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VW~~OLUMJC XVH, TUFO.R~DAY AR IRO, J. - , ,- .
VOU VI TU EBDAI· NO IMUO JANUARYAII 7, IM..:", .r~~CPtirr ·It THE OBE80Eg DISPATUOEL nEoN waun rerm. Preseed.es of oewee-Zesenesae. Pr epeaslee-Thabb o Neaerial Eeee Tabled-The Pre*demt's Anitel tie/ a e d as a Yee w. r s.gae-* U.am P -d -he russe-laeees Ue meodm arind am YanePome peIr s esees e the Leeso -heo em eeseo of the plobse esm -Tea h ewb dtatement-NadbSm Neve De tpa Znetement espea-Peeest Se be pened. WASomrITOw, Jan. 6.-Bowue.-A vmaity of bills aud resoltes were ltrusoed, among them: To create a local seoambeet tor's office at Cairo, Illinois; to make St. .is ourt, a port of del very ; to eathe l se of courts ef reosrd to admlsler athe in beak ruptoy. Upon, of MieMr . introdeced a rentics directing the cormIitae em meonrleton to In quire into the expedlency of tsehersg the seve ral Constittilonal conveantiu eleetad mer the reconstruction sets, is the States lately i rebel boa to appolat all civil odeu whether iate or county is raid Btes, to set mprly until the State Costittions shall adopted there sad lcers shall be bhoses ad q d to 11 samid offices, and tbah for this eurpes maid ea ventiosm may remove all civi oMlers sew anti to smi States, etc. Boatwell. of Massachusetts, moved to mend th resolutles, by d g-'a tstra the ree. strctios oeammitde to Inqiote Is te d .of s.thisisg the gaenerl the amyt doi oleesl for service in said States; else to inde into the expediency of couastia sald each a asepwra mlot"ry rtrtet orif of the geerale the army; ad oseas to the nx ediency of proiding aditional legdlatiee to pere the elective franchise to all; ead also to declare by set of Congress that the previsional governments set up o mid States by rder of the cting president are not repplos forms of government." Ups acoaeped the amendment. ('handler, of New York, moved to lay the whole subject on the table. Not agreed to. Yes 28, arys er. The resolution were then adopted. :ldridge olered a resoities of theks to tin. HIencock, t acordsee with the president's me a. Tabled--85 to 28. Washburne, of Wiscessin. gard a reeelntl. declaring that the HoBo l eedemu s the conduct of Andrew Johnson, at presidet of the United BStates, for hi action removing the gallant soldier Gee. 8fieda from the semaud of the lth military disrltt; and that the taske of the Hose are du Ge. ret for his letter of August last ceedemantgihe set of tihe emd acting president for his removal olf Bretpy Stanton. as well a for the indorsement of G. Sheridan is relation to alirs to the tats of Texas. Adopt td--eas8l, nays !S. A bill aking eight hews a day's work, was pesed. The measure epeadtiong the payment of bea tes o pied the Hose to adjurnment. a-A memorial was presenated favoring a temhip line bee for Liberia. One by Smner, from the A &en of Ea both City, North Carolina, t that the land ownrs were driving them fro leads their n dustry had purchased. aad redress. Norton, of ladiemaltroduoebll compelling full prosection for vielati.s of the revenue laws, and forbiding compromles. The case of Mr. T e, senator eleot from Maryland, was taken up sld daml d and post ioaed. The cotton tax came uprd waspostpoed nail to morrow. assbill. Adjourned. Thknon will reepen egtalin on cottos claime. The prenmre to ploy gres on e geeral rebeilding of the ippi levee. is beoomg strag. Nambrleas letters re lved by om clai urging It. I he state department has ef1olo advises of the feegutlon of the tyooon of Jape, tn favor of th mihado. Some excitement prevails in that eon try to consequence. Osasco and Biago were to have bee opened on the BSet of January. he opening of Teddo and a port on the west coast is defond until Ap. The prsidt hs reeelved a dispatch from «'±e h meday, vic Martin, h -shot The debt staement wll not be isame u,.. to-morrow. Internal revetue receipts to.day, 9013.000. IReceipts of customs for the week, $2,000,000. FROM XONTOXEIT. Order by Se. Swarne-usepeasesn eo a CIle eist OCert Jodge-The (IN* Theseef. MomouMrsT, Jan. 6.--ea. Swayne today is sued the following order, which was posted on the door of the office of the circuit court clark for this county : HIBAquaIrIs DIeRIaCT or ALABAMA, Department of Civil Afaire, Moatgomdry. Ala., Jan. 6, 18t8. C. IL Hbberd, se., Clerk 1f tasOmLr is Osars oNr t some ? Oma : hear Fir-By commead of the brevet major general cemmanding, you are hereby suspended no clerk of the Circuit Cor of Mo tgemery county, and will accordingly ceas to perform the duties of such office nti furthe orders. I am, str, very respeetfully, yaour obedient servant, a. c. oaans, Brevet MJr, U. I Army. A. D. C. The following are the reasons for the iaspe slon of Mr. BHubard On Satrday a comphlant was Sild i the o0oe of the elerk of the Cremat Court by Jobha T. Mor. asa, attorneoy at law, for a perse amed Prak W'illises, who claims the ms of 1i0,000O as county. The imp~l nmeattoo~ poe dalg last year. On tbhe li of the comp ant, the eierk of maid court, Chas. . oHubbud, ., nssued a am mionI, commandlrg heit er to summon Waer Brwayne to appear at theb next term of said court to sawer the complaint of said Wil. liame. As it wars thoght that General twajse would leave Ssday mornig, Mr. I~b. bard directed the sherif, if General Bwayne could not he found at bhadquartrs, to go to hit private room mad serve the procem on him. The sheriff executed the summons, and on Moaday morning Mr. Hlubbard received the order mopending him trom the further diecharge of kli duties. PLs.WA, Jan. 6.--Tbe white man's meetilg to. day wes one of the largest ever held li the county. Desoluton were adopted declareing sagilt negro ihage and te C(stitutio pe* posed by the late preteaded eeveno e were made by Gen. Clouten of Nonegmr y se.. Morgane l e. Ale. White ad W. P. F Ietyned, of DIllme coauty, sad ehs. Dele ates were appoente& to atted thie coamtreae at Molgomerat, ad a Demomttic slb for Dallas county was formed. The utmost harmony sad entlhieaf prevalled throughout the procmadings. IBOW .uuRWui PrA. Sot-uwar Pace, Jan. -1l A. v.-Wind moath east ad rmt . e arometer 30. Arrived: DlU ahlhp 0. N. Cairs, Brodle, salt to Weed, Low a Ludwiges. Schooer Salvador ealed aup. ,euvnwrs P~s, JUa. 6, r. 3.-Wind 8. 8. E. ight. IBrometer 30.t1. Arrtved-ritsh ip Zetiand. ean mustery ao of o lt to J. U. Rob. isea; brk I n, Toeb master, geural orgo to Andglo D reese. Sotvnurroux, Jan. L,- Ire Teuosas, from New Oried e aretn b e ly. Passe, Jan. 6.-Laer uispM*5a e avin the Vrlb tnepe quomasterd mel. Foaras, e omnuo, le. 6.-A haey e-nismy atorm presvals Cecaineat, Jan. L- itDlb eui dry eeda, thled. rerc~ h, Ns. stnehaor. SAnwm a, e. e..-&. . ..-t. .imt - - n'sety esi mpsote t; dm6 tO dep f hten easmat a wleart. toh ne eeis iost bin .ens s ugs ýagrees. baepg a at Iimeb waaustiss by Are on 3d . Las $U 0. N. inerame. The 1reb piss ted hav v bero ieemilary. deedw d e _, aeepid eth Diispat~U. Sd oo. Jas. 5.-The Court from Is ieaesemstiseds thum addingW a" rr k Swirese Wadoo~tt8 Soba Is appetd Jmpasees wewdurl 11 n dat afppekamdIot fM kind. HAVANA. Jam. 5.-4-The British steamer Daueb heas erved wa later Moxsoou news. Tbs Yiteas espedMom has bees abamoesed. Dees wued me goversment that every previou , MWIe adbd beem defeated. W O easr are le ft A ight It set The Yaests revolutfto is ireasig, and sere muties have seocered msn g th government Irsops. lownox, Jan. 6, Noems-Coamols 92+024 ; beads 726. Lzraroo., Jae. -Nla.s.- Cotton op std. ales es aed as 11,11 halec- adli e LaVw is.. 6-Afteroos--Cottou not so active. w7iant sed IA talbs Lard Tallow 4 ns. 4d. Lonnon, Jas. 6-vening.--Coaola, 924@92); Boeds. 724. Fwixvoat, Jam. 6.-Bonds. 761. LivinrooL, Jan. 6-EveIs m.-- outto se r; price unachamnged. Common e, . 9d. Nzw Youa, Ja. 6.-Cottes dull; prso de ollned i p. Flor in fair demand-Stat, 08 90 11 ; Booutera, $10 40$15 00oo. Whsat irmiU. eors dull-Weste mised, $1 39t51 40. Oats buoyant; large speesative laqir ad prices have advanced I ; Western, 86074. ess Pork, 821 00. Lod 4 . Groceries quiet and tody..Tbrpnetia, 5O52j. Roasin, 82 874 ®8100. Freights imer. Naw Your. Jan. 6.-Flour 5Q10e. better. Wheat firm. Corn ashabde higher. Bye quiet. Oats exeltd--lSe. better. Pork $21. Lard steady at 124l4,. Cotton is lower; middlhy uplands 16je. Freights firm. Stocks active but lower. Money 6@7 per cent. Sterlblg 110f 0114. Gold strag 1350134. Bonds, od, 166 ; new 104f. NWw You, Ja 6.-Fve-tweties of 1862. with coupons, 108; of 1864, 1051 ; of 1805. 1061: of 167 1041. Ten-forties 1014. Seves.thirties 1041. -treasury balance, $97.000,000. Law Youe, Jan. 6 - Later. -Goveruments elosed steady-fve-twenties of '62, with coupoes, 108. Virginia sizes 45. Tennessee sixes 584. Money plenty; discounts quiet, 7®9 V cent. Gold 1351. Btocks active sad strong. . Moml., Jan. 8.-Cotton market closed quietand firm. Middlings 4144 . Sal.es 000 bales. Re cepl ts for two d 4680 Car.rnsro, Jam. 6.-Cotton dub and lower. Sales 400 bales-middilngs 15j116c. Receipts 400 hbaes BSAVAN sA, Jan. 8.-Cotton opened quiet and steady. beteled du with adeelime. Middlings lI4e. Sales 1412 bales. lleoelpt 3848 bales, MIILT&=IUr tOWl. F0rT h DAY. Thes who asnleetd to atted the three bes in five race Suday, over the Metairie Cous, missed pee of tim ~ mes ever run over he Metairie track, and sb tantamount to saying that It was one a the beet ever run ml Ameria. The track was better condition than as say previous day of the were meeting. nd the light showers which ral, prior to the srlg gIe, had meoes l m g ei lasu(r er. No rail feu iaftp -eememeeat ef the rahe. The setru were as follows: Peoria Boy. alas Jack Gamble, Jr., 1N llie Gwynme, Flora Temple and Joe Johwnson. First Heat.-Tbe signal for saddling wesgives ,t tht wal bhor, and the four nags came up, lU ..p , e,.. A t ta of the drum Joe led te way, seeping it flail re l-u,-- . hac stretch. wbenlellle ade a rush at him a passed him, coming in an easy winner, Gamble seel, Joe Johnston third and Flora Temple distanced. Time-1:56. Second Heat.-Joe led off gain, but was for touate in set being overhauled by either of his rivals, eltbough they pressed him pretty bard, putting him to the fall bent of his speed; Nellie see , Jack Gamble third. Time-1:564. Third Heat.-The start I this heat was a bad one. Nellie, this time, was the first from the string. Joe nrUing himself to the utmost to cateh up with her, whic h e inally did in the back stretch. sad drew slightly ahead; but this was what Nelle wemlda't pat up with, and she accord ingi dashed afterhim, collared and passed him. coming Is wi er of the heat; Joe seoond and amble third. Time-i:57. Fourth eat.--Nellieo i got the start of the others this beat. Gamble hard after her, and Joe playing tbhe waler. On the back stretch, Gamble made play with the mare, whiob amiable example was soon followed by Joe, the latter forging ahead of both his competitors, and then quietl faliag beck to his ild position A the rear. His rider evidently saw that the mare's game was up, anad his tactics were to let Gasble take a hat, trust. leg to the tremeads bottom of his own nag for winrng the reae. His jodgment was correct, for Gmble cam in winner, Nellie second, ad Joe a lsophilctrd. Tlime-l:5). ~J eat.-NeMts , this hbat, hbad largely the adntage in star O the back teotoh Joe broshed up and get ahead of the liveld little ra ; but ear the ha le Nelmle el reuamed the ee ; but on the home stretch Jack GaOble mede sn ehbbltion of his powers, took the lead and kept ItNellie ecoud and Joe third. Time, 2:01. Sifth Tat.--lt now seemed to be the general opinion that Joe Johnston was to be the winner of t re. He took the lUead, keeping It throughbout without dihiculty, coming in first, Jack secend ad Nellie third. Time !:01l. ,rerth acd DTteidag Reot.-Joe tobok the lead this et agane, but wu lapped by the mare, sad led by her to the head of the home stretch, when his Jockey let him out, when he passed her easiy, coming home fret like rolHnln offi log. auab got iahead of the mire, bat hd no show against the ndemitable Joe Johnston. Time--2 01. Ibhis race was of much more tha sual ainterest. The horses were admirably matched except so far as botto-m we concerned, In which quality Joe Johnston was usapproaebable by his com petitors. The perormancee of this horse darlog the present meeting have o far been remark hli Th two t . bus .wer ,ws l the dark." the jodges and speelatermbarely seelag 3h rised wher they started and after they came in. )Inxs osi aou-Wr*w Ozia* udar, Jan. 5, 198. J. Crictad eter (MI. Wreke's) Jor Jn,. ..,5 by (Ieohood. dam Judy by Sav.er.i. Ds.eisrdad wrhite................ ......3123311 C. it. I,,eeub mlte (Win. hady'a Prim, Bq,, aia·s Jak 0emie. Jr., edigree uawkw Drm ars i 3.................... ...23S 1 1 ar aA es a Ci, Ia mv erl. - sW t mlfie 4 Cl, Ufc O, y I, .. Ia e •,h rle an d........................ .Disaae Tlme-l1:5, 151, 1:57, 1:59, 2:014. 201j, 2:011. uFIF AND AST DAY. Alth gh the weather yesterday was sveriie as that of Apri, and the aide whtok eeudds from the southwst in lowering prosty to mother earth gays sasleferssle tarbedimp ad ahevy raib nL u wer of ase1i mequtews fl after one o'olk. Thl stan was gay wit h brillet coles we b Ithe besu ewe, sad t atteda e t ao a se of the tart wasr oelderably beyond the average of the eytr maek. .r pre ase, It ereks almeet a ceualtlsm Am eal tC meh et the new year Whesm, la the pew is as green as emeraM, new leaves me puskg berth vigrsewy en k bedn and earbbey, tha$ s arwe Ig aeh Other, san a weB m ai garb of . oneshsh t w t mese to kbe at her Ilrrcdr 'ir fer beateaboes, whisk e were S5a, the IesAer e es i a b , a sd ithe l se s al ti g .o L p merck, Polo, Da ·ceen 5 . hick 5---- was tB utesie. The dram t see them d*l wit lestLgeei smr lesek Creek led dome as has olnketk t ra ' y i1 - 0. 11 the awoed mile o made lay the advaag ,te Safter a pretty herd o mdm sh u tte - ea the remalsdr c1 sees, wm ha e for the eeecoa m., ste 6$3 er the rd l the PW00 for lth forth: total 6SM Umarek hea doe all e ptleas the ho t hom he as ad mle ad retired to his stae. Vek Creuk pred bat a lggard after his eat of wslag the hrs , ad owed that e et a od s his lg as the nymphs that tribp tath elght fa testis tes t . rles thaer enthaeir. Mary Win made sa gilsatstrgglethroeghout, but her emrts were vn, whilst Dallas exlted no nterenst In the mlndsof the speetjem, as t wt seen almost from the Jump that ie -od a. chase of wising my pestle of th pIn. hosres same past srin a the sfurth mi in the felowlseridet: Vets Stt,Chiasmaga thre lengt huh l im. My W s ahet a di tIece bebind her, third, Dlls a bed rth, ad elask Crook a s~t wee rem guard. Time e:Sj. Timed ast mis, 2.0; seeed, l4: third, 6:26; fourth, 8:284. This race cosisted of mile heats, for beates horses; wad 4'- lire Temple. t years d ,;gas e oeae . easee old; Peoria Boy, 4 years old; and .Tem, t., S years odd. The general Interest tered in he two last. (We premise here that the joekeys, or at least two of them, wore dieret colteors from those set down In the progratmme-which was a cas of eodsoees to a gret meoy pers-as this reporter included-danrlg the It best.) The ist beat was eloely eastuse hbetween Peoria osad AgsDoneven. Peoria Boy com i Ian , Plora Temple distanced. Time, The nse hod eat was a beeastel one. Jeanle led the party-now nsrrowed down to three Peori Boy second, ad AreA third. Thu they went around, th Boy and Au swap place now and then, and a s tkrdy effte to eatch up with Jenae, but theatter old not "uase it in thse lamps," and came in a andy winser, the Ape seead, end Boy third-s!i three pretty well together. Whilst the horses were cooling of 'ad pro paring for the bent, tere was ageed deal of e tin` oa the Boy and on Jennie bat Anes seemed to be left oat in the cold. At thestet $ the d best, Jenne again took the lead, fellowed by Ages, the Boy trling. At thpbeltfnlepst the two flllys were neck annd sck and the Boy lee than a length behind. uiamig' Into the home stretch nobody could tell th wiener, for a they came clattering up unoder whip and spur, they all seemed on a parallel. Jeasis, however, woe the hardly coutested heat aend ree, Peoria Boy second, Agnes Doaevan third. Time, 2:021. sTnrAnr. -rlual Con.-cNewv Oslm., p~day, Jam. 5. 1 S. Fffh sad Lahst Dn. Frsr. Rac--Duh of m4qies-Puare l00--Firnt ile lead air be to ,oeeivy0: . mile leading hersbI); third mile 01, sad feerth mile $700. C. It. l-ecomb eter Wm. rad's ech h Vetoyo re' old by latsgis. Dsihav b i. +i o 1,ra Wbite ........ ....................... 1 G. A sems eaters . Idesse's c c. Ce4tls O.tnt, byº Jatk lOsle. Dasm AithIby AIbies, a yem & Dress--le sad hW.e .......................5 H. B. Foley rters Mr. ieCap' eh. . ,M yrWyw by Jark BMal.s Dar Panbme by L l ae,h 4 years old. Dre -Whe ad ................ 3 M. D. Drinietr enes Von trU'ill b Lh .b 2d SoverlS. Dam by Brewa Di)k. Dsreeo--e nd ed .................................... .......... B. D. riner esr teln Wa. Cottrill b g. B,eA" Crt', by Diel ose, Dam by Albhm, 3 yes old. Ds-eld ad Rod........................... J. Crichard eater Cel. Nilliea's b. k Bimarrk by lax. If # , de hmrr 4q. srl~e*. end, l Dwae .-l d hi ............................... 1 3 Time-irat mile 03 sad 4:12; third &$I Tme.D-1 :596-.6oJ2m:02. L mada s s ya.speiýke . Lorox, Jan. 5.--The Torkih government as.ks En)ish protection ea inst RKuii.. intr'ues. -aIte. snea. Nap. sThe tmoop are well, b3t army bill, and asserts that the relations between -rlnc e u d Italy w .ver more stis ·tory, Dbut feso the e~bet of the mischievou rumors r.erding the new Iallnn ~b..e 1 Loanoi, Jan..S.--Te nlw tista gernment m atr Nsw Year, Janl 6,-Arrivede-G...• shisSas goesn, Golf 8tream and Gen. Brnes. En stlish protetion against Russian Ittrigues. he ships of war epeditone in s ned at Stras, awarme vtinel withouteler. Th tpaoopers. Coredel, brut the hores are dyi e. o PAnts, Jan. 5.-The Consthtatlonnel denise that the emperor urged the corps lgati to preamss mosthe army bill, rnd assment. Anrts that the reltion betlow ee rathnce gasd Italywors t rengtoever more rsatisfactoryd. One but fears the prit of thesoners miis wehievo knowForss. regardTwo meetings the nekee Itrelian Cabiert. o the late e .ploeion nave b een prevted by thell Nit Ys r, Jated . .-rre e d-steamshdg Sera goen establ, Gulfished betram ad Itlyn. Barnes. Debatst English mail ades stooare bethat fe Bon Ish ships of war had one in othersh of a straed armed vesse ofl ithot legalt papers. Commnder ofid advell ships n ommialo have bs ordered to adoptn peer necessahiry precaution, specaily at night, to protect ships from insidious attks. lingrd bon people to rse launcd take to be kept on duty. Th .-e damoppg toped in streams iMetrost lfjared by Jompe from wndo tempt to blo .p ts g. o.rts, Ji .rrngton .-Arriv slted. One r of the priUneron and ellmenoses. . Twed into omet nght bo Cegros between IBraerhn ito the and Coelombii. Nobody was hprted byt tohe been paabli ppsbeesion GaOs ad Ital. Thcalled Debt prdeess to ruiy troophbis e berlng ofn Aerated uo frm LG erpcL ol, hfroot r er •a the cs of eamer Mono rs New York.mned st medth brs rof ur crt sc eeta. ths prooL as iAvn preou d, ad i, from New York. , Tbhre ds Mar y Aicted, marya er aoer, from honor fn New York, put in leo alo. , a HallinA, Jon . pop .-lAn d mpt wte dlae to Crc the. es. of .-the da Cypr to the tmaoy. l'udlultru, Jsau c .-rrrined: beenehipo Sisr of te noia and AILace. IonWsO PASS, Ja. . , e. x-r temoti an tred ineto lst it by, fres. b en Bah allsy : atemsppse C Cbs, gal Mby de iald Anerm Dved, r fm Loverol. C hdem e, BeBe & re., Pet st ,r r o sle ikaefnms ta tw rl-. ma Liingtt end V, frm t bN w Yorks. T mbi gMay An, Maal m ter, arom y s, e, t.5 ,. -A .ttmptwas mrard to bur-n e ssof btrthe le, Cypr ne Cempny. e wi- r bertal f mpoe of mdse, bber and eendl a * Msrl .t e. a " Widsew.est, fresh aid:llee ad eed :te nCb, ea. Meals and .xoui e LsQuOa- 01 bdolu 3re-ke .k -- - am.eemas, Dnn in.-.A *eematpae*r i cew us Lmel httim , wl Will' ' a II acto r as l betr Slits AlN wish alls a of and bI, huIuiereaser." M alo bstkeppmasi o be as ee hkewouastblaess ar dhmk seer as N0,3646014Ot "" yý1d gats do setpn tie vi10of w Thoeare tow b ldgd and mutacrd to STwsm . rhd powertm s. b bs bostes Soassume, en soe m se hbea" Omat pr ie ponsd de fse the wish who had livel dar p sse baed A e breee aut sd s at half two o'eLoek, ma gpreery eo mer of o Deer sao and stireet.e o? , Mlr. Ju Brephs, ad eat comIeme the is Ex-a. Chstea hademeas, of OMeis, la the commences to present a sigy appearamne. Joe Jeerse will appear next week at the Varities. It is mereod, too, dat Eva Breat sd the Clloe tops may asetly e looked or at the Acdesy ef Musi c. e Or s* for the Belief of Jeý ish m sal Orp celebrated i a very Iteredlng mannr on e day, in the ball of the esutehe Company, e Blenvill stroet. Mr. Beery BestIe who et ked M ý. Cayome 3w TYte'b lai. s irel i. yesterday to obhlef'sa, W . . n Change hve cemmeseed ia the sbese len, and it is mrored that mne wil eer this week. The temperaturo esterday, as s•to by C. Duhormel's thermometer. mrn of Utale Chartres streets, was, at 4 o'clok A. 1., 9 de. greeI ; 12 o'clock x., 7 degrees; r. x., 7T do grees; 6 r. x., 76 degrees. Tn FaPm TO-DAv.-To great iasts fie om. menees to-day, and will be oposed with asdlems benedction by Archbshop Odi. Grand asleal exercises by the choir of the St. Loi Cathedal aseinled by a lumber of able profteinal al amateur performers, end directed by the maitre de chapel of the Cathedral, Mr. Dubo. Father Reelon, the ditinguished P·rsl.m palpit orter who accompanied the archbishop on his return from Europe, and has been a dlag at the asthedral, lately, will delver a dMcoarse ia French. amd the annual address, in English, will be given by the Ron. James . EBast. Virarona.-Ameg the exeareloists who ar rived at the St. Charis etal on Seaday, we notice the names of L. M. Flouraoy, preeidet of the New Orlesas sad Ohio Railroad, ad everal gtleme, diretors of the road; Ha. J. W. onaer, mayor of Padacsb; number of the councilmen of that city; Col. M. Morton, Col. George Moorman aend family, of Mississippi, sad a large number of laUles. A~~nTL ILrcTrone or me PFnmN's CHARI TAILs Aueocuvrox--.The Firemen's Charitable Associatton beld their annul oeletions last night, lase N. Marke prolding, and Walter V. Crouch escretar•. lssuN. Marks was re elected pesident, mad Justice G. U. Braughn vice preldent, nuanlmously; A. Depremont was re-elected treasurer also •salnomoly; and OGe. Delamer, of No. 24, was chosen secretary Francis Rawk, of Pelican No. 4; A. G. Bryce, of No. 18, sa 8amsnel Barnes, of No.9, w re elected the Seae committee. For boau d of commseloeas, . . Mars, A. T. a w, Charleus Bemd, Henry Beasen and A. E. was were ehosea. The electia for chief engineer was hardly eo. tested, ad a choice was not made tU the fifth ballot Th candidates were James H Wingeld, of No. 2 J. Lelner, (the presat Ienbt)of No. 1; Tjomes O'Coner.,of No. 5. i P. c Caloh of No. 14 the latter of whom was estsedf the 'llot wre ao I eaes l.et. B.e.. TIbe Polts. pm. wltgttM......... 19 m le le rLs................. .. 5 ,er.. . . For assistant engineers the followig were elected: John Gauche, of No. 6,for the First Distlct; in Faith, of No. 21. for the of Beek sm The assoeition will meet next Medhiy ~ election of phybicians, apothearles, seaste, Ote. PAL! owr A RAcE.-Between the ad mled race of the meeting of the Jokey Club, on the Matairie Coarse, yesterday Col. James Neillgan adjudicated the renowned bay horse Whale, by Voucher out of Dolphin, by imp. Leviathan, to Mr. Michael Brennan for the sum of six hundred and fifty-five dollars. Whale is a well known racer, remarkable for having never lost a heat or a race. He is now only thirtae years old, ad looks in oe trim, worthy of his pedigree, being of the same stock as Giantess, sister of Dolphin. Mr. Brennan can coesider that he has mades br gain when he bought Whale. Coeoxra's TQserms.-The coroner was called upon yesterday afternoon to bold an inquest upcn the body of a man who bad shot himself in the Third District, whoe name we were unable to learn. On 8aturday last Peter Berger, a German fifty years of age, who made a livellhood by chopping wood back of the olty, hung himself in the swamp, about two miles from the Bayor Bridge, on aturday last. His health was feeble, and hi widow says that be wet bitten by a dog about a year ago, since when he hao been subjeetto men tal derangement occaonallny. An inquest wet held by the coroner, yesterday, upon the body of Mrs. Mary Amadeo, a native of Ireland, atd Utirty years, the wife of Nicholes Amadeo, remidinal at 79 Rampart street. She had been treated by Dr. Cohen, as a cholera patient, but having upon her body a number of severe bruasee it was deemed proper that an inquest should be held. The bruises were inflicted by her hubosband, who best her asverey on Friday lut. The next day she was taken ill, and she died on eunaday. The post-mortem examinoation was made by Dr. bIarat, city physlcieu, and wa very thorough. He ebuld find no evidence that the blows had been iatrume•tal in caning death, ad esolaided with Dr. Cohen in the conviction that she had died of cholers. Although her husband, such being the fact, casnot be proetd for theo bomoide, Sbas been rrsted dwill be beld to as so. cemt fr his violame. The body of William Dudley, a seama from Salem, Mass., who fell overboard from the ship Reed about four weeks ago and was drowned, was found in the river yesterdsy, near Mandeville street, and a inquest held by the coroner, re sulted in a verdict of ceideonal drowning. PLtn SrIoan To an SrtLo .-Blobard Ken aer bhas deposited witb Becorder Gastlnal * silver goblet, a silver ait and pepper asrioe mad two slIer spoons, in a case, alln of whideh e took from a man a Caol street, on Saturday, who was e -o0nn g trm e l ha o u .ih, r o~ & p i have stolen them. AroIssvxrr ow Ax ALDnxsAw.-The fo'low nlg order wet yesterday Iaed from head quartets: BHADQtrARrts, FrrT MILITARY DSaTRICT, New Orleans, La., Jan. 6, 1818. Speclial OCrder . 2. brtistan Schneier is hereby appolated a member of the Board of Aldermena of tse city of New Orlesas, La., vice A. D. Griefl resigd. By command of Major Gea. Haeock. o1no1s .. HAUserrv, Aim AWae. emsel. Ez.craso or Orrtcs.-At a meeatimg of the New OIras Typographdal Utiec, held an day, JanNry 5. 1868, the folloing geatleme were electel eleera toste dite ensug si moet: d(eaed 8th m ; J.D. lwis, vise presleet; Joke 5. latenat urIe tay; J.O. Wit., beneke I. Htallr tre e ~srr ts a hm krWi s. am*. the--- io . et titheles, - s vwIde Ima, S. :N , .. to Ws. s Bae-tl it. ohage -.f lae -- o elderae s 1 ee last h ws ,o he at, sad ts name e i sar Drarnacs Co v-Aa. dp &spes, a;.. oThe gra Jry Ya in te smie. batisit- s.e --tmeaal were lisohared nag tom leerow, boomm, m, seemsed o Tape, 1$l .r ed lrmatio g the with ateliheg weanng apparel ensam. valued t0t. fies A,.l J o h l e a .g w a se wete a n d e e e vWete Ye t ,e wrd a o f twenty*s e dollars omr Th ditarit attorney re. t ole v. q tohe celdocr asin e:. a Ovl ee tnoaS ieet of issp tah Iroperty .1 b Inbo m nan e.y of a number of valale ertlete fr , the redi Mea of b ejai ed n e of Fr--k-- in Lid Giorg. d Io . ioo Escotmn GAuTNeL's Cov.-Jsae, 0oeoeed, was eai d atorday on a car of asses temlig ato saob gtenest iof A. eitty, at thoeem iner of aoaIisstte , on tie nlght of the tith utimo, l the emoe was set bef ore t o val ua Dirlet Coeurs Madm Deea u, anmled for oeetemtof oev tIg ig t was eth tenc o, theo Jea John~ a ialas IAlJx Gles, Geo W.Wheelh and Albert Pasert, arrested as "dogere m suspiclona charaeters," were sentoned to the Workhose for anhety days. r George Pay, i weto sad Xy, oewa e have been arested oa a ehe a be na beloglug too . Ula , a gMuis last, and T eeth m enM I sel valued l at38. 5115.ag to Mhecharget nk ala ai* e ald i h , two bruetphlae ea other articles fomfet lawfs, colored. Acoitad pleads galit. Cas thed for the 2. The ewee rof Cord tro give heed. withea of Margaret Culligan is charged with atenllug 816, bzzltng. will be tried on the 11th at one o'lock. Bail 83000. Fos mra FAm.-On Sauday we vistel the ex teadove cigar mafaotery of Mr. Geo. Alc6s, on Rampart treet, est below the Place d'Armes, h order to examla. the ese of cigars wheb he has prepared for exhibtion at the great i PFair, and of which we had hard a great deal said, with regard to the beauty of the case the rare exellence of the cigars. We were very far from belag dlssppoeted. The ca se el[f Iof spleedid workmanship and of wonderfl ingenuity; and as for cigars, we can safely may we have never seen better made cigars of the moot celebrated breads from Havana. When folded, the case is about four feet long and two and a haltf i width and depth. When opened out, it is about five feet ion breadth, and its toogether as nicely as any desk or ecretairo in the United States tressury department. This care has three comportuente, eah eaetalanng nearly 1500 cigars. On either aide thee made of Connectieut or ouisiana teeo-a the eter. o? the purest Veta Anj. Mr. Aids selecnted .owe out of each compartmentand hrlsg shaken them together, offered them for oar aeleotioe. They were so pecisoly imlr, that, alough perlenced judges, we tried he vain to dietinguigh one from another. There r the Rega l ry, Manolis, Begali Dritamie , otheehl ad 14 meoa. TIe box (which is of rich maegay, lined inside with Cuban eddar,) sad Its contents have Mtood Mr. Aode he th -Iof * 10-a mag* tleect votive oferig at eua State lair, for whi obb e deservee greet esea juiinsiead hberal merchat and masu . l rivals will Sad at very dcelt to carry off any of the prlnes to e given for the beat samplee h the cigar line. A Can.- Under this headingflegh xoaee, eq., pblisbe a ard to the e~t that he has bought out the ntoerest of hl pter, Mr. B. cKenna, d noiw ol psorolkitor of the old eatabliahed tiand for the aie of soda water and mead, at 83 Bt. Charloa street, under the Masieic Hdll. Tie peele of ew Orlei all how that Mr. McKee' soda water aad meal are the beet ever sold n this city, stree ea ug to make one uleena, oly *ede ge abve t freeslag an slways fresh. Psahlen's emell domtu at the t oth lishmenat of Grreta& Baitker, No.5 1tM c DoLasmn'es Col.Lsone.-Merohasts sI bdlmc m me--n gnerally, bet mere particularl yeU o wbo desir te learn a practical bosioe eluesot, are referred to the bohe Commeeial Ceabge, et the coler of Camp sd oeme staees, which hasm bee le seeassral earael for aup wead aofo oarte years. in t the eld t oem thofo hlyMid with the oe th ad iti Ne thelesiee of mr ate s. This lmthe clea set l h a, a oe rt i telet. lSad e h r eac hee w dess a ithe ese e adsedn, lessge. are ale. Oc~Hsh~e~t as w~or a das eel judghe fares Vtcl ~ro Y.rC do huluwsoTno oppupm, m *twtv avee tbn oq~e, ~n trrina Pwloa· Teassts es j b am Preeliwas i t9ar mas. - -re, s" bnthe pi," eWe n-e g y t the Rera d. (Parbss) wsamsseFup ent omPa a ere at be b bd- s that ae aema~ 1smthlIaato e e rf w, le(earehe i ldel s l -alad . is o t et aa w n5t. u ,o P ggta o Tl o t a omp e a t ae e Utr* Oje - otw~sbee tSidep 5 t att t ato b el o sa hat MIt pe.eet* wla u at 1 e-ceart eer MoVwhm 1,- l of aeao. oeo mate ma N the "Trip t ato" orb o thb amles wedesr, adltest evening. ohm the a abpi.E wishre the huefegsh the newly sea re t tweentrtber g A as t etr r. Csna as moTa "laesk -! wto - of the preo netalot wh tn f U o i whih the ar en n tateb Ither l , attl barr, a Dive. a mdraik. The esl.p i e eII b a hf culftg e htriea maoerbespo a e othe erbme weeaer the alld tuf mo mlatoresso the Sesa other oudtsmTes are to iapaid "aa p Isp e U w les hl t i t to seithpblao .< egsadm h A. Lcllsarin vl, eueel in 5aiinU St be torh l ha oas owll b rea wined vioe p tespi s ore a r o ae dothers oadt tem ý . l. ahei basicrdue arm.a es. ty Gel ,S atio n eat the rre otaaeto i e wUho the motmtk aeof whesk - the re e thie. aem rtosk r ed espi atthe lt gi eess beeps is e at[ .down athough all have been messred a noxs t as. oarl men lthea o .h bureau will o aelseed is thatees a56s wella mb o Tearei. No o hem wil e reale is sat oom De.aloerr. Ta Gausar No rsu ar Net Yo lr. r·ousuuss.-The New TYrk oo9raapealsat oO Phlaelphls Ledge. witN a the 2th OI, tO e m oti s meeat eat pellroee e all Jtrs re sp he aA_ L rames 4' r s hmrt qt amorantsg tgaees pr Ii** wre I eealls , sad tothealiespe feat laters bel e ed hst vIca predst dem ',a os crstmaoree arte bol eeteks -r, -qe~ri e ~ r~WS