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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT,
VOLUME IVIL FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1868. . - ER 18. i8
!!ERVOUr A.N'D SDEU.B TAJE'D
Suaferlags iare Been Pretracted I
Who Cause Require Prempt Treatment
INIDER EIIBSTENO DESIBABLE.
If yea use eaetog er base eabed from levetabay ie-'
dharges, what offec doesitproedas upe year geara l heh?
Do yea Leel weak. dohb Jitated easy tired ? Dose a iale oz
t exeartita predae palpittioa of the heart Does your
verr, or arvlry rgaam, yor ldaeye., bleqatly gas out
of order? Is yeur aie oemetimee Ithlk, milky, er Isky, or
Is it ropy on settling? Orednes a thick seams lte to the top
Or is a sediet at the bottom after it hae ted awhile Do
you have spells of short breathing n r dsypeapda Are year
bowels eoosipated? Do you have spells of falatiag l rusoe
ofblood to the head? " s yarmemory Impred Is your
mind eonstau dwelling apon this rubjeot? Do you hel
dull, litlese asp g, tired of campeny of liet Do ye wish
to to left IloJe, to get away ifom everybody? Does any itle
thing make you start or Jump? Is yoa deep broken or
restless? Is the luster of your eye as brilntt The
bloom oa your cheek as bright Do yea njey yoeh elf in
eoclety as well? Do yea parme year bedi.ses with the amo
energy Do you fetel a much oeldease I yorselif Are
your spirit dull and flagging, gitve to Ito of melan
choly If as, do t lay It to year liver or dyspepsia.
arve you reetless slghts! Your beck weak, your knees
weak, sad have yema hb little appetite, ad yea attriLbate this
to dyspepslt or iver complatit ?
Ilow, reader, ELF-AdUSE, TV1NERAL DIIBEB
badly cured, and sexual excess, ro all apable of pro
ducing a weakness of the generatire orse.. The organs of
gensertion, whe In perfeoot health, make the man Did you
ever think that those bold, deioat, energmet, perseverlng,
uecaesful bastnes moe are always those whese generative
rgns are into perfect health ? You never her such men
eomplals of being melancholy, of nervousem, of palpitation
of the heart. They are ever afraid they casel succed in
buiasies they don't become ed sad dlaoaursged; they ar
Prwys polite and pleasant in the company of ladies, and lek
JIu ý-d them light in the faCe-c-one of your dowcast looeek
or any other monessw.. ot them. I do not moan thos
who keep the organs iflamed by runstO a to exes. These
will not only rain their *o.st;tations, bat else thos they do
business wih or for.
Now many men ftom badly-eared daee, Rom the
afects of self-abuse and ecessles, have brought about that
state of weskneeu in those organs that has reduced the g=o
eralaystem so much as to induce almost every other disews
Idiocy, lunacy, paralysis, spinal afecttoa, Ouaide and almost
every other form of diease which hunanity is heir to, and
tie real cause of the trjoble scarcely ever suspteld, and
bare doctored for all but the right one.
Disease. of these Organs require the use of a Diareos
Ilelmbold's Fluid Extract Buchu
: CERTAIN CURE FOR DISEASES OF THE BLADDER.
FEMIALE OOM PLAINTS,
OBR. kIO WEAKNESA,
£LL D!rEASEI OF TBHE RINARY ORlAS.
WDhethcr Existing in Male or Female,
WIHATEVER CAUSE ORIGBINATING
PP lOe MCArt or O OW
If no troeatment is sabmitted to ConnmptfIn or !lnanity
may ensus Our oe~h ad blood areo mpportel 'rom these
ooarese, ad the health sad hupplUes sad that o! Posterty,
depeud opon prompt use of rlaleo medy.
REA I BOLB'S EATUAT NOH
UPWARD OF 18 YEARS,
H. T. BELMBOLD, DsaOlter,
Id Breawq, Now Teca, emL
IO3 -41 5l per bete, er hetti s thee l ddtiver
to my address.
SeW y allbsp.tev uee
THE OB80ENT'8 DIBPATOHE.
FROM WASHI NITON.
Thad. teven and the Alabama Bil.
PROCEEDING8 OF CONGRESS.
Bill for,a Railroad und Telegraph C
from eMobile to Kew Orleams,
THREATS FROM THE K. K, K. OF TENNESSEE.
GEN. HOWARBD CHAGED WITH BEING
RICH AND A MISCEGENATIONIST.
Bureau to be ContiAued Another Year.
TIE QUESTI4 OF THE ADMISSION
FPtOCRItE.S OF ITIPE1ACHMENT.
COMMANDER OF ALASKA.
THE DEATH OF DAVID WILMOT.
Wasitorro's, March 19.--Stevens will oppose
the new Alabama bill, though his vitality depends
so much on stimulanta that the Democrats attach
little importance to his defection.
be&nate.-The bill removing Butler's (represen
tative trum Tennessee) disabilities was discussed,
during which it transpired that the Renate juli
ciary committee are considering the bill relieving
all persons who have been loyal since 1ri2;
also, that senators do not consider the 14th
article part of the Constitution. The matter was
The tax bill was restored to its original shabpe,
after a struggle to retain the tax on refined sugar
and its products, and on turpentine. It was
stated during the debate that turpentine yielded
nearly half a million of revenue. Sherman, dis
cussing the matter, insinuated that the repeal of
the taxes would result is a defioit,but he found
public economy could only be enforced by a deiS
ciency of means. The bill finally passed. It re
quires the concurrence of the House in the redac
tion of the tax on petroleum and bitsmenous sub
stances half, and futbidding the drawback or
exportation of articles exempted after April lst,
and one fifth of one per cent. on sales of untaxed
articles above ten thousand dollars.
dourse-Davies introduced a bill, constructing a
railroad and telegraph from MoWble to New Or
Itans, Louisiana. Referred to the committee on
The postmaster general was called on for a list
of special agents and their compensations. and a
list of comphmentary commissions, and why
she bill providing for a vacancy in the ch!ef
The ireedmen's bureau extension was resumed.
Maynard said 10 had received threatening inti
mations Irom the K. K. K., of Tennessee.
It was denied, during debate, positively and in
digrasntly, that General Howard was an amal
pamnatonist. General Howard's wealth was de
nied. Wood said he could prove some of these
things on Howard. The motion to table the bill
was defeated by 34 to 100. Bill passed-96 to 37;
strict party vote. This bill conatones the bureau
one year from May next, and authorises its re
establ,lshnment in Maryland and Kentucky.
The appropriation bill was resumed and tis
cussed to adjoumrment.
Alahab a's admission was not up to-day. There
is a serious bitch in the matter. Poland proposes
a new electin within sixty days. It now seems
ccnctedd that Alabamawill not be admitted with
out another election.
The imreachment managers were engaged to.
day with persona who heard the president's
The president has daily consultations with his
t;enersl Jeff. C. Davis commands Alaska.
'9 he appropriation for the state department was
decreased one half.
Rleceipts of customs for the week ending the
14th, f:e 5(0.000.
lion. David Wilmot, judge of the Court of
Clsims, is dead.
The dipt!rmatic bill withholds pay from Mr.
harry, minister to Portugal, for past and future
Ti)e Herald attributes the radical change re
garding Alabama's admission to their fear that
.he wo :'d vote the Democratic ticket in the com
lg presidential election.
The rittsh Baudget-Fenl ama-South Amerl.
can hewe-The Ismperl Pamphets-The
I..coN, March 19.-The chancellor of the ex
cl eq-er promises the budget by the lth of
C'aptain Mackay, acquitted of murder, was re
arrteted in the charges of treason and felon:y.
%s,-ty. Ccrr~ don and Mullany are the chief wit
Ic-tIoN, March 19.-The Rio Janeiro steamer
has anrived. The news is meager. Theallies had
jut attacked Ilamaita. The revolt in Montevcdio
had teen suplpresased.
PArT, March 19.-The expected imperial
pamsl tlet appeared to day. After a lengthy his
tory of the poular votes the writer endeavors to
prove that the French Constitution is based upon
tie will cf the people, and is chargeable only by
I! * v(tes of the Ier pie. I' reviews the in r. r ,r
Sarce, cntending that, in the decrees W 1U1;-7,
lw hetlrein Iteral refornms were guaranteed, the em
r rir sought to adopt a cocunut to progress and
.Icu 0 ,, Marchl ':..--a yqsinian advices indicate
ilt.t Npier Ic about maktna a dash near Magdala,
L tpUg to tice the captives curing the contusion.
FrOM T'IHE WEST INDIES.
IlAViANA, Malch 19. tisytien advilces represent
Sairhe's army near Cape laytuen routed.
jhe French admiral demands payment of ar
rea rct e.
( t,,,cttptions active.
eszaillan advices indicate that affairs in that
, tc"in it ll reiult in the secession of all tue
ittl,western states and an apieal to the United
V7 c ruai. ilarch lt - Pas'e1 dcwn last night -
Ileie Lee at 9 P. M., Lady Gay at 6 a. x., and lte
ptblic at 4 P. M.
l'aused up last night-Favorite at S o'clock.
ci tvrt .iK. March 19.-River fallig slow!y.
Wearther clear aid warm.
br. Lotls, March 19.-Weather clear and cool
Nasw Yoiax, March l!1.-Mrs. Dean is cast in her
suit against Beach, for libel.
The krie radroad has reduced the fare to Buf
falo to S5, and will start boats to Albany at 50o.,
to carry on the war with the Central Railroad.
JacssoN, March 19.- Four sections of the fran
chise bill were adopted to-day. They werea.nl
Bo-row, Mareb 19.-A collisidon occurred to-day
between the brig Aurcora nad the bark Ninevehb
from Mobile. The Nineveh was alightly damage
and the Amoa was towed asbhore.
Artarir, Mareh 1 -Judge Beese has accepted
the Democratic nomlnatlea for governor.
Jdge Oewa.n amnonoes hislf a an inde
peadeat eidatie for governor.
Alassde t. 8tphem aramved her thsM morn
Vcanasaft. March 19.-It has been asemalaed
- that eighty lise were lt by the Magolia dilM
WruamlLL, N. T., March 19.-Two daughters
of Capt. Blaine, llghthouse keeper at Crown
Point, broke heh the le e o-day and were
Loxmox, March 19--Noon.-Consols, 934J931.
Beads, 72. 4
Lavaaroo, March 19.-woo.-Cotton quiet a
prices a fraeties easier. Middling upland, 10); ti
middling Orleam.. 101. Bale, 10,000 balsa.
Lavssoo.L , Maroh 19 - Afternoon. - Cotten h
quiet and steady.
LOligox, March 19-Afternoon.-Secorities un
LuOvOw, Marek 19 -Bullion has increased in a
Bank of England £100,000.
LIVEMPOOL, March 19.-Evening.-Cotton quiet
and steady-uplands 10d.. Orleans 1O.14d. ales
to-day 10,000 eales. a
Lowox,. March 19.-Evenlng.-Bonds 721.
Fanroavot, March 19.-Bonds 75)@75}. o
LirvaooL. March 19.-MEvening.-Breadatuffs i
doll. Corn declined 40.. 6d. Lard active-ad- I
vanced 58. 6d. 6
Fzw YORe, March 19.-Money very close -low
esat rate 7 ocent. Nothir.g done 'in mercantile d
paper. St ecke closed strong and higher with a h
"W Your, March 19.--Cotton ste-dy with a L
moderate bnsiness. Sales to day 1500 bales. c
Middlings 25c. Flour dull, State O9 90@11 ; v
SBothern $9 25@14 76. Wheat lo. lower. Corn •
unchanged. Mess pork firmer, $24 70. Lard L
firmer, 15@10(1. Rice firm, Carolina 1l1llo. a
Super active, Mascovedo 1'jtll }. Coffee firm. g
Molsses heavy. Turp-ntinse bi66sc. Rosin
$3 1(tr7. Tallow 1l~l',,1c. Freights loer, }
cotton by steam 5-1G. Money very close. Gjid a
138t. Sterling dull, 98. P
(&HALt.ZTON, March 19.-Cotton inactive hut I
firm. Salestoday 255 bales. Middlings 25i. Re- c
cdipta 100 bales. Exports 20s bales. Exports a
for the week 2436 bales-all enastwise. Receipts
6362 bales. Sales 3367 bales. Stock on hand v
22,620 bales, of which 15.992 bales are on ship- T
board, leaving on hand t72. bales.
SAVANNAH, March 1~.-Cotton dull-nominally
25c. Sales 300 bales. Receipts 1395 hales. Re- F
ceipts tur the week 12,571 bales uplands and .t,
bales of Sea Irland. Exiorts--uplads 17 31;3
bales, of whbch to Liverpool 10,74'I, Bremen 1;- I,
cuaatwiee 6023. Stock 42,002 bales of uplands
and 1(;46 of Sea Islands.
lMolRi, March 19.-Cotton market closed quiet.
Miduiiug 24}c. Bales 1600 bales; receipts G0J
Iti'SVILL, March 19.-Sales to-day 250 hhds.
tobacco ; market active at $)iti for lugs. $1- 7T
for fair leaf, and $40 for Hart county wraopers.
Flour-superfine $8 50@' 75. fancy $12 50313. I
Wheat, $2 50(,2 55. Usta in bulk. ,in'7Oc. C.irn
in bu!k, 75@4ic. Lard, l~5. Mese pork, $21. C
Bacon-shoulders ljc., clear sides 131c. Whisky,
raw, free, $2 20. Cotton, 23@234c.
CI'N.NNATI, March 19.-Flour and wheat cniet.
Corn firm at 86c. Mess pork firmat $21 30. Bulk
meats-shoulders loc., sides 12c., bacon shoulders
lc., sides 13c., clear ribbed sides 14c., clear sides
14't44c. Lard filn at t154e. Butter scarce at
4-a,2c. Groceries unchanged. Tobacco dull- r
lugs to leaf $4Q26.
ST. Loorls, March 19.-Tobacco active at full
prices. Flour-superfine $7 5098 65. Corn i
active at ; t b00c. (lats 71(itio. Pork $24/,4
$24 37¢. Bacon buoyant--shoulders llc., clear
sides 14 c. Lard firmer at 154@i15c.
Pr. George W. Nehinger, whose death is an
nouaced in the Phladelphia papers of the llta,
had for niany years been a respected philan- I
thrpit and prominent Democrat of that city.
Thle famous Breadalbaue case has just been de
cided in the British House of Icrds. It involved
tie title and estates of the mirquis of Breadal
hbane, one of the wealthiest of the `4cottl~h nohle-.
It set ms that, in the year 1741, James Campbell,
of the Glenfalloch family, eloped to America walbI
a Mi-. l.udlhw, a narritd womiien, but whomu he
represented to his friends as his lawful wife. In
1784 Mr. Ludlow, the husband of the woman, died,
and in 1788 his widow, living as Campbell's wife, I
had a son, of whom Campbell was the undoubted
father. The pair finally settled in Scotland, where
they passed, as they had done fr-m the first, as
I noband and wife. One of their descendants hav.
it.g Iuiinu heir to the Brt-.albaL.e ostate,hus cl.:ru
uto it was disputed on the trourd that the connec
tion ol La aucteturs, Jnrtes Campbell and Mrs.
Ludlow, having been illicit in its beginning, was
ilicit to the last. But the Hlouse of Lordshas just
decided that the pair, having been regaried so
long and so generally as man and wife, mist be
c,lsidered as married by "habit acid repute," and
sustained the legitima y of their child.
We have already published some account of the
murder of two young men named William and
Isaac V'isnagle, in Madison county, Indiana. Toe
muiderer, George Stotler, is about 25 years of
age. At the commencement of the war he en
listed in the Stth Indmaca regiment, and soon after
deserted. At a later date he was arrested in Cin
cinnati, as a deserter, and in a melee killed one of
the guards who apprehended hbm. He was tried
y, a miihtary connmission, and sentenced to be
hliot; but the sentence was reduced to two )ears'
imprisonment in the Ohio Penitentiary, on az
count of some mitigating circumstances. After
serving out his sentence he returned to his old
home, and has since been loafing around that
ueighborhood. When White, the murderer of
flolppas, was hanged in Anderson, ludiana, last
November, Stotler was present, and climbed a
tree fifty feet high, in order to see the hanging.
It has been said that Mlme Patti, the mother of
Adelina, "the divine, never sang after the birth
of this child. It is unpleasant to ep il a popu ar
fiction, hut the truth is that M'me Patti sang in
the opera of "Marlno Faliero," in Madrid, the
night belore Adelina was born, and also sang in
this cnnntty afterwards. One of her characters
was 1;oetno, in Belilnl's opera, and at her last
appearatce on the stage she sang the part of
al.e oldeet phy~t-ian in Maine died recently
the ve, erable laac lincoln, b. ti., of Brtiwilk.
He graduated in Hatvard College :l. 1-'n, and was
the Iest urviring membnLer of the class of witch
a. ,rgton Alt-ton, Dr. l.well and Caief J.:ice
Bhaw were fn:luhers.
urm aad IB at it C'osts ta Iew Yeo .
The Rev. Mr. Van Mleter, snperintendent of
Howard Missi u', adi:essd a lai:ge tie. ., at
113n D alil. N1w Yiork, u the -th. lIe c I: 'I
have with grieat care prepared the foldowing
statement. It is establislhed upon the mnosu trust
wilhy ofli iatl itpoits, much of win :i ci,, be
fuULO in l) er's t ep( rt rec-ntly piub.tL .d- l ie
m ,st atocttciutig ,locumue t I eve ei d. I ole res
them and, therelure, ptesaet them. Examiue
the i, and if cu are not sati-lhill .ill on nic at
iloward h-i:.,ou ai.d lime fIr l.ittle Wandelters,
No. 40l .ew It, wery. anl I will tullh yii Ou
t ie uL3r. Ltre al in t.s ::y , ...ieu.ad
debt liKetedy placed pohrcuien at .1 i of tie::,
for twenty-lour c,,neeutive lhours a 1 this i, t..e
result : E-lh rum-hole receives a dally averarge
of 1:4 I-s , nmaking a n agireg te f ,f G.
21.1 per ds. 4 1:; 212 per week. or 2i32,2L ,
viaits m one year! Each visit averages at lert
13 ii.in rca. This given us 3 ; ,; .aya ,f I ,
honrr es-h. or 1Ic. years. At pre,.nt wares one
if ctor arid it du-trius wouMl earsi t , *r dy, or
5 453,(l; in ure year. But this a not all the ljt
tawe. L he time of at least th;ed perS.os is ,,c
coid b3 ah eI gr, a--hop ti to is work. T. i
gives us 15.r00 persons--enough to make a large
city. At $1 per day for each wi have (.-r ii
e'iding Sunday: $4-.70 09, or aggregate of $10.
323 ouJ of waed t:ue by keller and diunker-a
r10s e.l73mielt to carry ,iiu as! 'e'L Suriday e -,t, .
nr.sionary, tract ard t(ile seci eros In toe land.
But this is a erer fraction of the c at of rum.
From the same source we iacte the lolI.wulli;
each ruom holereceives a d*il avHerage of £141 53,
mnakig an aggregate of $73.,.2.ii 3j per week, or
$6-,2~i,5lt,0 to per annum. to witch add the value of
list time, and we have $4> ;12,19: 6-. But the real
cost cannot be estimated. Liok at the to usands
of shivering, hungry, helpless, hpeles little vie
tirts. What rsum won'd ci- pen.ate for lis of
charscter, domestic happineass, ruir:d .-ushanda,
wives, sons, and daughtersa? fcr the aboence of
every ray of light and hope in thia and the world
to come? Still were this confined to our Solomit
would be comparatively a small matter. But the
. nation is deluged with rum. The rum-seler drags
dowa to the deepest infamy and woe many of our
most eminent statesmen and bravest generals, our
most distinguished judges, lawyers, ministers,
artusts and profound sbholars. The destroyer
lurks arourd our dwetliag, watching for us, and
Sthose dearer than life to ls. The power to put an
end to this rests wilth the ministers aud the mem
Shers of their churcbhes. It Is for them to say
whether the destrojer lall be cruahed or not
a God and humanity hold them responsible.
W1 WtL BSoor IT.--" You are wrIting my bill
. - very rough paper," said a cteat to has soltcitor.
" Oh, sever minld, str; it ha to be fled before It
.m n ~ cosrt'" was the reply.
ta al uteIlonlce.
RDragemarAl BasvIsa.-Tbe arre f rI Brlge
Benneasey,a sarvnt is the "Coati Verandah'
on a charge of stealing a thousand dollars, the
pregerty of Jeles Leetrade, a boarder I the
wa aentioned in thi es lma yoesrday.
Tt hulave been added that she was rdeased
almost Immediately after her arret, as Mr. Lea- 1
trade, soon after making the charge, found the
ltmmag mosey to bhi room, where it woueald seem
he bhad miM it himself. a
The temperature, yesterday, as shown by the
thermometer at C. Dhamel , eornr Biaenelle
and Chartres streets, was am follows: At $ A. ti
M., 85 degrees; at 12 ., 863; at 3 r. ., 64; at
6 r. M.. 65.
The name of the boy drowned I. the ew Ba.,
sIn on Wednesday afternoon was WilrMa Beally, I
not James Beally, a paublished. -. s6
It was with regret that we learned last evenlag
of the death, from censomption, of Prank Read,
until recently clerk at the central police station. as
A man of gentler meaners, or kinder heart It has I
never been our fortune to meet, and we join with 11
his friends in their grief at his oomoaratlvely early
death. The funeral will take place to-day from
his late remidence, on Derbigny street. tee
MItnctA' DLraxIamRT, UNIVEzsr4 Y OF LORISt-
LrA.-The commencement exercises of the Medi. the
cal Department of the University of Looulnlas, I
were hbld yasttrday morning, at Lyoeam Hall. tw'
The room was comfortably filled with visaitora, a
larte portion of whom were of the fairer sex, and
an excellent orchestra discoursa~ mani from the 1h
gIallary. UIo the platform were meated
the b embers of the faculty among thema
the venerable Dr. Stone. At eleven o'clock.
after the overture de Bemiramis had been
performed by the orchestra, Hon. Randell fi
Hunt, president of the board of administrators.
conferred the degrees upon the following grad- i
natew, viz :
GCaDUrs II aZ IDIClIL
Wa. H. Wstthat La. John . Metea d, t.. tkl
Thus. K MreNet. La Jo eph R Laten, Ky.
lve IR. LMt t-tr. ak w. W. K Co.k, Ala.
wa. B. Ke- dal, La. Ose.ar e. Au(,rn Ala. fie
Albert J. borrta La. Wm. J. Lamwkin. MW.
Peter Fairly. Mia.. El. a. TBoipeas, Alat
koteert J .lie, Misa. Rober W. Thomda. Texas. H
Jhn i, B. aver. Miss. JoIs W. Rom. T.,9.
t.'.,l; C it ullum, Mist. In.,.*rd II. Ditugra.'. Lk.
Irasa ia ll ut . Lao . J Brldgea J,.hola, La.
$ahrltrlt. H.r. ) a.kr, La liaEes . W.'l, Teaxu. bu
smlth VH. A aptos. Teas, KRobert B. King. Ar.
J. Lt f. Ke.u.dy, 'ITri J~ Ju. . . U. un L,
Iames C. Lorsies, Texas. Joeph . Pugb. La. h
A. t"I ta, , r ieP . 1.e&: -4r W. t.r.-.ry. La
J..n e J. Hil, La Rtbert Veld, Mi...
A Ductl La Joha Hltehios, Mim.
l't. jh A I ,, rU s.a Js n P. retty. Ala.g
Nattlmiel W Boentn, Tenn. Eutw rd K Br't ,ru. Ten5.
Janes I. Lay, i.exa. iaeam t. W.... Ala.
ib..crt A B.. Br, ii. I. ,s t. i !i e .. La a]
Henry P Dwamean, Ala. Frank If. Dunist Ala
.t D ATKE IN Pr4ARM LY.thl
C(hr'es W Gaudet, La. James, . UHatingc, La.
The honorary degree of Doctor of Medicine was
also conferred upon Professor J. W. Mallett. tot
1Le vole !.'t. ry tsn beha f of the faulty was
delivered by Professor 8. E. Chaili, M. 1).. and
on behalf of the giaduating class by W. H. Wat
Sns, Mt. 1). F e regret thata lick of spa -, isa ur
columns prevents the publication of l)r. Watkins's an
n asterly oration, a copy of which we were so do
fortunate as to obtain. Sntfiie it to say. that it
abouLdtd in practical sensioce ideas, on all the
duties of the physicitan, whether in the sick room, th
tr ty tcc t ernide of death, an!d co' -ud.'d wi'h an w!
eloquent tribute to the faculty as well as a touch
ing farewell to the members of the graduatung
At the conclusion of thlis valedictory, the urches- Y
tra played tho waltz from Faust, during which the
assemblage slowly dispersed. m
TOturit MaN's BENsatOL'.T A-ioOIATION.-Tho to
last of the series of halls given during the season
by this time honored aet;slatoun, came ,.a last
evenlng at the National Ties:er. l'he misnnic was w
choice, and many of the costumes beautiful and $3
elaborate. The banners of the association were
nulpended from either side of the ha:l, and gave to y
the sceue an additiuoal beauty and at: activeues.
ti.r lialt sa ieceesarly briefl, bat we saw f
L, Lt to I ' a-Fured lthat the large nucomber who
were prerent were enj ,ying themselves heartily, Ci
and that the closing ball of the series fully equalled T
if not excelled its predecessora.
ExtrCTED ARRIVAL OF Ogre. REYNOi.os.-Gen.
Reynolds left Anustin yesterday for this city, hav
inug previously telegraphed hither his order as
eaming coummsnd, published in another column.
the route from his point of departure t,) Houston
bii inc traveled by stage, it will probably be a week
belore the general can arrive here. Meanwhile E
the llio (.rralde excursion party, among wunon is
General Hiartsof, have not been heard irum. si
TnI ALL:;atE.--This stout little steamship, P
which has recently undergone an extencive uver
hacing, alter thirteen months' continued service It
in the Flor;da trade, was the scene of a pleasant vi
gathering yesterday. Some twelve gen;lemen
-at dowu as ,,nd a well-laden mahogany,
ar.d partook of a repast so t rcellent as it was
eimarkable for the sallies of wit which seasoned I1
it. Toasts, indispensable on such occasions, were
proposed and responded to, " The Pres " r,
I e g LCt forgotten. .lovialty and good humor
reigned supreme, until passengers on pa.Ming
I atse, locking actoss the muddy water inter.
vo-irg and espying that jolly cromd, waved their
t ci 'merchiefs and evidontly wished themselves 1
If Capt. Parker, who Fails to day, entertains his c
cnmpaoy so iroally, we cannot wonder at the a
; u'arity of the Alliance. May the shadows,
,o-th of hlm. elf and his ship, never grow less. ,
Fitst DITRt(Tr ('otIRT--Jiu'lje IJIore.-March
19 -Jefferson Harris, colored, was found guoilty U
of sealing $500 from John Cunningham, on the
evening of the 27th ult.
Jack White. colored, was convicted of stealing 14
a silver pitcher and a silver basket from the a
sclhoolhouee of the "Free Mason Baptist Congre- d
gation," on Derbtny street.
lieny arri.s, colored, was found guilty of steal
ir, a quastity of caico fromn tOhe shop of Mrs.
hliundiLtL, ho. Ill Uld l.evce etreet. f
nlu tile casae of I'elerl replpe sand Charles Frank, ,
cot.lv'.ci or burgldry, application has been made
tor a new trial. a
IErconRIIR GASTINEL'S Co-sr.--Mary Jaune
W! ite war- te elrny monm:,'tel :before the F rat
Pi-ric.t 'Court ti bt tried ,n a charge of striking
I hereca Baum on the head, with a tumbler, with
LeittL to kill.
F5otAy Ol-llltANCE iN BOSTON-.A Relic of
S,7 ;, - ,i ' ,'- , ,, r c,. ,eiv t. -The Bastor ctr
I rcpo:dent of the CL.c.ag Ieipubilcan writes as
'Ithere it a uii al advance being made amono tI
r tfavcr of a ;te l :cnre !atl:ude in hund y ,bhr
v:- l*. o. veOt .i'OmtLts * ,i rlgria,- e~rt rwas
made for the olei g, by munleilal permision,
t te rt:,!: rg r,m of t! Pt'.li: Library mn
'tomdayi. It a n d- frated ipnm a legal tchni I
a'Slty to the iTect that trider thile ita'ute of the
day would be Itblle to proselution and pen'ty.
I n.rig tl.e re-ct deebate in t.e legi-lature on the I
h-c-re law. Mlr. N. C'. Na~sh, a wealthy snI
prominent chizen, and ex-alderman, speaking
to the clroe relative to the sale of liquors on
Sn-'~y, (Ip ilcd un, the whse cu','ei If the
' CLiril.u ii 1 !, and ·ouugt t- chuw that the I
i-cl-bath, as s tecred day, was not only not re'og
n -zd. hut indiourly repudiated by Chiust and tis
, teh.ti t- ce-sors It t a, I the ar,'e --: ,t
1, Shil - IaIof :ias.a,,ChuOett' upon the cu)ject, uand
,te.t Iri ill thlie s;atu es of the 17ith Lcentury t)
r rci.e that cur pre.enul law was bht Iart and par
t( h ot tbe legitsit'on of the Puricans, designed to
e b!nd the authority of church and State.
Te elit O0 usece enectc:ts was eviiied
by the pcovision (,f tioe statute of lti0,
that " oe an whoooever shall be ad
nitted to the freedom of this holy pollilicke
but such as are members of some church of Curtal
. c mmiion"- that is, cr:holox churca
n, mt ers. excluding Bartiets, usakers and R nant
Catholics. as well as Intidels. The statute of L,;7
provided that person- arrested for Sabbath-break
S-g " sha:l ie forthwith carried forth and put in a
Is cage, i Reoston, which is appointed to be forth
with by the selectmen, mset up the market place."
There they were to remain until authority ah mid
dtecide whether they should be lined, imprisnoed
Sor publicly whipped. We have improved a lit'le
id on that selrco 177, but to open the public library
for " secular reading" upmon the IIrst day of the
week is a proposition a little too steep for our
venerable consaervator. of the wisdom of oar an
Scestor., m yet.
I, RoG CAloo.-The British ship ChtDOellor,
* Capt. Jones, wu cleared yesterday, for Liver
pool, by Mesers. A. J. lngernotl & Co., with 5120
t ales of cotton, weigbhing 2,608,42 pounds, ad
valued at t,(,* i88 30.-[Mobile Tri'ope, 18tbh.
Mary-" Don't yea think. Angeilma, that the
close of the sermeon was very aie"
Angelins-" O, 1 wam so takes with the clethe.
of Mir Goldwraithe that I dd not notioe the close
1of the sermon."
t You are a queer chtioken, aM the bee said wha
she hatched out a dAn.
a t Wem_ 1ssew eme, mew
mbnder aM lbhIssg h* yeieaary.l
Thad. Stevene's isd " walndred " e the 18th.
tmOT ooe 1tsee is the Owe pemSatiary.
Geroters ahne agais at work Iew York.
Forreat is In maapell.
lae Bamssau has tehem Mdlkabrgh by orm.
Am bNekesee object s B em. Gr t.
The enterprise of lrlviCptg bem Team to
California Is isabout to be umEatsks.
Capt. W. P. Yergel, of Viokasmr died on the
Seward left Auburn for Washington on the
Mr. John Everitt, of Kagland, addressed a meet
ing at MempML on the It,.
The Avaiseobe says the real governor of Ten
aesee is Dr. Boynton, Browalow's son-in-law. g
Bearam says he has retird forever from the s
The New York World, of Sunday, covers six.
teen pages, sad isa model of modern Journalilm. 1
Lieutenant Manry s shortly to become me of tl
the professors In Gen. Lee's college.
Earl Russell has fast become the graathber of a
Gen. Franklin was one of the vice praifdeats of a
the recent Democratic meeting it ew Haves.
At the beginning of the wam Gean. Gs ewed
three leves s Misusei.
On holidays the Boston ealing shops charge p
five cents a dish extra.
Agents of San Franelsco brothels get reoralts h
in New York.
Brownlow has adopted measures to ferret out
the Kuklux Klan.
An attempt is to be made to bulld a ralroad
from Wheeling to Toledo. p
Forty five million dollars are the assets of the t
Hartford insurance companies.
Limburger cheese is a legal nuisance In Pitts
HSickles is to join his regiment at Sackett's Har.
Thanks to the oficers of the steamer Mata- t
A subscription of $100,000 has been raised for
a hotel in Springfield, O.
The Indians about Fort Totten are starving, and
the garrison on half rations.
A young lady was killed by lightning at Brooks
ton, ILd., on the 16th.
P. T. Bazaum'a mother died on the 16th inst., at
Bt thel, Connectleut.
' he Virginians are feasting on shad, partridges I
and robbins, the latter selling at 50 to 75 cents a
One issue of the London Times lately contained a
the announcement of the death of six persons
whose united ages were 621 years.
Italian music boys are purchased of their I
parents and transported to London and New
Admiral Farragut was cheered and compli
meited at Naples, with a grand review of Italian
The Centenary Methodist Church, in Chicago,
was dedicated cunday, and a contribution of
$30,060 made toward paying for it.
-ickles and Cochrane were serenaded in New I
York, Saturdty night, for their services in New
Co!. Morphlis hr' withdrawn from the Galveston
Caviliash, and connected himself with the Houston
The railroad bridge crossing the Trini at
Liberty, Texas, .s reported destroyed by persons
in the interest of steamboats on the river.
The hurricane of the night of the 16th passed
over the entire West, destroying property to a
St. Patrick's Day was celebrated with eunthu
siaem at Nashville and Memphis, and various
places in the West.
Yates continues, in his sober moments, to de
liver temperance lectures with unremitting
There has just been exhumed a watery poem
ot Poe's, written when he was eighteen. It is a
lampoon on a clerk of whom he was jealous.
Lord Derby is said during his illness to have
relieved himself of an answer to the oonundrum,
"Why is a bald head:like heaven ?" in these terms:
"Because there is no whig there."
It is protested that Edgar alias Ellen Burnham
Ia aLd always has been a "he," but failed to dis
cover the fact himself until after his marriage to
In Osaka, Miss., two negro thieves being pur
sued and attempting to take refuge in a passing
night train, were both crushed to death under
The proprietors of the large tract of swamp
land lying between the extension of Washington
street and the New Canal are having it thoroughly
d.tched for drainage, and it promises ere long to
be a very valuable piece of property.
A writer on the " Poetry of 81ang," in the
Round Table, erggests that a simpleton is called a
" spoon " and a "mul '" because a spon touches
a lad)'s lips without kissing them, and a muff
holds her bard without premssing it.
A Georgia humorist remarks on the story that
"Thad. Stevens sent Brownlow word to die hur.
rehing," that "there is no telling just now how he
aill die, but he ia certain to commence hurrahing
for water very shortly afterwards."
A Wnahirgton special to the Cincinnati Com
IL.rcia! sa.S that the presilent, if convicted, will
go on a speakinr.g tour through the country, .com
rrcing at New York end exterding to the far
West, during which Le will attempt his own vian
The Pal Mall Gseette has an American letter
about lr. Itckpns's visit, saying that hlie hais made
rlunch nD r.oy, but has not done so much as was
t ed aLtL Iu tLU wails esdtabuaijulmg tee era of
good leelng between htrland and Ameriaa,
owing to svarious causes wh.ch the letter writer
The Wsshingtton correepondent of te Lonfon
Standard ubeerves: " Senator Wade visited Car
roll Hall the other evening to listen to Mr. Dickens.
The senator had a ticket for a reserved seat. He
could not readily find his seat, and so est down in
thie tack ,f the house, exclaiming, in a voice that
reatedl every ear,' This Dickeus is a humSbag,
any way. "
On Bahli Pacha's grand cotton estate, near
Grsnd Cairo, where nearly a hundred thousand
acres have been cultivated in cotton sinace lr3,
por:able steam engines, on w eels, are made to
ado all the plowing,. to drive the cotton-gins anod
presses, and, when the crop Is made, to haul it to
the city in immense wagon trains along the com
mon highway, to the inflite astonishment of don
keys, camels and Turks.
Judge Hunter, of the Memphis Criminal Court,
d on the 17th anjourned his court until the 13th of
SApril, because, as he alleges, adequate aupport
Scnnot atresent be obtained to enforce its pro
c-ses. I this order of adjournment he comr
r plsirsa of the illegal discharge from custody of a
person whomhe had committd to prison, ad of a
visit by this peron sad others to the house of the
Sjudge at night, with the intent of asesalting
STwelve hbadred laboring men took passage on
the steaemship Henry Chaenacey, from New York,
for Has Francisco, the other day. They leave ou
e acconat of siack employment, and hope .to ld
Splenty of work sad highs wrages on the P·aec
e The wherf, when the steamer left, was thronged
by thoussads of friends of the adveturera-the
a scene recalling. the exciting times of the war,
rhen regnimst were deparin lr "the frot,'"
She .e lah aei *er -
Abe soao 1be 1 --ees
lie et P eea'at* fmaget,
lndiM atthe bass;
he I wu ve tLo pvetr e"
TA sd w Med qew MemMe..
Fany Amble given h0, lest S; kpe s
readin f the pesselat urn SeturdIy mmrmIni.
She wi them b teo lhadaph at wt It
is ber lateasion to p to some of the leading
Westerna elMs. sibly rn LouevIlle.
After that ewll again rtsto Iw York, and
t a sa ih of lirewel sdiu s beak to
Palnyd, where. ias adl, she to spend
teadingfu trer PCY· 1a elb, days.ning.
Ber readings here hava drawna ammd te muoh
Wt the tWllaeto ai aghmIe et the it . igy
mest, ae s isses , ear, elms aenotresse.
hAftr that ed ol s ebar is lto Yort, an
eloeutle , nel It e ealy weederful to N how
she can bold om fteoa humadred psess, sight
er lsed d wao , aMt a much
b bb aer mesb baetun.
per , he e~ ag L agr t100
iFamy Kambe aM she appease to
pup. The ossis my th Fay amble " be.
bind lbo see alas, n a samewhat dierent
and If the" say" in true, it Onlyr Ioe
dhw-thatater alnns ao us in thn worldin
dew she ws in Phladelphis sad
steopp a leading bel in Chestt street.
R~in l the bet abshe informed the waiting maid
it at she had certals articles of weaing apparel
wash needed the tMatier eof the laundry. The
order was at oce executed.
In the ours of a hour r se later the bell
rang again, and the waiting maid was ream
moaed to the tmperial presenee.
"I anet have these slothe by seven o'clook
to-night," said the divine Fany, in the tmpera
te m od "and ya wil obige me by informing
' Yes, mum," said the wating maid, and with
The hoteld clerk, however, could't see It. It
would take twenty.fear bors, at least, to have
Mrs. K.h' to· ery pat thre the laundry; but
knowing what mct of a customer he had to deal
with. be speedily made up his mind what to do.
Rtagiag the ofee bell, a copl of stalwart men
"John ! Patrick ! Go down stain Into the
laundry and ask for Mrs. Kemble's olothee. You
will find them In the washtub, wt. I want you to
carry that tub, clothes and all, ust as it s, up
into room No. -, nd leave it there. Pay no
attention to what ahe lady may say. Bet down
the tb so respeullc an you know how, then
comat way about your business."
"All right." mid the twain. " edad," added
Pat, "'It shalbe bdoee mt as ys says.".
In sboat the same time that t as taken to
write this, the washtub oestalting the uawrang
wearisg apparel of "the lastof the Kemblee" had
been conveyed up stairs, and, per etrmatlons,
deposited in har room. The lady'a feolings under
the circumetsaaes c be more easily Imagined
than described. Bar'age exceeded all bounds,
and for a few memeats she was positively speech
As nsoon as sheould regaln attsrance, stamping
her foot, she exclaimed, in a voice that made
Patrick nod John's hair etand on end:
" What the b--1 this What does all this
But before she could asoertain what the k-I It
was, or what t all meant, the washtub bngade
had executed a retregrade movemnat and left the
levely Fanny, like the ourpee of hir John Moore,
" "Aloe to its (ha) sory."
I have never head the tu the story; but
there's a Cheatnt sreet legend to the effect that
at about dark that maeanminl a carriage with
two solitry horses, might be seea weu g it
way from the Contiatal Otael, with a hnte
wrashtub strapped ea beid, containing it is im
possible to say how masy " anutterable things,"
all bound in the direction of a private boarding
house, where washing and tonlag could be done,
if need be. at a moment's notice."
lWashdaion Comreposdeoe Louisville Democrt.
Bnvr vumn H;ru BaLn s PE rs Onao Rrfv
Ai ATv Arcrion, fms DAr.-Those merchants
who deal n this article must know that to-day at
12 u'clock, r., Charles T. Nash, sells, without limit
or reserve, to close consignment, at Transit Ware
house, on New Levee street, between Fourth and
Washington streets, 1700 bales prime Ohio River
Lay. The Tchoupltoulas street cars pass very
near the Warehouse. Also, at 10 o'clock, A. n.,
on Levee, foot of Customhouse street Charles T.
Nash sells, for account of whom it ma concern,
molsases, whIsky, bacon, cognac br dy, canned
fraits, eto., vegetables, tobacco, rope, n, lead,
dry goods and sundries. At salesrooms, at 11
o'clock, A. x., furniture, books, etc.
Tae En ofr " MAN AND BOTHrR."-" Brick"
Pomeroy disposes of an ancient " Citien" In the
following style :
An unpretendiang sab of hamble basswood, at
one end of the square aperture In the sand, where
the emeepated dust of the veteran reposes, tells
the passing traveler, In this simple manner, the
f tragic story :
a native of Yasoo County, Tennessee,
Olion A tiLAI,
BaIn A SLLV&,
and starved to death a free American citizen.
was a brief career, an excellent field hand and a
loyal soldier, and patriotio cntizen, who
voted often sad earnestly, and,
finally, died of too much
liberty end too
A good anecdote Is told of a well known vaga
bond, who was brought before a magistrate as a
common vgrant. laing suddenly harsooned a
II rood idea, he plled from the cauacious pocke"t of
his tattered cenost a leaf of bread and a half dried
' codfish, and holding them up with a triumph tant
r look aod gesture to thbe magistrate, exciameld:
" You don't catch me that way; I'm no vazrst.
A in't that visible means of support. I should like
to know ?"
A little boy had lived for some timle with a pe
unorious old uncle, who took goou care that the
child'a he'th should not he Ir jured by ovecr
feer-ig. The unncler ws one day waJlking out. the
, child at his side, when a fIed accosted him. c
r compaiied by a greyhound. While the elders
were talkicg the little fellow, never havIng seen a
a do o an t ad light in texture, clasped the
ci eaaft read the mek wlw the impassiomed ry :
r"Oh, doggie. and did e live wi' your uncie, too,
. bat ye are so thin ?'"
"Tommy, my son, what are you going to do
1 with that club ?"
t ' P-end it to the editor, of course."
" But what are you going to send it to the editr
'Cause he says if sanybody will send him a
ir ;oh he will seed them a paper."
id The mother came pretty near fainting, but re
Stained conseloosness enough to ask:
" But, Tommy dear, what do you suppose he
wants with a club?"
"Wail, I don't know," replied the hopeful
to rehbl, unmless It i to knock down subscribers as
Sdon't pay for their paper."
The following letter in a perfect model fI Its
way. We certnsml hope it i s a unique specimen:
', . Ieaur Brother-i ve got one of the hendsomet
f farms In the State, and have it nearly paid for.
SCrops are good-prifo never were better. We
have had a glortou revival at religion in our
Schurch, and both of oaur children (the Lord be
m praised) are cornutd. Father got to be rathe
a inoumbant, ad Le weak I to okhim to the
a poorhouse. tour s~ stonate brother."
A celebratod lawyer once said that the three
S most trobklesome selent he ever had were a
yoang lady who wanted to be married, a married
a womna who wanted a divore, and an old maid
Swho dida't ew what abshe wrated.
e Several atmtem hav reoeatly bean made to
Ind bumn Celurb, eargi, the last one on Thnrday
sT he e.e an.d" g tratotm"e in riehesd, VLr
Slgin, shows ablek mri of thlrty-Jal
rar, __ -______ o_
t'I" tailara lawvlvle the barn kv inthe r it