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bIu "L" by r ether smy, a to Chbts.a w iaes
thin; Inauilatps salmaer Usueaslem1f Cmatemary
Zveamatisaa; Ulasetaid ur hibr.eme setas 6 the Uwerms;
.seaaswte or Whesa; bteiy, Ml Ire ea mpleeta lao
am t Me ma, whether adhe bem Idmaredes, SeMte 61
Dbaipethem, i la the I esdaedweg al ss bep-.
ac w Bisnasm emewas m. wawoull r 1?.
Ttat e se. balam, m ,a ry i eleeasatm -lda- ir
Yempet1 ml deas" eiaeerlal. rELMBOLDI
EXTRACT BUCHU AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
CtUa salOUTe DI EAsEs
eto ae irage atnltt empe Wt h eN ta diet,
s, hamamiee al no esapama. IIt mm femU Id -
.eal lvea emethse Iarhae, thembty remeatag eha.ra
Ites., pr tee g l ercaut uiate.a ee atthe Urethea easy
S os pae aeed Iammetiesmo beaoest elt . ald of aims;
d mep le g aS N pa .amem m, iw ese00 mMl we ea crmatt r.
WTh hsee mob wthee am , ma whe he e pal.
heavy IeM tode hsed het . Ibhe eIOD th'Ilt they
wee de aold, mld Ihe the "pebas" baa hby the ae of pew
ew esmkinasts, hem bel p ls he eystem ta retk eta ti
aestarel filem l PBRIASM A£T1R MARRIAGE.
UTM HILMOLDI EYIADU WUCH hr a aEWAem
l assm - 61 th e URINAT OOANS. whether eatWs
I. MALE g O PFEALE faiem weagr me igdnatle,
ad miter 1hew lagatmdn. Dttaemae themee-m
eipm. the am ol a Ie11.
UULUDal sr IETRA&CT WCORW
5 TasN TU rGROAT DtUUtr i
Aul ham-ala te beove the airt aet leladll eiee tor
aien-eme the meltia,.
U ELMBOLID'S EXTRACT BUCI t
Re aempaaad .o leehk, Otehe ml Jeulper aerulae, ueaeete
wtth peel spaca ee by
UWq . T. UNLL Ue.
Philadelpi . em'B , whERCT BUClg day wr, e
mn ia orepradema cotelSme aenetle, ma mIreary r elera
jauem dres, haepeety veqetsel
Ewen eel eaberibel betenma the.d lay aof Neveabar,
l. WE. F. EIBIRAD, Allermee,
lisbtl streetioeve Sano .hiledlphla
1 .lll AIim i . ] lettar aa3.lleace ls m' d c
er n us. . n roromee . .
S H. T, ELMBOLD'S
lDRUG AD 3iCAL WANLHOUSE,
OR H. T. 3u3OWLD'B MEDICAL DEPOT,
10N .o. TenM meSses telew chbaamt,
SIWARE OF 0OUWTBKRIW8 AND uN1RENC
Whemaevw o eloae 6r1 "tI " oI r tm a
Gbe rapeltede ebtalme hi
ERLELOLD's oE UINE FrUPARATIOtI
.WLEDOLD'Ie GENntIsE llITACT 30l. _
uL3WSD GeNIrtaE KxTIAor aIAsrAFALLA
aELNUOWI GENUINE IMPRoVED 80gm WAlA.
OIInOI AND 5IIZPOUSL
1K Wm mDW.
0 Sm 3m ames an . annewem
w oasem mew ese e m* a " 4ý
" reautl )ea le fg."
I site D e es a - re t of sea orole.
,Iri 7 los a bee. ales lbe0 er $i.
a. wbm k ebe lIsAl
-.. eo ioe 55. T`e I e A kr e
oM re eau I e a oeml
bt a~e.- ~ aS-tr wt l Ste .
- "r. eesve. T1a-Ie ea rerSam Ilsd $
t beech, the eie o ver her; wa
S Is Pen. Fl oher srge say be
am-~ as M aged
peesed awmemd4 atw a es e rip ehad
Mot Lc. Dee. 31...~imiw adoeS bega ob
VumWa, De. 81.--la the As" iems esNmet
Prise, mf g (t) is peildmtl mid Bare.
VON hset is milter of Iorelsa s.p h, wil the
pmof prme mise.
fa P s. Do. 3L--Bya decree publbshed to the
Moelteer, the earps legialt for the aws fre
year is toe emit of tw w hue dr.sa ew
member Parl. retmes aime
Adies Pat ist to be dto the Marquis
De Cau, am oeer of the Imperil hosebold.
Baussasa, Dec. 31.-The Belgian dmiistry is to
Pass, Dee. 30.-The PstrIm denouaoe theea
who aserlt that coferee project hasb
Geo. Leplay, eagmSeer of the umiversal exhibi.
bitt., has been made a asastor of Franee.
CORn, Dee. 3&.--A j shop was broken iate
,ZT= 1 L
Lre Lrbvaa Dee. 31.-8.l5r rlg dlowly, with
10h t"tS i as aetnl.
West~ b osid - aowig all th afternoo.
Niaseow, Iw., Dec. 21.-Shor Shanom killed
a prisoner same1 John Bamas, thu. frabattiag
the prisoner is his attlempt to escape. I
ParnLADnLIA, e00. $1.--A furIos mAei I
mnow stem prevails.
sCassaslmr, Dee. 31.--Gen. OCa h., hesedt
a e mspeedingh executloes d stlaylg pre.
ib all sd a gam the war; u a
OGem. UihMs , w rtolneie thte lo -
of gea rs sad mm llemss to is
Ire oed, a the proceeds arising from the sales a
of such lcesse are to be devote to the support c
Stesmbip carrylag a pilot Ilieesed by United
te com are exempted from compul.
. hoem, eoP. 31.--Wetler milder, slight
mow fuming. a
CuicAoo, Dec. 31.-Judge A. W. Arragton,
me of the ablest lawyers is the Sate, died to-day a
Bnuaneo, De. .-Gew is falg rough
out Vir.. to-day ; It is dx eep hr
portic of the Stal. c
The wesal vote e the s-bc ofd me iber 1
two amea: of doellr tth C peskea Ohio t
solsese l or , t pont ed shl or w otoe.
F Mo, o heo.. o. 0.-A heavy snow u
stor ioagls. s we els have arrived storm a
rase ap d n d t
Bo vwca.r Pua. Dee 1.-Wind aerth.mortb I.
west ad storm armeter 30:30. L
Arrived: eea, Dukebeart, to With. a
Dvi en board.
Srteamship Oriental, Snow, to Cravy, Nicker
oxr Wse DecN. 31.-The eMarloe has been o
salvaged for is000, sa caSe for Mobile.
aw Your, Noe. .-8ror i I lliy SLase
AW Fumatmsco. De. SL-Reports fom aere. a
meats Valley Iadicate as dtreative a flood as 1i
that of 182l. The whole valley i submergeda 1
of tracks, reeuig e some lo of life.
The America river i higher tham evr hfore. i
The uvees of Seerameat withstood the lood,
sad me fe wo heeafter be entertal ed for the ,
dThe s at Marysle were bresed d the a
greater part of the ty oversowed. The rads a
reidered la peab. SlTme malls ed express
matter, flroe Virii City .d other place in
Nevada, were carriedby men on foot. v
LarnVaroo. Dee. 80--vemg.--etton cloud a'
Lotao, Dec. 31, No on.-oed aols d1(92. lve.
Stweaes 72d . h
Lviaoot., DeN. 31, Noo e-Cotto8 market
steady. Saler todI 00 bales. Sales for the
last thr day 3oh 0. For export e 000. .or
atironr, 6ot tre, lon tead dh7oount.Gold,
Laor aono, Do. 1-Aftrameel-Clotte mar. 8 l
ket 1rm. Males to-days. Ge4 hales. Up.ande o'
od., Orle es ird. Breyadete ac tive. in
o mactive arly all adv.soed. Lard declned *
LrBavaA, Dee. 30.-No.12 sugar, 8 reals. Flo G
613. Potatoes8alL as
8terilag exchange, 12rn.11to-S premlu; U. S
se . short 221. long 23, discount. Gold0 ~
10m 14 oalert S, premieu. -
Nae ous, Dec. 1.-tookt s heavybd . Stering
110j. Homey 6rcekt. Gold 133I. 6 rds of '62 l i
conps 101*. .t
Floer a shade . rme, Wheat a ,.le higher.
Cornm 1wc. better. O fts a rfe firmer. w
Pesk steady-SSI 25. Lard quiet. Cottem firm; i
middliag uplaads 154o. m
Inw Yos, DeeN. 31.--Cotton market mre hIe
etive sad ormer. ales today 3000 bales;
midags c Doe. Flor --qulet State 510 I ;
D reath., 0 0. Wheat armer d sl fair W
dewand sa r white 6 84. Core irm; white t
Southera SI. Oste heavy and decilalug; West. U
ra or, DPork Arm at-- 21 1. Lard dull. t
roht sted. ~Gesramela steaudy. VirgiaLa
prices. lve twentles of '6. with coupeus, 1ip9.; ma
grties 1011. Sevean thirties 10j1. r
DeLe wd N. al.-dales of a0 t . to. *
Ase Vato mediuma leaf 0(115. Floear- i
Wheat 6223(12 40. Corn- 31
Meolases. #ew p. eiw 1 . as. r
pk 21 8022; balk ebeulders oe.; clear a
Sr. peiesN. veaea y dull. To- h
becce* glat sad emehamed. Cettos, 12113a. f
Floalall a ead a t-superilae s.605 k
.1.3. Wilsat eai e, ti M U U
n ---l W--Itre Whty " eam inal,
closed firm. MNddlieg, 3 ilde. isae, AM
Sae; a reep S1 mast opened
. Muma,, U e. Isles. 11se
OwsxA, Dee. $1.-Fl.e ma em
... i --s Itham ddP - 0"
a$t nceha aod. on olo sf Ner.
a tLdoay1 ede ea Y-la eel le
rohewm rMt sde noes.e S, e 81. a
Sowa Dee. 1.-- tss, t, erta f-.,..
Oauaro., Dee. SL.-otum mabi sea..
Pres Of lower qm hte have emved 1e .
8ea. 32e b.m.".., hales. _
S seha ew aale I ea Imal
Weu*mealt lTe 1i m ea inmm.
Cer a i es T uk hap- srsW ass
umme se mm mm messn imo
held N.e lead insmgNemmy rivals.
11 has elp me siedte h eos rsmaking them
compr ver.ºy wi th ese of ar af tor
dest empitesm.s nd aei has added a now
ae to i hu s lebwh e eld ree.mead
t *speiSll I these who, having bu tm-l
mam a, dee, tohe o s" thir msay e M a ahe
--_- ne W T we m Im
ir ein e emd an aeeseib
ai sal of sa aahed to thei pol
The Ilawst ew Ter nae weam h ea
inuny dea.e.of NP spdrs see
all eaid we ta
sore at eves ta meet ms and aerrow
beae te a uis. ae d withi at gneaagee
an 9d to t a nd IMMG M .
ehin g sma ao e a hs o saeeee.
-er, e tn oee .ite e -I s wme Cm. nt
of s~eln. one mWe. which oertaily ves it a
rile ely $10 , s by ts mamu partish eas
have all their Insmanre in oes empsary, ed thso
avoid the trouble and annoyasnee of paTlag seve-.
ral premiums to different companies, i addii
to wish, in the event of death, the heirs of the
-mmed would have but one proof of death to for
talh, and but one amount to collect, instead of
``m rb toe4hree or fatr compeanes and
er four separate amonus.
We gt mJmeuon meg ether importana fe
tares which disti s the "Globe." had we
space to do o. As it ns. however, we cordialt
recmsmend it to the eoedence and eatroeage of
our reders, and refer thm to Mr. J. C. Sheply
Ne. Camp sti , the oeranous sad attentave
agent of the eompany, tft all farther iaformatioa
Nsw DrrTs or N R Ys 's CAL..-As the
custom of ealling on New Year's prevails in Oa
cinati as well as in New York, the followinh
paragraph om e New York Evelag Post wm
aterest our eity readers:
Thre is an Insidious fee i the field. With as
toelemenat and pat we have perused a circular,
sanouing that "New Year Call Cards are de
Ivered b -'s special message post. - street,
new Yok." We omit same sad address, from
eosiderations of public morality. No mch
perualeus soh shell h e an slted
ees by M* pubeiity comneeted wt eout em
sere. All good oan should snite to disoonate
ia- tdi ee eto i , ead to overwhoal
'. -ge , omi io escape from
Idat. If thi practice shuld be allowed we
should have peopl., before lag, sending their
arls to churc. Praps, some cames, it might
ave trouble and make so great daferoece, If the
pews contained bits of engraved pasteboard, and
the palpit were occupied by a carte de viste of
the milter; but we are persuaded that, on the
whole the eommruaty would be gradually de
moralised by such an example. Put the case
before a in Its prbper aset. Mrs. Brown an
oeacee Set she will receive New Year's clls
at box 7TI, patofice. Young Jones visits the
qeea of his souL, make her an honorable and
ardent oflr of n iage, and is met at the door
by a servnt, who bands im the young lady's
card, with the request that he will write upon it
what he has to say. Manifestly, it wold speedily
become nnecessary to live at all, and the ppo W
laion of the world might be reduced to a few
measuheturer and agravers, with carte blanche
for the remainder. The first proximo shall have
no proxy from us; we have somewhat to say in
pers to A 1bella, and there ore numerous fair
di d rrloty desirous of bearing from out own
Ipe athat it s a e day, fier than last year, 6at
ot so Ae as the year before.
Several years ago one of the principal thorough.
ares of Loedan a w regularly patroled by a beg
gar who asked aims of no other passers except
old ladies. "0! young ladyl w have pity on a
peer begr." He wasu ingulrly succesamfl In
his appe . In reply to n inquiry, he explained
his succes thus: " You m, sir, my plan pleases
all the ladies. Some of 'em believe me, and
re pleased by the omplimeat. Others see
It's all a sham; and they are tickled by the
e; 6So you see I let something from all of
On the 29th of December, says the linner, in
the perish of St. Mary, many btanns are still
atonshed by the frost, gardens look green and
pr-glike, the Mgr is springing up as though
_a k r maths had pessed away, and fres
re bhardly ever eeded, are moralnsg an
Mr. John Avery writes to the Planters' Banne,
from Avery's Island, that the Jordan machine for
_aplling the fames of sulphur to cane Juice, gave
eatire atiefation. It was used in making up
Judge Avery's crop of 203 hogsheads of sugar.
Be made forty hogsheads more than be expected
to make. The cano waus in full tael on the BOuth
Spt of the Island, eatting from sevea to
ig feet fe the mill. Bad the ane been ripe
io yield would have bea at least two and a
balf hogheads to the acre.
Theb following aphorisms on lve are commuoni
eated to the Galaxy :
Women like men who flatter them; but love
hoe who despise them.-Every man, by t ghea.
ral law, loves all womes; all wemo loves one mau
Sen are by nsture polygamist.; women, monogam
ts.-M-lafieeost lovers make wremtehed housbaMs,
nd excellenat bhusbands the worst of lo~rs.
Women become attached to men not for what
nne do for them, but what they do for mea.
iratitudo paves the way to their esteem, bat
elishnedmes opens the road tO their love.
he rsmallest tenderness outweighs with a woma
he greatest sacrife. She will forget the hero
rho would die in her behalf, for the mere gapllst
she would give her ucaresses, end nothing more.
bWhen women's hearts are touched they are alI
indred. The merest dowdy then becomes the
ster of the proodat ducbhes.-Women desire to
ove. primarily, sad men to be loved; hence
romen ideallse and men analyze, the objects o
beir affeecion.-Itf a woman will nout love you,
sake her hate you, and she s half yours; for
eto is too auatoral to her to last, and its first
ebound is tenderness, and the second passuion.
ee sever losve women whom they do not, sad
romen never love men whom they do, under
tad.-" Forever," tIn the rhetorie of a
roman's affection, i a sentiomental byper.
mole maesinag a period of exsctly two months.
" Jame," said Grsabgsl "It i a festirve sea
on. Dey after to-morrow is the day of gifr.
am going out of town, bat, before I go, I dsire
o give you a fal testimonal of my appreciatioa
Syour attentive service dutg the past year.
trust you will make good use of tMe money."
tad be handed the Grim Walte a twuaty arve
met bill. Now we, who were bysader .t this
s--, looked for an oatLbrek. Per th Ortm
Walr il a ma of main. BHe always mmefaes
maer, perpetrate preaseoe,~1spln. demeaso,
a bes putteth on sirs. So we lok to e a
wed d of dignitty-a show of seams. Not
e. Thk Gm W aiter neretsly pat theareaty.
Ive eat bill lto a large pocketbook; eel, after
eturning the large pocketbook to hIs peekert,
eed mildly: " Now what waould you consider
aeing a good use of it, sir? A earriage and
aose.?-a house end lot?--ve-twentles ?-Paet
Ie Mail or Erie ? It won't do to let it lie idle, yes
tao, sir."--New York Corn. Advertiser.
S stw0 basme -e m beamt t he
a b ma temem
MLI - - . -eF
oet thf e **,. s ass a el,.
Mve itep. m beg me of esa wets sep ess
Otm ram . a w J m
Ya h rn ; teines, asen Aew: At a. I.
SM a M u IS a. 8 . . , MAO F.
Otehma me wee ar siay samarens as t.
hW esstreet waurg. Per seldeons a Ms,.
m t a th ofm m he i tar ee M
aast by thme uthat m idnh ame r..
doe-rwan INse .-lt eas le nd ea tes
ssoe, though very few thy It he
brwe tnt. gri k'sg eac, e o f ia usw
ee o downe the tvis the da shadwe of
nwa We pom" ed po sed eato fre ete
peal eoftows., of lmdwes tad errose, peeape ef
h hem e r t im wi he all enam.
Co brt. I.-t rs a e here we Isafely.r
e Me och e tb e dy. twe e I e, d wm
i o nrieofg. othems ee, r et h e. a e
have soa dow he e a the se ear. Tar w oft
he e Mas theem; ae e ves whe paser o e
me ses thee te ulr le to beath a IN t
hm. threa/ a e wo d ve boon ste.
uAwrJCsee ew or the o tSe One eueat er
Pomiva. of Ma. Datm.-Ltd by ejad thaon
was At s eable eseeu the le e ter , usreppoe
rival of the a les ther s aevis. At i eloek a
waiing he the ht he poae whi Mr.
Davis emas n , bt the ehip wo o delayed
momewatl t r ey r e t bpeo ted a let at
who whene muleai t" on enrm ,u sod
visitor were reives s the, e, , raw,
ainr which swept ao s e whead evertoessg
smetmer s d the haewte o thee wlled fol he
arrival ee shir, mad eewr M. Dvs ease o
shoreht been s w ber tiry ad eoat ies
and another e n a carnage d
quickltor w drien to the St. Charle, otel. T
aIr w41o ,mw e tLo ve Weipoh.
eon giveno th m was very d ore d l though
the extreme selemeiy sf the weather made ito
and nother lat , eath a i arnre and wl s
qaedlby tdrow or to the o ChareUo noW Th
d~reepdon bsem to -id eap vr erdwie, thos h
tee extwil boleapp of the eo- heha de it
much len enthaelastlo than would have been the
case uade other urooastaaoes.
Tan Liasrsxucr or ril Snooxn Drsarov
Pouc.-We are toermed by legal geUlmea
that it is the intention of Mr. O'Doaell, removed
from the lisetensacy of the Secoad Distriospoll-e,
by a judgsomtof the peolee board meditg him
te of rw ing bribes from gamblers, to co
etat ne l. pounds o o sr easststio, It
is stated to as, are that th Board e Pole haeno
hlexistence, becau, it is assumed, as order
o Gen. berdan's, which has net been revoked,
suspends the provisions of the State Coetitatlos,
eader whieh the board exists, ean that, admittin
the board to have a legal existen , It is
constitted, for the reason that there are
pertons member of it, who are not q to be
meakrs under th laws of th Stale, aen who
have beee fra seMl d by the ses of Congress
to the exteat enly of voetig atel ee ss aeo ted
with the framlhegof o a organic law, which ea
frau hissmeet doed not i the the right to hold
ea ofl awer , athe y. ,
3r. bd t, oflef poe, has, it is
Urlerood, oe a appointed to succeed Mr.
O'Doenell. He is at present temperarit s con
mend, and seems to be a very efoient oaer.
Tax Noanuxteo ConvsUmoen.-The ooveratos
to nomronte candidates for State ofoers under
the Coustitution, which it is supposed will be
framed by the reconstruction convention now ia
session; which it is hoped, by som may be In
dorsed by a so-called people, sad which it is ex
pected will be approved by a so-called Congress,
met last night w what lee beeu respeoted as the
Senate ohamber of the tate Hos.
The convention was a mosale of unjust distrl
bation, for the black, the malatto, and the qaar
teroon, to say nothing of the octasoe, Durpassed
the passy whisklers of the poor white trash so
immensely that the bla c man trampled apon the
" white trash " as superior men will trample upon
inferior men, when the interior men assmeo supe
The convenlion passed through all the troubles
of conventions of the kind. It had its dispater
on points of order, ind its disputes on more
seroous matters; but, at boterm, the great dis.
pute was, who should get the ascendasoy.
In that "our race'" best t) pesy whiskers.
The contest uoderlylt all w , who shall bhe
governor? "Our race t" ends that Thomas J.
Durant shall ne governor. It is objected to him
that be has owned slaves; that he has bought
and sold slaves, and that, although, e say, he
has been an aboltiit all his life during thirty
year of that life, as a practicing lawyer Ne
Orleans, he has Instituted innumerable site,
claiming mea, women and children as the
propyty of his clients.
The whites Is the convention, andsome olored,
favor Mr. Warmouth for governor, who at one
time was a supposed congresmas, and, in his
progrss to that high poetion. was mentioned as
a genies who had the levity of a mankey ad the
gravity of an owl.
The diaiclty of the coaention was to the re.
port of the comoltte o credeatlots. The re were
soe disputed seats, rwhich both te Douret meno
ad the Warmouth mea wanted, ad the opposing
forces being nable to agre, it was resolved to
allow the oeniittee time, until Thusday "eventg
net, to report, to rwhich timeo the Coaveno
Cummro Aoernr.-A qarrelt oearred on St.
ChOarles street, near Comma, n which one of thr
parties was severely, though not dangerously,
cut by the other. The ahir am the result of Im
bibations consequenat poan the holidays.
A BranoLan sor.-lYesterdy morning, abot
a quarter oafter 2 o'lock, a buorlr who
had bi tered the residense of Mr. Theodore
Markso, lNo. 104 Oranoe strees, es shot sad
died soon after. Mr. Marks and his wife
were awok by ,eahag noise i a room
wadjoinig their leeplg partmerat, lnd pre
ertly a door was opened, when Mr. Markt
demanded who it was. Mr.' lrks i s nter
the impreion that at least two persoa
rushed down stair. after he spoke. His
revoalver ws between the mattresses, and there
was a sight delay in getig It. WIth the
pistol i his hand he raed a window on the front
gallery, and glot on the gallery jt as one of the
men wasateppig out of the hell door Int' the
street Mr. Marks ired every shot in the revolver,
and the man staggered a few steps and fell on the
The pollee coamig up, he was eomveyed to the
Pacealer station, where, hivog been exam'sed,
it was found that one of the shots had hit him
In the right side, ad he died In sboes an hour.
lie wa so exhausted from the dec's of the
wound, when brought to the static., tbht he could
nnt, speak lued enough to make his iels 'stelli
Hle was of medium height. decently dressed
sed seemingly from forty te forty-ive years of
age. Nothing wea fuand upen his person bt a
ten dtlltr Confederate note sad an enveloo ad.
diemed to Beary Walker, a nwhiO was plr'ted
the words, ' Poetomce Departueet. Texas." An
inqueet was held by the coroner, sad the verdlct
was juetiiable homlcide.
Tea Msruonn ow -rTr LAxus.-A gedaemas,
wbo was on board the Lara when she brought
John Bobianon's great show sad meagerie, to
New Orlesas. gavue some very curious itfrma
tion, lnst ilght, about the "almtalee." The ele
phant was registered on the freight list as weigh.
inrg 40600od, p and. din g hs peemoenl bsggae,
which coosisted of merely one trunk. met.
withtanding his illustrious status as the head of
the existing anmal creation, he appee per.
fertly satisfied with a deek passege, and bore the
petty incoveniences of th trip with dignifed
That everlesfain trwak, bhwever, was cen
tinalsly under hs eyes, ad be kept as oeasin
end bouttig it whenever occaslon reqee. He
may have bea right, for it has no look or other
fastenial. When the Laur made faet St the
Poutchartrain pier head, and his atteadan's
senoauced thir mediness to iuhimaere, be
ermn bl der rya
a ith- a hlihs b
lee J WhN tabe i ladi
res, e b sea the d w va
menu maykm lad" 1eto I. W ___
ýe `bmas, NM. o , .,
uh a _0me le,~a se ang m s
wh bhe medeed the dsub I
te stble fhim b .et ee o ee a
His red werd ge teiabtd twr
bi heed as if to t the awful pp e
habe, as with the paisy. for as herat a ttme
Oft day. whit told geMt esn watert g hi- is
a ireek, the It came as hiM, whom he sheeok s
bhead as t e N to ttme ueatr. Ths
decied ha fate, ee d be was mld in NMshsts
wulkee geastee to a trader.
Tammata Acmnu swo oeD l , i a. -Abedt
I1 A. . yesterday, a sher time after theor.
steel of the istebeat tey Ams, as he Ana
of Lafayette street, whe the ew were e d
In ".s t :: :.e. Sesa ler lurbeasd eai
satemread pm g way oeng w S. hm
a r lrs f men o d both eser, td pesels.
D sa m or f o M am. l .o w e Crrs.
Morm, the sn woeuede4 on the steamer Cels
met., by aether o i amed arnt, a adyar
mming, lied of the wouen, whch was a ime
tees of th dall, In the MaN Hespit, sem al
touet is bold in the O es y erday r.seld Ins
vwrdlet that the hmicie was onmmtted bI
RMcoan a r3,Y.LL3's Corny.-P. hoMie wIas,,
arrested on Monday, on the affidavit of Milobell
Bamgertes, who ha him sd D =ve etob.
tose with msuiting beating him wd i a toe
bier, loo three teeth In his mouth. Shri
dan p dp before the recorder ma waived a
prelietnary examlnation, asking to be mat for
trial before the First District Court. The ems
will , be d et on the 16th f January.
Tee. Flynn ish seaused by Mr. J. P. Beaten of
stealag a coat from the bst-rack in the ladies'
office of the Cist HoteL Cae Axed for Jammry
17. Bonds $260.
Jim Wilson will be tried on the msameday for
stealng a ieat ud mm pr ry noos.
John Idetlf. for assault ank tter with nte.nt
to kill on H Dicksom, w set to the Wrkhos
for sixty days.
ry Howl , m habitual drenkard, arr l
Wilmaaa wspes qa r. H eHmy sa
colored drunkael, Joe Fmeer, accmed of st egln
a box of hats, were each sent to bosses of eoree
Ue for perde ming fre~ thinh to k Aty
Eamonauns OarM ,'s Coya,. - YTemeda
pollee ofcer Octave Foy appemed to answer a
charge of belWa the rttywe ueanpted to vi
late a womeam the . p, e L t of the
eth ltlme, b womm who bhd oemplaieh
Sthe andignity not appesng, he oesc was din.
J. T. Nieboleo aliase Nickersoe, seemacsed of
seasaultng W. H. Chappell with lntenteo kill, was
" diacrged, the prosention having been with
Irel Netter, colored. was examined on the
oberge of killing Jerry Hill, colored, by shootig
him, mmd wli mied, the shkoottnl being
The New York correspondeet of the Warford
Press, Mr. Judd. of the Commercl, writes the
following about Commodore Vanderbilt:
New that Commodore Vanderbilt has obtalned
control of the Nw York Central road it is the
general impreson m reliroed cirles that the
stuck wIn advance to a higher Agre. I - L
foumed, by m who knows, that he perseully
ewus seven milIe dollrs of the alsok. His
whole property n vealed I, round numbers at
thirty.e milioe. He is cow uerte a the
cst of ne huadred and sxty ollars i gold per
toe, steel raels > the HRedn River reed, and
expects to have the entire track reald with them
in a year's time. For some time the great a i
tie . of the ommodore has been to own or oe
trof a through lioe of rlread from New Yek to
Chieago. Be has mow takes a long gasp toward
the attainment of his object.
One great secret of the commdore's aueoeess i
life has been his erve. At times, wbohisepeo.
latisae have been agaeist him, he has held on mail
mat-tes have com round to s him. They toll
the following story as Iallstration of this serve.
e is very food of eard playing. O ooeon,
whtle traveling down the M dipi river, he was
surrounded by onte of theg oft blers which,
in ants- war times, infsted tes Father of Water,
and invited to pity "poker." He aecepted the
equest. It was the game of thee professoMal
gamblers, when they had ot hold of a victtim,
to keep " going him better" ustil the
large sums at stake would frightea him from
Scalliag," mad thus insure them the "pool."
They tried it oa the commoore. First one woeld
beta few thousands; and othersn would see that
ema nd go several thouand bettor. Finaly,
the amount l tle po bed Inoreaed toe se far
in exces of the reedy fud wh he cedid is'
mnd. Th ommodore, however, hod w ae late
lieo of being " blefred of. He send r' gems.
Cailing a negro, he shed ima If he weeld ask the
cepstal dow. Tihe captail appeared, when the,
folowing eo mo ed:
Commodore-" t apin, )eas yo tel me who
ouns thi boat ?"
Captain--" I do, sir."
ommodoret-" What do you all It worth?"t
Captain-" I canrot tell exactly, bat I houlth
my thirty thousand doflare."
Commodore-" Will you tae thaet m lt I ?"i
C mmodr---" Vrye well. I am Coemm roer
Y¶der.lut, of New York." Then wrting a oeeko
for the sem added, "bre is my heek forthirty
thousaad dollars. It wilU be honored at er i ar
aavng don this the commodore turced roen
to the teble ad sd to the gsamblers, " lme the
st amount and go It beotter to the extent of this
_The gan was not prepared for tis coup d' et.
They were not able to "see" the commodore's
" rine," and oe consequently oooly swept ed the
contents or the " pool." We recko no ambler
sver atteippted to "blurff" CommodoreSader.
bilt after fhat.
To GnTremWm.-Oentlemen in ned of wiater
clothing, or who may have oceaso to travel
North, sn obtean everythn they ele rquse
i the hapde ofl Iht ad heavy clo thin of
Mere. E. I Piuers & O.. orner of orevr
and Msgesne strets. Thin hrn is engaged in
mef to·alng whoadesale and r etrl elothing, pad
t leuel eotobe o fed InNew York er ew
The BaNer sayc the late epidemic at PFaue
'oist was terribl sevee. Out of two hundred
ad slantyass inhebilnts, naet-ooUeer did la lem
th-a three moths. But the mero diM d o retr
ult ao much from the fever a f m eand
want of nrmeas and me4eel a, eed m o
rooms end beds for the stek. m e e from
the overfowed regoles, and liveda ioqtrr
houes, sable snad otheoess made o1 I5Z,
Their foed in meat isstenses was bed, el was
Bad they boen property atte to 4 dpr loby
more then tee or twety dehs woeld a,
Mr. Lesu H. Trudeau, am old ad repootsate
citi•en of Poaint Copl, and more receenty of
Weet Baton Rouge, de leat week .l the ltter
A Im mI eve e-smne meai i iis, taw.
-.: : 1.*, , , -
al e bya sm wevt froee.
d poeat e a ls . e a es A a dut s
maud rrvped oeT h ei. Mess
eI m ease e h ad esth
Md " e!Leee -.t
"i - abut f.tue es we m no hr gem.
udiMe and .eg are al lametoa
-_ lIb Ia rS a n a es ses mnea
the b hite, a withu
a9bef aw o, ena awm weuhe
e--r s- ee_ ea-;;r w e sad semay
arha ee peIn hW m pet mtr It wse
mm -swed e the .etemt dho is td.
seedo lk I mdoI d eM. Sab tOarai
. iae tof that t mee4 ompe = e1ee
I est I ft he-% N abk . lo. I.
Nerm we as seada tttrf Used am has
swe d e umel e lie Prww et
e,__ p t, . ftun e ine oeM
soptebMber M m aw j walr emalsh
-sad sw, after dEIue to i saeaned with
al i ata ed, uael ws fty per ws .
Iseresee em all sruer operation. He mesh for
ljde "is rse of two aId half. All ofb
thee e 1 greet importo eth. work, he
shet cuts smad -e! eRruemae lla what
appea-m to te sae rrries. e them
bN s ses formeoston, msad
wb tan. pa s towl sd wltl edar-i m eh-o•
slas atoer of rthee r r Mopmad .e omrir
tdaor odndly, o etoswo ly spnadl. bhf
mshds sut waneas Mit -vss ath whaet
froeased t 8be abr bawrrs Mwsr a ea.
Ovexr ietthlga lor lml
hrourgh ti oo too
pofet a T J osoth semmrlt tfaesl ,i
-san tohs v resa.et thi a ii
ethe wokls of a as ier chalti e, hut A mi
deaftshe happ, th o g ae moea of
powder ad " itiroo a hesa seat, we
emIwhmrth mova a eo the ' How
trss thm oelsm e mow e s i mber
ls a d ea of bo 4gI e sel to eal
Ma lnnmo leM overod theoe
wes" be e sapmeasd thao the bmdgts may
o as li ear man uarose
coantry i though meossan an a
beSulg ed m rope; they were s sreeded I.ae
Amerla, however, ati te Pacifi raswa was
c"mmned. They were roo beedsrg thirows
ovr iother e m ch rShely be t
bloked by snowor bW o srho lyng
. ito. erpet tast eabout h seit l o
this o eeue gaeast mewsn will bavelM of
whlecsm milsem an w bait; the longest
eareli owver a mile in l ea iyb w
S Is mow laid within mime miles mad o
half of the rmash tsnnel, mand about we miles uo
th othe ldie of It, oumme a aboo t ih S iles
Jt, IAes to oeeaset the two pontwhen the
emplearso= wi ecotinuoss se retch of 125
m"lb of reaa d, wh ls it wezeeated me have
l-es n-- Impe the wor. l thee in mew
ceaddsabe mew em the greusi, the eufila
.pa will ten tn ,r.. .rhof1
do nt Ipet that I or eh I aeby
wsay fall mew les th fear feets ae that
md, rw.e ueMr. Ae msr e.
ad aL, th w of roa i
be eoteMlecd her eah. There wh themd
a seotlee of m aese a eM, of whigh 300 miles
a taobe f at the rate fe r omepr day, ad
the me-eS mde-will abor oIe a..t eme year
fmd at tho complete, m ap tree years
made. Ita I no rsp shas tI.-- S acra mto
ando haf toer ale the red to relt ake.
e Ceomiral Poul ertpeot to be able to fellh
athr share of th tU aNsoosriNel riad at Fort
tm Uo SpoolaS tcolse are fortate ebo.ghs
antdatbet todomiede tsezoe vea trayepr
t aale to toiamlh theatinolme be.d N emus
at Fort arLhger md wat shl e able to whar
mse the catet from t the termesto to the
rheouri in three days amd a half ia two yearsmnd
mws asmure vo L ma, l. LorrIs,
elee far less, daugae a oversherga, proptly
rely on i pefely hir and jt average of al
CoL.-The late o ap ba set everybody
to thinking where coal can Le had So warm oar
bodie, ad make as comforinble by our firesides.
Oar friend Smith, corner of Caroandelet ad Gri
athe west markst rates. Being a chip
of mld ok esecoesort ol mod flrmn the
buustaem, sasr g bmlr with the coa
tradebts ab reacewe feel se thet all who
make their perehm oefhm of will b pleased. We
osulattemies to hin oard Is to dsys paper.
3.0G. Swsrd . Warrm sad eix mo, 0.
Cumbrleed. Mr Fostals Er and Era. H. D.
neoNr. mard Mrs. P. ii laughter, Gen Be.
chamna, lay.s searvat' Er Band..ruarey a
iest ,3t OrebeetU.S. A ca . Etsl re, C.
thee t lee. Tet y avM e th heat uspde aond
Sed stes.ts futll coatpant s, veete, poatd
othr elraotog to bofoundintheb Teyore
lngr, at New York ba eorld pt ies
real th called twp e of th ei.
The m oljto adderel sbcin te peolvedl
tw es A e tten a ce l os e upeeted.
he New Yk Tulb t tnoed, asa teo rsesd tot
Fre'h tAadem w th allowtgr inorm atior wit
rewgr oSl the e oret orf ee dain the rocte.e
he ly sat e ine'a watere i hee e volved th
man extenabealibvs p, or to trhe ountIty
gets hlewedy es deb tu, lwhr fis r'