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   Semi-Weekly Wisconsin (Newspaper) - June 22, 1867, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                by canter a 4M I WISCONSIN VOLUME Andantoxtn copy to the person getting up r JOHN Cxtra Season congress The opinion of Attorney Gen eral and the probability that President Johnson will act upon thnlt opinion in tiou has excited the gravest ap prehension of a collision between the President and It is well derstoodI bat since the delivery of that opinion the President wnl remove any military oommaudur who continues to act an contravention As a oon atqnence of this matters will be at a dead lock in the southern The Judges and the southern Governors will now feel oL conraged to oppose tho military com mandcrs in carrjing out tho law bf That will H its piacticol ef and so fai will or perhaps tbe most important act of the uieir IttHt There JH naturally a feeling IB the country good ovei deal of this un necessary conflict between tho Piesi dent and aud thoie seems as it wtrc to be a general call to Thud deus a man of unquestioned influence buth among the people iu hasissued to declaring that Congress must meet in July in order to perfect reconstruc or the will be stopped by the unexpected action of the President and his Attorney The NewYork whose course is noteworthy simply because it in an index of the prevailing public senti bos a very Strong article in its terference witu iree speech bnt political action with southern state of ficers is quite another If thb Generals xsannot interfere with that ve ought from humanity to do one of two call them home creuse the number of soldiers in Congress must meet must meet with the resolute will to carry on the now and more uecesbory than peaching and removing Andrew son from the executive If ft does not do this then the war will bave been m It must and upon all pitiful all such miserable arguments as its committees have concerned themselves try pardon corruption and It must not become tue Presidents protector iby diverting the national gaze to such infinitely little It must go straight to the eyes of the nationand the impeach him for the misdemeanor of a usurpation of of the exercise of authority against the of conspiring with his cabinet to render null and inoperative laws the energetic and hon fst enforcement of which necessary to the prosperity of the peo ple and the peace and welfare of the On these broad issues he must be impeached and removed and it must be done this or will be too late for the President now i jqwiMrtatti The testimony of James of a Pennsylvania f in comj panv with a brother soldieMias in front f tf f t L of lords theatre on the memorably theHUi of at tract general ifie swears thjtt President rdbeoln enter tbe thd He saw Booth with a viljainpns man and a person neatly dressed in frequent conferencetogether Affront f atre onthat night The neatlyjdres man at the lost conference called out the time to Booth Ten and as he directly under a street lamp at the Dye poe iBvely swears that that man was and that he distinctly recognizes him as tbe prison er at the He said that the pale ness of his face WM so that he wonldnever forget Hi that it frequently haunted him in his wer forced to jusi iwjttbA military tribunal deaired that Snrratt a civil anc has a Hearing before ajnry of 4iscoun and thegOYerninehfs es are subjectedio the averest ordeal are potjerv to buy thing but that hich is atfmissablsby ttie rigid lawijf with tenfold o havealways that it would hOTp been alike for tbe best interest of tba dignity of the and innate justice of the and Snrratt been before a civil Hfi WIMOIHU n o of the Klectloa TWO woin thf Hmvi Spodil SHASTA At the La Crosse President of the Association caDed the convention ti and j Ido not know of any way we can so appropriately open thisConvent ion as by calling upon that God who has pre served us dnrjng the year that has I therefore upon you to i to DcatK From the Chicago A most terrible and heart sickening of P The evidence wqnidjprobfybly havo eon when sentenced and executed there conld have been no suspicion of unfairness or injustice jn the doom awarded them The trial issue of the 13th reviewing the disastrous policy which the President and Attorney General is at tempting to lish tho jirtiolo entire because the Herald not only urges the convocation of but that Andrew and the whole game in his and needs only He can appoint jto civil office in the or Jiave pointed whom he tures can do what they IB no military Commanders can not remove state and the nextr thing we hear will be that the state officers arc debatting their to remove the Conttict is and Congress must meet to deternune by its action what wda shall Official City Yesterday forenoon we received following notice from the City Clerks I J ing could be more and it unless febntted by testimony j that John Surratt was an accom plice of Booth in the murder of President It is generally supposed that Surratt was out of Wash ington on the night of the assassination but the evidence of Dye goes to prove that he was in and almost gave the signal for Wilkes Boothlto strike the an should be Surratt inay The counsel for the prisoner deem office CHEEKS Johnson must be impeached deposfld before tho country can obtain trunquillily aud and To lore reronstjuotioii cun honestly car qoested tn joinj ried Ol one thing them cau be no on 1 j f at seven fore Judge The prisoners Isaac occupied a seat by the prisoners Sergeant Joseph Dye was recalled the witness Judge asked what occurred on the waj street after his companion started for Gamp after received infownation of the assassins tion of the Bradley ob The witness testified as follows we passed out of H a wompn raised the window of a of a large is fisod and shaken by tlio influence of Tlus determination mujorityof the cannot be any and that is tn carry out the Reconstruction law of the Thirtyninth Tho mighty north is un yielding Monday the 17th day of Tly order of the GK City As is always on hand at testimony so that they cross examino Dye VnWt Oplnlra We copy the the Ban Claire JVee for several It is in the first place it is justice to an able legislator ind it sustains and the position always maintained by the Dimr WisooiiaH in regard to railrcad is evidence of the healthy growth of a correct public upon a subject that has been shamefully in former As our iipnrtnr is uiwujBv meetings we not consider any other We are glad to notice thatjhe ies n in conviction that the negroes of the south must be enfran It is determinud that whatev er obstruction Btamls in the way of the fulfillment of that whether it be in the form of of Attorney of be ground to the dust if be uccossftry to in sureits Tm CABIKKT DECISIONON THE Pow KHS OF OuSTAttLES TO Reconstruction still slips away from the national grasp representative necessary in to see fair But in looking over thej on the subject of not alone in its ideas np report this we see why it was that tiie gentlemanly City Clerk wanted the WISCONSIN officially He evidently iwanted us not only to see the thing but toseeTiowit was Alderman to go right straight to the moved that the Daily News be declared the official paper of the On that mptionjthe yeas and nays were as follows like a very Tantalus cheats the eager wishes of the It is published on the authority of the Washington Intelligencer that the Presidentand hisCabinet havedecided the question of power in the southern states against the military command ers and in favor the civil state au holding that the generals have no power to remove civil officers deriving their authority from the state governments as now This decision is further said to bo in accord ance with an elaborate opinion of the Attorney General on the sume It must lie obvious at the first us well as on deep now villainously the and his Cabinet will stultify themselves by iii stiucting the district commanders to this effect cool defiance of with what fihamolops indif ference to public we are told that a law of GongrtKs shall be Whatthe President plunges thiit tho expressed will of the na tion shall have from tho Execu tive no more respect than his old glove that he will turn it it and torture it to auy purpose or any as the petnlan cies and partisan bargains of the hour may Hardly have thete sen tences censed to echo on the public ear in which the President declaimed tbat the power of military commanders was was was without was paramount and above all question for any every possible pur pose right and wrong andnow this same President declares that his own blant mere and that the law is a harmless weapon in the hands of help less men that it meant and that under it those same terrible com manders cannot take even the simplest to prevent interference with them iu the discharge of their The country will be puzzled which phase ot this event should uiOBt move it wheth ar the Presidents quiet defiance of tue nation and decency should more excite or tho clownlike com pleteness of his somerset air We are to have a deliberate piece of legislation put forth from the Execu tive order in un imperial decree or ukase nullifying the Reconstruction laws pass ed atthe last session of and declaring that the Presidents policy etill lives and is paramount to ufl Well might the President bavebqlieved bis own declaration tbat Congress had no legitimate power iu tho Quince we see that in fact it has and that it only wasted the words in which it expressed tha peoples Attorney General Stanbory used no idle expression in the SupremB Court when be declared that his sympathies were on the Between the President uud bis lawyer the stul itificd Cabinet that agreed to the Presi dents vetoes and now agrees to ne more we see the defunct State rights doctrine again rising to trouble the nation with its pntod Functionaries deriving their tbority from the state they tell shall fiafe and No gcuorul ehiill They may do what they may be obstructiveand and according to the eiample in Washington the Generals find it impossible to carry ont the laws withsuch civil officers fighting the Gonerali may resign Thatjis what the law o Congress comes Kebel hatted ol f reconstruction will bBVe lost all ite in and animus under Bnch ia and with the the ma every point of Jaw that Hue north desires should be kept We hav rebuked certain Generals lor their in Dahl Orton Aldermen Sebnenpel who voted for lor the Sentinel and OOODNOW who voted lor Now we expected the democrats would elect the News as the official paper of the It was their privilege and it was the right of the News by long practice and party precedent Bnj for Buck and Chapin to vote for the Daily News passes our We do not say this for our own for we would not give a fig to be the official organ of any We cannot see any difleronce between a Republi can Alderman or who votes as these gentlemen and a The old Pennsylvania Dutchman des de man dat scribed o democrat as demokraf Why make alii the fuss and parade of nominating and lecting at so much cost And if there is no difterence Perhaps these gentlemen will say that the WISCOHUN or the SENTIKEII are not worthy organs of the All We can sny they never will be from the official patron age these geatlemen But there case mdrein consiutent than the and tbat is the vote of Aldermen and BUCK for the daily See The char acter of that journal is well press of the with a few small like Madison is now unanimous in support of the policy laid down in these columns three years ago last In this state of the thepoliticians have iumpedioff their hobby in a As boohas capital is well assured that this is to be the fixed policy of the we shall have the many lines of railway which we so much need under Milwaukee as a city owes much to Behator THOKP f or his course in the Senate last and it is gratifying to know that he also correctly repre sented his ownoonstitnenoyi The real interest of the great northwest of Wis consin is identical that the commercial and we are glad to strike hands with1 them in the legisla and in all enterprises that shall redound to tfee prosperity of onr young I We to the article from j the Free Press below The state al large has no more a right to take noBBeafliou of railrpaas SwMdby private within itajbor and assert their right to fix the tariff 2n said Admitting that toonopphea the question arises how are we overcome them We aMwer dp what was wrong down I told her that President Lincoln had been shot Sheasked who had dona and Iitold her Booth i She how I knew I told her who knew i saw on night enough i sea iobjects I believe thatthe moon was but cannot say if it was at the was an elderly but J not sayiwhether she was bnt the Snr who at the I have seen the house It 541 H The houseis onithe right hand side of the going towards Camp The witness then described the bouse known as the Snrratt The woman asked the questions in an ordinary but the witness did not recollect whether she was much When the witness saw Booth and Snrrratt at the theatre neither of them was On cross examination by in the repeated his di In answering ft question put by tbe did yon describe thud a neatly dressed mi and his name as yon knew him to be Surratt I did not think it necessary nntil I was asked the riohtfolly to ooy o ot attempt to choke down rival that will eventually be matwg a t om checker board ofito entire by wronKfally aeanming control railroada al and fix their tariff Enconrageinslead of depreM raa road enter priserlLSd thus bring about wnich is the only and honorable means of securing reasonable tariff Do f barter away your bet ientSf what is tor poUtical was did you s name and not Snrratts I did not think it necessary to mention Snrratts yon not told to name him nntil V I was j saw Enrratt in March last at the jail where I was admitted iby Carrington to see if tify him as the man who was under Ithe gasligbl and I recognized him I did not tell him why I went when I saw hitu I accosted bun with The face the witness sawin the jail was the face he saw in bis and the face he saw in front of the this is the man pir that is the face ypn have known that face if yon had seen it elsewhere Sir it was a face which1 once seen is not easily I did not request to I went oin with the Father whilebe addressed tbe Throne of i Walworth then offered a brief which of Manitowoc aud of Milwaukee sang theStar Spangled the members all oiniug in the The President hen proposed as the conven tion had acknowledged their fealty to thoy show their to the flag y giving it three The cheers rere given with a will The rollof nembers was and some business of minor importance after which a recess was taken for half an which the members assem led upon tbebalcony front pf he court and the subject of the photographers tlpon the reassembliiif of the con on motion of K Lute Taylorand Crowley were appointed a committee on resolution of thanks to the citizens of Sparta for courtesies ex The Couyen throngh were invi ted to visit the paper mills of which invitation was ind the time fixed lor visiting the mjlls was3 r ThefoUbwing resolutions were unan imonsly j i That tnff CorreapondinR Secre tary be directed to obtain and publish with the proceedings of thia a list con taining the poatoffice county of each newspaper pnblialed in the together wilh the names of the editors and Tbat as change ia not always pro or we recommend no effiirt to obtain any change in dieting legis lation relative to the ratesallowed for adver tisings I Beaoteedi That tha officers of this Asso ciation be directed to ask the for an act of iacorppration for this Sesotoedt That the Executive Committee for the ensuing be directed to enquire and report at tbe next session as to the ex pediency of establishing a fond for tbe edn the children of the deceased publish ers of That tho Executive Committee repeat the racowmeuation that each publisher in the state forward a copy of his paper regularly to the State Ilia man at an early hour this mom in persona were ed to others were and others reported to be still lying bnried in the Between 2 and S oclock Tuesday morning the building 54 and 56 Sher man a wooden structure was de stroyed by The building in pro boarders and sixteen of whom had retired to and without a single exception were fast The front door was broken open by parties in the and the alarm given ta the sleeping In the bedroom adjoining the narfdr on the second were sleeping Otto the his baby and a decrepid olid taily over 70 years to bad been confined one week and was consequently in a feeble state of Grossman proceeded to save his money and an armful of which he carried down in the street and Seeing that no time was to be be rushed up at head of whichhe was met by an overwhelming gust of flame ond smoke which almost overpoWered his hair and i HOT ttttUt from abroad to the Boston Journal as follows Lead pencils of Nurembnrg mann facture are to to found in all countries the countingrooms of State in school houses and farm houses massed in the top the here and there back of ears beads or chains about the neck and head loose jring1 rounded and braceletoTtheee 1 are the points that first strike one on seeing the gor glittering There are whose taste has their as fresh and charming as a One of these ladies wears a silk with white and some fibwers in her arm brooch and bracelet Her dress is trimmed with plain lilac bands corded with white Another charming but much tore is of marooncolored of America AUstra1 shot with and trimmed South America in city andwlth white and crystal It rural districts in the hands of the anew the wearer be ehant in the pockets of the day labor1 ing a showy who scores his weekly I suits hervery well t Accompanied by the efficent and worthy i Largeblack and white lace shawls consul of the United and burnoosearavery much now to whom I am greatly indebt1 that the warm weather has fairly corn ed for kind I visited thelmenced over rich Short silk manufactory whose peplnms are not pencils are celebrated the world I elegant over very long gored and I dare say that a majority df those who I trained dresses and it being too warm read the Joiirnal use pencils from this As it is an important branch I purpose to give a few notes upon Lead pencils were not known till the 15th before that need the Ink or chalk werethe articles used by merchants Plumbago was discovered in the 15th and the first pencils were made They were cut in England in from the pure Then a process was dis covered for grinding remodeling refuse material from which pencils were About 70 years it wus dis covered that better pencils could be obtained from an admixture of clay with the The manufacture was carried on almost exclusively the Moved and carried that 400 copies of the proceedings of the llth annual ses sion of tfie Wisconsin EditorialAsso ciation be issued instead of the number issued last A committee was consist ing of A and to report officers for the ensuing and to name the time and place for tbe next meeting Tbe committee made the following which was unani mously Croase La Vipe Ozan kee Advertiser George Bay Gazette Waldo Prairie du Chien BecordingSeoietaryJames at It crnB This TJoilbnn Tariff Hobby which disbonorable politicians are now o to th i was requested m do ator aspiranU to bnainesa with will do their beat to eet freight transported for UtUe or fi15 ft ThfiBB The witness was interrogated at length as tohis testimony before the military commission at the time bf the assassi nation and endorsed what he there and insisted upon its cor In some slight as to the height of the man there was a and a strong effort made tomakethe two statements ap has been the one rival of Brick Pome roys blasphemona The a outspoken German was a and men were in konor bound to vote for iiAif they claim to be not only deserves the dis bnt could use the income there from forthe benefit of the As for the we have many merchant customers whose business is greater than the whole city With the Heroldit is different Needed or the republican press havea right to the same consideration as they gave these men as The fact is this voting for city paper last night is on a par with of the republican management in this Unless changed it will blast all our efforts to make a and unnerve all the efforts of sincere men in the SUPKEME tbe de cisions by the Supreme Court at Madi on on Saturday afternoon was one in lie wellknown case appealed from the the popularity of thie VitatorTknow mU weU the diBMtofpua euces that would follow the anceesa or eucn in tbe way of toriilroid thnajenbjeoting the western portion of the state for to the inconvemences of stage coaon travel and transportation by toot a bold and deojded etand in favor of and agaivat to control private disregarding We ask was ft not nght And agato ask wherein be violated o His consUtoenta by encouraging the timid ing of railroads Hewentaeainst the ov which the Tomah the oy which the Bay and Wabashaw and a other roads in would be compelled to forfeit their contracts and deprive the State for another decade from increasing her DJ oompeting Had the Dmform Tariff Bill its have been far from encouraging to the construction Thorn Is in favor jot tbe only just and Constitutional means of break IK up that of Be in every tanners door yard being hie own in order that bis produce may be shipped to marketable sections at trivial Ibe lilwankee Circuit in the Ozankee draft claimed damages for his with by United States soldiers iy of the and confine ment at Camp BandalL Tbe Supreme in an able opinion by Justice affirmed the decision of the Dourt BUStainiug the Governors and lioldiug that no claim for damages or his official action conld lie against testimony continues to grow in The evidence of Joseph Susan Allen Jackson and Daniel may be considered decisive in proving that Snrrattwas in Washing ton on the night of the Theevidenco of the of the Lawrence is also confirmatory in that it proves that Sur ratt left Montreal in a New York train of and returned to Montreal on the four days after the The testimony of al so revives some of the circnmstarjces at tending9 the gnflt of There can be no doubt but that she was the person who raised the window at her house on IP and inquired oi Dye as he was passing by after the murder what was wrong down pear contradictory Daniel Beid was He had knowh from quite aboy and saw him oh Pennsylvania Avenue at halfpast two on the of the BS I have bad a nodding or bowing acquaintance with the prisoner As he was a recognition by His occasion attracted my His dress look ed to be of country and was got up in very good He had upon his feet a new pair brass spurs with j blue and they were evi dentlybran bis head a felt hat very low crowned Midiwide that was straw He was passing up the avenue at an ordin ary Bradley idesired tii have theipriy ilege of recollihg eross4xam inatibn some future time after the defense have with a witness now put of the objected to j this course as being without and that there was no rule of court that justified such a Bradley argued it was a matter within the discretion of the The defence expected to that Beid bad made statements ont of Corresponding Milwaukee Madison r Executive Watertown Democrat Presnott Journal Monroe Sentinel The committee recommended that Milwaukee be selected as the place for the next and that the Association adjourn it adjourn to meet in that city on the third Wednesday in A resolution wosvoffered by which was subsequently amend ed by asking that Congress repeal duty on After re pro and conj by Sey Byan and was Oo motion the convention then ad journed until 2 At 2 oclockconvention Tne following report was made by the Treasurer of the Association David inaccpnnt with Wisconsin Editorial Association June 61 kers being singed and his face ter He retraced his reached the ground and frantically called to his jrife and RTBD a mother to jump for Gods sake f Throw the baby to and jump and yourselves The infant was dropped unharmed into his but the weak and aged grandmother sustained serious injuries in the Similarscenes were enacted in other parts of the Hickey threw her four Weeks into the arms of her standing be and then landing upon the sidewalk and breaking her snstainincr several bruises more less Mrs Hickey has been dangerously ill this forenoon from the strangulating of the smoke and heat which she Hayes escaped by means of a rope let down from a win dow to the Of the manner of escape which tne remaining occupants availed themselves little is the greatest wonder is that any of the terror stricken immigrants who occupied rooms in the rear portion ofthe boarding have survived a horrible As soon as the engines arrived the flames were quickly but not until the building a mass of Btnonldering Then rumors be gan to be spread among the crowd that seven or eight person had perished in the Search was made by the as soon as the circumstances Would In removing the debris from the northern portion of the build officer Swanson came upon the charred and burnt remains of a The from its posi tion in the and from its general was recognized as that of Ann a widow lady about fiftyfive years of Williams bad been employed by Hiekey to take of her baby and was in the same was unable to escape The remains were identified by a daugh ter of the Near the same spot was found the re mains of a young woman named Han nah who had been stoppipg at house for a few until she could find a place to The lower limbs of the body were burned off to the and the flesh about the and breast was black as and burned to a In the black ruins on the south of the building found the re mains of a boy eight years of His mother was cook in the boarding Preach and Thefounder of the Faber in comtaeneeid business in the vil of three miles from Nurem The business was by bis Anton Wilhelm It was a limited bnsinesSj the French and Eng lish manufacturers having command of the The son of W Faber came into the in at which time about twenty workmen were for cashmere or paisley lace is brought into somewnatexpfctifre the low est price for a Hama lace shawl or cloak is forty or fifty und from this the cost ranges all the way np to two A cloak employed amounted and the to about business The son He went by bis surname not being to any of the by whom he was univer sally liked for his good bright ness and This body was less burned than the having been somewhat protected by the falling of the southern frame of The remains have been conveyed to the dead house in the old where an inquest will probably be held this Others are believed to and search is being at the present tha finding any re began to make pencils of a better qual ity thanany then i to be found in mar He traveled in troducing them artists and increased and has gone on with such rapidity that at the present though there are numerous manufactories in Prance and the United be can not fill the sent from all parts of the The manufactory is still at a pleasant a half hours ride from Our course ia over a level At our right Gastavns Adolphns fought one of his great bnt unsuccessful battles with On yonder now crowned by an old tower of half shaded by Wallenstein stood directed the Gnstavns moved out from the with the white andyellow flag of Sweden floating over and the two armies now we see those acres of wheat just heading But we arenot to talk of men who have made their bnt pencils which will make their We see a collection of buildings and a tall chim enter the yard and are kind ly Commencing with the first we see in the basements of the manufactory hundred tubswhich are filled with The plumbago is thown stirred occasion and drawn mixed with proper proportions of then From a course mill it goes to a finer to a fourth The pencils being there are proportions of clay and different degrees of Go ing from the grinding room we enter the pressing where lumps of pre pared dough are put into a machine and passed through an aperture of the size of the lead of the The longtyring eoil straight cut and We go now to the furnace room where the leads ara They are enclosed in plum bago boxes hermetically sealed with clay and subjected to a high heat for several There isno needthat I should dwell considered indispensable to a ladys and is really useful in athousand One of the great features of the sea son is rich silk and jet embroiduiy lavished upon costly silk cloaks and Magnificent toilets of black gros grains are literally covered with and many are wrought iu exquisite designs upon the or so as to describe sashes or pointed basV qiies upon the in addition to the border round the This em broidery is executed by and gives an infinity ol labor to the completion of one handsome The new styles of round hats consists simply of a descending slightly toward the outer but without Other indication of a are very pretty and very useless but as that been the casei for a longtime with we need not grumble at the disease spreading to round If any change taken place in it is only that they have be come smaller than The Fanchou has been restored to antl is made in tulle and crape for visiting and fnll dress and even in al though we must to our the lowcrowned Bergere with even though it bo is better suitedBfcj a neglige The very latest novelty in bonnets is known as the Dnnbarry there is nothing special about the shape except ing that it is small and It is iaade in lace and and often in fine Italian It is held upon the head by ah the which are always highly crossing upon the not under the where they are fastened n rosette of bya by some pretty orna A very pretty bonnet of this kind is edged with a wreath of crimson fuchsias set upon a pointed At the back there is a single with very long ends of narrow crossed with gold stripes the strings nre of the edged with a wide blonde on both and cross upon the where are fastened with a rosette of with two or fuchsias in the Another bonnet of this kind is made of not and edged all round with wild which fall iu sprays at the The strings are formed of wide lappets of white crossed in anil fastened with a rose in its A very new and pretty Panchon has a tnrnednp Ill rice straw it is fresh and trimmed with a bunch of field flowers and a gardinere ribbon that a white delicately striped in A round bonnet of white crape is prettily trimmed with a wreath of bluo i pdAtwoolt acconntf Tbe abare payment Is in faU bttl for printing ptesonted to lat tha vouclier for whicn 1a Herewith AU of which ia reepecUoJly The convention then adjourned until half past seven at which time Atwood delivered his F court contradictory of what had been testified to in court Thedecision on the question Was re served until tomorrow SusanADen Jackson testi fied that Snrratt was at hismotherjs house in Washington on the evening that the President was identified the She had never seen him before that or nntil last week when he was brought into James book keeper at the Lawrence that A NKAX editor of the eute Journal comes down On a giggling woman of that locality in the following racy manner News from Jnne tion bos reached this city that a very formidable antiPopery riot prevails in Birmingham Two streets have been taken possession of and complete packed by in great force and present a very formida ble A Roman Catholic chapel has been attacked and threatened with demoli Themost intense excitementpre and further serious trouble is ap June 186 this hour the rioters are in full possession of the city of and all ef forts to preserve peace and order have proved Large bodies of troops have been sent to the scene of disturb with orders to put down the riot at all hazards andstop the further des truction of June public break fast has been tendered to Lloyd Garrison by a of which the Duke of Argyle is and it will take place some day next John is expected topre npon the different pre paring of the the filling of the grooves with the the i andijastlyi tying npi in bundles and sending off to market The process of manufacture ia much of it being dona by machinery but the business is and goes like In this one establishment about five hundred hands are There ore not so large or celebrated as this all togeth Nuremberg isendsvont pencils s year The cedarwood is all brought from the United from It is shipped to taken up the Khiue and river Main in barges and canal which um tea the Main and the Danube to this filled in at the back with a and long ends of China blue velvet Bandeau of blue with pearl drops suspended from tbe upper and narrow strings of blue watered over which lace lappets ore There is no object now in buying straw bonnets for service there are still a few to be found aknbng the Eng lish and Neapolitan braids which will stand cleaning but the French chips The lady I who yesterday called the attention of another to onr Batched whereat they both is informed that a new pair will purchased when her husbands Tittle bill is It has been due us nearly a year yon speak dis byf anddo not man named John regi bis name there on the 6th of tered Mad Journal learns from Treasurer Smith that the apportionment ol fte incomeof the School to bemade to ibet nill amount to 47 cents is si nearly e am P JOiiTT tf i I onnt is ten cents a scholar more than last showing that the increase1 of the keeps pace with ttieincrease of and who had shot President The evidence may but to an experienced lawyer every little is important jn pp the necessary evidence to convict The evidence before the military commission ecratinizted closely the many believed that when the trial was under martial the witnesses for the gov and left on the by tha New Xork The same party armedon the 18th and left almost Could not identify the prisoner as the I Bradley Bald tbat ha defense wbnld admit thatSurratt was in Mon SZ on the 6th andlSth of ApriL 1865s and that be registered the nfme1 of Jrhn They admittedthe names were iriSurraUs Pierpont said prqaecation was then saved much Aooat and identified B ouy The took a recess tento pnt criticise the printers dress too whfle wearing silks purchased with money due your husband to send us at once aud save costs of on entire CUBE pop THK Cniiorjtiio TN The Branch Bulletin says the well known gardener of this luiuwii goraener oi mia foHowing baa been tested and found to be a sue preventive of tha attack of the CdrcnliOon plum It is and easilyitried Take a of core wind around In the Vice Chancellors Court to in tbe case of the United States a decision rendered in favor of the June 18 of the vic tims of the recent riot was fanned at Waterford The funeral was the occasion of a great A consisting of over per all wearing green fal lowed the corpse to the place of mter NBW Jnne following are the Heralds cable dispatches June from Crete represent that Omar Pacha met with A defeat from tha and that theexpedition against Sphafaa and DEATH pi1 THEODOBB Of Theodore of took place on Friday after in Barbour since the close of the late he has been short time since he removed to country to de vote himself He was widely and favorably known throughout whole eburitry both as a and a mairof He was an officer of old and served with great gallantry and distinction in the war gave the of bis sword to in the inef fectual efforttorepublieanize was for a time associated with General Walker in the Nicaragua At the commencement of the rebellion he joined the Southern and served first upon the staff of Albert Sid ney and afterward upon that ot Tne firstnamed Gen era he received in bis arms after the fatal wound which terminated his life at the battle of Daring the absence of the John Forsyth as Minister to OHara con ducted as editor with great briUiancy and suc He The Burial of onr so and the large class of mix tures in which straw is woven in with gilt and the ore as useless when once thoy are soiled as lace or The height to which the hair is now worn has hud a tendency to reduce the size of the Ladies insist upon wearing them on the top of the and this arrangement offers DO alterna tive to size or position they must be small and they must be forced to the front of the head over the The chignon is now uniformly round not so large as it was a few months but two or more drooping curls at the back or inclined to the sides the long braids or pig as they were opprobriously call received such universal condemna tion that they were frightened ont of any they are not now to be Bound hats country wear differ materially in some being very and others very large that is to having sensible which form an efficient protection from the The firstfignre at the places the latter are adopted by ladies in walking about the gardens and of their country The tter styles of the round hats havo no bnti are simple crowns with a oft from which descends a nar ow fringe of or on which is laced a wreath of smiill flowers or me The Marie Louise vail is the prettiest and most fashionable foi dress occa It consols simply as before escribed of a square ot black spotted cat in on the edged with esl and finished on the corners ith jet Demorests Monili Apacorona had Josses very The Turkish OmarPacha terminating in a hcok at tne end of oobe then slip them into they are or more ed a tree and nOOnronho will disturb the Try to form a Junction with the forces of Mahomet Pacha who has been twice beaten in Apaodronay had re treated to the entrenched Omar his defeat at He all the villages which were not and killed the in The Consuls of various pow era have notified governments of these lUfff m OB the occasion of the reinter ment of the remains of the members ol be Kentucky regiment who fell m This piece has recently had the sin gular compliment paid it of having se ected from as an inscription a monnmenlrecently erected in Boston to tha Union tbe following lines On Fames eternal camping Their ulettt tents t And memory guards solemn round Tie bivouac of the i J6hn Paiker aiaft pilot the WnrilriV ofj of Stffl legcu off by a whileengaged in snub bing fcraftnear the aippJ Hrf was taken to Still since THE once a mis ionary to is busying himself in rooming signatures to a petition for ha pardon ol Jeff He received aa the the following perti lent reply from Governor of Virginia I ask for the pardon of no man who will not ask for his own par God cannot pardon unless the transgressor first asks for his own par to the estab lished laws of brick layers at work on theTreasnry extension are on a They demanded ten hours pay for eight hours work on which the government refuses to Effortsare making to compromise   

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