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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESN.2 *.7
VOLUMB IYVII. _ THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 26. 1868 ,
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TIE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY
fKUlra M or a= Mo~K. O TIr BLAODU,.
tILAAMMATIx or r1a j KEX3Ts, OA.
TAREB OF T1rBBLADD .BTK g.
OUTI OR PAWFUL UMINATINo.
ir thml disemtes is rulys a svesign medy, eal teo
mo-'s aret be sod lb i A stbrit doe hI. beea
knhw to eMoleI. mme ee.e ..
Ar you troubled with tht M -ain the *mall to
the beak med thr.ee^ bhLpet A ai.eetlla a day ef
tELMIOLD'S BIUCHU Wanemyo.
PHYSICIANS AND OTHU fLEAE NOTICE.
I maSk a se eet of n eMde. HLBOLDD8 IX.
TRACT BUCHU Is oempeed ot Buace, Caboba. and Jniper
BrC ae. sMleaed with ret we. prered Ia vucae and
accordingl rule et
PHAXKACY ANJ ClSlTRYmT.
Theus lgredths are haumo as the mos.t valable
A l. IURElTI C
IB THAT WHICH ACTS UPON TRi KIDNSTS.
HELNBOLD'S EXTrACT BUCHU,
ACTS OBG TLY,
Iesast It to te n od do. ftw ofm all lajulumo proper
tiM, and immedisae in I.* aclo. •
FOR THE 8ATk1FAOTION OF ALL,
ge MdiXtl Properties oeutalaed is Dispeetory of the
Unlted Staes of which the fallewlg Ie seorret copy:
"BLCIIU-Its edor is strng, ditualve, sn4 somewhat
wromatic te. tele o itwe*I. and emlogous to that or mits.
It is given elefly tI eoo ptldata of the Uriary Oreas, usab
as 1ors l Chronic (Csturr of the Bladder, morbid irrmtation
of the Bladder sad Ureth, diees of te Pr strat· , sad
Reteatton or the lactutineo of rUsre fra a lose of toao In
the parts eeeroned iU tits Oewoeut It hb saio beon
recr-nmeaded s Dyopeel. Obreade lbeumatiew, Uaaneous
Aff&cow ad Dnrep."
YOR FURTHER INTORIMATION
Bee Professor Dowes's valuable works an the Practice of
See remarh made by the etlebrated Dr. Physte, of
S&e my and aill tandard Work as lltedle.
[Dr. Kmuas I la phyTletm of oer thirty yeae' eupOtrkoe
and a graduate of the Jetlerem hediel Colless aod of tae
Lnitvers of Medlisl ad SIwery at f'adelph.]
Mr H. T. ntKLwa.D:
lirrva -In regard to the qaetlois aked mo as to my
opinion about BUCHU. Iwald my that I have tied and
sold the uatlid etvarious forms fo the put thirty ers. I
do not thi.k there is aa form or prpartion of it I hve not
unod or kawn to be Med, Is the viarle din e where such
inslcate agent would he ladlested.
You are ser, asunl as myself, that It has been exte
otivey employed to the variou disease of the bladder and
ktdueys, and the reptastie I. hb uqsaeuied. it my jadaieal
b wuralsed by the fact
I have seM and used. as eto waled, every form of
BRUCHU-the powderdleav. theeI mpeI deootlem. tiatuar
1uid extracts; sd I am not c lseaist of aey preparation
cfthat plut at allcquaL to yourS. ightbe yns xper
knce ought. I thi . to sIve m he right to jdge of he
mterit, and without prejudieo r upartiait, I give yars pre
eeodme over all others.
I rvaie your Bachu for its oea Iatliets. I hae
cured with It. and s en red with it, mNr dlleese oj the
tblader uad kid. sys tha I have -s eaed with any other
Burch, or ay h r proprie y eomp sad of whatever
mams. saeestaitj ew, am,
eDO e nTur 3. b.,
140 Weed siet, Pittabas, P
ASK POR HRUABOL D' M IW D ETiAAT BUOO .U,
LARGEST MANUFACTURING CiHMIST IN THE WORLD
I am aequduted wi t . T. eimbeM; he oeapited the
drsit nore oppodte my reldeune*. l wea saces fl oi co m
dacting the bu ss where ethers had at been 4a ully so bh.
fore hi. I have bhee. t lerbty itpeesed wth his charaw t
er nd teiprise.
WE WEKIdBTMAN (0rm of Poweos We*ilbtamaJ
Nitth ad Urwu streets PhilBdespbht.
Thebpropriet r h ba tdaced tomake this siemet
from the fact tlhat ~ l emadie, atheagh aLrted, are
And knaowil that the ltelllgent osthl frem aelg arytt ag
pertait.s te Quacteiy, or the Petest Medldae rwder--most
of which are pecpeard by self tyled Doctors, woo are to
Utnorent to read a ~bhyldan's simplest proecrlptlon, much
lee rompetent to prerare Pqarmesatilca preparttlons.
Thse parties rrsort to various means of efeoctug iMes, *u'h
as c.l.yu ailrtuof advortiLeuent of pepapir remedies ud
reisthng with cartifrates.
bhe Scd.re of MediciMe stud SIMPLE. PURE AND
M AJI ETIC, halupne f hle t i , leda huleat lotr pillar
truth alsae fr t capital. i
AL WO x> or o Cra.'xoiw'.
Hrelth b mt lanpertat; and the afileted should not use
en advertised mrd cine; or ray remedy, uMless s crnteant
<r inaLtRis ua Lre kow to uthers beides the maudlersrer,
or ettil they af AtslBd of teM qualBoUtieeo of the party
Belmbold's GOalMs Preparations
rICID BXTRACT BUCNU.
FLUID XTrr eT orAsANAmLA, 1
AND ITPSOTUY U1n WARB,
etbliohed upwards of Elghteea Tes.
PREPARED BY H. T. HELMBOLD.
IELMBOLD'S DRUG AND CHEMICAL WAREHOUSE;
41 redtway, NXow YTrk.
ANP DELMBOLD'8 MEDICAL DEPOT,
1*6 *esh T.wtn Sa se. 'PMUa4lha. a.
trIG Bs alU BOi. . O rp0B3
CHE ORE8aONT'8 DeIPATOE S,
GERAtINMGRANTS FOR VIGINIA
CAIADA CLAIMS FENIAN DAMAGES.
AFTEB T= WHISEY DEALERB.
The President's Objections to the Bill
Muzzling the Supreme Court.
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
Bill for the Provisional Government of
NEW ORLEANS CASES IN THE SUPREME COURT.
WaSIrisiTO. March 25.- bout fifty Germa
emigrants, of both sexe, broughtt HBaltimore by
tle new Bremen line, pawed here en route for
thilr new homes In Virginia. They are to be fol
Io wed by some 10,000, who will soe homes in the
The Caadian Government will apply, through
EnglaRd, for damages, Including loss of life,
c*used by Fenian raids. This movement compli
cates the Alabama claims question.
Ithe House amendment to the tax bill Is very
stringent in Its penalties for illicit distillations. It
makes sales at a price less than the tax priii,
f1ire evidence of fraud, and direots prompt pro
cerdings, including snspension of revenue ,ffi:Bra.
In his veto of the bill muicling the Supreme
Conrt. the president says the same reasnas whi h
t ad him to approve the first section compel his
"iahpproval of the second. The tlrst secuon pro
. , l t Lte jiL of proe.-i. v .ui r* C'&o i iciuo Ue
(ii.u by the inferior tribunals and provides un
formciy' by appeal to the Supreme Court. The
e.-ord removes this protection, heretofore en
j 3(d, in questions Involving liberty and life. He
cannot asent to a measure which proposes to de
prine any person restrained of his or her liberty
in violation of Constitution or of any .treaty or
law of the United States, from the right of appeal
to the highest judivial authority known
t, a* our governiment. To secure the
: rmings of liberty to ourselves and our po)terity
:s ore of the (delared oljec's of the tei-ral Cii
Rti~ltion. lie objetts str.sag!y to the retr,,-tive
features of the second section. maintaining its in
harnionionunepi with the spirit and intentio.i of
the Constitution. (He speaks5of the tupreme
Court as combining wisdom and impartiality to a
gIeater degree than any other authority known
ui.eer the ortita'st).o. Any act whi-h may be
coijtrued iltto an attempt to prevent or evade ite
decislons will be held by a large portion of tte
p.-l :e as an admin-i n f the uucoustuitiurona!iy
,f the act on which its jndgment may be forbil
den or fPrestalled, and will check that willing ac
quiescence so neces-ary to the harmonious exern
tio;n of the law. T!;e president apologizes for
hb brevity, which wAnt of time compels.
Sietatfr-Anthony offered a resolation providing
a seat on the floor for the agent of the associated
pri ss durirg impeachment.
ttewart introduced a bill creating a provisional
pvvrrment for Alabama. It declares the Mnt
,oni.ery Constitution the fundamental law of the
-tate, except wherein it conflicts with the federal
(Cintitution, and anthoraies the State otIl:era
elected at the contiauational election to q ialify
end discharge their duties as provided in the
Montgomemy Conoitation oa the lat of May. It
Irovides for .convening the legislature and the
submlissio of the Consiatution, which a majrity
of voters shall ratify. The legislature will be re
qirred to ratify the four'eenth article. The dis
ir, t cn;manner is to frnish all aid uecessary to
enfo ce this act.
The Western railroad bills were discnssed. The
New England members opposed further assistance,
cli inlog that these grant enabled corpirations to
coiitrol the finances and po itics of the se-tions
through which the roads passd, and claiming
that the Western members had undue representa
tion In the land comrirtees.
Revised rules resumed. The rule fJrbidding
"rideis" to appropriation bills was discussed.
The president's veto message was read. The
vote occurs to-morrow.
Senate went into executive session anl ad
Iloute.-The tax bill was resumed and discussed
at great length. No features affecting Southern
interests reached. The bill finally pasedl. It
goes back to the Senate for concurrence. House
'lle hepublican congre*eonal executive com
mitte Is in session, discussing Southern perplexi
Internal revenue receipts to-day $319,000.
Aujreme Court.--Armstrog Feoundry vs. Uni
ttd ritate, and 8t. Louis Foundry vs. United
Ptates, both from New Orleans. Judgment re
versed and new trials ordered. These are eises
in whirh machinery was condemned for making
Confederate war material.
BrnTnls eo the *sote hilp Alezxdrll-The
Vlrflnia leeonCtrcnetlose Cvenilua.
IThtcn-iyi . March 2.--Tl e steamship Alerin
dria, trim Philadelphia, with a cargo of assorted
merchancise for ichmond, borned at the wharf
at c'`v Point this moruing. Ship and cargo a
in the convention a resoluntion was introduooed
appointing a cinittpee to ini ire i Ito the con iuct
(! Judge Underwood, the preidjnt of that hbdy.
I he resolution enbodies a letter irOm John Hawz
hurst, chairman of the lel:utilic 'n Suse exe- utive
ci mmittee, publuhed in this morning's paper, in
,:h ch he states that Underwood. ij a conversation
about raising means for the Republican party,
said to him that " if we favored Chae for the
presidency Senator Sprasue would give $100,000
,or the use of the party. ' and that " two men in
hbe Mtate would give $1000 each for nominations
to Co(greea." As Judge 'uderwood was not
tlrreseit the queation was laid over until Wednes
iLe disfranchisement question was taken up
tld tire amecnd'tent oflred. disranchising all who
vo'ed tfr seresirnp caindriate-. etc., was strongly
tppred by several leadinig lrepublicans including
oteC coiored member. They quoted private let
tere received within the las few days from Wash
-urn, Kelly and other prominent radicals. adv iing
against any further dufrsuclhiement than what
is prnovded for in the reconstractoa sets. The
.2.b, . disfranchised by the propouad
s-i<| idimerts was estimrted at from
1:> Ot to 50,000. Nh tlnal action had.
FROM NEW JERSEY.
The felarteeltk Amedmelnt tr the CeOtLI
ITw>.row. N. J.. March 25 -The H Inie priced
the bill withdrawing the conuen: of N-*w Jersey
to the ratifleation of the fourteenth article, over
the guvernor's veto.
FRO M UBOPL
The Hluse of (Immeas Passes tme B1ll
A beills (nrrrrh Rates - Prsee **p*.
Ies's V5Ilt to *erla--Wlertelber AtSII
Prurwsa-Adloernment of abe Corps Lee
LoniON, March 25.--Wortemburg has chosen
anti-Prusslan deputies to the Z/ivarein.
PaIts, March 25.-The Corps Legi-latif passed
a ball concerning public meetaing, and adjourned
to April 16th.
Ltmano, March 2sl-The House of Commons
paissed the bill abolishla church rates.
YV1ia, March 15.-I is stated Prince Napo
leoa's it to Berlil ws Iteaded to prevent the
abeorpMl of Poland by Rasia.
15r OUTrHW ?ST FAM.
Porrwwsr Pia, March 2t-11U.0 A. .-Wlad
Arrived: T s L A 'arwell ater,
merchasadew Ma slieu toC. A. Whit
e*y & Co.; ie-e .ilma , merheMa
die and imiu . to 0 . Whitney & Co.;
steeamshitn Lom, Horve mater, from New
York, with merchandse and ]measegers to Geo.
A. Foedick & Co.
The boat that went in search of the dismasted
and abandoned brig Jane, reported uy schoaner
Angelina on the 23d binst, returned to tie Paes
this morning,and reports seeing no signs of her,
Liter a dlilger,' iareb of forry-eikht hours.
Evenig.-Wind sontheast, light. Arrived
steamshnip Harls , Lewis master, frm G lrveot n,.
-.trchandise and passev-rus. tu . A. Wnituey &
Co. Balled : steamship W G. Hewes.
LosrTLL3. March 26.-River fallim fast; 11
feet 9 inches in the enal. Weather warm.
VItcIraao, March 25.-Up last night: Last
CNance at 9 r x. Down * Lonsaille at 5 p. M.,
bimuarck at 8 r. i. River rsing.
LrroN, March 26-Noon.-Consola 93Q@93J.
Livi roo., March 25-Noon.-Cotton firmer;
estimated saies 12.000 bales. Quotations on
I.o xtN. March 26-p. x.--ecurities unchanged.
LiVirooOL, March 25-P. x.-Cottin and bread
stuffs unchanged. Lard quiet at 62. Bacon ad
tanced, 42s. id. Tallow weaker 4ta. d. Cotton
*hipment from Bombay, for the ufrtaight ending
March 14th, 29.0mt).
L.onroN, March 2.5-Evening.-Securties o
l1ivearoor., March 25-Erenini. -Cotton closed
active. -ales 12 (00 hales. Middling uplands in
port 10id; afloat 10Iilo .; nmddliug Orieans
N~w YoTi. March 25.-MoAey very active, cloe
hlg Lsbrp 7 for calat. he treasurur sld $d;o0.U in
gold to relieve the market. Nothing doing ir
bpsiness paper. Stocks ac'ive but heavy. Sub.
treasury balance $101,000,000.
Ni.w YOuIK, Mairch 2 -('tttni more sative
nid Jc. better; sales 451( bales: mi.dlinag 1,i -.
Flour fi.mer; b'ate f9;l!1; BSothern $3 3ý;
14 75. W',eat qnet. ;Cori drcbniog: j''hna
athite $1 i .l , ; jellow $1 2',1 l 3d. Pork
heLavy, L'l (;2. (;rocerie. jioet but .rn. Naval
httirle quiet. Fre ii a tiro er: c' ); > ti -6.
'lId 1l.;1. lttrig lu Iv. 5 20s of I -2 coupoun
dii j4 F i ur :;v : ; :! . - l.i'v :- staok
, arce; liowPru itre't s-u, lii'i S :l 7'f' lI "ill.
hA eat st'sdv. Corn himu; wllie $1 1l ii ;;
yellow $1 1% 13:». P',.k ni n1. bitc l anuidter
14'c.; bulk hbouiders 114.il 0.
CIrNINNATI, March 23. ; !'..ir 'inc'angd -dull.
Wheat dull; red tirnter $2 ;37(l.4 4:. Cour .5c.
Oits dull.67c. Rye $l 75. HBil'y circe. Mess
1:ork held at $25. Bu ;r mneas he'd at 1I0',:2.
Bacon htll tirmly: sho.uo d-r 12, .. sidea 13jo.,
, , ir sidts I1'w'. L ;d h,- d at 1,,j I. ,) - gi ar
-tiemd loians ITAPl'- C(hp-ii . -tly 14'7tlt;c.
htIuler scorce adu ti m at 4t(iA2. Eggs dull
.iT. Loris. Mirch ?) --Thaeo !nac'ive. Flour
firnm; anpetfine $7 25'iH 50. Fan .y $i 75@14.
Sirnter wheat $' .-'._,, 7. C .r.i ~ 'i lt. (fatt
t;i(;71c. Fall barle) 12 70 Bye steady, $1 70(
$1 75. Me.s lurk $2'.l3 2;. ii., ou lhoitudere,
.lc., clear *lues l.c bulk meats duil at 10@t'2c.
Moi;o:ii.;. ichi 25. -Cuotto.--sales 10';0 b les;
t i,a ,d iimitd i: n ark,' ' .1, ,0 ri , hut tirm ;
a* ili;ircis a 24J(21 ; receipts 312 balesa
LOltSVILLe . March 25.--ioJ.4- -Sales 259
h' o,.; nup $»'i(,»,7. colnii on to tie 1I.,f $7 50U
$t0 50. Owen county cutting leaf $24 25. Cot-.
tou-bliddlings 22i/2'c. I lmr--S 2f$t4 50S
upe"tfine. Wheat $2 41';,,2 45. Co-n --flled
in tu.lk NOc. t-Ut (;'57ic. Bie-u pprk' $23. hLd
in ir.ea- 1fiP911r . iilk inito iin har teil. Ba
con-Shoulder 11 c., clear rib sides 14bj., clear
iider 151 ., fancy hams 17c. Whlsky-ltrw
$2 20 'rte.
A/.k.iTA, March 25.-Market firmer. Bales 4G
LaiKs. lec'eipl.t 225 bales. 5li.l.ia.gs 24 .
SAVANhAH, March 25.-Cotton irm. More
doung. idUings24ic. iSaleb2 bales. Receipts
CHARLESTON, March 25.-Cotton inactivr. Ra!es
6 buales. Mlidaging, 25c. Receipts 398 bal.-. Ex
ports 103 t ai- cor, twise.
Josh BIUllIIn's Amnwer to ('rrespeodents.
" -Moo;.l--Street dress s are worn here almost
uiuar.irn u\ : in fart. it iz !nilio<.ib: ie etw see eny
kb.d ov a femail in the 'reetA without some kind
ov a dress on-I mean srret dreas.
hI !ey ate made in the bLape uv a dinner bell and
fit .:st about az tight.
%t atertall are a peg lichber than they waz. and
sotn wi' be worn ,n the top of the bed like a
ro, ster's ct,nhb.
Hloop skirts are closepreefed, and tilters are on
their last legs.
Kid gloves are the rage in lavender; the more
the lavender the better, and the hair eddys in
freot like a nest ov yong whirlpools ijut hatched
iut, ar.d drops down behind from the waterfalls
in oe link a foot long about the size or a rope,
with a pocker coming out ov it.
" L'artn,. ."-1 re(eiv--d the rat tarrier yu sent
me Iby the Merchants' Union Expres lastevening.
aid gave lini a quart or milk for hiz tea.
lie pocktted the milk and wagged for sam
more. It wade him stick out Hke a false caff.
He slept sound last night, and lasn't waked up
yet. altho' it if now 10 o'clock thlii morning.
I have stopped writing to tickle hiz noze wi'h a
rln, and lie ir now ltuhing things around the
room for anm rata.
He has just tipped over a Chinese god, worth
' dollars. and broke him. He will git rat whea
mi wife conn in.
Ho can't find enny rats, and iz now chawong oph
mi little boy's toe-to his shoe.
lIe iz now crazy for rate agin, and will smash
the other vase ugin I'll bet.
There ges the other vabe, hi thunder! and tow
Hie it now out or mind, and iz running Liz tunj
cLt th:d in.
lie wants to go out or doors and i hare let him
He haz n'lst fonnd a poor little hby in thL stieet I
whom he knows ai.d the boy seems to k',,r bin, 1
at d they have gone round the next block on a run
t., e'ber, to ire cnm'hing.
He don't seem tow cmuie back.
It is now to-morrer, and the tarrier don't seem
tew con back.
My aife i: glad oft. 1
I anm out 2' vaes, a quart of no milk, and one
Mi wife set if i ever buy another pnO, she wi I
put hint to inimeJ]'te" s'ak in I.e ri.i'rn ti,, Ina
li wife is one <.v them ki:I ov wr um n a'at
In-'t nra!p e' T y st.-telmentq ":i'ea thh"V are trae,
-o )un needu't send m, * Pnty niOrer tarr:er.
(;. de Ferie, tile popular anction-.ir, swls th:s
lay, at 12' <'," k, at the Mi- *,... v' .oi - A i
ioneera' Exchange, va'uable buildinKg lte on
Esplanade street, between Boarhnn and R yal
streets, and inimediately contign us to the pal dtial
reoid.n-e of A. COr ifp.el1, ',!un'.le l,'it in tihe
same square, fronting on Bagatelle, or Bourbon
streets, and very chdicoe l. a ,,n l'eace street, with
a tice family mansion or Creole bomeltead erected
on the same: valuabi" hbai'is stin], No. ';i1
Moreao street. used as a beer i; ,u e, d: 1 s; ]ealid
adjacent buiding lots: a-no si:.ert, lot in St.
'Philip street; housee and lots on Morean street,
near ERghein street. near to.' ;,i e':.t 'e:al:-is of
the Levee street cars.; It on Damaine street;
agreeable residetce on ;p iia t:eet. neir l)auphinl
and a two-story brick re>idence on !'y-iaon 'ietd.,
street, oplorile the l'onich'rtrain o air ,ad dep )t.
For particulars refer tl ,iur adverii uag columns.
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FASHIONAInLE CLOTilihIG AT RBDLCiD PPICes.
Messrs. (;arthLaite, Lewit AS unrs, fashionable
clotbers, 31 and J3 Camp street, are selling their t
splendid assortment of dress and cansimnere suitjs,
abirt and furnishing goods, at greatly reduced
price. Also a very large variety of trunks, va
lise, carpet bags, etc., to whlsh they invite the i
attention of the public. This stock is camplete in t
every particular, and we know of no place where
cpe could be better suited, both in price and ma- I
tertal than at the Tulane building, 31 and 33 Camp j
The storlee which appear in the Chimney Co- a
er sad slailar papers cost about twenty-Bve dol- t
Iar eoebh-this is about the average price paid to
Yathes for their manueMrtpt. The illustrations
cost a great deal more. For the simple drawng
of the picture on wood by the artist som forty t
doll mare charged, and the engraver gets s
much mere. Thus it coset eighty dollar to llu- c
trato a twty-fve dolla story. It is eMsi to
write a poor storyth it is to produs a good 1
) %oral nutgrnr.
,r iePronvoiAL BaVIrnTrr .-Arthur Gaston sad
Cl,,ton Abadie, two youths, have been amsted
i, the FScond District, for catching behind a city
,'are A few more arrests of this kind would stop
the praetise. prevent many secdlents sod cause
pareLte' minds to be more quiet when their young
ones are * out."
The psregraph which appeard under thiabesd
lfg yesterday, representing a "young widow" as
aking a ridiculous observation in regard to the
religious discourses of a "celebrated Catholic
preacher," was inserted wr'hout superviAry
rnction, and had it been submitted to super
vision. would have bee. rejected, especially for
its frivolity and irreverence.
it Judge Emmeraon decided yesterday, in the
SThhid District C< rt, that the signature of Gov
Flanders to an act authorizing property to be
bonded in all cases of provisional eeizare, which
act, passed by the legislature at its last sesson,
Gov. Wells had not signed, was a constitutional
approval by the executiae, and, therefore, the aot
was law. The act pased at the same sesion, de
claring that the governor and the mayor of the
city shall not have the right to vote at elections
held by the New Orlearn, Jackson and Oreat
Northern Railroad Company, was not signed until
Gov. Baker signed it, and the ruling of Judge
Emmerson applies to it aa well as to the other act.
Under the ansplesl of the Prumsian conlt. Me.
I nrasheedt, and other promiseat Germna. fead
are be ng raited for the relief of the peot iff Bg
fretia, who are reported to be redeed to a state
of famine, by the failure of two successive crope.
The benevolent movement wa started only a day
or two ago, and already a handsome sum has been
iubscribed to the fund. Contributions are being
ni de throughirot Europe and America to aid the
The result of the fair held last month in Blafer's
Pui:linrg. on Ct'al street, for the benefit of the
(,erman Protestant Orphan Asylum, haijust bec i
oiliinal!y announced. and the figures show it to
h ve been one of the most successful fairs ever
iven in this city. The total receipts were
$ 2''4 I2. ar d after deducting all expense the
sum it $7:i;- :;f; was ie t for the asyluin.
bl-<( r Havitaud. if (;alveatop, is in town, en
dl avr,.Lg to secure military action on behalf of
il e fit arcial credit of that city.
It is unthorittiively stated that hereafter the
c 'y cinnlidr'edl Ioan ai d r..llroad tax will be re
quired to be paid in greeLtbacka.
Baker will be rslime; in the 8;n;te chamber at
\i chairer ' lu tituie at:, ,'clloik this m ironiig. A
imtnlirr o wit essws for the di feone arrived here
oi, I oe dav evening, from St. Mary parish, by the
be river was at a stand yesterday, having
rei (i ed a hight of tour and a halt feet below high
waser mark of 1.6;2.
i e saw a little darky on St. Charles street the
".' tr y. with gr',r.n, rinoiruth, the whitant teeth
ia:.d e ,sli. a kii v i,;te, irid. oih heavens! a
iso ci0 n rev, iIe IP bstli upon Lht forehead. l'ruly I
he bore upon hia fea;u:es tle atamp of his us
The tempera'ure, yesterdar, as shown by the
ttlrrinoweter at C. Duharmel', corner Bienville
t.i:d Chaitrea trerts. was as follows: At 6 A.
6:., 6il dcartes; at 12 u , 74; at 3 p. u., 76; at I
6 M . 7t.
A meeting of the Spiritualist of New 0-leans
ani vicinity was called last evening to take neces
sary steps lor the celebration of the twentieth anni.
vera gry of rtio., rn s, iruaniisin.
(Gneral eynolds. during his brief period of
c niaLd, m de twenty-two a!puiutments to I
I i ce in 'Teaa.
The Board of Assistant Aldermen have desided
to ave the names of the streets placed upol the
corner lamps, on a new plan propoeed by Mr. J.
The chief of police informi as that the city owns
a portioto if round at the west end of the
: *!:r t ri Ma:ket -,,.iht e to esthibliid a poli:e
saidion up D. A bui d nr containing two ro ma.
a' out twelve feet square each, would be sual
ALMOST A PICID.--Early yesterday morning
i irer Earle found upon the wharf. at the foot of
.ai lim n street, a young man by the name of Ed
ward A. Ileinche, who was engaged in removing
I i· lothing, evidently with tr.e intention of throw
in, h-merlt into the raver. Upon being arrested
and bronght before the recorder he stated that he
i.ad ^·,nii from St. I.lis abojt six months shet ,
str Lad been in bad health. so at times he did not
evnl know % hit it was that niled him. The un
turrrate .rng nrman was evid-nt;3y nrffering from
.ril: e ental disorder, and the recorder therefore
-eitt him to the sayium for trea'ment. His friends
hivt since been Informed of hi- whereabouts, he
I vinl, wandered away from his residence some
ATrtirPTFrn SrcItTr.- A man named Stephen a
Fittnerly, rei-tiding on Adele stsreet, between t
I on-.-esu and Fulton, about 10 ,'clock Tuesray
night. attemp:ed to destroy his life by cutting his
tr-at wiih arazor. He wa prwvn:ed frou acc,m
plishing his purpose by Officer 't 'op, who wrest f
ed the terrib!e weapon from him. lia wounds
are not dangerous.
Ar CrirNT.- 4 !itle boy, while playing on Levee
safeet, between ieventh and Kighth. accidentally f
t-i, down and irjured hirnirlf so severely about 1
thi body that he lost his speech. He was taken a
in his parents, and is said to be in great danger c
of his life.
HltAVY SWI)DLE.--A man as stranger, we be
I:evt) came to the offce of the chief of police
i cterday, with a conmmn wooden box, fancily
ornamented with shells, worth probably two or r
,hree dollars, which he declared having purchased
from a vendor on the street. at the price of one
!'.irerl rdoiars. Whether he has since maoe an
ffidavit against the swindler, we have not been
able to ascertain.
A MYi-Trrtort- AFFArR.-The body of a negro i
nisn was flurd, destertav. in iti swamp, about a
ir. btrk of the City ',ark. Hia pockets were it
t.' il : w d. li'h n ,iurr:ly !adl. to, the supp,)si
' (,'tii 'n he was tho vict';r of foul play. An ex n
,turration of the body did not ilicit whether any fI
wounds had been inflioted upon it, the dennmpo
srtirn having reached such an advai.ced stage as
to leave ro possibility of tracing the manner in n
which the man came to his death. if it was throngh u
violence. The coroner will hold the inquest to
MisArPRsnuaNsioN IN TIla CITy CorICIL.-A ti
resolution was adopted in the lower board of the I
council on Tuendey evening, appropriating twen ft
tJ five dollars per month to estabiria a police bta
t < o in the neighborhood of the e.Breton market,
wliich does not meet the reqrniritinme of Mayor '
11 a'h Crr 'aror V'r';UI:i, -r. t,' t , ,t ,f po!iz , a
alo have taken sieps towards satiijing tiih a
.linims of thre rr.hblorroodi Ilintio~ied ahich lhas
ntfflred grest:y, recent!y, frnom the depredati os 1
tl rirffian* irile-lirg the city. iTh reaolition C
ad'ipled was rntc according to tlie rptnrt of the a
ct irn itee itn [ I-i-( ar;r rl'ral:i. roin our re w
c'rctii U of lie teprlit, it faI. ed a ',ri;; appro A
piriati<n towards building a small station Ia the B
iocality mentioned, at the aamr time p
re-orr mending the h. i ti, acrc.pt g
1.f 'ft-r of rire of thie tc': t r0i>es if the F ir I
i;r u;.de lia.;e by tte hei.o,ia',,,n. to be used
'r1 ir /:/ as a police tation, nntil one couldii he L
hutiirt ry tie it) iin somni' ,ther ierrtonr of the l- C
tested di-tri t. Cut. uritrtun.rtely, the report ui
was so unisnirterat itad t! .t te resol.iion wra
.doltted in, a ihave that v ii nit mtnet the emsr
.t cly. 'Ihe rouncnil cut1 dr.i nothing better, in oI
ur iliiin, 'rai rT-co'anif er their ac;i,>n of ruea - ni
laiy iabt, fur the cane is one that is ol no little mr- i-i
. rit. \ c do ruot exa.err.te ;'riia we state thit a;
'lie gentlcmi n who live in the environs of the a,
I eHreton Market are often kept at home in the
Sverning Iroru mpiortant busritess in town, owisg
'o tl e dread of their wives and children to remain In
wihbrut a protector from the burglars and thieves w
who have vr.it-d tih ir homes so f:equen:ly-inu t
one case, over a dozen times In one year. tI
In the uippr board a cr~iinrrun'trrnrion, not a nt
/ * 'ilion, from Mearu. Paul Waterman A Co., was g<
read. asking that action be taken on their petition
t, ectablih floating baths in the MiaiMippi river.
Mr. Dewees moved to lay the matter on the table,
whieb was, however, lot on the just repsenta- ac
tioc of Mr. Woosey. Mr. Deweeseaidle made
no objection to the petition, but he did object to
its language, as it did not contain any of the per- "
ticuilars o the bath, or where it Wa to be placed. a
Anooter mlaspprehenion exiats here; and had m
the communication, which is exceedingly plain In re
its wording, been understood, no maistleer oh. sh
jection could have reaseoonably beep male. It l>
simply called for action on the petitioa This pa- ci
t:tion ia nearly three pages long, if w in ezist
ence, and very detailed. It was firsnt preeented to
the Board of Assistant Aldermea on the 16th of re
Jnelatoal j, who referred it to their eoialttee aa
on police ad health. The preeat board am i
asaumed It functiou, the petition we prope aI
traausen to the c6mmittee on streets i o]l
laog, wbere it liagered untB sbout a eouple u
of seet ago, when, after dPsgat reb c
the origial nos being fond, a dnpicete wa u
handed peronally by one of the petitj ers to i
F. W. Perkins, chdia~ of th eoamieatm ta
trti sad tandtga of the o edf of ADslatt
AMmrps, who from So beginbat wae awre -(
Sa~enst"We. h matter net coming a p ba tf%
Stmhe w. e amtwhtlad4 hIg efrts at the
petitrlse, they fmelly eoeela to eed oi
colimunincalke matioed ahy ve. Three weeks
Selaatd, but thriouh fondtfaleNa we elines
,hie time. it waas old before the lowe beS.
The pet:tloners then ooFclued to place it T1 to
heads of Mr. Campbell, eertary of the dpr6
,oard. and on Taeday last It was red to that
body. What bae beesme of the dapllite of the
vetition might be aeoertaied by Mr. Deews,
caOkrman W She t sets uad ldiatiaga owmittee
of the apper board, from Mr. PkibM., ohaibtra
of the streeta saod ldinga committee of the lower
BomAR or POLIO. Commsto~wam.-T-hi hoard
met ta regularseasle last evening. Mayor Reath
I ir the chair. the following members preseet:
SMetars. hbelley, Couroelle, e. M ary and Ear
hart. The following eas were diaposed or:
Officer J. B.Paltron, No. 399. Second Distriot
l pohe. charged with negloet of duty, was s.
pended for five days.
l he ce of oleen Oerhard, PIlasita and
Cuomings, of the Plirt Distriet force, charge
with extorting maony from J. J. Mclene. while
te latter wa a prisoner at the Firt Distriot
statin, was dimissed, the charge not beg ob
Officer . His 3e. 392, TUrd Distriot p ,
o ef uslt at deta. wes am A S
tIs ameOf omoir was *-6 " ge.
)ndl fr ftelen days on a similar charge.
E. J. Meutumeier, No. 369. Third Disetrn polli,
was arraigned and found gatily of sleeping on hi
best. Suspended for ten days.
W. A. Carroll, policeman No. 112, First District
police, for neglect of duty on two different ooca
,unDs, wa suspended for fifteen days.
Officer John McGewan, No. 124, First District,
clargod with neglect of duty, seolud charge.
p raded guilty and wu soupended for ten days.
Officer A. Gautre, No. 452, Fourth l)intriot
police, was arraigned on the charge of nnomfler
liae conduct, in tnsulting two citizens loitering
about his bet. The charge was dismissed, the
toard considering that the officer had done his
IU. Guethelin, policeman No. 2U1, Becnd Dis.
triet, was uspended for twelve days ort a chvie
o; neglect of doty, and three days additional for
appearing late before the board.
Officer J. A. Martin, No. 21:1, Second Distriot.
for fltteen days on the charge. and three days ad
di ion for sptearinp late before that body.
'ihe charge of ailing to answer their corporal's
call against policeman Thomas Dorcey. No. 187,
aid John O'Bries, No. 133, First District; and the
(chRge of neglect of dn'y against Of er J. Hig
ipiai. No. 3:1, Second lstrict, were all dirmin.ed.
Uffioer W. Thornton, No. 313, beeond Dnstriot,
"r a siniilar charge as thi above, was suspended
tr,,n the force for five days, with three days ad.
.itii.nal fur lai;.ig to appear in time before the
I', li:cer.:n Titomas )Ogle, No. IA2. F.rat District
lolice, havirig failed tu appear before the board
l.t a char.e of neglect of duty, was distmfaed
from the police force.
officer James SHllivan. No. 16f, First D!strict
p'cloce, appeared to answer a charge of neglect of
ido'. and was acquitted, but he was anspended
iron the force for three days for being late in ap
pearing before the board.
A t,.iilar rcepi nitn was inflicted upon Corporal
.los. Hunter. Firrt Diintrict police, for appeauing
late hefore tfle board; but he was acquitted on a
charge cf neglect of duty.
The hoard then aodjurned to next Wednesday,
at 5 o'clock.
Fair. DIsFrIac Couav-Juidge Iowe--MrcA
'5 --John Kelley. colored, was found guillt of
stabbiotg Gutstave obertson, colored, with aswOrd
Jerome Woods, one of three negroes eomaih
sii ned to pick tip poor reople's goats and im.
pound thiem, for the bei efi of. the street comins
biner aid hil gang, was tried for asealt and bet.
tery on Edward.Cooney, a boy ab oleven yein
olf ge. Edward ad been sent out by hi father
to graze a goat on the 20th Jely lat, and wast
the act of oraving the animal hoeM, when he wee
set upon by Woods and hst two aeromo pmaloeS
who took the goat from him, and Woods ksooke
him down and beat him with a whip. The jury
foind the rufian guilty.
i rits Rothkam waa contvted of suat and
eitteiy on A. Adler.
G. W. Cronan was found guittyof obtalning ffty
d: ,ars from Jean Larav, as an advance uponp
w-goo, which he sold to Mr. Legay but never de
blary Jane Walker, colored, pleaded guilty to a
chirge of assault and battery on Theren Barroa,
J. L. Wilbur pleaded guilty to a charge of as
liu,s and battery un Fraok Barge, and waa sea
terced to pay a flne of fi;te-n dol!ara.
Eiizabeth hayburn, colored, pleaded guilty to a
cl arge of stesling ten dollars from Edward Brown.
In the case of Thomas Wiimams, colored. In1
fornied against for ltie larceny of two hundred
p, t.nds of zinc, the property of George Rice, rolle
'rosequi was entered.
PIECoonvER NEVILLt ' CoCRT.--Etle Harris,
colored. arrested on Julia street by Officer Brind
l.y. on the euppotitonn that she was Insane, was
se t to the asylum yesterday morning by the re
,fficer Pale yesterday arrested Israel Temple,
colored, on the charge of cutting and wounding
another colored ma named 0. Smith, on Galemrte
e'r et. Temple wa remanded upon being at.
reigned, to await the result of mitth's woundi, a
which are considered of a dangerous character. I
M. McNamara, John Dilloa Sad George Amos i
Atirereon, the two latter colored, were arrested
by Officer Brirdley for sleeping out, and were
sent to the Workhouse for sixty days. 1
Forr other parties were also sent to the same
institution for a similar offene.
IGeorge Iee, tihe colored mno accused of steal. t
ing a gold watcin at the recent fire on Poeyfarre 3
Itreet. aLd hb'rh has since been claimed by Dr.
A McEvoy, was sent to the Frst District Court d
for trial. Bonds fixed at $500.
RicoEDER GAPTINEL'8 COURT.,-BIrd RBadgers,
arrested tor t(ealsg two pieces of blar e ir,,u
iEkwurd Vincent, was sent to the Worknuae for
n nety days as a vagrasnt. i
Mlr. Murphy. arrested on St. Peter street, on j
Treaday afternoon, when she was drunk and in g
tue act of behaving on tee atreet with aboeklg
ineceonry. was alao oommitted to the Workhouse
for nicety days.
Fome years ago the region about Clyde. Ohio, t
,oflred from an unprecedented drought. It
r., ;.r *' a i,.unt., Pro ,,;-.., - i,j )f re .tlin that B
s ia, i;,n ntirely. A total failure of lt e orop i
s- ui d inevitasie. Every one was in despair. At
I : ith tIe niuiarters corilctiong the Miithorl.it
('Comiererce tooik tie matter in hand.and sit apart
a lay of iasltig anrd praer fur rait. I',ae ulroung t
w.a. beid .0 li; , uc: a.lud was ;rgely at'enl=d. as
AiOL.g the preacL ere aene!,leid was old at',er u
B - , ated more for the blMateesa of hip ex
preesions thou for polished delivery, but withal a
g'od and faithful worker. Toe old gentleman
!,.l ira;. f.tith lt LI " !itcanr , air ivu'k<' I relief ti
" wiltout furtbher delaj." ie lthen prayed tUe p
L',,d wruld blene them with abundant crops, es- b
lt:iaslly ol corn, am)aug. "And .uw. 0 Lord, give a
us a biL crop of corn this year. Niue of your b
I t'e I.ublint tow. 0 Lord, bnt gre.t bip ears, as a
ar.g as) tr arm--a!i'' Whtether the explicitness ti
ol tlre peliltln brought about the desired rueultitr
ir t, i o one knlows; but certain it is tuat it rained
li iroreuli that very night. As for the corn crop,
i.u;;.,Lu. . tl.e ears mlight not have beenu " a long t(
at .er arm--ah!' the yield was heavy. is
A CArTr B&AU. H I t fnirrs.-Yesterday morn
iog the carpet-bagger Coua, from Dalt cuoonty, 0
us* habndeomeiy whipped on the wharf by a weu- JI
keowu United State official. We did not learn a
ihe caone but preaume it was for some impoertl
iie.ce. This carpet-bagger was thrahed by a
gentleman ia aontgomery a day or two ago.
i foble triban.
It is proposed to build a suspension bridge "
across tLe harbor of 8an Francisco. t
A Waahtblngto paper of a late data esays:
" Judge Chase's poetiUo is: FPrst--LMahood
nflrage. Becond--Resamptlon of speele pay
meat nea ae as possible. Third-A torffor Io
revenue. PeFrth-Roeeoostrctflon O the ls of
the legislation of Cobgrem. If, therefore, the ea
Demoeratle party ehoose to take hei apos thee ol
cendities he will doebtleo aoeept."
A putr letter san that ar dtdItooT Jry It
reporte. Some&Msg ifbitig h ab afiaL nr
sad D-kkwere Tsrya by fr a weather is ya
the direotla of OMe. oawe wY thir
wt they fe4d Shemt to er ewPoti,fkl f
opater. On iringh hia r, aelM sre
wereale aid re mieiry lay a ig eSh I
'eeart. Tbeaumrle. ae tole sina ,"
and the whole laineof twoe hadred eata U
is now bayI --lqd on Ses e -wly-lka ft
d~ate. of Cornior. Vern-e
T -, .pM -- r O ----a--w, T--te
Till he p0 of a.
ite A saik iod M i t Di ' rese*
i fotta 4
*It lamte tfe tp Cr eye Ioei tuert
r Wsfed, Commlod|Jore hw aMl G-e
aft pnrrty o e6 ameg M tIaMP
I The evlevtd iq4*0 tr Wi M i i etilk
Swill be empteoa idhl sprin .
The isa 1 i abWrbsu M artO e t
Amerrica gileo tegls.
Tb. Te T emsw dhrls" Atteol ft $ em
S110.l000 tho f* d for th * otlre tf the M,
iA ma oem of the u rto e ar *s * ;t
e. m.e h ..... e sMe_ k.oa . oLr a r.
;It wIr hdly b bel4 id pee- le. buatt t a
OrtheleM trnth, boat this year ae to
* I bt all, tha'o tha ey we et! .i
Hon. John Morisnr y wan aereaded a aidele
at Little Book. B sepe|niled by dimng se
alaet uas the hr.-(Bz.
Mrs. UMbeth Dod gh nh bee hppeaMted i.h
apector of toebeoo, arff and olgars I ma ladia
(Iis BOeton man, f the Demoouatio presism,
paid P for ay, twelve htIa eoa «qeooe of a oM
tain disappolBitaet ia New Bemaphfre.
Gariboldl has wrlttea a letter to the Unoitol
States miniter, Bor. George Marnh, doliang to
be agent for the United States government
Admral Farrgut wfll be oblgd to ema at
i, ume iur or Are weeks ua coa|equense oe a
Sver aboeeM whUb has broken out oae hi le
The lirmbeirm of Mahle are elatd over tei
winter's work. Me prevfoe reen ooa oompars
The exzerineae of a Bostoc deoa oi ma
necesry r h ai to irve p stle e. le * telg
atumps re not eoceptable contributions a M
Prday ventIg coiectioes I hi- ehurob.a
lb.aelos popeolat of the Bookr MeMael
rtegioMtr iadrl ~ed by oer 60,000 perlsm, Il
the people in geerol are gineog ae iaoeen
tetuua to agrioalturn.
A misrly maiden lady la Sprinleld, alma
ebhoetta who s worth severa thousand keep
a wstortag.pot eonstautll by her relde'to aMeek
the eOeM iMn Of eM oerl.
cbalgent pay her Uedges lawger g alov e. me
sny other tte ,It 41Ibe Uio, 00e afc * ,
l rn»is roaka int, ad aoe t Mih s at
$it000u ad 4000 l osen ictlf. . '
Geseoth Beadsem Is to haM a s-elkee to e
Dect Munt TeUmn. Indles, with Giny.ilg, IB
'rlo, fer A iaes of a20Boa, sed have M oes
pleted belege CLristmas.
Paris t m new lady vieliontl Me. Noran a I
ruda, wo iseoldtobeequtaltoPafall. IeM,
be n n agle, edour ted ,la IoM, ad adsitodl
at Swede. te hi tCweyn*ight eaMs ef ageg
a peselt m a sens t when s nly l M'n.
-h-e Batadl htr Mireklu pi. ahW*, .6
senteaod freta pg 473: " ~ohe I s n enga
betuy oe lte the devi Ia set, theyu ws
erd thel me. The dowl hO Godla I Ised , Is
mad satlrd w-s ad gadi eatoegh O ereaeY
The Liga (]y.) OMsette uMdertaede tat
CaptaiOn . C. Meeg, brthe of Geneb a Mem 1
isn, wn m preen to ~ shmond, , Yreta, about
the let of Apri, to brn the reonma o(f M
brother, Geperal John ern, home, for lte
n.et ela o tere ty t Leingtte.
Tkhe elower "p erM ' from the New TYek
Herald s a odeof luidity: "Soadlaylftroon.
youon lady la ble velvet maate, ooNMpami d
triend ia Ublk welt eleuk aud usler hat, k
plwd the ring to her blud's Igmrlma ban
your friends, who left nets, dOir your s oequa
Hea eter m to) phen ay that the IMaptlioM
strMst and peelpleaney of Amerian VelasM
spoled big plasuthe relt of twotyyrm'labor.
He had ffty thoeosad men ia Ireland, amd lUl
wutod froa Ammric wa money. He wa gl
to ot s whe En id was ied i a ferig
We le fro a the Ple. a newr lith ry olab,
somed i after tla oer emm ir ial t
bh o mienee a ades of meer et a bea rd.
sIn at t- farst meetin s th of itste b s.
The sbject elicited a great store of leainl Msi
eloquence. The prinlcpal speker was of opteo
that ladire' train shold be restricted to fve
>rJal, or tihremkets, i lenyth.
The% eaava of pilpgrn from iMen Nod Mo
dina left Dad Me n eb e v th of Febrary wib
all the aouolt aid tradit aoal erumoiaL It
will, n usual, slop a fortnight at Meerib. a Tv
lope abmrt forty males from the city of startig,
in order to alow thboe who hare been delayed t
join, and oa or aboat the 2d it wa uto sekr
firlly fort te two hoebl etles. The umaber f
pilgrim thyesr Ih ea- e l at twelve r y thio
We noteed last I nday that a few youlna
tiemen, oanacompaon ed by ladtes. t re po
tre ir cilar. Ths was not merely discourtoos,
nmlit have beer decidedly di.agreeable to the
.adies, oad we trust to see no more of lt.-[Pio.
It we understand the implied dictam of th
Pic. Joong gentlemen should not smoke except i
the company of ladles, sd ladles must be fud of
smoke becaue It is "decidedly diagreamble " to
taetU to be" **naaPeO ied."
A S. IAn d&pt t the Si, asp:
TLe roote to New Yore via New O0eas, for
tr.4iltl jrtation of grain in bulk. h beoomlag more
npa u r daily. The towboat Kellogg, whIch left
here Balurdry evenlng. bad eight barge( i tow
ilth 7000 tone of freight, amoog which wM d3,000
bubherl of corn for New York. Another bargp
w;r!, 2;; 000 bushel of corn for the Ma ne destita
tic i . now hetre. All ths corn oame from pointt
on the Illlole river.
George Alfred Townad wrtes from Wailag
ton : " Boutwell s the blaek-haied energy of this
impeachment; t Mir hoMdl the helm; Batler i
in M i mateop with erbiine to pick the ememy
offby glib shots; Steveas i the admiral dying Om
deck; Wha ad WBimi are the beady s
men; Lona is the boatswala who ca yell rto
loudet; belt Iotwell is the stedy wi4, blowing
strong aft, to eary th vemt late acoUoo."
The Picaoune enters a gteel protest agalPM
emohkg i Prytia strt. It is of opepilete
that refaed wven shredM i the resort only
thoeo who " bha a tost Mr something higher
and purer than the graMltieM of aUmal tlste."
Among ts reas for this elion are the follow
Pry a ostrat Is not only ose of the p(-a.
est, bwt. in meay nraepts, t mat m -os a
of our cty preaes. Thelontg lias of ele
kherl u ,ltoeIr low veom, ari dol a·tt
ton to t wea ay ner ii sertal of the
rna«,~ays tI e ** .; the imple,
yet ale t, tole ts o lr a whbo do ta,
jre re berrtwsrr a I th r. promaeim
wf.e f u a th r& hr IMe o*s tao
fai nn b web hri hesithfl phra et