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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOI.UME XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 6, 1868. NUMBER 226.
TIIE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY C
.RRITATION OF TILE NaCK. OF TIU 3LLDDEI,
INFLAMMATION OF TyH;. KIDNEYT, CA.
TARRH OF IHEBLADDERLTRAN
OURY OR PAINFULURINATING.
For theshee dlmese it I. truly a eoveran remny. ynd ooe
ft,, ec r nt ta hst.ld nto It pry5l A elegl de has been
lnowh to relievr ttl'e nt arent symptnms
Are yon t(rothld w th that detrmeslnr pain In the small of
te hark aend thronlh the hlp5e A teaspooaful a day of
")ILLBOLD'I BUCIIU willrelteve ee.
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS PLEASE NOTICE.
I make me eerot of Ingredients. IIKLMBOLD'q ETX
TPA(I 1I tU "- o. pot d ,of IBu hu, ('ubobe, tird .unitper
BIertlee. electeld wit great cars, prepared in varco asd
oecording to rules of
rIIA]MACY AND CIIEMISTIY.
These ier'rdient are knlown as the miot valouala
iarco3 wae agrcsd.
IF TIAT WilHtl' ACTS UPON TILE K[IDN~Y.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
lesnrt In tlate and odor. free from all lojnrioueproper
Ues, and Immdiate to Ie acti. .. t
FOR, T1E PATTPA(PTIOON OP ALL,
ae Medlcnl Propertie etontlned In Dlpensatory of the T
LUnlted S"e l. ' wtl'h the followine is a .,rrmet ,ipy:
"BU'tIlll'-i- odor is strong, diffusive, and somewhat
aromaticr. Its t(ist blte-lh, and analo~onm to that of mint.
It ,o gi',l crlily in otmlplalnts of the Urinary Oorans. enh
as iir sel i Iroutlc (atrrh of the Bladder, morbid irrttat
of the Plodder gad tretha, diseases of the Pr itrate. and
lirtentio or the Irontimnence of trite ftrm loes of tone in
the parts conereed In Its evetnatina It has also he.n
recommended in Dy-jpepla, Chreoic Rheneamtsm, Otaneous
hJecons anad Dropsy."
IORt I-V'1 iTH E:It IN F, ~I.MA.TIO)N
(ie Profsseor Dewees' valable works on the Practice of
HSee re.a.rki mde by the celebrated Dr. Physe, of t
-Philadehu ,il 6
hoe any and all Petnderd Works on Medicine.
'Ds. KsFi oalea physicia of ever thirty 7 'eeriTetnee t
asnd a l-i.dupte of the .lJeff-roe Udical tldlo.e ran of the
sirltsity of mlediase and uregery of ?Philadphia.l
n IIt. T. tIIcIscLD:
(IA• t1a--In r]ertr to the question asked me as t my
p;nih, . )out 1 t1 ' ll'if, I w. ,u l tl any tlht 1 h-ve h aI d and
eold tle art cle l etnsrit. f--(u for the poet thlrty ors. I
do not tlikh there Is any form or prelaration of it I h re not
used or known to be urd,t. I the various d.naesec wher such
edlate agenImt wt ald he indi-ated.
Ye are aware a well a. rur.Itf, that It han been exten
ersely emploved is the vasrous diseases of the blidder and
Iade'ys, and the repoutle" I. has aoquirle iAn my jIad~ at.
I wo.nteid by the 'act.L
I have seen at ued, as bheire staed. every form of
1l c'l11 -tIe pwdared leves, the simple derotlon. tincture
fliold extcu: and I amn not c"o-(111161t of My spparati n
c. that plant at all equal to yours EghtLen years exper
ers.e o,.ht. I lll h. to rive me the right to j).Ie ofr lt
:rits, iiut phrejudice or partialy, I give yours pro
eed.alce ore all otherl.
I a t.,hr tra i 1 effects ea patients. I hese
seed w tiit. and r~en oured with it, more siiesses of the
blallde eant kid eps thiu I have area cured wth any other
ui.'hun or asn h r prnp mitary compo nad of whatever
name. Respect:uolly your, etc.
U1, O. H. KEYBUR. M. D..
14) Wood street, Pihlburg, Pa.
August I1, ild.
API[ FORl UELIlI.,D'a FLID EXTRAC t BL UI'.
LARGES( MANUFACTURING CHEMIST IN THE WORLD'
I am acquarlntedr wIth tI.. T. IIr'mld. he noenpltl the
dror ·,ort "pp eite mo rcetlo.les and wsa si uccire i ti-n
fam b I I l I.r ben flOrbhlP iilpre~sed wit hii chrar-
et ald er leic e.
WM. WKlsLITMANI (rem of Powers A Wetghtman.)
]inth and IBrowrn treets I'liladeph.s.
The prrpreltor has bt llidsed tn'reahe this ettaemnt
I.u. ti e :'tii tht ht erenttieti. a though ad4ertisPd, are
IAnl knoeI th.t the let'eer'nt refth·thfrn tung avythlg
p ';I . to ,hrn. eit r Irthe P-t nt M'el'ioe o*ter--em.t
I It o I re p eprad lty nwelf tlled Dlctorn. wo are t o
ec c, ni.lelt t, 11r0 are i'narler.u til'l repauratl ,n.
ThIurs 1,t soi rcrt O l ilrltlrtnsl tin ofttiIll fetin t.E Inb
t ctltys l ' ut ,'f ndterrise\el s o! poulor remedies rand
rhi~~,gia ,l re rtiiiten m
the l8lC .r of Medylictne stands IMPL1, PURM AlN
:t A. 1- I1 hnlr-r rtt forttbasis, ladactlo for ItsI pler
ruslh a lotie otr it apittl.
Ilual Is l:,ei lirportart; and thke aN;rttd ehoted not ane
or at o .firz U 1 tI rt, oi m renloi.s, unime t Ith ioilat
S s tiy dl. it - * o* howr to -thern irniles the maiuartr-.o
th tbrtl y are atastsid itf te quiadcall 5 of the p.-ty
Eclbo!d's Oenuine Preparations.
lfi ID ETRACT BICHU.
I lID EXTRACT NA3SAPAUILLA,
AND IMPROVED ROSE WAsI,
Retatalhed pwarde of ElteeIm Ter.
Fr.EPARiD BY &. T. BRELBOLD.
iLMBOLD'S ORUG AND CHEMICAL WAREH3JSE,
lt 5raedwaw . hew Yore .
AND BEIMBOLD's 3KDICIL DEPOT,
£ Seuth Teeth Umt·ee FlaelphiL. IPa
PilCR S1 I rT IoUYY L 1Z 3 701r $96
Iod tr - pr5Ut.
BE UEsoEITB' DlBPrATmEB.
ALRGES TO BE IVESTIGATID.
linham's JIpeachmemt Argameit.
HE PULiLIC DEBT STATEMENT.
eta Two to Ore for the Acquittal of
HE SOUTH CAROLINA AND ARKANSAS CONSTI
WamN&irTiote, May 5.--ll,use.-The speaker
mi-d Banks, Thomas, Poland, Griswold, Blair
,ed ward and Beek as comaittee to tnvrsti.rit
ashhorl e's charges against D1)innelly. Brooks's
iarge that he (Hrooka) mlae aButler disgorge
U n,0, w1LIh 'zuler had stolen iii New 0 lean;,
as referred to the same commirtee, The qies
n froni I;oyer, whether the word "gold" i ,v
:id plate and spoons, was auswered by the
esker negatively, and the proposition thatt the
mnittee ext, rid their investigstion over Huttler's
tire adii,ibetration at New Orleans, was re
'Carey moved the withdrawal of the tenth arti
ieas uirtenub.e uJder the U use proceodiaige of
aturday. 'lie pea cer decid-d IL a pri ;laged
itton, and pending a vote on its reception the
In the lnipeacltment Court, Binghamn argued
.at e, il intent Was not necessary to COnvi;tiotn:
sid that the coutu-e: ariumient on irs aubije :t
ps ut irie, ald 1o! tit for the A rre of the .enate.
re Iatnstamed the uniry o0 the appiiluting and
intival power. raid ithit undue weight iati been
ie-n to the debates rl :.;, aid nialtt.aned that
elacnOlurstrtiin, wats oltpeachabie. lie neld
,t bhernlarn' r nn.rk,- r g .i ,,g Cabinuet otlii,'r
ise not apposab e, he.Caue when the Hill paeard
a nleligly ay:d dauger- ue chlmra :er of the
Sridetrt had nit been drevel. ,pl. lle de,'en i: '
rltton as a il:'.,r,:a; ed ad a la ,le-rd othher
he bhad provd faClliiui nil ,ng the faithless, and
, ie who, in all the qul,'tle, whi .i adrun and
,iole hum.in nature, was unexcel ed in any age
,c notry. li, characteriz-l- tIl,- 'I aaru-t
gtn, tite as ne:ire babble in the ears of the ien
i. Hie regarded the co- itlti,,,ality of tle
trre of othiee act a a closed question, an I said
,t alit r voltic on it three t!nie, setatirs wsh,
iesioned its ciorstitutlonali y were theinselves
o.0-nchable. n1tham con:li.des tiomorrow.
l he reconetructtuu coumlit:eo met but did
li' , debt stetement shows thet th1i d,-ht hear
g ciin Inter, It has Iucreased l.,t:u0.'o)O . lfast
earl ,g cutrrenc'y irterest dvere-~i ei $21 2- I , .
~til debt ii'iere teed $2,100) (Csi. i) ibr le-. cr.-h
Sithe Ireasury has decreased $l',,oU>0.i0.
It is stated tiat lenders, n, F,-,s.l tn and
rnies have each prepared an -'piaion Iloking to
Squiittal. This is improbable but betters ;on can
iction are hoidirg off.
Nothnig has traer; red rezarin: the r-utt ine
mirrow alter Biugham c:oses. IHe will close
htnt 2 o'clock.
Ihi. evening's Express says the feeling to lay
ir ng the radli-,s . as well as I,.mlc'ra., I. that
e Chances aie decidedly ma favor of tue acy utt
I of the prigsiden'.
ltie eve-ning' S'ar says the hears hive it in the
pacnhtanut *'ck o trnaiket t )day.. Bets of two
S-lie for acquittal are oilrred, and why, n-ib uly
It is stated that a majority of the reconstruc
~n conumittee favor the admesaln of the Arkan
is de leration on t!e c ;mpleti:n of the Impea:h
' r.t trial.
'I he president transmitted the Routh Carolina
rid Arkansas Cion ii:tlui.s to the House. ILe
rred to the reonutie;liton committee.
.ludge Pac'Lhar, Inlian agent, with delegations
, n the Choctaw. htiekUanw and Creek na lli
iied Grant t,, dsy. Grant asked the,' t! stati
ir plans in wilting. The tans aoppear to in
Inte their adn.lssin to the Uluno as a State, al l
ruffer to protect the Northern l'exas frontier.
'the Methodlst I plseop ,1 Coafereme.
('1it, ,.i. Alay 5.-To-day's sesilon of tie
i-ethlldnt I+Epl-copal conhelrence wais largely
,pied with the presentation of m mrni,"r i-. p t:
1i nl aid remunttran'es oin the sa lh'' t .f I ty te
ricietitatitn. At ton o'clio k thi" (o" ! r oi the
;y beir , the pcL.iipal aJdlress, thlat dJ,, m-n"
i s reau by bi ;lip bnpillon. It is a very ahb
lount ut. tltltlluhing upoiin Omoat of tile interest-i of
he denuonnationu. Its reading was listened to
Aihb atieutiun. In re;erli,ce to the organlatiou
,I a missin conference In the -ecent sa ve States.
It" aiddrr as citntaiw s full iuI!rnaitlon, and re , n
a !:.di the adnuslion of their delegates to metra
in lr S:ith there are now 355 mini'ers ai'il
l I ti t) to lu ber. tihe church at i itr-, is ' . ' I
o -s, t o utelsipl , valuei at lie trli f" i li.;;
Iln the etl pie t lI laI. r, irei t tll1 n it ezpr. -ses
Ite olin!U that J's ius piuttauce deiiaiidls caruirtl
1 hi ai-rrti gives a very fl T'teri"ng a, " 10* of
te ilairs ut the chuchll during the pas. liur
leath if uln, .il,.re tidgely.
i:rtlgllton ofC the Srltldh .ln'· ry--Ir
Qetma I5efuses to' i s l rSet the thsiguaiitn*
.ii I lilent to eic Dissllve la th. Autusum
I imotr. May .,. -The mitnirtrv tave reignc I
I ,t n tl.e rtf Ini 'l, b,. lrd ltln. y arh
I M alcu. l ury r- I .te to serve nuder II sirs..i
,I: t:e ltn;-e ! i' it wa- ui; re rden:ed for i
: iti. r bi atL ty i ~r'tylive iu lJourtly tJ unl'
:s t o 'o i-t rt ii. , Tae ii i'" ass 1'';;, (
}+. n iiri-tr3 - tih driy oit tLU Iibi-raii w ,a, ' , tr
I :,wip , i . iese ly atl.u'l. Jbhy m ast,
i i. lheersr ) ]Liy had ua bargai a to me.
Jli lrr:gt ald that Latraeei akedl thile fnI i
'', I -" I' " t l.-ii.utlna n·a e that he unitht ke I
oiftr e gi" l thlr l ut te Il ist l't, y.
Mr. IlnlaeiiLa'ked why the UIouse had n-Jtpas ci
a vote of wanlt of uotll tie.ir'.
SIt dh i at ,,. 1. :- : . i l rh .' ti'iestilin is fixci
:,r May Th.
'l e c.w iUinistrv I tnot ret form d.
Thl.e ucet ri-tu- ,I to r ce'Pi lii: tel's re 10'1
!.n a, d 1i. ". - e. ,tl'rg liteIPtI tis itl the " illtr'
* 1. tiuor the crcs'Utatsti-. -~ t> cun'.,a ]
I srl amsent wt be Iisalved ;n 'att:mn, whae
tI new frali-hIllse iiil c<nlee to 11 ,er .a'ii.
I, -i' , My . .lr!: ir ' t lo tte I ,nio a
- ni' - l,• .. li,,, er -ri i,,thi iii,, of ili
o, , ,'' . i - ii in Luie Iluo e (t .i 14, t: ' bh
,,ii l I: it to the n i-ri-try dlisole partaul--:
S!t ervt r they pi tc!. He ,aid ponh a I,-w
Ss u' i-t al. as it t:L the Wunih ,,
Srrty 1 t, deal with rlisons that have nt yge
.li-en. lie a-ked for an ex:talstlont of thi
-alteLetnt aud cL·otradi-ttd llraeli a statement I
lserarlh sail there was n-, dicrepancy betwee
a statenent's. If1 toad, ' ered ti re~ign but t.
',iteen had decli:id it. lis all.an to the quee
a.a to dissolve parila.nelit when business pe
nitted. lbraeli tatid that the ritht ti disloiv
arl anlnt was only rest rvel in esae an issue a
the Irch church question shouod be pushed b
Ngw YT , May ,.-An engine want throng
lhe trestle work at ,Ieree) CIty ti day. Enainet
nrid flremlan were drowned. Totese thousad em
.rnts arrvred yesterday.
tH;varmter, May 5.-Jtdge Watrons opens
'he listtrac& Court this morning. He gave
; ngthy and able charge sustaining the canat!'
':n talLy of the lvl rights bhil; holding th
rtedmen are citileaw, not by virue of congre
.atal iee'laision btl by coaasltttiuoal law, beir
bhorn tn the otIl.
I toIVo, 5. R., MIa 5.-The Republican cO
Yjtlofn e ected a full delegation to Chicago.
e.ciutins tasorig G(rant for the presidency.
a d the Impeachmenat of Johnson, were adopted.
'.ipatebec from Botleruad Wakbuvre wereveti.
to 'he eeet that Johnson's removal was certain. as
Jactso., Misr., May 6.-The work of the con- F
vel.tion to day was nal~mpo tat.
The Mtslasippt Central Railroadhasbeei leased ti
to a lelaware corpeany for sixteen years, the T1
lessees to asseme the entire indebtedness of the ft
roed, except the debt to the State of Tennesee
hfe road is to be returned to the stockholders at
he expiration of the lease ai the same condition
•a delivered. Arraeaements are being made for 7
its extension to Louisville.
Ncw Yioaa, May 6.-H. J. Messenger, banker, a
tailed today. d_
Vrrcasrt-, May 5.-Passed down: Quitman at
t; P. hi. River rising.
Illrit.it iE, May 5.--River tstionary-R feet C
2 iucl.es in the canal. Weather warm and
FROM 80UIWEST PAll. c
Eocrawuvsr PAss. May 5.-Barometer 29:1 fi
Wind southwest and light. Arrived -Spanish
hark Carmel, OGerordo. Malaga to Aveudauo
Brothres. Arrived at Pass-a l'Outre--hip Wild
r ntier and a bhooner Billy ButtL. Bailed-Steam- U
chips (Gen. Meade and Orental. n
,, r. x --Barmeter 2i:,0. Wind southwest and
'ight. Artived Bark Egerla, Statirtt, Caritiln
44 days, railroad iron to master. No departures. C
L.o.-imt. May 5-Afteruoon.-Console )1i34~. P
.lvitlii4,L. May 5-Noon.-Cotton qiet anl a
:.-atdy. .ettuliated sales ,(tnt bates. Snipmeuts ll
for the wet k ending A pril 24th, 42 0 IO hales. II
I.IEitroni.. May 5-aftelrnoun.-Ctotton dull,
Ini.It an utntavora',le trade report: prices the t(
iane. i ti t advanced to .aS. Wheat d2 , 'te1. w
l.:rd tending npwrd, 70.. Pork declined to R
-*2. e1. tither markets nnechanged.
L. .vloN. May 5-Evening.--l'ondals 94@,t4i. i
In .it, i ,li, Ma) 5.--londs liru, 7.,.
1 %it . , 241 . b .-- eic ar " Gira ier. Ite ut -l60 I!. .
Il.ti t.t'ot., May 5-Evening.-Cotton easier; '
price irc halls ed. al
\ t: ovn. ;.r.y 5.-Sterling 11.1i421,.. (;o d
I.,4 i. (;,,a rnir s lirni and ' better. I'it1u, n
u,,. llLunuL ; sles Ii Io batles. F our unsettled ini
-;it c. 'lin r. \t heat active, but lr 2c. lower. at
C r - foutlf rn ye io. $l 21): mixed Si 1 r. I, 17.
u. u u ee pillk 2 1:i l2. Lard 1 i i1c . GrOce- a
rite quiet 'and steady. Fre'ghts firmer.
S ,ix M\Ly liveniig -Moluny easv at 1
7' ; rit. I', ire di.eraunts 7't ('Ventral and a
tie I l cent. lower. Old bonds ol7lrI-OA. new .
lit 'r 11:1; of '47, lu:t, lu' ; 7.3un. io. ; , to- p
Ii-. lio I May -Tnhaseco. lug1 to medium ri
h at 0l 5' (4tl. Floor unchanged. He n, J t 3547
7, ;e. Mesa pslk t"' L i0 Fnl. ',I h ''tt 1
~res 1713. Bacon shoulders l4c. Clear aides l ijc. C
Lid 2c. \l hleky t2 ,20.
11l,,:t Er M:'y 5 -'otton qno*ations nominally +
t'.t hnted, Htolders are iot disposed t, sell at
I Pnery' Iotast. ree loou bates. Ileeiptsi 4l
I , e . ti
t . c~a-'rt. May 5.--Floor dull-family $ll' b
11 'in. Wheat 5. it (,7t) C1. ('urn r9're't4c. Rye
$7 1. Oats 7;tiO0c. Mess perk $28 50. Bulk
, r.- "' ". ' , i.,e. Itl.on--houiders
I ;. rib sides l7.triclRc., clear aides 19c. Lard
S(,'L.,'(. tit Cr ,ot,454 . Eg na loc.
I , t -11 i May :,.--ales tobacco 20 11hds. I
ii it - t i.il i 'lc-: ; 1in 1i 2 4"I 7 75: COItrilOn to
no ti : ni ii (fl@ 12; lair to seiectiun, nl S 1.; 21 . Ctit
3n17. - I,ui-nupt.rtie $'i 73'i,; .,t; fancy
%% , L. , *. W . $' 2 $ 5. 2 it. Dats t. '
1' 'n "-,'t. I Lard 'Sutt2l i-. to tierces. IBaco-n
u,, der- Il e. t iar riltbed sid-s 17 ., clear
les 1,.ic. Bulk meat'--hlllllt 'r 1 ' *.. -, e t
I;,i. aSus polk $2. Prime mes $27. Whilky
Nvw Roi.0'i AT (;suiai'a.--This news the
usarcy lady trier da and patruons of our enterpriming t
ill mib.- w.5i Inil with pl asueu, as it i+ to i..m n
t ,) b ,l c to f, r chliice arInd Nleit re I n . ! .
rut, rrilg to l.i adaertisement in thi llrllirni 'as
I ii- ENT. It v ill be seen bhat he is just. in recelot
t a nlt llii,vi.et of tew and readahle book-.
bfr. t;reehln hasa ione of the largest an I mont conw
,te cl llectins in the city, and is ready to meet
riv deniand made upon him, wholesale or retvIl
. iih promptness and dispatch. tie is seting
I o, kv at uoithern prices, and wi.l receive ilty
rll-t ey in thalf playmenit Iotr all purciavLes iover
It . dollars. All or-lets from the ertl:n tr-r will
it r«t his promnpt attention. A pretty book to,
i- ad ia the nllm tp eaasl of ali divertisemeni, and I
Sirt rlittl'l., ' (' aup etreet. is the place to geto'ne.
F r, ir --'I br Vicksburg Times has thefollovw
T'r ( ood one :
lThe colored population in the crnntry are nt I
e- ean f:rltbly situated as we could wish them.
A gentlcnman living ii Warren county, inlormed
i.t )esetrday, that many of them are ;.t:trly des- 1
it,t.re aLd with cut the means of procuring the
, <(esities of life. lie related to us one in idunt i
lhat forcibly illustrated the straits in which they
.,re now placed. Hat.i.g lought otf" the pangs of
1.tinpfr all day, one old woman turned to her
i,)ly be .ved and s.iit, " Uncle WlAhm, I 'clar'
to hgoittn= hlnuman l'th wont stan I it nro ,!lnger.
F,,t- h in dat last hen. and if we'se bound to v:arve
e te be done t'ro' wl'd it 'lore pickin' time."
Jix ('(ohI as I' THtltli.--The New York Her
aid sla)e :
Joe c oburn, at his training qgar'ers in Harlem,
Is utndergoing an i.mleute allollunt of had wv,rK
' prepare hlmselt tr the fight. A're:aly lie
lo as sicee:o gly wel, hi bLrigrit eye, hb-:.l. 1
,.t clear .col,lexi n, anid eleftic stepl, denatrinti
:rtrf usr i btlhl, hre characir oi his work is
coti eftat variedi from day to day. From bed at
it , o'ci k, a wuik ill t'l or -eveii mlb-, arounul th,
taik is then, and returning, a breiktait 1f por
:cr b rFe ie'etok, - i ked rare. witi l-'y to st, is
,artmken orI . AbhiUt ll o'clock another start io
mIiaei, crin'intitiitg .omt tiitern or twetity
i Iles, and re:urning he Is well ruiibobed d twsi
ith dry, cilbe tu~,-Isd : thiu tlki-i
S en'd hbath, to he aain rtitbe I
a with Iv rum anrt the bsnd. Dinner ft!lows, tind
'-! c(tnttily ctlhked steak or muLttin coop-, witit
. no fat, eid a gleso of trime Sioteb at-. A lut of
two hours intervenes, during which the 'prti'li
n en. atixiouts to n i,' Co lir.l's ctndItia'. c-stt
nmerrily with him. Then hard work with I-Jdit
m i c , lt iu lin 'i , it. ,r t iae l, w . 't' - t : t ilip r t . n r,
ti t nu al hetig ti te iii'vitsiblo rare eti *ik oit
e i pt, with black tea. ittcic l i:lite:r , lr ,e gatiii
n ti l ol 9 o ' , ,l, ] . lT , n " tn b e d " ,I ,h - Ia s t , ,r( i . r
r the dy, wh:chb is readily cmptlted wibh. 'l'.Irt
a eady tlratc er ul tra.Uinti, foe;t tlhr-,ugti Wt:i a
, rrlulnes and willingness that is b th com
I end.l .e rd gratlfying, has broeght Cobun's
'1 Ight down very maeia!ly, sn he Pio se.emis
in a i ,. lItion to give his friends the greatest pus
I bi mounti tl hope.
d " ,'At DAts "'-- War,' , f r' ".t"
1: 1c' s -- Art hltht p ah p. sll it -ppi' el tt
ri id d~t'~s. We fihd the fo.lowing in the tath,
\.e ate dreCrled by tite I:;oat reverend arch
alat :te Inther- , the la 't l Pl nary i 'O'l:ci! ,If
en ,' :i re. now sto,t :i'y amprttv , by the hOly
tee. ielitally drclarel in their I-Cs oral ;t't r i-i
of Ileretce ti these dances, wbli.h, under the Kuii-.
it ts-.:.'table anInutirti nt-, are so 'ro -:bit wthl
e ent11 r ti counDe mnieor als iti that deit.'a.-y weii',h
b: eliPP pon':aneonaly from (hrtittanity. and Is u'I
lnr titely connected wlth a true Christiau falh all*
at rlhtilentlL lhe pastoral letter was signet by a;l
et (ur b,.op, and it is, therefore. the onmicial de
it c1 ration 'f the Chorch in the United Statee.
t (mr bishops iesae the following warning on the
c to this connection we consider it to be our duty
S to warn our people against these almu-ernens
eu whwih may easily become to them an ocesmion of
r. Slt, and ei ucially against those faehionable
ye dance. whui h, as at precent carried on. are re
on voltlg to every fereling of delicacy and propri
by ely and are traught with the greatest danger to
Poow CIaatrra.--Th following of " poor Car
lotut," cow at BrusselsI: " The royal faltily are
takhing daily drives and bhre exerci-e amoni
.h their loyal mubject., and tis most tonohing to see
er the Empress Charlotte, of Melle., seated in an
ml- opec carriage. drive by the queen, salatmain wubh
grateful but sad smilec the people, whoae idol she
e is. and always has been from he, childhood. The
a eI.prese is lookig very onle, ad I dressed is
'- deep ewarmrg. The atstieas paid to her by
hat ie aesa ia beyond all praise, and there can be
em o doubt that her recovery from the mental pros
ing tratioa brought on by the cad event so well
known to every one, is chiefly owing tt the
tn tiergy and devotiono of her royal siater-inlaw."
locatL nt liU ence.
RvPOIroxiAo L beHavi ta.- to-night, the grand p
sacred concert, and a sermon by the eloquent tr
Father Recoloo. at the St. Louis Cathedral. pa
Remember the entertainment whbih is to be o'
given by the hhak.peare Club, at the Nations th
Tbeater, to-night. ' Jack Cade" is to be per
formed and a farce abiundieg in " ocal hits." be
The temperature, yesterday, as shown by the sit
hermometer at C. Duhamel's. corner Bienvillc ,
end Cbartres streets, was as fo!l ws : At 6 a. M at
70 degrees; 12 m. 81h; 3 P.r. 85 ; 6 P. M. '. wa
Mr. I.once Andre Btathe, la's depu'y coroner,
a gentleman well known in the city and universally B<
ieteemed, died suddenly yesterday in the Usitel,
States court. He was giving testimony into a case,
pl'are, try in sound healtb, when he rose from he m
-est, staggppered, fell, and in a few seconds wal A i
, -rpse. Mr. Burthe was 59 years of age. H.
t'eath was caused by disease of the heart. re
THi Nit ertl..ON PA'\ IMEN CAtE IN JFCrPIRON in
CirY.-Jl.dge Dinplantier, of the Sixth lirstitet
Court of this parish, by whom the contestation It
urowing out of the Iaying of Nicolson paveonen' ti
i 'he ity of Jelferson was heard in the distr ct i
coart of Jefferson parish, delivered his decision an
vtslrlday irom the bench of that court. The
facts were as tfllowa: if
The property holders on Pt. Charles avenuen,
alolng the line of the Carrollton MRdroad, repre- in
s.eting a few feet, in excess of one-half the area it
which wculd have to be taxed fr the improve- ii
n ent, etltioned the Jefferson City Council to I
t ave the avet ne paved with the Nicolson pave ci
meat hern tihe lower to the uppel boundary of the at
city. In accordance with the provisions of the It
city charter, the contract was advertised to be sold n
to the lowest bidder fo: curbing the street anti f
avtring it as pIrayed for by the pelti ters. to
The cor.tra t was purchased by the Nico'son ot
Pavement CArnpany. who had no competitors at a
,le sale. 1he work on the west side of the U
aten-le being comipleted at a cost of about f1531 - I
SIt,. bills were se-nt to the property owners for he
tIie r reepective quotas of the coset. Ii
li ( e who had not stigned the petition refused i
to bIsy, aLd the suit decided by Judge L)nulantier I
was the ci-esei enoe. Tc-.re were numierona h.
grouds l upon which it was cautPen'ed they were
,it liable, but the issue depended rmainly upon
vT o, viz :
1. That the city charter had not been conrpiied ht
wall, iraernii h as thIe property hbolters had not o
t'rn adv, it-ed of the pirotvoed I'itIprovecieLt. to .
stted tl, n an opporninity of notlyilag the en
( uncitl of their oppuititon, if they ucaired to
n abe Hny.
2. 1 blt es tie Nicolson pavement was patented 4
at d could nt oy be laid by the paten'ee, or hi- :r
u hlt re d : g.tDs. there ct-d be t' - ,m-peitito p
it d the arth le of the city charter roel tlring c otl
ru( t t10 be so'd at putl,i' vendue to the Il-wist iI
bidder, was lot ct ,tplhied with In the spiri in Si
at iCl it swas fratdc, as a prcCtecril . to the cli- nI
zi r ecainst extravagant prk-eI for public im- I
Jidge IDuplantierdecided that as the law ai'ho 12
rized iinl rovernents t, he made ie front it prioper- C
tie up, np- a petition, in s.hich ov.r half the area SE
o-t cut h ,irotltitis was repreche-tid th- re w is tie
, ta-iln I, tioottlfy tie n'unriity, bult the secoid A
of jection -he hid to he valid, that the sale of a I
c- u ract at whob h Ihere c, ad tbe no ciompetition it
e .!t notu s.te,. e ': -s taet w 'empi't--1. :
Hi. jiudga nt, the-refore, Wio II favor of the
i 'e'y lilet Ia+ sto ti ,e pc f-tii lut titn i!ci! it A
t! as to, the curbing, for which thecre could have m
b ti it , r I " ,elt , it. 1
lIts ,-ci;,, ti nv will doubt!i-a now hofl th-e city
i tif re-prn-tb e fur the cu~t of the weak. o0
A 1 Itt - sate Pic"NINGi IN a ltvo It,;
ltio -g-- / , ere Ji i-s . . , t f -s ,, i' -, a
1.iiil - tlu bolarding- house of IMr.. Jeuln, o'l
it. liarlks treP-. a ice do-Irs +ut.e the p l1.:e
stttion, was thriwtn into a coiliit.ii ,i it Wit.,tl tutI al
a xcittmi nt oni s;:,day morring by tirst one, then ,
a- othi r :rtl l,.:.:ty eight,-e'i it nal of the m r '-v .
be Ug vseied with nausea and fits of voinr l.nu . a
why, n cis tatkt, icn- rea-a ed in violence, cotitleo'n
tl e atit rers to their bedis and giving ca-tee for e,
ii |l 0 hat seime pcliron hal by i-ifenti -in ir
aCa ident been mined with the food of whlch th a
th, rde rs lad thlt nlort.ing irtnk.*n at the bre ik
fast tahle. I' tinally resu!ted, fr ito Inq'iry, that ti
thote who had eaten of corn bread had been a;
tacked, and with violence proportionate to the p
quantity eaten. lhe ciiok,wtiei i~io:inel1 of tliis.
in e rer t" v;u+d ca, e her., -l ' t "I :s , , o 1 + i r ! 11
c, illidence in the whileaomenne- of the corn
hi, ad. ilnanedatIely swallowed a large piece. intl
It aiu a - t r ac heir-elf writhing in agony. r
l o ciolored somen in thi khitcher were atsi at
ta( ked in the stame way, and were taken to the t
(iO course medical aid was instantly summoned. ,
and five pllysi-ians -ave since been in attendaute.
A chermicalt analsi resulted in the discovery of
twenty-four erains of netallc arsenoic in a small
p ice of the bread, each grain being conselered
st.ft (ielt to de~troy life. Arsetic his been re
ceritl used as rat p:oison in the house, having been
I ',i d cli pieces of '"read and hbuter near the rat
tboti s aid it is not lnmprobable thtat the vermin, in
it ago ny of thirst occasioned by the poison, may
htve diuk trk tem and' :a that way ilipregartcUd t:ae
water u-ed in ntaking the corn bread. a
At last accunts yesterday the patients hadl all
hlenu lpr noctntl,'ed in a lair way of recjverv,
a al'i-ugh if course terrib'y proctrate. by the
t ei+,k i.flicrted upon their systems. the phyi iaus
ol,,ltie that the overdolse was the only thing that
tpreventd d death .ensuing almost immedately. Tae I
following are the names of thesuifferers by this tr- I
tfrtunate affair : Mrs. Todd Maessrs. Johns Ste
I Le-son. ( raig, Pierce, True, l-idiey, Mr. andi Mr,.
e Tay)or andi MI-a Tavlor, MIss llpkliu,. Mr. Ey sn,
bMrs. Jenks, the white cook and three colored
COell I.A .aATIOiN ti Ailigl.o.-Early yesterday
n.i inntg a tire broke ouit in AlgSir-. r t' e rev of
t !;::i'gs I ennded by e;o lii an·l A'ex ti lcr
Sr t t,, ia d before it could Ie ex:iugui. et de
-,; . d t , i es t lhn seven tenetr utlltl . Iit a s ,
0 hY've us iIuauteti in a gricety stire kept by ,r.
. It is irtihbilt, y. Aloitog the iheaviest I ers .
a cc Mr. .1 rin M,'- eon, w,,se husc waa valtred
it . r it t CI . T ti he I, s c of hIrs. H,-ntc. an]
M:s. Peterson were aiso atiring those detruoyed.
a o lI'ii- to Atl i-:cir,.- At the meeting last
Cit. a n-i 1 ill I 'i a 'to wan reii-ived frt-it h- L.
y It er stat iu tlhit he b .d psi atla the han-s ot
it h ci y rct3,ity nt n tite ititi ill., $.lu -t for ta5l -
; "-: r ed I, t, iii .t rh- t'o o dras a--d M ~ tiz n
I Mahrkete; that l n curchased the an ,unit in
t Ityr ten. at a diee-iutt if 2.1 $c rear.: that
it c: rh t' e refiil , t-ft e-ot,, to a.ticrov, thl
,f Lsa i.f seais. cl'y money hil deprei late to i 14
* e i.t dvCt unt; and ask:nlg the cotiri, i to rcHli
it bl se i it. 0i tte elm ol the did.-reoa- bet een
,t w': h +e bI+Lgt. rTe le t cr wa & lual :
- At i 1 ri.n frit m the cily a'torTel ci,,rn :i,]
r t I01 i I,, i I , I Jtud~" l te n r- -n thin tit-. r r
t p ' lou ta i na t, o re tise ,: g rn.,n y in ] ry
a tiat ti atlt iaesXa antid dtes, was re elveI a-ti or
d- ltd : ble i . tictd iii the J ecur al. 'I'he hl t cr
S a so etiprecsed Ihii otin'ior tat thie cinnell earh
in int er lorce te ,r:liectiton of taxes due tlir 1w!.
S '1 :' ' nr 'tt. at in act if th' ieva- ature s-irn
pende tihe c-lle t t on theti until 1Is 0.
A resti'inti ltt iti the I wer bi tc , requiri nz
it e .. ( har!Cet rece' t tI'y Aeil (antal a-ii
(" ilh rne Streets ra,'ru I i'r IIInip steq to pI ty ti.
, iv in natlonal eurreilty the lu-cr -intiag- tle v are
tii if.-ted to pay the it- ui, , i- t.t Ir re eiita, .n I e
i-c r, tedl iht t:-e rtlie-r t1 ''lttnts" Wra - ti:o
If te- r as rie fotii c ' -si ! , 'her e: bti rs to th" ,' -
ty p ra| l-l a hil c ,.l ii tt i ,i i-mtIl e i ed to pay any
l- tl-pg utt city nmncy. 'ile reoliilunJ was ndc'i
- ti sly potp, ti--I.
th A nes.age frnm tie moyr. recoemmending thv
a srv-peg fnerse be eii, ltpet--i to tirchn- 'he -l .
I. oni. H tel for a c.urt hour.l to be pbi d f atr iy ..ni
S inl e b ltion of a tax if one mill on the d ,llar, a ,
,1 r lly. n :arithi r z- d for the p;ec tii- purpoi.e ,I
e- proi uring a tourt house, by an act of the leainlf
tS. tore paved in 144, waa reterred to the iaenae
An ordinance to sell the lease of all the markets
S of the city to the highest bidder, for ten ye ire
ie from the let1 .lanusry next, with a provino that
of said leare shall not be sold for less than two m:il
le i -s of do-lars, the whole amount to be paid in
e installmnts, wsltbln one year from the day ot sale,
ri was reported by the auance committee. The
to ordtmnance was idefinitely putponed, the majori'y
of the mtmbers argulng that the amouont that the
1arties deslirus of bucng the lease would pay
ar- fotr it, would be insufficient toecompeneate the city
re for the revenues Ikely to be derived by the
nr corporatioo from the markets.
ie Ibe resolut-on appropriating four thoussand
an dentlars to compensate Judge Walker f r his ser
th vicesi pro, urig a return of the tax colletel
e o eoitn curreney by the federal government was
in The retoltloa authoLortnr the subrogation of
y the railroad privfleges purehbsued by Mouney &
be t'o. to the C)rlea Rlt roa d Compan pained
oe- The ordinance gmYattag the New Or·lean Orait
-ll Elevator Company the eeleshue ale o. the lnn
he ing in front of th. site of tbeir proiosed ware
otoes rtor ftLees years, whrch ordinance was prt
maturely promulgated through an error of tie
secretary, came up; a motion pending far a re
onasideration rf the vote by which the ordinance is
p sted. with a view to amend so that vo.ses as-rg
toe larding with other cargoes than grain tl.ti
pay the same whafsg· e to the city as vests at
o'her wharves may be required to pay, and that di
the city, at the expiration of the privilege, she I e
'ot.t te , tiiga'ed to pay for the wharf which is t-, rI
be c'-natrncted by the company. The reoon at
siderato.n was granted, but all the proposad o1
inetrdents were rejected, and the ordi:nance .
was again adopted, in the same form in whlch I: It
was before re0oneideration.
The Board then adjourned to meet the Assis.ant W
Board in joint session. t
BoIAn or AFtI5TANT ALDERMgnc.-The hoard a
met at 7 o'clock last evening; Mr. Perkins in the at
I he proceedings of the previous meeting were vs
read and approved.
An annual message from Mayor Heath. cover
ing about forty pages of closely writteA manus
clipt. occupying about an hour in reading, to-. t,
.tir gthy for publication in our columes., and rela Ih
tog to numerous subjects, was ordered to be g1
t eired and a thousand copies furnished. We H
notice frietly its principal features, as follows: it
Tmle mesage alludes at length tothe experience a
rd the city the past year (1fi7) during the epi- h
dertic. the effects on the city from the depression t
in burit,es caused by the lanunodation in the coun
try. and the complications in our local and na
tinual affairs; the increase in our populatiou-the C
Sxtent of which the mayor did not mention; the a
ci' at number cf railrles in the city, placing it C
ahead of other cities o the Union n this respect. (t
tt.e fact that considerable property has not beea ti
tsarsted by the city asessor, owing, he feare, to
favoritnism ; the drainage system, which, he at
tully arkure, ilight be improved: the propriety it
oft tering a preitium of from $1000 to $;0,-0o fir
a more thorough drainage system : the good far
ine of the city in the proposed possession of tile I.
\\ attr W.rk : our public school system, which
he highly cevinends. not omitting his favorahle ii
Iltonll of tie colored schools; toe inproveument i
iII our wlarvcs, leaees, streets. .quares and pub- h
I'e tulidu os: the removal of toe City WVIrk. a
h. toe to what he consoiders a more healthy Inal
I y. lavciriig its ctoviereion into a houus of c rrio- -
on trther thant puni.hment; the o'lices of city M1
i, oi a--ttatt Ci'y atti rncy, which. he think., had
heter he tt natsldated, as the latter is too muchi z
of a sintscure; aod, tinally, the city currency,. ,
- Itch he c nirentts in gravely, without, hiw
ever. tIrowlit, new lieltt on the suttijct. ti
tin It ion (i Mr. hutlivan, the iloard of Alder- I
hni i a et eif Iutid to meet the 1h--rd of 4.n-isnt it ;
A ','term n it, joint seeotn. for the piurp'se of fill
tag a vacacic in the Hoard of Arbitrators for the
'i, hitre of the Water Worka.
1t t i-- rve clnnlittee reported a resolttion
Muth, rerlr the controller to draw a warrant for
$ it. 0 in It or of Mrs. Nelson lit' acher, in pay
Ii,, t for two lots of grunud taken by the city.
I' --ed finally.
'1 i tireauter'sa weekly report shows: Receipts.
$2:7,;:i3 17; expenditures, $329.001 45; balance,
t', fit; 7:i--as follows: I.gal ter ler notes,
$69 :12, and city notes, $192:,37 41. Referred. tc
I Ie itptirt of the iuperiteudeut ofl the insane w
Ayl mn t. r the month of A pril showl : Titsl nlln
It, i ofi inmates Apr:i lt were ft ; adnltted fur- t
it g be month, 27: dcharged, 11 ; remaininog, s
) 1- , 110; I.,les 4-i. eli:ies 67. iteerred. i
., 1,1, I-st was enter, d by Mr. lInn against the
a--i- n i f the ( our- il in selling the revenues of the Ib
market stalls fur ten years. Spread on the min
Mr Davies moved a reconsideration of the vote ti
of this board ano; tig the resolnuton to re-,uire a
t.le tcity railroad coiiputeala ta, pay their dues to 11
. city in oilier than city money. Motion lostby e
a vote of i.0 to 1.
It e resolutln was read authorizing the renting a
,, to e non building at the head ,I L'aal street, c
amended by the Hoard of Aldermen aI read ten a
years in-tead of two years. The Assistant Board v
:,iherr d to the rtasou:.un as orrginally aeOnt p-- i
aid 'hei riOt-!ution was . -at back.
A reso.utoun setting apart tlat portion of the
ptlltic. land ic between Race and Robin streets I
fir the t xclusave use of coal boats as a lauding.
a s ad-opted.
It. .jnit re-sion J. E. Iockwool was chosen, on
1ti I-p rt of the city to lilt the vac .an ,y in the t
I-,,rd of A.\rbiaturs of the Water Works Com
pa, y, cate.td by the resignation of Datiel Blair.
A res 'uton to pay .John Clark, builder of the r
hltg,iclia irdge, $IU,OU0 on account. was concur- a
i-'seral petitions of a private character were t
re I at it rit-i, ireid.
A l-' tii ."'i af number of citizens asking the in- t
tr- itc clt t I ,of iun y'sp l-'ent rubber druins, for I
the prot.ctin of lile on the city cars, was read
to niotwln the board adjourned. i
Ful T PDiaTI<T rr('laTr-J-ije Hlre--i / 5.-
No 'lia: were had in this court to-day, maaerial
wi-n, sats in all cases fixed not being found.
Hller) Sis:nam, charged with assault and battery
on Frederick lbhaicler, failing to appear, his
bodl for $250,8. la)em security, was forfeited.
Ji-tn tuuian, accused of wounding his wife.
M..rgari t cunalau. with a knife, pleaded guilty of
ar -:ult and battery and the plea wa. received.
'foe distri t attorney entered nolle prosequi in
the following cr¢.: :
P. Kerns, charged with assault and battery on
Wlliaen, t'azaleio alias Galacio, accused of stab
b ng Marino tunzales, on board the barks al
Rc(,OtIeR (tA'TrtlIN'S Cot-r0.-William Wicks
and Edtward Johnson, both colored, were ex
an ited on a c) arge of having sold an iron truck
it, iGtarge ,laksin. No. I Criosmanrtreet, know
!i It to, have been o',len, and the prosecution
t-is doln iaed. Jackson was sent before the
i not hiatrct Court, to be tried for receiving
\, illitm Marcy was diotharged from a comnpliint
ltb : , r. had iinbezzl.-d ihe iproceed su a ti tutlty
,t <I-ars he was c.inuln io-lled to sell for A.
I r attC (;t:u"lr IN NSW Yoia.--The New
York cytrespondent of the Philadeiehiia Ledger
The rowest hit of church gosnip relates to a
t iroren-lve nmvernlrent about to he undertaken a'
a Z:,n - hitit., of which Ilihop uothleate is ri-etor
.A I1 ct olr with snrllices is to be intriidiht .f ii:,
Sthe fi r, Stida)y in M.y, with o-ler ritiabs i'e de
t vlopnaenr., whih,. it it said, will he fu'iy jntilfied
t ya rnmon which the bishop has prepared tor
In the rre connection it may as well be mean
n ti--ed that Rev. Mr. nix colonnences on SanIay
- .t a Criesa of dl-ciraea in tavt r of the multi
ti :,in if t-iterho d*s in thf Eit-o:atl ci-hurch
., re Ii one so h tlnaterhoodl the i-,'trhtt-d tfi
I Miar) already ii et--ioter -r, I-ut tthe n-c- i.- atis
.- ti"e I It"', eI. alod of the titmes we live in, he says,
t -tP,. ii t -re.
The lia or evangelical cuirchmin n, on the other
r laid, ate itt idle. S he TyFiv , It v. .J >hu C(tortl
,- iib, i - Alex. Viit,tn, Rev. Dr. l))er ano
other enriuent clergy) nPn of that school, are pre
- irlt c " fraterr ime with the sects " during An
ni; tr. ry we k, t, at extent, i' is -irl, never hii
Sltrre witttnte-e. I the hlih chur-binen are behnt
i on driwing ear r and nearer t-, R me. they -ty
J in their dauy more and more to draw near t,
tI ii, Leva.
Ai FFhotis ,r BRTl.Ei t.r I`.AriA.--TnOs lcr
ii a'd n it i al t, n I - ier*e, of May 1, via 1 - in l i ,
-:t". T'"* te re Ivtid hcre from Athens are fila 1I
. - w r ,.tw' i !, ,ti C'ani'.a. They report tiat a
i tst:e ictcitreil on the lilti of April between the
I rt-es anid Turks whilch asted: all day. t'hbe
it l !1 ul waaI ticr Apt-ronia. Tte inrairgeri-i
a-il < 'l atliry. or (Itflt- are al.o reu-rt-l to
n " it -, · irre' in the 11th., 12th, 15th and lith . i
At il. Th' Turte, it in sad, have comrwitted
of neat olutra&ei. rHeame*rs still ply between tne
a ir s:aln laid and the island, carrying ammunition
:e and provisins to the heroin Cretans.
Et(.I.Ien BIlxra'? AND YOUWO Hyrnow.--ln
S the advertiaingccolumln of this morning's Cass
t a~Tr will be found a long ilat of choice fresh gro
I t ries offered for sale at the loweet market ratea,
S by the old and well known frm of Keep &
tI sautield. 77 and 79 Poydras street. T, ha lt
c conbists of those celebrated Magnolia has. elear
aso tir sides., mess pork. prime lard, oheese,
eoeben butter, the fineat English breakfast and
-oung hyon teas et., etc.. and the special at.
tentlon of the trade s here reminded that Mersu .
Keep & f'au field are, perhaps. the largest re
cetoern of this clwSa oe nteanchtdie int the ~cith.
and as it as generably from large dealers that the
best bargains are to be had, wa commend this
Shnce especially to the frst condsderation of
buyers, bee their advertisement.
S ACaDEMY OF WtLic.--First appearance of lMis
Jennie Ergie, the popo larrsee co e veeast,
ifs this evear-g.
rc- Pee fnrniture advesrtasemeola to-day by Cbaa.
rt. T. las,
LZTTEBR FROM r. LOUIE.
Ipedal Cerneeemmes of the I. O. rassemut
&r. Loris, April 2l. 186.
The weather for a few days pust has been
decidedly disagreeable, and of such a nature as to
seriouely interfere with outdoor bnatnees. It
commenced to ram at a late hoar M',ndy night
and ch-t.tnued to poor down furiously the whole
of Tuebday. Yesterday. however, we were
oreeted with warm sunshine and clear skies;e: and
1rom present appearances the same comforts are
-n store for us to-nay. A spell of clear, warm
weather, after the coulous raine that have lately
fallen, will promote vegetation to a wonderful
l, gree. Ite; orbs from the eurroundwg country
are to the effect that the peach crop, which was
at first thought to be almost totally destroyed.
will yet turn out well as ti quantity and be of
very hoserior quality. This is glad news to the
I . ra t i the luscious fruit.
I be commiesmoners of the Benton statue have
appointed May 27th as the day for the tasagera
ti i cereuonies at Lafayette Park. The vail will
L-e removed by Mrs Fremont, daughter of the
great statesman. The etatue is the work of IsI
Hie.er, and has been seen by but a select feo.
it having been kept boxed up for years. The da
will te ubserved by our citizens generally as a
hoitdy, and more people will be in attendance at
the palk on that occalion than ever before stood
witlin the enclosure at one time.
'Iwo conductors on the Olive street ratlroad,
Chaplin and liyan, had as altereation, yesterday
which resulted in the tat'il shootiug of lyan bh
thapln I he deceased leaves a young wife ant
tire child. C'haplin surrendered it the authorl
Business on the landi tg is not so lively this week
as it was the wtek )revions. The Panulne Car.
I('ll left with tifteen hundred tons Tuesday eves
Ii g. aid all be followed to-day by the Listie
t, I, and oCp Stur!'ay by the Co(ntiienrtl. Toe
I.+ty t;sy has b-eti on tihe docks, butis now at the
| ii It waitiig for her turn to load in the cnupro
I a-c lije. 1.l e lihas been thoroughly rehanled, and
, Lsa as bright as paint and varishb can render
l, r. Hit , illi leave next week. The Bimaarobl
S,,! arrive ti tI tit and retbrn Next week.
The fullon g ic ew Orleans guests were regis
i ,i at the huleit yesterdaty: Laolede, J. llok,
liur various places of amnaement are in the
h ilth of .uccess; Jtohn E. t)wens at Deatr's aa
.I/o' ? fio to ' Sell.' and the Lice IAlian in tie
,. y of lithat nan e ti filling the house nightly. At
ith Va\riettie, " Under the Gas Light" e presented
ii superb style aind attracts full houses. " Alad
inT.' i the card at the Olympic, and the maaSge.
Iteut may welt be proud of its seccess.
The Josh Billltae Papers.
'I R COCKIOACH.
The cockroach i a hbug at large.
lie lt i e ov the luxurys ovcivliation.
lte is l -zy to di mes ika'e, yielding gracefully
to oidiary kiidniss. and never deserting those
wt o show hint proper a,,kts or courtesy.
W\e ire Itd to beleave, upon a clu-s examina
tlin ov the onutward crn.t ov thze fashionable la
st lkis, that they are a highly sucoesstul intermta
liug.o Ib, w en the brune to pismire and the
t ril /, uW , co," or ouimon Anmerikan grass
NSturahsts, however, dill' r. which o be ln
no i ht d, fur a diver-ity ov r-nciuu' a mat
ti r so Inportent to the peace ov mi, -morel
iadatici merit ov inantind in the lunl; , retes d:a
ti list, and tends to sop the substrata or all bag
B t t the learned and polite pull hlir as much
a7 t ,y peauzc asbout the anseatral claims or the
cot kroat h, It iz our bizziness and duty, as bag
sctu'inozer, to show the critter up as we find him.
withult carILi a single solitary curse who his
5rladtla'er ot grasnmother acktuilly was.
'there is ho mnistaking the fackt that he ia one
Sv a x.unesrous f..nitly, and that hiz attachment
icw the hntoe ov hi?. boyhood, speaks londer than
tilurder for his at'eckuonate and unadulterated
lie don't leave the place he war b rn at upon
t1 e elighest prvoscation, like the giddy and va
grant flea, or the teloiloua bedbog. sad untill
death (or sum v le potwder, the invenshun or
nmen) knocks at hiz front docr he and hiz brothers
aid sisters may be seen with the naked eye ever
and aoron calmly climbing the white sugar bowl
otr rtuniiig foot rates between the bhtter-plates.
How strange it in that nman, nmaded out of dirt.
tie chesapest material in the market, and the moast
1, city. should be so determined to rid the world
vo evry livtng bug but himself!
I don't doubt it, if he could her his own way
for six year. evry personal cockroach would be
kit cted ,fl from the bhosom ovr the footstool,
and hot even a pair or them left to repair data.
iichb Is man !
The cockroach is born on the rust ovr May and
the fast or November semiannually, and Ia ready
for use in fifteen days from date.
They are horn from an erg, four from each egg,
s.d consequently they are all or them twine.
I here Is no such thing in the annals of natur as a
cii gle cockroach.
'the maternal bhg don't sott upon the egg as
tie goose doth, hut leaves them lie around loose,
I ke a pint of spilt mustard seed, and don't seor
to care a darn whether they get ripe or not.
lint I never knew a cockroach egg fall tow put
in an appearance. They are as sure tow hatek
out and run as Kanada thistles or a bad kold.
Shie co kroach is or tew colors, sorrel and
lack. They are always on the mvre, and can
trot, I should say, on a good track, and a good
day. close tow three miunatta.
' heir food seems tew consist, not so match In
what they eat as what they travel, sad often
tir ding thlt d ad in my soup at the boarding
houllse, I ihave ruur to the conclusion that a cock
ruo h hkan't swim, but they ken float.
NSaturaists have also declared that the cock
ro hh han to dutble teteth. This is an important
to kt lisd ouight tew be introduced inte all the
pi 0n5r echoolbooks or Amerika.
ilut tle In-st interesting feature or this remark
abiLe Itpg, Is the lovelineuaov their natures. They
hait It ite. r psting, nor scratch, nor even jaw
L hI k. I they are so smiable that I harv even kt rwa
them tew get 'tuck ii the butter, and lay there
,l day, aid not holler for help, and actually die
I at last if a br(oken heart.
'II realirze the nmeekneas or these uncompala•
!itg lit'le ctliees, let the philoeophick mind just
tnr ire moment compare them to the peoky flea.
w-o lights upi-n mlan in hiz strength sadi women
in ler weakness like a red hot chit, or ,he war
r ,hia Inu-keto. wild from a Nujersey coat-tal
milh, a it hbz dagger in hil ou,uh ack-Ling for
- id: or, l,,rrrr hrrire! to the midnight
r lt,1 htigg, wht eeeps o It ov a crack az still and
- . ii an az a otelr tw. and h:tchez on to the bosom
SItnty like a staorvcd leech.
I.very) nitr Iaz a right to pick his playmates,
r bt sz foir me, I ,ail rather visit knee-deep among
, r I ut hes than to hiear the dying emiert or a
S- ng'e uninkeeter's song in the ro im jon Ing, ir to
kltrw that there wae just one be-l-b-igg telt li the
,orld and hlie war wating for my kandle to go
tt and for nie to pitch into bed.
In r- nluoion, to shiw that I aint foolingl. I
at tild ie allting, if 1 h-dl them,. to swapl ten fert.
risee fleas enny time for a small sized cockroaebh
ird it the t-llow cmi-laIned thut I had fhavel
1IIi in tle trade. I woule return tie cockroach
a..J sweer thai we iu LI ovn.
S pWiAT IT 4 "o WALK A TouceAs MIlr.sl IN A
a Ji,,, -,s1i li-it I.-.-- here ir aot much probabiLliy
e ],l liie two l.iL(fhlbnen in New York now en
e reai in the attenipt to walk one thousa; d miles
In otne thoasand bourns will aeeompllh the nader
St. k ng. The only nian who hab yet ac;omplibhed
t!.e feat was (Casptain Barclay, in England, ahbout
d twony years ago. He showed sIgns of great Ia
- 'gue belore has fivhre hndredth mile was conm
upleted. Ie would fall whle walkiag. and fre
tui nutly wooul have to be raised. dervere cuash
gas'ions wi'B whips were administered to excite
[n end thoroughly aruese hia. lie was preked, asi,
wi h needes, and pistols were fired seHar his ears.
iocttrte were costantly praest, abe, to adinful.
er sti:u:ant. P'rofoad sleep woeald eaoue at
each miment of rest, tad, at the close of the
a test it was leg ansod elserig. His nerves and
n ntlets, bowever, trom comtant previous hbit,
Sinplelled him to ale at the asUl Intervl, for at
least a fortlaght, and walk wbil sl eeplog. To
t prevent thl be was forcibly held until ha system
returned to its normal condition. Barlag had a
S advantege over the present oenteatntaein walkin
h i the epes air. Hie had beds immediataly within
the outer doors of two cottages, an- laid In them
alterntaely. Goulding asd Mies are in an ,ame
of pher somewhabt vitited by a censtant erowd.
thooLh a draft rushes through, aid at the ooae of
each walk. are compelled to ascend a pair of
stairs to their bedrooms. Both are light, bony
Firr BALgS ('C1oT At Acrotn To-raT.-
(ahas. T. Nash will sell thbIs day at Alabasi PrCQI
at 11 o'olck A. 5., flftl bales eet*toa