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NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES CORDON BENNETT, PROFB IETOE, JAMES CORDON BENNETT, JR. MANAGER. ROADWAY AND ANN STltKET. Alt business or news letters and telegraph. despjtchss tu?wt 'x addressed Nsw Yokk Hbhai i>. t attar] an I packages should be properly sealed. Iteiected communications will not )> returns J. Y u1 it nip XXXII No. -iir n?*r York. IVrilnrtitar. rSciileiiiher I. 1SU7. * xx a if a w a. EUROPE. I'iia boam report by the Atlantic cab.o is '?;eJ ye?terday evening, September 3. Ths Turkish government tin ?j>po.nt?<t a tniiod commission. lurkg and Chris.ian?, to inquire into tba genoral condition of affairs in Candia and report to the itulian. who will base bis plan of reform for tbo Island r too ?he report. , An armistice has been Agreed on tn andia. Austrian reprints state that the American government is in treaty with Denmark for ths purchase of ali her possessions in the Woet Indies. The North s. .'man Parliament wilt most in seaaion on the lOtli of October. A Kossuth electioneering party Is operating in Hungary. The Heathcote and I.eamlngton Stakes were rtn for at Warwick. England, and won, the formed by Peri and the tallAP he (t.meu iri r Congo's closed at ?4V^, for money. Id London. rivetwenties were at 73*4 la London and 771, io Frankfort. Tho Liverpool cotton market cloiort Arm, with middling uplands at lOtj'd. BreadgluTf were weaker. Fiovlstous without marked change. THE CITY. the Board of Supervisors met ytaterday and received message from the Mayor vetoing the expenses of the Hoard of Audit, and expressing his teawns therefore in very testy terms. A conductor on ths Belt Railroad in this sity was so severely beaten hy roadies, who had taken passage on l)!s car, on tho 21st ult., that he died yesterday. The Foiled Siai-os Veiernary Medical Association held their annual meeting yesterday at the Now York College of Veterinary burgeons. The young Mexican accused of robbing the liberal government of $200 000 la gold bars was discharged vesterday hy Justice l.edwitb, as the precious metal found in his possession turned out to be galvanized copper, i Arnold, one of the Tradesmen's Bank tellers, was released on bail yestorday, and Baker, the other one, was discharged hy Justice Bogan, but was immediately rearrested and committed by Commissioner bttlwell, in default of hail. The ease of Koily, for the alleged murder of Colouel <> Brien daring the draft rloU, caiue up before Judge McCunn yesterday, and the prisoner was rcmandod to await a dec siou on bis plea for discharge on a writ of hibtaa corpus. A temporary injunction was granted by the Supreme ''O'lrt on Mondav last, en otnlnir Sunerlnlondont John A Kennedy from the enforcement of the order of the Hoard of Health of the 27th of Anrust, relating to the driving f cattle through the olljr below Fortieth street. The order was vacated yesterday by Judge Barnard, under -octton nine of chapter 956 of the laws of thu state of cfew Fork, prohibiting the Issuance of temporary In dnctloos against the Board* of Health and Ftclse. The stock market waa Arm, but dull, yesterday. Gover-tment securitios were dull, but steady. Hold clo?od at 141S. KISCZLLAKS37S. Hie TtMident hae issued a proclamation warning all pentose against obstructing or h'.nderint the ralthful execution of the conetitution and the lawa, aa in recent i-aeei in North and South Carolina, and commanding the '.ffloers of the army to render due submission to the n laments of th<?ro"e??. ? e<?* ?'<t iq enforcing them. The aubject of en amnesty proclamation was dltcuised m the Cabinet yeaterday. General Craut wa? net pres. at From the Brttteh West Indies we hare spoclal correspondence dated at Kingston, Jamaica, ea the 16th of August. Sir 3. Peter Grant baa transmitted to the Duke of Bueklngham the corresj-oadence of tha American Tele, graph Company relative to laying a cable Detweon Jamaica and Aspinwad. Mr. George C. H. Levi received hie exequatur aa Conaul for the Colled 3Utes at the port of Bieek river. A severe raia itorm was axperiencad in Kingston. The American sailor whe rutbed CtV) in gold from the United Slates steamer Gettysburg and having bean proved guilty was convicted to undergo a long term of ham labor, bad the sontsncn commuted mla thirty days' Imprisonment and bard labor. The man being In a foreign land and without help, a charitable person placed in the hands of the gaoler j&, to be Jell v*ed to him at tha expiration of his imprisonment. Our advices from Mexico oily are to the ftth and Vera Urns to the 22d of August. Santa Ana was still a prisoner, under dose surveillance. All the City Council of H'.dalgo are reported to hero been hung by Uraulio Vargas, a cov lag Imperialist. Many ot the inhabitants of Vera Oral bate been forcibly enlisted into the ranks of the ormy. Our cotrenpoai at In Montreal, Canada wr t.ng on ths ltd of September aays:?Gem-rat Hunwun, Minister ef War of the Turkish government, It expected here In a few day a, and we will probably have a review iu hit honor, lie goea to the Ottawa afterward*, and will v sit 'he cb.ef points along the river. Hayti dates are to August 12. rhe rteolut ion 1 a the veulh had boen quailed and the treaty with Baiat Oomlngo had been ratified Adm.rei Farragut has furniahad the Navy Depa. inient with an account of the we'eome tendered hiui in Russia, (tear Admiral Godon reports from Rio Janeiio the cere u*>?#' >? att tiding III* imvn or itibc* *r*a or rtnpland. Our K*ar Admiral siate* thxt ha himself *u rwj tested by th* Prior* to assist him n receiving to* F.mp*f..r of Rraxtl. It I* not siate-l whether b* (ranted the royal request, but a m**?age of ihaukx wa* t*n4?r*d htm ;?r tb* RntiM Admiral forth* part hi* fUgsb p, the Rrooklyn, took to th* ceremonies. ? The lUmccratlc Rut* Centra'. Commit.*e met to Alhanr TMt*rdi/. and lls*d upon October S as th* tiro# aud Albsay *a th* place for th* bold.ng of th* I'autocratic wt*te t'-jRiMiinn. to nominate a Ptete ticket, la th* Coairitutioaal CooTention yesterday a Motion Jjf itec'sring 'hat bo local or pnrat* hill shell b? paaaed ?y . he f eg * etur* oulrtM previous notic* ot intention to "J apply there'or ah all bo ftsen, wu udopted n the article m th* powers and .Amies of th* legislature. Iha eonIB s deration of the report of the Committee! on Canal* sad I iueu>*?s was resumed la Committee of th a Whole, ff pending which the Convention adjourned. K Par ;*l re irns of th* Vermont election Indies X *.*. r .7 -j' J0.300 for th* republicans, th* sot* polled X " * < (i r mpar.son with th* election last y**r, .%? a I oT c"?*.datable, t!i* r*V'il>l<anS m . i r t-su'eu Th* Seoat* will probably Ih ^ ' U'sataf7 rrpnbl.raa m nuy am**d n Charleatoa saaUrday, ? iu? > a s* * at Calve; n continue* un-tlettel. .-? i as s-.1 o'e?r ers are down wilt I jt. A .a-j* ma, - y of deaths hat# hsretotor* occur re I ? ?n*n| l:>f*ig>. -*. 1h?t w*r? tw n'.y-ii * interment' * <?a Rrndny It coat a .* t* sg* in the tnott ilruleui m form at Ntw Orleans. John 1 Hslw vti* ib* ij irj'~l k - ,ar *f Renin V; yaatardiy .a Kiisabelhtewa, tu* p ?of ho r*? deoce, l w> unwell ! . rir,..-?.l t*. . vrk'nrl. th* ram ML Ifcaoaiho' ttatalatar?4 to Lia whllabt at abal. Tba I.ltulanant (k>? rn->r ttiv* w-ii Itta'atd ft a t'jt avi *m iu tha itmiii ( I.oolarilla A lauair aawal John J> Jack tun, who *1 '^nptal to kill bit ftlbtr at Pmifbktapaia mtll!;, bit frvui tba nylum *t l t>?, tt.J it l? r?a;a4 b< 4. i|ii rttkt ao autmpl ua UU ft.bar ? llta. A ; v ?<a? a> li at*/ r. fton, r ,r.tjr aip'.o'.al <m Jay a gv? Jnmoiitb.ng on* l>u..l.n| ti t Ittnt*;: :<o ana an hurt. k bt?*a ttalatoa tu plowt I up Hi w ujina II .9 na roaotjr, a fa* tfaya a?<>. Tk'ta k?oaaat?t naiorad panpla raltbrat.il ana of lb ttaittrtar ?a of African fiac4aoi at Uulaoi * T . pnatrtey, ? * ? ta fk/y4 farm, aaar Pairalaum (tali#, on Mji t ?< 4m rf*4 fo'ir oil aal ?blppl?f yartla, at n / ?. can a altlaj a'on or flUt.oon 1 KKW 1 uipeackai? nt-fttaaton tar Pra?i4aal?Tka Iteporteri HoheuiP. We have some very curious and sug gcative Information from Washington, touching a re*d radical scheme embracing the impeach* and removal of President Johnson, and the advaiic 'meat pro tempore o? Mr. Stanton, tha displaced Secretary of War, to the White House. The programmo contemplated Is laid to be this Mr. Stanton will first resign aa Secretary of War, and next Mr. Cameron, of the same State?Pennsylvania?will resign his seat in the Senate, in order that Governor Ge.iry may fill this vacancy by the appointment of Mr. Stanton. Mr. Wade in then to resign as President of the Senate, in order that Mr. Stanton may be put Into bis place. Next, President Johnson is to be Impeached and deposed, and then, nnder the existing law or Congress, under the authority of the constitution, Mr. Stanton, aa President of the Senate, will take the place of "the man at the other ".1 -? ,U.. )? ll_ *17.. J _ III .U. l.? ruu vi iuu n>ruur. nr. n nun win mm wr re-elected President of the Senate, and Mr. Cameron, to fill the vacancy lof. by Mr. Stanton, will be restored to the Senate. Now. liko the famous quarrel sontvlved by Sir Lucius O'Trigger, this le a very pretty affair ae it 9tands, and it is almost a pity to spoil it. As a compromise among the republican Presidential aspirants and cliques, it is sufficiently plausible to justify the suspicion that there is something in it. Recent events have so far strengthened the impeachment faction that the removal of Mr. Johnson seems now to be regarded as a necessity and as the common purpose of all shados of the republican party. But the alternative of " Old Ben Wade" is a serious difficulty among those Congressional managers who have other axes to grind. The ultra radical and intractable Wade in the White House, like a bull in a china shop, may smash up their crockery and spoil their calculations. Assuming, however, that Mr. Wale is, after all, only a sort of good man Friday to Chief Justice Chase, and that Chase for the next Presidency is the real object of all these nice arraiigemoiilfl, the case becomes very simple and easy of explanation. Tho suspen led .Secretary of-War, as a martyr in the cause of Congress, must have his reward. His wounds must be healed, and his claims cannot safely be disregarded. A few months in the White House, under the scheme proposed, will doubtless satisfy hiin and got him nicely out of the way in reference to the main contest of tho succession. In the next place, neither Cameron nor Wade will lose anything in playing their part in this beautiful game ; for, with its consummation, each will bo, as be was before, in the Senate, with the addition of a first class olalm, first upon the party, and next upon Mr. Chaee, in the event of his nomination and eloctlon to tho Presidency next fa'L For example, Mr. Cameron, with Mr. Chase and Mr. Seward, after having failed as competitors against Abraham Lincoln in the republican convention of 1860, were, after his election, the first among his Cabinet appointments. Failing again in 136\ as a candidate against Lincoln, Chase was rewarded for his services with the offioe of Chief Justice. So, then, Cameron, Wade and half a do/en other Presidential rivals may be conciliated, in view of the contemplated settlement of the approaching contest. This whole plan, therefore, involving Johnson's impeachment and Stanton's promotion temporarily to his place, If we rest it upon the main idea of Chase for the succession, becomes a beautiful and feasible plan from the beginning to the end. Thero in, however, this unfortunate weakness hanging to it: the parties in this scheme, assuming that such a scheme has been projected, have been reckoning without their host. They are playing Hamlet with the part of Hamlet left out We dare say, too, that the leading radical managers in the interest of the Chief Justice are flattering themselves that General Grant has so fhr committed himself as to be entirely subject to their good will and pleasure. We will venture to say, however, that General Grrnt's superior claims to the Presidential succession will not be so easily net aside or postponed, but that in all probability, from ihs developments of Southern reconstruction, and of the approaching elections in Pennsylvania. New York and elsewhere, west of Vermont, all the radical scheme* and schemers against Grant will be upset by tho meeting of Congress. President Johnson himself, ill working harmoniously with Grant, may still flank the impeachment faction, and utterly defeat all their plana and expectation! dependent upon * hia removal from office. For the present we are inclined to believe that how they ara to get rid of Wade aa a substitute for Johnson is the tint and leading question with the republican managers at Washington, if they have not virtually agreed upon the aforeanld compromise between him and Stanton and Cameron. Native llrnoiittlr Taleat?Jlr*. I.muter. For many years the stage waa a foreign institution in our midst, and native talent found no favor in the glare of the footlights. We hau theatrical establishments ready organized sent from Condon to order, as they send ready made houses to the South Hea islands, warranted to be available for use ball an hour after their arri al. Companies scenery, properties, plays, were stowed away in steamers with more than Chinese ingenuity, to develop tinsel splendor for our astonished eyes. In those days all the trashy theatrical material thai whs hissed from the boards ot the Uritisb < itb*? u nvoted good enough for us?just mote re, oeuliy we have endured the infliction ol all the opera -'nge's that F.tropean audiences had k'llt >o lim'ill. inann, iiiwih mn ?mi uimh?*;orp who conduct their eifftMiutimi'on on this principle and furnish their audience* ib* rcftiae I of Kuropoan theatre# in reape ' both to play, r era and play#-?opera* and ring r* : but they t arc fo?t?il>. Manng?r* with bruin* have go.t-n over the dcluaioa that they nmst make their yearly pilgrimage to Europe tor aomr* and actrereea. and the time may couie w|?.?n we i "hali not ice two meri ?geir disputing in court 1 for the right to p-r'orm * 1itt|o EuglMi piny. ' which play, if if h ?d boon w ri ten by a native * author, they would hare kept In th ir cloaeti , twice aeren year* rather than pay ihta itlioi'* copyright, l ot the change in management, a? * it ralatea to play*, we inn*: wait; but the * change in relation to player* ha* already ah?-:i I. Americas taleut, * It now tak * i?. the * theatre freely for a aph'Te'of effort, h. i made ' Itaelf frU and appreclate<l there, ^e hare actreeaes of tke flr*t order of talent?woman 4 with the patient will to acquire experience, with accurate perception to apply that eipe* YORK flF.RALD. WBHK rienee rightly, at mm careful t?4 brilliant in their pereooatioaa, and having the apt Hi aud force to sympathise url'h the highest eh movers the stage presents. We would cil- Vn header anil her acting ia lHirabeth n? eit.nfc< t -HIv illaairating all thia. It wee a piece ' bwrilhooJ ia the lad/ tv attempt tWW part and en!a Hucccaa could justify her. It wewld. inl?*t have been an achievement ef ae mean order te hare presented the etarm ter acceptably; Hal to play It well, erea edmirdblr, te taunt tair praise fro* th?>?e la th? rire?ttmetae?*o leaat diapoeed to gire it, aa the lady haa dow gi*e? her an honorable and enviable posit.** ia the hat of flrnt clav aeireae-e. A men. an? kept away from the ntsge an wn lee time p'rHa;* fiotn a rnritia prejulic* of solely ag?t**' it Th'y were trying other teida ?.>re er lee* noble; but they are tryiag tha thea're new a earnest, tore, eooner or later, la he KmiimI whemer dNtiuriloa in to he wen or *?<* ??? mule. Am?-ri> an actors ami n< tres- are wiuninj distinction in every liu* of th** drama; flt.tv tr?>4 ttit it . Lint frtitm lL?? tu^iiAJtiird but wi b a 'km 0?IU to7 will meko IH? r * T?l of native taleut In thU (in* brilli?.< a.l honorable. "> l|?w?a PrMMt." The St ltd ConttlWkHiil C+eveMo* h?? been sitliug in Alb my einee <h? f.mrh ?l iy ??< lost June, miking a arsaloe of niu#ty-4*i? ntnl ha* up to this tune accomplUkod n?? m<?rwork than could bavo been tlineheU hi ben weeks by any body of men of ordinary intelligence, actuate I by a desire to dfonarg* ,beir duties in a proper manner. The dtp- use of the Convention i? not lees ihan Ire ibo<t?*n<l dollars a day ; consequently its lab ?r- no to to-day will cost the people of ths ? r? nearly half a million of dollar*. jkUlioiish a resolution his bi*en adopted for a lb?*l id jourunieat on the 10."h of this month, it i? well knowp that the woik already in irk ??l on cnnnot be completed before tlie laitt r part of October, and yet day after day we read iu 'he Albany reports oi the preceding*. * no quorum present," and the Convention therefore adjourned. Mow, by what right do the member* of th* Convention aocept the offlce of delegate au-1 draw their pay, and theu reiuse to ail u?J to tlioir duties T Out of one liundxel mi I nineivtwo members elected, it is aeldom that ninety are present. Those that do att n 1 are ra iking n complete botcbot their work, In their elfor to render the fundam-uUl law subservient t<? Individual and party interests. The only amendments to (lie present constitution dosired by the people, or required for the intereslsof the State, were in the judit iary ay-t in, tho power of the Governor and the governm.Mit of muoieipartb'8. These thr.o polo s, with a suffrage extension clause a.ibm tied as ? separate question, would have satisfied the people and benefited the Stat . The Convention should bare confined its labors to these. ami have touched no others. Aut w. if would sueui as il the* myorityol the Convention d. sir*vl to lorn the constitution into an Instrument for the promotion or pvrty iutcresU and the protection of lobby rights, "<' deigned affording the people of the Sin's as litti lini < as possible to exuniue Ih-ir work before Him November election. The safest Ibing tbe people can do, If the new constitution U kept back until the -eve of tbe election, Ut to tie Puritanism. niggerUu. .Sunday law* and lager beer prohibition round it* neck, and let them all go (o tbe bottom together. The Alnt?e??a Claim*. Tbo Alabama claims bare again been forced upon the a'.ton lion of the public. Tb? British Foreign Office have iasued a blue book containing the entire correspondence which has taken place on the subject between the government of Great Britain and the government of the United S'atee. Once the eontenta of this book are fully known to us, we shall be in a better position to decide upon their m?rlt?, and to give an opinion of tbe etatesm tnsbip which has been displayed on either side, in the course of the eorreepondence. From the lated despatch iu the collection?a despatch addressed by Lord Stanley, the British Secretary of State for Foreign Affair*, to Sir Frederick n....... n.iti.k U ..I I.V aftliin .rl.ti, ? ??rUl"Vt lup milieu miunri pi tt moiuukivu- v appears thai Great Britain ' is willing to submit the claim* of American citiz-ut lor dimage* caused by the Alahnint, mid *11 oilier similar deinnnd* ?>q th? pftrt of the United Statos, to a CouimiMion of Arbitration, if the claim* of Britiah subjects against the United State* Air losses suffered during the late war of rebellion are likewise submitted to the deeiaion of the same Comtnisalon." I lie proposal seem* both reasonable and just. We have had veers of correspond' n<;?*, toil *o far as we eau nee the correspondence doe* uot seem to h?ve brought the question very much nearer a practical Solution. The correspondence tuav go ou forever with tic name result. unle?t some such propositi a- this is agreed to. Ihete is but stnnll likelihood of Ureal Britain ever consenting >o pay the Mmbarae claims right down at the siuipl* demand of our government. Some n-utral party roubully tiled upon by the interested parties must llrst interfere, mid. giving voice to public opinion on the ground of international right, de.dare that the claims are valid. To tunny minds on both sides of the Atlantic die e.i?* Nppcars simple and easy of solution. The solution, however, it not in every ease the same. One class of mind*, by an easy pro ess. arrives st one solution ; au<>tb< r elass o: mi ni*, by *n equally e ?y process, an Ire* at another ! solution. The solution* may be natural enough [ to the minds that g ive tbcin birth, h i th>? I sre different, and it i* beciu?e tin v arc u ft r; ent. and cannot but be d (T rent, that ?- ?i> ' the intervention of a third and impartial pert, is necessary. In a matter of ibis soil it is ** -l?* ?! a- ii ii linilii*niiLu! Iitii jr. 9 tit ; tlnua?wh< in Proriiien e ha? t Uk? I in lit* vail of ciTilti! alios -to ?t tnJ hull !n* -n. ti ( other lik** two big but unrcaeoaahle . iiool1 bora. If our claim* are good, lei tia have la:ih ' io their. If tho counter claim* of Orent Britain are good, lot tltero bo |?u to the te-t. We can coo no war by wldeb the ntttataudinjr <pe?' fion* can bo iniW hut he arbitration. TV oanoot. ibei-efotf. <1o barter titan a topi ihe pro* ! poaal. and abide b* tbo!a?o?. The Kloellaaa la >??eth <,ei?iaiit. From a tnl*gr*a whl- h a* printed in ?e* tenia}' HstULto H appear* t tat the electlos* especial)/ is the larger .an an<l eitier bar' resulted largely in f.ror of th* liberala. Thtil it i? Ibal I'roeaia consolidate* lo reelf, and tluit .? ia thai Voting firmanr marches toward." national not|f. The Mpha and the Omega o riSDAY, WfTKllKgK 4 1 the rr of tb* Ornna liberal* i* lb* '^'7 of the Kitaerlaixl. Tbi* is tb?<ir one absorb' <!*? r- aid aim, and. it niuat he admitted, it.* tnvlenry of areata ia eucotiragi'iK and Tk? Hooe?wv* (eefvreaea at Part*. It appear* that I be International Conference ta rlr b*-ld in Pari* ia favor of a monetary aait lor all aaiioa* bare agreed upon a plan, aa<l that the d?'agate from the United States, Mr K aggie*. baa forward* I to the State D> P art meat a report of lb* proceeding*. Twenty ait ?*? of fc! irope and Ana-riua were repre en'v-4 It ia propo**d that gold and ailver, e* pi for abange ia ?m ill ainonuta, ah ill be etcltiai?rl* b* m <a v of tbe world ; that the Ave tnae gold piece of Prance aball be the m?*. t?ry anli. with ita multiple* ; that it It to K? Ha?ed upon and divided by det-imila; that all gold colna ot the aame d-nomination. by bat-vev nation l*?u?d. mntl be uniform in e ^bt, diameter nod quality, and be nine, Aoe a.i tkL. -- I- h- L- . ? , ?<! *wm I?n 7 n IV r?7 ? II^BI if# If in ill W bar# not th" full report. but tbwo are ib# principal feature* of lb- plan. Tl?<t pro|> .? -1 re for .n will ha laid l., f..r# I mgr. ea. pr d.*My, n-it *-a?loB. Now, rhd# we ndwtt IS# tn-ouremeuee of the pwaftl ay* tern. or rather want of aratem. in >f>( cummer. 1*1 nation*. an t think that a one i* d-ouM-, thi? country ahouM ??e ear*!*! about entering In'o and binding I ?dr to a plan I k- thi*. It may be many *e.?r? befafo wa return In ?p tI- pnym-nta, an i It U pomibl- w m ?y yel Ji*cnr#r that K'?l I i? iv b*at m ? ?y or cin-ntatiiij ii *1 ?m. I. Miking t ?t?e weal'h and w >nderf il (blur# of Ihta ropabli , it la j.o* ible we wig eeiabtieb, and I' tu?y t?e t<> oar iqter'at to en*t?li?h. an entirely now ayd'ia of currency, ml that w- fn<yiMinn-ij.?l- onraelre* alto|-ttif fro a the oil Kn opean ayoteai. We think Ii * iut'1 V pro lent not t jeut v Into any alienee* of ibe aoil propoaa 1 *t pra-nt IV# , -ertaialy are n >1 prep ?i el to a?? nt to tbc proportion that only (..Id an I aitrer nhall a t -iral u-nder in all aa'loan. THE VESHOET ELECTION. l*r?k?W? NriMUlMii *lkj?r1t? at MU.4MM la Ik# lair P*(lr?. Hir Nraak. ItrnH* O0 Ik# Xaai?Tko M#aaf# I lUrlr l# k# I M##akti#aa. Moair# ma ##|4 a, IMT Tli* <1?? haa h##a aantaakkl ratay, and la ika la k of anything mi 4..ki im w? ot a? Um towaa tWa #t?ri? laara a? Hi# p-> bat b##n ao'.aoaly ataal'. h? h par iaa felting ah at #f lb# ru*# of lb-1 iH' Ika 'fi.rii.iti fili al off tk# moat. 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It hav .Bg k##n 4#*#a#?rat?4 Ikai tk# hara mt roaiai i? lk# PM#a.?aioa of kto4aai* k ##r# aoi at ika (aaaiaa ya4l#a, Vtlolarar rkhr.tai.aaa of coppar aim aoata a4'ina?aliaa by war of eonktrrfa uag lk# color of atiai i# profawiaaally l#r??d d##4 gold #u r4#rt an# di#4? tu kr>i4 ll# pria#ii#ra Tor fnivory of tb# pr#< iona moiai aitb i#to#tlon to itiapoi# or :i ? goanmo. No proof koaotor, iioiitJ b# round of any altainpi lo dtapoao of il, and .ho partlea foor In n inibar. aara r#ioaa?d fro? aamiy, llirr# haing no k ilaiklb.o oomp'aial a?a an 'hare ai.d ih'ia i?r.n n?ta.l raiUar < larai and mymanoualv eairlo# ftb 0P<ir?tl#n, Ih# ro? ill of wh.rh a*? # ). ?? ai ika ? P#a*a ol dai#riir# kooanraa E4MI16S Of TKfJkTUkTH: tilU. Uy a# a.iv.trn'al #rr?r .n ih# lafrr of owr ai ?r.?. aar> roviicmlau! from Haair'a lani##' pnh a hod r#*a.<1.f I ftia uroii earning* of tb* At law it U>? paar y?ar n art ai nua bnndrad and ihir'f -l*ri> lhi> taaad ' po'ttnl" staii n*. ('ahoild baa* t?**a (teau a* ihraa I bowlreJ mid ibictr-lwo tlnm.aaud-tb* tcVial iim, ?a ! ba!i*v<% being FOinawha: aha** ibat aiaonr.1. <?? i: a J the Xawfo'iAdlaad tin* raoairad owa burntf?d itnuaaitd |u,.,o4< atartlug. ao? aoi:ara >< ai.afrintad. THE YELLOW FEVEI. Tltr Kiildimb hi <l*lvtal?u?IU H*fn|r? ' Uian( ihtr \rm? OMi-ara?Tba HalarlH ml liralk* tiMfliil tfcr Carrliarr*. <i?i * **>? Tata*. '**? a. larr. t'ha ratlaw larai coatia a* uaabatad l>i Row*, aitaf Virjaou. i? anrr low. I?r AAafti* Mod -%! l? r* tar, Li ><?eu takaa wi?h the .'*. * . 11 -natal P *i .* i ou,fcr # ht tiyre"' nf. Oa?#T*l 'lrl?.l'? obi/ fMM > 4 t*M'** war* t?k**? 1**1 nigh'. Ka tin* 'aloft*- >h*j f ir ran* a. mil ?.i rryof* l!l( 'aidi\'ivl?i? nl Ih* I i'i lldflrll* alaaato*. 1 i?tit*b*a? 0*fr?t?. u har t>**u ai?W la t?k* tlm.gn ot ib* Kraadinea .? H raan, vita K itbaia, .i?ad. fia HaMI hi* m rabtg, ia a rarraw ml in* r*> ! *? > or iha raiat m ihla !<? ??*? dm a* b* tail U I of Ilia iaon?l? of A ? at i?..'y four ua' of i a ?'? ||* . <1 * < A lm|" li.BtOTitf <i| I' a <l-al ? aia ' r.|iai> wi ? w ntv-i ? lui rin*ti?* taalarda W**?T?OToa, vaf l*4T <;?>i*ml ' rid?n ?:* r*pli? to Hi* liaai.j ir ui ..f <? nmr Hi*' '!' r?. ? *??> < n * t* a.a a' New w?toa ii i'i* ti<?i fir iiau farm. Oanaral Or rtin irpo: ihar lliar ? ?.| ? ? .?* a r. H*. u in or Moini ilaiva*lon <!i for 4 .if, and '-a' IM ? i\i; ?i mH'Cilii* h of' ' ? i.a># mot# ?*aa V-r . a pi?* uf anafi.t la. *rt ??* ruaoitUM ?r'r l>r?iriii-il?i ?l !' >r Oil <hl|inlH| \m<l* ! T>?i HI l l*r?? I.KI I liiiixlxl nl * I jll.HUil Pr i i ??<**. it , .'t|i * 11*7. ( i tiv* flr* ac. irwi mi ? (' t oo o. jo (* ? ' r.ni.M* or i.i? ??*j ? '#?? Ti.i (Minting iu? o l toil it* p. .i.? ?i<1 > uf IV Tlroaa * l< |i, (il/K'* **o?k * 1 " !"> ' W>it? V ?o4 i!n '* fOBM? Bg 0f ' , . IM will 0(0 WMiIf ' IMO'I I 'HI Mkl Tiur'tt l.n*. ih***'m*??4 !</'? ? ITS 0-vi ?U.h ? jor1 <il'r .'Ov*'*! y ? ? fir* o" ( i a?*4 (rum .??* of > ?. i. ?( trm irum i r.oi'h ?* ? on tgoui m*4 Itfb' af. c* *of ir*?m of "r* l<> '?* *nl t<i t' ? *??? III* pf n. pal l?#a* an ?p. Mrown * Ooot I U <Xw I. >. la,-*r*?a Iviitti- i < ok A i a. #M.or* io *e* i.*?, i ?* > <v*i TiliOU* k i#k* ? CM; Cat' k Co. oil ?h ? mh, $li> 000, B?au? * #:*.?. h.mhar yat#. I*.*"*: , ' i? a A T0*r?*i?. r*k*f?. |l,<> ?> f| l imi aa* ?.% p ro 1.1.*. IU 01 A fa*orat'l# am* ?? pr??? , n > tUa I,.a*, an 1 pr?***i*'l ooa of Hi# laiaai . im" .jia'? # 1 ' rrao m Hi* l r*(i?a AMiVAl 5* SfH* C*??T AT CNMIEITB' ' ! l aalaat.n. 0 r., Oapi a, INT , n?n?r* i'aab*. *' iipoiail I.* Ola r*?i'y aa<1 *u* I *m*a<l aan Uii? * ? '?? i#4 <a#k *i iNa f Ml II Nan** L867. . HOU. THOMAS CAVE, M. P. HI* T??r TltCNih the Wnlen Mtntew-Itie Opl?lM / the People end Plaeet-HU l>e. pert ere for ?i|2?id Te-Uar. lion. Thomas Cere, If. P., the distinguished ted la. telligent Rngitsn gentleman "ho hat eipreteed in each a gratifying manner (he friendly sentiments he entertains toward* the United dotes and its people, haa recentir returned to this city from a tour of the moot lomprehenaire character throughout the Western portion our country. He ret urn i delighted and amaaed with IU wealth, Ite geographical position, Itc aalubrlona clfmato, the Intenao activity of ita population and the atupendouareaoureea of wealth within ite border*, which era being developed with a rapidltr that aeemt to him Incomprehensible. The epint or irresistible progress he ever/where diecerned. with tbe vast luiprorenients, in spito of obstacles that to a lest indomitable race would bis Insurmountable. Mil hum ninK.^I forward to a auo. ressfiii completion, struck blot wltb amazement. Tbli distinguished visitor u a ahrawd and clone obaerrer of men and naiional characteristics, and his opinions and suggestions are of incalculable worth. He bas taken e*peo a! pains to note everything of interest within bis line of travel, and is eloquent over its manifold attractions and boundless wealth. With a view of noting the social characteristics of the people, and all else that appertains to tbst ssotlon, be. immediately after his reception nt Washington in July last by the dlgnttariee there, aeiected the great line of Western railways, journeyed to Chloago, and at once started for Omaha city, the enterprising town tbst marks the Incaption of that great national undertaking, the Union Pacific Railroad. His Impressions and views of tho towns en rowfc, lbs people, their habits and proclivities, an<l tha wild regions beyond, with tbsir red skinned inhabitants, were perspiouously and eloquently given to the writer yesterday. ths raorr.s saw fucks ran wsst. Mr Cava, in no stinted praise, referred.to the Inhabl taut* Wen, their industrious character, their ability to surmount difficulties snd their general intelligence. "All mie workers," said he; "there are no drones, ovsry man has an objret In view, and well docs he apply blin If to its sue-easful consummation." In Omaha cltr. which he narrowly scrutinized, he was more than auiaaed at the grandeur of their public buildings and lazunotis saloons, Tha biliard halls, with their extent and ornata embellishments, seemed to bim to he almost Incoinpsnbl" with a country thnt had ut recontly been peopled with civilized residents. "The customs of lis < iUzens," said the distinguished gentleman, ' are peculiar, for at night tbey frequent en mmm these place', going from hard work to hard play." This phase of Wee'ern life, where the ruling, rugged men of that r g on start <t and sustained su h palaces of sraussment, eeemed s rcmirhshlo feature to Mr. Cave. Hero he found the Herndou Hotel, a large establishment, Oiled to overflowtnc with gHests; so much sn thnt it was with difficulty he could awnro accommodations. "It is," said he, "the ftl'bwst hotel in the United .-lutes, ami my experience has been extended But,'1 be continued. "George Fran<-te Train. the Irrepressible, who owns the greater part of this place, because of the ill troatment of guests there, fewfwntn '"daml re nattily finished a commodious hotel and Ire^d it to llio Messrs. Cozzcns, of West Point. New York, for five years, for the large rental of IHt.SOO per an mm. They will find it a remunerative iuvestineni in every particular " Mr, Cave referred to he rapidly increasing populaiion there, and noted that there was a great want or bouses snd small cottages in Oiruha Piare are plenty of e-ijiWe lots, bat a scarcity of mechanics to construct such reuses rent* to assume a frightful figure Not alone this, but the numerous r>?> d.nge of the Uniou Pacific Railroad would givo con ant employn.ea' to alt skilful srilw?n? who would seek 'hat city m their future home. Tho immediate vicinity >W Omaha is very beautiful and picturesque. Ha* -lie lowa of Ju'eshurg i >> miles west of Dcnyer, aloag the Invito road?a place that is hut Art weeks dt t e a coutolaa i.'WO tahab tan'.s of ths roughest character. where every man wsa armed with a revolver aad knife and murders were committed every night, and where one-third the houses are drinking saloons? aiiia -ed Mr. Cave He Lad been prepared for sights of > ru lv-t r ption. but it,:* town of gamblers, tt ieves, murderers aad disreputable women was somewhat beyond hie most vivid Imagination From this p<oce he and spue met trams of Mormons both going to aad return id* from the land of Brift.am Voung. In converse'.ca woh many hound to tbtdta es. be ascertained iUW giwi oivaaiieie irau wee r.i? in am it uih i\y ifeni lb* rrnl t>i Mnrtitomtm >u beonniarf to dewn, thc twio* r?ijrin raiiroad. thi? uedertak a* n< tbe rapid manner id which it ia Mac pwv'ed la a *rcee?fb! completion Mr. Car# ro( Ni aa ipeadoge. Tba rail* art twine laid within <? .a haadeed end Aft/ uilaaof tha baaa of tha Rockr W' a ? 'a lut ci '?:?#, ir ;t ? wail bandied and tha I itfii-4 4'alee l Oternmaa '.ate vl/orom measure* to p <.!?.?? it, within two /rare tha mail* from Europe to Aaia. wltt ail the travel, w.il to over tun road. He ihiata it the haat aad aborted route for European feita ? ib In ' a. J?|.?a aa M i. r ? Mr I ave aucgaated to ibe d nnn at tba road to Improve thalr land by pleating larch teaaa tfoa tba poorer aall. and thereby In a faw yea-* a*f .ma tba treat dearth tbat now enala tbar* fur waad Toe oemptoUoa at thla wmLM* Cava .. aetirea wit: bo tu of the ?.-aataM aehiaremenu of tba e~- ery It woe a haw aenvaltnn for tbia honorable geat.eame to travel twa hundred aaliaa la a railway car w ia a leaded ride et-neueuy Rotated out of tha *la4 >w It aaataed rather pe.?itier to hiea that tbla waa aaoaaatn < a a vtt: aad ewauiry ma etewa w taw *rur*aT are a no? r. Oavo <Vo?a aad eeaaidir the treopa aoav encaged in heit'ian with tha ladiaae of tba ngbt maunal. Tba/ n*e mlt foe inair pwn'iar oaadaur warfare Those who would aaaa pray tad barer with that* are tha Wartera ?dpi?ia wha are ready aau aatioaa to oid tho 4 orewioat ta ? air auppraaei -a aad attermioetloo, if aa> raety laaaa waa are 'wurafeoue, ' aaid ha, " to a IMM, aad tba/ omrnaal ma rraaiaet admiration." rttu ieraaaeH>n<. Mr tare rat a read tiled w?tta weadar at tha magald. a r of the oot.e ry aad tba gramaem of ilo people, aad although La hod jeuraeyrd through other eeotloat; oat a? 'ha haatniaa of tha white Mtualatna, which ha lUnte equal to aa/ af tba AJptaa eaaaaa for beauty and r>?adeem af aaewerp, ha awarda the aalaa to tha Waal. It to ate lateaitea to return to Leadua u?.day on the otaamar Vat a, hat with tba faatiac that ha muat aooo at'ira to raaaw tha p'raaaat frtaadahipa formed, aad atplaia fail bar tha great a am of tbU land. reyaf I CITY IITBLUOIHCK. # eaan-naa There waa eel/ oaa arrival at Oeareauna /oatorttey from aa t a footed part tha athoeaar A. r Lararatt, from ladiaao'a, Tataa No eaaaaoTatckaaaa are reported mm board af thio eiaaet; bat jaat hafoie laaetag led aan.a aea of tha offloare waa aanad with yellow fewer aad died aa vbara Tha cargo of th o I overall f ioaiota of raatoa wool aad hides Tboraara aaw a boot twee if ahipo la hi! bo-ag dotamad for parpoeao of d.aiofe.^1 a, bat there are oe com of diooooo, aad aaeal of tboae eim i will ehertly ha released. A ftiu fi'inat t? Liaao ? IWtortlwo Vnugbea yeatarda/ arraiiad ana Tb?teae A'lee. a aatad F.agliah price flgbtvr mm a ebarge /referred agatned hint h/ oortaln pA tovia'vre id who r-hilead that La abdactod from ' lewogw, MM llaia ago, a /a tag wemaa aamad Mar/ taa DrtdgM. tha wife af aaathar men. Alias dea.ee all kaewtedge af tha womaa. PaawMoa bcw Woe*- ???' a.t.o*??'i I wnv*i roo in t'irtr. ?riaao have jaw haoa aim)dated far the erection <? Ttaadali'e lotaad of aa eiweelve hoapital far woman ood ehUdraa. the pre mat l.utidlag haiag qnite icedequaie ?r the partewa tba buti ilt w.i] couaet a' a f reed mre' Vt'Hiag w]lh twa w (? aad pae !<oa? f r fortnltor mm aad ateH depart maata. oaa ho ad red feat long by Ib.rt/ wide. Theft Witt be l.mr at ?riea of brtrk aad etowe amy feet huh to the Uauvart roof. Ihe at/la t. o # f w.i I? . tv -..i,? ..-o'.-t aad two aide o.aamaaal to ware, aad replete with ad modern Unpuiiaiaaata Fine MaMaI* Raroar ?t .ra Maroliai Baker reperU ha total a amber of area aad alarm* for tba month of A uaal dn/ ei*. bolag aitr-ooeoo leao thoa oectirrad it July. Of tba ahava number tha member* of tho Mel ,U I'm a UrterlBat,! dlarwvrred aad aitta> I iiatiki w.thnat $1 fig II alarM, U< kafnra lima** t? a?r ?!?m waa 'ma Ki?ki |>ara?aa *ara ar raa>a4 ?a In ia ?f ar? >a, au<i an tarratipaiioa waa lada If tka Mnakai la ?aak raaa k*fora a nwlMlat aif i MM A pmmii a>aa4aa-a >* Hi# Martha) n- t. ? a.?iaai. u1 a <t;Pg?at tauaiioa aa4 iBTaatipatioa 'at* tl* aaoa* vt aa. 1 flra Ma aaao ma4a, aa<l ia arvaral hi t*? toT'-.im*i.<>a dill pa*4,a* a* far a* aaawrlaiaaf (ton war* Pawrtaaa Iwc*a4 arp At**, four fr^wi a - ..-aiaaa ?aa <* ai>4a* <a4 lamp*. fowr from gaaltrkta a..-i aaay* ?aa iktaa r*ra ttnrapipr*. iwj fruai alaaMi. <ap*r ?n# Oimb Ma< ua, ai-l tka naa aln from an *? 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VMS kw> k*4 4MB fHWHii ?r?i.MB ?f <* pr>?af B Vkf?M M Hi ?M IlllWI'l't** T?B Bkk KTMM. IH rmtH B BMMBM MT WlM HMyH 4 IM '"MCk M4 i?H ?M *BB MM! ?B ?MMM bf t>??mt *irr?? tf iM HmH r?Br*?" BMm.M* M Of ' MM Itl*k4?4 IM. WASHINGTON. PROCLAMATION BT TBE PRCOUfl ApprebendedObstrnctions to the Cifrretment of the Laws in the South. Ciril tad Military Offieen Eojoiaed to laforce the Decreet of CoirU. The Amnesty Proclamation Under Consideration in Cabinet Session* Wuasforow, Sept. 3, IWT. Franlamatlwu by the President. The following p roc Inn ?t ion won issued thin ifltntii by Mm President of the Uutted stats*:? a nuxxsuaitoit. Whereas, by the oooitltntloa or the United Stolen the nxeouilv* power ii vested In the President ef the United States of America, who it bound by solemn oath faithfully to execute the offic* of President, end to the bet* of his ability to preserve, protect and defend the eon* titutlon of the United .-tatee, and Is by tha same Instrument made Commander in-Chief of tba Army and Vary of the United Staiea, and is required to take care that the lawg be faithfully executed; and Whereas, by the same constitution It is provided that the aald cooatl.utlon and the laws of the United Statee which aba 1 be made In pareuanoe thereof eball be tho supreme law of the land, and the Judges in tvery Stale shall be bound thereby; and Whereas, in and by the same constitution the judicial power of the United Statee Is vested In one Supreme Court, and tn suob inferior oourte as Congress may from time to time ordain and establish, and the aforesaid jadiolal power U declared to extend to all cases in law and equity arising under the constitution, the laws of the United Slates and the treaties which shall be made under their authority; and Woeroaa, all offloers, civil and military, are bound by oath that tney will sup ort and defend the constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, and wilt bear true faith aud allegiance to the eame; and Whereas, all officers of the army and navy of the United Stele*, In accepting their commiseions under the laws of Congress aud the Rules and Article* of War, Incur an obligation to observe, obey and follow etieh directions aa tboy shall from time to time rocelvo from the President, or the General, or ether superior officers set over them according to the rules and dltoipllne of war; and Whereas, it Is provided by law that whenever, by reason of unlawful obstructions, combinations or assemblages of persons, or rebellion against the authority of the government of th# United States, It shall become lmpracll:ab!e, in the Judgment of the President of the United States, to enforce, by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings, toe laws of tbe United States within any State or Territory, the Exeoutlve in that cue Is authorized and required to secure their faithful oxecn fen by th* employment of the land and naval forces; and Whereas, Impediments and obstructions, serious In their character, have reeeutly been Interposed In the States of North Carolina apd South Carolina, hindering and preventing for a time a proper enforcement therein of the laws or the United States, and of tha judgments and decrees of a lawful court thereof, la disregard of th# command of th* President of th* United States; and Whereas, reasonable and well founded apprehensions oxlst that eueh HI advised and unlawful proceodlags may be again attempted there or elsewhere: Now, therefore, 1, A*wt*w Johsson, President of the Unltod States, do hereby wara all persons against obstructing or hindering la any manner whatsoever lb? faithful execution of the constitution and ths law*; and I do solemnly ealota and command all officers of the government, civil and mllltarv, to reader due submis- - lorn Md obodloao* M Mid law* Mid to tb* Judgment* I end decrees or the court* or lb* Unltod 9t*teo, and to (1?* *U tbo old In their power neoomary to tbo prompt enrorcoMoot nod execution or onld law*, deoreee, JudgI meat* and procea*. And I do bmbjr oojoin upon Mo | officer* or tbo army and nary to aaalst and sustain tbo court* and othor civil auiborttlo* or tbo United State* In a faithfal administration or tbo law* thereof, and la tbo lodgment*, dec re**, mandate* and proce** of the court* of too United State*. And I call npon all food and wall dwpoood citiiona of tbo United Stat** to romombor that npon the said oonotitntioa and lamt, and npon tbo Judgment*, doc roe* and proce** of the court* made in accordance with lb* wmi, depend th* protection of tbo Uvea, liberty, property and bnpplnoa* of the people; end I exhort them every whore to teeUTy tbolr devotion to tbolr country, their pride In It* proepenty n*d groate em, end their determination to aphoM It* rro* I tarnations by benrtr co-operation in tbo etfort* of the government to euetaln tbo antbority of the taw, to maintain the supramaoy of the federal oen- i etltutlon, and to proMrre unimpaired tb* lnte(rltf ol the national Union. In testimony wheroof I have caused tb* seal of tb* UnlMd State* to be affixed to thee* preaenU, end alfa the seme with my band. Done at the city of Weebington, the third day of Sep lember, in the year one thonmad eight hundred end aixty-eeven. ANDREW JOHNSON. By tbo President: Wntni H. Srvsno. Secretary of Slate. Cabled Meoflnc?The Amnesty I'rorlomatlon I ?<?r < ODaldcralion?(Jonrrnl Urnat Net -\ Prrirat. It ? understood that tba aubjeet of on amnesty poo* clamatioa was undar consideration V tbe Cabtn<* t? day. There ore indications that It will be lasted lb to ' wank. Deoeral Orant a few days ago requested the President to oteeee him from attending tbe meet!op* of the Cetriaet oieapttag when military aflhira were to be discussed. He was not present at tbe meeting to-day. Defalrallsa bp a Clerk ! the Offloe sf the Comptroller ef the t'orreery. While the Committee appointed by Secretary McCtiU loch was Inyeetigatlng the effhirs of the Treasury they discovered that a defalcation had been committed by n clerk la the efBoe of tbe Comptroller ef the Currency. Tba results ef the inquiry thus far show that tha defalcation involves about four thousand dollars, i which was moony racatvsd as roes from national banks The defaulting clerk la now on leave of abeeeee and In at his horns In New York State. The Impair fomptrollnr of tbe Currency ban gone to the home of the clerk for the purpose of farther investigation. and it la aaid that the money will ba restored, s? that tba gevaramaai will not be a loser la the matter, bsrrrlary Ho ward's (Manor, thertly after the now Itelian Minister was offldally i?ca>v#d la that spec ty. the Secretary instate eaterta net bim with a dinner aa a mark of weleome, and tninevaaing the guests at his tabla wtrn the Tarklah ? Mlate nraed wife. * f>artag tbe paet swk FvcreUry Reward gava a parting diaaer to i*oaer Rom ere ? toother Nssilas of the AaeeHntlon of Rs. brnsv Oarers sad Heldlera In Klrhesond. Aa adionraad meeting of the Aaanetatioo of ai-Calied Sutao I'Tcora, Solders and Pallors waa bald la Rtehat -ad to sight. A ronoluuoe inviting cortes pondsoee w'th all si army and navy men In the State for the tar ' ?antt ef the eMect of the aaoncwtioa was unnn> mutely adopted- Thin amocletlnn la In dirtet oppoalt"* to tha keooi.aU ee unadulterated black men's r^T la aa addrsss adapted at ihis sacond meeting i*I as-owed the nanenUitai In unuteosu rod terr- . ? ?? a ajiMs.f for than Tk* -??w ? r??r?li niMrin mf TrailTM ? !? appotniad r?l1?i-tvr of tnu-oil nT#?u? in tha * arik kw< i of Tim ta Jndg% r. Kriu, * ?**> *1 "Mr*?k fr<MM kai T? AMCSTT 'ISClAMiTtM-~TMf TKAMT nwg.i. iPrnwika li<n i| r<iNrtm ?f y?r'f,,*7-1tuair.*'1' ? 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