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TIHE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVIII. SATURDAY MORNING,. NOVEMBER 7, 1868. NUMBER 71.
eaales, ow ag to the peculiar and Importaet relations
i L the- sustain, their peyuliar orgasisation, and te otoies
peraerm, are elbjec to sany sufering. Freedom from
e ecntribute ht as wmall degree to their bhapiees and
ifar, for nomne eab bappy who are ill. Not only so, but
soe of thes variols emale Complaints can long be suffered
rm onl wlthou' Itvolving the general health of the tadivid
o Pad ere long prodae lg
RMANENT SICKNltS AND PREMATURE DECLINE.
aor Is it pleasant to consult a phyliitea for the relief of
Lee various delitate affections, and only upop the moot
ent amreeity will a true woman so hr bserTlce hter gra
t ctbm as to do this The sex will th ank as for
lacing In their heads simple specil, wth wihll be found d
efadcus in relieving and curing almost every one of those
rouhlesome complainte peculiar to the sax.
JiELMBOLD'8 EXTACT OF BVTCHU.
Hondreds suffer on in sletce, and hundreds of thers apply d
vainly to drggists and doctors, who either merely tantalise
them with the hole of a care or aply remedles which make
them worse. I would not wish to ser anything that would
do lajustice to the afleted, but I am obged to say that N
aithough It may be produced from ex sive exbaustion ofthe
powers of li e, by laboritou employment, unwholesome air and
lood, frofese menstreation, tbhe use of tea and e*eo, and
seqnmt childbirth, it is far oftener esed bydirest ritatios I
applHed to the smues membreane of the v .ina iseal
When reviewing the eaums of these dlstrseseg complaiute.
Ith iast painful to contemplate the attendant erils cone- f
quent upon them. It is but simple justice o the subject to
seemesate a few of the masy additional causes which so
largely afect the
LIFE. HEALfH AND HAPPINESS OF WOMAN
In all elases of msoiety, and whle't, enesqoewntly, affect more
oer lee directly the welfare of the entir bhurne family. The
mania that exists for precreloun educati ,n and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed for corporeal develop
ment to he wasted and perverted in the restraints of dress,
the early conlluement of school, and especially in the un
ealthy excritement of the ball room. Thus, with the body
bhalf clothed and the mind andey excited by pluaesure per
verting in midnight revel the hours designed by nature for
lrep and rev', the work of destrnctlen is half arecmplihed.
In omeeqoence of this early strain upon her system. on
necessary effort Is required by the delicate votary to retain
tier situation in school at a later day, thas aggravating the
evil. When one exr-tement Is over, another in prospeltive
keeps the mind morbidly sensitive to impression, while the
now constant restraint of fashlonable dre, absolutely for.
Uiddlag the exercise Indiepensable to the attainment and re
tention of organlc health and strength, the expieur to night
air, the sudden change of temperature, the complete prostra
tion produced by excerr ive dancing, mast, of maees ity, po.
drce their legitimate effect. At lest an early marriage claps
the climan of miers, and the unfortunate one, hitherto so
ltterly regardless of the plain dictates and remonstrances of
her delicate nture, Ibecomes an unwi ling no jelt of medical
treatllunt. Tirts io but a truthful picture ol theslperience of
thousands of out young we men
Long bel re the ability to exerrlis tle Ith etons of the uen
erativo organs they require an ednuatren of their peculiar
nervous system. composed of what is cal(e !i the issue, whihb
Is, In common with the female breast and lips, evidently
mUder the control of mental emotions and associations at an
early pin l d of lire. nd. as we shall nubseaeset7y am, these
emotions a he, excesoins, lead, song before puberty, to habits
bhihb map t1r e*ry life of ther victims ere asure has self
completed thtlr development.
FOR FEMALE WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY,
WHilTLES OR LEtCORRH(FA.,
TOO PROFUSE IMEqSTRUATION,
X IiA bnTION,
TOO I.ONG CONTINUED PERIODS,
FOR PROLAPSUB AND BEARING DOWN,
OR PROI.APSUN UTERI.
O E OFFER THE MOST PERFEt'I 8PECIFIC KNOWN:
Relmbold's Compound Extract of Buchn.
I Directions for Use, Diet and Advice a·ompany.
FEMAI.E( IN EVERY PERIOD OF LIFE,
Sron: infancy to extres old age, will and t a remedy tI , id
.Iture it the dii barge of its fanctions.
,;Ri \ fIH IR THE GLORY OFl MANiriilD AND
W UiMAo lOOD.
III'litH'I )' . EXIIA(T BUCI l L
.I i 10.L fTRiL..IllIhNINGi TI!AN ANY OF TIlE
ll:plAiiA.;uiSh tIP BAlI OR IfRil,
lttll i. ly Pxi alt r atlld I -ore Ihtolt.t·nt.
:ar Il re-iver t uo a , ·. etro t . the most proeriient phy
i, v n the ri,;,xe, . s is nw oi, red to afli.tod hu
n , o it I) KTI#N * I'RE for the toliowal g dioa-e Oand
-v. pri. fr a wn.sev, r ci-see originting.;
tnml I o itr - ..*:4 Deprerl-.
p , .*i..'i to t * Hesil,
ti/or-I I s-lro,
Her. -- v o r*piealo r tat , C - ,
Low f rite,
3 - .r • -, ' , nelner-t i,
TO IPPLURE T'ib i, N 'Iul. I T Ti!IS 0. T. A-.
- iHEL iBOLD b TtaKE Nil OrtER.
-' Lirrrguiolo aiLs Deaies cver5 5' orr0. Price $1 IS
pei hott OS iO bot rsor $6 AI. Delibserdi -1 nyi address
H. T. HELMF0OIf.,
DRtUC AND t'ErMICAi WAtRENUT E,
se94 r-dwSw r. Sew rork.
lrte s resumwe e sale dane Up Io etldengnsvsd wrrs
per, wit ta sumiL of msy Cheemcal Wareheoue, and cs.4.
IL T. IIELMIOLD.
RHE ORE8OET'B DIBPATUHE8S
PBILADWimralA, Nov. c.-The return judges
threw out the fourth ward on account of frauds,.
noaknlo the oficial majority 6812.
AoersrA, GA., Nov. I; -Returne from forty-five
countles foot up Democratic majorty of 14,000.
.ighty seven counties to hear fr.-m. Tue Demo
cital claim the State by over 40 000 maj irity.
(tHALuarroN, Nov. 5.-Returns come in slowly;
it Is impoeslole to state the general result in the
itte with certainty, but indications ate that the
liheublicans have carried it by a Radical majority.
Demnocrats claim to have elected two Congress -
COAnRLKTO't. Nov. C.- Returns from the inte. P
rior show that the Republican majority in the
State will be largely reduced. Reed and Simp
son, Democrats, are certainly elected to Congress
from the third and fourth districts, and Bowen,
Republican, from the second. The first is in d
doubt, with the probability of the re-election of d
Whittemore, Republican. d
WiLMIWl ON, Nov. ;.-Election returns are yet
so incomplete that it is impossible to say certainly
bow the State has gone. The general opinlon is
that it has gone for Grant by a majority of 6000,
at* or less. Demooratle gaIms were mde In
the first, thir i etipt l thI -ertm .
Cobb In the Arst, Heaton a the seond, Dewees
in the fourth, and Lash In the fifth oangreessonal II
districts, all Radicals, are elected. The returns Ii
indicate the election of Shobert in the sixth, Our
ham in seventh, and possibly MoCsy in the third,
WII.MINGTlw, N. C., Nov. 5 --Returns thus far
show Democratic gains in nearly all counties, but
not thought sufficient to overcome the former
Radical majority of 20,000.
Shober. conservative, is certainly elected to
Congress from the sixth district. Partial returns
irom the seventh district indicate the election of
WAsis.roT, Nov. 6.-Minnesota goes 12,000 t
for the Republicans. Donuelly is certainly de- b
Gen Grat-MeCtaleasus lemeslat Urged-
a..verime. t :Exs.seltalree-BSvevse IRe
retsa-M tlusar Order--J ohse. beme
ertet Slected .n CeiSferals.
WascirNTO%, Nov. C.-Grant left Galena yes
terday, at d will spend several days on the route.
He writes that he would much prefer returning E
hone qi.titly without any demonstration here,
soggrsting Ihat a few days after his arrivalfriends
.can visit him at his residence. i
A delergaton of Democrats from New York are
here urging McCulloch's removal. McCulloch ex- a
pro-.'es his willingness to retire on the slightest
intimation from the president.
Governmlent expenditures for October, $21,750',- d
,0(. exclusive of interest.
Internal reventie receipts to-day $244,000.
I i.e ci it statemeot putoislaud shows a decrease
of ti. o ,u0L'0.
BAI)tAIttAI Tt'KS OF THE ARMY, a
Adjutan: General's Otic:e, u
Washington, I). C., Oct. 31, 1-;:
'i .e following order has beeu received from the I
war department. and is published for the intorma
t ,n and guidance of all con'erned: d
Si,:dii r. ii .i for certain Odensues, not strict' y P
military, be sentenced to coiudnement in a penti
tLtiarl y. S
It ainy State in a military department has made
ptovisia n by law for the cntionenent in a pent
t.t ttary thereof of a prisoner under sentence by
cubrti m,artal of the United States, the depart- c
mutt commander may deignate such peniten
irsty as a place for the execution of any su- h I
s, intence to, penitentiary confinement: but if no I
rit t provie.on hi been made by any state in the
i-dt aLtt.ett, the re,-urd will be forwarded to the 2
secretary of war for dealgnation of a prison.
The authority which has designated the place d
of cobnemlenlit. or higher authority, can change 2
bhe place of conhinement or mitigate or remit the $
1 he same rule will apply to prisoners sentenced $
by millitsry cimmissione, so long as tae law under '
'ii h the military commi.sion acted is in force, a
but when that law ceases to be operative the
t,reeident alhne can change the place of contine
n.t it, or mitigate ,r rt.ii, the sentence. V
By command of Gen. Grant. c
E. D. TowNasin,
Assistant Adijotant Geueral. i
JhnPen (Dem.) telegraphs from Californli that I
he is elected to t'ingress.
The annual report of the freedmen's bureau 1
ijust made by Gen. HolIwrd, shows an expenditure
I during the year of $3,.:i,ltO.
He sees no necessity tor continning the bureau t
beyond New Year's a sy, at which time it ex x.
pires by c ngressional limitation, and his recom- I
nmendations for the future look only to continn- I
ing the freedmen's hospitals at Washington. Rich
mend, Vicksburg and New Orleans, the estimate P
for all of which amounts to only 190,000.
Tbe educational work and that of aiding the i
freeomen to collect their claims, it is already pro
vided by law shall continue till further action is
had by Congress, but the bureau will have sir
plus funds enough to go on this work without
The school expenditures during the past year
were $2.tolO.0400, of which the freedmen paid
f30 ;O It Northern benevolent societies $700,000
and the bureau 9Stt 010ti. .
McCulloch decides that he has the peowr to
re ist-ue any legal tender notes that may have been
redes reed but not canceled, provided the am ,unt
-,utstanding does not exceed $41i0.00t) 000. 'uir i
will obviate the necessity of any further sale of
tbrds or gild by the treasury, and enable the
-t (I, tIry to ati.i A sub-tant-al reliet to the ionuey
ntl, et. Aitl., nlh oppo*ed to the fIrther issue
SI , ,r enr hbe fles jistt;fi.d in rs ireting nto asn
,. inat, i., t N, rc iieve the present orticas
iii i f tictinti- l alt i r.
tmpracihment of Giovernor Reed.
t t , its in triUn t by railroad fII;lo .tick
'ie hi-re were e:zed by unknown par sat .is,
't i! ear bltdl-on A secial train w-nt with a
t,('hn ,.n, ,,t <, d' r s to the place of the rob
)t 4 bhIs moalmtng.
I noh- o is renouinated for Cingreas hy the
7' i, hllnii. W. N. Rnaunders a col red i n,
I. at si rid, pi .dent ca* dhl atr for ('ongzre4.+.
o-,,, I:i. d e vernor 01of th' "t tie. w In.
I IhC ly iii l*' ijdattire to (ta. ch rlPed w'th
rn ( r: nlid il iitl-ilqug tirs in ,R:te. e [ ti
' 'i,-' r iite ' relerrel by H I r-I l-c i, .i ik iso treat
Si I te I.te, oistt i',lt.a c-,ivetithi' Ii re- -
. u, t e lueiiihr-r, fire-e,,t voted air'ua
Alt. hll,' r'e Itirthers were n ,t in Atsted
I ' d wiai I ttaes tLc i -e Il1
i: . i. i ti i he l, Ildy in sessioan is lltee, .
Il rrt ttI..'' srcotnts. the parties who di
d tI hun,,on tree r -.r ,,d last night
- I ' . tte cara at SI dion. Ihey
k i ,, ,' , --,- (at rties an be ,ke and di
. . . .. .. l - . f ,r .,e'v. s mut'eS. I
- : ' 1" * .0 '
1l! e ecirt nre t in i .sll -rc-t tot day w:i vt. r
" ' d ' a , v, ,, - *r y re s tII|, mI+ l .i1: the
', tk." er ~nt :nmtlant in the alteruoLr. LI ~ I)
.,rd. ". ,I oc there was n. relapse. !. uiy was
eTry i;ri'g nt un'il two ,,clock:alter wtl; h the I
,nerLet tI.e ame est:er ard call liars were itde se
at 7Ier ,t cut r:.y. E:xchangt de-ieil. c-iosa. I
ing week at tl'. I. hI ater risinog to I , tlii
again C!osing at 1 ;. ,1; .
(auaeroerts advasn 2 durirg t' e 'y an! "'I ri
I::alaSt. The stick market was strt'nger at the
* ccd board, and afterwards th-re was a genoerl
i-" with much Ictivity, hut at the clue i: w.as
is i-c. leavy and i.rsettled. Fluctuations is <
Sr c. were violentthtiOnghout the dty.
I Ii, 'ald has the f,-tlowing: " r ,ere ii no
s a i-t. net of the extrer.· itonetary stroageuer
: tr * c ", and loans were made yesterday 1
n I-L- collatterals at 7 per cent. in
t t r yev y with a cotllmmsaon of per cot.
ier ct silded. There was at the same tiune
t ci\re 1i-ric in government secl;ritles.
wl ich carried p ces down from three to four per
cent . and a break in raIllway shares of from fon
to ten per rei t.. the market for thee at ,okl
I, lotrirg i a frei- banic. There hI nfortunactely 1
ro prc spect of rehif by a moe abndanut supply
-f ro.ney. The money markets l @ver the
1 r(cuntry beirg ei;:a!ly trim ent with nor own.
and a further Leavy declme in the speculative
stocks seems to be tIevitable. To the public in
terested Ia d6ea on the stock exchsage, we say
stand from nader, the store has come at last."
LmometILLt. Nov. .--River rising with 4 feet of P
water in the canal by the mark. Weather clear tl
and pleee· t. h
br. Locis, Nov. 6.-River about the enme. b
FROM OUTRHWEl T Pill.
Porrvmnwx PAsn, Nov. 6-11 A. .--Barometer T
30:20 r,nd aset northeast and light. Arrived: I
peanish brig Julito, seven days from Matanzas, .
Ioratru master, in balast, to Pnig Bros. No de
.orrvwrtm Pam, Wov. 6-6 r. v.-Barometer
10:25. Wied ertheast sad light. Arrived.: steam t
-hlp Harlan, Lewis. Galveston, to C. A. Whitney i
A Co.: ship Moate Ross, Thomas. Newburyport, f
in ballast, to master; bark Scotland, hfsrshall, 20
days from Boston. general cargo, to 4.. A. Fos
dick & Co. No departures. tl
Bau PFaavua Nov. S.-lighLt ereuL s oo
ear agse .As Ap sheek tiaeag twelve t
seconds last alht caused alarm, but so damage. g
Foavtnas Monos, Nov. 5.-Willoughby Spit s
light boe boat hes been replaced, ad showstwo
' hghts as per chart. t
Wasntxwtox, Nov. 6.-Rosecrans leaves New
York for Mexico by Saturday's steamer.
The president has signed the extradition treaty di
rwith Italy. al
t Seward has returned. ec
r Lo~sox. Nov. 6.-The Times, Disoussing the
election, holds that though the Democrats are al
beaten, and representation in Congress a largely ,
against them, they are yet a powerful party and w
must greatly influence the policy of the govern- N
ment. The success of (rant no one is diaposed f,
to regret. He has fairly won his high rank by a
bhard work, real devotion to his country, and serv.
ices which will live long in its remembrance. He
is no politician, and will take his office with great. i
er freedom than if he had uttered all the ab'bbo. b
letta of party. ti
W~atul.J1 s, Nov. 6.-The application for ap- n
peal in t'urratt' case is dismissed. Surratt is now F
ablattly free. t
---- +-- g
LenronO. Nov. 6 - Noon.-Consols 91 @9lt. ti
g Bonds easier. Turpentine 27. t
lIvate OOl., Nov. 6 - Noon.--Cotton steady.
a Sales 15,000 bales. Sales of the week 121,000 B
bales, of which 27.000 were for export and 26,001) II
e ba:.e for speculation. .'ock 424.0() bales, of a
awtch 411,000 are American-the latter nearly
S ;0 1,O0 over the estimate.
I'ant, Nov. 6.--Bllion in the Bank of France
decreased nearly 14,550,0'00 france.
LivItiOOL, Nov. 6-Afternoon.-Cotton firm.
l.ard ti6. Turpentine 264. B
e Ites rPOtI , November 6.-Cotton atloat 2-4,010 a
hales, including 35,01) bales American. Yarns h
andl abrlcs heavy. Bleaderufle quiet. Provisions ,
Hai ANA. Nov. t;.-Exchange on London 13}0 d
e It premium, on Paris li premium. On the uited r
tlates, currency, 60 days, 2'4t2: disceunt : i;0
days in gold 1@2 premium. hort sight 2~):1 N
y premium. Sugar held, No. 12, I. S. nij' reals. f,
lr.osrHS, Nov. (-Evening.-Consols 9tli':l;. B
Me ne} firm. Railway stocks qgni.t. Bonds 74.
F' asloT,r. Nov. 6 -Bonds 7 "'.
l'ARlS., Nov. ; --Botrse quiet. Rntes 70.'7. r,
Iy I\.ERPuOl., Nov. 6. - - otton firm and un
MintiLK, Nov. 1:.-Cotton qaiet and weak. Stle 1i
h 1Co ball.. Middlings 2244521c. Receipts 70r)
t hales. Receipts for the week 4792 bales. Sales
a ., 0. tal s. Exports coastwise 120 bales, foreign tl
e 17 . i:W, ". itock 30,000 bales.
New Y,.gt, Nov. ti--Cotton heavy and deci
e ded ) ower. bales 2300 bales ; middling upl.nds
e 245(dTl; . Flour heavy : superfine $6 7046; extra
S Iet 2 (y6 (;O. Wheat 223o. lower. Coroa I. low
er; mixed Western 1l 14(1 16; yellow outhera (
$1I O5. Mees perek $26 76. Whisky lower, $1 0 b
r (1l 03. IGroceries quiet; Turpentine 4) : R di. I
a, rned $2 40462 5 ; Tallow quiet; 12j@tL3.
e Freelhls quiet; Cotton. steam. .
LoturetlILa. Nov. 1;.-Tobacco firm, logs to .
medil.m leat r;ll 21: new medium $11. ilwoo in
county cutting 5l$ 5n(024 75. Wheat $1 0T~ :MOi. '
sopertine flur $5 .30(6 25. Corn, new, 55'u. ilc., b
olu :N o1'50. f(ats 5O2tc55. Rye $1 35. Lard lic.
t Bacon--ntoulders 144@l lic., clear rib sides Islc.,
flear sides 144@1llc., whisky, raw, free $1 05.
a Receipts of cotton for the week 7145 balese.
e 4('IcltNTI, Nov. 6.- Family flour $7 50 o
4(7 76. Wheat $1 GO0. Old corn 90 .; new 60 , tl
a I,c. Oats574@5.c. Cottoo dull 23@235o. Park 1
$24 .:0. Green meats 74, 10 and 12:. Lard 15}# te
17c. Baron-Shboulders 14c.: sides 18@192. g
Butter 34468. Eggs 3)c. tl
ST. I t.is. Nov. 6. -- Tobacco unchanged. c
e Superfine floor $505 50. Wheat $1 50rr1 75.
I urn 75105. Oats 47 50c. Pork $29 25. Bacon- d
a Shoulders 14c.; sides 1ttlsJlc. Whisky $1 05. p
I.OUIAIIAI ELECTION. P
The following are the returns of the election in
r Louisiana as far as received:
eymo se. ntsnt
An ea. in ... .... . ........ .... - :.
f votellee ....................... 5
, . .. . .... , B'"
St'altlwell ..... 45 -
Snsrrel ......... .......... . l .55
It a . 1' t ' o ..a . ..... ...... i-T 15
1 n, O 'idr .. .... . It I
S ,5 . t L ... ... . ... r .
I t e .-: ae .... .. ... . 7'w 2 " ,
.i eL . 1... d.. . I.y t e
I, ,,,', ............. ... . 1 75 r -I "
M ,! -n- , L..... .... Ae ei,5"
c ietc , l i'· . .. . o7. - r, I
F . I. E t ito l, G Ehel as a
i i, i t ..... .
-t ce', ,i , ...... . . 5 '5
,i 1) ioca.li. t bn. , ;i sor for isl - o
if t en stionguce a parihes baver en, herd,
tn M or. e .ars o .esoto B It e
' rwrkl.i. Uni., t. a in e and W e , 4
:. e., r tle ' l r....... 'aE 5"oit
u'chyi, l . 1,ap .- tare ,otha and
If lt eao, g tea o pt i her har vef i the Fout Dird
r eon. The parrihes of Der oto. Bienv ler.
. :, bal o le latg ae rcm dc rytl y m wjorities.
e tern "."! the fillowing pcoengers :
~l,,, (;,r'Oher and famly, Mme .innrapweft,
i,.,,I,.er I. 41wth 'censt y. cewar.. 4loic.y-ig,
lrr. (i;l lhaLn, Loii EpUen. Anion Buekertinove
,, : J' i s-il' l,oaert. P). "1.ax aril Udaugjiic,
.r. .Chta, 1l; Ehel ati o, l .teerage.
( -)·,. I;, TrEr. WtII¾Y. 1-r ., ETi .--Te ad.
vcr' -enoni of Mr. Ed. Thompson, :1 Magazine,
i ', , ~ f'! thi ffiti hr in another ctiomn of the
e irnie n's Ctrc'trc, elaim the eapecia attention
of wt itrors. r e ba In store for sale a ceoi
plete an' s-sorted stock of staple and fancy
S r "cer"tr , a ch aa cheese, butter. lard, ftur,
Sman.-. sides, east powders, ean fruits. coaice
S d awi-ky, etc.. etc.. which he is sellinuc to the
yIe-It fti f* ritres. fave !.ira c: Ca! be'. TO
- -~---- -- (
.a cpi: I 'altert, stid fie;rca :
ortl X . X /. ZZ Z333 3 '- -
. " I1 ..y are such as are made up of two parts of
Scrna.l hlapea. I.ook carefully at these and you
, , perceive that the upper halves of the charae
u rr are a very littie smaller than the Ilver
t. , ales--o little that an ordnary eye will declare
C i:,m :' ie of equal iMe. Nov turn the pae op
i. lcedou, and without any carefel lookiag. yoa
'r wl:lsee than ths dlffsrence in sJze is very much
t xuggerated--thst the real top half of the letter is
a very ouch smaller than the bottom half. It will
S .e seen from thls that there is a tendency in the
.r te to enlarge the upper p art of any objeot upon
e wh:ch t tlooks. We might draw two circles of
a. uequ sizes, and so place them that they should
s appear eqnul.--.One a Week,
Ma. CALaBaBst with the French opera company ti
for this city, arrived at Havana on the 4th. The ti
whole company embarked at noon the next day ti
on board the steamer Darien, and may be ex.
of pected in this city on Monday or Taeeday next. at tl
K the latest. Sufficient time being given for re. cl
hearsals. the Opera will reopen its doors to the o
beauty and fashion of New Orleans, which occur- c
rtnce will probably take place on the Monday a
following. We with the new comers a pleasant
trip and tender them a hearty welcome. a
CANAL. BTawrT was all life and 'tustle yesterday. n
er The retail business is improving, but slowly. h
: Wholesale merchants are doing better, and are h
, selling at four and six months' credit.
Fiva rLacs oF AMxSEMENT were in full blast e
r last evening, and all well attended. A ramble E
n- through St. Charles and other principal streets it
could not but surprise one at the sudden change
from dullness to life which has, within the past i
' few days, come over the city and those living in it.
a- A ciTy COiTEMrOaARY has something to say of p
the arrest of Messrs. Dodeon & Fogg, at the
instance of Mr. Samuel Pickwick. P. C. M. P. C. b
As this fact is not recorded in Mr. Dickens's a li. o
tion of the " Posthumous Papers of the lickwick
Club," the generally raec sed text bk pe
the nelbsated seee ldt vs. Plwte L
S(Basfus and Dodson & Fogg for plaintiff, sd
SBSnubbin, Phnnky & Perker for defendast,) we
should be very glad to know where our classical a
ro contemporary discovered the Interesting item 3
that opened Its readers' eyes lst eveninolg. t
711K ST. CHARLES HOTIEL ie putting on its winter
S dress. A new coat of white paint will consider-.
ably add to the appearance of the grand old
S Tax DAILY PaooAxuYYa, that spicy little the- c
a strical daily, is out agatl. the first number of the
y second volume having been issued yesterday. It a
wd ill be used as programme at the Academy of
. Music and St. Charles Theater, and moreover.
d four thousand copics will be gratuitously distrib. tl
Suted about the city, daily. 8
le TOE FOURTH WAnD CLsB, a Democratic organ- t
,t ization of the Second District, than whom a
o. braver or more enthusiastic number of lovers of
their country lives not in America, held a large e
.. meeting Friday evening at their headquarters,
w Franklin street, near Canal. After being callea
to order the club reorganized with Hugh Mont- a
gucmery as president. Chua. Bienvenu, vioe-prcs -
dent, Thomas Winn Hall, secretary, Chas. Cava.
nac. treasurer, - Bertholi, marshal. Reso:u.
, tions were passed unanimously and amid cheering a
that the club should hold together as long as there
. was a carpet.bagger in New Orleans. Mr.
O Bienvenu made as eloquent, vehement and effect- t
ii ive speech in favor of the Democracy, and the (
of meeting adjourned, subject to call. tl
7 Sersvrn KioilHTS.-This club met last evening
at its heacquarters. ever the Gem saloon, on
.e Royal street. Alter transacting some routine
business, and receiving reports of oflicers and
n. ,omnrittees. It was resolved that the Seymour
Knphts es a campaign club, should di-band. and
Sa new organization, under the same name, shmold
1 he formed. All the flagse, banners, guidons,
a' wreaths, etc.. of the old club, were turned over to °
the new organizatioln. A vote of thanks was ten- t
dered to Major Tolly, president: Capt. Wail, sec
retary : Major Dafy., chief marshal: Mr. Felix t
I,0 egendre. marshal, and to all the officers: also to
1i Mr. Jules Z/tarsiu, proprietor of the ;erm saloon, t
for his kindness in allowing to the Seymour n
Knights during the late political campaign the use
of his hall free of charge.
Major Tully addressed the club. thanking them i
for himself and the other officers for the kindness
,of the members to himself and said offiers, sad
nmde some further remarks to his club. Major
S )utho and Captain Wall also thanked the club in a e
few appropriate remarks. re
so The new organization, under the same name, o
then went into a temporary organization by elect- P
tug Major John 8. lualy as president and Captain' (
Wm. Ht. Wall assecrctarn.
S'be club then adjourned to meet on Tuesday a
ra cext, to effect a permanent organizatin. All per- ft
sons desirous of joinieg will find the roll as she
n Gem saloon, on Royal sreet, and are requestedo ai
be preser at the meetsg em Tuseday eaest
lUth mint. t
A resolution was adopted to appoint a commit- p
tee l Ithree to confer with the other Demoorauco
to clubs of this city, and ask them for the loan of r
'O thenl tings banners, wreatse, guidona. etc., for
. the purpose of a public exhibition of the sane, to e1
h. be given for toe benefit of the Orphan Asylums E
Sif thits city, under the auspices of the Seymour e
MIrsTE MiF. o 0 68 -A meeting for the purpose
SO of rn orusil, ig this club was held last night at a
4 the:r rims corner ravrer and St ( harles streets, d
HK lHon. Geo. It. Brauehn in the chair. A motion c
Sto fer a vote of thanks to Mr. Schmidt for the g
. rau.ttLs oue of chairs which he kindly furnished d
tie club durilrg the campaign, was unanimously
5. The club then adopted a new constitution and r
decided to meet Monday evening next for the pur- .1
6. pose of electing the officers.
a'ns CatrcsaN CITY CI rn met last night to
permaneuly organize. A constitution and by-laws 1
n were adopted.
TuIa Tartt.Rarrt yesterday, as shown by the
bhermonmeter at C. Duhamel's. Ill Canal street,
was asto lowe : At 6 A. . 4.0 degrees; 12 U.
i e7; 3 P.M. 70; 6 r. i. tP.].
t Mrrsnclu or Low-PRmIsrRn PSTrtaroarTt.- i
An adiourned meeting of the friends of Capt. lie
Havern's steamhoat project was held last evening
.t at the St. Chartes Hotel. Parlor P.
* ('apt. Marsh Miller was called to preside. Capt.
DeHAven was called on to explain the - '. I,
S o'-n,; f his model. which be did to the esarifac
tion of those present, aster whi-'h resn u:ionla were
so. p ed inttruct ag the secretary to publish the
. lI t hI sustiPi 0 At. iVY NA u, ( os .0" -
Pa~ s. -At as as.,.urneo meeting of those inter
er:tr in ai.d friend:y to the progress of (Capt.
l) avi- Dl e Hlven's steam,,oat project, Dr. J. S.
I tpies tIr-id~n by reonest ('Cpt. l'e Htven
Sreriierated bis exrlanatihn of the improverments so
fu~nrtl~ made '.ntfeent to the mest ictelligent
of the Am-rian people.
n t) I' le . a;n in a pracritil asd eloquent
n r· r cloit'ed Linrrell of tlie duty imipowu.d
uI ocr. 1 ,n: showed the cause of our lo*a of com
S Icrcr :.li:l trtee with the West to result trom the
Ssenperior idvsratages of transportation to the At
Ianti-- ports by ra!l, and the receuity of improve
men: ;n ' ur rint r sean. rs. r. he e;hti prsre
hrsvrr bher fi:ir s*.irorve.,, the fullowirg te.nlu
ti , ia- !t red by (ol. .ri. A. GrIw
Wi,, a . a At an adjourned meeting of the mer
.rd '·lire n H!I'I triimiieL a III n of this (ity, he: Un is
e. re d t ('apt. ieHlaven in his explanation of hti
' iit i 'ed plan for the imprc:rvement of tho naviga
te ,t ," 'h i M:.isnitPpi1 r:ver, and in his applicat on I
,f it am it , tie or,.ose of navigation, anrd .i ving
4.--rvei thie lu I ani r3rIanestnes i hi wlu h 't
en 's lart:v to het~rfit our commerce andlhuild upl
or~r rity • ther, to1o., b, it
'* i ,u. 'lat Capt. IDeHlaven is entitled to '
nd i e cot1Ot t!hat km of the etizels of New (Oricas,.
is. anmi to the hecrty co operation all our bus-oes
nlee aued ('spitallista. to eable him to coansunmmte
sU otrab·le an ot llct for the benefit of our city
aud the gureat West.
t. The resr.lution ha-ing ueen unanimoo-tly
x t", i,3 it was mr.:e sr. and adopted, t,.t t;e
V iss ef the rvee;r-g be tendered to Ir. U. E..
S tlH . p,, - :., : :.e -:it. h.rles flotel. for h ir
losi'taintv in ter:,. -rig the use of his parlors rnd
" rr -- 9,.-. and that the secretary Lre ia
- -t : l ,it ti irsnutnt the proreedi'ugs oif tlts meet
I, l,, het etu rrs of the 5severaI dai.y journals. I
'[' l ie':Dg then adrourned.
on , I' i . BT S~oOTING WuTIIOu T PRavOCATIONiO.
The i se of t.e State against six negroes. ac
cuied, one as principal au.d the other fice as a*.
Y c-or1 r. in an exerrable and wanton attempt to
kr, atr rli Cendig gentleman, Mr. .Jobhn Dotonde
ce ,d I. "fe a: d daughter, whlst standing on
he their hi\ :, y. Itspital street, near Danphin, a
e ;ght .r two before the election for presadent,
*ca e up fcr exn:;nation yesterday before Pe
corder Gast..tl. The following evidence was
ry ,e L- , ,, d- , ,r. n--(o the .i;th, at night,
wintesw was at h le, on losoital street, between
LUrguody and Dauphin. From hs gallery he
of Faw a group of persons, and one of them wars
u tat'kmg n gurnbo French. The purport of their
t or.'.re.,tlon was that they were to tire at witness
er rp- arn milv. Ah-out five minutes after a saot
e we. fire-I. l.e glass ot a window was broken
p end tl'e glass was a at-ered in small fragments in
on the face of the daughter of witness. The ball
ch rassed through therooom shout four inches ab sve I
is the head of the daughter of witness, and covered
illher head with small pieces of glass.
he oay. J. N. '.lt, o", ,--Says that on the I
on n;pht in question he was going down Basracks t
of street toward his residence, then on Dauphim. st I
ld about 9 o'clock. Heard the report of four shots, r
and at the same time two youg menr orame r~- •
in· sand told him that negroes were shooting in
the house of a white resident. Witneas seant to
the wigwam for assistance and saw at the same
y time one of the accuseed, enary John, runing ina
s the street. Witaems stopped him, and Henry
then said that it wau not him that fired the shot.
"If you do not do me any harm I will show you
;t the man who fired the shot." At the same time
the accused pointed out to witnesa where the
e other accused, including John Henry, were oon*
cealed. They had jmped a fence, but were suub
SJoe Bates, one of the accused, was taken from
under his house. John Henry, colored, then said.
"'lhat's the ran." At the same time he pointed
out Joe Bates. At the same time he gave him a
has that bad been picked up. telling him it was
Shis. Bates at first denied owoning the hat. He
said at the same time to Henry that what he said
t was a lie. ' I did not shout. It is you who shot."
e He afterwards received the hat and admitted that
a it was his.
Jraes CooLTr. of the Sixth District Court.
t iseued a quo warranto Thursday, at the solt of
Robert E. Diamond, who claims to be chief of
I police, under appointment from Mayor Conway,
a on Capt. Cain. to show cause, on the 14th inst..
by what authority he acts as and holds the office
RIOGULA CALL Of ases in t differeat courts
to-day at 10 o'elaek. Lawlers awli gaM, peot
a Ovcwan BTawrLo reported last evening that.
I at about 7i P. M., Madam White, residing at No.
t 318 St. Peter street, was badly burned while in
the act of lighting a coal oil lamp, which ex
ploded. Her clothing caught fire, sad several
r articles of furniture were alse destroyed. The
neighbors extinguished the flame before any
serious damage was done to the building.
TuH ALARM OF FIRg, at 12} A. i. yesterday, was
caused by the explosion of a box of phosphorue
t at the drug store of Mr. C. Liuck, corner of La
layette and Rampart streets. No damage done.
Toe PxEYMora Kmorvs.-As will be seen from
the proceedings of this club. held last evening, the
Seymour Knights have disbanded as a campaign
club. Without being invldious we have to say
that no club in the city surpassed the Seymour
a Knights in enthusiasm and display durtng the late
cnnmpaign; and they bring assurance of being as
efficient hereafter, as they have been. hitherto.
Major J. 8. Tully, a gallant knight, a scholar and
a naln of intellect, is theirpreeident, and his peers
are secretary, treasurer, marshal and members.
Hono r and success to the Seymour Khights.
Ten FUNERAL OF Orrrca GtreaDnr, whose
death by a pistol ball tired on St. Charles street
on I hureday evening we recorded in the CRasacr
S it yesterday, took place yesterday afternoon. On
the previous night, at a late hour, Superintendent
° Cain, upon receiving a report of the deoease of
the wounded man, had made the following official
announcement of the loct:
"Orriog OF THrI CIrF OF POL.cs,
New Orieans, Nov. 5, 168.
To ' ' aptin" ! al precincts
r " It is with the deepest regret that the superin
rte doun 'rntiounces to the metropolitan police
trre the kill ng of patrolman F. G(ibhardt. while
iu the faithful performance of hi duty, at about 6
o', ,k (v . Every polihceman should render a
tribute to his memory.
'" it is therefore ordered that every member of
the metropolitan police, who can possibly be
stared irom duty, will aopear at Ihe cent al sta
tion at 3 o'clock P. M.. this day, the 6th instant.
neatly attired, to attend the funeral obsequies.
.apteio will plane competent officers in charge
"t their respective precincts, and will accompany
their men. They will be heldstrictly accountable
for the prmttit execution of this order.
" (.eo. S. C tN, Sup't. Met. Police."
r At 3 o'cicek yesterday three hundred and sixty.
a eight fi:ers,. marshaled by the captains of their
respective precincts, and all under the command
of the superintendent. marched from the central
police station to the corner of Customhouse and
" Galvez streets, where, in the Hail of the German
Turners' Association, the body of the deceased
awaited removal to sts place of interment. The
funeral procession was here augmented by the
a Tursere. who turned oat numerously, carrying
stands of colors and preceded by Jaseger's brass
eand. Followed by *earriages with mourners,
the line passed through Galvez, lilenville. Ram.
pa rt airl Canal streets to Greenwood Cemetery.
o where the remains were deposited in their final
t resting place.
r William Illevine, who s*ands charged with having
shot the de-cegsed, was arraigned before RIcorder
s Becker yesteuidy morning, and was remanded for
A QUANTITY oi or GA FIxTIRIa and of wearing
a s parel were stolen from a temporarily anorcu
pied hbuce. No. 342 Magazine street, on Wedues
dai night by thieves who effected an entrance by
D climblg op a rope which they threw over the
Saller). The inma'es have since returned and then
d discovered their loss.
y TIt REV. F. W. lionLA.N, of Rochester, N. Y.1
will oflicia ito the First Congregational (iUnits
d ran) Clurch, on the corner of St. Ciarles and
Julia streets, to-morrow. The edlflce has been
repaired and put in thorough order.
o Tas wirs or ANrnoNY NAsRv, living at No.
' 69 Delord street, died suddenly yesterday morning
at an eatly hour. 4he husband reported the fact
at the police station, and the coroner was notified
to hold an inquest.
AN ALTERCATION between John Halley and
John Tobey. at the corner of St. Petei and D~n
phmn streets., on Thursday, resulted in toe shoot
ing of the latter and the stabbing of the former.
SNeither ef the wounds are mortal however.
- .:TED STATES COMMISSrONER WARRIN'S
Co ier --John Conroy, a sailor on the recently ar*
rived liver lool ship Polar Star, charged with the
nmurder of ('apt. Low, manter of the vessel. dur.
S ing the vo3 age hither, was arraigned yes erday at
e 10 .t.. berure lhe commiisioner. The following
teelicorsy was taklen:
J. niii. I:;i i,~, r -,oUor - Is now master of the
r hp it o r Star; was mate at the time of the
death f ('apt. I.ow. Capt. Low wras killed on the
;Inh ii S. ember, ItdS. I wac by hi- side at the
timne -e wse hitled. I was on deck, It being my
a tc, ,l(low from 1" to r. at. Capt. Low was
itti g n the main hatch. Be and I went for
said to see hew the carpenters were getting on;
thte captain then comnmenred talking to me.
3 Whil e we wee thus conversing the prisoner came
behlt.d us end stabbed Capt. Low in the right side
with a kilte. Pitl ner made no remark at thetime.
Pristone immediately ran out on the jib b, ,on
a n (Iapt l.ow, on after being stabb-d, fe1.
Ar At!e ton e he was stabbed he said " y ;G Id.
I ad I;m carri-d iaft and he died o fifteen mm
uiet. hfer cirr3ing (il t. Liw aft, I proceeded
Saftr ('iir y ' iih a loaded carhine. I told him
rhco elnr :Ianell up or I wnold -boot him. He
i nie-lie'~ty surce ndered. I plut him in duuie
iroer as ,i kept h m there urtil we arrived e the
pn ", it New t)ileans. Everyt-ing was quiet on
I st:p hi niit- the crew. Tbh occurred aoutoct
le tielrrity of e(;o. BrCwn,Thns (T'el nend
Oe sOr Mae.!in. s arnen on the Polar Star. cin
hin,, al.l ii. abovre given. The acca-ed was
sea t fcr trat heftre the I' ited Statea I ircnit
Court. no bail being llowed.
6 M;t.lurt.--The destinations of the fire c-um.
y panies of the thirty.fourth infantry, sent Lihber by
;Ger. Gtl!em tor temporary drty. and whicts de
S ported sasin on Thitrsdal evening, ware as fol
I loas: ( trpanie t ard F to Irenada : cimp
ri ies Card ( to Holly SFinoes: con:jpay h" to
I :-r the l ruvionens of ee',i,-. 7, asn sa of Com
1g gtv p, r,ed .July 17. l1o0 Brevet l.ieutenant
t (-,it el /I. I:. Iliss, major thirty.nintr infanity.
5, Is. l,-eu appointed a field officer's c.urat a" the
pcrt ( i F-,rt .takuon and ,t. Philip. I.E.. for th,
r,.i of , - Li ee l-ted men of hia regiment as may
l riopeLr crtme before hin.
--- e o,--
We ~ opy from the New Orleans ciirrespendent
of theeCalve' 'in Civilisn the following not e of
or ertErtrin I rit:zn, Mr. Jose II ,nhngo, a'·l hti
n.ary f i, ,ds will join us in a hear'y indorseenit
of '-ue ,n:
I seed !rn to-'sy, for pnhlication, the card of
my old friend, Din Jose Domingo. ,nc of the
n-,st re pectable of the Spanish merch*nts of thle
ci:y. Don Jose has been an importer cf real
Haves eH~ n arR C rnC Ierste was avery smtall boy
tOo hlige to talk about: and daring all that time
Sit hlie ie ever "gon• bahk"' on friend or foe, I
Shave ever heard of it. His cigars are all of the
very best. That is positive, and so wel is it
u n:iert ,,d thronhont the valley of the Micoie
o ip 1. that 1 doubt If there is an importer who
n e', ." hnlf thCe confid'e he does. If asry of
1 nor readers wish to smoke something really ine,
S let ther. crder from Don Jnoe.
For s--aie reason the Methodist Ch-r-h of Chil.
I:c.,the requested the late conference to send
. them a siagle man as pastor. The conference
t hiandly complied, but the pastor stopped on the
road to his new station and brought with him a
In AW UzEWWTs.
ne Fr. OwaRstt.--A we had anticipated, Bea.
is DeBar's Bob Acres last evenioa proved at once
Iry n artheIt sad nmet ludicrous mpersontion. It
was witnessed by as sadim amet so large as we
on could have wihbed, but yet seient numerous
no to give the t theater an air of lfe sad ty, ad to
he call to mind past measoes when Porrest or Restorl
a. hove appeared there. Mark Smith played Sir
SAnthony to prfeeties. Sght year have p
nrioe he came before the New Ore feoolihtes.
m yet time seems to have made as change t thato
id, humorous, good natured conntenanoe, the ex
ad preseuas of which are a comedy i themselves.
a When, after deouncinalg his o the eapt tan, and
as threatening never again to call him " Jack," he
Ie retired in a well-counterfeited rage from the
did stage, it wa to be followed by appreciative ap
plaiuse, wLtih, at frequent Intervals during the
Lat eteniig, was rep sted.
M r. Pcpe'p Goptain Absolute was the acting ef
a finished gentleman. Of the female characters,
rti, Mrs. Malaprop wa well assamed by Mrs. Rse
of wood, aed Lydia Laguvish, by Miss Osborne,
i the occasion bting the Arat appearance of beth
' ladit a ia iew Orleans.
* in the ofterpiece, Miss Belle Howitt as Janny
le Leatrlutngs, charmed her audience by introduo
og. among other feature, that tiptop song
rte"Cn t. Jl " An that Io p as the
To-night we are to have the " Bohod for SBaa
i. Vasrr .-The " Serious Family" comedy is
in an old one, but, well played. t Improves like g
ix- wine, with age. From the days whe Bart
rl made the character of Aminmbab 8tek a hoese
he hold word, we doubt whether the seal moaeisU s
war ever more thoroughly apreciated, the wolf
Y in sheep's clothing better pe'ed than by
Viing Bowers. Think of it, yoe who were
as absent. Oh. what laughter there was at his pios
as groans. and the indignantly virtuosi sowls of his
a- coadjutress, LauIy botoerby Oreamly, s Presto
es. And Floyd, too, was a rolliclkgl, wholedsoalje
m AtLrphy Magtuire a oas could wish to see. Te
character ia one which wins the audleee in
case, but particnlarly whea draws with sno
ay vivacity as Mr. Floyd infsed it. Miss Wallace
Swas pleasingl and naive as nufa Trres Ms
Or on, of course, a very dashing Mrs. Ormsly
as Delnaine the eracter suit her admirably; and
tis Freeman, as Charles Terres' demore wire,
had every one indigmat atthe tyrnalies she ender
went at the hands of that preciou pair Amiun
dib and Lady i'owrby.
' Dreams of Delusion," a brief bht always wet
come drama, preceded the comedy, together with
to a pas setI! by MIle. Theresa. Tonght " East
eot L3 ne " will, in respoese to a very general sd a
NT. very natural request, be repeated. together with
) the farce " A Thumping Legacy," and to-day at
,t the noon matinee, to which we would particularly
of call the attention of ladies and children, will be
ial again presented that pretty comedy, " Masks and
Faces," in which Mies Preeman has so fasously
acquitted herself as Mahdl l1~ie.
AcAs"Y or Mt'trw.- Mile. Tournoir, the famoa
young temale gymnast, having reeohed the city a
in- day or two a-nce, is announced to appear on
ce Mindsy evening, and promises to astonish her
ile audience by a terrie flying trapatRl . So we
S6 bhall await the debut of this agile stranger with
a considerable ilterest. Meanwhile, today we have
the noon matin6e again, toward which bebdoma
of daly mray be aeen the nurses na the little ones
be moving from all directions through the city, is
A- tent upon a holiday's enjoyment. Nor will they
it. be disappointed, for In addition to tae olio of
ae. songs, dances and Etiopiantbes. there will be
ge offered a beautifol ballet," The Belle of the Vi-i.
or lagse." sad a laugbhable froee entitled " That Rae
)le cal Thomas." This programme, attreative as it
is, will be repeated again in the evealog.
AMES' aI~NwacGIn AND GCtrco.-The proprie.
ly; torn of this mammoth traveling entertsinmeat
air could not have hit upon a more eligible season
ad for their visit to New Orleras than the present,
ral when, under the infoence of a genial sne, all
nd arture smiles, and when our popeatioon, emerging
ao trom the anxieties and excitement of a presAden
ed ttal campaign, are ready to throw themseltes with
he abandon into the search for relaxation and amases
he meat. That this is the fact. was evidenced yes
ag terday by the very large attendance at both the
a afternoon and evening performance. The
re, attractions are emistakably namerousa and great.
a. A Baer collection of wild besets and birdas w
ry. have never seen--even i old Baranm's famed
aal museum-and the performances in the ring, al
thouph shoru of the charms they possessed for as
ng in childhood, yet appear eminentlyl satisfactory to
ler the admirers of that species of entertseinnest.
for Go to-day or this evening to Tivoll tircle and see
rag £RRIFA]LU AT PRINCIPAL m@TI IA.
e- St. CAnRLUS.-L L Abeort. wife and son, Me
b h ile; 8tanley 0 Thomas, wife and two servants,
he Al:; O Smith, St. loele: W M Levy and lady,
en talseatven; W A (Cheatham and wife, Nashville.
H W Koernisberger, Galve.tOa; Obes M 8t Jobs
Y.r New Yorl; Arthur Halle, Manchester;, Ohrles P
3 Rleber: J ( Lombard. New York; Theo Pbhillipe,
od St Aouis; R-bert A Ginaiman, city; Samuel Tate
ea R P Nely, Tenn: GeC Oavadlia, Ii Cavedia, A• i
Ageilato, New York: H F Van Wino, La; ~dw
Rand. city; Dr A V Woods, Terrebonne; J D
to. Beauchamp and wife, Texas: T Gibson, Terre
iog hoonae; B Towmper, steamship dtar of the
act Union: Ed Benedick, La; Jas P Rebee, New York
led Two-beaded girl and attendant, New York; J I
Pnith Brandon. Ml-s; L C Moore, Vioksinrg,;
ad T Calais. Dewitt. Miss; T B Coapwood, Yardes,
n-. Mins; W H Rose, Valhan'ntatloe. Mise.
ot- CITY-E Kargler., D, Woodville, Miss; P J
e,. Oleires, N O: A Blumer, Bandeboro, Miss; l, lay.
cork East Baton Rouge; J L Moody, Texas; Mr
and Mrs v e Skinner, Providenee, R I; Mrs We
N's N tellers and four chidren, Galveston; Themeas
ar- Latchford. U S A: Thee Dixua, New Philadelphia;
the D J Anderson, Lebanon Junction- Mrs J M Giog
lar. gin and two children, Texas; JR B ryan, Va; We
rat A Bow, London; R Guison Richmond, Va; C H
ing Whippo, Looklville, Ky; L Mooney, Gosnale
Texas; Mrs Weymoun band son, MtI; J L Doagh
the and onr. lexas: Jas W Barnes, Texarn; C W" a41l.
the Ia a O tR R; W A Braina d, oarar, Lt: Mr rand
the Mr, C 1 A di n and infrant, Providence, it I.
the ST .'ALs-- enty Gilbert, Ala; Allen M Par.
my ker stil fri ad Men.phia; J 0 Harris, tres: Wa
rs T le lena, Natchez; J J Myersalnd nephew, Tex;
'or- IGeo Stokes, F T Caper, Thad Mder. J :o'fon,
o; Mi'-; .I, D Unds, Charleston, 8 C;' B R Altns,
s. Itxla ; A ('uingpham, Ala; J W that, Mid:
re hIts J W Ladigdham, Galvest,ln, Texas. B M
ide uaLb, MHt bie; H Witherel and wife, New Or
oe. eat a; Ch.as I et engill and wife, iMrs H-r.rietta
~ io tboLe NIew Yoik; J A Ita her Vlck-Ltur4.
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d* AN ITeIo FoKt BAcUtiLoaarn.-A j'lrcaton wife
I-;o - I atl (- fa-ping0 atl1 iroiru t r I (i.:1 au I're :n rcl
'ed -auuti I.t:ie twigs that are ar ,~ig ao rii.g
,m I-m* riurt. rihe kteps hiru ii. a .-e h) c(: Il iit
He I-r::ng,. If e, ay an) tbhirg i', sVi w tL ed
.e ,tn rf r,re tlJti g Juo Li g Lt. A .1 ,i; fer
t .e ,.r , af p:rt of al the comni r neur t irr -r In
on ill wi rWid berlo'ngs urnqrieetl,, ' y ta i roan.
Out Ie r r I t t',llb a mn£ L I toluLrltl ,lv ii a are 'I Se
wl hrh bit Tfe --unve!n ita to do. a w'e e tc h
e ld a t, nera-ie r cf the mhr.-l p'rln:ilr- kfr( ,. If
.- .l,,'-irr-r I:fe had lred, thert wrruld have bees
n, ft,iacting up of orange pre:--uao touchrg all
l he pc-. In walltillg along the t'rcet--.t a tattit
.,ri dri: kurg !'ih a dispgus(tig vracity. If l)iver
tm Lt-·tmbth b6d been mauried he woli never have
by !trn that memitrable sad ridicul~,s cnat WV!,en
ale * v r y ,, fi jd a m an w hoim you kr , . ,¶tl . a', --it,
fol. udtl3 drt--ed, or tacnking vshaLr i'y. aor c rt'uitnL
p ,r t " c i el t:ittl 3" of mwre Pr. ', In ;a ) h r- Itd hly
rto re IA h- is lit t a Iarrid n0 lu: 0 rr t l i ct-r-cr-e
r ii0t-re , of-thie little - " t te,rri'ied
on- ret in ,..'a:.d IiCe. Wi' a |- -g .eraIlV have
a 1t it I nir t ac 1tra. tibi-ir r I t, , P i . ,r lly
try . I, i 1hcr bh- dtdIs arie 'e" r . it :, t e i rlte's
th ,,,- -a Ii.e he t,,tlat t ,i t .,'i the ,ln
it' L ? I 'tI. are whie--,..:, th.o-1 pi fulfol
la ty hCr. C11ip)ilg i f hI t: :re a Ia - f i ,( .icuou ceit.
The lrv. Mr. Mdi(.h, the are y elected preei
eat ,Lt o01 l'rc'etion C.'ll-ge, i he IIairIal4 ad
o -Ira-ta a w n.}ys ago, sat;l it tas d-ir4ts,;e to
ba add a grnnssoum to the roeiae. Mr. Ithbert
ent 'oaLer, af t)he New Y,)rk L.loger, rmouto this
centetne in the nrwspaper, st:r- .i.cseed with
]of lItiULII, Ran lturning to lha :heC k hook, drew a
the hek iloar $0,,i, which he reailtel e o tev. mr.
(his HNiCh to aid in the erectoun of a sutlaile gyr
eat rI unrium.
A co-e bra'ed arthor once wrote that t 're'.h
SIwiian v rII lore her husband it bh- i -'.'. :r wit:y
eor cbival:ouis; a G(;rean woma; Lf i ia c-,st arst
t nd fraitflul; a Dutch woman if be d ,ea not d-,
ti- :ih her ease and comfort too moth: a ,p ,~ares
rh woman if e wreaks terrible v-ngeance on siil
of abe fall under her displeasure; ao Italio woman
no, It hoe i dreamy and poetiesl: a [)arlia w nuan Ir
he conaiders her atrve co00utry tfe briebteat and
most bsppy on earth; a Bus.ln wons, if he
holds all westernersr to be macrathe buhar·a-na;
ifl an Enlibh woman if ae le of the on illy ; sa
Amerlces wemel if-be has pleiry o? money.
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S Jeansuchetk Is to take up her abjie in New