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THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY
uMATIOn Or T 01 WCo r OF TB LADDU,.
IN1LAKLATZll 01F;"M fI33I m" CA.
TAIUH O IE9IILADDI.1TRAJ-.
GURIT O PAIWFUL UIMNATING.
Vhis Bens Mdhesa It It truly a sep fmay, tad tee
Are you tb.eud-d w th that dilltsmeeg pals I hthe maftl of
the baek ad thraeh the hips? A aJpeatafl a day of
AILLMBOLL'I BUCUU will relieve you.
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE.
I unhe se sereat of gradients. HLMBOLTD' xT.
TRACT BI") O U i.tempe.ed ol Bache, Caoebt. and Juniper
Bar in. sele-ted with groat oare. prepared in vraco and
according to rule of
PFNAMIACT AED CEMIIITIY.
Tb ingr.dloent are knows as the most valuable
IB THAT WHICH ACTS UPON THE KIDNETY.
HE.LMBOLD' EXTRACT . BUCHU,
s p'eesrt to Itnto and Cdor. free Sem all itjekiocaproper
t, and immediate In I.e actlea.
FOR TIlE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
r Medicl Pr.peirtil enatalsed la Dltpeasatory of the
Unltted 8t." e o* which the follvwlag It a cororet copy:
"BUCIrI-'to odor is otrong dtidsve, an4 somewbst
,ama' ic. Its toate bit lab. and anelogous to that of taint
It I gciven ci.etly la comptlault of the Unary Oreans. eu'h
as Gravel Chroie Catartb of the Bladwdr, m~rbid trrmtetlo
of the Bled or sad Uretha, dismwen of the Pr strate, and
tLesltoe or theb Ine stiames of 'rime from aloes of tone la
the parts camrer d Ian te evaeoatlo It has also been
recomameaded in Dympepde0 Obremae Ihoamatam, Uutaaoee
ASectuae and Drepsy."
FOR hTI'HE1- INFORMATION
Iee Professor Dewee'a valublle works on the Prdactes of
Pre remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Physti, of
ee may and al tStandard Weork ea Medltine.
[Dr. Krosz Is a Physelto efover thirty year' oxperter
and a graduate rf the Jeftree Medlsel OCllege and of tio
oerrlsity of Mlediline cd ergary of Phttei l
Deama ta-Im treor4 to theo qgear Id toa into my
opilon shout PU(HIT. Iwould say that I have nt*d and
sold thoe til ltvarious fo-ms fe the peat tbiy, ,r. I
do not thhi i there Is any form or ertparetton of It I h we not
used cr known to be need, to the vartms diaeals. where such
Iteoalato agent would be ladiated.
Toe are awaren as'l a me we a. elf, that It has ben eton
a e ry employd In o thee vaona dtsao of the bladder an
kideys. and tbe reputatio I. has acqered. in my jad.mant
Ib warrem'ed by the saeI
I have eons a.d sed, as boxo srtated, eery f a of
IUCH U-the powd*red eaves theI mple doee tn, tinetse
fllat extrcas: nod I am not oneaurdet of say preparation
cfthat plant at all 'qul to yoarsr. ibghto. yeare exper
Dence oaght, I thl k, to gwve me she ight Is Jedge of Its
mertt*, Inc w nhout pr oudce or partuhly, I give years pre
edence over all o hers.
I valte your Pocho for l's effeod eat tatt. I have
red w tb It. and seo c red with It, more dlteases of the
bladder and kid eye thm I bte sn n emed with any other
Bachi, or any eh r prop letary omye and of wtater
nmm espe·tftuly yor) r. etc.
@3A. N. . T[WU, lf M. D.,
140 Wood street, Pt tabarg, Pa.
August II11, 186.&
AS IFOR HELbbOLD' PI ID IXTRACT BUCHU,
LARGEST MANUFACTURING CHEMIST IN THE WORLD'
Ilm acqulirtod with Ht. H. HIebb bhe erp'od the
drug r,r nrp alto my reo doeco cmd woo soeisfrsi In en
dourct'na tl c tone where othr bh ad ot bea e~ns'ly so .
fore h m. I ha a been favorably bmprmsd with his chara
ter ·nd s' tlr rite.
WM. U hIGIBIMAN, (8m of Powers * Wellhtmca.)
FILth and BIrown street, Pr Iie i'. a
'Ie pr prietor has bentainduloed to ma this statement
from tLc fact ht ic aknmedwlo athough adrrtjed, ae
Aad klaulnog tht the Istllent ref·l fsrom oltnl -g ytblng
plrtill g ito , curiy. or the P.teat oed"cLse ordr--most
of wtlbh et. p spae4t by elfutyted DOuort, ow.o are t o
Lanorot to read a. by aciana simplot prcnUrtiton, mub
blessc nleet to r pe are Parma atical preprattu.t
Tihcs. prtiie r sort to tvarioua mean of effecti, g eo.a sulc
a- ci pyI. arli of advor iLsament of pepalar remredi sond
Ihb ect so or Meuicne stalnd 8IMPLE. PULK AlND
EAlt - I l., 1 l ,. fit fIritb buli , IlndecIon lor iltl pillr
toa i auu to ltl 1spital.
. WOFLtID O CATIrIO1I.
trelth ls at t important; and the amlced shoed not use
on rdaer l·*n r ,i ,-: or ay remedy, un.ee. at. onatents
or inorctl,ets aretrow., toothers bIeddethel a ofauror,
os utIt Ih y are sati tafled of aO q catAetoto of the party
Belibold's Genuine Preparations.
JICID BITRkCT lUCIW.
FLUID EXTRA"T ISARSLPAWILLA,
AND INPROTED RUSE WASH,
-tahblltbhe epwurds of Prltnee Teaer.
PREPARED BY H. T. HBLMBOLD.
HELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CIWEIiAL WARENOUSE,
£* Rw.eed4t , New Yeek.
AND HELMBOLD'S MfICAL DEPO?,
rnlCE I 1 S PrI sIoTIt, s mlrrx 10141
PRE OMUUEWrT DISPALTWB.
Y lNee eg ?re 3stIl Ii
PROCFLDIN G O' OO]Gal_A.
Allrtimesof Tpsha psen Te-Day
PROGRAMME OF SUBSEQUENT PROCEEDINGS.
Stanton Remest to the Charge of F~-e
ALABAMA RAMDICALS BEFORE THE RECONSTUCTION
' The Impeachment Artic a in the Rsoon
RZPORTED CHARGES Or THE ImPZLCB
d WAsneWOx, Feb. 38.-The impeachment com
mnittee hope to be able to submit articles to the
House this afternoon.
Rev. Mr. Tyng has been found rnilty and sen
tenced to receive public admoeltlon from the
The Herald's special says that impeachment
carnnot pass the Se nate.
Trumboll, Peaeeden, Anthony, BDrague. Tip.
ton. Vsn Winkle, Willey and Sherman will vote
ennatfe.-A bill was reported abolishing the
bureau of statistics.
Rnules of proceeding In Impeachment cases were
presented. Consideration postponed.
One hundred thousand dollars wy appropriated
to enable the secretary of the treasury to defend
spainst clalmasts for captured and abandoned
property In the Court of Claims.
The bill oevertng into the treasury the proceeds
of captured and abandoned property, waspassed.
house -A bill reimbursing for certain bonds
destryed by fire, was ra.sed after considerable
opposition. The proof In this cas was clear, the
necretary of the treasaoy being able to identify
the bonds from the charred remains.
A bill regulating the custody and expenditures
of public moneys pased. It forbids transfer
fro, one bureau to asother. and application of
surplus is appropriation to deficiency in sanother.
h Penl'y for violation Imprisonment and fine.
The etvfl appropriation bill was resumed.
The speaker sanounced that the Impeachment
crmmittee would probably report articles of la.
The Bouse will proceed with the consideration
of the impeachamet article the day after they
r TIe day after the articles are presented the
Renate will resolve Itselfinto court atone o'olock,
, a quorum of the Senate to constitute a quorum of
the court. After the trial commences the court
wil l alst daily. Legislation will proceed daring re
cer of court. The final argument will be made
by two from each side, the House having the
opeti.Wg and cl,osing speeches. All orders and
decisions to be made by yeas and nays without
" debate on the part o e sa e. J 4LP b SI
to preaside. T5 ~rWI $ee j e p hI
T m r newing eeth wal be dmlnistered to
" That in all things appertaloing to the pendinr
intpeachment. I will do impartial justice accord
sug to the Constitution and laws, so help me
I be cabinet may compel attendance and Inflict
punishment for contempt, and may call the army
and navy to its support. Court to sit with open
Ibe Senate has rejected M. Y. Hisewall as com
miesioner of revenues.
St 1a'on answers the warrant for false Imprison.
ne tbat he wall attend to it by attorney.
(las. Van Winkle hem been nominated marshal
of Virglinia, vice John Underwood.
Leading Alabama radicals were beom4
construction committee yesterday. De
menmbers oC the committee urged the imme
prec-Lce of leading men from from different par
of Alabama, to explain facts regarding the late
eleelrns. They call for affidavits at once regard
ing fraudulent voting.
tSentor McCreery, of Kentucky, was sworn in
the impeachment committeebeld another meet
ing to day and considered further the various
drafts of the articles of Impeachment which have
been submitted. It is found very difficult to dome
to any agreement, there is so much diierence of
o1 irton among the members of the commaitee as
to the character of the articles to be reported to
It is understood, however, that a majorityof the
(tniunittee are in favor of confining the articles
to a few diaanct ch.lec , so as to dispense with a
l ag array of witnesses and a tedious trial.
There was a lull cabinet meeting to-day except
the se etary of war.
Gen. Thomas had ao interview with the presi
dent end several memhers of the cabinet to-day.
He (ten. Thomasi will make no further demand
on tasnton to vacate.
'lie quo warranto was not applied for to-day,
thb nb the papers are prepared.
ernalrsi revesnue receipts today $573,000.
'The followingo is iven uapon doubtful nauthority
as tie charges of the impeachment committee
aeginst the president:
First-For violating the provisions of the Con
stitution, in that the laws enacted under it have -
-t cord-Vtolstion of the tenure of office act.
Third-Entering into a conspiracy to defeat the
actin of Conlgress.
Fourth-The removal of Stanton.
I ltt--Bribery, in that the president attempterd
to irnduce an ,ftier by promotion to second his
attempts to disregard the law.
Conseevaettre mad Radeeal C ate and Coa
RALuB, N. 0.. Feb. ST.-The convention met
mid adjiur ed at asn early hour to attend the
trd ,tal itoinnatig convention. That h dy up to
3:30 r. a. had made the illowing nominations:
For govern r W. W. o. iulden, of Wade csonmy;
Ilnutensaat goveraor. Todd It. Caldwell, of Burke
count); secretary of rtate, H. J. Meoloner,
,f O(,b,. pubhi thasurer I). A. Jenkinm, of Gas
ton cotu y; auditor. Henderson adams, of
lIavid-on county; superintendent of public works,
(. T. arris. of Wake copunty; superiontendent of
Sulic instroction, Rev. R. S. Ashley., of Marss.;
judtes rif Sopreme Court. R. M. Pearson, present
It ef juotlce, B. P. Ick,. of Guilford. W. B. Rid
t:a, oft Besaufort. ard perhaps twre more of the
otuierlor courk jidges; first circuit courti C. C.
Poole, of Paequotank: second, E. W. Jones, of
1, shuret-n;: third. C. R. Thomas. of 'rsven;
fourth, D. L. Rumel. Jr., of BrnnswokL; fith, L
Bxton. of ('umberlan.
Serrarl others to be rominated. The fello -
n'r inattons were made by the district meetings
First Congressional DlMstrt--John IL French. of
'abhicgton City, sid not to be a clilzen ot the
ectnd PDtrict-CoL David HeBston, of Ohio.
Fourth District--Col. J. T. Dewees, of Illisole.
It Is said that J. H. Harris, a negro. ws first
nominated but declined, giving as a reason that I
the raicals in Congress didn't wish negroesm in
that he dy.
The State convention executlv committee met
heie today. The time bei tooe eabort to al a
conventuson, they proceeded to nominate oadi
detes as empowered to-day by the convention.
The following are the nomintlons made, up to the
present time: For govera, B. Vance, of I
eeklenaberg; for kleteesat gmersor, R D. Hall,
of New Hanover; secretary t state, W. Bee, 1
,f Grec r publibo tresaury, K. P. Battle, of Wake;
auditor. B. W. Bergi; superintendent of public
works. L F. Patterson, of Caidwell; mpermtea
dent of ibule imntuction., Bev. Cravens, D. D., of
Randolphb; judges of the S~preme Cort. B. M.
Pear:on, erljestk ; W. &. Bat~le E .G.
SBeet', assoclate faldeee of the presat oourts
and two others. ether o aaaes not yet
Tie 500TEU0!8iO OONIT TIOU.
)Asams, Feb. i.-The eeveties " was
I. eagged on the article on the judialer b
ver aedmeet. It was deiw a to eleot
the judges for eht yeas .
CaiUserow, Feb. 6.--Nothag dse la gm."
vestne to worthy of aote.
rTLamre 1. 18.--eed"o third of the je5l
day ndegwtmet ae adoptedt dyyndkMa
the geoneral tm s biy shall otervise ditrect
there bll be a district jede sad a disrleutaer.
S of y for each estorlal dtistrict in the ýW ; mld
cort to eterae all a re not p with
deoth or a la the
ParPagra. test of setibo i prowg , that
, juedges of the SBpreme. Puperior sad Distriot
Court., the attorney general and district attor
asne shall be apposied by the governor, a ma
jority of the Seeate eseorranl; emo justie of
1 the peaee to each district to be elesetd by the
people-term of oeoe four years.
Jacitow, Feb. 28.-N1othlog of letreet dose IS
RO AVOUsTA. A.
e.soms er.~ - eirrN ,
em chasuoo eK Maiadmmatossmaiea.
- ArariTA, Feb. 28.-General Meeide hasu ied
an order that in the case of the municipal authori
ties of Savannab. the charges of alleged malad
nimistration not beleg sustained before the mli
tsry conmlsson by sufficient evidence, the cas is
leneate -The aglt1sh Cabtset Queetn..
S LOento, Feb. 28.--The royal uaent has been
given to the bill suspending the habea corpus in
s lathe House of Commnos, Lord Stanley said
the adjournment of Parliament until Tuesday was
t desirable, to afford the government an opportu
nity to complete the cabinet.
. GOlsdtone said that such delay was unprece
dented, but in the present case might be jastifa.
e The parsonage at Wilmount, near Cork, was at
teeked laustaight, but the assailants were driven
General Nagle and his fellow prisoners have
been indicted for tresson at 8ligo.
d fPROM OUTHWUE T PASU.
i. BorTnwre Pass, Feb. 28-11 A. .--Wlnd N.
N. F. and freshb.
Is Arrived: til as Wm. Woodbury, ieLean, Liv
e erpool, to Lowell Bailey; Brittih ship Cambris,
e Harrington, from Havana, in ballast, to Lovell &
y Bailey; ship Gen. Berry, Watts, from Valencia
to master; steamship Star of the Union. Cooksey,
s Philadelphia via Havana, to Creevy, Nickerson &
ir Co. Nothing sailed.
if soeuwstr PAss, Feb. 28-68 . .--Wind N.
r. N. E. and light.
Arrived: Steamhbin Alabama. Bowers master,
with merchandize and passenger+, to C. A. Wait
t ney & 'o.; stesmshilp Harlan. Lewis master, with
nerchandize and passengers, to C. A. Whitney
& Co. ailed : Steamship Kensington, bark Jen
nie Cobb aed brig Winfield.
LotUa vtILLt, Feb, 8-River swelling, 6 feet 8
Snches in the canal.
K VicgsRho, Feb. 28.-Passed up: Richmond at
4 a. a. Passed dowo: Mollie Able at 12 i., Allon
Sat 2 and the Le at 2 P. x. River rising.
Loroin, Feb. 28.-Noon.-Consols, 92@93;
Plats, Feb. 28.-Rullion in the Bank of France
r has increased 18,000,000 francs. Bourse heavy;
L LtVarooL, Feb. 2.--Noon.-Cotton dull : sales
8000 bales,sales for the week 51,000 bales, for ex
t port 9000 bales, speculators 7000 bales, stock 292,
( 0 bales, of which 109,000 bales are American.
LoecioN, Feb. 28, Evening.-Securities on
FYaAxroaT, Feb. 28.-Bonds 75.
LlvrarOOL, Feb. 28, Evening.-Cotton closed
heavy under unfavorable Manchester advines; up.
I lands t9d.; Orleans 9jd. ales to-day 8000 bales.
NEw YoRo, Feb. 28.--old 1411. Old hoods
1101. Bterling 1091. Floor drooping. Wheat
. Feb. 28.-Cotton market dull and
. lower: ales toay 3000 bales; middllogs 22e.
Tour dull and the market favors buyers; State
t8 60l0o 60; Southern $9 80't14 75. Wheat
dull. Corn heavy; white Southern $1 14(l 20.
Pt.rk $24 62. Lard 15i@leFt. Coffee buoyant
and je. higher. Naval stores unchasgeo. Wreights 1
quiet. Gold 141. Old bonds 1101. Sterling en
NEw Toax, Feb. 28.-Money easier-offerings
exceed the demand. Call loans 5@6. Prime dis- a
counts 7 I cent. Sterling dull. Gold, after a
quiet day, with few fluctuations, closed steady at t
1414. Stocks rather better, with a general re
covery from afternoon rates. Sub-treasury bal.
ance $107.000,000. G;overnments closed steady
5.su's of 1962, with coupons, 110; of 1864, 107; of
18;5, 108 ; of 1867, 107; 10-40's, 1044; 7 30's
t ltorntAvr, Feb. 28.-Floor-family $11(
$11 25. Wheat dull $2 45.2 50. Corn dull at
:(~u4c. Oata t,'',,. 7 ". Toboacco at full prices d
M, rs pork $23 73@24 73. Bacon firm; shoulders
Ilic.; clear sides 14'. Sugar-cured hams 17@
lbo. Lard lbtic. Cottlee lirm--219526c. Clover
sed quiet--113c. Hflay dill--12'14. But
ter scarce at 4t(4.5c.
-T. Lorti, Feb. 29--Tobacco steady. Plour a
active; superfine $;'. Wieat $2 55@2 685.
(turn flrmer--2(h,,°,c. Ojts firmer-6-v873c. 1
Mess pork 824 5t)@5. Bacon--sboulders 1l0c.:
_'ar sides 13c. Sugar cured hbars 16@170.
SLard higher--1G~ht1 c.
IlonLa. Feb. 2i--Cotton market opened firm c
at 21c. for moddlings, but closed quiet under Liv
erpool advice. at 204(21c. Sale. to-day, 1500 o
bales; receipts. 2809; exports, 8536.Sales for
the week., 9100 bales; receipts, 13,420 ; exporta- i
tireian 1it.30, coatwiae 6180. Stock on hand,
~vla'n, u, Feb. 28.-Cotton opened thm and h
a~sulcing, but closed dull and dec;ining j:. M:d- b
dlioge, 21.. Soleo, 62i bales; receip:.s, 2033; tl
exlporte to-day, 1I o42. of which 10,6Oi were to i
Lise.pool and 2.74 to the continent. re
Lot I',ILLE, Feb. 24. -Sales 47 hhds. Leaf To
Iac(o. Lugs to medium leaf $81ltL; market c
suta.ncd. Cotte n 20(20J. formiddli ,g. Floir
bupesfOe Ll 26tt 76. fancy $12 60@13. Wheat
$2 5t@2 55. Corn dull, 75(@h0c. Lard 160.
hlens l'ork 125. Bacon-Shoullers 11 -., clear
sides lic. Bulk mat---Shoulders 1f42.,. cleat
ead, * 14. Whisty firnmer anl lighur,; re 82 2J;,
$2 27. Oat. ctiady a- ;7(5;~iC.
CntasLaoiN, Feb. 2_.-C-otton market firm;
FTAPI.E -.ARDsWaR.-M-e str . Teylor & Chnurchlll,
dealerrs in foretan and domestic hardware, gunr,
cotlery, etc., advertise in another co!omour a list of
krrlelttural implements of the bent and mout Im
proved style, which -bey will now sell at the low
est market price. The-e imnplements are such as
are just now mostly neoien , and the inducements
tiese gentlemen are holding out to planters A
shsold not be overloke~d. Parties vi°lteg the
city boald make it a dsty to el at 41 Magalto
st eet, opposite the St. James Hotel, a it is there
they will find hoes, axes. Dlows, plow linae, all a
kinds of carpenters' tools, etc.. at price. that defy E
competlson. Moser- Taylr A Churchill are de- *i
terminced to offer sch iducements to the trade E
to buy of them, that they will not think of flying 1
to others they haow net of for greater favors. t
See their advertsement. T
Atr.it rir nm G;soes Cowwc~ r t-T.-he r
steamship GeorgeCromwell, E E. Vall command- w
ing, sails this morning at 8 o'clock for New York, A
direet, with a full freiht and a namber of pee- L
PaLs or NauLIrsaW Bats-rrt.--Te attention di
of the public an general Is called to the cloelg out g
sale, at 7 o'cloek this evenitg, of Sigor P·adol
lS'a splendid nd chodle selection of Italian
marble statury , vases. etc., at the Creeent Aaco
ion Mart, N o.4 Carodelet street,.
Planmters and country merchants are aware that
staple dry goods have advanced largely. L. C.
Gardner A Co., are elring them at Ifteen per
cent. below New eYork prices, at 91, 3 sad 98I
rwmmatc hmvwrr.-GOas uw m
street. 1b limu weaker thim et da but
n smsrbed by sue ad etm a esme=me o as*
pty but to thebilk s bgre eme pMaSy eli
at the lower ad with m h
A grand Democrsab eeio g abe giee at
the hotel in (3sirroite m y
There was a ltle row eo the "' '
Orse: a brkesr'smbn ssam that see..e
Th wlaramoag aeos to bane bem, wen m s.
Jbit s erday m r he order of Gem. s.
cock, e dapon the direette of General Great.
ard Cmeal duarig the lda, sad several tated
Sthe City Bal sad esled sp the ryer.
t As aesa abs of the seoy, of mes this
elit eazeeUnt board isoere e ataa s
S aned tohi a u mthins city a diara ooer
The araPhormai of the qurtMistrmate dertmet. of
SCorm, bhas rived e th eity. MVay reuores re
aoat about the oject of drs vi i
themometberat . Dhamel's , who s eemed set to
usdenweed so atbseeiw.a whia 9) r eeste
couland Chartres treet, was t u fc : At .
eee, 45 t to rees; at 12 .0; at 3 t. e., 3; at
pt C. Hot, Q. ., 54.U. ., habeen
alai ned to duty In thin city as dishbring olcler
of the quafire deprtermasent i's depmakingret.
s General Horace Porter, aid-de-camp to General
Grant, has arrived In this city. Maey rumors w
aflons t aboutcelebrat the objrtht of hiMarh. Thevisit.
e temper o bands of esterda a shown byoo the
therometer at C. firemen, hamel , orser Belolle
and Cebrtreag cities, as as ols:ne fromt 6 A.
bi, 4 dfor Cegrece; at 12Fr a., omp; at 3 r. 2, 3; havet
a P. a., 54.
already bee dpartment is maing gret preara
layin to celebracte the Daurthin osf Mar. The
Sscarcit of banda of meth do s tnot dopaoonrng
our gallant firemen, for several bends belonging to
aeigsbonrg cities, smong ethers one from Mr,.
bile for Crescent Fire Company No. 24, have
already been engaged.
9 he Orleans hsairoad Company have commenced
Ilying their track on Danphin street, at the cor
nor of Canal. The method used Is that of placing
the rail in groeves cut into the square block
Mike Larkin. yesterday, plead guilty to a charge
of having stolen, on the 6th lust., sixty dollars
frn m the pocket of Mr. J.Johasoe, a butcher, in
Magazine market, while the latter was lying
asleep. fie was seat, by Recorder Veanard, for
trial before the First District Court.
Hundreds of dollars were raised in a short time,
yesterday, chiefly among the German population,
for the relief of the Knerstermer family, who we
are infrimed, were etil to such condition, yester
day, that none of them were able to sapt
Mr. Davis and wife arried ia the ld, peler.
day, from Misiasiippi, sad have takes apertomts
at the et. Charles Hotel.
It was, proposed in the Firema 'a.OhsbA
Asiociatlbn, as a measure of eeomemy to abolish
the Fourth of March parade of the il dlepart.
nient end rubttute a fete at the Fair Grounds,
fr, m which, it was suggested by the mover. an
income might be derived, but the proposition was
rejected and the fremen will tarn out is their en
nual t) Ise on the 4th. They are already prepar
ing tor the day, and the preparations are soch as
warrant a prediction that the spectacle will be as
grand as ever.
There is to be a mass meeting of the Democracy
of Jefferson Parish, at Carrollton to-nlght.
If the secretaries of Democratic ward elubs wll
send to this ofice reports of their respective oer
ganizations, proper notice of them will be madm
The fine new steamer Freak Parsoud, built in
Louisville for the New Orleans and Ouachita
trade, reached here last evenoing, under command
of Captain John Tobin. Vsiters will finad her at
ti e landing to day, and will ejoy a look over the
", Bemetim sever go backwards," say a
onuntryman, repeating an old saw. " Yes," says
a by-atander, "bat I have own of one revolu
tion which has gone Bllackwards."
A Kentuckian, whb, is a strong Johnson man,
declared in a hot discussion, recently, that " the
w hite man's instin.ck and the negro's outsffck
will always keep the two races apart."
The attention of the street commissioner is
called to the deplorable condition of the interseo
tion of Claiborne and Canal streets.
Tarst9wnons aT Tru Fara Gsoraots.-One of
the most interesting features of the festivities to
take place at the Fair Grounds to-day ad to-mor
row will be the ball, which will commence is the
evening. immediately after the performances, and
last until 10 o'clock. We make this mention to
order that our young population might be on the
quti tice for the all inm ortant event to them. No
charge will be made far dancing. and the tickets
at the door cost only fifty ots to see the whole
STOLEN PnorrRrT FocwD.- Oficer Tricon, Sec
ond District police, basfound, by virtue of a search
warrant, in the house of Jane Brows, colored, in
the room of one Johnson, (what sraeet is not
tated, )the following property, stoles from Ifr.
Alezatier rOmlves7. tL.. silver lslooo, cou Ilver
fork, two hats, one pair velvet trwsers,sna enhe
13snarx.-Corporal Kelly. of the Second Dis
tri;t, repotts that about 7 o'clock on Thursday
evening, whale Mr. Cunningham, residing on Frank
lin street, between Customhouase ad Bieaville
atreets, was receiving from one of his employes a
pocketbook containing $500, it was snatched from
his ta.d by an unknown colored man who made
good his escape.
DREADFUL Acctnsv.--Apother one of thoee
dreadful accidents which are too often within the
province of a newspaper to record, occnred yee
terday on C'onti atreet, between Burgundy ad
A mnan. ,eated on the prolecting seat of a
heavily loaded wood cart, attempted to drive into
a con0mn alley way near the corner of Rampart
street. As the vehicle went over the carb of the I
gutter the cart wan suddenly thrown to the right,
and before the driver could check his horse his I
left leg csme in violent contact with the brick (
wall trontng the street, on his aide of the alley, C
crushing and tearing the flbh to the bose, which
was broken above the knee. The resistance 1
ofered caoned the bone to halt, and the unfortu
nate sufferer fell heavily to the ground, shrieking
in the mi st heart rerding manner. He was taken
to the cornter coffeehouse and medical assistance
Immediately called. The appearance of the I
br, ken limbt, which was horrbly mangled and
bleeding profosely, prevented us from aquiring a
the poc r nan's name. His condition is exceed- a
ingly oritical, and unless be be endoired with
renarkable physical endorance, the shock which a
he has received in such an unforeseen maneamr
cannot fail to result in death. 1
CnOasusn or Asox.--Antonio Piaone and Cree- g
der Pablo were raigued before Beoorder Ven
yard. yesterday, for preliminary examination on
a charge of baving set fire to stores Noe. 617 and
("!9 Magazine street. on the night of the 17th inet. g
1 here be-rg no evidence adduced against Fablo. h
he was discharred. P)rone was remanded to the
Parish Prison, without bail, there to await the de
c'iton of the recorder, which is proried on the
3d prox. ti
DExnaocTrc MeTrrNo T CABnoLLTOe.-There
is to be a Democratic mating to-night at the
C'arroilton Hotel, Carrollton, begininog at seven o
o'clock. to organize fir the approcohiog canvas, I
and to appoint delegates to the Itate Convention p
to be held the 6th of March. We hear that Ron.i
Alexander L'i-,itry and others are expeoted to 1
address the meeting.
Tnx Eu;nT WAnD DusxocacrY.-An enthusi
astic mteting of the old voters of the
Eighth Ward was held on Thursday evening
at Carroll Hall, corner Greatmen and E
Elysian Plds streets, for the purpose of
orpanmsin a ward club, in pursuance of resolo. ti
trons adopted in mass meetieg, at the St. Charles a
Theater, on the Ithan itk J. B. Leef, beq., was m
rominated cbairman, and Col. LeAns Power se-- f
retary pro tem. The followlag perament oomers a
were then thoses: George Pdely, pesideat; N. tl
A. Llaunbias, Henry Noling, vice pesidemi a
Louis Power, secretary; Jutes FPeed, treasurer.
Alfter a few approuriate and attrrsg remarks by h
J. . Leeo. beq., the meig Jeersd to Ms a
day evening, the I pro-., on whih occaloadele- o
gste to the State Convendon will be chses. t
Sccnnt.mocs Twarv.-John WMte. oleeod,
was arrested lest night on a warrnt by ebMa J.
Mce. Dune Ohea charge .f eterJ th ljuon
Chre ee thursday ua rbg threrom a ad a
ver commaunion elaee. mecorder NevIe will
attend to the ease tis morning.
BraoL.ar.--The reaidease of J. Pihkley
Smith was entered,on the night of the Sth hst.,
(Wedaesday,) sad robbek4 o shout twety dl- I
EllmIes a aol1M serts, aa o«W -
S i el , a M st et. sad a e ld ete
*r t ON ee. be saw
g *m avo u ottl dHri 0o thMm od _
SIo haat tey was nle fs e Is m as
I i I, rk , eulu
a dollars, and two sets of ernesas, te property o,
lar. The j ary in this edse also failed to aWreas
I a th eeed wee remended to be trind e la.
..ODr_ MR L' -ORUT.-rhe iWaertal
o Tr y and set theloM to h Wr set -
for sixty dsysmu
A.s Iasl ari his faterme, for fem abL
beating and robbing T. Colgan on the highway.
a . Tinney, colored, cha erg ed by Mrs. ldol
Jobskw with ante plfg oerprm ale with street
to ste t for thirty days to the same
Mrs. w rn, Ms. eord, Mre. borMe mAl Ms.
eau with e nteringsherpremi ith ate
t o eal,ea a , otheary wd e am e to
coo. beloaglg ri. Flod, Mrs. Caued at d i
Kreffe, charged with getting on a huge spred dl
disturb. g the peace of th. 224 New Levee street,
had to give bonds $rem260 dedh, to e led their
good b C Tvior.
Job enedlth Os erat plrW . Wal, Pind a ftiedlyt,
set-to on Dryades street, which brought them be
ore the rec nd t toreder, who r $10 anth reoleased
Thbo. Jones, colored, entered a charge aalist
eMollie Maw , a "sister and wom " for foritly
abstractleg from sthant's right hand vest pocket,
the sum of $38, with latest d toeal the tre asre.
The poor, week mod, therefore charges ri
wite robbery. She was remanded to appear on
the 6th of March.
Bdaley nd Gallagber, the men accused of sreetl
Sto ive hundred dollars' worth of leather, have
bored their case ord for the 11th of March. Boned
aWV sTYT-ro URTR DAT.
WPaiA, sFeb. 28 19.4.
Conventine met at 10:30 A. X.; aisty dei6pgtes
present. Judge Taliaferro presiding.
Smotion by P. . D, eteonde, of tberville ex
teadisg the thanks of the eenvention to " hoa.
Great sad the Ua ited tand Oeagre for ltho r
brtllacti ons a athe grea ht whdork of recpoptke
tio of t he t oathera Btates," was read tad leM
The work of re-ad, thartefore of the Coesl
ti robbery, returned e committee on spp le,
was resey d undller the ad of unffiahed ealt
Art fles from No. 99 to 11.of inlether, were
adopted,r cae d forh the covet of adjoredh. B to
bantorday, at 10 o'clock A. .1
The met t 100pe . .; mbdelste.
apr eent. Judl T AND ife ANTOrro pre T
S"e otos ARMY OF T De ondP oLIf AND Tbrlee
LAND MILITIA-swIin AoCaPTB, Ta.
SNew York dispatch of the 4th says : ee
The Herald' Wthe hiteo speial stateethat ap.
peartices last oniht indicate that the war depart
Dent trouble willresolve itself finally into a legal
struggle, wherein the mo. t belhgerent partie will
be the lawyers, sad the final judgment rendered
by the comrs (ostead of by a sanguinary contest
of armed bodies. General Thomas stateof d to the
Herald correspondent last night, in coocluding as
nterview relative to hs ntentions to inl ln-day, as fol
lows: "I shall go down to the war department
at tie usual hour. s secretarypf war ad interim
to all latestr and puror,.u without any reserva
tiA or doubts that my powers as tehb were per
fetly legitimate as were those of General Grat t.
I peshallne about nithe bdies o the department,
istrue orders in the ame of the pbllraidt eet. illve
lostreotiona to subordinate oincalse, ad direct
the general work of the deparl ment Of rendeured
it wthl be very un, pleasant for me to guid onte
there who may be prepared to disregard my o t
er. It ma.rel e torha, happen tto be ome perol
seendfriead of my own, betI have no other re
source than to doe the po the a r de prtme
tino or doub that my arrest if they refuse to
obe-y e it s were snthortty. of er nt
But what about the great Mof thl himself Ist,
nato to be left securely ald irone ?
" Thator of the question. He as already refused
to vacate, and I suppose he will persist in his re
fusal. On my own option I should decline to use
any forc bt if the ery presidet nstructsfor me to
theremploy forcible perepuasion. I mst be consistent
to do o. However, I shaltl wat the furo other de
velopmeant of this disagreeable business before
obey the lepartment. He alAort stated it wy. m
poible to n ay wbot the e wonl thi ske dI
war d epartment. Hire acion will depend al.
gther on the movements of ben. Thomas.r d
yThe me entrepndent s informed that nIn-trc to
merou dispatehes ave bsen reaet ed froerm tde
Grelopned Army of the dLepreeblie, seret military
rganistio with pos established in all partdo of
Inthe an ontry, itndor the etr tonton otngres. the
s me cogeneral tenor ofndnt, thee dispformer ates he that the
Isuraed Army order the peepublint en. Thwd not sente Con
rhe overtehrown, ad f vione is used I eject I
Washibg to sad puat hm back. Th ol ae order la re
n momsly rstd on , to take sides wdth the policy
of Ctrgre , and defrtment. Hit ction tall td measres, at
gatr on th are brought to uoh an extremity.
ThMr. Ewmg has notrifed the presidentformed that n-he w
acept the appointmentrmy of the Rsecretary of mltar.
theA army fcer On duty at the war department
Ihe penersln tn ecrtary of tanton wosd be disrtht the
garded y army of the Brp.lic ll ot Co
cThe mr. tnts of M100000nd have profferedy to come their
Wservlce hingtoo and pronet him bltary supThe ortder sof the
poreidet, so it si reporte , etdmnt, and irept tis
given color of truy h from thee res wih the o licy
of wanC of Marylae, nd defendwho hai had an mterviews, f
r. Ewith n b noted the preidedenttht he i
Attorney Gta Peral ry tantonery ouldates that dithe
at the head by armyff eirs.
TMessrs. K ep & titrysd have pron ereAd at their
old tad. Nos. 77 ad 79 rportydrand strleet, a larget s
itnck color of trall froades, es ad prime eof iv.
pork. bon M ar sylnd, and hou der, lard roier
West ther a id shen b. ter. Your attention
Cttorne Faenet a-Gen. Grant Imtel tit the.
ole quirer, s iys:ll be settled tholorce. b
The rsuit pending here ith the copurtun, regarding of tho
t the forcing of citizes. i 1862 to sell cotton to
fea's. It w proven lto the triavl that Go Granttheir
nold other os. i ad we Poyur strerivately connected withre
the otto e ulators iadring. thead primdvnce of thea
ork bhrongh Mler dppi and Tenaeaee lar 1In
tIn lece carod defendant, a norti hams, mand coice
imef by id ;oslng, butty several Toner te tioa is
itored to ther adsrte woulmt Io soept the pcolnes
o -roNd for outn-Gn. w Gr cnated by the qaad.
advce suit pedry goods, brt L.H. Ge grdia o.
rthe eforcing them at prizes Ifteen 1862 tell cott. tlow
rmNew Y pltork t stlted prices, at and 95 Common street.h
ma dollrfcs! io. hst el to liptie sewing mprtale
tri'ml. It. w ihest premite L that fre Statet
rfa.ro sale ippit 8 m d Tnneel tr.t.
75k. Fee ale at 87 Casl aimS,
S1y": to~ aosaof~ as .ifer Prmnel*.
lidae 4 nboei s fmeonkety KaOT.*SSI..
O1u woim a sses thmsreqik thea,
TYk PnM la is bi yeeso.
n owe, R.m br Ve theh oimass >s.
f iE sr eeim the wea Nae lere
Seem h d04
JN" ,is and hfmt are expected a
oo-. PFo a Ohio, warn serously aist lau
iBe. 'M Nbl r s Ir ew York next Moa
Dr. B. . Gilbert has startd a lsperalveerUhg
LuceM- ble taisg abet smat -S * .
* ~ s4ý-'li ,eI ofY1*w
... ... m" 4 0
qire eaiigea M NIslhudppi are too omerous
to be parerie
The Terinae. Hose of Repremestaves bae
dptae t m altotin askantalg the deterals.
ties of dCOau to impeach the preeldeat.
Minnesota, Illos, Missori, Michlobigan, 'Ohio,
Iowa ad Kantauy ra eneuated amon the States
whiab will pport Psadletes.
A Teass paper espte of rlater Taylor, of the
Boeton Bethel, as a brother of the late president
of that name.
Atthe shorte Pee ea l Osro. o Taseday, the
whole Demooratle ticket was eleated by lie hn-.
dred majority. A. G. Golden was eleted mayor.
om one a w ly retmarks that all, without eo
eeptina, i oemedy or tragedy la pollia, that is
to may, Ia the governmet of me.
Up to yesterday morning ocity moy waee ir
and advancing, but uader the lfalenao of General
Grant' order a reaction is looked for.
h view of the news from California, It is oug.
geeted that Congrerss ad better hurry up the
It is thought by men of calm J meet that It
would' require a standing army of 500,000 met
to carry ea" the radcoalVima of reaumoeiean.
VMlubke proposeds the followrlg cououdre t
" Wbst has Ge. Grant to do with the alderace of
Bev. Dr. Tyag, Br., lesis that hoealJy to bh
it the smaoe to the pese nelee of h ace by the
o -L!h.pert, . t t Ia Ia ras amother
The Paris faahio t havia a male mediate is
eaid to be adopted by eia establiehmeut ia Boe
ton. It Ib obimed that ses have a better taste
relative to the female Igre than wome.
The New York OtaHis think Gov. Pestem wE
be vice O the radical presdeatIal tieket. It
thiBd Chase ad ean. Huater would be ft mest
formidable ticket the radicale eeald pat up.
An eMrly gadarn oamed Diggs weereleved
of a thosnad dollare while two polite gentlemen
were astitlng bim to slight from a car at the
Viekabarg depetesthe 2th.
The iatent at OGe. Albert Pike Ia the MaVe.
phiL Appeal having beco complete at the ox
piat s of bbf afe aaigogesat as ee e
chife, the cepesetsel wl hereafter be known as
"Albert Pike A o."
I.Zoe, one of th best two year old Mi lli a I the
world, by Young America, out of Bloade's dam,
by Abdalihb, and Cavalier, eldest born, and meat
famous sn of lrambletoaian and Widow Macbhre,
If you hear of "a dear, good creature of a girl
who hasn't an enemy In the world," or a man
"agai.st whom a word was sever uttered," make
up y ur mind that both arm very roftsapeaimsa of
humanity, and are tn gaSt deager of beag trod.
den upon unless they sing out.-[Ex.
Every iresno, ays the Journal of Commerce,
which is adduced by the true f lends of bhumaity
gainst granting the aufrage to the paupers and due
based lasses of Eglad.tella with tar greter ftere
in its appiscatioe to the colored race In the United
The Bee impledly deaier that the organ of the
colored people has the largest croulattoa of may
papor in the city ameeg those who read Prench,
td says that the award at the Postoioe was
mam. uapon Iaterested statemerat which the Bee
had no ippenmp Io eastrovertig.
The Wasubhgton atelligenoar s y tha It it
proposed tabet the beases mo of each State call
a commereial and eaecial national coaveUtlon,
which body shall represent the true aid vita
interests of every ection of the country North,
South, East and West, to take action regardleg
the fIanaoll ad osauercial iateorm of the
The cream of the colored population of Hart
ford, Cona., bhad a stylish ball on the 21st. The
lnvitationa were printed io gold on satiUo, and the
bfl of fre at mpper epen d with baked trout
and scalloped oyaters, ad after thoroughly ex
ploring a carte that would do honor to a 8oyer or
a BloDiet, wound up wlh graper, almonda, brandy
On the thL tihe treeta of Chieago wee iled
with the spectocle of the butchers' pageat, a
grend eavalcade of the fraternity, omeo bhundrede
atrong, bannered and acafed, with music nla froat
rand rear, the turnout being in honor of the trl
uoph of the batchers over the monopoly given to
certanla pertile by theU city to eatabliah ad mal
tdi· a slaughterhouse.
Bergeant Bater, bearing the fl1g whlich he is to
carry through "rebeldom," arrived in Columbue,
(.ewrgl, on the 2th. He wase met by the mayor
and other citizens, and tendered the hosplalities
of the city. The Enquirer learns that hi- recep
tina leong the route from Montgomery to Coom
busr was everywh'ere kind and respectoful, as It hba
been ain l places Ia the Booth. At Crawford a
waurm welcome wan extended to him.
B. King Cotler writes to the Timen "to Indorse
the late action of the president of the United
&tatcs, aad to exprea my onqualited condemna
tion of the illegall, unwarrantable anod partisan
conduct of General Grant, Secretary Stanton, uand
the radical menbers of Congrem; and of the pro
ceedings oa impeaehment of the president; and to
give it as my opinion that the same are illeglal,
ajutt ad reveolutiondy In character, sad will
prove a shme J diagrace to the nation, aod, a
I sincerely hope, prove the civil and polisical
death of readlcalam."
A writer in Pntnam'a Monthlynys a publleJour
nal has no basneos to have views of its owe.
More thea tht, naya t writer, If It would eattal
to the highest poition i journallam, it muestot
crept arm asy p rmae or may party the views
which it may advaese. Ta goe m farther. it
atould pay a head to coaslteey. neover rnhold
I be leasnedm by the feer tet the views a:
preened In It to-day mare not thoase o mut week, el
sy pet he thesof the weetk eome. rorepeat.
a jooruaelhna a b)em t oJve opiaeaof Mi s
oew. Its editorlt elstbnudpreaeut ee faith
ful a reortof oate s as teeanewse coms
do of crrent evitls. The discovery of this therOn
was firt made byth. Leade Tmna. it was, ia
the beteer the wresar, a dsvery ma temparta
in joumrelhmr -.oo flewtine of the pisalsg.jeae
R meaactarea, or of the steam engine I me -
ebalec. The value of the opinloa expresed Ia
a newspaper it i euat propertoa to the amber
of peanem whoe vie tse negreat.