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'pE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVIII. THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 1868. NUMBER 81.
rmalesm, ewieg to be pecalier and imp~tat roelttAs
which tah oyatae. thel pselaler ergaluatle, sad the eoes
stea p4aorso an sect to .mey saeraer L Freedom from
4lae eestouribmie as emall dea to their hapeiem sad
weMler, for •some e be happy who arn L eot oly m, but
s meo of these vr.nora Female Compla tsea log be fered
e eomsN without fnvolving be gener health at theiedvd
sal, aod er long prodc.nuc
PERMANENT SICKN!SS AND PREMATURE DLCLINE.
Mer l It pleasant to consult a physician fi, the roller of
these various dellicate aretias, and only apon the most
urgret aerrity w ll true wom so , hr acrilce her greFa.
est shers as to do thisb. The sm will tha thank as for
placing im their hands simple spectefs, wtic will be tomad
4essieus ia rsllorte sad ereig almost every eme of the
trublemome complaiale peculiar to the sea.
KWEL.OLD'L EXTRACT Oe i008.v
uandreds o r - a n shtMies, rod hundreds of othe. apply
sohlly to drougfots and detem., who either merely tsotante
them with the hoe of a care or apply remdles which make
ber wees. I weuld not wish to smu t anything that would
do toiesme so Me sh lted, but I am uobli to say that
t beagh it moy be predaeed from msemdlv. eoabetea ofthe
pewers of t', by laborioue employmst, nwhbolesome air ad
died, refse meatrumioa, the mn of t( and en,4 alnd
&eqemt childbirth, it is far ofteer cased by direct lrritaese,
applied to the macous membrane of the vagina itself.
Whe re mewiag the mesao of them dstreeusig oampllntae,
9t most palfhl to eastsmphts the attendami soils emN
g·est upea tthem It is bLt ieple Julese the ashdect to
wemermte a few of the meay additional eai whlch so
larly ree the
LIFE. HEALTH AND HAPPINESS OF WOMAN
In an laes. of socriety, mad whldt, ecseqeontly, steet mers
r ites diretly the welfert of the ire humano family. The
anie that eusts for precelous education and marriage,
eas., the ypers that mature deigned for corporea deymlop
t to be wasted mod perverted In the restr s of dres
the sarly coalnemeut of school, and especially in the mu
helthy exaltmeat of the ball room. Ths, with the body
half etethad and the mind unaday encited by plaR re, per
vetiag to mldalght revel the hours deegued by mators for
loop and ret, the work of destructlem is I a sompli shed.
In esmequaess of this early Mtta upon bhr system. ao
sessmery eart is required by the delicate votary to retain
her sluaom toi school at a later day, thus. agravating the
seil Whs em o ecitsem t to over, another In prospective
hes e d marbidly soasthve to Impresdmo, while the
now oumsteet wetrlatd of fashionable dr., absolutely for
biddieg the eserLt Indlspesable to the attalnment and ra
t ern of e ls hebsah and sAtemsah the oupsare to iaght
asr. the sadden change of temperstar, the c mpleie prestra
Meo prmdaced by ezeomive dameaig, mest, of meemelty, po
dmo their legitimate d"ec At lst esr marrlage d leps
the a;llmax of misery, and the uartunalo o, hitherto so
tterly regardless of the platan dictates anod rmonstraoe of
her deUlsao nature, becomes sou sawl ug s r Jeo of medic
WIeanL N This is bat a trathbalpictaeo of heoperLe of
oeasaed of ear young woms,.
Leag behoe the ability to ezercis the to ~isas at the gre
rive orgeas they require an educatico f their peculiar
nerwvs ysorm, compoud of what i mcalled ti tissue, whlch
I. I. cmmon with the female bLeast a: lips, evidently
nader the eosan..., rmeces .-.* * e at or
seom posted of life; sad, as we shall saubeq ealy oe, thee
emete.s, whem excesaive, lad, long efore I: tbty. to habits
which sap the very life of their victims e r tare ha if
empmeted heir developmat.
FOR FEMALE WEAKNESS AN: DEBILITY,
WBITES O0 LEWUORRWUA,
TOO FEIOFVU MEN TROATION,
TOO LOMS 00RTIIUE : PRIODS,
FOR PKOLAPFBU AND BIAIRIN Do% 4
OR PROLAi'S] S UTEMI.
WE OFr0 s TE MOMT P1ORECT P[1( IrIC KNOWn:
Hmabold's Compound LZýtiatof B3ach.
i Dbstieas er Uso, Dist mad Advl essempoa.
FEMALEB IN EVERY PERIOD OP LIFE,
tIeem SoLh S etame old age, will dad It a remedy to ld
moterola the deshargo or eits fmieas.
ElREMOTE 13S TBM OOl? OF MANH OOD AID
EI.MBOLP's EXTRArCT rUCU
IS MOR gTRENOTIIEMINIO GTAN ANY OF TRE
FRNPA1AfIOIS O BARIIK 0 IRON.
lIAnitely Nafer and More Puleoaaact.
pELMBOLD'S EXTIRACT ISUChUL
Emieg aeusmed the ndorseeSt of the meet premlimi phy.
taus it tihe Dm 4 Mtais, is new ofrod to atIed bh.
mnltty es CETAIN CURB for the feollowg deeses lsod
sympsem. from whetover caese wcigeing:
Intel and Physical Depression,
Determimauem ef Blesd to Se Read,
Ahaoes of Maeuiste Kieaey.
Lees of Appetite.
agd m Iemior der eis or he oqaso o r *" .ho ,
ag dx ggrawas oL orsU
5. 3. I530m
1'B OtE8O1NT'8 D18flATUh'.I
Cetafedeate Dead at Autletas-see. Ste-@.
mu ' IReperl-amnlpervahoe Appele.ed--e
Appeiatment as yet for L.ltemam--Sea.
Os at t at Evwar' Dimmer.
WaSNmorTo, Nov. I.--The trustees of the
Antseram cemetery have suspoended consideration
of the burial of Confederate dead until their meet
ing here in December.
Gen. Stoneman reports that he substantially fol
lowed Schofeld's policy with modlfications ren
dered necessary by clroumtances, that the solo
tion of the Methodlst Episcopal controversy must
be left for aJudiolal decision or legislative enact
meat. The controversy involves delihcate legal
and ecclesiastical questions. That arrangements
have been made with most of the railroad compa
aies advantageous to both the roads and the State.
pay ments to the State to be one-third currency
and two-thirds bonds. He compliments the man
agement of the freedmen, and conclodes : "So the
respect of the people both white and black to the
laws, and their innate love of justice, is due to
the quiet and good order that reigns in the goof
old commonwealth of Virginia."
Bupervisors appointed to-day: Geo. B. Wil
lfams for Indiana, and John Olney for Illinois.
The state department hase no ofical advice. of
outrages upon the American legation in Para
Grant was present at Evlrta' dinner party last
ighLt. Responding to a toast. president elect
Grant confined himself to a few words of thanks.
S. M. Clark bas resigned the supermntendency
of the treasury department.
It is regarded certain that West will not be ap
pointed. The Express says: "The nomination
of ]ea. R. West as supervisor for Loulisana, was
also confirmed and his commission made out, but
we learn it is withheld, as Commissioner Rollins
desires to withdraw his nomination." The Star
says: " The appointment of Ju. R. West as
supervisor for the State of Louisiana, has been
signed by the secretary but not yet forwarded,
and it is said that Commss oner Rollins is not
entirely satisfied with the appointment, though
the matter may soon be settled and the commis
sion be forwarded."
Rear Admiral Radford succeeds Farragut in the
The Guberaasrtam l Sembble.
TALLAISSEB, NOV. 1d.-At the apzpointed
meetimg of the justices of the Supreme Bench to
render oan opinion on the legality of the Impeach
ment of Gov. Reed. Chief Justice Randall was
absent, and the court adjourned till to-morrow
morning. Nething was done. Judge Randall is
not Iwlted for belore Friday or Monday next.
The State seal in posasesiun of Gov. Reed was
received here from New York on Tuesday. It
was ordered by Gov. Reed while in New York,
becati.e the trat one now being used by Lieut.
Gov. Gleason was defective, and before the im
peachment question was broached.
The first is so imperfect that it does not show
the design, while the last gives a perfect impres.
A vacancy existing in the office of the attor
ney general by the appointment, some weeks
ago, of J. D. Wesoott. Jr., to the supreme beach,
Gov. Reed on the 9th appointed A. R. Leek to fill
the office. To day Lient. Gov. Gleason appointed
F. A. Dockeray to the same office.
The hope is expressed by the citizens that we
will not have two Supreme Courts in addition to
our other complications. They also hope that the
late additioso to the population of the State will
soon realine that " this cruel war is over " and
that Graut is elected.
HAVANA, Nov. 17-To the Spaoil, Consul, Ne"r
)Thk--Pluerto Principe has r ret s sdrC,
efgace dy wen Psr p has r
and of the most advanced opinions, protesting
against tie disorders at Bayams, and the manifes
tations which charascerize them. They also as
sert their constant adhesion to Spain. and offer to
assist the authorities in quelling the disturbances,
confident that the supreme government will make
to these provinces the conceas;ons to which they
may Lave a right.
The insurrection is breaking up. You may
make any convenient public or private use of this
tele ran,. (Signed) Lasen oi.
MAaTLi.AN, Nov. 17.-Ricardo Palacio, formerly
chief justuoe of the Supreme Court of Slnaloa, has
been arrested and taken to parts unknown.
A terrible wind and rain storm occurred Octo
ber 15th to ltth, doing immease damage to the
city of Alamos, in Sonora.- Seven thousand in
habitants were destroyed by the floods and whirl
winds. Lorato, in Lower California, and several
other small towns, were entirely destroyed.
LoeNon, Nov. 13.-The Times estimates the
Liberal majority at 120.
Dispatcheb from all parts of Spain announce
Lop'oox. Nov. 1R.-Tn three hundred and forty
two conestituenies the liberals gain forty-five and
the tories twenty-two. John Stuart Mill is de
feated. There has been considerable rioting at
NAIrLt, Nov. 18.-The lava from Vesuvius has
filled and overflowed the Fosse Venetian. and is
stil flowing. The upper cone is discharging
columns of flame.
EWIBCLL.A OUl .
Fowr BHAv, Nov. 17.--Sheridan huas left for
Canadian r.ver, 150 miles south of the Arkansas
river, to auome command.
He hasb 27f troops. The warriors number 7000.
Haid fighting is anticipated.
br. Lecti, Nov. 1.--A Little Reck special to
the Democrat reports that Gen. ('atterson's com
mand was attacked by the Ku-Klux in Sevier
county. Three of the attacking party and one
militlrnan were killed, and several wounded on
each at e.
S. e, Fua.cisco, Nov. 1.-The Arizona Indians
have commnenced a vigorous warfare. The peo
pie implore Halleck to stud them troops.
Mearuie. Nov. 12.-- G;ov. Clayton's martia llaw
proclamation ssys : "The time has come when
the State government must maintain Itself at the
poiit of the ba)onet if necessaury. We ask no help
Vicsar'go, Now. 1&--...Raed down: Dexter at
9 A. .. BHart Aole at 6 P. J. Wp: desk asnd
barges at G r. v.
i-r. Lorts. Nov. I'.-River falling with 9) feet
water to t alrO.
lA,t'rvtI..B, Nov. 1-. River riing with 74 feet
water m the casal. Weather clear and cold.
FROM UOUTBWET PAS.
SerrTrmpr PaM, NOv. 19- 11 a. s.--Blrometer
:;1,;I. Wind north and fresh. Arrived : Steam
e-lo Yazoo. Hedges,. from New York to Harris &
Bidwell. No departnres.
Sot Tnwsl r PIAss, Nov. 18-6 r. u.-Barometer
30:10. Wind north and light. Arrived: Steam
ship Kensington. Barbeon, from Boston, to Wm.
Creervy & Co.; Spanish brig Anclar., Batey, from
BSetisgn de Cuba, to Jachi Masles & Co, Sailed:
Ihrk Ella M. Long.
Loenoa Nov. 18-Noon.--Coaols 94. Bonds
74 I a l OtrW 5 Is .
lxvaroOl.. Nov. 19.-Markets closed.
Haas, New. 1&-Cotton dull; low middling
Nw Youa, Nle. 18-Evenlng.--Cotton-high
grades scarce a trm; low grades c. hobetter.
alae 00 beoe. Ieo middliag 2tis., midUaeg
uplands 24*c. Plouare-SW s and WestrsT aper
ne firm, 86@6 75 : fo ra drooping. common
to fair lextra $)'Tl ts i. Wheat 12c. lower.
Corn le.e. er. (M dha o firmer. Par tr
e 6.o L . L6 N-bsea iH;L@t e.
S e ine me , tarpon
eottom by teeam @d. P r-by e s. Gd4.
Mosesy * at 6OIc. per eat. Prbme disooa
8912. Bterifg nomieal at 109o6109j. Gold
satrve and exzeted. Closed 1344.
Haw Youe. Nov. 1S-Eveiagn.-5-20s of
'62, 1091; of '6, 197j; of '65.1071; do. new,
1091; of '67, ll 1; o '`8, 114t ; 10 4de, 186:.
Gold reached 1361 to-day. Stocks stronger but
unsettled; ri mold at a diference of 10 per cent.
between regular and seler at 3 days, closnlg at
LocIsVILLE, Nov. IR.- Tobacco - Sales 51
bhda.; prices advanced Ic. on lags and In. on
leaf. Cottoa 210. Bogs $7 50®7 75, gross. Mees
pork. new, 624 50. Lard in tieroes 15c. Wheat
$1 76@1 0. Corn, shelled 55@40c. in balk. Oats
52664c. Rye $1 30. Superflne four 65 6006.
Plantation molasses uSe. Bacon-shoulders 13@
134c., clear rib sides 170. High wises 95@98e.
MOBILE, Nov. 18.-Cotton opened easy and
closed firm: sa'es 12.0 bales; middlings 22c.:
receipts, 434 bales.
CI.cCi-arl. Nov. 18.-Family flour $7 6507 75.
Wheat 1t 78Q1 80. Corn 5865t'. Bye It 28.
Oats 56c. Cotton, fair demand at 22e. Whisky
:i7c. Mess pork $23 506324. Lard 141o. Bulk
shonlders 94c., sides 13j41l4c. Butter :'33:3tc.
Cheese 1618c. Eggs :;0c. Apples $212j 25 '
bbl. Potatoes 75,0c. J4 bushel.
8T. LoUrn, Nov. IS.-tobacco strong and brisk.
nuperfine flour $4 50@5 50. extra fl 75~t 50.
Fall wheat $1 65(i 10. Corn 75@,2jc. Oatu
l42c. better. Poik $24 50026. Bacon shoulders
litc., clearsidele ste. Lard 14 l-Sc. ll
Actas)r or Mrstc.-The burlesque " White
Fawn,:.' wih all its gorgeous scenery and cos
tunics, and its sprightly muscal features, will be
repeated tois evening, together with an olio per
formance. including Millie Tournoir's famous
trapeze act, which none should fail to see at least
once. And we may here state that this young
lady's benefit ocours on Saturday evening, on
which occasion there will be a gymnastic teamsrn
nent, consisting of three separate and distinct
trapeze acts. Miss Millie will appear on her own
bar, on Hawley's single t-apeze, and the Miaco
Brothers' double trapeze, while Hawley and tee
Miaco Brothers will apper on the horizontal bar.
VzARtrrits.-To-night" Under the Gaslight"
reaches its eleventh representation. The demand
for seats continues unabated, and the camp stools
were never called into more active requisition
than of late. Vining Bowers as ,morkey and
Min (ray as Lau,'a C',urtlnd invariably receive
a litn' share of the applause.
Sr. COxaLzs.-Miss Price as Leah, the F r
saken, in the drama of that name, and Har
Macarthy as im O'bryar ins " Temptation,'
were the attractions at the St. Charles last even
ing. To-night the programme will consist of that
beautiful play " Nobody's Daughter," one well
calculated to show to the fullest advantage the
simple, unaffected acting of Mss Price in the
character of the herome. " Paddey ('trey " will
also be played, Harry Macarthy appearing in the
CONCIrT AT ODl) FALLOWs' HALt.--The con
cert at this hall last evening was attended by a
large, brilliant and appreciative audience. Four
part song " serenade " elicited prolonged ap
plause. The singing of Madame B--e and Mr.
Meteye was duly appreciated and applauded.
The flute solo of Mr. Farmer was beautifully ren
dered, ard, being encored, he played the " Last
l(one of Suommer" in such an artistical manner
as few performers can do. On the whole, we
consider the concert of last evening a success
in every particular. The duo, piano and flate
selections from " Robert le Diable," when exe
cuted by such performers as Wheat and Farmer,
will not fail of attracting a full house.
The ('omla IMes.
The fuilowing stables arrived yesterday even
ing by the Jackson Railroad. To the warm friend
who sent us the list we return our sincere acknowl
RICHARD A IILOO['R STrBLWM-G. RI(C,. TRAINxR.
Br. c. LIonust Pst, 3 y. o , by Melbourne, dam
by Vincent Nolte.
BI. f. Kittyl' ree, : y. o., by imp. Mickey Free,
dam Brown Kitty, by Birmingham.
Bay I. Betty Bar,. 3 y. o., b, AnatralianlhM
Iar f. (Carrie Atherton, 3 y. o., by Fazzoletto,
dsm Ulycera, by Imp. Sovereign.
Ch. c. ./ouh Kil"our, 2 v. o., by imp. Mickey
Free, dam sister to Prior No. 2.
Cb. f. 2 y. o., by imp. Mickey Free, dam Blonde,
Bay I. 2 y. o., by Fazzoletto, dam G;lycera, by
J. B. PAITTetRON' i STABLE.
Ch. f. Lotiu.iani P., 4 y. o., by Daniel Boone,
dam Maggie G., by Brown Dick.
Cb. c. W?.ie nllu,,,ip, 3 y. o., by Sherrod, dam
by John Hunter.
Z. WARWIt'K' STAIILE.
May h. .loe .luJston, aged, by Goodwood,
dam Judy, by Sovereign.
l'b. h. Tranit, 4 y. o., by Bleak Wind, dam
Prairie Flower, by Sovereign.
JAMEL'S ccHANAN'e STABI.L
Br. f. Chcni.ette, 3 y. o., by Rogers, dam by
Bay f. Mary McD)oal'i, 3 y. o., by Banter'a
Glencne, dam unknown.
N. ;lass has one bay colt, Faro, 4 y. o., by
Bleak Wind, dam Jane Wilkins.
THn Sroza Citor or LoClsuIANA.-We are in
debted to a friend who has an experience of
many years in the cultivation of sugar in this
State, for the following interesting intelligence :
We have heretofore referred to the smgar crop
of this year, and, from the information we have
receiven from time to time from the various cate
growing parishes, we have made estimates of the
"probable ' yield, and now confirm what we
have already stated: that the crop will exceed
one hundred tboosand, and may reach one hun
dred and thirty thousand hogsheads.
A trip along the coast will give any party iter
ested in the sugsr culture an idte of the yield per
arpett tI plant cane.
In the parirb of St. John the Baptist a number
of planters commenced yesterday, and those who
have been grinding for some time are perfectly
satrfied with the yield. and as the weather is ail
that could be desired-dry and cold, there having
already been a heavy frottbe belief among
those who have a knowledge of the number of
arpoents to be ground, with the yield already
ascertained, is that the crop of that parish will
exceed six th'neaJtd bogabeads, or three times the
crop of last year. The canes on Watson's Hope
Plantation sre excellent, so are they on nearly
all plaes.. It is to be regretted that the machin
ery on the Angelina Plaotation got disarranged,
as the crop is a large one, but it is hoped the
coupiing to the numill will be readjusted in a day
or two, ahen the work of taking off the crop will
We ded not see that the ice of last week inter
ft red with the appearance of the cane. It is true
it is not of the neep green color of two months
ago. but ths color it now has we shabould judge i
ow:rg to its growing ripeness.
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Puni 'n Pa~rTwrs.--Col. Rufuon R. Rhodes, sro.
IfclJor of patents, No. 23 Commercial Place, ofl
c:ally reports to the Cuasncat the following com.
pctghet ni rt&.g~rc . hern inventors
&r thi V e aom r 6, te g.
Afi,,l t/onr- W. J. Cochran, Bidtimore, annealing
pit fir ir utaling car wheels.
'iri,/i,- Chas. Brown, A Ibermarle, proceas of
preservag limber from decay : . L. Pole, Rich
mood. btt tinge.
ltest I irioia-R. J. Russell, Moundavrille,
'No-. C(arolina--J. C. Goerrant and I. J.
Field. leaksville, engraving machine.
(;ucrgi--R. M. Barthelmeses and ('. C. Mllar.
Sa·rs'nab, oar coupliug;1. lUass, H. DL., Bavannah,
Alo,,mao-E. T. Ligon, Demopolis, railway car;
J. F. ('arkrett Montgemery, butt hinge.
k;:,.-ail;--Walter Clifford, Bul'y Spriagp,
mde of cauring kanpsacksa.
TeTUer.M-e-John A. Lee, Chatanooga, animal
l'issouri-Wm. Anheuser, St.B Louls, extracting
sccharine matters from malt; Datniel Currie, St.
Charles, rotary steam engine; John Frasee, St.
Louis. wind aull; A. J. Kletaher, St. Louis, paper
fastener; E L. Morse. St. Louis. cotton ompress;
TLhi. Chambers, St. Louis, pump.
TeIos-S. C. Thornton, Macomb, combined cnl
tivator, poiew. harrow and rller.
ewerstes-Macbise for slanghtering hogs. Jefer
son Parker, Loulsevile. Ky.; plasm monuld, M.
Sweeney, J. E. Mathews and 1. Hartley, Wheel
ing, West Vbrinta.
LsEglul Par -Improved apparatn fer lilht
inlg and regulating the bow of gase empoyed for
linating pssrjsn A. Barbear, ew Orleans,
Jlfty-3ve debrS besr apleulel moeve & ahker
family sewing maehine at 182 Canl stmLea Y a
eohie warranted Ie yearn. Bemmer, taecker,
braider san quilter give with each macbins.
focal Jnttllgen . I
HBor AWatLR.-ib. ('harl e HNtel.--) T
Mc rg. , 'adv, ebildren, and servant, Miss: (' R
Pratt; (G Wallace, W A Smith, N Y; P Simm.s,
city; Joseph Ballester, wife and servant, Boston;
J W Irwinm. Mis: Mr. Taylor, city: T. J. Banson.
Franklin: R Anderson, La; Lient W B Adams; Jno
O Pearce, Maysville; Wm Stanard, J S Brunock,
Wm A Priest, Mobile; J C Matthews, Jr., Ala;
A Lorib. N Y: Sam'l D Farrenoe, Philadelphia;
IE Caldwell, V B Gnonson, Mobile; J W Lapliey.
W Plattenburg, Ala; G W Norton, J P Norton and
lady, Miss Mollie Robinson, J B Maynard and
wife. Miss: A Buchanan. E P Naylor, C Mattes
and weife, Louisville; 8 F Williams and lady, Misa:
T 8 Darling, 8 Louis: D B Chapin. Cincinnati: IDr
F Seymoor and lady, HBywood co: W Wolf and
wife, I t A.
,A..loams-Wm f BHomes. La: J Clay Wilson;
Wm Pastor, New York; F A Cheatham, N A
Stuart, Baton Rouge; P A Savage, Mobile; John
Thompson. Miss; ) S Goodloe; J B Corken, Tan
gtpahoa: H H Harby Mance: A J Falls. M iss; J A
I 1Harris, AIk; Jao T Reed, La; A K Highlander,
Cicinnati; Mrs C W ttrude and child, Louisville :
W Hewett, cit: O J Fore, H E Cannon. Ohio: H
A Pinchard. Va: J i) Shmpon. Wm 8 Clarke. Ga ;
W B Wilson, Louisville; A J Wisoa, Jefferson,
SE Cows. Galveston; P Jacobs, Washlng
to; F A Obeathmas; N A Start; T Engteih,
Rockport, Texas; Dr Metallord, Blackwater, R
C Kelley, West Station; W A Mord and family,
Charleston, 8 C; T 8 Tufmau, Ky'; J B Choice,
Grasson county: George Lee, Alexandria, Va;
Oliver Btef, Sweet House; Wi D Kyle, N Y; A
Cottey, city; W H Mangeena. Miss; E Hunton,
wife and two children, city WR MB ance; O Reid,
wife aLd servant, city: 8 W Sawyer. La; C W 8
Brown; H Schwarts, Galveston: Mrs Peckett, John
Peckett, Nashville: Mrs Murphy and child, San
Antonio. Tex; George Reese: Mrs C Prucotts and
three children: Wm Curd; George Wolfrain. Tenn:
W J Young; W W Coake and son, Miss; W P
Fears, Texas; J B Dagger, city; B HI Kerr,
Tia WEATHEFR IS (GLORIOUS. Sunshine is Court.
ed by everybody, and the princely wards of the
nation baak in the autumnial rays with the firm
conviction that for the next four years they will
be called on to do nothing but " eat sugar candy
and swing upon the gates."
DEATH OF FATtiER DcrNcAte.-Yesterday wit
nessed the funeral of Father Duncan, who, for
some time back, has been officiating in St. Jo
reph's Church, on Common street, near the hoe.
pital. He was, from all we can learn, a man
eminently useful, and one whose lose is to be de.
plored by the community in which he has lived.
Be was much about the Charity Hospital, where
his accomplishments as a linguist made hint of
great service. His body was followed to the
tomb by the boys of the St. Vincent de Paul Asj
lame, the girls of the Bisters' School, a number
of the Sisters of Charity, besides a large train of
other mourners. Father Duncan was, we believe,
a member of the order of Lasarists.
ToE I)IPPLY O DNMOCRATWC BANNERS. guidona
and wreaths, at Masonic Hall, on the 3d prox.,
t romises to prove an occasion of rare interest.
There were about eighty clubs in the city, every
one of which had, we believe, at least one ban
ner, while sone had two or three. A large hall
like the one selected, when decorated with the
blazonry of a hundred banners, will present a
spectacle well worth going to see.
A CoRRcTIox.-By typographical omission of
the word "no," in our report of the Board of As
sistant Aldermen's proceedings. published in yes
terday's edition, the resolution of Mr. Pandely was
described as being one " instructing the oontrol
ler to Iaene warrants to A. L. Lee as State prin
ter, ect." It should have read : " Instructing
the controller to issue ,, warrants to A. L. Lee
as State printer. etc." We append the resolution
' hereas, the constltutionality of the State
printing bill will be contested through the courts,
and whereas Gen. A. L. Lee, claiming to be State
printer, b a.i~ t-. ý.- +.- . -
ahtr,il'ere by resolved that the controller be
and is hereby instructed to refuse to issue any
warrant to said (len. Lee as State printer, and he
is further instructed not to prejudize or compro
mise the rights of the uity in any way as to the
Tno. Bar.uaMN SruAMsiiir Naw Yoax.-Amidst
the political defeat which has recently befallen I
our people, it Is cheering to witness that, no
oaunted by it, they are, both by their own
endaavors and by inducing the investments of
their friends and correspondents abroad, still
engaged, unfaltering, in the great work of ex
tel.du g our commerce. s hen, at the close of
the war, it having been demonstrated that cotton
was n(i the monarch we had loudly hoped, the
(it zens of New Orleans were loin to look to
other sources from whence to regain that scepter
which in the turmoil and confusion of resoundiog
arnie she lobt. Then it was that, their eyes
opienel at last to the real importance of the posi
tion of New Orleans at the mouth of the great
river, our merchants began to appreciate the
vast Li nelits to be derived from the West
ern trade, both coming and going. We can
transport the cereals of the vast
Western pratrie' to either New York or
Europe far cheaper than they can be carried by
any overland route; and we can bring back to
the West the products of Europe at far less
treights than they can be carried via New York.
These facts gradually worked themselves into
notice; and one merchant after another perceiv
Itg their existence, proceeded to profit by them.
The result was the establishment of first a
direct steam line hence to Liverpool; next one to
St. N.azalre, France, via Havana; next one to
Hamburg direct. Durting this time various barge
lines Lad been established between this city and
Mt. Louis, freights Leing thus much cheapened;
St. Louis was made a port of entery, thus allow
iL t gyode to pass direL'ty from the orean steam.
rilp to the barge; and a large elevator has been
Iii tto ficilitate the transporation of gramn from
theL barges to steamship. All these were links in
the chain of events thst will bind New Orleans to
a great and prosperonus future. And what calls
forth tlhs paragraph is the chronicling of the ad
dition of 3et another link to that chain-the ino
aigurrt'on of another line of steamships connect
imp this port with the old world.
cert has existed in the city of tiremen for many
years a cotmpany known as the North (;erman
lI.ds,. whose boats have pliedbetween that city
and New York. This company, seeing the futu:e
in store for us. and desirous of sesBzalOg the first
eltl,<,rtuLtty of profiting by our coming good for
tune have taken two ol their boats out of the New
l ork trade ~od will irneatter run them between
itren en and New ()rleans. The first of this line,
tfe New York, arrived here a few days since.
l.e brouglht over some 175 passengers, besides
reiglht. t.lnce her advent both from the circum
stences whbch we have mentioned which throw a
pti ualr inrterest aronud her and from her own I
great as ze and besity, she has been visited by
quite a Lumber of our citizens, anxious to take a
tok at a easel which seems a harbinger of good
iortune tous. Our reporter had himself thought I
of tablr.g to trip to the lFourth Dstrtct to see the
new aralrval w bhen the reception of a polite note from
Mr. Ed. F. Stockneyer, the courteous agent of the
sasan invitun. h.m 'm t .tba -em aIk
yteralry evening, decided him to no longer delay
the visit. On hie arrival on board he found some
Ozurn or so of cur prominent merchants, ship
angents. etc., ssembled to appropriately celebrate
the inaluguration of the new line. Before gotor
hrtter it wou!d be well to rsay something of the
hr at ittself. Bultat at(;reenoc k. Scotland. and
rtted a .\ 1 by the insurance companies of Ea
rope, the tI as as taunach a vessel as ever floated.
lilr dienelions talc ld;5 feet long over all, 42 feet
wide bhy 32 deep, thus being the largest steamship
that has ever been in this port. Her capacity is
r.:t tone: she draws eighteen feet of water.and
tan carry convenlently 2.-00 balem of cotton.,
'tough on this present trip she will take oat but
ItisO. so as to make sure of erosing the bar with.
out detention, and 70 paeeagers. Her engines
are i:mense, benDg 7(U1 horse power. Bel cblat
and stateromsn are certainly as handsome as we
ever saw. The main eabtn is a long room, lightoed
ty two transms, with walls elegantlypamtod I
ai d decorated with extremely handsome pletares.,
chiety American sceaes. The apoottmeets of
the bedrooms are omplete nm every partICular
so eaomplete that a glasce at them weold almost
w ske a person wilitlg to face the mnal *'e mer for
the pleasursm of traveltog therean. The New York
is eeommanded by Cage. F. Dreyer whohashad
cbharge of her fo r some eighteen moatha pest.
Ibase facts learned duorn a walkr mud the
ship, a wleh masy strase and carens sad
beasnful things amn ander his notle, onr re
pcrter repmred to the nabs, whoe he femd the
party be h left there, largely Innereased. sitting
down to a hounteoely pradI table. A glance
aronad maeealed many fkes. made famitir by
their prmieae toin the Excheage and ae the
flag. Amon·st them were Mr. C. 'I. Fddeeke
presIdent of the City Natin Ba, nk; Mr. Lalin,
of Momy, Lulling Co.; Mr. Williams, of Wil
Ieams, Ruperti& Co.: Messrs. Michel and Christ, of
Michel & Co.; Mr. Gray, deputy collector of the
port; Mr. KrEtsehnitt. eunsul of the North OGer
man Coufederation; Mr. Stocksmyer, ageat of
North German Lloyds; Mr. Borlain, of New
York. consul gendral of ollantd: Mr. Prericks,
Mr. ibcs lder and Mr. Reiciardt besides others
whose names we eeaiot nol recall. The
press also was largely repressted. In response
to the invitation of the host, Capt. Dryer, the
guests proceeded to do fnll justhle to the magniS
cent dinner which was then set before them, and
that dinner needs more thasn a passing moention.
It was a superb one. Everything that an epicure
could ask was there, served up is a style so in
viting that a man seemed fbrced to eat whether
he were hungry or no, and washed down by wines
which. made in sunny France, or by the banks of
the Rhine. seemed to be yet touched by the stn
shine oe( their native hids. The substantial por
tion of the banquet over, and the table somewhat
cleared of the weight of good things unoder
which t bhad groaned, Mr. Krutsoboitt, eoasal of
the North German Confederatio at this clty, pro
posed the health of the commander of the vessel,
Capt. Dreyer. To this Mr. Stockmeyr rer
sponded. at the same time calling upon Mr.
Buddeeke fleor a stimentiment. That getiemas,
in quite a speech, in whia _ei end that he wus
home. a ship from the city of his birth, and closed
hy giving the health of the officers and erew of
the Bremes steamship New York. Variosuother
sentiments and responses then followed in quick
succession. Mr. Luling gave the press of New
Orleans, which was responded to by Mr. Bigney,
of the Times, who gave the f(erman merchants of
New Orleans, to which Mr. Bcjideoae responded.
The reresentative of the CnSCENTr was honored
by being called upon to respond to the toast of
"the ladies:" and Mr. Lane, of the Bee, in response
to repeated calls, delivered a ashort, pointed and
eloquenthlttle speech. Messrs. WIIHams, Frericks
and Reicbert, also contributed their quota to the
fund of toastes and responses. But all too soon,
while the tide of enjoyment was at its height, the
sense that there was a to-day's paper to get up,
called the representatives of the press away from
the attractive scene, and so, with the statement
that we are sure the rest of the evening was spent
as pleasantly as was the early part of it, out re
port of what was done most here close.
The ship will leave New Orleans for Bremen
to-morrow, the 20th. She is now being loaded.
We would asy to our readers that a look at the big
ship would*amply repay a trip to the Jackson
street ferry. just below which she ties. Her om
cers are all clever gentlemen, and will, we are
sure, take great pleasure in showing their ship to
any strangers who may pay them a call. The
boat is a thing of beauty herself, for, aside from
her great size, her finish i so complete as to chal
leone admiration at every step the observer
takes; while the reflection of the peculiar slgnifi
canco which her appearance now bears, makes
her an object of special interest. .
Our reporter is Indebted to Mr. ttockmeyer and
Capt. Dreyer for courtesies extended.
TnH CIrr is fast filling up with country neigh.
bors and with strangers. The hotels are crowded
already, and the signs, " Furnished rooms," which
nmet one during the entire summer, on half a dosen
houses in almost every square, are rapidly disap
pearing. The people of New Orleans look for a
gay and busy winter.
Loox or-v FOR rvoa 5l!W'araLPes after the ear
rier has left them in the morning, readers, for
yesterday morning a number of boys, who hk* to
take the daily papers, but take them in a felonious
way, were arn ested near Coliseum square, charged
with being in the habit of stealing newspapers
from door-steps. and even from nader the door.
wa3s where they have been placed by the car
riers. Such thirst (or literature on their part may
be very flattering to the writers, but is certainly
annoying to subecribers.
Tas TaMrilATra yesterday, as shown by the
thermcmeter at C. Duhamel's, Ill Canal street,
lately corner Bienville and Chartres streets, was
as follows : At 6 a. M. 5 degrees; 11 M.53; 3
r.m. 2 2; 6 r. x. t 1.
Tnk WMrarwrs Res Cornse is doaly in use for
training and exercising the many high-mettled
racers which are crowding to the city for the com
eg fall neeting. The stables and quarters near
the course swarm with trainers, jockies and ostlers.
A good many amateurs of the torf take advantage
of the beautiful weather and the tine roads to
drive out and witness the exercising of the horses.
TnR Sr1-ora Soronaoss.-The members of
this organiation who are desirous of keeping
their menmbership intact had best read a notice in
another column, in which a meeting is announced
for this evening, and which deolares that every
rman coOsidering himself a Mouthron should be on
Land. As the election for ollicers wlil take place
we sdvise a full attendance. Itally, iouthrons!
Tna FIFTH DIxTRicT CoraT is transacting its
iusibees, very rapidly. Monday and Tuesday eighty
entries were made on the minutes, consisting of
judements, delaults, rules to show cause, etc
Judge Lesuonont is as indefatigable as he is
prompt and able in the performance of his duties,
and he is well as'itetd and facilitated by the clerk
of the court and his experienced and obliging
Tirs rits reo'urrr of Louislana is materi
ally inceased is evidenced by the fact that from
September 1 to November 15, 1867, 365 bales of
cotton, shipped to New Orleans by small farmers
in lots of 5 to 15 bales per consignmeat, were
seized for debt. whilst this year. during a corre
spindicg period, only eight bales have been
I besame evidence is more remarkable In the
return goods, the plantation supplies, etc., or.
ered. P here twenty consignments of this natu-e
were arrested in transit, lust year, by the sheriff,
Lardly one is now on record.
Ths is an evidence of intrinsic prosperity. It
shows that, although last years farm products in
our State were below the average, the farmers
and planters had the good sense to economis,
and to keep their cash receipts for the emsiag
year's disburlnemtnts. Next year, with asuch a
policy we msy look forsomething like a return to
the plreasant days of the olden time, when our
country cousins came to town and gave an im
petnus to business of every kind with their ihberal
FalNCIs A. For.NIT, kaown to the bar for the
last thirty years as one of the most industrious
pcnsaen aboCut the courts, has been appointed
crier of the Soventh District. Bccess to him.
I, T Tillru ArasBs were made in the First
Diltrict, yesterday, between daylight and dark.
GiN. Jotl.ul R. Wair, whose name is mentioned
as riler'iVs.,r of internal revenue f,r liUIsIana
under the t rvilorns of the rew law, is the came
ent!crn .n of that name who, in the crspscl,'y of
chief deplnty U. 8. marshal, has for two years past
been on do y in this city. Both as an oficial aod
as a sEn tloian Cen. West has many friends in
New ()Orleans and ttroughout the State, to whom
hia :ppointreret as supervisor will be a pleasiog
Siece of otellTgence, It may be also mentioned
tn this oonnection that Mr. T. J. Kinsella, a ape
cial agent of the treasury department, arrived
here on Sunday from Washington, upon bhuames
connected with the tresuary interests.
stone stairway. on Camp street aear Grarver, yes
terday morning. She presesated the extreme of
porverty and despair as she lay almost at full
Irgth, her head and shoulders resting upon the
granite step. her body extending out upon the
ridewalk. bbse was either asleep or Insensible,
for the poor rags she wore barely covered her,
yet she made no iffort to arrange them In accor
dance wito propriety's demands. No one ap
peered to know who ahe was or what ailed her.
For all apearance to the contrary sbe might
have iee an imported Neapoiutnlnazzarooe, so
complete was the abeadaen of her public siesta.
"GiCir ory of the stes, you buoagry looking little
devil. said the Chinese grip man, etandiag oa
the curb stone of Camp street, dsterday, and ad.
dressing a troabtesome urchie who evinced a de
sire to crnwd np ausplcioudly close to the basket
contaening the ma's stock in trade. The boy did
get o0t of the store raptdly, followed by a gen
eral laugh frhm the bystandes.
T t I'rOsoetro evinced by the superintendent
of poce uand the recorders, to strike telling
blows at the gangs of thieves about town,
bring them all in for their dues, is begnning
already to have its effect Those arrested mow-a,
days must expect no leniescy, for there is sa evi
deat determltnstioa on all haInad to have New
Orletas a well governed and peaceable oity.
Capt. White, chief of deteetives, on Tueeday
ni-ht escorted a equad of thieves from station to
st~ien, for the purpoe of marking his man ftmiliarl
with their " mulgs.
Oa husams are w rened ait a lie gme
which has receatly bees stegted about towa,
a-rsog the colored popuLation. Fatalg out what
neighbors are tlPte friends, a gestlemas of
color will present bim et the remienses of s.
with, " Please, 'm, En.Smith seas me roew
to borrow your ae," or your shovel, or your
wash tub; and if you give it, you and Mrs. Slth
will never see It agI.
IT so woaur a visit to the Third District Court
Wedadsrday. wimsethe trial of appeal ease
from oustli es of the prase. One lade the oourt
lobbies erowded with peoe of every matioality,
the pripalap portion beiog Oeeseg , who esma
be e moat ltlgious people in the parish of Or.
leans. An Irishmn ttles his dimffiulties with a
stalwart blow os the faee of his opponent: as
American with a bowlte.alle; a Frenchma with
a defance and an exchange of cards; as Itaise,
a Spaniard, a Portugueee or Maltese, with a
thrust from a poulard, or the promise of a veadet
or an ambuscade. The Gaecoe, Iruaseble is the
extreme. bold and determined when t csomes o
blows, will exchange words all day with an op.
poeeat as voluble as blelf.
The Gascee butober or milkman looks on him
self as as lastinetive litigant. i his seighbor's
animals trespass so his pasteres, he hurries ofl t
his lawyer and lasets a proess for damages.
The attorney may plead In piteous term that the
trespsp has a caused ave dollars d ag
and that the cats, McR t 14%
expleti unpleassant toarl ear, the Iro
de Diu, ad a thousand other objr aoe. The
placid attorney loses his equanimity promise
everything, inates his appeal b re Jge
Emerson, and patiently awaits the day of tria A
day of trual It is for him; bt a day of triumph sad
vludictness for his client and his eleat's witasees.
All the petty spites and scorns of rival vadcewrls,
as they are termed, are ventilated for the Jadg'i
delectations. The young gentlemen ut admIs a
to the bar profit by the chance offered them to ex
hibit their splenetic abilities, their powers of ls
vertve and their lunoo. The parties plahtiff and
defendant ndule In declamatory gestures sad
impassioned whispers. The witnesses atch o
excitement. The plaiftl's witness on the stand
turns with a scowl to the defeedeet's attorney,
and replies to ,bi cross interrogatories with snap
pash spitefulnaes. The sprig of the forum mets
angry Ia his turn. Prom the soave and measured
tone in which he began his questionlng he gra
dually rises i the force of his intonation and the
emphasis of hi gesticulation, until he s as loud
anas vehement as " the Nestor of the ear,"
whose voice has someoiaes reverberated as far as
The questions sad answers re new made with
a volubility, a rapidity aid a confusion that ex
ceed all understanding. Is valE the kindly and
attentive judge snape bis eyes and attempte
to restore order. The blood of the etatetadig
lawyers is up-this may be their Irst forteael
opportunity: the suppressed family or clan ant
mosities of the principals in the sit are aronsed;
and the witnesses on either aide imbibe the bitter
ness of the principals, and the jargon is intoler
able as that of the parrots in the bird stores on
thartres street. If the judge orders the court to
be cleared, the scores of partisans, male andl
female, throng the stair ladhla, and there give
vent to their animoaly. It is o loeger '" ern,
not loud but deep;" the hubbub gathers strength.
and the appalled tyro of the bar who have raised
this re enagtlon of the Tower of Babel, apply for
a poetposement of the ease,,whleh is readily
granted. The caly plasid foaes to be founaad the
scene are those of Capt. Dan. Byerly sa his ex
cellent deputy, J. O. Chalon. Both were too
well used to bombshells and the rattle of mushk
try during several years of eapleeslates. They
seem to say with Petruehlo:
" Have I not in the pitched battle heard
Loud 'iarrms, neighing steeds, and trumpets'
And do you tell me of a (client's) tongue,
That gives not balf so great a blow to the ear.
As will a cheenat in a farmer's Ae?"
WE LEARN FROM MAJOR MAteImI, the eNfoiet
sad sleepless superiatendent of watehmea for the
cotton presses, that an immease ameat of "rat
tmg" and pilfering is carried on along the levee
of the Second Ditrlit, by day an well as at alt.
moved at one swoop by these wholesale manau
ders. The police of the Second District ceaao
exercise too much vigilance.
TuAE rrYV is overrun at night by jovenile tbleves
who dog drunken men and either pick his pockets
or boldly seize bold of him and take his valuables
by force. They lurk in the nooks about St.
Charles sad the Poydrau market, and are so perat
nacious that, when their victim gets ito a ear.
they will jump in also, and follow him ca his
Ten pnMsnMtr bras or vue Usno, which the
telegraph reports wreckst near Bahia Honda, left
this port en T'uedsy, a week ago, bound for Her
Vans and Philadelphia. She had but six passsa
gere on board, all of whom, with the crew, es
caped in asaty.
COKrHeRAL CRaIoH, Of the police, found oen of
the doors of the store, No. 61 Magesiae sweet,
open yesterday morning and a panel broke.
lie left Oficer Murray on charge of the premises
until the occupants should arrive, sad asceraa
whether a burglary had been committed.
SiOM StllVIRiwaeR and other valuables were
utolen by burglars from the residence of Randall
Hunt, lRq., on Dryades street, near Caqal, during
A FAus ME auIt.n , unoccupied, situated on
Julia street, between Roman and Derbtgy, sad
belonging to Mr. Thomas Lucy, was totaly des
troyed by fire about half past 6 yesterday mere.
nug. lucendiariem is alleged a the case of the
Tias UnIrsE BTATES COUer was occupied with
cabes in bsakruptoy. Nothing of public interest
transpired either there or at the U. 8. comarsiea
MaiTN KNanamr, charged With eutting Me
(ilnty In the cofsee hoes on Glrod ·ru, aear
Conmerce. oa Tuouady Ight, was arrain d yea.
terday and required to give $1260 bonds, wh~a
failirg to do be was seat to jail to await examlaa
Jrital Denors, Jules Rollande, and a womanI
naomed Roonor~b Pambru , all arrted by speal
oficer Whate, on a chasrge of burllary or being
a cesaory thereto, were remnead eaterdy
coder $250 bonds, to await lexamiation.
Iquoers.-Coroner Avile held an inquest yes
terday on the body of an unknowa white mea,
about thirty years old, drowned in the Missilsppi
river, sad foound In frot of Louisien Bseaery,
Third Isetrite. Vrdiet, supposed to be sod
Al Io on the body of John Fitslmmoes, seveaty
nine years old, born in Ireland, lying at corner of
Johnson and Laebarpe streets. Verdlst, chronio
diarrhea and old age.
FliTs I)Irtecr Coar.-At 3 r. a. yestoerdes
the case ol the lad Grdln wau is coors of trial
before Judge Abel and a jury. The evidence at
the time our' reforter leit court was of a rebut
tanlg character. The killinq took places hi Algiers,
some months sgo, sad (ttifi has already besn
tried In the Fiseat District ouart bat thejury cead
Firrna Dmeie C a3 - . MIguel, president
a a seIas teIrae aimeelatoe of "Amut dcrde,'
sees oat an nloJunction before Jodge fLeaumoet
aiginnt A. L. lirr sad '. seten. (represaItg
what they coceaiv e * oo of o S ared
Friods,) Sur me sole ad exoeslve costrol o
two lots sietfte in the new t. Loas Cemetery.
Peitioner claims the lots in question to be the
exclustlre property of the corporation which be
scosN DisTR~Icr Rnicoat)oa'e CoPt--.Paa
,rrcketn raesldrog.-Lovely Ussie Du)se wa
hoed Si or sent to the Parish Priso lfor te dayj
Ior lying drunk on Custombhouse stret.
R. SLt. Armand, charged by Fannio Alexander
with msunit and drawlng a revolver with inteat
to sheboet, was seatsoed at gS le or five days
Kate ulsro drunk nd disearbing peioe, i3.
Mrs. McConnell, dink and uunbl to tke earn
of herself, dismissed when sober.
Several other case of asault and deturbtse
of the peace were brought up befaos Jedoge
faturckan and semerly and juatly disposed of.
Judge .Starches attends with prompttud, dJi
patch erd efficiency to all case brought bafere
him whlst he acts as assistat recorder ding
the absene of Reeneder GU(sl. The dinsigb
and efciLency of the s con recorder aeasrt are
worthy of record. Mesrle C. Octave Poehler.
C(he. Ramel, A. Predoe, Sr., tad Albert DieArmass,
the clerks and Acuers of this eeI, ate amag
the moat intelligent. ebiging sad idasiros 'nl
cers in ay public departmest o( this eLY.
A married ma In Cowasutanpie h,' a -
cuty with ie of his wme, whh bhe sewe4 by
tyiln them up I seks e d l rrew'g them ite
te BsIphirs. Die h -gsightaer wie have
givea him no trouhge since at bit of ouse.
cleanlng came e