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ýy reprreset the of . now b(rl"ae to
be brouajt oat ery shorttly at the Aaodemy.
The me m e ru t ifor the presene; but
lahg ses the ste.sMIw aaseeruip. (Dmuber is
us ot0 ze~efa. i uý and wab * ýº
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+wbe Slott to pdbi.b
e theBrre ovr the battleeald, boys
And w bllets once pattered libe tj,
tmhe p are drIietes it sthe el the air
Alo the hmlidet are sprmiging ele gitm
b, gaen I our bearts my the aaories be
f eroes! is blee or is graye
As new los lt o3 ! For . eve agapn
Mond eyr m as ns dred btelp atey. I
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ave atth dobt.
en DeBar reached beU ledsevei bor hem uth
no" Is, order ti horetm at the eIiani ep of
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e bees woa be par caled be ore the noutin
able sesarances of sh
Mrs. o Mre Wetim arawrle ae bt
osdurtnog the tat. " ahte emoer-.
Msa" k Mr ls., thefi beet t-leat.o, hard ao
ondeat et.Weteos i th bwla tif apair oh hehe
sme dimen he wasd eale beforh a the rumea
boWer dr lu e the woe.o'raetd oe of trMo
rer Oblpeo to the Bt. Charles borx oele, after this
eid. Never a time bot he has boeen reeady
ad lg to oblige every body, and to put hinmt
elf totreabie ees to Io e. We eould lah
t he took away wsh him a harvest of green
backs, and may be padoned In Indlging the
hope tbht iet eason may aee him with ae aaio.
ipeleg of tieheta tea times as numerealy ma he
he dourlg the past dulla eseon.
Mr. and ira. Wathin upon tolbllht, the closing
one of their engagement, will appear in the
entiout drames "idden sad, d" and the domes
I d IIr. ofl "Ireiod as at Was."
b. "Three Ere" will be repeted at the
Aedmy, together with the uald oie perform.
Sthe CWeeeY e- mea weIN b
Nane. Avrrasose.-The sIteeisem of ae
riesals isoled *I the edvertliesmenI i which it
will be meen that Mr. Charlas Brou, cotton factor
and commission merchant, 41 Carendelet street.
has a large and very desirable ammssetat of cast
elel s eal eye eoes, half brig sad of all mae,.
r. Bee is oserig t bep Hees at agreat
e to lome couilgmeat, sad we advise all
tereeted to eell sad einlme them be.
eeaslede their pebaree.
SAnrnro or rm aC. Muaug-*s miemma-ip
Ge. Nede, Capt. . S semeng
for New York direct, witae
following samed peameenrges
Candrynd d wIfe, W. W.lheoe,.
Yhoe.Ulgins.P. Bl.,L . O.?e e' Mac
mes Chai. Yeeig, wrie and se * ws
zat, kr. Adolphe Coad d lady.
pVm 9 Esmu a ogruw.-Oao the amp
od IBndeeis of tChbeILt, eesk, Oaaye
trtailmut w m e
at 2o'ler sd the perIormsgm. e e' a
Io b*le a the keahat Mr. . WN.eedy. 5le.
-, mgemL dee*w si sl ehs ass
sIgjmisueais th ad ba0 he is
see p- by e deh Istes.
ry, w A we cild pesibly svoid produnag at
hem. Geroeaded by ie dives the plastr
SWe the Mhge aereMto er peopi)-ae
"r e W, d, !Y v os " fote es, mtildan
Siv~ed the tioreda s f ie rop were smeftiele
,to st tab i . e cime Oln mdigoes foe seether
. tri letthat year r ee, as the past o besd
lbe, witheet as elortselherby the ieveetmaet of
as OWW or by thI eves verbal enoourageat of
- ethes enterprise ad SoLther iest, to make
Sthe Beth's proseperiy ad idaessee greater.
The aort manubsttured our ootte and our
iratung.a New Ebglaad fernilues wit our
callses Wsad ar schel books, and i masu su
ele at eeoidems any enterprise to state that it
was supported solely by Southern capitl and
Setharn talent. But between those days and
uW raisa long distas; whilo treedisg the duary
ph wdish led out of rtl beight and prosperoou
puss (fat bright and prosperous it wu, spite
of oar aloe criminal neglect 'of our
owe beet Itusuats) into the stem, hard
prfseut, we leersed a lesson which it behooves
w 5 5 at toe moon to forget. Waked up, as we md
de8ly were, to the fact that relying upon our f.
Stm'e' proving the sme as our past, the North
world have us stay in the Union because we were
' n ef ) her there, it did not take uas long to find
out that in all the essentials of life we we re a
completely sel-ustaining people. The long donr
set ment powere which then sprang into active being
a demoshtrated to as our capacity of making our
Selves what we chose. So much for the lesson
eaned-4 leesoa which we can make so produe
tive of good is the future as almost to make it
worth the four years of blood and war it took to
Steach t to us. Now for its practical applies
Our farmers have already commenced It. The
men who formerly bought their corn In St. Louis
sad their pork in Cielnuati now raise enough of
s both on their ow places to supply themselves.
Nor are oar mechanics behind hand. The splen
did railroad ear recently tnruqd out of the factory
at ladependeoe, La., sunoiently demonstrates
what Southern men can do, and the erection of
S ills and formation of manufacturing companies
- n various parts of the South show that our people
se. are at last awakened to the importance of con
castrating our every energy where it will be of
most benefit to ourselves. Such enterprises should
receive encouragement and assistance from every
msae whose lot is east with the SBoth. There is,
however, one more elses In the community who
have a right to demand our patronage. They are
- the capitalists-the men of large means. What
glarsatee have such men .for the success of
e8y enterprise in which they largely
engage, unleon our own liople heartily and sub.
os stantlly indorse them! What encouragement
of have.they to keep their money at home, if out
own people, who are most interested in their so
doing, neglect every means of making euch an
n, avestment probtable? Why should our people
at complain (as they do) of lack of home-directed
oC eaterprise amongst our capitalists, if, when such
n eaterprises are set on foot, they persiteatly die.
ao countenance them, by refusing to place their
ai money in the hands of men who, by reinvesting
T it here, benefit the city and every man la it; sad,
instead, giving it to Northern capitalists, who em
re ploy # in bulidlng up Northern institutions?
to- Or remarks on ths latter point are oceslioned
Sbythe recent formation tthis ty of a company
Sstyled the Eqluitable Life Insrace Company, the
at fadseametal prinoiple of which is that every dol.
he tar of its earinPgi shall be invested ia cltt State
or United States securities, or in real estate to
to caed in this city. The immense benefit which
y. the successful operation of such a company will
ut prove to our city can be seen at a glance. The
dollar which the mechatic pays out to the com
p, any to-day may be returned to him, in the course
re of telde, to-morow ; the dollar he pays to a com.
he pasywhese domic is elsewhere, be will sever
Ssee again. As to to the idea that Soothern men
tmet eenduet et taterprise like this-ea idea
,5 long since exploded-we simply point to the list
of directors, self-made men, most of them, and
ask what eannot such men do! This is not ex
trevagpnt language, for individual succes in trade
le lertanly a high enough guarantee of the success
of a empany directed by men who have achieved
We ev erdeavored to show the possibility
k sad wneessity of the South making herself self.
Ssustaining. Th one way to accomplish this is to
as ist each other in our efforts, to let no occaslos
l y ,lass when we can, by our money or by our inn
ease, give Southern men and Southern Institutions,
wom we know to be of equal torth toith their
Scompetiors, the preference over all others. Thails
seems terribly selfish, but it is a selfishnees taught
0 us by the stern logic of necessity-a selfishness
Swhich were better named were it called self
preservation. True it is that "the gods help
au those who help themselves." Take that old
5 hethen maxim for a text, O men of the South,
Smud let your every future action be a sermon
he J ENTIO.U TIO O.
O. The Editor of the Crescent.
s The immigration convention that met at Jack
y eon the precent week waes largely at ended by
. delegates trom Tennessee, Alabama sad Miuls
sh ippi. Much interet was manifested in it.
a delberations throuphont, and resolutions passed
he to etablish land and civilization companies along
ian. be lines of our 8,ntbern railways.
he The real object is to secure immigration from
Europe, and to colonize upon our abandoned
ng felds an industriouse ad enterprising popule
,. Each company is to be separate and distinct in
its organization, and be managed by its own gIo.
ernere. It is to putchase, hold, sell, rent, lese.
. end Improve landed property, and generJally to
facilftat the development and make avaiinble
th teresoures of the eompany's lands.
eh d6aplmpsy will elect its own enm ore,
end elI purties subscribing lands will reoev cer
tificates of stock, according to the valuation of
It 1b shares amounting to $100 each, in federal
Scoin, are to essne in two classes, three-fifths in
stcommon, cn and two-fifths in preferred shares; and
t the common share will not bhe allowed any divi
** dead before the preferred share shabll have re
ceivted a dividend of ix per sentom, after which
ll dividend both classes of shares to receive alike
Sthe revenue of the company. Beeide., the pre
ferred shares are to be received a: their par value
by the oompany in payment for it lands at the
p moe pries as mreasy.
It is not necessary to may tLt tbhs splendid en
terprise for the material recoustruction of the
South has bees devised by that able fnander,
, John Everitt, Esq.. of Lombard street, Londoe,
. wh promLes, f the South will bat organime com
S.peaks striet sucordamoe with the reseolutom
adopted by the Jackson convention, to me the
uenwce of his popular London frsl ahstitng
s ufnueilely, ad I lIducing imalgeat to our
, ao w ao s CiT-.-One visiug our cty in
S.t .or pleasus would do himsIf
Sre did t he negect to make the ·o
0- quiee of rklen Ou. 8. N. Moody, the
Sgret elrt hig, earner of Reysl md dbal
maoin. We Iar d r tha so where in tde
SBontheren ceeery om de aso la., w varied
m ead so *legast as semutateat of tb gods,
Sshirts, lo vers, elvur emt tol t tea amo e
displyed at the eenems of Oenl Medy, sad
we are atied that by glvg him a l ther Is
m st tstuen at yr rms.te he raved by pur
r wh will hme m blind to LL Lt a ntmot to
rf~y lr h adve.
S Oer t atory, t the aooer ot rL. Carls
amde mu stes, is tie ple whets tare is a
siarwm to . walk is e Ies ste
se --- ti .
a b****tl * minehn e nl
'MW en wa tLh ai Yeaspes j ,.
Stabgb grJat Loadsa.
ntoe p s.er
e Vallmeadluam has ieght Is the. Un miLed
ger, and wi be edr h-hiMet.
Hdsnicast nomtaiep himnelf fore go ae of
sHlm sand tr ha et have b oeseumely lirie
a dced Inate the rivers lnadre and Crase (P'rse.)
Old King Lois leaVds a fortune of twpeaty sil
Eight dootlee wene gaduatsd by the New
S York edial ollege for Woodtm mesly. -
A New York correspondent say Commodore
Vanderbilt I. sow the most unpopular asn I the
It the suborbe hs a sl that reads, A--dam
Stroe, Boot and Shoe MaSer. He ho deebt war
- raat use k.-([EL.
The young man murdered in a haunt of the so
tin clal evil la New York.the other day, was asoon of
re ex-Mayor Wescott, of Jersey city, and laheritod a
ad fortue of $260.000.
s It seems the questia of veselty is net between
)r Wade and G. A. Townsend, but between the lat
as ter and Forney, who Is charged to have mlle a
'rt denal for Wade without Wade's sascetie.
na Madame Vinys' oa resing from the St. Pe
o- terstbmg stage, played grtaIdmther la a piece
it where she had once taken the eharaster of the
I- The Buffalo Expre, apropos of Mr. Dickaens's
poor sister-in-law, Itnvented by the Chicago prese
he to offset Mr. Dickens'e refusal to go to Chicago,
ies remarks that "Bal hbath no fry like mhioage
as. John Phoenix once said that when, from the
- deck of an outgoing steamer, he shouted to a
ry friend, " Good-by, colonel," two-thds of the
as crowd on the wharf raised their hats., sad sald,
of " Good-by, ole fel. Tekkar yerself."
es The reporter of a Deblin feaims paper was
ts kicked out of as Orange meeting, betateed ee his
n- dignity, and announced that he would not rators
of unless officially requested sad conduincted by the
eld hairman to a seat on the platform, all of which
ry was done.
s, A liver at restaurants in New York writes that
ho "we caa stead the frown of a superior, but we
re weaken, in dismay, before the meer of a servant.
at This Is poor human nature. Why it shoeld be se
of I cannot understand. I have struggled aglast it.
d1 and, shall I confess, I have struggled n vars."
b- The Chicago Times complains that too many
ut public recitations have sprung up alice the ad
of vent of Dickens. "Young misses lisp the dell,
so oate passages of ' Juls Ciasr.' toothless old
in men drag out the balcony sene of ' Romeo and
le Juliet.' "
ad The present year is said to be one for the reap
bh pearance of the seventeen-year loostams. It is
s- stated that these locusts made their frat recorded
sir appearance In Maryland in 1799, and returned
ag every seventeen years after that time, their last
d, appearance being in 1861.
U A miser named Peter Hendrickson, seventy-six
years old, died in New York last week in solitude
ad and dirt. He absadoned his wife booame she
1 inseisted on having one cup of tea per day. For
be thirty years he lived on bread a water.
- The miserable old wretch left property worth
A puppy who occupied a private box at Crue
h by's Opera House, Choago, one night not long
ill ago, tossed a bouquet to a well-known astress.
ia The lady picked up the nosegay and found a card
n attached, on which was written, " Room No. -,
5 Sherman Boose." She hande4 It to bar husband,
n- who dashed it in the face of the coaonetted dandy,
or much to the glee of the audience.
S A Hungarian officer who served n the Unloa
S army, has written his experience the Libby
t Prison. He says: "It was the law o Idbby (a
11 law, the origin of which is enveloped in mystery,)
S that whenever a female was mseen looming In the
t distance, her presence was asuonoed by the loud
ns call of ' gunboat; ' and on such occasloes there
ad were desperate charges to the windows, which
would have extorted admiration from the most
7 unwarlike spectator."
If. The African republic of Liberia has jut had as
to impeachment case, and pushed it through to the
Sfarthest limit. Chief Justice E. J. Roy, the oldest
a- shipping merchant and wealthiest man in the re
r c hrime.s apnd msd anors, and 0c L. Paraenas i
is chief justice iinhis stead. Roy's oltfass eotisted
t in dischargiJng, on payment of a fine, n rnglish
s vessel, which the law required to be oonfiscated,
If- for trading betwe the portn of the oe oe 15publioc
IP without a liceise.
n tirse Julia Daly has been playoing in Troy.
Mile Jauaoschek created a sensatIon in Buffalo.
Miss Kingsbury is at DeBar's, St. Louls.
Thq lachines occupy the Academy, Clevelad.
"lRosadale" crowds the Boston Museum nightly.
"Dora" il to be payed at Wood's, Chioago.
Elller's company has appeared in Cleveland.
Kate Fiher' s horse has been sein for debt.
t. Mie Leo Budsoin i play ia the extreme West.
ad Booth is at the Walnht, Philadelphia.
" Mr. Briubham and "Lottery of Life" have
S crowded the Howard, Breston.
d Lott has appeared at the opera house, Pitte
The Chestnut, Philadelphia, has closed for two
weeks for rehearsal of " Black rook."
Mtmss Eliza lewton l the star at theo National
to Theater, Washington.
I Mrs. Drew hre be ved "Ounm" at her Arch,
r- Mr L. P. Barrett has mde a great hit l Bas
a The New Orleans opera trgupe gave the" Grand
in Duchess" at DeBa', St. Louis, last week.
ad DePol's ballet troupe appear in Undine" at
S toz art Hall, Cincinnati.
Mr. E. L. Davenport attracts erowded hosne at
ce the Park. Brooklyn.
a Mile. Marietto Ravel osellates betwee MiWane
a apolin sad St. Paul
, Edm.d Clms and Fnay Stoeequler have gone
.- to MontreaL
•e The Bousto theater ouepsay *coupied the
r. Academy, Providence, least wek.
S Bidwell and Looks are billed in Lowell, Mama
S Meyer's eompay b ave prodo*cd the "Black
SCrook" in Syracuse.
r Mr. Frak Mayo has ha ad munh secess in
I 'lleZoe will shortly maske atogreof the late
S LagrasP se d Erimuoll gave two eea ern in
31 Boston last week.
S Miss Emma Madde will shery appear in the
Mew EaPln d atowns.
m The Boates teSrr £arha wit .bse "White
S The Webb Sisters were plshig at Sorealmsto
S The Macs Swan ha been daging n'hiesi
Mrs, Kembi. eesaesdberismdiusil -hbadd
S Ove Legs an w "gatege Iai isn i. lte l
e two nlhn lest week.
smlm...e * a. ., a. Ia ** u,.4* sa.:
N Whl hapsaed Mzghiy; w
Ihine~ane issi gs shlM. ify hew
ka fl. l,- t i I winl stohe
psgie de mes. ea esL Ro m e. tat i
mirnst Sa M 4 0ota eng tao ty were
f Qoes4 a*s as er as albowem ay
we m sW, td , Bnd he mid InlMdt da
In. I says, "Mise frie, Y edfih ai
@sttie e then stakre, when
fod maer Ipo Asemit wlth this
hr pe e as sfDet out
malng admlsslon to the room, I found lqt of
felfa, some Of aem with ei heads .u
takieg the onah, end so wie right Nd
In other peee' pockets t g anyhing they
old g ! T would have a bealthy nime
feeling I s twrepaperma's posket !
I alkedu p to a wma ktlng at a di with a
pen behind one ar, a lead panil behed the
other, a sheet of blotting paper In his meeth san
his hair fall of saliI wax* who giled a me
like a basket of rd and aske me 'what I
would hape?" I him I would "bare my ewn
way!" aiM be. " you had that ndeirhr da
if yon was blak, but you can't haLve it Rd
Hancock. no astter how black you are we are
supposed to know our bis, and a whale malis jam
as good here ar any other ama bhe haves
prory !" Ba d I, "Sir, altho A my bhair is as
oally n , ork In ait keop it strlt sill
s amb aite Si . a Southerner from Oegar
aber most pf the f. ead am trooy loll !"
Mid be," air on 21!"
"l sh ceeeas of te board, nad I object.
w-hat Ilour ame r'
"How lo are you in Loslana ? "
"6 feet ll Inches, ir!" '
" But I moa how many years "
"14 years, 9 mooth, 13 days and a bhalf."
" Bave yo ever registered before! "
" Nary time, once! "
" Bv yon taken oat your olvilisation papers
"I do't need any; Im a Creole from Orego."
"Have you ever been a policeman, president or
vice presdent of the Unted States, and it so, how
' o, ir !"
"Did you see t to fight into th late unpleasant
" Where our treasuresare, there will ou reartf
" Yr. Hed, I am oheerman of thi board and I
object. Did you franlh the mona" for awyinge
on the rebellion, and are yon ver goi to agln?
" I did not."
" What street do you live o, and what tb of
alrht do you get there?"
" Rue des Hommes, and I get there at the time
all other meetings begi--early andlelight or
after I "
" Bow long have you lived In the ty ! "
"Bow lon in M prish ! "
" 14 years."
" Bow long i~ this dricd "
" 14 years."
" How loang in this preinct!?"
" 14 years."
" How long where you are living now ?"
"Wed, sir, I'm ehrman of this beard, sad I
ob-et I "
But, fnally, a register fler fell is low withm
angelic eoestensts, and said I might vate, ad
began to write out my papes. After he had got
them flled ot, he made me hold up my right
hand and left foot, and take this oath :
" I. A. Read, do solemnly and sincerely and
oeremomielay promise and swear to the pemaee
of the Almihty et. sin., that I am a reildnat e
lea of te province of Louisiana is the United
taes that have lived hbore ever mins boe I
was ber,and expeac to e berbed hen' that
eat, drink, sleep and stel nto o parish of derlea,
and sm 31; that I have ever, aid ever geing to
i that I have never bee president of the
United tates and don't want to be, is oppoastion
to the washes of the Republican party; that I 1wi
support myself and the Coetitutlon of the United
States sad the BRepublicn party, and my family
so far ls I kaow who they ar; that I have never
rve an sold eo r acamphor to the eamtes there
of; that I shall sport the Oetttli nd laws
an licenase of the U. S. (Gnat) and emoodrage
others so e do.e e me ' Dave' BfdeelL"
After doing this my ghthad and left leg were
aseless for an hour; but I hustled up to the next
desk, where they put me through the nae
"course of sprouts;" then he told ee to go to
another desk, where I ent through all this and
signed my nme 3 or 4 times mre; then he told
me to go to another desk, where I signed my name
for a as vely; then I swore sad then seek as ent;
but I wn asked Low old I was, when I om, how
long I'd been onis', who I eome, how long I
-xpetaed to alroomnavigate sad whem I expected
to pam imy chips.
It's fun to reister ! In the lagnge t Mr.
Mrem, of the Ciy Hotel, " boy me and I'll do you
good ! "
After I was rsgisteed I waited to the fun.
In com a white e sad msid he oeuld writ and
knew what he was gedag to vote for; is some a
olored troops who "feught nobly" with wha
ket to earry off his regiatry in.
" Where do you live?"
"How old are ou ?"
"Rathr says [' 21."
"Don't you know how ld yo ar?"
" Lspee aU how I don't, bos."
" Mor where you lire ?'
"No; I'se forgot!"
" Alb right; yoe'll do to vote !"
I left. But afore I left I noliced loi of fellers
what's " colored" as cnd'tld make ythiug but
a poor samhorse, ad them wan delowed to
"retify de Contatoeseun ob de peoples," altihoogh
they alda't read s word of it!
None of my business. I went te rgister. I
was asked queatlon. I am loll.
1 am white to the extent that I wish everybody
wa good and rich and happy, ad my frind, and
Jould red d rite. For rieh Is ti 10 com
sadmats. Pleefaly, A. nua.
P. -.-Tle shove is ot perllitc; it's ouly whet
Braet said be was readin'-" Words, words,
words!"' bat l reglstedrhat I see.
WrItS, t the su iy Cssesst]
Pr TAIAlM PAUJOe 503335.
olen IV-tt he Middlinge': time, 5 ru..
Enter Mesr. Dooley sad Booley, twin twigs of
theology blong to a. genus student of
divinty, q poig a. Mr. Botly said
er., Dli wetr sid rs i bet Oo no mie
nches, d ir faeen bear an ess sralon m.
ge ofolld asplrtlns. Mr. Dooly pars his
heir on the rigt sldo, Mr. Booley on theo left: in
this wy their friends have no daicalty to diatia
guish them. Mr. Booley and Mr. Dooley upMon
0otmIg In, bow shmltsaeously and somewhat
similrly (they are room-maltes nd often dascus
together the proper mode of enterig a parlor.)
They then finod siats.
Ar. iooley (croseig his leg)-Dld you attend
service lst nabbath, Mas Mathalde ?
Mr. Booley (croslwsin lege)-1 beleve you
did not attend ervieo last abath, Miss Mag
dim Maglalen looks swee. Ri Middling r
plte * o, we were not there;" sad Mers.
Bolole sa Dwloo muroes their legs and re-rores
them in the trry I manaer.
Mr. iMooae (paeg ilrg tlarlh hi
hi)-Dr. blbaIn ave er pleaig dInos;
do you not thish so, MIQLMsdal
Mr. Dk olei (fddling excitedly with his left
whlsker)-Do ye admire Dr. Baingolle's style,
MissL MiddUin ad Mi Maglan 3. beh a1.
mire Dr. Bhulghble, and Mr. Dley sad Mr.
Boomy unecrom their legs sad plo their hiads
aably po their bnes.
Aer a tle, r is eamed, whe Mr.
*oerma, ths y~seenthe a. t UiseeldtMe,
and al we arm-4n erm r g emamly ae
Mr. Doory-Ver ,M-en s Ma.
thld; do.'t s yen s , l rr
Mi Ma ; da't asI . Allen
gr 0. D. A. B. P. A.
..mAM soelo n h se ft,
. OF earis is lb .
coSl· 6. e6k ed; dsensl ing
AprLil , 1868.
J. a w ftm'm e5esiqr. a ufes:
is-b' rl ri oe io the *dmg oif ourt }Wee
Ovvio oo nro s(kew * en a ,6
Mow, Okcan, April ,. he68.
J. J. Webi-st , C$ f.a 0 r
Sir-MI ord r h s tie of om t erovese
lant o 5 etSUe gOl oopa e•Uoealatle 1oUS
&his hmer he Depor. Thase helig
as wesd of asnh eier or ledMsiwlege eb hiat
aluded to eb Liso. Metis. Ial ne col h eb
formatio of your sathe a this roieo, aminalg
from such a oore, sem ed soe s arpriao , s It I n
diated a trIf O ed e~ir s e arely New
to my eo peAl . 6
It maol to be mappsose~ hatthe ehset exouave
of .e cpt-wui ,em "mpt " heaes weth e
mlor 14Atiet do nat, whs b-la the
April 18, 186Y, shut" the s.etr of shall
have gosnel otro over the plio.n free . e
ject to the appaevl o the mayor. e shalle
haive power wheve ia his opioaYle t. iges
te of rt r requIre t, to trasfr or ox
change from nee distrio t to another say ofler,
ora s-m8mdi ofer, or prvat. of the police
Moo ie th o ! d4, ao crrises., expressly
preoi that She uteoante of polIce" . l reS.
port to the epplt ofp ad be msbjoes. o hi
Peas e e woetbe lha m o orilemae. YTh
evident ntent of Msottes u ve, above referred no,
i to peoetWab U00nl or nawarrsated later'
asengeby She mayor of the oty h detaIls
of poce datr. i a wor prvathe a owledge of
pothe lf. Th oldeet wmeo d ekl be rstab.
dished bLr or e t, even f oliowe4 by law,
(whb h the opiiMof of ble depwartpet it is
not,) would be, to y the let, a bd e, more
especially us we oe now upon the eve of a gsa
eral election, wheatfentifre populace is laboreat
ounder a state of poldtieal eitement seldom,
ever, equaled, whoa the greatst care and wato~I
falnes bula he riared of the oicer s dieals
So oanbtdlte fe.. auder their oom d, u,
proevet their active uo-operation wIth sese of
the many politicha parers, thereby lesenig their
nfluence and .lor rlb.Leapproach to uamlaw,
sad concert of setiwion ts aro e ms desrableo. Her.
toforo, wbea hsa oeetion ho a reeso. e c
yap weled f1. ovtoeu rseosus. Now 6o e6.le
Sconnected wisthe sausemet of athepoe
de ttral ertde from this sooet heam.
e. The redode " such doea IsO o s t t o
all. Tharteem oife ofud theo poi o rd eay
attention to lastioso given tm withoot the
color of law, p herebse to those whh are
legitimate and lo al, i more thean I ct oompre
hend but that such LI the faret eanot be doabted.
If om who ame peNiseall nterested LI the
great political contest now pnd desire to mas
pelate a portion or all of the ol rfose . this
csy for their ows perPaostes will al aIn In
urmonetable obeha ie their way I the dIeter
mnton of this ofiero to con e the o eat of
the pollee feew to le itis a te fuu nes, ad it
Is belleved that net thea Iw, but to wll of
tt people will ,istrlis eivlen. Very rseopet
aly,7er hela sr eat,,ea sms
1. 5. W/LLIMO e t od Wbse.
The mayor, wpoa reeeeving this letter, a6
dressed tahe fehloi oftal comman alo to
Maor W lsameos:
Msj* J. J.. W , him f et Ml Pr:.
ar - eer order to leet. Ohus. Maids,
ehIitns hoaeSe ero ao Soened D is ti e.
sordeart t, is beoeby supneaded. Prom ar t
alte a elers lag geOls
arpoas ad t r ono of the p for fees
cti fc oepr es tiSllydsn
His hoper also at a proforr e o rges
and tspectlealoas agalst the chiefr, se biwser:
C harge Rrfs-DisobeMonue o orders.
ecYic atno n-Thb t on h 831tt warl~ o
leud. a oiltal oraor mhered " o peeail Ore re
," . wh*oi, a oher thbIs, It wa
tht "P'ellsera . Wteio, No. 20; 1. Di ,
no. 224 P. Eoitq., No. 2; A. Frades, Me.
j. 1. Wildman. No. 227. sa J TCant, o. 222 .
are hereby se ln dfela a tem seeerder's
court, and usldtorepu 4uty, a oUows,"
etc.; and "Peolicee J. Re , CNo a J.
O'Donnell No. 22; W. L. Hanet, No. 0 Wa.
MaS-eld. No. 9, and J. Higgs, No. o00, are
hereb detailed or dety la the recorder's oort ;"
and that mild order wor seat to Lieuteant M4.
dea, Second Disbrlct, for execution on the same
day; that onid 31st of March, Edward Heth,
meyor of ew Orlen. th superior R ad ooe
msndhtig seer of aid WIllliamon ordered
Lieuteoat Madden to sespend the erxeotio of
aid oder stile further ordsa r whek oierr of the
h mayor wan eodmmeaoated to add chief af
priee bytelegrhp, by Leuteneut Madde, and
wa forthwith commuolcated to hImoofilaly from
the dcice of ltooant Madden; bet notitb.
standing ouch order of supension, old Willia-m.
mon. chief of poIlo, did l reply to the comanal
coion of riadl oteaout Madden, on 24 April,
16i6, order hgm, maid Lieutenant Madden, not to
obey the ald order of mal mayor, but to carry l
out the original order of the saied chief of polee,
as set forth bshove, notwfthstadfnlg the suspsuloa
of nsid order by the mayor.
Ctarge s4ond-'neubordinatuon, Insolenoe to
operitor offers, end eondnct uabehcomtng an
oseer ead pgntleman.
8rmeip jir.-That on the 2d 4 a, 1868,
Md sIf of ples directd and siged aemmon
rstlon to Edward Beash, mayer of New Orleans,
omfcalJly, In which he acknowledged the receipt
of the mayor's order, suspendoing the operatiuon
of mid special order No. to of said Wiliamoou,
and In which communicati(on aid Williamson, InI
InIsutIng I·aguas, deanied the authority of sadl
mayor over him, sad his power to conaernaud
the orders of the said Williamson, and allelging
falsely thabt id mayor had so right .to lterfere
in said orders, sad reuse to reooglise slaid or*
der of mid mayor, nspendia th ex ecutio of
said order No. 60, thus tg at desace the au
thority of said mayor a the a e he perlee of
New Orleao, sod setting erample of Isanbor
dinatlon to the ofeers aed me of maid polce.
dpecclaslow .ecowd-That 'In said official lom.
mnounicatolo, doted 2d Aprfl. 1868, of said Wilili
iou to ud mayor, mild Wlltamoo Iatimates that
mid my by his mpeuson of the orders the
chbsf fpeles aforesid derm to use the
police force for poitical purposes, thus lasinu .
log tbhat maid mayor desired to do so for this ows
eats and purposes, and that the mse were a
houful and wora t orprokhewhikch is a
meadleg oleer of id ohi tf pee ad detr.
etal to the good ra der sad eu l- a ate
Fprec atonlco hifrd-Yhat as ie J. V.S
ises ., t. pl, didearn daL
,tt e adsd hi m m ,4 J t mto
to ie is th er OreSe S
t ~ti, w habe tael
into the a te .es
was'l'e a i.b 1Orleaas
Di; 1.Ae eqapuw Tlm.; f."
was Abe0, " man of Er.
w a eAst to a, ppear as
ldr, , at F. Is - ,* ooat ,e
a has oiles "te mayor
-- d li prE kIm.'- . Ihurd -
4. t*dm, soupt 8a e0o1
bs be d pos popular heu
ame I ,, *bltb I the eelebra
Che N ' P wards hell, for which these *a
I @WSke qot. ý T ck of grooerles
I d e r"i d eo m, ilpriace. very r
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