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JAMES CORDON BENNETT, FftOFXIITOH JAMES CORDON BENNETT, JR., liliOKS. ?ROADWAY am* A.V\ street. AM taMw ar Mitn ?f d trlrgraphic daapatchaa MfeW VM BMAl.lt. m4 1*1^ tboald be properly eealed. ? naawati tat *111 dm be returned. ***ll No. 1T1 T R I P L E SHEET. Bwur Ttrk. T*?rW??, Jim JO. IMT. man. By lolagiam Ujre?gb the Atlantic oabla, dated at Otoaaaanaiipli, Jim It, we laara U*> Praace. Roaaia, H? n iM Italy kwi UMlilil a ootiacilra |M to lit* lilm ? (WWiMti. W(ii| i n^miw of Um war It (tote, m4 a* tivu Ltim ?f the MUtaiioa af affaire no Ik* Mewd kf a jatal nbumn acpotatod by lb* Oraal Itowi aad Txf?? IW wti Np?t kf Ut eaMa Is date! y eeterday or en. I a*. J awe I A U? aa < order M Haas reatarad ta Blrtniafham, ant tba troupe vara batog rtl r*d tram the (on Tb ? cable eawa rupart. after ha* lag aaxrv*! that lb* entire rlty m a poamaaiaa at rtotore aa Tumday, and that tba ?anate bad i baa bona < xnpletety nueked, aa* apeak* of toe not aa aaa whub 'at om Un? had a formidable A Bnlak war tlaet la an lered to ba at*uou*d la tba Irtob OMaaaet, ewiag M toe lata aarai amaMtu of tba fiaaw a# aad aa tba aaaat of Waterford. Tba ItabMMtoa of ?-awi Prnaer A Traahalai. Iba JefT n?m' ageata, eaceod, it la aald, tbair aaaaU by a million af fxtaato atari! ag Coaeota eleaed at for omnar la London. Fir*, tweet lee were at la London and TTV ?? Prunkfort. Tba Liverpool oottua mark at wee aaalar, with middling ?Hu<b at USA at tba eloaa. Cam decltaed 3d. Pro rnaa quiet. By Mad we hare addiueaal detail* af our cable dee imtohaa to Iba lib af J aaa. Oar apectal cocreepoadeace frjta Ireland atale* paat tierly tbai Jemaa flt*pheaa bad juet paid a Tlelt to Dab Ito, and returned to Prance after attemptlag '? defead bla caaraa la a Taalaa council ta Itabi.a. There waa no hope far tba cauaa Tba wnw r eiatee that aa a Moult af tba Kaalaa moreiueai. tba Called lliatee will tbia yaar gala aa ebwndaal eapply af tba Boat valuable etnlgreat labor from Ireland. Tba liable llaa lataiy bmkea by aa ktotrf baa baaa grappled aad repare t aad Ma eeaamaateattoa riirK Iba Arabdaabaaa Matilda, af Aaetrta, wba waa abaal to ba marrtad le tba aldaat aaa of Kmc Tutor Eautai. tod aa tba nth of ;?ia from tba eflfecte af Iba burea wbtab aba raoelred by bar etotbtag laktag *ra la a rary beddon aad unaeeeaeteble maanar la aaa af tba peleree at Tlaaaa, aa rapartad by apaa^al oabla telegram la ?aa*L? at tba cloaa af May. to cm. Tba Board af Pire Commti Several rrporte af them a rapart fratn Klra Marabal Bakar. la tba I MM oaaa, la wbleb aaaaa aspaaaraa ara awda af what par parti to ba a higbly araoatpllabad tarthud af awladltag la tba BUignnl of oou< o aad <-ottaa Tba Aataiioaa Jock ay CI oh yaatatdaj tba Parana I'ark lourw, tba rary ftaa raoaa pamil o4T la tba Tba aua^ar of k wmiarn r. Rkldoaora, wbaaa (rial waa ta tba Oaart af Oyar aad T?ratew af Kiagt roawty tar tba arordar of Wa. B. Carr, eaaamittad aui. ?da by rot Uag bla tbroat from aa r to aar, la bla caii at tba Bar* ?Mad atraat jail, Bmoklya, yaaiarday mom tag Obtaf Dataetira Towag waa yaalartar MM bafara tba An aoUaa waa oommaaead yaatar Oawrt, by KadalpM PortA m Tbaa Toator, to toipi to ta)anaa aaatotaad by ptatatMT la Www fear MMt br tba aaylaataa af aoma g'iwpow?r a aar Thirty aaoaad Waal aad wad ara aaa. Tba daf>a?aat bad dlraetod a ewtati to throw H la Iba ftrar, bat aa tba way M ti"oama raaiurad to tba atoat, aad waa ptekad ay bp aaata ehildraa. wba vara jtajlbg with a flra, aad aararal af tbaat wara daagrruaMy lajarad fram tba axploatoa. Cbaa rUtl an. ta a oaaa recaaUj argaad to appaal batoa tba Cowt of Com man llaaa, I trroJ nag eartoto rlgfeta af pa?angaia oa Mty rallroada, Mr. Juttloa Daly baa dacldad lhat paa laagira ara bottad by tba prtotad ralaa la^aMag tba oaadiaator ta dataah Uckam from tba cwapott, tbaraby aaearlag tba company agaiaat fraud or Impaaiyaa. ta iba OaaaraJ Saaalaaa yamarrtay Bararto BaakaM aawtoaoad Maartoa Laaargaa, wfeo waa oaartetad of nvrder in tba Or?l dagraa, la titling bla ?.(a, to ba aa? catod oa Iba Mb af Aagmat. A writ of arror aad atoy af pmandiaga waa yaatar day graatad la tba oaaa by Mr. JoaUoa Ingrabam, at tba Uaprrma Court, Chambrw. (ba Nartb Carman Lloyd'a alaamablp Bramao, Oapl Mayaabar. wtli laara tba Bramaa par, faot af Tbird atraat, Hobokaa, at noon to-day (Tburaday ?, far Bramaa Tla gouibampton. Tba malla tor tba Caltad Kingdom aad tba (aaUnawt wtli cloaa at tba roat Offlca at half* paat MAIL Tba ataamabip Morro Oaatla, Captain Adana, wtli laara piar No. 4 North rlrrr, at tbraaP. M., la- day i Tb urada; ), for Harana. Tba naila will cloaa at tba Pool OCaa to twa P. M. Tha atoek market waa heary yeatartiy. Gold cloard at lit Domestic prodaca ?h moderately acttre tod gea?r?]ly lower, white merchandise, though qeiet. >u rery urn, and In Mia* ohm firmer. Oodee mi qalet, bat eteedy. Cotton wan unchanged. O* 'Change floor wu dull and Irregular, ud 10c. a 25c. per bbl. lower Wbmt wm dull ud nominal. Cora opened Ann, bat eleeed dall u4 lower. Onta tw rally k higher, nnder an active apaeulattee demand Pork waa a abade firmer tad beef WM itaady, vail* lard remained heavy. tho-nh quit* arUr*. Freighla war* moderately active aad Arm. Wbtakey tu unchanged. Kara! alarm w?re rather mora *te?dy , and patroiaua waa a ahade firmer wnb mora doing. KISCXLLAVZOtn Oar apeeial telegram from Man Lata Poiom la dated Jane & Oae of tba objerta bald In *lew la the poet ponemeat of Maximilian's trial waa to await tba arrival of the American Ml outer. The troope, he waver, vara ao otamoreua for bia Mood that oogna report* and proclamation* concerning hli death were kapt oalina ally la circulation, with a flew to daaelra them aa to hli being alill alive. Malta h?d formerly eared Eaaa bedo'a life when be waa a priaooer, and In return aeked bia aervlom aa eouaael, which the liberal ehlaf raft* end. A force under Worona bad been deapatcbed acnmat I/oiada, who haa bean bary far eotae time batidiag ap a ?mall neatral empire of hla own at Jallaro. Oar Havana latter la dated Jane 1ft. A royal decree had beea received declaring free aU eh.ldren bom ef slam pareaie after Jnly 1, and permitting any alara to obtnlo bli or her liberty by the payment of 93ft0. The flee re* baa not yet been made pnbllo. Tba aale of the American bark Oaean Rome will probably be deferred until Mr. toward can look into the heartaga of tba cam. Tli re la aa early probability of the total abolition af pamport* In Cub* and Torto Rico. Financial matter* vera allgbtly Improving, Pugar ?*< mora lirely. 7^ nala for No 12 being the nring puce. Slity dnya" ctrrency eichange on New York wu Bailing at it per ceit diaoouat. We hare Alee from the Veet Indiee date) at K.ageton, Jatinlon, on the 25th of May. Among the paaaaagere ta leev* Kmgytoa for England waa at-PreeidentOefmad, af Hayri, aad bia ammtary. Bia family were to ramaia at Torrlagto* Boom, Jamaica, aa hli irtay in Kurepe waa not to be a long one. Tba mgnr crop waa appraachlag n oonaloaton, and tba ytaW would probably prove deflotant by oae- third of tba pmviooa crop. The coffin crop pramlaad an anaanally abundaat yield, with the eioepuon of the or pe loftbe btgber dletrlcU. The at. pert* from Klngetoq dnrtng tba flm three montha ware ?,?01 bbda, 1,124 Ilaraea and *,0Tt bbMi af anger j ft.ftftg tana, W plpaa aad T quartan af mm, end M.2H cwt codtea. Several cam of yetlaw faver bad oc curred, Tba oommarBtal report, dated May U, anya fhe mitmW tow ban anamd m aatlala ftul*?r ta advanoe IB prtee, and *1 ffMWl thare la nene ?? fl?4 h?n?U. There Uw bMi no arrival of oedfieh. The slock at market la of exceptionable qualities, and hold er* are unable to establish *ajr uniform prtoes, being obliged to soil nooordlug to the merits of the good* The pimento crop la oloeod, and there ia Tory little oom ingto market Inielllgsnoe from Bayti says that Balnave, at the urgent eolloMaUon of the people, had aooaptod the UUe of Proteotor until a new Preaidsat ooald ho oleoteL The news from Yeneiaela la to tho edDsot that the revolutionary movement wna at an ead, Ooneral Oil taking the reigns of govern meet and General Falooa going to join hla famllf at Oero. A aohooner loaded with emigraula from Wilmington, N. 0 , had arrived at Ouayana. The gold mlnaa were working handaomelr, and great diaooveriea of tho prociona metal were re ported. Advtoos from British Honduraa to Jamaica atata that a eourt martial wna to moot at Bollaa for tho trial of Major McKay, oharged with being responsible for tho dlaturbancea which occurred there a few montho since, nnd for tho damagea dona bjr the Indiana Law and order prevailed. So fir tho prooaontlon in tho oaaa of Barrett appears to bo in a fair wnjr of proving all thejr agreed to prove. Several witneasea yesterday corroborated the aUtoment of Sergeant Dye ea to the preaeaoe or tho prisoner In Waahington on tho night of tho murder. A hotel clerk at St. Albans, Tt, teatlQed to picking np a handkerohiaf In hla hotol on tho 18th of April with the name or Bar rett upon it His nlleged flight towards Montrenl ta traced, although as yet somewhat Imperfeotly, and an other witness testified to hearing Mrs. Barrett ofler in the presence of John tho sum or $1,000 for the murder of President Linoolo. General Sickles has requested to bo relieved of hla command in tho Beooad Military dictriot, and demanded a oo irt oT Inqnirv upon hla official actions, in order to vindioato hlaaaelf agalnat the aocaaationi of Attorney General Stnnbory. The Constitutional Convention at Albany hold only a brief session yesterday ? an hour nnd a half ? bat ita briefness was more than counterbalanced by ita Import aaoe. In the first plaoe, all the atanding committees, twenty-seven in number, wore announced. Petitions for women'a rights nod for colored suffrage were preoeatod, one of tho argnmonta made la favor of the women being tho Mtraord! aary one that when they are allowed to vote marriage will ceaae to be a neoessity with them. The Board or Canal Commissioners sent a response In reply to tho roaolatlon calling for information on the financial condition of the canals, in which the Conven tion la referred for auch Information to the atatement published in tha Manual. A proposition to pay tho Alhaay Journal and the Albany Argut for publishing tho debatea at the rata oT $0 SO a column was briefly debated and laid over. A large number of propoaitlona to amend tho ronatlutlon In various important particulars war a preaenUd aad appropriately referred. Tho Ohio Onion Slate Convention aaaembled yester day at Oolumbua. It B. Bayea waa nominated for Gov ernor aad *tamuel Halioway for Lieutenant Governor. A platform wna adopted endorsing Oongroas and the mili tary administration of General Sheridan, and flavoring Impartial maahood aoftaga. Tho American Variety theatre In Philadelphia was de stroyed by Are Inat night The nadlence was large, hat wore enabled to aaaapa without injury through the door wayn Via* pareous ware almoat lastaatly killed by the falling of the walla aad about eighteen or twenty wore wounded. Meat of the killed wot* firemen. Another flremoa waa hadty Injured by falling from a ladder, per haps mortally, and a man named rattle Stewart la re ported m taring. Tha violent rein atona ef Tuaaday has prodaaad oea sMenMo dnmnga to various railroads throughout the eountry, nnd alao la private prapsrtj la a great degree. the Kaportatoadsut of tho T'nioa Pacific mya thai work upoa M will hare la ho aaapindsd nnlaaa more prelsaltsa ia groated agasaot tha Indlnna. A dee luft Iria Joaama city saya II la remorod at Pond Osoh that Oaaaml (uste r had haea fiifcnlid by Indiana who earn* down la Aires from tha Plane river. Tha loyal woman of l/outavltle dsoorated tha graves of the Pa tee dead at Cave BIU Oaaaelory ysatordny. Pally three ihouasad pares aa ware inaaal, aad tha oocaeioa waa aaa as Meal laapresatve auli malty. Oa tho regttfcatfoa Hat la Btahmaad aad PataMhnig af the whiten Two la llshmsad ware swaatsd for raglatoriag a*. to ho aa hnparfhetly re a eeart ot Tarboro, or a aHght mlatake. aT MohNo have recently od.triassl a nose to Osnssnl Swnyno declining to accept posttiooe m the Common ruuocii Tho Marorof Jmooy ?*ty vetoed fifty Nooaaaa to liquor deolsre ea Tuesday, tha ehfoeMeea being in oome la aiaanss that tha parUea oold potsaaoua trash instead of goad liquor. Revolutions imr go backward, and ours win W no sxception to Ik* nk Attempts to ?toy iMr pmgrssa only fire ibra new impe tus; obstacles dsvelop their power, and reac tionary msusur?a lead directly to a result ooa trary to toot they mo to promise to their sntbora. TVy never Moderate too movement, but proeoke tboes magnifioent extremes out of tbe fear of vblck toey grow. We are evidently to ho to a session of Coogreoa hi Joly, for the denonstratioa and development of tboee grand radical and progressive ideoa that koee grown np aioee the poaaage of the Reoonatructloo low. The republican preaa strenuously ur^es a ram mer session, and the democratic pre* doe* not oppose it, feeling, perhaps, that its voice would have lluls weight Moderate repubiicon organs venture mild doubts as to tbe expedl* eocy of Congress meeting at this time. But all the master spirits of the republican party In sist npon too necessity, especially those master spirits toot with Wade and Chandler are Indulging themselves in an eieoraion over toe Union PaeMk Railroad. They are unani mous and imperative ia their declaration that Congress most come together? all those master sptrtm; sod whether the master spirits of old rye and ripe Bourbon ore ia aay way responsi ble for their decision the foture perhsps will tell. It Is evident that at this summer session all the ultra republican leaders intend to make the noit of their new ideoa. One of them, the Vice Prefideot of the United States, has de clared himself la fovor of the confiscation of all propery?not only of the properly of un repentant rebels at the South, bat of ths whole property at the North also. He wools o new division, sad If hs la to hove his desire we ought to k?ow it soon, tout the country may not hs token unaware*. Redistribution of oil the land It someth ng f w which ws should havs ample warning. Mr. Wade has pledged himself to the meooure as part of the "aatoral rights of men." and part of his service to the poor, who shell not ho "compelled to labor till lite is wom out," If their friend, the Vies I'mi dent, eaa secure a good radical millennium by their support. But hers ore the national banks and the taxss, sod between them they take from the people every yeor ire hood red mil lion dollars. As all ths property of toe coun try la valued ot twelve thousand million, this yearly amount sxbsoats ths whole to twenty four year*. This la n real conAtasllon of all the property to the country once to twenty four years; hot this is not exactly toe kind of eonflaoation that the agrarian radical pro poses. la fact, It la exactly toe other hind. This Is not s division of the property at too rich for the beoett of toe poor. On the sow* trary, It Is n steady, coatlaasas. enhoostiee robbery of the poor for toe hsosit of too risk. What doss this radioal oooissotlsa ooeompltah hat plunder too alttosss ft too oovr poo sad giiw it to the rloh Mif What fa It but a eon. oentratioa of all the property In the country into tho liands of two cIum ? the oAouboldcnt and the stockjobbers f We Una see thr wide difference between tbe radical confiscation to tually in progress and that which it m pro mised shall be part of the fataie repibiioaa polioy. Another of the new Ideas of Um radioal revolution oomes from Mr. Chandler, who pro poeee that we shall take Canada la settlement of the Alabama claims. This Is rathtr better than robbing the poor to benefit the rleh ; and perhaps not mnoh bettor either. Bat Chef are baring some disturbances in just now of whioh tbe end is not obvioas, and If they go as far as they may we shall expeot to see Oaaada falling into our line presently of her own ac cord? as Cuba and Mexioo moat eventually? without "blood letting." With an oh capital as these topics for the deliberation of the sum mer session we may expeot that impeachment and reconstruction will get bat a small share of attention. Doubtless that will be just as well There is yet no evldeaoe that Mr. Johnson will aot upon the Attorney General's opinion to prooeed to any such wholesale in terference with tbe oommanders as that opinion invitee. He may leare the generals to their own rlews and acts, and thus give no ground for further reconstructive legislation. The Southern people seem wisely determined to be reconstructed in spite of the politicians, and if they earnestly adhere to the purpose all tbe manoeuvres of the President and the radloals together cannot prevent so good a result. Thus we may get along well enough? even with a summer session. RcTolatlMi la Bsstui. The riots in London and Birmingham may be the oommenoement of a revolution, or they may be merely premonitory indications of it In any oase their suppression will not change the purpose whioh they indioate. It will but temporarily postpone events whioh are being brought about by influences whioh are un changed and unchangeable in their oharacter. The movement is, in fact, merely a resump tion of the struggle which broke out between the Ereoutlve power and Parliament in the early part of the seventeenth century, and which, fifty years later, was deoided in favor of the latter. The settlement of 1668 gave a mo nopoly of power to the English aristocracy, ohanged them into a close oligarohy, and cen tred in a tew thousand individuals the posses sion of the entire soil of the country. From that time to the present this favored olass have continued to grow in wealth and expensive habits nntil their luxuriousnes^ exceeds that of any people of either ancient or modem times. The masses, on the other hand, have declined in comfort and the power of sustaining them selves, until we have the apectaole of twenty five millions of people struggling for a bare subsistence, while nearly two millions are re duced to a condition of absolute pauperism. Bat the monopoly of wealth is not con fined merely to the aristocraoy, the personal property of the country being centred in the bands of a small number of individuals, banks, railroad corporations, mill owners and manufacturers, who are even more oppressive to the poor than the landholders. That is the state of things which is producing sneh marked evidences of discontent in ISng* land and which will Inevitably culminate in revohrtioa. In this country taxation and centralisation threaten to bring about the same results. The national wealth is being concentrated in the hands of manufacturers and capitalists, while the great body of the people are being op pressed and impoverished. They may not suffer to the same extent as the French and Bnglish hare done, but if this state of tilings continues they will hare to maintain a sharp struggle for existenee. In time this must lead to a revolutionary crisis such as we now wit ness In Great Britain. There is but one coarse by which it can be avoided, if we have intelli gence, patriotism and statesmanship enough (o pursue it, and that Is by breaking up mono polies of every kind, and so legislating in the future that the evil may never again grew upon ns to plaoe us in such a position of danger. Tksrtew Weed m Baerist? A MM* Oat. Thurlow Weed is getting to be a garrulous old woman, as gossipy, If not as entertaining and instructive, as Saint Simon and other volu minous writers of Frenoh memo ires, or as Pepya and Boswell, their British rivals. But, while Boswell modestly confined his reminisoences to a single hero, the name of those whom Thurlow Weed flatters himself with the hope of immortal ising is legion. If we are to take his word for it, scarcely any one has risen to eminence in the service of the State or of the nation who has not first been shaved and dressed and taught to "act well his part" on the political stage by the Amerioan successor of Philip the Bold's Peter de Brosse and Louis Eleventh's Oliver Le Daim. Bach of these famous barbers Aspired to be Prime Minister to his king, and one of them was hung, as he deserved to be, for his abuse of power. Bot neither was more power ful and Important to the State than Thurlow Weed makes himself out to have been. He would (kin have us believe tbat he has gov erned the Sufte and the United States for thirty years past, through offioers of every degree, from city councilmea to members of the Leg islators and of Congress and of tho Cabinet, Foreign Ministers, Vies Presidents and Presi dents? all, forsooth, creaturei and agents of his omnipotent will. lie has started what we might faar wonld preve an Interminable flow of ohit-ohat about the men and events, the dinners and suppers of the past thirty years, if it had not at once gushed forth so overwhelmingly as to suggest the suspicion that it will speedily run itself out Indeed, be has well nigh exhausted it already, la an account of a single dinner at which he assisted Chevalier Webb, John Qaisry Adams, Mr. Seward, and other guosts Mtoe aasaerous to mention, " in malting way wttb "bottle alter bottle of old Madeira. n lie records as a tribute to the foultless taste of the I ite ei-Preakieat the foot that "of the twelve t trVuiee of wiasa, as the decanters passed, Mr. Adams aamed nine, aad gave the history of each." He adds a fow touching words in memsry of "a squab prairie chicken sapper" at Chicago, aad we ere loft to expect still smt r. oileetloas of the same sort Thus trussed of being any longer a news paper, the eii AmmnU Aiii w Wssr has been rh? |* I (and what a chaage f) into a vehicle for all tbe gossip whtob Thurlow Weed has Waadriff anted? every otter eeeafcg ^rapapag ah? take la the OmmmtomI m long a*' T^urlow Wwd'i (Mif last* To b? ear?, at tbe %*lwTQ" lag rate it which he It now pouring it oa^- il may not last mash longer Ika Mr. Colt's wine, the history of wbieh J aha Qaiacy Adams told after almpiy tailing *h A* to newt, Ttiurlo w Wood haa altogether ibMioatd It fbr gossip. Ho oeatsats bhmlf with aleallag all Us aews from the rehashing It, garaishlag it with grammaltoal errors, aad serving It up aa hitrtla Bawlliioa of ?antit. The trial of John H. SarraU haa developed a good deal of otUnw wbieh, eabjeo&d la tho atudysis of a nwapslsal jary, may warraat tha sappostUoa thai his otavMoa aa aa aeoeesory to tha Harder of Mr. Ltaoola is aot aa lmpro bahla raaalt of tha legal InrestigaUon. la say ing this maoh ?a do aot, of ooarao, aioaa to prqjadgo tho oaaa, hat almpiy la hlat at proba bllitloa aa tadtoated hy tha heb sworn to. Testimony ft! to ho prodaood by tha defiance ma y ohange the whole pbaaa of tho oaaa, which, la IU proaeat beariag, weald appoar to tell hard agalaal tho priaaaar. Hiota have been throwa oat that la oaaa Sarratt aboald bo eon victed aad ooademned a ebaaoe fbr 1Kb will be offered to him oa consideration of hie reveal ing the whole story of the aaeaaataattoe plot and the eomplloltj of all thoae ooaaoetod with It. Should theae antlolpatlona bo realiaod wo may expect some very curious, startling and highly important revelations. Immediately subsequent to the murder of Mr. Llnooln U will be remembered that a great many per sona, more or leaa oonsptonous, were oharg d with being oonnected directly or lndlreotly with the bloody transaction. Indeed, the oharge was offl jlally made by a proclamation of Presi dent Andrew Johnson on tbe 2d of May, 1865, In the following terms A proclaim?* bt tjtw rtMionr or ra owrrtn ITiTB OV AMOBIOA. Whereas It appears from ertdeace la tha Bureau of Military Justice that tha atrooioua murder of U>a lata President, Abraham Lincoln, and tha attempted aaaaaal natioa of tha Haa. W. H. Seward. rocretarr of titate, ware inoited, concerted aad prooured by and between Jeflerson I)nvla, lata of Richmond, Va , aad Jacob Thompson, Clement G. Clay, Beverly Tucker, George N. Sandem, W. C. Cleary aad other rebel* nod traitora against tho government of tha United statea, harbored In Canada: Now, therefore, to the end that juatloe may ba done, I Andrew Johnson, President of tha United Htatea, do offer and promise for the arreat of said persons, or either of them, within the limits of the United Htatea, so that they caa?bo brought to trial, the following re wards One hundred thouaaad dollars for the arrest of Jaf fereon Paris. Twenty -Are thousand dollar* for the arrant of Clemeat 0. Clay. Twenty-lire thouaaad dollars for the arrest of Jacob Thompson, late of Mississippi. Twentrvftre thousand dollars for the arrest of George N. Sanders. Twenty-Ore thMsaad dollars for tha MM 6f Bor er}/ Tucker, aad Ton thousand dollars (<H Ale arrest of Wm. 0. Cleary, late clerk of Clement C. Clay. The Preroat Marshal General <Jf the United states is directed to causes description of an id persoa% with no tice of tbe above rewards, to be publlaaed. Ia testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused tbe seal of tbe Uaitad auim to be affixed. Done at the City of Wasbiagtoa, the aeceod dar of May, in the year of oar Lord one thousand eight hun dred and sixty-Ore, aad of tbe independence of the United states of America the eighty-ninth. By tbe President : AN DRhW JOHNSON. W. Hontbb, Acting Secretary of Bute. Now, as It has been shown by the evidence that Surratt had repeatedly gone baok aad forth between Caaada aad Washington pre vious to the assassination, while many of the parties mentioned ia this proclamation were resident In Canada, It is fair to presume that he Is fully acquainted with whatever know ledge Jake Thompson, George Sanders, Beverly Tucker, Clemeat 0. Clay and Wm. C. Cleary possessed of the plot to abdact or assassinate President Lincoln. Surratt, acting as the me dium of communication between the conspira tors in Washington and the self-exiled chiefs in her Britannic Majesty's North American possessions, where the schemes for hotel burn ings in New York and bank robberies in St Albans were seourely concocted, oan probably tell when the plan of ab ducling Mr. Linooln was ehanged into the dernier rwwrt of his assassination. Nobody, surely, knows better than Sorratt when this change of programme took plaoe. It is a curious, well known faot, that the abduction of Linooln was projected and disoussed in the Southern papers two or three years before his death. Suoh a plan was regarded at that time as fair game. It was not very vehemently dis couraged, and there was little blame attached to the idea, eren in the North. A reward was offered by a gentleman of Alabama ? made no torious by the fact ? for the capture of Presi dent Linooln, and that gentleman has sinoe received the pardon of President Johnson. It is quite evident that, through the instru mentality of somebody, the plan ot abduction, with a view to hold Nr. Linooln as a hostage, was abandoned for the more terrible result of the plottings which culminated at Ford's theatre, and it is reasonable to suppose that Surratt is better acquainted with the clronm stanccs than any other man who is now inte rested in making the revelation, and may, per haps, assist intsounding the mystery to the very bottom. It is fresh 'n the memory of every one that when the collapse oi the rebellion was almost inevitable, Jake Thompson, Sanders, and the other refhgees In Canada got hold of Greeley, through the Instrumentality of Colorado Jew ett, and set on foot the memorable negotiations with Mr. Lincoln In whioh Greeley and Jewett attempted to lead him Into an absurd com promise with rebellion. It was immediately after these negotiations failed that the assas sination of Linooln appears to hsve been de cided upon. It is presumed that Surratt can tell the whole story, and no doubt he can. It is suggested that he may supply the testimony as to the complicity of parties other than those who have already suffered which was so posi tively announced to be in the possession of the Bureau of Military Justice, but which, singularly enough, wm not produced upon the trial of the conspirators who have already expiated their erime. It may be that Surratt's confession, if be makes any, will ftirnish this mysterious testimony which has not yet seen the light, and which it is desirable fbr the fur therance of the ends of justice and the vindica tion of the accused, both living and dead, should be produced, if it has any existence either cn the records of the Bureau of Military Justioe or in the breast of Surratt. Tfce SafeMe tf ShMsisrt. The suicide of Skidmore, which wo else where detail, appears to have been accom plished under peculiar circumstances of horror ? so much so that it is doubtfnl if the man was sane at the timo. The murder of Oarr, whioh be committed on the list of the pass month, may also hsve taken plaoe under a similar aberration of mind. In the consider ation of criminal oases of this kind thsrajfe not sufficient attention siren to tha iwmdtioB of the lnteileet at the time of the murder. J*1? case of General Cols may be oiled ia thfs ?lew ; and from the hot that the meant were found upon him to commit suicide, it ia evident that it was hi* intention to do so. the suicidal mania appears to hare reached its maxlnrtm point for the present. The oases jre have recorded show a frightful list, and this affords a study for the humanitarians, and demand all their efforts to prevent the inoreaae of th* epidemic. ftadnr Amtm the Natteaal fsahi. The revelations made in the Hntu> through oar apodal correspondence from the West, with regard to the condition and management of the national banks, hare produoed a flatter among the managers and defenders of theae Institu tions. In one of the letters of our correspond ent the banks of Detroit are spoken of and their former Irregularities exposed. He referred par ticularly in one ease to the reported doings of a oashler of one of them. The presidents of four banks in Detroit hare thought proper to publish a oard over their signatures, stating that none of their cashiers are guilty of "mal feasanee ia office." Our very careful corres ponded who Is so Impartial that in the same letter referred to he speaks of the banks of Miobigan as being "generally considered In a healthy and flourishing condition," does not ose the expression "malfeasance in office," and does not speak of the present time. He speaks of what was reported as having occurred before, and expressly states that the irregulari ties of this oashler with the bank had been ad justed. The shot of our correspondent was effeotfve, as is seen by the squirming of these national banks; but the quadruple shots of the four bank presidents have fallen short of the mark. They were so anxious, in fact, to de fend their oorrupt and Infamous national bank' system against the exposures made about It that they fired when there was no object to aim at It is the wounded in battle only who cry ont with pain. Considering the rotten condi tion and mismanagement' of the banks in the West we may expect to see a great deal more squirming from the exposures our reliable cor respondent is making. We notice, too, in oertain Washington cor respondence, evidences that the Treasury Department also is becoming alarmed at the revelations made through the HnnALix It is said the Treasury is simply secured for its deposits in the banks by the government ftonritiea lodged with it. This naked and irre sponsible ttatement may well be questioned. We believe the contrary is the foot. Bat who Is to secure the poor depositors and those doing business with the banks, When they fail t The* government and its organs sn acting infa mously by attempting to delude the public as to the security of the banks, when It ought to be made known that they are no more safe than any oJher speculating private firms. The gov ernment is not responsible to depositors nor for the way In whloh the banks manage their business. Bven In those matters In whloh the National Bank not gives the government a su pervision or authority to aot nothing is done. It is shown in oar correspondence that the agents of the Treasury Department, whose duty it Is to inspeot the banks, too often neg leot their duty, and sometimes oonnive at Irregularities. We could hardly expect any thing ewe, when we look at the rut power and means of this gigantic monopoly. As soon at the people learn ? and U cannot be long before they will learn ? that tbe high price of provisions, as well as of most things that enter into general consumption, may be traced to the national banks ? to the power for forestalling and controlling the markets which the government has giren them ? there will be a general demand for the repeal of the act creating thssa. The very deposits which Mr. IfoOnlloch places in the hands of the banks are used to forestall and control the markets and to oppress the people. Yes, the people's money is used to Increase on necessarily and largely the cost of living. Taking the national bank system altogether it li the most powerful and grinding monopoly ever instituted or fostered by a government. It is, in this republic, where the people are supposed to rale, an inoredlble anomaly. Congress should lose no time in breaking it up, root and branch, before it be comes too firmly established. If the preeent Congress has not the patriotism and sagacity to do this the public will soon oall the unwor thy representatives to account and send better and abler men to make the mnch needed reform. Iaterfereaee ef the Great Ptwm la the Case mi Crete. Tbe result whioh we foreshadowed in yester day's li bbjlu> seems to have been arrived at In a special cable despatoh whioh we print to day we have it announced that France, Ruseis, Piumla and Italy are jointly urging on the Porte the suspension of hostilities in Crete, proposing at tbe same time an Inquiry into the grievances of the islanders, to be conducted by a joint commission of the great Powers, includ ing the Porte. It is perhaps best that tbe United States should in the fature, as tbey have done in tbe past, keep themselves clear of all European Imbroglios. Yet, as we have said before, tbe case of Crete is exceptional, and considering that we have just received, la the person of Mr. Rangabft, the first Qreek minister ever accredited to tbe government of the United States, we cannot oonsider it beyond onr province to take advantage of the opportunity now presented, and as a people to give forth a certain sound In regard to the merciless and Iniquitous war now going on in Crete. It might be Introducing a new precedent In tbe history of American diplomacy, but It would be a precedent sanctioned by a sacred csuae, and it might be more than justified by tbe re sult Whatever be tbe final disposal of the Island, Turkey must be compelled to listen to the voice of reason and humanity. The Mexleaa Nlitolvr. The State Department baa at length rid itself of Mr. Campbell, as it appears from the appointment of General Steed man at Mexican Minister ; but (he latter having refosod the po sition a new appointment Is demanded. We want a man In Mexico who understands tho people, their political history, their wants, and, above all, their langnage. Without these requirements the Mexican mission can only be a miserable foilure. Tiie man, too, should be for superior to thq usual run of those who have been appointed to represent us In foreign countries. T.ljere Is no foreign mission within the gift of, Um government that requires so mush talsn^ aad test to fill It as feat of Maxioo. Wqlragt to poUMai. bat a | man of good praotical mdm, and a ulfii' ^hose habits will cartas him to be rtr* specite _V the Mexioaa people themselves. If we can h'** an ?PPolntmant of this kind wo shall not only'.11*? in th" ulmoet harmony with Merico, but aid uT 1,1 her M**? m*rcb of v_. , . r* -*? progress. ^ , The really best appointment that oould b? made would b* the present Seoretidy pf Loga* tioa, Mr. E. L. Plumb, whose knowledge of Mexican affairs la' not exceeded bj any person within the roach fit our government. He in also well and faromMy known to the Mexloan government The mvuination of Mr. Plumb wonld not only be an honor to the United States and the wisdom 4>f the State Depart* ment, but would do muoi1* towards a good understanding between the Uwo countries. In any event let one of our beet a*en be selected, and let him proceed at once <fo the eoene o t his duties, that our Mexioan lnte%*ts may ro oeive proper attention. Tfc? PtmMni the O* Afala* The President seems to be very ra?etlees. He has just had a ran into North Caroling and is now about to take another through Phila delphia, New Tork and the New England States to Boston. We hare no doubt that bar is as restless intellectually as otherwise, and ' that b|s tongue is very impatient of its forced restraint He is anxious to be talking, in order to keep himself out of obscurity. Ha is not noticed so long as he is silent He oomss and goes, and the world takes no heed. Even th? Philadelphia Aldermen will not notioe him. We doubt whether the New Tork Aldermen will ? unless, indeed, they can see in it n chanoe to pooket forty thousand dollars oat of the city treasury. Perhaps he must talk to keep before the people, and if he will talk wa will sugrgest a topio. Here is tho great que** tion of the generals in the Southern States and their powers. Suppose the President give two or three speeohes on that toplo, embodying bis own strong views as they were sketched in hie veto message. The points in that message would make a doaen good speeohes? of tho kind the people would Uke to hear at this juncture. THE NEW BOULEVARD. Slow Progress of the Work? II* ?r it Has >ws Jobbed Oot? The Various Mots of Genualo ?loners. The progress made of tba work fbr lbs eeastraeUaa o f the new Boulevard, or graad drive around tba upper sad or the Island ol Manhattan, provided for by the Lefts* latere under sots or April, ISfifi, and April, 1MT, save with one exceptional particular^ I* tjjiuj tar only of a preliminary nature. A summary of what tbe Central Pilfc Commissioners, in whose bands the development of tbla grftat improvement roots, bars eooompUahsd, ma f be aoted la the appended :-Ff?m the Mervjtaate' Oats of tbe Central Park at the JuneUoa of fifty- ? (alb street and Eighth avenue and Broadway, op to lHtb street," a distance of five mllet, the Bonlevard or drive is iaM out and defined upon the map. This portion is in tbe haadrf ?f a commission, consisting of He sirs. WUaan 0. Hunt, George Osgood and William P. Lee, appointed by tbe Supreme Court, who are now "taking tbe bad that 1% estimating tbe valnaUoo of tbe property through wbteb it peases, wMb all tbe diligence permissible In tbe pro* mines. Ontll tbls Is consummated the eommlsskmew ana powerless end eaonot work the roed. Tbe Use of Us Boalevard baa also been laid out rrora lMtb street ap to a point at Tubby Hock, a distance of two nod a half mllas, and alee defined opoalbeasep; but for this por Ilea ao oomaisston baa as jet been appointed by Ota Supreme Court. In addMon to this, another portion oC the grand drive, that wlM extend from the fnla of Central Park at 8Mb avenue and HOtM street, along tbe easterly side of tbe Una* rent ground, running up past Modems Jn mel*i mansion, is also hid out and define^ aad will bo called, when completed, tbe Avenue St. Nlobolaa. This portloa is la tbe hands of a etanWes distinct (torn tbe first alluded to, and the seoead pot in be appointed, who are maklag the necessary valuation of land through whleb it passes, in oonfonaity with tba legal requireaseals sweetie! la this oesn. The gwiwb avenue portion of tbe drive, from the Park gate to Ear. tea rlvsr, a dMtanoe of two and a (uitw miles, ia bow under oontraot for ooutraaUa, aad the work ia raaNy propMlBf. Thta la tha commencement of the gran# achome, aad lha only portion where meaaureoof a tangi ble nature toward* ita oooat root Ion bar* began. Th? oarveya for that portion of tha Boulevard on tha sroat, going around Cock Hill and Spuytan Duy Til Creek, an* extending down on tha Harlam river aida of lha oKy. o*ar Fort George Hill, aad thenoe running along tha weatariy and of High Bridge to meM tha grand Avenue St. Nlcboiaa and Maveath a?*< naa, an naarly completed, tha oommiaatan being sanguine that tha Una" will ba tally dafcad aad Mm land atakad oat daring tha aaaater. Tha Mxth traaoa portion of tha grant undertaking, (torn tha gate of tha Park to the rirar, with whioh tha Boulevard ia daatgaatf to oonaeot, haa been in the hand* of a oomcnlooton alnoo Angnat 6, IMS, almoat two yeara; bat either thay have neglected the work er aaat with legal diflealtiee of an inaormoaatabla nature, so aa to materially retard their progresa, aa they have not completed their labor; awl antil thle la done the Park Commiaeionara cannot pr? oeod at thia point. Thla aketcb gives aa idea of tha work done, that being done aad that propoaed to be commenced by the commiasioaera in the fnlSl Meat of the grand object for which they hare bean aelected ia thta case. They bare caught the enthu aiaam ao widely apread among tha dtiaeaa of the aartropolie seeking to Improve aad beautify tha city surroundings, and they oot^menoed the work asd are progreeaing with it ia tha spirit cbarncteriatlo of aM their public acta. The arenuee or roads of the Boula rard will be apacloua, attractive aad pletoreeque to a 1 dogree that will border on the marvallcraa. lha oom mMaionera deem It Injudicious at first to make the ave nue* their full width of one hundred aad fifty fleet, but will ao adjust them that the preeeat goaeeaUon may ea)oy their grandeur, and whan, ia after yeara, it ia deemed advisable, thay can readily and without a great additional a i pease give them their full, brood oapaaao, J aa intended by the originators of this magnlAoont SCCOM MT OF TMSCHUETZm FIST. The flchuetnea corpe, nothing daunted by the brought apoa them by lha severe alarm of Tueoday, omm- 1 Aineed their ossrclaaa at Jonee' Wood yeoterday. A largo J crowd of apeatalora waa In attendance and eeeraed l? eajoy in a very high degree the eporia of the day. Tha> oorpo. eommaaded by Captain Oerdeo, arrived- at tha Wood verjr early, and soon aftersrard were oagaged ia' ftvlag ev deoce of their skill as marksmen, bat flew ohota rail tag of their target- a double-beaded eagle. Thai erewaa. right head aad both wiaga aero ehol away mat short time, aad before the sport wee falriy concluded a* meagre akaletoa af the aaomaioes bird remained aa asnt object for tha r<le belle ol the ekilfttl Hohuetaoa I A number of Oermaa gamea and sports, Inoludlaffj sack racing, ellbrded merriment for the frteada of thai oorpa, wltoee aumbera greatly lecreeeed aa me day1 wore on, while lager la any qeaatity Beamed loqeaneM* the thtroi of those who, notwithstanding tha beat aff\ a Jaae eua. eouid not roe tot betng preeeat aa tha oeca- f eloa. The daacing plaUorma were ooouplea by hnadradai of /rmum aad m.ad- kn, woo whirled aaoaad with Uia> roang Teutons in the giddy aaaee of thowelia, durlac, the day, aad far wto the night Uma Spart aad hilarity reigned everywhere throughout tha wood, and wera participated ia by alt The prtaae will be awarded la. day. aad this eveatag the fraUval wtU terminate waa choral auaic by the staging aooleiisa fUKIHTI. Mlaeirela asd TaHsMss. Better's now Amerleaa theatre baa aa ?ioetteel bill thM weak. The boaallftol Xwrooli aistera aad Mite Cerwa, with the aarpe da ballet, aad Mr. Chartea a Oetiaa tar the Oare, are oease ef tha principal attraction* Kelly* * l/toa aeem ta have raorved their boa perforate aa for this tbetr Ina week a thio oily UnMa a cbnetW"* Miaetreis bavo added aaah ta the oaually aweeuvetil n^aloe i bar aadteuee with itar iataMaala barlaaqosa. fMy raaterfHesaaew draaa, the Ingaad My, sew kali a and MaMew Paatnaia? Maatay, a fee head ' aaa ?roehlye eeahitobaenk Mi Mb Ma aad a ao*|P haatanvne, Century TUihsi * am an the MM; aad thai fHW aataand Oaes^a MsMMflp MM tana tutM mJ