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BY THE GABLE TO JULY 21. fTaral Movement of the Candian Revolutionists. Austrian Reform and Religions Equality. M. Thiers a New Plan of Government for France* quel Tietoria and Karl Derby on Maximilinn't If vprnl inn ulilluu tl uakvuuvu AN ENGLISH DEFENCE OF JUAREZ. THE WAR IN CANDJA. Firs Ships for the Christians. London, July 21, 1S0J. Advicei from the island of Caudia, via Athci" report that the Cretans aro preparing a squadr^ of ^ve flr9 hips, with which they Intend to ,;toinpt th9 dn9lr:ic. lion or tho TurkUU fleet, vrhio^ u Bnppor,ing lb# arBiy of Omar Pasha AUSTRIA. Religions Toleration?Marriage l,n?v lie form. Vienna, July 21, 1807. The Austrian Reiohsrath has adopted resolutions in favor of the political equality of roligious faiths, and of acknowledging the legality of tho c retnony of marriage when performed by the civil magistrate. HUNGARY. The National tinnrtl Rcorfituizril. Pesth, July 21, 1867. Tho IlonyoJs, or National Guards of Hungary, are to he reorganized. FINANCIAL |NTELLIQENCE. Tm coymrxtat. Boprs*?.?ffansrort, Euuday, July 21?Evening.?United States bonds were quotod to-day at 70 *. for the issue ol 1862. Marias Intelligence. Southampton, July 21, 1867.?The North German Lloyds steamship Union, Captain Von San ton. which left How York ou the 11th Inst., touched at this port to-day, and after landing her English malls and passengers salted for Bromon. Ill DETAILS TO JULY 10. Tot in man Bicamsuip vuy ui Auvworp, vn^wm ifeonse, wliioh left Liverpool at four P. M. on' the 10th 'hnd Queenstnwn on the 11th July, arrived at title port at '*n early hoar yesterday morning, bringing details or our Qable despatch** to her day of aalllng, one day lator. The steamship Nebraska, on her aiTlval off Queens.town, from New York, on the night of tbe 9th tost., ran Into and sunk a fishing emack, drowning llvo out of ?eren men. No light shown by the smack. 1 The Franco Corps Lc;jlslatif, by a rote of 238 to 12, passed the bill for a credit of 168,000.000 francs, which anolndes the additional 27,000,000 required for the mrnay. | The glut of money in the London market U represented ea almost unparalleled and likely to force the Bank ^f England to rednee Its rate of dleoount to the lowest point ever known. There was increased dulness on the Xiondon Stock Exchange, where money was abundantly offered at IK a 2 per cent. } In Paris on the Stb of July the Committee of the fpttoman Bank gave a grand dinner to Fund Pasha. M. fSaac Pereire, in proposing the health of Fund Pasha, toxpreased bta good wishes for the development of the maitai-ltr nf Turlrav. Fund Pasha. In roDlv. said that phe Saltan bad bson much Imprest*! by the spectacle of Trench olvlUxallon, and be hoped that this Journey of felt Majesty would be productive of good results to the [ottoman empire. Replying to a toast proposed by Mr. prfce. the English Commissioner, Fuad Pasha said that the harmony of England and France was not only ds liable for Turkey, but for the repose and prosperity of pte whole world. Be sincerely wished that the Ottoj4taa government would continue more "and mere to ?cjfmirt fib concurrent* cf tur two great Powert. Ir In the session of the Italian Legislative Chamber, Jnly j), |he dlsouealon of the Ecclesiastical Property bill was SUP mod. SlgaOr Borgettl attacked the proposed liquidsdtoi, whjch ho believed to be dangerous both to religion iud to the State. He admitted the pomlbklity of recouping the Ohnroh and the State en the basis of a liberal jdpmpromiae, and commented upon the instructions jnleh had been given to btgnorl Vegessi and loaello, Hhd the intentions of the Rteaaoli Ministry relative to w negotiations with Rome. J la the FjfanUh Senate, July 0, Seftor Barzanallana, finance MlgisSer, made a statement with regard to the ttlement or the Spaniah debt. He said that be bed rei|eived documents containing the aoc.'ptaace by tbe freech creditors of. tbe proposed arrangement, and was <msriil that the adhesion of tha English bondholders weald immediately follow the approval of lbs law. Tbe hehau resulted in tbe suooees of the Ministerial proposal, j, The seleot committee ef tbe English House of Com ens on tbe Eccjpntastloal Titles jtet met for tbe flret time Mr. MsoEvoy presided. Mr. Justice O'Hagan fens the drat witness. He declared that, In bis opinion, qs^pe tbe Aot wgs n dead letter, Its provisions prevented dhat communication between the Executive government gd the Homes Catholic hierarchy which was so sssssgtai for tbe good government of Ireland. 1 Hairoulah EOTs'ndl, tbs Imaum, or Grand Almoner of the Sultan, paid a visit July 7 to tbs Papal Mnncio to Traoos, and tbs Arabbtshop of Paris. By command of Queen Victoria tbs Prince of Wales was to pay n state visit to tbe Royal Italian Opera In company with tbe Saltan on tbe lfttb of July. Tbe Qeeen of Prussia left Windsor Ceelle on the Mb ef July for tbe Continent. While In England bar Majesty paid n visit to Mlm Florence Nightingale I An extraordinary meeting of tne shareholders of tbe National Steamship Company was held at Liverpool July fur the purpose of oooalderlng n scheme for reorganizing tbe company, and doing away with tbe prejppat liability ef <70 per share, to wblob bolder* of tbe ompany s stock are liable Tbs Board also proposed a nmilllll W CWW ?l ? ?a tuwu (iivini., V become their own inMrora for the rotor#. Both pinna wort unanimously agreed to. I An extenptre strike ww going on among U>o colltora oT the Oldham district, England. Oat of twenty-two Bite on!/ els won working, and about niua hundred B?an. boaidoa a largo numhor of lada. wora idle, protestlM ngainat n redaction of (woponoa per loo In their Wagee, at the aaae time offering to accept one penny. At three pile the redaction waa accepted. The demand for coal in the dletrtct waa being auppbed from the Yotkah ra ooel field. NAPOLEON'S POSITION. Mitl. Tklera aid Julre Fa.re ww Monarchy In Mexico? Ueenonelhle Wovrrnmciii for France. A telegram nrom Farle of tho 0th of Joly, etemng, roporu ?in to-day's sitting of tha Leglolativa body tho Ifoa lean qneetton woo diarnoMJ. M. Tuiano aald?The Ifeiican expedition baa ended Without any good result* to Franca. Our compatriot* rama'n exposed to greater loeaes than erer. our commerce with Mexico le ruined, and Ik* of <nm freatnr-1 it conprnmittd in Amtriem. Evao la Korope the Mejncaa Imbroglio has hampered our attitude toward* tha greet revolution a cotnplialied In Oormnny. <fcbe leeaon of thlo nnhapry eipeditlon la that control and oppoeltloo nro necessary. Tha Mexlsan expodltlon era* oppr ewd by no en* in Franco, bet woo, oererthoiefo, wndertnkoo and ooetmned for aeyarol years. There or* ?Wo w \yi of oodoratanding monarrhlcal gorernflMnt ftnt * tht rUd of ?nno? with umpoooiblo minis. ST tm, who nmljr executa the order* they receive. The second ii a prince governing with responsible ministers, who have to submit their views to him m the heed of the State, and out, if Deeessery. lent upon a representative Assembly which is able to oppose the Ministers, both, however, dependent upon public opinion. Tkii t'j the form of monarchy tunmrds ?"i i>* ?< wvtt advance as speedily at pomibl* in the interest of tha governmeut and the country. Perfect sileeee prevailed in the O'oamber during this speech. id. Granikb ob CV-feio.i.u) defended the Mexican expedttion. M Jt'tas Fams stated that the real idea ef the expedition was tha aabversion of the Mexican republic and the establishment or n throne in Mexico, but thin intention had been concealed by the government. Tho French troops ought to have brought bach Maximilian, and tbna have saved trance from the stain of blood which will rest upon her. (Noisy interruptions; M. Kounsn proles ted strongly against the words of M. Fjivre. MAXIMILIAN'S EXECUTION. Karl Derby's Announcement to the Kn*lt?U Me era. In the Eogluh House ot Lords, ou the Oth of July-, Lord sr*i.t?'>rd i>n Rroci jrvn said that, seeing bis noblo friend at the head of tho govorumcut to his place, he wished to put to hnu a Question oi cr-ieiderable Imeroat, and as to winch ho had given him priv.tio notice. It related to the Kmperor Maximilian and the alleged unhappy termination of hi* career. He wished to ask hit nobie fnead nhalhor the government bad received any eOicial account of tbq Luyperor Maximilian's dealii, and wliottier, if tlie government bad received it, It was their iniootion to move that tnat House should uku. say nolle j of the event, and propose thut they ghonid offer their condolence to her oh what must i>e tp lyj a subject or so much affliction? There was amjihDf'aubJeu to which bo wlshod for a monysut to d^dCt the at tentioa 6f b|a no*-1' 7,'|40a, aW that fsm the continued de.outlpn *7 Abyssinian cappv^s. vLe Karl of Pxfbv said he hvJ onlv Ju it received from his noble friend a privato itjtimuttou that he lutonded to as!: two question? Ho would be obliged ir he would pompous the ono relating to tbe captives in Abyssinia, with regard to tho other quomion, which concerned the fato of tha Emperor Maximilian, lie had tt> s'a'o that ho had lecetved within the lam few hours a telegram ,rora Paris which unhappily showed that there ceul^ bo , longer any doubt upou that sumec, That toiaf'sui wa? as follows;? ? "~T._ 'I mcut kS. rzffi I'abio, July 9.-1 MP M Moustier ius Ju?t reel red a telegram from French MliiMer ?t M ex loo, dutid 2fth June. It reports that tlie Emperor M ixiirlllsti w*? ehot on the Wh. In epite of erery etfort made ;o ?jvb him; the tone of the r.ctoriouH party wa defiant towards all foreign Power... Including United btates, they refused to give up the f.iuperor'a body; the F-cne'i Minister was preparing to depart witn hi. legation, but although hitherto unmolested, he thought he ml.ht he detained m a hostage for tho surionder of General Almoute. Ettrl ltrumr continued:?My lord?. I must say that I share in the footings of all your lord?hips-.(chcei-Hi?at this most unnecessary, most cruol find moat barbarous murder, which niM?t excite horror In every civilized country. (Cheers.) It is a muider purely gratuitous, and so far Irom producing any i>enefleial eflect, can only add to the miseries of which that unhappy country has l?ecn for s-o many years the subloct, and I fear it is only too probable that it will hare to sustain 6 tnilsr miseries for nr.nnv yoars to come. I hope my noblo friend will excuse me at tho present tnomont for declining to give any opinion as to whether your lordships will be Invited to "expre? yc ur feciiuga ou tue subject by any public art. v.scouti Stratfokddb redcurr* said that, as a member of that House, ho begged to state that he would bring forward some resolution on the subject In caso her Majesty's government did not think that auiiicient roason? existed for invltiug an expression of opinion from the House with regard to the matter. Lord Redhsuau hoped the noble viscount would glre public notice or his question, and not give it privately, as ho wus In tne habit of doing. The giving of private notices prevented overy other peer from talcing part in the discussion of the questions brought forward, although ibey might feel an interest in them. It was extremely Inconvenient that notices were not given publicly. It might Indues noble lords to come down to the House and lake part in the debates. (Hoer, hear | Quern Victoria'* Opinion. li.onuon l-iuiv *i corre>p<iuaf>n'a 01 sum uie'tvr uuardiau.] Oa Friday there is to be u disc jsaiou on recent everts in Mexico ' Mr. Otway tiring forward a proposal that our Minister, Mr. Soar 1cit, should be recalled, m order to mark this cuantry's reprobation of tbe execution of the Emperor Maximilian. I-ord.-ianloy, It Is said, objects to being fcrctkl into taking such a utcp, which wuld, no doubt, bo tlie avowal or a policy at variance with that Imperturbable neutrality wntch ho hat always ad. vocatod, and which so far lie has practised. <itlier niemliers of the Cabinet take m<.re of the old Pitt end vdmouth view; and it would not bo difficult, is th'. fin-sent ifl-kwrnor of Iht tori/ j-orly, to Idow up an anti-r -gicide tlatne. It would bo a mistake, however, to suppose that this movement, should it lake place, la in any way Inspired by the Court, l'ha Quoen, It la understood, lends no countensnce to hot or hsety counsels professing resent, ment against the republican* of Mesloo. She Is too well road in constitutional principles to sutler her sympathy for Maximilian's widow to confound her judgment aa to the unwisdom of bis course, and tba Impolicy of our shaping our diplotnatlo behavior by the deplorable events lio himself precipitated. The Queen, like her sagacious uncle Leopold, -oyrrtt-l that k>. iltntild hav gone to Mrtiio; and that, having gone, he shonld have tarnished his brief reign by the fatal scuof October, 185.1, regarding prisoner! of war. Mr. 8'carlett may have leave of abaence for a year, without bis absence doing any hurt to British Interests in Mexico; and If at tbe end of that lima Juares ahull be able to reestablish the form of government which we recognized up to 1804, when our plenipotentiary. Sir Charles Wyke, rotnrued to Europe, we shell then lie free to accredit sorn? one else ss minister to Mexico.' But for Parliament > Hii lo Judgment on ereuls < th wbch England bM c rig to do, and to break off diplomatic relationa on .. ;ount ot them. l< a course which the ma|r>rlty of IU Uouec of Commons U very utilikily to favor. No Austrian Reprisal*. Reforring to tbe telegraphio anuonurenrnu' I'rotn Vienna thai Admiral Tegetbo.l ir to proceed to Motico to claim the body of tbe Emperor Maximilian, and that an Austrian squadron will accompany hitu, the Paris DrUtU, of July 9, declares that tbe second part of that assertion appears to It completely inadmissible. No squadron, says tbe Dila't. Is wanted to bring back a coffin. Tbe mission of the conqueror of L'.esa with a atrong force Into Mexican waters would teom to announce the intention of rhastiaing June/ and bis partisan*. We most heartily wirh that intana could tie found to capture the bands which seixed and put to death the brother of Franrie Joseph ; bnt la tbe thing possiblef On tbe other band, would there not be es much tnjustico as barbarity lu bombarding Vera Cros, and thus punishing, tor the Emperor's murder, the town which remained longest faithful 10 the empire* Austria will doubt lose understand. Just hko France, what la tha moat prudent oourae at tbe present (1st?namely, to entrust to lb# aabitioue gladiators of Juarez themeelecs the InM: nf ckatlieing each olker, and ex term 'noting Ikemarforn, torn by turn, in n sanguinary anarchy. Alas: by did see not adopt that policy toward* J uste* and hiaaooocaplioaa a little eooner ? Jaarei'e Oefeare? English Justification nf th* Military Kxrmilea. (From the London News, July 10. ] It la only too eaay to account for end ?xcus? the distrcumg exaggeration* Into which aomo of our conn-mporarioa who cooepicuonaly applauded the atierapt of tbe Emperor Napoleon to found e Ticerious empire In Mexico, end otbere who habitually practise uphn tbe Ignorance, the credulity or tbe rorgetfulneee of their readers, are deacanting upon tbe deplora'do execution or th* Archduke Maximilian or Auatrta. The#* journals appear to Imagine that *b?g iboy bar* called I'roaldent Juarcx a savago" and aa 'aiaaaxin," sentenced him to tho execration of tbo civilized world and of twoterlty, aad Invoked tho retribution of tbo United State* government? of all government* la tbr world? oa tho hood of tbo man who haa at loaot aaccoodod in driving Mo IPca'rrw i?>rW of an inraffiap army ami of on alien mmmrehg, aiotory will accept their lupprooatoa* aad dutortlon* of tbo truth aad tboir holiow declamation aa a eon dual en verdict upon a oorioo of traaaactlono o( which tbo court-martial at Quervtero lo tho laat aad moat lamoatable. bat not perbapa tho moot dlafracofuh Without aurprlen, hut not without regret aad ahame, wo flad English Journalo el*, lag with tbo Monileur la veracity, aad with tbo Cunttituiiome' aad Pad~it In expression* of remoroo which road like Mr. Broadhoad'o indignant doaoaciatioas of the crlm*a ho orddrod and paid for. Mood wo protoat that tboro la not a man with a heart in bio hfeaot, of whatever political party or opinion, who euatooiplatoa without the profoundeai pity tho tragic deotiny of a prince endowed with oil tho ebarise and graceo of obaraotar which In prleato life win the lore of frmudo. aed in pubMc life engage the loyalty of nation* f AnO'iredle If there bo aay political party, or any portion of tho prom of Koropo, which haa a peculiar right to condemn and deplore oa act of veagaaaro and the lorn of a rare opportunity oad example of mercy aad forgieoaem, It la tho liberal aad democratic par ?, who, In IMA. aboliobod tbo puaiahmcut of death for political offence*?it la that portion of tha European pre** which, la 1004. dlaauaded tbo unfortunate Archduke Maximilian from offering himaelf at I Ac dnpt and fAc rirltm of tho Emperor Mapuloon'o dream* aad doaicna Tnoaa dream* aad design* depended for their felfllmeni on M? ihtmpunn and mh*crtion rf Me AmoHmn rrpnhlie, and (Ac rrrognMrm bgforct if aiwu of a? JomhnlJiog Cmfnhracg, at tha cool of oato'd calamine*. for tbo grantor glory of tha oecond empire. Our lory contemporaries are at loaot cob likloal; they have Mixed tbo oroaaioa of thto cat aw tropbo in Meiloo to maaw their complaint* of tho ehnrtolgbtod policy of the liberal Engliah gorernmoat, which declined to lend tbo blood aad treasure of thlc country to that Napoleonic "Idea;'1 which conaootod, Indeed. to |?ln with Prance and Hpale in demanding of tb* Mexican government tbo payment of certain money claim*, aad tb* paniabmoat of outrage* commuted, not by tho act* of President Juarea, but by tho promoter* of a Maxican empire--by Marquee and Miramowaitd their accomplice*?hut declined, thank* to the honesty and prudonco of oar Mlaietor accredited to Prosldont Juarox, and to tb* commander of oar naval force*, rapport "d by tb* Spanish Oonoral (Prlw) to break (aflar tho fashion of tb* Proach ttenorai at Homo, la IMP.) the convention of Solodnd, oad to oonvott a Halted aad deflaed oxoodiiion late oa illegitimate, inordinate aad rulnoua adrontnr*. begun la parSdv oad rated to dHastar. Ut the official rhetyiotena in Ui* for pa Lag! Mat If, aad tho official journal* of tha aaooad empire, pretend to diaguie*, If tbey ran, tb* fhll end abaaluw raapaaaibllUy of their mooter for thot enormosa ooaepmry of fhctloao priori* pelace Jobber*, imperialist agent) and ad restorer*, and Motlcaa outlaw.*, wmt Me \mapm,lmro rf Me , r<w?dStates vtdoi of a ?rt**l* U?? Elf YORK HKRALTT, SOI archy of Mexloo. Hundreds of innocent Frenoh families have paid the penalty of that magnificent roraunoe in the blood of their children sad In "bonds'' not worth the paper they were printed on. The claims of Frenoh merchants upon the Mexican republic were Inaigntiicaat in comparison with those or English credl?>ra. The Mexican empire bee cost France forty millions sterling; and, according to the M m.'eur, the last stale of Meilco Is worse then the tirst. The French army not only did not extinguish civil war in Mexico; it exaipereted and inflamed every domestic faction in that dietracted country; it brought oivll war and left civil war behind. Ie it, we take leave to ask, the part of independent Kurltsh journals to ebeolve the real authors of this immense calamity, becauce Maximilian preierred bis honor to his safety, and declined to take aneltar with his deoelvers and betrayers' The tree history of all thoee transactions remains to be written, and we believe Ms ma'trials f>+ writing it art its sure hand*, and will be aubmitted in due time to the judgment of the civilized world. That '-blade spot" in tbo splendid picture of imperial success, which even M. Rouher conferees, will not be wiped out ? I do the wroor and first begin to brawl. The secret inisclnrl'a thai I w' abroach 1 by unto the gt-ievmw charge of others. Hut Uieu I eigh.-aiitl mil, it piece of Scripture, Tell theiu thai Clod bid* us ?lo good for evil. With a strange confusion of ideas, the Mmiilntr do. scribes ibo sentence o! thu court-m.iriwl which unfortunately followed the instructions of the Kronen generals, as "an act of roeicidn It (he ustive constitutional government of Mexico had boon a monarchy, and the Austrian archduke had been the hereditary or even the eloc.od sovereign or that country, doles toil and slain by the I .1 flora of a domusifc insurrection, then no doubt it would )>e proper to characterize the sanguinary act of the victorious insurgents as "regicide." Hut Mexioo was not a moiiurcay; Maximilian was ueitlior the herediUrv nor the elected ruler of Mexico, as the simple fact of tho (ntai collapse of his empire within throo months or tho departure of tho French army too cioariy proves. At any rate, he wae not a tuonaich in the. eyos of the native republican government, which ne*or ceased to exercise its functions, though, as it Mas sometimes happoued 10 European monarch*, was tempos rarity supers ded l>y a foreign prince invited by a rebel faction anil imp?*ed by a foreign hjjijv. JJoyt, Could tlio aethi/ritles of tho Maxteag ft;;*, uc in itumy ui oacii ? crini? unknown to ttoelr poht'oal taiendar. Nor U u* nam0"l)f Yturblde very judvi-ohly Sltod by tb- ^0?t- ylt!rb:do. tt is true, witf made hippae^, b/ ,h0 Mexicans; ,l0 ww " V oxicuu oora^ U? cruuie t Emperor by his own people, ana by r..i own people deponed and peustoucd. It was not a8 K.mprror, but a? a rebel who had attempted u c upv'etat uguln.-i the Institutions ol" hie country, that bo was nuouxiueiitly shut; ami that, noooub., Is euou<U to .lustily tbo gytup&.hy of tUo JUonilcur. While we m*M Oeac4;,' puuVriba, in common with tUo who'.o literal press of Europe. to the abolition of the punishment of death for political oitunoua?a doolnno, by-theU>, by none tuore vio<|ueuVi/ udyvcated than by l.ouis Uiano, in the chapter of his ' If.story of the Rovolulion'' on the death of I.oais XVI.? wre cannot but perceive Unit the late ot Maxim.lion of Austria boars no sort of utmlogy to any of thoso ''judicial murders" of great pemonsgos which history records aod a milder age ciudemne. The apo'or.sts of that nvnco decree of October, 1805, which the French persuaded Munmiliuu to sign, are doubtless Jusutlod 'a asserting that the unhappy and amiable pricco was overborne by the pressure of military men. who, as all Europe well knows, are ntwrr ah>w to shed luood, and wlvo have not learnt to respect human life in Algeria or in i'aria. Is it, then, unreasonable to supposo that President Jaare7, whom those who know him intimately doclare 10 be '? brave, humane and honest citizen." was i overborne by the miinary otllcers who aat on that court inailtal at Queri'taro, bomo ol whose comrades, trionds I au.t rclatiyp , perbajw, had been shot in cold blood iu I pursuance of tust Imperial decree f It is bard to be Compelled lu the in ereais of truth and Justice to recall these fact , at the prefect moment. Rut if history Is philosophy lcaculn< by example, lot us ot iMUtt wlirtfh'-p iriiMPlaluile nr rannhhrtne mnn or lis or subjects endeavor to draw some profitable, though bitter, lesson <> from these sad events. There Is another point lo the mournrul narrative, which, in justice both to Maximilian and to tbo Kmput or or ttie French, should bo correctly stated. In Murch l ist tho Emperor Maximilian bad dectdod on abandoning Mexco. Two Austrian shlp?-of-w?r wore ready to rocoive him at Vera Cruz. An aid-de-camp was actually sent froin Vienna to Gibraltar to meet him on his roiurn to Europe. Wbo detain'd him? That clorioal party which three years ago was lntrlgtt'ng at tho Tnllonos, and agitating at Miramar to Induce tho Archduke to embark upon a orusade ror tho overthrow ol? tho constltu tional government of tnelr country. That clerical parly from whose counsels tho honesty and Intelligence of Maximilian, and even the-.courageous piety of that gentle and admirable lady whoso bright youag life was destined to aet so Moon la dark perplexity, recoiled in disgust when they di?<x>verod all lie foulness and rapacity ; that clerical party which denounced tho Emperor Maxitnuiin at Rome, and withdrew from him tho benediction of tho Holy Father, in March Inst, wben the French army bad proc-piutoly disappeared from the aceno of its sterile triumph- and its uncompleted conquests, and Maui m'.lian was abandoned an easy prey to ibe national forces he had defied; that clerical party which had Invited, deserted and denounced him. intercepted him on his way to Vera Cru/, and, with offers of a new treasury and a new army, entreated and p^daded hini to retrace his steps to tho cnpl'ai and pursu* the war In that quarter. And who were tho generals of this clerical party ? Toe notorious Miramoti and Marques,: Mlramon, who bad broken Into and pillagod the British embassy; Marque*, a man of a thousand murders Be* the clerical piastres were not forthcoming; and tho clerical .army wr.? a handful of desperate outlaw, led by me'n or Infntnous reputation Thus, as even a semi-official compiler of news for the French public Is fhln to acknow ledge, "tboeo wno first invited Maximilian to Mexico retained mm there; and as they docelvod him when thrf said that the whole country awaited him a* llssavlo'ir, they likewise deceived him, when, at the last moment, they persuaded him that he might hold the country by force of arms, although the French themselves admitted that this was Impossible." This semi-ofllrlal historian of course forgeta that M. Rouher himself, over aud orer again, in the Corp* Logtslatif, has aald and written precisely what the ct rirnl party In Mexico told the til-tated Maximilian last Marob, and what the French themselves then admitted was Impossible. Our duty as simple servant." of the truth la to talco tare that neither the clerical party uor the second empire shall be defrauded of 1U Just share of responsibility. The task Is not a happy or a grateful one, and were It not for the Ill-judged attempt of certain of our ront"raporarles to assist the M>n i'rr in darkening knowlodge, we would gladly leave It to tue passionless and tearless tribunal of history. .Mnrwhnl Rfiw.nlne'a Rule. [From the London Star, July 10 1 Some persons ar? employed In Paris iu colleollng the proclamations of Marshal Haxalno, In which he exercised the i.ioet cruel severities towards tbo Mexican republican j.urtv, white it Is intended to give a list of the persons shot by the Imperialist". Tlie PriNim Pholonrnpherf. (Paris (Jul/ 0/ correspondence of Loudon Star] fly a steamer arrived at StaUauipton on the 2d, a photograph has reached Tana, ^hirti was executed at New Orteana. of a drawing tak^n In the prison of (juT'uro, representing tlio Emperor, iltramon Mejla and the Prince of Satm-?aliu, in the convent of lata <epochinaa. The Emperor, in pialn clothes, ia writing at a tabic, whilal the Pric e, iu a braided poii&se and Hcaaian boots, alanda next to him. Miratnon Ilea on the only mat In the room. Mejia, in nntiortn, .rearing a naval cap, ia smoking. Through au opoa door two M.-xi.au oft'.oeni are to ho seen, who watch the prUoaor- day and night. TELEGRAPH EXTENSION. The Aaali'latHaa Mae nuil (ieatiug tVorlil. wide f'emwiitniralloit. (Prom tho London T July 10 j Those who have boen to tho habit ol reading tho tela, grama forwarded trotn the East must often be at ruck by the mutilated and freqneottv untoi*Higlble form ia whlob they appear, and the nnm!>eroor parenthetic notes of interrogation which appear throughout their diction in the Journals in which they are inserted. ft Is now pmpoaed, with ever) prospect of eu'.cea^ thai a direct line of telegraph bo established coder one control aud management In London via Egypt and Aden to Japan aad Anatralia. Th? direct run to from I.ondon to Sum will, 11 Is axpeeted, bo in actual work dnrlag the promt yoar, and the Telegraph < onstrurttoo aad MainUsance Com pan? aro now about to contntnoa tb? fabrication of a now rabta. about 3,A">0 nautical mils* la length, coa??1orat>l]r longer than tbo Atlantic lino, from Sue* to Bambay. It |? expected that thin wlU bo laid la tbo oouroa of tbo roar 1*4* Wben tho lino botwooa Egypt and Bomhay la completed, tbo company will baro tho eiclnelre uao of a lino of telegraph front Xtiaa wboro tbo French Iinoo tormi aato, to Mod lea lu Sicily, and alto of tbo Malta aad Alexandria cablo. Aa agreement Irao aloo boon oatorod l a to (or a laaaa of twenty -one yeare of uto oxiatlag land 11not of Ui# Talograph la India < ?mpaay. botwaao Alasandria. Cairo and Hue*, together witb tbo ooaceaatoue and flrmaaa bold bp that company for oaUbllahlag tolograpba Iram Egypt to Adoa aad India. Except through France, than, and orar the abort lino of atily miloa from Modica, la Welly, to Malta, tbara will be an noisiernpted Una of tolegraphe from London to Bombay, worked oxclootrrly?aadthla la a moot Important pointby an Koglleb etaff. With all tba ax tat lag diaadraatag at, tbo number of message* aent botwooa England and India waa laxt year orar thirty tbouaand, and tbero la no doobt that with a dirrct and rsMable route that number would bo largely Inrraaoal. Tbo rooolpu of tbo Atlantic liaoo ore now at tbo rate of ?430,000 per annum, and It la atmnat bayond q a est! on that tbo mercantile tranooctlona I.it wean Ureal Britain, India, Ohlua aad Auatrnlia exceed In macatlodo tad value thoee botwooa Ureal Britain ahd America. Tbo certain oatabllabment of tbla will bo aa Invaluabl# agency for tbo conduct of oommorolal aiTairt of all tbo countries whiob will bo able to arail themselves of ita advantage*. and wltl doubUeaa conduce largely to Ibolr malarial prosperity by tho otpoditlon with wbtcb boatnaaa can be tranaaotod and their mental advancement by tba interabange of thoee eotahhshed theories of political actenca which always accompany tho progress of drillxation. KIEHLMANT, General Grant arrtvad in tbla city unattended from Waahtagtoa shortly before seven o'clock yesterday morning, aad proceeded direct from tbo railroad depot to tbo Battery aad tbeoee to Ooveraor'a Island, whara bo war received by Oeaoral Walloa and Malt Daring tbo afternoon tba dlatingniabad vixitor, aceompaalod by Ooaoral Wallan, wont on board tbo French war rami Bom iram ie. at anchor la tbo harbor, aad wan greeted with a aaU!te. After remaining a abort tlma on board tho vowel, party compered or Ooaoralo Groat aad Walloa and a number of tbo French officers embarked on boarl a amall ?t earner, and wtnt gn a IbflW ef'irpica up tb? Kaat rir?r. TDAT, JULY 22, 1861 WASHINGTON. *fr. Kewani'n Noa-lntercourHC Policy with Mexico. Programme for the Acquisition of Mexie&n Territory. Threats to Blow Up Congress and the Capitol. The Work Cut Out for the Republican Party by Mr. Yates. WA4H1CTOKMI, July 21, 1B6T, > 10 O'clock V. M. / Societary Sow.nl'i Poller on tlie Mexican Question?Nou-lutcrr ourxe. 1 learu to-Liiglit that it is tba policy of Mr. Sftv&rd not to seud an/ Minister to Monro to rep rose at bur governwent for the present, and to leave J laraz and his colleagues severely alone to work out their own destiny. The object of this's said to be a sort of retaliatory measure agaipst the Me x^am for their unceremonious reJoction o? Mr. Seward's petition for the life of Maximilian. This is indirectly doing the same thing as the European governments, which have resolved to withdraw their ambassadors from Mexico. Mr. Seward hopos by this means 10 bring the exultant and boactrul chieftains of the liberal party to their eenses, by g'Vtug (hem an opportunity to find out tbc'r depomWcft on .the United States, and their Inability to protoct thomiu'.vss without the moral support of this gorernraonU Tho naiao of General McOeruand, of Illinoie, for Mir.later, was sent to the Senate as a barren compliment, tho assurance be ug that he would not be conlirmed. He was barked by Representative Marshall, of Illinois, but had not tne support of the Senators from his own Slate, and therefore could not bo conQrmed in any event. Bostdee, his tilt with Goneral Grant, about the Vicksburg aifair made him unpopular with the radical element, a fact which tn itself would leave no chance (or his confirmation. As for Otterboorg, he was never seriously contemplated, the Prosldoat having rofhsed, even against Mr. Seward's endorsement, to saddle himself with the weight of sending m the name of that illustrious diplomat for confirmation. Whon Congress reKc-ombles it Is probnb o that the name of Mr. Nugent will lie sent in, and probably confirmed. Until then the country will go unrepresented, as tbero is no Secretary or Legation, even In Mexico, who can art as Charge d'Aifhires during the abseuoo of a regular Minister. There ts an idea hero that Mexico will bo the object of European interference growing out of the Maximilian affair end the disappearance of the French ambassador, supposed to have boon assassinated. If the French ambassador is not produced and Maximilian's body not given up, it is supposed (bat Austria, Franca and Prussia wilt open hostilities agaiust Juarez and company. In that event Mr. Sewxrrt will not interfere on hohalf of the United States until the Mexicans discover that, after ail, they cannot get along verr wol! without our assist, unce. Aid will then only ho given, it is said, on the condition or the ealo of a large slico of Mexican territory to our government. A Cay Fawkes IHsrorereil in WaihlnilsaIlia Arrest sail UlMilmrgr, A curious case was tried here yesterday afternoon, bofore Justice Walter, which In iu first development gave good promise of revealing the dark machinations of another Guy Fawkes plot, but wbtch after investigation rosulted in nothing worse than the arrest of an individual for expressing an uncharitable opinion, accompanied bv a verv absurd threat. A man named Samuel strong, who lives near the Capitol, prueented himself at police headquarters yesterday, In company with one of the Capitol police, and asked to eee Major Richard", the Police Superintendent. The Superintendent being absent, an officer tben on duty heard hia complaint, wblch was as followe:?Thai while sweeping off bla pavement that morning be beard one of the workmen engaged in paving Maryland avenue eay that if he oould get several barrel* of gunpowder be would place them under the Capitol and blow it up, with all the members of Congress in It. He eeid that be had immediately reported the I act to one or two Senators and to Judge Fisher, all of whom bad said the matter ought to be investigated at once. I'pon this statement a warrant was issued by Justice Walter, and placed in the bands of detectives Clarvoe and McDevitt, with tlio following Instructions:?"Samuel Strong charges a certain gentleman, name unkown, but can be pointed oat, with making threats towards members of Congress, end verily believes that be will disturb the peaoe iu the county aforesaid. You are hereby commanded Immediately to apprehend the said person, and bring bim before me, Justice of tbe peace." The officers, accompanied by Mr. Strong, proceeded to tbe spot whero the would-be liny Fawkes was at work ; bu ttbc la'ter, suspecting tbe Intentions of the officers, attempted to escape. He wee speedily captured, bow ever, and taken tb police headquarters He gave bie name as Cbarlee Sorrell, and was employed as a laborer to assist the pavers wno were paving Maryland avenue. Mr. Sorrell elated that on the morning before the day's work commenced, Mr Strong was sweeping the sidewalk in front of bis bonse, and became engaged in conversation with the workmen, who were sitting near by. Mr. Mtrong remarked that Congress bad about finished their labors In passing tbe Supplementary lUrnnsiructlou bill, tnd would adjourn at three o'clock. Mr. Horrell replied that Congress and the Capitol ought to have be m blown up before tbey paseed it." 'Why, yen are a re:>el," said Mr. mrong "I will have yon arrested right away. The Pry Toitugas le tbe piece for you." The men ibeu went to work and Mr. Ptrong went In") the house. After hearing the statements of both parties Justioe Welter was about to dismiee the vaM| *ud informed Mr. dorratl that be woetd be discharged on giving security In the sam of |100 to keep tbe pea' e, when Mr. Strong arrived with bis witnesses, whereupon tbe Jestlce decided to beer ihoevidence in tho case, which was follows:? Mr. Samuel Strong, sworn?This morning about halfpast sis o'clock, as I was sweeping the pavement in front of my residence, I noticed e number of workmen engaged by tbe contractor to ley tbe peveioent of tbe evenne sitting *bout tbe aldewalk. many of wboin I knew, as tbey had worked for me at tbe Capitol before tbe war. 1 bad often beard them talking against Conrrmmmm snl Ihor r*n! A MCAffHd g| f hll 11IT1A in U?n a aboalr* langnege I kMrd the prisoner My, " I *nh I could place fifty ban-aloof gunpowder under the Capitol, ud blow them all to hall. '* 1 caked iba man who aalU It hla nam#, but bo would not tall me. I than aaked a number of the mechanic# what the man'* name wae who made that remark, but could not get any of them to anewer me. I came to the city, and met fenator Harlan, and told htm the conversation 1 had heard, and remarked that It wae a habit of three acesHon lata te abuse and thranten Coo greet He told me to go with him to the Capitol, and be would eao aboal It. The gergeeat-at-Arme waa notified of tba threatening language that had boon naod, and he aeat to the lieutenant of the Capitol police to make ike complaint, Tbeee workman have constantly baen talking ee< eaaion talk about my house, and about the neat war that u Impending, and a* I am n loyal man I do not like to hear It. I spoke to Pandora Harlan and Nys and alao to Judge Fither, and they all said that I wae perfectly right about it. The neat wlteaaa eworn waa John K. Robert#, connected with the Capitol poiice end formerly aa attache ef General Raker a defective force He aald.? I went to the leoalttr where the workmen were engaged In paring the street, near the Capitol, about fifteen mtnuleo peel ten o'clock this morning. I asked mine of them W long the brisk would leal They said, "that I# nothing to ne we hare better work to go?It will be another day, and we * !' d# it,' at tbe same time pointing to Ike < apltol. They ?.so Mid they wuuld make good work with many other of the public baiidnga ta the city. Pataoimn?Yon did not hear me aay ?o. Too did not me ana point to the Capitol either. WiT*n??I here eworn to what 1 mid. pm?o?an?Well, I don't cere If yon here. You hart net eworn that 1 pointed to the Uapltol or made any remarks. Witkm?Yonr ward la aot worth anytbiag! 7?* era not nnder oath. There being no other witneaeea tbe eeee waa closed Just lee Walter then Mid to tbe prisoner?"Ton will know hereefter hew to talk, and eat te be m free la peaking year reelings" Tbe prteoner replied, "Tee, air; t did not know that it wan any harm to my what I did." The JueUee announced that he ehonld hold the prtmner in IMO far hla nppgnraaoe hereafter, whenever he may be wanted, and slag for blf gofd behavior for ell month* Reonrlty mm Offered aed Mr. Rerrcll wee releaeed frhm custody, "a wiser If net e better men." Mr Borroli to ? touring mti. tlgjx*/ ttr? jnrg of fege, tod Mired during the war la the Dni'ed Slates Nary. He U retarded as a quiet and peace -Me citizen by bis neigbb ?ru. wad baa never previously been known to entertain any desire for such aanjuinary r- le.Yioas as i)'jwing up members of Congress, bperck ef baaalor Vatra-lli* Vtr?? vu 1mpraehneat sail the Kierutian of iHwaimlW I Inn?The Urpiibtlran* la Nunpari Junrrr. At tbe conclusion of Speaker Colfax's speech at tbe serenade last night Uie crowd oalied upon Senator Yaw, at Vttttard's hotel. Senator Yates was Introduced to tbe assemblage and, after a few preliminary remarks, said ? He presumed ihet tbe serenade was not tendered to htm m an individual, but as an advocate of repubheau principle* and a timmbor of that body wblcb bus beta true to its principle* and its country. The nation has Just passed through a gigantic war, but through tbe aid of Divine Woridenoe Hie Star Hpangled Banner again waves over the laud from Mania to California. Tim South has aoceptoi the situation. It is now for tbe republican |>erty to accept tbe situation. What is thai situation i It is that no rebel shall ocoupy a place m tbe admnlMrailoo of our national government. Tho speaker dirt not hedltate to any (tint n greater robel tbnn Jefl Davis or Beauregard is sheltered in the waits of tha White Bouse, tieInk n Senator he oould not say tlut the President oi.g'it to be impeached, hut would say that there was authcienl evidence tn tbe possession or the House Jukiciary Committeo to justify Impeachment. The republican party must accept tbe situation In another respecL There has been a war in Mexico, Maximilian ha* been executed and tbo democratic party is expros?lng it* disapprobation of tbe not Tbe republicans should strnul hy Juxrox end the libera! government. It is the duty ot our government to declare that no foreign prince or potentate shall establish a govorumont onAiuerU.iu soil If necessary, lot war be declared against say country that may attempt to supplant liberty in Amen * The repubiicnn party has docl.trad that equal suffrage 1 c-fiwll AuUt in tho hiniwi/.? Af folsiniK'to oss/l tJ'.A Qr.nlhnrn I States. Now they must do for tho North as thoy have done for the South, and Impose equal suffrage upon evorv P'|Mo, Thus it is that the republicans must a?* out th* Mtuation. Let ps wprk UUtH ao rebel can stand in pi are of trust or power, antu "no foreign government shall havo a foothold on the continent, and until Ube.ty is perpetuated on American soil. Daring tho delivery of tbe3? remarks the ..peafcer Wi? frequently applauded, and in conclus-jon, cheera ware given, after which the throng disported. Mr. tireelffte NointHiWtwii tor MlniHtfr to Atn* I fin. Tho true statemcat about tho action of the President and Sonata on Mr. Gre ley's nomiuatlou for the Austrian mission appears to lie this'?The President mado tho nomination without consulting Mr. Greolojr, aui the mailer went orer one day, and could not he taken up in tho Senate without unanimous consent. Kvery me* .bor isi'ddto havo favored the confirmation but one?Mr Tipton, of Nebraska?who refused to consent to take up the matter because Mr. Greeley had signed tho bail bond of JeQ' Davis and donotiuced Maximilian's execution. All the colleagues or Mr. Tipton, republican and democratio entreated him to yield consent to consider the nomination, but in vain. Mr. Greeley a name, there, fore, will have to be sent in attain next sesa.on. Appointment* Confirmed and Krjecled l?r ilir Semite. The Sonata yesterday conGrmed a large number of army appointments and promotion*. Many brevet3 wore also conferred for merltoriou* and gallant service in the volunteer force, among tUera Brevet Brigadier General Nelson Grow, of New York, to bo Major General by brevet, end Griffin Barney, of Pennsylvania, Luke Lyman, of Massachusetts, and K. N. Bates, of Illinois, to be Brevet Brigadier Generals. Brevet Colonels John R. Brooke, Klisha G. Marshall and Adam J. Slommer were also confirmed Brigadier Generals by brevet in the army. The renomlnation of Colonel Ward U. I.anion a* Consul General at Uav ana was among the rejected by the Senate. Fate of I lie Bills Passed br ( on*rem. It is bslieved that all the bills passed at ths-ieoent session of Congress have become laws either by the approval of the President, or rnaage over his vetoes, with the exception of the bill striking out the word "white*' iu the existing statutes in the District or Columbia, so as to remove the present discrimination again>t colored cili/ens ia tUa election to oilice, and to occupy state ta tho jury box. The Vote on the Reconstruction Hill. Homo of the name* on the vote pass lug the supple, moatary Reconstruction bill, In the House, over the President's veto, were omitted in tho published list. There should be added to the affirmative Messrs. Baldwin, Bingham, Bromwell, Hop?in3, Hubbard of Iowa, Price, Smith, Washhnrno of Ind., Wilson of Ponn., and to the negative, Messrs. Hotrlikm, Pholps and Randall, the full vote being?yeas 109, nsys 25. * The Report on Impenrhmrut. The House Commute#on tbe Judiciary held a meeting to-day, and it Is understood formally decided that inasmuch as tbe impeachment testimony was not presented to thst body yeeterdar, It should not be now published, but remain under the seal of Congress. Order Relative to Stenmbont Rsrlsg on tho Hudaoii River. The following letter from the fllcretary of the Treasury was yesterday addressed to the Supervising Inspector of Steamboats at New York : ? Sir?The department hasieg been credibly informed that tbe dangerous practice of stcamlioat racing is still indulged in on tho Hudson river, you are hereby instructed to use tho iftmost vigilance, and to cause the same to be need by these acting order your supervision, to the end thai the laws prohibiting an overfprtssure of steam may not be violated by such practices. Tbe Nstlssal Offering ilift Enterprlee. A lesolutlon having been introduced in the House of Representatives by Mr. Van Wyek, on Kr.day last, calling for a report In reference to the National Offering Gift Enterprise, and he in his remarks having stated'.bat M <Jor General Howard was connected with it, General Howard has given to tbe public tbe correspondence that passed between himself, Proepor M. Wetmore, ot K. Y., and George W. Thomas, Director of the National Offering (lift Enterprise, (leneral Howard, on Juue 2-*>, addressed a letter to Mr. Wetinore, who had been selected along with tbe General, to receive the money, etettng that be did not understand Mr. Thomas' scheme to be a lottery, but a simple sale of engravings, and that unless llr. ThomaaVoold do away with tbe lottery features of the enterprise be was unw.llfng to he connected with it. On the 2Tlh Mr. Wetmore replied, assuring the General that be was as much op|<o*ed to lotteries General Howard, hut that be wan sal tailed that this scheme contained nothing la it to make a lottery. General Howard, oa the 2Stb, also wrote to Mr. Tboaa*, slating that when the proposition was made to him to i Uxxme one of'the receivers of the fund raised by the scheme of Mr. Thomas, he did not understand it to cover a lottery scheme, but that each ticket bolder would recelvo an engraving worth $2 In the market. He saw by the advertisement thst |160,000 In greenbacks were to be returned as an sward. This, he eeld, looked too much like a lottery, and unleee he could explain It so as to convince blm and the public that it was not, he wished to withdraw his aains from any j seeming endorsement of the project. Mr. Thomas, on i the lStli instant, replied to the Genera), informing blm that the business would be ooedected on a plan which discarded hie lottery and gift enterprise ejections, to which he wee personally opposed, and the mods adopted woeld eot be la conflict with the Uenerel'e aoatimeate of duty. >fr. Ilechwlth's Itrport the Parle KxhlblHew. Tbe following la aa official despatch of Commissioner General Bockwilh to Secretary Seward m relation to the greet Lxpoettlen ? Feme, July 3, IM7 -"s-Thepromnigaiien of tbe awards and distnbnt on of medals, which Is the principal event of the Fxblbltion, took piece yesterday la tbe Palais de ('Industrie, la (be presence of aa end ton o oi seventeen thousand persona The ewerde to our eibibiiors were mentioned la my tetter of the Mb alt., sad are now published in detsu by the Imperial Commission and pied generally la tba dally Journals The proclamation of the awards was mads His oscaemn of a brilliant aad Imposing pageant; bat the event was suggsatira of more grand and importast considerations. Formerly tue d'cu.ty wsaiih and fashion of surrounding nallout met oo the plains of Prance in tenia of olotb of gold to honor arms by mimic war and feala of personal prowess is the tournament; but si thst period toll was remitted to serfs and labor waa degraded To-day tbe olvtbsed world aaeemblra on tbe same ground to do honor to labor. We bars been accustomed to rsad with admiration, real or lomani c, the accounts of Ihe/rlrr of the "Celestial Euipiro, where tbe rnler condescends annnelly to hold tbe plough In honor of hasbandry. Yesterday an assetaMy of all nationalities, numbering seventeen thousand persons, including ruler*, peasants, and every class, put their hand to the plough and did homage to labor, skill and science, which are the heals of drill jst lot and pro* revs. The participation ef tbe people of ib? United Htaiee In this trees competition aad the rank which the prederte of their Industry hold, aa determined by the deHnernte Judgment of ninety-four International furies, who have decreed awards to more than one-hair our exhibitors, leet fv expression* of cordial congratulation and satisfaction. I have the honor le be, with great respect your obedient servant, N. M. BEfEwlTH, United 4tatea Commissioner General, The Payment ef ftwldlara* Reunites. Whenever oomplaiat hag been made about tbe slewnsas of the Fay Department in paying the additional boynuee, the eg rye has been that tbe claims were being nettled ae rapidly aa they can he receive* Rem the Fenced Auditor's office, which office mast furnish a state. Dttut u Hth C|*. Shoeing the gUu<tihA?f theappit ; f cut ?'po? tho miinter ro'lJ ft trs been proposed to ad amend the law that the iiifurma'.iun referred to ru iy bo furui.-hod to the I'ay Department from the Adjutant Ueuerat'a office, u wall aa tli > So >nd Ami tor's. Bdta offloea Lave duplicate rolls in tbeir possession, and ttiaro is no r?a>oa why, when spend iu the settlement ot those e la.raj tsde rabta tha Adjutant (Jeuorai'a office should not furnish these statements from tha rolls, and thereby aacura tha pay mod or two rial ma ta tun Liu a it retou** now to aattle oaa. Uraeral Mtcklea' f-ijuipitn*. A despatch recently imhli'hud frotu tieueral Sl> ktsn to Representative Bingham, reported him aa saying that tha equipage to which llepr-aenlativa f.ldridge dvpaiagingly referred in dauate, was pressatad to him by kin "eolleuguaa." Inatead of "coi!?aguas," lianaral Sioklaa aid ' his coutmorgdM of tha Third artny corps." Cruelties of the Turlta In Crete. Tha latast official accounts from " rate g.?a tarrtbia roporta of tha cruelliea of tha Turks. The Cretans having inflicted so vera puoiabmant upon ona of Omar Paoka'e spies, this fcnaral retaliates by act'tally crucifyiug % t.recian priest in order to satisfy hia revenge, and at lu? satue lima to cast odium upon Ilia Christian religion, from which ha apostatized that ha might beooma ? TarAiah Goneral. Ha nctt besieged a rayorn, in whlctq, (Jraek worn hi and children had taken refuge, and by closing the oaveru with atones left them to die of starvation. This reiiogids is repeating <a Crete the fccones of carnigo which made biu ho infamous 14 Konrdietan, hyria and Montenegro. Ho bout* that ho wilt exterminate the Cretans. The Turkish governuxiut, staking its faith in this Uenerai, aeclinee for the p.hsant to yield to (lie remonstrance* of fpr-j.ga PowMu It doc'.&ras, however, that It wilt consu't Creiao'e wtehee in tha eveut of the revolution not being duelled prior July lit It ti slated that, n? the Creiau* are naoro heroic than ever in their reaUUuoe, there ie no pioUahiuly of tl.e autcess of Otuar Pitch*. THJi IKDI/m W4R SPECIAL ItlECllAf T8 TiiE H-SaU tttni'luslflii of n <oitnr.lt with tin Cruer In* ilium?Tlio Kiaux and Cheyenne* nt IVu tvilh the ('reus. Kotti I'muf HtiAtte*', D. f? July 7, I Via Four I.at ami*, July 2'?. im7, L J o'Uoclt I'. M ) J iJge Kiuuaf, of (he, special Indian Cammw-uon, lien just conclude I a highly satisfactory cauti il witu eighteen hundred Crow Indiana, who v.s.ted hint nt this place, Tney are anxious to ioin In an expedition against the Si on*. Whilj in oouucil the Uliujonnci nn o:r iheir bar*#*. Tho f'row* secured them, kiiiiag three Indiana. THE PRESS_TELCSRAf. liUli? Itiiurf? of Hoetilri tuition* Ku Kvnle < Attack ihe> *et tlriMMii? oa the North l'latt* Kit or. Chicago, July ill, H6T. A special de,p?i :U from Omaha, listed tho 'dUtli mst. says a parly of Indians came villi u one hundred yard* of Brady's Island slat in, on tha Culm Pa-.'lUo lta.tr >ad, on Thursday last, and drovo ofT a lot of ni'iie*. Tbrce ehWfs, belonging to a trtbe of friendly Btouc; report to Colonel Patrick, at North I'iatta. that a largo band of hostile Indians aro coming down the North I'iatte river for tho piupooeof attacking thescttlomante. It la thought that the party who .stampeded the stoofc at Brady 'e Island is the advance of this hostile hand. The Frontier Inter of July 19 say* tho lad ?t a nUaukod Hainan' train nnar Mint Norman, on Jul* IT. and wero repulsed. They had one mtu wounded and but a mid* A larcja government train, just troin lue new poet at Black Hiili, loat onenieti, killed by iha lod.aiiS Contracts for Hrw*vin( Indlons. La trans 3S, Karuas, July 121, 1mt. Superintendent Worth* in lis* rejected th? bid of the rebel General Rector for lb* remove' of tlie Waehtmr Indians, the sureties not being approve 1 by the tinned (Mates District Attorney. Wonham will remove the Indians himself at s cost of about $h,dOU, whioli, it is ecpeoted, will eavo the government not ios- than $190,1#* MURDER flf A 0RWRIST_ATJSOOOLETSVH.LE. TEM. Nasjirii.tj, July 21. Wl A mau named William Seri.gg* wan Biiasjiualod tanl nighl about niae o'clock, while billing in bt< store, at Ooodletsvllle, fourteen m lc* from Nathvllle. The gun ?? Sired through u window, nod scl eral buckshot took effect, killing him alco-,1 Instantly A radical meeting had boon held ia the place during the day, and be took aa active part in it. This, it n thought, we* ouo inroullvo to the murder, though he I ut been r.reviounly threatened. Two men are suspected, and dsteo'ivan have been aonl to inve-it gaie the ufl'air. A.?TUe t'nria r.\u?#iii?ii. STKINW.VY .1 HON*, of New York, have been awarded TUI. I 1 UsiT GRAND OOI.P MKDVr. FOR AMERICAN PUNUi, II being distinctly cla#*'IIed first in order of merfi "red plteed a'. th# head of Ine list of American esh'bllor* by tna MITRKME INTERNATInNAI. JURY Tli!* final verdict of the only tribunal determining the rank of the award* at the tlxpoalttou. places THE STEINU \Y PIANOS at the heart and above all other* In addition to the n'xrre, the great Nueiote da* Kh?| Art a, of Paid*, have, a'ter a careful atetnlualion and com. pariaon of all the musical Instrument# eshlh.ted at the Carta Etuoslllou, awarded to PTKINWAY A ROMR THRIR GRAND TKHTIMONIAI< MPDAt. "for greatett superiority ami novelty of construction ! piano#." War#room" drat floor of Htemway Hall, 71 and Tit Raal Fourteenth ?trcet, New York. UleernehaitNi* Made l?r Kaldenbera Carried off a | rile at the Paris f.vuo^li .n. Repairing. A". No i John and 13 Wall street. A Pure aad Tr*a*|i*renl Nkla. Such a* is prodm ed by a free uar of <IOl R Ah D li (TACm IAN MEDICATED SOAV, i* the mom lor-dy thing la nature. The sttrpr.riok manner In winch tlit* .vop rl.iriflea the ?ktu from tan. rreekles, pimple*, sunburn sill .wnaso, Hdaee*. roughness, ringworm, scurry, and the like dlaAgurs. tneiil*. etnte* the most liouadlee* admiration. This marrnlloa* Soap, be<iile* being buoyant, can be uard wiib pia| feasibility fn either hard or sort water, and for the pm po#w of shaving. no compound errant can al all compare with it, and no one should go to >'i wltho it a sitpn v. GOCRAI D M PuI'DRR IH'BTIIiE will nosl'lrely eradl. rate anpert'uous hair fn m any part of ibe hod* ; aul GO' RAt'D S HAIR ftKSTOR VII \ I', is just a* csrtatd to restore hair when It ha? fallen oil-prevent* C* t.rnlug prematurely gray. beside# imparting to wiry hsU a rto? sllklness and glom GOCHACD'S l.TQUID Htm T>YF Itntanily convert* red or gray hair to a beautiful black or brown. OOl ltt FIERI LU.Y WIIiTF. AN1? 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