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YIrDAYtlgtaf,5ttO0le afr t1, 11
-A --T teso--.
Thie i Niý een brief and poile
ed appar in the Now Orlene papers.
Is is addemed to the Lieutoante of
the Pollei of that city.
I am direete b), him hinnn the Maret
tolaotter yo to notiC the Pollee nader
yret enmmand, that while he dshn not de.
Ire b lateOrhr. with their mpliiieal preFlb
eaom, yet he poeetively fohilds their to
17 g tUve mnd romuient part in asn
(Illned) Joe, Jretºes
lleutenant tt I)ietrl t,
(Aeting ~ief et Ptllr.)
This l good thilg sud should be
osfereed to the leter. It l bled
esu ght to S the eath e roll of
publie dee holder, Fedesl sod
State ime Presidet to the lowor
RhI , tohes os thronh to (lovers.
en gegislators, and 8stat tU.h hol.
dws, spridlg themeslves in effrts
to held . to wiht they hays, without
lugging Is the Pollee, who give a
point to the rgemet withthhe blade
of a kife or bledgeos.
ltMiiYAsrnt or OP THUNlrt.--(' apt
U. B. Hant of the U. ". Engineer
Corps, read as ably written paper
before the Selentific Association at
Newport, using the gret fact of
the eervsatin of force a an ar.
gae of the immortality of the
soul, lie said in conclulon ,
"The life of animals naleo trans
oendmthe linit ofr mechanisnl There
meet be onmething superadded,
and beyond the limits of human in
vutigaticm, This is of immense
Value to the mind which desires
faith to rIeligion, for when this ma.
rtnil structure Is disolved, there in
something beyond it. What this
so1 thin0 Is, we are perhaps not
prviged to Inquire. But we may
bem sa that deotreotion of farm, in
laposlsble. It in the very essence
of life, without which the world
could not eist a single instant fur
ther. And in thi fact I see the
great prooof the Immortality of
man, for that deatbhle principle
for which all force Is made, and to
whWIh it Is ever subordinate, will
not be the uonly perishable entity.
And though we assum e that anImal
pelrlhes, and no more exists, I
think--Though it may revolution.
lh some of our old idease-that It i.
but a inm aseumptione."
AV Again the military spirit is
aroused In France by the doepr
ture of soldiers for another war.
A year ago it was Lombardy; later
to 'lto-day it is to the Holy
ory "pere*nt poor Ih
sounded by everyltroup.
er h In the Empire. What was
to the Qoen lortense a romance
is to her on reality. How little
did she comprehend, when she was
penning the notes of this beautiful
march, the destiny that awaited
them, or the events that were to
agan make them the rallying ory
f a French army bound for th
Holy Land F And what now must
beo the feelings of Louis Napoleon
when e hears th military band.
starttg fbr the aust playing this
production of his lmearlyloved
Pusazmrstr or Uatua ix I.n
Sor,.Ab.-The penishmees of oles
committed in the higher walks of life
is mroh more oentral im l aged
tUaa I. the Umled oth. SEeo
earrbpt ud somwsfl slut to mv
a uppe clams Oriml as areu of a.l
m m ee say dyoeosms hero would
n hevatud rpe thr. oea.
ml tast m, hane roatl oorremd ia
km bein dah w asa~ly wIth as
emlals of the lowet ngrade, sad
the b t harrivaI breih soooust of
the esreeties, a the York Asims.,
hkr ooiber, of W. U. Aeath , e
emker 1 Nirsume kfr Weebld,
lr whie borough e was leetod
et yea bt mbuseqesely msased
by a eommlttee of t Hose. The
ehrl of briblag the oletore to the
suuatof about £1E660 was proed
to the aietes d the or,,sad
the p arimm r weoed pLey. The
pslty hr tis edonme h Iprisos.
meat sad Ib.
glk .Culelias Is the oar is the
sewrm d usmh trouble. Abot a
deen me . - ste ed s mat
la a heIsesloead as, snd all,, so
rv. Whe 4ll ae V leir. at
P*rrhe .a by the
Meads oef Prowcorvills
and h ath the dig
Sbe m d nd the Manil
Iml e s M N. e84 that at least no
furtheH murde would be rdded to the
bloody list which lready stands
agaiset the Spealards of lake Dergse,
but this proves to have been an error.
These mueus seen hare recoin
mened their slaughter, and it is to, be
hoped that the authorities of Mt. lt,r
nerd piteh will no longer *MJa t Kr
remaln un.ncorned about eUCh out.
rages of the law. On Monday, the
ta8th int., and two days after the
tgrat pale, a pirogue, loaded with lia,
onmn to l'rottorville Shom St. Malt
in ohabge of an Italian named Pablo
and two Masillinne named Navarino
and Theodora. On learning that these
men wanted to send their lah to the
oilv, a crowd of Mpnniards who were
th'ep, went to the pirhgue and over
trned it in in the Iake. They also
eat upon the thre men and killed the
two Maniliana, hacking their bhlir.'
in the most shocking manner, and
then burying them on the Ibech
under a few shells. Pablo made his
esape in a skiff. although followed
by the Mpaniards in a luger, which
was the emellest boat they had in
readiness for the chase.
Since then the Manilliane have not
dared to approach I'rocorville, ,ith,'r
to send their SIbh to the city or dis
patch information of the affair, which
the murdeers, of enurse, supprensel.
But it became Ikows is this eity ist
Iaturday evening, snd on Munday
morning a party of Manillan, well
armed, rent to I'roctorville, and oh,
alteg the serviesn of the noroner or
lt. ireard parish, took up the man
gled corpses of their two oountrysoen
and had inqgmsts held, is each cane
the verdiet rendered being that they
were found murdered by parties un
known. When these Maniisna aeerri
ved at nI'rotrville, the conscience
stricken Npaniarla fled into the
swamps and remained there until the
place was clear again. Yesetrday a
party of twenty or twenty live Manill
an, armed to the teeth, went down
to Protorvillq, for the purpose
of making aflldavit of murder
spinal those paniards whom Pablo
accuses of taking an active palt in the
muede., and aiding the herif of St.
Bernard to narret the men.
To Sergeant Imes Broo'k vigil.
soe Is ferreting out there eute, we
are neliply indebted for them.
N. . BM, s1o 0'n.
MtUcntM or a AesmITva YoairT.
At Blairstowe, N. J., a yorng man
named fHulme, killed himself because
the pricipal of a boarding sch.,ol
found a love letter addressed by him
to one of the Ifmale pupilt , and read
it aloud. A letter say :
The young man, It seems, had taken
a hercy to and had boe correspond
ing oooasionally with a young lady in
or nar Ilairstown. The principal of
the school, Mr. Johnson, having found
this out, forbade the correspondece,
and evte wrote himself to the young
lady, forbidding her to emad the young
man any more letters. She, however,
continued to writs, and it happened, a
day or two before the fatal oeourreene,
that the young man chaned to drop
one of her letters, which letter was
found and carried to Johnson. Instead
of retumrsi the letter to the young
man, with saoh kind admoonitions as
his own good judgment ought to have
ted, this toot or have, or both,
hath letter publicly red bcf,e~ the
sohool, which so wrought upon the
young main mid that he at once,
detorminled to put a end to his own
eistence. The shame, as he thought
it, was more than he was able to
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No Ylm.tow Fivan.-It will he
meon by the report of the Board or
Healdth, that there were no deathe Iy
yeullow fever i the ity during the
past wk. This fly oonflrams the
opinion eatertaind fem the frst, that
the few iolated ouases prviously r
ported had nothing epidemio in their
The total namber dof deathe for the
wrek, 130, is remalrkably small for
the Mseason, and speaksb for the health
d the ity, wha we n6ele that the
mmer of abaentee is not u great
this year as it is odinurily. The
late thnder starm mne to have
thoroughly purifed the aSmopher,
sad we do not look for may iremse
in the mber d' deaths, is ftarem
srports.-icalran, $lst. in
Anrso.sn or Ym Pumnar.
Sylvester Iwny, of Norw Mezlo to
he ommsaloum to rua ad mark ~
bondary lire betwes the Ternit
ria e the Umud Slabs amd the tate
d efGaimi alaseatb edm th est
d t , Mar . ,M,
a Rwivas or Moses
-A Pbiladel rmerpke
h l*qg thoroughly i iled the
te Maepamensing Prioe gives the
lMowblg account of tie shewer
bath mode),f punishing tmlaeale i
l a cell at the eatreme end of
the corridore appropriated for fe
males, stood something like aweed
en chimney, vertically against the
wall. Closer lnspeetos ereealed a
door in Its front, with a staple and
pedlock. This being thrown open,
as apartment just Iarge enougl to
contain a human body was reveal
ed with one of the round perforated
bath cistern in the top. Theldoor
and sides are hollw and stuffed
with woollen, to prevent boreame
from Itbing heard.
When any prisoner becomeas n
governable, hie is eseert to this
ell, The physician; the nurse, anad
the seperlntendent stand by. The
saaleator is forced into the apart
meet, the door closed upon him,
and the staple secured with a he.
vy padlook. Then, in the darkness
and stifling air, the unhappy crim
inal feel the rush of the diseending
water. it c,mes in a torrent upon
his uncovered head, and seems to
be seating upon his brain. In
vain does he seek to avoid the
draught. lie cannot turn. Ilis
breath grows short. Kvery nerve
is unstrung. Ils heart beate ag
onisingly. le screams, but the
walls are dent, and there is no re
ply. He is suffiCating-dying.
And when sense Is swiming and
Iife flickering, the door is opened
the unhappy man wveome, and
the dying pule taught to beat
Sometimes the criminals, when
removed, are black in the fee, the
blood flooding the heal. A man in
tisg-Sling prison lately expired on
der this punishment. The shower
bath at Moyamehsing has been
used three times in seven years.
Its eflects are to shook the erv
ons system and weaken the entire
body. One woman was lately put
to the bath test. She is known as
Jenny lind, and Is designated by
one of the Wardens as the most
abandoned women in the world.-
Whe has been in prison more than
one hundred times, chiefly for va
grancy, and is beyoed all refor
mation. She seems at times to be
possessed with a demon. On Wed
nesday she leaped upon Mr. Sar
gent, the Warden of the Female
D)epartmnent, sad tore his mouth in
a most savage manner. The as
sault was entirely unprovoked.
She was placed in the shower bath
as an exhibition of heinous wicked.
nees, and at the end of ten minutes
punishment, asked if she would be.
have. She hsid with an oath she
would not, and demanded to be
The both was spi applied, but
she was still sesrtigibl. When
brought forth agal she was almost
lifeless, and bat for the apieatios of
prompt reterative, would have bee
no oager a trouble to the authodriti.
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Toit OaaR KIxvArn.- A Houth
ern gentleman at one of the hotels
down East, last week, perceiving that
the dining room servamt, a ngro, was
besntwing his attentions elsewhere to
is a neglect, called up John and aoost
ed him in this wine :
"John, I have servants at home,
and am waited upon as a gentleman
should be. I am neglected here, and
am tired of it I give you fair notice
that I shall inform the proprietors of
your conduct unlebn you behave
The cosequenee was, Joebn beasme
very attentive during the few days
the gentlmen remasined. On going
away the gentleman caled John up
and presented him witlh a dollar or
two, whihob he thus acknowledged:
"Thank'o masa. Southern gem
men always so-repriman4 us if we
don't 'tenad 'em right, but dey always
give us a dollar or two 'Ifomre dy
leave. Untdee Abolishua geummen
mighty hard to suit, and require so
mueh 'tention, sn' when dey leave,
shake your hand, look up to the sky
an' ny, "God blue you, my unfortbu
ate friend, and elevate you in the
scle humanity,' or somethfug like dat,
but evew give us a dollar to elevate
Busane or * 1ress Iresa.-Tbe
Lelevllle Joernal anounus tha "Bell's
tavern," ls Easteky, kipt by Mr. Proo
tor, was deryed by the ire lest Friday
nlght, and adds:
e twr g satlSe pest, ad esies the
beinigu f the prs nt storyr, It has
the uMmma v, sad there as the
sands reery nassto. and sllm wk
hae ea3eem Ma h Iss hssl e, It.
n ts row dr.t s ees atngh. lIt li
he resoval ef ea old lead-mark, the
r. * pul.*u m s da S then
.na, odmv mpO
(. he0sseth esel ma
A r nIO ' IU.t
&a, lom wu end 8,1 a.1
1- Ir. a. ,.
has4 ** Mmas me . sense.
bImw s r rosd duft.
Islob slewak clo W mna awe.
iet i the wesl ld seeg I hbrus ek
Abeos, li Mp spsed pwa sead his,
resllt iolar j.emoe semeaSl Ise ree
thsesh shA daef sal hlve thb dgw,
A quiei borne as melles1 mn,
hAQld Ib sdews, dart ee gd o
A.ss4 hr.Is du 5e 0le,
ar"pt resoragl Isn,w mesela strem.
Amb.(ks l s l hoadnsei pses
Is bighit preuwse, nese dea,
thie Ilsli bltsMw a m ow I m,
Upes lbs hIa" we"t ias ass b*g.
Ael She ltss NN ibeeethew.,
to sels ti rmermineg i swna a
Two esil; sheslted hem b eair,
AMl betls e Mrm. ewedod was.
Ia lbt ooeatl settl t. o y rdes,
hes oad I Dnib e1 pe oss of w,
lern thes iwo seal, all poabhl eause
Aod pa*l.e's esgs had peodo sws,,
A peIer, lse spell hae 10sel
ha l tblldm lh Is getile sNa.
lasse .be rsd Is seb Inev 1r,
Ad ke eee om M Iworl0eIr ,
A tbeawe te easnd ellage eeIwt,
losw base bat bep heww wead ed trim.
Ote getles sale easm mlIld o
tho s l psss sos, meal .o 6pM Pry.e,
the whwitlangd e Pahso bed Se.,
horn eaves's me gai anl sest$ed /ne,
O iI l i not pleesseel ing
Amd i weart. efeer.
T thlte netl a b qliet hows
Aed 0 Meel pea ,sdleg More
wousel.. &so, Ma.. Aegsu sOS, 51a5.
Ios Millwslbw of mwnemptio, on Io
_d Inst., ien.w.W. nl.ra arn, brsMlh
of Wyomigl eosmy, N. Y.
Wo Ihel as If we swld Lot let the shove
noUte pas without paying s siight trabte
Iso a old ad s tflHf1 Meld. We had
well known Mr. Sblth Ifr cbs last tweny
yesa. sad had slefrhto vales his fried
ship hstaisbolW , W ¶5 wlv. * In
t.anilr sd all tetere vlrte o IIIb.
)t ve we talked with him of the
philloophy eiar. 11w of 150, and of ell
te hoeof tlbo fwk oC Id as ofthe do
.we *l ltha we hLae b. nbodeted by his
Iloe rossoaleg sad eNedlid diseaslos.
Judge Smith was bort In ilibherse,
Veresost, Jail 1 1507. Ho stedid law
with Hoe. Joun I. Shierw Is tl us.,
now Wyoming eenttly, N. Y. nd a esrem
meaoitag prle at oIn tooki reok n one
or lb most oarate, lder sifhted sned
able lawyoer of W era Now ork. Al
srwed.d bo wNi spplated ld.e Judge I.
lessec o tar; s adter She IAbrmaos
of Wytming, held the oose of istrle
Atterasy de year, pad the sIse of A. e
Ado e 41. years is yml emty. His
log ility end seersey m5y be Isbmred
bhn tbe se that sol a dalgl bill drawn
by him while Dist. Att'y proved to be do
siUle In anry 9rtealnr. Aid we think
bthe p.p f Wts llg emnaty w1ll hsar
as out I thBe asemss ia a wewl Inll
llpen, impartial or hotter Judge never
neopwd ls eekr of that aauly.-- Mt
Daring the fall of '5T sad the Spring of
'e Judge Smith, *Wih his salable sad as
oomplished wit end daughter dwelt in
this olty, th ges (we believe) of Dr.
1,0 on L1byedte stres. They wee upon
the sletioa ad es tem, of ir dnls of
thelr sqaldtones, ws they esly es,
whoe lives an tkmperd with the mild,
generous sat lebesslag dwiades virtues,
whiko mashe up the worldly weeth sad
wealth of lll. Threugh a resmstolrs of
health, was kh olbest of Jtudg ImIthl*'
visit hbroe, he was sware IbM this for him,
was sot to h fead In asy quarter of the
earth. The devotles of his lite Afnllty
the solleltdo of has wth, sad the molrful
tteation of his daughter, together with
the kind we* esortedl which IIS aIl
wayseommsead; lompered th aslmwc
whlo hbung over the husbead sad abthr,
robbing ii of that severity, whieh adverse
olrsemesoeeseoaver. To iI. down else*
sad die, witeLt the ses of a lagol fhnd
or rltive--givs da IIho lttror. With
them, two may ole our e., to the
aihra onbhe aly world,
"ULe r a$be, aws ble alsesh oa bl,
14 lssl**ewa, is pleatleseus,
Asrt Nas--The troop l Mianseota
will he heladeu ot to tbhe ordem of Ideuc.
Col. Aberrombs, d lsuaatr, for servle
aglnet the ladis. antil throher orders.
Th eommeadlngl ofer at Fort Kear.
ney has boes orderd to detah flro his
oommnud no oomnpee of lahuuer d o
platoon of dtsgosest o - I ollledi.
eely too the ?wne Reere I5 SIh pro.
teloo oof thse ledles agala h It l o,
Arrafphes ead sad ese.
Col, O. Wrllbt. rth labnbtsr, s ao **m
maud of the Dep,·res oafOr,sr.
The T e.s.--The High Oour ofMe
lppi has drUded that thie seti of the Lgis
lat, mressl th l of lads, delia
queat e, ees, Is Ite ora f fiulstppil,
so mll sd void. Th dseoioa was reea
doed by *udg Mania.
a. loid ElpIatoe, whbo died
meitly, w Is klov , with Quel
Viebels whee d m the PaiNe ,,
Vieteos, al s, viv blne gidedil
by lha ,otu leo. She sheMd
,have mmrred hM, if i loled M.
Negeeeft ee -eet(sm sed Iben
bead sessedege o sh diem au eth.
beert, eel ase asesudim a the me.
r alt" a ahete eel h i
marmmn ininnS lt .b.
eoas Or d
atu , at I1 u afl
ti al tove's p ep t
tne 1e. qI ar1er to a Naos
the atl do tahis son whe wil be
soother change at 9 04lAk 17 sal
wtsi, hIe a 64 qi to w all.
moo-.-Bas a Try.
/!P see o cetrating
their onadl ImN in the Mditerrmanen,
to be ,re /o ses Yn that
0may rse. It mY be tht Nleon
IT. illan eye o bib, whero hil
n ile olla had two leg..
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