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S-THER. NEWU t
VOL VII. WEDNESD&Y MO1ýRNIN JANUARY 8, 18 8. ..
FLUID EXTRAqCT "UCHU.
A PORTS AgeO nW' amW®T
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Reio memeey, Uemtr aof Brambs.
Wek Semi. Trembila
Detum ot Mhiasr, Webedimm,
mHeeel of Tiera, PldSm tIho sebt,
Drsaes of Me loe, nbal s i. as Vl,
selmrne o.ledse, elis n reom sem
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o eumdi `. mLidsitths Sd.
-_P13Oro , PATUITr. IIZr TITM. Ise me
w h i c h as p ts ar aqua
bWho es sar baq ate ase hf.lmity fewed by thust
Whl de ems"
INBAMITT AND CONSUIPTION.
My we s et d the misof ths sdNetesg. but aoeg
Pwil efems. le rowr dtr thse las lpema. rd the mus
isy dl by Or mermssa boeNr ampl wmes to te5
hrtSh t the sstrles.
The Ceomes .aso oasdhil l
Resmies the ,md medias Is uiresgthem matd le gers tie
EILUUOL3W EXTRIAT QUCKU
iasrlabs des. A toli vii "emsw tbo mit sheptisaL
FEXALES! R ALW IENALESI!
Old wPSemps dlas, maTIes, o.r th s smeltig Mae
usgs!t la mary sretlm edl islr es
Tra arxAcr Or 176s1w
D emeea l d by asl met r..y. Is Oblesel or lts.
tite; Irreslrity; Palailasm er blrapse it OeCuenary
Zvmemailims; Ulsatesd Sihethemes hiss of we Usemra;
-em"eremer Whis; lhrUait. ed halr I mpI Olta tiad
dest to the ass, whether ariem iam Iideaties, rabite of
Dhulpets, irt w the Delus r C ep ofLtd I e gap.
NO IARUULY EOtLD = WIPTOUV IT.
Tabs so more bittern. mmcery or inaatesmmetela for
m plreaimt aod dagerwes dieesim. HrILIOLD'S
EXTRACT BUCHU AND IMPROVED ROSE WASH
CUM'r ICNCRT DISNASI
Im all their sta*e f M1tts epspees mg or eeh cah li diet,
so aeesamemiewce ad eoa speSm It smls a eueom do.
Mrsead gives dusegb to erbats. thesey remetag ibs.rs.
stes. psesetmis fad e.rvs Utiasemetbhe Uethra, alayr
a pamin sad ldemmiatts m beemniattiaeles itdleaeis,
m-d ospdftg all pelame., dllsmasd sad wam set maetsNr.
RWOUANIUI UPON TiOUIAOlD
Wh hae se the Wiethea qumr , amd whs bhe padn
heavy - ees to be md in ashrtS time, have Shld that they
.we dseceid. d thi the "pikes" hse, by the me of pie
ra edrigea . ban hmed p is Mse sqstem toI break eat Ia
a ameraated hema ad PSRllAPS £113R MArIA&O
Use BILIBOLD'U 3tXTRAOT U0O9arO Uaheimss
sad dieemras of tse URINART OIOAII., whether aeitig
I, MALE O PIMALS from what0ever es risltmaa
sad mo mtiter L. bew ag mluing. Dlsmees ofthkeorgamp
requtre tbhe aid of a dltr te
IiELMIOLU'W EXTRACT IWeU
a TRI KRAT DIURITIO.
And te emta to Lmhave the daird aeret is at idlee tee
whcbh it is reemmreded.
E-ideace of the med reliable mmd mepeaMeb dheradser wilt
sc·empaiy the meditc.
"PHuTRICIAI(," HIJASE NOTIOL, wen o mke rete
NELMBOLD'B EXTRACT BUCHU
I rempiedt o eahe. (iebe mad Jemlp enes, selected
with gst rare. Prepared is vams by
U. T. EEL, LOLU.
Prhctatal mmd As~YthlteChemist, and sis Namastaiirw .1
Dalmbold's Oaimol uePrations.
Phiadeilpbh . N. BDembid , whsbheisgmly avers, dish
a imjtIem dram, beut -s peceLy ,i eIe
HI. t. WLINOLD.
sw-a sad sabeohed thteeonotMsdey of Neoaber.
114 WEI P. B313r.I, Aldrmm.,
SiIah steed, alm Urn. VeadMoi
1PRICK 1 25 PR BOTTLE, O IIE I1OR 3 U.
bever do imy adreie meeny peaked them aeberva
sa.n Ad-esm Ibule la emideare is
H. T. HEWLBOLD'S
DRUG ASb calNICALT WAJlOUsI,
m. ..m..mv. Dew Tee, k.
OR H. T. UK OLD'S IIEDICAL DEPOT,
.WAKE3 01 U aNYnRFKT1e AD5 Wm S
Sh repetilses emeae by
H PLI OD'S 0331Kuul 1 iO LS
aELNUOLD' OGUlE mem VASE.
EId.ss mm e t ethe la ·r.a d laM
(e 3d iest dI n ml h Iter md emed
amIa WrD POa m
TUE OMZ0 DIWALmWIR
UAemae C em.m..ee. owm .Sio
Qabinet beg m-- a w "e$weemem.
wan em U--mW- ar mo a veme
-esesaems Mam h -Tse tea l st
-lmaso-est eummen ew.~ean awm
seesd art anLm e-5Wo Te ws a 1
11111I ee" H -be /.MOM mu slTer
Tome The m Peae astes ts Psas sa
wrea a sum a lem-,heio g map le -nso
$5wo o.A emmee omme eB, -640.
wo ad le l a d gi- a A ay e,
sug e i spr em toe iminm fems evsme.
00 a ammIMýee es a mee he O. e
Wamuses Jam. "-lewardt ib m retpot
tHoakes the gron de th B8to favored th mon
etrusie een ie the peeridsmt eviaed a dis
oth Ilmto Sowe r emve he " pmime.
it peomsseee the as fi p wer. Thie
blao taena. tamena d a t retfe
to sagnaemd the ema-stae jsNe Saites's
atism. The rp ort co ebats fe the res
i whtdAg the prpes aldsed s e ha
otbs esteta. ad stses n withd A s reft
the sseems s4 ot cemaeurk isss's aspeae.
nter T in f epedtag the m w of
Geu smrt rantd had a protracted
interview to-day at the war so.ebs
Wioe's bill, prtmoeste today, vacates the
ofn of governor, secretIar o f sta, treasurr,
controller sad surveys in esral of eo itr'.
Serar ewrd was before the Senate m
ttee oforeign elation regarding territorial
sacr i toi as. t .
benac stated in pCogress that there was now
four bdofd thoeaor, barrels of whisky ineur
htnraesl -ebm mrsepts todar M0M.
The debt statemeat shows $10S8,00,000 in coin,
and $25,750,000 In corrency i the treasury. the
public debt has inreased daring the month nerly
It is said that the prydent wt asdign Gee.
(ranger to command the senbdis-rict of
donate--Sumner introdseed a bill abolishug
the eastern, and extending the Jueridiotion of the
western district court over Texas.
Wilse introedued a bll, vace1goertela ooees
Gorm the ooveJtion to l
A hnesehfacstory dioussom aroses as to whether
the bhl peamd before the reaes helishing the
coler dbitie m ina n the District of olembla, was
law. Matter refered to the jadlory committee.
The eottos tax queslie was resumed ead after
a long argumeat end asaumberless ameadmete the
bill passed to the following elect: The ta h
suspended duig 1868, on cotte growv durin
that year. This supenIon Dot he bed
as to prevent thoe ruar levy of tax after 186.
The duty on now eotte imported ato the United
States from Apr 1st, 1868, to April1st, 1869, is
suspended. The bill ge back to the hen e for
Bovse.-p Reveane Ccm lgoser Wells's
b1 s epet M as payment of bounties
was resumed. An amendmeat referring the
claims of negro soldiers to the freedmen's bareau
for examicatloa, was adopted and the bill passed.
A bill for the sale of ron-clads passed.
hbe election committee reported to favor of
swearing sl Trimble from Keantuky.
A joint resolution for the sale of Chattanooga
rolling mill prperty was referred to the commi
tee on military sihire.
A bill preveating whisky tax frauds was intro
duced. It forbids the withdrawal of spirits from
bond under any ciroumetances ntil the fell tax
I paid. Passed.
The House went into committee of the whole
on the state of the Union: when Oury spoke in
favor of paying the public debt in legal tenders.
The followleg tere amog the amendmente to
the eotton tax bill which were voted down is the
enateo: Makig the tax one cent per pound on
the crop of 1868 rolieving unsold and uneom.
tracted cottom o 1867. This was lost on the
ground that it would opem the door to universal
swindilag. Meaking t tax half a ent for 1868,
and on east sfterwsads. The votes on these
amendments were very close.
The Democratic diner to-morrow in honor of
the battle of New Orleans promises to be a meg.
Sbe Herald's money article says that the total
amount of gold certuflatese lased by the wb
treasury, ap to Saturday evening, is $242,72,660 ;
of which $108.,78,000 have been redeemed, leav
ing $34,165,610 outstanding. There was appa
rently no special eams for the advance, but the
natural reaction from extreme depr&elA on was
stimulated by purobases to cover short oontractq,
ond the market I ratil largely oversold. While ia
view of the ascil situation oand the prospects
of the coentry the premism is by so mens hiLgh.
The wife of James Robb, of New Orleasn, diod
FROM AUOUSTA. GA.
_Peetmate- sMspedede-Weede Asked to
kremove the Mtilltarry Mayer.
ar'orrr, Jea. 7.-Foster Blodgett. postmaseter
of this eity, has been suspended, and 0. W. wm.
wers appointed special agent and takes charge of
A petitles h betag erculated for sigetoree
among the citiases, which will be presenoted to
Gsea. Meade, asking for the removal of Blodgeti
as military mayor of Augusta.
-ieetteg of she MetantSp5t Neesmetuoette.
Je,sox, Jan. ?.-The eoevestie to ofr a
Coatitutio for Mississippi, aunder the reconstruce
ti acts, met to-dayA. . yltett, of Vicksberg,
was chosen temporary president. Convention
sdjoarned to ten o'clock to morrow.
Loieow, Jan. 7.--Lord Stanley is preparing a
proteest ogaLt Russla intriguee e Turkey.
8. Pnrrsarmo, Juan. 7.--Rich and eteusive
-old mines have been discovered on the Amoor
river, and the natives are flocking to them by
thoesands. Ceemfits betwe,. the mative have
occurred. and troops hoe ben seat to prsrve
order and peerd the mnce.
rw Ysou, Ja. 6-C0hle,-SeaeMr Tetol,
from New Orlesas, has arrived at Southaptoa.
PLonwc.-Meabrea has empletled the rga
inaton of the cabiet.
Corzwnsw--The debate o the sale of the
Dualh Ilands was pestpeaed-no vets tesen.
Pornww Pvss, Jt. 7--1 ,.--Anrved Ienm
ohip W. 0. Howe, rmerehedise ad peangers
to C. A. Whitney. Mtish d ArmtreubPhipe,
enerl.edrfo. to Asheitg Dneea.
8ue--4p Heroine; barL Preeidee ad
Ja _. 7.-P S p -e L,'an at
land ii S T. Us. duer
-a ...... Itnd J
ammide, Jat hm- a m 1 mO 'L
tMuts n.s al t &10110 at .M*
--alerS M dmi as s A. i.
-amros,,m. T.--IZ amw leMaC Ga r-i.
Tbhe o1s6semne as b. eL t d-h o o s .
-alm m hre equaflyo te e ie
1 aslds a llt weao.
6o1m, E bum -Oi -r .
Ther ies em. ea.- eed m eeSee.
Plovm.c , L, aJ . .-The board of alder.
ad remad. Meesfotr the ehlutios ofr Mrs.
Lomuno, Ja. T-Neae.-Comsels, t2. Beals,
k7t. a m. fT- o 1 stm. Fle,
eOats 1101. eel 133. Sd. ow43. ad.
nLonaex. Ja. 7.-Alerfeea.-O-Cosols 15
F .au rosa, Jan. 7.-oas 764.
Patss, Jam. 7.-e tte s tro.
LkavnroerL. J. .- easier
sad 1chand. Mornherter vesfalvorae.
Whet6 3dSugar qiet and steady.
an. J. 6.-sles of tobaco light;
uarset dlll; lgs $4 7b 6; ee e to me
dbmn leaf $7 7. oto lt4lc. Flour,
M d0! 4. Oat. 660®7c. Corn, new,
70I65C. Saeo, sholderes io.; clear sides 130.;
sugared hame 7#16e.; btkt dbodMes 1io.;
hat clear ades I10.
Lard 12 Mess Pork, $11 50. Whisky, raw,
Ia bead, e803 c. eeipts of Cotteo average
18M bales per day.
Cwcrxxur, Jan. 6.-Floor steady; Family.,
1100611 60. Wheat quiet and steady, $2 60
52 65. Cor firm; ear, 85e. Oats firmer, 66e.
Cotts dull sad lower.
Middlins 14e. Whisky doll, 28o. is boad.
ogs dull 56 758. Pork $20021. Lard sad
Bacon nominally unchanged. May very dull,
bT. Lot'r Jan. 6.-Tobacco quiet. Cotton
quiet, 13j 13e. Floor uohanged. Wheat
uachean&. Corn 76092e. Oats firm, 70073.
Hop nactive. Fresnlag hard and snowing
ýll w Yeon, Jan 7.-Gold 13510135. Money
terling 100. Stooks active sad strong. Bonds,
old, 108j, new 1I04.
Flour a shade firmer. Wheat tending upward.
Corn Arm. Oats a shade better.
Pork dell; mess $20 25. Lard steady. Cotton
middling aupnMs 18116je. Freights firm.
Naw Yone, Jan. ?.-Cotton opened dull and
lower, but elosed steady. Balesto-day 2000 bales;
midaling 16(164o., closing at 1610. Floor ashade
firmer; State 89011 15, Southern 1050015.
Wheat Armor. Corn unchauged; whits Southern
$1 37@1 40. Oats 87c. Mess pork $21. Lard 12)
313 c. Blo* doll. BSur in moderate demand,
11 134S . Orleans ol 7683o., other gro-e.
ceries quiet. Turpentine 561452o. Rosin $2 871
37. Tallow 10®11 Je. Freights firm. Citton
11-321. by llsa d . by steam.
Naw Youx, Jan. 7.--Fve.twenties of 1861, with
coupons, 1081; of 18C4, 1051; of 1865, 10S; of
1867, 1041. Ten-fortliesl02. Seven-thrtlesl1044.
Bb.ýreseury balane, 897,500,000.
New Yosa. Jan. 7.-Mosey easier-call loans 6
per eat. Prime par 78. Gold Mative at 137.
Sterling weaker at 101. Stocks beueat. Gov
umeats eoleed strone. Five-twenties of 1862
with oeupmr 100e.
Lonm1rsu.n. J. T.-Teb e-lw grades
raer; l~ 06- W m mou n tto adiem loar
17t13 50. Cotton 14614). Flour firmer-ST 75
@12 25. Wheat 12 4002 45. Corn, new, ear, 70
075c.; shelled 80856c. Oats 673680. Bacon
shoulders 10e.; clear sides 13c. Sugar cured
hams 17418o. Lard 124.. Mem pork $21 50.
bahulk meat--boulders 8ic., clear sides 11e.
Whsky 282 30c. In bond.
ArocSer, Jan. 7.-Cotton market easier. Sales
364 bales. Middlings 14~144o. Receipts 447
MosnLe. Jan. 7.-Cotton market closed quiet.
Sales 1700 bales. Middlings 144@14}o. Reoeipts
x839 bales. Iaports 378 bles.
Br. Loris, Jan. 7.-Tobacco quiet and se
chebanged. Ctton lower, 13. Flour firm,88 500
512 50. Wheot quiet. Corn inactive, 809000.
ats better, 7076.. Provisioes rm. Pork $20
0@21. Bacoa shoulders 940@94. Clear sides 12
3124. Lard 12c. Hog higher, 6@6jo. gross.
Weather clear. bThrme tesr 24.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 7.-Flour quiet; family $11 60.
Wheat $2 0. Corn firm; ear 85c. Oats dvanesed
to 68c. Rye Arm, $1 65. Barley 1 80. Cotton
deelising; middliege 144o. Whaky unchanged.
Hom. doll, $7 3508. Provisions dull. Pork 120
021. Lard 124o. Bacon doll; Shoalders 9)c.,
aide O1 ., clear sides 11 124.
CARBLSTON, Jan. 7.-Cotton declined *1le.
Bales to-day Gt2biales-middlings 1. Receipts
To the tero of the Now Orleans Creseet:
The editorials in the Saturday and Monday
evening's Issue of the New Orleans Times, reli.
tive to a sale of State notes by me, for scoount of
the city, require an explanatioo.
When I took charge of the treasury department
in August last. there were about two hundred and
twenty.five thousand dollars in State notes nand
warrantq In the vault'; about the esme amount
were in posseson of the First National Bank on
pledge. This I redeemed md brought to the
(cee. About two hundred and twenty.fve thoou
sand dollars is Btate notes, and over ene hdred
theussnd in betture sotes, wre pleded b the
late tresurer to Messrs. Avegoo & Willon or s
large sim loaredphe city. Th eoaditione of the
pledge were elhbt per cent. per annum interest,
with balt per cent. brokerrage, with ten days' no
tice by either patty for payment. It will thug be
seen that four hundred and fifty thousand dollars
In State notes were under my control, and by
resclution of the Common Council srold by me at
the market rtes. More than three-fourths of the
notes in the treseasury were dbsposed of for legal
tenders at rates less thaa thirty-one per ent. dis
cocut, and the proceeds invested in large city
notes at from twelve to sixteen and a quarter per
cent. diocount, for the purpose of deetroyiong to
keep straight the account of the small issue of
notes daily brought to the city.
One fir in the city, from whom 870,000 bhad
becal received oa collateral secarity of 8125,000
State notes, made the demand for settlementmore
thn two months algo. The city was not in a
condition to pay, ad the firm, under the pledge
iven by Messrs. Ave~no & Willon, advertised the
notes to be sold at auction by Piacide J. Spear.
On the day of sale a proposition was mrade to
porchase the notes advertied, and those remala
tagr in the vault, amounting to 9,3970, at 47 per
cent. diecount, with 4 per cent. brokerap. The
sale was made and the debt paid. The notes had
been qoted for n week previous at the rate sold
for, and the city loseng all control over the notes
by the pledl gives, no other coarse could be
tsahe. The Timesn recommenads an invesUigalion
of bow the Starte money weunt out of the treasury.
I fully agree with it, and recommeand a further
hnquiry of how the Btate moaey ever gt a.
W3 8O1fl4 blsrss
Ta: Pmars Coerio Stov-Tho-e who us
tis extraerdinuy artice of domese euomy
snd eomelrsy that it is by far best thy
he eertried. They clam parpola for It i
every pertlclar. It is asserted that the Pharm
eorueeless fuel d cooks more victals than
say veeutea l the streov me in the world. Fur
bekuirt uismappreibane. I th days ofr
competition ameag the innumerable seer term.
tors, It is hard tok enve at the trah with reard
to the defeas or virtues of this or that etest;
but the voices of these who se the Periess
storve are, witheot ez s a led i its prats.
Mesasr Pratt A Wwtw e the psates
of the Peerless, which is fr sle by Cmpma&
Ca., sle agesn t e this ity, at Is Po menet,
ueCamp. !uvyheLy n Ia v tat ez
teusi~cwa w ~ ra cik ia i io . 'eDug
er L s~CsverlM s d - l.
J, d amowre
at Vuere A. . eff e Vdeee as.
y `ý a . a, If dpsm; r.e a. -u, , 1
ut emi a tohea _
hsre &eres #W
to be 4116 few ý ý .n
hrmwm d seguk, ee1 3.,d el r pe g .ra
dA.D TWA hmed w ,m w
mtlhg of ii r was hbl les
es m d te r T Meleek, Mr. ahslse th*
Sc4lD ow AUZBAIY Az - iii iqinht
srlt a, Str ee, Jonbertry b sem t
Tebortoreor' reprt, Ihr h weeky rdog
A s mseadem ee was ived nd h eM
eosrrl ato l th at Inawe oem he a e.m
by . (knbds bea the e.t-i*, Sad
otkmoe to r the ot that weth ofat
copper, gte. 'ad t1sapeo fwrh the Uadll
e atoe, ee omth thodig o b tendty yeoo ;l .
edntey inuestigated M ht iterb b t aurrld e
ao ele to the t ed pt. Ile amount of
_ aom mpemtele, from tre crlr tro voed eonf
sitolen aterwe is g; toe thiks. that sho ld
her co adeem re eoe tes sary, ith mter might
be investigated In a ptheper anner a thlatilo
departmenr t should not be assailed iy rsdos h
enaatlee, nor his integrity be brought in ques
tiont acr oeut of a cs 00d paw 1re, Be
femd to the streets end leadings .itte.
A ommnicatio fro t he t atreller, it relea
tiem to th interference of the ogetieme of the
nearee comm ee aoth cod i w th the doetle
of h conatroller we received. The law, he
artate, has lied the dt and reeponlm lmitee of
oontruller, (Ir, narticle 200, pes 159,) nd the
saJ forther tht i not at liberty 6 surrender
t tem to other. The cetrtollerdesree that ation
he ta1e n aeveral quesot that he meat Iess,
ase onnr e posble. In orderb to avid earlfase
already e referred to a ial committee, to
aoner wth the city attorney, but the mmittee
not beingready to act, the report wson, oan motio
ofter. Dunnce, refe rred to thethe strtee.
The repsort of the evelnaded of the hproteon
Asylum,for the monthaf December, 1867, ehows
thaevet the total nustrmber oad the nmatesg p on Demer let
were 10; admRefertted dutong the samity monthr 22;
diecharged during December, 20 ; died during th
"me month. A.
Total number of iaarte. remaining It the asy
he 100, of hih 47on stre males and 53 femalen
Spetition wasommioner reeivd from Joha Maynard,
porter at the First District police station asking
for an e cr ofe his salary. eemmittre to the
Arove ment ted b
Sphe ftion llowins reeived from several t wedore
n Podras, e aret, omplai thening of a ,0market
restaurant atall, oppoeite go. 166. which in en ab
solute nuisancy the Common them. Referrcil oed t thetret
A petition of property holders on Harmony
str eet, sing for the levthelin of the protecti
levee on said street and the clling up of Eighth
treed Ditrict ourt of NReferred to the city surveyor an
the omm. A. Pattee rson street cityd lof Newdi Ogs.ns,
e stremet ommissurt, whoner rthe deorted of that a
sly contract will expire on the 30th lest., snd
ird Destrihat nour ew ont casore same be n-;
teRd into, Referred to the oinmi the onThird Di
provements and whbuilid caings. e w
The follo the preme Courtand the mol ttwer
offered by M.Straight:
"ontroversy was brount tThe ridr f o of ,000
sse ued by the Common Coittee of the at City in the
year 1om i favor of tho tly resolvee for to he
wharves, aend i paettlmet of the wompromts, be.
ten said lessit ees and the cit of Ne Orltheans
was djudgon ted to be an lleg oml itt b the
Third District Court of New Orleans, In the ose
of E. . Ptterso con mmittee afterwarof New Orleans,
from which decision the said p 1 appealed to
the Sordime Court, where the deilo of warhe
Third ,00rit Court in id castye four oarmed;
dollm (nu, After eid decisio i the hird Dtrs
trict Court, and while saId case was still pending
on appeal, in the Supreme Cort, the ma; ter
controversy was brought to the consideration of
the nance committee of the late Cit Concil,
which committee unesimously resolved not to an
thmemrie the paymis boat rd the appoid warrante, ndwhos
"it as be, it i alleged that notder sdin the
action then tehen by the said committee, the
chairmstsancesundr which the id commtte afterwards or
dered the said warrantestis to he paid, and the ape
co smon agly of che whto bole roughnt before heid war
rants (96wit, ad000) the sum of eighty-foundr thousand
doilkars (84,000) paper pai." b." late city tre
urer, on the order was over forid ohne wermek; on mt
"Beon d, t a special committee ofr. D n.
members of this board he appointed, whose duty
it shall he to take into oonsideration the fscts and
circumstances under which the said payments
were made, and to report to thise streetboard the result
of their nvestgationse nd to therment duri the the
cial committee is hereby invested wit" foil power
to summon anthd caus referr to e brougmmiht beore theon
all ritseol, and to sendf way for nd examine al
el 13-16 ceta per ps enger, poed w se on mo
ti resolftion to pay Jdnn. e Alendr Wler
t report ftrom the street commIot the r,z o the lit
to thrrency be refnded, hisnd thet dhereafter the
pesa currency referrmpted from the ommi taxati on
streets ad a rsdiog.
A resolution to pay MJie TAeora Edq.r 0o for
400,ofeor lgal services, in reobtaing from tizre
Uite property belornmtg toht the t y, n ts city
chre nd be r dtreds, end. Themt herrafter the
pused on e week.din.
A resoition to p l the contr eq.t for psi
the pron Clibrne treeto beween the oi, opper Sidet
of the New Canal andetr Tole at strer ot
A resoladmtion dit oing the oity to threm drain- t
re dnstrtiotsn; the borst district tho t omprit all thatpot
portion between to e ew canal ond th pper lirm.
its of the city; the second ditrict all the cat for plorntion
ofbetween the new Canal and the Cdreodelt eLid
and the third district all that portion between the
Carondelet canal sad the lower lisite of the alty,
was adopted on its first reading.
A new and iongtby ordinaee was prmesoted by
Mr. Perkts, providing for the farming out of the
whmrves of the city. Mr. Dun moved to pot
poe for one week. Lt.
Mr. Gsauche moved to adopt the ordinance.
Mr. - moved to aomend the tweatioth se
tion, tobakee th whrfgra Instead of the sur
veyor furnish the perseons oeeptilg p i of
tHe warves with iventeie of the e property
attached to the wherves, the sam to be retmed
no delivered to them. Adopted.
The ordinmee then pesed a weend reading,
after being ernetly oppoed by Mr. Duns, who
voted in thr ametive, however, at the name
time advising the beard a his inteati a rseo
s derng his vote at a fature dy.
Mr. Btraight ofered the followln:
SWazar s Re portsreelyoca lted lerleuiy
detrimental to thr repuationa of ertlm membes
of the Commo Coucil, ad to th as of ebj
o ere a ud cmp oryde. expiyg ether to P've
preach of the unrdeetia,
* c"ohrd, Theta reward a te o thesmi del
iasm be, and I i hereby srdd, to r ei~hee r
citiem Iwho may furniah unm* a* eveLeids_
of the o~cial corupiesa, pel or e mial
nadsklasle a go mmbe _ of h rOea
Council, or y other impertsnt eMer emer
fi psa ned sh b m m.
a*eEaV e SJeg s w - ?ae A,
tanbe m i e M Nne r at De ". SIt
2. sense ft mseo or
[a., viesJe nsgb 3. J res nmm.U8(s eeupb
Ou55mar, t wat d)
hrsrrhne n as hosenp a eusase aere
doer, ownal alnd essepisl wa Usse nsem
Te - St the be was net smin.
baids eins ms ismured fr 3 nd $l1i0, s-I
spee Ay, but the o'eesee waset o l s, b Ie
oue adat 1 s sFL ar.Teeemed r . n 4 oI
hsl'- i * o'edo Mr. A. Levi, mee t a
No. 6O6Mesmdet steet, havig st.esed fom
beatk with his as hex, pissed t o his desk
sad eontered meseverso is with m o laoo s
seoe the ler. While e s thus ocdapled a
wellreemead hII Mu. with an everesat am his
arm walked thejub . p seepa gi as re dthe
dotisk o lih t e orti set ever thel
caseh boa, ms w he walkng sret aisi,
whehe e st pwd by er. SLe i nl
the box brought Meadr the overcoat.
Offier Csor was eslel in a ld the thie take
to the stating, where he gave his aim as A. J.
Orasdml. e la d esam youag ssm abheut si
feet high, of light eculaxn, between twenty
mace. He is not huown by the eleers wihs lve
seeshim asoar but is jadg to be
an expert osseimusa. b semal sl
money diamodsb ld other valaable, to the
amouat of about sveaty-ve theaosad dollars.
The city will be fal et seek chaete der
the costinsace of the lir; u. pubic s8hoald
therefore, e ao their guard.
Tan Buncrmm or va Trams Deaoser.-The
name of the uts who committed solide, is the
Third Disirist, was John Casper Birage. He
was a Prussis, about forty years of age, without
any relatives i this ity, and at the time of his
death he was ivi ia san unlaished hese. on
Motegt ret, between R rt ad Good
children streets, which he was having built.
The tatement of Tillmas Joseph Inderbeek,
an intimate friend of the deceased, to the eoreser
showed that he was in the habit of receiving re
mittauces from Europe of considerable sums of
money, whiok it was his practice to invest is real
estate, and he was so evariclous that he ilated
the expense of his living to twenty or
thirty cents a day. Mr. Linderback met
him a few dys slllros in Behasge
A ey, when he complained very des pod y, as
he bad upon mverl occasions previously, of
not having received a expected remittance
of $12,000 or $81,000 from Erope, and also
made some vague referease to childroe it
Europe. Mr. Linderback is of opinion that the
failure of the remittance caused him to destroy
He was hlet sus a seal eamalmsea r ligt a
baker's, is th e aelghbesel ofhis rei
where he bought som bread for his meals as was
his custom. On Monday his bonsa being elsed to
n so aasmslk J I~ . bhees estiru oat
Tou that ad abet isoi tM esteorr of be
forehead, with a revolver, which was lying ao the
& or between his feet. There was at frt some
eusplcion that be might have been killed by some
person designing to rob him, but every door sad
window was fastened, and of the few articlesla
the bouse, nothing had been disturbed. A verdict
of suicide was therefore rendered by the coroner's
FusT Driarnsc Cou-.rudge Howe, Jan. 7.
Edward Walter, informed ag t for the lareny
of a neek chain worth 200. two gold watches
valued at $10CO each, and several other articles of
Jewelry from the premises of Idmoeed Gasucheeu,
on Dauphin street, was arraigned and pleaded
On motion of the district attoey, the pressee
tion againat John Ford for ommittlag a rape am
Saorh Ann Stanley, n August last, san agaist
James O'Connor for mttemptin to violate the
person of her sister, Rhoda ny, at thre sa
time. was dismissed.
BHery Williams mad Lafayette Robinson,
colored men, were found guilty of stelg a sk
of coffee, the property of John I. Adam Co.
Daniel Sullivn and Willam Champlin were
tried for the larceny of twenty grain seeks, the
property of the United Matem. BSulliva was cona
victed sad Champlin was acquitted.
Nolle prosequl was entered nl the ase of Wi.
lam Parker, colored, charged with feloniously
entering the dwelliag of Peyton Lewis in the
BHery Willisms, colored, and Aleek Blade, the
first named charged as principal, sad the latter as
ac(esory before the faeet, In the larceny of
e ghty pounds of coffee from John 1. Adams &
Co., were tried and convicted as charged.
Racorn NlNVILLn's COtBT.-The bulsines in
this court was unusually dull, sad besides a few
dror ards and dlsturbers of the peace, who were
fined in smll sums as a warning to pursue a more
virtuous course, the following were disposed of :
eury Robinson, convicted of stealing lumber
from ]r. W. B. Gray, was seat to the Work.
house for thirty dayp.
A vagraut, named Marcelin Joseph, was seoat to
the same instttution for three times that number of
daysr; and Heary Williams, a thief, for iaxty
dF. W. Burke was arraislned ar the harge o
knoeking down and-unmerfully obeatlg his wife,
and sfned flive dollars.
LIslez Burke. a lewd sad abudoned womsa,
was ned ten dollars, eand Joseph B oktey,
chaored with belag a vagrant and tcarryig con
craled weaposo, was sent to the Parith Prison for
Itrscuasm GAeravn'sL' Ooar.-Chms, Walker,
colored, amcced of steallag artiofes valed at
twoenty-two dollars, from the premises of Louisa
Per hluas, colored, lon Pranklin streot, was exm
ined bsd discharged.
Adam Clememt, arrested for felootoesly eater.
Lag the store of P. Goldstela, No. 141 Old Lever
street, with latest to stel, was examined. The
proof was net suicient to establish the guAlt of
the prisomer, but was euough to show that he
does not live by hmest industry, and be was sea.
tenced to the Workhouse for six moths in defaelt
of furnishig a bond of $1000 for his goo4 hhne
Mrs. MiadAk, who keepe a store at No. l11 Old
Levee street, hasbeen arrested upon a charge of
lroeny, which, it ie lmtered, was committed by
h, r, in takin from Joean Lous, in her store, the
sum of aise dollars.
A F., Batehelor, found on the premtes of Mr.
Bawktmwsrth, on Bela stratelo, uodr suspiolous
circumestase, an Moedsy aftersees, was eat
th Worestese for ninet lapa.
A eoupie has he odbg a Lou i Le.
court sed oimes Abream. thtthroe osrelesame
they leta armeir fall apes 3. Yeamg, as he was
peseig am the siewalk, on Royal seet, ml
w.dd himserioesly on the bhed, am Meuday
last. The soemmed are represated tohae been
lowerig thearmor from a third tory wudew
whem the rope hr dm Mr. oTeug was Ibere)
to het ulbt, too aper bfr the
Our friedt Mr. Jet Pobo t tha steoelr Wild
Wagoeer, hes, as sal, reomembered theC ca? t
and finered um wit a intoe mber of be Nthes
mocas. i i
Tun Wnj. o oor w onLau 38 AL a WSL-Theo
wlli St th hai BRbert . Aleander ha he
puhblsbs is full. There are stamps io be
meat m e 168 •ednhed is sr. Wesolb oe
ttle sheot 3Urn ale s ths bat had,
Swith bastek, ets., was ena ges la
h ut Upb o ah l ee m - mer se am
- em8mm kr. we wasass pwspeV *
slef heusishl emla l ishis sal aboe n
Cage uat m dis.
W Au s i De8. V -p
B b set la eI i ln
en_ I nt 3M
bone tothMe hIs
Mow,: , hho e a gsea stehmar. Mr
nIoM awuwh See s ecn
i ale wo t a011
-d nrH4 UlwLar U
pee bi 1 t e[ oiale
Joinedl tin is as su ey t
ase ad e for wh
nam,- mapp w=My I ige t e
Seaste for esermaiel. tet tn in aeaeS tns
arbndaetsdm ha shes Slr ý t e r he
wasMt fmet t he O.
rotlM w rt Genety rbhd I *
eptr Maunloh a -8 fer
noame asmoe at hir the lOeid o: ofn A
..Thesnelerare p ehoe bet N to
fsr i oe o wce b not ro egh, IthoI
uai tioIio n h e eueemd bll seet
ed the als be thek of lee an thiwe
deueo emf tShmm
Thde Natiel wepetess ib the m e anew
radcal Od..O.a . a. h
brA tbeeIlam t from- ali se rea o
wirth hI elr i o em N Ith p me
Twhe a e sbI w t. the ne le, ,o
"toiee of ui se w ede Y b a met.s
als "oer Uammy t weor o te f
A riot oee rre t i mVa. eL hrtm atis
E e, betwe soMs ee , a whlb ree
avd brickaIn w like IdSt oes. There were
about twety soldies tad ee hundred agrwe
Nobody s hrt.
A reeaay e plewere bllestd m he e
near Wea d .ooi te Fidate. It apere
that as soem as the omen , etee
(who was to ake th twai one e, awho
fe tahet tai fn ame phe a i, tee
The o4ei i of
te h th maded apet 4
forear. And threwa need .f ec heateP
the "perie at" ofthe bride oteeed to te
mateb, al eth thOkd. bahe4
elopd brickbe ler to haves thee ere
eout twet soleeldes ad o teunedap oea.
Nobody is as ad ef hut le
fe rnt h w perhe. spe asg to sdas
Theharan eait, o e tself reý
o sving keot Sew Tai's day or aola
The term of oo of Gov.PIerpea of VlId
ezplred, mthe lt, bt he will, It i l
onail the State eeotie oeinmaea d , wbo
mt ordoen em ol eI for 1ie .Sve, d i
There nme o he a quarrel between VYggh
do D of J ' VIIG
ad Naryled about th tady botwee the
peake ay arei d in l the dspete.
" Gen. Deoeok, lat Thrd, appoted JlIe
Jonoshenas L sheret testh. ýt
TMsapaetsa Nw inkiriek Ignel. AN eII
sit ing k ow Yar's dap as "
rate aptpont onat. The Jofdgo i a Npeaee VI
througy, s a Kenatckli byr birth, oa had
fotyowe epelence inoel oleaae s a wow
antder, wyr, Judge, buisder t of Stle teamb
mase the war; bet neveraredleaL No wewB
In complete harmoy whth aftac mobsor asO.
The nlay anoa illetdi of the Sd. has a Are
re rs etbet to the viraee of the
le IC.arri? hr wLek we regret bet we
haent reemir owa ao elemee.
The Galvetom Ovilne' eis oleae of the eer
zig, whioh havest eached on. wE leuiloess
contain ueaho L adi as to the fllo
beat remedet fu hembeer Mh mna k
Dsree or Doo N Deouor wo.se- e'ovoow.
Na,.., J/,. -So-Beele N. Stgelew, the ore
ttor, ml gae vorl peee bo th a soeDo.
I wthe invelator, eel es sletelwat h insh
advestageous teamm, bob at
The thusiW of hto of Osems wE el at
Otien to 3OrEWUUWp b ' A.se *. a5..
bog ate ma Digl oDeit