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\ THE PRES DEHTIAL TODB.
\rra!semfnts to Receive President Johnson in New fork. Meeting of the Boards of Aldermen and Councilmen To-Day. Preparations for the Reception in Fhila* delphia and Detroit, Ac. &c. At two o'clock this afternoon the Boards oi AMormon and Councllmou will t. >lu speciul moellugs for tiio pur pose of making arrangements to receive President John Son on Wednesday next. They will doubtless appoint ? Joint special committee to act In conjunction With the Citizens' and Merchants' Reception Com (joltt?e. The reception programme will then be nmngod on a scule oomrni nsurate with the wealth, Importance and dignity of this great city. No ?*lty In the Union will reap greater benefit from Abe course pursued by Andrew Johnson than this ono of tin, and It Is ooaKoqiioutly a duty lncumbont on our vie authorities and merchant princes to do all In ftheir power to make liis reception the moat magnificent -afTi r of tho kind ever given by New York. * Clerks, mechanics and working people of all classes ?ro anxiously Inquiring whether the stores are to be ?losed aud business generally suspeuded on Wednesday ( next. This would be only a small complimont to pay the man who for so many months has struggled no ?earnestly and succwfully to rostore peace and harmony ?between all hcoiIouh or tho country, and thus beneQt"d, both d.rcctly and indirectly, the condition of the work ing claques. Let the stores thou bo. closed and Now (Vork turn out half a million of pooplo to welcome An drew Johnson noxt Wi-duetday morning. Their groat 'Shout of welcome would bo heird all over tho country and pro. e the death knell of the radicals, und ho a Joy ful hallelujah t? hail the return of full constitutional >> rights to all tho States aud piuco and plenty for the | whole country. Oil ix.cn*' Arrnnirr:ii<tu<* for Ihr Reception. The committeo of rliizeus formed for the reception of ebe President aud tho party which is to accompany him have adopted tho following programme of arrnnge Mwnte:? WSD.XBSIlAT, /VOfT 29. i A comraittoe of citiz is will meet tho Treslilont ot ?jiTeiroy City, and escort him nnd his party In a ?pocla! 'steamer to pier No. 1, North river. Mayor Hodman, with a coinmtleo of tho Common Council, will rocoive tho President at tho pier, aud wul como lilm to tho cliy. Tho Presldont, accompan ed by tho Mayor and the Chairman of tho Reception Committee, will proccotl in a carriage to the City Hull, followed by tho rest or the party in carr agos, and csc >rted by a regltnont of soldiers to be dotailod for that piirpow. i nrrivln^ at the Governor's Room, City Hall, the fpr&Menl will rtvtow tho military from the balcony. On completion of the reviow, the column w.llpussup rJJron<lw,\y, folio wod by the Proeldmt and others In car itiagoE- a regiment of cavairy to be detail >d for the rear. J Tho march will bo up Broadway to Twenty-third ntroet ' And Firth avenue, and down Fifth avenue to Relmon pco's, corner of Fourteenth street, whoa the Prasli.nt id hlK party will be shown to the r npartinrnts. The) military arrangements will be as o.dered by Gen eral Sand ford. Superintendent Kennedy will detail sufficient pollco [ror tho occasion. Carriages will be provided for the President aud those ho occompany him from Washington. The commutes will receive their badges at the Mayor's [office at half-past ten o'clock on Wednesday morning, land proce-d in a body to pier No. 1 North river, where P*hey will lake a Bteanib<mt*rspfrlally provided, which will convey them to Jersey (.Ity and await the arrival of ^he Prosllont. TnciuoAY, Avnvtn 30. The President will be escorted by tho Mayor and the Rpommittee or Reception to the boat, foot of Thirty fourth ktreet, North river, leaving for West Point at a quarter to |?ight o'clock. The Military. The following additional orders have been lssne<l for bs military turnout on Wednesday next. UaADSCAKTKOS rfiroND Bmon>?, ) Kibst Division, S. O. H. Jt. T.. , New Yoaa. Auguat tt. IKA. > Pureeant to dlrlslon order* thin brigade will parage, uUj uniformed a?d armed and equipped, on Wednet Ijh IT nett, the ?9th In l*nl. lor the reception of tl.e UFrnaldent of the United Suit -it Brigade line will be formed j Washington Parade Ground, the light on Fyur'h st.ret, 1st precisely ten o'clock A. M., and commaniUnta of reef. ISetita wIlTbe oa the desl|-natert groiiud punctually at the Mime of formation. Lleuteu. nt Col .oelJohn J. Dlfht, eeta- | kanaixl'n. Plrst regiment artillery, will make Hie necessary ( Install from hia regiment to lire tna President's selute from ?ic Halterr. upon bin landing. Ammunition for the salutes arUi be lurntabeo by the < 'ommfn try General upon the re Eulaltlo .1 of Lieutenant Colonel f>l?bl,conimandingi.rtlllery. fba realdoe of the Plrat artillery will parade dismounted with Bide arm*, ko. ThebrlKa.it staff will assemble In full uni Torm and mounted at the quarters of (he Hrlmuiisr General, J No. XI Amlly place, at haU pai-t nine o'clock A. M. By rder of Brigadier tleiieral Lt?UIS HI RJiKR. ( Commanding Mecoud Brigade. ( Hun4iumu Tbimp Raairarr, H. It. 8. K. V.,1 I Hanoi I Xuoivbs,) > M*w tfoaa. August 34, 1*4 I Io compliance with dtrinion tod brigade ord*itt?, this gS?lment a ill parade on Wednesday. the Sib inatant, to re |0Ve the PrMldent of the Dnlted SUtea. Line will be 'Brined in Thirteenth atreat, right on Third avenue, at half. Eiut nine o'clock A. M. field and staff, mount'-d. non-onm (alaaloio'd xtaff, band and drum roroe will r. port to the Adluunt oa the ground, at nine o'clock A. If. By order of A J " Colonel JOHN B. B?NUIX. Cleieral (Irast to Arrnnpniiy th? PresMenl Throughout the Trip. WA8HI50T0M, AU^'U>'t 24, 1-66. General Orant has finally determined to start from sro with the Presidential party and ac-ompany them throughout tbs trip. He will l>? attended by bis' cblsf of staff, Mensral Rawllngs, and probably other members ot his aUIT. Frrparntlonn for the Krreptlon of the Prral deal In I'ltilnriHpliia. PuiLSDSLI'tflA, AtlgUAl '.It, 1S08. Pre]Mratlons are being made for tho reception of the President on Tuesday. Major Oenenu M?ode yeeterday Issued an order to the military commanders in bis military department direct ing them to pay approlirlata military honors to the Presi dent Brevet Brigadier Oeneral Vogdes will bo conaldernd She commanding offl er In New York city snd harbor, <oad Brevet Hrlgadlor Oeneral O. A. Ueitussvy the coat. OMMlin^ ofBiwr at l'blladel|>hi& The First city troop will act as escort to the Proeldnnt, 4 duty tbsy have performed on every occasion of s lPreeklent.al vlnlt to Uils city. A mooting of merchant' luu been celled for torn arrow ? | Utke measure* for tlis Presidential reception. It will Ike held at the Exchange, the Board of Trade, as is ai Isged, having refuse* the use of their rooms for the pur pose It is believed that lbs city authorities will laks no part Is the ri'rwptioD, no meeting of the city councils having yet been called. The Preparation* la Detroit. SPECIAL ITEIifiMI TO THE NEW TOM MEBALO. Dstsott, August 28, 1?M. Further details sf ths arrangement for the reception Of the i'roaldentlal party hare been mads by tbs com Bi.ttee having the matter In charge. The general com mittee, consisting of the Mayor, President of <!outicll, rit Aldermen snd thirty-eight dt'ssas, Will meet tbs President si party at Toledo on (he morning of the 4th and secort them to this city. On their arrival st Detroit Uie Mayor Is to deliver an addreai of wslroms to the boepltallMee of the city. The party will then be escort ed to the accommodation* prepared for them. The Co m gnon i ounell, .state authont.ee, deputation of citicena, <iot>?i al Hooker and ataf, Generals l ossy 1 t rsm, Cemtn ?dore Gardner anil others are invited to attend the srelcomtn* party to Toledo. The Michigan Southern >teilrrxi. i Company have tendered ail the est* requisite tor tho conveyance of the party to and from Toledo free eipeuae. ? (tensive prepsratlons have been made to do military honor* to the distinguished gueete. All the regular troop ? eutlonsd hers snd the rarions Independent com tosatee of the city will recelvs the psrty si the depot snd *cort them tbrosgh the city. A salute will bs flred oa "*m'>rBlng of ths #th. Tk> Apollo Cummatidery of the Masonic order of Knight. Tsmglsr of Chlcognhavlsg istited the Older of ?? a*** then in Ipyigg ?hs com#r Jions of tfcs monument of their lato lamented brother Stephen A. Douglas, ant also belug Invited b)r Mr. Alfred Russell, Chairman of the Reception Committee, to act as part of tho eacort or the President lrou this city to Chicago, have accepted the Invitation. Upon their arrival tho entrance of Yohng Men's Hall, the Diddle House and the buildings on the line of tha procession are to be handsomely and appropriately dec orated. An energetic committee have the matter in charge. Mr. William P. Wells Is to delivor the address to the President in tho evening at Young Men's HaiL A special train lias been provided by the Michigan Central Railroad Company to convey the party to Chica go, and at a meeting last evening the following resolu tion was unanimously adopted:? Resolved, That the Fir Knights of Detroit Commandery cordially a<c(j>t the Invitation to act as the Mason ic escort of tit* Executive of the nation to Join him and our masonic brethren In procession, to celubmto ono of the most ancient custom* of our order. In full uniform of the Courteous and Honorable Order or Kn ghts Templar. A largo numhor of the fir Knights will attend, and form an interesting feature of the cortege. A committee from Chicago, Including Governor Ogles by, Lieutenant Governor Broas, Senators Trumoull and Yates, are expected hero to escort tho party to Chicago. Everything promises now that tho welcome here will be a very cordial and harmonious aflalr. SANITARY. The Cholera lllnnnrearinv from the City? Onlv Four Fresh Cases and Oue Death Vrs? terday. The cholera Is slowly but snrely abating in this city, and, with the cool weather of early autumn, it will la all probability entirely disappear. ornciAL Bi'Lumn. The following cases were reported at the Board of Health up to two o'clock P. M. yesterday: ? James Lee, 229 Kast Twentieth street. Ann Scjtnlon, 28 Wnshiuglon street, sent to hospital. Ann Campbell, 422 Kasi Thirteenth street. ASMtta Anderson, 42:s First avonue, sent to hospital, wkcr) she died August 20. B TRIAL UHRTTIFIC ATES. The following additional caeo of death from cholera was registered yesterday:? Juntos Lee, agud twenty two, 229 Kast Twontleth street. The Cholera in lirooltl.vn. Tho cool morninga and evenings of tho past few days appear to have a continued and hippy efT'oct on tho abatement of th>! cholera In Brooklyn, ns shown by tho da ly report of tho health authorities. For tho twouty four hours oiulin^ at noon yesterday but four now cases were reported. They uro a.-> follows:? .t imes Buckley, aged twenty-two, 24 Mercoln street. John F. Brown (colored), aged six years. At Park atuttuo hospital. Jam s Urabaui, 149 Navy street. Ann Couuor, aged thirty six years, 397 Columbia street. The Twelfth ward hospital continued to remain freo from patlenu throughout Die entire day. There aro Ktii!, h >wever, three neeks of warm weather to bo ex pected, and It is lulvisahlo that nouo of tho sanitary pre cautions observed by tho people dunug tho epidoinlo should bo tu the slightest degree relaxed. The Cholera In St. I,oul*. St. Loom, August 20, 1SS6. Tho official mortality report from seventeen ceme teries for th? week ending Fridsy gives a toial of 1,180 Interments, 918 of which wore by cholera, four ceme teries having fulled to report. As the returns from tho City co etury Include only tho deaths in the city hospitals, It Is estimated that about 1,!I00 deaths from cholera actually occurred during tho week. No report but) been received for Saturday. The Sanitary <k>:u'ii sslou reports that the cholera has ceased as an epidemic in the Third, Fourth and Sixth wards, but this in not confirmed by tho mod leal authorities. The Cholera In Mobile. Mobilx, Aogu?t 36, 1866. Th1? Bnard of Health report four cases of ciiobira during the past week, all fatal. The victims wore all negroes, and t.'i dr deaths were caused by neglect or iuipru deuce. The Mortality on Tybre Inland. TO THK KIMTOH OK THE I1KKAI.D. If ka tx^vA RTKtvS Oktaoii't yavE.iTn U. 8. InKAirrsr, ? Tvb .k Lit land, tia., August 18, 1800. J I noticed In your Issue of lbs 14th Inst, under tho news summary, that "Kecorla from Tybes Island, In Savannah harbor, charge the recent severe mortality to the negligence of their officers." Such is not tho case. Every exertioa has been made by the officers, by con stant labor day and nlgbt, to rendor tho troops as com lonable an the circumstances would permit. The num ber of ofllcers (throe, one having died soon after Ixnding upon Tybuo Ituand) i? greatly disproportionate to Uio number of collated men, vis, over 400; whereas there should be, In order to properly govern them, at least three officers to every 100 enlisted titon. Thus you will perceive tbe duties. Increased to a fearful extent, of twelve oflicers devolve upon three, making the labor severe and continual By giving publicity to these farts you will correct tbe bad hot ? on mado by the above paragraph, and pre vent, t a permanent lojurr to Innocent parti**. Th n uud olhcers of Uie command havo stood tip to rk like men amid the raging of a terrible per.tiln.ee iho horrors of which can never be told, and to do tract one iota from their jn.it duo la a robbery of the grossest nature. Very respecUully, your obedient ser vant, K. A. ELLSWORTH, Brevt Capt. U. S. A, First Lieut. Eleventh II. 8. Infantry, Commanding. Not Dead. TO THH IMTOR Or Till HKRAI.D. In looking over tbe IUt of deaths from cholera smong the soldier* on Tybee Island, published la tho Bsbald of Augusts, I see ray Bams reported as having died of cholera on the 2Blh of July. I am ailll living and In good health. Please correct this In your valuable paper. JOSEPH M. CLARK, Company D, Seventh United State* infantry. TNI I0NE 8011118 NUISANCE. ' TO Tin WITOR or TBI MRALD. Nrw Yobr, August 20 1M0. Tbe business of fkt boiling Is still carried on in the vicinity of Thirty- ninth street and Eleventh avenue, not withstanding tbe decisions of the several judges that It la a nuisance and detrimental to the pabllo health, and th* orders of the Board of Health to discontinue it The disgusting smell arising from tbe boiling on Saturday evening last seemed to be more aggravating than on previous days, th* unfortunate r>*id<'tiU of the snr rounding neighborhood having mado up tbeir minds thst they oouM at last ? thanks to the indefatigable exertions of the Sanitary Board? breathe the pure air of heavtu' but, as usual, all windows had to be closed, for the sickening effluvium was too much for humsn en durance. Is tholr no law lo compel the proprietors of this abominable nuisance to discontinue the b' tte boll. rig business, at least forth* present, when cholera U making such fearful havoc |n every part of the city f Were It not for fear of the law tbe residents for many blo< ks around would be only too glad to demolish this pest house, In J-iallc* to themselves, for it is clangorous to tbtir health and a disgrace to tbe cltr OMB OF THE MANY ST'FFKRLRS. NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE IN AMEft'CA. [From the New York irish Press, August 24 J Never In the history of newspapers was there given ?ucti an example of eni?rpr?e and liberality as that re cently afforded by the Nsw Yeas Ussai.d The Ussald In (art out Ribalds the Ilsaat-a of former times, tiraat a? have been Its efforts in days |>ast to supply early and exclusive intelligence to It* reader*, th* >subl shmeut of telegraphic communication between the Old World snd the New baa g ven it opportunity to claim a distributive share of th* story belonging to that undertaking. With out the Ubbalo tbe cable would have l>*?n a mere "ro mance" to tbe general public j they would have known of Its existence? wondered at Its schlsvemeate?lsit de plored the sbseace of practical results Htoefc jobbing millionaires and monetary gambler* would alone have enjoyed the profits of tbe great scientific triumph of th* nineteenth century, ssvs that now and again, perhaps, ther* would be given some meager piece of news la wbicb th* abeencs of deta.l would only confuse from its uncertainty. The Haaatn, however, hss g ven " reality" to tbe remsnc*. At an espendlture nlmeet fabulous, before which? and w* writ* from posi tive knowledge ? the greatest enterprises of ths leviathsn of tendon, the THm?, pals into insignificance, we have served up to us the dally news frost (treat Britain and tbe European Conttnsnt in advance of the presentation of tbe same nsw* to manv newspaper readers at tbe scene* of lis occurreace. We fear that our people here do not full/ spprer.ate what has been dons for them in this regard Indeed, the H*balii'* readiness to do all that may be done In discharge of Its Journalistic duties alraoet prepare* them for any new developments , but when at a coat of thousands of dollars a day news Inac cessible !>y other mesne t* presented, when there can be neither hope nor possibility of Immsdlats returns from ?ucli s vast outlay, when the public Interest la mad" par amount to pnvats gain ws cannot avoid a recognition la tbe fntH I'r-.m ef American newspaper enterprise snd pise'n.' tbe Hss a Li) more than over sn Institution of ths country. WESTCHESTER INTEL LlfcENCE P stir as os a Wanutsr Ihstili-th*.? On Saturday even Ing th* (ollsrtor of ths fl.xth district paid a visit to the town of Morrisanla, and from Information of fraudulent transactions that had T>sen furnlshsd to htm seised the wbiakey diMIIIeryof I udwig Kublchlck. la East Morrta ania. There was but IttUs whiskey on tbe premises. It is said that ths whiskey manufactured bad baea carrisd away befor* th* Collector arrived. OEATN * I f. MRU. >f AUXIN, N. T., IN NICARAfiNA. Coe*TXAT* AOCWr'T f'siten f?T?T** OS AbSS'SA, I Has J cas nst Noam, NH., July *0, 1*66. | TO m WDfTOH or TITK nSBAI.D. I here aanouace thedssth of O. F. Burn*, of dlMoa, N. Y . wboee rems ns wsr ?? brought bees and properly interred on the 96tb msv ?:y*-if ar.d family Wteg til I esanot writ* the Department of ^tate this mail Youia, r**|>ecU?Iiy, B 6Qt IUK CCT.HCU. WASHINGTON. Rumors in Regard to the Retirement of Secretary Stanton and Re moval of General Howard* The Office Seekers Opposed to the Presi dent's Western Trip. Ac. Ac. Ac. Wabuinotoh, August 2fl, IMS Humor* In Regard to Secretary Stanton and (ii-ucrnl Howard. A Sunday paper of this city this morning gives cur rency to a report that Socrctary Stanton will leave the Cabinet this week to bo succocdcd by General Stcodman, and that Goneral XI iwurd will bo removed from the Chief ConunlSolonerahl p of tho Froedmen'x Bureau to b< suo ceodod by General Fullerton. The former statement is probably unrounded, be inn bancd wholly upon street rumor, reference to which wan made in your Washing ton do*i>atches of yesterday; tho latter statement pro bably ?*"" some probabilities about it. Tliere are strong Indloatlona that General Howard will soon bo relieved ; but when relieved hw succo wor will probably bo General Tlllson, Assistent Commissioner for the State or Georgia, an olllcor who has l?een long identified with the Bureau, aud one who has in every way proved himself faithful, competent and efficient. Tho OfUce Seeker* and the l'rr?lil?int'* W>?? tern Trip. Strong oflorts have been and are still put forth by the swarm of offlce Honkers that daily besiege the President to Induce bim to abandon his proposed Wostern trip. These patriotic gentlemen urge that tho success or the President's policy demands that they l>e at once per mitted to enter ujion the service of their country, whereas If the President persist* In 6oiu* away on Tuccdsy he will not have time to sign a tlthe'of their commissions. Ilia return will throw their appointments ho lato In tho season that tho ap pointees will not hitve time to ex-'rt their powerful in fluence In the fall cloctlons. Considering that the Presl dent has been a close prisoner within tho four walls of the White House, through cold anrt heat, and all manner of weather, attending wkh unequalled application to tho public bu-'lness, and with wonderful patience giving audience to every citixen that has seou fit to call since the day of his Inauguration to the present moment, It is somewhat unr-aaonablo to deny lilin a few days' rocroation at this timo because the intore-ts of office seekers would suffer thereby. The policy of tho administration In respect to changes In office does not seem to bo fully understood. The Secretary of the Treasury, who controls the largest amount of the gov ernment patronago, is rathor averse to changes merely for political reasons, unions the incumbent of ofllce makos himself so obnoxious by bis violent hostility to iho. government as to become semi traitorous. Other beads of department* maintain that the administration now has a distinct policy, and has characterized the opposition to it a? disloyal because tending to the permanent dissolution of the Union. Therefore it Is the duty of the government to dispense its patronage only to those who manifest their loyalty by a cordial and earnest endorsement of the policy of tho administration. Between these two views the l'reatdent seeks to eiercUo a wise moderation, examining oarefully each caso tb.it cornea before him. It may be that the continuance or hostilities against him will compel the adoption or a stem, unrelenting, Jacksonlan policy, requiring all rub ordinatea to conform strictly Co his political creed or sur render their offices, but no such policy has as yet been adopted. There fire the Pre* dent cowddeiv that no great Interests In that respect will be sacrificed by his tem|>o rary alwence rrom the Executive mansion, and thererore the clamor of the ofllco seekers will pom unheeded. The Payment of llonntleato Colored Holdlera. Tho receat order or the H*reiary or the Treasury to the Second Auditor dtrectln* the snapeasion or the pay ment of bounties to colorod soldtors, is to oi^rate only till rules are prepared by the Communion of tho War Department Tor tho payment or these and all other bounties , one of the objects being to protect all such government claimant*. The Treasury Department ha* not been advised that the rule* have buen prepared The Clsvelssil Convention. Fome of the leading papers treat the call for the con vention at Cleveland on the lTth of September as though it was addressed only to the anny. This Is a mistake The call, though originating with army officers, invitee to a soldiers' and sailors' convention all who have served either In the srmy or navy of the Union during the late rebellion and who are favorable to the reconstruction policy of the President and the principles announced by the Philadelphia Convention. Dentil ?f Ussleaaat Ceanaslfr Henry M. Illne. The Navy Department has receive I Inrormat.on of the death of Lieutenant Commander Henry M. Blue, at Charleston, P. C.. on tho TM mit Lieutenant Com mander Blue was on dnty on the United Males steamsr Tacony at the time of hia death. Internnl Hereon* Ainesssr* Forbidden to Hun for Political Ofllce. Tbs following special order, concerning assistant asses, aors, has been issued TniAstmr I)srAKT*srr, Omir IrrsasAi^Bsrssea, I W??n*i'To?, August ID, 1SW I It has been rer>reeenled to this offlce that stances osaisunt a*? en^ors have used their officlil P?*U tions to secart their nomination to the local offioe, and It Is ur?ed that their relation to the taxpayer's ?nch that Ii.ll It in thetr peruana! advantage In tn?s r*?D?cl if so d*?-d; '? 'is also believed that the or a candidate for office before the neon e unfavorable to tbst strict Impartiality EThft? ,? in easeiitial to the proper discharge o'The dlrtlJTof lint assesnor ' The -rotary ? ? K*a Tpftuiirv h an UMTVfofi. tnit MtlM w umied 'bat the ac optance or a nomination for an elect ive offlce by anv asstsUnt a*w?nr will bo taken as evl ' ? ,)0 longer dselree to retain hi s position. Assessor* are iimlrncted t<> promptly report the name of aoTt^^a'U who msy aco.pt, or who Is "n-.wn to be ss/kmg any nominal Ion for such offioe In order that a h, ay |H- forthwith appointed succeMor |IaKI.aMD, Acting Gommissinaer Pre-emption Settlement* on ibe Public l.nnde. Th^Comm -ioncrof the General Land om.otoday made the folio* iog ruling* relative to pre-emption set ticmeot* ? . Bv the eighth .ectlon of the Homestead act of 1M3 Hy ttie ei*nui .ntrv under tlat law on the 'on S?V 7e?? vears of continuous settlement and eultiva fi>rhav^tb.>^. a ^y time before tho expiration of tion, hsve tbsru f f .,,ch uettlement up to a tl'-t P"** rT?'. f?r the tract at ?1 iA given ?!?)'*" S ? ti'le Where a homestead Kb., entered dredand *??*">?' .ere* ? ,eh ^ ElSuSd'to nSSi puirluae he is r?l,tad win, the homeeteau w a a? v required to pay for one ?mount of *uch * ? w , ,.r , i?rty euiers under hundred and ??-t he forlelU all the homeetesd and abandon* toe " the time claim to tho leer otnre for the services tXZ by U.rBe...U r'an l K -,,.., in r. gard to such eB,rr Wreck of Ibe Hrl? Mn.tnpony. The Cecretarv or Stale b,' received the following from the United Stales (onsul.ta at Va-sau, .taled August "ftlLl have the honor to .nform you the* tb? Amert flan brig Maiuponr, ?n the night of tas ^'rdenof *W tons. l"^-d the (Mb in^eat- cbe^ |HJ?nd to Sagua la Grar.de, with lumber from SavMoeJi.twu ^ consisting Oiba. Her officet* end crew Wvmen of the tollewtny t Mirphy, second maw Randall D. tohWn. , Mie . B"b ?n V^win, Man^l William Berry Stewart end^oeep ^ Antotne, James A. I , rtlt, %lid e small portion ^b.tl'rln'jr^e ?^l Oh'h wltb the officsV. and ttfWS flO? TW rACIflC C8AJT Has faas< s Aagu* >S, 1?KI Tbe steamer Onte?-. from Portland, <??o., "r1nr ?3IM MO In trseenrs * In the case of the United ftatee vx *? baskets of cbam pacne ef which Lock * Montague were the rla-maate. Judge Field, of the U.ltad .tatae Circuit Court h- re v^Ld the decision of the Picric Co?t. e. tte r^nd that the difference betw^ the i.vetee a^ e^hng prle* waa lmprt>i?r ^slene. to go b^ore a Jury. The 6. wea remanded and a new trial ordered. A Honolulu letter of Augeet 3 ?y* the einrderer oC H ^ Dadvtt he-* teei eafdered and eoafewnd the tner Am rmnrM* fegHiie srr*ved from Manila, hcingg ?^S.t^sPs oTCU MM i io? bene of the Nptnt .ImS?' ?es arrived fnne Hoag Konf brln#*, 'Ti^J^-res are erain ?W lV'f rmmn Potat tVM TslloW J*'ket fTK. ii^bir f7l?, < holler |IT? Kmp're Mi*l HW l-***1 lll',n *?* hIiKsH amusements. The Metropolitan The almost dally announcement o,f Ihe opening of new, enlarged and redecorsled bouses, and 'bo productloo of now [iUyx, with cjuito a number of " flr.it ?j?pearanc< *, Hliow conclusively thai wo are plea*iugly, y#l almost Imperceptibly, advancing luto the very enjoyable I all season of our dramatic houses and music balls. P?r" formers of note are arriving In New York from every part of tho world ? old aud new ? and next Saturday the ureal tragi -dy queen, Adelaide Kulorl, will embark, with a full dramatic company, at Brest, In France, for Una city, in order to win fresh laurel* m the metropolis of tbe repub lic. The feature* of tbe wwk arc ? nnoAOWir tiibatss Mr. Jamss Stark, the trsgedian, enter* the second week of his engagement at tbe Broadway this evening Schiller's live-act tragedy, The Robbers, will bo produced with fine effect, Mr. Stark personating Charloa de Moor. He will be sustained by the ontlre force of the company. Tho piece will lie regaled on Tuesday. Wednesday evening the management will place on the boards tho fine drama entitled Napoleon, with new scenery, uuw costumes and appropriate appointments. TONY PAgTOR'H OP..RA UOllHB. Tony Pastor, In his enterprise, annouuees another new piece at his Opera House in Ihe Bowery. This evening his company v. ill perforip In an or.ginal drama entitled New York In thu Otdeu Time, or Tho Wild Man of Klngs bridge. Miss C. llen^ua, a tug danseuso from the Dub lin tboatres, makii her first upi>?arance, and Tony Fwlor sings a new song called "The Philadelphia Com nation, the words by Miles O'Reilly. Tbe remainder of the bill Is vory ample in good things. wood's minnm The Hanlon Brothers, with their company, are in the last week of their engagement, al Wood's thestre, Broadway. This evening will bo givoa, for the Ur*t time, tho Hanlon Shadow pantomime. Miss Kathleen O'Neil, tho Irish vocnhut, with Mastors Carons, will ap pear for the ilrst time at Wood's, and the comic Violin Magic, by Mons. Caron ninl Hiegrirt, will bo glvn. DurlAg the pant week tho "right wing" of tho Hanlous was presented with a silver wine set by the members of the Amurican Academy of (iyinnaelio and Physical Development. Wiyor Pauline Cushuian appoars as Cynthia, at Wood's, next .Saturday, September L (IIARLSY WIIITK'H THOUHS. Charley Whito's ralm;troI troii|>e and combination company, al Mechanics' (llryant's) Hall, Broadway, will appoar this evening, with tho addition of Slguor Heurico, tho caunon ball performer. The Black Tragedians, Jophorum, Tho Carnival of Homo aud tbe hhadow pan touilmo are announced. TI1K ACAI KMT or ?ISPTRlttS. This new establishment, No. 120 Broadway, presents a good army of talent, Including Frank Ilussoy, S. S. Purdy, Joe Taylor, Pole Sterling. Cbaa. Shatluck and other well known artists. An entirely uew bill has been issued announcing Tho Dancing Millers, History of An Old Man, Tho City Auctioneer and a number of other piece*. urnwoRrn'* loswams. Tlits company will Inaugurato Its opening per'ormancs at the Fifth Avenue Opora House, West Twenty-fourth street, this evening, under the management o.' Mr S. Budv/orth, ths well known comedian. Made up of the leading members of C.eorga Christy's and Bryants Minstrels, with other performers of note, the Hudworth's Mlnslrols are protty certain to sus'ain tho reputation of the flue houso lu wliloh they mako their debut. After tbe overture, a dsnce and ballad |*?rformanoe, Tbe Model Servants, Echoes from Fatherland and Virglnius and Iiillius will be given, followed by the spectacular drama, entitled the Fall of Fort Fisher, Introducing a naval combat. rns rsKK Tiisirn*, WMOMr*. Mrs. V. B Conway has arranged to open the searon at this favorite place of amusement next neturdav evening, September 1. She has organized a numerous and tal ented company, them uib'-rg of which are to assemble at the establishment to morrow (Tuomlay) oveniug. Mrs. Conv. ay has had tlio theatre plaod in One order, and In tends to produce a succosslou of attractive perform ante* during lb* coming afeiftOlL II* miI.KY 'h <iFMA HODRI, HMOOKLTM. Hooley has m.-ule properatlone to give during the week I at his Opera House, lu Bnsiklyn, a Hurrah Trip Ronnd the World, My Johnny was a Shoemaker, The Naval Combat between the Koarsargo aud Alabama, Tho Banner m the Sky, Who can Kind Ps Now, with olhor funny combination!. ?Mcanaaeoea. Mr. C. W. Tsyleure opens the fall season at the Broolr lyn Academy of Music on the 4th and ftth of September, with Miss Maggie Mitchell, who appears as Llltlo Bare foot and the Pearl ol Savoy. During the summer vaca Uon tho Academy of Mustc has been extenslvoly runo rated and supplied with a ateck of admirable new acauery. Mr. Oscar Outtman, late stags director of the flladt theatre in Hamburg and known for over twenty years in Uertnsny as a tragedian and character actor, who Is en gaged for the coming season as technical director or the Cerman theatre tu New Oiieans, is in New York, and the Sladt theatre management In this rity has induce ! Mr Outtman to appear In a scries of performances st that establishment. Vlnlle a number of artult arrived In this city from Kuropo by tho slesmship Psrsla a few days sln< e In add.tion to Rooooal and his dsughler, were Mis* H?n ri.juessnd Mr. W J. Florence. Mr Florence brings home several new pwea for Mr*, riotence sad himself, and ?,*n at ths Arch Btreel theatre, Philadelphia, in a few day*. Maalrnl. rus raiwcit nititu ? itaua? or**A. The Barber of H" ville, with IU lne?hsu?taM? fund of humor, love scrape* and light, aparkllhg mu-i will i ?? repealed st ths Fretnh tf??alr* tin* (Monday i and Wed nesday evening* with the name cast as on Saturday. To analyze the nnj*.< of 11 llntM*" would be pretty much tbe ram# a* analyxing asut,l>earo. There U something no loyou", srch and exuberant in It |tbat it rarely fails to charm. M Slgnora Bos. holt! as Ro'ina, Orlandinl as ths gsy barber, and formes ss tbe music leachsr mn*t be heard to Is* appreciated ?JiieCHMtR SI0BT ? rWIVAl or TUB wsw visa ugn?i ksass irrr. The second snd last m dsumm?r night's festival of this favorite sot ie:y came off Isst Friday night, al Paul Falk * Bel idere l.sin I'ark, comer of Kighth avenue and UOA street. Th? rsin deferred msny from attending the fes tival, but there were still enough dancers to ke?p the immense platform and tbe splendid Ofrheetra .-r.gwd, and numerous groups wsre chatting in the arbor, snd alcoves of the lark. The de? oration* of ths hall "'re rich and lastefol, rnnsisltng of part of the perap' srnalls of the last memorable masquerade hall nf the *0 clety The only msaqtwrader* pr^-ut ??r. pole ? men with pr--|? ?ierou* I's'klng >a|is si d !?' each of which ?? ined oapalAe of eonta'alng ths brslne In the entire Metropol ian l?ep?nrii< at One of the??- worthies ?s< lle>l much mem-neat l. ring 'be evening by arn-Uag a prom 'rent memt-srof the so.-1-ty on th- -tren^ib of a form i. > ? ??' - w.rer.t The music of Ihe two l*n Is eassvrv' g " have been de?ir?d, snd M? ether i?t and Nem ??*>>, who constilule.1 the priu< ipal <m?..lUe on the o-c* ,n, ci.m -i their depar"n-v a 'h < ?>. man lab! ? ??tl snd - li e .- r o?, * I gr-?,..l, wers brill isnlly lighted up, aid the merr> ears whirled Uir.igh wait*". |r?iop?. sc'i !"? '" l-?? ?o., until lbs utars fad"4 out oae by on* and Ihe ?a?t was all agi?w al ths approach of ths in T ,e pi - ?? if Of ths festival I - thnea who tr - e-l to t' - lei t?r tner? of th* Elgb'h BVSfiue car* a?*? r - derab y t arr-d In the Journey from the c ty I" I- ? ' -r* of the lu. k lew |?rtles who r< m uned nil the we ??i? boors' bad to lake shelter in an o4d duspelaied ear near the .nt.anre la the U?. I aat .h verlagly for two hoars before s carbeond towards ths eily o?o<le sre tided V, *how Mself. lUv.ag to cba,?e car* at a plana where 'hers wy and ahere Is n.ne out -f >'? of Ifinca t'arriival had to stsnJ ?? tba bleak si-l-walk, with teeth chauermj I - hensoil-d. ? ?-r a T'?r lev of an ho r ? sfttdh-r if si In *v rs f?r " -a who rsnture ss far as H-ivKWe l.ioa l*?r* "a tbe ? gt.th avenue, after aighlfaJI Tbe D> U -run-.. ? f^ of lbs New Y Jfk U~Wirw.? ?'?My sr. .-l-..g with th' high rep?u? ? w"" ?r ' ? ?sklaM rmu as ??? Dr Caller sad Mr U W NarfU have es?e> wked la UlS laainitnl r i I?-T oader th* ahevs aea.-, '* tbe piaa of the famoa* l?osi Char* + Bar" n Tt>-r?r>s are til have i?der Hfleaa years of age, aad the w a?er tul pr-dU-wMKT shows by 'he yeaag ch-r .tart at the moral lea-h **? a- Ir. *g ha M s em . -r%t. tea of tbe stilltf and s^'?ee* a* et?<-h a T Tbe a -*a afBarh Me, leUaobn vl Hat VI fma *hs be ' '? lW, , it,, - % si v-a/J auavevsr ta*.- :<* **m berahlp, and the utmoet i1"" I*'"' ^ taken to bring ib? pupil* to tba abov 9 '"ih *tandnr<i OONMHVATOnt ******** Mr. Edward Mollenbauar unit* "0?** tba grand opening ' conceit of lbs Musical Conedivak "7 t? take place al Irving Hall on September 10. Tbe t>/>ucertM of tho Con tiervalory will lis given aeml-muntbl)",! tbe a.'Vcllotii bring mostly claaulcal. A large orcheatrd "lU aeri.it it each concert. IKTUiU HALL *A ' HID CO* *NT?. Till* e-tl?bli*lin>snt, newly |?inted and decorated, wl!f o|?n on Saturday evening with a grand concert, la which Ml** Kate McDonald, Mine '/eld* llarrlaon, Mowr*. Caalle, Cauipnell and other dlatlogoiabed artists will participate. On Sunday evening tbe Aral of the regular ?ai red con cert* w>ll be given. Tha hall baa b?eu fitted up in j-plea did (tyle for the season. WtaimiQWL Mr. Carl Wolfkohn, tbe dixtingulxbed pUnint, ha* Juit oonipleted a tour of tbe Went, duriug which lie Intro duced In all leading elite* tbe work* of lieolbovcn. No ptunuit In America can compare with Mr Wolf *nhn in bi* rendition of thoao sublime work*. At tbe Louisville Ha'mgorfoat hi* pUyiug wu the groat feature of tbe concert, and at bin aoir -us in New York during tbe coming season wo may pioguoallcale Tor bim tlio name aucoeM which Dttnudud bltu during hn Woatern tour ADELAIDE RI8T0BI. The Ciinilng Kinliirliallou of .>lut1nme Kiatorl with Cruu'a New Company lor Nr? \ ork Tli? Nauicn of lb* Arllnlca TiiaarHK fkam ai.i Mnn igar Grau duly announce* that Ma lam i Adelaide RUlorl, tlio celebrated tragedienne, accompanied by tho number* of the linn dramatic company lately organised for tho above MtablUhiiKnt, and hersulto, willomliark at Hro.it, France, on board the French Trani allaiitir *t?ain Hhlpl'ereire, on Saturday, the 1st of September, fur New York. It ia expected that the di*tlngm?hfd party will arrive umong us oil tho l'Jth proximo, and noon after ward* commenco the fulfilment of Klsiori'l engage ment* iu this city and througli out tho United :ltat"? and Havana. The enterprise of forming tho Itulorl coui puny wrn difficult anl nttnndod wltli a vory heavy outlay of money; indeed tt I* awrted that w?ro It not for the exUtleneo of a very troubled state of *ocl cty In Italy, c uinoquonl on tho agitation* if the war with Austria, the management would have found It utterly Impossible to obtain tho *orv c.h of such an atMemblago of talented artl*".e:i M will attend Msduinn Adelaide to our shore*. A* matter po**?*nng vory connldorable Interest we publish fur the Information of the publl* all the particu lars on< "ruing the distinguished stranger*, eoium-hoiug with a list of the autistic r*K*o*K*L or in* inrroRi om.ivnn e.wrA*r, which l* composed of the following: - tn .re Adelaide Bi.torl, Antoniolta /.ammar.ul, Adclo Guuuiurtlnl, Maria Maiagoli, Marietta Uorgousonl, Mai. a t.reppl, l.i.gla ISIecb, VlrKlnia t4a*ait, Annolta Dull, Qrazlona Uloch, Roelna Fontana. There are also the Slgnori Giovanni ' arl onl, Claoorao Olecli, Arbllle f'ottint, I.udovlco Mamtnl, Omllo Bull, Giovanni Maria Ilorgbi, Anunlo Malleoli, Napoleone Ma/.iulolfl, Carlo Hull, I'ietro Ferrari, I'aelo Vega, C-.are Ki itorl, Franc eaco l.l.wrn, Glovatu i Tim*to, Foderlco Verznra, I.ulgl Trojanl, AU'lrea Hal tan*, A-drul.alt t'orrl, Achilla Gilbert) N'ext eome tbe otage diroctor, prompter, proi?Tty man and ctMtumer*. The (ollowiiig are tho n*ni')* of author* who b >? ?? writ ten eipmiwly for Mndarno Kbtiorl and her Irnn.ii.e . om pany I'aolo tiiacomeitl, L'rnoHi I.ig.uv-, Oui e|.|e Monune, Ippollto d'A*tnlll, and tli"'r play* will !> ? pro duced In AmTlra. GluMo ''arenno, Franceuro dell 'rtn^aro, Oa?>?i C'rrl and Napolooae Uiotuare the writer* ehobnve irnmlatod for Mad-ime Hottori the dramatic <?'.? / ?/ -ru-m of K ig I *h, Herman and French pool*, an I which will M icpre Mated during their enga&nrnont In thl* country. The adininistrator of the Italian dramatic company la Mauro Cortlcellt. t)f the memhera of tba company Mgcta ?nt inletta Zainmarim and AchllleCottlui are memliers of lb* lleleth Hon company, which I* renowned in F.urope Mr, Orau lia* aim made the acquisition of I.udovlco Manclnl, ? very didlngulahed artlate, who It a* . real In comedy a* in tragedy It wa* very difbcult to induca tbla gentleman to rcliniuiab hU en^atemont In Kaplea and undertake a Journey to America. I TRAGIC AffAIH IN WEHCtW STKEET. A Man Called Ont of Ifle Hrd nnrf 'larder. [ eaaly An**ttlt*di tke N*tlrr Hrlm la Hrrtrvt Ilia TVallfylna In a Caaeaf flarilary-Arrral ol Ike I'artira Aiiti?->lorlri?i K>nml*atl*n. At a lata hour on Saturday n glit John llaalam, tern porarlly (topping In Mercer street, retired to bed, and a ion afterward* four men with whom ba wa* acquainted called, and, knocking at bla room door, aakad to lie ad mitted, wbioh wa* done. At tho r?i|ue?t of I hose nina? whose name* are John -ham. on, I'b.lip II Hargrove, Ooorte tHn.el* and Charte* Driok*? II a* lam draaoad blmself and went out In their c otnpany After taking a drink Hargrovn made uae of language whu h Induced Haelsm to Indlava that Uiey eontemplated InUlcting ?lo lenco u|>on hlin, an<l accordingly ba r^turnrd to l>l*r">m He went dow n again in about In mm .tea and arotn panted tba men, who were still itandli.g at tlio door, to a baaement mom at tbe comer of Spring and Merr street*. He b*'1 been there but a ahoct time wb?n "hannon draw fn?a hi* pocket a long, sharp-bledad claap kn fa and aUti'jad llaalam In tba right side of tbe ueck, m!,. cl ing a fearful and parhapa mortal wound Hhann'in in stantly fled and took refuge In Uie houaa Sn lit Mer er *tiw4, abiUier he wa* pursued by ati >-11, ?r of tba KlgblJi jweoin' t, ami arrestwl Aftrr taking iha tiri^.ner to the station house search waa made (or tba otnor per tiaa, and tb?y wara eoob se, ure<l Irnoied.ately after tin ^tabbing Ha 'sin wa* ("nvryr'i to til* room, ?ti- r a surgeon attended htm and draeMl the wonad Haaian>, It appear*. Is a wiwiea* >a a r?a of burglary aViut to be tried in l#blla<t"lphta, tbe defendant being a frl? t I "f it,? prU iners, an<t they w*r? aioeadiagiy arm .ua be should M kept ant of roart. fl'tsco tb? pi ji ?iila nxitita for ittemiitlng to take bla Ufa. As the vlct ni ? ".ndiuon wa* considered "Itlrel fViro. ner Maomaan wa* yc*terd*y s"mrn"a^d to i*k* b * an" morterri *ut??'-rit, a copy of wbleb, together with tba vardiol of tbe Jury, w i: Go fbaal tiei >w tar woiranan man * r* rta er Ainnt halt |?at twelve o ? lock laet nliilit I want to bed, and about an h'eir after f or m?i? with whoai I ?*a *ri|ualnted knocked at my bedmom <<? and ?ai.l~l to ctimo in I got up and let tlisin In; they t- id me '!re*a myaalf, win b I did, ani < ifflr 4"wn s'ar*wil tt.em; we went and too* ? rn* l*ger li^-r, *|, I I wa< up ? aira to bed a ir -tin wbll* I <a* K">ng i*bll t> Hargr >va sa-d to John shannon. l>oth liekiMing to the pai.y '.f bmr ui' n tinned e?>ov*, "Thera he gvoa, liter* be g m* I ernt op stairs then and *? p? sway It >m U ? rn for about t.-a rinniitea. 'orain* down again I met Uiam al the 4??r, and .Hbariooa said, "l*t u . ? ' n a Sprse ail Urs bap pened at Ko 101 M-r -r ??ree?, wl ?* f aro *' s i' ' j U>iatmrarlly ; w* then all wet, ? iloen t<? the n ru*t ,1 Mi-r- er aud S| r ng *tre?i? Into a twaaaH and bad a dr nk , it wa? tl>?a a t?r o?a ?'<iork, ?nd I said, '* I. t a* go booi? , ?t tl?i? Jab n ."bannon iiegan to talk to ma aad aaM Y> i urn of a bitatl yaa will tall ao a, or" taisa, aad ibatantly (truck n e w iii ? katfe at ih- r ght a. is of my ibroal ; I aaw the kmf ? flaati I MMI *? the p *>?< aaat pres ent ? John Hbaa>'?a? aa tbe aae who ataMed o>s . tt?? otber two men ware nan.^l Ji>th aa l "tba*i >y , ' I went to bat loo murder, and < bartey aa.?l ? f?i. i ba.i ? . I w*at down int/i a ea ??, I 1 airie Bp ag* u a . i u? a poiiceiaaa and I told bim ttat I wa* 'it; I fell down from I w* -?f Mood , I ?*? * wi'n-?a in a eaaa of turr ?ry in I'll l*-'e;pl, a, and I dot. l k&ow of ai .f rtt-r u, due for (tabb ng m ? ?!>? at Taevrw tr Thotnaa B<ilito*ot> M f? being duly ? ? en. 1?poaee and aayo- I ba-e ?iamlt 'l tbe tef?'H aad *'"*i4 >if John Ha*taai, Ifaaad a puaaiuMf waand a u.a neeb, riiiht ?.d" t.sar the atavMaj I r?rt?*?ter hiaVibame very daagrrwa* coaditioa. Tbe eaae waa tbea ? ibm 'led la lb* yirj, at.o raadagad tbe fot.uwing mar ?^ial Jol.n Rtdan 'am in ' ? "a '.y a ??*?> wound in i be ne-k from a po ?*?? kaife, ??c??*ad at tbe banda A Jahn Nl.ai.n a After tbe rendition af th? ?*rdM? nm> ner Ha. mann u*d ^baaaoa to tbe Tur.tw to aaa.t the re suit ?f MaeUm ( li .,area llaalam ia Unity one r?e?? of age aad a name uf Bagiaad ao I .i?es n Kaaaa 1 a** a>." near Tt irty-aeveatt. In ngarl to tl.a na ture af the ?.?aad, Hasi.m ??r*. "I do id tbiak I ? l recover lleoff- Ixeiela < f.arte* Kreli **4 Mi op H Hargrove, ttia j^tflias wb ??re anh ? t ana n at < e time ,f tM murdernaa aeaa .lt are betd an aon*anar*a before tbe fart Al tlv> t??i? Ha* *m* atefr-iewt w*a l*ieg uiA ba raevtvsd a I ?pal b fr- m ft. >ad* | ' .? Ratify log i.r . tu apyaar tb?es b?ii We4a>?-)ay aad g .?? km stdies a tba ew^ of bargtary refevad ta. ?Ait K(?M W TMMU A snadat I a*veall?a ta Irraags Prtrea fa* H erb. Taateeday tba O-'rman Hnafbn tar an be d ? ma at Mating at tba Harwwat* (tarden, far tba parpaas if tnfttag MHa "leaidemuoe tbatr d'pr?a?*l aetadltwid <v MMIaasd be a gmdanl der raaaa af tba pr.tan for tae.r ?bar (bare wara eaaa two tb aanal i*>r? aa prw.?nt, tad a*v*?al addraaama were d*'leerad. from a!,i#b tt *j pa era I t>.at ' tMf woftar*" tia . en w%a w-eb f-e i-r* 4aaterai oaa ear* .-aiy I* ar 111 per week. a%sa - ing ? e (? aad ebitd *tr>?aa ae.e* a d*r and It tft^arad .'tnbw ibM Ul? iv raaaa tMMMMbl ?i Ut termination of thn war In thitcnttntrv. During th" tliay were enabled t<> eeru 916 per weok, wl.aA working, with ailo ant child, alitoeu l??uri per day, oil account of Hie demand for military good* The malie# wa.i dUcue. .> I at great length, audit conunittoe, ootu pneed of Mi'*?re. hulter, IImju", Kiakrl and Hupp. ap- , l>oiul?d for tb? purpoee of devudng a plan (?r orgaulan* Uun, Willi it vlovv (o ttg.i n*t a further rud..o tlon nud aakiug fur an iBcrouu u( ilia ulM for Uiajr labor. There are not le,s than t) rty tin liiaaad journeymen tailor* |q N< <* York nnd vicinity, about live llioui-uud of wuoui itre "cuaumi work.-ri., which !? another branch of tha trad* ; and It la alleged tb.u tboee in the vkloiljr who hava iu juir d *..?? pr .p.-rty In i l.?- eh ape ,,f a abed and a lot of Krouiul am tli ?*> who i>i*iil ih* trade "f worklftf at a lower rate than th'?? raiding ta the c i*f who have to pay h gh reule. MEXICO. AfTnlm an tlir Hlo (Jrnnrir Harder. Offlclal Information from Hroanevtlle to th? Ulh ln?t baa boon received. General Walla.-* wae with < aravMel at Brownfvllle. Tho arum itad muntUana of war tnki>* out by tho J. W. Evenuan wvre in yalatnoroa; but aa they belonged to American citizen* CaaaJea bad uof Interfered w Hi them. Mo hail aaaur-d Um imrtie* own. trig them that all contract* um lu f?y Carnvynl would b? carried out, ?nd he hoi RMda ? forced loan to pay fit* the arm*. Thn American cillxena aMompanylng the arm* were arreeted by C'analee, but wero Nubw queeily relWMi Junrrx liillnlltia Texan I?dl?e? Into Ilia Army Tke VeraCrai (!Maia IImm Bekkeif Kxn-utrd by Maximilian A Frtack (!?ll?f III own I p, A Pitn too, Augn?t 24, l*M A dispatch dated Galveeton, August aaye Una ic-vn* nl inevi. ngot* who li id been onl by Juarez from Mei on to thn Indium In Kaelern T< >aa to induoe them to rum tho Liberal amy a* i-Hatpebootera paaeed through llrowaaUlle ym-terdny. The Mexican wmy la recruiting fut. The robber* who riatlKlnl ItO.Otn from lb* Vem Crui Ciuitoui House were rjipt.n?d and Immediately us ecuted, without trial, by Maximilian i or lera. A l-'roach cutt>-r on U ai' i > *t blown up by a nub. BMrged torpedo an ! *H anliwil |Mr'*M'tlwl>f Um exp!"*ion or by drowning. T > aunilier on board nil thlrty-el^ht I in in- tin I KetiWli from lh? \t ? ?f Cnnal Tin l.lberniM l.ndrt .1l?irnl<-" l!??leil hr Ike lat< pi rln I 'I'riMiii* I ml r t.'iirid urn, it r. 8' ?. i < ? A'lgnat 'iS, The Mei lean Imperial r"ii-,ul'i id' n. Ii??p*l !i iro?? frw, Rmot, of Au^' m fl, #l*i i mi tin '? More lea, after hla defeat ?t Misrtr.otidlo, w . j-u i d 1) tl ? Irnpertill td under flaadara and ovaruki-n at u pi a I oil I'uuito. A aarara enga/i-ment out- r iitiug in the coi)lal4 rnutof the lineral* who t ?>k r< ' ? > within tt.e Arrterl can line*, leaving thirty de>. ! ?(t o hna rod and fifty prisoner*, *11 lln-lr h.is," ;n and au.ui i .iiloa in thd bandu o( thi I*i>?r1ali*t ? P<- -piatn ??? iKiagTtco^ ouply puntued. Tlin A'i'erl' "U> ?Uhi *tef* tinner V?gd left La I'ax Auguat 6, to minrorc? th? <Uf-.aU 1 JnartaU, who rec,ei\.'d tn en-' * ^e f.ir < ne thou en I Ave hi ndr<*| atolen animal* the uo-aii* of pr<>? i utmg h ?mitltlaa. Alt tM qatet tn final"*. Ttn. it ryof L?/a4a'a defect on la proaouaead t.ii-e 'Ihe l!r:ii h uhlp Alert, and the Krwarh ?*i ?'? pa Vim to rn. Tall* -nan, Ithin aud I. Ifei wern lu ttia | 'irt at Ouaymaa Augnet 14. IHrd. "n flund.iv. Any nt ".'t. aft?r * 1 nger ng llln*?% K?at.'>?, widow of IhivM l.u', ui?ed fe| )< ?r? Ihe reUliviw and In nd* "I the lulu Ir u-e i-tperi/alla IrniU"! to attend the I ?<? at, ?i ln-r 1?U rr d< una, I j4 Ka*t Fortl ih atreet, th (Mi nday) allernoon. ?t tool O'cioek. The rem i'n* will tm tak.ee> to himlwrhook aa Tue<day morning Tor intei mei.t, (>Vr u htr OuMkt ti-t Thirtl I'ujt) MAILS FOB tUEOPE. The Cuaard m*il ateanahlp <'?ha, f'aptaia Fiona, wiM leavo Bocton on Wednewlay for Liverpool The mall* Tor Kur< f wilt r.l.iae In thi* ? tty at a quartat pa U one aoi half pa. I Ore o i -. to morrvw aflen> nan. The New Voa* ll*a?u>? Cdltla* f"r Kuru|* -w a M ready at eleven o'clock lo m< rrow morning. Single eopi-?, In wrapper*, trady for tnalHog, Ma eenla. Nowrmahnl f'hwrtii* Iter I, writ. In ll>* ' I It 1. 1 id to? H i?'" wi'h ? >?? laj?qw*H but what we* tha ot a*' imn ??' n*w?ri r/itno treil witti the emlmlng fragia '-of tliot i teal *? b?n4 lut of all runtl pei .'i.uant, I luT<)!t s MIUIIT lil.-KIMIMd cIrkuh t IS?b. -Duplex l.lllptlr. Vail l-'aahlwua. j w euIoLsre IKMBHATMb fiurLitiT Ri.urrfO or ixc in it pr ma kKIRTW. Til h I.ATI r HfYLKa AHF N^Tw" M 4DP. VRRV I.IOMT. 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