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VOLUME XVIII. SATURDAV MORNING, DECEMtE I 19, lM*M ioJ4f I7,t
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!lam eas . t . . .po e rr "am e.
imaw S., ..n., ther - . b.e.dmmd us . mes
M pohrmi , are eesa4to mw e s hta msems wam
r asm cmtribute a nam. dea so their b mmui a
weSan for mss se be b e" wbMo IL e elairmn, %a
s me tof these PaIelOp e Cp olt. i oo besmred
t u e wit dioivng the Siaii balk er oitharl
eahie en . lowmg pradeape
PELMANT SICKNSS AND PREMATUI DLCLIIE.
Par In t pleet S. a~ a pbydism hr the sMWot od
ea ie delIbate eeme, Ied en uly ap the me
mait mee lctr wllu atom. a. N r ssiti e ab prd.
stras as to de l..a The u m we as - t far
P ai r i eads dmple spelpd , which -wU be lsed
**dmd to reJLatg ned mtag admac every e ou t thes m
e mmamae te. peebmc to iha me
REMBOLD'S EITRACT OF BUCNU.
um.daldb .iw ,- dla.w. md l I diud. a aitbm apply
waily to dragllts ad dooerm . who et.e merely teat
Iem with the haoe tf a sare or apply remedies wthih shbm
bem w.rem I wdold at wson to asrt soytlag tam woueld
do njutlse to tie -afeted, but I mm ebtige to m
ltboUh It may be produced fteI esmeswe eashe.te afth
powma 11'e, by labortos nmplegsse, lawhd eerae Ir asd
hod, profe mcasetroeiam, the an o ter ned cote, ad
baeen.t eldtbirth,ft if hbrftear msmd bydiset Irtrtad., r
Oappted to the mueous membramed the vha.in Itae!L
Wbb rreviewlg the mss of these dsralg complaInst.,
aIt meet paolhi to entemplate the asteaa(st s senea.
I nt pe them. It ia bat ~ lp Jetice ethe ,t t to
weaeure a taw of the msy adblneal sawn which me
LIeF. HEALTH A ID uAPPIPIIa OF WOaU t
In all clene of secety. ad wbLc%, eesequetly1 aloet m e c
lte directly the welfare of the eatire human thrily. The
sala that eaxis for precodo educatien mu marouri,
s the year that nature decgnoed for erperr Il d.Veopl
enat to be wested and perverted in the reetcrste of drew,
early conoemenoot of school, and eapedlly t1 the ua* i
thy aeitmnet of the ball room. Thus, with the body
self dlethd eed the mand doury exetted by ptJare, p. b
ag In mdaigbt revel the bourn d'gred by atre. fbr I
d rest, the work of duestrction I halfe ac. unpllhed
Ia ereageme at thIn early drain apoa her eystlm. 00
eaert Is e rirelud by the delate rottry to retao
lenation to esbeld at a ier day, thes a igrvsatlag t t
see. When sea tetement is over, another to popective
keeps the mlnd merbtdly eeestae to impreade, ible the ci
sew constant r etraint of fashionable dCrue tabstds r.
biddlll the emrcnes Indispenmsble to the alttnmet aced re. C
teoton of orate health and streagA, thee poenre to slgh/
air, the eoadde m bea of ttepertaa, tse e*s*pt% prmte g
8U0 produced by exeesete danc, amat, of aea tma, pe. I*
duae their legltlmate effect. At ld an early merriaom ap
abe caasm of mlAny, and the umfortUaa ees thmeae as
ittrly regardles of the pinto dictie eisl remeartreas of at
her delicate nature. becomen au oanwi ag nsjert of meditcl to
treatmeLt. This is but a truthful picture of the epedence of
touagde of ee yeanu wome. pI
Long before the abalty to mexerse the nae'oua of thIe en.- of
Wrease orgas absy require ao educmdoas of their peculitar
sen= system, eompos d of what is easled thb tissue, whi-m
., to common with the female bread and Uii, eabid oy
andw the control of megtal i atone sad ameleatleon at a U1
early perlod of life: and. es we m1l ebsequetl mee. the
amoUts. .rom exces..ie, lead, bma before puberty, .0 habits
whieh sap the very life of their ictms re nature hIe elfg p
eompletod their delpmeiln
FOR FEMALE WEAKNE38 AND DEBILIrY,
WIIITSr OR LKLCORRH(t.A,
TOO POFUBV ME.WBTRUATION,
TOO LOVG 00NTIWIOD PERIODI.
TUV PROLAPSULi AND BLARING DOWN.
OR PrOLAI SU 3 UiTR,
WE OFFEPR TE NOST PERFECT IPBCIFIC [NOWI :
Belmbold's Compound Extract of'Bohu. a
FEMALEB IN EVERY PERIOD OF [ lP,
promw tscyl to eetlemold age witl Vad it a eedy to aid a
a tore Ao the discharge of its functions. i
S1RNTH I S TBU GLO!T O I.AitliOO ) AND
ELMYBOLD' EXTRACT BUlC
Lb MORE TREIGOTUENING THIAN ANY OF TUE
rZEPARArlo( 8 OF SARn OB ItOR,.
Infinitely tpafer and More Plenaant. ri
IELMBOLDS EXTRACT SUCIl'.
3 art receoid me1soaet of the alet ~rasli.t pby.
Icea In the Untied te, I mew oue red, tated hL
anoty ma CERTAIN CU BE fe the followc discern d nmend h
ympealt foam mi muI tlgid IIag:
Seirerl Debilty, 1
Manatl sad ?bhysicl Deureaten.
rmiunltom if Blood to the eet
Coour ed Idea.,
rurr !' a- bl'ty.
Retas emg mad letepiremmer at Ii itch
bleece MNculoar Eftancy,
Lasm of Appetite, I
T~~O WU 93 O I, Cam THN on t B
I old Iby . dl eeyohme. Thim b
oT yptaIme tL o l cekmmuiccloa Addmas p
pse, with seadem name dies ap to ml wrmed ,rww
p, w hlait of my t.hemlea W membr aned teed n
K. T. REIaoL. C
THE ORESOENT8 DISPATQHB.
rhe Wlatrr Meetil g over tie Magolla *
mv Si,' COND D)AY--TWO RACES. mi
[ pepd Dtoapeh to the lew utbm mOqmemt dr
MOrIL., Dec. 18. -The weathe ct e b
tifol, but the attndance is very light. es
For the first race, purse $400, two ile beat, er
wf iFnny C'? nlmetha walked over.
we three-quarters, Capt. Moore'. Ge,,. EalE wos
t beating Joe'Johiaron, Betty ,ry, $'ansil, Yoflre L"
I v-Ingesoll and Faro. The Seod was the favorte
agoiE t Ges. E~ael/.Timue-S3:I . Mauos.
[oe the AsoeeaL e Psrom I a
MOBILn. Doe. Ib.-Firse 0ace.-Twoe uoe
beat.; $400. Fanny C'hethaho walkte over.
U. ~scond rae.--Dsh 1 mhles: o810. Moore'a
colt, by Leisgtoo. n orteteaed Ge.. Beene. hoat
apl Joet .I,,lgJoeaIkettie Bay. aL.. i.. ,flnie i ger.
Y %i and tiro. Tura, 3;30} rss
r ol.* Wo ASTI G. TO.
P reecedi J oef C.mereia-e ai. MatieUm-a.Ses e e
read 7 b.e All"" MU.5bew-Measwe el
d WaPnd oro.r, Dec. 18.--Puate--Kellon'e bill
da t regarding loyal clinmants in Louisiana and Arced
Pa ws tndefinitely postponed.
Abtw Abott introduced a similar bill, sppiosie to l
all the lately rebellious btites. Beferred to the use
jodiciary committee. 1.
,to JlisP--Col. Hunt's and Menard's pacers were Balt
a referred to the election committee without re- bet
A resolution sppointtq a crmmittee to tnvestl- 7
ga te the Loui.ika e;ectiou wes referred to the
reconstruction commttee. dec
ihe speaker laid before the Hoase Col. Hunt's L
.en claims to Col. Mann's seat as representltie from to
I Louisiana ft Is understood that neither Hnot, Am
Jores nor Menerd will be allowed to take a seat
At peonding the content. 122
slop increse of the whieky tax sewai is predicted. F
, The Chronicle appears to b sre received 3030 L
In gold for the use of its colemns by Robert J. frm t
a \ s!ker, in discn icg the Alaska pnrcob te. 1'
bod A billn w introduced in the Senate to-day for. L
sw bidding civil fieers from holding military comr- but
e r nIision. This will prevent the appointment of
omcers to the cabinet. an
Andrew J. Goes has been appointed collector at tau
i San Augustine. Fla. dob
w rant. declining reception at Philadelphia, re- 11
t, trn oere tonight.
,c llal.--Abbotr introduced a b'll for the pay.
menr of the claims of loyal eltiens Booth. t lur
s empowers Chase to appoint three commiseiouers, l
. who shall meet here aid award claim., not to ex
S rceed two d.illion dollare. Proofs of loyalty to be Not
the oases exacted In the qiaetormster's de- ki.
S Edmunds introduced a bill repealing the ad. Nb
p e mien of Georgia. The poeunl states that the t rt.
Iegleture violated the fourteenth amendmeeot Is elo'
cot uPgig itself of mlembers inelOgible under the ble
14th article, and violated both the ooestrtation 1f '
.ale o rd the principle upon which reconstruction is 1it
see founded, in expellg unorues. t
»The bill revives military g.vernment and allows lte t
the re"eut Constitution to operate, soabject t the t e0
pleature of Congresse that the Legisatere a Lord
see enubte, those ineoigible under the fonue the bIit
n a thcle excluded, and that the feeraoLCeesate 10s
co, ceut jeuriedieuebn when owe Vtr s hal
Justice rcnnot be had in the proverlbel oeerll. C
th lbbe jdeileary cusumittie w aedieetad to nquire chat
m wlehr the removal of politic dsability pasted s c.
ee prior to the adoption of the fourteenth amend. 19l
ment is now valid. a o,0l
s tSun.sr's re soLution co gratu'atlng the Sptaish hucl
'ea- peoFle passed. ST
Cooneron eulogized Stevens natll adjourameut . 'ea
H,,ro e -The coumittee on the revision of the O6c.
laws was directed to inquire into thi expedleacy 4b
of appointing a commiistalner to make changes kit
in the baLkrupt laws, to make jtbe proactice ni- He
form. The didiculty appears to arise from certain .the
district judges appointing general aseignees, aso bale
the scope of inquiry covers the proceedings of cosh
such assignees. " A.
. Mr. Fiaes y's death was announced, when the
PuUse adjourned to Monday.
FROM COLUrLBI&. sw
Meosmure to s p/re. Lnwieeme.e. J D
rX: CoLusla, 8. O., Dec. 17.-In the Legslaeture D
today s resolution was introduced authorisang
the governcr to arm and equip one hundred men, Jo
l. as a reserve force to send to say county where
acts of lawlemnees are committed, the expenses EC
to be paid by special tax on such county.
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FROM TALLHAX ISB. o
The State Imbregtle. A ii
TaLLtaIsaIg, Dec. 17.--a the Supreme Court w, 1
yesterday Lieut. Gov. Giessua A&ed a writ of error i
ead and as-kd the chief justice to sign the eitation,
which was refused. Gleason left for Wasbiagtoun .Ja
last eveniag, his bualess supposed to be to bring S h
his care belore the United Staten Supreme 1 ourt,
by getting the te signaure ol an associate justice of Cl
that court to the citraion.
D The ,tate Supreme Court adjourned to day till C
Ie ext e regular aslon in the coming month.
FLOM XONTONgEAT. C
'1 he C(hattaaeerga meod Mevsdlda artiroad- -
'aLe Alstaassu Legotolere. .
MIro\ir y, Dec. 17.- To-dy the stockhold -
S"i of the prject ('-t'alttanog end Merid'an
ItHlrcad, etectetd N. D). 'snton, of Boston, preasi- tr
dent. end tx Gov. Plt~on, vtioe president.
Ibe Itnuse bhs pased a bill applying the two ,
I sand three per cent. fund of the State to the road Mv
t. from lIerstur to Montgomcry. It wil probably 8
pas-s the Benate. D
The house is discoesing a revence bill. h'No r
sitl~o of nso adjournment yet.
ty Fire at t' rdesse. A
he- HA*Ain., l)ec. I.-- A fire at (tardenias burned a u
se halowre store and the papere of the American
hchasnee federsl curreucy 19i21 premium; i
gyct oV i premium. 1
n FROM IVROPF0
I ' he Brasti ard Paragualrna War--bgoee e
la the Frea.s" Mltetra--r.aparer se Jo
s I (holet .f the Protrreoseto rr. the ape&ls
T bhre-AppcLreher tns for the mafera et e
teacmer--Tre Easters Wuar--Mwtbrnake- AB
5t, i beadesoted Sea. tre
l.oirow, Dee. 19.-Ste'h Anerlte s avicee re.
port that the ellen threatened o attack on \'ti
lea. McMsahom had ascended the Paraguay
river with gunboats.
Ps.ns, Dee. IS.--M. Monstler anoananes some we
cbha·ges in the French ministry, Indicating a monte MB
uhbersi polio toowars the press.
raanalo, e 18.- A large meeting of the Pro. B
jee gresits was held St tCsthaerna. Esprtero was bq I
named si their obol for the throne. It isL
Sthat be rraso e reihed the preeidency @ m
S The provisional gcwn t reports that peae Bis
is not lkely to he distarbed during the Cr* wor
A aslIbt demostrattio Wea made at Meratdo l av
favorer the Crtisors, but w esaly suppreesed. T
Tne bearer of a RepublIeu proclamation was
a arrested yeterday at Madeira. mee
LtvrootL, Dec. 1l.--Thd' limer Clnmbia, Bout
from ew Yk Nov. 2, o at a err d. Ap- Ie
preh lonug her sueasy me $5. [Mv
'he steamer Palrs whlb h l Dee. 1th, re.
perto bemvlsg dl C oe Colem t hekr sorew day.J
but requitring ao sistace. She g pceedia
to Queenetows ndedr sail.] O
. Lotrow, Dec. 1.--Earl Mayo's retur from In-. uar
di. t desired.
'" Vmssrows, Dec. 18.-Advicee frIM &atwerp *
d report the ship t. Johns abmdoeed . Lan
Pasn Dec. 18.-The Moltee reeb trop. PeA
smre seiweess > ana tireeeo, ne asbp.s to
setnlo of the were wil shabersWe daret
Moo and c its oon,
LoNIom, D40. iL.-The TL s ia s rSrtle. n
the Easten war eas Greece s the r.
Tie Times thinks the leropeesa pi
bring alreeure to beao whioh will rstere pL
The ~tdard sad Saer both altribls te
break to tthd es5to the obstieury of the lat
lean powers Ia mals the Mkth quo of the
Ottoman empore. A from UGoouu tiseple
obsrges the Greets mencing hostilities.
CosnTArxnorul. Des. 48-1It is oetally sa.
sotinced that the (Grad Turk will enforce his de
mands on 4ieo FPoer frigates siled yeterday
for the Arel o.
Lotno c, e. It-Gree.e a called outhter re
mrves, sad the mobillsation of the initia is or
dered oand its foratioa iato blattelious.
Grlah.rATa, Dec. 18.-A hevry shook of an
earthquakei was fell to day, bat no livese or prop.
VIcraaeu., Dec. 18.-Pased up: Robert E.
Lee at 8. and lagenta at 10 this A. x.
Sr. Louis, Dec. 18.-River falling at toe rate of
one foot in twetr· lfour hours.
LOVPIevILLI, IDe. 18.-River falling, 5 feet 9
iaches in the canal. Weather clear and mild.
10 IOUTrWET PFARl.
RoyrtNwvs Pass, Dec. 18--4 P. W.--Briret*r
V';Y0. Weather ealm. Arrived: Ship D. W.
Chapman Miller. Damartsepets. Maine, hay and
po',toes to master. Sailed: ship Waverly.
toerawser Pass, Dee. 18-None.-Barometer
30:15. Weather calm. Arrived : Steamships Gen.
Meade. Sampeoa, New York, to Wood, Liw &
Ludwipsen ; apids. Mallo ry, New York, to
Barrio s Bdwel. Baled : Sip ermtom.
Lcr now, Dec. l1-Nuon--Consois ij. Roads
IlivFlrPOOL, Dec. 18-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
sales 10,000 bales: sales for the week 57,000
bales, of which 8000 bales were for export, and
20(0) for spenultion; 564 000 bales, of which
57, (li bales were American.
Pbals, Dec. 18 -Bullion In the bank of France
decreased 11,000.000l. Bunrse doll; rentes 70.31.
Stock fsoiat, 255,t00 bales, of which 10,000 are
Amerleas; naval stores heavy.
HAVEs, Dec. 8.-Cotton dull; on the spot,
FsANarowr, Dec. 18.-Bonds dull, 78j.
LRVArPooL, Dec. 18-2:30 p. u -- arne a~d
Ifahilte at Manehester quiet.
1'asis, Dec. 18.-Boorse weak, rentes declined.
1.1 ItrpooL. Dec. 18.-Evening.-Cotton easier,
but t quotu:ably lower.
NW Yoer, Dec. 18.-Evening.-Cottos closed
a sehde loser. Sales 2 00 baltes. Middling up
lands 2.5(264. Flo'r b@l0c. lower: Wheat very
dir. t'rn rather more active; S:utbern white
11 (0 06: yellow $1t06. Pork irregular $92 774
u2; :5. Lard closed heavy; kettle 171~l173.
N h .ky; Westera $102(1 0S. Groceries quiet:
Tlurpentine 45@,o4,. Roein unchanged. Frctgbhts
tih,, ; cotton, steam 10(7 16
Nt7 i Yoit, Dec. lk.-Tennessees, new, GR.;
North Carolisal614; Virginias 57. Money striug
eri. ou call, at 7 l cent. carrency to gold. Gold
13!, Sterling dull 109O .
Now Yous, Dec. 18-Evening.-Money strio
ges.t. Gold closed buoyant. bSterling doll. Stocks
eloeld seedy at a slight decline. s ib-treasury
balsance 190,000,000. 520's of 1e62 110', of 1'Il
10C,, ol 1865 1071, do. seow 10lo , of 1867 107, of
1868 1(>; I1 t0's 105.
Lt :-rl., a. lite 18.-Sales 29hhds. tobano -
ligs ti ronumn leaf $60.8. Hogs $9 251i4O 75.
gRtIss. Cnittt.n 224c. Mesa pork $28@38 50.
Lard lI8. Bolk shoulders 114o.. clear ribbed sides
hre , < 1B r -ides 154c., hams 15c. Suoeraflae tior
$5 (95S 76. Gotton imports for toe week 6!,34
Clxi~ arr, Dec. 18.-Floor and wheat on
chilged. Corn 7.074c. Be St 3'r 1 to. Otts
63c. Cotton firm at 2:4c. Whisky held at $1.
',,rk 12(@+2 50. Busk shoulders tie.. aside 141
Gl:l,( . Lad held at li.. Bltter and cheese
ST. Litll.s, Dec. 18.-Floor and wrest firm.
steady snd unchanged. Corn 73T@7-4. Oat+St;r4
60e. N hisky O4lpi6c. l'roviesine unchanged.
Uiii L., De. l .--Cotton in good demand, mar.
het t,,eed him; middlings 233:. Sales 2000 bales.
He spts 147 bales. Exports 4555. Reoeipts for
.the week 8782. Exports-to Great Britain 9051
bales, to other foreign ports 1637 bales. Exports
coae:wise 1453. s-len for the week 7550. Stock
45 031 baee.
Art lrvar a thae Pracitpal Ietel.
9T. CHARLES HOTIL.
M W Cluskev. Memphis W. Wr IlHetml-', M.."
' Ise A It 'M v.,e Al...
t , le 1, Aal. J J Ku1.loughb Ala.
J D hic, i'ar J L ol ar .tee.
A N *mlley als; ii W anderson Iti
DW YI Foene, and sir ,;eo W Ki.ng. V;
r t Vlctib.rlg. ,hm R 'larn, Ansugti.
JobL t Boser. Ohio; Jobs WarI, iTsI.s,
A ince.., Port Hudsee. A 5a)bers, Pert Hodn+n:
E t hittest. Teesn. aI t Mnrpy, wubingt.n, D 0,
E C hitobbill. !obisl; B IW a'owin, Mob Is,
AJ itoerts, W Y; Deshb SBmith, a Y.
F W Davis. Ark; IKes":
rY, uo us.udlady 10; O W agg Jr. Tmen
0 Olail and wise. C Y; a aM ean aod wile,
ii OSorce., MS..: t i oscl.re. Inry ;
18 B owt., it .oi, John Hi-li, N 1.
U H ti;,dir i. ,ltve.onb. C M Mbods. i'bin:
A (l-seblroot. i outle lie; r W Irevie. M''phils,
any LDvIs. Inslvlli.. E F Ilsab-n, Miss;
W' 1: LhsambrlsaL, La. Bimp..n K mod;
W H wut.a. Memphi;: i !ar., Stesn Rwings.
T W Cadwel. Nato. r usg. OG W Jobhs .n Ci.s,;
JIo 1'lt, Wse BEaton Me.se. JnoD tlsie;, Paris. 'I en,
Jlbu CrntcLed Tesan. TLo, lica, ML,
H eariln, Pais.
C a McW0ton. FT Louis. E W COrnaer. Vicksblrg.
Mi C..lw M M's dwelli. ll, three ld en
SC I seowel s"anse rvant,
r: It V . 'I',, .. ..'.: M LIn.g. wife and two c.:ldre,
Oon W isitsercda NT e, .
J M Vils.trd i (. Marti M' Crews,
FrsL i rilth, Texac, "red B rr i. c.Tvi
.t Miii ILi Mrs I. H card texsn
E ad J (iy Ie; Mr Walser;
J.E iou iLs. M H Siake M bile
, it < Wineonre. On'veitun C P L ees. Uiiveroi,)i,
,18 K .e. (i .o-i,.i PW rtanl, H- slin
Hetr y IhemesTexa RtM Worben, Texa,
Al We.tr5ok. Li EIxnam;
J , csrsms.r, exrs. C C:n-rllh New To .k,
O,, U Fery-,s icw Ynrk MrZegrat. do.
nr Voli di. Mr Ow0es, do
MrROlb d . Be-s'adis, d,,
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lele. ilto-, d riIL h n.o r ji
DrI. . di; MrAgile nu
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IHs W o.tEsk Ll p e LsM . les
- '. L h eta J Writ. d,.
IbA I h,". nNexNi. ,'- .lohu W KieyI t, Lo-t,
JO's. r- tn. lady .d iee Miss l M lnlb bT.ena
bh drie, Tdtes; J OFritt A. o.
J w R,-'. C",tna. Mn,., HT1 ETwnrdi, Cosi:
? IF l,wtrd. Acn. N A Stern. tr:
J . idlro, le. A J eem-. 4erk
l'nae A 1., ty. L In .! Blerilst:
L i PPe,f ma-,n I.a. K Ann , i Wrbt Lbois.
W PS'tts .S(t. WS No.giLt+o;
-s. L timhi Ines it l rJ Animt. i;,
J.nu h (rMt sd lIay. Nbl.; i Msa'er. Tesa
' St (;o dine Caoto. O F Ireor, La.
J 4niie l. A.e, WL Aii--. X,,,s;
"t·st-,oyiL'y ia -i. M-n0 MnYAnac Klwrislti, 8o
By referieo e to oa t veratel1 a;.o lady. it ail
A sFene'. Mi. U g etil.r W aP d lady. Thas.,
eDr W*fue H inptis, Tnsue; J F a Sillo, Pa,
tl-ohns w oimhwt. Ta N io, Cal sinreei, V..
irlrs H M e-vbest, oef; ,ls ylo is.iss.
PIE Pauoibheo,4wiflls. Ynr5LWiij indao i: Ms..
E- I Ltnors, ry.
IT. L.0t'1 MOTEL.
WTohe aplen at se ers L ses, I wore nd
I B Breynt, birss~oft. La: dalstebm, nmWelpert
By refhraece torone advoeg on itsmu a writr
bq see that gnor 0. 3. teadoldni bha now
owf the0s of u rma hlte Iteary, Ia le ote
iLI allery of art tlnto. 201 Canl stroet, i wll
worth tothbll. Apcllabute dart will, ao dbt,
avail obpiMle st iUs· g mISi.
Tie migalleont stemer t r, a n order to
meat te whesr of the peept ai long tlppl
Boaud who may wi to es to teo ot, will
leave Thnmsde morning. Slh, oa Ie arrival
of tis 10 o'deL& trall. Prni, will ler
edlelsy- Mmd Vr my o wiead of Pri.
Owin to Se mslpeowl deeetlee of the reg.
uar Mobil. rmadbat, p sge, me and
ftehts wril be ptied todsy Pe etoamtr
Lara os he arrivl d tbo sri t tVale of tbo
- oPetcharalmn laldred.
Tao Bas.. of the bh Wareed Bosh and Beady a
, Club whiac was to tak place to-ight, ha been I
postponed to' Satrda , Jan. 9th. The motirve of a
reverea w npdde whidh prempt this action do t
eredit to ealy fqOgi a eers. getleamoe. The f
C (asclta oonie Osoaolies ed sympathy.
pie tRe 'aslrms or vRn Cnamscav tteder their
*. thebks to the ('lidlen of Mary, at t. Vieoat de
e. Paul's oburch, for their nvritation to the select
de. entertainment, at half-past six this evenalg. t
ly Tls VAaious utI'aamc cs coraasa of N ew
Orleans are requested, officially, So close their d
re ofes this afternoon at balfrpass one, is honor of
r-' the memery of the lamented John Pemberton, late 0
presMest of the Merobeats' Ieaeraoe Oompaey
an and of other institution. Lhe officer of the Ie.
op srance companies are reqaeeted to meet at the
Merchanos' Isurtance Company, on Canal street,
at 3 r a., In order to attend the funeral. By re
quest of the Bard of Undoerwters.
. Te Trnraarm wu etmerday, s show by the i
thermoseter at 0. Doahmet's, 11 Conal street,
of lately corner Bleaville aend Chartres treets. was
as follows: At 6 a. a. 46 degrer; 12 . 57; 9
r9 r.. 63; 6 r. a. 61.
On rax avamuxo of Wednesday, December 16, d
1iF6, P. G. M. tE. M. Tcdd du:y lastalled the fol- h
lowinag as cfeers of Excelsior Lode No. 1G6 F. a
and A. M.: L L. Bruce. W. .: J D. Crawford, b
8. W ; Fred. Hotlystd, J. W. Joeeph A. Brown, h
t-r treasurer; C. W. West, secretary; i. P. Hardy,
W. S D George Selby, J. D.; Wm. Starr, M. of C., o
ad and . O'rollivan, tjler. After the ceremonies o
were over the members and visitors proceeded to a
ter the supper room where Fome pleasant mments ut
an. were devoted to the discussion of the merits of at
k the order as well as those of a bountiful supply of
to article. anoeary for the laser ma.
Tau Ona Dssocatrrc HANcoCK CLs has re
cently reargaunred, aot only as a political but as.a
social club. The club rooms, over the Imperial, are
anmiog the most comfortable san magniflcent in
ds New Orleans. She re, o ter of the CRetcrTr who
welt up to the place of meeting yesterday was
t; treated in the kiLdest aend most hospitable man- W
00 ter. and found a delicious lunch sand excellent
ud I quors. The Hancock is a rare place for enjoy- w
ch enut and quiet, undieturbed comfort. It is on
the EngltIh st)le, and that phrase comprehends
^e the acme ft a bachelor's pleasures. 1
laTnr Coriovta of the Second and Thtrd Dls. o
ly tr.cra bad nothing of any importance before him ti
re yesterday. It is the deterinioati n of Dr. Avilas,
the coroner of the dls'racts aforenamed, and of
his deputy, LDr. Espinola., to examine rigidly into
all the Iacts of still births, tetanus, etc. It is a at
matter f(r the consideration of the grand jury w
why the c r.,r,ere of the parish are called on so a
d frequ'utly to hold inqicets upon the bodies of dl
Lea-born infants. That the number is extra of
ordinary, and, in most cases, attributable toigoor. ra
ed ance, It is mipony ible to deny. Nine tenths of to
theie infrnac'iides are among the colored poputa- N
tirt,, end they are caused by nerresses who take so
upon themselves the duties of mid wife without a of
Sparticle of rdicel or surgical knowledge. We ci
hope the ct roners and their deputies will give sc
S teir best efforts in this work, ard expose sad as
cause the uibrshament of the Ignorant creatures Ir
to who put themselves forward experts in the at
most fearlui period of a woman's existence.
I A varY rxLPAANT and hberal gentleman, an or
id offit el of the city, is named Octave by baptism. of
He met a friend yesterday, and took a drink with at
a- hil, se Insg at the Fame time: "I have given away 0
Is o* ve bhats to-day." " letter make the number w
'y eight, to ocorespond with your name," was the
it rply. The octave, or eigtLth hat, fortheame ci
of inon editely.
ný Nrw Pr'Ce -The ball of Ioni Lodge. S. W. of
5. M.. on lhreday ight last at Odd Fe!lows' Ha!l, t
whic h wan ore of tae finest entertainments of the Ie
sceason, aft, ded the oppor:uray to an atrtach of 5!
a city) papr to make the acquaintance wiah an
entir, ly us a drink. lie had, during the evening, a
it e'ui.ed at v, ritl ln e- ii c,ur:ag the number of nit
steps leading fromi the supper room to the saloon
n down sta;rs, ntal a feeling of regret came over ,,
Shon that his weekly salary had not been raised, de
fr;er ds instead of his pocket be k to resume his
S arni-t'it a! studies; but the libherslity f his
fretos dc not display itself to his satisfaction, BR
a1 sad au;ird the attvcr to murmur, after anhour to
( or Fn of p'tient waiting. sa
Il'raiy a brig!,t vision presented itself to his art
gre. Directly before him stood a tidy looking Lii
* attendant waiter to hand, and laden with a glass ii
or containing a spoon (oh, Ben ') and other thnogs.
II The attacha was, at the same time, handed acard Oi
i ore anirg the following: "Over the ' Gin Rot- d
k tie.' 20 mir utes past three o'clock t,. a. Hearing ah
t Ib the pres :s dry the a companying is sent. re
Con m t ee."
Overiyed at the delicate attention and the t'
courteous manner in which it was tendered, the he
attal I tade a bow to the ateindaut and, taking i
up the glass, brought it to his lips and was about to til
abiaol b its cntents when lo! the first thing whichb i
rasahed his nouth was a clean. Iare.-sized cork,
which, tsLgethter with the spoon and rain water,
covsenltr d Le hbeverage. AttacL. spoke not a
word bhut his countenace told a story of disap-. 0
poin;utnt agd otistion. He had taken the hint, dr
osd atL last seen of him he was at the hat rooum ^
windoew Lauding his check to the man in-ile. ,
Tti Eh iAM MAN is said to be a fellow of fiery lo
terperane nt, but fond of "puff"." Knowing this
we shall invariably address him as "A-teamed C
Prv. F. W. HOLI.A'n will preach to.morrow ra
n cri-itng in the Chureh at the corner of -I. ct
('harlts mad Julia. bbject, Living mud Be
AT a Hal.., :at Odd Fellows'" Hall. recently, ni
there were several lady maskers dressed alike and *
in exaggerated imitatlon ol the Gra clan bend. One
an of them. acdresting Palutoius. asked him "'h aw a
do t u like my Gectan bend Its all the o " to
" 'Yes, snswa red Polonus, "it's all one more c
go. 'Gou," bald she.
SIr't naT- Sr'coRG tnItI. the Peruvian
rr a, t er, dliiarng a recent call upon MIayor C',ou- I,
way. expressetd great interest in the pohelc school p,
53stem of our city and ad-site to make a thorough
iuveatigatilan of its mUinutiae, with a view of e01stab c
ithbing a iacilar systena at home. The mayor has ei
fur-iushed Senor Garcia with a letter of autroduc- L
tie r to the superprttndtnt, Mr. togers, sad pisces
every facility at his disposl. Pt
Tita wot E or :nI:ft'rlvISO (R t s' Le' Ee is ml
ready bhegun, furaeihnlg ealplom hiat alrealy fir r
atcntt two hundred and fifty while laborers, al- p
tbhtph a thunssand more are shortly expected to I'
reirfurce ther. Mr. Kr ncedy, the coutractor is aIt
esid to be 'aot fldent iof completing the work by or
th~e 10.1 of Mlarch.,
(Om. U' .ioans ka. l.e*A a q~etattan u a,
tie civeror o0 Mhsess:pri for the delivery and he
retia a to this State of Iob Portwood. charged iC
wtl the reeeLt murder of one Jack Huobbard in tl
Hlf: e r perish. Portwood r now inconfdnemeat w
We. H. BIraLtr, Willis Hamrrilon, John Mc.
Liwe and (srlos Wilcox of West and L E. Beau
champ of East Felfciana, have been appointel by ro
tLe g,vernor administrators of the State lnsane
Aeil.u, at Jackson.
AaoCoi the recent arrivals in onr city is that of
Maper (irao. who IPecedes the Marie Frederici of
GCrn an < tela troupe, ouw rperlorming in Meam be
' pL:s, but coC to arpear i Ne'w Orieas. to
F, i;ca:rF CO!,OaID roaI(+xM:S were ordered li
Sto eror' and were assigned to duty last night in up
ti.s f ret pr'einet. This increases the number of he
thean now on dty- between Canal and -elicity
ella et to eight patrolmes andone corp ,ral. There CU
.'re othere on duty we learn in the other dieticlts. cr
S Cotyi.rcroe Frt.traR has telegraphed to Wash. o
fegton for instretloes with regard to the Peru- cli
visa transport lBaana, mad eshing what action he a
i bshell take Ia view of the change of lg having do
Sbeea made, as is stated, within the admiralty ju- th
riedictlce of the United Btates. dr
. A GE'-TLKAN flem Hosito, TeasA, who had c0
Sbeen parchasn ome meomindase yesterday,
sent itap chlrge ofre porter named David
mtleball to be hIpoea the steamship Howe.
TIme pemed, sad yt* poter dl aot retur,
ad- upon iaquky it wasieoad thnt the box. Vled
to at $10, had at kbn hpped. The p~ia were
pi iformed accordgly, ad ro odlag to the crt
c aer of Melpeeine d mlotet, where hI
Marshela vesde, .a fedm there htoS'lgei
l asd utIsly tos eeaeut k9;e Ix. Ie
OI moa do .a pleMas a meln bel
to make them a repsblwhea romes they am o
certals to raise a A. bet three i ego c
g there was eomelerlle ado shett a met ct
Sof the article wheih had becme speodlt a It way
to oan imad to the gIlf, ad the realt was a a
three headedt t. two as e e e ead as TI
Sthe other, at the oorer ofrl Ceadt ad Ora so
vsLr strts, Ia Weh the two Ajlssu wer werte as
ed, sad had their g4d olothe eewl1 ib Plaed4
in tihe gtter.
Tarn iare Cartvs Cosaursm .--The *em
a R mittee was celled to order less eveaun by C il.
bee Batch, of the p orish of Jeterson. There being
' lof only seven awti premt. formaing an quorum,
in do the menting edjearued eml ast Wedesdeay
The evening at ball-pest o'elock. The headqarture
o' the committee are in the rooms over the
thir " Gem," on Royal street ust below Canal street.
at d* Tax Cascaur thanks the Oreanse Literary sad
elect Debating society fur their warm add kindly lnvia
tation to attend their meeting at the corner of
New Pryteals ad rFelicity strneets. (ale 8l) Moe
their day evening, at half-past T. Tme will be a large
r of attendance and the must sptightly and energeti
late of the reporters of the Catsssmnr will be present
Pey among them. The following in the programme:
S. Deaeemelloe by T. W. W. Der, Anel Address br
te O. B. Parker, E y by Mr. Wharton, Oestiae by
reat W. Walker, Poem by A. Tardy, Jr., oItiu by
y tU. W. Cable, Humorous ReeltatLon.
A Doo-aonsn Porcata·.--On 1thurday even
the leg as two young men, pernoally known to the
writer as sober and high toned gentlemen, were
ws walkingon Hospital. betweem Dol and Beerbon
3 streets. about 7j 'oloek, one of hed was enarly
upset by two dogs running betwees kislegs. The
young gentleman mecbanally- struck one of the
r 16, dogs wT(h the end of a small walkhlg stnler and to
Il- his utter astonhment received therefor oy
16 P. amount of invectives fiom the watchmea on the
tord, best and a friend who war walking with him be
own, hind the two young men. The young gentlemn
ri, having expostulated at the unserrated conodct
C.. of the officer ws asked by the latter whether he
nies would strike hmi with his stick if he (the watch
ed to man) were to kick him on the shin. The young
gents man. after advising the watchman not to attempt
to of such a thing, walked away.
Il of Here in snother iastace of the iasolence of an
iodividual who isemployed to preserve the wnooe.
r- If he must noses have the eompany of a dog-a
ss fit companion-to walk his beat, he should keep a
are mcre intelligent -nlmal than himself, that would
it in not incommode passers by. We would inform
who the watchman and his friend that the police rega.
latior a prohibit watchmen from holding unnesoe
mary conversation with civilians.
We Lave gathered our information from one of
jy- the young sentlemen himself, and our relations
with him convince us that his accouont is true.
snds TwAT WILL INowl wandering minstrel, whose
. -,lisn strains have gained for him the sobriquet
Dis. ot "Heavy Agony Flutist," exhibited yesterday a
him novel phase of his erratic humor. Thle. A. . F.
rl, atortsaid, while up Camp street,
• of 'He went as he whist!ed.
into And he whistled as he went,"
is a stopped soddenly in front of a well known carpet
wury warehouse and proceeded to give the sewing girls
a so a fentastic serenade. Taking position in the mid;.
Sof die i f the ot ret and lilting his eyes toward the
tra objects of hbt attention, he poured foth his admi
nor- ratios in a crotchety sucession of siatohe of
a of tunes. The rapid transition from one fragment of
tah- melody to souther, and the cnufausd jumble of
take soncds thus made, portrayed the chaotic working
us a of his distempered brain. This sad reflection
We checked the mirth of the bystanders that such a
give scene might otherwise inspire; but we thought
sa as H. A. A.F. blew himself away that one who ap
res Irecited women and mu.ic could not be so daft
the alter all.
I ors BHnr, proprietor of the establishment
an on (ravier street" where recently a large amoont
tlm. of stolen goods were recovered by the policewas
rath seen arrested yesterday by officers Binclar and
w sy O'( rell, on a search warrant, charging him
iher with receiving stolen goods.
the I',.tcEaaN JAS. MirPnY, of the second pre.
awe cinct, surrendered himself at the station at 1:41 P.
M. 3etterdsy, stating that while in the disoharge
W. tf his duty on Julia street, conveying a prisoner
al, ti it l lcrkup. be was violently assaulted by the
the letter. In defsene he fired his revolver, sec ident
of s!ly wounding a colored man named David White.
an livi a on RBbert-oo street. between C'stontlboose
leg, a: Blieaville stree's. The wound was pronunoced
r of not dangerous. The p;i.oner made his escape.
oon A .ITLn O GIRL. aboet four years old, was found
ver estirsy n Liberty street by Officer ianuon yes er
ed, y afternoon. Information was telegraphed to
his all the stations.
his .1 vore lat$e 'AMen t PowtIT. rtnr.t.TOa,
too, aRtd annit eighteen years, while riding a mule
our to the stables at the corner of Prytana sand Piea.
sant treels yesterday afternoon, was thrown off
his sod hid his left leg broken. He was removed to
ing lie residence on Ninth street, between Annuncia
lass ti n sLd Laurel.
ig l. HAcs BnowN, colored, was arrested, by
anld ficbrr 3 der. at half.past three o'c!Ok yester
lot- d,, norn.iug, on IsRampart street, fr prowling
iog about under suspicious circumstances. He was t
ent. rensoded by the recorder.
Thomas Burts was arrested last evening, on
the ic'n mon street., by Officer Iailey, charged with
the herg foturd in the store of Messrs. McRoberts &
ing I ick, No. 4:1 Common s'reet. under suspicioun
t to ciri umetances. In his possession were found a
ich tt oken knife, a piece of candle and matches.
ire, I'EFTF.rr AY UORNINO, while a lady was admi.
S ori, ¥a c uple of small dogs on sale at the coruer
o' l:otrbon and Canal streets, an elegantly
i1nt dressed young fellow snatched ,her pocket book,
Iin h she hetld in her hand. and ran off towards
oni r art street where he was arrested Iy aponice
Sfli er and incarcerated in the Secora District
this H Y Marnas was re-arrestcd yesterday at the
lid C 3 I', rk u, on an alias warrant, charged by W.
A inklen an w,th hatnug committed the crime of
row rape. He wea looked up for examination at the
.t, ct ntral station.
se- bavrTIJOA r oesarr, charged with having in his
flie atsion and knowingly parsing counterfeit
l nicales, weas lund guilty sad remanded for sen
and Lii C.
Lne Fint- DrT Attr ( 'oRT.-Tnsa Johnson, clored
w Raf conicted of larceny eeterdty, andtd euteuced
to rx nmouths in the Parish liison and costs of
Egt' e (·sllrn, for larceny, one year hard labor
in the Peret trlary.
isn (;,. Wah-tingtnn, colored, war setenoeul for
' l I-teny, to eighteen months hard labor o the
ool Pe nitentisry.
ugh fi-ry Vtilkes and 8am Chaney. both colored,
'- convicted of Irceny, were sentenced, the first to
bas eighteen months bsrd labor in the Peittentiary,
lu- tLe other to one day in the Parish tPrison.
S Tliere werxe aeveral arraignments, but of no
public interest on the mere calling of names.
l- l:.et;hik A- G Irt-i. had O cases of import
fr r. ee. lhirth there was a ftll bar of drunkards,
a. p ostitutes ard vagrants waitring trial before
d to Inum bone were dmi~used with good advilce,
is otl. rs fiBcdr, aend othi-rs sent tIthe P'arish P'rio
by or s',,klttt*e. Blt wbo warnts to know their
:mee ' N't we, no(r the lub!ir.
S U. ei. c,',.rwn Uiins. The charge of
and haring in he possesion eouoteri.eit U. i our.
ged ar, ), preferred nagalnt George enrman by special
d in tilt Cuibltuhaiu, of the metropolitan police,
teat ws yesterday dimised by the oommissioner.
. . 8. sCxttr Cocnr.-The district attorney
y1c eteresy entered s nolle proequl tin the case of
tihe United States vs. W. E Pinebh, frnierly mail
bu route agent on the Opelonss road.
a "tidiso, the editor of the Gadveston 1nlstio,
has recently returned from Aust:n aefter a series
riciof l-air.breedih 'capes by Bflood and field, which
S be I.umororely recount in thIe Bulletin. in going
to the capital by stage, the miry and uneven con
red iiion of the toads obliged him to rely largely
tin up his leeenmotive resources, and on returning,
of he and his fellow Itrvelers were spilled from the
i st e vehicle into the deep, mad waters of Rocky
.. creek. Mr. Wmldlnn ye:
Of the three punsenugere, Mr. McKee and your
sh eorrespondent threw off their overcoats. McKee
r climbed on the bottom of the coach, while the iat.
ter swsa for the shore, thoegh he had ever
isl done so) before. Dr. Fielding, weighed down by
Ju- the weight of two nppercoets, ank o nearly
drowred. In one of hi. efforts be punched the 1
d nose of your eorrespondent and knocked him into
deep water, drwg the first ad only blood of
tr e cesscutp. TL e place of eomi ouat da
handred yards below t e paof dgled i, derie
which time I reached the shore three times, but
ass carried awsy before being able to gals a c
foothold. * e
S The docor wso estially the meot deletfl ua
E that baa lived si s the prophMt Jeremu edited a
Sh Bsook of LsmentiLons. His bheutelt sorrow
tr the lose of tbhat cashmer dressig gown th 1
present of some o lady, the embnierd
.ippers (ren l geMp), the tooth brse aad the
Les bes of pewder, tqogether w Begw'r sumorth
ag uhbadnsdffolr yes ,ead the iI edw lae
ge could not be foed th efe "Hold Hagld," I
tet inbied to mLake hi discomlat. Like Recel e
ay mourning ft r her childre, he refed to be com
o fited fur the Jlmof thteshmsee dreraggown.
e lTime wE e de eorrows. ad deebti seome
ha. s land idy will replace the dresg gown
•r· 0e to wirllb. a s- . eons N the
Sabreum. Tnght f
Tah T Yvnnae ws . q. . e ii khe t 'it'eo
e. play van Beiw* ' tamme* " :'' - is a
tad atbard c amedy. sad Is Vts wet i»
inn. readers to Need a Getagr I rb .
on e ars d, whto eir Prtne t M S es,
re as Ladh Frd klt ned ? r. graes, ws eee
ab ent. To siy at ooe is io be gives " Uder t
set Pal with Mr. Bherida d aL tsra is the
p e st. Those who have Never asp this eais
S pay have aow as opprseett wWk the a slin
he Mr. hierldan it the leading character. ehe
* Wandertnag Mdstr l." wherein mre, BtWts wli
on bring deoi the ho . On ony the " Io
b nIt ie.s suc mset eversees vh the
S loelaaiot of the rpl tacet B te si
ie is certa he ly Irbhtag m t , wwi hen aM b
SNat. iO'asB,who plass of Dera " talk
i over their owsn a t Set aineg ch aa ter e a
'et prin ves, s t hous of l odaght t. "Lre
siati o seese at the elos Is very de std Is slew
Sorth the admilos money. h se waiet s.
e see the " Whabe Pawna d hte" d tter go at
hptas " Cind qella " is uaderl ed for i neditL pre
S e las Alhanxf.--"Utndhe" and Mlsae TourIar
Saegoai delathted the patrese of the adevty act
enight. c eohlke and her atteaint Ie -ries agai
disported on the slie laknde, d nagae the wan
Iad at ste enly seeks and swam from one side
of th lake dmo the other. U e s lk all the
to commend it. Relaed " old Is better whe at
ot CnslLsce" Crr- Mussnd .-lThis depoilt ry
of so many curiosities is ow oped dily To 1
A. U. to 10 F. . Bere arn to be ees nsal s se
sm birds from every eliae, the bearded lady, the
et skeleton man, the double beaded girl, the ýrel -
a an beauty, the man frog who stays under water
Sfor and p nredibly long time and there eat sand
drid ks aeid emokesl. nd medsay ther woeder
1 he molee tois just opposr. "U tha Charle a
d; weapons dondsut either of damsea, erd.iary edl,
be or iron, of which the smeltg of the rst i as I
Sodu soy pem i cur to Perite . Thee opeln t vdelrat
of kinds of damask which we propose to decribe a
. 1. The Indibly damask. It ise made at Lakno. e
All the w men are Perst oaiat, one of the hases
facturers being known from satiqutty. His name
is liz.i Bossein CObiras. The atdd damask cae
sid e of three par to ailicste of iron, se part east
iron, and two parts very pure Iron. e he an
tances onre pt in crh hecibles w th ontain iv to
forty mtnkali (2S to 200 grammas); the later ae
t then set a furnace nd kept here for ix days
lt at a strong heat. Such furnaces ae made to e*n
S ain from 10,00 to 12,000 orcibles Whentherib
ad metal is solidified they are broken to pif es, the
iron rbein brough in an anfr nealg owes tiq d kpt
therin for fory-ei ght boirs, where it ld left to
cool stowly. If this pre utlon s of eglected the
da tenak becot mes brittle ads Sl doesep , and thr da
at 2. The damatro k of Ka S i i entirely made
s the same way, but instead of comumoa en the
m heads of old borseshoe in ail are taken.
3. The damfkr of Khorasaan. This Is sper to
S to those already meItioned. lonce the snprelted
d of adeco-('hsh, who destroyed all Is doven, it is
no longer manufactured.
4. The damaek of Arsandg I etires lad 8d I
S rans Is sold for an equas weightuf old, there boleg
i ory lttle in emesttnce, as i the fraces of
to the places have been destroyed long ago sadIt I
nr wer rebuilt.
IThe damsek of Kncrasesn possesses darkGa
te signs and Is very brllliant. That of Keswnae
potbecses a gold like reflex. The designs are
o ilntertwisted, presenting to general a drles of
a he armorers boy the damask, the quality of
whih they know from long experienee. For the
nturnoae of testing it they heat, for instance, a
ty piece to red heat and forge it then to a length of
r- Lae foot sad a half. It scintlulation takes plaoe
gt it is considered of a bad quality, and also wien
as the surface does not present a perfect evenness.
h THeaUstor Sranows -A- waiter In Oats a
at Week as of these useful little birds :
a Mr. kdward Wilson, whose labors ia the de
pa to:ent of acclimatisatIon are umversallyrecog
nized, and to whom, if I mistake not. Australia
i' owes it sparrows, has ascertained that no Ile
or than fourteen hundred oockehafers' wings have
k been found below the nest of one pair of spr
k, rot s. ac-b female treeat produces ahbot forty
grubs, wbtch barrow for three years In the ground.
De preying upun the crops during this time to as
ct encrsours extent. As many as one hundred the
sand of these gruab have been found on one acen
be of laId, and as esob acre will grow about forty
J. thousand maregolds or tarnips there are bheat
of trtee grube to each root. In me years the
be danage done by this single iteet ia France stoJ
has been estimated at the asonudiug ms of 40..
i , Git 000. A very simple ealrtlaion shows that
sit on.ply In feeding theiryoung a slagle pair of spar
rosm sar rnual!y prevent the production of feartoee
thousand grab, and the accoount is favor of the
b rle is not yet complete, for sparrows by sn
n eans restrict theaselves to cockehsfers, even
of stao these delicaces are in season, but will eet
aln ont any kll of insect or grub thatnomes in
or" Mr. W\ood, in his Illustrated atural Bistory ,
or I"., esys that a single petr of these birds worn
orco watched for a day, snd wore wen to earry
to tlhei young no lee thLn forty grabe per hvOr.
Such labors as them are not to be disregarded.
Let a somewhat stoot farmer, wp lytehe in
dressed im the ortbodox style o top boo sad
, rathetr tight lothing hot the girth, sapto
nrit ba me forty grubs In an hour, sed vw are
nouch mistaken if at the end of tha ie be dem
rlt etl a greater respect for the sparrows.
rt- htsrever the sparrows nd other small birds have
Ia bee,, exterminated, the crope have been deatroyed
re t, the consrtqusnt increaseu of laisects; ·od I
*, several oases the same m governmeonts which ordered
o the destrlNuctlor, of birds have been n,,mplled to
ir revakse their lawe, and iease orders for their pro
tIcion. 1lb balance of nature cannot be rshebly
of interlered with bly blu.d mortals without evil eon
S I.ra WAuitr:.-lt is or ly right to rlefer to a
sourc, e pesilet dsase whisk is peeallrnly
widespread yt new, sadt aa U s whith e pe.
of ie h eold b estined. At the pressert e
al there i quite a rage for the me of hatr winle or
reStrer*, which, whilst the charge of their ing
d)e i i inoigoautly repudiated, syet a s rt tie
re t, re the color of the hair. The active aeIet i
0t tr whbcs le, of coare, lead. I te esjority
e of ca~ee, probably, a moderate se of lek a tion
ch wou!d be unattended with mischlef:; but It I
ag wo;h rememberiorng that nslsy has be hkewn to
be Ire duced by the loaurg-,con lnmued use of cos
metics crntairuing lI·ed. But o thbe thoaseda
ly persons who are now applying lead to ir selps
g. there will dboetlean e ce with an lextreme
ceptibl;y to the acUtion of the poisea, and thee
will certaily tun no incoeideale rib of Satnlg
7 the reetoration of their hair atesedod by les oef
power i their risL.--(Leaet.
e C('oncernllg bookblidws, a oornsseendent of (e
St. London Athesnam yne: " A Mader Ilis me
r that thl rese why .may of his ss per the
my ee of bass ne eh, Is jlst gaod.' tb.
ly want to epe their aleard tne lIanthe;
se they want In get seay tg s M em
to nhie. MoriOweer, n wokme ore o Iea , et
of make a erooLked at al ot, wich hlas s
a edled by Marhe seerstes c the heshmr gte.
ag In the case of cheep eotrecs the edge. w Ge -
na lbbertely aIsnm loe an me hg ha
a order that the ng mY e hoe gas.
sible to sell, se Mea ei sewe.n ~es e
a ewnera of heehl who wnt tno their iea
sa snd etto here the edgee he waes
Ir word in apteu is g t i
ho have, s s e th h er n. hWthas -
ad tana us to poet 51, 1hepvy s w spag re
altlery of ert of Signor 6. P5adolgai, at Me.
n. A chd spesaLeg of We hoee a f It
50 was askj: t* Whoseyear bhoee " Leehing
rd wtth loving oe at hS mI d ho e$e d
ti Whrn iItr is"