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YDE1 8* COODRilCHi,
Corner of ?lal anId Eloyal sta.. N, ..,
lae tiedor MangotoU of BIVIIRWARE to l. oIity, sod
will make to aoder py me woated t sht aoth l .
GaOHLIrT; .nd'l Itl IERS,
FIRSEMEN'S TRUMPETS, etr.
PdM.s for AgreloItural and oth.er FPa, made by the quatity
,. a very low prtel
Silei CltMosr, Wtlters, Coak Baskets, Poep Tretes, Chafing
-u6 ol. Dl5ea, Urns, Center Plaes, Candlestleks, Ten Set.,
,Moobosd Vgeptabl Dishel. Pitchel., Goblet., Cups, Spous antd
SaOr, and Faocy Piee n endle vtriety.
Old Slver'takot in iethangetlor ew p.lets, or bought for
HYDE & GOODRICH,
d lpIF. New Orlonnt.
Fir Premtum Shirts,
FINE 3E B~POKE M.ADE CLOTHEIS,
GENT EMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
i' PRICEO CHEAP AS TILE CHEAPEST, and In ail
s the WORTH given for the money, at
Contmr St. Chorlis and Canal strees.
N. R.--bothij t and Sfhrts made t order. nsR Ittr
S. ..a. ,NIVlson,
FINE WATCHES. JEW.EL'rY,
SILVERtWARIE, CUTLERY, GUNS,
PANlCWi0OODS, etc., etc., etc.
S1i ... . No. S CANAT, STR ET..
\keg BI Carb Sied, InMtore and for e by
WOODMAN A BEMENT,
1 ptf Comer n Mlagdne and Cmmon Sreeta.
I hae th onor to inform- my tron that owing to im
provements in my Stor, I hare truaferred the SHAVING
-OOM to the texlt door, and that same attetion will be paid a.
I. B. BOIRON,
oNl9t! Sla SI. ChOdle oteec.
, antel Ornaments.
JMtt teolved rom Pate, a beottlnl astortmenlof
BROmNZ AND MARBLE CLOCKS,
BRO~PZ AND PORCEIAIN YASE.S,
IStONZE STATUES AND CANDlI.EBRIAS,
PORCELAIN CANDLE STICKS,
BISCUIT GROUPS, etc., etc., etc.
LION & PINSARD,
Ulppt M Sard 6 Rosyal street, eomer Blenville.
MDee in tN o d for saeto by
* WOODMAN & BESMENT,
M eptf Corner Ma..ne and Common streets.
iWats, Bauduc Jtlaclkey,
No. a.. 57 Mlgledseatreat, (comer of ashitesl.
Wil give prompt attention to the ole of
ERAL .STATE AND SLAVES,
SI CCE.'SION AND PORTWARDENS' SL.E.R,
ANK AND OTIHER STOCKS,
And alt lther desipttio of property and merlabdlie.
W/oodsman n Bement,
(Sueemao to O. O. Wnianu, & Co.,)
Coorer Common and NMagszne streete, New Orln.s,
-lmaPOtras AND DEALERs IN
CfqICE GOODS-SELECTED MEDICINES,
M FRENCH AND AMERICAN
DYE STUFFS. ITt:.
Druggstso, Phyietaoe, Country Merehattn and Plan.ter, who
Mec.lnes of best qalltty, saty rely upon belng luletd.
Aromptly attended to.
WOODMAN & BEMENi'',
ntg (ilf C rner Mlsrdine and (ommn rimtr.
Cigars t Cfgars ?
Purelmrs wm alwaysld in store no assortment or the well
kenow erand.-Inknefdad, Flor de PuJodas, Meridians, Flor de
P.eho Rsdnws, Cabsorg, Partaga~, Know-Something, Wash
Ingtl, Dos Hermmaso, MSoe Italtno, etc., etc., at tbh lowest
P. PRATS & CO.,
xO lcef - 2 Cnmmereltt Place.
Thi Eastern Clarlon,
t. R. Adams, Editor.
A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, havnig the largest circulation
.oRf PoY e p ne5waper in t1e South, is very respectfully of
remed , an d lert·ing medium to the Merchants of New Or
dmun,. Apgnt. for Noew rleas-
. A . L B. STRAWBRITDGE & CO.,
-o1s ptf No. 22 tommerchll Plare.
S E. .4. Tyler.
110 iANAL ST .................... ....NEW ORLEANS,.
,IJNE WATCHES, CLOCKS,
-r 3a w30 LRY
SILVER .AND PLATED WARE.
-MasOnufatores to Order
S Bilverware and Jewelry.
DIA ONDS RESET, WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELRY
WIltes, Liquors, etc.,
.b d 8. 13 AND 15 ROYAL STREET.
Ae pplyof CREME D BOUZY CIAMIPAGONE, n quarts
eiat.dnts, eonth tuanly on hand, which is equal to the bet thalnt
..emM to this market. Also, other brands of inferior quality,
'OAZ SNHERRY, CABINET SURRlY, SIERRA SLIER
-a-Y GOLDEN SHERRY, DUYF CORDON SHERRY, AN
RR BR SHERRY, SPARKLING and STIll, HOCK, Old and
FPln PORT WINE, MADEIRA AND SIIEERY WINES,
SR NDIEE-S a, of the vintage of 17505, 17 and 1015, and
othr brands. WHISKY, of all descptlonso-o-Scotch, 1,ihl,
Eyp and Bourbon. ALE and PORTER, in pints and quarts.
A o haond, my usu assortmnt of the bet
In the market, which will be sold on as reaSonable terms 0, any
other houseo in the city.
l SEWELL T. TAYLOR,
ri 2ply INo. 13 end 15 Royl street.
lIes who are tncredmdous in regard to the superdodty of Iron
ovr Rolm as a tIa0tenln for Ooron in ca,, of ire, are requested
to inaidne a bale that pased through the fire on the Levee, Oct.
Sand lay FORTY HOURS in the smouldering remains of 70
bs, of Rop-Bolund Cotton, nearly all of which was consnmed.
Te wore nally two bles in Iron, boh of lthem savedI, with a
I0 of LESS TIIAN TI:N PER CENT.
he slo to sbe seen at No. 22 COIMMERCIAL PLACE,
er orderx will be promptly lle for any nllml0 r of the
:, ,ptf AgSent of " PASSMAN'S IRON TIE."
Brul FBrother S Searer,
...................... WARREN ST............... I.....44
S IVZIgTOnt Or THIN
CELEBRATED OVAL EYE COTTON HOES,
WIPROVED PATTERN CANE KNIVES.
aoI zaso ron
-R. P. BIITIPF'B AXES.
I-nuM bbing tradeo supplied by the pakagse.
i rA boIvy stak of HARDWARE, .UTLERY, GUNS,
e s., sseost.S.sI onha. hgI 7lpy
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXOEPT'ED, SY J. O. NIXON, AT No. 70 OAM STREET. O
VOLUME XII. FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1859.
I.atches, Jewelry, Silver,
The inest and largest Mek In the SOUTHWEST, now on
IHYDE & GOODRICH'S,
COR. CANAL AND) ROYA I, TS.
Evertylety of Imporled nld Domestle made
Having bed contindl relations for over thirty years with the
bat Engllih and Swiss malnfacturers, we have flllitel nne
quled in this elly for fnrnhlhing WATCHES to suit every hadle
of taele. We have in Europe ten different mnufacturers, to
whlom we give our owu Iptterlts and styles, and who make tlhee,
goods for us only. SPORTING WATCHIIS, of the highest
fnilts; Watches winding without c Key; REPEATERS and
EIIIT-IIDAY WATCIIS; LADIES PLAIN aud ETIRUSCAN
GOLD ENAMELED and I)IAMOIKD BACK WATCIIHS, wilth
Chatelaines to match; Ith celebrated PRODSHIIAM ad JUR
GENSEN WAT ESIIR, and other varieties from $30 to MSIo.
A cholce collection, all nmmlte, hy onrelve:, in tile latest and
ilchelt styles. We Importour own DIAMONDS and deal di
rectly with tle three larget merchant of PRECIOLU STONER
in Paris and London.
PLAIN COLD mid ETRUSCAN JEWELRY,
And ANDA, ENEVBA, PANTIN, PEAR..
And e prey dly for us, al pi. celebra
PAIA SATETTES Id VASS, ILITARY
I)RESSINO CASES and WORK BOXES.
PORCELAIN DINNER and BREAKFAST SETS.
Richly deeorutd, en hEnd med s cifl.OAled tdec, ritLe Acnme
Madl-e epre~ely for em Oy the most elcbAett d Icnaleecc,
othe eton o ver. tor.
RIES-HYDE & GOODRICH,
d S DRINKP.
Udolpho Wolnfe's Pl e lt Coge ac Brn y ,.
PISTOL, IEIEATERO, BSPlRITI anG ed ILITARY
1100110 of all EiMcl'.
Our "Sao Re and Illthe brIt aliect, f taht, his clerate open
tile ispurtyon of :i otle
In eso one doze each, with bof tcerile oldn the liot
33EcceOOlAehi ht New Oleecs ovttB l yeas..
anteeo hern andits pey.
WHAT SHALL. WE DLINKP
Udolpho Wolfe's Pure CoSherry Wirandy
Ixreroe e Be-enrlee, ccc Ifcl,,ccr.
WeImpeed bype h elf- waraeted purel, with his lertflicate on
Udolpho Wolfe's PGenuinre Old Port WiAroe,
oImpuerl tel my Ief, ccae,p. o, one dout ucp b, with hi O er
tleo o pty e th e er. UDOLPHO WOLFE,.
Udlolpho WolfS's Pore DIaeleira WIne,
Ie, cceeml .-) d-a each, edth hid er cl,, ee on tcce bocle
Ole Imper, No pea rte k.y.t
Udolpho Wolfe's Pore Sherry Wine,
Imuctied by hlmeelf-earec-to pureewcth his eertieete on
L For le eby the lpefollowg rm. ew Or
U.dolpho WolfeART & CO., W. . ALLEN & C
Plent, m, ql,,rte-Tlc beet Olu mede en Ice world. All Ole
mold)nder the name of Srhnelcclc, nIc pct lphy Icie, I ec in
poeitlen en the purceler.
UDOLPHO WOLF E,
Sole Ilepcder, No. e2RI'ec-ele.cel, Nwe Yec k.
For Ies by tlhe fIlloweeg ieme itl New 0l,0ec.
K. J., IIART & CO., W. IL. AILEN & Cii.,
A. Ie. ORIEFIF & CO., P. DWEER,
.JOS. I.& 1. N. ARKS, CONVERSE & CO.,
EATON, BETTERTON &CO., KARSTENDEIK A CO.,
J. MORGAN IIALL, I. R. RAILEY,
W. A, VIOLETT & CO.. F. W. COE.IER,
PINCKARD,STEELE & CO., TOMII'PON & BARN ES,
GOODRIHII & CO., JOIHN T. MOOR1R Co.,
BI'NNELL & IAILIEFPI', IlOIMES SPENI'.CER,
G. TIllEREII, W. L. LANIER & CO..
c'llMIUT & ZEIGLER. JAMES SYME,
I. BLOCK & CO., O. X. M1ORISON & ('O.,
IIISCOCE & SINES, R. ('ONERY,
ARTHUR A CO., PAYNE A KE.MPI,
GEO. F. WITTE & CO.. COOPER & NEIBE:1T.
Eye and Ear.
IE Y I A N I) !' .\ 1.
Dr. VON M1IOSCIIZISKER,
OC1I.TST AND AURIST.
IDr. VON MOSC'IIZISIKERI, the well-known Eturopennc O-'
LlsT' and AU RCMST, begs to announce to those who needl hi,
ptolctc'ilccl ervle, in any mnlldy of the EYE or EARI, whlrh
celllire MEDICAL or SRIIOICAL. trealneut, thbhe Iceia be
.,lllllted at hIS Rentc,,
124 Canal street, over the Union Bank.
Sitour, heom 9 A. b1. to 4 P. M., and from 5 to 6 P. M.
15-AERTIII('I.L EYES I.erted.
iDr. MIm.s nathod lfor te remyal of De.\'NAIi of thie long.
lt 'lanldipng, by 1lz newly inlrodneed Instreumnr, and the appli
which i, founded on Iho most ticntific mrdical prilwiple% h,%,
reevlved the tell im,,y of tihe tIlt lhybieiane in Europe antl tilie
f tile many preoie rsnerenlly trealted, or which -roe Ila.o
en ilean fr mnl e Ihan thlrlty ylear, tld whose ttimlOlhl
nmay he examuned at Dr. M.'s ob ee, hr will name the f,llonllg
elt of lit of lhundreds :
lie. Senlator Pugh, Judge Mel.e, of le 1'. S. Suprylee
Court; J. Sovins, E1q., editor of the Argll. lhlllielphil; Irl
bin Townslly, E.q., Towneley Ilone, St. lelil; T. II. Tlewn,
sq., 'reident of thie ol,,ard of Ieath. lPhiladelphia; I. II. Ne
ville, Commalder, U. S. Navy. Aleo, ketrlb brlne l',n .or<
Mlenkin lld Wlnclhter, of Ranllre: I.nIl. J.. . Sidney, Phil.
ndelphlin; II. W. Smith, elditor of tilhe Patit. Nehllrllle. Tenn.;
I.'lI. Fitgibbon, Photlogaphi,t, St. Leoik.
Dr. Mi. urth begs toy th to a tlwo followiln letters, ltl gen
alemen well Tl knlow In thi. city ntd tihrouglol tlle State, til
htee lten sent to him with a reluest Ino illdllb the thuim, Ir tle
b,eneln o ,ulherls 'hi. may need Dr. 3 e.'r rnlices:
II:TTER FROM CAPT. T. P. LEATHIIIRS.
Of the Ntelhez:
New Orlents, Dec. 9, I,9.
To Drli. Von Mt'llelhker:
llenr Sir-You operated on my eare aln treatl d my child for
.as aRffecon of the eyes, In 18,3. We hatve both experlenled
Iuct benlefit, ald I cheerfully- t a t plearee n rcc omlllelding
l, , Octlilt and Altlist to tIble who my- need your ser ice.
T. P. LEATERII IS.
FROM JOHN Ie. ECASSADAY, ESQ.
New Orleans, Dec. 10, 159.
In5 1 1i. . V.n IMchrliker operated on my ear. I had lenl
lie hearnllg If te left or entirely; in addltion to the iconme
Iincoe of dc.lI here eam aI .not unrethting npleaxn.t
ensllrnl of sinn l ln tIle ellr. I ilt mllll gratiiedl n einll
bhl ItQ ,ay ;hlnt illn short tlnu he enabled idt to Itewm very dis
tilltly, and Ihe disagreeable sealt.n lll tle ear, which was so
annlling, appears to be entirely removee d I therefore hesltate
liot to eeromnelld hinm srongly to all elambled with deafnele.
JOHN L. CAiSADAY.
N. R.-Person wlhingll tlhe full beteft of Dr. IM.' treatment,
ellher with Eyeo r ar, should apply early. Ph:.seinie are al
waye welcome to v!sit li lperationhs. 14 IpttWv
L"W NOe'.ICE- HAVE, IiE-UM" I THE FRAtl
l eeire ff my pp .e.. can n b ftd at my offie, No. 1.
R t Imp aRTTt,
Stl8 My Y. M. 1.YNOLDS.
FRIIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1859.
TALK ON 'ORANGE.
Nothing of an important nature trceaspired yes
terday on rue Carondelet and environs. The
weather was favorable for the usual corner congre
gations, which were numerously attended. Tie
America, or the steamer of the 3d instant from
Liverpool, was expected to be announced as hav
ing arrived at Halifax. There was a disposition
evinced on the part of buyers to await further ad
vices from Europe.
The receipts of the staple continue free, as will
appear by reference to our marine list. It is now
settled that the reported rise in the waters of Red
river was of a very brief duration. Not one of the
ordinary sized boats has passed over the falls at
Alexandria, consequently the receipts of the staple
from Northwest Louisiana are light, very light.
There was some talk that it would be well to get
off some of the great stock, or part of the pur
chases made within the last twenty days. We have
thought, when scanning the clearances of cotton at
the Custom-House for Europe withiqLthe past ten
days, that they bore very lightly in comparison to
the quantity reported as sold from day to day. This
leads to remarks and talk of complaints, delay and
detention of cotton at the several presses. Not
withstanding there are twenty-two or more cotton
presses, some with double presses and appurten
ances to expedite business, buyers and shippers
talk of great delay and inconvenience in their cot
ton not being delivered to vessels with that
promptness and punctuality which has been one of
the characteristics of the trade of our city. Ship
masters and stevedores are complaining, buyers
and shippers are remonstrating; buyers of ex
change, based on cotton, are also complaining, and
old buyers who have been on our flags for fifteen
to twenty years, talk that the mere fact of weigh
ing and marking cotton is not to them a bona fide
delivery. In fine, there is something in this talk
creating the belief that several cotton presses have
more business and more cotton in their premises
than can be attended to, while there are other
presses and warehouses doing comparatively noth
ing. Of course, every factor has a designated
press. The further talk is, that the large presses
or warehouses have a monopoly of the storage and
eompressing business, and at thies time have more
than they can attend to, which retards shipments
and seriously interrupts the dispatch which buyers
of cotton desire to realize, and the buyers of ex
change Insist on as the sine qua non of negotia
tions; therefore, it has been suggested on the flags
that in the furtherance of business, it would be
well for factors to divide their business, that is,
give a share of their large receipts to dilfferent
presses or warehouses. This was the talk yester
day, and we have often heard and talked of it. It
is, however, unaccountable that with the fine and
favorable weather which has prevailed this season,
thus far, that there should be any delay or dilatori
ness in tile transmission of cotton from the presses
to tie shipping. It is, however, manifest that the
very large sales of cotton for the past three weeks,
with engagements for freight and taking up of ves
eels, that the clearances and exports have been
light, very light, comparatively.
There were other matters talked of on the street,
particularly the so-called Union meetings in North
ern cities, which are regarded by all true Southern
ers as delusion, or rather misplaced at this period;
in fact, " it is too late ! " We shall have to en
trench behind our cotton bales. In the meantime,
there is very little talk going on about matters and
things in Waskiagta. -V..rp oJiUtei. akll o i
great national bear garden, farther than If both
Houses of Congress adjourn and go home the
country would he benefitted.
There were parts of some back mails received
yesterday, with New York dates of the 10th. The
arrangement made by the Jackson Railroad Com
pany, in place of the repudiating contractors over
the gap, leads to the hope that there will not be
cause for further colmplaints.
ARBARnCu GOLD FrOM Camlquc.-We yesterday
saw. in possession of Mr. John Schuber. a gentle
man recently returned from California, some seven
or eight hundred dollars worth of the genuine
Urprevee images from the graves of Chiriqui, which
he obtained on the Isthmous. It is a most carious
lot of precious trumpery, inculuding images of
various animal forms, strangely fashioned of pure
gold. One of the figures weighs between eight and
nine ounces, is twenty carats fine and worth $165.
The spendthrift pagans of eld deserved to become
extinct if they knew no better use to which beau
tiful, dear, darling gold could be put tian its pros
titution to such absurd uses. This lot of quaint
treasure, together withl pottery ware from the
huaco diggings, is to be deposited at Messrs. Hyde
& Goodrich's, where we presume, the curious will
be able to get a peep at it.
Tilo VA.aETIEl.-Hultroft's always welcome
comedy, "The Road to Ruin," which, by its lively
plot and abundant incident, keeps any auditory a
tip-too with interest, w.ls performed last night for
the first time this season. Mr. Owens had his great
character of old Silky, which he has made pecu
liarly his own, in America at least, and to which he
is admirably true in dress, "mcake-up" and every
thing--in decrepid bowing of form, in quavering
intonation of voice, in his telling delineation of
miserly hunger after lcere, in his triumphant
cmhuckle over his successful villainy, and his whin
ing hypocrisy and coolness when his villainy is
discovered. Mr. Sothern was very excellent an
Harry llornlon, the good-hearted spendthrift, and
Mr. Couldock admirable, of course, as ur. Jeorn
tos, the indulgent father. Mr. Wallack carried off
the sporting juvenility of Goldlfinch dashingly, and
Mr. Chapman was as good a Sulhy as we have seen
on New Orleans boardsn-which is praise enough.
We shouldt not omit mention of Mr. Briggs' very
graceful and proper personation of Milfordl. In
the feminine category of character Miss Charlotte
Tlhompson was exceedingly agreeable as the
spoiled, impulsive, but right-minded Sophia, while
Mrs. Chapman succeeded in rendering herself per
fectly execrable by the offensive excellence with
which she sustained the disagreeable ride of lliidole
Warrec,n. Thus, it will be seen that, as a whole
and in the detail of the leading parts, " The IRoad
to Ruin" was traveled very successfully at the
Varieties last night, for the cast was a " whole
Sr. (muilu.ts TInE.ToEL.-Rllichard the Third for
the second time drew a very excellent audience
last night. Mr. Barry Sullivan was in better voice
than heretofore, and in some instances the repre
sentation of the traits-the winning traits especi
ally-of the wily Richorird character, was mark
edly effective and elicited appreciative approval.
It would be an endless task, a labor of love, and
love's labor lost, to detail the idiosyoeracies of Mr.
Barry Sullivan in his Richard the III. tie played
ito la lnarry Sullivan and BarrySunlivan only. Still
it was imn;ikhd in some instances with flashes, not
merely of cld artistic merit, but by sparks of
gepniu. ''The best evidence was in this, that lihe
heldt hii audience on the tip-toe of interest, and
whena an actor does this he achieves much.
Tue Anrn.PT EATEam.-Messrs. Spalding & Rog.
ers announce a grand combination of the New
Orleans and European circuses, each one of which
is a splendid and complete concern in itself, as
everybody knows. The combined forces will per
form for the first time to-night, and of course the
entertainment will be of an unusually varied and
TELEGRAPHED TO THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
FOUR DAYS LATER PROP EUROPE.
AIIRIIVAL OF TiE NOYA SC('OTIAN AND BIIEMEN.
HMEETING OF EUROPEAN CONGRESS.
THE COTTON MARKET UNCHANGED.
Advance In Consols.
PORTI .AD, Dec. 15.-The steamship Nova Nco
tian, Capt. Borland, arrived at this port this eve
ning. She left Liverpool on Wednesday, the 30t1
nalt., and touched at Queenstown on Thursday, 1st
inst., bringing four days later advices than were
received by the Persia at New York.
New YORn, Dec. 16.--The steamship Bremen
has arrived at this port with Southampton dates of
the 80th nit. Her advices are, however, mostly
anticipated by the Nova Scotian.
LIvearooL, Nov. 30.-The sales of cotton for the
three business days since the sailing of the Persia
amount to 19,000 bales, of which 3500 were taken
by speculators and exporters.
The market closed quiet. There was but a lim
ited demand, and prices were weak, but nominally
the market is generally unchanged, there being no
quotable change in prces.
LONeos, Dec. l.-The fuhds evince greater eon.
fidence, and have advanced 4 on the quotations by
Consols for money closed at 961 to 961.
LsvearooL, Dec. 1.- The advices from Man
chester continue very favorable. The market
closed firm, with a good demand for nearly all de
scriptions of manafactred goods. The highest
quotations by the Persia have been fully main
LIvaRPOOL, Dec. 1.-The sales of Cotton for two
days (Wednesday and Thursday) amount to 15,000
bales, of which speculators and exporters took
2000. The market remains generally unchanged,
inferior elnalities are difflicult of sale.
The 1iverpool Breadstuffs market closed gener
ally with a declining tendency, all qualities having
olightly declined since Saturday.
on Thursday Breadstuffs closed quiet and steady
at the previous day's quotations.
Provisions Generally closed with a declining ten
dency. On hurseday the market was quiet and
The Cunlard steamship America arrived out on
the 27th ult., and the Bavaria on the 20th. Tile
steamship Vanderlilt arrived out, from New York,
on the 30th nult., and the City of Baltimore on the
The general intelligence by these arirvals pos
sesses little interest.
Invitations have formally been issoed to the pow
ers that signed the treaties of 1815 to a Congress,
which will meet early in January, probably at Paris.
Thle London Times publishes numerous accidents
to grain-laden ships inthe Mediterranean, in conse
quence of severe gales.
Henry O(Connell, third mate of the American
ship Flying Scvd, has been committed for the
nmurder of Antonia Lesmochie, a seaman.
The Government of Naples has consented to
allows the French Government to lay a submarine
cable fro (Gaetta to Corsica.
GREAT EXCITEMENT IN PHILADELPHIA!
AINTICIPATION OP AN ABOLITION RIOT.
AN ANTI-SLAVERY FAIR ORDERED TO BE CLOSED.
The "Irrepressible Conflict" Progressing.
DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 15, 4 o'clock P. M.-An
anti-slavery fair was opened to-day at Concert
Hall, and an anti-slavery meeting is being Ield at
thle Assembly Buildings.
The conductors of the fair having suspended a
large flag across the street, in front of the Hall,
with incendiary and exciting inscriptions upon it,
the Mayor of the city requested them to remove it,
which thiey refused to do. The Sheriff, thereupon,
ordered the fair closed before 3 o'clock, P. M., and
the flag was removed.
The prompt and energetic measures of the au
thoiitleg aOtsed inensee excitement among the
Brown Republicans and Abolitionists. A meeting
of the Anti-Slavery Society was called, to take
eounsel as to what course they should pursue.
They finally, in the midst of great excitenment,
resolved to proceed in a body to the hall for the
purpose of protecting their goods! !
Intense excitement prevails throughout the city,
and there is every proispect of a serious riot to
night, unless tihe aothorities interpose.
G. W. Curtis lectures to-night upon the slavery
A conservative meeting has been called outside,
to adopt measures to prevent the dissemination
of principles and sentimlento intended to arouse
intense animosity ald to check hireling ineendia
ries from making inflammatory addresses.
The Mayor has taken every precaution to pre
PHILADELPHIeA, Dec. 15.-The city was thrown
into all intense state of excitement to-day by the
refusal of the Abolitionists to remove an illsen
diarT inscription upon a flag in front of Concert
The Mayor ordered the police to remove the
flag, and thle fair being held in thie Haill was
ordered to close.
The Abolitionists are making preparations for
offensive measures. The conservative portion of
the community, forming a large majority of the
city, however, are determined to check allny incen
diary demolstration, and a mass mleeting has been
called outside the Assembly Buildings (where the
Abolitionists meet) to counteract the effect of any
The authorities are also adopting measures to
lprevent a riot, which now (5 '. MI.) seems ilnevi
A MI tERABLE. ABOLITION FATILURE.
Philadelphia True to the Union.
PHILADE.'n ,nrA, Dee. 15., 9 P. M.-The Abolition
demonstration to-night was a inlerable failare.
The audience assembled to hear Curtis did not at
any time exceed 200, while the Conservative meet
ing outside numboered 10,000. The Union meting
was addressed by Joln D. Miles. Richard Pcters,
and other gentlemen of the highest standing in our
community, who advocated sound union senti
nients, and proved that Philadelphia was true to
The mob began to throw stones at the windows
of the Curtis meeting, but the demonstration was
promptly suppressed and several of the rioters
The naines of the YMayor and Sheriff were hissed
by some of the Curtis audience, but the hissers
were expelled by tile police, and order was pre
served dlinrtg the delivery of t le Iecture.
'riThe excitement now appears to be subsiding.
WASttINGTNox Dec. 15. - John Host was con
firmed as public printer by the Senate.
Committee on Harper's Ferry Resolution.
WiASINttTiro , Dec. 15.--In tile Senate to-day,
the clerk appointed a committee on the Harper's
Ferry resolution, which was offered by Mason, of
Va. The committee consisted of Mason, Davis,
Collamer, Fitch and Doolitt:e.
Proceedings in the House.
WASuntteurox, Dec. 15.-In tile House to-day,
Vallandigham spoke against disunion, and spoke
in fatvor of giving the South all her rights, and
counselled lie West to lay aside their fanaticism.
By thie fourth ballot for Speaker, Sherman re
ceived 110 votes, Bocock 85, Gilmer 23, scattering
9. By tile flifth ballot, Sherman received 110 votes,
Bocock 85, Gilmer 18, scattering 13. On tiis bal
lot Hoskins, Hickman and Schwart voted for Sher
The Detention of the Europa.
BoaroT, Dec. 15.-The steamler Europa, which
was detained one day on account of a storm, sailed
for Liverpool this morning. She took out the New
Orleans mails of the 9th, and latest telegraph dis
patches of yesterday.
Issue of Treasury Notes.
WaSHItaTtO., Dec. 15.--The Secretary of tile
United States Treasuryinvitea proposals, to be open
sntll the 27th ist., forl the issue of $3,000,000 Treas
Dr. Garner Elected Chaplain.
WaSnHNGTON, Dec. 15.--Dr. Garner has been
elected Chaplain of the United States Senate. Tile
Senate then adjourned until Monday.
The Adams Express Robbery.
Nsw Yon.se,Dec. 15.-The case of the Adams
Express Company vs. Nathan Mahoney, for enl
beztling $5050, was brought up to-day, and a verdict
rendered in favor of tho Exsresu Company. Malao
tey oonfe.ecd judoginent, alsd will be tried by tilt
Criminal Court o Montgomery, Atla. thie place
where the robbery, was committed while Mahoney
was agent for the Company at that place.
Races at Natches
NATCHEz, Dec. 16.-At the three maile heats race
which came off to.lay, Mr. Kenner's mare 1Sigma
won two heats, beating Capt. Minor's colt Reserve,
by Lacomte. Col. Bingaman's colt Steve was
The two strsit heats was won handily by Sigma.
Motilr., Dec. 15-The sweepstako race for three
3-ear olds, came off to-day on the Magnolia Course,
for the Jockey Club purse. There were five
Allcndlorf beat Well's horse Norborne and three
others. Time, 2:51-2:51 5-2:57.
New YORK, Dec. 15.-Flour closed dull at a de
cline of 5c. on the bbl., and is now quoted at 5i to
$5 10. Corn elosed firm. Yellow Is qhoted at 9le.
CzIscNNATI, Dec. 15.-Western Mess Pork is
quoted at $15 50 to $1t 00. Lard in kegs Is quoted
at 101c.; Lard in barrels is quoted ate9c. Flour
closed firm at $5 30. Whisky is guoted at 22e.
Sugar closed firm. Molasses to amive i quoted at
47c. Corn is quoted at SOc. Oats are quoted at
NRW YOEn, Dee. 15.--The Cotton market closed
firm; sales to-day amount to 2000 bales. Flour
closed doll ; sales.to-day amount to 11,000 barrels.
Corn closed firm; sales to-day eoamist of 16,000
bushe.--Wlhite is quoted at Oie. Eastern Mes
Pork iS quoted t $14 10 to $16 40. Sogar closed
firm--Orleon is quoted at 7 Eto 8ie.; Mascovtdo
is quoted at 7 to 7.t. Coffee closed firm; sales
to-day amount to 40100 sacks at o1l to 2hc. Mo
iasses is quoted at 49 to S0c,
1'. Lovr i, Dec. 14.--The Mississippi river at thls
point has fallen three inches daring the last 24
ours. There is five feet scant of water in the
channel from here to Cairo.e At Sheep Island bar
there is very shallow water, which baa detained
boats for some time. The upper river are nunn
vigable on account of ice.
CLoSVILLOE Dec. 15.--The Ohio river at thin
point is fatling slowly, with scant 4 feet of water
oin canal and on the falls.
I. O.S. M. CairSTMas Eva F.TIVAL.-On Christ
mas Eve, the 786th anniversary of the Seven Cardi
nals, there will be a festive celebration, bylthe In
dependent Order of the Sons ofMalta. The Brah
min, Cieur de Lion and Crusader Lodges will be out
in force, and the procession will be ordered as an
nounced in the published programme, and will
move at 8 P. M., through a specified route of
march. Tickets for this interesting festival event
may be had of several gentlemen whose natad are
given in advertisement.
Con.msslornAL SALntas..The members of Con
gress are now entitled to draw their salaries with
out waiting for the rganization of the House.
Under the old system many of then experienced
some embarrassment in regard to the matter.
GEi.sT RAce To-Ionnow.-A trotting match over
the Creole Course, between the bay gelding Ranger,
and the brown gelding Oneida, for two thousand
dollars, is advertised to come off to-morrow
A QorKt Tolr.--The San Diego and San Antonio
mail arrived in the latter town on the morning of
the 9th, taving occupied but six days and three
boors in the transit from El Paso to San Antonio
the quickest trip on record. The San Antonio
Herald of the 9th says :
The weatller here for the last three days has
been unprecedentedly severe; and, considering
the elevation of all the upper country towards El
Paso, it has been much more severe there than
The line is now making weekly trips, and will
hereafter continue to do so, and will transport
both passengers and mail from New Orleans to San
Francisco from two to three days quicker than the
quickest time made by any other route. We are
not, at the time of going to press, in receipt of our
California papers. There is no particular news of
importance, so far as we can learn.
LNew AND FaXCa1s.zeT CLOTHuIN .-Moesrs. Alfred
Momreo a 0o., of th esmat omnn-pes elumfal tinbtmam l.
coled in the mgnesfcent Story Building, orner sof Camp. md
Cusnmon tEirrl, hae got n dby stemshtps DeSoto and Glenada
supplres of the very latet styles of clothing, all newly,r and of
course a well made of as good maters l am the gods sold by
rits potl I, house always are. The admlnbhis buiess stand
of thl nalways extensively dealing house hat exertedo n atural
inlen itn veryS heavlyr Increasing t alotes, and It is eooe
qsnelrly enabled to mrk down Its prices to very low figurea--nd
they ore renthrkably low, ans e know. The ame steanersn men
tiouoed abtr here alno brought large additions of goods to the
Boy, l'lothig Department, ocrd the little men can now he rigged
out in syle for the tolidays. The boat present whih can te
iunie is a it enw d hiasdlome sell. Fine clothes o make little
boy feel g d--it' we remember correctly, better than all the
iallt and tties thant he can arry. We refer to advertasemrnt.
A LIoELY NEoonO GIRL, fourteen years of age,
a gool iiiiei and house servent, is advertised for hire by IMr. J.
V. rhomas, at L, W. Lyons'.
GIiL WATED.--An advertiser desires to itre a
girl ftil eithec to fifteen )ers of g, white ororrolesn d, to I.k
WALl. ParPe, W. OLEStLE AND RRTAlIL.-Meosrs.
tIltritrtith i E,. 3 tihartrie .treet, have nn store mt of tht
largest serilmenti of rwall pi ers, borders, comes, cak,, etc.,
to be fouid stoywere, the nsorlmoent comprisig everything,
Amierican, Frenet and English. In thsa line of merehmudisr.
The work done iy ti house Ioo s f tiei best desription, for tI e
-orkmei it eiploys are skillful and tastefulr, ad smnoe of the
flnet jiob hi the city here come from their hinds. We direct
the attention oft the trade, of housekeepers and of householders,
Tue 'FRESCan ILhOCrAIe TAt'nT.-At lis ascnd
amy. 99 srnvler street, Proiessr Riclhrd ineuicatet a pracei-.
rrtt knowledge or the French ntitange with grtit succen and
expedirtio, his timproved rytel of Instlletion being er) e ad.
mtrbly s.d stcittirnally deviseI . ile in formlng iew thases
toi.Iy and thi week. and iit good opportunity for pupil to enter
is tllt afforded. Pier. I. adverttncs tn our eolumntsItlat he has
tiie to devote to t oldtin In private families, iand thoe will is
ortiinnte who slern'e so competent an istrIICtor for IhemtOsesL
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Fon MEMnPHl.- The Memphis and New Orleans
packet line mail otsamer Belfast, Capt. William Wray, leaves
this evening at 5 o'elock, connecting at Memphis with Memphis
and Charlesto anod 3emphis and Ohio railroads for all poisas
Nortl, East and West, and with fine mall stcamers for S. Lou's
and Lousvilile. For through tickets, apply to J. H. Felllgh,
Mlemphis packet oitce, St. Charles Hotel.
MESSRS. BEARD, PITrr & GARDNEt SuITu , will
sell this day at 12 o'clock, at their stand, No. 81 Common street,
bhtween Camp and St. Charles streets, valuable saves, counst
lIg, in part, of good field hads, cooks, washer., ironers, diling.
loom and hose servants, et., etc. For teCtas and full parlict
Ih see advertitnent.
SOUTHERN PRACTICAL EDUCATIOS.--CitizelI and
strangers who feel an Interest l the dorelpmentl of ouathern
rsources, should not fall to visit Dolbear Commercial College of
tie city of New Orleans, in the Story building, corner of Camp
nld Comon straeets. Ltt tm sutmain our own InstltlltioUs.
iLu.tis.-The attention of purchasers iS called
to thile sale of the het cargo of fnrt from tlalgn this season.
The cargo of brig Industria will be sold this day at 11 o'clock at
It. I. Sykes' actlon salesroom, No. 43 Magaine street, conist
Ing of London layers, M. R., whole, half and quarter boxes
raisin; fg., wine, alloudm and nlemos.
ORNDIT SALEa.-Boots, ShoRes, WVinter Ilothitig,
1uts btcd .pbs.-Wa roll the attention of the trnd I t tie sale of
winter clothing, oots and shloes, to take place tiis day at 10
o'clock A M., at Blache I clmumont's auction room, No. 77
Chtrlrelstreel. 'Iermoatlsl e.
ScauOt-HoouE HANDS and draymen are wanted at
thie lsouisatn Sugar IRtunery, Third District. seeadvmthoemndt.
CHOICE M3IL,l,lrRN.-At the store of M'lle Eudoxie
Guillope, No. 151 iourbon street, between St. Peter and Orleam
streets, our lady readers will find a very choice auortment of an
millinery goods, in the way of bonnets, ribbons, rtifical flowers,
ailks sad ladies' furnishing goods. They can have their boaMet
trimmed ih the most .asteful and becoming style, by aistas of
gnlua antd eopeIlener. and can get dreas made to order In the
moet elegant and fahlionahle manner, at reasosale pilrre.
indles i tIh inletior can confidently entrust their onrdes to
.ille ll llope, to whoew advertisement wo refer tnilm.
O(w.tas WANTED.-The imarks of certain pack
ages and artleles or merchanmse in store in "C. W. I.ytle's
Warehouse," are advertl.ed In this paper. Said gioalwill ba
sold at onadon, unless claimed within a given time.
NAVAL STOREl , .rC.-E. Blessey, 22 Poydrae
street, offerl a very heavy stock of shipplng rmdns, spirits of
turpentine, camphcnc and spirit gas, and lioneed oil. so advero
BIo LUNoH AT TIE PLANET.--The numerous ha
bltueO of tho Planet, the peat and chLicely stocked salo, 77
ltgazoie asteet, will fnd a great spred at lunch Umeo to-l.day
hesn clam nop, elam chowder, bk.od otd soaperansd lobiter
aalad wollt eero.d.
0oi DRJ AA ___
Thiww-e fgý>rtrcrp 5'iV
Wo eeusopos,ý Dee. al-. ý ae
Oamendment toh th jn •aae, er eniat s
been made therein of ais rdohlein r th e e.-d
lion of the fliurality ruule.
he clerk ithat " resoletfs Via mr
read for Information.
Mr. Hickman osseted thatt-,be ha .ig lstsa i
offer the resolution, which toeok.eamn ,]
other qausolions. He asked for a. t.
question. ,ý" . ý . ." ,
MenssGrew of ..Pa. and Wa. e. l. o[
coneludde that tr. Hiekuman had the oritthrslio
dote the resolotion.
Mr. Hoaston, of Ala, took the opposite' de) if
Mr. Stanton, of Ohio, said that, even If heAeheId
sielid the odreto which he wre entitled, the' retoc
ution cold not be entertained new, as other
questions were pending. 0
Mr. egas, or eesu, took occasion to saythat
the plmimty reobution was designed to enable
mea to vote Indirectly for a BlaekRepublicne,
when they would not come up like men and vote
directly forseech a nominee.
Mr. Hickman re.id thet the remark did int air
plyto him. He.sead vote for i BRublican'n
p e y-getemaa w oh sustain this
Administratoan. A-pplaus firom t Rpabican
side, intermingled wtlhbw from e Otbier sa;
Mr. Reagan sid asbovadt ba d ~ h yem
wold vote fortH t e mb6ita, e Dnei
ocrat. UHeitedate t tathe ob of 0 le nnaa
If f.attom to. ant upon that reeolusion was to
shield gentleme from the repon of doing
indirectly what they would notdo.d.stly.
Mr. Hiekman-I avenever conceded anywhere
what my ultimate aion would tbe. I prefer the
election of a sounn Democrat. By that I pmasn
Democrat o tpposed tohi Amiis.stoii n2 aituanti
Lecompteon Democrat. I have eideatsred for a
week to elect such a man butI am beginning to
fear that I shall be unable to :onssmmate that
work. I believe that either a friend'of thel'Adoin
ation or a Republcan is ulthnatulyto be elected
Sam frank to say, in that event, Ihave decided
on the choice of the latter. I have ffere this
resolntionfor thepurpeose of reaching hnani
tion If the adminstrati on party soteest. t-trsit
shal submit in becoming spirit. I'ma perfectly
willing that every Han in the eontry should know
my views. Let the motion to amend the jonrnal
ho putto the House to decide. -
Mr. Win. Smith, of Vs., said that the motion
wae unnecessaryon his view of tlhesubject. If the
gentlemanmeans to vote for the Republican n:omIt
nee, he and those thinkig with him an does and
thus ends the question. os manwhob.inBed
that gentleman' coorse for the lst two years could
doubt that he would at lest land in the Republican
ranks. He says he wants a sound Democrat
elected, and yet will vote with theRepublicUan,
Who does he fool by such a doctrine atlh?
The members of the Democratic party are here
to perform a high and holy duty toeth.i coountry;
I want him to be ideratood s a Blackliepubllcan,
whO only takes the name of Democrat for the purt
pose of hoodwinking and misleadlng. "Let me ask
him, would he vote for Mr. Boock to-lday If be
would rise and say that he was opposed to the Ad.
Mr. Hickioan frakly and nqeqnulvo.lly replied
thathe would not, because Mr. Boeoek sustained
the Administrationin everything it has done; that
he (tickman)was not a believer in eleventhi-hour
repentance. [ILughtor.] He would continue t
regard himself as a Democrat, notwithstanding the
remarks of the gentleman from Virginia. Itis
question that will be decided by the whole country,
whether James Buchanan or thotewho hold to the
Sentiments of the Cinethnati plsfform in its integ;
rity embody th Democratic sentiment. •
A lengthy discussnion ensued between Mesrs
Horace P. Clark, of New York, and Wm. Smith, of
Virginia, on political principles
Mr. Clark said he never was and never would'be
a setional man. He ws a representative of the
great city of New York--a city which could not at
ford to send a sectional man to Congress. He did
not regard the tepoblican party as an Abolitioni
party, he defined Abolitionisis as those who would
interfere by violence with the relation of manter
The recent affair at Harper's Ferry furished a
strong illustration of praetical Abolitionism in its
most hideous form; there were Abolitlonists who
would contribute money or otherwise to make
compensation to the master for the service of his
alead" i deeati sopthe..mendar of his
Stitle ; he knew there were thousands of them at
Mr. Smith said he was well acquainted with Mr.
Clark, and did not believe there was an Abolition
feeling in his heart, or a drop of Aboelitio,.loUd in
hlis veins. He said Mr. Bouock was not put up be
cause he was an Administration man, but becanuse
he had been long an honored Democrat. He de
nounced the inconsistency of Mr. Clark's conduct
in being elected as a Democrat, and refusing to act
with the party. In answer to an inquiry pot by
Mr. Clark, whether he would vote for a dissolution
of the Union if he should find the people of the
North combined as a sectional party against the
people of the South, Mr. Smith replied that when
ever the combination of a majority is formed for
the purpose of warring on the constitutional rights
of any section of the Union, he was out. [Ap
Mr. Clark-So am I, sir, but you have not an
swered my question.
Hr. Smith said he would not nndertahe to say
that if any particular man should be'elected Presi
dent, hlie would immediately favor a dissolution of
the Unioo: " Sufficient unto the day is the evil
Mr. Carry, of Alabama, made a lengthy speech on
Abolitionismn. He did not propose to hold the Re
1ublican party responsible for excesses committed
by men holding anti-slavery opinions; he did not
intend to charge that party with complicity, in the
raid lately made into Virginia; he was willing to
allow the mantle of ignorance to cover the noact of
the signing of the recomnmendatian of anincendisry
pamphlet. But he made this averment, that the
odeas and principles and politics of the Republican
party are necessonrily hostile to the Constitution
and to the rights and interests of the South; for the
recent invasion made into Virginia, although disa
vowed and repudiated, and, as he had no doubt,
honestly and conscientiously, by most of tihe gen
tlemen on the other side, was, in his judgment, the
necessary logical and Inevitable sequence of their
principles and doctrines. He proposed to show
the effect and the necessary consequences of this
anti-slavery agitation and feeling.
The Republican party had been driven by events
into tihe assumption of doctrines from which a few
years ago they would have shrank. Mr. Curry re
ferred to the law in some of tihe States giving
negroes the right of uflfrage, to the operation of
underground railroads, and to the frequent resut
once of the fugitive slave law, and argued that the
South had good reason to be under apprehension,
Ile asked: If yo had the power of the govern
ment to abolish slavery, and render slave property
in.ecure, a-l-0d vun ro Ait
Mr. Kilgore, of Indiana, replied-No, not in the
Mr. Curry-Why, in the free States no legislan
tion would be necessary on the subject. But you
would gradually narrow and limit our ground,
until all woold have to flee from the country of
our occupancy and residence. 1 say, boldly, that
the animating prtncplc of the Republican party is
opposition to the extension of slavery in the Ter
rltories. This is the ligament which bhinds the
heterogeneous mass together; without that, you
would fall to pieces at once. Gov. Chase, in
recent speech, had suggested that every Govern
meet official should be a person imbued with anti
elavery doctrines, and t hat that principle should
bie one of the tests for getting appointmente. IT
the North elected Seward, or Chase, or any other
member of the Republican party on a sectional
platform, such an election was to be resisted to
the disruption of every tie which binds together
this great confederacy. [Applause from the
Mr. Curry referred to the recent Union demon
strations at the North. He said, though they were
more or less gratifying, as evincing a returning
sense of justice of the North, yet they amounted
to nothing. They were not the true index of public
opinion. The test of public opinion was through
tie ballot-box, and looking to this test he found
that Noew England stood here arrayed in a solid
phaltax against the constitutional rights of the
iSouth; that New York stood hero with butfour or
five representatives disposed to befriend the South
or Southern interests. The same was true to a
reater or less extent, In regard to Pennsylvania,
Ohio and other States. When he looked at these
indications, he was not to be lulled into security by
demonstrations of Union meetings. The patriotic
declarations and eloquentvindications of the Union
were but as the singing of Circe, the voice of the
charmer, charmnning never so wisely, lulling the
South and deceiving the North in regard to the
stupendousness of the crisis.
If they were in earnest in these declarations, let
them give to the South something practical, suh
stuntial and permanent. Let them go home and
repeal their personal liberty bils, their habeas cor
pis acte, theirmandamus acts; let them execute
the fugitive slave law; let them open their prisons
for the safe-keeppng of the fugitive slaves; letthetn
refuse contrlbutions of money to sireulate incundi
ary pamphlets at the South; let them turn out of
ths hatll and Senate th men who come tousult
:;oiL-- ;r 4~e
or wo .d..
on th Bone'o lern t t
?lfoh'O hos -
aotes e oteof th
to the coninedtio of
of enose m sa t od la
ad to Bourb
to re harl, ' t
aply of water t
1rt toa m-anod d thýo
tore' hopwhlb wo s
aiert l may bee
a.oe the on
T uOemneenoe di
slllang parinoatre ea e
The roa-t-e rf atthe boy
to the conjunctioel eof the
iett wh gierdits e( apn
pe t ir se tth. Fiers e
ongof dtaiborned Sao-anade
ade to Bourbon, rbon to
to St. Charles, upoSt. 4
dras to larededet,tDp oUa
street. This may beendre ato
eu ony usi-gl fortol y
tlewhln, hrdnel abnve
DfiALDATIOe ma bg mathe m
i rcleaigr o mnteria tr-teo
of he Sout Ts w e frosm
enihon atwre bea
mot enalde ue egr tci s etulo
athe i ndiartieng ot he or
beft whdeters n is A els; l -
ton of thin 000; hence we for
the nameaetf the partls r i+
Henry Miller found a
and otherwice.nalrgete .o i
n e corner of Ptheoa,..l ad. eida
cld house beg eodtdiowre en
McCn enable to a to give dl.c l ,n s
the peace for s enct e foregoont. .
i at nattm eit tof e t flee -htls e .
wnght. The r iatses meup fstnlaii.
o, the ctor fled. "
cHenry ilbogsJeelry. It tf lt
the nos evdentouf theweapn.asl
g i minun a license, so e aid sf tje
eond iot rict leek-tp..ro
namroved himseaf abtve ste act and ioo t
he went hi way frot erder
direicing.ore Rci reno
Don the .-J. L. Whteorner y, To ,
cad Henry s er, ehargde wltk
oppostoo the St. Charoeo Ht'in
gatl and retired plae for pieot llib~ihr
in atpperpastte.p, t. a etfl .,he of, l
pColtor, we wo n t esr etherd E
i our Sotherae, llex tos bbaaq os r
roesbognjeweir n St. Charle toetr
foot In a cash bevint ddld litrtl
bi rn. . Buto s ,
bou h, ,or , a.bt toem. w o t
Second vote, actit lo k
,rested on suspiion of pick .e .
lroved himself tbov the actao
wife.n~8ir~ ' -~ .w`1