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ISUwDAY 3Oe rem . JAINVaY 1a, s
O.".$d .....imd ha w .,
im a eamsa M a weled sbeis.
Se t h Is dadm beasbrasel
O, fle! I . eu seuaed heis a, hod!
owe mom a IbahoM amow mo b mow lose
oew tho bollt whuit thy loed a; ,
Dwe as beM of uideabletd treat?
NBut thouem 'S break It. Nature ould mot sop
With love e wham uo ag powrw,
r e. varay sepuhret hao.,
O d forth lit. pube from a trampled
gTar y I th he , wh iat thy m oet
and be d r to thy w entda i
Thb didM repay W iambled W oem.
Yet mera she y.i and om her dying bed
Sbe helued f rmns--bmi khd the leoe of
at from ty brow is happir day she shred
St, a d ses, d prayd to met
Lad with a holy leok of hope mmaa,
ahe bow'd iar heek-the p PUE wae
Tet ao evuldos meod tLt soul's releaoe;
rThe pasld p amile ruptr wore;
BHer fo l. os me rd eabm had cauht
Wasm the emutel of tnmreal Da
had left e* hisgp f IeSte ste- at
m o oa o ,,,d o ,-, al .e,
A mpresse Ito ato s m i S oer c
I aw her bded wa st5hee
The sauble plms we edly *o'er be bier,
Wit a s pomp w. nbes s m.o
WheTs a. we. sold lstedm mmrdet,
I though t er s t t se beehM
A uetr itibute tea br i msheea dr
sersde mdes mew eemee tos .ess te ator
o* she *t ep Smemiee m On ..., s
Conrm, enttd "s seot i mot. to
Aet ero 's Or t ao ld or Locrda m -
etsNow broram. Jam. taes p8.
MsseuMsL L Iqa o. AMmW ssret:
MrThe 5S late, as to sl sov reatr, eon, e
couehe wioth sth Dotel , 1mode tao det ofr
Cespieas. estdled an aet sa pp o talea mal
ac to mti e t. s e ov ie ow rhe mpro aeoe .
oeeton Irbthe everd salerwonto et
glreat rmet of te rebl S Iats., pased
meat pte the tbes eem, , oU ap to defray
spe ., ea w rdisameso ltvyleSg a taxum form
the dollar upo the re and movabl prpt
I a by the several Ihet as a s tor
ehr to e Slats St et. iclkepa of its opa.
mau vase ta. treeserj P oae ups bpas a e
sad grea waiuumia lbes Slets Veaserr for
Will you favor . as o as practiable, with
your legal opmo upn subject and iaform
me wheher catk tl isw correot.
.Opow a laa t Gneomas.,
o Sa es or Lowm arnaa
Now Orilins, Ja. 11, 1s68.
Was. E. l Nsl labaeA er:
ir--Your eeelmed fever of the 9th lat. was
reeelved, aoad e ltkoaMeS eopprt a
ed to me durIg se pe ofmy oMol dtdes,
to lho eOu im posedte of my views in relation
toe suet mattesr f your f oomdmuloaon.
It in amsaury to q rs oto a the pIoier and
authority afa oosv8 tlon assembled uner ed by
virtue tho soverelp vwl of the people of s
Siabs daly expired. Let *h power of sash Oon
veales be what t may, we are not, at ts time,
called upon to cect It to tnvelgutLon.
The eeavia. w. 1. » .e , witos seepase
th erdimase levyg a tax of one mill o the
dolar es real and moveable property is the
Btah ofLeMia, derives its existence from cer
tals reeaesi o tsm oesOrse ,ps d durlag
the year 18, ead I m udd abt th ck on
les ha aequred so ga r right aid poi
sses me o rte !auorit thea ae heotowed
upen It by t met of Osgl e whl calloed
TMa th seetioe of thl supplemental roeon.
struotloa set, peaed March 134, 1867, authorizes
the eosveatio for each State to prescribe the
feem, smlery and mpsnto to be paid to all
delegates s td other oo ad aonts asthoriaNd
by that es, or osary to carry Its urpoes
lte este. It aee paseds for the oll on of
abch taxes ns may be meoary to pay the ex.
pemsu above m toand. The oonatltutionality
of the recoasltrotias mete of Coasgres it, for
prewsut parpose, lakes for grated4, sad it is only
aeeeasry to aserdtal ad determine the extent
of the power and bthert of the conveniton as
eoaenred by those stati. Had Congress de
clared that the fees, salary a oompenstion pro
vided fotr shotld ooitute a debt or Ial ni
prhoe of tbe te of Lolita· m, ad pmio
t 1he g of a tox ass o of the moes by whIh
the 8tat. sould equeq fetd. wherewih to dl.
eharL that debt, or Iality,ta tho ere would be
s va althea aghattha 8Stsh, for which It would
beo your duy k lte a warrnt to theo proper
personI even Lore t coullcted asosemonts
reachea the treasury.
BSch. howov ia, m et e provielou of aNtlon
eIght of the resomtrutlos seat above referred so.
The Sate of Loulonsm. by the prorbios of that
setlton, is neI.ithr expresly mci by iaplolsem
subjected to aa l rm pert of the com.
penseton, fuee or t eL rqaulred to e paid,
. ar is ase made debtr or amty prt bthe aof.
iemply u thorhed a ouvaoko to
ets W t tamste of IIt expeasu, and to levy
uponkt sd t f1m the property of the people
ftbotai amghetaqs may mberoequirod to pay
thobse zeas is. the law doe. mot require that
the taxs tha, eoted should be deposited Ian the
State traemory. Tmhere therefore no liability on
the part of the Ste to pay any amu whatever,
until the oollected taze shall have reached the
hands of the tnesmurer, and then only to the
amtust deplu eted.
Under suck clrumutancee I conour with you In
opiulon that ou have o riht to grant warrantse
covernug the sepenies o1 the present convention,
until there shall be funds in the treasury arison
from lbs eollectiou of the tax levied to moet such
ezpeosea. Vay repectfnlly,
Your obedient servant,
B. L LYNCH.
PraLuc DIr Btramua.-The follUowing i the
publle debt statement up to Ja. 1:
Debt b.*rn.ccl Iesimt .i. e.0l o
lebt boe lag carrey Ia
ea.............. s... am a a
Amuat or debt l cush la the theiury....12.10 1)..5 10i
Tun Sr. Lotter GAnatws I TerOLE.--bThe Bt.
Louis gamblers .are I trouble. RoeaUtly the
police ha bees raiding oa them with uneam. I
pied perseveranoe, and the quantity of clyst
gamlug Ipleat dtre s naspreeaetd.
These raids be eearly developed the Lot tt
the "square same" is not played La St. Loouk.
Out of tfourteea fare boxes captured, only three
were bonestly made. The swindla l s aceu.
lhed y lg pcee w etr tanng mors than fifty.
o ear. h dealer is able to ass the exra
cards for swindllcg p es, by mas ao eaorl
ouly contrived sparian L the box, whIch ean be
cotrolled by a premure of the lar on the oat
The stesuln Geoea aoawel. Capt. Vai, sl4d I
frNeI w T.rk is er with a gsoo fryht
ad the following pas : W. tahl. wrif
d.aer G- ,u Aa... ,aMar. Gilig A L. 1l
gethmeam ' oeehds at maauoeetr' I
cost. TIW Li T penanity forcestonp.
mend. Olm rreta . e
wea teeilser l. ma.ster of feemas a
v seJIgeet lbeppe m oUteM sdibl
==m ofp a, 51 se r. er Xa
rae ltb e d the ýstl e g r oack
t sate view osý r a e em·
edseintbe es.me ofben amlwO e
Bastey d ilu at ei 8teas o
aIs see ap s S* aaws se se
l timebL arri pues ed e I Is b
Alshalt eo sea m te o a b wea s Mal be
referred the duty of m the o tSe of each
permamet gee Sail ln le t m ohebs
ap l ted rasnrr to be aememb
of M eompttee ; s- wsen- s rued
Wshall ae wre thoaon ete g rh h
of tntar s i@ mary Parish e tee ad
committee shall havepor whenuever i their
judme the e oo f tL cuntry or of the
partrequire i, l a tae seeveata of the
yand to erl, e the ba oe sd rpe.
Shra haso power to ilU vaason es t own
bd eda l t lY t eestla Is oee* atil aes party
sal b onven ead i Slate esaestes as hersl
esaolod sadl for $a mas metl of the
tieas of th ay of New Orliaes ppsed s
nrallssmbe pubbehel8 In the oty paper : SabI
ei ne b blhLd at - - , or the
pups. r Saeo rrratifyg th gaalses propeosed l
the fredag reel .
Sr lass, after beis g fully oedlasre
ad dimsssed, weea uamosly adopted.
Mr. .. L Gibson, od that the oalt
a committ of ve Is tseleset a Dureesrat
epporal sommitie, nad to repesr their ames at
an olr meethg, to be ld w saterday
*Tbn mot.es begsped to, t chair. e
pwae the eo ge om a wnsate mst
.t: I L. Olbeo,. . . Itxon, . J. Barrow,
Dema. Da Pearu, eserrey.
A uSaNaD marmmo.
On the resmembly of the adjoerned Demo.
eratioe metg, Jedge walker belig aei , ex
Gov. P. O. Bert was edrmd to the chair.
Mr. . L Gibson on behalf of the committe
appeleld n ei,es raltable psesl to omet
tt tab "tea Ceatral Commite4," reprted
the fofbowhg sames:
m. A. b , 0mg. VIIrei., Seana . Kmea,
A.erW semh. . esLme. A . Ja
Wr aN. Levy. Xdwa'd tem P. r. Geode,
J ba b. ote v k nport, Mre . Jobso d M t we,
J. c. ommad. iby te mmittee , IL P. Kmabe.
J. Um. eon oL sr. B. W alker th endseae.
P.O. wteab Chee . to or. butre adopaed.
Mr. AJ.. J. . to . movaldeoe,
airn empwered to .learead is um bere by
the additiu, . member a t. ommitt
Jdeem dair b or Y eemary for tQ. lateriew of,
tH.th NSe. rarty.
J.3D. w IA.., G. LrdoVI S b eo .,
n. otion of Mr. Ci Balomo tahe eeretary w
ammtruted to ell . meetWng of thr e eeLutive com
A 3Z . Tile ae= Q Nth bý A IN
Inttee sbmit ptlgor Pi eport. Mr. GHotel, on Tuesday t was
reommesn it wby frther ordered that the sea-br.
should he Iseesesd to sheet seventy.
On motos of Mr. S. B. Walker the reoommss
tal eommitee be reqestd to ad empowbered to
xthe adltime and sco for hold s the ooma met.
deem esable or eeyrr auo mrfrthe laterest of
Sthey all deem acrty.mry.
On foionw of Mr. fr. Som onrl the ek ewas
lans rutelf, and is it of thet executive com-ntay:
mittee at p Fr P. St. Chars Hotel, on Tuesday
On meti it was further ordered that thOe oe-]
trl oommittee is requested sad empowered to
Printed limemor and place for holdingqullactionsfor theet
iadlsce bo racd of n retrar tionder the meto
plemety thereallo," am "quations to be anry.
werad peron pr opoing. to rgStr,," were
distribte Admirabl the OtIdq er to e monese
Thofe My, 17,following order from General Hanocard o
repls triteion, anthed is its own best commentary:tes of
Bmal altise U the Uited 8tare" who D are qul.
Printled to vote foranda of disqualficatndeofor the t taled
guan et to provide for the board of rer under t lgovern
tmeay bill aed h 2, 1867, ad thehe rebel Saes."sup
plee "mentary theretond" ad "questions to be an
swMemoranda o dipequrslltions proposing to regr" were
distributed fof retrar eadquartnders in the military billonth
of ayarch , tond the membill sup of thplementar of
registrationvry person wi haexi asted nce Unithe States of
Louisianar and Texas, for the registra of "the
cr vies pr Medst.
armyae oir aseuvy of the United States" who a. qual.
an o voath before they engater undpon the acduties of
omee: such pr ovcer fo the Cmstom e ose, Povt
**e*, MInt, juddes, and all otqers of the United
States court, Uited Suttee marshls and depottee.
5. All who rave Sbeen governor of the 8tae
thee memtr or reare"entatve, esretlary of
e, trearer, and o omua oaora provided for a the
Noftutte, of the artate, nde i he45 iad i l 2,il
clerks of couhts and deputes, aherife sald depm
ties, constable sad deputies, tax collectors,
iassesors, coroners, poloe juror, sctioeer S .
pilol s, harbor aters, recorders of con
oveyancei and e moraes, parih recorders,
the State mili3ia. Every persoa who hea Ictet
as otyorn of the cUnitedy, ~easrr, controller, re
order, al derman, shstant alderman, e sess tr,
tax collector, dolhrtor of there rearity to pt
tL a member of the Benrd of Health, d cumie o
ioner of sluc an ocsd hin clerks, cieor of plice,
ectenan, of police, and allfr, w ho have nirved on
otra potee, norte. Wardens and ader wardepn of
the Psnrsto Pr rio sad Wortaow, boeard of sbool
directs, city surgeo fi end depuies, street com.t
miCfonetr and depties, city attoriny and 18t2
attorney, superiateodent of publie achooce, in
cpectork of toboco, Sour, beef and pork, and
tweachta and meaures, mdnuers of the sylums
sor the deas ,nd dumb cad blind, rnd aeutone of
All who nl 1885 a 1884 regt, ered themselves
uv altena, or who obtained priecorpapers
roln the reprentative a of forenn powers. a
any person who, m y tie, held p an y of b the
elliy a ainsof the United Statesrr, or gave aid and
omfortl to theo enemies thereof, is daqmrited
anetrie, or electr nof 1 ceradt or vio pOlie
I. Dt yea hold ay oaoe a dero the Untred
0en pli ore, Wares kind, watoevrent ofb
mon u eloeor d eor appoluoa , priartored Jlnat
waelsh. d cm sareod amoanor ofthe aoy luemo
f or- t f _ a. n.d dum ndl blind, and sx one, of
ll who In 18l2 and 1r86 reglaeter tohemtseve
asalots, or whdyou obtaine protec tronpapers
frelomte rsnative o rel i pow 8 er,.
Any person ho a. t atuo mre, omwthel oft the
berlltmn oa aicns , rnid Sate s, or gaved an
froam .,. m r votinog.r flok
setatve, orelectr ofpes o r ice pmrei
for nhe Jnrye 2 1861? m onr o
rt _ e a. Mnt *' _. .
I ofab hea m
a the n el i
I etsimM; t as o
ate Em ta b WMý
sI ma." efrted e, w me * ea-1 week o
macsiest . d l
has Ns sappedt e the o
the ma el i 14
Juiy It. eft. h"w ea
w hen deetua, omoma a w iertet dlamt
r Sime, as s Wover, a mS webeabmee, let
a Jo'y 19 188e.M ods g o
' be mjor - eommmadleg ml dibOe"
tifr Uyr los and ot notl to hen teaitdea
S gthe to els of the atl u , asds
r tUis, as w thes menU toe 4sm "
irred to, bat well oa well dh.
Sthr to 'what he hs . oekb ms e
1om. a de epeeMapy k m d to
r,,. beeo s hk ,.,,.-lel ,,,,s.
r eoaeothena bo the iao des o a srs ae alel
now simod. Yb besd nftcblm r bodleo
' bed judishi powers It is m their eelgl
I be reglstered" n e So ts. t heIr demimleeo
na the eases of hainl aeIa
I a to te right, unlspe s are , Inthe
p form, sad bl etrbese
Fmemberus et beds mmof egiletem to decide
nupon the queubms a to S right on a7 app-l.
cent, as the facts before them, and in obedience
t thepeiLleane tbelaw. a
Sinae the pseof the act of July 19, 1867. It
Is not only bthe ri t the loema duty of the
members of thee boardse, each for himself, sad
under the osnette of his oath of ofso, to later
pret the provisios of the acts from which Soe a
thority of the boards was derived, sad to de id
upon each cae ecording to o t bet of his own
The ditrlbmla of the above " mmoarda."
was well ealculated to produe the impresalon ia
the minds of the members atof beds of regis
tration., that they constituted rules prescribed to
them for their government i the discharge of
their ofcial datles they were required to obey;
and 5 seem certain from various oommsaltatlons
of facts in relation to the mode of carrying oat
the registration, that they were so regorded by
the members of the boards, and that they not
only Inluenced, but In point of fast, oontrolled
tie proceedings of the different boards.
In ooaeqmese of this, and as the time for the
revision of the regttrtiou in the State of Tesa
is now at hand, and the duty of makag the re
vialm will. It is probable, in a great degree be
performed by persoes who re members of the
boards of regltratlo, to which th "me morf a"
I truetion were distrlibtd for their gid . the
major general comaanding deea It of Ipo
thot the members of the boards of roist
and the people at large, should be Iormed that
tie "memoranda" before referred to, distributed
from the headquarters of this military district, are
null and of no Meet, sand me not to be regarded
t by the boards of registraticn ma thei Tedo
r . etet; and that the members of m th rd are
to look to the laws, and tothe laws alone for the
rules which are to govern them I the dioelarge of
the delicate and important duties imposed upon
For this purpose they will be futrnished with
copies of the aots of Congress relating to this meb
ject, und of the amenadmet (knows as Art. XIV.)
to the Constitution of the United Sta es.
In case of questions arising as to the right of
any Individual to be rgierd, t person him.
self aggrieved Is entitled to his appeal from the
decision of the board, sad the boads are directed
to make a fall statemeat of thefactnalssuh @ease,
and to forward the same to these headquarters
wihbout uanneeseary delay.
by command of Major Geneal Hansock :
OO. 1. nARTsUFI,
Am tms A"Sew. Omrn.L
mew. t ease.mat rr~iy tL
A private letter from Gen. Kilpatrick, Dulled
tates minister to Chill, anaoanoes that be will
resign and return home in June.
The English legation left Mexico on the 30th of
December. Juarez was formerly isaugurated on
the 25th. The treasury was utterly empty, anad
the minister in chage had resigned.
A fre Ia Racmne, Wiacoasas, e the 6th, con.
umed J. G. Baldwin & Co.'s grocery store, and
tour other buildinge-from the corner of Third
street to Fixes a Miller's dry goods sore. Luo,
The machine shop of William Mason, In Tan.
ton, Mass., including a large qusutity of valuable
new cotton machinery, was burned on the 7th.
Loses 30,000, fully insured.
Gazeway B. Iamar has brought suit, in the Su.
preme Court of New York, against Charles A.
Dana, formerly assistant secretary of war, for ar
resting him ls Savannah. in April 1, 1865, d bring
ing him to Wsahington. The damages are id at
9100,000. The cose now comes up merely to re
mrve it to the United States Court.
A fire In Cnlcinnati on the 7th oausend a loss of
S1c0,000. Hughes & Foster lost $50,000. The other
losses, P. J. Marqu & Co., V. Marqua, , A.C.
RichaBrds, Cincinnati Porniture Asaeoolaetion, Cole
Nelson & Co., and Williams & Morgan.
Assistant Treasurer Van Dyck gives uottee that
holders of United State. bonds of 1847,who do not
i resent them for payment prior to the lot of Feb
rsary next, will be considered as having waived
the right of present payment, and such bonds will
be paid at the option of the government.
The astemer Montezuma arrived at Setintgo
from Porte Plate, Sen Domingo. January 6. The
Dominican government had fled to Turk's Island
Fa. n has been proclaimed president, and the cap
ital blockadesd by his brotner for five days. It
was expected that Cabrml would soon announce
liem abdication. Baes himself was at Cursoo, sad
has arrfvral t Porlte Plata was daily matnolpated.
LAcon ~t Tu s sIon .-A Washington specals
dispatch ctf the 7th to the Cincinnati Eoquirer
A delegation islehre from LouIsian, MissilssIppi
eand Atansas, to ay befuore the president and
Howard freedmen's burea, a p ropoition to A
organie labor in the outh, to make It self-sus
tainJg and avert the horrors of starvation with
which various sections of those State. are threat.
ened. The project is for the executive commit
sioners to have plenary powers and provide work
for each laborer, white and black, the planters to
furnish nall things necessary to the cultivation of
the lanhd, the negroe to be fed and receve one.
fcurth of the net proceeds of the crops. The ex
ecutive committee will be charged with the task
of obtaining the necessary supplie, s from the
North and West, on which they shall glee a lien
on the crops. Those who refuse to work sare to
be reported to the commanding general, who will
canse them to labor on the puble works.
Ike delegation contend that if the freedmean's
buresa will co-operate the plan can be sucoes- I
fully carried out aend that without It is dope thou.
rsnds of persas wit pRish, atd that uitimastely
anarchy will be the eo lt. i
The president regards the matter as feasible.
How HoRACE GusfosE Caxu vo HAms BoiLs.
In his "rIecolileotions." r. Greeley relates how
he was afflicted with boils. In the last Cly ua. n
vase he engged body and soul-hut we it him
tell it : "Very often, I crept to my lodging near
the ofeie at two to three A. x., with my bead so
heated by fourteen to slteen bohon of ineemmt
readlg and writing, rtat I coild eoly win sleep
by mesas of copifus efelom. from a shower
bath; end these, whiled they probably saved me
from a dangerous fever, brought out such myrids
of boi thasi-theo I did not heed them till ster
the battle was fought out ad lost-I wa covered
by themn for the six mont esasing, ohms I
or sixty at once, so that I could contrive am p
tion Iln whichto rest, but pased nrt after mght
n sa eesy eldr. And these uven oomevdtoe,
retoured to plpe me, thongh tee. everely, I
uthrog the teill winer, I bhae efered
from their kindred se, bet never uaIdid fol m
their young lsexrace i that winter of '4-5."
errousvd .--m avrth tisement of Goe. W
oe Ian, is osethUr oolema, claim the *peeld
antsutics of hoamekeope, s he wil do mn
or uphole t ork pon the most resamusle
teis d at u shortestncet Mt e ae y a
pe'vte t ordees tum berts, e work t
private famiies, mad premisme that all wee left
tho isattentis wilt too tmewk anestaa iedih
ap stubal. ,,. '
g .i...... . .
e arf, t iue t
1sth ass , an I A.IO M. >s
L ryr wy spon "ah tow 'i DMy la NewM
S Ymor." Weobeosen -prtif theene
* Lymek.I o
nmnre e my l U m y was o ioi
Si n ou o irsa Ieh dre5od M sa nidqa
ISfrad te possesf asfi tai fourth, . e coat
or irst o As I wis asom I III
toogag _wth tUhe oft, oate a swr hur
a I wes os we ,
the bet of toe BrvoorS se a war W
3tioh ss Inn, ut e m Ue •m e i,
Sand I e4 a hard ti med beofom me. r
-I atao t . bt m aeyas
Ai n y vBi lay pes e ded im vedy Mreto
Scratie fgrmilis-asroetlm is dtoelader
mseri hag to th s, I reea agald stamrse
etiquete. I hua beg pea doe of the hades of
Gieneral Jackson, ha .aemothoe, ates herto,
irumtaes, I felm t as thouh I as a t to
f moring my ate w ihtrewas f oinateo
lunch ono gdaep wth e, sa f ea
m my ~rseaH wan o a t g are
the bau yrds from the Brevoort; ays froem
I oaoh wledows I couid aO tic tI sidew lks
were crowded by gettlsaes, beasth whose great
cth~os LIee d sr klutonu - ev/lII
i the compit ths of gentlem h, aas srelteeI
Sties ervesf mise, tam bea t oatm , sgaome
awfgg, mily momad a liquor tre t e rum. ie
~ wsrom easu bethere we had mad oe asa, th wast,
haI tad aia before .as
iAs ay viiudg t included eLm very snito.
cratic familes-m asaletoe¶m IS iadertoeduader
na rephrehoiloeets a d thy were sa see to
Sdoor at s full eveu, ad sm bems to
I ean over oband lemon kid gloves. If f trm
1 lpolnldn to the races. I e erd a mr
etiquy nerotte. I u beg pard of the shades
w General thJackson John O.Oalhoua Btes mhoate
Should I otherve fath of their os t gre.t odntry,
oir thlance I felt though I make out to
referaln to twhi m ch the was to be a eapag
the lunch-a kind f geteel wake, in facte, "all
Corapped up or sa omethin ld was intenseppro.
the driscarded ealot t scap,) I prlce eded re-ay
I think my I defirst aed wasto ol Wlrasto lare
cent remards frbout the rethert, and from any
acI howd, Ion experie that I ha sidewalkse
wggereted the dlIgenaltien before me. o gread t
attnlcpe .of y fewlo oherent bcbimjlmeat-
hichly eng with "I'm sure"--I wa required
Sthe sree not thinse agentl, emand I dpsovered that the
Salmoe Is the be r pleas theeg bans en some to
awlly mement however, t; but as the be wy emto erged
Sfrom housenishipere the ad made a cal, it wasl
with or placid Oanint , o o preso n ofAm rne.
S ew Yan Day, s otgions. The t ie e whod,
barbed mlle thatthe wemor ;re anlike
doorat wbobba call wee due, andn begat to
I rm n obref t grid likof olte tek r. Grtlam d
the olrdinarly thertbel driver of thearn
coach lrand befolikre candles ae ighted has
egall nervous is the -e ilety of ladiee. What
outed be to No.best thing toy? sae, grmyed
Should I observe that thi was a great country.
orlike anthater. Imy am was ahervd tint oed I make any
reference parlor the manner i which thee to a e
lo.man were cusomed to keep the firblsta of
the New Year w theun ld ked wac ld te,"aike
Colume refmbia,"nts. I was nomething ath. thinkappro.
lecoon, I determIned to confine mself to Inno
cent rI bean to refesh myself bout the weather, andb
r.I found, aon experience, that I had mhno very
grgerat ap the diulthe o'cre e d Der to whl
wutterance of a few lioncoheren's. But oap I sabs
quentsually tendeding with "tI'mg psurty"-I was requiredrta
e attended only by gan I ediscovwhered that thcon
less I said the better pleased the ladles seemed to
jurr perfounrmed ome verto that the est way thao nkey
long apprenticeship to te horse collar, I grinned
pearbe Day, n contagio. The tos r whcarpe
on me in the m orning gorgeous e, nned lie to
comprisheshire at; oysters.he It ish waid erth who the te
amiable Earl of Carelie w the late Mr. Grimldi;
th cripnaion on the door driver of than nder oey
coThe Egrien d a cMorpeth m--enteredsIe shelyis
cavero, " Give me oysters I every style," he 1
ied to d the ttendat seritore ; e nd the n ght wup s
well lngh spoet ere thte British Iobre w as
him oa oabstera nwd and oBin fried, of oys
aers ronltea ia oyrtere so e dr , of oysters
tis, uroate dlie ome. Or n lrtr, wanso, vev a
lidk "abether.w" wasuere. intoon ,g il dr,
sendi oe rr agoo n ip, too tmer er to ltion.
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aonau "smile" of very rih ols Boterbo lo
rwhelny, you can atile that lgaleg out on New
Year a Dpy ei New York ithae eoJoymcdt not wuo
fraughs with perl to the dyspeprto.
OL bidr eons.-t t we ostco' sB t a mtsas of
ue New Yor prene , a osw ays st"-, thet herta
were no oldd reportners on the prome; nht th or
juerpprerfrme wdese asoeundenge astifhatk tie
pmse, and that il the eaeding Jost as c ew
dock were edited by youee mte. TIe rdos tik
sjus.e oteler way. On the Herald toin ae
ry tweety men who have beom t ev'
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