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or bhe Dnmnb Girl of 'ortei "
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Alive"-' Mrdl ,.ra SIll"-'- ew w, .gp dagos, ketcb,
YAP'VP'IF Ti AT*PRW-PCe*'Owt of Edwin Adam.
"Hlt'o tt."-"Bl.ck ked ooin "
gr. A' tl A ie IItATE--"N' 'oThoroeghfre"'-"PFtog
C L T- ,%T .TT d triC4t. M-h 9 St and 42a . Catlres
*t-.e.tCwc4.fet19t to.' so neteelooltjeI.
Matleesi at own at the Variet.e aud ll actemy of Mu s.
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urday morning, contains the news of the
week by telegraph and mail, editorials,
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naercial summuary, state of the markets and
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We will receive a limited number of adver
tihements for the Weekly, and as the paper
circulate s in all the snrronu lig States, its
value as an advertising medium is very great.
It was extensively ruitnic td in town yester
day, tl at in via w of the late or ter of G -n.
GUiat. reotoring the dclo(ld I mtcu ers of the
City Counicil, G-.. II.'cock hadl as." I the
Pri Sident to relieve him of the commnand of
the Fifth Military Di-trict. If s'eh is the
case, it is believed and hoped that the Presi
dent will deline to grant the reluest.
The reoennmltiou and couclusun of the debate
On lmlresrcan t t in the H, use of Representatives
Oa the 2tth wilt ho fttonn ee'o,*hro.
We give this morning the cnrclu ling portion of
the ire ride:t's late nmes,a;e, reating to the re
moval of tstntnn.
Hoe. Jletrson Davas is stopping at the St.
Ttlre was an exc.'l'i 'illy large and fistion
able audience for a Fridoy in Lent at the O;,erra
]loue loot nightl. 'Orpheus in Hell" and " [ ie
Terrible 1'omuen" was the bi'l. o.nlight, "'Fe
Yesterday was a brl ht, i.i~ iorating day-sone
thirg too cool for thin-blooded folk, but very en.
Jo3able to the rnnet.
Great attracicua at the Fair Grounds to-day
Our scctnot of tle Mrali (;ran carlieal is ca-.
taited in the Wi~V kly Ctf' S'-rT lJpI,-hed to day.
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see all the inside pases of the CKaescar for
aews and other matters of interest.
Have we canibals antouu us ? S'neb'dy ad
vertises In a city journal-"Wanted, a girl to
Ttla GRAnD FETEr AT rT7t FAIR Gtno'aD.-The
Fair Grounds Arser-iation are deserving ef great
credit, not only for their determination to arlrd
our iit Zees abundant arntniement, but for their
CtLrpy Ia trying to carry out the great sin of
lt itr 'audable undertaking. They have certainly
labored under very many disadvantages daring
the plit year, and the pa) mr-it if the very liberal
pre nt uii t tt.cy ,fltre l hlas 'eft tI:. as ,c ati In to
nuch I b enre:l rt fjilnai 'y, to iary for arr
their prijPCi' '', tht liherd t,'ale th"y lIcire. We
hole ,ur cit a 'l iill takt. aiva.tage of this oc
cail-n and o,-w these geittmen tsat they are
determ ncd to ou! in tienl, Mild turonute' ii i.C.e
and iiake a gr. tid htlilday of it. Certainly thr a.
tractoia in rid etbhrauce in al ihat it n >Ic aUJ
uat. restig to oil 'la-Pas uol alr ctnm'i.ti 'y.
The gr, rd n:itn '.,h concerrt wach is to take
place iuiac.t , it -I 1. ,i., tio 0,f I'P of. t .yar,
acoishtd by (l.tr> a J ,..er'e 'a , t- znrt e t ver
It y perttrn-er., w' ert in l y be a very n-rai-iit
ifrt;r. W" o . r l ) t" , 14ii ', ri,. ji:* l tC'
oc Itagion bati- l h ' . wl, h "al I cnike IIt 6aie u,- e at
ttr.u laa. -. i ,u-al t: a "i -iela ti
titn to ao i it ti ia n ' r.
Cara slatrtet, we have recrived a late reiria, ,f
t Zita, t i," v he of | runi'w-r.s t p syn'ar wI k .
It o Irstri the Iiab8 .1I.6 .g hL use of l.,lpic. tt
H*. t al-no received from Rletrik thra.- oi
1 t e i.t't i-u* c o f hIt excellent week:y, Lat el'a
Our netohbor Gresham sends us the last number
Cf he Iner c-ore M-ag zrni, go t-n na rule :ia y
far )t uag Inuks, and no deservedly p pular with
Jllohn Mollaly. E·q., the rle editor of the New
Ya rk Meltr-politan f ecird, sas to lecture in M >
tale ll,,urlday night on " The Question of the
We hare n, Ja.,it tlat . l.tn the followitg sen
tentioti s'rl cini n of01 humir are exilamned to the
pnbe, every ody will "oni-ker right eout:"
Orphatl'sl tee-liaretd and Inilk.
Civil C'ourt-- Ii y-n iarry mie ? Yes, sir.
When. rmarksc an exchat gre, governrs of
iStates make has'e to pledge the supplort of
ariec to one rlJde, anrd powerfpolitical clubsin
large cities tdlk of arrling and marching to the
support of the otier, It would be folly to abuhot our
eyes to the fact that we are living among explo
TITa Fart lititias Firs.-We bear that the
gates pill be penaed at the Fair Grooods today,
at 10 o'clock, and the exhibition will commence at
I o'eleek. At night, we understand, the groends
will be bIliantly lilorumineaed.
T 1shmod (n a ) papers all contala ealo
glId Uaor JWahn Iooley, a warm hearted, pa
gta s pabla srited citizeo-native of Ire
Id- wham Ia seems to be Puniversally
A bhl o Grees " ty, Peno., recenatly
hha ash yweu . She hd
p ge i th t eseepted, but
sIembmeands Idt M ue.
THE COMN' A En OTr 01 1 mulT DI TICI .
ItW(.old be idle to dsq that the rsrooatioo
i r .4e Bancoc°k's dh redlveto the car
'oencil, and the emequsnt rineassemst d
the old boards, by direeon of Ge. Gra m
have proved a shock to the hopes sad the just
ei of our whole l p)olom, oMe
of i petty cidrle of public jobbers mad self
seeking partisans, who hove no iaterests in
common ~ia*e eabstntial wefrM-of the
general community. And it would be equally
vain to dissemble the grief whieh we all feel
at the spectacle of apparent disoomfiture and
humiliation presented by a command41who
has won our esteem and confdence in an un
precetlented degree, when he is compelled to
retract a step which considerations of self
rripcet and duty had imperiously required
him to take. At the same time it would be
difficilt for a superfeial and unimpassioned
oleerver to account for the prevalence in
this community of sentiments so warm ant
1o pronounced towards General Hancock. He
can e here, expressly appointed, and with the
explicitly declared purpose, to continue tha
extecution of a law regardced by all intelligent
a and well-meaning people of the State as
odious and pernicious in its political, social,
Snmastrial, and all other aspects. He has n)t
swerved fiomr the plain requirements of the
Ilaw, either to the left or to the right. And
this, indeed, is the simple though strange ex
planation of the fist hold which he hs g finies
of our good opinion, anld even of our hearts.
We were not accustomed to see in his position
Sa man who was sufficiently above fear, favor
or t,,ff coan, to do us full but only bare ju,.tie
nr der the iron lhtter of the law. He promnisedl
only this in the beginning, and his subsequent
tats evinced his earnest desire to faltil this
pre mise, coLce-ding nothing to our alvantage,
ainlajasit:g zotlling to our detaim,'nt without
wcrrant in an ur.li tssed inte rpretation of the
va iius provi.sions which it d" 7,,lved on hiu
to observe and to carry out. In short, he did
not mkeo his administration a running sup
plement to the reconstruction acts. He
r did not tkc out congressional omission
swLre, exrctly and construed applied, they
might fEll short of partisan designs. He did
r nct overstep even the enormous powers with
whith he was invested, in order, by so doing,
to sex, disquniet, irgmiliate and depress us.
Our feelings towards him have come to bo
such tas the people of a Roman proconsulate
night base had towards a Scipio, a Cato, or a
l Intut, sent to adniinrit r to them the 1 rw of
the conquenror. In the strct administration
of a similar law, his manhood, frankness,
dignity and honesty have won our respect and
out trust. That is the whole st ,ry.
It may will tibe conceived, then, that our
l (1"le would look cnp-n the retirement of
General Hancock from his present command,
as scarcely less than a public calamity. And
r hence it is that they recur with painful appre
hesnrions to the recent coirespoundeuce be
tcet n hmns, If and General Grant, in which
he expreess d his desire to he relieved, in case
his art:on regardwcl g the City Council shoull
Ic reverred. In that correspondence General
1i) t!terl -ec't as cammanler of the district
Ismade it ai,-,,nutlp y Ie e-ir.-iry that I rt 'uld tSte
"n: iI.r i ne t-it i, reirdltle-s of ItheC rni q rr fnc
art liti" arshs s ' 're.hit threaten mac f d,
rs' k cw bat lidter rep it could be frwsrdt I vi
the case fot all the pIacra expiaiuing may atioa
l\i nI r Si. c-i, t t i V.-lI.
Ito it-l -rl d mly rider would be to destroy my
S*Pli i -.' i, r. , .. i c l - l . V i- rt P c-,t a c 'i ,
at a, ] I cvc r d to ile aIrd lmy posiition an thi
S.,cle Wt,, .ecr.-i-st a rep- c'flit request to
be rc tised fir,,c liy pre-ent r'cormnl.
I',it uiiately it is the I'iesicidet, aun not
S ;G it. GiaHt, lo is ut ,,owVred toi grant a r"
yqutt to Ie itli,,ved in suchc a case. And
r hs rh the Pr .sidt nt unud r.tiuts, as hie douabt
less will, thast Gen. Grant's final order in tuis
na.tttr a as in furthe rauce of a p artisa, m.t
utnllte to get rid ut thei lpresent comtac ler
of the fifth district, in order that a minion of
radiia lisi mtly take his place aid um t.ge t'-+
coming elections in this State. and Text.s, it is
t Lot to be doubted that the 'Prsilent will bs
1 extre m( ly retluctaut to grant the request, au-l
it is to be hopeld that G(en. Hancock will b.c
rt vcviltc to his position, It is well to rv
call h(-re these words in his letter of Feb. 9
to (Ge. Grant :
I wes astoc:irhed at the tion of the oriril.
slhu ('Ou d I.oL' nsa lii' fcr It ex ept by tih Stit
' -I S1 . c-' 1. c' icc--Ti.t , € 'c ic t i l cc i .i
-ns- nc nr, wh,, ti lic red that it I d ,red temab,** ,
rene vals, it woueld end io sY own r.-m ),cl frco i
thlar place, shla that they would be prtect-tcd at
GCn. H'nieceik divined trulys whn h sup
1 (a.-c1 that this hoa, matcc r cati ia atc 1 wat
at.S, that ci ,uil eCii in his recmcal. 'T-'
ol, c- n-c I ee ctill a~t w, k .c.rc cc , in ii .
r - iton. At it mnst he clear ti the gcn r l
i S1 c: t ', -l)a ti', , (cf hiis r- pl- c t to i t r' l r v,- 1
\ ccual bie tic th..-t9 i n c tSic,,ctchatt c ieat.
A Nsi i-as c-s &air1-- -clcs.--A Wscalicthcuc
* i t I t a cc. it - he t : .i u r ,I.L )i I: llli- Ia
-i c: b!tc h -f the , vc r-i.le.5 i:, the 'oc,
tic l t to Pall.|ili the )rrelde:t while ti e tria l i-s
, -r cr, c : it hle wi I rei-t the saUce, anJ tc a
cf noroi . ).;f *i a wit etl - Inc. Fro a w it S ia
)( .rt--d ci ere is oui the least grocn I for t.ae bha
c- tl iLal It a I be cttlreapl a to su-.,end tae prer
allit. Sn it e ctn- trary. tae iadees i.lns yr. t!dLs
,I .e rnprcctcn,ect tria l w.II g on under t-i we.l
eisia~ - cc--- at la ccc'ai -
A rording to radual authority, thc presid'nl
c-tted sn-s Ait the advice of pro.. iaCUt IDeua ,c-i
aI sard tc Mlatnton.
Ti-e efi ild (;az tte coati-.s the pecmanei t ap
Icl'tn c ,t r f Sr S. E B leaci an i (; n. I)a)yc' Ia
litutrenant prc-arnorsa of Q a'!-e', and Nova ~ct,;ii.
e The Wtest Vi'rgIlnrla suo .l d) leuisature hs
a·thtlzst d the govreroor to tederc the a-sett.ner
of the baite to Ccncress. The " jljcd anriesa "
cf Illio.ia and ludiansa are repcrteprpoilingi fr a
efight The Wise nin assemnbly te'lt Congress t,
stick to its po. ionf. The New York 21st is
ready to march to Wa-batac, co, and Goa. Featoo
is reported to have offecred 50.tioc troops to sip
tf port(',rgre-s. The Maine legislature uatcn s
i t e action of the Hou -e. and the governr of
n iowa asys "a hundr-d thouasrd lcw&srs are
a ready to miitatin the integrity of the Union, the
ri Constitution and the laws." Recruiting off:es
' for men to support the president are reported
v-pcn in New Yc*k, and the Drmocratic Keystone
Club of lPhiladelphia has turned into a milatary
I rganiaution. So say dispatches to the Western
a The colored Democratr of Memphis held a
meetitg In that cityl on the 2tith. iome colored
rads attempted to break it up, but were prevented
by aome while fr;iends of the colored Doemocrats
SThe radicals aad their pol!ey were bitterly de
T'e veserable sexton ot the t piscopal Church
in Vickbarg, William BIsley, dd Tuesdaly, at
y the age sf 82.
Drv goods at wholesale flfteen per cent below
NIew York pricesr by L. H. Gardaer & 0o., 91. 9
and 16 Cemieo street, adJomni the UIO Hotel.
O(tsenral Hn s e reat oattr in relation
to State smanm tdlre that tLhe taxs for
the purrent year, 1868, shal be ollected on
the basis of the esiemea s of 1867. The
reason given for tbhi innovatio on the usual
method-avoiding the expel s of a new
assessment-would be sufeoent, if the plan
were not attended with serious dimoulees
and embarraessents, and if it were not sure
to work great injustice and inequality. The
changes in the tenure of property from year
to year are such that a large proportion of
the taxes, based on the assessments ,f a pre
vious year, could not be eollected at all.
Thousands of pieces of property change
bhands in this city alone, in the course of a
year; and in such cases the name of a ficti
tious owner, in all probability totally irre
sprmosible, would appear on the assessment
books. Of course the State would lee the
taxes on all property in this situation.
In this city, likewise, many buildings
ire do stro3ed by fire,' in the course
ofa year; yet the losers would be tared just
as if they had suffered no loss. In all such
ca. s as the(.se either the State would lose the
taxi s, or persons would be taxed on property
Lilh til y do Lot oan; the real owners
totally eluding pay ient. There are many
intenccs, too, in which the unproductive
pt operty of last Sear, has been improved, and
cornqsunty, become liable to a much heavier
tilxation than before. For instance on the
siquare bounded by Fulton, Rousseau, Second
i Ld Third streets there were only three buld
iln; When the assessment rolls for 1867 were
made out-now there are nineteen tenements
on that iquare. The batture between Canal
tind ('outi streets was, last year, assessed as
iv;cant lots, at $50,000. Now there are ware
louses on thie site, v;lued at $750,000.
In ctthr dIpartments, likewise, there have
h,, cn , at th..uges. Many commercial ilrms
have dietilved or failed since the last assess
n.tLls 'Wire nuade; and many new firms have
be n etauhlished. How will it be possible to
Shliesc the frormer, or to collect licences from
the latter if the old assessment rolls goven
the tux collectors? Besides this there are li
cveu" t s to bIe provided for new markets, shoe
nl, er', blacksmiths, hucksters, peddlers, and
<tl:tr tr:,isuit ; ciontractors, pawnbrokers,
lul.llkrs, etc. In short,'the changes which
tlhke lnace in a grtat city like this, from year
to 3ee!r, are so numerous as almost to defy es
tin,,te. The consequence, therefore, of.-ad
le rirg to the assessment of 1867 would be
great inju-tice to individuals and serious loss
to the Stte. It is to he hoped that General
Uinrmeck will revise this portion of his order,
and thus obviate the perplexities and embar
raismenta u tich would otherwisa be sure to
The radicals instineclsdv take their lessons
in Frrty :trategy from the worst pree lents
in the history of their own, and of every other
conntry. And, in doing so, they invariably,
if that be possible, add to the superlatively
hadpd byper-superlative badness. This is the
extent of their power of origination. If they
wsee to borrow the grimiest imp of hell, they
would not be satisfied until they had put him
in their own livery by giving him a shade of
deeper blackness. We haveheretofore shown
that they obtained absolute control in the
!.t s, lt 'Congress by a base imitation of the
Iloundhead expurgsatrs of the Long Parlia
nent, whose ht roic medicine reduced that
l.od y to the " lhmp " which Cromwell's boot
s:is idestined to kick into nonentity. And as
to tl.t:ir ianeuenering to capture the executive
,ftice by a short cut, we need go no farther
thin Mexico to discover the source of their
strategical insptiration in this particular. They
ore Mn.r ly hi nt on transplanting for ralical
nr ice in the United States the politics of
tle Mexican plaza; an interesting fact that
,i;l rt lder the purposed 1is;t of Presi
dt'it Juarcz to Washington highly oppor
urit'. Do)wn in the happy country of that
,tistinguished Aztec, it has been customary,
wll n a set af men were seRizer with a
atilotiic ardor to rule the coantry, for them
to s .ze incoittinue.tly, by solrprise or stnrln,
the ni in hlat, and, 1, ing imprisoo l,
slort . uiht os r, or other nias d ebled t'ei:
pfrfatpr of lp,.uts. to take qnl t t po'ssion
of tl.e gierin.ent. IHaving thus elected them
, lves to 1'ower, the next step is to refer th"
iloice to the vte of the peloile, with the prs
\-(o tort 'uSi te 'ntfliriages in ftvir of ratilit'Ha
is eInlt II in the riult. ILit, n.i u
sl c, n ,lioi l , xigeu ies dIrnuini ,ttention.
I-.hoi to lI zz/I tLi ir I,,ns over intricat,
"(I CIll c (itr's O'trnVn;c` s at taittit)n.
II . 1preceid to add i ',!itio'n t u-urpation
I ? i. tlaiglhtfrart atndi siiimpiile mithol of
Sf itt, r dt ,,;jiln. It it not I ft fr the
\n,,ie in mil 1 to, inm-ine a trantltin of
tre it . s. s here Itr i tly rketcItehd, tr ,ri tio
I~h xhitin pl za to tih Ainernlan arena of par
S11 osti ni . cotlspiracit.es anl strllg'gies.
1I i t:,d l 'i It in, with i irwi'teristic veirib\
if. f ,..a 1oltict., is befoie evhrybuoly'
,..; ', lluinly set fo th, too. that a Western
.rt-ot, y hich has hern tofore ,tppiri'ed rali
L el lpohey, is at hngth foirc'd to coufess thet,
"' we hasve not far to travel no .v, to reach the
broad roiad down which the Spanuish replbhes
have rnt-h d to death." Nit far to travel, in
aii, truth' A isniI's pace couhll Leasure
the dstance in one second. And the roal is
nit clly brosdl, but terribly precipitous.
" ]acils desrcnass a'ernL"
I EIEDn -The reptie teat the president hal
sent tor (;Gieral Etory, anid thit dri-n the in
trrview in reeponse to tihe -mmno,. he hbid to
furn ed the pey.eid' nt that he sowe aid .hy an ord r
urlers it cane through (;ecerl Grant, is denled
ty General Emery. 8o says a Wa.hbington special
to the Cinonati Commerci l.
We invite thie attenutiri of the public and heals
if families to the ea'e of furniture which will be
mnade to day at 11 o'clock A. a., by O. de Ferst,
auctioneer, at No. ls Bourbon street, Secood
D ts ct. The sale being without any limit or
rerve, deserves the serious attention of specil1
it-re atd others deeirous of seeeuring chuep bar
"'Fighting " Joe Hooker, as he is called by a
few per pie of a humorous turn of mind, is now to
AlnorsHR CANDIDATs lro Pt-suC PaoxeAOIs
is btll) Mnrphy. the well ksors caterer to the
hatbilres , f St. Charles street, whohas jlut opened
a oew henea opposite the postboece. He sets a
.t -r'ptouns lo·sh y Ly, , ad deals out to his
'piernds g,d cutomera tlhe art ,t of wine. an
I'quos. With these tadoeemeste he coeadeudy
r ites, a all. feehig sat 'qd that on'c tantca.
were it ta.lt drop iL th c0ap 'twoeld be to him
they woeld drak.
. ear. MU llAWS 'itMUE
The host of friends ad liies of the
gliant gestlaman whose ma is cigeel to
the Moowing Ishaanoeimoele., .,IIds ed
to read this uaequstvoal dsetAtoln of lb
views. Withhosho Ll1mw enmetla
an, no each espwmatiss Is ause y, and
it is strange that any asabhoelka dabted,
even for a moment, his devoMa to the Demo
eratic party, anad to the great came of consti
titional freedom. Bie whole earer is a
protest against the aspersioms wheh his politi
cal adversaries have sought to east upon him;
and the record of his publi, acts, especially
during the last three years, ought to protect
him against the calumnies which are invented
only to injure him in the estimation of a
community which recognises him as a trusted
leader, and an effcient champion.
Nay ORL•AJIs, La., Feb. 28, 1883.
Editor New OrL.aa Cr.test:
air--1 have Jumt been intfrmed that there is a
report in cireilat, n n in tits city, that. In reepmad
leg to a toast to '"The Presidest of tse Ulted
S.rte. "at the fee'ival tiven by tae Assoeit inopo
Ex-(Ofice s of the Unilted States Army sad lavy, a,
L3eunr BHall. on the 224 ioi., I exprarme attir
melnte Wbhl h were regarded asufrienlly to Pre I
'ont J.hn.on; and I respeoefully ask leave.
brloegh y, or paper to state, that to peerive lth
hat n.r y of a social meeting from which I uide-
-tendi political expres-iorla were to b- ercl 1-1.
I iunnelnted to re.poud to th'at toast and to orm I
the eapresaion if my pullteal opinions.
I had soup osed it was to*, well understted in
this community that I am the per.onal and pi,nii
cal friend of Andrew Jlh:aion, and the poli-ioal
, pp,ie Lt of Gen. Gjpnt. fIr an'y sit;h arns ard re
lpot to oltali the i4no-tst credence. bit a. I
ilnderltand Ihele are aase otiuaea whe do be
lieve that I enlertlnrt syopikthy with lien. 0- tot. I
deem it due to nltyelt to cay that I ail as str in(ly
SIl oseti to the politiarilie es aird action of lieu
Granit s any man in It ai -inas.
Tie uturlpations of Congress. austalned by Gen.
Grrnrt. re as abhrrent to me as they are to i.h
great body of the cooinrvative people of hmericr,
aid I ni-t eatlteitl) hope thit bui he ail ol
reCFs nary he defeated in their attempt t trnttt,'
upi n the Cor lntulti n and usurp the government.
lar, very re-pectfully,
JAirl a. SraTOtA..
Tra OP(riai--For an extra night in lententimes.
the aolre.ce at the Opera House last llhlt was
excrptinrraby large, and mnut here beta gra,:fy
nr, to the beneficiary. Mr. OGilbert. 'lle Liln
hens, In her rile of Eutrydice. was charming. bh *
plays eid .ings wi bh tmi e iirniration and atr t'ni it
ftrrierly, a tact which we are hi.,ly to chron
cele. o -night for the first time I several yearr
AuIer's bea:lltfll flve-act opera of " Masariie'lo,"
or tihe " Dumb G(rl of i'ur'ici," wi "' Picot a.
Mn.tntiello and M'me erojin as E, ir. rthe
pertolrtarhle will inclde a pas de d, uz by Mr.
I t itl,f i and M'lle Arusta. Oin St.iay a grail
new drama, entitled " tocamnhole "
AcAorav I(r Mtirc.--laturd y comnes ari't-d
ngaio. aid nr-b a oute from all thie to ir criltr o
he ei'y the little oine. c .omrlanred by old'
i Iks, will be seeq gaily tripping tl vird thl'
gres holiday t ecler. the At.ale.uy. D-., S.,llilr,,
.aic pa'rin thier comlpirg, his prep iredl a p a-n
fnt little entertainment tfr them there. Th-y will
re l.e ' Man with the Carpet Breq." the "Jeor'il
Hutbaird." the "White riatse," and "Dido't I
Jove Him." That toonny man who asil * 'e -
'atber re old Charcoal" last Satnrday, will t Irsy
h4 w ilt-em the mesnreuvre ,of an "Algleritne
[Irci, If sater," and those Clinctop Sisters will
g'ide like twin fairies over the stage, to one or
two of tier graceful dances. Titl tI bit a p ir
ti,n 'of the attrac lve proigramme offered the
jlivelrile whto a'tenid at no n, and the m ire -e l te
ch, dren of luarger gruwith who will be present no
VlAIll TIs.-BIlwer's comedy of " .if mý y "
iffdded Mr. Adams last evening an opp-lrtrint'y
or a capital imoersmnation of Alfred Ectyl,. in
ticrh hIe was nmaterially eostained ny Fly I *s S.r
Fride, ick Blourl Dyott as Sir John rVerney, F'r -e
Sthe' himl r,.o Air. faltesr, and Mits P' a:Ids re
C('~ir DLr,gliv. T-.day at the matinee the
"Marble Heart" will be repeated, and thin even
na li. AtDms again oilers his sdbirable per
!lu n ance of Jack l;rer ,' "Wild Oats."
Tr. ( lARLl.o.-Mr. DeBar reproteuced "XN
1 horneiro itare" laIt evening, after an interval of a
'tW gl~ A ut hot to Lo u, pose. We rer:t to -,
t f r athe piece certain'y ought to draw, if any
,'on'd. r)iplete ao it ia wlih scenes of the most
rirtl'lir irterest, and with the prineipal obirac
-tra in the hai:de of such pileasing perforrue's as
Mr. tlarlirs sod Mi. Perrin. We .in ouly hope
lint tie tir ai preatntiatin of the piece tipi erce
irig Iay call ti ge'her an assemtrlige w ,rTahy of it
melits. M ci. Crh`rlotte fbompsao, will cumieonce
en Clllleruent in Monday evenoin.
( RLecT ITY MtLI'i.-t-he e1illy attrantiv
eolltrti. n of curioi lea offered for the ilrtpecr tvi
,.f I-e rn!hlc at thi. in-enm aftird to unany v' i'
.rs l aw' lcoinl rlprrrtuulty for p-nrsi6g aw y a,
agreealhie hour or two. I he museum JI Ite :e rI
ipprpiite tie S'. Cliarlra Hintel, and is aldays open
trlml i A M. to 10 P. M.
It wese our gred fortone. yest,,rdiy, to receive
tid a(ct It ain iovittio to visit and inspe : tile
i.e w -tean.er Jose phine, of the M irgan line, now
lying a' the fort of -t Joseph street, and recently
-iltt fr. tIhe Tess" trade iy Meinr . Harln &
irlu swolbth, of Wilmingtin. Dclrware, a firm
thi:t I.- ciLs'rucled for Mr. Mrre~a: thirty-seve n
b Ip. in il. It is with no hlt!e pleasure that we
eu-nn inn' lle to tl;e ullli the feq intere-tin
c i- of aich we can e 1oit porsension diiuJng a
Liit! tlut arcreuable elijoiro on b sari.
S1e t ILnnge of the ve-eel is 13011 tons. Irea'er
' r 3 . t1 ,- tml n that iI sy her l trr ie -ev:e ilterln
bin a w | il in the Mirton triJ- b-w -n
ire, vort arid Unrivta'ou or M-bile Ste hi r
moal ei cth nf 2T1i feet over ill, I teet il.rn, ild
C i r i in llh l uor . Ihl . n, iniil sll rnn l irc -
S, r. 1 Iece are two boilerd. illd a'l alil'**t'e
,: rit <'e ci ,i ccltc l to the Iuch. Fresh i at r
<I: I err r- v inn the thrilrra, aid. oaddr hli
I. n , Iit erni. the earine water nainy ie usdl
v r ai ei re sain iS nun? tines mas or may be de
-rid. I've boin:s if the MIirgn .inse, we mor
- r u e'nni, er ulipplied with the esriie a riri;n
:i., it. Meman prpe tr wartmorng prlirlove. as well
- I r r i e it xli . ti-nwlnt oi fire, li ii-ae ii tere.
i . hre lid irrnc tihle v'C ic. li heill, win J
, iron. ii divrded in!o flee wa,'r and air 'ili'
,,ri Iartnrents. thlu non.trucetiin In the clene of
lie aili tlnllnp Au-tin has already prnoved a benl
rn-I fI '. lith ime -.e alter R .r'eli.i:ng Seririri lit
oii ne. I ' Lg b.en kept aflut fir a periori of flee
n -. altlnoglh with a hole in her huli flie feet ir
A -,ed of ihlirteen knots an honr is antictnated
mor Ire Jrln, liite iy her bui dern. .erirnatly the
tin.'y ' f tlr n.' dril a wnw)we it, her lines retelr
t i- n liriptini a irac-onaile one. the iriterirr
irai gernrtc ti a ti ilin or the se-mel crnn'ri for
tIeia ce aend i,-tll,ort htie iurlsar-ad Ti one in
irnr g t-t nlintoi the idea anggestl it-elf that in the
rirInction if tle Juateplell the bnilirr hivre
inn hit ed all I it isate, killand modern imir',ve
li-oti crio d olt r to rirke a vesrel attraoriee an-i
Snln.trlrle. l , here are accoinmnoditi le for one
I ul.drnlled nvdr iahiy parcanters, there hpint fi'ty
-vtu talrlernulat uin deck sal tweaty-is bhelow.
L'the dcnd I·gir, in the I.wer rooms are donale the
I~rlns y ae2. irilkni g ihoee apartments unisaliv
d-Piratle to i avevlers. The upper satlon is
eiraloraeily finn sled in atiuhwood, rosewod and
,iahbranny. an is richly carpedi: Ihe lower or
anllTr g caliniis litlielhed in roieen od ard mail nR rny
a ire lt itharret floor of intlid ash and blaca
' ire anccotnr odations for the stowage of freight
ard cerlle ii tie torward prt ofl ati veerel are
sxt-sriIV ird nyltenatic. liae Iantries and store
romns tin the (uter side of ei brer gIangwLay are
nIlldec of nesaoea and enarmv-aenee. rhe total
c.st rif the Jolephlne wir $215 00i.
We lhonld anl complete nor lsketch of thile vesel
Wl'bout ctatnni that the Josepione will bi ander
ahe command -f OCapain Llakwood, a tried and
true stanrIa, I-te to command of ase 1. G. Harris,
in Ike same trade.
The vessel will be open to visItors to-day sad
to morrow, end we can promise ail those who
have any forliees for a Inse hip with a jvrial
cnmnrsrder, that a rip to the Josephine will
an ply repay them. And do not neglect tn pas
it tihrolpgh the upper nalooo, to pauee for a few
a ments beside the exquilite workiug model of
thie vestel, m ilver and pold, twenty-two Iaches
iaiengith, made by a Mr. Benton. ajIweler in Wit.
noirgt, n. The craek, propelled by the machinery
of a musice box in the stand belnw, worek tie
beam and revolves he padels smolothly ad
pracefully, ILtil nie, watehiag the qiret motion,
taneies he sees the ship peasalag by, far off spon
the (,cean. and amonaclorady aaisI ahe raisingl of
her Tlpoel elg.
Altogether, our visIt to tbdoeephine was a de
liehlful one, and we en oell may in conaeltaio
that those wbh deaire to pmass as ,lurt hour or
two ea do at by folowlg oar example, aid
sylilo a vis~t e m aiL.
Two Crassl frts Dar
THE FPAIR GOROUND!S,
FAIR GUNOND3 .&A.001EO4-o.
IbemLt0.trebefthbepa g hea La A aIg0116.
oP.ieall- htoi emetr.moed em ittee AdaM a dll thea
o yell at mlre5t anda eersy a o s. srwas M esla I)a
.he Ia r.erta Lt*eao. Rit. I·lette lppee the l bpi
lr 1 ' O.'.ems to o.nlJa rand prlttese tihlet amlate .
w crope,9a witl tlher mla..ca to earl eut ie e.1eek it.r1
rlewed aeme. l -
The . tolwrag attracdive Rsibhibtio will take plas s
-1 tusrday. rel. . sad sI .dir, e rek I.
The eelebratld Aeremat. LOCAUl UIntlr. hkl nake
S a wD WALeOOI ABCRlfIOW.
evr. hball bear durilg SATUSUAt and OUSDAW, om
meordu s a o'rtdck ach day.
7xhlbtlessm I the Aroens
BERR LENI.i L wi'l ater th Dee o the WI d
I.eme ad Leeoase.so
an ofthe meeo drtag feats a record.
The PROlIERS MIACO have voelaeteesd their me
v els, adt will apeeir I. thei celebrated
Aerbttle mad ynmmirle rPoIe.
Mr. BAR .RE hMITH. ae!d vtra of New OrnLm
has klndly v leatemed bheis sel o. w th H b famly, mel wMl1
Sl pear I m rn. hber it tbe'r Deahlg sad Oruacefl Act, ao
BAREIACK ETI ED.
Sr. bRlIT will n roduet hit Weaderfel AeL a a Fery
Steed wvt hem 8.sad4d r Be. a6.* id 4MIp ~ s,. oell
seen years of age-a flet Lever beforeo autited but by ome
per, t bofbrt
W U. IAAYLIR tt his celebrated BAREBACK HURDLE
eveat Treatlts Bilo-Purse 3800,
WILL TAlE ILACI Oa
IATU BAY. PZI 90,188.
hetisen the following celebrated heorrs:
lle heats, 3 I 5 to barUes,, nd to Rlae.
T P Rlcrh ctam.cr m. Mc(LLTK PUC(NER.
W J. Pave sm.me . . W. J. PAYNB.
M Q To..wse aeeom . , E.UHN hCLWOR
t , d l DAY-In placeof the Pacing Reaeowhic w ad
roead Mammeoh CeoeeBs,
Whkh wa. to bhre been given at the late Fair. wil take
lere at 3) o'e'ock, umuer the dlr.oeion of Preesleor
YE ItMY . sucasto by C&uASLh JAEGER'd ooobrat.d
ivcs r t o not Pw d. set will coes,st Ie ONEK llk1JtKD
AND FIFfY PBRFOMRMkBR
IPIO1AMMl OP SUNIAY.
1. Ovreter.-Triumph Mrcrs........................
2. I .amr lone -Bras Baud ............. ......ddl
3 Pot P.o d ur .f Ro.om'a toat Maler......... Mererd
4 ('astia- otertleDiable.................. .. B ser
5. Choru--brand IMarh ........... .............Ber
I. Overture-"Tannbauser," L.et time In this te*y
1 Fteleo-"I Paitant," Brate avd . ............Be.linl
3 Ilirerti.emert-Lce Charmes do Voysge ............. Lbe
4. Fair Cround $itchottl.ch-Brmse ans. ........... Bet'
5 C(o as from Fenas, with Brass Baud eompalsm
ROBERT METER ....................... r o Oreheet
CUIILEI JAEO .... .. ..... Leader of Bra Bd
OKrllBETRA OP SIXTY MUITOIANS, and a Obe.
I nInty of the beot talent of toe city.
Charles Jesger's e'ebrated CORNET BAND willt e tI
a:ter daner on bobh days, and will coudnet the DeACINGi ON
1 HE PLATFOkM.
Admalsion to aPartl of thbe. --fPlty COat.
Cblldra auder Ul years of aol . dge sels, Wl he dlit
Febecrtt en to the Meehnics' and Agrictral Fair Asso
,a craw of peatpoormet. a BRao Peasant wil be displayed
at Ceresent Hall
iTe a Vi.)
Old Leves stast, oa erpeele tsemb sal teeaa.
She beet WIMP , I 1QI'itV sad POPULAR IIXFUAZI.
A -r.mFp ros LU lil every doy.
I'o.n wilt. uu saln.ps
E. E. MUPPHY, Prnoriettr.
l'e .lre Ofler lsg
0T1_R HEl'AVY STOC'K OF SBTAPL
FULLY 15 PEA CENT. BELOW NEWKTRl E RIOrt.
L. H. GARDNER & CO.,
WEOLEALM DEALERS IN DRY G1OODS,
Neo. 01, 93 iad e iDemm.a Street,
(Aj.olatg Ve h(liaW Rats.)
IIEA.VILY IXLDUCIED TTIHE I'IICIi
HI. Large Stoes
DIAMONDS. WATBFC., COiItAl , JEWLRY, BtlaYR
WARiS AltD FANCY 0OODa4
That his C.. . cscnoot b e on 'eold by eay one o the city.
I Icrtcubr tlentlo poid to Wtcih e.nurtng aid Diom ,u,
94 AND 96 CANtL ItrRI:Ir'.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURACE COM'ANY,
S HARTFORD, CONNECTICUIT.
AN TS................... ..... ......O.GS .Oi000.
GEO:(;GE 8. DABLIN(I. (GENauL Auoy,,
I fice erl er otiahl atd 3. Chtr'o a treets,
E.tralNces o. o112 lCanl an] No 8 8t Cbsrre 9t eet.
New Orl. aiac
Rrefe to E. 1lomon. PFq. Olen'y Brkhe. "
C;iOOr. F Iq . 1. r,.l 1.lml. P.Rq
h1. DatrphlCu Cko
STRAWV AND SILK MILLINEER GOODS.
AlTIFICIAL FLOWERS, TC.,
ec............CUSTOM OU sRmaErT.............e
Near ChLrtree-Up Staostl
Now 0) tll gerI'.
oost Otru. Now Ort... ov.. 18 L..
t. eleIne s om e usce MaIlre at the Sew Ors Peasn OI
I o ter Mbiiet Meoasmore, Alin. AageIII e o
letobate od., eas date It& a11. I.
sect Met tr Sl rest t(Ilaotr Sa p the fla. at hualn
Bare oa t Meads tI. a P. s r tidayeatg .
Jlckcsta . 1e · sel at 1. e. ever3 Teadg ead Sletesoay
ole the RIler
Cells le Lr e Pe ia I ,. a. my ?aee ie
9deeAIgbee f e esasat a.
lad-e me Irseey. t slr. a. l
ls te fe eleset, o e bsa l sege and Sbewueva
ePse. elee as ? . a Soanse, Tseeadae. 1horudew,
md !oeardaps. ote Opeleoem R elbIhd
dat. *I Oaate asver alees aP . aL We dsuss
IIIateria, ale she WSo.
ais fee Newhehmaera ams me Led fro. elm h6.nom
delse te harese .0 e toowarda by weep elemt.
oFrom o' Ch-ll I a. a. S ames e.l
* Lewary w0tl H e pt e Jn.I n a
MIEPATa. ..Otle aem Be a. am em fl- a.
- 3 w. ?ALIAFPa3o,
Readl TM. Cletfncate.
Po(I i J A * 1 T D L T T CR 1 1 .
tW plA3n, JANUARY 1. M.
ooAs uWauW Ta t m t s. a u t "er Gr
GREY JACKET 1ITTERS
surteme. l ,atw 5es 4*
ý L W r'OrTl
THOMAS C tHItKDOI.
PIIAI A. BRrLRTP.
eat. A. W. WALKII
JOIN HI trAIrtIL
EDRAl TH OW.L
q. w* 14(.
D. . 5'l(tlNIlg
W. R. 41" -PA 4A.
AWD NT n"'HWRnA
The Great Coatest
OF THE ]EA O () N!
iThema.l6eems Ibk, GolaRmbmidusmd BANcIR, b. Iy
Wehuent esetm aof a Reese esa Piho sM the fe DO.
peatmeettl the backetrand. anl mtnll.e t y w,,rked and
ps.nted by the ansa of the Iluome.r tlb. . .1 3. epbed, '
the bearol of it. Jeeph's N.ew Chrch. . o'mm. street us
der lhbe epase e of the Ladles of 8. Jrepb's rvi4h Caureb,
will be voad for on MO DIT, March 24 IMB and be pt
ueted n, tbhe p-4t JeIphL' lew 1.ll, e.raesr a lmm
aid Derblp y .trete-- the Csmpeat reasnoin the b baghe
Dmler of vote.
Ibhis l the most beattflI BANNER over offrei and well
worthy the conteot of the Fire Deparlmotm Let all to
.7mpantee marshal tbe'r f heds, and prove their pepalarty
by the ote for this baeeu'al lBA N 4Sl ,.
The Ftrst PrssI.ee.s.
HAVANA CIGARs AND TOBACOO.
le.ee A leee. De. 18 R.sap .arS stree,
MANUFACTUERA OP I4VA)A .;I'iARt AND
IMPOITER OF GONUtBI LEAP Ts)ao. IO,
Order for Ripe of the &meetH avt L..vn 'lb* "a .e lled ,
.Ith d onroeh en ar(fen. .a *
dolsI earpasd by thas of Havns as erpritagly *
r A La. totd wiTh Prullrpomw s to thm.s'a'ee o
lEar o Cvemor iSI; the l eu e 4'.. air
ee lmbre, tOd7 ed Lt te t ttl . art s r , a . seatl tte .
(orlmno-t- LrC BIt~Le ever a hbuet r..r so' ' .
nd." street. loI'."eaet.
D Eat y te O d CO tt, fuION.l power . nts rdo oIt
sor i.t) rules, Ad retT t rhey mar d'om rut.
r hed uveeesv for lb.theU pey cud the trea..sl oigof tee
8 tth. A of TerpIrato r wh the
STAFF OD ULKT CUL rl r , ts
tee of thie Btate h ~ r le of the mlal .
iberl · dioeomt mado to ~a .s
INITAO THOc B. A PEIANMY & THROA.I
DO EAE. OR lONUNMPTION. tId lasr I ee, t rsl
Fnr Prewslareeh PAol T rape s
TITe Rd T PREO IM, ( DlplBmA) ah s a gidn bwis
Irway d to W. W. WAsuURt. I 3 en t .trt, w .
seo or the werthl O T h OOttAPe h eth b bited h the oal. .
SaDllr r re aGn Jewelryw.
eePr'rIpP LA KYROS ; t'.NiH see 'I1lKa i i.
A l ave ao SILVRIISWARR. J5W.IIIt A nd DIt C
lONDI on bad a A. ; GLO W oLS . I;O; emrotr
Lib anl Rda sotrn . Al%. euch mlde to rtlIl s
'lk, Bo su. YMTHOrl Sn m-nts. W r. l WIFY Wrin.,
Desk·l r irmlaI 011, Ip~ee~e tels. (:t er, 0 and PL
Fare, l Pr m PAo e.Logrely pr
.LIPTI E~('ING MAiLONY E TIl.) 'I ft ,.
)be Lout (*rra L',*ah d i awnll Ib. ,'io t l'r .·m s t L,
Tha FINN? EhmIr ' ns oa Dlpre be. gae boon.
l'l li a &/DIka' aId CHL(ILI,1I'Lh UD.Y4 YI.
saded th. r. WASnt a RUR. I 3 :,a n .tr.et, t7e Or.
ess... ............r Ce ARTt dP ..............he Lois
.a !tuts eit foe I413.
retlrern rd mm nd OI L J He ry '-. mil.
A Ie vyatoo ICcLYIRWA R. JWLmT l ed DIA.
· nol oves m bl s lheet - Al...-' r eust. u e . as tII: (sh
m'lo-bc, Ire see. N tl Orne m ts, W re tK.. o O e *ln.n
Peek. L lte Omee, Speeteclos, tt cry. o .. sad pti
InW4 po6rtt to t,.t r.ry p r'
she IC, 5'5 T .e •sedae l1sh;e ,Pr rp.uona le.
at .ulI If s oe Ie ',mDr.. he
taeldar Aitm ' hia I.stc' In ut: tlci ny,.
S• .hm etil e e ct iorerlslnilun. ha. r t ll rtl r a ull
As exoII.r i rMt. kbl or to ar Ns, recr I lis f lty c ha tre
M.olunt of hI Gn therein.
O y OAIP FTRrc oo.,|
l. t&cArlUly . llh• l rt , n s lhri . us Hee eseo
CAU OF LIBERAL ('lll'l Irl \i lr.Y.
T7 , I t ton.. c er a tial r'l ttser, i' It ,, I ,o t,
st P o.Ju H.a .etr"(,L.. I1 e . , t t' ,*o er, I
Arrl le mte n r Ilre l mde v h.ve Ilt- pu 1 '' elet
lma 1)y tbhr, tlr Th l r t m c dl)lur i l lto i a; sh *
II e pota5 o laJr r n'o,,jreano
iey mer oeeth B h ea of Tr r
p. t. Dl 4rri.t o r,
*s C-P lPTl..
Il. ,U . TIEAns*omL r,
PURCHASING MAD COLLECING AGENCY,
11 FULTO IbTREeT, iLW Yot1.
deras .th. o tIr saw' IN' )
AB d ol • OIUAWDIIB AsI'JUULTUAAL
eaLs rlu~.rbs m t.. omr,-. .
A'te receu crdete, ,r rtreep
A m ,-esst t ut m the ,re- 'e oc ." " . .
IIra, -..00 . O I" l e A •
eOi'e tJi. •
asl. . e.. ............l1c
A ,m - mg J. GU r.e
5m~~. th homee 4 i PAluTA