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Special Telegrams to the Herald. ^French Reports of the Attempted Assas sination of the Czar. Harrow Escape of (he Imperial Party and a Lady founded. The Assassin a Pole, Com ing from Belgium and Animated bjr Personal Hatred. 1 Brilliant Rnssiaa Bill and Universal Congratulations. PARIS ILLUMINATED. THE CONFESSION OF THE PRISONER. THE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN CORONATION, as. it. a?. t BY THE CABLE TO JUNE 7. THE ATTEMPT ON THE CZAR'S LIFE. SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE HEHAIO. Official Report of the Paris Moiiiteur? The Horse of One of the itoyal (.rooms Wounded by the Ball? Tlie Crowd About to " Lyuch" * the Assassin? He is a Pole. Influenced by Personal Hatred to the Czar. &c. Pabis, June 7? A. M. The Monitenr publishes an official account of the firing at the imperial carriage, in which the Czar of Russia and Napoleon were seated, and ?tho attempted assassination of the Czar. The statement, which is very short, confirms the report I which I transmitted through the cable to the Hbraxd yesterday evening. j It is stated in the Moniteur that the ball struck the head of the horse which carried oue of the imperial grooms in waiting who was riding at the door of the carriage, and that the weapon burst. I The people in the crowd standing near the ' scene of the attempt arrested the assassin, and the police interfered to save his life which was threstened by the enraged populace. The man says his name is Beregouski, and that &e is a native of Volhynia. Le Droit, in its issue, confirms the statement that the pistol burst, and says the assassin is a ?' Polish mechanic, and that he purchased a double bsrrelled pistol in the city on Wednesday, June 5. The newspaper also states that his motive Appears to have originated from personal hatred to the Czar, directed by political passion. It is believed that the assassin had no accom* plioes. ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS. SPECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE HERALO. Clallaat Action of the Orooa to ??*# the . Imperial Party-Course of the Ball Throuch the Carriage? A Lady Wounded la the Street? A Second Shot Atleinpted-The As ?assla Travels from Belgium lo Kill the f Caar? No Accomplices la Pari*, lec. Paris, Jane 7? P. M. The Gazette de* TriOuitaux saye that the groom la waiting, who was riding by the door of the imperial carriage, observed the menacing move ment of the man in the crowd, and instantly caused his horse to bound a little forward, so as to place him directly between the assassin and the ' sovereigns. The bail passed through the space formed be tween Napoleon and one of the Grand Dukes, son of the Czar, woundiug a lady who was standing opposite to see the cortt'ge pass. , The blood from the head of the groom's horse Spirted on the un 'tonus of the imperial part,) . The man attempted to fire a second shut, but this discharge burst the sccond barrel of the pistol. At this moment shouts of " Vice i J-.mpereur and " Fit* le Ciar went up from the crowd. The man immediately on his arrest said he came from Belgium two d.iys mice with the intention and for the pnrpoae of killioR the Czar. The PariSdlecfr, in its account of the affair, says that the man himself states t hat he had no accom plices. The Press of Paris is unanimous in its condem nation of the tnuidcrous attempt. THE LATEST DETAILS. SPECIAL TELECRAW_TO THE HERALD. Tke Polea of PnrN It c iirnbnle the All?Mpt The l.ffp of I ln? Czar -Concrniulntlana Pour las in I'pon Nnpolrnn-Aditrraa of Ihr Ayr* Iran Kralrir nla? II ??ainn Religion* Th^Ska ?Iflni Mrr*lrra- Olnlnrney of tkr I'riangtr- J , II* t'onfeaaion ?t lh?- ( riinr -I'nrla 1 1 1 at I - tMirrf. Jfco. . _ Paris, June 7? Evening. Ii is said that after the attempt upon the life of the Emperor of Uussia, Napoleon, turning to the Cwr tad smiling said, " Sire, we have been under Are together. " Tte Czar replied, "Our destinies are ia the handi of Providence." A fetter signed by several Poles, expreaaing the ( aorrot and reprobation that the daatardl y attempt inspire* the minds of all Poles, and a similar letter from Oneral Zamoyski have been published. 1a i /Viincv says addresses of congratulation to Napoleoi have been entensively signed in the aereral towns, and it is believed will becoma general. The Anericans here will to-morrow present, through (feneral Di.t, an address to the C?ar. In the Corps Lagislatiff to-day the President made a *p?ch condemning the attempt at assas sination, am exprc-umg his sympathy with the august gieta. His sentiments were loudly cheered. A religious service was held in the Rusaian church in Pari* to day. The Cear, (h< Grand Ihiche^a Marie and the Grand Duke?, sons of the 0.ar. attended and offered thanksgiving for their cseape. After the service the aona embraced tha father with much emotion. Both Emperors also t embraced. Some of the Czar'* suite have advised hi* return at once to Kusaia, but he aaid he would not. The aasassin was examined to-day. He spoke with coolueaa. and gave hia history. He ia a Pole, an instrument maker, and has lived latterly on his savings and on money given to the Polish refu gees. He was asked, "How coald you fire at a sovereign, the ^uest of France, who nourished you'" He replied with tears, " True, I committed ft great crime toward France." " But you ran the risk of killing Napoleon'" To this the prisoner answered, " No ; a Polish bullet could not go astray, ft must go straight when aimed at the Czar. I wished to relieve the world of the Czar and the Czar of the remorse which must weigh upon him." The prisoner showed uo sorrow for tfcs crime he had attempted to commit, and ouly expressed re gret at his failure. Napoleon has conferred the Cross of the Legion of Honor on Rainbeaux, the groom. The horse of the latter died from the effects of the pistol shot. Paris is illuminated to-ni^ht. A GRAND RUSSIAN BALL. SPECIAL TELESBAM TO THE HERAU). Mngiiilirent Kiiterlaiiinicwt at die RvmIaii Kmbaviy? Tlie Killer* of France nnd Itumla I'rut'iir -Oniiral Congratulation* to the Czar, il p. Paris, June 7? P. M. A grand ball was given at the Russian embassy in this city yesterday evening, the programme not having heea at all altered by the assassination attempt. The entertainment aud festivities were in im perial style, and of great magnificence. The Erapcror Napoleon, the Empress Eugenie, the < zar Alexander, the two Grand Dukes of Russia, with a brilliant assemblage, were present. The Czar and his sons received the congratula tions of the company on their escape. THE PRESS DESPATCHES. THE CORONATION IN HUNQARY. Tlie Emperor ot Austria t* be Crowned Kins ol Hungary To-Day? The I'alted Males Not Represented at tlie tieene? A (ienerat Politi cal Awine*tv. Pksto, Hungary. June 7? Evening. Lord Bloom Held, the British Ambassador to the Ins penal Court of Austria, will be present at the crowning of Francis Joseph as King of Hungary, which takes place here to-morrow, the 8th Instant. All the Powers having diplomatic relations with Austria will be represented on the occasion, except that of America. The Emperor has made known his intention ot pro claiming a universal amnesty to all Austrian subjects who are imprisoned or who have rendered themselves liable to punishment by political offenses committed prior to this coronation. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL % The London Ntnfy Market. London, June 7? Noon. The weekly statement of tOe condition of the Bank of England, published this morning, shows that the bullion In bank baa Increased ?637,000. The money market la quiet and steady. Consols aro quoted at 94 >4 for money. amkhic4> aitimw opened as follows; ? United States Ore-twenty bonds 73 Illinoia Central Railway shares 79 Erie Railway shares 40,% I.ONOOX, June 7?2 P. M. Consols have advanced %, and are now quoted 94^. No change baa occurred In the price* of Americas se curities since the noon report. Lohoos, Jane 7? Evening. Consols closed at 94'? for money. A*KRtcA!i sccuarriiei closed at the following rates I'nlted State* five twenties 79 Illinois Central shares 78 \ Erie Railway share* 39?? The ( oullnental lltunei. Frankfort, June 7? Evening. United State* hou 1* closed at 77*^. The Liverpool Cotton Market. Ijverihol, June 7? Noon. The Brokers' Circular, published to-day, give*, in Its weekly review of the cotton market, as the total sales for the week ending last evening, 96,000 hale*, including about .4 000 to speculators and exporters. The market ha"- Heen generally quiet and steady, and an advance of )?d. a v;(i in prices la noticeable. Tlie at <k of rotton in port itutl on shipboard at present Is aet nsaled nomi nally at <63.000 hales, of which f ooaiderably more than half (4?i; "00 1 were imported from the (Jaited Stale* The receipts recently hare been nnuttually heavy, those for this week aluno reaching 140 000 hales. The market to-day opeus quiet, with a prabable lay 's sale of *.000 bales. Middling upland-* are steady at U,J,d., ?nd middling Orleans lls,d. Lmotnioi, June 7 ?2 I*. M. Cotton 1* easier. The cotton market has l?eeu q iiet, and closed un* cbaiiged at the fol.ow.nit author. xad quotations ?Mid* dim* upland*. 11 ??<!., middling Orleans, 11 Hd The sale* of, the day amounted to I J.Ota) lale*. Trade llepoit. Th" advices from Manchester t*-dav w?re not favora ble. Tl<* msrkst for goods and yarn* was dull and heavy. Liverpool HrearistuIN Market. Liv*Reoot? June T? Noon. RreadMnffs are quiet. Corn, s7s. 9<l. Wb.-at ? Ni. I Milwaukee red, 13<. 94., and wlnl* California, 13s. 9d. Peas. ."TO*. Sd. (tats, 3*. *1. Barley. 4s. Hd. Livaarrioi., Jua* 7?2 P. M. Corn ha* declined 3d. I.icvRpnot.. June 7? Evening. The hreadatuffs market closed quiet, with * do* nw.ird tendency. Corn. 37* 8<1 formii"d Western Wheat ? Wbile California l.'K fid Oat* Armer at ,1*. 7d. Bar ley and |>e*s unchanged. Liverpool Provisions Market. I.tviai- >oi , June I? Noon. Provision* unchanged Pork, T9*. ljird, 49*. VI. Beef, 132* fid. Baton 40* Cheese. Ms. Lrmrai, June 7?2 P. M. Pr iru om are without change. Ltvntmoi, June 7? Evening. The provision market Is unchanged, etcept lard, which has advanced to SO*. , and ch**ee, which has de clined to 06s. for line American. Liverpool Produce Market. Liverpool, June 7? Noon Petroleum? Sals* of (pints at 10d., ami atandard white at la. Id. Pot ashes, 31s. Rosin? Sales of com mon at 7c, and One at 12a. Spirit* of turpentine, 33a. Tallow, 43*. fid. Clorerseed, 42* LivntrooL, June 7?2 P. M. Produce U without change. LtvnrooL, Jua* 7? Evening. Quotation* show ao chance In prices of product. Rosin? Commen Wilmington, 7*., and One American 12a 9plrtu turpentine, 33*. Refined petroleum, Is. Id. per gallon. Tallow, 43*. fid. Ashe*, 31a. for pots, I.ondon Markota. Losdos, J me 7? Noon. No. 12 Dutch standard sugar. 24*. ?d. Scotch pig Iron, Ma. Calcutta Imseed, 94s. Linseed cake*, ?9 15s. Linseed oil, ?41. 1/WWR, Jane 7?2 P. M No. 12 Batch standard sugar ha* advanced id , and I* now quoted at 25a. I/iwtvm, Jane 7? Evening Sugar elated firm at the advance. No Ji Dutch staa ^ rd, 25s. Iron steady. Scotch uu, 54a. per too ?Ml number* Uuae?d ? Crude Calcutu, 043. , oil v *" '*? 49 16,1 AiilttTrp IV < lolfinn Market. AhTwaRi*, June 7? Kvening. u w unchanged, nun-lard while Amsncat I'etrtXMv franc* per barrel I'lviniOg at 41 MARINE intelligence. Bkkst, Juno 7? Evening. The steamship tula ('*pw,n Piokliam, from New York May 28, arrived bM* t(Mlay and Proceeded to London . a ? Hukoow, June 7, 1887. The steamship St Andrew. . from Montreal. has arrived in the Clyde. __ **? Juno P- M. The Inman steamship City of 9t Wln' C*PU?> Eynon, from New York May 25, has arr<* 64 here M ?ult ?? Liverpool A Nhip CoiirfoMiifif, LiruiHoor., *1% ' P M The ship Cerea, Captain Humphrey, w*. ch l#rt Bor" deau* March 12 for New York, and which p<* inu> F?7?' leaky, has been coudemned. WASHINGTON. N S Washington, Juue 7, 1967. \ K?ductioa of tlie Clerical Force of th? TreMiwy Depart ineuf. It ia understood that >ecretary MeCul loch contem plate? to early and peimaneut reduction of the force employed io the Treasury Department, In cous^iuenoe of the rapidly diminishing business; and in making the redac tion a due regard will be exhibited with reference to the competence and ability ol? the clerks engaged in the different bureaus of the department, without taking into consideration their various salaries or classifications. The number of persons who are now employed in the department is between twenty-four aud twenty-live hundrej, exclusive of those engaged in the printing bureau, under Mr. ??. M. Clark. Of thrse, between seventeen and eighteen hundred are males; there are tlve hundred and fifteen ladies, and tho remainder are watchmen, messengers aud laborers. Of tho males em ployed, a fraction over oue-third served during the war either in the army or navy. Ni-i/iire ol an \ll<-?c<l *>11111 aider at st .>furk*?t Florida. Reports received by the Commissioner of Customs to day state that a vessel with a valuable cargo was aciied for smuggling, by order of the special agent of the Treasury Departmeut, at St. Mark's, Kla., a few days since. The commander of the vessel could show ao manifest or invoice when called uoon to do so by the in - spec tins officer, aud one of the officers of the vessol had gone ashore before the inspecting officer arrived, taking with him a quantity of cigare, silks, laces, Ac. A. con siderable amount of smuggled goods, amounting in value to about $600. ha3 also been seized at Calais, Me. Sale of Mmncgled tioode u( Detroit. The ci'atoms officers -rfattoned at Uetroit, Michijan, report tc the Commissioner the seizure and .sale of about $21,0U0 worth of smuggled goods at that city, St. Louis, Cincinnati and Chicago, the largest amount having been seized at the latter city. Twenty-live smugglers, male and female, have been brought to trial ia that district within the last three months, and fined in sums ot from $50 to $600. Tbe l.ake Superior Hhlp Canal Company. The Governor of Michigan has applied to the General Land Office, in behalf of the Portage lake and I<ake Su perior Ship Canal Company, for a further extension of time, in order to complete their selections, undsr the act of July 3, 1886, making an additional grant of two hundred thousand acres. "Commissioner Wilson has re plied, adverting to the period during which lands have already been withheld from the market to satisfy the grant, and to the hardship of delay in owning vacant lands for disposal to Individuals, requesting the Gover nor to specify tbe time he desires, in behalf of the com pany, that tbe withdrawal shall continue On receipt of the Governor's reply tbe time for selections in sattsfac. tion of tbe grant and thereafter opening up the vacant lands will be determined upon. Kitnaian America. In a private latter from Ueuerai J. If. Miller, Collector at Sao Francisco, California, to tbe Secretary of the Treasury, he speaks of our new It us* i an purchase aa follows:? " Russian America la susceptible of develop ment equal to that of the New England States. Tbe country ?? rten in mineral and coal. Tbe waters aflord the best Qshing grounds known to this continent. The fttr trade la Immense. Tbe climate la not more rigorous than that of Maine er Vermont. Gold and copper will be found In abundance when the country is opened to American settlement. The wisdom of acquiring this territory will be fully appreciated and acknowledged in a very short time." The Petition for the Pardon of j?g I)avla. Paul Bagley, tbe famous pardon manager, Is r ??sponsible for tbe genuineness of tbe following letter of Governor Worth, ot North Curollna:? Exnrcms DarABTMnxr or Noam Carolina, I Kambgh, June 1, 1M7. ( It Is represented to mo by the Bev. Paul Baglev, that Governor Sharkey, R. J. Walker, and many other distinguished gentlemen, have Joined in a petition to Jefferson Davis and the President of tbe United Slates, requesting tbe former to petition tbe latter for a pardon lor participation In the late rebellion or civil war, and al*> praying the President to grant the pardon. I do net know the reasons tbat infln?me Mr Davis in refusing to aak for the part on, and therefore decline to ask him to prefer the petition , but I have no habitation in saying that I think humanity and public policy would justify and require liie granting of the pardon upon a proper application. JONATHAN woRIH, Governor of North Carolina. NEWS FROM NEW ORLEANS. lioversor Welle Will Not Nnrrrntler III* OtHce Voluntarily. Naw OtiJum, June 7, 1HH7. Hon. Beo.i. F. lUndets, now appointed Governor, called on Governor Weil* this in or n. rig, at tbe Executive office, snd mart* it known that be came in obedience to the order of lienors! Sheridan, and was raady to enter upon his duty, fiovornor Welts declined to voluntarily vacate (he oUce and protested, in writing, against tbo action of the military author. IH. At cms o dock an ord t ?u received at tbe Governor's office, addrved to Mr. Fiandcrs, but he ??? at* nt ??? the nature of the communication caold not be ascertained The Cau<r si the Kemoviil ol Monroe. Abell nod llrrrnn. tone's! -'.er: Un, bav ug ten a-ked for his reasons for hU removal-, lorwarded the following ? Hr (UQCAlSTKRS I'tlTtl MILITARY D'?TRI'T, \ Nr.* Ouiuxi, June!). 1W7 t General I.'. - Gmaxt, l omui iudiug Armi?s l n ted States, Washington ? Gxskkai. ? On the -20th of April last I removed from office Jidge K Abell. of the t mutual Court of New Orleans; Andrew J. Herron, Attorney ueneral of the State of l<out?tena, and John F. Monroe, Mayor of the city of New Orleans These removal* were made under the power grained me in * hat is usually termed the Military hllj, pa*-ed March 27, 1S67, by tbe Congress ot" "the tinted states. I did not deem it nereasaryiog.se an* reason for the removal of those men. espe. ally after tbe Investigation made by the military hoard on tbe massacre of July SO. lifiC, and the report of the Congressional committee on the name massacre, but As some Inquirv has been made for toe cause ot removal, I would re*pe< tfully stale as follows:? I he court over which Judge Abell proaided is the only criminal court In Uie city of New Orl sns, snd a period ot at least nine months previous to Jnly SO be had been edn-atinita large portion of the community to the perpetration of this outrage, by almost promising no prosecution In his court against tbe offenders, in case sucb an event occurred. Tbe reeor?l* of this court will show that h' fulfilled his promise, as not one of the guilty ones bas been prosecuted. In releren< e to Andrew J. Herror. Attorney (Jeneral of tne Slate of l<oul>iana. I considered it bis duty to Indict these men before this criminal court. This he failed to do, but went so far aa to attempt to impose on the good sense ol tbe whole nation by indicting the victims of the riot In steed of the rioter*, in other words, making the inno cent guilty and the guilty innocent. He was, therefore, an abettor of and coed tutor with Judge Abell in bringing on the maasacre of July Do. Mayor Monroe controlled tbe element engaged In this not, and when backed by an attorney general who would not prosecute the guilty, and a judge who advised tuo grand lury to And tbe Inno* cent guilty and let the murderers go free, felt secure in sngsmng his police force in tbe riot and massacre. With theee three men eiereistng a large Influence on the worst elements of this city, giving to I bees elemsmt* an immu nity for riot and bloodshed, the General-lnVhlet will see how insecure I fWt In letting them occupy their present positions in the troublss which might orcur In renlstra tton and voting In tbe reorganisation. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient servant, P. H. SHERIDAN, M%jor General United States Army. THE STEAMSHIP SANTlAM OE CUBA. Lom Bbascm, June T, 1M7. The stsnmsfcip Santiago do Cuba, In tow of the roast wracking steamer Relief, ts passing here, bound to New York. SERIOUS IRE Alt jN THE CANAL. ALSAtrr. N. T., inns 7, 1*7. A telegram from Fort Edward, Washington county, brings information of an sitonsive tweak In the canal at Moeeakill. Sight or ten thousand yards of Oiling is required, and three days will be occupied In repaying the 4amag% MEXICO 1 Maximilian Sold to the Liberals by His Bosom Friend Lopez. ? No Prisoners Sh<jt Up Co Last Advices. HEROIC CONDUCT OF MAIIMILIAN. Ac. Ac. Ac. SPECIAL TELEGRMR_TO THE HUAIO. Nkw u*l*a.n8, June 7, 1867. Tbe Runehero of June 1 publishes a letter, dated San Luia I'otoei, May 18, which state* that private negotia tions. aome days previous to the surrender of Quor taro, had Men going on between three imperial generals and the liberals, to sell one of the principal forts tor $48,000. general Miguel Lopez, who was high in tbe confidence of Maximilian, was the principal actor in this treaty, and caused tbe surrender. \ <>t< iWomi a uag or true* with bis sword to Rscobedo, y<^ximlN?n K?M him be surrendered unconditionally, andV"?l V>re? favors to ask. He wished not to be in sulted, but V> be treated as a prisoaer: that if any per son WiM to I** shot, lie should be first; tbat if sbot, bis body ovigl't no t be abused. Maximiltiui ai ^ all tbe officers above tbe rank of cap tain would arrive *' San Luis in two or three days. None were shot, at"l '? was thought that none would" lie, in consev-ence v. ^ Ibo request made by (he United state#. ? tviltillo dales to the ;'Wtb of May, say* that the liberals uow admit that up to tb Tib the imperialists wore suc cessful in every engogei trent From tbat time to the I5tb, nothing important ti'anspirod. Ksculiedo says thai tllte "i thousand' prisoners sur rendered, Including thirteen' general mtloers aud five hundred ofHcors of inferior g ratios. He states tbat ao tightiug whatever occurred, and the only shots tired were by the traitors upon their companion.? in arms. Tbe surrender of the gam -<iu was complete. Lopez actod a.-- escort to the Eiuproas, was uncle o Uazaine and bo.'om friend to Maximilian, who - wan god lather to his first child. By his pro vies-' ho won the Cross of the Legion of Honor. Colonel .Mar.aua < atnpa* and Monde/ are reported shot sometime shortly after the surrender. A letter from Mouterey says that, Irrespective oP the wishes of the government of the United Mates, Maxi milian and his geuerals will lie shot, as the strong and irreconcilable teeling : of Jaartt and Ins party to all foreigners are that all should be sbot like dogs. Tbe schooner ArlelK Captain Castanza, from Tampioo May 27, arrived at Brownsville on tbo 31st. He reports tbat at the time he left, a ti^ht was raging between Gomez and Pavon, a portion of Gomel's officers having pronounced against bim. the fighting Mopped on the receipt of the news of ths fall of Querttaro. AMUSEMENTS. T - Steiawar Hall? 4>ruiid Maitlral Festival. Tbe utmost capacity of Steinway Hall and its exten sions was severely tested last night at the performance of Elijah by tbe immense chorus and orchestra that has been engaged for Harrison's grand festival. Mrs. l)alt more, Mine. Rosa, Miss Hutching*, Mrs. Reed, Miss Harrison, Simpson. Lombard and Tucker were tbe soloists, and Mr. F. L Ritter guided (he whole through this tasking work wuii complete success. There is nothing In oratorio mote dramatic and telling than this, the greatest work of Mendelssohn, and tbe performance last night was worthy to rank with tbe etlorts of auy European festival. It was a striking example of tbe progress of music In America, and each number was received with enthusiasm by the crowded and fashion able audience. On Thursday tbe Heroic Symphony, the overture to Tell, and the Honselt concerto, played by I'attison, were superb and deserving of tbe hlgnest praise. A matinee and evening performance will be given to-day. Academy of Dlscir-TlM Japanese. A large and brilliant bouso Inst evening attended the wonderful performances of Mag aire A ttisleys imperial troupe of Japanese. Several new feats were introduced, and revolving pyramids, danciog drums, top spinning, slack rope dancing, the floating bridge, and last, though not least, tbe terrific flight of little All Rlgbt from tbe dome of the Academy to tbe parquet kept all tbe lookers on in a cold perspiration. Not even L'htng Hoti, tbe attraction at the Court of tbe Emperor Grooti-fo twan, could create fuch a furore as these tawny, slipshod children of the Tycoon have tn tbe metropolis. To Professor Risiey is due tbe honor of bringing iliem out from tbe | Satan empire where tor two hundred years tbe most rigid blockade against foreigners waa main tained. SOUTH CAROLINA. Hpeerh sf Governor Orr on Reranatrectiaa. ArursvA, Ga., June 7, 1867. Governor Orr addressed tbe cituens of Anderson dis trict, South Carolina, to-day. After reviewing the vari ous plans, presented sinco tbe cloee of tbe war, for tbe reconstruction of the Southern States, he earnestly in sisted upon tne acceptance of the plan of reconstruc tion now proposed as the only means of preventing tbe administration of affairs of tbe country passing into tbe hands exclusively of the Ignorant, and consequently tbe barbarian snd tyrant clashes, as tbe only hope of mak ing this country even tolerable as a place of residence He showed from the census of 1S60 tbe groat pre ponder soce of the colored over the white voters in tbe State, and the utier inability of the white* to defeat the convention, or to protect themselves when ever sn Issue is msde with the colored people. There are sixty thousand colored votsrs in the .?tate, wbile there are only forty thousand whites. It Is true, perhap-. th ?t Mere are not now M many rotated meu as In 1M?0, but It is sure tbe proportionate decrease lias been greater with tb? wtiitee ihao the Macks since the commencement of ttio late war. Governor Orr in sided upon tbe cultivation o; the moot cordis! rotations between the races and tbe form itlon of no ainau <- w.tti the two great poliucai parties of the nation. The Crop* in "South Carolina. CflARUtsTO*, S. C . June 7, is?7 The planter* rep ?rt that th? recrnt heavy rains have seriously injured the cotton crop, lne first consignment of new wheat reached Charleston to day for shipment to New York. THE COhCftESSiOKAl EXCURSION STS. Grand Jolllticatlaii at Omahn-stprorlirs ef Menstor* Huiic, Trumbull and sthersi Ac. Oasnt, Juno 7. 1447. Senator Wade and party partook of a grand banqnet tn-olght at the State House, given by the f,eglslature, City Council snd cftlteas. About three hundred persons were present. After a sampluotis dtuner Mayor Brown gave a toast? "Our distinguished gue-ts," aud called upoo Mr. Wade, a# Vice President, to respond, snd on behalf of the people of Nebraska thanked liltn for the noble manner in which he had for over ten yoars battled so bravely for ths Interests at N?brsska. After loud applause Mr. Wade responded by speaking In glowing terms ol the constriction of the Pacific Railroad, to which he had been devoted for yean, and of tbe bold capitallets who hsve willingly invested their mon"v n? ne great enterprise. He appealed to tbe member- tie Legislature to build tbe new State upon the on.- ?>one of libertv, Jaatice and equality. (Applau-e I lh he believed they would do. Repaid a <omplim?n' to t le p?ople of the State for their energy, enterprise snd intelligence Senator trnmoull was called on, and la an eloquent speech proplx-ned a glorious future for Netiraaka. when her prairies would become blooming gardens, and the great highway to tbe Indies, sought by tbristopher Columbus, has been found across your fields and valleys. Senators Creswell, Howe, ('handler. fatten and Yates. Messrs. i ovode, George Francis Train. T. Seymour, Colonel WorthlnKton, Senstov Thayer, Judge lake and Colonel Patrick followed In eloquent and patriotic allustona to their native Statea, snd their common destiny with the great Weal, being clasped in an ron etnbrsre by mutual labor end enterprise. NEWS FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Forthsss Mdir.ii, June ?, 1MT The British steamer Boepborua which recently arrived ? Norfolk to load for Liverpool direct, sailed for tbat port this morn ng. Her cargo ronaisted of tea hales of cotton, MK hogsheails of tonacco. 1).'> tierces of tobaoco, 444 barrels or roein. 40 packages or tobacco and 1,906 bags of corn. the steamer Hi Livingston, on her third trip between Washington and Norfolk, endeavoring to inaugural" a new line of steamers on that route, arrived at Norfolk yesterday morning snd sailed in the svenlng foe Wash ington She bad on hoard both oa arriving and depart ing a large cargo. She leaded Colonel Burabam and family here. Major l.vmse Qissell, lata Pr sal lent of the Hoard of Reglstratioa in Norfolk, haabeea relieved from duty et thst post and Brevet Colonel Cooley. of Ueneral Soho field's staff, is ap|-otnted to that office A very material rodijrtion in the foree of the Ooepert Navy Yard has lateay twen made. F1v? hundred men were discharged a t' w days ago, and one hundred and fifty were discharge i yo^erday, reducing ths force to a cjtop*rai -my mu*JI nunibor THE IHDIA.*1 TE0UBLE9. " \r ?H?> Nor?l? PlatK The Komm of a Ki?hl fit. nRi| t oa,.he? Ac, Contradicted? Keiora ol* . . ?ow Juoe7(iH8T. . , *** '^ of an ludian ttgh An Omaha despatch says (be report > # ^0M near ibe North I'latie a day or two wool yaatorday The Senatorial party returned to Otna. ^ and a grand ban<j net wan given to them , White the party wag at the western end of tlk w _rtf track ten mall coaches returned chore, fearing > ceed on account of the ludians. H General* Sully and Baker and Col. Colbarn arrf*. about the 1st of June, <n ro%de for the Yellow Stone. Tlgerea* Prosecution Avninat (he Indlanela Arizona. Sah Fkamcpco, June 1, 1MT. General Gregg is pushing the war against the Indian* with vigor. Large immigrations are expected from Kansas, Colorado and New Mexico. 1'he Indians con tinue depredations. Preparations are being made for an expedition from Camps Lincoln and McDowoll for the purpose ol destroying the crops of the Apaches. PUBLIC DINNER TO GENERAL FOSTER AT BOSTON. ' Boston, June 7, 1967. Many of our leading citizens have Invited General John O. roster, of tho United States Army, to acoept of a public (Honor. The General has accepted the invita tion, and the dinner will take placs on Wednesday next. Died. Kinnallt.? On Friday, June 7, at cloven K M , Hah 6AKRT, the beloved wife of James Kinualty. Kor further particulars see Sunday's Herald. Hooli.? On Thursday. June 0, niMdenly, Askati ak Poou, in the 68th year of bis age The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from thn rcrsidonce of his son-in-law, Nathaniel I). Lock wood, Muserole avenue aud Guernsey street, Ureenpomt, on Sunday afternoon, at oao o'clock. Wyi.ib.? On Friday, June 7, Annib (daughter of tho late Burgeon Hymn Kicrnan, ol (>r*nard, county Iiong ford, Ireland), in the 24tb year of her age. TiiC friends and relatives of the family are raspeotfully invitod to attend the funeral, from thn residence of her mother, :54s i East Thirteenth street, on Suudaf after, uoou, at two o'clock. [H>r Other Ptalht St* HevetUk Page | SHIPPING NEWS. PORT OF NEW YORK. JUNE 7, 1357. Arrived. Ateamsitlp SaudMO de Cuba. Belun, Oreytown. NIC, to Che North American Ste*mi?iiip Go. She went Ksliore iip it A l tnntlr City. NJ.uu the tta ult. wa* git olT liy the ('ouxt Wrecking Co aii'i tawi-it to this port. Brig Como ( Hr), J^hmou. Cow U?? , OR, 9 lavs, widi onal InHJ DeWolf A ?'? Below. Bark La Olgueits. iHiMcHluneoim. JforiCK to Hi '.OTs ? Pilots will plea*e oftwetre tlutt on and after June IS, all vemeln Arriving from tlw following |ioi ti will be biatrdcd from the hospital ship id the towei bay, viz:? Krom all ]>?ru Hciuih of 14 degree* nerth latitude, the Mexican port*, the SnanMli Maun, Northern llraatt aud the Went Coast of Afrleit; ?l*o all veaseN from ports wheie cholera prev.illtd at the time of departure, or npott which caieK of uhoUtra haws occurred during t!ie passage JOHN SWINBUKN'K, Health Ottce r. (Quarantine, 81, Jane 7, 1?J7. ban; VBrDotta, of New York, *14 tons refiner, new mea surement. built aiBUswortb, Me-, to ISM, |1i<m been sold in Uo?ton fat $10,U0U. Lat7N< HKD? From the yarJ of Cyrus McKown 3d urst, a ?<'hr of 120 tous, old measurement. uarued Old Chad. She it owned by the builder. ?,'apt Leonard MrCllntoek (who is to command her), and parties in Portland. At Danveraport 29th ult, frmu thtt shipyard of Calrin Put nam. Rs<?. a ?chr of about 10U tons. built by Mr Ira Story, and iutended for the Hiking business Amarirna Porta. FAST (iKFKNWICll, June 6? Hatred, aobr K W Pcrjy, Blaley. Philadelphia. WILMINWTON, NC, .Tnne 7-8ail?d, steamshtp Wm P Clyde. Powell, N York For Other Skipping Ntwt See Seventh Pag*. THE WEEKLY web.at.tv Tbe CheapMt Newapaper a?Ml Beat I.lferary Journal In- the Country. The Wkkklt U skald for the present week, now read?, oatntni the first put of an interesting story entitled ?'THE FOUR ANN IVER3 ABIES," AMU Tilt'. RM1.1TION 9W "A MORNING WITH THE ROTH^CHIMW .? Pobtry? "Goo's Acrs," -'Comb Oct, Cobr Oct,'' and "IHASQIW." 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Ll.V S celebrated PATENT l>l* PL EX KIXIPTIC (adotiMa ?prlnf HKIKTrt are psrtfnMf adapted to the ursnest fohlona of ladies' dn-aaes, as ladleated in all the faablori MSMlSM. At retail In si! tirat claaa atrt'O* m l a* whoieasle hy the er luaire luanutartuiern and aole owner* 01 patent, WKtfTH. BKAOIAV A OAKY. 17 Chambers stieot. and 7" ?od tl Iteade utiwl N T. A.?i ttrrlsCf*M, Hnmca*. Nnildlss, Sheets. Ac . good work, light etu<'ii?n-. ??>! alt profit* TU T (i Repository, 47 1'edar street A l.nda Rxmarloil, " ?lv llolr la ?i?ltr Gray, and I urn! c ilnr It" A frieail replied, 'The bsnefnl properties Of silver lead. aulphur, Ac, whi^h mjere ihe capd'arlea, and thereby agireta'e tbe cause which joti seek to remove, are the prtMqM MS4WIS 10 hair olorer* Rat If you would preecnl ami ?rre?i tbe Increase ol grayneaa nae RtKSKTrS IWOtlNK TSls preparation pi*?eaaea remarkable jiropeetle* a* a nonrlaher and la an esceilMt and cleanly nair Irsasing Million* have attaetwd to ibe tact. It bridge the capiflarte* iBlo new life by II, p*rfmtr healthy action, and render* gray hairs leas eiainlf l>y Its embellishing effect It la In no reaped delete fllins. la not *res*r or stfc ky, aiel is entlrelv f-ee frotn Irritating m?ti.-r! it Imparl a a insurianee to hirsute charma wMrh no other preparation j-.w-ae* and iHeSBMt ase produce. a permanent an I remarkah'e Improv sm<nt. gsleed at trtdins cost. Per sale at toe gene>'*l depot forRu'-nett a -ttandird Pi epa ration* Sta ndari Flavoring P. t tear la Ac, No Vt Broadwar Metropolitan Hotel Hmldisg, New Ttrl. Alao or all drngglata. JlisirlMI W nlrlira ef Ktery Tsriely. ni wholesale and ratsfl hy T. B. BYHKP.it A t:u., HP oread way and 19# slid tor Ptillon street, Hew t rk assaeseeeees* .tOMR or OI'R COTRMPORARTM aeeoi t? think that Ihe tr"inipbof their eauae depeixted, like tlis faf of Jsrlshs, upon the amount of nolae m?<1? In these day* of refine ment snd Iniury an article of real Intrtnalo merit Is senn appreciated, hence the unbonded snd unparalleled aneeesa oi PI-AHTATiON HITTfcKS. Thla remedy hsa erer ami always '<een found rellshle As s santle atlmuiant and MSB apnstiser It i-miHit be etqe!?eS. 1 1 la no doubt a sorereWn rea.odf f*?r atom?rhle dlsordera- ? lor Ilyapepsia, Llvsr t:u<nplaint, and In stlsniiatiag a healthy appetite A ( sre Wsrrasird sr Msse* Kcisrsrd.-I??. PlTI.BR'H VegeuMe Rhenmatl- Remedy per -nsnently ruras Kheumattaei Hroralfia, Usui earra i-ed hsrmisas. Aisn's, UKMAft BARNES, tl Park row MKMSOI.I) ?M Broadway. A. -For Rrsws Dlsrslsratlsss, called NCftk and f reruns, o?e pecrjn Moth and Frackle l^itiorv Pre, pared by Di rhKKV, <? Bond strsat Moid by all draggia'* 4l,s'''JT*Sl*"wr ^'bOOTBIHO HTRt;P la an fgseilent artl' le (or all diaaaaes of children It relievos the child frsm pais, r^'ilatoe the at >n>aoh sad >>owela, anil, by giving health te the child, oomforta and rest* the mother DorlM tbe procesa of teethins Ite value la Ineatlmabls, 'u/wa wind eolln and irtptag >" ihe howels. Re ?ore an nail for MR*, wihslow-r soothing RTRirp >? having ths tar almlle of "Turtle A t'erklns" on the outsi'ie wrapper. All othera are base ImltAtloaa Aavfnl Hot '-%>! the Zero Hnfrlsrrnt or and WIRE OGOLRI kasps mr?U and frutia alrright, Al?f:x! * I.Rfl.KY, Hiiln ainane >i?twcen Thlrlt flttb and Thirty ait th (.rest* Reirigerstort rt paired Amerlcu Watchea. The true value of machinery appli.*! to walWimtkiu* .* not that by IU use watches are mad ? raptdly btil that the. s are made eorreotly Very few people know why k altha.i , wa.cb ?Uould be sui>erior to any other in iln. ,l( t Walthaiu the watch U regarded aa onlv m tn-w.hliie, t? be . ;,u. strutted. tike any other machine, on nechautc&l prtnciplsa I The factory . * indeed little pU? than a cast in ict.uie the principal work in whleh Is not more upon wat-li.* u, \i upon upon machinery to in ike watches with If tb? waioln-a are good it u bwdine the uudlilunry is iikiJ. uf out >?*% 1 tliere must be no ilefeot in the principle or plan of the mure uii'iit, no in lata to in the atscs or shapes of the pieces .( i wbib it la composed. nothing wanting ta thetr propertir and no error 10 th.nr positions. Theae points once thor .u.; ly settled in regard to each part of erery variety of watch, it rests wholly with the machinery constructed with mil mo* diveraity of form mid function, expressly for tha purpose, >? I produce' the Mulshed pieces. The metsod eataMlsbed lit eveiy department la the reduplication of part* by tn . hiiiue. <1 means. aud Una ta carried out on the system of the u> oat tho rough aubdiyiaiou of labor. Hy meana of multiplying gauge* and micros ropes. text m . u sport: on lor the detection of w*ar Id rutuig lj >la aud a. id ''ta and rtawa in ateel or atoue are made to aocompsu r lor fa?. in every stage fiom beginning to end. Aaanew ? the ?"f> ? the watch goes together a pen'ect tuarh mi sery rwsui, < found to III properiv In Ita ylsoe fcvery pn? Kvory pnrtu ' Ull it pinches, and every acre * t tir ry<* l bote* may l>e push*. 'giab and feelue action, the lial.ifi.-e, even Instead of ? sin, - of the llghteat uir ???ju vim'stee wittf uuder the nresaoft on, and the beat bay Uie clear arid i.u* a Wide and free aa, 'laracterlstic ol the Wa.ia.iiii Wi Mi lug aound alwaya V -per fro in the start The machine la a tune** ting la unknown la foreign coo-i Thlaayateui of waU baaa. I with the WaJtham Comiiaiir tries, and la entirely origin*, 'hry produce watches tU.it ran 1 :ie company clam. that i>v <4 . ? which make, ? ?Mo>i valua iiot be equalled lor every qisall* n principle, tbi *<?vemeuk hie .-Minnie iu plan aud i-orree? K. 'betanUal acuVat* audi 1a not only beautlfuUy UnmhaU. K at detiUa no# taail? ' cheap, l oil la uniform to tha a?ln<?K aired alwawa aaMtofr* damaged, saally repaired, and when '"?'W ' There are different grades of finish i ^ "ia9i k! rnlfm Ilea of watches made by the Walthanl Oof.VaW ? M tnere ara dnTi-rent sl/.n* and ahaiiea. to ault all taste \anft "'?"a H, e?eiy VV.itch that lieara the genuine Ir.ide ,X>ar Ic o' jjr ?.'t haiu iaguiiraiiieed to-be a good one, and n ^f>oay. "eea oe afraid to buy it \ KKOM THK N V. TUIBUUfB. X "The Amar.oan Watch o mpany of WaltlMn, Waaa , mmIv llahed in lljaj. haa grown iat i P rop. irti.ina which entitle It t^ a rank ainong the uiauufacturiug eiiterpriaea of AinerioA. ' Hie quality of theae inatrumenta haa been thoroughly teat *S by minute comparitoiia, and the rnaiilt la dectdadly In faror ?, of the home-made orer the Iniporled. , ?The tint duty of a w.iicti it to kanp good tinif Ita other iirfaa aie decora tire and subsidiary. The almplrf IU nine ban iaiu the more truntwoi thy it* action, and the ,-ys'etu upon which watche.-i are couatruoted by tb? AniariuaMfO<MU|iany la the rery perfection of aiuipliclty. "An important quemion la thai of the relative itmliineaa of Kuropeau aud Ainuri.MU watehea It ap|xiar i that tha advAiitaga of cheapneaa it alao with uh The dlfl'Teuoe In pru-e is not eioeanivo, but la auSleientto ba an object to Mtr purchaaer I lie virtue of auncrlov duraoillty. however, fa one which ou.'hl to be well .ona'dered In thin regard Aiuencan in itrumenta will nullaat all -ithcra it h?* ijaan (atitnated tiiat wit pay liurn|>e $6.(JU0.(WU a yoar lor w.ttrhoa. and a like amn for keeping mem in or.ier At our o*> doors valchus arc manufactured at i l?-sa rlne_ of batter quality, le?i likely to become diaorder-nl, aad ao arraogod that .11 case ol injury ov Vlolenoe the injury may choaply and eipeditio.uly lie repaired." KROM Tit'; .V T. TIMKri "Amkuican W'tuiiu WtKiin.? Tbiii -yen lay haa reason to he proud of this splendid specimen of American operative ?euiua and enterprise That it Will work a rcvoluttonpu|tt>? Match nianulactiirliig ol the world no oite ean d>Mib< wba ex.tniiue> the operations ol Hie Walthain eet^bHslment, for It turn* out winch movement* at just Uhhii oihi half iba coal of luiisirted moveineriU? beside the uniform reliability of the machine mide WaU l.ea must fu-o them a greaiadviui Ui<e ovei all otliers wherever known. A poor iliuepleui o( the mm-hitie make will tie as rare in the future as a goad one of hand make has Iwu heretofore, for turtohinery la ar bitrary i ii it i pen-jrmanca. aud can make a perfect artiola juat as eisy ?m one that la worthless It will lie a canae of congratulation If this highly tiieiui Amnrlean entorpriaa atmll have ibe etlect of driving out of inailtei the ttKXi *auUa of trashy foreign articles, anacalled iliuakeepers. by furatahiUK so eicelleni and economical a aubsUtato." FKOM THE S V. IIKKALD. "W? uotlce with regret i writing uf the Paris Reposition) the alMeuee of specimens of Amerlaau maoui'aci ore, which. although only comparatively of ronent olrth atnoog as. im ?"Virc .dy pioducing results ol the moat aallsfavtonr baraoter The Wj.1- hes inauufacliired by the Waltbaai OnNM|r era certainly, so far as strength, durability and excailMlon aa time ke-pers sre cooeoruea. as good aa anything pMdiumt by Uie French or svus nianiifacturos." FRO* THE N. Y. WfVBLD. "We liswe had one of the works of this company ltr* caua for nouie consideral.ke time, and omparin^t then with former first class works of different manufacture paa 8<-s-ed by us. they have established, hi our of In Ion, Uietr supetiorlfy oi-er any ever Introduoad for oorreciitaaa as thne pieces." PRT?M TUB SaiRNTIKTC AMK1UCAV. " II Is believed that a Waltham Wawh Is worth doublr the price of many of the linporte<i watches made by hand KKt>M TIARI'KR'S WEKKW. "T1 e beauty, the precision, tb? greataa cbnapnaas, Ui? uniform exoallanc* of a watch constructed by machinery so exquisite that the mere speetaole of Its operation ia noetio. grailaaily giw the American Watches a pubtle prefsretM* which will not be deceived." BVERT WATCH PLLI.Y WAKRAMTBO. FOB SUR Br Ai.I. Ki It. ST C1.VM8 I>KA1.KIU IM TO* UNITBL) STATi-.H AND HKITISH PKOVINCBS. For further inhumation address t he-age nta, ~ KiTbbINS A APPI.RTOir, lti Broadway. Mow York. An AifccaWc and 1*1 out Deairnbla Immrmy* ment ha? twctitly Ueeu perfected tu CilKV ALlKR'rt LIPS KOK THK HaIR It positively reaturea gray hair to lis 0r141n.1l color aud youthful beauty, imparl* Tile, growth i atreugth to .the weakeat hair, nnd atoya tu fauloi oat a* once Sold, h? nil druggiata. fancy good* dealer* >ixl faahlea able hair drenaora. Hie trade aunplied by the whole?la drug*!*!. rtAKAH A. UHKVaLIKR, M. 1>., , t,tJ3 Broadway, N T. A Vulaablr HlTlfc durability and superiority or Anlah are the feature* of CfN - DKRHILL'S Gent* Hats, which- ha re attained Mich a worttf wide uoieriety, and are Just aa represented to the paMto. Sold on if mt tei Broadway and IM Suitor A Sarr liaaraala* The new a DKKHILL. stroke, and i _ . oidedly the beet gauta' hate for aummer and Deed <Mtf ? to lie ?een to (?* appreciated. DKRJULL, oto Broadway and I* Fulton attaet, principal A.-I.adle*. ihr to dealt uctiire tok Klmratom develop r ur 14 haai Twentieth ?? the Tae of Artificial PUdtan to health ana beauty. Mantaurtal Halm aad ?I*P phyatoloyU'Uly. Depot WT Broadway. Bartlett'* ReTeralbl; We win* DUaklaea ara tlie kind yott oau lun backward or loraMdi rmnBto preaaer foot. Ac . a new atyle ai $M. Owml depot MB Broadway. Ratrhalar'a Hair Djre ? The Beat la tW world' the only perfect Oye, hartnle**, rel labia. laaleataa*. ou?. Factory SI Barclay (treat. t'rWtnilern'a Hair Dye.- -The Il?at Rrer lt(aa? nurtured Wholesale and retail; also applied, at Bat A Curtain* a Specialty at KRI.TT'it, ?B Broadway. f'aatpbell. Apothecary and ( h?nl?t, ('eraer Ei?tuli area le and Twenty-eighth street. rare BMieiaaa aod Fancy il >od* Dr. N. TarineVEIerira-Ckfailral Hat law. 4 and e Kaat ftle*enth ?tr*et rdttaln euro for all iierruu* affection* and for chronic dleeaaes. Or. Vaa Rl?eali*r('< ^i*thetlta?Wfanilgia on? The wonder of the *gr fo* l be euro of all illnesses ortha K/e, K*r Threat, t'atarrh and AtUima <MBo*W fifth *?. Dr. .1. II. Mrhrnck. el Philadelphia. will **?' fralMU' ?oal'y *t lit* r oo r e * S Real *ir*?t. Maw fort 'oa ii??d*T, I una II and wii. noUaue to make hto rajular teeOkly ?i*lt* erory T'jeaday Klliptlr l.nrkafltrh ?ewtau| !*larhl?ea. Ttri' pretn ? m?. 1KW. Ml K roadway. CryMal fool, </iiota ton* on. adjustable drop feed. Klreworke, at tkW*VlftAW Twenty I onrth autiual <ale The length of tuna eatal illaheff ? ?<iar:i:iiy Cor aaeortmenl. quality aad prtoa Car Hale A HtylUk# .In Rlark florae, terra yeiri old, w?n and a nd ban)* ?see 1n?er or etx* i saddle U-irae. Can '?e ???en at New \ r* aiable, oirae r fw( my-aar entli atraat and Bi tadway. ?ra*er A- liiai.er'* lltclieai PrraiaafttwlM Machine* t'T. Hr ?i?ii n-w Vjrk liaerlala. 1% Hue He l.a Pal*. Parla. AiabriMta' l-'ream far .ba^rit Faahioi able Fertnn ea far ihe h*afi?rehlaf. I* i l.iiaral*' fee the hair ha i 'a Utk||M (preparan-wi ?t?otale *) It la VI ell ta ?n ( tear al a ( aid 'ika fral we?k. bw ll " moeh ne"?r ?nd ?af -r to rid your??lf if it taa 8r*t l. -tv * 1' aoara* lite ; r >pae mnedar for the parcoea beuui Ur. J .'*X IK i 1. 1 1' K< ."Ti jSa N T M'l by aillna. (1*W. * i, . ? f f Jf M.>li<lnl<.liC tlla*i?n." -??ee laaertaal Nat let* under th a ?d *m o? (tie K ??c Noticea" >1 iaala jaaaal ?ipria? Waier f are* ".aarer, Serof' la ? a I all d'aeawM if tbaKi tnera r?>r *a'a ?? Irna ?i*te KKKCiiT- U>*l <awardly New York aa?ata, " ? nrt Ba nee A \1%. Well*, i(*!nat?>4d. Coddiiftoa, Ueiarral. -** heeler St W ll*ee'a Hewlaa n? rhi'ieaaMi lor aale or to l?t. I. ill Hntadway, eornar Twoa ty-?i*tt> %tre? flilk. C 4ij0. N?"dl??, Soap, OK. *i On*. ratotaajm ink fammaa J T. V I. Lift, foriaeaty O Bread way, e?i ner Twenty <w-oad atreat Karal Haeaan Uitery..pri)!ea paid |? |?UL Information I'lrntebeA Tka Kiahntl rmtoa aaad *r DatfbMoae aad all kind* of tiold aad Bll%r p TATLUM A CO.. Banker*, IA Wall etreet, ?. t. eheapee i ban any other 'aoralledi *?mW*ad lu laoa factory II CWH atieat, N V Hamplea patto. Miirltwell ?c Ca.'a ^arllue-niula frena Bt n Arabtr Ttiark. clear, adbealve, heap htiokwati I* al at Maid eeat y where Tlie l|aw? !?!"chlae l a.'* l.ork Hilirk "Jeer ing Bachtna. ? JELi IIOwE. Jr. oil(inai lnrenu* *f *Aa aewlnt machine), rreeldeat, MM Broadway. Sew Verk. ?"!???? testa Ike llciul thai ?>ar*? ^r<iwn "?Rut thoae who kaow how in appreciate aaelejeja and beooailat Hat? a l?n?bl te tbaer* aed [* aornf' *? ?? *? weerar? should not fall to m*k# their purchase* *;. for flee and terenty year* ha haa >~*n lee ;>ot>ui* r It* tier o r lh* fltlr, and hU astabliaflmanta. Noa ?W offer thia aeaaon the hand*orn-?i f*hri?? *??' JfT*" *JJ the approrai of a Ataeemiac ra^iK hem / i sr.ttvffiinvwjsr ?JTlS?,T1KPB; [jjS'TWS'" BATCIIBLOR'H. I* M ... ? ? ? ?V-* TOO llaien *tpanl*h l.lnen ?y,lrl* at Belaal co? ,7 maau>iturs^^(TH ^ No. S 1'ark easr.