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STE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT ,_
VOLUME XvIii. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 5, 1869. NUMBER 14
fmTHE CRE0E DTRPA TrP resolutlon to refer to the iadiiarw. nmmt. I - -- . I - -
'malw, onag to t.he peculiar n pat eta
Whc th sustain, tib r psear erpaatlo, and the oees
porm, are s b to many eterna Freedom from
Mb0 eoltrbuteo 0ln small degree to bher happness anod
welare, for ne can hbappy ho are Ill. Not oly so, bat
me of these verto s smsle Commple atetn easr beesnerd
ters en without tnvo't the gemral health l a r
mal,and ere lesg prodalag
PERMANENT SICKN SS AND PREMATURE DECLINE.
Sl It pleae eenlt a ph a r the rel oef
mthe" vrio delleat sedteas, and only upon the most
srgentmererlty will arue woman a far sacrifice her grt
atcharm as to do th The se will then thank us for
Placing In their hands apl psfi, which will be fooud
sl uin relieving d curing almost every one o these
eelasomoe complaint. r the sn,.
HYXBOLD'S TRACT OF BUCRU.
Bandreds sunter n t o, and hundredsf e qMe sp
vai] to druggists and on, who either merely tansalse
them with the hope of cur or apply remedles which make
hemwers I would n wish to asert anyhtng that would
de inustoe is the ai , but I am obliged to La ha
ahbough it may be pron oed from excemve exrhabstte ofthe
power lioe, by labor!, eamploymet, nawholesome air mad
food, profuse ametroe the an of tea and eofea, and
hquemt childbirth, in I moften r eassed bydirect crritain e,
applied to the mucous o bonne of the vagina Itelf.
Whea reviewing the c ee of thes ditMresmig complainta,
tt most painfal to ,, template the atteodant evils ons
que tapon them. It It at ample jusie ethe subject to
aomenrate a few of many additlaol ause whclah so
argsly iffect the
LIFE. HEALTH A D HAPPINESS OF WOMAN
Sall classes of orlety, d whldc onsequently, afeet more
or les directly the wel of the smire o human family. The
msaln that extats flor odou education and marriage
eman otbe yesrs that nr delalgeed for eorportl develop
bent to be wasted and rvertd ainthe restraints of d s,
the early confinament school, and especially n the a
healthy excitement of ball room. Thus with the body Z
half elotbhed and the m d anduy exctted by pleasuMr, per
verting i. midnight ret the hours designed by nature for
beep and 0mt, the whrk destruction t, half aemomplisheL
In consequonce o th early strain upon her system. an
oaeeseary ffort la roun by the delicate votary to retain
hes dtusiUe nto chol a dnter day, ths aggravating the
evil Wheon en exciteo, t s over, another it prospective
kaps the mind morbili ensitrve to mpressioon, while the Ol
sow constant restraint fashionable drem, absolutely for. '
bLddina the eerle Inoad able to tle attainment ad a re- 1
MOatiOu of orgais hebalt! d stregth, the exposure to night c
air, the sudden change ,, oeperature, the complete prostra
len produced by xceclt dancing, mast of ooeso ity, pro
dues their legitimate erfe At ltoot an early marriage laps
the climau of miser., a the safortanateoas hitherto so Ci
utterly regardless of the sin dictates and remonttrances of
her delicate nmture, beor a unwl It oi jest of mdli
sreatmest. This is but a uthf.al pictau of the experience of
hbouaeamds of our yeIai w o
Long before the btllt , exerlse the fumtioms of the rae.
ertive organs they rq n5 aaneducawlrn of their peculiar
aervoas system, romp 'o , what is elloed the tiue, which r;
Is, Ia comm.e with the omale breast and lips evidsutly jt
ander the control of o, sumoteas and uaeelatioa a anem
early ped of 111; and. we shall subsequetly se, thee
emotions, when excertvc. eedL, long before puberty, to hablt I r
which sop the very tife of heir victims oe asture has self
eompleted their developin It.
FOR FEMALE WF KNES8 AND DEdiLITY,
WHITES OR LEccO IH(A, pa
TOt PROFUSE MENSTRUATION,
TOO L '0 CONTINUED PERIODS, du
FOR FROLAPSUI All BEARING DOWN, Inc
OR PROLAPSUS UTERI, 'I
WE OQuk.R TILE MO8 ERFECT SPECIFIC KNOWN; pat
Helmbold's Comp d Extract of Buohn. I b
Directionst for Use, Diet ud Adries accompany. lu
IEMALE IN EI RY PERIOD OF LIFE,
From Ltsesytoetreme dgewilll Idlta remedy to aid
a ýutrrin thedtoharcg I fauetlous. can
kt~hNGTU I THE I.ORY OF MANIHOOD AND T
SFI.iIInOLD'W :XTIACT LvCflUIT
Ib MOtE BfTRENGTHI Ti ING THAN ANTY OF THE T
PREIPAAATII('i, IBARK OR IRON. To
Infinitely afer tir d More P'leasant,. w*,i
SI ELMIItOLD 's Y ST ACT BUCEHU,* I ei
Iavi1o received the Indori-.4 t of the mot promilcat phy
cLa~ans Ian the United tatr s now offered to afoleted h . cu
m~mity u (ETaA IN ('41c I. for the lollowilg dismsee d
,Ipumptoma. from whatever c, , orqiginating:
Mental a 'hylleal Deprosslo, IAe
eteormnios of Blood tI .e lead, N.
Ct',one Ideas, coJlhe
SHyteri , htbld
aal lrntabi ty, r
MRsuless and Sleepleuoness at Night, trier
deenee o0 Muscular Efi rf ' orlr
r Pralysi'. of the Organs of Gerestem,
Vhluaaslou of the Heart, tqo. in thctaS the eon ceaditat - well "
eorrwo and Debllaaed t. ., of the sytem, dr.
to INsURE TEN oi oa, CUT SOTHIS ocT A
rHLMBOOL'tL IAI to OTHERL
Sold by gghs md emer everylwhee. Prie Sa
or hewsU e bttles f 4I. Delvered to say addrem
Ducrtbhesym sms e al 1o,msmetam, Addrm
a $. a][JLD, tutho
• E to pro
DRUG ALtD C [MICALs WAREHOUSE, goe
S4eim New e outi
,. , N31.CODS
noare gew sul misse .oe epa h 5,,,, drew.n
per, with fnmeaimnleof my Cilemicel Waishesee, 8 0 The
o T. 3iM3( lx I e)-ligibi
THE CREs0ENsT' DISPATCHES,
dtee PARLOR OF DH. MUDID.
ly so, but THE MI:hiSSIFPI CASE AND THE RECONSTRUCTIN
DCLINEd Dispatch a the New Orea, O~eet,
E WAHHorTOn , Feb. 4.-The presideat to-day
Yssued a pardon in the case of Dr. Mudd and an
w order for his release.
Sat The reconstruction committee have prepared a
report on the Mississippi case, and will present it
ik s fear in a few days. The report will come before the
be ftoun5 ouse next week. Its conclusion are not yet
l 1 thme known.
Ai1 I'lk ra' CASE-PROCEEDIN'G OF
A NEW ORLEANS CASE IN THE SUPREME COURT,
h ake BILL GRA!NTING LAND TO THE NEW
hat would ORLEANb AND SELMA RAILROAD.
Mti o I6SI88IPPI-POLITICAL DISABILITI=ES.
as air d TIE LOUISIANA ELECTION.
p TRE INblAN BUREAU DIN.UNCBD.
ie *as-es -
An Idaho Delegate Gives Butler the Lie
and Receives Censure. t
Smo~ e tler J hreatens the Senate to
~". T e stop tuppllies
devrep Ti E PACIFIC RAILROAD INTEREST I
of drmp e
the body LIN OF CCEAN STEAMERi FROM
r- OUTHERN PORT8. 0
tem.o.n TEE LUFFR- GE AMENDMsNT ~
piect-s WAnAIl(;TON. Feb. 4.-The president has taken
bile the nO rtep regrding Mudd'as pardon, beyond direct
iy for- it g the antorncy general to hasten his report on
nd the* subj, ct.
u- Acluo'a early release, however, is regarded
to night C'r tal.
prostra In the Supreme Court, yesterday, the case of he
Its pro the city of New Orleane vu. 'he New York Mail ft
Steam.lhip Company was continued till next term. t'
s elC .,,atee-A number of bide were introduced, in- at
brso so cludig one granting alternate sectiu., to the
dces of Ne-a Orleans and Setlma railroad, and renewing 30
mlaioa land grants to Alabama.
H soa of e-The House has the recusant witnesse to
tow of up again.
The recrnslruction committee has postponed
the ran its report on M.aeiasippi until the arrival of ex- Er
peculiar Tle tub committee report 15( names for re- en
Swhlio n, oval of pol ical disabllries, not including any no
ridanty judges or dttuirt attoreys.
a as a 1be report on the Loouisian election coatest Is
not yet resdy.
The Litht House Board will discontinue the
habit rangie Ihgi ta at Hilton Head on the 15th March.
se lf Both boue e are in session to night for debate.
'tin.ner presented resolutions of the Win beater
1.. yal League, tpotestiog against the removal of M
Judge Parker's disabilities.
Ilouse.-Johnson, one of the recusant witnesses,
Iwas discharged. S,:annell was re-committed to
the custody of the sergeant-at-arms until he pit1 r(
LITY, the charges accruing from his arrest, about $70
this penalty was nfl.cted on Scannell by a strict v
1O!, a petition from the Baltimore butchers for the
reducion io the tar:ffou salt was presented1.
I be bill relit ving S,,anish euaelsa from tonnage }
)Dg, du'ies pi-sed.
The Ihdian appropriation bill was resumed. The
Indian bureau was denounced as utterly corrupt. 1o
TrEBI, Ihe nmilitary were charged, in the c ,orse of the c;,
erscunli, n. with stealing more than the entire ap. 1
Holbrook, delegate from Idaho, said Butler alt
nmade assertions which were unqualifiedly false.
Leh1. I be speaker called him to order for usng insulting seta
leiguage. Holbrook declined to retract. Reso. dlin
Iltilns of censure were passed, which the speaker mr
administered. Holbrook received it without re- low
tracting the offensive words. 2
In the course of the argument Butler said the tet
time might come when in order to arrest the quit
Senate, the House would have to stop supplies. p
STie bill finally passed. Adjourned. at'
E, enate -Osborne introduced a bill providing (;nil
for lues of steamers between Fernandini, Fla., and Ter
to'ad avannab, Georgia. and several European ports, hts
carrying mails and emigrants, and receiving a 1
million dollaza annually for carrying the malls. scti'
.An attempt to reconsider the vote defeatng the c
cubsldy to the central branch of the Pacdie Ilril.
AND The suffrage amendment as it passed the Boose
5as diecuied at great length. An amendment clI
was t Lderted that Corgress shall have power to, be
abo: lh or mitdify restrmiiono up iu the right to ti
vote or Lold ,ofice, prescribed by the Constituo Ird
or laws of aoy state.
lite c, nnittee on claims reported tavoraily on
tI te bill t, la' lohyal cihlane for services in taking
the ('ensus of lri0.
vTe Th.e pre,:dent has recogn:ozed Ernet Beyer
ci rul if the North Geru:man Uuion at Mobile.
Tle Pactic Hailrourd iuterests are so diverse and c
0o cooflictng that best informed people think er
tlt' trig will be done this session. he schemes
ntt winch seem to have mnost pijitive s'rength are ne
F'rt.u.tt's line over the :2J liarallel through El
nco to San Icigo, and the parallel golf shore
i re from New O;eans to the Rio Graude anl
thence to an Bilas. It is contemplated to run a er
bl ch tr- i m Wharton up tihe (' ,IoraJdo River. con- '
Setltug thie tvwo rout's. This il:nk untres the Ii
' relt aod tri rds of bntn rtIute. There ae, 'na
:t ri:noed ieslrance in both houses to further 1
t- ,idies to Nort'ern roads to the xcbuaioun of r
b. :-O heln laintr;ests.
tid -( Flai
FROM lNEW YOREk P
Silreged Revenue as Indlers Arrested-Chcm- . i
be- If ntommerre oa Gold C*iea and the
Uty, iast ter Mrldge.
Nhw YoRs. Feb. 4 -Thoe. O'Callahan, ex
collecor of internal revenue of ninth dietrict, and A
Jiio I-. CLrich.a dastlier, were arrested to-day and n 't hi
r-a, htld in $l.0tl ball bor rcnocue irauds. tI si
IThe chamber of cormerce passed a resolutlon he en
Iretimne,, alelg ('o, grcas to pass a bill troiddiog the h
er-t sales of gold oy the government-: also, selvel
,klmr g lhr Senate to suspend action on the East hoe
River bridge. those
FROM MEPHIS.o the
r e ti lee, d Array at a Fair. It is
e hkpnos. Feb. 4.-A terrible affray occurred at h
a Catholic fair lst night, m which Wm. Rice. a the w
well known sporting man, frmerly of New Or- miist
leans, was stabbed, probably mortally, by. 1a ov
drnnken man named Tm Mct;rath, who was ar
rested after a terrible resistance, and only after int hi
being knocked senseless by the police, after three First I
of them had been badly cat. The
FROM ATLANTA. Rhode
-- the las
The oee~rss. Legdsatae. Fa
ATLArTA, Feb. &.-The 8eonate resolution rotnit
authorizg s Brow, Barrotti· d Alex. B. Stephens Caron
to proceed to Washington and represent to Co-.
gross the true state of affairs n Georgia, sd dealer
,sesrtia what solution of the oafortounate dim. vier at
cultiee can be had, which will be atisfatory to ceney
Congress and comtlIsble with their dutie s Cas
swor emaors sad representatives was with
S The Boese efused t~ho efr ~a the questioe of the ralfac
eligibilMty of negroes to the jadicsry committee. cadon.
SThe resolution to refer to the judiciary committee
whether any additional legislation i necessary
to order to bring the question of negro eligibdlity
before the Supreme Court, now in session, was
PHrLArPLPnr, Feb. 4.-A large dry goods job
UCT bnN big house failed to day for half a millieti dollars.
FROM " DOWN AST."
Heavy SIeew Storm.
A tc;ida T M d., Feb 4.-The snow stillcontinues.
today Tie roads are badly blocked.
uld an 'OiTio AL Feb. 4.-It continues snowing fb
riously. The roo f a building in which a ball
was progressing fell from the weight of snow upon
red it. Several persons were hurt.
lot yet FROM CHICAGO.
The lluaels Legtslaatuare ad the Illtaets
5 OF ('nrcsoo. Feb. 4.-The Legislature has passed
a joist rooselutie sbakia to thi. uis -
twture lmesistaerea from releasing the Illin
(URT, Central Railroad from the tax on gross reoepls.
N FROM SOUTH AMERICA.
D. - PARes, Feb. 4.-Later Booth American advicee
report the Brzijians gone to Ascenclou to estab
ash a provisional government.
The Greek Mtalateer Refuse to iSga the
LoNDON, Feb. 4.-A dispatch from Athens gives
the unexpected in'elligence that the Greek mio
i Lie isters have refused to sign the protocol, and have
tendered their resignations to the king.
PAxFs, Feb. 4.-The insurrection among the
wild tribes in Algeria is suppressed.
Lo.otN, Feb. 4 -Still later dispatches from
Athens announce the probable adherence of
Greece to the protocol.
V tint'sri, Feb. 4.-Passed down: Contiental
at 1 P. Y. tiver felinngalowly.
Lout'ltLLI. Feb. 4.-River rising; aix feet
eight li-ches in the caDu1.
O FT. Luts. Feb. 4.--Rver falling; 9 feet water
out to Cairo.
teutmi s. Feb. i.-Weather clear and cool. t
River su,l failing. Arrived: Darling frou i.au
iit nsti. Departed Tho.npen Dean and Ben
NI Johnson for S'. L.,ui": Norman with 50)0 and t
Conosa with 701- btale, cotton for M:vansville ;
*hreve for Vicksburg, and Magenta for New Or
ton ROM0 UTHWET PASS.
rded SOTrHWrFST PAss. F~tb. 4--Noon.-Bronmeter
:11:10. Wind northwest and fresh. Arrived- )
e of iceltoner Aodie M. Chadwick. I in, . ?l days from L
Mail t stor, ~ iI: 'tce, to Cr-,, uc. i it I e C Unpiny.
,rm. Sal"d- Se e .lhips Agnes, Harlan and Autin, t
,in- and bark Rl-a:,,·,.
the ro TO1 tT PAs. Feb. 4.-6 P. M -Barometer a
ring 30 13. is, dC nur'b n,rthw,!st a:d tresh. Arrived
-Ste.mstlhip I. C. Harris, Lockwo,d. G ilv.ston,
esee to C. A. Whitney & C(',. Sailedt--,Seam-h Orien- ii
tal and schooners Hattie Blaker and Vdian I-ed. c
oned A'zS A L'lt I7 s, Feb. 4 -3 . ai --Dredge boat
ex- Eayl,,ns agroud on the bir. \eVnt to s-.a
r.tesaeship Alliasce. At aRrhcr inside--(' tst i
re- nlivey e'honuer Ball. Tide rising. Wind north
any uortheast and fresh. t,
the l.orno. Feb. 4-Nuoa.--Consols S. . Bonds O
7f i. T'al*nw 411u 3,.
te. f HAP. ol . Fn . b . 4.-B- erda ;Io : i, .
ter VI.v'VPOoi. iFeb. 4 - NSwon -C-otton activce
of Middling uplsrds on the so-t 12,4 : afloar sane;
,,iddling Orleans 12 d. . oaes 2u,0J0 bales. Corn,
ee old, 33- , new 31e. t1
i.c RsPIIOL Feb. 4.-- fternoon.--Cotton active:
it n'dlllig uplabds on the slot 12.j1., altat the lu
70 esnl : middling Orieans 124d. .ard steady. Na
lat vil st trce dl'l .
the 1 , E Feb. 4 -Cotton opena active; on the
pthe , sI.:; aiOllat 140.en
FvAitAiOitr, Feb. 4-Evening--l;onds s0. se
ige P'an.i, Feb. 4 --,,urse stroung. IL'nts- 71.02.
t lavax. Feb 4- Cotton clited at 1.4- on the ti
.be slot. 1 41 to arrive. it
pt. LIVrai'OOL, Feb. 4.-4 v. x.-Cotton excited. t
the P,e estimated at 15 0(I) b ties.
ap. IVEPiOOL, Feb. -.r-Eveeninc.--C-r'ton closed
i at 12i for middling up'nds an,d l.' . for mid- t
e Ir alig Orleasn. Sales 25 01x haler.
Lew 1Yo , Feb. 4-Evening.--Cotton closed Cle
g active, atid ic. better. Sales ,010 bates; Mid
o- fling oplands 30;c. Floor favors buyers without e
ter marked change. Wheat steady. Corn I 2. t
re- lower; while Southern ! 'lc.c. Pork firm, $324
;2 'i2 2 I. Lard easier: kettle 21721 j. Wuasky it
be scady r4c. Rice firm 9'ftfloo. Other groceries le
he quiet. I urpentine ,7;(t374c.
111 Posw YoigK. Feb. 4. -Evening.-Money fairly ir
act:ve at 6g07 per cent. bterling heavy at 10 e;.
ug Gold 135.., Southern securities quiet and steady ;
d Tenneseess 6h ; Virginias 571, do. new 62. Stocks a
ta. htavy, excited and unsettled.
a NSw Yoeg. Feb. 4-Evenion.-Money fairly De
active, but easier at the close-7 on call, with ex
h ceptors at 6. 5 20"a of 1o62 1124. of '64 1l). ,
0il 1 'i5 ll0~, do. new 10:, of '67 10 ;, of '6S 109. 'I
10 40s 10r . ..C
M~e tni v. Feb. 1 -Cotton in god. active dcmand:
cltid firm. Lw Iliddlitra 2-'c. >ales 4k00 r.
Sbrlet. Iteceipt-.2'L bales.
to l ' tiir, Feb. 4.--Ftron firm; middling np- i
I~ lbrde 2-. Receipt~s '7 bale. l'xports north re
n r T (,l'IR. F'eb. 4.-Tobrce -Sound log' $S'2 (
ig ,:' .0. bnutrtt-e flir itifr; '232. No. 1 wheat
$1 7',4;l FI. ('rn 7; l~7,. Itre ;2r', . Rye ,
1r .,,1 2l1 3;. Barll y : 25. 'hsl;ky :'2B-. Pork h
$;2 51u. Bulk shouldere 1Jjc., clear sides 17c. bl
id acro-Sh, iders It1-.. clear rib e:dcs 17o., t
S c!ear pides aljec. L.rd 21-. t
LOtI'-lt.LE, Feb. 4.--Bales 117 hbdhs. tobi'co ;
- new nuis to wropper leaf ie 'a,52 ",. I',or- A
SP--ik $32 BI. lanrd 2no'. von -'houldrs lie., Ia
- ear rih ries 1I , ,,lear ,i-e 1 " -. ilh I k hol-. ta
lere 14Ic.. tchar rb riSes 174c., cl;ar aides 17; J. .1
('!i.t'al~l., Feb. i. Floonrlr arnd grainq iotand ii
siel-,nauil. ,I'i kh y5-. l',rk $ 2 S, l.,rd '-c.
Ir Ilk ttonldtrs 1.:1c., cideo I.,-,. Iscon-shhul
drs- 14I., clear rib sides ll., clear aides lnb. w
(ti'acJ. Peb. 4.-Fx'ra floor $5 1O'€6 51. cu"
WI at 1t l$'2r.30 1l Co n nw. 54~-.. )asts 3joj c t
t. 1 -. lyve *i I "c1 I1 l . High wirles lu'o. Port i
5 '. l.aid 2, i:. Bak oreats q-J;et and
5 *b fb
POLITICAL ITERM, ETC. arre
iA Washington specil san-e Gen. (Grant does ati
i -t horbtate to declare his oppoltion to the lobby at d
t- ail h;e frler-is. Some of the latter a'sert that befo
I he a)s decidtedly he will not put parr nag' in
the hands of such coneresemen as lend them
selves to the various jobs now before the two surt
houses. All the inlinence he can exert upon to g
those who visit him is thrown constantly and bi n
earnestly agalost all schemes by which the lobby twen
aded by corrupt officialo. is trying to get as moch Ti
o1 the money In the treasury as possible before yeete
the 4h of March.
It is reported that a letter has been received in The
Washington, from Collector Smythe, anthorizing of , th
the withdrawal of his nam, for confrmation as L eve
mieister to Rssia. eti
G(;ov. Hawley has written a letter to the Rpub-. r
lican baste committee of Connecticut withdraw. failor
in hbie name uas a candidate for Congress from the tu
First District. watet
The spring elections are not very far off. New in (a
Hampshire takes the lead on the 9th of Marbch. Ine
(Connecticut foliows on the 4th of April, and seia
Rhode Island will hold her election on the 7th of Wedg
the last named month.
Farn EXIrniTon ATr 10 o' CLoc, A. .--This his I.
rosning at McConnell's lumber yard, oorner of ti'e
Carondelet sad Delord atreete, those enterprising WI
dealers, Messrs. Chuas. E. Wynne & Farr. 166 Gra. ine a
vier street, will subject to a public teat the effi- ma
ciencey sad capacity of the celebrated Viotor same
Cane Mill sad Cook's Evaporator. Parties tal taihe
Sfatrinerast in the advancemeot of our srioaltn.- mn
ral fciUties are advised to be preent on the oc hea
mitt" lo lnuti ta r.
,, was TaTn wsa'sa eontinune cold and lowering.
We hbve the tail end brooding over our city ol I
the great snow storm which the telegraph an
nounces as prevailing at the North. I
BALL OF Tas ALPBA Hr x Lono. F. nanD A.
M.-As a general thing, the balls that have trans
Is job- pired toin our clty under the auspices of the differ
fars. eat Masonic orders have invariabiy been charac
terized by elegance and brilliancy, affording a I
ma re than proportionate ratio of enjoyment to the
psr'icipartse. and attracting on every occaion a c
liberal attendance of beauty, youth and fashion. a
In the affair of last nigh', which was oc apiou- t
onuly distinguished for 6clat and splendor, we
inues. could perceive no change in the efforts of this
order towards achieving a euces commenasrate
tr fn- with the past save that a larger display than usual d
t ball of fair wonen and brave n on may have ranked
upon the occasion as being superior to its predecessors.
At midnight. when we appeared, the spectacle that
offered itself was such as to enchain our attention
Lovely women, who, in all the magniboence that
art snd fashion could desare, and attended by gal- o
lant cavaliers, presented a scene picturesque in b
teats its features and changing wi'h all the kaleidosco. L
pio effect produced by diversified costumes. The
Stitely Ofnbed hall blazing in a perfect sea of
with the highest degree of animtion, whirled the
P. siph-like forms of their beauteonu parter a
through the giddy mases of the fseinating dance.
Pleasure reigned supreme nntil the wee ama'
hours,and each and all seemed imbued with renew. -
ed spirits for this gala night. All that the highet
vices expectations could conceive was evidently at- cl
stab- tained, and if any of the assembly departed with- e
out their equal quota of gaiety 'twas certainly
no' attributable to a scarcity of opportunities for n
obtaining it. ft
The thsaks of this reporter are doubly due to iL
the gentlemanly and courteous managers for the ul
te many attentions he received, each appearing to a
vie with the other in bestowing upon him their ci
gives special favors. D
mio- Tn OPERA.-- r. Van Huoflen may congratulate 1°
have himself upon having drawn at the Opera House t
last evening, one of the finest audiences of the
the season, but unfortunately fur him a serious cold in- at
terfered with his singiug, which is usually splvon.
from did. The opera, which had been hastily put upon bi
º of the stage, was not as well performed as might mi
have been desired, but thanks to Mr. Picot, the ye
tenor, the " BHuguenots," that grandest of the pro.
c:oclikn of Meyerbeer, escaped severe criticism.
Mr. Picot was never in behtter voice, hi
and sang with more than usual feeling bi
ntal throoughot the opera. The doo. with Mme. Cam
bier to the fourth act, was splendidly rendered, tlt
feet and both were recalled before the curtain. Mm e.
Cambier, no.withbatanding a disagreeable note in
tter the higher register, sang the grand duo of the
fourth act in s manner to confirm us in our opinion
ool. of her as an accompli-hed mo.ician. Mesdam-s in
tIsu- Haselmanu and t(haveau and Mr. Prevost in the Fi
Ben saene part sllotted to the barytone, did well, bit sri
and toe rnen bhe lacked that perfection which. how- ar
lie; ever, could ret strictly be expected after so
Or. little preparation an was given to " ne
Huzguenot't. The orchestra did much bet- t
ter than nsually on first performance nights.
Sbe ' Bupnenotrs " will trobb'by be repeated on
Monday. No less than four operas are now in of
rehearsal-- Don Juan," " Romeo and Juliet."
iter "Fur:uto's Song" and "Orpbese in Hales," of
d- !Il zart, Gounod and Offenbach. '-Orpheus" will
am be etrdured on Satul day for the first time thi. 1
ny. s aeon. H e cannotclose this notije without men- nt
tin, t, r thla the auditortum was rendered very
u: cr mfurtab'e from the want of a proper heating p°
ter aplaratus, hence the lack of enuthlsias on the
ed part of the audience, who will be enthusinstic air
in, oIly in proportion that they feel comfortable.
en- c Fu Sday Verdi'i " lrasi ta " and a three act CoI
d. (cned.y, enttled "The rwo V nite Havens." i
Ta Tl E I.AntsoF of the "Servants of the Poor" age
sat hae our ihtnks for InvitatioUn to atten I on Jtmn dlr
th day text, at 12 o'clITck. a grand mu tsal matiun,. Fr
to be gpvln at the Dents-he Company Hall, clr- ney
,eer of -xclharge alley and Bieuviite streets. The srrl
natlLtte, tt which we have already heard much, thi
will be a rare treat, the pritcipel art!·ts of the wit
oraeta cin rpty hbving generorsly vounteered V
lheir servicea fur Ihe uccas;vn. ,ith thb. kind per. t-ot,
rn!t- t.d f Ai r. ('alahrt'i. As s on as we are ct'.
ti r i-hed with a pr- grnrnme of this affair, we will A
e: publith it tcr the benefit of our readers.
n, TUANis, KTINr.Y ir GITIER --; we found Fira
tiir, not " t,o marty" and absolutely delcious. plat
re: Mai heaven remember you as you remember us a' s
he poor sinuers. as i
1 "OTrA E\ ENING a modest young country edi- sad
h r purchuasd aticket to the parquet of the Acad- not
emr), and comfortably ensconced himself in the tie
seat which bore the number he had a check for. p1ti
A moment afterwards two wild looking fellows TI
its m the frontier entered and seated themselves
Simmediately in his rear. The cow-hide boot of
" te of the of he emi-savages seemed to have blistered iPai
t.i, foot, for fe coolly doffed it, and not wishing o
i to impede the circulation, he deliberately cocked Fold
it up e n the arm of the editor's chair. The eock t-rd,
s h ch covt red the foot had probably been put on
clean a firuiht previously, and its Neufchatelish him,
· oor was n, ore powerful than agreeable. The rests
t ert'enmn turned and cast an indignantly depre- and
castry look upon the frontiersman; the latter wuas en
oIrLCuonslons of any indecorum. There were those -
I:r, bhigtraian toes with their dirty encasement Terr
y within six inches of the editor's nose, and when
rte measured the size, weight and muscle of their I-Is
ownier, he saw that a physical strungle woold ra
Serrely result in his own complete discomfiture.
He lon lied in vain for a phliceman to whom he mcho
might appeal. With a strong effort of his imagin. him.
wtton he remembered his sufferings in and the
rqualor of the war, and steeled his nerves to wit- tLd
y nes the entire play of "Hlumpty Dampty." letd
T'ie TsaPr~RAuu yesteray, as mnown by the 'e
. It rmec.netr at C. Duharue'e, 111 Catal street, ler.
lb:cy (orn(er Bienville and ('hartres streets, was the
i- tlir e-s: At A Av 40ieg-tss 12 x 16; 3 Int
F. . ii; 6 P. n. 47. i
TuE Atlc:ri'T crc TnH CorSiriL in the wine
ca-s on trial in the lrnit'd s'at-s c'urt, was not
reacted esterdiay, the proceeduoga consisting in
the further examination of Messrs. Smith and w w i
;i ri twocd, both of them London merchntsn, and R-H
vmerls, who were called upon, as usual, to R
teites anrd pronounce upon the quality and proba.
hie value of the different wines presented. To les
ottesders and casual lookers on, the proceedings o M a
ase cervid ,f attractiveness, and onliltonous in DM.
tte uxtreme, evolvrrg no new features of interest. . I
A Sail tI io uni n. belonging to Mr. David iA
Ku rr. tiiitir g on Harmony street, het een
15a1n elti IisgaZ:rre, and a cart (No. 4I;n con- w
tal- i-e hrte sacks of taliow arid a smdll bra i
.li -,-eie tlrlven 'h' b boomre uliknuowo person
fr ii t.ia e Macrket yei-erday morning and it
Ite no, since beern recovered. N.,
Tfi-t A: Ato OF rIaE given about 2 o'clock on
Wednresdsy nlirntng from the eighth fire district
was soun ed i)y a patrolman, who, seeing tue re. ViBI
:Ietrtlon i-or the burninog steamer Lexangton, con
c'tii'd tat he should turn in an alarm. Iis i
tItcd thr his altion n to dtng will ble htroogbt
upl, icr tb- consideration of tbt police board. a i
A yr i- r MAN ir.tn Jo .corTr was arraigned e L
b~ec, R tcirder Beckker yesterday, having been
arrleted 3y ,fficer Gleason on the previous after
n0 on. ch..reed witb taking a bag of shot from the
ti re of letersn, Hill A Co., cirner of Poydras LI
at d Ichh upitrulas streets. The case was seat Tn. Pi
before the First District Court. a
I.e-AVk OF cAINCi'E for twenty days, based on
snrgeln a rert-fhc te of disability, wmh permision (', H
to go beyond the limits of this department, has Mri a
bcr n Eranted to First Lieutenant Chahu. 1. Clark, O S n
twentieth infanotry. o -
TE Botui Or PtBLIC Woese held a meeting c
yesterday; all the members were present. Henry ai
A. iPeeler was appointed an additional engineer.
The recent high water preventing the completion i i t
of the original plan for the construction or Grand wt a
Levee, a change was made in the plank revet inuel
meets, hot will i o: materially affect the All
work. This levee is beyond all apprehensions of Ida'
failure. All other works under contruction by tii
the board are progresuineg tefactortly. The w p.
water bre he through the new work at Hlss Hen], Mr. Pcn
in ('arroll parith, but will do no serious injury. '
[ nlem important matters bshould requ re an arly w r s
session of the board, it will galn meeton the Art r a
Wednesday in March next. r
TBL rs to Docvoa CuAra for an invitation to U'aJi.
his lecture on national education at Lyceum Hall, 'er.
tLii evening at 7 o'c'ock. ATI
WIDnrsDOAT avaLtro, about 9 o'clock, a Ma- tice is
zine street car, on its way up, was stopped at the
corner of Camp and Felienty streets by a young tre, p
man paeaeer who wished to get eoat. te salesroa
same place a heavy-et mae, with a thet mous
tache, got out with a pal of bl. A the young Erie
man wan passingd the Camp street draining eanai Btteab
'he heavy-set man grasped him by the collar, trr- They d
lrg of his shirt botlene, sad puttlng his left arm decline
around his we st felt of each of his pockets. The net sei
poor young fellow had no money about him, and
in revenge for their vain attempt the two villains
pitched him over into the slimy ooe and filth of
Berlag. the caal, In which he was near suffocating before
oity ol he could be extricated by three gentlemen who
,ph an- chanoed to be puassing the place a few seconds
after the occurrene. The two soosadrels
ºw A. escaped.
Strans. AN Avrazrr wu made by burglars early on
differ Thursday morning upon the dry goods store of
sharac- Mr. Loeb. on Tchoupitoulas street, near St
ding a Mry's market. Being discovered at the door by 1
to the , Mlcer Moore, who ordered them to halt antll he
unlon a came up. the intruders ran off. The oofer Bred
aahion. aLd the fugitives fired back, but none of the shots
atpio.- tock effect and the men escaped.
Iof thi aANT Luwis reports having found a sick
sorate and destitute woman named Lizzie Pendergrast I
n oal on Lafayette street. near Franklin, late Wednes.
rued day night. There being no wagon at hand to coa
or vey her to tbe Chanty Hospital, the unfortunntes
le that woman was kindly cared for by one of the neigh. a
ontion Loring residents.
e that A MAN NAMID Lorir HBasals, who was found a
sy gal- on rriton Walk in a sick sand destitute condition
ne in by officer Gaster, yesterday, was conveyed to the
dosco. Charnty Hopital for medical care.
The C BSICAL Orrcane CCuNINOHAI AND RYAN re- a
t Peeted lt 5 oveesL tMt u bslaeeai o l a i ,
dakes f m the ashpi 0De Uamnes. whlk w eao
d the smong the Chandeler islands on the 19th alt. d
ae a wrecking seoooner. At the junk Nop of . b
leace Reese, No. 13 Caroadelet Walk, Old Bea, at a
Splace os Tohospitoola street. kept by Mr. Keaf
enew. man, sad at the store of Mr. Ricon, No. 169 Too- o
Slouse street, portions of the property, which to- tt
y t eluded compasses, a barometer, a bell, canvas. i
with- etc., were found. re
tainly AN ELDIILY GENTLEMAN from Bay St. Louis of
es for named Lous Becar, last evening ooldentally feli fr
forward while going down the stone stairway lead.
ie to lug out from the St. Charles Hotel, and striking p'
or the upon his forehead sustained a terrible bruise. Be Ti
loing to as taken in charge by Mr. Petrie, the special o- .
their cer on duty at the hotel, and onveyed to the First TI
District Btation, where his injuries were attended w
to. He was subsequently taken to his abode at FI
oase, the corner of Poydrs and St. Charles streets. d
of the TitE JraT in the Fifth District Court is an admir- ls
Ad in- able specimen of amalgamation. Five of the it
Iplon. jurors are negroes, two or three of whom are coal hi
upon black, whilst the others are repectable white
night men. Well may these latter think of the old pro- Ai
t, the verb-" necessity makes strange companions." P
cla . WE ARE ORRY to state that Mr. Warner, the ice w
roice man, near the Pootchartraln railroad, fell through e
his hatchway, during the dark and stormy weather th
Camg last Monday, and was painfully and dnogerously T
ered jurd. tie is now lying in a preari)uos condi. i
ton at his dwelling on Esplaade street. Mr.
Wte Wrner is a younger brother of the late J. L.
lte Warner, one of our oldest Pod wealthiest citizens.
nlon Tvs: WAS Not9io of s.ay moment yesterday p
amen in sry of the Dir"t;,t Courts. Judge Abellof the
n the First pawlse a few sentences for pugilistic as sc
but -til:. and batteries; but none of there were of wi
how- ay interest to the public. I17
roe baL RNOn DIsraICT CoRT--The following peti.
bet- tion K filed yesrerday in the Seventh District he
ghts ('ou;rt, before Judge Codleus. We give It literally:
Id on lhe petition of Miss Alice Cromwell, resident .e
w in of Mobile, respectfully shows: ai
let ' ]itat the Briey Curtney has purchase one pair °D
,, of d,mond rrlnges (earrings) that has been stolen
wll fr.nm your petitioner at the place of a frend that
thil 1veid on It-rzin st. In the month of november Ni4i, mtl
amets an that the defenrdant was at rested terore the m
vern lIrcoider of the 2d district of this city for hving l
very purchase the said errings Respt furthermore set
,tiug ftrh Ihat the IRecorder of the let Dit has the b
tic airings iL his poe-eesion and will deliver the d Jr
sble. rrings to deft if not prevented by this Hon
act \\hrefore, the annexed hood and affilavit con- 1oe
sidired. he prays for a writ of seqiestration of
or " agtai-at said defendant, and that the sheriff be or
onn. d red to take possesalon of said arrings from the Ohi
uti . F rat Di)etri,:t of this city, and that Birney Cort- Wib
isr- ney he cited and cnn^eaned to deliver up the said ad
The arrings and cost of suit, and after legal delays
och, that plaintiff have Judgment for the auld arrings, c
the wPth ct at (f sult.
red Whtrefore the prays that a writ of sequestra- t
per- , ou do Istsu fr rt th a bhotorable court, and prays,
are et. \ I. I''illips. con selor for plitntiff. 22,
will Afl,,, ,e -A. [F. P. do swear that the property hoc
f l laintilt it in the hands of the recorder of the
nod First listrirt of this city; that, representing the loe
tu., plaintif in the above suit. and the plasintiff being on 1
nbsent from the yity. know (now) in Mobile, and
as her attorney in fact, I do set forth that I fear pic
tlie property will be given to the defendant in the vice
di- said suit by the recorder of the First District, if feer
ad- not prevented by a writ of serlestratson, and to robe
the il e best of my knowlege the fact in the above A
for. petition are true. worn to and subscribed, tc. Fte
twa The writ of sequestration was issued. in-Il
es ! (cORDER (;ASTINEL' CotwRT-Rocentl, the I u1
red -palrard recently arrested in the Second Disitrict tild
r u the charge of robbing two Italians of $1;2:r in was
ed pcold and $90 in greenbacks, was brought up yes- nt.,
ck terday for examination. Recorder Gastinel di be t
on r:si d the charge for want of evidence against brat
ish him, and the gold he had on his person when ar- old
tbe rested was returned. The eight of so nuch rar A
re- and preci, us chin created a good deal of excite. Ane
as Lent among the frequenters of the court. that
e IITT STATI~ COMMnIRstoNER WAHRIs -Victor behl
ol Terrt-bolte has appeared before the commis- the
e i si-ner averring that he was put ashre without sed
s I rotilnis upon a desolate island cal!ed Carroll of
ild Island, Iyiog in the golf, about fifty nuioes from the Prft
re. main land, by the captain of a Mexican trading to di
he schoonzer from this port, of the cargo of which he Cs
in. himself was a third part owner. He states that boCm
he there hao been disagreements between himself bar
'it sd the captain, which floally resulted in his being Iier
latded and left. A vessel came along, however, first
s t me tis e after and took him off. much tohes re
att, if. e carme to N'ew Orleans and sought out made
as th t'(n;llltuloer, who hasl fixed the csea for the e l
3 h i' -:.ent, the captain of the schoonerbeingnow aer
ii I t. Mr
nArs vale ot the Pr-melpa ilotels. t
in sT. CHARLMS HOTUL. Iani
OW W t.erdrnme. Miss:; J LkMtCormaekand daughter,
,i RS ,iihiii. tle; it., ton r
a F rrteard Nob:is: . Keenndy, Mobis: cree
ge M JWkB i teet a t family, W A De nan; wre
d u r te. TTheP . P t tl, t ie , Tgitl - e
in Din r , . , nt- .. 1W r. i,,, ,Jr J r,,.
in R CITY HOTEL.
R 1i iHri scot ·ad lady,, Tesas.J Wonitork Re ta .-fe
i N tie ,,o, Dan iii Mtennd 55rt. Ark; (oxa
H ill.n -, r i H-- n itt i rs teI, i-i db,;
S M a l . ,rp. o ..n o it- t a cd F Im
R ' 8 r.me nd, m ,, O r,y 'is* ' ,,t ,
i i. , . LA tr. i ta Tr.eii ,s
Tn-i. Ple .r d wie, ,. Jn-, .erdd Tae it t
A , , is . - .I.,s -,l,-p i ,the o
i. . Text,, AM Cert-e, Tes.. buine
MI taBb .-,Jt t M J D MHawkad:
Hi Coel, U IS: lb ,,R.ib er-s, La ai
IWt. tt i . Pa: e Bel, La lacedt
A li Pa,-n r Pil •ho , atanjeti
H , pahos , a d. Al. . .N , s tatd
CUasroio, coreIa n Jarn M Prdida B sristt Ronu
M b. PCkemptnire: Cu. A thJirag. p aary.;
J X s Teas J Nill r,. ? : bing
Tto, emanrdeu dton $0mu, tad:
Wcine d-,s. St iLmtol: A te aosd wile, iotninv;is
S..haso, wt r mrant Mr. C. ti.,k
Joe 0. stors Pbilia, . J Wbeat. e'lt; as n-u
sTmoeNTO, COrsNTr'M3tCHANTM.--p]@am no.-takin
ture. pianos and wagons, by Cha. T. Na, at his l
salesroom, corner St. Ciarles 5 Perdido str and a
Erie Fik offered the Newport and New York d
teambat Company 1,100,000 for their property. s"
declined, intimating that be would ran tb b "f
net seao. o
ai, sad WNe BT MARIL..
Iltsh of gga gg g
bflrte 1edm16 G. hrvlame wee attaekd
before altimoe e a , 1hIkt of ths th alt., Dease I
n t who , by t h desperadoes, kaook'd dowm
"nd and ruoi,ed aet vin pld w'ab sad pcokel,
ndrels book e .otast g tea disa. He is dngeroulty
if not fatally 1 re..
ily on Mrs. Caroline Eliot Kassoa, the lady wholob.
re of taaed the divtorce three years ago, tr~l Aslt
ar SL sat Postmaster General Kassae, of Iowa, has
oor by been married to Buas J. L.ckland. a rink grocery
atit he merchant of St. Loals. The lady le a sister of
r red the Rev. Dr. Elliot. by whom the marriage urse
Sshots mony was performed.
A new suspeaion bridge is proposed to be
erected over the Moncgabelso river from the to) o
a si of Gred street to South Pittaburg. If ao l
trgraat is prootred. the work will oommence In the i
ednaee part of aext seasoa.
0o 00o- The fall force of Colt's armory at Hartford:
tunate now engaged on the contract to famrish the DBe.
neigh. sian government with thlrjy thoneand rife, ad
upon tMe oe hundred Getting gone ordered. The
found armory i to be elrged.
Idition The Ips by the burning of the Prliae of Wales
to the Theater, at Olasgow, stated at £70,000.
James Armatrong, Semmes's Ileuteast ou the
Alabama, in a reeldest of Halif d a
Lx re- assumed rfrtsk edetla e ,
the Dba e g S Inforamus nre Se' ~
depeamesnt a to diarigglanee latho
between colored and white labore rsa
Keaf- The 8savaah Republlie reports tha -ez
Too modore Tatiall ba returned to that dti. S
oh in. the ieJse of the war be has resided with hlahaly
nve, In Nova Boets, but, weary of headLsabme, ha
returned with the hope of speadleg the remainer
Lou of is ds to hi native State among his ld
ly fall rends.
load, Here s a geatlemaa's diary of his wife's toes
tiing per : Moaday--a thick fog; no seetlg through it.
Be Tuesday-roomy nd very chilly, naseasable
lof. weather. Wedaeeday-.roety; at times sharp.
First Thursday-bitter cold in the morning, red sontt,
nded with flyioleg clods, portending hard wenthtr.
do at Friday-stor in the morning, with pealt of tida
S der ; air clear afterward. Saturday (pay day) -
gleams of seashine with partial thaw; frost
dmlr- again at night. Sunday-a slight oeathwester;ti
r the the morning; clear and pleasant at dianer time ;
coal hurricane end earthquake at nlght.
white e '"7undmessergewehr." or ignitian knife.
I opr as, is a new eapon exciting great attentionla
SPrussia, as superior to the famous aundnadelge.
a Iee wehr or needle goo. The nventor. Meyhofer, ye
erh eently, at a quas obleBl trial, seocedod it bittMg
ote the target tirteen times in mtirty six seo,nde.
oul The cartridge is pade o' s pecJier kind of paper,
ond s and explodes when out by a knife. A curli,e
Mr. aistake an reference to this arm arose by a mlc.
J L. print is a German paper, the word tramer water
eas. being substituted for mess;,, knife, thus m ktpg
it appear that a gun ignited by monsn of water had
irday pen Invented.
If the John Lothrop Motley (ays the Boetos Trl~l
o s- asclipt) is a gtardaon of the Rev. John Lahro'p.
re of wi o waS sn ea'eemed clergyman of Bsetoa from
176u to 1816, a period of forty.eight years. Durikg
p Vi the occupation of the town oy the Euolish in 17
strict his church, the "Old North." standing in Nor k
ally: quare. wee torn down for fuel by order of B:itlh
idet General Ilowe. It was built of nee oak ntmbr
nonety-eight years before. In 1779 his society
pair united with the'. New Bhek." and has since been
olen known as the "Iecond Church." Dr. Lotbrop we
that te great grand son of Rev. John Lthrop, the frls
Iqn, minister of Scittete sad Barnetable, one of the
Sthe mt noted early Puritan divines, who died iA
set A fire at Janesville. Wis.. destroyed a bl c)k of
t the buildinpe on West Milweaskee treet. D. Davls,
said Jr.. and C. It s'olwell are the principal eugerL
Hon LIsit from 110,040 to $20,000, which is covered *y
losurance. Ibhe Westeru companies sharing t e
co los are the Merchant, of Chicago, and Enterpyrls,
non of Cincinnati.
or. At the Adams Bouse, Chicago. an oNcer fro
the Ohio was playing billiards with a young mua
wort, whom he had io custody on the charge of robbing
said a back in that State of 815.000, when the prisobsr
aye bolted out and made a bcely ruan, but was finay
np, carpg te
During the eming season there will be thirty.
itr to nmes of waterpipe laid in Chioago.
a, On the 27th o't., a party of militia numberig
22, a portion of whom were colored, went to tqe
rty house of Alrk Bugh, at Carson'a lake, Oritteh
the den county, Arkanuss, who was a cripple, co,).
the tied to his bed, and carried him out and shot ht~
log on the charge of harboring KiH-K oz.
and Fi e persona were arrested at Rulanld, Vt., it
pear principal actors in recent incendiary fres in that
the vicinity. l)etective Whipple of New York, who
t, i ferretted out the case, was brutally beaten aed
to robbed by them oet before the arrest.
oe Albert D Pike was arrested on the 28th alt.. at
o. Fitchburg, fMss., for adultery with his dsugbh .
in-law, and o indictment for the marder of h(a
a tie was issued shortly after his conduct with his
the d ugbter-In-law became known. It is sid e
rit t Id her be would or could marry her if the mother
in was out of the way. Mrs. Pile died on the 28th
're- nit., in violent spasms, declared by physilanse to
di he the efleet of arsenic. The daughter has e.14o
loset ben arrested. Deceased was about fl!ty years
am old and the daughter was twenty-six.
are A digrsaceful state of things has existed in the
it. AmIetican legation for some time past. It appesiP
that the secretary of legation, Mr. Perry, buhas be
behoming badly towards the minister in enter.
tor irg to jobs and conotraets Spain, contrary to
the rlies and dignity of the diplomatio servle.
nut and that he sheltered bimself behind the oecretal,
'oil of state. Mr. Seward, In fact, proteeted Mr.
the Perry in his misconduct, and went so far even as
in to dtmaod the resignation of Mr. lale.
he Colonel McMahbo, who died Friday night, was
has bouo in Franklin county, Tene., became a printoer,
self erved under General Taslor in the Seminooe war,
log lived in Jackson, edited the West Tennessee Whig,
or, first published the Memphis Enquirer, and in l'.i
re obegan the Bullelon. Governor Harris, In ILot,.
tt made him quarteimaster, and he aerved throuh
he ihe ar, became editor of the Appeal. and then
W aert of the St. Louis Life Insurance Company
Mr 1~ ugles, owner of the BS,-pbo, belongurt
t, tie Ne* Yrk Yacht Squadron, hs challengtcA
the Ert'lisb yacht Cambria to an ocean race nefi
As the express train fr Membhe on theCharlte
ton Railroad wu crosing a trestle, it asve way.
Irecipitating the engine asd baggage car to t,
creek below, kilIing John Thomas, eaginueer. Tas
fireman, express messenger and its,a'ge master
were severely injured. Bot for the fortunIte
h eaking of the coupliug ,he wh.l train wo,-lt
heve gone throoeb, causing terrible loss • life.
Tt-e ac'idert.e at chl ooaured on the ::0th nit., na
causeo by en unsound trestle.
'EI:AtirIY AND I)ltari.-i(txsackie and K it
way. New Yerk, are greatly erected over a
lragic afsair that occurred on the night of Juorrry
S(lu that evel gra man named Wm. rismonu.
hbvineg a pick rife, and who resides with hi,
f 'her inlaw, at Medway, started in a sleigh flor
; (oxsacktle, seven milee distant. in qiet of
a, ctur. He ol'ed a young girl, named Sopt1
Houghtailmg, sixteen years of age, w
wea oppinllg at the same bouse, to socompang
h m, which she did. abortly after 11 r. x., ti4,
f .her in law stepped out to see if they were
c ming, and found them seated in the sleigh. IS
front of the door, both insenasible. The young
girl was c nveyed into the house. where, in fin.
a, minutes after, ahe died. Simmons wai
,o carried into the premises, but did
,,t recover his conioonsreass til 3 o'clo:
the next morinog, end then enly for a fI**
mments, a)ing In reply to a question from the
physctian about the affair., "What' that your
business ?' Later in the morning, however, he bk
came rensible, when a eoronet's Jury weu impa4
eled and ?iremone's atatemnt taken. He uain
tey proceeded from Medway dieartly to the Coo'
ackie totel. where they entered the sittlng.roonm
together. He celd be drank once there. They
then went to a grocery in the village, where they
drank together fisve or six times, when the gir wses
placed in the eleigh, sad he wee also helped ln.n
Re said that that was all be kaew of the andar 1th'
be returned to conselouner. Biammons bruasnl
stated that be had criminal Intercourse with Mise
Hoophtailluag four times in his iok wife's rooms
He bea been placed nader arest, and a cbemcl
analyals of the contents of the girl's tomesoh
Biesaxca's Yocvr.-Wloe serving in his yooti
eu niuote writer in the departmeat of jstie in
Berli, Bismarck developed that irasilty of
tempersmemn tad imperIlousess of mtaer which
have ace characterls4 him. He was o0ec
taking down the stantements of a man summoned
before one of is eaLprlor oers, ad grew so
idignant at the uae's cooles that he sprul p
and said, " If you deao't behave betur,'U 'l ck
you out of the room." Tkhe snerior, who w
present, tapped Blanmck on the shoullder ad
srid: " Torniag man omt of the room a my
iffeair." Prsently a mDw as for complaint we
given, sad iueek sprag up agai· neo.zlaimng,
'"' If y do't behave better, ,'l ake mS mse
rior ck you ouat of the room."