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quo, with M. Thiers as Chief of the Executive, for another two yearn. M. Thiers asked for a vote of urgency upon both motion* and obtained U, The difference between tjio proportions oFtlie |wo parties is sirapty this:?The ffi.roer ^ooeBtl^ yg^tTshmc^t of a raprtbtic, whue iue latter does not want a re*>' public at all, but desires to evade the question by delav until an opportunity may arrive for setting up a king. J. Flak, Jr. A great deal of unseemly mirth has broken out over the country at the expense of our distinguished townsman, Colonel Rear Admiral J. Fiak, Jr. The illustrated journals have fairly exhausted tbeir stores of comic Illustrations, the dailies have been ponderous in their jokes, and now the rural Jones takes up the ?ubject, and our exchanges come laden with false accusations, vile innuendoes ana coarse abuse. This, too, after we had almost forgotten the whole thin; in this our city of daily and hourly wonders. ' Well, it is getting to be fatiguing, and we not only protest against the wearying repetitions that, like an oft told tale, rex the ears of a drowsy man, but wo are moved by a sense of 4uty to hurry to the defence of our distinguished fellow citizen. We say, breathes there a man with soul so dead who never to himself has remarked, this is our own, outtownsman, Piakf or words to that effect. If auch a man breathes we feel impelled to say that be must be ashamed of himself. We hasten to the rescue of Colonel Rear Admiral Fisk, Jr., and hope, by a judicious military statement of facts and comments thereon, to put an end to this improper jesting and fun-making and loud laughter that obscures history and does injury to the fair fame of our distinguished townsman. It seems that objection is taken to the fart that when the gallant Ninth appeared charging in upon the rioters Colonel Rear Admiral Fisk, irT/appTaTcSTnlilfl shirt sleeve p. Wftv:. iiig his major's sword. '"T'lTfc ' No*r, looked at from a correct point of vfiVw, military and otherwise, we can see no reasonable exception to the shirt. Shirts have ap-' poured conspicuous in literary, historical and military annals. First, there was the shirt of Nessus. This garment Infrequently referred to by orators. When a man is suffering from compunctions of conscience he is said to be wearing this classic garment and not to like it. It is glaimed that our literary Mayor, Oakey Hall, has put himself inside of such a garment for example; and, according to our excitable Irish citizens, His Excellency Governor Hoffman has not only the shirt but nough material for a pair of drawers. But then our Irish fellow citizens are Imaginative. Then vre hare Hood's "Song of the Shirt," and, gWinlng through the wreck of fallen monarchies, appears the red shirt of Garibaldi. The shirt was the right thing, evidently. But in addition to this we find, on consulting standard military works, such as 'ilnrdie's Tactics," Halleck'n "Art of War" and the New Tork Tribune, that It is proper for the general in command to avoid unnecessary exposure. The head of the army is generally, in a crisis, the salvation of the army. Had Colonel Rear Admiral J. Fis&, Jr., appeared in his regimentals with that diamond on his martial bosom, gleaming like the headlight of a locomotive, he wonld doubtlessly have drawu upon himself the concentrated fire of old boots, lead cats, brickbats and bullets. What folly were this I There is here, however, a fact that is not taken into consideration. Our gallant friend is not only of the military, Colonel of the gallant Ninth, but he is also a naval h?ro, being, as we have said, Rear Admiral. Now, when the urgent demand reached him tor a boat he bad to retire, divest himself of bis military ?* %?! ik. \uk..i i vii? ?iiu uuu mo uikvai uitiiut IU. ?i uni, would a naval order be sont In a military uniform? Naught. Such conduct would be death to all propriety, and propriety, accord iji'4 to the hiajh authorities atvjvo referred to, is the soul of discipline and drill. Then, again, we leara from Molfcre, in his cUssia comedy of the "Miser," the importance of a coat:?"A. change of coat made my one servant a coachman or a cook." it is not too much to say that a coat makes the gallant Fink an admiral or a colonel. Before this important naval order could ha completed tho clash of arms announced the deadly fray, and our hero, hastily throwing >>t his naval character, hastened in his sbirt sleeves to the head of hi* gallant regiment "CJod bless It!"?and waved bis major's sword. Now we know nothing in the military autbo rities before mentioned, or in the constitution as amended, that prohibits a colonel fro in wearing his major's sword if his own sword is not handy. This is the correct thing if the colonel's sword is a handsome dress sword, set with diamonds and a present from t h e regiment?"God bless it!" This sword, like l'ls tabrt d" man p'rrr," has to be guarded . with jealous care. What a shame, what a humiliation it would have been to have had the swonl of the Colonel taken by the mob and borne in triumph over the deoayed eggs, sb tibialis and guns of the mob! The gallant Ninth would have died with vexation at snch a result This was to be avoided at all haxard. W?.r .1,1 w fiml anything but admiration for he position of our hero whan he was unhorsed. He wis in the van, fur in the ran, in bin shirt sleeve*, waving his major's sword. Colonel Bear Ad rural Fisk, Jr., knew enough of the art of war to be well aware that a skirmish (in* was necessary in a great engagement. A skirmish line, say Harriie, Hal leek and the learned Greeley, is necessary to feel the enemy and hold hia in check until the army f is well prepared for action. Our hero saw at a glance of his eagle eye the necessities of lbe situation, and immediately resolved himself into a skirmish line and advanced on the enemy. The skirmish line felt the enemy, j and the enemy felt the skirmish line. [ W* niny suppose, with reasonable con- | lecture, that the skirmish line held tlie foe iu chock. While the enemy was engaged in kicking the skirmish line, anil with deadly I ( intent putting its off ankle out of joint, It. could not well advance. Crowded in a narrow street, beyond the reach of the police, not well organized, distracted by its allies pitching Into the street from adjoining houses all sort* of projectiles, Improvised from chamber furniture, it 1? reasonable to suppose that fltow Y' a ratal delay occurred, and the military huA full time to deploy into platoons, flunk the town pump and secure ita threatened (tank upon Tomkins, green grooer, aud thus insure an easy victory. Of the Colon's subsequent movement.*/ how fa* e*<rlcaU& uT'rTThllP" ing force thaVj^ some time pressed upon hi* front, rear and flank?how he retreated in a masterly mannor upon a bakery and narrowly racapcd a siege, how he succeeded in making his retreat behind a fence and worried the enemy by a cunning disguise found in a laborer's jacket, and a shoeblack, who changed in a twinkling the blond mustache of our hero to a brilliant black?all these and many more military movement* are well known to the world. Their significance in a military point of view seems lost, howover, to the thoughtless, and so will remain until the gallant soldier, like another Ceesar, writes bis commentaries, which, we trust, he will proceed at ooce to do at an early day. A Reerher la Trouble. A Beecber in trouble Is an event that sur- j i prises no ono provided the trouble in soma ( way pertains to ecclesiastical affair*. All of the family have had their Church difficulties. The latest event in which "one of the Beechers" 1 flgnred was the case of the Rev. Dr. Edward Beecher, who has been asked by a part of his congregation at Galesburg, 111., to reBigu his pastorate of the church. This Dr. Bcecher very promptly and properly acceded to, though to the Borrow and disappointment of many of his people. 1 The case is not a very remarkable one, except that it shows there are some people who are not even satisfied with a Beecher ministering to them in holy things. Such persons must be very hard to please. Whom they could prefer or what manner of a preacher they would desire it Is no easy matter to determine. Indeed, we think that a Congregational church which can dispense with the ^pastoral wrvtCls of even tEf yk'kllcst of _tbe having once obtained them, Would find fault with the preaching and certainly with the doctrines of St. Paul. Nothing ^an satisfy some people except a new sensation or a nqw preacher every Sunday. The ability of a small faction in a Church I like that which compelled Dr. Beecher to retire from his charge to work successfully against the desires of a whole congregation is, independently of mere Beecherian considerations, much to be deplored. It is certainly a pleasant sight, and one which betokens much Christian earnestness to see nn aged pastor laboring amoug a people who have loved and honored him for half a centtiry. The frequent change of ministers in Protestant Churches indicates a want of the true Christian spirit. The factions hostility of a few Galeaburg people to Dr. Beecher is only a sample of what is going on all ovef the country every day. It is a sin against wliioh few men have the courage to preach, and yet it is one of tho crying evils ?f the day. We hope this case will serve to call to it tbc attention of Christian people in every part of tho country. Personal Intelligence. General B. H. liiil of the United .States Arm;, is al trie Grand Central. Ju>ltfp Johnson, of Oregon, is enjoying a respite from Judicial duties at the Sturtevant House. A. X. Mullett, supervising architect of the Post Onice Department at Washington, to stopping at tue Aslor House. Georire B. McCaitee, Superintendent of the PrintId? Bureau or tnc Treasury Department, Is still at I lie Gllffy House. General Gonoff, special military agent of the Prussian government iu ibis country, is ulayiug at the Hoffman House. Governor A. J. Ogieshy, of Illlitoli, yesterday arrlyeri at tbe St. Nicholas Hotel. Hon. Captain Legge, ot England, Is a sojourner at the Clarendon Hotel. General J. C. RoUlnson. of the United States Army, la quartered at the Asior House. Dr. J. C. Ayer, or Lowell, Ma-?s? is at the St. Nicholas. Commander R. B. Lotvry, of the United stales Navy, lias quarters at tiic Futh Avenue. Nile* G. Parker, Treasurer of tlio stale of South Carolina, is again at the t*t. Nicholas. General I). Vickers, of New Jersey, is sojourning at the Hoffman Hou*e. William U. Judah, of Florida, is at the Spingler Bouse. General W. II. Colo, of Illinois is quartered at the St. Nicholas. P. S. Giimorc, uf jublithe fame, sailed yesterday for Europe. Judge George Gree ne, of Michigan, is a dweller at the Astor House. Captain H. F. Nicholson, of tno Royal Navy, yenlcrdoy arrived at the Firth Avenue. General L. B. Freixe, of Providence, la a resident of the St. Nicholas. Dr. Trumbull, of Loudon, is nmoDg the sojt uraer.s at the Fifth Avenue. l?r. O'Sulllvan, of Canaaa, is at ine Auror llunse. General G. J. Mage, of WatLins, N. Y., has taken quarters at the St. Nicholas. Surgeon A. I>. Renuody, of the United Slat?a Navy, lsstajlng at the Fifth Avenue. THE LUUI8IAKA REPUBLICANS. Uenpriil l.on?airret D?i?n*rn tk? Inler'errue* of (be .Ullltnry at ibe Krpublleau t'unTKRilna?Tb* Reamal *1 the (federal OHcera la Mew Orlram l>?H>idci. Nr.w Oki.kans, August 12, 1871. Ceueral Jatues lamgstreet. Surveyor of this port, appointed by President drum, anrt a warm supporter of hla administration, declared that there wan no excuse for the presence of rue military and depotj marshal* In the recent Convention of the republican*, and that the state military, of which he Ih hlraaell the Adjutant General, was sufficient to to preserve peace If b) chance mere had be*n violence. Since the f?cn us to the presence of United *tnti ? troops have tieen known Una indignation Is more general, and It is the general beiler that President drant will remove all tn.' federal officers here, otherwise he will grently injnre himself. hupenntendent Sypher, In charge of repair* on the cusiam House. say* lie. u?o, wax prevented entrance on convention duv unless lie wns pos-.tM?e'i of? pass from the CUMom House officers favorable to thorn. It Is believed that. Marshal l'MCkard, Collector Cnsev and others will he promptly removed n.r the President. ROWDIIBJ^ RAMPANT. Ilohnken PUttaaatsHtaa llorli. Within the past couple of woclra rnfflaiusiu ha* been ou the increase in lluhoken. on Tuesday ntghl a man named 1'eter Mu.len w.ih oeuteu senscievi m ar-if. Willow atreai. Charles Arnold, a cilUen of t'nioti flil', wfia brutally heaten and robbed on the following uigtit while pas-inn a mm den kept by ? notorious Individual named Nick lander. jobn P. l.ever. ol New York, grossly Insulted pa. >sengers on a lerryboat on friday night and i?u? ariAnted b? the police. Joiin Johnston aud George Clay ktekej one WUUaui Oernin? tu a ferocious manner yesterday. Fred. Yo'.gcr, a New Yorker, attempted to roll a man at the LUnsa Llou.se yesterday, and when Interlered with by I.awretice Weise, the prourtctor, lui tore the clothes off tae latter and beat him severely. Hi was secured b* Officer Robinson and comirirted ;o prison, liobofcen r>iu *0011 get "uo head" at this rate. ORK HERALD, SUNDAY", IMPERIAL MEETING AT GASTELY. Herald Special Report froiu N The Emperors William and Francis Joseph to Confer iu the Presence of Prince Bismarck and Cuuut Beust. 0 Prince Bismarck Arrived at Berlin. The Marked Cordiality in the Relations of the Two Governments. The Vienna Press on the Imperial Meeting. TELEGRAM TO THE NEW TOW RERALO. The following despatch has boen received from our correspondent at the capital of Germany: ? Berlin, August 12, 1871. Prince Bismarck returned to-day to Berlin from Varzin. lie goes to Gastein to be present at the meeting of tho Emperors William and Francis Joseph. The official Cross Gazette says that the Emperor of Germany will remain three weeks at Gastein, and that Count Beust and Prince Bismarck will assist at the conference of the two monarcha. /' ..J" . tt ?r? ' *?.'? ; *!' WHAT THE HENNA .TOUBNAL3 PAT ABOUT IT. The tone of the Vienna journals has greatly changed with regard to Germany. The }fcue Frcie Ptesie says that the official relations between the Cabinets of Berlin and Vienua have slowly but steadily improved, and that an entente eordiale has been established which canuet but promote the welfare ot the two empires. prince bismarck thanks count beust. The good understanding between the two Courts ia of a very recent date. It commenced with the flattering remarks of Count Beast with regard to Germany at a late meeting of the Reichsrath. Prince Bismarck thereupon thanked him officially, and in timated a desire that closer relations may be established between Austria and Germany by a meet ing between the Emperors William and Francis Joseph. The proposition was gladly embraced by Count Beust. An Imperial conference was then arranged to take place at Gastein. BE CIVIL TO KAISE1S WILLIAM ! A clerical journal iu Vienna has received V A tan official warning for having spoken disteppectfully of Germany and the Emperor William. ENGLAND. Lord Chief Justice Cockburn the British Arbitrator Under the Tr eaty of Washington Terrible loss of Life by the Gun Cotton Explosion at Stowmarket. TELEGRAM TO THE NEW TQSK HEHALfl. London, August 12, 1871. The report thai. Lord Chief Justice Cockburn had been appointed arbitrator for Great Britain under the treaty or Washington is confirmed. fit was erroneously reported in a despatch last Thursday that Karl Russell had been appointed arbitrator for Great Britain.?Ed.] rUOCRKDIVW to BCsrvMS, The drawing ?P of the case for the British government has been entrusted to the Lord Chancellor, with Lord Tenterden and Professor Montague Bernard as assistants, and Sir Rouudell Palmer win act a* counsel lor Great Britain beiore tho Board of Arbitration. THP orv cotton f.xptosiov. The gun cotton explosion at stowmarket was terribly destructive of life and limb. Twelve persons were Instantly killed or fatally injured and forty others were severely or slightly wounded. Inteuse excitement has been occasioned by the disaster, and is Increased t>y me feur which prevail* of lurther explosions. Another despatch from Stowmarket says eighteen deaths are known to have oeeurred from the explosion in that town, anil that ulne pet sons are missing and supposed to have perished. Fifty, seven are injured more or less seriously. A 8c1bvn8t kkwakued. It is paid tnat AH red Russell Wallace, the eminent traveller and ornithologist, is to tie created a baronet. CHILE. Prrftitfeotiitf Plm-iion In C'hile?Nurrean of the fJoTcrnni'-iii CundidRiP ?.Sketch til llta Frdtrlr* Krraturl/. Since I lait wrote yon Chile |r?? pa??ed very quietly through the crisis of a Presidential election, and the result na" been iavorablo for the government candidate, Don Kederlco Errazuriz. for whom a very large majority of the electors was returned. ]n Valparaiso an>l Santiago tho voting was conducted with the greatest order; there wtw little noise and no disturbance. Tu some other part- of the republic there was more disorder, bnt nowhere a riot, and. still les?, any attempt at revolution. Suffrage here Is bv no means universal, as out of a population or nearly two unllions but forty thou- ' sand are qualified voters. The ronulsitn qualitleaiions are?to be of lawful age (twenty-live years, or ir married twenty-one): i?> tie able to read and write, and to have 4 certain Income of at least $2U0. The struggle just ended was of unusual signtlrance, as the opposition to tue government eoinprised a large portion of ilie wealth and luteinjienc.o 01 CUilc, hiiiI announced ?s its platform, in add It ion to oilier needed reforms, a determination > to curb th? power of the clergy In political affairs to secure eniire. freedom of religion, and, 01 cout.-e, to separate ere tone * tiureii from State. Tho contest lias been very nmmaied, and tin re is but. little douol that had it. not oocn for the great patronage at the disposal of the trovernnienf ami its other mentis of infltt 'ticiitir tli<? electors the rr. null woulu t.ave hcen <1 liferent. The Pre?lUent Is m the ptlr.ie of life, ami on? , of the ablest, men In <"li4Io. He tu hitil a inng ami Tailed experienco lu public affairs, ami nas served j ax the tara<l of nearly every executive bureau. a.- ! Man he? n Minlsier of Foreign Affair*, Minuter of the Interior, Minister of .Justice ami Mininter of War, and has served In ?k>j ti branches of riie national Congress. It tie does tioi permit hliusi-K 10 be made the tool of the clerical party, wliioti contributed <o largely to hi* election (and tbo>e n ho know him best say thai there is no diuijrer of this1, hi* term of office will bo memorable in the annais of this country. The United 8tafe? steamer tCarragansett, Comntauder Meade, arrived from the Ktralt* ot Mageiluu t un Uio tttb aa<i sailed ivr ban Kuuav.'v va Juljr ?. AUGUST 13. 1871.?TKlPLI mm ium riot! Herald Special Report from Dublin. ' 'vr<-^2*r^R*^irr'' J ? l The Anniversary of the Siege of Londonderry Celebrated by a Fight Between Orangemen and Roman Catholics. MANY DANGEROUSLY INJURED The Troops Charge the Crowd with the Bayonet. A Member of Parliament and Many Others Arrested. TELESAAM TO THF HEW YORK HESALB. i The following despatch has been received from our correspondent at the Irish capital:? Dt.m.iN, August 12, 1871. The anniversary of the siege of Londonderry was celebrated in that city to-duy. At an early hour this morning a large procession, headed by banners, marched down the principal street. The men all wore green so shea and emblems commemorative of the anniversary. A. COt.NTlCU DEMONSTRATION. The Orangemen got up a counter demonstration, and a collision ensued by the meetiug of the two hostile parties. From insultf 4l? ' * lng epithets it came to blows, and a scene of indescribable confusion and uproar ensued. The authorities bad foreseen the conflict. A strong force of police was kept, ready and interfered as soon as the fight broke out. The police, however, became mixed up with the | crowd and rendered the confusiou still worse. Sticks and clubs were used indiscriminately. Tllli MILITARY 0*0M 'I'll a 80KNK. A detachment of troops came to the rescue of the police and charpe?l the rioters with the bayonet, woun<ling several of them dangorously. The police at last succeeded in dispersing the combatants. Mr. Johnson, a member of Parliament, was recognized as one of the rioters and arrested, with several others. Great excitement prevails all over the city. The number of the wounded has not yet been ascertained, nor Is it known whether any have been killed by the military. SWITZERLAND. The Appointment of the Swiss Arbitrator Upon the Alabama Claims To Be Delayed. TELFGHAM TO THE NEW YORK HERALD. Kkrne, August 12, 1871. The Swiss Federal Council lias resolved to reserve the appointment of an arbitrator, on tlie part of Switzerland upon the Alabama claim.*, until utter those of ?ugland and Italy are selected. tittc r!wnT.i?Ti A fhe Disease m Germany?Measur3s cf the Im? perial Government to Check Its Spread. TELEGRAM TO THE NEW YORK KEPALO liKKUV. August 12, 1871. The Imperial government, us well as lUe local authorities, Have adopted tlie tnosi xtringcnt measure* ror (he prevention of tbc spread of the cholera. Twenty-three persons were attacked wiih the dl?ea.se at KonlKsburtf yesterday, thirteen of wtiuut are aireaily dead. Two eases have appeared in the south of R?w?ia. INTERNATIONAL YACHTING-. The Royal Victoria Regatta?The Race Won by the Gertrude?Mr. Ashbury's las;? It is To Be the Livonia. I I TELEGRAM TO THE NEW TOM HERALD. Lonpon, August 12, ]s7i. Tiie regatta of trip Royal Victoria Yacht squadron c.imo off yesterday. Among tho yachts wliicli started wan Mr. Ashbnry's Livonia. TUc race wan won by the Ueitrnde, which took the Kyde Cup. The flnrriHon second, taking tne money prize, ami the Livonia was sixth. After the race tho Llroula went into dock for alteration)*. 1'omjfodore a9ubcky ua1 changed his minp. Commodore Ashbury has, in consequence of hrr victory over the Kgerta, reconsidered his detenu i- ' nation not to Mend the yacht Livonia to America. ?he Ls to be docked to-day for an alteration of her keel, tier dpars will subsequently be reduced, an>I she will sail shortly for New York In puce of the Cambria. NAVAL. j The American Steam Frigate Gnerriere Was j Ashore at Leghorn. TFlffiHAM TO THE NEW YORK HEUUO liONPOX, Aiifusl 1.', is;I. fi proven to have Imv-h the American steam frltfa'e Guerrk-re. Captain T. II. Stevens, wUlch was ashore recently off Leghorn. The Kuttsli iron-clad Warrior ha* not been ashore. i he Guorrlere was rescued from Iter portion* poeltioa aeveral ?laj? w> mm lowed to r>pe//,iii ror repair*. HORRIBLE D13A8TERJH A OOAL SHAFT. Krokl'C. Iowa. Atifu-i 12,1871. ' Near Bdrtyvtlle. Iowa, yesterday, Wiiuani Krisrc*. 1 Intending to reopen un old coal shaft, f-ent Ins *oti ' and daugUter to dtp out uan-r. t tie Hon put down a i 1 ladder and was ?BfTocat>-d b? Are damp. The sister not firarins film also descended. Bnggs coinlnc to the inme wim his hrotLer nnd a hired innn, and not ? bearing his children ili"? ali-o desceutlcd. out) after . another, wuking Ave pemtns Ado were HUtTucat^ft. A; tin last accounts nut two boJies hail been re dv- 1 ered. j i EUROPEAN MARKETS. ' t I.ISIXIN M""!*1* Maiici I,om.o?i. Anjint U I ,K 1". I M.?CuDi'1!* tt for m io?r an I'.li? ar.'u'int I n.ieit I Sino-i 8?e-nv?n?f biindi, IW:'?. Si ?; lMt'i, old, W>?; |5<7'?, ' I His; ten-fort.es, XI. KKtntMitr M'^vTf Fftt>arc*r, Avif.U 11 Kr 'ntar ?I'aawt Stales ur? twenty bamu rlocd at s<*a for the nut' of IMS. LIVSPOOI. Cotton Livirpooi., AujnM IJ I 1.0 P. M.?Th? nwikn dosed c<?ifr; in.<10Mm uplands, SVil.; loi'i'lilng Utlrui, SHL Tli? ? >* uf tti?- day h*Tf j Kern *."0(1 frtlM, Inclurtlnt 1,000 for ?nd ipveulatlnn. < Ltvci.root. I'auvinio.sn Mai'.kkt.?LtvmrooL, Au(nit I?, (mi.I, 44*. 41. j??'r owl. Liviaeooi. PaoniTiia Markkt. Ijivrsroor., Anrnl 1 li~ ftetiB??> ueuglt un, l*tl ? KSU.,r?f I 5 SHti&r. the w\\ simh Herald Special Report from r rank fort. I' " "~ ^Tbf (talaurc of the Ntw Loan Surcmfully Plarrd by the llnitfd Stiitrn Treasury A^ntv A Compliment to American Credit. TlLEGflAlM TO THE NEW TOR* HEiUUL The following despatch has been received from one of our correspondents in Germany:? Frankfort on- nut Main, ) Angnst 12, 1871. ( The mission of thi? United Stales Treasury agents in Frankfort has hern successful be. y wim uu n.\ [ircLUi Mm. Numerous applications we re made in them by bankers from the principal ?;itie? of Germany. The whole amount remaining?viz., one hundred aad thirty millions?hits been placed at the terma flxod by tho government. The financial journals of this city mention Ibe new loan in terms of commendation. Th? Xf.w United Stair* t.ann in Itaalmitf* London, August 12, 1X71. Tho TinMtt money article to-day states that the amount of the funded United State? loan taken by bankers here will be offered to tho public next week by Messrs. Jay Cooke, McCulloch ?t Co. ROME. AnutUer Xuw Syllabus Spoken Ot?Will Kmni-r be fulled on (o Aid III* llolinen*? . Proipri'io of a Minrnvtlon Between Italy aad Franco?The Pope** Health?A Kecnption at the Vatican. Ifiiu v lull in i ->*i To-day the Cardinals and Councillors or the llt.ly inquisition hold an extraordinary meeting, which tends to conflrm a hlinerto prevalent rumor that wo are on the eve of a new Syllabus. The Pope lias prohibited all good catholics In tliii city irout readtug the liberal Journals. What, then, will 1)9 ihe topic of the now Syllabus? The Oiimionc recclvc* the following explanation of the subject rnun l'arls:?"It is said that Monsisrnnr Chigl. Apostollo Nuncio, has communicated to M. Jules Kavre, Minister of Foreign Affairs, the text of a new f\yilaiun whtcli the I'ius IX. wishes to publish, it is thought that the occupation of koine on the part of itie Italian government Is the reasou which urges tne Tope to take this step. It Is certainly from Franco that the court of tlio Vatican expects the aid anil restoration lor whtcii the bishops and entire clortcal party in that country Are aonlatlllL'. The Os.ie.rviltorp UoiarliW. tlio ctlTI ctal organ of the Vatican, loses uo opportunity of instigating France to connote herself l?r Her heavy dereats from the Hermans by eauy victories ov er tuc Italian.-' in a Holy caii.su. The Oa?' /va'orr, or this day has tut following article ou thU subject:? *, i -., All the hiahnp* or France are mnVln< revy earnest representations tu tUe French tovp utiictil to i[iv? It < must afiiioua attention to the Roman iueMuu CatkoUo Franco to of "tiu accord and full ot' ardor tor the Holy Si-e. lift indignation ajuln^t Italy ln?te:id of calming down It no the Increaae. Moreover M. Thiers In thl* question .? b>>iin l by h (k precedents. He has always taken part in the most invortaut dj?cusilona on this question, and It la dl,coUr*r? h-.> e r mime d rulebraied, ao that thore are uo grounds lor (usped!!!* that bin ideaa tnivc been modified. TUe Ossrrralnr* then nuote.s th^ nnielh- <> Franc? whose language In still stronger on the subject:? The Italian revolution has 'ertnitlre.T InsN led Itaelf fa Runic. Tiie Toiie >a raorully a prisoner In the Vatican. the durlafye cuaraute>-ii offered by the liullati 1'arliametit area reel demonstration 01 the stale of de.-radat! in mid humiliation to which lliev aspire i t reduce il upteme 1'ontH. rhe altuatlon of the Papacy at Rome ha. become intolerable. France Is Catholic uml conservative t fi. Nowhere, ao well us IU our i onntry, ha* the importance of lhl? Koroau question been understood, in aerlou* at the lir?; mid more serious atlll. It thai in posalfcle, at (iresiiut. Tlie Uauttrs goes on to hh.t tFuit rrance (i.iq !>eon especially invosted t?y Providence wlih the d??ieiiec ol the Holy .See:? France understands her mission. I."t her n? rsatoced to kartell and sbe trill know u.w to Mil til It, The Onswvatnrr of to-dav also devote* a column to a translation from tiie German Catbotto paper, Wahrhritqfrruii'l, of the description (if the t'ontlti- I cal jubilee festivities at Cincinnati, and announces 1 thai the jubilee was celebrated with e*|aal solemnity in all the principal cities of the lj nited Mates, and Hint ail tin-American joiirnaln are full 01 descriptions of these cut huala.it ic and sploiidiu festival*. The Pope has recovered from hit temporary indisposition. and haw resumed energetically ills occupa tion oi receiving the congratulatory deptua'ton* of ail countries and an categories, who courinue to pour out, their gifts ami addreases at the foot of his throne, on Saturday morning His lloiiue* admitted to his presence 112 employes of the ihiteri;* and apostolic chancry, offices immediately depend ing upon hlmseii, and hitherto inexhaustible sources of income, as lroui them proceed the t'apal diapennations f-ir the celebration oi marriage between persons of nearer degrees of Itlndnd than ar? u?unily sanctioned by ihe Church, winch di-uens^'ion- are heavily paid for by Catholic? ml over the world, ton especially m Jspain, whence immense sums have un til now bee* annually iwiureil Into me Materia curlers. lit" HolmeM, alter accepting the employ s address and otTei nig of a purse con taming 0.1100 fiancs Hi gold, ma le tb< m a suitable speech in reply, and alluded vwtlt expressions of pain fnl regret to the i?ecuniary ios-t s the luteru would have to sustain '?y the legal institution of civil nmr riage*. Ttje I'opt' nnwrter. wimocu iiin i>v assuring them Hint in *i?ne of the iiangeis now impending over the Cliuieli the (lint! result will l<?: nrioouljfiiljr triumphant. "The bark l< still afloat, unit Kotne will ever be a rock against which the eri??. ivoro of revolution will i>?: all d isho'l to atoms." tup LiOrrul add-< tout Plus IX. wound up his -pc eti ?>y sanng:?"Bellov nio, gentlemen, I am weary, wear* of ntuying in here.'' Whether Hi* llniini~* meant In Koine or in tho Vatican a* a prisoner is not very clear. Tlic trauhf?a of the capl?:i1 proceeds hat slowi*. The localities dentlneo to the ministries, pui>hc office* aii<i two Cliauihnrft of Parliament are r:n fi jui teauv.and no doubt ttae government employ--, wlio entertain exaggerated fears of Hainan malaria [ever, will be glad of any excuse to delay their :ir rival in tins capital nn; 11 the sultry month* ol Jn r Mki a'lg ii t hp- 0*1 r. WEATHER REPORT. wak Dkpartmkm. 1 Oj I ICK Of TIIK I'Htrr HlUKU. llmcKK,' washinoios, August 11? 7 P. m. ) .fynt>iislf for t.h* Pit >' Tiri'iity./ivir Hvtt'f. The barometer remain* without malarial change it the Hockv Mountain stations. I'tie high pres ore north of Wisconsin Friday afternoon now xlend"* rrom Northern Michigan eastward into ' nmio 'III#. Inv l>ur<im?*!*?r in \'.w I l? vntral in Mawachuiielt*, wl'h threatening weather iud ruin nonfhwariJ. Tlx- barometer ha* fallen iery (renerally from Minnesota i<> Kansa* and in :hi* Oulf Mate*. The temperature i?. lower liian yeaterdaj on Like* l.'rie awl Onrano, nut h(?s rl.-eu norm1 What lr?un Louisiana to ?cor>flit. R^in Ii.Ih tieen report I from the soutbein iii.t (Jnli siarcs atid irora the l^oirer Lakes to Tenlessee. I'artiall.r cloudy ami eleai wr,iiir-i now ( irevall? we?i.oftiie Alleghany Mountain* and Blue ( , Uilge. fmoky tia/e continues In Detroit. | 1 PlltfHMbititieS. ? The harome'er will probably continue to :ai! north : ( iij'i wesi ol' Illinois, and 10 a loss extent from Texts j o Florida; and local rains are prooanic it.r thcs?- ' 4 cjttnna on Sunday. A dl"tnrtance of torn - extent nil pmoaliiv be dcw io.icd in fiiiial Florid;'. 'I'M-' i ight io<-al ittorniH n >i? prevailing on ih<- coast nf 1 voitn Carolina and New Ktigianil wt ' |?rol?nM.v iniu?ipat' l, and rising ri?r>meter, wnu warm w a- 1 her, win prevail on snnda* rrmn Yirifinia io'Ihs j .ower|[,ak**|a?m New Knglnnd. BOAT RACK AT WAHHINOTPN. WASHINGTON. l?. AlJgll*t 12, IH*l. Aii e^citiuK race took place mis afternoon be- . ween the four-oared shell ami the six-oared gt| of he ArlinKton Hoat c'luh. Tl?e shell was victorious, mining the race, two and a quarter iniles, turntTisc lie HiakeiNMi iu tlunecii uilu : ch; i lie gig coiling i n ttur>? *,??u,ia bemua, i I ? 1. , FRANCE, The Proloi.gaV.nn of Thiers' Powers i<j the National Assembly. -j. ^ ?+ r\rui_^fig J Great Excitement Am6ng the Deputies. Motion by the Left Centre to Make Thiers President for Three Years. I Counter Mo; ion by a Deputy of the Extreme Kight Both Propositions Declared Urgent by Request of Thiers. The Court Martial Trying tha Communists. TelifiRAW TO THE MEW fflRK HERALD Paris, A air as 112. isn. lu rhe Assembly to-day M. Rivet, o( the Led Centre, tnoveil that the title of President of th? Republic be conferred on M. Thiers; that all the powers which ho has heretofore exercised as cblcf of tha executive be prolonged for the period ol three yean; that he 4c moreover entrusted with the promulgation ami execution of tbe lawn; that lie ho authorized to reeotre Ambassadors; that his official residence lie at the place where the Assembly may sit; that lie he Iwlrni at the expense of the r?pnl>Uo, Ills remuneration to be lixed at a later date; that he shall have tbe rijrht to appoint members ot We Council or .Ministers, diplomatic agents, and military and naval commanders; and tha: the Ministers appointed by knu shall be responsible for their acts to tne Assembly. M. Admit, of the extreme Right, made a counter motion, expressing confidence in M. Thiers and con* tiuuing hiH present powers. M. Thiers, who was present, asked for n vote of "urgency" 011 both proposals; and amid jrreiu excitement they wore declared urgent. Opposition to the prolongation of M. Thiers7 term of offlco is, however, said to bo growing rapidly, both in the Assembly and among the people. TitK HKMOVAI. OK TIIK CAPITAL TO PAUL*. The Municipal Council of Paris having adopted a resolution expressive of a desire for the removal ol the capital to Paris, a deputation of that body bax waileo upon M. Tillers and begged him ;o exert be* influence iu tavor of the change. The President, in his roplv to toe committee, wild the decision of the question rested with tbe Assembly and sho'ild not be trammeled by any action on his part. THIS NEW I.OIK OK THF! CITT OK KAMI**, Tun Oily Council has volcil r.o raise a loan of .160,000,0001., to be used for ?he rebuilding .mil repair or e<llflc.eH destroyed or injured "luring tin reign oC tho Commune. TIIK TRTAI, OK TRK COM MITN'IfiT'. The Court Martial holds long ami exciting sensions dally, and tlio trial ol flu- !r>a<lmg Communists is progressing as rapidly as possible wh?*re so lsi-go a number of witnesses ha-; been summoned. Th? evtdenoe given tor the past tiro days ha>? contained uothlug new. THB INSITRBBrriOV tv AIUKRIA. Klrcs net. by ttie insurgents continue to rage In tli? forests ol Algeria. ALSACE AND LORRAINE. Sets ble Dfcihiou of Fringe Bisjn, rckTELEGRAIK TO THE MEW YORK HERALD. UKiti.rv. August 12, l?7i. I'rlnifi I'.i^matck. a" < hanoelior of tJerrnanr, has (Itculea that tho school administration of Aisaow shall be uon-scctarlan. VIEWS Ui? lUtt fASl. 13. 1k7u?The Pru-.-iafw bombarded Sfrn.sbonrj:: th? armies or Irlnce Frederick rharles and fjeneral rsteinruetz formou ;i Junction ijeforj' Metz. 1775?Washington Informed Congress that the whole amount of j.owder iu New Rutland wuiilil afford nut nine rounds to < 8011 of hi* forc?^ ticii iicutrtuir 1 .lit Krtlsii 1 roups under lAtrtl Howe iu Boston. jj 1?L'orte/., assisted n? the Tla<cnlans :<nil other Indian allien, retook ?he .-ity of Mexico, alter a *u>*p lasting seveuiy-Uvo daja. iluriiiK wiUcli time the HkIhldc was almost < ??a> louous. Died. Oomn.?In Brooklyn. on Saturday. Amrust pi Fu.kv. fwlotr?<i wife of Robert c'roiun, formerly of Annadale, S. f. There will he a solemn mas* of requiem this fSuudaj) luornlnif, at leu o'clock, at Sf. Joseph'* church. Pacific street, near Van<ierl>llt a\euue. Ijite rexldono", No. Fulton avenue. lUl.t. <>u Saturday, Ausrnsf 12, Mart Km.v? Iui.y, aged ;yeur\ 'j months and 24 days, beloved daughter of Mvi>'< ami Anastalta Paly, of tho parish of Ferns, county Wexford, Ireland. The relatives and rrlenls of the family aro respectfully invited to attend th?> funeral, from her bte residence. No. 249 Till?*rv srreet, Brooklyn. 011 Mondar. Aiiuuit n. at half-past one o'clock P. M. The itoi'.y v. ill be intern*! in tiw Cemetery of ilia lloiy Orosw. McCkoky.?On 3atuniar. A'ijpi?f 1?. Thoha* McOruky, of Hi'- county Tyrone. Ireland, aged 5? years. The relatives aif' friends are resnectfory Invited to attend the funeral, troin lii.s late residence. No. jhj \evy- Chur.'h street, on i'ue-!ay, August 1.1, au one o'clock P. M. (/ 'or cHh<*r /' aihn .-"'f Viiith /V/y.| \ I.? \\ lii?kcr? llyrd auk Khudr iImiM, from ? tuburu Hrnw;i to a rloli jet hf It VKKY's A K IIAtlt l?* F, contains noline, ln?o, mMp'iur, nur lime, ?n>l nmr 'jnf Iwiitl*. friui laai ojicc ;;T IVurl slr'rl, Nrw N i>rk. % splrniHil llrnrf ? llnir nnd it Cl*wn Vriitp ?r? ?htjin-l h? >u,nf I'lilST *!?' OlO'S HAiR I'ttl-.St.RVA* IJ VK. l?i |i A So. 6 Ani'ir Hu i?e. % < ? !. Delli-itrr ltHirdi-?-??io?.?I bt'vilirr's I.IKK HlR i'HI HAIR, r' >iiiiu<-ii<I#:I ?h tti? only r#g*?? l>.c i repuritlon in lb? fur t^*tnrinf r.rov h?lr \ *tup* iia. iDfrnw* l!s cro?ih; r?mn?r? all (i?ij ?f It bsthing on ih^ lialr. snl<i trtrrwMrr. i.-Philtn'i Nrv? IVrluuie. I T.dVK ??>l? I I,ON I Yi?0. t v..(. ri..>.>v M>.,>..?l_rk> w.., u<. i j !(.i lontiha ah.I 'onaumrtl' n. Hririni't CmtM OH \Ml*t<lN SATCS, "J1 Kr>iad??r. ?ru?r M'irrtf i; . * All Nrn Voii tluirh < n ?! > >'*< tlalfbM 6?t- irr-a laBUl, full tint id of aupennr quality. "t iTltn," thr \rw Tnili'l Arlirlr fur l.mdlri. fcold 1>t <\ V CRITI KMUN, No. 7 M*ih tirnM, and >lf drufglala. * Phi* ?lnliclnn> **ilwnlan' l?vl|?rtN t?.p Tub'. "RKf.ti" #<*HNAPH*, at Mehl*<lam, in If lltkiKl. It h?? n<> ?*i'i*( in <iwi of PrijHi*, tleii rrtI (IrMi It. <irufrl, ??tii?'ini*t.ain an<t > ?*r aud Agur >'<ir ?? />r fap?? lat>!e driigfiata and gruccra. H. U. WOO * i ?) , I* Suiitu William i?ri>?l. r'oit tapurim. Hiilliinji ??itil?.?l.n?Ur*' (.ru> Hitiuiel. |j 0. tn i Ill r?uH a fia'i, a'- I Rlfi.hH'o, m l Jf*i tiritld ulrwt, N?w Y n W. l>>-?|irp?t??I urril or t|MrV HrIHIM l?K. t. M. S'HHfS rH.KBKA K'? DV*rKI*SIA 'II.I,. r*rliirlo?l wh'i.mV ulttcit, i ru'til Mriili in* Itrprtt. 37 < ai ai tlreei, near Varluk, ?nd for ?*)< by ail driuslau. If Voii W?nl (JiiAd limii'r full ill ( hi*. 'RAN'K'S Riwi nM Shoe St?r#. 5" N *?*a i at'.v t, u tr <i >ei) !an?. katahllftlifl mi. I.mill's? r?. *?hnTv'? IImh mihI Kri'i-I?l?? l.?!nii i? warranted to rrtnoTi* fnwklM, Mxtn P??rh?? mil T..? it t?u dftyi: vw' tx t t uamilraa. aiul n?*ri wln'ii*. "Ik-* 9M Siith avenue. >ll??l??|iii?l.?The W?lfr? al lhn "pria* lire ( urnd IHU'irit w:tl> li"'i? a of ihe kiduajr*. JOHN K Ht.NKk. Nil. ?t .liagi K-o?. KoV?l llavmin l.ottrrv.-Thr lli*kr?l K??r* >aii| lor IlotlMootia all kind* of <.oi-l *nd Siirpr. 1AVLOM .? OU, Baukara. IS Wall au?.t, Nr<* \n-fc. The Wllaoo MhiittI? Wr?rii?? Machine? Ml and chxapxat liral ? !?? maoblica in the arnrUI. prir? top llv i? tl'^l J-?u? ' * Bm*iIwu>.