Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 6, 1856, Page 2

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 6, 1856 Page 2
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ARXY INTELLIGENCE. troinvikoim, A|ivoImi?>iiM, TrauUtrt ami OWDklllMi H iiijivonw, St, <l ruber 5, 18o9 Hirfcu. . v.- eeartc.y of v aptatn tftiUaaw, Aatintaut Adjot moral c! ?h? Co lei -tate' Army, : am euablej Id i 1 for* the re?ii -a of the Hkkald the Cillow.ug 11 Mrtatilig ! '>nj 'he War I sunkrlm. ut, in advauoe ?'! aa ptib'i 'itiioo eluewhire:? tiEN i.KiL ORDEKS, NO. 10. *ak !'i PMMMBMT, ) iN'TiHGlUau's OvHiH, W u4His..iov, Septemoer t, l**1* > Fremoticnt an .. tatments m the Army Of the UiiiwiJ Stales, made t>y u. ? : > aiueut by and with the a<ivice and eeutnni of Uie Senate, ?ino? the publication 01 \Scu -mi teitari,' No. 18, of Noveuiber 10, lbj5. I ? PROltOTIOWS. afjitamt '? iiKKAHrmrrr Rrev?t Captain tioortje I ><???, A- .-i*uarit Adjutant Geaeral, M b? A> ? ustrfOt Ad, tant (Jeneral, with ;he brevet rauk of Major, Iiet-mber 18, IH06. vice W.u..hip, deceased. Brevet Captain Irvin MeHowttl, Annuitant Adjutant Cenrra.. to be Annuitant Adiutaul i^iml, villi the brevul rant ol Major March 31, 1 *.'>?>, vice Kreeinan, roi^uou. craaanmaKTrK's ntcramrai? r. Lletitenam Colonel Charles Tboma?, Deputy Quirter ?after Betters!, to he Assistant Quartermaster (<eoerai, with the rank of Colonel, August 1, isat>, vice M?utoo, iNMMl. Major Thomas Sword*. Qnarterma tor, to be Pepaty Quartermaster General, with the rantc ol I.ioqwqidi Colonel. August 1, lSjrt, vice Thomas, promoted. Capta.n M). hat 1 M. Clark, Affistani Quartermaster, to to Quartorma ter, a.'h the rack of Major, Aueuat 1 165d, vice Swwds, promoted. immCAL ntP'ARTMKVT. Assistant Surgeon William J Sloau, to be Surgeon De aeniber 'jo. \bbh, vice -'innecke, deceased. Affii-taiil Surgeon Wilham S. King, 10 be Surgeon, Aug. ?, 1856. Assistant Surgeon David C. Deleon, to be Sergeon, Aug. itt>, ls5e. fours of aaciNErw. Captain Henry Erewerton, to be Major, August 23, 1856, wtw Ogdt n, 4ec rated. First Ututerant John Newton. to be Captain, July 1, !?!??(, having served " fourteen years continuous service aa Ucut< naiit. " Fin-t Liei tenant John P. Kurtz, to be Csptain, Ju'y 1, IWi having served ?? fourteen year* oontmuoud scrvico aa Lieutenant " First lji-utennnt Barton 9. Aleiscder. to be Capu.n, July 1, lbi>?, having ><e \ed " fourteen years continuous service as IJeuten.iut." Seennd Liaatrranl yoincy A. ?;.llmor?, to he First L.eu tenant., JbIv 1, 1866, vice Sowlon promoted. Second Lieutenant Frederick K. I'rime, to be First lieu tenant, July 1, 1866, vice Kuit/., promi.iod. Second llentei mi Jani' ii St 0. Morton, to be F.nt L;eu teoaut, July 1 1H6?, vice Alexander, proiaov.'d. Brevet Secon l IJeutenant ? ."d'.rey Vi<r. tsei, to be "Second beoteuaLt. July 27, 18ot>, the 'ate of Captain Kra-er s tea Ui. Brevet Second Lleutenact 'Jenrge Snyder, to be Second Lientenant, Augubt -Z, ISSo, the dale of M<.jOr Ogden 0 death. mars or toKxiturmcaL cvui.varaw F*r?t 1 leuteiant (George <; Meade, to pa Captain, Miy It, 18&P havinj; served ? fourteen years continuous ser ?*e a? Uei tenant.'' ls.rht Lieutenant Martin I.. Smith, to be Captain, July 1. l&fru Laving served "fourteen years continuoui service aa Lieutenant.'' Flr?t 1 teau rant lobn Tope, to be Captain, July 1, UfA kaving serred "fourteen >ears continuous service Lieiilecanl." f)ryt Lieutenant .!am?s W. Abert, to be CipUin, Ju'y 1, M66, having served "fourteen years continuous cerrice aa Lie'itenaiit. ' Second Lieuteoart Robert S. Wiiiiamron. to be First XienU nant. April 30, ISM, vice Hardcastle rc-' <rned. Seconu Ijeuteoaut Nathaniel Michier, to be iN.rai lieu tenant, May 10, 1866. vice Meade, proatot- J. Second Leuleuant John U. lUi ke, to be First lieutenant, jBlf 1. 186'i, vice Smith, promoted. Se-:ond L.eutecant Coverneur K. Warren, to be First Lieutenant July 1, vice Tope, promoted. Second Lieutenar t tieorge H. Menuell, to be First Lieu leoant, Ju'y 1, l?5fl, vioe Abert, promoted. Brex et Seeund Lieutenant Charles N. T irnbuU, to be Serond Lieutenant, April 30, 1866, vice Wilitamson, pro Mated. oirivA.fr* rKTAKT-.f-vr. rtn-i ! jev. tenant Theodore T. 8. laid ley, to be Capua. W! 1. 184< bav.ng *? rved " fourteea yea -a coaUnuoua rnten Uenirnatt." r.rti f.eutenaut James ? Ben toe. ti be Captain, Joy 1, )W. baring ?erred " fourteen year* coat'.nuou* aerv.^a m lacotei m.t ' 8a? ond ; eut< r.aEt Jorbna W. Sll. to be F.rst Licuto ?a?t, July 1. 18,'.6, rice I-uidlej. promoted. Sxona L ccU'DUit Praaeia J. stunk, to be K.rst Lieute aau, Joly 1, 1S6< . rice Benton, promote. ?In ..in MUST Ot Flret ! '.euttniint Imw M Hawe*. to be Captain, IV eem'KT U, 1865, vice Winabip. 'Hveaeel. (Cimoauy C.) Second l ieun-njOit t .eorga H AuderM>n, to be Firat : .teu temu.t. December 13, lUo, rux lUwoa, promote.!. (Corn r?y c.) Brev-t Second lieutenant I*wl* Merrill, of the F rst Prago< ik, to e n.tudi! i.ieutenunt, I>ecemb<-r 13, ltub, ?lots (>. B. Ander* m. prometod. , Company > .) bMmsxt or OtriUY. FTrat Lieutenant <Jeorge H. Meuart. to l>e Capta.n. Pe ?M?ber '.0. 1?65. Tiee Coftoe. reamed. (Coinpniy K. ) Second Lieutenant Jamea 1.. B. Muart, to be Klf?t I Je? Koact fccember ?u, 1855, trh e ^tcuart, promoted. (Com Serotd I 'euteront F.ltr.er Otm, to be Fir*t IJeutenant, > ebr .*ry '.t, 1M?, rice Lore, waifnad. (IteS* any r.j ?W -M> "Mi *** r <?* 'a*'.KY. Prut Li? 'tnant Vtihan (? Ev?d?, to be <?ptetn, May 1, 1?4?. vice Trat 3, <1;.-a?ie?ed. (Company H ) Second :..ei:U?i?st Ji>hn T. fbeaf, to bo F!r*t L:e'jteB*r.:, Hay 1, ISM, tic* ?vant, promot-d. (Company f ) Becond 1. .etiteeant Ct+nrte B. Crosby, ti be rlret I.eu tenant, Kay 1. 1*54. rice Croaa, wuc>a vommiaaiou ex ft rtm j . re ; any A.) ?auiijiT o* nnTo r:r:>*rr. Brerr t second J. itcnaat W ?i.i on W Atere!. '1 V Bwoc<i Lt? tenant, ilay 1, 146#, rice Bomea, reaigned. (CoD|?ljJf B ' *rt Ktc-wcvr or i*th:uit. Second : ie- enant B ha-d < Puryea. to be F'?a'. I ei betBt. Iiecember ?, l?^6, tK.e B> Itxtoover, re*.<i>ed (Ocmpaay a ) S*? f nd Ijentwaai " aiwortb lenk iw, to t e J r*t i .ieu Msact. Febrcary it, late, t o e Boyn^e.reticned. ( Jom paoy I).) Brertt -ecund I.i- -umaj t Jobn W. Turner, of tb? TbSrd AnJlery, to be ona I leatenact. Noreaber 18, ls?4. Ttoe f-a.tcir, d. (C -apaay H ) ?rvret .-ecoi.ci Ll. jteoaat ? i*nc .n A. Sh?H?p, to be ^oc.! Liae tenant. iKctnbw 6, 1865. Ttco Iiaryea, promoted (Oompasy u.) <?*?"!*?> *a> :?rr (-?? *imi!??T. Second Deuteoatit H<nirj C. H'rioada, to be Ft fit I 'en Mftarit anuarj Jl, 1Mb, vtca Thomas, rwigned. (Com paoy I ) Beyond IJautepaat ludcon P P nrbam, to be Flrx: L eu tcaart kla. b 1U. 1^46, tk* Noi.ea, re* gaud. (Compa ny L) rsmii R*. *m n t itri :.?ar. Vint Mett" ant Joveyti ?*wart, to be Cartats, January C, 1W?, ?>cf Bragg, rmgtied '^?mpaay II ) Bacffid lieot' 1 ant La Rbrtt I. !jr..ig*too, 10 be > .rat Ltmitruant. laauary 3, iv>?, t cm swaart, promoted. (Ooia|an> K , f+< . ad I Mttad TofcB C. '"barnl'T to be F5r?t Llea Maar ', May -I, l?-0, not Free, b re?igued (Com, ?Ft) rcrirni awinrrrr o? arm t Ftrat liecfaant i.eorfe V> Kaaa. to be CafAaln, Feorn ar* 14. 1?t?. THaW(?n?r det-.-aaed (' ompanr M.) F !? tIJ?Jl'Baat Joba H. ..r? aud !.??>.. Ca; ta n, Mtrca 11,144', * ? e * rieirai.. rfeifa^. 1 >?mparT K.> Bacjnd ! ?? .ureal ./oeej >t> H. W>.?eK *.?. w> be FifB Untruai, Jitbary 11, ltM, rice >mai, rtu|Md (Com paay I ) B'con i lie tcnac! Jaroh C' 'berteoc. to be Firat Lien lacai.t. February 14, l*4d. rtce ' *r?*/-h?-, mac neat m to rer menial comariaeK* (Compear K > Srfoad lieutenant <<*<-er A Mar*, to fc? firat I.ie taaant, lebruary 14, 1*>56, Tlca Rain*, proic t<~] (Com pary I.) Be< on t 1 iectenact .John Mende?ball, to be Tint i Jid Meant Uarcb lit, 14M, vice Vimmo, d<teaM>I. (Con paay P Berop.i f f :?nar.t lT;Btam B TerriM, to be f r?t I ?n tenar.t. Marofe 31, ia5A, rtce <? re land, proiuutod. (Com pat ! 1 Se>i.i d Iltuteaant lo^ia ft re'"u?#. to be Ki rM L'aa Waatt May 1, lkK<, ?We Booth, reeiguad (Oom -) rtaat *?fii*rri or or*?TT*t flrat Ltaatakaat CBart?a C. O.Ibert, to be Captain Pe ?ea.ber #, *Vt-e Burbank. promoted to Becoad In fcatry. (CoK;any B) F rat I.ieut 'eant Amu** f> Vitler, to be Taptaia, F?b roar j 11. 1*6* ? tea Artoor, naeed ('omi?ny f > ^trred I .euteaaat Ktorntoa A Waahmgtoa to be Kirat laeotetaat. Tfceem 1?M r re Mrl^ian, aiborautww few reftn.enul tDatmwm. (f>iwpeny l> 1 Beroad l ieutenant ramu* H I>yn >W? to ba Flrat Ijeuteaaat leceaaber 4, 1*46, n-a tiilnert, prom >t<: ! (tv-mpar y F ) Berond Lieuterant Jamea B Hreeae ta h? Flfit lAw taeant, February 11. 1W?, rice Tnmloy, wbo racaiea t?i rafim<ntal < OTOnileama ff'ompaay K 1 he?ord 1 euteaant <,eorga A. Wi ,ama to be F,rrt I en taaaot, lebruary 11, 1W6. rice Millar, promwe* (O. n paay B ) Brevet Second l ieutenant George M ?'> Inrk, of toe Flgfctb iafaatry, to be seenad Ijenieaaat, October M, 1*65, rloe MoOaO, deceaeed. (tjompaay A.) ?*.1 ? >wt> nmninrr inra.rrar. Capta a Fidney Bur bank, of the Klrat latantry. to ba Major, Dereaiher A, 1*66. %xt> Wont?>mery, dii?mia?ed rem* **?.iaa?r or israirraT F*"?t ! tertenaat Mmuad ('n^erwrfid, to ba Oapte n Marrn 1). 1*V *K? McCoaneii. rerigMd, (' enpniy ri ) Beeon t I aairnaat A'ifaat V Kautz to b? firat l^eu teaani, I<e< ? inbar 1. 1464. rtco Slaughter, kuled ia artioo (Compaoy A ) Nei-oad I tea ant tdrfa fro1*, to ba Ttrrt Lietita aan?, BarrA 11, 14V_ , t ( c<u-rirood, promoted. (< >ra pany II.) wri** >-et. ?ret .1* trurniT. Prut I ler.terant Jnaepti II. I'otier. to b? aota e, Janu art #. 1*641, aloe Hen*baa, dkltn<**ed. 1 < oifi> %nr u ; J?eroB<l ! eutenant F.daird A. Talfrey, to be J irat lien tenant. January t, 1*66, T> e Potter, prom >w?d. (0>m P^yir.) hh.utti *e? 'a*Tt "* tr?A*niT. Heroad '.,ente??at William V E Iiya, to be f.rat Uaa tenant, Ven 1,1*64, rtce Hallemau, reigned, (c; >m r*"F r ) !*:*?? BBi.tnRT "? taraimtt eeennd f Jantenaat Hugh B. Hem ng. to be Firet Ijea Irnant. 'uae 7, ltM. ?we Sargent. raat?Md (C ><a P?7 K ) imv ?tar alter or ier*?t*T f r$t l!ent*nant Alfred Oimming, to be Onpta n, Jn?y 3ri. i**r. tVce Webb, ree.gned (O mreny (i ) < <-oM LieateaM) lawrence A. William*. tob?i r? t :.rnter,a?t Ja!y 'JO. 11641, rlca Ctimm ng, proaota<l ft'ompaay (J.) Prt ret oa?l l ieutenant Frariek ?. Armtata?l, af the 1 vet >t 'v try, 10 be yecond Ueutenant, Jatf ft, Iff ; %>?? WUUmaa, promoted, (iompaoy ?). 1 !L- AP!?OIvntfKN??. i.nnui'a DCPAaiMian. Fr, vet Jujor Kite John i'orter, F<r?i lueuteu ? in -he Fou/th <?rul4iryt u> be Afsislaiit Adjutant '.Jc . , wi'h t:u Brivet r^-Lfc of Gaptaut, Juuo 27, 1858, v Dt,?.!, pr? motrd. i iret Lieutenant John Withers. of the Tourth ntrv itTav At.-u/Uuii A,!. ..taut (Jene.al, with the Br<>v ? uk cf Capita, Juno 27, 18M, vice M D^well, promote t. ClIVliTKMAThlt'.l VK"*MTMF*T. Kirtst 'outer ant Joon fl. Uic . ?ou, of the Fl ( \i. lery to t?? .tss^uct ^unrtt.-mAj; . w.t b rank of .'a; ^u, June 1*, 85b. vice French, rtfi , <1. Fir?i ; letitenant Frederick \ty ? of the rlftb In ?? tr?, to be Ai-.ttatitQttanernaater, w tr.3 rank ol 'J-i . u, August 20, 16iH, vice Clark, promoted. fckOICU 1-EJ'AKTBfc-VT, John F Randn ph, ot Louisiana, to Ou a?<-Htant So . eoo. Tic Sloan, promoted, u> dat') from December 24, IS' ) Jameu C. Hi iiion, of Virginia, to bo AuiirUut S i v. ?>n, vie Simons, dWmitsed, to date from February 2tf. 1?V. O'eorge Taylor, of Maryuui. to be A?.'i->tanl Su ;euo, T.ce Southsate, rw.gncd. to oat* trom April 1, 1850. Jobn J. Uaounltn, of V.rg'.tua, to t>e .Ustntast Surgeon, vice Stctner, dropped, to date from May 18 IsM, (ieorp< Hammonl. of Mary mud, to be Aas staot bur geon vico -'uirii. resigned, u a ate trom June id, I860 tTiiliam J. L 'Ktgle, of South Carolina, to ae Assistant Surgeon. August *S, is {>??. P. J. 6. lrwtn, ot Sew York, to be Assistant Surgeon. Aug on 26, 1&J0. Autbony Hogtr, of Pcnnt>!v*n.a, to be Assistant S. r icon, August " 9. 18f>6. At a Will, of V>rgta'.a, to be Assistant Su.'gecn, August 20, 18KS. CLarlea Brewer, of Maryland, to be Assistant Surgeon, Au< .?t l*-50. William H. liab-o k, of New York, to be Afentart Surgeon. Aug 2V?, lhftri. L ; ward \. Covey, of Maryland, to ft AtbUtant Sur geon, Aug. 29, 1856. Hicbard I Jynue, of Maryland, to be A^esitant Sur geou, Aug 29, I860. Robert Orr Cra g, of New Yorie, to be Assistant S-r ge>n, Aug. 29, I860. OKT.WIN T I Iir.'KT*E-VT. Dan-el Owe, of Ca :oic..t to be M.,1 tary Storekeeper, vice Newman, dien . fcod, i i uaie from April 16, 1856. ?IK.?I OK CjHaLKT, 13. Fdward Ingrabatu. o: M ssifbWbippi, to bo Second Lieutenart, June 2". J 86". (Company 1.) lit. FJi T.ong, of Kentucky, to be Second Leutcnant, Jtjje 27, 385<'. (Company H.) 10. Cadet IVanoiii i! vmtoa, to be Second Lieutenant, Jt.'y ], jSut*. Coajjmvy H) 11. Cadet iieorgi; D. Ra' ard, to bo Se-jond Ueutccant. Juiy 1, lS6o. (Omjany ?;.) SS(OM> KK' Mk.\rO> CtVALKT. 5. Jamrs E. ffariisoo. of t'ie IHxtrlct of Colrmh'a, to be ui'oo ', l^eatcn? *, June J7. Ir59. (Company H). P. C?' tt A. lurkcr Port, r, to Ue Second Lieutenant, July l. 185*>. (Company A ) 1?. Cadet Wo.fy ?,'*?. >f. to be Second Lieutenant, July 1, li*56. (Company I.) K1R.-T . N0rUK?T OF aRT'.IITKT. 12. Cadet Tbotnas C. ; : . van, to be '. oud Lieitcnant. Ju'y 1, lb&6 (Company C ) ST(> M> K ?? V K-NT o> i'.nunr, f>. Jofeph !'. Ji'&ef of North Carolma, to be Second Lieutenant. Juae -7. lS5t<. i .^mpany F.) 13. Ca let Jobn W Barrier, to be Second Lieuteuant Ju'.y 1. 1856. (Company B.) 17. cauet Uuilfora V. riai ey, to be frooond lieutenant. Joty X, IMA, Company E.) TH1HI) KK.'MK>T Of >KT!1.!FRY, 3. I ymar. L. Ke 'o*?. ot ? >fc:o. to ce Second lieutenant, June 27, 1856. (Company F.) 12. Tboma.- M. sunder*, of V.rg'nia, to be Second Lieutenaot. June '-7. lk5ii (Conai^uiy H ) it. cadet HeLry V. WHart. to be -vcoud Lieutenant. July 1. iboti. (Company 1 i 7. Cadet John l.-nx, to be .Second Lieutenant, July 1, 185*5. (Compiny K.) 14. C aoet Lornzo Lonun, to be Se.jond Lieutenant, Juiy 1, 1856. (Company L ) rot kta juuiiusrr of >*t:u frt. J. Fdvrard i . Barley, ot Alabama, to be Second Ueute uant, June 27. 185ti (Tiimpany L ) 2 Frederick M. Foil' ll, ol New York, to be Second Lieutenant, June 27, I860. (Company A.) 7. (ieorge S. Jamet*. of South Carolina, to be Second Lieuentnt. June 27. 1856. (Company ? ) 15 Charlo* I< Acdere?n, of Trxaa. to be eecond Lieute n*tt, June'27, 18.>C. (Company M.) 8 Cadet HertKrt A. Hackcll, t j be Second Lieutenant, Jul? 1, 1856. (Company C.) I... Cadet Joha res tut, to be Second lieutenant, July j 1, 180C. (Company ? ) ViBM VNT OF IMFAVntT. 4 M", .am H. Snyder, of I'linoit, to be attend I.eutenint, June 27. 18.'><5. (Co>mpat:y C ) 14. .Me ander' M Ha.?Kel), of Indiana, to be Second lieutenant. June 27, ISoe. (Company K.) 17. Jotn 1'. >hirfcuri.?, ofNew Hamin-r.ire. to be Second Lieutenant, Jnr.e 27 18'4. ^Cf>mpacy H ) l'.?. Henry Cay Wood, ci Meire. to be Second lieute nant June 27, 18. 0. (Company I> ) nto' .xn r* ut.y r at urintr. II. Fdwr.rd C. Moure, of Hanoi#, to oe second Lieute nant, June 27, )86d. (Comtiany C. t It'. HP MlU.XKNT <>? l.\FaN-TRT. 2P Cadet Thomius W?'??r, to be Sccoud Lleuteoatt. July 1, 18i?. (ComiKir.y (i ) mi ':1H *a Ki >T Of tMTAXTKT. A. Cbarlea A. [<akt, of CV.fi una, w tue Second Iiea tecaot. ,/uce 27, (Company 1.) 10 Mtrvln E. Culljr, 01 Obio. to k *: ooJ Lieutenant, June 27, 1 H*>. (OumpA'iv M > -l. fnc-itK Maliory cl \ ,rr'i:l?. to h? Seoccd Uauto Bkftt. ,'utie 27 It&f- Comwi.; H ) K. d! Irrnukt*. u> bo Second lie* June *7, l*>6? iG6t*!i?my E.) > 11 Rf" ik?>t o? iwrasttT. 2: C*J<t J< tin t. ll.ier, lo km Sow uu I xutecaot, July 1, 16M. (U>i.paj)y t ) ??T? I> *F.JTt or ITASTkT. 1* Orlando U Uocit, <>1 Michigan, lo be Second l.fo trua-t Jll? 27, lWf. <i ) ?*vaar>! k>. :*knt or i?i at*i. 26 Cadft CbarK* B m ttrn, lo be xs ? id Ueutenact July 1, It < . ' ? mpary I ) ? : HI K ? ' K?T t'f tXTASTHT. ?. Edwin '* i> >i' It'..** a. u b* -econd Lieute nant, June 27, IK A (<'ompfc?y C ) v.?in am :*k*i or BtiMHi 2*. Cadet JanonW Korayik, to b? Second Meatecant. J-iyl.UMl (Com pan* I) ) *1. ? vt\T or BTlTtHt. .0 'a hi fa 1 Tbociueon. of Michigan. to be Second Lieutenant, June 27, 115*. Compai y H ) Tb<- !( !lo? b( taoeo Cadet# frauuatta of the Military Ai a lr my, ar? atu* h*i to the army ot th? Br* vet of >ecot d L.t-oteoaci ta fonfe rn; ly ? it b tMtourtb Beetles ot the act apptottd .iprll .9, lbi-, to take r?.l? from Jay 1, 1A4 6 ? ro*?a or Di.:nM. 1. Gadet Ge?'|te M. ttoyiier. i promoted.) 2. Cadet Iw.4l. H?u?t<'c 3. fi'lti Mi'.n I). McAletter. f xmrr or ram laih.ui UMXtmmm. 9. Cadtl Ur.ardo V. l'oe. Oft -.**?? I MI'xMKOt. 4. Cadet Char lea C. i.ea. (?Mftfloit tun. 27 Cadet W'l'lam <;?,-t' n. company V, 2d refftment 30. lacct ?e?-r ft I ai.kaon ? mpaoy 0, lat reirim'-nt oi Cad' t Jotiti K Wi.ner, company il. 'j\ regiment, 4l. Cacti H am {'. sal >er?, company f, lit regiment. I A AIXT At*. 21 Cadet I oaafDrtf 1 . pouipanr A, 24 re^ment %?.. Cadet Jac? 1". Ma <JT, onrr pany B. lit reiiinoent; <11. ' arf't Juavpli H . Taylcr. rompany 0, lat re< tneul, itt. Cac t i .iaiiufti ; i.' rojarv C, id r>'|:meiil. ?<?? i am n? *oiirt.:i wnuxKM. Ctdrt WUiiMI H .It- ?.on, company 1). 41. Caiet HeftortM. l out , romp?n> I. AllTILt.UHT A KM. It ?*d?t John P StibO, -lui^iiy ?J. ^d refm*!)!- !'? r mi. t Hylan B I yon, comi?ny ? . -^t r*if sent. SO c*dei C Ra>nbiivf*. ootnpa?y I. ul rec'meni. 22 Ca 'i i RiebMtl l<oaor, lOtrpaar H, 4th rej: nu-nt. 21 Cid^t JmMk 11 ??iitiiao. M.mpai.y I., lit rej: m< at, 24 Cadet Tbomac K M.iler. ^oir. par r 1. tA r?g,ii,. nt. ?TiHTll Aim. S4. Cade? Frai>' k J Armi?v?afl, lomrisy H, l?t regi ?Knl. (rromatrl > i>t. ChrtM Hennas B'fr-. company t, 1Mb rm Btfoi 'M> (Viet V\|,iWm T ?>?oi tj rorn(??oy C. 4tb retiB<-nt ( add Jea?*a BP A.exaiidrr, .ompany K Mk NgaaeM; 3t. Cadet OVM K M> ly?ore. coat, *ay y, >ii h rfk'ir. t t 4(? (adrt Ri. bard f. C. U/rd. com:.*?v C. 7U> r<icimerit 42. ( ?"rt Juar* Mr.M ..at, com;>*oy It ?<1 refiairct. 4a Cad?t William B Hujbe*. cotn^oy H 4iK r?ftiBi'?ti 44. t*<i< t Sarr,j?l J4 Carroll, cmitoy a. Kb r>'Ktm'nt 4>i Cadet J. Mrl'ao Hildt. company <U Mb rafllbem . 4* Badtt E-a; OB c. Irea, rt.mpany f, 4 . reftmeat. in^ tntvurma*. M?)or M(t*r K Uaaa.M, lat Intaatry, to the 3d Infan try. ,1'iiy 2, l-'?. M* or (Maty dnrliaak, Sdlnlaatry, to tb? Ut In' miry. July 2. 1H0. Capta'n Jobn f Beynrida. 3d Artl'.MTJT, from company H. to lifht cotipaay Hay i?, 1<?M ?iet^n'i I.'e'ii?E?ot J'ir'i'!* B Wnreler, 24 Caralry. to the rorp" of Tojwifraphi-al l*(.'ine?r*. to take ptaie ,o tbe Army R?p u?r, tut L^loe Src<?d Lie iteaant Cnarlen ,N . TurtibuU, juM 27, ltbA, ITr- CA?fAtTlf a. Kiaaa5ATHHii*, 12A. ) Brrret Lieu'enant Wn.iam <1 Fryman, A?-la taa' Ad lant Aeaotal, aad Captain 4tb Art ery, Man 31. )?Vt. Brcret l>nt#c?nt Colonel B?a*too Brtfc. Cap*., n 3d Arttl ery, Jam try 3. I*' 9. Capta.n Sam'!'! O. lrra<h, A? ? ?t*it lynanerma^ler an'! I r?i ) euteoaat 3d trt !I?ry, Mty 31, 1A6?. < a|4aia Tbomaa R. McCoddi . , 4Ui .kfiai.trj, March 11. 1*MI OafAa.n Nathaniel 8. Webb, 10th I affcn ry, J y 20, 1IM c?|itaia John T. Coflee, lat Cavalry, December 20, IMA I 1 r?t I eiter.ar.t r.'<-bard S. Smith. 4th Artillery, Janu ary l.i, 1 Brr??t t^itair rdwar-i c Biynton, Flret lia itonant l?t Arjii?ry. Febfiarf 1?. l*',a Flrtt 1 letitraant Jd;eraoa II. Nona*, 24 Artillery. Mar> h I?, Ki.-ie. F r?t I 'uV-iubI Paatel M. IV /hoover, lat Art. lery, riecemlx>r A. 116$. Fir?t Ijf-ntenar 1 lit -ace Hald)>man, S h Infantry, Feo rnary 1, liM. Itret-ft Cip?a n I <*m md 1. V Hardeaatle, Firat TJantf BantCcrpa of T"pr*'?pbi, al I cif nwra, A -inl 30. 1>WI Fiiet l.Kiii?n.tai .loba C. B<?>tb, 4tb Arbllary, May 1, IBM Fir?t I leotrsant Robert B Tb' mae, 24 Artillery, Janu ary 31, iw 1 1 mt I ieaVnant Aider Sfcrfent, Mb Infaatry, June 7, 1HW. ^ Hret I ieu tenant Harry Lore, l?t Oaralry, February 2%, IViA. > r?t UeutenaaU>or*e K Btaae'l, 34 Artillery. fVp tetnbor 1, 1M0 SeeonA IJoou-naot Martha)) T. folk, Jd Inhntry, Apr H 10, 1?M? _ Pt rmd J.tenterart John .? Bowea Refleent of Monat en Ridoiri' n, May 1, U6*. Ar.on/1 f.ien'enant Hwia F Tow?ae?4, 34 Artillery. Marrh 11. IgM. I eroti'f I Motenaat Arch bald 'Jra< M, Jr., lib lo^hatrf , May il, l>-.se Sercrd 1 1*'. tenant Mal'Olm B KicboiM, IOOi lafaotrf, 'anuary 31, 1%M S^*it,'i |j"ieaart Will ?? A. B Jrmm, lat CaTA/ry, April 40, lkM Second '.'exeunt Fraacii E. SchifTer, r<d * r'lcry, Februarl o. 1858. 9*coad IJeuti uuoi; W.i :.?.mK. I Mr. 3d i.-u)iery, April ], 1M6. Secou i I je.iu riant Ra\ moad Fair ax, ju An 'lory, i ceo>b ?r H, 166). ?AkmcUiiiI Surgeon lYane i ^Orrel, !>:ne 27, 186-' burgeon R ?'her', ^outhf *!?, Htr<h 1, 18*'' 0QM]I:m!1O?9 TiUTB I >!'?;? TH* 7 rn K'TION OF THK Ait OP JUMt 1?, I bib (3). >in.t I lefltenaut Julian P. eiars'-h*, 4lh Art l ory, As f rait 4<!jutut Otne-al ? big regiSMnta) oomtnittiM, (oLty.1 February 14, 1866. run Lieutenaat Kugene R. Mel**n, 1st IniUnt-y, <?? (imait v -iv rtiiiu tor ? his regime liaJ coiuu. tuo, tcp'j ) Pocembrr 8, 18A&. Kir*t Lieutenant Parmenn* T. Turnley, 1ft Infantry, j?H8'*t?i! Qu*rt<rmiu<trr? his regimental comm.-sion, (only 1 lebruary 11, 18. it. U'MiliMiUMI WUitB HAVh'fXnMT r*I'RH lO.l.lX 2 <> t lit AtT OK MAR' i :i. 1S.S6 (2). Fiut lie. tenant .Alexander H. Cross, _d Cava ry, May 1. i&W. jecond I ienteaa&l Haruord T. Clarke, l#t Cavalry May 1, 1856. tlMWlB' (2). Seiotd Lieutenant Hurray W. Kitncolpb, itb ln.an.ry, May, IT, IfcfitS. -(cjbJ 1 H-itecui F-'-til C. Crmpton, 4th Infautrj, May 17, 1860. rKA nts (12). Brrvet Er.|a iier ( entrtu iienry i-lanWn, Colmel and AssiMaat Wuartcrmarter lienerai, at i'e>rt Biuxulton, N. Y , Ariiiitl 1. 1866. Ma or Cci l? ling A Oarden, ?rj* of Fngineerr, *< Bran don. Vt , Aogesl "23. 1856. Brevet Major Oicar F. Wjiablp, Ast- aslant A <* .iiant Oe neral. ar<! e'aplaia 2d Pragoont, at TTOy, N. Y., Desew ber 13, 1>65. Prevet M>> or Wllliaa P. f rxxer, Captain in the ccrj* of Engineer*. ut Key West, F!a., July 27, 1846. Captain Bft jH.rr.rn H. Arthur, li-t Infantry, at Fort C Jad bo-ii ne, Texas. February 11, 1854. Capta'.r Cbarle* F. Wooster, 4th Artillery, at Fort Brown, Texas, Kebiuary 14 1866. First Lieutenant William A. Sla ighter. killed in action w.th Indians at Brannau s Praine. near fork of White and Giecn r.vers, fast 'if ton Territory, Pewmbcr 4, 1865. Kirst Lieutenant Will.am A. X tnmo, 4th Artillery, at Robert.-on City, T? nn , ilarcb 12, 1856. Pecond Lieutenant Wat? i mutj Palmer, Jr., lit Artillery, at >'ori Moultrlf. B. C., November 18, 186.0. ?ccrnd I ieutenant John P. MoCall, 1st Infantry, at Fori UcKavett, Te.vas, October 2H, 1855, Second ti<utenant<>eorge Mst?. l)ick, 1st Infantry, at Cup Cooper, Texas, July 31, Ibifl. r jrgei u Henry A. Stcnecke, at Bait. more, lid., Decem ber 2o, 1856, tnnrr*p (1). Aigiitubt Surpeon Jocepbu* M Reiner, Kay 9, I860. i > ? y l-v- : {(?). Breve! TJeatenactCoiocet Wi.i'ata K. Montgomery, Ma jor id iBf&ctry, ltecember 8, 1865. Lrevit Major Jotut C. HeutLaw, Captain 7th Ini^try, Jan. 9, 18&A. Captain Er.akim r. Soammon, Corps of Top:Rrapbi' *l Eng r< trt". June 4, 1866. L'apfu.n Charitf E. TrafiF, 2d Cavalry, May 1. '.866. Ac i?taat Surgeon J&men Simous, Jan. 16. 1K*>6. Military Stori ite< per H'liliam A. Newman, urilLULcc De partment, April 2, 1856. CAMl:KR?t> (2). Second T ei:t<rcact William B. Keyno'dg, ftfc infantry, May 0. ltfttl. tecond lieutenant Ed?";n A. Morrison, 3d Infantry, June 4, use. V ? Offic er* have, in tbe foregoing order, been arranged to the companies to wbich they succeeded, o tbe nntura! ccurse of prrmotloa cr appointment. Should ? didereut arsignment, bowuver, havot.ucc been made by compe tent authority, it will take precedence of tbe former. VI.? The number, prefixed to the name ol eaoh of tbe Second Lieutenants and Brevrt Second I^eutenanta, in the above hat ol appointments, indicates his rank among tboec ol the same oate. VII ? ac optance or non acceptance of appointments, and, In c?tc of acceptance, the birthplace of tne officer appointed, bis ace aud residence, when appointed, will, in <very cx-e, be promptly reported to tbe Adjutant Gen eral. VIII ?The officers appointed, and those whose elation* arecbaigod by prcmot.on or otherwise, will join their proper Matloss and comj anies without delay, unless on attached servlct , acting und* r special instructions, or on leave of abterce, w ben the* will report by letter to tbeir respective chiefs or rcgimtLUl commanders. Tbeo!lio?rs appoitted, howenr, will In every car-e mnediately ro port by better to the btadqtia: tors o i the army at Ne* York, city, at d to their re*pect.\e chiefs or rfg.meot.:. com manners. IX.? The i.sual leave of sb?ej>ce (see psragrapb 2 'A go :<ra! r? filiations.) !f gratited to the graduate* of t . yiar. I'pcn .U expiral on ? in the 8Mb <-f S- pteoi next unlesr l.er? after other wim J reeled ? they will r?) t is |? r?on for duty, each at tl? proper na joii. X ? In virtue of ' social Oi-utrs,' No. bl, from 1 fci'^fjuurters of tbe a. my, dateti Aiig. 4 1866, oflloer# Icrgmg to statVotu n the depa'tmrtit of Tex^n an<i >, d.i ar<- author. zed to d? :.">y ptooeot Hag to joir Ifcem unt tbe first of Mcvemtxar next. TL troops serving in th <leia< ttreut ef T< xa* are the *1 r-.?;'.ment ot Oavtlrj . KKpsnies C, T and I, ltt Artii'"ry ; comi^.nies B. L' ti aoa U, 4th Artillery ; the !*t and bin regKoenu of Io,':w try; compan.ik A and 1. 7th Intantrv; and compau. M a. f, I>, F, <? and H, 8 tii Infantry, rtc romfau ei fe-r%.n?' u the dejiartmetl ol i'lotica arc. a, P, L ana M, 1st a: tlllery, and C. K, O, t, K >.nd 1. Sd Artil.Vr; . XI ? iort Cfmobou'te, Texas, is. uy the direct! n of ttte ?"< i rciary or v ar placed on the list of Cbapia.n josts. I j orner of Umi f*-iet*rj of War. t CtKJr'KR, Adjutaat Genera . Tlir Tm f. rsio* conuv, l. i ? rnornxo. Ob Ttv.nO?y laat a aweeta>ta*? Tor t.00, mile heat I* it three lb f.vr, In haroear, ???t?e (ff between r. m lac; R> tj atd a youo^ b.y mare uot ret nameJ. A tt'ia nap ?u tnttred by Imu? foclrulT, bit lid cot sake her appearance, hav.ap rr.'i w.tb aa accident a few day* ago. I*, y RUry aei the bay autre m-ile a capital race, four ckacly cueicnrd Leau betcg require*' to decide liie aflair. I Ady Riley a on. The balling wa? c fan r of the bay mare, before the atari, at tiro to one fint l!>a ? The bay marc won the )>oie. t'h? went of n th the lead, paaaed the quarter poic a length to (7<>nt ? Lad y Riley, to forty one aad i t.ai: eeoooda, an 1 ti mile foe in I Ti y, Ootle lower turn the roan iua . went up atd tol'ared the bay. earned her on i?r leet ana thta beat ber to lae tcure half a doxta length*, i. 2 40*. S*rnxl But ? Tbe roan ware br< k<* np aa roon *? tb? w.ril war gtv. d. which gare ;he hay mare the 'ead o' talf a di no length#, wb ch kh? marnjrej to retain to the IMM tut d. the quarter |??le ta to.yt*M. Kivonda, aad the half In 1 11. On the lower tu.-o Lad) Ktlry oaade a lloa bunt, and wan clo*e u,i to her aaahe IffVt on the bonvalretcb, but h' re attain the roan mara broke up aad the bay won the bent. Time, U17 Ihtnl Hra: ?The hay mare beat the ruai) a Jinjfh to U.e quarter pole. In lorty two (acooda ur.-l about Tial' n l^ogtb to tbe bait Kille pole, in i '."4. Tbe cootvet wn< derpec ate all around the lower turn until the bay ra?*e ielt her feet, which gare the I cat to tba roan. Time, 2 W 'i f nut ik Hat ?Tbm ww tbe moat beautifully ror te?f i h?at in tba rare. >am Mclaughlin lock the t>a) mare ic I. aad h.? Wt.gbt beteg ?<>m? twenty pooada it** than lhat of Jame* Whelptey, woo ba1 dr rea her m tbe p'< v.oua beat*, aad lb* *?? the only rb?n a left. Toe sag bad a good kiart, and ibey want arouud tho upper torn prett ctot together. Tba roab dr-iw r?t, and le?i ? i.rgth to tbe qi-artar pole. ,a forty three aecoudi. <?o the ha< ketretrh. Mc a i*h::o made anetMrf to lata the tc aide, bat I'bfer ?hut bim oil and ae^t tbo lead to the kai< mile jolo. m IM. Both naga wara kapt ai tba top o tbair ape<d and urgeti at er?ry *tep, tbe roaa mara lead ug by half a fength aronnd the lower turn and >p t*e b'.mcatretib to u>o score, wiaat&g n 2 t*X. The follow trg ia a nimmai) ? fur*ef>ai , h<|t 4 ? 8wer;ntak??, liOO, mile heat* b'*t mrta in l\e. in barnrna P. f'tki'er aamej r. B>. Lady Kiley. 12 1) Jam?e Wbelpley named b. in 2 12". Uaac Woodrufl rained b'k m. dr. Time, 2 S? 2 ?; >?? - 4a'?? i is;,. PjksPjt ?? Trcttttg Bat k, %mu, two onie beat* t ? wagon* Hr MrRoberti ramed bay gaid t>t 1 1 D, J War tamed bay mare U - ton. Fi't! /???<. Srjam f lb*' firrt mile not ? ?? Senoi.d mite t>9 34' Total (IM I.U Kioto Tuarta *si? Theae celebrated nagi bare Nen matched to trot on tbe . Oth o' September ir.le beat*, beet three la Cre ? Ian ?! under the eadd e and Flora Temple la harneaa? tbe rana to coma ofl over tbe Ceatrcvllle Courae. Tbla mat' b baa been made la tbe fhee of 2 24 the time ma<le by Mora la her rac with Tacony on lueaday a*t, and evince* troat oooQ deare ta the pow ere ! aa- ? t by ht? ownera. Toe da leat of Flora on the Fael.ion Ooitme by I Arret, waa *'i| praed to hare been entirely ow eg to her har'og b>? n druen by .lamea McManr, inetead of Hiram Wo>?dru:i in tbe coming rare Riram will hold tba ribi>'>n<. fhi< race coming of oo the Centreriile Coane. warrants tuc preaumptioo that attll batter t me wtll be made than ??*? _____ (eart of *pe* lat eat on a. Berore Record- r *-"m:th. Pr.r?. R? Wiiliam J. 1 yrter aad Jobo Waitera, who were errrated and plead go ity, ?nme time ala- e, lo an ae*au It upon the editor of the .Sun. lay CVmrier, and who a/rerwarde forfeltel their kail, bet aabeentiently reneweif it, avpeafrd io coiitt tbi* morning to r^cetre theie aeo tence The Recorder ?ai<t that it had b>-?n *o Ineg MO'-e the affair came l?efore 1. m. that ha had partially ibrnotten tbe r1?rum?tance* of the c a?e, atd he ? h?d t me Wt look over the aflldat ta before |>a??lrg >eat*ni:a. He thotiid Uiefetore poa?poee the raae unt l T'ie?day momtug. when the j\;dgineot of the Court would be rendered with' it (Ml. PFantt TTtr* Firk iv Max? HKftTtn, N. F - At aixiul fall paat ?, thi? af.frnooD, a lire broke n <t n | rig owre<l by Will am 1 attea, .nd netqM a-i a ?tabi< and by Alfheoa Gay, .Tr., aa a carpenter * ahop Tbe fame* apread with th< greateat rapidity aad n a few minuteu thie boilding fell. Hi: flre thro apread to Melo de*>a Hall aad la a large dwelling hnuaa oo I/>well atraet, oi?e?pted by .lobe Adam*, wb'rh With the hall were owo ?d by Vatteo. It ?pread to a ho> *? owned by F P "flntt. and - ? r ?0 hf !-.hn H ".dale aad h K Bar tor, all of wbtea were destroyed On Coacord rtreet. tbeelableof H laon A Cheney wa*"ntirely oaManed Hcr?ee ond carr oge" ware aated T. P Webber'it hotiee adiareal to the stable waehad'y damaaed Se< erai other

bn^dtog* oa tbe bark atreeta were lajnred or denmyad rhere war* about one hundred !oga n tbe atahle cellara. ?any "i wbt-h were burned ?eaeral horaee ara retort ed tc he horned, bot we hare aathitg ?Man ? \mt'T Ami-km, 9ft 8. Manifesto nf the Border Ru'Haita. AM A mil KhOM Tnr I'l#fliCU|flEt'?H*S*BltKrTOKV TO THK I'EOPI.F or Tilt I'M IS. |FH'1?. tbe Kaufea* I I,y hnte 1 ?? hdttra), A lg> *1 JS. In jO?tl< e to OUrSeifs, and a' a .'y 'u 1 r ? ? A Vorlb u4 M)Lld, *?r?..-p|j t.i frsok. ;?r ??i it-m- :! i>< the cauM-s which compel us to adopt the ooty m nam ui to ensero the pr?Mfv?li"i? <-i ? ? r >?>:.? . .il r g.*. ? pioperiy, i'ur bouse*? our very br.-?. F?< lore thf act to oiymi ' >ht) Te- ?* ->e? ? ? V *???-? ar. ' Ntfcru-Va brctnw a ia?, the aboiiti?ni*ui. mouthers of CV'iigreex. of the l-egislaturea oi the .? w r..g-'.*u<t :-?le?. with others, men oi ??i th au.1 ta'.rut iml energy, re solved to defeat tfc" purposes of th?t WH: W> prevent the j>t ot>le who n v'nt "etti* tfcwt T?rrt'-?n?-* tr? n ruining thur po!iti<ei . ? ?i')iti< n ? from oe idlng for them feelves wbeti.er Huvi'r should bo held in tno->e territories. TTiey boasted that th' y i.lul the dm o and the ?->nc;, practical' y to notify die law; &a>t < ven Oetore l be itu s law, n? .i m"ai <4 of defeattag tte operation, tuey peee'tr-d tbe incorporation of cetnpautes, wirh mllhoni of atpiU! under tb? (also Game ot ?? Kcui<rant AM So leue#,'' wh >-> avowed object* worn to loir.- iu-o itit* territory a pop lation wbii n .should exclude slaveholders therefrom. Tbe mwcalled emigrants introduce*! by these aociet.e were not such as have settled, or would naturally i6U.it), h new country ; they wi ro not expected to become " Ml tier?. '? permanently to occupy the country did not coin to bolter O etr condition, to make homes tor themsetvem or their children, but were hind to oooo to the election*, to n main only to vote, to secure the election and ob aiu the rortrol of the legislature, ac<l then to jioks !v#s ex ciudiig slavery and slaveholders fromihe territory. By this mcatis, before a population sufflcien: to ea'.tb lisb a State government oould be introduced; before lb' tiine could arrive at which ft was intended the people should be tree to fix their political condition by the aaop tlon of a constitution, their action was to be forestall-^ tbe principle of the law practically debated ? the peopl. oi one ball of the Union excluded. Not only did they proclaim this to be tbelr purpose boast of tbeir ability by e.xceta of men and money : ? cttVf t it, but tbelr hirelings were furnished with arm* utid came threatening violence to all who dareJ opp th?m. Tbe people of western Missouri, who knew the fltne* of Kaci-o^ lor xlavo labor, were anxious that the ptopl. of the South should have the right in common wittt Un people of ite North to occupy it; naturally they felt taa thi-y themselves should have the right to occupy the lau 1 in their neigt borbood, ad.-oinlng tl.eir very fkrmn, s -,u rated from them but by an inviaible line, wtiich ovcrj tran in Ma?ue or Massach u let U was entitled to coin> and j ortsess. Wlx n, however, it win proclaimed tiu?i they were not only to be excluded from Kan; as, bui in tbe cod were to be expelled trorn their boniei r iltHcoiiri, they wcro lotccd lo look to their nafety? to make ta.- ru'ice#, however Kriat. to i rotoct themi-elvi - nfsiDKt the lbni?!eued ?? tacit. They asked no favor In legtaUtlon, no &dvnolagei in alficial appointrn'mu but wire contented to ''pla/ the ifaine" that wati oilere . th?m. Witb ai! the oddaofmcn tmd m" ney agair.n them: wit a'l the oostaclea which a corrupt and cruty governor vented with almost bni)niite>t power, could throw in then way; without he'.p, almost without sympathy of frleD?'t to lit ip'e>8 Eeem< <1 the struggle, tbey entered upoti tl?* control lor their rights, and won. They succeodei i: piarirg In the Terr:tor; more ' migrants than the moue.t o! the abolitioniata had 1 'en able to trah?port, and eleit ed the 1 rgifeiaturc. Alter tfcefclectioacorrnpt.on and jhioacery werebrou^ii' to b< ar to drfcat us. Keeder attempted to di8org*ul?? tn 1 egiflature ho bad been compelled by his official oath t recof riite. Failing in this, and tdeir tiiktrumint Keede' being removed, tbe abolitionists, oes; *iring of sucr..* oth?-rwiso, determined to resort to their " last ho|?"? force. Not being able to make lawd to servo them. n<> daring to trubt the validity of the laws U> the deci-nou o the cou its. tbe proper tribunal, they resolved to set :tv Ikwb at defiance. Tl.ey proceeded to orgarn-u a Sut lovernment, and under tins mocCery attemnted a rev<> lotion, organized an amy, erected tbeir lortiQcauons an< defied tbe oflicers eu' the law. dDe year ago Governor Shannon was compelled t-? ca ou the militia of tbe Territory ti enforce to the law again^ tb?m. TLe law-abiding oitiaoiis re^jionded to his call. N sooner were they atnem^led than the rebels sued fo peace, proferaed a readinees to auhm t to tbe law pledged themselves to aid in its execution, begged ocl not to be degraded by being deprived ol :h?ir arm claimed only n o right to teat the validity ol the laws b* an apjieal to the courts. Ibe (ioverttor, oouf'.'iing m their pledges, a. :? ! t their 1 1 quest kud disbanded ibo atiiitia. No sootier, however, wn-i the lorce whi"vi co^id hu compel :?"i tlu'lr ' vmirr'on w.tbHiawi tbentb*? ?tn'^>r boaurd ? f (he r ;uo<-' ? J icnavery in ilet-ivug the lo rooM't ;.??r. .-'i '* we??* furiltletf. r> inci.i i ! i f' - ; i.d I . .; .on irom the Cot gt " it 'Hity of Uouglae, an ? i:i ? i. ..tiatcd, tt?v renew, ii . i ?. i a hj-icm of atroci.ies wh-c tbe) bei. iu?.ouid rc?u'.'. in the e^p iialou of all U? ? ???!??? . in as l'jrboldened ettil t-irf <<jr by tbe tr .? -li.abU Mi 'iiiO ii,c major ty nt tfce lionp of Keprc-.en t und e tfx;r Investigating Committee, tl.ey ) v -olur tt.tt spi a tho power oi tbe Ian ?ii;j i. . i ? wat red to compel tb'-.r >NibmtM*>M .'.Ok.. i>-r t1- ite ,i o, ? l <et?i>)e ,n t rcu sulti "'r! on) e u.e'r cb< '. t n. e, t' u. a/a.n they proten* wub di i L .nuiiiy tb? r r"( :itai- .wii res i uw to submit to te la w. XI.-' :tar< ;? r' tu- ii' robeliniu t iv.rg tied an ibsi. Jorixl ti, < w. i '. torliflcntieM desiit-yee, thi cannon act! aru v. u .-L ci .0 be loucd ta?en irt m thoiu D.erry *?? < xltron. to their.. WMIe we rbo-iid |rar>i;y say that there was hardly ? reC Iivk neu it tfco Territory wBo p.ace.1 any trust i. t'lr pM-nilMea, it van jet believed that, touvmcedc ? ler weakrer-, bat t'l-een twice overpowered, tne telght snbroMU and the pa.niul ne-ess.ty eftueir exi - .;!?!? ? or '?> lern itation, whi- t their rep-aled outra^et. bad !>? H n tu Tn?. Wo nt tn inevitable, be avoided We itic':ne to be !<te that such m.ght have be?n tc I mult bit lor the eysiem of extraord,na>y blur.uer ? h.cb has baraetencetf the administration of Ibe Terr: tonal (overt neot irom the momt tit of their aeconrt ?uu mit-'u t ? ibe rta-ionabie hopes hell nut to tltem ij? :>i aboli lOetSM .n Cotigrorn? the aid II men, moru*y and m ii tK n>- oi car fumiehed tbem by tLe peoplt of the nou ?laveboldtng ft alee. lnatea ot reW.o ng a civil posse which wa< ede live mm eoiately on the t apt.ire of laaren-.e, tto- stroiieh .l of toe traitorr. Governor fhatitioo. at if c -tr-, stint <-? t t:t. sen-, a* If (? protect the tra lors, ?a :*e-t t'.e e.i-i* l to be disbanded, and milet'. out the troopa of the l'i. Stales. Tbe hopeleeenrse of a sncoees.'al rebellion b? nig lb u twice li.uy expoaed. mmc-'.^t- ly on tb<- di* person o! th. rtti/ens tbo ?bolitiooi-t* commenced aotassioatlng th" Uw .bit. ng c'.t./eu*. driving tbem 'rom their liome? burnirg thi ir dw< lungn. destroy tng th ir pr<>|x-rty m th eoi.nl iee oi Douglas, lykins ?nd I rankiin, wh-re tin sboiitioclets wer- strongest. The troope w. re pownrl-v in pri tect our frieads; on tbo contrury, a. employed, they wei< a prof-t l on to tbe robbers and ae?as - m Whue an armv ( an disperte a mob. can e*pt ire an H!>e. aimy with their dr.. its beating and eolers tlyaig, tnej but give notice lo ttc nndni(fct I&t - ndiary. tbe robber o assa.-stn, and advise 'hem to eecape. Brown and It - h, - dilti, with tbe t>lo<Mt ot the saardi red Wilkerson *n ' JUi r n.kii . ol I *>) l- and bia sons, not yet cold upon their bands with a MarsbalV f? se sent lo srrcvi nor of their mitn ber ? pri?oncr? < su^bl tn the act by Col. ?nrauer? are nm only suffered to go frc with the b< rsee and arm- which tl.ey had tai.eu frrrn their pri-onere, but arecfurtco'1 entreated ? - ,n [-l> sdt *'-tl Uj go home. WbllePa'e an. his pc?Ke ere r i-it Ij .neuited, Brown and Walker ar? seSercd to marcb at the head ol their a-t.tasain.i troo. county to county, while citizen who ai-sembU to erre. ; the (tiara twlerf arc <"r;t ?n boca. actuai.y expelled ffoo. the Territory by tbe troops und. r tus commai Jer, o. ctnee they %re found with arn. . in tb>-ir hands, thnflgi. their only arm - bad been awtribjied ,o Utem as ferrlU) rial mint * To all this we si.hie'tted, umlrr the premise tbtt the laws sLouia be eaioroed, our ..vex and property pro t*ct?--J. What has been the result f The Ho i-? of Represent Uv?s preceeds witb its etioru lo dm>rgari ?e our govei ii menu- to set aa.de all our laws ? to bring anarchy opo> Tbe army. false'* rrpreaented i? our proteotnii, ta r quired to be di?l>oade<l, utile ?> ?t art ueprirad of iii? prctivt on of the law. Wa>? meMloga arc htld IB erery con alwhoMu. Ptatt. to cotitrlbut ? a J to the r< bei* and aaaa*? hi ca um ?Mat, national coovaatSona aaaembted to davseo ni'*iu ? for rawttig *n army to dmtroy on. {.ace? a Ira tor, a fu t't ?e trutn jiutk* ? 1? permitted op -nly to trarerrr <>a* half of our eolirl.nx ui aroij In exterminate u? Not ao "flort ta made to arr?et h:m. Wbile thr cnlt-irornt of a handful of aliens t? DOt aga.n?t a l< men power calla forth alt li.e #n?rgy of i ,ar f< vtrnmrrt, the zeal of every ofllcor. from 1 resident *> City Marshal, to cbtck it, i* dromw) unarmed tor Bi caure to harar<: a war with th> m ghtitat power nm earth at army is raiecd openly. au<) botoly mar bo>i it.otMaii I of miles through Hate* and TernU nea, under the com ir.and of a fugitive traitor, W? invade oor *o*l, aubvcri ???? government, exterminate our CtUlOM, without an tUjtt to rtay ita progr<--??. without a word of disapproval. Troot* ar<- 1 Dlifetel Irom uoet< n to Cairo, the army !? orgaai.-xd and rquipped at Cbtc*gr>? -is marcbod thrixifh fliinotB, Iowa anil Nt-braeka into Kaunas, and thrvigh lb. b?art of our territory ? IU prog re?? la noted aod brru ? 'ta Irafirr stop* by U>< way to pro. :laia tha war ot . , termination he intend* to wa*e ar?'n?t i?? ? to (at bar. with the premise ot aprila, rectoita '.o h.? fornns. Tb? wbcle government la para'ysed. Tb? federal, the Sta>. Ik> icrrt-otial governmt nt*. all a ide dare not mo'i t*. invader. One branch of the (rorrrnmeot a'on>> is awaae ?the Howe < I Representative.* la ac.iva Ib remo? t g a'l oh?tarle? fr m ht* path. "*oe, with bta army, entert our Territory. Hi? eoa federate* fn our m.nat berdtofote coaflamg them ?u ? to lb* aera??inat on of individuuls, ti c the barn ta* of i?olated dwelling*. em bo dtneo oy h a appro* ,b. twgtn to embody, tbey atrip the trouatry of homes V mouBt the idtbii ng arm y, and cbronirio taarr al v a?ee|'inf Irom h<*t?re th? tu errry law abidtBK rit.nei tfce (ouatiea of r.jkiBr. of Franklin and Doogta fh j drtTB out a wine *eu>m.n? of crarmrd Ji / ?< i Irom tfce rot.Biy of l.yktnr. horn- if *he<r b< aiid ?le?tr<i>ln(r their pmptrty? tbf-y marcb then i to the ttwo of frarti'in and atti :k th?- ho- ? ot tbe poatmaatrr, with whom a party of Hon .. HI BMfi w?re i>oarillD|- -??t Are to the bov?e, drive out the ttn?tr?, xhufirir telp'cer ?om*n who could not m tMpe, rob the h?t offl -e. an I tai l ( a nannon which hvi be?n >tt tbrre tiy tha ?hm fl, witft thu an<l tbelr other Brw.a tb? y a areh n> ifce b"jk k of at' Hber colony of ?<outh MB??'ltl<rr in fir>%tlaa oounty. c rap I tbenj to l!y an?' araodon th<- r d?e||iafa >ib'I li upai ty^otkenoe tkty jo t?i attack tke iia^ilitj 'if foi Tun*, t>*iter it with eannoa ortll he ard tbo?o wt. ? had gone t ) bia def?a>'? are forood to iurrrrider, when they are taken prl?oa#M, bit dw?ll lB( p'l.tnleref and h'trned . Th?y man h thebce to U?r rery ItmiM of our Capitol, and ih at th?-y avow, wr.: only raved by t ae atorm of rata, that res lei ed their lire arm* u?ele>p All tb? ;? done nailer tbe rery eye* of the troort of the I cited -later And bo at:<*mft m made to arrest them _ ?. ? Wbrn ?over??T - fun nor hoping that ?bsy would B-?t barm blm. oho bad twice aartil ttif>m Irom meritad p-iti iibmoat, who bad. howeeer < nwitfnfly. so ?flbcfMily protertei ?h?tn, eenturea to l?wrenre, wbl?h he had saved for them, aad calls oo them to re!e*?? th? pr -<>n en tbey bad takea, hit life ta threatened? ha ta told that tbey do' not recognize ii.m m 'torernor? ihat Usey are a portion ot tha "army o' tha North' ?are at war witb tb? govertimeBt. and Wd fteir pnar^ara m prisoners ot war. Tbey demand aad coiti#' him to exchange tha gaUaat Tit ie Bad hia M>nw pr t. nera for 'elonBhe d ,b cusiorty i ider arret t for amn aad robbery. Tbey ka\a bow liefo?re >-old that they niak?? n? fff of ibe:r 'nten ? iur.-. T it . isitn u> l ft * i-nriM.o ii-ir.y iiiod by tl.. in. " tb* ar-ny of tne ^ir'.f.,'' end t n wajftngaw., el ejterBiffiat'li it.a.iv-l "icry man *!io .u on; au aooli lirtnst. tivtruor ^haunon da > ? <1 noi *?itiLe r.".v;ti 01 i.ie i pi*' ???r hav abandon* h ; p??? ana .eavet -is wiUij.il u liMWf We Imtk united the *;>po.ntnu nt ot' a s isces* ? * h i htik si'Im/U^u wall our eonditnu: wtio, a eltl..'M i . the Terrtfry. iWt with iU intereu?. familiar W'i u I , t?rv 'would tii't be peejnd ed or >nnl-n by he ' I'" hoed* which have bent m> systematically iaor : ite ngsmtt u> ? one *1 o. beretolore a .e .<1 ut. as be i , i i t tin* of a i on slavoholdinf -Hie, .r, y ' r?i >t a alavchjiler, bat ban tbecapecity to a| /' relate and tlteboldnest an i Integrity requisite latu. fully to dr-.churge his ituty. re gsrdless ??( the ikmsiIiIo i Meet it want have 'j(ion the dec lion ot' tome ,.vtty politician in a iiatant -tate. In hi; stead wf br. re on* appointed who ignorant <r our condition, a stranger to our people, who we have too muth caus-e to tear will.H'no wo/ee, pru?o no more etli e'ert to protect ua it.au ms predecessors. With, thou, a government whioh hu.-i proved imbecile? has latied to etdorce the taws tor our protection? with an army ot lawlisa banditti overrunning our country? what (hall we do? lh?n?!h we have fall confidence in tne integrity and ti I'elily of Mr. Woodson, now actio); on i.overuor, we kni?* rot at what moment his authority will to su-pcuded. Wo eannot await the coovi tienco in convng to our ne?ly uppo'nb d Uovernor. We ui-not hazard a second eaiti 311 ot imbecility or corrupt.on We md*t act at 01 ee and eft ctiveiy. These traitors, assassins and robbers n ust be puninhed, mutt uow b ai t ht a lesson they will remember. We wage no war upon men for their opinion*; have revet- attempted to exclude any trom settling among us; we have demanced only tbat all should alike iuboi:t to 1) e law. To all aueh we will al:ord protection, whatever will be tbeir political op'tucns. B> t lano'8 artny and its allies must be expelled irotn the Territory. Thus alone ? an we mako little our pernor* or property ? thus alone < an we tiring pe*ce to our Ti rritory. To do this wo will need asbistarce. Our citizens, enor gam/eri, and niai-.v of them unarmed, l'or they came nut a* lolCieti ? though able heretofore to ossoaiMe a force) audio* nt to cnmgiel the obedienoe of the rebels, now tha" they have been strengthemd fcy tbi.s invading army, thoroughly drilled, perfectly equipped, mounted and ready to march "at a moment's notico to at'ack our defecceie.'s fetikmeLU? may be overpowered. L-'hould wo he able even to van-juith thla additional force, wu are tbre^teuod with a further invasion of like chart'ter througti Iowa ana Nebrn?ka. Thin li no mere local quarrel ? no mere riot": but It is war? a war wagitJ by an army? a war professedly for our extermination. It is no mere resistance to the laws; no pimple fc bi llion of our citizen?, but a war of invaaicn? the army a toretgn army ? properly named tn? "army of the North. " It in, then, not only the right, but the duty, of all good citizens *f .Missouri ard every other State to come to our utpiatanre, and tnable us to expel tbexe invade ra. Mr. Woodpon, unce the reneaaUoa ot Governor Shan non, in the absence of Governor >;eary, baa fearleasiy n.et the refpenMbilittes of the trust forced upon him, ha.-, pici iaimed the exu^tence of the rebellion, and called on the militia of the Terr: to ry to assemble tor its suppres sion. We call on you to come; to furnish us assistance in n>en. provieions and munitions, that we may drivo ou; this - army of the North," who wonid subvert our go vernment and expel us from oar homes. Our people, though poor, many of tbora (tripped of their ail. otheis harrassed by the tlendseo mat they have bets unable to provide for their families, are yet true men: will ftano with you tboulder to shoulder in defence of our ripbts, oi prUic.p'cs in which you have a common if not deeper interest than tbey. By the issue nf this struggle is to be decided whether law or lawlessness shall reign in our country, if we are vanquished, y**u too will be victims. let not our appeal be tn vain. D. R. Atchison, B. F. Tretdwell, Jr?. C. Anderson, K G. Cook, T. H. Koeser, Wm. H. Tebbf, Wm. J IVebton, 3. J. .lones. A. A Preston. J. U. Striiigrellow, r. r. Abel. At ..t ^ C6, n:s. We, ite cituens nr ? **ourl, u'ge our fellow citizens aad the c.'uens ot ( tier States to respond to the above call of Die citirena ci Kuum. A. W. Dontphui, A 0. TVione, t'livi r AEtSeriioE, Jes^eo M-irin, B. J. Brown, ,!ne. W. Keid, Ilecry L. Ko.:tt, B. P. M.'iagieilow. Inipoilant ( aiitpalgii? (ilta la! l<n.tmt ofJIr. ttnru?i>nn*M tianclng. Ml . Bl' QANAN in THK BALL ROOM. [t-rnni ,te Kicbaumd i'.t-TU rer.; A com si ? mden t of the I w .b .rg 11 unmg Chrwi ' wrt 1 1 ;totu ti e P>*f?>rd (l'enn.) Bprin,* vea jj ro-up ? '.nt of Mr liUvhAUat:'# _e)T?lBent* tncre. He i?js ? i;*> a tl tl old pc?? rnut ^ tr. vne w rte clerical neck - tie. who Lever appears ?o to hi.r<.ed about anything, < oks, at be. brln^o up >he rear, more letuargic than ever. He lias t em n the hah. 1 ?t vxif n^ the Springs every year, about this i-.ason. e s .ept when otf.cial b isineu ha^ iii.(n him out ot the country, and at present he has not bt en bonne rr. ore t bait two or ;bree month* from a so Jourr tn Ee^'and. That gem < mar, fvtuly yenrs old, ?t I- est. is .'^m<s Buchanan, the Sage of nheatlaod, iate Cntied Stites M. Bister at the l4>u\ 01' st Jamex, and thi candHiate ot the consolidated democracy lor the l're*l ferry. >le came here siooe, but be is cow aurrou nlet by a? knowie t),*d odicc seetii rs, who come to pay tb> i< reep' ct? to bis', and who (.alter tbemselves Uiat he i AestittM to hi the neit Prrsidftit. He shows birtne < very seldom, for be is ch ^eted the gr<>ater part of h. lnue w.tb hi3 po .'."-al aoherents. In company he it quiu n sgre< able old gentleman, and, a.'tbo gb an inveMrate bachelor, bi manages to Biake himseif %ery sociable an il p asant wtib the lattlea. ( ine evening he even car red his am ability tn that ei ent that he rot only wcrt Into the ba!t room l> t wilde.i htougb a cotillon, and did wonders at ' hanu, at! round. " ilia sty le of dancing .s teru nlynot r> mark able for it e legal 1 *?tid grace; but then, like himself, it be.ongs to the o.d school, and Is ratber ant <; uated lor the pr^ei t tge. And yet llu< hanan 1a said to be a great la lias' msn. snd in bis younger days w ts noted lor bis gail.iuirv t<> <be tair sex . but he la beyond all hope now, and sh iuld be be elected President, the Wbite Bcuse will be a rather (tew ate looking roncern, with no woman's smiles to light It up. For the enlightenment of bin political admirers, it msy be wt.l to stale that Mr. Buchanan pjlk* a tittle, and It ia also b nted tbat on one or two oc inaions be wa<> bstown to indutga in walt/ ug. No * this is a matter of pecuhar interest? a subnet to retiect upon? tn MM >~ witn Uie diri ilsy he made at the Ostend ' ong' -as, and the serict.s business wbn b be bad entrusted to bU charge while in Ecg at d. But even in dancing, it seems ne coverned by tbat regnlaruy and pre sion for wbich ol< bachelors have always been noted. He never dances more than tt ree eotlllons ? the mysterious; numbe- three ? and ban such strong objections to the 1 beat and ;ig that no ron*idctat?'n will induco htm to stand up in that flj.ure. In the ballroom he is the observed of all ob *1 rvetf , and every cr.e, except the boya who are engaged In light skirmlsiifHi iu and out of the room, snd are ainut Ing tbemselvea by sticking pins In each other, an*, am h itno 1 ent rri reat.ons, appear to regard faim as the centre of attraction. Theatrical. Mnalral, JLc. P*n( ch^m'i Bowmty. ? lhc romantic drama of "Rob Roy,'" t ni'ly cart, la to produced thia ev n o*. Th* b?r?> ?nr) brromn are lit bo rna -t?d b? the n-w fn-orltei Mr. M.: Ii nctgh and Mim Morant. Ixnli of whom bavi already bf ?mo t<ry popular. Tbe famuua eslritvagann of "I'd i a Ion laa," .( the a.1er|>lece. I i ni"V' Tin /Tin.? Mna?rr Barton It '?i fire a fare *<?11 wlwtt nmcnt at bia Chamber* atri-et thea're t nigbi Tte Mil conrta * ot tboae lui>r tried and nnpre ,e ii?i,tni?jr MHciafd pio 'f, "The Sen otaa family ' a: <i "''he loodle*,'' In which Uw manager and hta ol'l tad (kvurite cobii any appear. Tb.* anr.'>uif eroent will pro attra't *a large as audience aa iter aiwmlik l al tlilK bouae. A* or Mr*-< ? Sfcakuprra'a gr?at blator'c.il play if K eg Hriiry IV." ? hlcta drew ?uch an o\ erwiielra i.i; IK uaetn 1 > oday, m to br repeated wtb thai .me pooer ful ea?t to eight? Mr. Hai ant an Va'.ataft, a.ippnrtrd by IMar*. Waiiacfc, Jr., 6. Jordan, Holland and Wen >y*a, M-1* lxaiaa "'y r.c and V ?? Kate (?atoo. B*Mt k'? Aamio* Mi -m * ? The brilliant comedy enttt rd "All That Glitter* ta not Gold," U t<> be perform dd in the afternoon and evening. Mr. ??'. W. Clarice. Mia* Mratayrr and other fevor tea are in tbe cant, and w. ' rei. | drr the play In a manner rarely ? quailed at any ot'er piace ot amnanment. Ma. T. H. Jiujimo* ? Th.a p'T'1!*' yourr eomodinn l? to lake hta bene lit and make bin lau- 1 ap|*aranc* at Walla k'a to-night *A m?ng the numerona attraotloM oiUred ot le occa-ion I* tbe thrllllcr play cai'.rtl "Vtctor and Hi w iitiae." On Monday Mr J. will proceed with M s* Keenr'i company to Baltimore and Waabtngrtoa. Gum * CMUaTT *!>ti Wnon's Miwwnji repeat "ft ne Pquath I .aroio' tor tbe laat time tbi* evening. Pi < xi?> '!tiJKr ??i*iir** inm a liM programme. Ir.Mnd Ing tbe operatic burli-aqne of "Trovatore," for to n'gbt CimrsK Bt ? MM?.? fpfc. Horn, the Inreterate Kth'o plan joker, take* a benefit to night. An excellent teloo Uen < >l ?onga, *oM ia o&ertd lor the aocoaaiandat on ol fan. lien tb a all* moon. Buo/i * >* Aivrs it * ?Tbe wonderful children ar# to give ibeir allegorical picture*, ten , tbia a.lernooti r.ud tTtn.Og. Court of General Meaalona FVfore Judge Gapron. Fi it I ?owing tothe indiapoaition ol the f.er order, the bench wan oci'?i| ied to day by tbaClty Judge. MigT-4 ttt* er a *M?tK for-TiRT," Andrew I'lacber, a po* marked, red aoeed I Hitch man, aged A3, fleaded gnilty to having married Anon f.?tglor In IIS*, whi'e h? had another ra.n >i*m llring, by tbe name of Julia W iheim, whom he marrio'l in 1851. Tbe prisoner waa unable to *peak Kng' ah, ? oncf(uent ly b-a *l'w* on tlieatti']'1 t of matrimony had to be giraa Ihro' gh an tnterpri-ter. Mr Mln -Va haviog been .?Xp.1 for Aat purpose, the C<>' rtto'd hitt t? a-k tbe pnnotier If he did am know that it waa illegal to marry two wire* outetde ol t'tah. Ibe pi iff n r rrpll' d Ihrn gh Mr. tflacka, that he did not know u rb to be tbe fact. Ctoiirl? Aak him if it ia cot ?n!awf>il In Germany, where b?' i In m. .Mr MHicke. aOer a short < onfab, ar.nounced ae the ruli of tbot ti 'iolry. that Ibe primmer did know it to be on'awhii in Germany, hot that he thongbt Una waa a free roi.iitry. Tbla aanounf "men! "brot gh? down the bonae, " and the oovtt room for a time wa* the w.eae of conaideiable up roar amt-rg ibe ape< tatora. Order at length having hern reator'd, the Jndg? in'nrmed Mr. ftecber, of the florid toar. the prtefner at the bar, thai in conaldoratioa of hia yoeth. and apparent "bltaaful ign< ran< e," and alao of the fa-.t ibat ba might hare been ' aptirated and led astray hy the ayren nug of I'bertj , to aay aothing of the aonga M hie two wirea, be abemd rterciae all tla clemem y that tbe law would permit, an* pretence h.m to the mi ri'tnum term ef two yrara n the Put* priaon. t ha# Bauer, a German, aged 91 yrnra, waa tried and \ -i r.'-Vf'l ( ?' grand mrrosy ant -?Ltcuc<?d .otwo lour* ' U>? Hull' jirif i' ?i t ,1. t Sti. 'l. a.:< d It P1'' ?'? ? g'' ? t'> petty !ir:eny ar il thf Conrt m: ? ni'f 1 j'l'ty" 'iwit. Jnnrn-8 Iii.nn, >< rt i mil -ted lor robbery, w*<< tr v an<; roo\ ,cU-'i ot in ?ault aud b,U'>.ry. uiigtiwut ?>i periled Tb?r? y> iec no roo'fl cis^n r**<!v, the court adjourtio to Saturday irn.rii tnjr at U o'clock. axumciTAX. atf axils. BOARD of aldermen. Tho Board net last eveniug. Several petitions w.r received anl referred , amorist wcich Here soma for r< gulating and gra'ing ulrerta. RSi'OKT AS TO IAimUKKS* MM The Committee on t^alul :>??? and Offices r ? j)' r *.< ?t in favn o'' pay irg the foremen of street cl<'an/ug w Uc rato of I 75 per diem, winch was adopted. There was a report froiu the earae cotnr.vttes in lave ot increasing the pey of corporation laUrtti irow ten t twelve shillings a day. Aldermen Briygs, luake and Clancy * rported th tdoptioo of the report. Alderman Clancy strongly advocated too tistnoss an necessity of an Increase ot pay to ' h'- poor aooring mat who coulu not support bis family on a scaler sum th* (1 50 per day. Alderman C. alluded to the .act that th Common Council retarded tho erection cf the nev Cit; J'all and reservoir, which would g>re e ployment t thousand* ot poor men tnrougbout tho dir. Tfce me now smployed do hot work but three ?.r four days meek, and the inciease ol pay would not '.hon give tliei try mor* than a d'-ccnt living. the pay o. the broad elO'h officials in the employ of tbc ?-,Uy hr-n been raise ihoutandK of dollars. without a muru r bv.t the hones fOEK of ti 11 ore re'uted a lair and ...wt compensation. A dei mar Clancy carried the resolution gucc;s?...lly tbrougt by a vote cf 10 to 6. an follows : ? Ayes? Aldermen Brown, Corwin, Ife.tley. l/i/ltmire, <Tlai c y, (irllltlis, fclt'iTS, .fuckson, liiiggs, Mon< gSnm, Kulmei ijrrrli'k ?nd limki!- IS Nik'1' ? Aldermen Fox, Tucker, Vooe'.iis, Fly, Vnlentin**, V. rlan? 6 Alter some routine business the B?<ard udjourned t Monday next, at u o'clock. BOARD OF CODNClLMEJf. The Board, last evening, took up the third reading < bills, and the following among others passed:? In rave of appropriating 13,000 per annum In addii oc to the sui alreday allowed for clerk hire in the office m" the Connsi to the Corporation. In favor of donating *"?'.?>? to the ln? Aid Society. In favor of granting two lot< of j;ronnd i Fifly second street, b6tweru Fourth and k.flh avenue to tho Nursery and Child's Hospital. In !'av or of buildit a sewer in the Bowery, between Fifth and *..tUi street In favor of building a sewer in Tbirty-eevemh street, b tween Lexington and Fourth avenues. In <avor of opei lug Fliventh avenue, from Fl^ty -ninth to seventieth strce ?ev? ml petitli n? were presented and re' or red, amot tin m one numerously signed by merchant und other lolaveth< p er on the woi't side of (Jouverne rr street r paired. The petitioners represent this plor to be iaa vet dangerous condition, a horse and truck having only a fe cays ago broken through it, wlusn horse, diiver andtru* came near bi Ing lost. A communication was received trom the Corporate Counsel in am wer to a resolution of inquiry frota th Board, in which he states that neither hi mseiraor any ot in his employ wis ever engaged, directly or indirectly, i < ounscl In any suit sga'n^t the corporation, or My ot c?r thereat, with a single t xception? that ( areption be>? a proceeding which he himself instituted, to obtain an 1 j-intl.-n against the Mayor and Board of Saperviaors, prevent them from raising the sum of $'i00.000 on the is levy to be appropriated for the Central park. A motion lay the cob muniratii n no the table wis loot by a lari majority. It wa<< then ordered to be placed on file, ai j riii ted in the minutes. Adjourned to Monday evening at 5 o'clock. Additional Kcwi from Mcxico. The New Orleans paper* contain the tallowing a< l.on?l ncwa frem II ex Wo, dated la Ilex oo city on 19tb, and at Vera Cruz on the 2"Jd of August: ? 'from tbe Now Orleans l'icayune, A i9. ] The Vera Cruz I'rogrcio, ot Uie 2i<X mat., says that prettly authorities of tbe capital issued a pa voral lull ( xhrruig to nun compliance with the law of dMano .a iim, rulnilbklitig txcommauicattcn* .-.ml direct pr.est* to preach against it. Tbe statement, eowerer letiied. The work of rooatru:ting a railroad from Mexico Tacubaya was about to Uc commenced .;cdor iavora auspices. According to one of tbe papers of the capital, up to Vd ult . 3u IM ad.iudic.tions of prupe.-lioti n irortna had been maoe. Tnc pro luc'. ol these ?rn? t'JI,<M>M and the quit retls redeemed amounted lo H, )!W, of the value of *ti,07fi.W6U. Tbe OmfineUm, ot this city, 'I* spoken r<" in Mej with notiethirg n ore tb in suspicion, ?s an oryan of most viulei t partisans of Ssau Ann i.,M?ro y Tmr.iriz, i tbe opponent* * liberal Ideas and progress general) There hail b? en ? re..nrt of ?n uilcmi : oc tbe life S nor C< montort; but the llrralilo n it ot..y d'-ni *"! it, rlrlcii!*? lb ? wea ol the probability of il: an *:t. The following l? tier. :*oiti ? iorrer|?'i i' Q. a thee: ial, will be perused with intern-.!, ted raay t.e rciied ti from a well it lor me. source ? Mrvxo, Aug. 10. 18V The ronntry la al present as iranijU.l as s aslbta lot It tt be with a prie'tli??Hl Ini eel to ht>eral ideas, and with apo'tiou of Imputation ol exclusively military notionssnd atr< fundi of despoti'Ri. Tbe.se never .ease to cons) gsimt every lorni oT government n* strictly . coroance with tbetr o?n views; and >t it as coos fiumisti rs ol this coaracter that tno Minerals Dial a Vfga. t.anboa, Burro ant Quartz Nav irro, i ihe piitslH Velasqi.es o* la Csdena an t /stbeldia, '?iter pmr of fantft l omlugo. have J.H b'en arres ? n<i banish >d trom the country, ai you w:il pera by the papers retching you by tbe Texas on her j icnt trip. The goM'tumcut became aware l)M tl were plotting another outbreak attnt'.ar to teat lately t'own In Puehla. but left th?m at their work 'or sc tine, to see it they would not repent ana w tbdraw fl it in view of the evils tuey must otherwise cause, not at all. The buaioe*s was proceeded ? tn till frisidebt grew weary al paticoce with tbem. Tbe m? ans hitherto reported lo bad not produced si [elect to Ind'tnni y tn? government for what A nad Buoirt in putting duwn the reactlonuti.-i ol Vuebl*; an s. therefore, become nece*>ary. in order to make g the idi1! int.it}. to lay an .mpu?i of a miiliro oi dollars the prkMhood ol that ^tatt. lie I'ope las s.-lI a a prejent to an lahab.taat of I city a St NicbMai wircti swtais biotv'.. Ami there foe. Is, who, as ccnaic had priest* gay, are (.'cceWsd a belle 1 in the iu.pisture. Tbe M rnihr, ol this < liy, ts publishing a terTCUri ease, wl.lch war tried in ?>ur courts In Sanu Anna'a tli of a nsl a Isdy alio wa- < .urgud with having eaten tn ? li a Holy Thin snay. To such means aa this even did tyrant i> tort to susta.u him lu bla oppreasion ot' toe g people or Mcxlco. lie lower that f-'enor Cotnonfort wields hM hapt bad so dr predating ? fleet* upan bim. be rtma na ai a pie and unpr? tendiev a' when h- was first elevated b Hi travels dally to at.il fion Tacobayt, alone, w.tt even a stifle aid rte camp and be aomet. >uew travel * blr*d carriage 11.- in lika marner goes to tbe tb?u aloae, aii. I oreupiea In* Umtly box; ai.d l>e goen aloot ni|ht to BM Ml MpHM moilii r. Al the raace, l < tup la limited to a sibgic aid de camp to anrnw v if iters as tl.ey arrive, or persons torn ng on basim sll o< whom Ik Invaridhlv receives in un t salable m tet ? tlic t* er as well a? the rich, ibe shabby as wel 'he Well ( rtlled. Is a trim r< pub!i< ao magistri lie la a bravo and hotored I'resiilent, ha.- a geoer heart, si d msitee bimsrlf est >-m< d by sit 'hot know h He ta a Strang* r to ptldn, and la tbe exa< ? i.ppoa.te of conceited eanta Anna lu your country wlat I am ? teg n ay net item of much mi'v tai.re, becatse all y Pritide nta are ex|?-<-te<! u a matter o< coarae to road tin mr lv?s in thi< manner. But here t n.ay be coasi. td an estraordlnai y tblf g. Ibe rain Uii* y.ar hive been aranty. l'i+ 'bl?C i his w lortnnab', aa >bv would otherw.ae have been jiosed to tn inrtatlon Aa stinmer ts almost unknown here, tbe theatre* n.au. oj < n at all perM-da of tbe year. In the National have at present a (list rate dramatic company ^erl'rml a inftig whom is the celebrated ar trees Mat l<> Plea, I the (istlpguiahed actor Man iel f^'ahna. Mebaveaii gtcd vaudeville company, and also a ballet < ervpsny. the Iturbldc there In a very itidilereat dramail.; cotapa Tbe Hnkan lad lea are hut Ii4'e iiream pArtias; wluti tbey ? ueeeed ir grttlng up a re on m, .1 gonen roves Mrjr arrrean e su<T well matagml Tne ni i li re la*t a rornert was piven In Talma street., n ei pllmctit to S^enor l*oo Pcero Vclcr, Treaaure* (iener* ibe K? public, and a very estimable geat'.eiana. A la t un ber of |irn on <4 both sexes aften Iim. and pass* very pay night, wilh a. I the propriety ef a e aseerabl U*t Urn. ifnim tbe New f?r>ans Plcaytiae. tug. 2*. | Py tbe arrival of the (ih<K>ner Kdward f?rparl, fr Tau.pko, we are placed ia pusseaaioa of '.ale |?| Mmw The birthday of fJonv.nrort waa celebrated ft thai e if b gr> at spirit, and everything aeeras ??> ileaofe tie t feeling f wards bim anil hl? noverem**! Tbe pspers el TampH-o espcriallf laad ta<- ' r ?y T?rd at.d sr< m to think It will prove tbe sr?'rai;?a ol country V (iaurri'a rebellion finds ao lavor whatever H spokm oi wiffi inoignalion. and almost aith e- otemM Hi- had got poase*i.ton of Hs 'lllo, It itpp1 art; and tralieroiis aup|>ortor /ay aa had glean m ' < e to ol 'I wns ot the State to act nr wledge his authority Son il ?m. at proeent. appeere?l inciiae.1 to eompty ii . I arm bad tskin lull |rf>?sess:on of th" '".oven ? hip and romman. lance Oenoral ot Taman i?s, ve <tb versal apptobalion. .letaej City llrws. FiKxtivi Man u.? A shooting matcb came ol a', Vne.irifo Tuvern, on tl.e Mca.tcws, os Ti ? .sday al iron. .lames T< mlitson n.ade a wager to ?!<??? loriy bird? out of fllty, at thirty (Ire yards I . 'S ar;d eig van's b' pi's, on a ? . r < f ?100 t < ? '. ' I!,. r?,| ts ty i Igbt shr-ta. killing all his blf ds hot one Im roi t? having fallm jnat outs; ie of the boiin.ia, the b't wm I Hip llnuT. ? f p'.rlous 12 not? are In e, r. .1*1, on. J putting to be ot the Bank ol tbe I n led Cute*. Jar Oty. Tbey are altered irom a broken I??tr ct of Col bla hsnk. There are also In clrculat on counterfeit ! on tlie Bergen County Hank, Hackenaack, altered fi ??'? Tn* or Jra-s^ CitT.? Tbla hank has eompletai orgarl/alioti by tbe appointment ol A 8. Hatch, of ! Haven, Caabier. V-anpai ism ? We nh^erre thai a rfward of| 's ofltrid in tbe Namneket Imptirt fbr lha sconn who cut the submarine eabla. It la Incredible that tl are wretcbe* nle eneugh. to take pleasure in rlestni' m- rely for tbe sake ot ? snloa destruction, th<n?> of' c?l talue to tbe wboie coaaonlly.