 degrees ; 12 a. ':; 3 P. Y. S4; 6 v. M. 93. R+ESKLY MoUT'tiARY R:EPOwr.-The total number of deaths reported at the olfice of the Board of Health for the week ending at six o'clock ,in 'ua-: tday morning, was 10: 2 dl-d of apiolexy. I carbuncle, 5 congestion of the brain. i conaump '., n 2 dropsy of the brain, 1 billons fever, 3 con gcstive fever, 5 pernicious fever, 1 intermittent lever 1 nervous fever, 3 remittent fever. 1 st:arlet lever. 3 typhoid fever. 1 typhus fever, I inflamma tion of the brain, 4 pneumonia, 8 still-born, and tIe talasnce various irdinary diseases: 19 were ma!ee, 53 females and 3 not stated; 73 were whites, 20 tuncks. 6 malaltoes and 6 not cla.sifted; 33 were under 1 year. t10 between 1 and 5,3 between 10 and 15, i be'ween 15 and 20 ,12 between 20 ard l0,. 10 between 3I and 40, 12 hetween 40 and 50. 10 !betleen (0 and 60 . between 60and 70. 1 between 7i1 and -U. and I between ii)and 90, and one whJase age was not reported. G (N. RrtsEar, f tht exceller.t gentlemdan who is t, succeed the present no less excellent and popular iciuna.ider of this (l.1trt, wi;ll reach New Or leans, his heedquarters, by the 13th. 'THE Pir.tIC SCrOOLu re-opened yesterday-that being the day ol the new session. Tue attend ante was a num erousn as It has been in pant years, we may sey even more numerus. The reaLers all d.pla, ed salacrity and rheerluiness in recelivlg and welemlrt their ppils to the pro p r departments. Everything pasced Off atisfe totily and quietly. 'itong coltred lorier. otly sidleen years old 'W al's the use of my buiaeg ahbes, when you a ,r,'t 5 ear 'erm ' i ,;f, fl ,ser, urals 12-"You'se too stingy to L.ri r- --Did o't I hbuy you a net, de oder day, and noc jest lok at your ha'r; de spiders done n de tlethr nest dar." tSpiders is a new name for a ( tai In paraimt, juat ,a sLalawag, carpet-bag. F:ITIna CouSrni started for Baton Bounoe yetcnri;ly evening on the Nioa Simme--12 males a: -1 3 ten ales. All the latter and 1 of the former sere neCroes. A Ci'LORIED MaN, named Alexander Roblnson, wau accused yesterday of the larceny of a dis-. amwnd ring and broebe, from the reeadeo of M. ii. Smi:h, on Cuomnmon street. e was aaee to tke them by a hlttle negro girl. The mas wa en ployed about the house as a servant. He sab eequently acknowledged the theft sad restored the property. A. BaIerA, was arrested and arraigned before Judge Becker. charged mwtb eatrlSg the reidenoe of Judge Pfoots, Moday nilght. sa robkisg It of a quantity of silver plate. He pleded guallty to the eAse, and wea maet to tlhe (r l Cort hr trial In default of $S00 bonds. A I)D tcys.vy seswrad edau ee two o0 ores am on the smiLsIsd- weLh re sulted nt one of hemml a aeel el John 5 thy sele w t and wish aliber-S e... . . . wak amtmeat wb saes ebste throrgh t a manual of arms. Still another cor - psey or club, equally armed, drill over a stable on 1 erpsithore street, between Caroadelet and St. . C'larles streets. r Tua ELEPMAYT and the Algerine had a match · race Sunday on lake Pontchartrain for a bowl of champegre poaeb. Major Mike Trecy teek the belm of the one and esamy Blow that of the other. The distance was from the New Canal end to the a railroad and back-a distasce of six miles. The Algerine couldn't Sad the lelphear; but when , she came In to her anchorage, Blow and ha orew I were received with a hearty weloome from Major I Tracy and his crew, as well as from mine host, Major Hoyt. A norT HALF PAi' 10 o'clock Sunday morning, Chas. Dennis committed suicide by hanging bhim self at tihe relsidence of Joseph Robso, No. 18d Fouaher street. On the nlaht of the 20th nit. he I went on a sepese was robbed of three hundred dollars. Being of a penarious dapeatloa, the lose preyed upoe his aild and Ially resltld In his self-destruction. S Aorr 3 O'C'Locx oa BSnday. a sailor, named r James Roch. 20 years old, jumped out of a skif near the Algiers side of the river and wee drowned. His body has not yet been recovered. BaarLo CarALA. who was shot Saturday sight on St. Philip street, near Chartres, in the head,bh one Navaristo, is yet living, but in a precatleeI condition. Navaristo was arraigned Moady morting before Recorder Gastinel., and was r manded to prison to be there kept aantil It is r IoutLd whether the shooting was fatal or not. LITTER rOM Ma sISI lrsPI CIT' . Seeil terrrresoedsees o the Now Orutea OresaL1i Misussrri CITrr, September 6, 188. I think that I have found the piace at last. There was a man once who hunted all over the world for a spot where the air was bracing enough to supply the lack of suspenders. Your correspondent was luckier in not being obliged to extend his search so far. By some strange chane, he hit upon the spot blindfold, when landing last eveninug from the Laura. He mounted a trunk upon the deck of a male propelled freight ear, and ear r pet-bag b hand, clung fast yo hia inger nails and teeth until the perilous ride of three quarters of a mile was accomplished, and be found himself op.n terra rtrm. The h'rrors of that juerney re. winded him iof Alf. ttewar 'a Academy song about Je-se on a ras:road car. But never mind. Bles tie bridge that carries you over and stop growl ing Fells. Before us through the trees gleam a hundred r lights. The night is calm and silent, the breeam blows in from the open sea. oh! how rellesh Iliply. The moon is just rising, and throwing its sheen ever the waters, casts dim shadows upon the broad lawn before us. There are loan rows of windows. long vistua of galleries, gleams if white dresse flitting here and there through the shade and shadow, groups sitting here sad there, snme full of mirth and ringing laughter. o'hers quiet, and noticeable only by the starlike gleam i-f their cigars. You catch satches of music, too, or hear a baby squalling amid trastle resptance to the encr ,achments of the god 8 )muan. And in short, you ind yourself like a little busy bee just entering a great hive, to be a drone or a wcrke, just as you please. To absndon care, to throw worry to the dogs, to feel that if it be only for twentyfouer hoare, the whole wearisome world without is absolutely nothing to you, provided you can dres, smoke, eat,. breathe, and do as you like. is the best medi. 5 cite that a seIk man ever swallowed. The coa. tents of an apothecary shop pale their Ineffectual Siree before this simple but effectual remedy. The guests are numerous although the hegira to the city has begun. Mr. Mayer has made very ex tensive repairs and improvements in connecti.a with the hotel, and matters are coniducted upon a scale which will, I think, make Mississippl the i lace neat summer. There is a boat daily free the ctiy and I need not tell you that its arrival ta the event of the day. Youre as ever, FeLts OarUs. One of Jlas Allen's Prayer MaeeSaes The N. Y. Tribune or the first, in an aoooest of ti e prayer meeting in Jhln tllen's done-house, Sinmnediately succeeding the closng of that place, sale: The culminating point of the meeting was when r inn cediate1y alter John Allen by request had made a ft w remarks aad said that by the symuathy and aid of Cbrlstlan friends and the grace of Ged be hoped to hold out in his determination to atioe for his past lie, a genotleman of oommandiag appeer. anee arose, and requestlug the privilege of uaying a lew words spoke as follows: " I announce mye of a a Western man. I as not a professiug Christian. My wife and my three doCphters are Christians. and it has long been the dearest hope of their hearts to see ma a so an avowed disciple of Christ I also have a son-a fine boy-who is a Christian. But up to this time I have resisted every coavertinig Ilo ence that has been broulgt to bear apou me. I read the story of John Allen, ' The Wickedest Ma in New York,' a' it has been published In tbh Spapers. It took a deep hold on me. I "aw tht anouseemenat I tohe morning pape that he had haut up his dance-hose, sad that there was to be a prayer meeting here today at the hour of noon. aI cana here through eurioety that I 'ght am the ' Wiekedest Man,' and see how such thilgs ar Sd ue. But my heart has been moved as it never was moved before. Your prayers and your hymns have stirred the very strings of my soul. " And I have felt i has come tome with Irree. title power-that if " The Wickedest Man ln New 'ork " can shut up his danoe-houe. anad turn over i new leaf, and seek the salvation of r Christ. It is time for me to do the same. [(Grat If ensation and cries of " Amen, amen!"] It is llme for me to yield to the prayers of my wife I and children-my devoted. Christina wife aad ch WItren- and to the followings sad ineltaltlon of i;od'. I:oly spirit, and inl'ate the example of "The t V W,-k.de. Man in New York." and trn over a tew leaf in my own life, nd ouast myself at the Sovior's feet [Itenewed srnsatlon, and cries of le' fIe a G(d " and Amen !'] I therefore wish e o say here In this public place that from thin l, our. God helping me, I wtl leau s neaw life. 3 [,b, said cries of "Amen!"] If raeybody here Ln ow my nmme I hope it will beO wthieldfrom hi I' press oUtil I can tlegereph and write to my i w':i snpd inorm her of my resolatio, as labli do as co, a s I leave this place." e it is ompo'sible to depict the profond Imre titn trade by this genlemno's semarks it was wt.spered about that heewas a ntistlagulhedJ pb. lic n an who bhas held high oice under gover. r netn*. and whose name is known throughboot the ,t-I; but of couree hib expressed wish that his ,r.ne should not be published shold be held a t cred. Just before the loem of the meeting it was a* r nceid that a neihborieg dance house had de clared that be woul follow Allen's example, sad . , re his hi use before the end of the prmet weik. This announcement cased ar ret aseeu tirn aso it seemed to indilate that the line. of the lance biuve keepers had heen broken, and that a coo plete route of the entire hrde war close st - hnd. At thin etnas, John Alte struck uop a 0 hymn, commenolg: t 'e. tor.eemre m ; ,. sr. inierposd HIt peiorns biood. This was partli ipated is by all present. nRome r dittiulty was experienced with a Iuebria'ed fr. n al. who, eas soon as the word "blood" wars menotioned, kept eryinr eat: " Bloody myeyeu! SIlloody my eyes! " until she had to be quieted; not otherwise the ceremrony went of smoothly Senough. No PFERAL or H8I--A Wasiag Ispecit to thb Louisvdle Journal says: Got auirhry states that the orelideat to-day deated empbcM cally that be had ordared IWeckley to New Yirt Sto hbast up evadse agalst IbIean Os e e roe Strary, be profeses to e dLpIesed at the mas- r in which Blackley mae e ease. The e*I daI tmade by a p Is New Yoer, ine wIHL the warrant fo-llr rwn st r boed, w a th", se p to . In _Ior lt, t bt this pwtrh s r , Wrseead to ·ere Iohtle thathbed aspa'tU4imdeI s thie asr, sal repidiated U. Umse r um wiuepea. , - , " ~W ea ' issasatb sdbg h bo, .- t , o. -. I ioes