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THE NEW RL
VOLUMI IVII. TUESDAY MORNING. JAiLUARY 21, 1868 8r"8
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W asneaor, san. S--Senate.-Am g the
mmerels pnamted is one from the (JtUy Counol
ma hamber of Commer of New Orless rnle
tie to read pmated to the New Oresas, Ope.
loams and Great Wester Railroad,
The secretary of the treasury was called on for
SnM of veemi purchased darag the war, with
CO eahie tim was devetd to esaler
The Bea ts refsed to reoede em Its position
at the cotte tax* also from the smendmont to
the saticottlr oa bill. Cammtees of cem
fneee s ppelited. CdesdMertli of th ase of
Beter Thees, of Msulmad, rummd. Wat
into exeetv ale sad an arned wiLthout
Rouse.-Ameug the bie ltrdeeesd was ee to
eempel steamboats to arry a newly invated ire
extguisher. one M amed the beakru law.
Oneo t pep eflesm, m udm sal or
heaoe It dring servise, m areeral regarding
_nbtmes of Ametememne abod.
sUss.l. e the seemseimate 1e I eo.
msed. hntler' amemet, vaeastis State
o sesat d allwg omveationstaUlithem, failed,
and wlbut resehia vote the Ho adjourned.
Gaeral GraMt has goes to Bichmond.
General Bewall, who traveled from Holly Springs
to New Orleans, thence to Vicksbrg, via Baton
Rouge reports to the barea the unsettled state
of sla existing He says there is so telling
what the result ma be. Great destitutis existe,
bht no tarvatna. Platers are without mesas,
sad comparatively few plsatilaos will be worked
this yr with comparatively more atteation to
cerea. But few contracts h as yet been made
with freedmen, ad s organied plan agreed up
San the pat of the plter arding freed
mea's wages. r limfted amount of raton will
be requird in the river country in Lonioaa, Mi.
sinippi and Arkaus, though there is but little
cause for apprehsio in the interior. SewaU
reports that many of the bureau agents are worth.
less, and nggest eare in their appo tment.
Alfred Keat is appointed poetmaer a) Gon
Wa. Hefber, postmaster at Shreveport, La.,
sad Albert G. Gridley, omeisted generald p.
prner of mrehheadle for the bth.
T seretary of the tasury Nt a commn l
eatiao to the Benate r gllsr g otto claims. It
appears that the Court otIms duaied the ap
pel to the aupreme Courtad thathe secretary.
after ascertaining as nearly as possible, the net
amount due aon judgmeat of the Courtof Clams,
The chief Justice was not on the beneh to-day
on accout of sicknes au ang much disappoint.
msat delaying the MoCaUo decisio.
Coasel Heap reports to the State department
unde date of December 20, 1867. tha general
starvatimestntls and around Tunis. A few days
befere 100 persons bad died in Tunis in one day.
The greatest number of deaths in one day was
It2. The Christias numbering 10,00 ar n very
sand are aidd by the Jews who number 20,
The trialof Burratt is setfor th 24th of Feb
The Hom conference committee on the oot.
tea tax eomtsof Logan, Maynard sad Brooks.
Carey. from Cincinnati, today during the dis
eauins, propounded the fllowing quesntions to
Iiri-If Gen. Great shol refuse or neglect to
execute the provisions of this law, or it in the
eaestla he shall aet in as oppressive or cruel
masner, to what tribunal would he be amenable
for his maleasance ?
Second-As by the terms of the bill the presi
dent eanot interfere, eas the gaeral be tried by
coert martial, .ad if so. who an order sad who
ane institute the court
Third-Not being a civil oamer, can be be ie
peahed ad If so, by whom and before what
Fourth-It be easot be tried by any arthly
trienal i be not made a beolut despot
A meetla et the reooastritotn en.sitttes is
called to-night at Stevens's house. A member of
the committee refuses to go there sad writes
Stevens, that he will move that the House refuse
consideration of business proposed Ify the com
mittee except in stated meetings at proper
fAo JACZPOW, MIII.
The Naemieslpwl Neasoew.ue5oe CevenUesm.
Jaczeox, Mim., January 20.-A resolutian was
adopted to poettion Congress to coatinue the freed
men's bureau until reconstruction is completed.
A resolution adopted to appoint a ommittee to
wait on Gea. Gillen and urg him to soae an
order prohiiting sheriff in tlis State from enforo.
ig any sales under exceation unti further orders.
A lengthy ordinaace on elections and the quail.
eatloN of officers ad others ofbred and referred
to the committee on sulge. The following are
its salient fatures: At any election held by the
people under the Constitution, or in purseanoe of
any law of the Btate, or under any ordinance,
or by law of any municipal corporation, no per
son shall be deemed a qualified voter who has
ever been in armed hostility to the United States,
or the authorities thereof, or who has ever given
aid, comfort, countenaace or support to persons
enraged in any such hostilities, or who has
ever in any manner adhered to the enemies
thereof, foreign or domestic, either by contrib
uting to them or by unlawfully sending within
their inaes money, goods, letters, or information,
or who has ever disloyally held communiction
with auch enemies, or ever advisedly ided any
perse to enter the service of buch eoemies, or
ever by open set or word declared adherence to
the eme of such enemies, or desir their triumph
over the armies of thi United Bteus, er ever. ex
cept under overpowering compuisian, sabmitted
to the authority of or beon i the rsel iof the
so-callied Confederate States of Ameris, or ever
left this BState and gone within the lins of the
armies of the so-called Confederatne Bttee of
Americak for the purpose of adherng to the aid
States or the armies thereof,. or eaver left this
,tate for the purpoee of avoiding enrollment or
draft into the milItary service of tie United Startes,
or ever, in order to escape the performance of
military duty in this Btate, enrolled hiimself or
canused himself to be enrolled as a disloyal symps.
thiser, or having ever voted nat any election held
by the people of this State, or in uany of the
United States, or held omee in thie State, or any
other of the United States, and shall thereafter
havre sought and received, under claim of aile
giance the protection of any foreign government,
through any consul or other omficer thereof, in
order to secure exemption from military duty in
the army of th United States. Nor shall any
,uou pr orpaOu O os caats- m OtstU
any oice of trust or profit under its authority,. or
of being an oficer, coounselor or manager
of any publio eorporation now existing
or hereaftler established by its authority,
or of acting as profeaor or teacher
of any educational institution, common school, or
other school, sustained ia whole or in part by
funds provided by law. Evevy elector shall take
and subecribe to the followIlng oath, which will
be aknown as the oeth of loyalty, but taking said
oath will not be deemed conclusive evidence of
the right of such person to vote. IHe shall be
registered as a voter: I, -, swear that I a's
well acquainted with the terms of the third
section of article - of the ConatitUaion of
the State of Missisippi, adopted in the
year 1868; that I have carekUy ooaidered
the same, have never directly or inditreetly
done any of the acts speced in said seotlon. nad
have always been truly tad kloyally an the side of
the United htate against al the eamie thereof,
foreign and domestiFe, ad that I will always bes
tre allegiace to the United 8tates. That I wil
seppet f t (osttation and the laws thereo a
the apreme law of the land, ay law or ordlemeu
of any ssta to the seantrary aotwrishetadiag,
and will always, to the bet of my nbility, protect
ad defeand the uas as the United Stan. ad
will not allow the m to he broka up or
destroyed, or the goermaeat thereo be
daetryd or ovethrown, under uay otrm.
stanc if f owlanora t peavt , sad
will mlrs dia oawysm a ed ppaos a soe .
bhetnis, plns or aorts having rfw their otooS
the sision of the governm ent, ad will auaIy,
word sad ded, demeanm myl aaefo a raya
lsubject i the Unitd States a ran w op
midCeastitutlas of th State ofI
thloa f I any 1,s1,pet er re-a
bold It to be blm s apes m ar the adeptea
of the Omaitatea.
All State. eo1ty sad muneicpal oeern, mar
bare of th Geasral Assembly ad judges, shall
subsribe the said eh, sad i every court Ia
which say peson shall be semmoned to serve as
a greed or a petit Jarr the shl take the aid
oath is epe eo Ay per refusing shall
not serve a juror, and any pera ezoreil the
tfnctioo speoed withot baring takes the oath
o soet e m, a opo o avatt reo be e
isbed y n Sfe of not ls thnn $500, or imprson
met inth county jail not len than six months,
Whoever takes aid oath falsely, on convictio
thereof, shall be adjudged guilty of perjury, anad
puaisbed by lmprsoueat in the panieatilry not
evn than two years. -
Every male citise of the United States, with
eut regard to race or odor, over the a.e of
twesty one, not disqualified under the provisions
of this Coustitution, having complied with the
law in other respects, is a qualfed lecter.
The Ifeth Caarelsas Ueeestreotles Ce .
CHAuroLsT, Jan. 20.-The convention to-day
was occupied in reoelving resoltions, all of
which were referred to committee for action.
basTkme t0ae~tttse ýrw M r to t Ao
memberse ad o ars tna bdy.
Amon the resolutions was one which propoe
that all e 8tan laslltion, unversity, public
schools and colleges shall open their doors to ne.
groes. Another that negroes shall be admitted to
all oees anad places of entertiament.
Propositions to relieve the people from In
debted are abundant.
The Oe, sgo reesaeesslesa Caveiattes.
ATLArNTA, Jan. 20.-The conveation adopted
two additional sections of the bill of rights, and
refused to muapend the rules to consider a reeola
tio aseking Oeeral Meade to remove sherifft who
had made sales of property In defiance of the re
lief ordinance. Adjourned.
The committee to report the names o fit per.
sons for the removal of political disabilities
have given notice to such parties to present
It is probable that the State office will shortly
be moved from Milledgeville to this point.
oex sT. LIovS.
Death in the Pitze ta1g.
Tr. Loris, Jan. 20.-The prize fight yesterday
on Bloody Island between Dennis Reardon and
Thomas McCann, resulted in the death of the lat
ter. Reardon and six others have been arrested.
Maukets-Jamaes ODetas4 tnag for a
BAvant. Jan. 20.-Advices from Europe gSv
ieg a decline in sugar had no Influence here; No.
12 Dutch standard 7} realn Exchange on London
114@124; on New York currency, long. 2Ci6}27;
short 25. Gold-long 1, short 2* premium.
Responsible olpe in Jamalcs are henceforth
to be filled by appointment from England.
The UnitedStates steamer Minnesota is engaged
in sounding for the cable to coaneot with the line
for New York.
A diver had commenced operations at St.
Thomas in near.h of the specie let on the steamer
The ship Coronet was lost at Beorbook.
Cemmeretal Treaty wlth Pruals-- edttue
2nbltesatssa - Commeroe wish Japea -
Losnoe. Jan. IL.-ess t is nagedatlug a
commercial treaty with Prussia.
The proprietor of the Dublin Nation is to be
pen.o***A fI.. .e.titnne pnlat..tes.
Active military preparations in France impair
public confidence in pece.
The new tycoon of Japan will observe the com.
mercial treaties with foreigners.
' The Feniaan Barrett hss been identified by three
witnesses as the person who fired the fuse at
IO1 SiOUTHWUlT AMU.
Sovwsrar Pass, Jan. 20.-Barometer 30:10.
Wind S. E., light. Weather foggy.
Arrived: Steamship Blenville, Baker, with mer.
chandise and passengers, to Jas. Connoly A Co.
Sonwaer Pass, Jan. 20, 6 r. w.-Barometer
30:10. Wind N. N. W. and strong.
Arrlved-Stemaships Btar of the Union, Cook.
sey, merchandise and passengers, to Creevy,
Nf terson & Co.; St. Mary. merchandise and pae
sengers, to C. A. Whitney & Co., cad C. W. Lord,
Ward. merchandise sad peasengers, to G. A. Foe
dick & Co.; schooner H. A. Squire, in ballast, to
Thoradike & Norton, and schooner Express,
Smith, in ballast, to Tbothdyke & Norton.
Bailed-Bark Ross and schooner Mary A. Rich.
VIrcsarno, Jan. 20.-Paessed up-Atlantic at 3
A. 1., Virginia at 2 P. ". and Alice V. at 3 r. X.
Down--Qttman at7 r. a. River rising.
LoIrsvIVLLu, Jan. 20.--RBlver falling slowly with
5 feet 9 inches in the canil.
Heavy snow storm now prevaillng. Ther
rrived--John Kilgoar from New Orleins cnd
Normes from White river. Passed up--Silver
M-on for Cincinnati.
Br. Loots, Jan. 20.-Weather cloudy; brisk
snow storm this morning.
CrcclawT, Jan. 20.--The river has fallen 2
feet 2 inches. Weather cloudy; thermometer 33.
Lotpox, Jan. 20-Afternoon-Consols 92?'
92J. Bnds 7t.
LtvERPooL, Jan. 20-Afte.noon.-Cotton firm
alers will probably rech 15,000 bales. Bread.
stuffs quiet and firm. Corn 45e. Pork 760.
I.ot-oN, Jan. 20-Eveuing.-Consols 92. Bonds
LvrrooL., Jan. 20t-Evening.-Cotton quiet;
midding uplands 774. on the spot; Tlid. to arrive.
N-w Youa, Jan. 20.-- iovernmUents cloted
_, 1Tid , .otf; of 1867, 106. 10.-I0 1021;
7-3D, 105l. Money increassag. Call locns 6@6.
Prime paper 7@t8. Gold fell to 3M| during the
alternoon but rallied cloeing at 133j. Railway
stoeks active and exoted, cloelng at an advance.
Balance i the sub-treasury, (105 500,000.
Nsw Youx, Jan. 20.-Ctton steady and less
setvre. Sales 2500 bales; middlisg oplaad. 17l@
171c. Flner. more doing, merket favors buyenrs.
$,ate 8$ 30010 60. Southern 89 70015. Wheat
favors buyers. Core, white Routhere S1 25@1 32.
Mes pork, old 820 53; new 821 43. Lard steady;
other rocerio e quiet. Freights firm. Cotton,
stem jf ec.
Nw1 oar,Jan. 20--Eveanlg--old 1391. 8ter
linge very dell, with a downward tendency. 10:,.
Governments closed strong; 6-20'. of '62 coupons
Lotrl'n.LL, Ja. 20.-Tobaeco very Irm--lurs,
85 2606 0 ; medium leaf. 15;: selections, $19.
Cotton, 14@14*. Floor--87 Ti@tl2 50 for oan
perdae to faacy. Wbheat. $2 3~8 3S. Cora,
750800. Oats, 6068o. Bacon-e-houlders, t.;
elear aries, 12e. alk Meats-shomders, 8.;
ekear Me., 11c. Lord, 12f03o. Merss ork,
820 t?8t1 U.
Moua, Ja. IL--Cettoe--ee today 1500
bale.. MarLet qiett; tiigs 16l l o. Be
ceipts d49 eae
Cdacmantn, Jan. ~0.--FlolUll and nashnsed.
Red wheat dull at S 66. Coran 60086. ats
held at 8e. Bye da l $1 8081 66. Whilky
Free 8228. Prewlis qelat, a perk 824t) 25
,$20 50. Baoea--.Shoulderis je., ellrl d.es le.
Lard held firm at 1i0Lo8- . tumer taedy at
3640e. F doIned to r~ar steady at
1e. 0~o s-- io 20.e.
Sw. Iors Ja. i. -B.eseesames als petned.
Tobseeo--ere lu-is . Pleor e ed. Red
sad white what 82 4008 66. Om rso. Oeas
dll at NekeT . heledrmar. LId 12.
AcAmr ePlNec.-Cinttop Wry5Ee
mses ad 11 FIher appear WV rmabt,
BblommUa hmL - ?h spevadi ownIe
are rivig. At onof them, u the corner of
8 at JtePs, .o h5w w lMrose5ved *o
Seawl shout d it, f bf these
wen o by mild a couple of.
soe rs are mae to ad out eash *My-.
While extending cr heartLlt plt to all per
me d aleted with seve Mse ed asm is eogh
Iag, we must, at the mM tim, M isu that their
sabseme bom the theers weaMld iame that
sympathy tenfold. For the peasot eters, we
swerot deadly ad teral hate.
The emis. of the euventloe at Meebhaise' I
tt yesterday ws nasayur Ios sd
.er isdyn cisg thebesef thatibt body waill
oome to a speedy terfnoatoe ot its dellheentiou.
The extent of theconfuse may e Imagined from
the fact that the chair was oompolledt remind
some of the delegate that they were "not las
circus or a theater." Om olored member was
idhiusat uother for "'latrlbngg his per.
The temperatere. ys , as shows by the
thermmete at O. DumM r orer w evmlle
and Chartres treets, was as olows: At A.".,
58 degrees; at 12 L., 60; at 3 r. ., 61; at 6
;. x., 69.
At the auction sale of city property yesterday,
Armory Hall on Girod stret, which was used be
fore the war the Washisgtm ArtStle, .old
the corner of St
now used as a Polie Statis on d a Lrm Distd
Recorder's Court, and appraised at $46,000, was
bid in by the city at $31,000. It cost the city $32,.
000 eleven year since.
La Senorita Jesephlna Pilomemo a young
Chilian musical genius, will shortly be latroduoed
to the puplic.
Ova LOUISVILLU Visrross.--Qute a party came
down irom Louisville, as excursionllte, on the
bran new steamer Belle Lee, Capt. A. . McGill,
which arrived here yesterday. Accompanyag
them are ten members of the Louisville dail
Cornset Band, all amateur performers, who dari
the trip have been fishng music for many a
merry dance. They gave the Caxscmrr the cor
plimeat of a serensde last evening, and tempo
rarily lightened our labors by their melodees.
The whole party will return with the Belle Lee,
carrying with them, we trust, none but pleasant
memories of the Crescent City.
Msrmwo or Corroaouss KanrNs-The
License (feeswto.- The coffeehouse keepers had
another meeting last night, which weeas held at the
National Hall, on Poydres street, to take measures
to procure a reductiuo of the Ucenss tax on the
The meeting eame to ceder at a few minutes
after seven, and about two hundred were piesent,
Mr. William Conway, chairman, and Mr. John
McPhelin, secretary of the previous meeting, con
tinuing to fill those offices.
The memorial to the Common Coueil to reduce
the license tax sad adopt a classicatioa of coffee
booses, so that there may be an approximation ii
the proportion of taxation to income, was read
and unanimously adopted.
The meeting then proceeded to a permanent
orgasnltion of a coffeehouse keepers' amoeia
tion, and the following officers were au sously
President, H. P. Stureke; Vice President, 8.
Dolfni; SBeretary, John MoPheln; Treasurer,
Mr. Sturcken, on taking the chair, thanked the
meeting for the compilmeat paid to him in elect
ing him president Be did not desire the position,
and wished that a soffeehouse keeper had been
selected, but as he had been chosen, he would do
the best he could to promote the objects of the
associatio. He was not a cofehouse keeper,
but his interests and their interests were identioal,
for unleas coffeehouses prospered the brewer
could not prosper. The questio was discussed
as to what reduction should be asked, and
although no formal vote was taken, it seemed to
be the unasimous opinion of the meeting that the
liceens ought to be reduced to what it was before
the war, $160.
In this comneetie a speaekr. whose name we
could not learn, complained that while the tax
and license of a oeseehouae amounted to about
four hudred dollars a year groee did not pay
ever fory. and ,et most of het reme d liquor
by the glam. It was, l th eetimsa of the
neokert e pertWt tthe coffeehouse keepers'
toret to slave tna cnumesumo iquor-selling by
grocers stopped, as it was to have the license re
* The president thought it would be impolitio to
have anything to say about the grocers. There
was an ordinance in existence against liquor
being sold by the glass, under a grocer's liceseo,
or any license but a eoeehouse keeper's license,
yet many grocers had their back room, where
they sold by the glass,and it could not be stopped.
Mr. McPhelin impressed upon the meeting the
advantages that were to be had from a thorough
organisation of the coffeehouse keepers
of the city. There are, he said, two
thousand in the city. If litigation was
necessary to protect their interests, a contri.
bution of five dollars from each one would miake
a fund of ten thoussad dollars, which would be
suffcient to carry their eass before the Supreme
Court of the United States. It would be best,
however, first to appeal to the council for justice.
Before the war, whisky could be bought for 25
cents a gallon, which, llowing sixty drinks to a
gallon at Ave cents a drink, there would be a
profit of eleven hundred per cent. Now whisky
costs $3 a gallon, and, at ten cents a drink, the
profit is only one hundred per cent. If these facts
were properly placed before the coancil, they
certainly must see the injustice of fixing the
license at $300.
On motion, the chair was sathorized to appoint
a committee of four to procure additional signs
tores to the memorial, and present it at the next
meeting of the council. On this committee the
following members were appointed: 8 . C. John
son, Pirst District, chairmen; dladolh Geseler,
Second District; Christian Weelrich, Third Dis
trict; H. Hamerling, Fourth District.
It was nearly 11 o'clock when the meeting
adjourned. About one hundred habended their
names in as members of the association.
A*Fzsrrva GArnraxo.-The passengers on the
ill-fated steamer iomeyer, which was buorned
recently on the Ouschita river, had a meeting on
Sonday evening, at Johnny tHawkins's Clob
Rooms, for the purpose of expressing their high
sense of the kindness extended to them by Capt.
R. 8. Livingston, of the steamer W. B. Dance, on
the passige from Monroe to New Orleans. The
meeting was called to order by Col. Tiedale, who
Sfiered a- resolution of thanks to Capte. Livinge
ton uand Boyd. and to Mr. A. B. Clark, *hich was
After the osoual formalHtiHes, a sumptuous repast
was indulged is. The following are the resol
1~ ResolJred, That we tender our thanks to
Capt. R. ,ivingston, Capt. Boyd and W. B. Clark.
for their kind attention to ous while on the passage
frm Monroe to New Orleans.
requested to publish the above resolutions.
TaRIL ron RALP.-IT the First District Court
yesterday, Juodge Howe presiding, Ammey Bro
tngton was tried for rape. The prisoner Is a dark
moulatto, about thirty years of age, and the per
son upon whom the outrage was committed,
Elizabeth Killian, is a white girl of German de
'cent and good character. who had attained her
fourteenth year the day before she was violated,
but in the opinion of Fr. Nichols, who euxamioed
her afterwards, had not yet arrived at the period
The case was not sibmitted to the jury, until 5
o'clock in the afternoon. Although several hours
were consnmed In the examination of the wit
neuses, the salient facts may be very briefly re
The girl Ifrved with her father, on 8L. Mary
street, between Annunciation and Chippewa
streets, and was in the habit of going oat every
moraing to peddle eggs, to assist in supporting
the family. The prisoner, at the time the orime
was committed, was employed by Mr. C. A. Mil
tenberger, at the corner of Bt. Charlses and Third
streets, to take care of the stables. Os
'he mornn of the 1st July last, o Eiis.
beth was psiul the premime, the prisoe
er was stnding in a gate. ShB asked him
if nay el were wanted i the behouse. He wesut
soa.td by etiou re. Ms a termdr ough
a dosee of the ergs. whih were delivered sue
the moewsy pid for them. The negro offred her
other monay. which shherefbd. he sought to
leave the yard. but he shot the gates, seised her,
bore her into the stable ud despite her strnggles
asd her screams. sueeeded i errcylg her up
into the stable loft, wher6 he gayged her, tiad her
feetan udhber hands with acrdb, thrhetened to~tl Iher
with a hf e h showed br. she resistod, sod
wbesae oeed sueeoeded t Shke· ot
of br month, he rlapPd her t se race
teisu. Ne hepa her shoutthee qussuem of
n heu or as hour, d had aeoemeished his
aendish ueme, whmeme sales ontside lamd
him, ad h left her. Ih hmanmg gs th
,ga e f har se d b rteal e a wopee
Isember w -t. ss elar s ad thea
with her Rb.6 .- d ` U1 o s
her e elao he d ster was"
le ao te le askim rhe ithed d k
the e1skt ed I .dme 6se bou themeig har
thr' hoeas whee her ried rapee
t Iathbeoretthedl r or en tedt a ble ia
seith. bi saed l te r lheo V. r t a
prisaedoe em o wta be the h adgd e e a
eha hd mhe esewher a he he imb. ml
sor m asete fo so wend Mlaid Wao
Qhe-rao As a Wj nad a bed emo.
weake the fesSe ho
e e tial wean tied at weh e toalr etada ther
srde c t tMy had l heer emll sto as dthe w
The ae waries omeled tmh e a Meewa s aed the
weaoe m rgt the e , Ya ave s
stat thborey where cer ig the Ri- peer v iaro
_od t ss ig, foaatn s wias e *erdio t
aewnbe e reued e a vo laus ted but D,
Te he r the rerm eain tiso In , ld thoe
hk dr. wha t ve h gever r I thoe a p pe n rd o
erur asain m which wer tge th he e lrul es
Tore . er, h laer, sus. of Awe mLd. o
stani, ru heehadto d elsern ta b"erow
hiae the roer m d 1e oars doved the
Snot asr tea whner he ave the peer eslad a:
ere of persons who di of yellow leve;, 99 of
plmed ml th 01rest peG eep (k lag t
er in fevers; 61 of hitihoe ler; 100 Mof hed inn
standin t lMed told lw a bld to hobe.
e3. tWorst. e .M ttattr rea o th of.
Health, for a elaborate sad de ed not ofated,
other fever; 81 of cholera; 100 of holer lfn
tr; 46 of cholera morba0 671 of conyumption,
a;d 610 tldl bren.
latolites.-Afr; nlttoe, 60; blacks,
2, 6; Brdt A r ; , 11; Be99
a; s asd, 623l; fOdars , 3566; not stated,
Ages.-asnd 1 eer. 1863; I.2 Greals, 629; 2 to
Sye, 109; 30ola 17 40 ea , 1441: 41m to irs,
946; 50 to 60years, 604; 00 to TO years, 344; 70to
8olyers, 160; 80 to 90 ys, I; 0 ootld 00S; e,
12; 100 and upvrds, 10; mabsowa 367.
Nalonalities.-Aterla, 9. Auh, 44; Austra
Us, I; British Ameuica. 10, Boigium, 11 Bohemia,
3; Canada, 62; Ch A , 1; Deprk, 32; aldies, 17;
w; iEland, 193; France, 4 49 Ger9a0; k95; Ho, l
land 8 Ireland 1133; Italy, 44; Mouse, 5; Nov
wy, i; Poisd, 17- Pe l , 3; Prusia, 171;
RuAame, 20; BSedwlok Islands, 1; Sooaned 66; at
sea, 2; South AmerIca, 3; Spain, 53; Swedes, 17;
Swltnerland, 46; Untled States, 4990; unknowa, 7;
Wales, 6; West lndIes, 34; no stated, 1476.
The following is the mortary report for the
past week :
Aaemia 1, asthma I. broachltis 1, bhored 1,
cancer 1, canerum oris 1, catarrh 1, choler 14,
sholers morbas 4, bilous eholo 1, eampredoel of
the brain 1, onuasmption 12, onveldoal , Ifas
tile convulsionl 6, debility delirium tremeas 1,
chronio diarrhea 1, drowned 1, dyetery 4, eory
sipelas 1, fevers 4, gasro eterti 4, heels 2,
lfsammation 3, intemperaee 1, loojaw 1, iafal
tile .marasmus 4, pneumonia 6, 2, prenma
tore 1, stIll born 9, teething 5, trIsmoatlm 7
thrash 1, tobes maseateri k 2, usknow 3; t
Bans BALL.-We have received trom a ftad
at Pa Christian, the fdollowing aooot of a base
ball matoh, played o the college groendata that
fro• a .s sehald of ftv:. .ua t
SAtlantles," frem the rother's College Or
informant writes as follows:
" The former club is composed of young gea
tlemen between the ages of 14 and 16 and is an
der the command of Master Willie lnley, who
has shown great skill by the meaner in whih he
measges his men upon the feld. By the aecom
panyinlog score, you will oe that he did the best
playing upon the ground. While the playing of
llas uneommonly good, t woeald be wrong to
pass unnoticed the manner in whlich young Stille,
(commonly known as the Lttle-Giast) acqIttod
himself, ably aseising the club both by his good
ielding and u a batman It is not dlioult to
predict for the young "Heroes" a brilliant career
and enviable position among the bee ball frater
nity. Anneed is the sere of the match. Bro
thr Hillory umpire. Joseph Taylor scorer for
Atlantics; P. J. Coldecot for Heroes.
s1nr. aura. Av sIm RUINSa
y. . rid :...::::....:N.C ... A.KX.
Te. ms wn.s............... T . _Lsr l w.. t ............
SF ny. .................s J. ta , .......... t
. ti , b ................ C. L ar athe......s..
. Bu , lt ............... L . e , r..............
. Ludwlen. r.. f " .4 . &lci. a ..............
L Doysan t LI..... ... L ct.er, b a ...........
LCoos. ..............3 O. eretsr,r. ..............3
Taoile runs..........34 T r....... 23
.The Atastica played 9 innings to the Heroes'
18. ALrE a.
The folloing i the score of the second of a
series of games for the cbamploealp betwoeu
the 8outhern and R. E. Lee clube, the fI havlg
been won by the Southerners by a soore of 20 to
18. The gaIme was played on the ground known
as the SBothern Green, at the head of Balcchlm
Con ..I.. . atws. RK Las. o. a"·.
J. aW ...... a J. Dovml , p...... 1
J'.b uddend,,rLaaS S J.53.2.ldb .. 1
. (Chandler,r. r..t J. Hoe.aeey st b 4 1
F. Fay, 2d b..... 4 4 Loadon. Sd b....S S
J ulosmel, l t b...t . V. er l. c...... 2 t
A kore. If..... 0 J LrLf.........3 1
F.A.O. Mc~aua, e.2 -s Wm MaSol,e f..3 1
L b. Tomer, a f..4 S . L.. r.f ...... 3 I
Total.............. 27 s Total............27 9
BUNS EACH IraING:
ath1.2............. 1 1 I , ! . I $-5l
. la.e.......... 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 0-9
U optre-Mr. Jas. ok, of Loaeltar.
ticorer for Southern-Mr. Wa. L. Shepsrd, of
Scorer for . E. Le.,-IM r. B. Dalton, of the H
Time of'game--two hours.
-emarks--touthern B. B. C.: Home rouns, ;
left on baces, 4; fly catches, 7; called balls on
ptther. 4; foul bound catches, ; muoed alls, 2.
R. E. Lee B. B. O.: Home runs, I; left on basens,
3; e7 ctches, 7; called balls on pitcher, 7; foul
bo ieatbes, 4; mufed ballsU, 6.
LAsrT DAY o, ra Faua.--T Engine
Race.-The aclemoeoy of ti weather did not
prevert a large concourse of people beleg present
at the Fair Grounds on Sunday. The main attrac
lion was the greast engine race, for all the award.
of premiums had been completed on the preced
ing day. At thre o'olock the artds of the rare
course were lUed with people, smoa which the
tadies were In no mlsority, anxious to witees the
trial of speed between the fire companes who
had antered for the Znmmermaa prile. The
judges anounlced the followinlg estries: Ameri
can Book and LadderCompany No. 2, Creole Fire
Cornpany No. 9, Orleas Fire Company' No. 21,
Irad Ferry Fire Company No. 12, Phtealx Fire
Company No. 8. Hope Hook and Lidder Company
No. S, and Eagle aire Company No. 7. The oon
ditloa of the race were as follows:
The horse of each compeay to draw so eagles
with fifty feet of hbaos ad a lUctflon, to rln to tho
best advantage one-half mile, with toen mo, an
bitch and throw water through fifty feet of hoe.
The prise wa a maglnfleent brmo eook, repre
senting eptwune kaneling on a oeldrago, valoed
at i0e hunLdred dollars, ered by Mr. C. H. Zim
mermana, the populoar joeweler of Cnad streetl.
The copanies r s I the order mentlon d a bove
with the folo0eog regmt: -
Amerlean BHo and Ladder Company No. 2
time of runnin, 2:27 ; wht ime to the throw
iog of wsr. SOj Creole s--runnig time, S
lS ukoo S3 2;. Orlenm 21--unling
time n take.; whele me, -47. had Ferry
SI-rannig time, 2.14|; whole time, 2:37j.
Ptmnix 8-runig time .; whole Sue 2-5.
Eale 7-.rmb ie 2I40o; whole tim, 305.
ope Boek sa ladder o. 3-resalsg meo,
2:21; wbole tim 2-.34. After No. 9 had
re, Colmble W . 6 was also e tered, bt was
setlrques3 l withdrawn, owl to he bed
condition of n rack, en by rballng
rean whack lutarfered eeY Is ~ with Uh ins
She eiakro dseservn high -ai
for the excellent t~W they made, eapeoaly
whom wo*oeijer t not they teeld bt uWop00
t d tobeaei a. n wd ts wbe sn
h la ae u
.zthaek ambs nt- w I
a cUan es s~I
ea amlu ~h I
nonre es th snmne, ai
Osopoo wll no apd >
_ .prveeo hi rl.
- t--.,om' S._ eN'- qo "
seaI, wro dho u om a:o
Iname 8e , vun awl hel
orr lo Werio er day e ism o e
the p leos, whh mr s n peinaars.u
rona sl iss uah ers - s to be n
house for elzmonibeter b r
John Molere is ha J. . .~ME i wMt
ai ia s an beer ý
seat to the liret Dho ' ens .ope of
. H. Saerm wa. Iotlor lmdislrg Mte
peace sad dinl at oI t
LilJ Bark, a led wome wI. I
tef, wrelalo Ilt
Jlf one Ales bewd ad omm1w na e
uho ~k rr laho
exeeptl eist Yam.' la otI ,Ti
ob Mrp. e pr w nd it J'e . a$tp
aorn the eeo te fer ?a s h
man r the P e , w ls w oam s beap e m Id e.et.
otaheal aWt h fr we t s rre s
dou'd was Used Si., aawe Oo .
orea oe dbh fawinge "w tebop o
hreime of utuh Fos uosa to Iie e
Pete 0r, Lholl ob bie s eatd.oherg
'avH ber woon aad for he ig he
peasewo oh sto h amith
eow fe Je me, byu, mi a tsn.
that O w e fr te f-ml bls sOeub
FPaera cs Inoes employ hM wi at the mUrn.
ra oBurke uis camer to emuer a
mt toof tdaPlr i to the poems. for
f= Sterns ba e a ie of et ingi,
o eam i . n robbery a a
by a wme l arge to e oou euted af
Satased a dfter.ve n eoon.a
Fr. Caoa E.-er. oeire eeppeas last
toeve w the o cedh f e thre e- embage el
f foteate la tu h~g a eneg pIes fea
exception of Ne aesowhe ohesetere of Jasi
owhich Mr. i oretepam Je de wa at
eueatea of ts i ral onithe whih
sever foa b slr smeedm h the pi.
Dt it osmeothe eeql e gitsaber " i
of omenhoe whie wc e oes
from thors whe elt to despi et meE
tiomal; sa th,W ethinko r a
t . " f It"n a e a w e- c
cewe doig. Whee , withhs btof
his starving childhr the tm m
mtrplein of the par 's lkg wi tha ed of
crime, all g taof th emspnalesl ntn of the
act. Or, w es his craed w wildy re*
atc is lost in the pathetic and i et ril,
we admire. The o pport by Elm Ills a. Harla
aeurd, ad Brte RUns Lor we a
that ooun be de- ed. This oannlg Mr. Forrest
ag Lear, m to be hi eatest
ntas mrana eom.-IhebemanI w eY l
oper Mag , n ths seW, "Las Dinoeri
Villadn, will ae sterlm aentb ee
Opera Cresls. fand s 'mse eulM,
oserl. Demisna, an othos , a t the
pealed thin eaving for theesettlms. Er. Rense en
ofcetio of 2)'u ors, bas Anueioaa CooJil
The house durig hei eangegement, bav th s far
wAcicrh i Yor Mustas.-T he bulonw.
stacted another d adlese lest b n
abouod.e ig bhite aopen lbs Oerelo
chem et of thislehn u hasth o
of our r e desshew t been tiractsd by P - aslaitd
Ifg dropped e a the ALemy bOe as this pe
tIfoesace, they ust w e observed b several
coedpsee wil be playWd, with do e tseof
ollo performanosa, evey een frther
othei edw in l a inseae
vareas perbe, Tha o bil is ea
titled "A *l1 bt the Ganvecien."
l autyead thin pines of smisot end ad.
ccthe u uli mea oulseles, inelading
bemim ieumbser wai aIsmtel. The
daiy epes tle A >. x. ts bet. u.
st eoterday l M~lo, Ur.
Wh~tr salJr(Uy a a Wrleag the
etors.uI a thAt weare oem
now yewr 19 O estt saths
rnenple e a aplear