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THE NEW EAESOI
VOLUME IVII. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1868
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WAhvaroy , JaSSn, .-Bues.-The deelaey tl
bll was resumed. Mayard of Teasese, pro a
that the atter of .adoaesy b. left to the a
Sof membere. tSteveas objtd. Sald that b
was the old rale uder wl members made p
tatoery cover peataloos sad shirt. ose pro a
posed an amendment suspending payment of a
members while travelig i Europe. The bill
Re .oioftus. fromn MisssippL pny for the re
seas, were preseted.
Blaine itroduced a bill tuaxig shres In as- r
The postmee committee we re disetd to i.a
qits iats the eapedeyef aet lrlag te Ibek
Scommitt on education an later we
directed to Inquire lnto the expdleany of Iro
vidinga ge neral system of eduoalon in b m
edooting every child between the ages .r Ave
ml twny years
A bill f._aiti leads lratd to the rebel m
Btates for anirod purpo as n rer med. Der
lag the disonalon an e Jsaile sL a
coward. The eeruled Mtat the weeord as
oprua.te r. rebe read: " * .
taay not, if he is one." J resrted that
Chadmer could test his eowardie say Urtime.
Chaner replied : " Ver well, sir; I will take
an early opportarlty a deolg so." Bl went
The death of Thomas E. Nooll belr an
nounced, after appropriatenpmeedis the House
Seate.-The reconstretion bill was read once.
Doolittle objected to the second reading, and it
went over under the roles.
The conference committee reported an sail. t
contractios bill, which was adopted and goes to o
the presidet. b
An amendment to the cotton tax bill, admit.
ting foreign cotton duty free, was reaffirmed by at
the Senate by 25 to 18. The committee will prob
ably agree to diesgree, and the bill will fall.
The Maryland Union League petititions for the
extension of the reconstruction acts over Mary- d
Senator Thomas's ca was resumed, when the
death of Mr. Noell being announced, the Senate,
in honor of him, adjourned.
The secretary of the anavy has seat onagress
amended estimates, reducing the naval expendl.
tore twenty two milions.
In connection with Grant's reported oppostlon se
to the new reconstruction aot, it is regarded ig.
nificast that Washburn, of Illinoie, though In his
seat, did not vote for or against the bill.
The case reported below Is from Louisiana:
Armstrong worked his foundry in New Orleans Ti
while Lovell commanded, making shot and shell re
for the Confederates. When New Orleans was
captured Armstrong took the oath and continued
working his faetory, which was afterwards seied
and condemned. Armstrong's pardon is dated Ia
March. This ease now before the upreme Court
is very mook contested.
PFirst-The attorney general moved to disamiss
the appeal, Insistlr that the ease should le here
aM writ of error. In ttl he wasovermled.
BSeoad-Armetoog moved to file a pei of par t
doe, which the attorney general reed. Leave t
w givesn fter agmeat to file the plea, so that
case wil now be hard on the erits, and Yi
come up next week. The attorney genera th
represents the United States, and the Hon. e
Bamphrey Marshall, of Kentucky, appears for
The case considered a leading one, which P
muanst decide the ponts, first, whether a seizure
and capture are the same; second. whether pro- re
perty lible to capture and prism embraces land of
eld by private title; third, whether property Jn
tainted by the guilty consent of the owner is re of
lieved by his pardo after coendemation and be
fore ale; fourth, whether the citizen shut up in a
place oceupied by Cotfederate arms can be
responible the United 8tatea for a breeok of
muanirpal law ader ommaad of the miltary
foree of the Confederates , w h N g whear e
Coastlttie ae with Its i eses u. RI,
him when the United Stats recove the erty.
The pest oee have matured arreagenets not
e-ular malls from Baltimoroe by Havana sad K W
West to New Orleans and back. The steamr.
Liberty leaves New Orleans to-day snd the Cobas
will leave Baltimore to-morrow.
A contract has also been made to convey malls
from New Orleans by Pensacol, St. Marks, Cedar
Keys, Tampa and Port Jefferson, Dry Tortugas,
to ey West and beck, twice a month.
IRON TALLAXAUsI, ILA,
The eemsearueasses Cenvemaale. me
TALLAAS.53, Jan. 21.-Ia eatvention, resel- .
tions presentllg lh o of ce for members sad
officers posesd fro
esmnloes pasrd to tolerh Ge. Mead, in
sfrming him that the onveatio was ready to re- an
eel an eom aioat beo had to make. Also,
to Col. rue, cemmeandng distrlet t Plorias, 30:
Inviting hlm to a seat in the convention. A
The report of the committe on orgaisaties net
relative to election of clerks and messengers. Y
passed, authorizing the president to appoint such ste
a number of each as was neceseary. Ro
The rules of the House of Representatives, with
all ht alterations. were adopted. boi
Governor Walker and the State olces were in. of
vited to seate.
The committees on finance, relief and printing
As ordinaneo for the relief of the people-pre
ventnlag the sale of oany property unader erxecution
and the collection of taxes, and ordering all per- by
saons now imprisoned for non-payment of taes, mil
r. B. brsty, secretary, resigned, nd B. Co- 01
vant, white, was elected In his place.
flOX[ ATLANA o.
ALArrA, JIan. 22.-The time of the convention
was largely taken up Ia the disuisson of alleged
misrepresetations by reporters of the press and
a committee of five wu appointed to inrvelste
each chars. I
Another committee was appointebd to ascertin alo
if one cf the delegtes had ever baen ina the pgua.
Thre additlaal seotlees of the bil of rights I
were adopted-easntially as la the old Cast e
A dall ws insed to-day by the radial Btate PO
commttee for a convention at this point, on the
19th of February next, to reansact seek busises
as may be brought befor It-nelsatias of rat
governor, 8tatr tlckeA it_Ar eeleiaon which Up
riaeao o te anew CoeLitiuao
IRON JACKPOI, MIM.
nThe ssapa leneasletne~st enVs est5e. 139.
J-cKror, Jan. 22.-Coarvationea-Rele easupend- !l.
.1 to receive repolts. Special ad standing om- 6.
mittees report requestp l the general command- C
irg to suspend the collection of taxes for e7 oa Me
all persoa not allowed repreestation, was re- C
The commattee en merll to Ceagnese to cot
vacate all State fe, made a ralty report,
reeirg that the loyal el of Es p re. lea
quire the immoediat nf C agn es to remove Fle
obstructions impeding the action of ther repr Co
setatives li n convention assembd t theStae tra
goverament le administered byrets, nlot insae Oi
merely, butin heart, bead ad polly-lalse at
all respects rave open hotility; tat the great On
mesna of the 8outhers people aiest absinte ad
nsad unamiastakable hoatlt to recontnoi; that
fabhful Unionap ad hoyai te met pe- cal
esaiptica withal dedance and srfaltertag dro. ot
tito the oeentry, Ilberty and Ulo, sad noew I
this rebel sentiment bhs uainatstd on the eer 1t
of tris eonventle by a member i a report to 16
this bcdyzaverrlng that s emavantea was an
anautborised sumembly, ealled be au easn a . strt
tosl law t onre end has, r r , e Ie- a
g~~ al Uo-~r thr e State E
or Miippi neonpllb obediahe to its Eh
edinance. The offieelluekrssleg 360A
vieaela govrnmnt of the ae, aid (I
ters of ece have expired, bat w e hae bees
ceathee in effe by the feshesasaseol OaG
do inlaaman. bevel ed. and 61d
ast e a i prent the rtho i
their actlsa er se.aR gapeaty in 67t
of auee m . Wegip S ,in tb name de
sad In bebLf % t. l e1 eubdt L
in te nam . l1 i i
orablo bedim to as th&i omenlteb·io do
elare the eiv" ees of te S e "vaaent, ad a to
M .them amp by the eat trew sed
loyal me w n we ea e greatly add to
temeetes et w con g li a et rowseee
A minedty kag the assn em legeMn sepeoted
ey that a Cagrue had coafided State afirs to the
.* military cemmader of the di trt, and.as the bll
he ow pe g before Celrege will all probe
at bilitu sn p , g e. Grant anpervcg
io power e -ll Mi y dabletsi, I m
o. a mere sl oteiest guvereat in this -
be deato v ieteees ,lioo
S sm s _Me _t th_ s, mal al these
s or we tetl ter e d bem i he h
a Z ttemm iIm e Ceagre nthe sebjoct.
e atons s tab. etlher reper
- he Nei h l ei as me U seruemem a e
, BRaram, Jm. t.- eaIsseon . -The day 6w !
e p os fIJn per dima, travellng expense, Oe., I 1
n- The o aeth ear es ese.eUea CJm.
s CALEstoxIt, J3a. 2.-The caovention to-day
Sadopted a remsolti requeming General Osaby to i
susmpend sales of property nder execution for
three moethb. Also ivitlag one of the solicitore
of the State to aid the eavention in preparing
The proppldes to abolish district courts of
the Stat wuas voed down, on the ground that,
auder th rweeeirectle setse the duty of the con
vention is saply to form a Constitution.
The temper of the convention as a body is mo
derate; espeially i this the em e among the an- I
The bill of rights submitted to-day I very con- 4
Loxnox, Jan. 22.-The report that Pruia, we I
sending troops to the southern froetler is oMolafly
Lodnow. Jan. 22.-A general discussiome goi
on in the English Journals on the Alabama claims.
Lord Hobort has written two able letters in the
STimes uestaining the American view, whioh are
11 replied to by Historicue and by Times editorials c
d in a cociliatory enrit.
George Francis Troin has been released.
I Advice heom China report teo dell.
HAvxNA, Jan. 21.-The mail steamer arrived
Sto-day from Vera Crns. An expedition, two e
e ihomsand strong, commanded by Gen. Alantorre, I
we expected to Neave Vera Crus on the 10th for t
Yucatan, to unite with one thousand loyal mn t
dthere and march on the ImperWists. The Mexl
oan government is sparing neither men nor money
Sto sbdue the rehelaon. At ainst ecounts affair d
were becoming more quiet. The supposed ap t
proach of the expedition was having a d
effect It is preemed that the object o the t
revolution was to change the fundamental laws
i of the republic, and the destrust of President
Juares was the principal cause of the disloyalty
of the Yacatana.
aVim X rIwL
f VzcxInrao, Jan. 22.-Pammed up last night: a
f Palmer o e, sad the awrallow at11 r. x. Passed b
dews t W. Cha" a/ s .. m., Peery as 12 A. a
River risng. t.
Cisclinxr, Jan. 22.- BlRver fallen nine inches; a
now eleven feet seven inches in the channel. it
r Weather elear. Thermometer 22.
r LoresVILLn, Jan. 22.-Arrived-steamer Dexter.
from New Orleans. River falling slowly; re feet
six inches in the canal by the mark. Weather
cloudy ad wet.
flO1 UVUTRWT FPA
Bocrmwmr PArs, Jan 22-12 x.-Barometer a
30:40. Wind N. E. strong.
Arrived- Steamship Hewes, Lewis, master, with C
merchandise and passengers to C. A. A. W;ttey P
Schooner Joshua, Krogdon, Newcomb, master, a
from Bosteo. p
Bailed: Steamships Reindeer and Kensington, I
and ship LJsbon. o
SBoocnwsar Pxss, Jan. 22-4 P. x.-Baremeter
30:40; wind northeast strong. Arrivedhip h
Lorenzo, from New York, to G. A. Fosdick; R
schooner A. Dennis, Johns, master, from New X
York, general cargo, to G. A. PoFdick. Balled- *,
Iteamship Cortes, ship Theobold, barks Moss c]
Rose and Espanola, and schooner Maggie McNeill.
The schooner L. G. King, from Pensacola,
bound for St. Mary's Texas, put in here with loss
of sails and part of her deck load.
ArorasTi, Jan. 21.-The commIslon appointed
by Gen. Meade to examine into alleged mald- a
ministration on the part of the City Counaeil, re- a
celived today afidavits from psetitioners, bhut A
nothing conclusive w : done. o
BAVANI4a , Jan. 21.-The News and Herald has sa
an account oe the drowninog of J. Finley, a native tt
of Bcotland, and Mias V. McRne, by the upsetting oi
of a boat i which they were crossing the Ocouun p
river, near Mont Veens. The parties were well ti
known throughout the State. T
Loeow. Jan. 12--Noon.--Cosols 923@92". C
PAsc. Jan. 22.-Boa re firmer. Rentes hllgher. '
Faanronr, Jan. l22.-Bonds 76. fr
LrsarooL, Jan. 22-Nooe.-Cottou doll sad
easier. alm estimated at 10,000 ·ales. Quota. f
tions uchanged. Breadstff quiet. New mess i
pork 73s. 6d. hi
LonxooN, Jan. 22-Aflternooun.-Boands 71@71l. Ic
LlrvsPooL, Jan. 22-EVENINs.-C-otto steady, th
ra·ter nore doing. Bales will reach 12,000 bales.
Upleand 7@7Id., Orleas 7@9d. New Mess e
Pork 74s. be
,e.i --tL '-- ... .
LIaVnrooL, Ja. v22, E lag.--Cottoe easer;
uplands 7id. on the spot, and 7Id. to arrive. l@
Bredsto airm. Othernc d
Nzw Tons, Jan. 22.-Stoeks actiuve. Gold
139tj. Momey eisler-call leoans . Bterlinog be@
i. Old bonds 110). Virgial 6's 40. Tennessee P
6' G6(. Floor and wheat steady.
Corn a shae irme. Rye dull. Oats plenty. hi
Mee pork dll, 211. Lard 12@131a.
Cotton steady, middlinar 17e. Freight quiet
and Irm. Turpentine 5@Uie. Bose quiet, r
commson le. st
NRw Yons, Jan. l22.-Cott maurket firm but d
less uactive; ae 2800 belm aiddliag, 17@174e.
Flor uneheanod. Wheat quiet nd unechanged.
Corn closed dull and deil/n; ew mlxed Weiest.
trn $1 3101 32. While outhr, $1 S$@l 31.
Oats S51@86c. Ms Pork havy mmd declinig C;
new 821 2, old 80 5. Lard rm, Itgl*o. cc
OGrooer arm and stedy. N l oAar quiet
and unech oesgd. prhe Arm-Oetloe tel-led. *
Jaw Yaos. Jan. 22.-Mosy exceedingly eas ;
cal ler W ! e~.a; warr 63l Om al
act m edsmel. ub- tresry balance
$1*4,500.00I. 56. of 1eu with coepons 1o; of th
10,5, 10tj; 186,1381. 10-o40's 3. 7TJ0'e o
N ' Yesm, 3,. tL...e-,,r Uem , closed
strm;as5 a 3rk11 _o mepem uOI. Bser.l
S lvIlll, rs. Jon L--i em lt ad 4111 us
i dila 1o. Sales 500 balme. Reeelp i
s da S els gpe ge.ga grreiet h e. I
, 1 ird higher,o l. . ;tr a shade lower,
at ssemi dbiCle as.
P, ha. m3a . sen e be. I
U- Iotua, es. US.-Toases n mb d. . fl
a . te. Fle m- e. ,s .r-. es so
I ored aond Wiand foer. Wa . very aM.
I de-W, Oas. T, er , S as . Iht.1Mo. Mas.
m oet. s . n uue,--b. 3. r, sb.; ees at fells
IPork, .37 Mom--d ads, lie.; clear side,
1 Balk Mats- alders, )o.; clear sides,
U J. Whisy In be", 8. .
- BarZTOntu . BnnVra.-The air for the
baeit of the Oita Methodht Episcopal churc
was wed attended Theeday, and will coatlne I
Another ma n w led up drunk ou the trets
last night that hdyv hundred dolars on his a
The trial of a police aoie last eveaning before
aS the Police Board, elicited that a beat on which t
called a dead bre.
o tafit frum thein olle force
Cart or til, sa wrald probably be st to
" Ianeirn de to thelle
Board 4ht polIredus fallg a to attenod rm
shal he hblely repnmamded fK the ifirs ase, d
and diaem d for the seocad.
The controller commdlated to the am heard
that the police rolls should herefter be set to
the finace eommittee, before beng seat to him.
y Mr. J. L Blawsoa, Jr., reported halag mys.
to terloeuly disappaed. a few days ago, ha s ince
r written a letter from Clneolnati to his wife in thie
g evet Lieutenant Colonel W. G. Mitchell. eso.
retary of civil .Hairs, left this oity yesterday for
at Washington to obtain an extension of his twenty
t, days' leave of absence. Captain Robert Chadlae,
1" aesistant secretary of civil afairs, will ll the t
vacancy caused by the absence of Col. MitchelL I
. The temperature, yesterday as shown by the
- thermometer at C. Duhamel a, corner Bieville a
and Chartres streets, was as follows: At 6 A. K., 0
as 41 degrees; at 12 ., 48; at 3 . x., 652; at 6 I
r. U., 51.
"Check, sir?" said an urchin outside the G
Academy last evening, anxious to see Dick Parker v
and the Clinetope. and addressing a burly loosing
beef eater who had come ouat between acts to get n
his toddy. "An Igi' ye a shook, how'll I ge in I
s mesel? replied the thirsty one In a strong so- b
cent. Iagges le of the south of Wales. The
g urchin gottrightened and tied preoipitately. c
* The liberal ground taken in opposition to dis
Sfranchisement by Mr. Bertonean. a colored delie
' gate to the convention, will be read in our report
is of the proceedings of that body publisbhed else- b
where. He believes that there should be no dis
The Supreme Court hen dismissed a rule taken
upon the clerk of the court, for execution, in the
case of Recorder Onatinel, who, by a deomlon of c
the court on Monday, arming the judgment of I
the Sixth District Court, which pronounced Mr.
d Gastinel ineligible at the time of his election, be.
o cause of his want his want of the age required by law. o0
p, The role was dismissed for the reason that execa- ti
Stion is not due until six days after the decision of d
a the court has been rendered. si
Tae FAln AT MASONIC HALL.-The fair at Mt.
sonic Ball, for the benefit of the Gretna Metho- c
dist Chureh, will be continued tonight. We hope t
that there will be a full attendance. We would
direct the attention of visitors especially to the
table of Mrs. Keener, where they will receive
t hospitable entertainment, and the Gretna table,
which oftrs similar attractions.
Fin.-A ire broke out last night, about 7
o'clock, in a cottage on Willow street. be.
tween Clio and Erato streets, owned by Mr. Kan.
nan. The house was entirely consumed and an tl
adjoining building slightly damaged. Mr. Kan al
nan was insoured for 1100. The fire was oesed
ba qoib oi laImp explodn Thes sate MM
.re beomg so frequent, tha we do not heitate
to say that some steps should be taken by the H
authorities to prevent them, since people persist p
. in using explo.ive oils, many of which are s ild
with the guarantee that they possess nun-cplo.
sive qualities. ci
r MAsoNIc PRzSENTATIOw.-A very plensantafair w
took place last evening within the asylum of Or
leans Commandery No. 3, Knights Templar. The at
Sir Knights of this commandery had procured a
magnificent and very costly lasteminent-com- gi
mander's jewel, manufactured by Zimmerman,
r which was presented in a very happy address by in
W. C. Driver, eminent commander of Orleans Ia
b Commandery, to Past-Eminent-Commander Jos. to
p P. Hornor. Sir Knight Driver's remarks referred
in a very feeling manner to the recipient's otirlng re
and successful services is behalf of Masonry, and a
particularly Templar Masonry, in Louisiana. Sir
Knight Hurnor responded to this to him wholly w
unexpected address with much emotion, and elo- fo
r quently expressed hi devotion to the order and th
his warm fraternal ad p Irsonal ruegard for the be
Sir Knights of Orleans Commaudry. The Sir a
r Knights present enjoyed his surprise heartily, sad c
evidently regarded the occesaon as a delightful be
episode in their labors. th
BOARD OF POLICE CowMI tSTonaS-Regular M
,Si'lion- Wedinesjay, Jan. 22. R168.-Present: to
Mr. Shelley in the chair, and Messrs. McCarthy,
Courcelles, Lausse and Earhart.
The following cases were disposed of:
Policeman J. A. Gallagher, No. 193, tried on a tr
charge of sitting down on his beat, was suspended c
two days. St
1 Policeman J. Southerland. No. 186, and Police- th
man James MbcKenans, No. 196, were arraigned on
- a charge of forcibly entering the premises of Julia
I Arbuckle. No. 271 Magazide street, on the nglht t,
of the 22d December, McKennarepresenting him- w
Sself as sergeant of the Pacanier 8tation, commit. et
ttug oan assault with intent to commit an outnrate o
Sonthe person of one Mary Wilson Bootherland, b
plead that he had been tried for the oienus before wi
Sthe recorder and dismissed from the aceusation.
The board decided that he must be tried for unom. wi
cer.ltre conduct nla forcibly enterlng the premises th
alluded to above. Boorherland was suspended er
for thirty days, to date from his arrest,and wi
MKenna, who is now before the First DistMrict
Court, was dismissed from the force.
Policeman J. O'Connor, charged with sitting an
down and belgasleep on his beat, was ampedea dr
fr m the force for ive days. ml
John Galnor, police ofcer, Mo.-, charged with
falling to convey to the station a prisonr cons- i
fided to bhis charge, and also of striking tad tie
knocking down the prisoner with his club and tel
leaving him in that condition, was dismissed from tk
the police fores. no
Denry Jones,. of the Becond District police, a
charged with sitting down and being as:eep on his I
brat. wasu auended - .v --,.tn..
bet, was suspeed for tea dup. p"
Polieeman F. Ward. No. ~8, charged with
leaving his bent ad entering a house of Ill-fame, t
was aspended for Iftueen th
Officer John Wion., ehrged With Ihvit his o
beat to go to a ball-room on Graver street. Case
postooned until neat meetingl ha
James Quinoo, policeman No. 1r26, for leaving tb
hbles beat witthut athority, and abseating his Ifrt
anso hour, was suspended for ffteen days.
Pohe man E. Poyo. Second District, charged t
with absentiang bhimself from his best em Royal
street, was suspended from his beat for fifteen
diliceman J. Keensey, Third Distriot police,
fud lylha down and sep on hkh beat, was e
suspended for fiften dayr.
Policeman J. Wilson, Four.b District polie, ct
charged with fall to repor)t for daty, third w
cbrae. ~se d i s ad.
Poe oCere J. Wi, He. 27, eharpid with i
sauordistio, a saig ad insltia his segat,
a - , , tm star ath ha
was not ready for rlaUd that r to a v
three:ecntr chabrtrlges teaeaJ hD _pstria t
oasn e am the fnaot *
J., M. Wee, Weekeed heaste Age, t a cm
qpoc ,to hargd m thasenl ting an lfrhe t
twe ed lianm bwoun asto seetanhi es s
Wi. i--A re bu toe ee. n a
3.' 3a. Ne , M se d ftemat h atm 91
hem efr Mor.Gd, Ne 4Cpzemi* gres. Il
occPMie H Mr. irhmeda, asid
the w -il w tee o w
oam o e Nd. 468 mod . tie n.
136 enmr trmeet, sal emee~n Ie
Lr•at b* aq d s
a he o eOnle sass[ w, n issued
owalrd t-no e a pe wae
wka hIralu we " oi l
trast pes t as Inelaers, elaa
occupeat war etal, sad, as
succedc llin gottle of wtta the .
ge. W ve not as yet leard of Sh
arrest. beg ea
HrAVY L acmr. -- d Ore Peeosm
has araetged t Beat Mt eelreo , t the in
seam of Mr. W. H. Lewis, tmambees lpiases,
dollars, sad e .e ar oesef
of the molsd arrs aw ssr te
magistrate of the parish it Jearsses, where the
ofense was miad.
FaTnri TUnhm.-We regret to hn that the
concert recently gives at the NaSioleal
for th besolt of the Jsm for the l
tnrm, underA the srioseof the 1 1
patriotic venerable etleu ma above, has
viw as o compel Pathr Tu to hai recourse
to the public charity i order to detba the ex
penase. which by far the
we do not doubt that our peop e wll give lm
all the assistance to which his devotion to the poor
o rnlty ene m, u publish he ot fa
Informton of il charltably h ined.o eh
Frais Dsavarce Corar-Judge Hoee.-J. Moe- I
Ganrab s a youth, as tried yesterday and on
victed of areey, bus o ecoount of his miaeti,
was recommended to the ery of th court. It I
may be remembered that the ireewy ooe lat o i I .n t
stealing a 150 bill from the allow window af a
broker's offioe, No. 22 t. Charles skeet, by 1- I
serting a booked wire soderpape of glass, after a
cutting away the patty whoh held the psee in the I
seash, and thereby drawing the bl through the ar I
E. Willinto plead guilty to a charge of v
burglariousy entered the aedeca of E. H. La
more, the 8th st., at stealing thererom a lot t
of ga fixtures.
. Hason ad Mary . ,chargd wmsp .
s. l . .and ba tte y, .and . J. Kuro er al a s Lo o p er,
charged with obtallg moeo y under false pre a
teases, were released by not pros.
Frewr IIsrarcy Covrv.-Robert Marshall, ea'
ored, charged by Wm. C. Nevile with having, as
deuce with latent to emmit robbery, ad with
shooting at him with intent to oemmit murder, ms.
derwent a preliminary examlnatlon before Be
corder Nevile this i. which rnslted an the
accused beit sent to the F t Dilet Ouert for t
trial. Bond 17010.
Lizzie Frank, charged with saer assaslt ad
battery on the parses of Mary Prootor. was l
sent to the same court for trial uler W50 b od.
REcoanca NV.rLn'S CounT.-Jasms Lamin is a
charged by P. Strider with steallng a barrel of a
pork, valued at $20 0 from the etemboat lead. t
ag. Ce xed for Jauary ith, d head .
Wm. S. Denson, charged with orse steling In d
the parish of Carroll by W. H. Harrisk, was hosr a
ably diehArgel. o
Jb H. k, as heis ae , wa sato As
homas Alexander, a plokpooket, aud Pat.
Hogas, a drunkard, were seaot to the Parish
Prisont each for thirty days. in
John Dai.e and John Murphy, arrested b ty
fmficer Pecora, as dangerous mad suspicious e
characters, and Billy Bowlegs, a colored thief, a
were seat to the Workhouse for six moaths.
J. S. Bursh, alas Charley Rice, sad John Holly, a
sllas Hamilton, both vagrants, were seat to the b
Workhouse for ix moaths, with the alternative of a
giving vouchers. b
John Walsk, chrged with vi s tolea goods a
in his pemse , ad Peter Ds , accused of
larceny, were required to farnish vouchers or go tl
to the same Iastitetion fc atyy ays. a
Thirty days and ninety days were anarded i
respectvely to Delis Ta y and Wa . Mathews, t
aliu Mike Walsh, for being vagrants. d
Ehconsa GOAsTvnse's Comve.-G. W. Irwin
was xor amined ysrterda on a charg of
ficrery d, a nd e rnoum d for tra l o re
the First Distrt Cot. Mrs. L . Witers,
being on a vilt to Algiers, loft four trunks,
a carpet sant, lad some bedding in the
care of Mrs. A. Ludw, on Marais street,
between St. Louis and Toulouse. Comlag to
the city on Christmas Eve, she was nformed by
Mrs. Ledwig that the property had beendelivred
to some person upon the following order: c
"Armass, December 2, 1867. p
"idear Iieid-e so aknd as t send my three
trnks and bedding by the bearer. I received a
call this morning, from Mrs. Salter, at Boute'a F
Statiou, on the Opelousas railroad, and may be
there for two weeks. Yours, aorectionate,
"sas. wm-vuas. t
7his order was a forgery, and Mrs. Wlinters o
traced the trunks to the ofce of the accused, ct
where two of them and some of the other articles a
stolen still were. Mrs. Jackoa, residing at No. a
o218 Canal street, tetifed that the n ote was written
by Dr. Irwin In her presence, about the time it hi
was dated. p
William Bullivan, altas Desmond, the perscon i
who presented the orlaed order and carried oi
the property, belog charged with obtainiog prop
erty by false rereesentaon, pleaded gullty and
was seat befor e erlmlnl eoudrt, c
'In GaurT Kiorrcxv iorrv s.-The nmber io
and vale of the pr;zes won.la this elty, at Ae I
drawiogs of the Kentucky State Latitry, hoa w
made that temple of AIs od a Pd of orta k e I tr
sfavorito resort of all her worshipers. The lo.
try is so fair snd buelhaes.-lke in ail its rnmtuca t
tion--the retourns comog witht a few houars by
telegraph, and the moaey paidM cash oa pr t.
tion of a suaweesful ticket, that even tha -w d i
not win at the moment ae cot llegatlh d at
slt-fled with the result of thehir venture. DBetter o
Ilck next t'me fIs the mott. Theb Keant B tte a
of the palospal oemas of t ael- s atl
tacky, whoo ie a certti~ae , at drlawl, a
hae w hnbdreds md t suses a s of alllero/n
the Kentcky, n who have raised themrdels
from wsat to indepeandene by the by ivest- se
sent of a dollar or two. Mr. IowardJal urder
to meet the requitrements of bis patro al
parts of the city, has estalished the fotlow~g
b~ranches of the porent ee.Mbblbmet, erree or A
Common and CaOmp strets: At J. y's, No. 2 16
'oydrau atreat; G. Esnard's Poydrs, mv. le
Camp; B. BRedler CLhartrea, aoveB iev ; . f
Imhalte. corner h arts ad 8t. Peter sreets.
(ther offoes will be opendlaad r two, of as
wbch notieo will be give. s
A Nsw Gins or E·can.-The ihave a
mao an imrel emeftla hlee t uleg.ao thin pa
earme a wrhoihi rll w ashjee
lteresting tktor of plass. , ihk
cral. Hisblaak earlt aibakiwas le t Le as
ontare leek, b a •a s "madam d u t .1
th owe aowel oe A , as t a m be oI
theneoee t 8e o hN
owe mLodrtat l tC
vend by h pe, I e
" V ewrd o. -i to eluuto
t" e ml W Snd _
Hegeetot eier Be eel
e SlM t elmrh e -Meor Sb
, Beldml retto 8-4
fiWg . . " n4h ig
boee ly sees Maael, '.
e€owes the reo oes. erm "ise wih
* theft MM a=
leetable of ll. ia re . sad of ths
to the - liee os eekle I wit a
to andat euacag, otM Ut ha sbeele
tsd rdover Q how of atre
b ,rt hetleagd to usdi detsatisa-hib a tI
falives. tf r we e `l s shmaaed
the eeli.f 6a0 -ee is w ha t the us
at at dhem
*sa,oithoe a TLs she
oepwe eMs, wo ear pweeaw eo sbf easeý
irI fat, l tseo imt saos e q lMe f gU
able prem` oea mier, Mto are
ofvery , ofl w eptw tp o
eaee meqs r eSe i of ewlss
ell o llO rth l.ll l , esL
taeo fi e fl sol r te h i s
merag the at D e.P. eesoft a
demle proto su. Yea tas MI bi swan *.r.
Sobrf etrdegeeo on a oty whi eflo n o
er* a mll eldY thlE ~-.m - ,
as aslo r .Ys Gkosa
mae eth o ap res thea leeed
of .t e seaigs h
oart Rtno emd th ell a es e t
chars wiothe h. ora es omteehdb
Le Motaw l etrew lm ini ea
naher hi ae les, e a m s he
coteeaoe a, aIs e tote to dahes e byfI e
tne emash fors elaptotsa
the eouurleeofS Ymft*hm·(iethr ef
ontuva je t or ame dolemies uea
at ileusebio ri eat he
dleteevered m l leletl , sd
church; hew be waisete ' sthetmei
aie to the mleof an goam. A
moserabe rebsee. we A remIsrt
leat Oel Meuse thame Utr, te s pohm
;lacto s m el el 't .. Mt a otar
pcliaden o ltutb . at tn s mee.
toe ee wrv eat supleatime ttaba Ut ti
bi batc h same im teeem a g eingat.
rei to Ie e q we the tite wMp a
he thear whe. t
ntbo the bade
tkest P tl, eeg a 4