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'OLUME XVII. TUESDAY MOWIBM. JANUARY 14, 1888. t. ,
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LOAT AND CA]OU A T@TL& IlAM.
Momane, LA., Jm. 1S, 1868.
f4. Omr ( aa, No odes:
Steamboat Home hur ldw yesterday smoring
at eo'celek, at ltw ladling, withl M bles
oetee. Bet had cargo toetal loss. Passeage
sad crewl a saved. n. . Auvmr,
lRON WAIINIW I.
R Base N.eslg.e emd. tS ame aedt *"
Neaeamnmd pausee Absesd-The 2 ademi
Segsam ae mnesMe ase mee*aud as
M. N.esa C. seae .. e*a -a the 3...
eaners Greas Nap Meeod st meetam eeral
meede--. i. Cox W to Auate-A
355 Neguleatsg EInpeaebosS TYsala-i...
Ismg amee 5mase Eml ea-munwae uade
The elaees aed She Se*emal S.werameae
SIe Imsaeduee-me La ste Sunrume
aourt-Am Attepmi as WepetVe em.eral
easseek * nIe Rmea-The *Sente Ayase
She Demoval 4r misam n.
Wasnoesr, Jaa. 13.--Immem meetings wre
held la the North om Setrday regarding the safety
of naturalised lieem abrod. The question Is
-asm matllg importenoe.
The radiemal eety cenveation at Ialeaspolls
resolved to latract delegatee to the State ctn
heads with l9el imeaty unes otherw se b-n
The excltement regarding the additioal reeos
tati lgislato is intese.
The Impreis gae grmuad that the Senate
will not sa the Hoe i its aggressive lege
latesn regardg the Supreme Cort.
o the House to-day render the
of new reoenstrction bills a edes
h evalag's Expres says: "We have re
soa to believe that OGeneral Nade has been
amed that General Orant will stead by him Is
uay etlos that e may fid it noeeesary to take
regarding thb pvernor ad treasurer of Geor
S.S. Cox has been nominated for the Austrian
The judciary committee ae id to report
a hl reboltlnu npenonent il
Informaton from the preident regrlg Bar
lempmeºs Chinese cmiule was demanded.
The secretary of the treasury is asked If there
are net surplus funds o head whleh could be
advunteo uly covered late the treu ery.
The bill amendil the Cotttion so as to pro
vide tribunals to adjedioate dibhracee arising be
tween the governmeat end the State, was taken
up bat the benate went late execuative sesion
House.-Under the regular Meoady's call the
followlag bills were introduced :
To establieh a burean for the relief of freed
Defning the belligeret r'ghts of the United
Requbtin two-third of the Supreme Court to
pro eoe laws unconstitutional.
w.. I..,. *. * . .., as ouen as pos
To comstruct a railroad bridge sress the Ohio
river at Paducah, Ky.
To find the national debt
Deelelg te ItSesueth arlee adopted.
The spetker submitted a commuealation from
the war depart at, king transportation South,
for certla provisioms.
The roles were suspended by 116 to 41, for the
introduction of the additional reconstruction bill,
which was telegraphed Saturday. The bill will
be debated to-morrow and Wednesday, when a
vote will be taken am It; the minority are pledged
to make no dilatory motion.
The rules were suspendod mad the bill Intro
duoed and passed, nsking five judges of the
Supremeo Court a quorum, and requirlig two.
thirds of the foill bech to makLe vlid any action
flriging directly or idireoty as the laws of
oegee; sad should district court deeekns af
feet, tIn ay way, the ooeattloaelty or validity
of such laws, said decisiom shell be ertlfed to tohe
Supreme Court, and unles two-third of the full
bench concur, said deeision shall stand reversed
vote 11 to 39. Adjourned.
the SBprems Court the following cse have
Clements vs. Nicholes, oore vs. Clements,
from Western Texs--deolloe reversed, with di
rections to enter decree aecordingly.
League vs. Atchison from the estewa district
of Texas-reversed witkh osts.
United usltes vs. iea Witch sad eargo, from
l&male.5A bill authorlag th re ef Harpers
Fenrry was ltroduced. Also, a bill reduoing the
James Leuriek. second taller of MEes Taylor's
New York City bank, is the alleged defaulter that
was alluded to in the noon dispatches to-day. The
bank is a strong oneern, having surplu of
needy a illa of doIar Leuriek bad a far.
leghto visit the eeatry, bat went to Europe
Afterthe retole on the bi to rrgaenmsi the rules
of the Suprme Court in the HBeas to-day, Oar
eld moved to se the rules that he mllht
ntroduce a bill to redoo aed improve thmllitary
etablishmat by the d of ajor a
eneral, tih one last emIed the grde
beore th rst of Janmuary., 16-Hao- Af
ter decided iatlatioe on the rt of booka.
landall sad others, that they mud resort I fli
busterla to prevent the pse or the ill, ar
deld withdrew his motion, givi notice that he
raould reew it next Monday.
The Benate to-day, aor a eeutive seals of
Bve hours, pused the reolution reported from a
the eommittee Mo military ahire, deuclaring the
reasons of the president for removing Btanton
from the war department ilIsotet, and that
they do not threfree oaecur ia the set of espean
siae. The vote on the pesg of the reolution
was, jes 36, •Says 6. The t then ordered a
certifed copy of the resolation to be seat to the I
predent, Grent ad Stanton.
and of brigadler emerals to nine; the object of
which is to legoIte out of commmission Majior
Gea. Haeook mad Brgll. Gem. Rosean.
The Ne*earnes Ceavesses.
JAcisow, Jan. IS.-A reeolution was adopted to
appotat a OImitte of three to nquire late the
validity of the charter of the Jackston (s ULght
Company, with pow to sed for peam mad
r ordlt we ebred by a colored member,
but not ially sted upon, for the appoitment of
a committee of seven to huqir lt the chre s
prfere d agast a puetim of the of
a ste, upromulglod la the _reeapo sa
a B. .umhrers, provibenul gorwnor or
The prde having easmeed the receipt of
150 copIes of the Alabasa CoMtlstem Arom the
exeetive committee of the Nticual Unsla Be
puneeapnrt, Mr. PKugLhm mmd a vote
veateu weuld omAe toel the speelel dati
for which S dassembed. Did et uadertea
twhy ta Mrm wn eer : that r
t ion Mr. .Wis th rslaswa
amended, rtmund i hehe to e ommittee for
what they had alread e dar I ht walt i late.
dedldc hf tare, ad amended wee adopted.
The i wes made Ose pubei erd for
tn-mrrow at 1 o'elek: thata eem lt of live
. o ei eat b e de cla re.# dsn
-inb 5i we e tre eat th.e samee,
usioe mmee a .
Il d e- e- per day- -
U rlUam 1l
m sage a m.tem; magenetat wel,twesty
Mr. 1iiM msev t eM wit eMesos
to ýrhnareprte dthe bes masated
aleet Rewomldao to y, the s otluthe ImM
Stvd the oeimers sa e membesm were
ATsol . Tha tb membly do mow adjear
1e die. There was mach disseaslen, bat action
's i rlE.-:7:"' .M ao 2th sun ed ,
prdeidedg that as modt to adjeuor hee die
aheud be etertaled unless ve days' previous
mice he glm. Thmepeon Twinin gore not
make a metio that the oaveatid s adjour.
eaedval aUd ueeesea , dS 3 ne-T e oe.
emmtreat convenao tes.
Ricasoun, Jan. 1.-Oeaeral aIler arrived
hre etoday. A large cocoerse of blacks met
Ian the recoem ettom eeaveation a reelution
was Iatroduced to appolat a committee to inquire
the amedment embodylag lrecognitonm of the
Deity a the bill of right w adopted .
A article delarg that Virginia shall ever re
ma~ se of the U e ates, ed a sbtitute tot
the eet that the government of the United
States an ealy hedissolved by the eseseat of the
TjD.rt or armed revelutio. Both offered by
rpr They weredhesed uwtil the cm
A resolation doolarlag f seeesslo in l, aad the
citises of the Southern tate still acitizens of the
United State was ordered to be printed. Ad
daere roem Sea. eade- Sate u ese rc.
ArtaeRA, GA., Ja. 13.-The followlag was Is
sued thi moring: Headurter. Third Military
District, Atlanta, Ga., Ja. 1, 1868.General Or
governor and John Joanes prvialenast treasurer of
the tate of Georgiard, having declined to respect
the istrtls of, and failed to co-onerate with
the major general commanding the third military
Second-By virte of the authority granted by
the supplementary reconstruction act of Con
re, pased July 19, 1867. the following amed
officer are detailed for daty oi the District of
Georgia: Brevet Brg. Ga. Tho. H. Rogerj:ol.
onel -4 lanfantry, to be governor of the State of
Georgia. Brevet Captala Chas. D. Rockwell ord
nasce corps U. . army, to be treasurer of the
State of Georgia.
Third-The above named officere will proceed
without delay to Milledgeville, Ga., and eter
upon the discharge of the duties devolving upon
them subject to la.trctions from these head
By order of Major General Meade:
I. C. Dan , A. A. e .
At 10:30 A. this order was read to the con
vtihon, amid applause at section first.
Ceadtlem of A aWtre ha Pays at-Resell ofet
" Eemass. Ma0es-The PAesw et she
LOn x, Jam. Jl.-Aecconts by the Rio Janero
mail show that the Coaditpi and prospects of the
Humanl, and e enthsiastically supported, all
classes of the population working energetically to
supply him with men and provistons. When the
Pivss, Jan. 13.-Baron DeBudleag, Russian
Important tome position.
QlºCasvwrowd, Jan. 13.-The steamer Chicago,
from New York. Is ashore near this place.
VBisA, Jan. 13.-D patches from the South
indicate a more t0era policy o, the part of the
sultan. A decree has been issued suspending
tithes for two years, sad granting equal rights in
PROM SOUTEWNT PAIL
orawser Pass, Jan. 13-1 fr. m.-U. S.
revenue cutter Wildernes passed up at 6:30 this
A. x. A towboat with a ship and bark passed up
at 10 A. a. United States earvey schooner Varies c
and a three-mated schooner suied up at 11:30.1
Balled-Ehip Herald. Wind east; blowing r
strong. Barometer 30:50. t
Arrived yesterday. bark Jas. E. Ward, Lander- a
kin, in ballast, and French bark Severe.
Baled yesterday, steamship Cromwell. t
Bocrawmsv Pass, Jan. 13.-Southwest Pass,
6 . i.-Barometer 30.40, wInd east, strong. The s
ship Moagola, Melther master, returned It din- t
tress with oss of spar and salls. Arrived Amer
ican brig Meleta, Ifair master. with caro e of a
wiaes to Blanohina Girad; brig Music, KIeln, a
master, with cargo of coee to J. L. Phipps A Co.
Vicusnunso, Jan. 13.-Paed up last night: r
Kilgour at 7 o'clok. Prved down: Esra Portr t
at I. mn., Vrgdinl et 1 ,. . f
Teb r eo r
Corwars, Onro, Jan. 13.-Governor Hays wt e I
inagurated this afternoo
BvrrFALo, Jan. 16.-The arecognied bodis
of the victlms of the late ranlroad disaster at
Angola, seventu il1 ll, owere brled at Forreot n
Town Cmetery, thIl moraing, i. separate graves. a
A large lot was purchased by the Bualo and C
rie uEllrod for tha perpe, sand they lteudlto c
erect a meYament mpoa It.
aw Your, Jan. lS13.-The Tribae's tinta
special any that Mends hasremoved thi gornor
and treasurer of Georgia, and appointed Col. t
Th. o. H uger,of 33d Ieatry. governaor, and
The dipatch adds that It l reported that the h
president has directed Needs teaapend his order
Vicrerno, Jan. 13.-The steamer e omyer t
was burned at oulk's landing, on Oachitariver
20 mles below Moaro, an day, at 9 o'olock I
A. x. The beat and cargo of 100 bales of cotton
are a total los.
The boat was crowded with paussenger, all of
whom, with the crew, were saved. bbs took fire
from a coal oil lamp in the engine room, while
lAy-AI4, Jan. i --Lerauadl l takleg eaergetie
steps toupprem aault on pro and pro- 1
Te Cautom Hoe ocalos refuse time notes,
Ehan sea Pare 1 pe oeat dioeu0a Cur -*
rency l w York lprevag.
i ~ua , Ja. 15.-Doins, TI1.
LIvroo., Jun.' IS-3.ea.-Oot~sa active and
buoant; advaced 1-18O. Isles 30000 bales.
g jm miita Orlean
Jaw Yoar, an.- e.r aiS e. leowr.
aw Tes, Jam. L-O.-stim
man hm; mied Weselmr 1, whMte eathesu
$1 30 1 1. Oats 1. b er. Park ead Led
nachsad issd . Terpeatin 33%34e.
ain I r. n eights ~a esesm by sell
iNE T-r [ mer-mo see" A
mend, but th market closed s at 5es for cell
loans. baks week-01 Gold oi ue.
and excited, meser t upto , inu, t oead at
14i. *to ney actin ad s, wit as upward
6mb-tmusers r badhes ---el 08,500,
000; paymaen $5,.00,000; ,an ,000.
Governments cised tre ve.twera s of
1862. With coupos, Ut; of 14, 1071; of '6,
106; of '67, 1061; tea-foaties, 1021; seve-thir
ti, 1051; Tennessee lass, 62; new, 61; Mb.
BAvAxAw , Oan 13.-Otto sales 5303
bales; pries advanced c.; iddlainp 15to.; re
oetpts 2350 bule.
arorera, Jan. 1S.-Ootton market very active:
advaned 4s.; sales 1175 heles; receipt. 320
boms, Jan. I.-Ouem-eee 37106 bales;
middlinsg 15@154. ; reeulpt 4443 baeie.
Tau Orma.-T eulis "The agumete,
whiob, in our opinion, If the masterpiece of te
great eomp seer, Meyerbr, endif we did sot fear
to sheek tsespeaptil" e of the d adtnd we
weIl dee. ia a
ereut prode~oe, e i Iupov_ a
Wlmrs-itbm mu ea of as. D elcmew-.
nrkable for itbe grest ombination of melody sad
harmony, will be sung at the Opera Houe this
evening, with a powerfal east. Mler Lambe.6
and Fausechetti and Mme. Provoet Segpia will ap
pear as V aletine, The Page, sad the Queen
Marguerite; Mr. Pleot as Raoul, Van Homei as
Marcel, Lechevalier as de Nevers, ead Duple as
c'e St. B is. The other characters b the com
pany. The opera will be produced the usual
imposing style of the Opera Roose, and all who
may desire to witaess this extraordinary perform
at oe, if they take our advice, had better apply
eonly for seats.
VAazras.--The house was crowded last evean
lg ; every chair and camp stool in the balldig
was occupied, ant there were as many there to
reet Jefferson as there had been to welcome
Booth on the first night of his engagement.
" Rip Van Winkle " was the performance, aad
Mr. Jefferson, as he came upo the step ik the
frst act, returning from an unsucceestul hut
among the Kaatk0lls, with his dog Schne!der, his
torn leathers cost swingig about his heels, sad
his trusty rifle on his shoulder, was cordially re*
ceived by his audience. It was difficult to m
gluine that a year had elapsed since he last ppeared
on that stage. It seemed as if it were only yes
terday that we had seen him there In the asme
character of the honest, weak, yielding Rip Van
Winkle. He looks exactly the same as he did be.
fore, and acts the part as much better, if better
be possible, as a year's additional practice can
make him. The audience evinced unmistakable
appreciation and enthusiasm throughout the per.
formance. The piece is to be repeated this
Sr. CHABLs.-Mr. Forrest opened his engage
ment of ten nights last evening, appearing as
Rchielieu. He was admirably supported by Bar
ton Hill as De Maupral, and Mies Lillie, a yooung
actress of Mr. Forrest's own training. as Julie de
Morltimar. The theater was well filled, there be
ilg very few seats unoccupied, and all, we learn
bhaing been disposed of. The support rendered
by the company was, as a general thing, very in
ferior to what a fastidious critic would demand.
Mr. Stevens. however, as Louis the XIII, and
Hyams as De Beringhen, appeared to give very
general satisfaction. Mr. Forrest will appear
this evening as Virginius.
Aca.sar or MUSIc.-The variety performances,
iooluding Ethiopian delilneations by RByma
Bloodgood, Delahanty and Hengler danciog by
M'lles Kate Wood and Lesh, songs t Alf. Stew.
art,and wonderful and daring feats b the Miceo
brothers, make up an entertainment ightly such
as say one will be certain to enjoy. The stage is
under the management of Dolly Davnpert, (not
dead yet,) and it is to his experience and care that
are due the regularity and system with which the
performances invariably pass off. We learn that
lar, which rwil ill the Academy and set its ocau
pants roaring from the pit to the trolial me.
ROBINseN's Coxuawrxaro.-Thli extensive es
tal:aLtment afters protracted and successful stay,
fohed its tents yesterday, like the Arabi, and
slently stole away to Carrollton, where its exhi
b.tons will be renewed. We commend it to our
neighbor. of Jefferson, as a sightly show, if not
one (f :h beat that has ever passed through this
section. They will find that Manager W. H.
Bough, and Tresurer G. N. Robinson, are genial,
whbole-souled men, just such as are capable of
making an institution of the kind popular. If the
circus ever comes this way again, it will appear
incomplete If they are not with it.
Lames Cowc'r.-On Thursday evening there
is to 1 g ven at the National Theater, under the
direction of Mlle O. Romey, a musical entertain
ment for the benefit of the asylum recently estab
lihed by Father Turgis for the widows and or
phans of Southern soldiers. Appealing as this
object does directly to the hearts of so many in
the communialty, it certainly ought to receive the
attention which it deservrs. Tickets for the en
tertainment may be purchased at any of the mu.
Caesecra Crr Mruszc.-Tbe numerous vial
tols entering this favorite place of amusement on
St. Charles street, are a sufficient indication to
strangers of its whereabouts. There are some
very rare curlosities offered for the inspection of
guests, and none come away disatisfied. The
museum is always open from 9 A. M. until mid
Ten Ganz Day Goons Erpomux.-Mesers.
Wallace & Co., wholesale dealers and importers of
dry goods, have just moved'lnte their large and
beautifulHy arranged store, corner of Megsise
and Common streets. Having their stock now
ready for examination, they respectfully lavite
the inspection of the trade, feeling confident that
from their select and asndid aseortment of goods
they ll be ble toe please the most fastidious,
beth us tol and price. Messrs. Wallace &
Co. conduct their buanseupoe a bold and iiberal
principle, and having curtailed their expenses in
rent slone to the amount of several thousand dol
lar. are thereby enabled to give their customers
the beneit of It in the price of their purchases.
Parties visiting the city with a view to purehasuig
may rest assured that this stook of dry good and
notions is one of the most complete In thOe eth,
ad the indeucemeats offered by Mes. Wallace &
Co. are of such a character us wllt invite their
A Blitmaoi EoasI Gosne To aw OuLEAwS.
The celebrated trotting mare " Bettle Ward" left
this city yesterday morning for New Orlesas. but
will stop at Columbia and Mobile, where she has
horses. BShe is a thorough-bred Kossuth ma,
and was raised in this ocity, and is now owned by
Mr. Dan Ward. In all her egagemeate e i to
t-ot to a sulky weighteg sixty pouneds, whicb was
bluilt for General Butler-ab horse-not the other
teast.--[Blihmoad Enquirer and Examiaer.
Mr. Oearge A. Pike has been chosen W. 1 of
St. James's Lode, at Batn Bouge.
Th A, LLro, PrIswo ow Ajzamowx Vmos
am RuBscr Mmnwor-Wan--The presildent sent a
memage to the House on the 8th, is eswer to a
resolution ceuseuig the alleged isterferenee by a
Russian man of-war with vessels of the United
States la Ohkotlk sea. The Rupiat having
wamned out of the bay ear Sharter Islead certain
Americane wbehipe which were foned there, one
of whlehk not replyngwith sdciat promptoees
was fired as with si abot, whereupon she took
her departure. These facts were oommunlated
to theL Btate department by Mr. Chase, vice-consuol
arnt in Amoor country. Mr. Hlcks, of Mas
chusette a,'lso oeemmunated to Mr. Beward, from
Capt. Timas, aster of th sip KErOP th t
tt atnd other veeeMs wle aer g or m ,
had bee disterbd by a Busina el, ad -
voking the peeties o th o venmn Kr.
eward, ol the 3d olI DcemSter, addressd r
letter to Mr. Stei, ekig whether the latter
had received nl iaformation an the mbject. Mr.
Btoecki relied, o the 28th of Deoember, that he
had ream to believe that e iaedet i q-I
jeet, In d eto e al the beta
Wan or sraw ounau.- mother c~-umi
wl lboeo d a bed direetenm lr the Bak of
Mew Oseas, whh eess smeel Oe beakt
mereeme bs see l me e of th iy.
EYP37UiIIS be svw7I~~s
0ammmma- . - magmwa of fie"
Opina , a aee.s o m
The hmse et pt. Msg m at Po ne nt
s ste t, ain bethei emU toe abte
Thw e tempal ummrte. I , won y b te
theademoee at C A Mous, sete nll e oo
and Cartre wste, wasil e t A. 1.
Sth s .a atm oi.M tt.r. .
to Mole, where the peslelmeae oe s e
Adeb war e . saladest i
The t dew steameo'r Dper, t is atL
the la ,ro wM bew o na l wrtha
The sicam Ines mW ee s at
garinrg lty its merits. c-mm, kI M eeoa
mece digglig a lake as the Gromads.
the awarding e*mmlttees of lrsees 6.7. A and
13, are requesed to mett at the eoce of the ea
perntendent of the Fa!- Grounds, at tea o'clock
Te air Gn sat the aIr Greeds who reqM e
complain of the very poer quality of e.ttoa f r
nibhed for the purpose.
Tar Fmanm's Cormn aumFaPAta Gasewnm.
The grand reea's eatest for the , peci o
7ored by Mr. . h. lme beme the esle ated
jeweler of Canal street, will take plaee toyat
the Fair Grounds. The fllg a have
bhea eantened: No.2 by M. e. by
W. GrandJea No.13 by James Mrr No. 14
by Jao.l r le. No. 3 (Ithas. P. Do, Wo.
7 by F. r ,geo. 3by heas. enard, Soe
Book and Lader Ne. 3, by Wa. Sue, No. 21 by
Phil. Haesa, No. 12 by J. J. Ss.lva, ad No. 6
by P.R. Water. The race will be ag t Urns,
each company to ran oneehalf mie to the besa
advantae, wiu h ten m , to werk bhy suesed
throew water thogh ft M fet at be soee
will be of an e atreo M eatus us well
uatothee deparment, nd ipe wer haven
lready bee made upon the ret.
TH laeroAL NomanAviwe OeelrsmAe.-The
convention of th radical party, to somsas,
candidates for the Brst oeioe tS bhe "ed by
popular electon, under the Conttoaoln new be
ug framedt met at sine o'leek l evea' g,
the hail o the Howle of Representhtives pu
mat to adjoranment, the lBv. Thomas B. Co
way to the chair, and Vigrs. secretay.
The coanvatinos rt proceeded t) she t oiee of
a candidate for governor sad on the seoond bal
lot Mr. Warmonth was chosen, the balleot befag
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For lleu'enant governor, Mr. Dames, the a .l&
man (oolered), was nominated as the ta- ba"ot,
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For secretary of srate, . A. Borve neeved
t at nomlnation, a the thrd ballet, the seveal
votes steandlag tha:
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J. W menrd ................. 1 17 -
At 12 o'clock the conveet'oa adJoeued. to
meet again to-night to complte theo anlea
PKSNONAL.-We are glad to learn that Mr. L.C.
Whbarton, who ha been so seriously ll lately that
be has not been able to attend to his duties as
editor of the Fair Grounds Reporter, is improring
Enccns.- On Baturday last, in the meet Ielem.
ect part of the day, a man was found lylag In ]
Jackson Square, speehless and in agay. The
supposition was tht he was diseased and
from cold and ex sere. He was tken to the
police station near by, and Iai near the stem.
but istead of gettn better he becme werse,
and was taken with violent pasm. e was thea
sent to the Charity Hospital, and died on the way.
The coroner held an inquest upon the body at
the hospital, and Dr. mythib, who made the post
mortem examination, belving that the symptoms
of the mean's sicknes, as described to hi, Indi
cated that he bhad been poisoned, gave the
stomach to Mr. Laster the potbeory of the a
hospital, for analysis of Its d be fund I
that death had been eaused by eyaanMde of potas
slum, and the jury of inqsmt rnt d a verdict
that the poison had bee admistewed by the man I
himself or by someo unnkew perose.
Although this vrdlest eeves it doubifl whether I
the case was one of suicide or of homicide, ar- I
culStances have come to light which luduoe a a
conviction that the man detroyed dmsl. 1
He was s·terman, named fler, about thirty
years of ageo, shoemaker by tade and an ax
cellent workman. At the tme o is death he <
was employed s a jeuryman in a hop at the a
corner of oresn ad Madviorlero ~ Lasut
summer his wife dild ojl low fer, owhen she
wasu far advaencd in p , ad shortly after I
bhe attempted to commit suiide. He shot him
self ia the moeth Uth a pistol, bt the bll, it
stead of entering into the brain, pae ouat
through the cheek, ad in a few weeke had re. a
covered fromtbe woud. Latterly be mae mr
riag proposals to thee or four e n wonmesn. all I
of whom rejeted his suit, ad It l suppsed that
his fIlore to procare a partner, after so mrr
trials, and, prhap. strong attea est to eme
ope of the fr oes wbe refued his propeosal
brought him to t det n stato of alid i,
-Mek mg tedve . to baa e off td s ear tl
Ma. J. B. BLawsow.-The gontleman reparted
as miiang sinco Thursday lrat, in our b nday'
lssue, not Mr. J. Blawson, r., bt hisnL ew,
who was reoentlJy soperltnet t Ct
RIlroed Compan. a last sn Mr. BIywson
wore a dark cassimere salt und overoost.
2 he employde at the atatlon of the Tohonpit*
oulas street, while draggn the weil of that place
the lost gtoieman nrrve'd m
Boarna.-About a quaer to 4 o'olook A. x.
yesterdytr No.10, earomu d Ass 1
clation ad PhlUp streets, were brglarlouely e
Itered by some persoes unknoawn, und robbed of
two gold d one aver wnte6 thre gold
chins, oe poclket-bookt, oeanIsi $150, a lot of
valuable papers and two other pooket-booka, the
contasnt not known. The burls were sees by
the offOer who pursued them, but they seeeoo ded
n efRecting their scape.
Frmi-A fire broke out yesterday afternmoe
about 4 o'clock in a froame bouse ocupied by
Jacob Broeek, at the oornur of Magul ad Caos
oalvo streets, uad completely .erme the bulM
in: the er then extended to two other hNese
djoing the fires, whlieh wee also comesmd.
Two of the b ses were owned by Mr. John Bj.
bruto, ud were tinsured for ,00. The third
hse was ownaed by Mrs. Wooper, ed was i
sure for a ile amouont. The hoe of Dr. Lym,
ad)slg the be bdHisg, n damaed by
fi reendr to eehe esztest 6 0so 1rb
poe to be e week et m rinealy
Cmr xoanar.--. Gee. W. Dissper, soe
retary of the eof& aer e amhe the bow
lug report d th Ma eh e thid chit
:th e mn. a it d *IdJay
1 *she e Ui l 1
msft lmewfeve r, ein!sma eob , i earn-U ,
cl, ; Mu weos na s od, e..UnsI te
swmo 98d . m , sa,7 S,1heu o n
so ed wos, on duor O sme 5 e, y.
heo ba bul*W, mUi mmm I
air . y iba
1a*~~rr hpul~~uwil b IL~l
U. C. *Sbhi. a.e a of
wa*. m abaMhessh if "ume
a to "zl t r ul:tha
w kadThouma Jashes e" 3 a ~ me
with beg nlrnmin
oa kiut of htt
to lJ~, wrlEhrn Wl Pb the;(rO
ehthalma zels ~ao"
a.sbestos h he U. i S
hett to thelr tut
althewg s ta
leasesrd - th.ee
echug havig e. fai" J
Debebtrab wa tl
>lear, M hat amlar t
mtt thei a ..dwSiam d to
thepk wsad me w~d tay~e
charg`e wUheb' a i
artam um ehmlm e
aslLh ll e lllrltmIr
" a . c se thet belft .«oe
loe wth eK platam ter hosem -r
lew Koppe wre ted t lbe a s
tpes, s m M astr asubm nt to weko me
'a~o Thfr DtoIcs wi mL~e lemle La
ten, withia who. )I sthe esea r
chabued to aushass se *l'd.
Fasasmi Sbheamee or %;;; L O. swera .
The fuseral ohmqutuat .feO. L. Go Ueypew~.",
an old cilasse Kasmee, _dgsl.t.f g~mqN"
tEer, teak pit"g
fteLe Oam at Veshmime.e
-The ramsatol charge uth Na
t ew to
hbsalties was the
Y.8now , Y ws the
him of th foraIe.a ef-the UmewIiaj ail
hie ml 'bae h is gao -s edmy . K~a~e
icas ltaked M tipr asS aswamm asea.
his oild corned. sad coumamr.
At the appoddeihoar, aawiftbo lo . to.
clement weather, a lerge macemano ow emhad
Compamp fvwtpas mea I1Metijttlhalif i
Gasrah uaum5 Kra.5r ~ rStr
lepeltl · thehin 9p p-~ -
the eewnatt tarnap. N ag. . w
o~. tinerL was seibof-'-~
mend.. Be wa for msyream s peeber of Er.
eekf awSr ac'm r' -L
Of ehelbems& n~arrh
At. the sa . her, am ber tow New~- Ge.
Ibhmest Thi papru~ he(l aato si to ayl
es~.psbimb~to~dr sr. ofw th e r
Do wtas toslal the - oam Sttw St
3bhLs mYcr~pl winw.
thcat thb bIn t mms W m a
3. edelu, w tyol amanpsa. el
aCltheuse attrpqr 3m~
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