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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVIII. SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 27. 1868.---TRIPLE SHEET. NUMBE
Female, ewing to :he pereuar and Important relations
whild bhey asitno, thdir pe!ar orgalltlcion, and the oleeos C
he perform, are smbject te mery alertuleL Freedom from
thLee e Ltribn do their happlines and
welfare, for ome eaa be happy who ae Il. Not only so. but
Sme of m. ee vaelm Female Oomplalat ean log be suffored
to ra n withot Involving the goam health e the ladiid
oal,.nd ore lmg preduelas
PERMANENT SICKNLSS AND PREMATURE DECLINE,
Nor le It phesaet to monlst a phyeldan hr the relief of I
She Yvrisa delicate edeais, and only upon the mla Co
aglea meenity will a e. wemas hr eaertle her grat- 12
ateam as to do kis The in wi te' thank as for
plaet*g In 5elr ands simple spoelles, wtis. wil be found 7
oeaieos in relieving sad oarlg almoet every one of thoe WII
reslsame empluste psealtr to the a. re
EL XBOLD'S EXTRACT Or BUCHU. Sou
HMdreds eanfr e Ia smilece, and hudreds others apply ta
waily to drate sad doets, who either merely tauteli Ba
them with the hepe a ase or aoply womedlee which make and
thm wns. I woeld not wish to moast anything that would
do tauastlee to Mo agletd, but I am obiged to say ha e
althugh it may be predseed tem zssve emxhasitoa of the to
e-ww ellife, by taborlm empl ramsa, awhilesme air and All
bed, profuse amastrot, the em of toe and coffee, and
freqant ehldbirtl, t is faroftemereaused bydirect irritation, den
appled to tIhe mo e m brame of the vagina tsel diet;
Whem reviewig the meam of these dlstremoLg complaonte,
It I most painfl to contemplate the attndart evils ese late
e "wtspe them. It la but tmple Justlo o the subjoet to reps
smmeate a aew of the may addltJial meases which so wer
arly albAt the n
LIF. HIIALTH AND HAPPINEIB OF WOMAN
In all ae of serelty, ad wheih, omeequently, afhet more
or les directly the welfahr of the etire haman family. The
amsi that estote for proseisee education and marrtage, sbho
ass the years that nater designed for corporeal develop es
mst to be wasted and paverted in the restraints of dres, legs
the early eennemnt of bchool, and especially In the an- fp
healthy exrltement of the ball room. Thus, with the body of 1'
half elethed and the mind duly excited by pleasure pr
erndta In midnight revel the oaur dealgned by nature for Sto
leep and rest, the work of destruction Is half accomplished. .hlp
L esmsqeose of t ealy stalY a upan hw system, an imp
ammemay effort is required by the dsllease votary to reta ra
her idtetion to school at a lter day, ths aggrvatling tb I
nevl. When *o orltaemeat s over, another In prospective wae
beps the mild morbidly sensitive to Impreusson, while the st I
mew senstast restraint of faehlonable driem, abolutely for. 1i O
bidding the exercs ladlspensable to the attainment and r
tatIa eof organe health and ienglh, the exposure to night
r, the sndden chaaps of tempertatre, the com ;rte prostra
a producdaed by ezcemive dandmg mart, of a es.t, pro
las their legitimate ebAet At last a early borage elope
`e 1felax of wmsery, and the nafbrteate aone, hitherto se
.terly regt Alem of the plain dictates and rem,autraes ofd
er dolleate astue, becomes an swl lUng suoject of medical nre C
ratm.nt. This Is but a truthful picture of the experlonot of
hmeands of eour oung women
Leag before the attty to exerosee the Mheties of the gan
alive organs they require an edaestlce of their peuliar Di
erves system, composod of what is called the tisue, which C
, esmmes with the female hes and lips, evdiLl wife
tder the control of mantal emotions and aoc tions at an cde 1
ly ported of life; and, as we shall absequently see, these
saies, when excessve, load, long before puber.y, to habits
Aleh sp the very life of their victims ase at s ha self.
-pe their -evelpe
)R FEMALE WEAKNESS AND DEBILITY,
RaITiE8 O LUEVOOEREIA,
TOO PIOPUE MENSTRUATION.
. ,AUNTION, PI
TOO LONG CONTINUED PERIODS, ig It
SPFROIAPS U AND BEARING DOWN, lard,
OR PROLAPSUS UTERI, cor
OFFER TaE MOST PERFECT'BPECIFIC KNOWN:
labold's Compolnd Extrret of Buohu.
Er ctions er Usa Diet tad Advteanempay.A
'EMALES IN EVERY PERIOD OF LIFE,
a tatey teerme old ege, will ad it a smedy to aid
wel thdesteharge f te fastleUo . H
FOtH I THE OiT OW FP MANHtOOD AND
IEI.MILU's EXTRACT MIUCHUI repb
tOEs asIaTeIIG xIIOI TIEAs AT tIP THE er
IRITPAAlTIONMB OF DA OR IROP, Pre
nitely safer and More Ilie tant. golda
EILMOLDS EXTIRACT BUCHU.
-eestyed the sndersemeso of tao moot pretiaami phy.
_la the Utlted ttss, Is aow efeed to acLoted bh -
s a CRTAIN 0UM for the lowto dijseasem and Du1
from whateer e odmtLg4:
Memra ad Phyteal D mpreua, an
s of Blood to the Head, Ti
t de5s the cc
eetliomaese ad leeplusnse at Night, d
5t EssIelor ESelmop, perol
law o p lt c
r raLesi of the Org. ofImrai ,
tleu f the Beet, ad, to aN the meamdltoa ol f
and Debiliaed stee of the sysem f5avor
Tr GENIN. CUT THIn OT. As th
TAKE 0 NOTL ution.
gaptem sn aeh meomaselsees. Addom , moo
IeII r. Mow II
r br lem dT W. n mowday Lo
he.edofe my 4 emte Wemm d sad I bu
THE CRESOENT'S DISPATCHES
YWAl HI sGTON.
Cen. GraLt and Department. Close Early.
Will in Favor Widows and Children of outhern
lINC'J(LY va. VAN WYCK.
t WArrsrnovow, Dec. 26.-in conreq'lence of the
Sconstant crowd, Grant receives no visitors after
The departments only worked a couple of hours
to-day. No news in consequence.
The late Thomas C. Moore, an old resident of
Williamsburg, N. Y., in a codicil to his will,
revokes a devise of his personalsestate to his sister,
comprising bonds, mortgages, scrip, certloates
of bank stock, money, eto., for the reason that he
desires to set apart a moderate fund for the relief
of asfering and destitute widows and ohildren of
Southern soldiers who died or were killed IS the
late war, in the eastern parts of Boath sad North
Carolina and Georgia. He therefore bequeaths
to James Hall, Fraects I. Porcher, Louis D. De
Sansure and E. Henry Frost of Charleton, 8. C.,
and SRev. John iRmley, bonds in trust for that
purpose amounting to $216,000. The portion to
be oistributed in South Carolina to be more than
one-fifth of the whole. The amount with interest
to be distributed in the course of seven years.
All the residue of the bonds and mortgagese with
lew exceptions he sets aside for the rebuidling
and repairing of churches without regard toseot or
denomination, injured by the late war within the
districts of the Southern States aforesaid.
Solicitor John M. WBlckley has prepared a card
to the public, in which he reviews Van Wyck's
late report, sod says the latter deliberately made
representations opposite to truth, and knew they
were untrue when he made them. Bicokley calls
Van Wyck a " despicable politicaster."
FROM JEW YORE.
auek Statement. Ele.
Nzw YoRK, IDecember 26.-The bank statement
shows, loans decreased $1,090,000, specie de
creased $700,000, deposits decreased $4.573,000,
legal tenders decreased $2,089,000. Next week
will likely be a trying one for borrowere, but
after that money will be much easier. Coupons
of 1*1l 114j, 6-209 of '62 1104@110, of '64 106($
10C., of '6, 107;i@107 , do. new 110L1101, of '67
11(@1ll0j, of '68 i(llu~@ll0, 10-40d 105+@1054.
Stock market more animated and higher. Gold
shipment to-day $170,000; for the week $608,000.
Imports for the week--Dry goods $935,000, gene
ral merchandise $1,875,GL0. Sub-treasury balanoe
'he report that $20,000,000 new legal tenders
were to be issued, is due to the fact that the trea
sury recently burned that amount of Afies called
m on account of counterfeiting.
FROM LITN, MASS.
Nearly the whole Oity Buraed-Lese at msa e
Mulltes--o reat ulerirsg.
Lvw, Mass., Dec. 26-Nearly the entire city
was burned this morning. Loss, many millions.
Suffering anwng the losers indescribable. The
fre occurred in the Lyceum Hall.
Disekeni's SIter.m.-law eemmits Sitclde.
CHICAGo. Dec. 26.-Mrs. Augustus A. Dickens,
wife of Charles Dickens's brother, committed sul
IncnioN, Dec. 26;.-The distillery of J. R.
deogewick. plaster-mill of Allen A Magruder and
seven snail dwelling houses on 30th street were
burned to-day. Loss $300,000.
FROM IPRINGVIILD, MAB3.
Speech by Cotfax.
tPRINGrtIE D, MAlS., Dec. 3.--Colfax, respond.
ing to a sareoade, uttered nothing political. He
said unfortunately he was not born in New Eng.
land, nor did his ancestry come from there. He
coreluded by saying, " every loyal heart is happy,
Gen. Grant is happy, I am happy!"
FROM AUGUSTA. 0G0.
Terrible Outrase la Cso'nbta Couaty.
AUoo sTA, Dec. 26.-Gabriel Martin and two
maiden sasters residing in Columbia county, were
murdered and robbed on Thursday night, their
house set on fire and their bodies consumed.
He ytlea and Mexiesa News.
HAVANA, Dec. 26.-Hayti advice. report Jacmel
closely besieged. On the 10th the garrison re- n
poulsed the pickets of the beeseigers, both parties
loslng heavily. Salnave's blockeders hover around
the coast, but the revolutionist are confident and b
fortifyoing inland. ft
Mexicran advices state that 2000 workmen are
eaasged in constructing tshe Vera Crus railroad. p
Gen. Canto had been sent to l)urango.
Congres had been petitioned to abolish the
death penalty. li
The financial and commercial condition of the
republic is critical.
Congrese approves the free exports of minerals b
Vessels constructed in the republic are granted a b
subvention of $15 per ton. p
Preparations for working petroleoum wells in ti
Oaxace have been commenced.
Cesgres b conDidering a proposition to export
gold and silver in bars. under toe same export
duty as coised money.
It I. understood that the journals generally and
Gen. Palscio advocate amnesty. h
The C'feu'raes-Aousersm Ambassders to t
uke deo M eseAese- ggese the a
Neverdy JeohLsem-T- Tue b k .wheu
mesa ad sreses Velaeewo-T'L he easeerae
Amero asel ew,--h h Oh e C·hamber hih
Atnerease War Measuree-Th Leade of
Tnmes em the Albma Clalsm. at
Lonor, Dec. 25.--It is definitely settled that di
the coafereace of the great powers will meet in b
Paris early in January. th
PAst , Dec. 2..-A dispatch from Vienna state.
that the Australia mbassdors at Constantinople t
and Athens will be recalled, and replaced by w
perone uanobjectionable to both Turkey and f
MDIDo, Dec. 25.-The Duke de Montpensler
has publishe a manifesto announcing hist liberal
The Imparcile newspaper suggests the aomal- o
nation of a son of the Duke de Mostpenaler for K
king under the latter's regency.
Lonow, Dec. 25.-Beverdy Johnson yesterday
received a deputation of London artisans desrous
of foounding a colony in Nebraska Johnson ai
favored the project. th
A dispatch from Athens ays the Turkish gov
emeat has placed two war sahips on the oast to
priret the departu of volunteers for Crete. l
Pes, Dec. 6.--Le Geolois says Russima arges gp
the United States to take pert in the ENtern qoa. f
NAIUILLIS, DecC. 25.-Advice fr0 BRio
Janer sate that after the failre to take Valetta
by load, the iro clads attempted it with no better
Losou, Dec. 26.-A aLtche from Atheb Jo
nay the cLha has vo ted d measy and am
thorised the wreasnreu aske- hy the bovera. p1
The Times has outher editMisl the A a
be elate. It p thLe peo both oer.
trim are as gy inr ~ ba us' t stlu s.
This meeles a r rem l Ias Iguease thei
lbs. e leve S~esretr Im5U~m eb. p
structs the settlement for adjustment under the
i:'coming administration. the Times thinks Rev
erdy Johnson will be allowed to remain to oon
plets the work. If Seward seeks to delay the ad
justment he should be removed: but the basis of
'he protocal already agreed upon by Stanley aod
Jol neon must remain fixed, and will sooner or
later ccmmnand the conselt of both parties.
FROM SOUTHWBUT PASS.
n torew'asrM PAas, Dee. 26-Noon -Barometer
30:;0. Wind 8. S. E and strong. Weather taick
and rainy. No arrivals or departures.
Sot Trztsr PASS, Dec. 26.-6 r. M.-Barometer
30 26,; wind S. E. and light. Arrived : Ship FPav
orite, CaCeabella. 6 days from Havana. is ballast.
to Avendano Bros. Steamship Bremen on the
VTccKseao. Dec. 26.-Passed up: Iichmond at
9. W. It. Arthur and Virginia at 11 A. M., Mimia
f sippi at 1, Allen at 4 F. x. yesterday ; Pargoud at
noon to-day. Passed down: Commonwealth at
10 A. M yesterday, and Robt. E. Lee at 2 r. x. to
g day. River falling; now 20 feet below high water
f LocriviLyna Dec. 26.-River rslag with 6 feet
f 4 inmhe of water ia the canal. Navigation
s aborve the fallas sapeaded by Ice. Weather
a cloudy and cold.
PAsis, Dec. 25.-Bullion in the Bank of France
Shas decreased 4 800,000 francs.
l.tvIsT OOL, Dec. 25.-Bombay shipments of
cotton since last report, 20 000 bales.
New Yoa,, Dec. 26- lventag.-Cottou firm
but quiet; sales 1300 bales; middling uplands
25c. Corn a shade better. Flour and wheat
quiet and unchanged. Whisky quiet at $1. Pork
lower, 127@27 25. Lard lower, kettle 17@174c.
Groceries quiet. Turpentine 46@45e. Rosin
$2 3502 50. Freights firmer for grain, but heavy
Naw Yotx, Dec. 26-Evening.-Money close
during the morning, but closed easier at 7 our.
rency. The bank statement is more favorable
than was expected. Sterling exchange nominal
at 109los 091. Gold quiet at 1341@135.
MonILs, Dec. 26.- Cotton quiet. Middlings
234c. Sales to-day 800 bales. Receipts so-day
4117 bales. Exports 3656 bales.
Cl'mrwATI, Dee. 26.-Flou unchanged; fancy
$6.50. Wheat $1 75. Corn65@60. Rye $1 35. Oats
69c. Cotton 23fc. Whisky 1l. Mess pork $25 50.
Bulk meats-shoulders 110., clear rib sides 134c.,
clear sides 14c. Lard 174e. Green shouldes 1Uc.,
sides 12?c.; hams 14c. Butter 36(40c. Eggs 32
ST. Loris, Dec. 26.-Tobacco unchanged.
Flour, superfine $60t 75. Wheat, 82$2 20.
Corn 58$60c. Oats 650. Pork 827 50. Bulk
meats aLd lard dull. Nothing doing. Whisky 98c.
LorlaIILtL. Dee. 26.-Cotton 23c. Hogs $9
@$9 25. Groe Mess Pork $28. Bacon-Clear
rib sides 150., clear sides 154c. packed. Fancy
bacon hams Vlc. Lard-prime tierce lac ; Sa
perfine $5 50o$6. Wheat 81 8001 90. Oats 68
(@60c. Corn tiOe. Rye 1 40.
Arrivals eat the Prlaitdpl otels Friday
Tr. CHARLIS HOTIL.
P H Maddox, New Yoik; H Elliot, Mins:
COglety. naheeling; Jo, Marshall. Wheeling;
J W Boyd, do; W Steves. Tarr.villte:
All blakey anld lady, Pleasant B Peck and wite. Cntlog:;
Hill, Mo; W T Gdlespie, Monitor Manes
Tn Dulbos. MonitecAtehaltn: Lapse.
Ii W Williams. Carroll panon;Tho Schackelford. Canton;
C P Beeson, Texas; I Nutt latcher,
W Martini B A Collins
J B Coleman, U 8 A; WO Brien, C 8 A;
(eoJ Duncan, city. J Rnuo, city;
U W lbhmas, do. t W Alt-n, New York ctny;
W Banmker, St Louls: CS twuieon. Memo.,.
4 W heaer. Iow Yok . J M B Reynold.. Po.oon;
Stephen imt, wife Me Cl(stra R C Murphy Wash'nit',n
biro, and Miss Mollie iunter. s Ueacbse, bt Leni, Mo.
C H Welch. Meleaney, Texas;H We'ch, Coriean. Tex,:
I'T P'anrran. Canton; Mirss ttl lbtumpin, do;
T Darcy. city, Mrs Pichett ild sun;
J B Dobnoc. Jeferson City; J I Henry, Phila,
J O Herrn. Texas, B Croner. city.
MrsMi t. Uarorn, Texs; Mrs J 'amern, Texas;
Misa.i Cameron, o,, Jr .0 C.lldres, do
l. White, do; J E Harris. do.
H Bvatsn,NY: JBalt. NY;
W M Bmtth., t Mary, La; Chu Fowler, Galveston.
" h Mnne. city. son, d,
Jar W iteedlove, Pas Chris- W SK livan, city
J La tYag Moanrs, Texas; J D Moorer, ao;
Wm O t-y. Jr. AG sMyes, Miss;
n Levi. Vcksbu-g. Miss; A t. Jons, Texas;
Mira lobon, Texs; J P Smith. 0n;
W Traman, Lexington Ky; i L Edwards, Brooklyn;
P Pule L.. I W Neteor. cite,
Dr ti;4Bl RtePi. Phlos; B C M&t,.doWa Tex",
St'N arn.Texas. J L ake. Va;
J W by os, 16V Customhonse Miss MA Thompson, Ohio,
sitret; i T onip.n. Qu,
Mle C Ballard, Texas, W Blahard. Texasu;
W J Mclonald, do; CA Wartfird d.,:
W B ituntber, do, M Matthew,, Va.
Misas .Lix, Texa, E SriCrbar.
ST. JAMES HOTEL.
J 8 Holden, Baltimore; John Moon. New York:
Alex J Mitchrll; Dr D J Biaisld. errae ouo,
R B (' olat. Pittaberg; Joe I Day. Camden, .N J;
W Webb. Brandd. Mus; C F Boems, L,
Tdortia (ise assae; C T BAts, Tesls;
Thou F PINt.any. Clinton. . Johnu L dwrulg, Baltimore.
J L Blanc, wi aed chi.d, J N C'rawtord and wl'e. Tenn;
M hat Wr T.rt, amosomery;
W F PerAis,. Nw Ydork; P Croft-n. New Jersty;
A It Sta, us.
tr. LOtis HoTnEL.
Mers A Z Cmmnoack, city, Mia Amelia Cnmmtrk, city;
i H otresen aind i.dy.hlaago; S A Swt-e y. C coa,
J P N BaQuie, eity ; J A sample, Summ, Mlss;
Rd e laNRmel, Tex";a P Hart. city;
t hasDuesinte; MtrsL A tunstl'i. NY: y'.
Jartin Dne s and wife. Oe; R a Dennis, Augitaia,
FINEs WINEs, BRAdnIrIm, rnic.-The advertise
rent of Mr. T. Barlly Blanchard, Jr., commission
merchant, importer and dealer in fine wines,
brandis, etc., 38 and 40 Old Levee street, will be
fond Itn another column of this morning's inssue,
and claims the especiar l arttention of our readers.
Perhaps nowhere In the Southern country caun
finer selection of fine old wes, brsaondierad
liquors be found theanthoe in the large oand com
modious stores of Mr. Blanchard, and he is, we
believe, one of the beaviest Importers as well as
being one of the beet taters in the city. His
prices are exceedingly reaonble. See ·river.
tisiment and gie him call before purchareadsig.
The accomtplished operator, W. J. 8ouby, at1
lIre. Johreon'ts gallery, opposite Magz!ne Market,
has recently exncuted some of ther fnent rspeci
Tens of photography we have ever beheld, clearly
emonl sratlng to our mtnds lat m e s not only s
Iefect mater of his profession, but emphatically
wieouta superior in our city so replete with art
tis-ic Slsnt. he umber r of the saloon referred
to Ie 572, ad the Mrasine ears will convoy you
wlthin a few step of lt portals.
Messrs. Pfietsr, Heeller & Co., of New Orleans,
have porehaed the entire interest anrd material
of the German Preha, one of the moat popular
rand influoential Germain papers in othe ooth. The
daily and weekly publication of the paper im to
be continued as usuarl When we tell our readers
that Mr. Heldenhaln not to be connected witth
the editorial, and that our old friend Weichardt
will remain on the local column, we trust our p
fellew-citizens will continue their patronage of
the German P ores. |
The genuine Braudiin pebble irpectaelps are
only to be had at No. 11 Camp street. Mess.
Keraghan & Co., optician, have a large asort
msHoa hand, ad rewn the pubhlo they ae
wied to pereserve siht the o extreme old
ae So perfect I the lens, and so peculiarly :r
theyadapted to the viaslon th weAt r th e weer only
aware of the fast that he as them ca by thL 1
great impfoYmout ia hi rslht Cal ol tcm m i
gentlemau all you who ae auited with inmper. u
feet visioa ad be reolieve e
-ne elitebI nelted reis tnmr4 that to. w "
meeow sv at the aliei Thess, as e
trnmst wil be gies whreatty mayo . Ii
|o thmselves doublyfw the ar wll e ri
pledtothe rsIef tIpewr. Tera tobe
that masy edw reaem wl b IM ag th
d·. P ctors Ias.-'" The Bishop Wilmer 8o
of clety" is the name of an association of the be
id nevolent ladles of St. Emanuel Churc, in Jeffer
or con city, which has recently been organised,
under the direction of Rev. H. C. Dosoan, rector
of the parish. The society has a wide field for
action, and will find no scarcity of worLto be
done. We wish it success.
This being the Sun'day within the octave, the
it ceremonies of the Catholic churchee partake of
:k the character of those of Christmas Day, the festi
val preceding. The gospel read at the masa
ir remains the same, and the grand, joyous anthem
,. 'Adesle fileles," is still sung.
t. THE FOLLOWINGO is a correct list of the Dem
1e ccratic State central committee, as recently or.
For the State at Large-P. H. Hatch, of Jeffer
son; C. H. Mouton, of Orleans; B. F. Jonas, of
Orleans; D. F. Kenner, of Ascension; C. W.
Lt 'n:berteon, of O0leans.
Ward No. 1-- lord B. Coleman.
Ward No. 2-J. L. Gubernator.
Ward o. 3-H. M. Spoffrrd.
Ward No. 4-B. F. Sturcken.
Ward No. 5-E. A. Bizonier.
Ward No. 6-0-. W. White.
t Ward No. 7-Jeda Pailtey.
Ward No. - ----
Ward No. p--P. ch.laaekr.
S Ward io. 10 O- W. . Pierson.
Ward No. 11- .
Algters-John H McLean.
Parish St. Charles-Jos. Brunean.
Parish Iberville-Dr. C. Ward.
Parish Plaquemines-Dr. J. B. W!lkinson.
e Mr. F. H. Hatch was uaanimously elected prea.
dent. Mr. Thomas Steel was elected secretary.
THE GsamAN PRame STILL DmrOCRATIc.-We
are very much gratified to be able to anaounce
to our readers that that staunch Democratic sheet.
5 the German Presn, which we on Friday stated to
t have been sold to the Radicals and would here.
k after be published by Heidenhain, a member of
the late bogus Legislature, will not be so dis.
p posed of. The stockholders all objected to the
F transfer, and instead sold it to Messrs. Pfeiffer,
Hoeller & Co , all good Democrats, who will print
a paper devoted to the interests of white men.
We congratulate our German fellow-citizens on
I this change, as the Press is a paper which we are
I sure they would have been sorry to lose. But the
Press is still in the ranks of the Democracy, and
1 Hon. Heidenhain is nowhere. We understand
that lion. Henry had already taken possession in
advance of his fancied honors, but war compelled
to vacate in favor of his betters. m
THE GENEROUS ACTIOx of Mr. Calabresi, the direc.
tor of the opera, in tendering a benefit to the Fire
men's Charitable Association, is worthy of praise.
If it be true that " a friend in need is a friend in
deed," then Mr. Calabresi can consider himself a
true friend of the firemen. His offer of aid is made
in good season. Never before has this charitable
association been in greater straits. The failure on
the part of the city to pay the amount which is
due the association, has seriously crippled their
resources. President Marks, in accepting Mr. Cala
bresa's offer, names, as a suitable time, the night
of Wednesdey, the 6th prox. It will then be for
the public to evince, by a erowded house, their
appreciation of the heroic deeds of the New Or
THERE NEVER WAS A MuERtIER CHTRI-TMAs than
that held Friday last, at the Hancock Club, in the
splendid rooms over the Imperial. The lunch was
fixed for meridian but was delayed to a later
hour. Tie reporter of the CREscNT went up.
stairs about three o'clock, when the magnificence
of the spread and the number of gentlemen
present were such that he could not find his way
even to the bar. He was relieved of his confo
sion by Captain Pinckney Smith, the excellent
president, by Major Ellis, Mr. Kelly, and several
other members, who forced him nolens colensinto
a pest, and overwhelmed him with their kindness.
The snipe and woodcock were as thick as black
birds in a cornfield or crows about the State House
during a session of the Legislature. The venison,
the fish, the wild duck, the roasts, the stews, the
pastry, the dessert, the ices, the fruits, the coffee,
the cigars, the I.,taose cofes-why the CRaNsCINr
reporter is bewildered again-were all of
the choicest qualities. There certainly is no
tetter cook in Louisiana than the man who offlci.
ates in that capacity at the Hancock C'lub. His
I',r r de rolbdlc a a iron was excellent : his
sheep head, oyster sauce; his aspic of different
wild fowl, his salmis of venison, his delicious and
most artistic pastry, showed him to be a man of
genius. The bill of fare would fill a column of the
I'REeCENT, and therefore we cannot publish it.
But so far as the writer's experience goes, every
cish mentioned in the bill had only to be called p
for, and in a glfly, there it was. Next to C.apt.
I'inckney Smith we noticed the pleasant face of
the commander of the Spanish corvette Chorneca: 2
end all around the principal board of festivity
were to be seen the first men of the South, both
visitors from other States and citisens of New Or
leans. It was an occasion, in the writer's life-he
never saw such a profusion, at any one time, of
all the good things of this world. But above p
all, above even the exhilarating champagne a
and the masterpieces of cookery, were the i,
welcome and good fellowship, and the Instinctive E
knowledge that one was among gentlemen. The
writer is indebted for his delightful experience at P
the club, on Christmas, first to Captain Pinckney
smith, and then to his aids and the members gen
erally. Capt. Smith's representative, in his ab- a
sence, is Gen. Thomas M. Scott, at the outset
colonel of the 12th Louisiana, promoted after. c
wards for determined and signal courage to the
rank of brigadier-a soldier who was repeatedly b
wounded, and once left for dead on the field of o
battle. Major A. W. Roberts, Major W. H. Ellis,
Mr. MoVicar, Harry Phelps and others will please ut
accept the writers hearty thanks for the warm 1
'hristmas welcome they gave him Friday. 1
Before the toasts and speeches came up, the r,
writer took advantage of a moment when all were
engaged in an interesting discussion, and stole a
away, confident that the press was in good hands
so long as John Jay Lane of the Bee was present.
Success, bonor and increase to the Hancock Clob
it is the most dellahtfiul gathering we ever at
THE AMlATEUR PRFOsurMAeC NITx TTrDuDAY
NIO.Tr.-how that the glad holiday time is making
all hearte merry, it is to be hoped that its more d
sacred influences will not be unheeded, but that
the holy promptings of there days of "good will
towards men, maybe fully acted up to. Nobet
ter opportunity for doing good, and no more de
serving object could be presented than that offer-.
ed at the National Theater next Tuesday night i
The benevolent asociation of the ladies of Cal.
vary Church have a double claim on the regard of
the charitable. In the first place comes the para.
mont claims of the poor under their protension.
ano next, the scant soucess of their promenade
concert. The public should seize the occasion to 01
make up, by ouprecedented attendance on this oc- te
cas(n, for their seeming indifference at the con- P
Tux Boraxi DlAarrs or TaI D'rtecrs ICo- az
rur.-The epeoioes, airy hall of the Denatob ot
Company was last nilght the scene of one of the g
company's own triumpha. The occasion was one w
(,f their never to-be-forgotten soirdes. The fairy
feet ot merry maidens kept time to tuneful mesa th
ures, and pleasure reigned supreme. S, happy th
were the hours spent that Aurors's self could s
scarce dispel the charm of Terpskhore. uS
GRAND RDOALIA AND FANCY DREiS BALL on
OynA Tants io 1, 1. O. It. M.-The bems of cc
this tribe met last night, not for a war dance, but
to tread a joyous, peaceful measure. This re
porter hereby acknowledges that he wae treated or
with open hand by all the Red Men. To chiefs be
Hugo, Baita, hchroder, Mller and Wurzbnrger 11
special thanks are due. be
PxrLCAN's BALL.-OU Wednesday, January 13,
at the New Opera House, the followers of truck tb
No. 4 give their greand masku ball. It is a fact la
generally conceded that the youths of Pelican as
know how such things should be done. At least .
those who attended last year's ball do not hestate
to rank that a~lir with the entertalaments of the
Jockey Club. They may well my so, for many of
the amerppearnlg ln the lt of managers for Pl.
iean, are the seme s thoseton the card of the
Metairle Club. Par con*sequene, the affair of nu
January 13 is looked forware to with pleasant an- r
A RHaa Crmewrr.-The adues of Ismlo
workmanahip will aid ona exhibitiot at the cor
ner of Comme sad Dmbigny sarete, a rare evi
deace of amater alet, whiek has exprmed
itsetlf a m eaf t wrath, composed exel. Ca
sively of natural med, ad repsaeteUg every va- c
reit te betemIul eatulne. T sl l rtle M
ptioeof we w snted oby ee of be
onr ceoh kss, hleseme, Oatofre a gi
her medesty w emuallesla, mlk . TI
eigsmd fr a be.eveMt ~pes.h I as et n
hIly wil r mi Ie t ee, mab At
mr to al stees, tol beawks l r tw
geneses ear a ally. whir hwe ae mtw to
shat **wt as iarang ta eamstmonec sems
of tner preeea snappy feelings to sanu poor n-. Deer
fortunate as may seek through the delicate me- re
diem of friendship to enlist their sympathies. co
SPICIAL MUrnTIeO Or TIe Boasn or ALDnRIK.
SThe board met last night in psoel sessilon to
coeslder the new license ordinanee. at
Present: Mr. Markey in the chair, Messrs. Bo
or uils, Peon, bShields, Brady, Kaiser and Predos.
S Immediately on meeting the board went into
committee of the whole. Mr. Shields In the chair,th
and took up the ordinance section by section.
he The ordinanee was adooted as it pased the
of lower board, and as it has already been pub~ished mb
S in full in the Caxscasv, with the following ta
m The licrure on race courses was reduced from co
$1000 to $750: cigar manufacturers was chasnged the
- from eO t)o $26; average adjusters ad surgeson Ca
it. dentists from $0 to $34; physicians and lawyers
from $15 to $30. pre
ir- The board then, after a motion had bees made A
of by Mr. Brady to reconsider the whole ordInane, ed
V. which motion was subsequently withdLrown, ad- twa
journed until next Tuesday, its regular meeting
Cooxiicuamir ExzRCIPs or LOcQurr Iaxrt- Car
Tt'rnL-The late hour at which the exercises ter. diet
minated, and the erowded state of our columns. whi
precluded tie publication of any extended atie any
of a rtll meitdees Iitoits. The pro
grmme In rull Is sbjotwed:
item. ed Julele ...............................
Iut.s-(th..-el..... . ....... .........l4. Ma r .
Salutatery-ts ham of edttotal, lor L ..equet Album for Ds liar
I~d rj........................... ..·.....U~~r~.. hs ,4' .
sataltesaes-(Duet),.......... ieos. ra . ad M Terl ene
Slf.................... seral nembm ef the ehooL
I ma D mis n r ............................Mli Oetava Y. per
La. ISo v Th.....he ............................... M' int
)eleo Ion from the Lady of the Lake.......Ms Flao F ce A.L
L Obses-Ovenur) ......... .... .. Twty-lour Hndul.
d- Obirtma eral.......... yevmr md e of the oeb. wiL l
Lea ('ourntrtea-(Det,...... imes Otavia D. and Loutl O.
Oh' na Vole ew Uosongrsm Annu Belma.....m. e A
re L'ato et t'l-nfant-- ocitto)............Mls Clara Si. one
i pliogeto the tiutdm Lra nd-(Olalosne l(Gas
Le .......L...C.......... .......... . 0. an Mm saue ba
t, LAmter MKuternim oris b .........a.tl tep L
s- Cesrs hip Dai-rDB·OHUIw) 81
Mlses ForneN A., Starah C. and Theodora C. and
f Ga'op MItal........ Mimes Courts W. and Alboua L. nigi
S. bread. icen oe Fol d'Himlet ..............Mis.. t. U.
Leo Prelou.. ELkneL -(Daloy,,- the
By aeveral members ef the ahoot. and
, Laesambouta .................. ..... . .. M KatEs J vi
It La Resr -DalDogue).... B.y everal mbem of the ebhoaL
Norma DDut ............ ....... . 0. and it,. W. T
Fai rs.' C..ort--IDialoruel By veral mhmbers of the bool. Tho
n Indlan Girl's unal-Choras with Bobo.)
S an.u.-fOvert ure ......................... Sixteen Hand rest
e A Rlight Miatao.-iDilote"- in
. . .. By ASmheal members or the school
d Ma-cbe et finaleo uoneme e nfa Mear....M'me L P.L. J(
d r A ir du ilt do eL ..................Mi... t G. Tbo
SPrertatton o1 DIploma..
d Faremwell Addls I Behalf of Leqaet lasntute- - L
Miss Livia Hitch. lc
Vakledictory ..............l u....... Agneu . C
,h.trttu.l.n of Prise- uad Award of Prise of Honor.
Otod ieht-- Chorus, shot
This reporter, for the reasons above given, the
. could only express. In general terms, his ulgqseali. M
- fled praise of all, but takes this occasion to spe- nea
a cially mention the dialogue of "Courtship uuder was
e Difficultiles." The little mkses who took part n last
Sthis received, as they deserved, uproarious ap- A
n please. Mise Rosetta intini. as the Qoueen of Mrs
is the Fairies, comes in too for a full share of the
ir honors. The comedietta, "A Alight Mistake '" was the
Sspiritedly acted, as was also the dialogue 'L g
it Rosiere." The farewell address of Miss Livia
r Hatch was gracefully spoken, and the valedictory
r by Miss Agnes Csam feelingly reade To Miss n
Augusta lambkln was awarded the prize of at
honor. Tne graduates this year are Miss Agnes boy
Cuse and Miss Auguta LaLubkirn. t
eA ~nnILDagN' TAVISrI Sornms AT COL. S. N. No.
MooDY's.-Abot nine o'olock on Christmas per
r nght. the writer left the turbulent streets to be am
nushered Into the midst of a parlor full of the it wt
loveliest little maidens and the ruddiest lads, at was
a tLe reception of Col. S. N. Moody, on Canal ben
1 street. The spectacle presented It is impossmible
to describe, but it would have satisfied the most Ix
Sfastidious taste to witness the number of children Rees
i who had congregated under that hospitable rof Cher
Sat the Invitation of Miss Bells nd Master S. W. ton a
and Nadin Moody, all of them attired In the to p
richest and moseet varied travesti costumes, to July,
spend a merry Christmas. And a merry Christ Dow
m eit wsa for al, from the tiny two year old to can,
the blooming girl of fourteen, as they romped I
Slohghiogly around the large Christmas tree, groan. take
r ing under its hundreds of Christmas presents. The agaill
f tree in itself was a beauty. shaped by the dexter. tribe
one hands of the amiable hostess. It consisted oftion,
a tic.t7 lus, its broad green foliage artistically from
stndded with siver stars ; from branch to branch Cree
green moss happily Interwoven with shreds of oo-ce
multicolored tulle illusion formed a rich and rustic agre
I drapery, the effect being enhanced by the quaint belot
toys hanging from the boughs and attached to rib- rper
bons of all bees, dszaling the Hlittle eyes of the life,
children for whom they were destined. gar
Dancing with F-rru.o ,personated by Master to e
S. W. Moody, could be seen the dark-eyed Lullo prom
Straussm, Pchontas, with tnoy feet encased i kept
moccassias: further onMlaster Fernand Lagay, Le dian
A.tlrquts de Joisdore, and little Blanche, his of th
tsOt(r, as L .kalwR,nere, were tripping it tie i
with all their heart. Mis Annie Gordon, appri
as Azucena. was charming as she whirled of it,
by, lest by a Sicilian prince, named Nadin Moody. matt,
Misses Ida Hoicombe as a snow-drop, and Blanche
Frcois as a lady-bug, were prettily arrayed, Zo
awakening reminiscences of the "Midsummer old
N'ight's Dream." Masters Frank and Charles t
Bailey, two darling little cherubs, as a Tyrolean W
and a Highlander. Mario Aime Alpuente, as
payeaiilEs coqteules; Rowana Foley, Theodoeia i
Conant, Lilly Lyman, Anne Marie Church, (the Wh
last named as a flower girl,) whose aggregate every
sges ccnuld scarcely sum up twenty-five years,
were also paying their tribute to Terpichore, spdei
chatting, cutting all sorts of antics. Among the Wh
older children who were conspicuous from their dogs.
beauty and tasteful travestis, were the daughter Wh
of our host, Bella Moody, as Jeenle Deans; Misses Wh
Amelia and (leorgie Capelia, grand-daughters of Wh
the Hon. Christian Ioesliua. the one as a rich The
llollandaise and the other as a Vivandiere dn Wh
lable ; Misses (Georgliana and Martha Hotchklss, sske
representing the Bee and Butterfly kingdoms; the Wh
elegant Minna Breaux, in her chasUte white satin hoop
dress and white and pink sash, a little lady in her
every motion, her face beaming with joy and in- snak
tellect; Titine Koonta. 8 years old, the little ~
queen of beauty, who was crowned at the grand mocci
tournament at the Fair Grounds as the fairest of Wh
the fair by the youthful chevalier, winner of the
prate awarded to the best boy rider. Titine
looked really bewitching, with her long, fowl propr
flaxen hair crowned by a tiara of feathers, thf
dreseed as a Vvisledre du Dtial. ra,'Xaif
fa's pretty daughter, was also present, represnt
lg Entomology, her long, flowing hair held back
by a diadem of red coral, giving her the appear m , -
ace of hving lut sprung frem a gardn on a PastaS
morning in May. Jun
We might go on describing many others of the C"iSU
beastiful cbhidren whose delighted mothers had Amy
lavished so much care upon their little toilettes, it It
but time and spans will hardly permit it. and, Mara.
btsldes, the array was so brilliant and so namer- Hoe.
ous, that mIemory falls to recall nams. The fiat- fr tt
tcr which took place at the drawing of the SUndr
precents. the scramhle for the cakes and cream PUal
whtch lollowed, mae beyond descriptioa. The Detir
long bour towards midnight were EnUyre e, ladi
and the young ehildren gave way to slder
ones (for "men are all children of a larger
growth ") and the danctng and gneral enjoyment
were kept up until three o'clock In tbe morning
when the comoany retired with thhe saslefaUe• Tn
that they had spent a merly Chritmas, thanks to cfie
the kindly hospitality of Col. Moody and his an nn
accomvlished wife. For many long years we had
not enjoyed such unalloyed pleasure, such a pro, bet c
lusio of good things; and our only regret is that
we can repay our hosts only wits thanks which Y U
come from the heart.
Til SgI-xt-a Kiticir, one of the most gallant
organizations ol the late campaign, and which hur the p
been continued since the election, are to meetat minis
11 this forenoon, Every member is expected to 'TI
he present. "You.
Tan Truamm5 ...,.y, s Su by the fellow
thermometer at C. Dluame 's, I1 Canarl imstree,
lely eorner IMsIlls and Che trstes ss fie ys
as follows: At 6A.m. S2deee; 12U .54; I
1,.E 55:61 .E.67.Te
Tnn BSraE MAN and hie agent will accept the named
thanks of the Cnascrl for cumplimentary tickets adare
to his wonderful performanoas. to eat
A YoiiOm tia is to be seed ail, rdn- follow
ning hb two-wheled vopde shoot our tho- crc
ronghfarea, luidinl it through the crowds of all cupe
sort of people with weade eooet-d over the ona
strnge vehilae. oMeehiag eed the g race- sop.
Inl ease with whleh he d~eel te ~llo of the gered
m Amram rn ave beesrmae amisS -
Capti. 1. Bsdls, o shte SeconDitri, polr, wet 0
chargin his wis ma~n an s i upo np eeer
Kavrashl Wensdlli; ehargtng his wis Ada
gven eeon tmeme~ks Jela eenabs, m
UeS y nkbJ rh r : 1 t/odt I Iku'
At the u e te i d n Ueg pn I ns .rs. In
Atwet wmv rsStl s Bt. was carded Pae
to the tedei n b deer db ~ i e'ell
spip Ksu - uwhes CeI *e
o- beobm er sder Oastr, war eeaameds . the
e- reporter of the Cnmsecsr deaads that the
conduct i I k asdl o ofIe at thel
hones Ia t idi' kl d m Heat
s.temptedtomrd did bea l. it
t bal gassing the l V g lbtshlapistol
s awapes.d healoofe.
aWe leas that the et ftre , eaoCo ls
t o sners have suspended OapWa 1t rdltey
the third presmelam t fxrr. fie
the sa rom the h es p eise, ae
bed Capt. Badger fro the slgh to th fith. Segr
Slntenent Cb lnw delgiate aa •or tO ro the
six thi o t 1b aaI este* er d thMi beerd
eontamplte t ranew Of Capt.dger from the
S fifth to the third precinet, Capt. Shoeeeker feam
the third to the Pacanler preelast, and Aetig
or Captain Schrlebe from the Paunar to the sirth
tde A canID or two Y:ass was sIdeni tally bums
ce, ed to death in the rear of the ety, an evelag er
ad- two ago.
ing Dran row s Iaraxse.-Oa Wedladay Agil
Porter, a colored men, was eveog basMsi
T Carrmllton by he exples of ame pwder.
or. died ea Thuslm morig. As nquet was hil
as which resulted the atloubmeet of e blame to
toe any one.
ro m aoiu" RO m e m n t
Ges.L3. As e s In emoa
.G.M s. B. Ayro lien II tdm , -
Infantry, acting seassstas leot m sl
o: partertof Louisiana, to proce
a Tenn., and Whit river, to Little a lk, and
to suchb points in thl StaWte of Arkansesm arN n
ported in a distbrbed ooeditio, sauto esaai
s. into and make report oonceralg tbhe sp1 .
A Upon the completion of this Gaty Oneral AJ es
, will return to headquarters.
S A OewTLexax Was robbed of a gold wteh at
. one of the theaters last migh T maoh eeatie
can not be exercised by prcas fquesti
S bals, theaters, w.ethr p plases
BavmL. of the Peruvisam e 8es were smretal
c. and robbed of their watohes and memy Thursdy
L" night. One entleman t dceding the ses
the Orleans Ball Room, was stopdby the orowd,
oi. and when he extricated blMef f at i
valuables were gone.
w Tass 8rrosano MocnDag of the aegn o on St.
1. Thomas street, a few evenings ssee, has been ar
a. rested by OOer Cum gs, sad i now conued
In Paasior swiom.
L JonsO TrLA!x has been arrested on eomplalate
S Thomas Evans, who accuses him of assault with a
pistol with intent to kill and murder. He was
cA locked up for examioatis.
Csat C a SAuxnsna, arraiged on aa eharg of
shooting with Intent to kill, was remanded sath
i, the further order of the court.
Ii- Has. TMBLY, ad lIving Tledano street,
. near Annunciaton, in the upper Unlmit of the de_
er was shot and dasgeroesly wounded t the shde
to last Fridey by some pesoa unhaowa.
P ANoTas Flan.-The grocery tere kept b y
of Mrs. Feratenburg, at the corner of St. Charles
e lo streets wes te on Ire Friday aftraooe by
as the careles use of fire crackers. It was eMxs
' guoished before much damage was done.
Boar Sui.-A flatboat laded with eoal, be
loningl to Walter & Pil Oarsmredlt Mm et,
suok ain te rver at thed of Br er s·
about 4 o'clock Saturday morning. It was oased
by the watchman neglecting to pump it.
A Ros.-The residence of Mr. David oeamssy,
N. o. 300 Liberty street, Was set aon re by some
as persons unknown Friday · ght. The light of the
e lames attracted the attention of the inmates, and
is it was extinguished before any material damage
at was done. As yet no olse to the incendiary ha
ui been found.
at INDIANs Paoroe nTo CivILizr INlurnx.-H. D.
i Reese, J. P. Da a ud Ary Borapwer, of the
f Cherokee Nation, ho es, en route to Weshiag.
r. ton on bulinese of the nation, but more espeolly
le to procure the ratification of a treaty made la
to July. between Commissioner Taylor and Colnea
- Dowling, chief of the Cherokees. The Republi.
to can, is a editorial on the subject, say:
"d The intelligent portion of the elvillsed tribe.
I* take a great iterest in the present movenes
Sagainst the future disposition of the wild roving
r- trtbes of the plainse. r. Remie, to this eoane
f tion, states that last springa Joit represestatis
7 from the Cherokee, Choctaw ChLokanew san
Creek nations called on General Grat at the war
f office in Washinglton, add made a propoLtes
ic agreeing to make peace with all the wild tribes
It below the Arkansas, and receive them into their
reservations and teach them the arts f otviladel
e life, provided the government, on its part, weld
guarantee and stand by them In every arrangemesnt
ir to effect that object. They required that every
u promise made to these wild Indisans should be
a kept and adhered to in good faith. Thi the la
e dlan representatives agree to do at ce-tweitith
' of the cost expended by the goveurment nader
it the present system. G erasl Great Teemed to
1, approve of the general idea, but this was the last
d of it, and no further progress was made is to
I, ZOOLOGICAL CATCBIsx.-WhichanLmalis neve
r old ? The noo.
a Which is costly? The doer.
n Which is a good boatman? The roe book.
s Which is often elected to office ? The mare.
a Which makes a good light? The tapir.
I Which is a horrid nuisance, and tackles yes
e everywhere? The boar.
1 Which beast is most used by cooks? The
Which dogs is the pope of Rome foad ofit la
r Which dogs always go Is pi? Spales.
e Which is the most unbending dog? The me
I Which dog would you recommend hair dye t1o
k The greyhound.
u Which reptile would drivers prefer? The ~hi
SWhich would boys and girls rather have . Th
r Which is best for watchmen? The rattle
V hich do Indias have the meet use for The
I moccasin snake.
Which is best for shoel chfldrea ? The adder.
ArpUorliarTons.-The lollowing were the ap.
propriations made dartlg the eoad amlo a
Deseleasies f or emeruom e reseranm
laws and quatermases' dparmmt, far tbe
I rasn mdi.g Juas is, tam............... I
Mia p ry acaeemy. tor the yesr s di JL
o. * *I..... ...;. a .
Po..tos fOr othe eatfr endo 30r eed
am ........ .. ...... .. mmm
i A rt s Bf.-- IO yer al1mgh las
ier, .m............... . l . .
s· t eaimof for the yr ending J. ,
Laid aeutivo sd uei 7o955er
Ir lhe yt.aa u eudio June ta, i... 17. . mi
Sundry clvi .xpjuad e e th yea1sia
SIuu .m a es I ............ .
eladma. satar the year od t J em e 4 . id ate
o tol..... ........ ..,....lafe ,*" e
Tnr Brm BaD.--one night, ajadge, a Ml
cfficer, and a minister.,dll applied fo loi at
sn inn where there wa but one spare bed, nad-th
ladlrd wrae opaed upao to doede whsh ad to
beat cailm of the threo.
"I have ln ffteen P ra in the gtrrlo at ,
Sid the ogfaer.
"Iae havesi nt dge twonty yn ie - ,n
sid the judge.
"With your leave, gentlem , I ane stood is
the pulpit te ty fi as t N - "._ sid th
" That settles the dihpue," mid tee ladlro
eYou, r. Captan,, hae Iss lftM y ; yel
Hr. Judge, have mt twety yes whIe his od
fellow ha been stadin up for te las twe -
The champion eatr of the Uited Staein t
Mamed Joshua Pilmb. A few dl s aoe a nter
ed a rsta ran i odsa, ew Yamk, Mben
.toeatallthatuyoneowooldlpyfor. The ehl
lenge having been acoepted. be dhpesd of the
c cc , a ke W i so and f o h,
caup of pisanis, ig plkd r laml kr he
oss. au onen ci estdy, and twro ole o s
soup. He thedn dn oi tainmhsam of walr, and
oefered eat a hundred raw ojri . Ne em
doubted his abhty to macmpihth bet hut mo
wont gr u msd that he was't he b
e n'ttho - sefi e, ordered hm to
.' bdr, 44 Joina ie'. L j
..'ll gi- --4
r ~~~NUS teesllrssame