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Pittsburgh Gazette (Newspaper) - August 7, 1868, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaVolume Xxxiii. Pittsburgh Friday August 7, 1868. First �11110�. Twelve o clock m. The capital. Terrible state of affairs in Lou it a i Sianas gov. A Rmoutil makes requisition for troops�?1treas-Ury department regulations concerning drawback allow Ancey the resignation of or. I Rollins of the Repenn depart ment. A a. A by Telegraph to the Flat Bargh Gazette \. Washington Auguste 1868. Louisiana affairs Appeal Fob troops. Gov. Warmoth a official requisition on the president for forces with which to secure peace in Louisiana was presented yes a ter Day by Lieut. Col. John f. Deane of his a staff gov. Warmoth encloses several letters from citizens and officers setting of Forth the horrible outrages that Are daily. Ling perpetrated in portions of the state. Re says that in Many parishes there exists no Protection for the citizens in the courts men Are shot Down on the roads and at their Homes without any Steps being taken to bring the1 offenders to Justice. The judge of the. Twelfth judicial District refuses to go to the Parish of Frank in without a Force is sent to protect him. The sheriff of state Parish a Democrat he a resigned confessing his inability to make arrests. Prominent Union men in the Par. Rish of Caddo write that their Homes Are beset by desperadoes and their lives have thus far been saved Only by armed men who Volonte red to guard them. Or. Hudspeth District attorney for the eighth District whose letter is enclosed says men and women and children have recent in been murdered in the Parish of st. Lan-4jy, by bands of armed men who remained unmolested. The governor has no doubt Bat that a Hundred and fifty men have been murdered m Louisana m the last month and a half and that there seems to be a settled determination by the rebels either to kill or drive away Union White men and leading coloured men Boas to be Able to terrify the masses of the col sorted people into voting As they shall dictate. A a. Secret organization founded for the purpose of keeping coloured men m Acon action of inferiority pervades the state. It . Precipitate a conflict Between i the two races. There Are military Branch. A secret organization on foot in the City of new Orleans. They Drill openly in the streets at night and it a a easily to be seen that the mob that threatened the legislature some weeks since were Only pre rented from reenacting the scenes of i860, by the presence of United states troops. It was the deliberate intention of this organi i station to assassinate the lieutenant governor and speaker of the House of repro Senta Tives for having decided questions obnoxious to them. Ii Conlu a Mon Tho governor says he sincerely be Hevea that a bloody revolution is meditated. And he asks two regiments of cavalry regiment of infantry and a Battery of Artil. Lery to enable him far repress violence arrest criminals and protect the officers of the Law. He believe a few examples of consign punishment would secure peace in the state As soon As the political Campaign a is Over. A a a a a a a a drawback regulations. Regulations for the allowance of drawback on alcohol or rum under the provisions of the act imposing a tax on distilled spirits and tobacco approved july 20, were issued from the Treasury a department this morning. It is announced that. The terms of drawback Are limited by the terms of the Law to alcohol and rum and no drawback is to be allowed except upon Treasury. Department. Exporters to avoid a is marriage or. Delay in. Receiving their draft should be particular to give their Postoff headdress in full of the application. For allowance of drawbacks for the discharge and cancellation of the Export Bond the same certificate and other evidence Wiur be required As in the Case of lading on. Bonds for Export of imported merchandise exported from the United st tes under the Laws and regulations made in pursuance thereof appertaining to the customs. The entries and Bonds Are to be numbered in consecutive order from number one upwards and the other papers m each respective Case to hav e corresponding numbers. The same fees and charges Are to be collected in like manner upon exports of alcohol and rum for allow a Ance of drawback As Are chargeable to exporters for like service in the custom House in cases of exports of imported merchandise. In Case of failure on Tho. Part of the exporters to comply in All respects with the requirements of the Law and the regulations made in pursuance thereof in matters of application for drawbacks of alcohol and rum under the act of july 20th, 1808, the claim for drawback will be a allowed. Proof by affidavit i will not be received to a Supply deficiencies of official or record evidence to substantiate claims nor will drawbacks be allowed for taxes claimed to have been paid on alcohol or rum exported in casks not stamped Oripon which the name the distiller the District dat of payment of tax and number of proof Gallons has not been Cut or burned thereon a required Byr the Twenty fifth and fifty sixth sections of the act of july 20th, 1868. 1 /. I a the foregoing regulations will be in Force and take effect immediately. R my. Rollins has been considerable excitement to Day in various circles relative to the acceptance by the president of the Resigna tion of or. Rollins of the internal Revenue department and much anxiety has prevailed with regard to the rumoured appointment of a new commissioner. It was reported this afternoon that or. Johnson had designated a commissioner and interim but upon inquiry it is ascertained that so far there has been my appointment and in All probability will not be for two or three Days if so soon. The belief is expressed that the attorney general will not give his opinion of to whether under the Law the office is now vacant and that until such opinion is stated there will be no fur their action by the president. Or. Rollins a is still absent from Washington and Deputy commissioner Harlan is in charge of the office. Different impressions prevail whether or. Rollins will retire in Case the attorney general officially pronounces the office vacant. I a a a a a a the president and Louisiana. An official interview Between president Johnson and col. Deane of Louisiana a member of governor Warmoth a staff was pleasant and conciliatory the president daring the interview showing no disposition to question the legitimacy of the government of Louisiana which furnished credentials to col. Deane. Quot without giving gov. Warmoth a messenger any official assurances the president expressed the opinion that the course he pursued in tip Gard to Tennessee would be adopted in Louisiana and other Southern states namely that upon proper application tie Federal Ibro. Are a sufficient number a in be used under Federal orders for suppression of disorder. The documents presented by col. Deane were referred to the War department and the matter remains in abeyance until Gen. Schofield returns on saturday. /. Military matters. General Canby is expected to arrive Here about the last of this week or first of next and enter immediately upon the discharge of Bis duties As commander of this department. General Emory the present commander of the department will remain in this City he being a member of the Board to revise cavalry tactics. Now in session Here. A attorney general. Attorney general Evarts returned this morning from his visit to new York and _. Had an Early interview with the president alcohol and rum a known in -com1 Secretary Mcculloch and or. Erarte also Merce. Be drawback will be allowed upon Llad an interview this afternoon. A Bureau. Number 188. Pour of clock a. M. Alcohol of a less degree of Power than eighty degrees by the hydrometer or instrument for ascertaining the proof of Liq prs under the Revenue and collection Laws of. The United states pertaining to customers. All exportation of such al. Cohol to be entitled to drawback must be in quantities not less than two thousand Gallons and in casks containing not less than thirty Guage or we Gallons of alcohol. A rum can Only be exported with the privilege of drawback in quantities not less. Than two thousand proof Gallons in casks containing not less than thirty gauge or wine wipe Gallons and drawback will be a allowed Only on Tho basis and number a of part it of Gallons actually exported. To entitle in exporter to an allowance of draw Jck of taxes paid upon alcohol or rum he must. _ at least six hours previous to Tibe time for inspecting gauging and loading casks for Export on which he shall desire to claim give to the collector of customs for the port of entry in which such exportation is to be made an application in Dup Cate setting Forth his intention to Export the articles described therein specifying the whole number of casks the. Marks and Sevy Rai numbers thereon the kind of spirits whether alcohol the same As known in Commerce the number of the gauge Gallons the number of proof Gallons claimed to be contained in each cask and Tho amount of tax paid thereon and setting Forth his intention to Export the same and the name of the Veasel at which the same is Robein a felted and gauged and the port to which the same is to be exported. Forms for the in accordance with the instructions above Given Are contained in the regulations As Well a the forms of the order for examination an shipment by custom inspectors and Gua Gers and Ina peo Torso. Certificates. And if the merchandise. Be exported by any person other than the distiller by whom the tax was paid the exporter shall Rule with the entry a a duplicate invoice a of Bills of Purchase so a evidence of ownership one copy of the same to be annexed to tie copy of entry with the Bill of lading duly signed by the master of the vessel to be snf5 collector and another Ospy Oft Iio invoice or Bill of Purchase when the shipment is completed is to be transmitted by he collector of costume of the port to the Secretary of the Treasury. The exporter shall also give Bond in duplicate to the United state with a least two sureties satisfactory to the collector of customs conditioned that the principal named in said Bond will Export the spirits As sped fled said entry a to the port mentioned and designated in said entry and that the same shall not be Atadea within the jurisdiction of the United stats the pen amp Isam named in the Bond shall be equal to less than double this amount of drawback claimed on such alcohol or my. A. The following memorandum concludes to late a regulations if the claim for draw it by cd 1� allowed a draft for the a amount to and one will be forwarded from the had Preb me n a s major general Howard has issued a Cir the act of. Congress relating to the freedmen a Burean which a was passed Over the presidents veto v Quot Quot customs Quot a. I the receipts of customs from july. 20th t to july 31st, inclusive were j2,793,764. Wa8he�st0i� topics and gossip. At the Cabinet meeting to Day the president will submit the question of granting a sufficient Fopp of regular troops to maintain order in Louisiana Jas requested. It is probable that the request will be denied and troops will a needed under requisition from general Buchanan. Or. Johnson has accepted the resignation of commissioner ruins unconditionally and the latter has been advised by his friends to Tarn a Var his office to his Succes. Horas soon As he is appointed. Baron de Stoerkel the russian minister denies having delivered and the president Sayrs he has not received the congratulatory letter from the Czar Toter. Johnson on his escape from impeachment. Notwithstanding this it is positively asserted by those who ought to know that Snow a letter by Baron de Stoerkel to the president. A a a a a a president Johnson will not make his Eastern tour until the close of the month owing to a pressure of business. He will be accompanied by mrs. Senator Patterson his daughter. It for. A. D. Colly the Only Union member of the Texas state Senate during the Throckmorton administration was recently shot while standing at the door of his House by a member of the Xuy flux Good effects of the1 new tax Law is shown a the Large increase of internal Revenue receipts. Wednesday nearly a million of dollars was collected and yesterday a he receipts were nearly equal to that amount. Cummings the Straw hat and a Tel Man wants to be either commis new or District Revenue collector at a a j11 s?p0rvjmr of internal a Revenue -h.nhnns??,?> and be does not care Pribos does not like him. Mso make fun of the Straw hat Tonkin Binka Cummings 2so&ng. A a a Lerand Job Titian to have dispatch states that it is ascertained the instructions of Reverdy Johnson a be Strong re Garding the Alabama claims. He was merely directed to pursue the same course ashes predecessor on that que Guam to was More Faux instructed regarding the american doctrine of expatriation. It is believed that the president and secretare1 Seward authorized Hotoi to As to the rights of naturalized Ortiz eau similar to thai lately agreed non s in leu states. From Europe. By Telegraph to the put Uburth Gazette. 1 Quot july 6.�?baron von Buest in a speech made at the Schutzen fest to Day declared Austria would not interfere in German affairs and that the Imperial government utterly ignores any policy of vengeance. A Perth August 6.�?in the House of deputies to Day the army Bill was passed. A France. Paris August 6.�?her majesty Queen Victoria landed at Cherbourg yesterday and reached this City last evening. She a was received at the station by her majesty Empress Eugenie and proceeded to the till Eric a. The Queen will leave Paris tonight for Switzerland. A it Spain. Madrid August 6.�?the Spanish government has declined to assume the protectorate of st. Domingo a which was proffered by one of the political parties. Financial and commercial. Paris Auguste rentes 70f 24c. Liverpool Anutt 6.�?Cotton Bas e declining tendency sales of 10,000 Bales middling Uplands at 9%Orleans 9�extras unchanged. I London evening aug st 0.�?consol� Money 94 accounts 94pia94jf Bonds 71. Illinois 91�?T Erie 39. Linseed Oil 63 increase in the Bank of England �592,000. , August 6.�?petroleum 63 a. Georgia legislature. Bytel Erratb to the Gazette Atlanta g a., August 6.�?in the election of state officers to Day by the legislature the entire Republican ticket was chosen. A Bill was presented in the legislature to Day for the election of municipal authorities for Augusta to fill the vacancies caused by the Relief of the. Present military appointees. In the Senate the majority a report of the committee on privileges Ana elections was adopted 22 to 18. The majority report is to the effect that by the Laws of Georgia alone none of the elections. Wore legally held. The committee Are constrained to think that the military tribunals Are alone competent to decide upon military orders. The present. Legislature elected under a state of things which has passed away was organized and placed in Possession of civil Power at the opening of the session and the committee Are of opinion that the a pest course would be to consider the order of general Meade declaring the election a Legal one final and conclusive As to the eligibility of members and All other questions. In View of All the circumstances they propose a Resolution that general order no. 90, from general Meade in relation to persons elected to the Senate be declared and held conclusive As to the rights of persons named to their seats. Louisiana legislature. By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette. New oblians August 0. A two More democratic members of the House were unseated to Day and their Radical opponents installed in their places by votes of 43 to 25. The seats of these ousted members were originally Bon tes ted on the ground of ineligibility but that was abandoned and the charge of Frand substituted. Among the published evidence in the cases Are two affidavits purporting to How that the Radical contestants committed greater frauds than Are charged against the democrats. the presiding officers of the democratic clubs Here denounce the statements that their organizations professing to be political Are really military As unmitigated falsehoods ,.an immense crowd gathered in Lafayette Square to night to fear Willis Rollins coloured Democrat who has la to by become popular As an orator one of the speakers and addressed the crowd and or. Rollins had just mounted the stand for the same purpose when the platform it five Way and four policemen and Persona were injured. The latter seriously Quot no lives were lost. _. A a . A by Telegraph to the . Halifax August 6.�?so far the Canadian ministers have received attentions from the Lieut. Governor Admiral no Publ la demonstration has been made. But Little is known concerning the result of the Mission. Rumor says however that or Howe and other Dominion a members accept the. Situation. Fifty one members of the Dominion Assembly and Teh of the legislative Connell have been holding a convention the past three Days i the proceedings a Are said to have been very harmonious. A committee of seventeen was appointed including the executive Council with or. Howe As chairman to consider the Best Means in the present emergency for securing the repeal the convention then adjourned to Friday. A the local parliament met at noon to Day remained in session five Minatel and then adjourned till monday to rive the convention time to Complete its labor. A it Alabama legislature. By Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette Momtgomery August 6.�?in the Senate to Day a Hill was presented providing for the legislature to East the electoral vote of the state Ohleh was. Met with opposition and was postponed till to Senate caused to be read a number of letters from the Kun flux klan and a Lively discussion ensued. in the House the Senate Bill removing All political disabilities of olt Zens of the state was called up and postponed until tomorrow. Quot i homicide at Providence r. I Providence August 6.�?1thoe. Moran one of an sex Carslon party from Worcester was fatally shot at Rock Point this afternoon try Edward j. Campbell of new York. Campbell was arrested and lodged in the East Green Moth jail. Moran and four oomph Niode jostled Campbell and then attempted to whip him. A. A a it by Ball at Wheeling. By telegraphic the tie. T a Wheeling August 6.�?a match Gam of base the Sineln nails of Cincinnati and the Battles of this City was won by the former by a store of sixty six to eight. It a base Ball at a by Telegraph to Tea Pittsburgh Guette a. A Cleveland Augusto a a game of base Ball to Day Between the olympics of Pittsburgh and Forest City of Cleveland waa won by the former. Score 84 to 22. Four steamboats and a Barge burned Lossi $100,000. By telex a photo the a let Burgh Gazette Cincinnati a gust 6.�?this morning a fire broke out in the engine room of the Steamer Del War and soon communicated to the Potomac lying alongside. From the Potomac the flames spread to the Pine Grove and Ezra Porter and to a Barge lying at the porters Stern. The total loss is about one Hundred thousand dollars. The Porter was owned at Pittsburgh Val Yueji at forty eight thousand and insured for thirty two Tho Sarid in Pittsburgh offices. The Potomac was valued at thirty two thousand and insured for eighteen thousand in Cincinnati offices. The Pine Grove was owned by the Nashville packet com Pany was valued at twelve thousand and insured for nine thousand in Cincinnati. The Delaware was owned amp to Pittsburgh valued at twelve thousand and insured in Pittsburgh offices. Thai Barge destroyed was valued at 91,800 insured for $1,500. The fire is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary. A the boats were laying up at the time. Sian and woman tarred and feathered Iby Telegraph to the Pottz Burgh Gazette Boston mass., August 6.�?at Chesterfield mass., a Man named Hiram Pittsinger who is said to have kept a women As a Kitchen servant and Between them to have abused his wife so that she was compelled to leave him last month was visited a night or two since by about thirty men in disguise and borne women also and ordered to surrender., he resisted and knocked one of the assailants Down but was soon overpowered. A Pittsinger and his Honse Mai divere then marched to the House this brother near which the unfortunate pair were stripped of their clothing tarred and feathered and Ridden on a rail about half a mile. Pledges were made not to divulge the names of those engaged in the riotous proceedings to. Remove his servant from town within forty eight to make a confession of his guilt to his wife. If this was not done a worse visitation was to follow. A explosion of a Steamboat boiler. Of Telegraph to the Pittsburgh Gazette Memphis August 6.�?the tug Nettie be Longin of Biglow it pc Millers while towing Sonie barges exploded a boiler some three Miles up the River this afternoon carrying away the Forward part of the caboose and Pilot House and severely scalding a Man named Williams ail Engineer. The regular Engineer Aud fireman had just stopped out of the engine room when the explosion occurred and they together with the Pilot narrowly escaped death. A a literary Alfa ire at Perryopolis an interesting occasion. The Beautiful and picturesque Village of Perryopolis nestling among the Majestic Hills and Sublime scenery of Fayette county about forty five Miles above Pittsburgh on the Connelsville Railroad was startled out of its usual quiet and for a season made to quiver with excitement by a literary and musical entertainment which took Placo there a few evenings since. The affair was under the immediate supervision of messes. Henry and by a ugh and wag held forthe Benefit of the sunday s5hool connected with the Church in Whitfi it took Placer for weeks preparations for the event had been going on and when the time arrived it was made the occasion for a grand outpouring of the inhabitants old and Yonng so that eight o clock the hour appointed for the commencement of the exercises found the building crowded almost to suffocation with the Beauty fashion and intelligence of the Vicinity All clothed somewhat after the style of the Man in ancient time who fared sumptuously every Day. The programme occupying Over two hours in its rehearsal was of a varied and interesting character consisting of vocal and instrumental musical selections declarations dialogues readings and Tableaux All of which were rendered in a manner that reflected great credit on the training of the performers and if applause is any criterion were highly appreciated by the audience. Among so Many performers of a first class order it in almost impossible to. Single out any without doing. Injustice to the remainder but to cannot refrain from noticing the vocal and instrumental exercises of the misses Townsend and Martin which were especially Well done the audience manifesting their appreciation of them in rounds of applause. In the dramatic line by com a Mon consent the Ffield 1 of Praise was awarded to or Lee s. Smith a Well known Pittsburgh Amateur a who was sojourning in the Vicinity and had kindly consented to assist in the entertainment. In the a regular fix or. Smith Madera great hit representing in life like reality the character which he assumed the audience not failing to acknowledge in an emphatic manner their opinion of the performance. At intervals a brass band discoursed Sweet Melody Ohleh. Formed quite an additional feature in the exercises and served in an agreeable manner to relieve the tedium of waiting Between the performances. Time and space however would both fail in mentioning in detail All the attractions of the occasion. Suffice it to say that when the curtain gracefully fell on the closing Tableaux in which the entire company of performers joined and1 the Echo of the last round of applause had died away All Felt that the affair had fully equated the highest expectations of the most sanguine and As they slowly dispersed homeward spectators and performers congratulated themselves on having parties stated in Ano ocasion which would hereafter Mark an epoch in Perryopolis Village Ufa. _ real estate transfers. The following deeds were filed of record before h. Snively esq., recorder August 6th,1868. Joseph Dicker it no. T6 Joseph Nixon Cugnata 1m8 lot on la Arena near Olur Riddle Etimet 24 by 185 feet with sold no it .45,000 Lucas win heart to Martin Koia ska augusts 1808 lot on Liberty Street Birmingham 17 by 94 feet with bulldln�<1,900 Isaa Emills it no. To John , january 1, 1868 lot near the re a ltd in the Borough of Brad Doeke a 80by218 feet. $1.100 Farlly amen to Franklin Taylor etal., september 80, 1856 lot in Mulberry Alley Mckeo Aport 35 by .818 00 feet Benj. Bsh. Fox so Lan Xoren Burg. Moby 1m feet. ,.4926 Martha Taylor and Bobert Taylor to John w. Black Ite lot on Carton at tet Raat bar Mingl bylis Frett with in Loling a Quot lot William Hare to Manaa Aea Grant aug. 4, on Lucalle Arcet it feet William b. Lonton to Ojoyce t. Unit Erfeld july14, 1868 Leta Nob. 37 and a in Denn Latona a plan on Denn Latona a Avenue. East Liberty 48 by 150 fact cd Riata Anfu la Heimz Vii al off iii aug 6 is. Lot in the am seat Corner of Long Lumc or Ferre Samuel 1b. Cluley a he or to aug. 1, 1888 lot no. A a u a put in on Pike at reel fifth Ward 25 w100 feet Wlton Bill Donga 45,506 Jne cml cruel to Alpert a. Jef a not. A or 21 �osfcet6 treet a itt Tow jump a try Moor to Quot of a do re a a Aoa pm lot on cuff Trout Here nth , 48 by a a a Mosway go. A sure Day nine mortgage were died fort word. Brief news items. A the chilian Congress has abolished debt. A a a a the yellow fever is prevailing at the quarantine at new York. A a a a new York co operative societies Are to have a Pic Nic on the i5th. A a the annual festival of the Brooklyn Schutzen fest commences on wednesday. Frederick Lancelot has organized a new association for the Independence of Canada. A Morton Price has accepted the Challenge of the Ward Brothers to four English oarsmen. A a William Hogg of Philadelphia Pioneer carpet Weaver died on wednesday aged eighty five years. A nearly All the Catholic churches of Montreal Canada have been robbed of Gas fixtures piping a. A the Steamer Ocean Queen from Aspinwall arrived at new York yesterday. She brings $806,000 in treasure. A the sex rebel Admiral Franklin Buchanan has been elected president of the Maryland agricultural College. A the Loyal league of Utica n. Y., serenaded Hon. Roscoe Conkling on wednesday evening. He spoke briefly. A a tear dealer of Philadelphia named George Zimmerman committed suicide yesterday by blowing out his brains. A under Thor new Law printers and publishers. Are subject to a tax on sales in excess of twelve Hundred dollars per Quarter. A Millie Saucey a Black Crook Danseuse was nearly choked to death in Philadelphia Tho other Day by John Fielding an a thirty seven thousand five Hundred dollars was the amount collected in new York churches on sunday last in Aid of the Pope. A 1 a eight Large sized meteoric stones have been received at the Philadelphia Academy of. Natural sciences. They were found in Mexico. The United states Steamer Kearsarge has been heard of in the Straits of Magellan and was expected at Valparaiso in a few Days. A a a Alonzo Masselon of Lewiston Maine was nominated for Congress by the democratic convention of the second District yesterday a Tkv coroners jury re turned a verdict that Gen. A i Pine died from congestion of the brain and spinal chord from accidental use of chloroform. A the steamboats Delaware Potomac Ezra Portor and Pine Grove were destroyed by fire at the Eureka dry Dock Cincinnati on thursday morning. A John Callahan an Engineer has been arrested at new York for theft in Havana and committed to await a requisition from the governor general. A general Meade on monday assumed command of the military department of South Carolina which was formally turned Over to him Wyllen Canby. T a a the new York canal convention called at Albany on the 12th inst., is postponed until after both political parties have completed their nominations for state offices. A Hon. Charles Williard of Montpelier vt., was nominated for Congress by the Republican convention of the first District plxp1,1?0?4 yesterday after two Days exc Tea balloting. A a i is stated Horace Greeley will accept the office of Register of new York made recant bythe death of Gen. Halpine provided the salary and fees Are Given to the widow of Tho deceased. A Verner Seymour a endorse intent of the Wade Hampton reconstruction Plank in the democratic platform surprised new York republicans who imagined he would not commit himself on that Point. A Tho office of the Star fire insurance company no. 96 Broadway n. Y., was robbed about two of clock yesterday afternoon of forty thousand dollars in United states five Twenty Bonds,.new�?T65�?Ts. A it is stated that Gen. Sherman will at once Convene the Indian peace commission authorized by the recent act of Congress and Confer with the various tribes with a View of preventing further disturbances. A the funeral of Gen. Halpine Miles of Rilley will take place at new York tomorrow j John t. Hoffman Gen. Hunter Horace Greeley Richard Orgorman and other citizens of High standing Are to be pall bearers. _ a a a Panama advices to the 28th nit. State to collision Between the government troops and revolutionists had yet taken place. Preparations on both sides were Active though there was a Prospect of amicable arrangements. ,. A the passengers who left new York on the Ocean Queen on the 16th of july were detained at Aspinwall nearly three Days in consequence or a portion of the Panama Railroad track and a Culvert having been carried away during a storm at Orissa George Benners and Louis Halworth Are in custody in Philadelphia for swindling politicians out of Money to the amount of five thousand dollars collected from persons of both parties under the pretence that it would be used to Purchase flags. A a. A the committee appointed to investigate alleged frauds at the Philadelphia Navy Yard have recommended a further examination and Secretary Welles has appointed a court martial to try cases to be a Ronget before it. The court has commenced its a eighteen Hundred and fifty seven fire escapes have been erected in new York by order of the superintendent of buildings Ainee the first of january and including bulk Heads a nearly three thousand houses Are provided with Means of escape in Case of fire. A John Quot Burnside coloured indicted for larceny was yesterday placed on trial in the criminal court of Nashville tenn., Hon. John Hugh Smith presiding. At his request s coloured jury Wasim panelled the first jury of the kind in the state. The trial att re cited a much attention. A reports from Georgia show the Cotton Plant very Small hut healthy and that unless it grows rapidly not Over one half of what waa made last year will be realized accounts from Florida state the worm is on the increase especially among the sea Island Cotton and the rain causes the fruit to shod. -. A a a a Quot a a a Quot convention of Border state coloured men at Baltimore adjourned after passing a resolutions urging men of the South t.6 support general Grant one thanking Congress and a third Elling for a a a National negro convention to meet in Philadelphia the third tuesday in december. 1 a a. A a a at in adjourned me ung of the tobacco dealers and manufacturers of new York. Yesterday resolutions Ware adopted that All Tobago of and annals if amp Rafste wages in new York and Philadelphia. From the new York Post. A below will be found a statement if the wages paid in new York and for Comyeni ence we have added in each Case the wages paid in Philadelphia for ten hours work per week of six Days a a. New York. Philadelphia. Bricklayers30� ii so i Brick maker. 2i�24. 19 Kea brewery labourers. A a Shes 1 i ltd a a Box makers . R<�i5 Box maker women. 6��? 6��? bookbinders. 12�u bookbinders women. Box makers Wood. 12�15 Bakers Wlton boa Dina a 8�i2 Barbers .vj6�30. 2�l5 bar makers. 16@25 i5�20 Cabinet makers. 1c@25 Candy workersr@1s. 12�18 carpenters .2- a 15@21 chandelier and Gas fixture. . 2c Sjo a a 18��? cloth matters a. Carriers. Cigar makers. A women. A Carmen. Cotton Milis a j a a. It Roinen. Engineers. I5 get Lei Gold pen makers. 2c�30 15@25 gilders. J5@i8 -@1� gun makers. 15�i8 u�1s batters a. When by the i Eek. 25��? a a a 11 Bathe piece. »@s0 a. S5�70 often $g0 and $70. A Hack Drivers. 1c�12 Ipp a hor6eahoers. 15@22 12�x Hod carriers. 17 to ��12 India rubber workers ir@24 a a Iron founders. A moulders23@24 a a a machinists a. 16@24 12�18 pattern makers. 15�24 5�2l paddlers. The. I a a lib a jewellers. 1s�g Mattras makers. A 15�18 printers. /. 1. A it j. A a a a compose Torbjor Day work. 2f@--. 18020 i lbt .�?~25030 a a a 2c03o press work pier Day 17@18 boys 4 50 140 press work per night 16@2b 4 50 us a Pinno makers Case makers. 180c5 18020 finishers. 2f�30 2002� regulators 2o�10 25035 key makers. Ir�20. 12020 a borers. 12��? ice a picture a Glass Frame makers ifi�22 plumbers. 18�21 plasterers. A a paint a White Lead workers. Pocket Book maker Starr men. Iverso lbs Quot. Shoemakers a Ordinary work Fine work. Stable men. Stonemasons. Stonecutters a a on Brown Stone on other Stone. 25#��? saw Muis Sawyers. .7if is la 15 Angl Wieers. »�25 5�20 labourers. 12��? Ira a lanyard laborers1���? k�12 table cutlery. I2�25 12�2l tinsel tit. 15�18 12�i5 trunk makers 35020 15�20 Tyne casters7j. 12030 15085 women average. 7� a women .-7��? upholsterers in 3g025. 1c�30 Varn Lybera Andje Oil hers of furniture. 12018 32018 Wood engravers. 2t� 0 j804o watchmakers. 17�30 3c04o Case engravers a. 25��0 25030 Walters in hotels with Board i@j0 50 0 it will be seen that in the main wages in Philadelphia Are lower than Here but it is a fact that mechanics live far More comfortably in Philadelphia than in new York. Philadelphia has hundreds of acres of ground covered with Small neat houses which Are rented re to Low rates and inhabited by the same class of people who Are Here compelled to live in tenement houses Philadelphia has Well built and Well conducted my ret so. New York has Only a parcel of filthy Sheds. There Are other advantages which make life in Philadelphia to workingmen and their families far More pleasant than in new York. J 1 it. A c a old. A. Horrible and fatal Accident in Putnam county Indiana. On tuesday morning last As we learn from the Green cast ind Banner a terrible Accident i look place at Dexter a Bow Mill four Miles West of Greencastle. Or. Dexter and his assistant Franklin Peters had placed a Large log on the carnage and were cutting it Down with axes so that it would pass under a the upper saw which was running at about one half the usual Speed and in his Lurry he lost his footing and fell with his Back against it. Tho saw. Entered Between the shoulders cutting the spinal column in two and then i passed Down the entire length of the body Hutting off the ribs and flesh. Death was instantaneous and the body fell Forward on the a face spreading apart about four of five inches on the Back so Quot that the lungs liver heart and other internal organs could be distinctly seen singular and fatal casualty the r. C. Bib hop Spalding of Kentucky burned. A Louisville dispatch of the 4th says. About twelve of clock last night the mos. Quito bar Joyer the bed in which Bishop Quot i b. J. Spalding of the Cathy Lic Church was ? sleeping accidentally caught fire. In trying to extinguish the flatness his clothes ignited and before assistance could teach him he was very seriously a turned from the effect of a which he Fri eds. This evening Bishop Spalding has Lor a number of years been connected with the Catholic Church in this pity and his sudden death Lias cast a gloom Over the whole City. A a watchmaker of pm ris possesses a wonderful watch valued at $4,000. During the late International exhibition the idea occurred to him to offer it for Sale to the Sultan who has an inclination for expensive jewelry hut although the Royal Secretary admired it he assured the dealer that his majesty would not Purchase having already a watch that gave him entire satisfaction and to prove his assertion fetched it. A what was a the jewelery a Surprise to find that Tho watch was mounted on a Crystal about the size of a Silver Dollar and a Finger thick haying a value of at least $200,000. A the Treasury regulations for allow Anoe of drawback on alcohol and rum were issued on thursday and go into effect immediately. The Law is Oona tired to limit the drawback to alcohol of full or car eighty degrees by hydrometer and to sure 1 rum fermented from sugar Molas so other product of suit acne with a set a of drawback Only privue8� titles not god new Orleans a by Tel Ezrah to Tho Pluto harsh. Quot new Orleans August Suzo to al i middling i50 ia151. Sterling exch fln0fh exc Hani ��?25 i?1�?Tbut firm it super extra.$9,26. Cum firm at i new Choice 60a67c. Has in form Ghoul actors 13 Keg,c20. Dong a Plaj. Buffalo Mark by put Tabors August 0.-wheat quiet and firm sales 3�i0p0jms sound mixed a 1,09 25,000 bus no. 1 do August,.at 76o. Pork 830 .18ka18ke. I list receipts�?78,000 b Ous. Shipments Corn 14i

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