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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESENT.
VOLUMI XVII. WEDNESDAY MORNING., MARCH 18, 1888. N 14
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2IERVOULS ACND D1BEI.LTSAr '
Sffertngs Wave Been Fretracted
Who Canes Require Prompt Treatment
RENDER EXISTENCE DESIRABLE.
If ye are Msuferng or has samfeed from lavatasty Ila
arges, what .ffect does it predce upo year general h.th?
Do ye seld weak, dseblsatd, easty tired t Does a lttle ox
itra xartion prodsse palplitsios of the heart? Does your
liver, or urinary orgarm, or yoer kidas, feqeU oy get out
of order? Is your rinoe som tim-s thist, milky, sor ocky, or
Is it ropyon setling? Or does a thlek soemrte to the top
Or is a sedi et at the bottom afte.or it has stold awhle ? Do
you have sp.lIs of short breathi,.g or dyspepsia Are your
bowals conspated? Do you have spells of I inting or rases
of bld tothe head? Is your memory impaired? Is your
mild eoctant'y dwelling upon this sumbeat? Do you eta
dull,Uatless moping, tired of eoapany, of life? Do you wish
to be lft alone, to got away f orn verybody? Does any little
thing make y)u start or Jamp? Is yoar sloeep broken or
rootless? Is the luster of your eye as brilliant? The
bleem on i) ur chaek a bright? Do you eleJr yourself in
society as w 1i? e yoe pursue year business with the same
energy ? Do you feel ae mch coaldence a yemrself t Are
your spirits dall and tagging, given to Its of melan
coly ? If so, do not by it to your liver or dyspptala.
Bare you restless alghts? Your back weak, yeur knees
weak, and nave you but dttle appetite, and you atttUbase tis
to dynspep a or liver complaint
Now, reader, aELF-ABUSE, VENEREAL DISEIUES
badly eared, and sexoal exceses, are all capable of pro
lacing a wosnes of the generadlve orEsas. The organs of
pueratios, when in perfeet health, make the ms. Did you
srer think toat those bold, ddslat, emergette, persverinlg,
suecerns l business ~en are always those whose genorative
ergans are In perfect heaith ? TYou aser hoar such mno
ciompl of eotwlo melancholy, of uervwoUwa , of palpitation
of the hearst. heoy ar never fraid they anot saced in
business; they don't become sod and dlooeeraged; they are
Iways polite and pleasant in the oop of adies, and looeek
you and tlem Ilght in the faoe-.one of year dowuaoet looks
- any other meannoess a out them. I do not moaa thoes
wto keep the organs infamed by runsing to excess. T.he
will noet only run their an tLtutilon, bat aleo ihoe they do
businosa wib or for.
low many men from badipored dilsues, from the
effets ef self-abuse and excreeos, have brought about that
state of weakness in tthose erga that ha roducod the gno
Sral system so much a to induce almost every other disease
Idtecy, msacy, paralysis, spinal affotems, suicide and almost
every other term of diseas which haumaity is heir to, and
the real cans of the trouble soarcely ever suspeted, and
have d.ctnred for all bat the right one.
Doneases of these organs require the uas of a Diretic.
ielmbold's Fluid Extract Bache
A CERTAIN UHRE FOR DISEASES OF THE BLADDER.
FEMALE COMPL AITS,
(thitERA l DEBI(LTY,.
ORGAIO WlEKWIIn ,
'iLL I-EAsIs OF THE (TRIlIARY ORGANa
" 1:ether Existing in Male or Female,
,VHATEVER CAUSE ORIGTNATING
wrno nA-rrn oF now
I .OING -' ANI)ING
If no tratmeut is submitted to Consumption or lannity
ray enrue Our feoh and blood arm spportol 'rom these
svrcesm. s, the helth ead bspplses, ead that of Posterity,
dopend upon prompt usof a rLshbLe rmeody.
SiE MYULDs EXTlAT IDCHIU
EPWARD OF 18 TEARS,
H. T. HELMBOLD, Dscoutir,
s4 areseway, New Terk, and
10 South 11th reots, Phladenlph·i, Pa.
PRICZ-U 1 - per beste, or 6 kottles fr $8 19, delivered
to omy address.
Idd i hr ol diwias eve'rywe
ME OREB0 OT8 DISPATOKHEB
TIE TRIMBLE IN TINNBESSE.
THE ELECTION IN PORTLAND.
A. H. Stephens on His Way Home
A BROTHER Of GEN. HANCOCK NOMINATED TO
SUCCEED GEN. STEESMAN.
THEFT FROM THE PATENT OFFICE.
INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTBS
Thad. Steven Struggling for Universal
THE GEORGIA CASE IN THE SUPREME COURT.
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
Discussloa of the Bill to Remove
STEVENS OPPOSES 1HE ALABAMA ADMISSIJN BILL,
WAsnrHn ToI, March 1.7-The president has in
doroed the t-rant and Thomas Tennessee corres
pondence. that the ktate authorities having made
no contituitnnal application Federal interference
The "Kluxiux Klan" which has produced such
a scare is the "t-uns of Malta" under a new
The second mayoralty contest at Portland, Me.,
resulted in no choice. Reublican 20i4. Inde
pendert 2e7. Democratic 2563.
Alexander H. Stephens started for his home,
Crawfordville, (Georgia, to-day.
John Hancock has been nominated for collector
of internal revenue at New oerleaus.
Gen. lHancock's vipit to Washington has no po
litical rignilicance. The president merely desires
to consult him personally regarding the possibility
of relieving hin from has present post.
Commander Biddle's sword. valued at 110,000,
was stolen from the patent office to-day.
Internal revenue receipts to day $362,000.
It transpired to-day that Stevens has all along
opposed Alabama's admission under the recent
tlecuon, and that he is struggling for sudrage
only restricted by conviction of crime.
1 he tulpreme Court grantel leave to fie the
new Georgia bill, notwih.-tauding Carpeater's
objection that Jenkins was not governor.
Jlouse.-Jenckes, chairman of the retrench
men! committee, den.noced Van Wyeke's recent
whisky fraud report as the unauthorized work of
an individual member of the coantuittee-made
without consent, knowledge or approval of the
The secretary of the treasury is asked how
frauds are prevented and detected in printing
Wilson desired to make an explanation regard
tlg the clandestine audiciary amendment. Wood
objected unless the Democrats were allowed to
The bill removing political disabilities was re
sumed. Biugham moved to amend so as to rer
lieve from disabiltties imposed by both the C.no
stitution and the laws. The amendment inserting
Gilmer's name was withdrawn. Amendments
adding other names to the original li,t was re
jected. Mtilrr said Longatreet's name should he
cmitted. Bingham said " Oh, no." A dozen sug
festicns were then offered. Bingham begged
them not to load the bill; that W. H. Holden
would be the next governor of North Carolinl,
and that he could not act unless the bill passed.
Logan gquestioned Governor Orr'a evidence of
lo)alty. Bingham said Orr had made ar encour
aging speech to the South Carolina Convent ,n.
Logan wanted to know about Orr's Philadelphia
eptech. Bingham declined going into particulars.
but thought that a man who had influence en ugh
to beat Wade Hampton for governor ought to,
be encouaged to use that infiuence in favor
of the reconstructi,,n laws. Schenck proposed a
on.rth's postponement to obtain facts. Bout
well favored taking the responsibility. Logan
wanted fruits meet for repentance. Farnsworth
reported what SBck,es said of Orr, adding that
O)rr'sa course at Philadelphia was no worse than
Raymond's, aid that Haymond was afterwards ad
mitted to radical caucuses. Logan denounced
Governor Brown, of Georgia. as a mere politician.
Kelly said Brown worked zealously and ought to
be forgiven. Mullen wanted to know how long
Adam had to lie out before God gave him a
chance, by the birth of a Savior, to repent.
(laugh'er.) Farnsworth intimated that some
plan must be devised to relieve white men, other
wise there would be two parties based on color,
when the black man's party would go to duet.
The bureau continuation bill was again posrt
Alabamas' admission was resumed. Stevens
eaid: A !er a tlll tLX mital,,D of the retur, I
amn ot salatied to ferre a wote ourthis bill and ad
ntit a State against our own law, while there is a
litTeltence of 25,,Ic0O against it. It woud not I e
dolt.g inch juet:ce in legislation as would be ex
pecttd by the people. That bing the case, I
miove that the bill be recommitted. Carried.
The S ,th Carolina const'u'ianal convention
protets agamnst the repeal of the tariff on rice.
.',?alC.- Numerous important petitions and
rmemorials wrie presented.
Edimunds characterized Van Wyck's whisky ri
peal as unauthorized.
A Ill chaninti the time of holdicg District and
(ircUlt ( Ourts in Tur-nesee p-.sed.
The t , ,i!l was rtU'tited. A' amet4ment wa.
ade pted whl h 1les es the tax I n an w',,lesal deal
Sre ins--*ih 'I c Ote pTr cent. on a::oU'l'5 rver tei
Ilt.l-al.d , ::..-s. itmher anmenK;lents aCmle pro
Feat.m. Tampelra wtai Soldiere--r'sb Xe
f,orms tin Plriamealt-- ;'eeches e- abe rl b
Qmeatlom by Messr Oir e rr. Oladsteae
mad D, retl-- he I.a ter Threateams to
Appeal to ahe COastry.
I n-,,. March 17.-l c('"it dwVelopmenti lead
to 'the bh et l ha, the F.'no ,n i,'..a ,di, isi.ie'i.'
atni r"lolihd Ialise hbee- taminpe rii wit~ht the seg!
Iar -. dJie,.. Tlhere i- evll-Ok C, -if ai alaroal g
.i aflc(tion in some Irish reimnents.
In the Hlouse of Conmons t,-day Maglnire's
.reo-lution relative to irish reforrnis was restmed.
ii-raeii eaposed, and Maguirte withdrew them.
I [tli.,, Mrech 17.--In re Htne oe (,imnons,
Ilast night. Gregory denounced the Etgliah mis
I goverrn.ti ~ii relarnd. The Iri-h asked for lands,
S:,:i rl hes as i edncatin as a retirni, but the mi ,
i-try eraded their derrands an- gave then awhat
they did not wanmt. He denied that any Catholic
clergy were in favc,r of natomnal schoos.
(;Gindstone said tne Irih tenants lacked enter.
prise-that they should beencouraged in their Im
provement of the farms. The milntry should lay
down sonre dfinite plan senut the church, and
the House bshould lose no time in dc!lari:ig for re
ltgioos eqality in Ireland. He had hoped that
the minlsters real-zed :h- gravi:y of the crisis. It
wasvaln to rely on time ft a cure. tleren hboun
dredyears had already been wasted. The Irish is
Canada and Australia were only contented be
cause they enjoyed the fruits of their labor and
civil sad religious liberty. rich discontent was
wideslread and deep. canued by actual aiserv.
lIe wanted political reform. but deprecated ;
equiry into the church establishment, and ciosed
withla piea for immediate action.
I~sraeli deplored his fate In attaining ofee
when the Irish question, of seven huand-ed years
neglect by preedleg government, was to be
s 'tied. He combated Gladeto·sn's arguseta;
Fenians did nt efet events or plans of the mi
istry : the government ahoeld move slowly; hoped
the Hoose was not alarmed by the speeches of
the opposition, which in power did nothing for
Ireland; deprecated rash interference with the
Irish church-a system of then heidred years'
standing; i pressed to s laue, the government
woald appeal to the eety. H closed by ak
ing for more t~h -.
Acocse, Marh 17.-'b.r. was a large pro
cesslom of Irish here today, in bhoor of St.
LoIcIav.LLz, March 17-The I p. . train yes
terday, from Nashville, rem agalst a falles tree
near Cook's Station, muashing the engine, tender,
express and baggage care. Thomas Molurray.
fireman, and Thomas Iibburn, engineer, were
killed, aend William Taylor, conductor, was slightly
CINotINyra, March 17 -A train of canr on the
nlaianapolis and CIncinnatI road was blown off
the track and wrecked. AllaboardInjured-none
('amoeo, March 17.-During the storm a frame
dclling was demolished and a woman killed.
BILLIILLI, Canada, March 17.-The Iron
bridge was swept away by a gorge, to-day, and
the town inundated. Water higher than ever be
ALaaNY, N. Y., March 17.-The whole body of
lee for twenty miles eoath is moving; at Sche
nectady it is still firm.
the Bedse river ralred is submerged at Cas.
tleton, and the water is high throughout the Cen.
Sr. Louts. March 17.-Weather clear and cold.
CiNcilsanTI March 17.-The total number hogs
parcked the past season in the West was 2,74().'70.
JacroN. March 17.-In the convention today
the report of the ezecutive committee was
adopted as a whole.
I.r-l*Roeuso N. Y., Mach 17.-The aqueduct
at Crescent, with thirty canal boats, and the
bridges at Schenectady and Waterford, have
been washed awa3.
I.cLrv-ttr, March 17.-The Wabash Valley is
Vit -ra no, March 17.--Paused down: John
Kilgour at 11 a. Mt., Plaulice t'iri l at 2, Alc·
Ii, anl at ai.d lMagrita at 4; P. i. Pa.-ed up:
baallow at Ci r.. It.er taciog.
IAt 1I ii t , March 17 - liver riing fast.
FECM SOUTHWEST PASS.
FOI-rnwriT Pa-s. Marsth 17-11 4. mu-Wind
s-'hriLtieaot---resh. Arrived--~.ip Itiverstle, i1.u
dell, a,-iter. 21 data Irton Bthl. M.. , to I. ;veil &
ialel;) schooner Salvadir, Hlatis.n. m'tte5, I
days rimn Ilavana, with sugar and molasses to A.
Lot.roN. March 17-Noon-Consola h3)j@334 ;
Lai u4, OiL. March 17--Noon.--Cotton tafrtet
dull uad inactive, but unchanged. Sales h3au)
half.. brtee laufps dull.
Lou.Iehs. Mat ch 17-Afternoon.-Consols 93@
Li.,voo.,.. Mlarch 17-r. Y.-Cottou dull and
ea.at r ; Cttiar ds, on the slot. 101'd.; afl -at, !in j ;
4:ii. :r, li, J. Corn 10s. il. P. ltt 7b. Others
L.ovoN, March 17-Evening. - Consols, 91.
l ~r,,r. t, 1 bla,, !i 17--l've( ing.- Cotto closd
du . ,,, . t, di.,3 >ibO Lacss. Uplands, on the
spot a: d afloat, !;d ; Orleans. 10; 1. Talow 44t.
.Aw Yvuo , March 17 -Cotton-Demand dull
and nominal, but closed heavy and lower. Saaes
to.day L:0C hales; middlings 23c. Flooi dull ;
G@,lut. lower. Wheat decltiing. Corn dull;
ai: re Southern 1 I1°htl 22.yello, $1 27".$1 :0.
t4a1 I. r: i24f7?$24 GO. Lard dull at I l4'11.5.
ug4ar tai"ly i"i ne. IlMutcovado liii l1c. at her
Igrcirtes tuiet. Turp : t:ire t;i G c. Iosiar
s' 10U$7 Freights dull; cotton by e 16I46d.
Nkw Yoa. M}ar, h 17.-Money very stringent;
call Kant fi:m at 7; diacouuta nomonal. Stocks
tell under the prescure of the money market and
clot, d at a generalldtr ire. Sub treasury balance
1 0t; (t4 ,000. 5-2Us of Il;2, 1101 : of 1i,4t. 1u,7 ;
oft l63, 1(8b ; of 1-66, 1l,7;. 10-40d, loo ; 7.3Js
haw Yoarx, March 17 -Gold after board, 13S'.
MOblo1iL, March 17.-Cotton-sales to day 200
,ales. Market dull and almost nominal. Mid
dlngs 24(.,24+,. Receipts 333. Exports 7271.
tiNCI\.A I, March 17.-Flour firm soand un
changed ; tanily $10 75,11 23. Wheat $2 50.
Coin b0b@,-c. Rye $1 75. Tobacco steady.
Mena pork $24. Bulk lieat--10@l2c. for saoul
ders and sides; bacon shouldere lic.; rib sides
13,c.; clear rib 14c , and clear sides 14;c. Lard
I.c. Sugar-cured lams 17i4~ltlc. Sugar dull.
L(,rt-IL LE. March 17.-Tobacco market firm;
sales to-day 1.7 hhda. lngs to selections. $5 to
$25 75 Ifart county bright leaf, $44 50. Cotton,
2:i;(i23jc. Flout- superflne. . 30l)$S 75. Wheat,
12 .rotd; 2 0. Oats in bulk, T7c. Corn-shelled,
74 ,;ec.; ear, 73c., in bulk. Lard. 15(iLic.
lies, to, k. t24. Bulk meats-shoulders, u104.;
c·ear sides. 134c. Baeon- shoulders, Ilhc.; clear
,it l~nts. March 17.-Tobacco firm. Flout
inactive, $7 0(a~tR 50 tor superfine. Wheat
,ne.ty ard firm. 12 3S $2 70. Corn quiet, 7o.'t
•,0c. Oata, 7u(@74c. Pork quiet, $21 75~$2t.
Bu k meats-rib sides, lic. Bacon-shourlders,
10t e.lc ; clear sides, 14c.; sugar cured hams,
l;c. Lard firm, 14)(r15lc.
SataANAH, March 17.-Cotton doll-nomnioally
unchanged. Sales to-day 200 bal:e. Receipts
Ib. baltes. Exports 54i bales.
Millary Order-Gereral t yuolds to Coe.
mmas thls Military liatrict
E]PDQtARTFRM FIFTii MII.'TLEiY flTPrICT, )
New Orlean., La., March 16, lr.t.
Gsnern' Orders No. I14 i
iuting the absence of Major (;Gen. Hancock, or
until turtier orders., he tranrfers the commn md of
the Filth Military Iit: ier, and the ntrtltary depart
ment, to the senur officer on duty in the DLitrict -
Brevet Majr General J. J. Reynolds.
By commrand of Major General tiancock:
,.kO. L IIARtrSutFFP.
As.iitant Adlusamt Osnesi
OFFICIIAl : ,'ATIAhI. 6l.llbar[.
,eer-' Liert. .'th Torntry. Br-vet Fit-st Lisut U. 8 Army,
A. llig hK ias'asnt A.it ,,t iG.,neral .
F'.-ti GOr-UEN SciTRt, Cl.HiE'ia, rc.--,esMTS.
John Atidereon & Co., comnijason merbat;t, aud
hLt losale prci-ea. G:i 1'oydras sO-.,.:, are jit in
receipt of a large invoice if ;osta'on bitter Ireht
troni New York dairies. It is a very iuJI'-e ari
Sle, put up in bLeautiful pa kiges, and aa sweet i
Ilitothy. The thbence is of a very .ruperi r
quisty, and Me.srs. Anlerson & C,.. foll-,i,
rip tle old adage of quick sales and small prol 4,
ere deteimined to sell at the lowest market rates.
nd thereby keep their captal containtly in ac
ive operation. Their general stoc of stap'e
ir.'d fancy groceries is select and c,,lpletc, a ii
these pentlellen are ,iTerirg the nmolt liberal ad
vestages to the retail deialer. Me-rs. Anders i
, Co. are courteous aol accommodating go.tl,
o en, and a safe und moot ex--eint ir2n to do
L u~lr.cea with. 5,-e advster'ie.ien;.
It"tTRn, CiltI..-, Flil a.D FLuLO.--Mescra.
Fumley. Van Norden & Co. advertise in another
colurmn the receipt by steamers Crttes and United
tartces. of a choice lot of New York butter, creasn,
Wt etern reserve and English dairy chrese·,W.etern
it utter if all kinds, in tube and rirkais, sllof wh;:b
t ey will sell at the lowest market rates. Tiey
also kteep a large as-ortment of fish rc;-tant;y on
rand, such as mackerel, codfls, hIerritg. etc.,
tc. This firm are perhaps the largest dealers in
fi-h in the city, and having all the facilitfes of
this palticular trade are alwrays repared to
n-eet any demand. They are also the agents of
the fo!lowing celebrated brands of fi our, Blui
City. HlghLland Beauty. Hinckley's Extra, Aucker
Cit anJd r~ieb lu's Beet. Taelr large and splendid
tcre is No. 14 Tchoupitoolas and 14 New Levee
E-n orF A Nor, Bt·RLGR- 7-,,, r, r, - Leader
of tIhe Mockerd Brtgade, Kaillecd.--The Memphis
Bulletin. of the 16th, says: " Last night, about
balf-past 12 o'clock, three of the mackerel brl
cade, arned respectively Tom Porter. John
Barris and William Henderson. were caught in the
seat of commnittlng burglary near the corner of
Second amd Madison. They were duly escorted
to the First District statiton, and while one of the
efleeos was in the act of epentag the door, Tom
Porter, the notorious leader of the mackerel
brigade, broke and rau np the alley. The ofIcer
gave immediate pursult, and after having orders d
him to halt, ired on himl three times, one of the
shots taking effect and hitting him in the left side
of the back above the heart, the ball osasinrg
through hit body, cansing almrost instant death.
tLe other two were looked up."
Rsrolowaum. Basnans.--r speral IMDonald,
Second isllot pleeieprts hetis fooed h a va
cant lot. coner of Pets, sad Clay sterees two
targese c of osl w hik e took to the Be
cond District main stais
Bemember the ball of Orleans Fire Company
No. 21, that gallsat ast of Are boys, that is to
come of tomorrow, St. Joseph's sight.
Mr. J. E. Meott, the e*w eppItnee In the plate
of Mr. J. H. Oglesby, sed took his seat leua
night is the Boud of Ams tant Alderme.
'he city notary will set ver $100 by drawlne
out the leases of the stalls of the city maurket at
tlifty cent esach.
Neither the city trseawer sor the city so.
troller made their weekly report last evealog to
the Board of Assistant Alermea.
The temperature, yerat , as shown by the
thermometer at 0. 9 nohl'h eer Bieaville
and Chartre streets, was as follows: At 8 A.
M., 73 dele; aSt 1 s M., 9; at 3 P. 3., 70; at
6 r. Y., 71.
Tns OamriwaWt reta 7a BSALr W Tn r STALL.
or "as CITY assarra.-This ordinance. as will
be seen by the proceedings of the City Counwl,
in this morninge's Cecawr, passed both boards
of the council easamously last nlght, el will
beyond a doubt immediately resoive the segnastre
of Mayor Heath. The lbars of ale pIeeset a
feature whieh are eebjeet to-oamment and mast
have been the result of emission on the pert of
the framers of the ordisace. The ordinance
says that the sale shall be for ten yeesooe half pay
able cash in city notes, and for the baloaee the
purchaser shall give his note, o)nq 8 per cent.
nlaterest per annum, payablb eighteen months
from the date of adjudication, without spool
f3iLg the nature of the money in whioh the note
shall be paid at maturity.
It is evident that an omission exts hern, whieh
may involve litigation to no little estet, unlaes
the currency In which the payment shall be made
is determined before the sales are eaoted. It may
be justly argued thatthe bestlegal tender which a
debtor cpn dlerto his ereditor is the latter's own
rote, and therefore the city of New Orleans
we old be in duty bound to resolve ite own car
rency'for the payment of the notes given by the
purchasers of the stalls. uot the ordinanee, by
prr, idr g for the " subrogation of the rights and
rivili ges of the city to parties to whom these
notes may at any time be transferred or con.
Sy, d " leads as to believe that there exists a
probability of their being thrown upon the
I hlie purchasers of these notes will not occupy
'btc ame pos:tlon as the city. and can justly claim
Irfru tLhe drawers that they shall he paid io legal
:* :dr r i,oes of the United States. r-ornthiug.
therefore, it would seem, should be 4oae towards
defininig in what kind of money these notes are to
be paid. This action would remove all doubt in
ti e rinds of the people. and facilitate the sale ,"f
tie stalls as provided for by the ordinance,
A McERITID HONOR.-Dir. Felix Fomento, of
thi. city, who during the recent epidemic renirered
successful professional aid tQ may indig.-nr
Italians, has been decorated by King Vict ir
Emmanuel with the cross of the order of St. Man
rice and Lazarus.
Till TALIAFLIUtO "So-CALLiED" CO`NvNr-rON.
iuome fiteen or twenty persons, a self contitut"l
c. Lventii(n, have been assembling for several
rights, in a room in the house, No. 6ti St. Charles
street, and have been distributing favors to this
cn.mounity with no niggard hand. A Dr. Bhlddn
is the president of the body. ~be orgauiz.tion
d es in(,t like crrpelt-baggers to i'rfere with old
" irsidenters." in dosing the people with physic,
nictructing them ma law, or In doctreaatirg them
a ih the principles of " constitdtional" govern
~n ot. The " convention" is making n'miua
tirons; in other words it is making a tall over
which Taliaferro, the counsel of j-ayhawkers, the
associate justice of the Supreme Court. the presi
1d, if tie " hilck and tan" convention, may,
a h his colored lieutenant, go kiting into te
tutbernatou.1 office, under a Constitution that
nakes every whlte man It the Sta the slave of
the negro. c
This kite tall manufacturing'etedrels had the
express approval of Colonel A. P. Field, Colonel
Attorney General Barney Lynch and Col. the Right
iRevecend Doctor Rogers, the latter of whom, as
; rIegLsaulmous fd:ea pe rson, has said he has not
niuth f:ith in those white strangers from the
N-ýrth, who invite darkies to champagne sup
The nominations made by this little clique of
radiral inaciotenta iart night will astound the re
-lnctable people of New Orleans. Whether the
Iparties wiore names are used authorized the use
of them or not, we are not informed, but there
-re Pi me nnnies put forth that the respectable
population of New Orleans will be astoalened to
fli in such a connection, and every decent man
explects to see a di.claimer from those wao bear
snch ranies, of any association with a c'ase of man
who aim to degrade thewr own race and are seek.
ing to pr,,cure the adoption of a Constitution that
e ust result in the slavery of the white man or
somtethtng nearly as bad.
I h a to (raled convention has something in the
-lt.e called a "State Central Com-nittee," and
the ne nminations made last night were put forward
as reccmmendations for office, su'ject to the ap
proval of this mythical committee. The noialns.
Ierns are appended:
For Jnryes---First District Court: Paul W. Col.
lens. tree nd : Guy Duplantier. Third: A. A.
.\tcha. Fourth: C. M. Emerson. Fifth: E.
Hawle. ;uth: NumI C. Augustin. Seventh: T.
G. Earhart. District Attorney: Charles H. LA.
] r C'erks of Courts-First District: J. B.
Rcfil. hecoad: P. K. ORorke. Third: J. B.
I;i,,art. Fourth: Joseph IIanton. Fifth : Wrn.
11. t-eynour. Sixth: W. Randolph. Seventh: J.
,,r ,"i i,'i - Crminal Court: Dr. Beldea.
ritl C-,.rts: I. Wur 1 ' erger.
Fr furir,,.cr- First and Fourth Districts: E.
F. Schuitz. hecond and Third Districts: Dr. O.
I,- ..y.g;cs of ftc Peare anri Coimst'r'ds -
I-ist Justice: G. W. Saddler; Constib e: P. K.
nCotnur. t econd Justice: Joln-l. Reed ; Con.
stable: John Ilart. IThird Justice: Johnb P. ion.
r nit CI s:sabhle: JehnFlechier. FiltbJustI :
T. R. Eclhippert; Constable: L'boaas Gieaeppir.
ilrr .fe Asserrst antd Ta" (Co/lectors--Fr-t
Disr;ict : Thou Rice, ases-or , P. tHamran. collec
,r. Fe rivd Diahict: F. M Grozat, assessor; L.
E. Lemarie, collector. Third District: Julius
I rids. ascerrorr; M. O. Tracy. collector. Fourth
Lrict : J. C. (Gol.ng, aseassor; George Menae
inbn, collector. Algiers: W. 8. Toy, aaacsoJr;
Jhl-n Browtile, crlectir.
,'' y 'f ,s.- For Msyor: Geo. A. Fo di k .
, C. K hmoni. lHr.orrler FIrst In'ri t: Wrn.
Ii. .itr thig It cc, der r.cor.r D.-trict I). D t.
T T ILra s. I. -,rde"s Third )i-tr .t • .
,mtiri citter. l.coider Fl utti I'i.trit: II T.
Ie " renvention" haviig got thus far, a
i r'o(d Ir, l.eCt again to-marr.ow night for " uun
A Ii i<-- IL FX.ERtueIrT.-A second trial of
l u,..ra' . rt i vault crianer was male OI n Mn
r:sy ever ing. about 5 ocl'.ck, at the M.trshah ill
Itrool, on Ft. Mry stree'. hetween (;Grd a-r
lu-ia. ieveral scieniltc urentlemen were present,
in orpg whori were Ii ctor J. a. Copes. iresit "-t
if tlie Acadeiny of bieten.es, and )Doctor Mct'arrin,
noedical department United Statea army. A larre
r.unbe r f the boys attending the school were also
gathered around, and looked with eager curioity
lat the pioceediig. We need hardly say the ap
I ara's worked with full effect and the ntmat
e;pat.h. The proce is as foillows: A boiler .4
Irest diameter, by i4 feet. is placed upon a wagon.
A escuhu is created withm it by steam, when a
pipe is laid, with ,ne end in the vault and the
tle.tr attached to the hoiler. The cotenuts of tue
VnrIt are thus forced into the boiler unotrl it can
hold no more.
Ihe process is continued with other wrosas and
btritters until the vault is entirely empty. By
afiterwards throwing water into the vault it can be
completeiy oleasmed During the entire proceass
on Modsy evenoing, which oceupled hut a few
minutes. not a particle of unsavory matter exuded
Imom the pipes or the boiler.
This method of eleagatt privy vaults ie in stS.
versal use in St. Louis: and we trust that, if it
should do ts well as is promised for it ia this city,
it shall also be adopted here. We alderatand that
Dr. Jas. Burns, health oticer of the First District,
to whoe enlightened efforts introdection it
New Orleane is ehiefy dee. s deternmmed to test
the qualities of this method to its full extent be
fore expresmir an niopnio for or against.
BRADiCL NoxrtyorloNs.-The following i a ,Int
oif csrcddates tor municipal oes put toin normi
nation by the radical party :
For coutroller, Felix Casanave, colored; for
street comm~isioner, William Baker, the 4resent
tncmbebnt; for State tax asessors, J. W. sMenard,
J O. Ustnes and W. C. Kinsells, for the First,
St ord and Third Districts.
Frnst Distrifct Noination--For tax collector,
T. C. Maon. Fur recorder, John P. Becker.
For austice of the peser, Pirt ad Second Wsards.
E. Gibrd. Fot coestable. T. CooL Por Jastice,
Third Ward, P. Osuter. For ecoaso ble, James
Quinn. For 8tate sentors . . W. Ider, D. Wil
son, colored, L. R. Meoe. colored. spresenta
tires- Becond Ward, C. OGiadeu, colored; G F'x,
Cw. r to Mayor aeth.) S. oeddi, colored.
Tmrd Wr, N. Collie, F. . AIntoine, cwlerd ;
L. Rodreque, colored; B. Ilabelle. colored.
No nomatinUon were made for the First Ward.
Alderamn-Pirst Ward, JAmes Graham. Siooed
Ward, J. N. G. Parker. Third Ward. Cbtalu
foCoaell. sistmaa Mdermnea-J. B. Neble.
celered W. B. Armstroqr, Fabias Dunn, colored;
Dr. W. i. Pemberton.
coetnd Dislrid N'omrinaBitw-For tax collet
o, Victor Gerodais; recorder, aM e Stas; js
te.. of the peace, V. E. Ma * costable, B.
Casnon; State senators. P. 8. L hI'ckbeck. ool
ortr Baugh J. Campbell, secretary Board
of Aldermen ; representative.-- fourth ward,
Jerry all, colored, and Benry iaidenham; fifth
war, mes Manslon and V. Cboelollee; suith
ward. John geldea; aldermen, L. Boquille, color
ed. J. At. Raynol. colornd; asismt aldersen-
fourth ward, E. J. Jenkns and J. N. Ingraham.
colored: fifth ward, C. Granprd, colored; sixth
ward. A.St. Leger, colored.
Third B:!,ict Aomainatione-For tcollector,
O. C. Blatedia reoorder. J. A. Maassiot jostipe
of the peace. John J. Meldrick; constable,
Mellelur; alermea, L. Peses and OscaeoPoynot
representatives-seventh ward, Charles EuttIne,
A. M. Victor. Judgli Dplianier having resigned
the nomination for judge of the Sixth Distriot
Court, A. B. Leal was nominated In his stead.
In the Foerth District, E. P. Duoloslange was
nominated for tax collector, Wi. Webber for re
corder. Dr. Mackay for justice of the peace and
Leon Potheil for constable. The conaention then
adjourned, leaviag the other nominations to be
filled up by the several clubs.
H. C. Dbble. J. M. Davis, David Da3glsa, ccl
ored, J. B. Jourdan. colored, K. H. Isabcele, co'
ored, and Robt. Malcomb, colored, were appoint.
ed a campaign committee.
GIHEEIL DTras'r.--People are go acoustomed
to speak of " these hard times," that now, in this
season of general distress the phrase loses a part
cf its signiflcance. And yet it is none the less the
fact that there heas rarely. if ever, been a time
when a more general depression existed here than
now. The atmosphere ama.ks of writs. judg
ments and seizures. A glance at the columns of
rf clial journals is sufficient evidence of the
struggle between debtor and creditor. It Is
stated that on one day of last week the sberift
had one hundred and titty keepers out in charge
Sf various premii-es under seizure. But a ramble
through any of the principal streets is a m ire
f -icile and dishearreuieg reminder of the condt
tLon it n.ercanuie alaire. There is a store, the
window of which bears a placard, 'r, be sold at
anc'cm ! " here another where the show-wiid)w
itself is placarded for sale. At the auction marts
si. na, counters, shelver and show.-o~e fl rrecon
-slcously amonc the articnes exposed for srie,
the nielancholy wreck of once proepserios busl
eens. Very many cannot even pay hmose rent,
numubers, alas! cannot even buy bread. There
hvre bree cases lately (we know of one yester
dsý) where persons. probibly themselves noes
too well off, have generoualy emptied their pook
eta to save a friend from starvation.
BAsi BALL.-The following communl'ati, t has
been sent us by Mr. F. J. Letten, president of the
association therein referred to:
"' HALL WAduUJNGTON RBAe BALL CLUB, )
"' March 17, 1868.
"The Washington Base Ball Club is now pre
p ared to receive challenges from any club in the
ludep, ndeut Ba-e Ball Assoclatius. The Misege
ei.ppi Base Ball Club having joined the Senior As
soelation, we now consider ourselves the Chbm
pi-n Junior i'lub. Any club having objections to
our bearing that title, will please send in their
challenges and we will play them for it."
Tfn MI'.rIARY Exc`tSatowtITR.-It is still a mat
ter cnty of tpeoulatio, as to the whereabo its of
the excurioniits. who sailing heuce for the Ri,
(;rande apon the beautiful steamer Josephine, got
among the breakers on Padre landt, and were
thenee traasferred to another vessel, probably the
Sr. Mary, of the Morgan line. It, Is suggested
that the delay of this vessel mayJave been ooca
stored by her having been detained to render as
sistance in getting the Josephine afloat again.
Whatever the cause of detenuon; the party may
be expected back at any hoar.
BoAan or ALnmnxUr.-At the meeting held
last night a message was received from the
mayor seating that complaints had been made to
I tm of the iwjurrons effects to shipping. caused
by the agitation produced by steamboats puaoing
close to ships at the wharves, and he recom
mended an ordinance prohibiting steamboats
from passing nearer than within one hundred
yards of the shbips at the levee. Referred to the
commi't ee on streets and landings.
The mayor's message, recommending a sale of
the leases of the market. for fifteen years, to re
deem tie i-snes of city money, was laid over on
tlI the subject comes up, through the action of
the assistant board.
A m rear-e from the mayor, vetoing the ordi
nance increasing the appropriation for Public
.chols from $240,000 to $360.000, because the
tr inher of nmember voting was not saffmient, ac
cording to the requirement of the charter, was
trade the special order for next meeting.
A resolution from the Assistant Board to sell a
contract for supplying the public tnslitotions of
the city with beef during the present year was con
A resolution providing for the destruction of the
plates need for printing city currency was con.
A petition for the suppreseton of a disorderly
house of Ill fame, at No. 237 Customhouse street.
which the memorialists .ay the police refuse to
take notce of, was referred to the mayor.
The reso'utlon authorizing the Canal and Cli
horne -treet. Railroad ('opany to use the pres
-nt ilrldge tver the C-roudelet canal passed a
tnnI reaidi- g.
A resolution frim the Astistant Biard redcsing
the license on therers from $1000 to $75t, was
lald nI the table sorme time agole. ubseqeotly a
reilution or-girating in thbis board wan presented,
a hich was an exsect-copy of the Assitant Board
reoolnnon, ,nd which l-e-I a seend reading
last ilght. Mr. Woolfnley desired ti, know If it was
rece.rary to send the resolution thus passed to
the lower board for concurfence, oand the ehs'r
rAldetrmat raham) decided not, a the res,,i.
tiors passed by both boards were exactly the
The ordinance which came from the Aelssistant
tiard, to sell the right of way for a paceenger
railr-ad from Canal, t roa Rtampart, St. Phfilip.
Matisay and other streets, paned its final
An ordinance from the As-istant Board, pro
ildr.g Ir the srale. separateliy,of bthe tables, et~ils
aLd st.nd-is in the ceveral rnsrk, ta fir a perinod of
tIn years ws ty a ujnonItmons vote, taken n!, ant
-oincurred in n botli reading:sa.
An amenldment Irnm thile lower board to the
ordinarce fir leasing the iron t.lltdlnd at the heal
of Canal steet fir two years, providing that the
utchabsrer of the leasru may the btlding forr
ar y lelitlmate hostoes, wu coeurred in. The
i r;nal ordiuance rectricted the use of the b-l.l
ig fur a market xlluslrvely.
Boserp or APstg-ANT Al.nranat.-This hOr.l
e-t in regrulr weekly *eesi-a last everrninq. P'r*.
d, it W. T. I[Ir lp i the chair, oand the f-All-,wio
nim :bhers tr* if -i: Me-,rs. gonlisn. [)uno an1t-p
, n. F-nvlnet. -lrslght. Jubert, Mary, Thenan,
-c,,tt P'erkints and Flod.
A cintmun,,ication from the mayor, Incloemin a
itition from Jproprty holdets near the City P uk,
a-kt:g for the grading arid ditohing of Mrnst
clreet and bridges eonstrncted. for the purpose
I niaking a fIetier asd shorter route to the Park.
Al-o a petition from property owners and res
d rt- ne ar the Metalre RKdge railroad. cailior a:
t. ntio' to the 1failure of the tty IRaiiroad Ci:ai.
pitry to run their car ia conIforInsty with their
a nirict wlth the city. Tbe mayor reconmmnen
that the company be helt atrictly to the terros of
their conlract. The commanuneit ation wa re-ivr I
arid the petliots were referred to the commitee
on streets and landing..
A roslutron, by Mr. Bollivan. to pay John 8.
sWalb for repairs to the horapyru Mlarket.
A communication from the Public BoShool Board,
transmitting to this board reolntiuaes thaksig
tie nmayor and concUl for the restoratiel of the
I :,hbic school appropriation. Referred to the cim
miittee on education.
A resolution from the upper board donstieg 354
superfcial feet of groud is the Waashintn
Cemetery No. 2 to the "Protessat Orpsas'
Home, in compenaedion of oether rounds taken
from them for an avee. Cooenrred in.
A re-eo'nion from the same board anthorizlng
the surveyor to mahke repaiar to the woodea side
walke on IIanaeok nd Delery streets. Third
Iristrict, provided the eat does not exceed two
hundred dollars. Comeanrred i.
A resolution from the same beard sathoristag
the pnrchase of the Water Works by the cry
upon the terms and conditlonsa provided for in the
act of the Leslature to incorporate the tom
err~d Beak of aew Oribes, approved Apil 1 ,
183. Oeserred In.
From th same bard a remdetiom that tm acity
oseepts the taaser of the.re estate. moveable,
l sa meates on hand, beloagiag to the
er'o lap osse, under the set of the legisle.
twre, ppreofld Ii6 Mrch. low, eamtled an set
fer the relidf the beerd of dWectors of the
?'erero Aima lMes." That the city attorney be
a=ntLhesed to prre as act otr sfer in con
foIramy with s et of the legisate afreeaid,
and IH masyeragl te same oelbehd atof the city.
That thL mosey on lad beloegiag be mcid Alms
ooum be pald over tthe ocity treasrer, and that
a detailtatatemet of all meese on hand, real
estate anSpmeeasl preperty of the ddse Toare
Almns Bome, ooeveyeAt as tramferred as alore.
said, be ajadttied to the Oommee Oetast by the
controller hve M praetaMe after add con.
veyenee sal treafer arw obpleted, as re
ceived and cemeurred s.
The followingordlaanee, cmo a special wom
intee was offered :
An ordinance stoheria teoflty eoetrollerto
ilY, separately, at publio saoe, after ten dayt'
noteoe lm the oftcl Jerneal, ant' by posters. It
E-gllsh, Premeh add em . to be pasted la the
marheta mad other rtle of the slty, the mall,
stanhd and tablese of e various oft markets, for
a term of tea pears, seaumelag oath. let day of
January, 1869. and eadinge th 31it day of Doe
eembe, t18l8. The mee to be madr nader the
supervisto of the mere end chasile of the
finance nsemmltteee, ad e stalls to t used by
the punchasers for the veding thereon of all such
artielesau are permitted Is be sold at t to various
arkett eatter present orMenance; the puroeaser
having the right to sell aolor all uch mulioles on
the same tables, stalls or stedas, as followae (here
the names of the thWneen markaei are
mentioned.) The sales an to be male of
these markets,. respectively, for tea pears,
coauwencnlg with the sale of the stalls, etc.. of the
Be el Market. Second District, and to be ount.hued
friom day to day for a period not exceeding ttHrty
days, provided that the mayor and flnance com
nittee can at any time cause the termfnolio-ref
said sale. Each stall to be sold separately, ac
cording to a list to be made by the aurveyoi to
tle ! a heat bidder, one-half cash in city notes a td
tie it! er in a note of the purchaser :til.factor.ly
itderd to the city, payable eighteen motute
after the adjadication. aith eight per cent. inte
rest per anpum till paid, each purchaser to have
the right to pay the whole price f his a;jea-loa
tiun in cash in city notes. The amount of c bh to
city notes to bte paid by each put,-baer to be de
p" sited by him with the city notry in thiee days
after tie adjudication, to bte deposited by his
a lth the city trearnrer from day to day, to be
kept separiate ad apart frm all other uamey In
his p.eseearon, as a special deipctit till the sale is
e:go:.d, when the cty notes so denlaete-l .hall be
con pared with the notartal act and destroyed by
bururog in presence of the mayor, etc.; and a full
certitied report thereof made to the city touaotll
at ti!.t nhi etirrg thereafter, to remaiu nu tie and
recotrd d in the archires of the city. The aeste of
. btdawls shall continue daily till all are sold, the
cwitttre ller turnish'bproces verbal t, the city
ntotary, and the price thereof. and at the expire
t:Vn of three days after each sale it shall be the
duty of the notary to report the namtes of all
purchasers wh heave not complied, and deposited
the amutunt of cash payment required. Where
upon the controller shall proceed to re-ell the
etalls, etc., for which the first purchaser has failed
to corrnly, who stall be liable to the city for
aRr) rtIe ciency in the price ,of adjudication.
at said second sale without any right ti asny excess
over the amount of his bid whi- said second sale
way prc duce. No notice demand for a ·om
p tircetla.ll be necessary by the city. Beds may
be iepot tetl ty the aryoS. Each purchaser or oc
culant of any stall shall be bound to conform to
tie ordinances or police regulailous now or here
site r it, force; to, keep the same clean, in repair,
etc.. and to be delivered to the city in good order
at the end of the ten years. The city to keep the
market ho:.e in good order, etc. The c ty re
serves to It elf the power to alter or amend the
ratez,e , e circuOnstseces n.ay re-nire. In case any
r oe given by any porchUser is tot paid a, stiplta
ted, the sale to hin of any stall shall be forleited
fur the uonexpired term. without any other n .tice,
defan t, etc., and the same shall revert to the city
withocut any Indemnity from the city for expendi.
tures or impruvamenta. The holder of any note
given by any purchaser, who shall fail to pay his
tile at maturity, shall be subrogated to all the .
riahta of 4-he city against the drawer of said note.
The purchaser of any stall shad, besides the use
and privileges thereof, be free feam any charges
by tl c city on the same, as well as the articles
sold therein. except such annual tae and lixenee
as may be imposed by the city ordinaacee on
trades, professions, etc. Expense of acts of sale
at the coat of the purchaser.
The board then adjormed.
Flattlr DIavrte Cor~ s-Judge Hoe-MarA 17T.
John.Davis and Cecilia Wilson, both coloret. were
tried for the larcemy of wearing apparel and
other articles valued at one hundred and forty
dollars. from the residence of Juohn It. Water nan,
No. 237 Oalves street, and were found gul l y, but
with a recommendataos to mercy.
George Wedlove, colored, was convl'ed of
stealing two tobacco jer Alled with tobacco, from
the shop of P. Bernard, on Mamrt street.
John 8wan pleaded guitIy to an information
charging him with earryinp ma Iron knuckle con
cealed on his person, uad was sentenced to pay a
five of ten dollars. -
In the ease of P. Boette, aeemsed of obtalniag
one hundred and seventy.one dollars from Ild
ward Watts by false representatloas, the distrct
attmwey entered a mode prosequi.
Jame Brown, colored, baformed agalnst for the
larceny of a bottle of coetly wine, a pair of ,saut
loons and a silvermounted meerschaumn pioe, the
property of Alexander P. Selmy, pleaded gailty.
and was remanded to await enteuce.
1bs application for a new trial in the ease of
ti Iocha. convicted of attempting to set tire to a
stl.re opposite the Orleans Hotel, on Chartres
street, was overruoled today.
(barle f rank alias Tony, and Peter Krepple,
rlargede with getting into the residence of Mrs.
M. Muller Ibetwee the hotrs of fIr and six on
the morning of the 2:ld Juno les, by opening a
window, admirntstering cbloroformn to tie bchildren
ef Mrs. N., who had gone to a:srkct to attend to.
her bnsinese ss a hilaster, and rotbitng tle h ,tue
if six huldred anrd five dilIars in nlnney, and jew
elry valued at eahb, Ihundred dollars, were triaed
mod both tound guilty.
l!ECRtERt EtEVtILt'IS COT.- Mrs. IHarvry wa
erraiantd before thiacoart yesterday moruning to
answer b charge of assault and battery Ipon Mrs.
Iaoss Wilton, on the 6th of the present month.
The resuit of the examlinatioa was that Mrs. Har
vey was sentenced to ninety days in the Work
F;~m. Phiadrick, convrlrted oC eteal!ng a side of
lrsc(n, was atnt to the I aris: Priscr fIr 'o.T iasy.
The fll,~wing were also -orr i.dli, a,I after rex
sit- aticti si-it for trial b f,,re the First ltiatrict
cu ult : - .and Mrs. Ireagai, for ·asule and bat.
t, ry or .J,1 n M.lcerrott; .;lrlies Wod, for the
cane fler ue on P. .toodd; M. E usark. fr r eannlt
i g and heating with intent to kill T. II. Cum
nlaig; and 1-avnounab Thomrs, clored, who
plead tiUty to the charge of stealng a lot of
Jewery from Mr. Johnb R. timuttee.
Iernlle 1,bcinsn colred, chargedl with saeltlt
ii.g JanelH hite, colored, witkh a razor, wras flined
lle orni:t (;atriNsL's Cou'r.-Madane Jacus
Juaepl. who resides at thI corner oi S . ti'imp
:anI L'rieur streets, was eaeai tedl ysterd ty ,o a
ichae of rceievtli a dressing case, valead at
-40. thie jroperty of F. Zaetmbeili. knowing it to
I-ave teenstolen, and the prsecutin was dis
A Fnnnier of other caues etime before the rs
corder, Lot sone of them ha, any pIbihlio intereset.
R-v. hY. TYSo's CAuI - Rev. Stephen 1. Tyrn
lar bled a protest againset the decision of ULhe
l.ccliesastical Court, in the case of his son, wlta
tie approval thereof by Bishop Potter. He mckee
a final appeal to the supremne and final decier ,u of
the General Convention oi the jpicopa Clhrckh
of the United Ftates.
Rev. Ytephean II. Tynr. Jr., wea publicly reprr.
ntatded ky iahbop Potter on the 14t!h, in thb e
Church at the Tsansfdguratlen, for a violakdon of a
canoa of the Eplecopal ChLuoh, In omfcating In
the peesh of another minlster without his con
sent. An Immassee coneorse wan pre.ent. [he
bisbop cautioned Mr. Tyng aganist a repetition if
the nQeese. Mr. Tyng sat in t:e al 1,. In plain
dress. ie manifeated no cmntion, , and made no
The wether li oloody and raloy. The town le
dm11. Stegmeade in buelnem. Everything looks.
gloomy. aet after a while thbe bright sean will d,;e.
perse the snists, its genial hot wlll bring f'arth
the earth'es prodects, end as the felds tea with
growing ero s, all bearts will be gladdem.,d: our
present berdee will P1adually lighteno,. despon
dency will give way to healthy, lmdn.tal action.
All will yet be wo. Let there be r.o qoailings -
meet the isee face to face: privations that loom
largely up in the diastoance will prove mere uhad.
owa whmen ronnte ric.--[LltIt-a jIewrat, 14th.