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THE NEW l IESN
XVIII. : . D* '
OLUME xviI FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMRER IL 1868. 'HU*BUR"TO.
T ke Lreare tU' !A.
WUME FOR THE
.,EAJNG Q F THE iATIONS.
We tave published the ee br ·d Advrtleemcnt
ofDr. E.. TIlelabeld Ivenwatodofu rehave received
a moderate reward is the usual way ef p aMt, which we
apply It all the waoes, watts mad basam earde we present
1 OCr readers. to 1er en m . et .uhe eerythisg
thoroughly which we ofer through ea cnlo. :as and to refe6
all that we osnuot casmesd. New. as oae rders know we
never do anything by hbavea, they can read 'y ltfr that wbhe
a call medadms vejeme . nrbt oeapM., whoet page is
the Church Uniea we mea something bLt. Itis sot our
perpee to dodge or trgiverate, or to wa stamy each thing.
We have so managtng agent who mggle into em column
what is boldly mudsmaned I asethes. t'he aetysabsg
Asylum swndlae ame t a; we jadged adt by ieble ema
popular disfavor, am by Congrees'enl acta, but we elm
need for ourselves, and so meane a the w'rd could buy one
Inch of the Church lnate to commead It. FPreiegly the
mms cere we paraed towaod HslmbJldtg-eha. Wehad
seen it everywbere it haunted our vslion roeek. meuntain
and suarboetes; to Mtor, as teambeats cad by the way
side we saw this asmtpseat speasic adverised. We never
gave it a otheghe e demoed it, m ar eemseaded it,
did not rmh in the fae of prefdioes, sad cry out, "Quack
Quasck' We na aetblag of it; bad thesr, asd, we thought,
mere Importeat eubiect br oeasdertior tha n li wender
f.l medicite. ko whes it same ap to f coasderatio, we
determined to investigate for ourslves. A. wedo ln theology,
so do we In medieta-mwver ask, "Whet daos Dr. Bead-so
think or say, or arme" If Is wrag sll theweld my
epe, ye lt em right hand aemt ts zamlag, nd am
togue cleave to the rost oem meath. if pe waver one stem
is our devotion. If it be right, not evwa the fact that a heel
c'ommend. nada fortene is benla made out of It, shll keep as
Irom Adelty to it For there be may m mes i this
world that they will aover adveot a geed thing if say03dy
Sa good livlr by It. We know of up who we't hear
Henry Ward nseoher preach beesuse he ives Ito brehw tnee
front, and maage to keep the welt fe the deor quite
eesly. Just M w Dr. KlmbeM; bteaM be I s makL g a
rlottao by his omeevrple we emena bn4 ourselves tohe
me tasu k cf oedem tle ad wholeekse slander. There 1.
something abheat the as yes M eaet s Sos so qaek.
A quark is an empribr t, who tepp with diNe by apply
Jagr s.edies he kbows othiyg eheat. IIa leahmbid is
educated ml ; he b rlaraht vary sln psg ; readily lays he
ore you the isgdleais or vegletcbe compeands of hin medl
ron. The r vo pesee re dstllatis are perfeetLy p.t
there is a die helbel decet kl or o poudigi o elemeni
tht are nile, ai, of osure, eset. EverythiS is op an sad
aboveboard; what bhediebebeMs: yecsuanet be tn his
estabirbs -t thm mules withLeat e that he is a ma
wrhoaUews what he is teLt. All the wr1 may haew tht
the medictne b m largely all evr tk weldd 4 th very
btest Dtaete known. It sla f rlet awith theb tet
St the head of this articlo. It Is bt the lea of a shreu or
tree, gltnhered by the wild Heo'tentotrs, d has been k~nown
for ma years. Macy o theme have sua, and bear ample
testimer to Its aesfiWne. We dare sa unproudiced phy
amcior to teat its virtm d et ye It urtec mut.
There are ether aishedets, as bhi s ets at showm .
Ard ow havng l a t&bh. devietd i tt with an ethm .
13..m which heepeaks b at eel' what ccc we my,
what need we mr' The dieaes tle are, somei of them.
peculiar and fearful Iut did our bUVl.tr shrlak from the
l,,athae lager besass the weetd db e S D hu is a
apecid remedy, ead oght to pgo rl o+ thislI It t1
htltlt any sctstisemsn cea prov t -hlemia. e
lierin it to be a blesing we have llewl Ii spas, sacd ebill
do it asain, sad fer asy ad every gooed Qs. fom a teed
qr a vriper weald we .3hk frs arrv c evti whether o
orch or at; b ut ryod ,htcygotd ede s. . let ict.
Insa man who crIes eat ooh at y l icinal,
paser. roet, sad eeseo to e am , ed s empstr a,
but sch i neotthe Bucha,; amr e h to tergYel gna
and salbue- se mas whe is bamd m d hes bsam
awlddrtght. gccews s tohe aoh Lsset theeawve of the
Iee be e t~ Mas o e sim.- ett Ube, Sterch
1USI, deltes j
THE OBEBOE IB DISPATOHES
LICTION IN LOUIJALA.
6aavaront, Nov. 6.-Caddo pfrih. MN Dem
oeratie, 1 Republican; Bosier, 1636 Democratie,
I Repeblions; Claborne, 2941 Demooratio, 2 Re
LAns CHAtLES, LA., Nov. 5.-O-oial returons
from the parish of Calcasieo.Symour 814. Grant
9. For Congress- Bailey 813, Duperier 2, Dar
Maw IsaltA. Nov. 5.-The tftal vote for the
parish of St. Martin is 1470; Democratic majority
FROM NORTE CAROLIA.
The MStae vIebaly npubesw s.
WiL.novos, N. 0.. Nov. 4.-Pbe Moranig Star
estimate the Republican msnority In the State at
8000. The election of Shobert (Dem.) in the
sixth distriot regarded oertan. Returns reoeived
hbre show a net Demooratio gain on the conven
tion vote of 3000.
WAsIsWOTox. Nov. 6-Oasfoesins here have
so doubt tha th e ieesi i Dmegshmis.
15RK COUNlON OUT.
'evs's Mejrtey 5141.
HaTrroan, Nov. 5.-Grant's majority 3141. I
Total vote In the State 99,000.
IFROM NW JIRS?.
sermetwe n etwe n M.
Tuasrow, N. J., Nov. 5.-Seymour's majority
about 2000. Oongresidoal delegation stead
three Democrats and two Repablcans. Demo.
cratic majority on Joint ballot 6. F
The state sar Seymour.
MoTrr;oxzx, Nov. S.-The negro counties of
Alabama, which gave Grant majorities have been
nearl all heard from. The majoritiee, it is
thouat, will be easily overoome in the whit,
counties. Democrate mr oceldot of Alabama
going for Seymour by a heandome majority.
Moroourxy, Nov. 5.-bo official returns have
yet been received of the election in this 8tate.
rbe regletratioa and voting in the negro countles
were unsaually full whle the white counties In
many irataaces bad no opportuaaty to register.
The Legtetature Is atill wtboot a quorum.
ROM 0 IMOURI.
ST. Loris, Nov. 5.-Missoura gives Grant about
BSN EsAhcxsco, Nov. 5.-A steamship sailed
for Hong Kong with 6781,00 in specieo.
Mepullican claim California by 1000 to 1500.
Axtell (Dem.) is elected to Cegress.
F0M P1 TADA.
SAN Fa·actsco, Nov. 5.-Nevada is reported at
1000 Relaubuau,, anra sends Fitch (mep.) to Con- I
Ear Fxai~csco, Nov. 5.-Both parties claim
emeerstiae Mal.wraw oet "M4--IrtOe
Pmsaeueras or abe Diturbanees - Cee t
lrers-Maeh E] aeeeeat.
Auvrera, OA., Nov. 4.-The onduoot of Major
t. Osge and his eemmead are highly eemended.
io far sheard from there were ao diseaburaoes
in Georgia yesterday, except at Savaneah and
Returns from twenty-seve oosties, some of
which were largely tepub Ian at the governor's
eealon, show a Demoreatio majority of 11,769.
Indatioesau re that the Demoernse majority w I
be 25 000, perb.ps 30,000.
BAva"UA . Nov. 4.-All quiet in the oity te
day. Two of the polioemse abet by the negroees
yeeteday e easd; another is dyle.
rThe apoe on the Oleeaee re u rep-d
arming aed gathering In rge numhers, sad de.
ls entering the city ander te lead of Bradley.
A armed petrl is e eight lN the city.
The m ee of yw ev t sight by aegres
oseasse deep ag eeg the whit
Omelal moa so the oily give 49 Demo
ratin majority, and the whole couaty 231 Demo
Sa Arxxa, Nov. 4-9 r. x-Large bodies of
negrees are assembliag *ao the Ogesohee and
Louisville reads to march into the ciy. Parses
lting oa the frmer red have bes eampelle to
oome to the i it for prealot e. Perusea esiag
in the oountry, who attempted to go home, have I
been ordered beok by the negroes. Aa orgaa
ised force of white me have ose toMdo the I
city to remait durlg the n ah eet guard its
B~vrAxrA, Nov. 5.-The nere d bisheee
lust nlght but are again ssebtin o Telfatre
pleotation, said to have United iates masktst,
eviday urished them. The extomeet is the
eity coata e. CiseN ae on the lesrt for say
alarm. Bopes are eaertnued that no colloa
will occur. Every precaution luhas ba tlkem by
th elvil end mlitary athorltIes to prevqst it.
Yoong Low who was killed by ta ner oni
the night of tIe ection, was bured today, av
io a very large funeral. Another pelema
died thbis evenbl, whou was shot at the riot.
* 1805o1 WAREOW.
ram tl obfec a te Itwes1te-e-no emt cat.
W·sAm.ovox, Nov. 1.-Aun early chage l the I
eecretaryhip of the treasury Ls becoming prob
Present calculations give the Democrats 75
member of Congrees; a galu of 27.
The Democrat lose Arve mad gala ten United
Dispatchee Irom the Westerna States show no
calculation gives Seymeur IasthrL electoral
Oen. Ceaby will also set as a.ifstut oommals
stooer of the freedmae'e buren for T·exas.
Meade telegraphs Great that the eleetton wa
quiet tbrouophoot his department, except at Au
posts, where the military suppressed the disturb
ance. and at Savannah, where the police retored
bhenck and Morgan have decided for no see
mion this montb.
The debt statement appears to-morrow- It its
stated that it will show a decrese of four mll
The secretary of war departed for West Point
to be bseast a week.
The freedmaen's bouams exeept regardlg edo
cation, has coed tn thi iatct.
The eveaong paesraesoy the rumors of a change
o m command of his regiment,
the twenty lsth, now mlosed ast Aneia.
Islesvewr beeweOms £me5e easel sa d
cp r iae e*li--em the Woes laUi.
BlAvAA, Ilev. l.-Captaln Goeural Lersaudi
had han intes with the Ameria coel t BaH
.van in ,e he a birs eaounee with the a
m rreoatmy gmm - in o, _Te conul
Istated thet m Amulesa cuses mIght be i
plicated in tihe aegarta, the? ferf l f5
Ivored republiaenL" . ei Irth _'m
captured, and sho.ed int and dealt .it In a
manner that ehomld eats unpicion of fool dal
|Ing, the United ese mm at ight hU a o
able. to prevuat 3ls s ez tum egmi
alowd to comult ouel, sa vIl be tt
with acoerding aetel law. The comal srbee
quently determined to ask for the proseee of a
U. 8. meatof-wiar Haoens, bat en pr leg
a telegram for the purpoee the captam general
requested him ad to semd it, as t would enour.
age discontent. The conaml Insisted and the cap
tain Lgeerl then posiively refused to allow the
telegram to be emmltted oetr the cablie.
Reports from Hiytl my Jeramle had been bom
barded by Belmee; mnsy womse and children
were killed and te tren destroyd.
Port au-Prince was aganl threatened uad
ralnave wau eompelled Nt withdraw from Jeamle
and return to his capital.
The Picoe wre daeserting Saene becanes they
bave discovoered that he is not pore blaok bet a
mulatto. His movements are watched by British
cruisersa. as e hbs of late beun deetroyaing on.
s:derable foreign property. He had a severe
attack pf apoplexy lately.
Reports from St. Domingo state that Banta
Anna had arrived at Puerto Plate, and was na
decided as to his future movement.
HAVANA, Nov. 5.-Arrests continue but no axe
Ricyloxn, Nov. 4.-Gov. Wells today respited
for sixty dye Phlip, who w tow t have been
hb o ef smmey bet e t. .
day snd seepted raein denes fverlgs the
railroad lines of the Buats from the Atate to the
Wet, and deploring the ale of the State's interest
in s rea d wheie tade my be trmed from
Virgina. It we stad thet n eet wase being
made in the Interest d Baltimore to bay the
State's interest in the Virginia and Tenesse
WAnmrroTo. Nov. b.-The Edlnberg Court of
eealons, on a final appeal, decided adversely to
It is stated that Gen. Duleo carries instructions
for electlone, llberalltions of the Cuban admin
istration, establishng liberty of the press, division
of the sland into three provinces, and suppression
of unpopular lasttions.
The Ganlois newspaper searts that the memn
bers of the provisional government unanimously
oppose Montpenier'a succession.
The king of Prussia, opening the Diet, said, new
sources of revenue are needed to meet increased
expensse. Belations with foreign countries are
bpain will recogtise Mexico. Absaga has pro
nounced for a monarchy. Coetrras ha been ap
pointed captain general of Porto Rico.
Loopus, Nov. 6.-Victoria has arrived at Wind
A heavy storm suspends travel across the chan.
Herr Forckenback has been elected president
f the Prualian Chamber of Deputies. Dr. Jaco
by, an eminent Prussian Liberal, announces his w
withdrawal from tbe progressivle party.
The peataIh Ievoelttoe FaIvesed- mn-dm I
and Refoal. ese.
HAVANA. Nov. 5.-Dispatches from Mexico
state tbhat most of the 8paniards in the country
are excited over the Spanish revolution. They
favor it. 1
The governor of Vera Cruz bad demanded that
Domlagues be surrendered to the State authorl
ties for trial, but the minister of war refused.
The Italian minister was expected by the end
of October. It was thought he would be well re
ceived, as the first representative of a European
power since the overthrow of Maximilian.
Canto, the murderer of Patonl. had arrived at
an Lab Potosi, on his way to the capital, under
IROM /OUrRWEBT TPUS.
80orrwns PAss, Nov. 5-11 A. U.-lrueneter
:16. ind north and light. Arrived r USeae p
star of the Unioe, Cooaey, Philadelphia. Creey,
Nickerson & Co. S8led: Ships Banes sad Paelle.
Seruwasr Pass, Nov. 5-Eveniag.-- Beme
ter 30:20. Weather calmer. Arrived--Bremen
steamer New York, Dryer, Bremen. via Havan,
to E. A. Stockmeyer. No departures.
Vtcxsnune, Nov. 5.-Passed down-Importer,
at 3, Stonewall, at 4. and Legal tender, at 6 P. . d
Vircxarna, Nov. 5.-Paed up: Virginia and
R. E. Lee, at 10A . M. River falling.
Br. Lora, Nov. 5.-River imp.rovng
LorrevtiLL., Nov. 5.-River telling slowly
with 3 feet 8 Inches in the canal. Weather clear
NIH dLANOULg e
Ar-rea, law pmd-- eseetur fesm *eath I
Ame eae---xpleeo-- mesaaeasa et widse- c
-eW eepesel, Nltekmeed, by rare.
Nsw Your, Nov. 6.-W. A. Treadwel, ex- t
colonel to the Conederate army, has been held in r
default of $30,000, charged with elling fraudalent c
The steamer Ocean Queen hat arrived from As- t
A battle had occurred at Los Santes, between
Presdeent Correoso and a hundred oouervative
under Velarde. Velarde was routed, losing ale
killed. Correces marched towards Chirlqut.
Cuncnsar, Nov. 6.-Prank 8hilleto's soap ao
tory exploded, killng two persons.
RIcuoeOD, Nov. t.-Believe Hospital we de
stroyed by fire to-day.
Losoow, Nov. 5.-Coaolse94. nSgar to arrive
L:trrocL, Nov. 56-Noon.-Cotton steady.
fles 15.00 bales. Shipmente Irom Bombay to
31st, sInce last report, 16.000 bale.
LItVrrOOL, NoV. 6--Afternoon.-Lard 6.L cd. t
Tallow S0e. 6d.
LONDoN, Nov. 5-Afternoon.--SuBgar alat ad- 1
vanced to 253 9d.22.
HAvaN, Nov. 5.--8terling exchange Il4j14. t
Federal currency, sixty days, 20011 dIscount.
French 2~3 premium. Freights declined irom
the heavy fleet ti port.
LoNre n. Nov. -l:vening.--Small deoeree of o
specie to the Bak of Eagland. Cossole*dtJWJ.
Loada frm at 744.
FRANKFORT, Nov. 5.-Bonds weak at 70j794. 1
LtvntslooL, Nov. 5--Evellung.--C',tton arno.
Middling oplands lid.; middling Orleans I14d.
hales 15,000 bales.
I."scN, Nov. 5.--Fugar on the spot, 30e.; t
afloat. 2's. d.@2;s. 9d. I
Nuw You, Nov. 6.-Cottonm less aInrtive :ales a
taute sad Wcatsr, ps vy; etl
$5 S4S 25; extra 6 4006 65; Souther, dell a
and dealining; common to hir estra 8 8 75l
Wheat 2042. lower during the day. n-st I
chsaned. Oatle lower. Pork lower, bat more a
tive $2l 37T(~26 73. Lard heavy,bttesa 1017te.;
kette ITI7~ic. Whisky quiet sad seeitl.
Id.te dull. Sugar firm, Mbacovdo 1ll@124.
("ote steady. Naval stores quiet and onchanged.
Freibghts lower on grain.
(;overnments excited and declinaing; 5-2o0 of
1 2 104. Tenneussee, new, c, : Norte Carolinas,
64k, do. new 5,5 money very striunent at 7, with
oii commljsion added. All kinds of securirie
are depressed. 81erlite heary, closed at 103]@
108. Gold satdy at 1324.
Goversments dooflututed violeutly end cloued
wenk after mueek exettement and heavy ales at a
scriee ewrl l the day. Btocks reovred from
the peaute be deetined again. Market closed
heavy and uneetled.
Naw Your, Nov. 5.6 - 0s of 'G1 1064. of '414
1064, o '65 1061, do. new 1;4, of '61 107 ; 10-40s
St. ILena. Nov. 6.-Tobeeo del. BSpetele
Floer iS 25~ 0.. Wheat $1 601 90. Corna G0
6i7o. Oats 4802e. Pork 829 25. Baoon-
houlders lie., etar sides 184t1 B ., esam 188.
Lard 17619c. Whtlky held Sl 05.
Cuhcmritv, Nov. 6.--Psmily floer 87 07 75.
Orsai neLsuaged. Cottee que t 2tyc. Warky
1I CS. Bacon--eea sidea 184c. Green meats held
1, l and 12c . Lard 16. Potatoes 82 23.
Lcsrrrs.xt, Nov. 5.-Tobacco receipts litrht,
prices firm. Commoe legs to eztesm tf.061O .
alee 1000 bhs. J XL LPour for New York ast
89 25. BSpere 86. What 1 75O1 85. Core.
old heMed 680 ; ew, I6e. ast 563o. In
bulk. Cotton SI . Whiky neomlal.
The coi erop Ca Olia euty, mow beilg
hrd, nat beluved by the ermerm ito boe
good uthast of lst yEmr.
To rag Ltnas.--hrhape, sl5i aou old be
teresed in the tW m aUl " I i a 'stutre e
cace oflanrer w hiJelal e 5 Sae I a
porter notice, obtra eed-elf am ate
day. He(ye e ) al) slUyt.ley
prumeadlag the grad , ains u iýt
-weln o matter what he w * h oo t-.
bet his meitstions were it ptd t sp- a
pearae of ea ron= a WI. d read
about, bet ad naver Me e. ad 1 Ia a
the maer of bar heo hItl, B was a
naturel, that il as uanal, h bht the rt.ab! I
there was the bitch, and It wap m teral hteh. t
for the dress seemed to have heel aflsally of
the customary leasth, that is about r yards
too long, but thislady, by a euarous oontrlvance 1
of knots and rtbboua, sad bpws and pie, which I
only a feminine maid could cocoat,had so drawan
It up into a bunch that it actally was about twp
Inches from the ground, the remalnilg two yards,
two feet and tea inches, being dposed of in
some mysterlous manner about her waist. I
Long time ye local gased at this crown- q
leg triumph of millinery sad Iata makling,
natil at length the object of his observation
passed slowly out of reach of visio, when he a
proceeded to collect j this, which had a
been somne - " dby _ re he f
bad witea Nob ids
eIaborate teltou, could a
for this strange behest of fal - d
as short dresses a now a the
,lshers th e ,yanee o.w eýal , a f "
wherebeythey can juollnab hr h for
a shor dre uas for a long dress, they have bit
upon the lngenious deviop of tuMaing a dosen
square yards or of stao around a id's wa,st,
christening the protuberance thla foram a an ael ,
calling it the fashion, and thepýate vit~oJW
pocketing the increased arst. at sid. i t b
dear creatures themilves like It thi poetr has
nothing to my against it. Pantaloos now-a-day
are too tight and cots too bob-tailed for say m
culine to runa lt against feminine eocentuoltie.
for the house in which he lives is too decidedly c
glassy for any stone-throwing to be safe. There
fore we say If the ladies liket t it all right. This
reporter is dumb.
Hrny WAID BmsacH noed to be a teacher in
New Orleans, in the basement of the odd Presby.
terlan thurch on Lafayette square. That was In
1642. Henry was a young ma them, and eeuld
jump the old barriers of the square with she
agility of a billy-oat. HBenry was newly mar- r
ried at the time, sad had a "kid" bout a year old.
Be had two little nigger servant girla u chamber.
maid and as nurse, and the style in whieh b he
would larrap them for any dieobedlteme or sag
loet was contrary to the Italisan mode of penman
cshp-the heavy strokes up and the easy down.
Those little nlger girls had a severe tie with
Henry, who war only an sesisteat teacher thee.
Henry was a good teaher, but hard on his sehol
are and his niggers in 1842. t
A RAIBL through Poydras. Tohopiltoola or
New Levee streets, on a bright day, sach ea
terday, when on every aide may be 5Lean v
bestirring themselves In the pursaits of ,
goes far to make one forget the cares or diap
pointments of polities, and remember, on the b
other hand, that, after all, commerce is of mighty L
moment on the road to prosperity, and that, us- t
glected. she now appeals to every on* of us for -
that appreciation too long withheld. Lo say one J
stand at noon an the corner of Poudras sreet and c
any of the great thoroughfares w ith litersct It I
between Magasite stret sad the river, and watch
the moving peaorama before, behtad and all about d
him. Draygenog in aon way lade with flour, pork u
or whsky ; float rumbling al to anotlher with p
their bales of cotton piled story h ; ae dartin
hither and thither, in and out of doorways, lumalg
over the dray skids, or dodging ender the d'P
heade--all intent on busnt"s. Street ears pet r
sing every few momenta, tinkll thekr ro ; a
coal-black darkies smacking their whigL -I , or
dancing a breakdown on the floury or mq(Ue- p
s'alned pavement. All thin you may see thre on
any each bright November day as y . And a
then looking further, you lee d one the fi
steamers at the levee. a4 t .
ra oaether the t beq I t
Ilves Its name, whilefar away up a4 t f ga a i
stretch away the long lines of bae, b
brick walls. b
Be ocelstm , was the " IetiMddae ebeme"
as imparted to the Radial 5us. by sbde esi....,
that a good many colored families living In the
back part of the city are said to have Id is a
stoek of proviseons Sualet to let over eleton
day, bang upon the outsde of thk houses pi
cards " To Lat," and then shut themselve up to
await eveuta. How must they have felt when
they easme out again and found how groundless
had been their fears?
CouranDavr GaAT.-We saw yesterday on the b
street a man who had on an old Confederate uni- tl
form coat. There it war, battered and old and a
glossy, to be sure, but sill with it army look end h
Its bras buttons, seeming very meh lie " old b
times " wbea everybody wore gray clothes and a
nobody wore "store lothe," when baoon and a
cornbread were soarce and hfgh, when in p v
whisky wa a luxury ad apple brandy heaven.
These things and may more did a ht of that
old coat call to mind.
A CraToca JUXtPoateox.-Os Taoesd", at
the corner of St. Charles Iad Eaterope tree M a
rather singular aene wee preseated. A egrro
came to the stand and voted an opes Demoeraie
ticket; a white man, nee rather well I
town, followed him asd voted as opesn at
tinket; heald the white sam aeitha ao"
pro, who voted ea ope tieket for Seymeur. We
hope the whie ara felta shmg d of hi elf.
Jtrns Drua, of Me United States District
Court, s expeted to rrive on saturday s in
which ease cort will probably he ceatened ot I
the Mondayor Tueeday fblltagL .
Coarsvrwrron Cws.-Begdla netting fr Ste I
purpose of transeoa to dea beslae of the d
campaign, sad also ta rerganiu. e
The club returned to Edwin BHarris the beautifl g
silk banner of 1860, which had been so fatithully
kept by the family of that geutiman for the pust
eight years. The beautifula new banner prenseated t
to the club by the ladles of New Otlesa durlng e
this campaign wasu Intrursted to the lsafeikeeplag of
their worthy Dreesdent, J. E. Austin, who retra- t
ed tbhanks to the club for the honor conferred. r
The White Man's anner presentad by the T1mes
office to the Central Eecutive CommItalte, ad by a
them placedin the handroftheoM bto be hbra t
during the eaDpagn. was ordad to he ltlersd
to the Ceatral Commiltte with a prrte thaks. I
A vote of thankst was tendered the ooers and e
ceveral committees for the able meaner in whclah (
they have dilschrged their dties during the c
(armpaign: siso to the severalnewspsper ocee.
for courtesies extended, and to the ladies and
citizens of New Orleans for their Lidnes ad t
support to the club. They then proceeded to re. e
organee by adoptlng a portion of the conastlt- c
tnion of the old club,. and elected I. E. Austin I
pres dent for the coenu years. The further e
eectdon of ofcers was postponed till aeot Thar- t
bn there wll be another regolar c
and intereet L" their new orgalastion as they
In their old, we predict a long and happy fuature. t
So mote it be.
Tan Fooeta GrfA e.- This elub met lest e -
ing for reargnasstiona, at their habl, 20 R. Clharles I
Mr. Peek wee eslled to the chbir as preseident
pro tern. The minoutes ot the last moeting were 1
read sad appreved. The preaYldest, R. L. Brace,
entered and rook the ebair.
A eommittee of three, on motion, wa appdoted
to prepare a vote of thanksL to the offier sad
hooeurary m~ bers; also to the ladies w.o have
smised the ebb. and the pubealuoe left t the
dlscreido of the eemiIttoe.
CommunieMaion from the Librty Guards. tender
ing thak for courtesies, w reonved sad aso
tb m tambere thYen the roll hr the rew I
orenises, after whiek the rul w esoled.
Ther heig no eher beitasheio si e lo de
,ethon, Me , . l, Brne, n.. e6 I
jored the olub, re S thaks fr the prompl- I
tade of the club sad e ts Idwasm to imeel. I
Three cheers wm thee ge the peadeas sead
It ws moved sad aesoeded thM L. reehe be
appoited prelsa t pee tom, sad Taylor Kaen
secretary of the new orgsaldem..
The committee appoined thea reported a vote
of thanke to teKers of ~the club, sad tothose
who have 4iste br-Mg It orgsals ttoa. The
eseuta li was adLpsi after whea theo ab
sdjoursed to mest Taeelay eeailg anet.
Tan Peer. GOaes,Ja.-.r. Geader,eseetsy
of this plendld JWiar onI lesehes pnust e
The purpsmr of repalhriss. Os moisa n i wa
saeaeneesly resolvd that a commhiee of thr
'seiim, e teIob, eT 5n,
th emnu ar at 0a tl ; Id Ce e , sdIreM,
Sas lfws t At . e av d/ree; M8.
eT; i .s. TI; w Lm. 7.
Accieua.--Abet 9 o'clock on WedlesIy
eveasi, while etedag his room at his resMlee.
No. 283 Bourbne meet, Mr. Jlee J. Roex, aee of
J. P. Rox, .. ssayq of the Loalaa Mos.
tsel Caosresee oeldl ashot imself
Ia withdrawing h frm abe m n order
to putt away. The shock was so asevere that b
youg gntlemna b .retraed to th-e flIr. .
mediate medical pttdaoe baing bees obained,
it was found that the bll d eateod the right
breast over the lowest rib, sad ginh along the
bone had passed oat nesr the b me, ad
l imbedded tself In the door of a walust
rmorseveral feet o.
The wourd is. happly, only a flesh woand, bat
h very palafal, so uach so, ht the greatest
qnlet recommended the wounded geatlemoe,
who will have to keep bhisn ed for several days.
At a late hour last eveaag Mr. oa wasee without
acute pain. and was expected to peasn s esy
nit; sad shotul the woend be free from say
or matter which have bee drive into
A. narA ee ismd mean, aseccased of the er.
der of a mmber of th Inscemt b the
d r d a ter *,lw St. Phlpo, earer
c ihhu, s add hi df Wedneseday shbt
to lieeorder GiesneL Judie GeaYel d Mm
ceeoesed to the Perish Phas, and m atey
set ferthe y*a man that bad made the ea.
devi agamns Beest. Th re wer tw eee
frcuted It theo Paerh Prise, w the eMeo de
olaud that the murdere least twelve
Iandhe ooeter them Beget. declariaMe of
non-idea Judge Geas al did e a sts t
dsbl, erge o Mr. elet.
Turn wAs Noasrmo yesterday before te oor
oner of the Second and third Districts.
Jres AUsLL held court yesterday, and din
oedof sir asuporteat cams of ensaels and
Joir HWi.T MAWMaaen.-The imains of
Mr. J. B. Martasteia were followed to the pve
yesterday, from his late residence. No. 216 Bor.
bo street, by a large oortege of his frieds eqd
the Deatsche Geoellachaft. Be another ild sad
respectable citizen has gone on the lag journey,
never more to reotrn. Over half a century aeo,
Mr. Martnetei cam too his city. provided with
little means, but with ouffient to establish him
in a small way In the hardware busnloe on Char
tru street, occupying hallf of the store of IMr C.
A. Barriers, since dead, and who bceme in time
one of the leading merchants of this city and of
the Pauboorg Paimonlere. In Pars.
Very few of our old edtisea, but rmember le
rieuz Martisstetn, a he wad called by every.
bud, tottertig o his wiay to or from, or sitting
in the store No. 93 Royal street, end his ecoeatrio
ways. Just as the old mn was, so was theoong
man. Ri establishment on Chartree street be
came such a confused mass of "what hot" that it
became necessary to separate it from the grow.
Iag dry goods store of Mr. Barriere, end the
Lerthweat ocrer of Bieavilie and Dauphin streets
- we pere going to say, iezt exhiblted the sign of
J. H. Martinelea, bat we doubt whether until re
cently any agn ever indltated to the paroher
the name of the shop keeper.
Fur years did he occupy the building. ad in
due time amamed onida wealth. but sill
the shop maintained the coafued and diagy up.
peoirane which characteriled it; and as a reat of
his eooentricity we will metion that positive
Ijuactioa was piseed against removing the cob.
webs hich literally shrouded the walls of the
room. The building was torn down for Improve
meats, and Royal street, opposite the presat
shop. was selected by Mr. Mertiastelt as his new
pe a of business.
It was about this time, that a flsaln l oristr
occuwed. end Mr. artinstein with that probty
for which be a noted, called a
lAp entirety unnecessary a he waqbe
to o aise as he had does end all would be right;
but eahortations and expetolalons were eavesi.
i. d ia coart asst blasgo. At stt time,
11119t411 did hot eat so meo a now. Be fter
0u proceeumgna. orwaru se sees m sw
paid out of the proceeds of the stock, and from
f to to weaty thsan dellar were turned
over to the would-be bankrupt--o notice havinl
even been takes of his real etate ! How leg is s
since the preset locstion had been occapied by
the deoseard, we cannot remember.
Whenever no other store lI the city could
answer a call for a certain ertole, It was sure to
be found at No. 93 Boyal street. You coutd bay
there anythia from a needle to the anest esmbrio
or bottle of iSk. The goods apparently wrapped
up to a deea papers or cloths were piled or
heaped without regard to quality, classtiation or
any kind of order. Bet Martlostela's memory
never failed him: he knew that two years pre
vioary he had prehased snoo as artiole, or
Dialed t away in seeM eror, nd, without the
e heeltior, he ts srIe to lay his ands
Another e of this remarkable msn
was that he ash the orsrlehe had paid for
an bddle.]aad o Ntsh t o bkept so aooets, 1
hisemory leo t s toipulate the sello
pree tt deviated, whatever
bItbt mbe tOh of the al ret. Th outer
world did st sa slthoagh be wuas
always p eapt. boxer, fora great many
years, es to or esn to visit, say
pablio place whateve.
He cofered fmor re hi is lower limbs,
which cased his toq a, l, al d ha led to
th blief that hs e w(ns to driekie, bat
an sobeter mn ever .
Of late Mr. Martisle's health bId bees i.
leg him tro tta sesces of time end the
death of his ia la , mory woesded
at the battle e i while flabug ia
ran of its (heW Sis rom l
himo in N bosm ee to wrh peopealee hea elec
ti atl aooeded, beu woe ab meek eeTd hiy th
dlor at moderalsteg the placetnt b we hard
to remark be could no mre layi his behad pos
the good be sought for, end that hae
would tend to shortea bin After iowrig
several nootheb he Iltly p dr ftrom ord
Se had lthlved, calm asd obele. Whi a
to a frlend not losg , Wa to bu evytl
for cash and never to e any ci iM
be Iad Ina the store. M. NUrtintein mrte t
early life y belonata to one of Oaur eMd*t
Cre Jlo Uigo and ieeve several grown up
chldrsn e be fortune.
PAwmr.! Ah, how the smell of it briugs back
to tie min who for the lirt time In peare eatore a
circus, the merry times of "long ao," whbee the
ietres was the met bete~sl ty thn at earth
bhld; whet the elrow wea the wtteet ma that
ever lived : wben the mnster, who octualy dmed
to whip the ald clors aoe who enjoyed the Ml
, j bf tI snuaabbed hMto, we potoutes
power an I epur . e m t Wa when.
tas damsets eh te t opo M eri I
wirass, on Id ~i I
mttuate. AS. met .d L- Ibe
brings heck thave thli-wht a btidgep It i ever
toe i ulf which dhivide low from Tea; how f
transforms the lghltd mane wtch we sew mle
yeererday moring: the hores. whhob de't seem
ps ticlarly fie, the jokes of the elowu, eld now.
but once so freb : the laugh and ches of the
sod eeco, a hearty new a ever they were ; how
"'The tide of time flow back with us,
The loruard owing tide of time,"
nutil we ere walte bah o'er the o el strea
ot momory into A.e ed of the de ps. ai
preaso! we r ad dMres ais, ad yeo, my seer
EAtte-baPinY fred, e a playfel Io, I, a
roerinae isd. yoer wi_ here a jofl tie
meMos. isd we il thr a erunbe eles-e
ether. In the teat ae s wdri eMan
you remeober when it some o .as -m.d
theme wdrd as dmb send *td enIoy,
Tas 1r o la the reaerd tbe eit _Wr
condt I h Ai olms- e o r noie, to
scem ilk c erseets terdisytao speda
ot addtuee of be bnlb ued by e OlGomo
sILkags. Tewso o
maJ 7 eo ovefnm Io JO
Nsbt,ine thyI~ etrow
MA aaefSoM.... ...
coatr , pMbbet
Campbell did vote te ad ill
Uches had 6nme wrhta h peas mens
back ot it, the ree p.5111.e wave
root, Iassekh as e a R vnts
Ted wat ao pll refored o. 1, ht
be aistake . Tehis eumrsils ia
we ih to di Jstie bea mw -'
mao rt or aiial, weid Ide ,
Campbell yeterday ouar aiWtae. hi.
eesary to add th thil sad is se
wiLot arsy requst oa at h aed g of td
party most cosed fI it.
Tans Sahyor K eavGe hold a meoss AMer
club room over the stm IAm ire
It to w the -ew
om. ean uanm, ass ;u v " toM
*Seer s ttai o
tE de hare M the
-i o th river, *U Alba
Noaw mn, o he e
and searched i, ad tmemtyazs
who were with m, Ima
A PouMuan pasvwau b"On Se s d.
BrM -La l whne in tWna
-row, owb ne ed
the musie oths theater beloeat wa t 0
lead as befea, ad siwths hIf a lar it
ae trae, ae the bleders a to pn em ,
of the tragi crreee.
It apper that. at the eecorer of a dsreet
beet aempried the(N
Poldra, arrted os ar
charge of aeult ad baney apeso ChD
Cohn.dol. besie a s Po street, sear -
Merquetheag. Tu r noarse oed lah
prisser, it i sMid at the lattr'.s ap by
of the alley ad sd. Charles wat twd
station. lnstead of going diamp seet. Whea
dooos below dras sree the sheeting e*a
curred. Blevis. s reported to have draw a
Trater pistol ad 1ede at tme oeme. it padel,
aon att pohse e c. Sosmewa dd-.
that a sht was d be the ther, Ihe ao
more shoes l all btagt beam Leda. leste
tha ran dews Bi. Chari-se rpet e UIam. tdppe
to eaondelet, a which reat. ser G . be
was overtbah by spell *aoer Doeae and
potlier.e Gotta. M iMVm wiglO o S
sms which s aeed, wreaoc dthe d ,
Ulotoe'head. the puirrer as
toj fl tat tes, elr wasad
a rob h e rem of N . e(t a
art Iunt, ~mertl. Te je>dat aL
Stheese sae IBded, ee ae d sases.a u
o med ertevie s te ol she hrd rat
Be rep Med ft r Ynt Sgvin hp
who had as fret hateel M hn es a dea
hat, shook his haeedl h SdOf S.I u a
si right had as ifa ea . esi tham
retrned to the efdes. at quartr pas ti
th e waaded mena ~d.
A.oov viva e'un.e LaPo swaime, t e drier
of a art wasm thren rae is e as, rea over ad
senrludy inased M the rer of Rampart ad
Delord streatsa.h . s tsmeeas of tI
w--de mea ane et dted.
Two Urteea ssust n gearasd lei
night under faVorett pi A ae
diuce present, Wad a t we
shown to keeap a thelb. prsat oidoas
were contihed Ia oWi fsr the sad a
rue.in sThe dm w bq eab
will met aga to atsdat
Thureday sight, at ot 1Bs1i
open for satie ueMaiL .M ew
mrae, eq., f the eia.
A ross orn at 1mtaig SL fl seeeS,
last slght, with aup $300 s rda
drawer. Beprted he W a ddes by OS
Ms. Daweir, eo t _W VW l 1Si6, la
rer of the city, toot ON YVt
the ldealb# ele wis ilmtll i
mortallategoamek ? tMsah teetg
the splt to li hWuat. Wo, te
timely ami of a sciantilo of medthib.
Two oosas s on Aie w.s . O t
the dlld tte nhe letpleae
Tan stew wat t tWs atgea sesbuM
aesh are a'e.m . WI sea No
awed to desehe fa sad aels
trore St the 0N treet
h hleed of ew ira afluime Wo
Ian isa oatrasae feinae heleW ahb
Mao Alsy, aM ess id g·ayie ap d
have beea gartared at WI gle s IapII
Pres., coaer St Cldhemeass a4d rasstes.
Tan Damocavn Pamas (hemom bald a
maeettg this *v*g as Usdqeiues, Oa(al
etreat. Bep· WI
Gnonon H. asm., ahe d d he eshebd
teacher isa New Oris, osae wrhi Ms,
Ioes, ad hee a ememe l a
avene hl New .M
adr band "," ad is b Paodme th#
ared her feveas ep h as sat I
Me thfer puplls ad *l whsm, a iSt
tohe he asmia hi. ted bmet.
Maurnaa.-Second I l D. Q. RowIas
aide d* camp to Lea. bee eported sad
teeassigned to deoy a a Ca
VYule. Aa ifthtsaly s
of a Board of thSI a
Bates, se in rsat*%rdt
proceed ho St. a fatwraio tern
Elite coastr. The wisia
shke as tueree ho thsa. S
attend them weaever I i is pasiMaea
ledastuial shk of th laaiasehe St iw.
The large nsmber etpe le pteand
Wa acopy the d eas rte the Crati
ce Oberver of the lt,: e hrav, recied
fro Mr. that dasy I of peabsa ia.hs pe
crop, wtelgity see pem bh. e aed
thwo: aad hi, l 1 b11, yle~
-. ~ -- th stmee es -- hsU.-