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SECTION ONE Generally Fair Sunday Yesterday' Temperature; nd Monday. Moderate! Highest, 79 degrees, low East winds. I est, 65 degrees. VOL. XVII. NO. 137. 40 PAGES. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. 40 PAGES PRICE, FIVE CENTS. iu : l; REBELS WILL A 77 A CK VERA CRUZ FEDERALS .This Will Prevent Trouble Between Americans and Federals, MEXICAN DELEGATES REACH WASHINGTON They Are Guests at a Dinner at the Spanish Embassy, Together With ' South American Mediators, the United States Commis sioners and Others Mex- icans Jrromise Keport Soldier Parks. on BV ASSOCIATED PRESS. "Washington. May 16. The Mexican delegates to the Niasara. Falls peace conference arrived here late today. Tonight they were guests at a dinner the Spanish embassy, together -with the South American mediators. United States Commissioners Imar and Lehmann and other United States, Spanish and Mexican officials. Bryan wag unable to attend because of a previous engagement. A large crowd saw the Mexicans arrive. Representations of the lluerta gov ernment regarding' Private Parks, the American soldier today resulted in a (promise from the Mexican foreign minister of an immediate investiga tion. Reports that Parks was executed and bis body burned were not confirm ed. - Consul Canada, of Vera Cruz, re ported the Constitutionalists are in possession of Tuxpttm and they are rJso reported In possession of Mon clova. The Federals are ready to quit Ouaysn&s, Admiral Howard reported. Tampico Is becoming normal rapidly. It was reported in official circles tonight, that the Constitutionalists at Tuxpam "would march on Vera, Cruz turxd attack the Federals there. This, 11 Is Relieved, would prevent : trouble ytween the United States troops and ..- vJeraIs. v. - ' " ' , ,-. John Lin J, called at - the "White i House bat did not see the president. He said he was gohift to his home In Minnesota soon. The Mexican delegates leave for I New York tomorrow, Jt was learned late tonight. NO PROOF YET. Ktate department officials awaited today a reply from the lluerta gov ernment to the urgent inquiry made by the Brazilian minister in Mexico City, at the request of Secretary Bryan, for Information concerning the where abouts of Private r.arauel Parks. Span ish Ambassador Riano today received a despatch from the lluerta govern ment promising immediate imestga tlon. Sir. Bryan said he had received no proof from the Brazilian embassy that Parks, who went through the Mexican line In his uniform, was exe cuted. But it is known that General Funston In Vera Cruz has been told repeatedly that the young private had been summarily executed and that his body had been mutilated and de stroyed. "War department officials say they ssume Parks met death in the man ner unofficially reported. Secretary Bryan declined to make known the text of the representations made by him to General lluerta, through the Brazilian minister other than to say 'that they were "urgent." The state department has adjusted the Lobo3 island lighthouse matter by offering to turn the lighthouse back to the lluerta keepers if they would maintain the tight. The appearance of the Consrtitutionalista from their jiiearby position at Tuxpam would pro sent new issues, as t? carrying out the (offer to restore the "lighthouse to the :Huerta keepers or turning it over to the Conetutlonalists if they occupy the (Island and agree to run the light. PLANS FOR CONFERENCE. Plans for the assembling of the me diators, delegates and other officials at "Niagara. Falls, for the peace negotia tions went forward rapidly today after the delays and postponements of yes terday. Minister Xaon of Argentina, will leave tomorrow night to begin preliminary arrangements a- Niagara Kalis Monday. His staff will include Messrs. Joaninnl and Sievem. of th legation force and two officials from the Argentina consulate at Xew Vork. Ambassador Da Oama, of Rrar.il and Minister Suarex will follow probably Monday. The ambassador .viii first go to New York to join Madame la (Continued on Paffe Six t Statue to John Barry Unveiled With Ceremonies At Capital TY ASSOCTATKD PRKSS. Washing-ton. May 16 Simultaneous ly with the flringr of a salute of 11 g-uns by the field battery of the Dis trict of Columbia National Ouard and the playing of the Star Spangled Ban ner" ty the marina band, a statue to Commodore John Barry was unveiled here today In Franklin Park. The cord that released the large American flags surrounding the fisrure was pulled by Miss Iise H. Hepburn, of Philadel phia great-great -grand niece of the tfistinRuished soldier of Erin, who served so conspicuously in the United States navy. President Wilson participated in the ceremonies and made a brief address. With thousands of Irish-Americans alreadv here and others arriinsr on every tram a; was early in readiness i WILL PRESENT WILSON'S VIEWS BEFORE A. B. C. MEDIATORS AT NIAGARA FALLS jfSP'wK "i "fc. I if : 'ill W V iS? - l r i ; " Vi ;VV , J y :. - - . y Ah Justice Joseph R. Lamar an Associate Justice Joseph Kucker La mar of the United States supreme court and Frederick AV. Lehnmnti of St. Louis, former solicitor general, have been selected by President Wil- TWENTY-FoUR LABOR LEADERS MUST SURRENDERS AT FORT LEAVENWORTH ON JUNE 6TH Eye Witness to Exec utio n ; Private Parks BY ASSOCIATED PRKriS. Vera Cruz, May 1(3. One of Huerta's conscripts who deserted and was brought into the American lines today declared he was an eye witness to the execution of Private Pakrs Tie agreed to relate the facts to the American General in command if given work here. All is reported quiet at the American outposts. RECESS IN BECKER TRIAL DECLARED nV ASSOCIATKD 1'RKS?. New York, May 16.- A recess today in the trial of CharlesK. Pecker, for mer police lieutenant, and head of the strong nrm squad in charge of the suppression of eantblinp. accused as the instipator of the murder of Her man Rosenthal, the uanib.cr, whose re elations it is allcpred ho feared might stamp him as the recipient of graft in return for police protection, halted in Monday the second presen tation of the story of the now fa mous tragedy of the- underworld. Vhstrict Attorney Charles Whitman expects to finish the presentation .of the state's case Monday and the de fense probably will complete its re buttal by the middle of the week. From this a verdict may be expected by a week from today. BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE REFINED OIL Xew Tork. May 16. The Standard Oil Company or" New York, today announce- a to point reduction in price of reimcd petroleum, making- refined In cases 11.10 cents per gallon: in tanks o.lO. standard white S.60 cents. for the unveihni; late to lay of the Memorial statue erected to Commo dore John Barry, of revolutionary fame and the ceremonies incident thereto. Many of the delegations began ar riving Thursday night and the influx of visitors continued early today. Practically every secuon of the coun try was represented. Among them were Jarge delegations of the Friendly Sons of St. Patrick and the Ancient Order of Hibernians Sora Boston. Xew York, Philadelphia and from western and southern cities. Estimates place the number of visitors here at 20,000. Early today detachments from the army, the nav- and marine corps, del egations from the various societies represented and hundreds? of citizens joined in a martial parade to do honor to Coiaia'.'St re Barry. d Frederick W. Lehmann. S son to represent his view . before the j South American mt-.iialors m ;'') Alex ; ican mediation negotiations hl Niagara I Falls, Canada. The sessiniis uf I conference will begin on May 1 . the Men Connected in "'Dyna- miting- Cases" Must Serve Their Long Sentences in th'e iPenitentiarvw r.v associated iu;ss. Chicago, .May 16. On Jt in - tsw.-My-four labor leaders. mivl.-i,.,! v. tho "dynamiting cases." must surrender at the Leavenworth federal prison or be taken to the penitentiary lrom Chi cago on tliat day. This order was issue-d today by United States court here. The men were given lime to arrange their affairs. Five have already re-entered tiie prison, leaving nineteen free on bond. Only a pardon from President Wilson can save them as the supreme court refused several weeks ago to review the. ca.se. The court alto took tinder advisement tiie cases of 'laf Tveit moe. of San Francisco; ICichard H. Houlihan, of Chicago; and William Rurnhardt. of Cincinnati, who were grunted nfw trials. The government wants a rehearing on the first con viction. Thirty-nine -were convicted at Indianapolis, the sentences of six suspended, two paroled and six re mained in prison when the; others were freed on bond. They were sentenced on Oeoemher 13. t SEEK TO L HAiYlilLIO Just Who Million . rot the Vanished Reluiiiriiisr to the Stockholders of Xow Hav en, and How Deals Were Pulled Through, to be 1 n vestisrated. j RV ASSOi 'lATi-JO I'RKSS. j Washington, May IS. Mast who sot , th vanished millior,. belonging to ! the stockholders of tl-.e Xew Haven I railroad and how th d-als were car ! l ied out by which the.-f millions wer I tit verted from the road's treasury to th pockets of favored financiers, are questions whivh tiie interstate com i merce commission expects to answer through the pending investigation into the New Haven s financial affairs." This, it was stated authoritatively today, is the purpose of the commis sion in forcing the examination of Charles S. Mellen, former president of the New Haven anl of other wit nesses who have been cr will be called upon to testify. Examination of papers and docu ments, now in possession of the com mission, indicate clearly. Chief Coun sel Joseph W. Folk pointed out, that it became really a practice of certain fi nancial interests to purchase proper ties which they led to believe the 'New Haven wanted and then unload them onto the New Haven at from 2 to 4 times what they paid for them. In the view of the commission and of Mr. Folk, suit would lie against (.Conu;i-.;ed on Fage S:i.. A IS SI IS PRESIDENT WILL MMM TROOPS MOVED FRO! COLORADO President l'ntcsts Legisla ture t State Adjourning Vitliout Action. SENDS A WIRE TO GOVERNOR AMMONS President Says the l''cdcr;S Troops Will Not be Kept in the Colorado Strike District Indefinitely and the Legislature Should Have Handled the Situa tion Before Adjourning. BY' ASSOCIATED PHHSS. Washington, lay 10. Federal troops won't be kept in the Colorado strike district indefinitely. This announce ment was made today lv President Wilson in a telegram to Governor Am nions. The president protested against the state legislature adjourning and said it should take sies looking to controlling the situation. LEGISLATURE ADJOURNS DESPITE WILSON'S REQUEST Denver. May 16. Despite tl-.e request of I'resident Wilson for action the Col orado legislature today adjourned. jtlovernor Amnions wired the president (the legislature would adjourn as somi j as the proposed bond issue was au- thorized. The legislature passed the bond is sue, and adjourned. Goveinor Am nions wired the president extra ses j sion had provided, a million dollar?! in j bonds to cover the '.. pens.es ,of thfif mi ilitia anil Jie'was r .nfic1.e.",t tate ! could control 'the situacion as sooa as ! these funds are available. The gov : ernor also was Riven power to close i the saloons in times of disorder. LITERATURE OF THE PRESENT DA! S DENOUNCED Bitter Denunciation of Sonic Publications as Well as the Drama Indulged in hy (Georgia Man Before the Convention of Southern; Baptists. T.r ASSOCIATED I'Rtsii?. Nashville, Tcnn, May lt. Present day literature and drama today were bitterly denounced by Dr. Lansing Burrows, of Americus, Ga.. in an ad dress before the Southern Baptist con vention of which be is president. The occasion was arosponse to the peti tion of the new'' Sunday school board building to the convention. "What Ood, the1 Creator of mind and inspirer of thought has intended to make men wise unto salvation through faith, which Is in Christ Jesus.'' lr. Burrows declared, ''the arch enemy has seized with which they may be lured to destruction. - Having a deli rious Interest in reading, we are ea.sy prey to the designing. Thus are all the hateful dogmas of religious, social and political heresy propagated. So cialism, as represented by one of its i leaders, puts nine-tenths of its income ! into literattire. choosing the Sabbath day for its distribution into the homes Continued on Pag Six. L. & N. Indicted Under Florida Head Light Law The Louisville and X&shciMe Mil road has been indicted by the grand jury of Walton county for an allgod violation of the Florida, head light law, according to State Attorney Jno. P. Stokes, who returned from DeFur.i-k yesterday morninfiT. The indictment against the road is based on the alleged refusal to provide each engine drawing a freight or pas senger train with a headlight of at least 1.300 candle power. This law was passed by the last legislature .md shortly afterwards the Louisville & Nashville filed a petition in the fed eral court to restrain ail state and r.ounty officials from enforcing the provision, but in a short tim-i withdrew- the fc.':ioin frv.ca, Ui cort. BIDS OPENED FOR 100.000 TONS ALABAMA COAL PER MONTH; MA V SHIP IT THROUGH PENSACOLA NEW IRISFI POTATOES ARE IN BIG DEMAND BIG EXCDRSION TO PENSACOLA WEDNESDAY Over One Thousand People Are Ivxpected to Come to the City From Over the Deep Water Route. nor oiih thousand visitors ate e.v -peeled to come to the city Wednesday from points along the let p Wat-r route, that road running an excursion to (V-nsacola on that dale with a very low round-trip rate. The visitors will come from points in Alabama, princi pally, arriving here about H) o'clock in the morning and leaving at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. In this con nection So-retar.v lJh:!lips of the 'hambt-r of Commerce, has sent out the folowing letter to ihe merchants: " n Wednesday, May 20ih. about one thousand people are coming to I'ensaoola from stations on the (J, , F. ii A. Ry. visited by the business men on their trade extension trip on May Mil. "The visitors will arrive here at 10:15 a. in. on a special train, and leave- at 4:00 p. m. "You are looking for opportunities to increase your sales here is a good one. Jet in touch with these people. Make the personal contact that erc-aies and holds business. Show them that you want them in your store and want their trade. They will appreciate the attention shown them. "Don't you think it would be a good idea to send Qrie of your hvest sales men with1 a' supply of advertising mat ter up the road' on tiie early train Wednesday morning? He will meet this special train about forty miles north of Penaacola, and should be able to persuade a large number of the excursionists to visit your store when they reach the city. "A meeting of the wholesale and retail dealers of the city will be held in the rooms of the Chamber of Com merce at 4 p. m. Monday, May ISth, to arrange for a committee to go up with the salesmen and welcome tic visitors on behalf of the entire busi ness interest of I'ensacola. "Will yon attend the meeting?" THREE OF IHE APPEAL CASES 1 c fen -e Claims Before in Arguments That Trio Now Court 1 lad Not been Convincingly Con nected With Conspiracy Cacs. BY ASSOCIATED FRKSS. Chicago, .May 16. Charles W. filler, former United States district attorney for Indiana, who prosecuted the dyna mite conspiracy case- against a number of labor leaders in 1912, appeared again for the government today in the United States district circuit court of appeals, when the rehearing on the granting of nw trials to Olaf A. Tvottmore. of San Francisco: Richard If. Houlihan of Chicago, and William Derr.hardt. Cincinnati, came up for oral argument. Originally thirty of the convicted men filed appeals for new trials. The United States circuit court of appeals upheld the conviction of twenty-four and granted new trials for six. As to three of the latter Tveitmoe, Houli han and Bernhardt the renest for a rehearing wa.s granted. Tdiller said the oourt property had held 'that the general coni.ri?i had ben established and that 24 of the defendants were directly connected with the conspiracy to transport dyna mite and nitro-glycerine upon passen ger trains. The evidence, he said, must largely circumstantial, but that every link in the chain of circum stances is present "ajid that the ver dict of tl:e ,1ury is sustained by sub stantial evidence on every material point: that a clear prima facie case was established against Tveitmoe, Houlihan and Bernhardt." The government lawyer next took the cases of the three defendants in oividuallv. toucnTng on the evidence brought out in the trial of the case and argued that the testimony was trach that the defendants were not entitled to new trials. Elijah Zoline. for the defense, re plied Uat the three men had not been convincinglj' connected with the con spiracy at the trial and were entitled to a new tearing. 1 REHEARING OE i Chamber ut Comiueiw- Ke ' ceives Inciters I'roni Aian i Firms and One ilnycr i Now on the Ground. The complaint of ;i;e farmers county that they c.ui raUo good i roi's of all kinds, but cannot dispose them when ready for market, in longer be made, as tiie Chamber Commerce is in receipt of letter i ail parts of the country begi;ii:ir new Irish potatoes, of whiik im-.i a good acreage in this vicinity. The Chamber of Commerce rfj r that Cincinnati Is asking lor potatot at the farmers own price. rntsoar is offering S.j..-i to ".0 per delivered, with the demand Cleveland is paying :. to S new potatoes .ucl tieeiN tie-m Memphis is of IV ring for T. C. Chase, represent lug S. nelius - Co.. ilirmitigiiam. Al.t., bart' the city ester-. lay afternoon stated that lie had been sent t. ca tub la, count. v b hi firm to ici tatoes in the cars or at the trac to take all that were offered. Mr. Chase w;t,s put in touch wii growers having potatoes read ,i in . II-: y I'e a 1 1 h tin shipment and he will pn several cars this week. b.i TEDSTATES As Reuk of a Request Made by Commision n i'eaee and Arbitration of h'eder al Council of Churches in America Obsenance is to he Held'. BV" A SSi H'lATilb I : r.-' -Xew York, .May It'.. 'I''.ee day" will be obered tooiorrow result (if a reiiticsl in. toe by '. lo rtiissio'i eti peace and arlnllai the federal council of chute t'hrist in America. A la rue p age of The fifty llf-and p;ist Tvbom cii-ciilars hac been s-nt S I he: Co 111 -U of eni: 1 I it 1 expcto-d. will head a retiu-st to devo! j:rayers and a sermon tomorrow t peace. " I '( ;n-.' S ii nda y '' of the brst Hagui the l.-tl.T lo the veyed an "ai.peal i-hiiT-i'hs" from lh. :s t 'le a iit:i ersar C I1 f el f lice, ii pastors whs con to ! lie Chi i s" m ci iiilVi'-n f th evantrelical rhurc'nes of Swilzcilm inviting a church congress on pea. to be held in Europe this year. WOUNDED MEN ARE DOING WELL BY ASSOi T.TK1 I'RKSS New York, May 1. AH patient i brought here from Vera Cru by the j cording to "Dr. C O. Smith, in cliniv of the n.iv.'d hospital in the Brooklyn navy yard. The navy department has- granted the request of the forty -on.- cor.va- la.bnta tSul fVov Krt -oermitte,! !'- ; Join their comrades in Ver.t Cruz. 'They w'.U go back on the Sola. when shi- sails. i Four patients, who nvr-t st,iy. i-hml teara when they heard the nvr They ; ..a . .i-.. ..i.. ,1 . . : .v.a were wounuea o ."rioii.-: um -ur flghtirLg at Vera Cruz that mnpnta tion of n a-m or a U-k wis nwe:--sary. The Solace is bacllv in need of repairs and may not he able to b-ave for Vera Cruz on Ju'ir 't r-jei-. il by the i:a-y dejif rt nient. TWO FOREIGN CARS IN GREAT AERIAL RACE Kans-is City. May If..- Ausrr.a and I Belgium each will have two hiooons ! entered In the international rac for the James Gordon Bin-tt trophy, to start here October 6 next, according to an announcement today by f;orge M. Myers, president of the Kansas c o y -v?r o o.j o. IWILL OBSERVE PEACE SUNDAY 1 III IIRIl UN luxpam Reported to Have Fallen Into the Control of the Rebels BY ASSOC TATiCW PRKSS. Washington, May 16. Tuxp.nn. n the eaf-t coast of Mexico, tse'-'i Vera Crux and Tampico. is in the hands of the Corns' itutionalii-.t s. ac cording to a report to the t-iate d" paxtment today from Consul Uanatia at Vera Cruz. Consul Canada .a;d a party of Spanish refugeesj arriving hi Vera Cruz from Tuxpam in a launch, Informed him that Constitutionalists had occupied the city. Rear Admiral Mayo reported to the navy department today that The Mex ican federal gunboat Vera Cruz, pre viously reported to have bem aban doned was sunk in the Panuco river at Tame. Admiral Craddock. commander of the British naval forces at Tampi-0, 'i i -.m WILL BE USED BY VESSELS OF NAVY I' uei i.- 1 . . he I e 1 1 v red a 1. ; ei ;i. and it i L'u tier-'u mm! Sehonuers ill he Chartered for the i'lir-p-'-e "f 1 i andj in;' it i ',e iween iVn-.ie-d.t and the Pi- depart illfilt V. . i 1 ; ! il. led e" lllole ti.'O " A! ili.iii! i coa! i a. ii month m i e . T ' 1 1 i i iii .ei iiiIi.ii. terdav. wit -i a i ; i i m r of lb- bis mining c.rp. '.-; tions i- liiiiihL, l.i,i. on t ho KinJe of coal called for. aiion-- them biing tio. 'Teinn s.-ee t'o.ii. lion , U.liHsav C' tn pan. . 'I'll, i lie Mill tnenis, v. h. n ',. on, tract is aw a rib 'I w ill ro Ibroi.-a 1 '.-n.--ai. ola is aim.i.-ii a foregone ... clilsbm. owii.e; to tills i 1 1 V beiri;' t a I'M -a I est t.i the I ! : riri i n 1 ii iii coal lieai " "d also A - l.i'ililns lor bainliiog t c a :. 'lie -. ot! Is lo be del i !-. I at Ca!-vi-stoii aiil for tow reason ll s oe- ic -i I ha t I 'ens.lcoia get ... ei.-niess. .Several eats ao tie. o.iI ir.oie i.i.iueeo I '. n .- a '. la and HhIm v ;..ii Was ,,f big Volume. bat it wa !'ien for a. privrito com el u ,u li- Texas . it .v . R. 1 1. T.-irut r of I f.rm ..f .1 no. . Merritt Al- Co. e.,i i,, , 4V (.rU-ai 'ese-ii.iv l l be pj eseiit when t he hco were op. ne, I T!u . weio m ri I to Wash iomou ami the .oi tr.i. f will bejiwaro 'il by the navy department there. Ir is uinirrsl.no. i Hi.it ii,.iii-ie3 are Lo ll!-; tiiade for a iiiinn. r of Kch-iof. : .. v I e'll W'.ll be . h.iriereil hi handle the . .... I. I .'eg irdir.g nit; ..Miiai i,,-. ;.,. mnigo.im -;.- Il.iahl of y..-ieriiv eon ( aitie,! the- f.ill.miii:; "Kookitig to submiit.iig bids r.n i .i" supiov ot -... I to the t'niled st..;. . vov ci nini n i , Kin, .-I, ih,. pfii i of i;.,: vestori. Texas, Tor use .birint; ibe p-e enct- of the tb-.-t in .Mei-,in water . representatives ,r -,il monng com panie.M of the Rirmitighum Di-iiici now In New Orleans. . "Soma of the largest corporations, the Tennessee Coal. Iron and Railroad Company, In particular, a ccn riling to information that comes from .New i)r-le.-iris, have t;on so far as In. ti'nk arrangements f"i- Hio handling of larye quantities ,,f (-o,il t'trotixli 'iVn s a cola or Xe.v (iileans and for load ing the product of lalv e.-tou on a - -si-is of the rnuiniiiiTi "Cajiiain W. I . .'smith, at Ww m -leans. will or en bids at bis f(!i Saturday iiinniim: at 1 o'elor k for furnishing the irov ernment coal d. livered at bil ve-i on. and the nfipul.i ti'n is tli.it the eo.il producers, must bo in position to furnish at least lO.Ofm tons, if not more, every month. T'" coal Is fo he lined in gov ernmeiit v - ""If, trat'isport.s or others employed iii the army yr-rv-p, a number of whb n aT being made ready for i lAdce, in .-td'litirin to tboso which carriod Urn era 1 Fiji ..n: mi's briifiide to Vera Cni'. "The biddijig Is open to nil "..,' coraa-rns in the south a bl t fulfi-l the contract conditions. "Tens h.'n e b"cn made hr t1i gov ernment wn!i Alabama, rui I in I'o sa.cola and while there Is no Inforn.a thin Jn Binnlnu-ham. hm to thu fjual -fi'-atlons that Avail "r.o reiiJlrei1 of do product to bo taken, it ih nnderstoo f i.iii or moi e of t he coal p.rod.iri rs .f t!ie 1 1 irm i tib ha tn !.- r i t urn in posi -'ion to rne.-t tlij nnii'.i'l. conditions to bo irnpo.-ed ia the bids to be open e:l SatindHv. "Announcement Is m-i-de that ltrtm diately upon Kill opening of the h'.-ls Sarnri1.iv in Now Orleans tlin War I)i-parttiif-nt es well as the Xr Do part merit t Yta.shingt on, will b ri4- ise! by wire, rtnd thu contra' t ma-.' be Ut within the n- . v. two or thro, days. ANOTHER SHIP IS COMING SOUTH l:V A SSf n'lATlin Vff'.SS. Nc-.c York, M-iy -Tho sf amf-h p Panama nan. recently chartered by tho war depnrtini-Tit sailol today for Oal vestrm. The panamanan carried a m -munition, r vift-ing -hi-fiy of ri(b shell:-' f'-r fie d pi.-ees atid small arms H rid fo'id ntf:.' for the- trexjps. Four . rn o. ii-.a:.f , -xp.Tti from tb Sj,: I !:-:., , . a.-a-i ,s 1 under runmsnrt " ('a;'t..'i Maian v ere pas.""!!i'.-r-S on th .steamer. Tl.ey " 111 c. 'n 'I'-' 1 ia; ri;n"'-)fi s br g'l'. called y';f.;r'iav vi:;i .. entire tualf and U'i cii tains upon ierier.il (ion z;i !i-7 commander of the lontitutioti -alists troopn. Admiral Mayo said h ha i arratigel to cail to'iay but with il;.; '.ndrtaKiny tlat tb'; viit wouhL be i:. formal. The Amrii"it:i adrolral added tha'. business of th pott of Tampico is being resumed n!owly. Two oil fihips cleared yesterday. Perlect order '.h being maintained hy tho Constitution -aksts in tne town and the surrounding country. No banks axe open and mon ey 19 scarce. Rear Admiral Badger reported from Vera Crux that th- cruiser Cheat-i had sailed fi-ir Puerto Mexico to Joi i the three ota-r Arnerc,..; trar xessu. til ere.