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VOLUME XVII. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1808 NuVMBEU 133.
F L U 1D EXT R A C T
d a IWersam Cove Mr *?*essem
V' Di~ee. eC the Vwimnvv eg e.
r passe es f*s Of am -ru Orraa*Or
Wtahr emsta inst
VALE OI IEMALE,
Trcm whatever amnu orilgiaet . mid ase auer of how
LO I TAJDIG.
D;eMss ot them orges reqxtre thn me of a DareUtc.
If ao treatuet I sebmitted to, COSNUMPTIONor
IIMAjIT way eam. Our Flk aJ leed ae supported
from them Umrees, ad tie
BEALTH AND HAPPINE98,
And tht of POSTRIIYT, deped upoGn promt uoe Iof :
HBtmboid' les tret Jn*hI.
ritLabllted pward of Rlghten TYearo-repared by
H. T. HELMBOLD,
34 BROADWAY, New York, and
10 ROUTEH TEMTH STSET, Phitldpbhi
Iold by all ruralsta.
IBLMBOLD'IS LU'D XTRACT SUCHBU Is pleasut
in ur and odor, froe from aIl I1jarloe propertie. mad
lmmdine it Its etom.
IatLtOLWB EXTRACT BUCHU gIe health and
vigorto .* frosm, and bloom to the palld cheek. Deblity
ib aoerspanled by many alarming symptoms, and if no
tremnt is submlitted to, Coenumpiton, tIzIaty or Epleptic
FoI NON-RKTENYTON or IIOO1NTINWCE of trine.
Trrition, Itflammstton or Ulceration of the Bladdr or
Kidnea, dielaes of the Proistate Glaud, **** nt the
Bladar, Caleulur O(rvrl or brick des depolts, and al
dieo, f tko Blodder, Kldmeys and Dropsicsl Swellings.
UBHKLMLBOLD' FLUID kXTKACT BUCHU.
BiAEg LBD AND DILIOATI COIITITUTIONS
of bat sexes, mse II.EIMOLD'8 EXTRaCT BUCHU. It
wil gve brisak iad emorgyic feeligs, mad eanale Ypo to
T.KR PO MORE UrPLEAPAIT AND UNSAFr
RFBPDIE8 for unpleuaiat nod dnogemro diseai4 U"
ELB.BOLI>'S hXI'ACT BUlU umd LRPSOZDJ
TI£ ULORT OF MtN ISTBTR TH-TYheref.r the
resu. cad eUhiliaied buld mediately m Helmbold '
IARBOOD AND TYOUTIFUL VIGOR are regaleed by
IBetold'l l.tract BaoL.
HATTERED rCONBTITUTIO8 BlSTORED by Holmi
bo' lnzt'lrt Blucha.
RLNu OLb'S EXTRACT DC)THU mad IMPROVID
ROML WAGM cero mcret ad de:itae diorder, to at their
stai, at little eIUpere, tittl or no chau»g l dirt. o lIoea
reme, ~ d no expo-uo II is pl.t ia tienLe aId odr,
1gaiaM to Lts Lo te, ad freom all injuroou properties.
helmetde O(beetSrVSed a u alt 5w
IS THE GREAT DIUBITIC.
Beltrh4e C ¢e.tm*ed E Mese usm.
4 THE OREAT BLOOD PUnIeIB.
t en Pml the meit asto ea b n eu e 4
F orr Dresns T~ -erw ea
THE ORESOENT' DISPATOHES.
Chages ul Cttf a ttegatls t'red-oe.
the eese* *r opra«eeelastee-A ma-COs.
traetlee Bli--Cldewases tho R .eea.
eaus s III-a-- ses D ummesai oea of
the Measure-The lepublleea -o the k**
leslve-4al of Ir,Lands Ia moult Carolltm
PrUIIe Ia to Meheat the Opoeeuses ]ill.
r-a-ThLe MeCardsi Case-Cestmes oe.
Uee5ue---Th Arsmyr-4re Wa u Rose
ecat- blvoree of Belle byd-Aetloe of the
Commirttee or Wse e"d Mosea-The At.
tCmpt ito 009 sea. *ameoek-Rnl&te
Jleeted to the nSeate from Marylad.
WA-.uit;TON, Jan. 17.-Last nigt session was
devoted to the discussion o the new bill, with
many angry colloquies.
Colonel W. . Mann, assessor of internal rev
enue at Mobile, Is here, urging changes in the
cotton regulations, whereby, it is claimed, the
annoyances connected with the use of tags will be
letened, and posibly the abolshment altogether
Mawn submitted an extended argument to the
department yesterday, detailing the annoyances
experienced by merchants and planters under the
ie preseeted a emorial from the le1ding eot
ton, dtalers of Alabama, supporting his view<.
The SeMUto oonfirmia Eabert H. (raudin United
Btates attorney for the Bnothern dstrict of Ala
No sension of the Senate today.
louse -Corniiittee on ways and means report
an anti-contraction bill, with recommendation of
non-concurrence with the Senate amendments;
leveral private bills were disposed of.
TLc vote on the reconstruction bill was post
Sponed until Monday, with selsson to-morrow for
debate only. itiscpsson upon it was then re
sumed. Brooks made a strong speech in opposi
tion. Alluding to the radical programme, he said :
"We don't intend to be ruled by any such govern
ment as that, and the processs of legislation by
which it is to be reached will be undone by the
people. Many of the opposition members are
actin in otter defiance of the expresed will of
Referrng to the Supreme Court bill, Brooks
" You may overthrow Andrew Johnson. You
may destroy the executive. You may turn whole
States into HUyties, Jamaicas and Africas; but
bhen ycu throw ycurselves against that bulwark
( f tie Constitution. your puny arms will shake
and quiver, and be blasted in the first blow you
strike against it.'"
ubltbasrd, of Connecticut, followed in bitter de
nunciation of the bill and the emnaculation of
the Supreme Court. He denounced the pr.,posed
legislation as felony against the Statec. He woud
not say Congress was iolamosa, bet this bill was
more ltan irfamous. lie predicted that sho'ld
Grant accept the law and carry itoutas proposed,
he (Grant) would break his bick before the
people-be would forfeit all the honors he had won.
bhi. bi l and ail others of like character were got
up for Africaniuing the States, and thus Repabli
ranizing them and making use of them to neutral
ize majorities against that party at the North.
The debate proceeded, the Republicans evident
ly on the defensive throughout.
The committee on freedmen reported a bi:l for
the sale of certain lands aad lots on Sea Island,
Beaufort district. South Carolina.
A petition from citizens of l.uniiiana. asking for
aid in ctnstructiug the Opelousas Railroad, wait
off, rd. Adj- urued.
The Supreme Couit was crowded to hear the
er parle McCard'e case to-day. The point which
figured was the advancement of the case on the
Howard had. on the fl,-r of the House, a con
d uliation with Eiliott, chairman of the freedmen's
Receipts of contoms for the week ending Jan
uary Ilth, $3.,30.(Oo.
Judge bharkey stated to-day, in arguing the
McCardle case, that there were several persons in
Mississippi whom the early deoision of this case
may save from hanging. ki*
REx-iGo. Flanders. of Louisiana, Is here.
There was a regular cabinet meeting Msy.
Stauton did not approach.
"lie nilltaty ammittee, in view (f the unqet.
tied state ot the Sut. HCave decided to defer ac
tion for reducing the army.
l'ersons who have conversed wIh, Grant say he
is very guarded in his language regarding the
pe rding rtconstruction bill.
The Supreme Court of New York divorced
Beile Boyr frrm her huaband to-day.
I be committee of ways and means adopted the
1.etolved, As the ense of this committee, that
$1l0,000 000 of revenue shall be considered as the
Swhole amount of revenue to be obtained from in
ternal taxes, and that the same, as far as practica
ble, he collected from, first, distilled' spirits and
fermented liquors; second, tobacco and manufac
turers of tobacco; third, stamps; fourth, special
taxes; fifth, income; sixth, dividends; seventh,
luxuries and amusements; eighth, banks and rail.
roads; ninth, legacles and successions; leaving
the least possible sum to be collected from Indos
trial pursuits, or relieving that class of interest
Mr. Huobard, of Connecticut, allading to Gar
field's bill legislating Gf n. Hancock out of his
major generalship, Past it was a circuitous trick
So oust a gallant soldier, and the connection of
the act with the idea of Improving the army would
have been, had It been proposed by any one else
than Garfield, fraudulent.
Hon. Wm. F. Hamilton has been elected to the
United States Senate from Maryland.
Feetsae-TFhe mult(. After a Iou--1'aT
Cole o5f Choure Proeprtly It Italy-The
(klmeae Ilperlallau Betea--Desraealfe
LoMONs, Jan. 17 -A viol of Greek fire was
thrown at a Fenian infurmer in Cork, but did no
Swo witnesses testified In fublin that Lennon
hi led the policeman, thus fully Identifying hi II.
The suitan is seeking to raise a loea in London
to inprove the navigation of the Danubie.
'he sales of church property in Italy are very
'Ihe Imperialists have been beaten in another
great battle in Chia by the rebels.
A destructive hurricane has passed over Tene
rife: ships were driven uhore and houses un
roofed. Damage very great.
FlOM AUGUSTA. GA.
Tase ss-.speaeg eemee Set- .- *** a.-J
sard 0r. Jvektl-T5he Allged Matld
pIstatratlto of the City Com-eli- CItisea
WMeellag-A- ether Lemer vl by eaL Moeade.
Ar-;reTl, Jan. 17-The recent correspon
dence between Gen. Meade and Gov. Jenkins
l a been published. Meade co3itders the ordsi
carce passed by theconventionto levy and collect
taxes to detray its expenses and requiring the
treaesrer of the State of Ueorgia to advance ti,-.
WtO, the same to be returned when the Ipecicl tax
is collected, as an appropriation made by law in
the sense need by the Constitution of Georgia.
whicl prescribea that no money sahll be drawn
fr< m tLe treasury except by approprlaUon made
by law. lie therelore requeets the governor to
iseuO A warrant on the treasureT for she amount
called for by the convention. He further says
that he is clearly of the optinio that the oonven
ton ia asuhorized by the reooastroction atsu to
eerireteouch legisistleg power as may be aeces
vry to enable it to discharge the dottea which said
acts iapou. Gen. Meade cites, as a preoedeoL
for the scttom of the reoeoetrnutin oonventloa,
the appropratlons made by the conatitutional
coVntion wlohb assembled in 165. Be con
cludes. by asking the co.operation of the sxzco
tive deIpartneet in the pefeormenCe of the dilW ult
and embarraauing datiaea4volving apon him.
JeL.kins. after reciting the aebetaace of Meade's
con muncration, says that after careful conadera
a tlicn, d with the clearet convlctios of duty.
he respectfully declines to comply with Meade's
reqoest; and statea hbi reasona for refoaeg, at
ome tengt. He first considers the qestio as
arising nder thb Constitution of Georgia, adopted
S1t6., and endes the Coasitate of the Ual'ed
' States, both of which be b *worn to preserve,
pro~t uM defend. No appropriation havri,
been e bye the legislature, sad the conveanto
Met ltM fed aeo t se eece with the
CantttOjm Co~ngr be cantott omply
with t i mIest;ease nt, by e -implte
l4 et e se om the treasury of Geor
W f S fj t hgents la rge powers
are byj : ease not coasider
that payments made from the Btate treasury in
pnuroance of an ordinance of the reconatrotior,
convention would be as appropriation made by
He states, In the seeona place, that there is
nothing in the reconstructon acts whioh sadd!ei
the treasury of the State with the ooet of their
novel enterprise. They provide that the conven
tion shall levy a tax for that express purpose.
And thihdly, apart from the eoaottetional prin
ctples involved, the liabilities of the State are
now pressing upon the treary, and would not
warrant him In authorialog the treuoarr to ad.
vance money to the convention.
Gen. Meade, in reply, states that he receives
Gov. JenkiLz's communeation with profond re
gret. Considers his acton an impediment to re
coastruction. Does not feel called upon to
answer hib arguments, but removes him from
office with regret. entertaining for him high per
sonal respect. Both me acting from a consci
entions sense of duty.
Aracars, Jan. 17.-The commisslon appointed
by Gen. Meade to examine into the alleged mal
administration on the part of the city connail,
have adjourned over notil Tuesday next in order
to give time for a full investliation.
After the adjournment of the convention, a
meeting of citizens was held In the Council Cham
ber,and a committee appointed to obtain evidence
suntain!ng the charges set forth in the petition
against the mayor and councilmen.
General order No. 12, dated Atlanta, January
17th, removes John T. Boms, contrulier of the
Stats of Georgia, for declining to respect ins'rae.
trons of, and failing to co-operate with the majr
general commanding. Capt. Charles Wheaton, of
the thirty-third Infantry, is ordered to Milledge
vill as eontreller.
TM*e Geerr t ee*astraeUt ia Ceavetlea.
ATLANTA, Jan. 17.-The convention adopted
with some dissenting votes a resolutlun thankiug
General Meade for the course he haa pursued ia
regard to reconstruction.
The president laid a letter before the conven
tion from a Connecticut firm engaged in the
guano importation business, stating that it
had lost an order from Savannah for
three thousand tons and could not ollect
for what had already been furnished
Georgia plantations on account of the action of
the convention in forbidding legal collections, and
protesting against such aetion a tending to de
stroy the credit of the Sooth.
Three additional sections of the bill of rights
were adoptea. The militia ote ia the usual one
abeut a well regulated militia, etc., but hab
added thereto that the General Asnembly shill
have the power to proscribe, by law. the nia
ier in which arms xhall bo borne by private
Ihree phonographic reporters have been en
iagefa, in New York, to make verbtium repjrts
of the convetion proceediage.
Recenstruettio Conveation Proeeedlegr.
JAIKR.N, , Mihs., Jan. Pi: -A resoluti in stayiug
the collection of debts nos read and laid on the
The following lie over for insertion into the
A resolution that all persone shall he entitled
to equal, civil and political rights, and no prop
(rty qualifications for eligibility for office, or the
right if sflrafe, shall ever be required by law in
A resolution to forever bar from the rights of
citizenship, and subject to the pains aid ,enil
ties of perjury, ('.; any citizen of the State who
may herearter eigage m a duel as principal or a.
A reeoltOion adopted to inquire Into the ex
pediency of exempting $10,000 worth of property
from execution. The resolution also reoommr,-nded
the adoption of such other ordinances by the
convention as in its opinion might tend to dis
courage the credit system.
A resolution adopted instructing the committees
on the various departments of the Coastiiution to
adopt the old Constitudon of the State of Msasl- I
aipp as far as suitable, making such omisasi-n,.
addtioaa and chages as the new order of things
Resclntion adopted to Inftruct the finance com
mitlee to frame an ordinance levving a tax on
property in the State, real and personal, to pay
the expenues of this body.
A resolution that none of the public monies of
this State shall ever be used for the sipport of
any sectioral school, was referred to the commin,
tee on education.
'lhe following resolution was referred to the
counmittee on the bill of rights:
" That in the public couveyances in this State
all persons shall have the same rights without
regard to race or color."
'I he finance committee reported, recommending
the passage of an ordinance directing the auditor
to issue $100,0U0 in watrai's, to pay the expenses
of the convention; said warrants to be received
by sheriffs for taxes, also hy the State treasurer,
and directing the latter officer to apply all funds
now in his ands, or which may hereafter be re
ceived to cashing said warrants. Ordered printed
and made 'he special order for Monday next.
Sundry motions to invite delegates to the Press
Convention to seats on the floor, were lost or
The convention of the Conservative Union party
resolved to tight uider the banner of the National
Democracy. Their differences were harmonizel
and an executive committee appointed. Conven
Uon adjourned. t
JAcasow. Jan. 17.-The following were referred
to appropriate committees:
Resolution to appoint special committee to in
quire into the propriety of removing the capitil
of the btate to some imore loyal and convenient
An ordinacco forbidding to levy a poll tax ex
ceeding one dollnr.
levpoluiions anthorizinu the legislature to pro
vide for repairing Mississippi river levees.
l'rontounciog grievous levyiong of a poll tax.
An ordlnance declaring, among other essential 1
qualifications for e ectors. the acceptanoe of the
icvil and political equality of adl men, and an ob
ligation never to oclunienace the secessiun of the
State from the United States.
A resolution requesting the committee on ordi- I
na;.cea to report an ordinance providing for the
abjlition of county courts and enlarging the pow. I
ers a2d j.iri»slictiun of magistrates.
The following were adopted :
A raesluti.on prviding a c m-nitteo cf five to 1
receive the nmnes of citizens in whase behalf
Conrress rhall he petitioned for the removal of 1
tteslnlion instructing cn,,mittee on schedule to
report an ordinance providirg that hereafter no
offcial bond be reqiuired of persons elected or I
appointed to office in this Rtate, but prvillimng
fine, iniprlsrroment and perpetual disfranchise
mert f, r n.alfeasance in rffi e.
The follwing was made the special order fir
oa o'dlaB,... .uii.. Inor lo poalictlon of
convetron' proceedings and ordinances in t Ies
three lepubiican papers of the State, allowing
fifty cents per square and subscribing for one I
hundred copies of each of said paoers, and
authoriz ng the auditor to issue warrants to pay
for the same on certifi ates of the secreta;y.
I'rth CareMlaa eceastrlet(oten C*veatwea,
RtLttcn. Jan. 17 'he reconstruction conven
tion to-r.ay adopted rules of order, and elected ().
W. Peek. of Wilmington. s*rgeant-at-armns.
She committee on constiatoion reported an order
for drafttng that Instrument.
Mr. Rodman, of Beanfort, offered an ordinance
providing relief for the people, which was referred
to the committee of the whole for dicus*iton.
Mr. Durham, ef Cleveland, (conMervative)
offered resolntions declaring that the peo'le of
North Carolia were aincerely desiroes to resume
their consttltutonal relations with the government
and sster 8tatUa, and acknowledges the power
of Congress t eanforce the reconstrnltioU acts
until they belie them nwise, onconsitutionsl,
uijuat, oppremtive, *et.
The Uemte ca aess zuminstewmwga 5an.
CHxALtarow,w Jan. 17.--h Sh cuenataio to.
lay Mr. Parker introduced an ordlaanoe to -etab.
•I H bomerssed taw, exnmpng property to the
amount of gs frm tervy or sesre. Bfrred
to tee Jdteiary eemmlttse.
Kfr. Br oa-i aa ordnance to elare
Iall ounttatdig o sligatimo fore the purm of
st*ves ua -e 1a. iefered to the Judiciary
Mr i. Lael IatrodBuoe a nmoantma decular
that the publie good required that all Ideas of
Sconfiscation or further disfranoehemeat be *bat
r doted. Laid on the table. The yen and nay'
being called for upon a moetl to reconsider, it
wee lost by Cl to 4, sixteen beg absenat.
Gor. Orr addrems the conrenaon by invitatio
RI IC OND, Jan. 17.-Nothing of importanoe
tranrpired to the convention to-day. They have
resolved to hold morning and afternoon sessions
BrFIraLO, N. Y., Jan. 17.-& negro has corn
menced suit here against the manager of the
opera house for ejecting him and his wife from
Nkw Yoax, Jan. 17.-A Southerner named De
Billieux. a bank clerk, fractured A. J. Pembi r
ton's rkull In a duel. Pemberton offended De
Gen. J. B. Magruder to-day took the oath of
allegiance before United States Commissioner
White, in this city.
FROX 8OUTHWET PAS.
SPorcTHWl PARS, Jan. 17-12 M.-WItd N. W.
ard fresh. Went up in tow: Schooners Mary M
bened, L. 8. revering, Wm. N. Cuasind, J. and
M. D. Scull and Abbie Goodspeed.
SArrived: steesehip Clinte. Galveston. to C. A.
Whitney & Co.-} atesamei Gladiator, Liverpool,
r to J H. Abhbridge & Decan.
f Liberty, Baltimore, via Havana, sad steamship
Ccamssla a the bar. A bart in aight bound is.
Vicesnvo. Jan. 17.-Passed down last night:
Rou:herter and Nick Longworth at 9 r. x., Launel
SHill at 2 A. M., Mary Alice at I A. u., Lee at 5 a.
S., Emerald at 6 A. X., Hodge and Lillie at 7 A. M.
Pl'.sed up: Admeb at 10 A. M., M-diie Able at 1 A.
S, Misaissippi at 5 r. m. River rising.
LoiuIVII.LE, Jan. 17.-River falling: seven feet
in the canal by the mark. Steamboat business
txtremely dull. Weather clear and quite cold.
1 L)riom , Jan. 17--oon.--onsols 92Jl393.
FanrKIhtT Jan. 17.-Bonda 73].
SLivKerlrorI.; Jan. 17-NooU.--Loitonu opns firm.
Sales 12,010 bales. tales of flie week 9S 000
bales, including 17,0,0 for export and 9O00 bales
Stock 431 000 balesincluding 111.00) bales Ame.
Srcan. Breadstufls and Irovi.ious qiiet and
LO.DON, Jan. 17-Evening.-Consols 921. Bondi
LIvilnrOOL, Jan. 17- Evening.-Cotton closed
active. aith an advance of .1. Uplan.ls 7j1.; Or
leerss 'sd. talee to -ds, reahed 20000 bales.
( I"tINSATI. Jan.17.- -'lour duil-family, $11I
$11 !-i. Vheat, $2 2 6,82 GU. Corn very dull
and nominal. Oat!, ;,ic. Provisioni dull. Ne w
SMes Pork off red at $20. Bacun--houlders, 8it..
cltar sdesr, Iljc.,clear rib, 11l. Lard fiom n 11.t'
1'lc. Sugar Cured Hams, oI. Butter firm,J35
@40. Eggs 42c.
fT. Lirsa. Jan. 17.-Flour quiet and unchanged.
SWheat very dull. $2 4ottC$2 6r. Corn easier, 903.
@t1 00. stata better, 7"(@74t. Provisions and
Lard nominally unchanged. Weather clear and
MtLBIt, Jan. 17.-Cotton market closed firm.
r Sales to-day 45410 bales. Middliog 15~tl15o.
Ileceipto 6223 bales. hale for the week 19 *i ;,
Sba!e. Expurts-Coastwise 4173 bales, foreign
11 (t5 bales. Stock on htnd 74,387 bales.
Nhw YouRI. Jan. 17.- Cotton fully 4o. higher,
atd decidedly more active. Hales today 70i)0
i taes. Uplanda 17c. Frur dull. State Si 3u0]
1 tO ;o, Southern $9 7c:(l1.5. Wheat heavy.
SCorn stealy. Oats unchanged. Provisions quiet
and steady. Laid 12jQ13jc. Groceries quiet
and steady. Turpentine 63(t~4c. Freights irm.
I., invii.L.E, Jan. 17.--ales to-day 61 hhdi.
tobacco; ligs $4 7.'iT@; medium leaf $14'41'l;
bright wrappers $35 51,. Flour $7 73j712 30 for
hupertine to fancy. Wheat $2 35@2 40. Corn
S75@(O0c. Oats 67@t68c. lard 120j. Mes pork
$21. Blicon-sloulders 94-.: clear sides 1'2j.
Iu'k nla~-ha--hou durs cp.; clear sides 11 a.
SWhitky. in bond, 2-;'.30c.
r Con:A..isrTON, Jan. 17.-Cotton improved 4.
Sal(e 12o0 bales. Middling ICtloý jc. Receipts
f 120 bales.
SAt Oi·TA, Jan. 17.--fot'on market buoyant at
full prices. Sales 11,3 bales; receipts 730 bale.
Niw POrK, Jin. 17.-Governments oloned
steady. 5 '-os of 1'i2, with coupon, 10:i , of 1R,;5
10iO , of 1-,7 I1 3; l0440 1U02i; 7-0s 104.
Mt h ty cl ed ea"y. Call loans 5(3@. Sterling
oall and unchanged. Gold reached 13'), but
closed at 13i. toucks lower hut steady.
Balance in the sob-treasury $102,,00,00.
New Yovx, Jan. 17.-Gold 134*. Five-twentios
of 1,2, with coupons, 109J.
New Youa, Jan. 17. -stocks active and strong.
G old 1341. Sterling 10J31103j. Five-twenties
of 'C2, wiih coupons. 1074.
Flour dull and drooping. Wheat dull and heavy.
Corn irm. Rye dull. Oats steady. P'ork dull.
lara doll. Cotton steady; middling uplands
16O. Freights firm.
ISTIn FAIR.-As this i the last day of the fair it
is very desirable that there should be a full at
tecdance. We hope, especially, that our busi
ness men will permit their employSr to visit the
grounds to-day-not merely for the sake of amnse
nent, but for real instruction. It i desirable that
every one bhould see fur himself, and be able to
understand, from actual inspection, the great in
provenernts which hare been made in labor avr.
itog macli!r.ery. This departmentof the fair is pe
culiarly important and interesting; and it ap
'peals to the intelligence of all who take an in
terest in the resusciation of our commerce and of
our agricultural asid manufacturing iudustry.
Gu(;RaNrT's pA. -'he local of the Mobile Times
gets ofl the following •
The mail boat is aeain in soak at this delightfui
locality, a c' torn,n occurrence at this time of
}ear, trom a peri id to whirh ocr ante be'ltam re
c.;lectiuln run not contrary. Weremember when
i njerson's Brabma " was taakiog the ingenuity
of the tribhof parodiets, John Phcnrlsi or Rutogger
I'ye got cff the tfllowing, which is as trie now
s5 it was ten years ago:
' If she »orth wind blowa doa the bay,
T** I en'I mrkle he trlp It pain.
Itel,* I *o the notvr ay, o uslida of Dannhis
Tl.end ,ad vter l,,, bar. but you are sghtaily mnl.asee it yas
I reep the e as aitl rond gai|lB"
P. 8 -Ju-t as this was in type the boat arrived,
lut we can't afford ,i -*ous It.
,oe ex-r· ...ua ud- hau at -tka have just re
caised a severe lesesoi from the hinds of General
J.1 t. C. Dovis. A perty of them were prowling
Saround the powder magaziae at night with lighte,
and were fired upon anod one of them wounded.
The Indians demanded compensation for the injit
rirs received. which Geueral Davis refuoed.
Thereupon the chiefs hoisted the red cross of 8t.
George over their village. General Davis sent
word that if the Bri'leh flg was not removed by
da light he wcu'd bominard the village, and itwas
in:medlately hauled down, and the American en
sign raised in its stead. It Waa necesary to teach
tlete savages that the " red cros flag " can, it
shietd offenders on American soil, and they know
it now, if nut bef-re.
Turl AwbAr OF rlrti (;iI>MIgstL AT Tiry 5TT
FaH -It wiil be smen by referrming to the adver.
I tiement in another column, that on (ths 14'h
iist.. amorg the awards of premiums, the Wheeler
)& W ilson's sewirg machine took the only gold
m niedal for this branch of nmanfactar. Accord
j ing to the testimotty of the special committee
Sthius premium was given to this msachie for the
r cimblaed qealities-of beenty of stiteh, economy
in sewig thread elegasse o(m del, stmpHleity of
arrsnge-nent, rapidity of moveeuat, with various
attsacments, including the buttonhole maker,
nakieg up the mum total, toin their judgat, of all
that is necessary to the erfretion of a sewing
machise. Messrs. Peak ro. are the agents of
he Whaeeler & WltA matehte, Mad have now oS
hbud a splerdid assortment at their alesroom, 11i
Canal street, whick they will sell r very low
prices for eAh. Read erefully thatir advwtle.
* The steaMshp G6. W ..UB . C Ot . r
Iba at 8 o 'loec tis mfomnfU , for Newo ar.
with the k fulow.tg Imme rtse L PtUUler.
. Oobel. br9 ,gfla. S a O ! e Hl tnt. A
1I CaspbelU, R l-re, 8t M r lle
y7 ad wt, Bohwe a. G ILeM r t.
g 3SSOui~lwqlhe^UfOA < Oirsta
* Jsral _ aiU tin nce.
BRPOWroIrAL BuVITutns.--SpeMal oaoer Pa.
core yesterday morniag arrested two preoeooas
youth*, searcely sevenen years old, oa the
charge of being pickpockets. They olai to be
The Zimmermuan broges olock will probably be
run for alter all on Sunday, at the Pair Grounds,
by the sevel fire companies already mentioned,
besides American Hook and Ladder No. 2, and
Pelcan Hook and Ladder No. 4, and possibly
A petition relating to an important proposed is
atitto on in thi city, ws presented o the Com
mon Councll, on the 16th Jane last, and by the
lower board referred to the oommittee on street
and ladioga, since which time it has never
been heard from !
Among the successful foreign exhibitors at the
fair, are the firm of Fowler & Co., of Leeds, rog
land, and B. Roeal, of Mexico. 1,
The temperature, yeterday, asshown by the
thermometer at C. Duhamela., coner Biaville
and Chartres dtreets. was as follows: At 6 A. i ,
45 degrees; at 12 x., 46; at 3 r. a., 47; at 6
r. M., 4S.
The funeral of Mr. Tardy, late an exempt mem
bet of Volunteer Fire Engine Company No. 1. was
largely attended yesterday by his late coarades.
The procession, as it passed down St. Charles
street, upon its way to the cemetery, attracted
nameroas spectatola n eite sid L te earLee.
The members of t eeempsy waoitef a eaform,
and were preceded by the headqmrters mtlitry
bed. Delegaoni frw as4 er cpatnis, ale to
ftllrtaform, accompanied the curtege.
Tea BAIaR ilREvaTrolytoW Oomwlrrv-.-The
committee appointed to investigate the charges
against Street Coruiasloner Baker and his ajnis
tants, D'Homergue and Brown, met last evening
according to adjournmentt. Mr. Joubert ia the
chair, and Mesrs. Sterry, btraight, Mary and
D. E. Mandell. City ConfroUerp (summoned o
part of tie corn:ittee) swaor-Knows nothing
about the 30th Jely, 1467, certificate, in faor of
Marne, for $2 813 75 ; the certifiatel not rtoen
per cat. eartificate. Many certilicates have been
lot besides thir e. The mayor has ben to
formed that these certificates or vouchers were in
tha bands of a person in Wakington, but has not
been able to trace tber whereabouts.
Recorder Vlenard (for the prosecution) sworn
He is the recoider ot the Forth Distroct of this
city. Bougbt a hbore from the pound of the
Fourth District. last September ; gave ki5 for the
hoise on the 23d Feptember, lW;7. Rale was made
by a man named F. J. Stokes, for the street cor
miusiner. F. Banke, keeper of the pound, has
his Lame appended to the bill of sale.
Mr. Stokes was next called to the stand, but
failed to answer to his name. The prosecution
reserved the right to call him again.
Mr. A. J. McCullor-h sworn-- ad a nontract to
farnish lamp posts under the supervision of Baker.
Has certiticates approved by him on that c.n
tract. Baker asked witness several times what
wit-tes cgjuid do for iro. Told witnens onr not
to forget him, shortly after he received money
from the city. Witness answered that he might
not. Inquired of witness once or twioe whdther
witness had received any money from the city.
Witness made no imower; it was on this oceamion
that he told witntes not to forget hin. Had a
contract trsnoferred to him by Marqaes to shell
the roads of the First and Fonrth Distriots. Mr.
MeGiian, his father-in-law, received the pay on
that contract. Witness did not attend to that
Cr(.ss examtined--Nevor paid Mr. Baker any
m.Ley ; it was not his intention to pay him any
Qu i,';en--Did Baker ever ask you for any
Ansrser--Baker asked me not to forget him.
/Qutislon-Did Baker ever ask you for any
money. dollars and cents?
Mr. btokes being called, again failed to answer.
Jcdge Walker stated to the committee that his
testimony was very important, and asked that he
be ent for forthwith.
Col. Field deprecated the idea of introduclng
the three new witnesses for the prosecution at
this stage of the proceedings.
Judge Walker explained that the committee had
decided that they should be heard, remarking at
the same time. that the prosecution labored aader
greater difficulties to bring before the eomsittee
i- nesses who wrre employed in the street com
Col. Field raid that Mr. Stokes was not in the
employ of the street commisiioner's department.
and that the prosecution was summoning wit
nespes who had been discharged from the street
co mmisioner's department.
Judge Walker retorted by sayiog that the par
ti(a di charged were as good witneames for the
prosecution as those employed at present.
The committee now adjourned to await the pro
duc(tion of Mr. Stokes who was seat for by Police
Officer Edward n bite,
I he officer having returned about three-quar.
ters of an hour afterwards, stated that he had
called at the residence of Stokes and there met
an individual residing in the same house who said
that he hai met Stokes at Kennerville the ame
evening, who was on his way to Ponthbatonl*.
The officer further stated that ne had seen the hat
and trunk of Stokes in the house.
The couirittee then adjourned until Friday eve
ning next, at half-past 5 P. K.
Goon Nrw.-We are delighted to announe the
pleasant ittelligence that the teachers in the pab
lic schools are all to be paid to-day, Saturday,
between the hours of ten and three o'clock.
FiLk' DISTRICT COURT -Judge Howe -Jan. 17.
Albert Gay. enlored, alias Dave, accused of in
flicttng a wound, les than mayhem, with a razor,
on Alla Bemmes, colored, was tried and foand
Jhn Williams, colored, tried for stealing twelve
h.xts of chewing tobacco, the property of Buth
erlin, Callaway & Co., on the 22d December last,
was found guilty, with a recomrmeodation to
mercy. The tobacco was at the depot of the
Pontchartrain Rlailroad, and the prisoner, who was
a drayman, upon representing to a clerk at the
depot that he hil beren sent by auiherlin., allo
way & (o. to haul the lot. he was allowed to take
it, L.d whatever disposition was made of the pro
perty, it hba not since been fonod. He was not I
employed by the firm at that or any other time.
isii statement was that he hbad been hired by a
person who represented himself to be a member
of the firm, to haul the tobacco, and that he de
livered it on the levee according to the directions
of the person. The probability it that the recan
trendsilon to merry was based on the snppolitlon
'tist this statement might haive some truth
E. Wellington, informed against for breaking
into the dwetlrng of Ernest H. Samono, ani steal
ingont of it srnle gpas xturer and other articles,
was arraicced aird pleaded guilty of larceny.
Louis Blois was convicted of an asault on
Charles Dupre stlis Stone House Jack. pleaded
guilty to an information charging him with steal
ina PSti'i!e6W in8 pl A '1^a". A .W!u1t.'' ""
Augoet Onie, colored, was found galty of
assault and battery on Mary Brown, colored.
Jacob Sherman alias ihomipson, colred, was
tried on the charge of entering the dwelling of M.
Weishelter, on the night of the 2tet Beptember
last, and stealing therefrom a gold watch worth
one humdred doelera, and the suma of one thoasand
dollars in money, a pistol and some clothing, and
was found guilty of larceny.
/ RECOIISR NIVILLE'S CocBT.-Prank Neville
and Dan Morphy, arrested by speoial OfBfer 'a
cors as dangerous and auspIcious characters, were
atct to the Workhoouse for six months.
Mrs. Mary King, No. 166 (Graier sreet, has e
tered en saffldavrt galnstJohn Frraier, colored, is
which she charges hiu with ieloaiuorly enteriag
Lhr premixses on Thursday nicht. with intent to
steal. Case fixed for the 25th and bo0ds $(00.
Sarsh Miorte and Lizzie Johns ,n, two colored
tl.iLes, were sent to the Parish Prion for thirty
Ned Murphy stands e~srgel, by Mr. P. Labate,
with fo citly taking a brata chain of the value
oft t 50, from the person of deponent. Case
Sand for the 25th. Bonda $260.
1 hes. Flynn, charged with stealling a neat from
the bat rack in the ladies' offce at the Cil toel ;
J m Wilson, chasged by Isaac Kowatky, with
'**allrg his sack coat and billa and notes for five
hundred dena, iadJeo. A Thedore. the lodi
vidual sersed of snalatlg and woendlng Joba
Wetah. 0e board lie BMessee ship Auraits., wue
all vent for trial before the First District ourt.
Virgilia Aybay. aerreted under MaspitesM elr
eometanes, wars ed $*i sad nrequied to fI s
venchar for his ge4 behavior.
Mollie Kelly wau aed $24 for beh a awrd
Alphoan Dasde, colored, chra with ateal
leg two vass, was mt to the WrhL a for aix
m*ntbh, sad John Thom, colored, wa seat to
the Parish Prison for tia a pirr rhoesa.
Besam on Gaum i's OCere..O*a Huewn
appenad benor the weader this moniag to
auer a inhr prsref dh i B. ZBny. thg ooa
th ib of the 8th Jauary, t the corcar of
Blvt and Trame t raeswith intent to kill,
fred a Pi M fd IM tso i womuded him over
the eye. The ooew who had the subpcena to
serve ea Lay reported that be had been unable
to Sad Mln, d the M rdw disaled the case.
John Gallagher, having bIee eamined on a
charle of procuring fear hogaheads of sgar
frm sa ordte purportgl to have been ned
by r. William Bolad, wee ant before Ieir
DiNfett Coors for trial
L J. J. ibet was also eat befre hat tribual to
be tried on a chage of forgery. so ye ago
the accee eed assed a note, drawn by a f a
idorsed by Joseph Dehat, to Germad a Oa. in
payment of a bill of goods. Ribet faled to pay
the note when it betam dee. ad Dafant, as ln
dorser, had to take it up. The complaint is that
Dufant wrote Ribet a letter, as the subject of his
ladebedaeee, and Ribae, neatla bmsagif of a coa
siderable usace between tht leftln of the loser
and the signature of Bibet, wrote above the sign
lure, an acknowledgment that. ree hundred and
tweety-fve dollarn had been reolved from RIbet.
on aecenat, and tere od se mrh of the letter heet.
The alleged forgery omalats in the interpolatlen.
and not in the signtare, which is admitted to be
UKT -- r^-
TTIfaU FaOa f PALUas.
merw Corpondms at the New Orielms Creet
Pa-. s .ee. M. 9m.
The revolution of the Italla govereisat,
anetleoed by a t df *t parliament, to oes
pend the payment of the pontifical debt, has
made a great snation at Paris, especially in
governmental circles. This l a direct reply to
the pretation of Pranee to oonseder the canven
tion of Septmber as being still n vigor, despite
the vete which have Just been aeoomplished at
the gates of Bome-despite the presence of
French troope at Oivita VeceMh-despite the
declamations of Mr. BReaer, disptig the rights
of Italy to her natural apital, and etablbhilng
that this policy has been, and wll always be, tht
of the cabinet of the Tuilerla.
The Uraritdi JomjreI, the Xaviameto of
Genoa, repee to t Italian resident of the
cooll of miniJter as follow: " '* arthaldian
is dead,' said Menabres in the sittin of the lITt
in.t. That assertion, made by the prime mioleter
of the kingdom of Ital, is not only a great false
hood, but a very gross lnsult. Garibaldi Is not an
idol to us, because ubh things are worshiped or
destroyed according to the caprice of the mave
ment, while reasoning men do not reoognise
The Paris tribunal of correotional police hab
been egaged for several days on the trial of
twelve men on the charge of exciting to hatred
and contempt of the emperor's goveroment, and
of forming part of a secret soclety. The names
of the accused were as follows; Acollas, aged 41,
profeesor of law; Naquet, 33, professor of medi
cine; Hiyot 24,shop-man; Las, 46,friage maker;
Verlirre, 26 man of letters; houtian, 34, house
painter; Godichet. 23, teacher of Latin; Adel, 35,
copper founder; Meile, 25, carpenter. The three
others, Gorsnd, copper foander; Geaoatl4l, iron
founder, and Herrman, carpenter, have not yet
been arreeted, sad were tried by defil. The
police having been informed daring the mouth of
November that seditious proclamations had bees
received for distribution, and that a portion had
already been put into otrolatlon, exercised a
special vigilsoe on different persone, aed made
domiciliary visits, which led to the discovery of a
number of important letters aed papers. Among
Ibe number were four different proclamations,
three printed and one in manuscript, different it
forms and style, but resembling each other in the
cbaraoter of the language used. One of them
"The unpunished usurper of your rights. Bose
parte-the man of crime-wants to make you his
tools for the oppression of your neighbors French
men, will you allow itl Yeetsrda the
turpitude, to day theRomanapproSl amI t lt
becile politician allows himself to be doped by
Bismarck, and converts our glorious soldiern nto
papal ptres. Is the cap of shame not bemfhl?
bhall we give up to this shallow adventurer nad
his bahd out conscienee, our honor, our ivrs?
rance is being rined, indusAr is affected. work
hbops closing, lock outs san-itrkes on the In
crease, starvation at our doors I We have before
as dishaser and death sader this man's yoke, or
the vindication of our right to control our des
tinies. Citizens, ari e!"
As these proclamstions were distributed by
poet, the police were pot on the track. At the
rt idence of Choetian was found the statotes of a
eptret society. entitled the " Commune JI.colj
tionaire des Oucriers FranCais, consisting of
twenty-five articles, and bearing date the 1th
Feptember, 1867. This manocript was signed
with the npmes Choutlan. (Gdichet.Genovill6,
Gorand, MeHe, Adel, and Herrman. The whole
of the accused were found gulity sad condemned
from one te three years. Is it true, asks the Union,
that for the next elections to the legislative body
Mr. Garnler Pages has resigned his candidateahip
to Mr. Dree, a member of his own family? This
rumor will revive the recollections of the procla
mation of Mr. Miohelet, recommending his son- n
law, Mr. Dumeril, to the electors. thirty year ago.
" Electors," wrote the author of the Insect, "my
son-in-law has given himself to France ." Thi
inost singular point was, that the country would
not ascept, for any price, Mr. Domeril, so gener
ously offered. " Tout eMt rompu mon gesidre,"
Mr. Michelet might have said. quoting the well
known sayeig in the farce of the " Chapeau de
A letter from Cherbourg etates tha the amor
plated division of the Atlantic.under the command
of Admiral de Dompterre d'Horny, Is now comn
plete, being eoupoeed of the cresd frigate
Savole, bearing the admiral's lag; the iPiadre
the Gulenne and the Gauloise. The armor-platod
ram Rochambeau is eventully to be added to the
others, railing the total number of the squadroa
THA OPant-The gorgeoiu epera of "The
Jeweess," by Balevy, will be ag tonlght at the
Opera Horne, by.LambaiS, uacheW lU, Peot, De
onanl, Lehevelier, man Hlen and other artiste
uf the company of the Opera HRoae. "Bigo
letto," " Lee Dragons de Vlutrs" and " La Belle
Pe'-ne" are in active rebearsal. "La Belle
H6;ene" is by the author of " TheGrand Dacebe
of (erelatein." which ill alseo aoon be repre
sented as orignsay perform4d l Paris, sad in
the usual grand style of the Opera Konee. Os
lunday "La Dame Blanche" and the brillaat
comedy of " Le Femmee Terribles."
bT. Oans·LIs.-A severe cold abd bhele(
priventtd Mr. Forrest from entertaaina the
audience last evening with his famous pernona
lion of Jack Cade. But his talented auxiliary,
Barton Hill, eame bheaomely to the reewe, sd,
aa was asnoonced la the ervaing papers, sp
reared in " The Coraiaea Brothers."assami the
double character of Facian and Loui., supuorted
ably by Mr. Btevnea as Chalro Renatl, sad
Miss Sylester u le de Leporre. The dae
marked by the display of go e skill and a
thorough knowledge of the sawrd manual. The
performances so sddenly Improtvied, sad e
creditably enacted, sonetaded w thteeomedlteMa,
' The Debetante," Mr. Baker appeariag with
his wonted homer ina the re of Adtch Tlabs
)qfard. The audeance waa not so large a re
could have wished in viewing the merits of the
entertaloment. Mr. Forrest wiH aot appear agats
ntail Monday evreieg, hew " Jeek Cade " will
be preseated. To-sight Mr. P. I. Perse, a faith
fIl and always welcome member of the stock
company, will takd~ beseLt. Te pieces eeleted
are the " Colleen Baws," and" Th Datobhee il
DIffleay." Menagar maker *w uper in the
former no hie speolailty--Jl iNa 'oppaleo.
VAlilrvs.-To-day as the ae,l Sat ardap
matinee the "Gread Deobhe of Geroistuen,"
whichhad an ofme week previus to Mr.
Booth's ensageIent, wfll be terived, with its rfoh
creeery and cotumes, and Mhb Mrs. Somerset a
the Grand DucftM. T heer her esnl "rhe
Bahre of My Pa'' s a+ltdetowlmt Induoemnt
to attend. To-night tem-emrrw eifbs "lip
Via Wliekle" wilt be repeted, sad as Moiway
evening Mr. Jefersos appears a Ouar Amriaoea
AcarXX of Mrsc.--The l Matie for
ladiees and d r q t t give te-dae at nL ,
and will emod aMr aMe by I dpa.
Les. Kate Woi.tewart. Misa St. Clr. mw
Blodgood, Deahdalg aM Ul . IaatLdjr»
i ng R aenatloa is aaa1oed fb i tedW -
nothing more or eee than" a buarleeqea tIted the
."Backad T-I O~ott" wri h Jbo. .
n DiTae4e. P1.. snd eeiom1, x» W Mid, toeey
a *1 95O MB @--* yl--* 9
poblis in t iodty wedl pele, i tenere,
- we eaesalr ,p6s eeeabutag hoase.
, rmemrr Cr' InC-- a T ous.,h ue*..
, th aa met , thewmed ether oieast
tt eemimalt, siwMn b leatral e.cem -ntly
an e l MYis l et se f itlainS
I meat. It tisleel r e,,i at. AInae
S' Hotid iea d it a 9 A.. to10r. a.