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ye ad tee rEist in the mi ofe year dowrnea looks
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vi set cab raja their o*asetaioes, bt aloe these the do
brnln0 with or fbr.
evw may m irom badly -aed deissed, frm the
seat defaob aod asw ee, hve braghit aboat that
sidd weaeen to the arges that has retdoed the en
mretedem mso mael to tadaee aimedt every other dime
Iieq, kme. par ipsie, epilade edeioms, saicide and almost
errtdher im o(ditoso which hamanity is heir to, sad
Sowsa -e of the trouble seerody oer ieupe dM, o
ha,. desteesa 9o an bat the usghe ea.
Dleerns dtseee m require the of a Diuretic.
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,A CERTMf CUtE F DISEASES OF THE BLADDER.
JM5.5 DIsasss or YEN vaEABY OOAJU,
Whether Existing in Male or Female,
3LIThVY23 CAUsE OREXGNATING
- m Or Beth sl Ulase me spporotd from them
me...4 ml ** healt ml s a ts 0t Peeety,
3. t. 33l3OLW, Dmmeewi5
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THE IMPEACIMENT TRTAL,.
iW. EUismexe wmW tai Milm
,OL.A'!Gar or CM AN CUBTOXI LAW.
Te Caididate f e. Iteedmn's
WaeasNISoIS, ApriL owS was
further argue 1Q Agf"nn
hetd.that lchodeld'a r Iqf a t. withia lsin.
Judge Carter desired to hear farther ugument
and the case was eonlaned.
The eal routine as the aepitol. No lgslalive
Snaue-AftIer rdlng the journals Drake moved
to amend role Seven. Motton lie ever.
Few witnesses were examined. Nothing new
edWIated. Ge. Emory sad Col. Wallace were ax.
amined; testimony the same t substance as here
tofore published. !The pwaent's letter to Gen.
Grant was read. The spre c'oounseldemand
ed that the certilesn of the members of the
cabinet be reed a part of the document. Chase
put the question, whieh was defeated-ybasu 0,
nays 29. So the managere were not required to
red the eertiaestee.
Wa. E. Chandler, late asalstantseeretary of the
treasury, was introdnoed and testsied regarding
the treasury routine. The defense objected to
questions regarding Edwin Cooper's appointment.
Butler stated that thise testimeony was intaodued
for the perpqe of proving that the president ap
pointed Cooper so that Thomas might have socess
to the treasury through Cooper; also that the
president bad Violated the tenure ofoffice bill In
Cooper's appointment; the evidence, however,
was rejected--23 to 26.
C. A. Thr, tlegraph mnanger, wasu mined
regarding tegrm between the preident and
Governor Parsons. regarding the adoption of
Howard's amdme nt by the Alabama legislature.
The defense objected. Boutwell stated that in
the telegrams the president spoke of Congress
as a set of individuals. Butler oGu ended that the
adoptfon of the Howard amendment was among
the requlrpmeate of the reconstruction acts, and
that the president had no right to oppose it.
Telegrams admlted-27 to 17.
On a motion to adjourn the vote stood 22 to 22.
Chase voted yea, and the coert adjourned.
Homas.-After the return of the committee
from the 8enate, the House adjourned. No legls
Gem. Hancock and the presuldut held a pro
longe interview today.
Slo onedl en a Hav reports to the
state department that he has obtained the reamis
si-n of a heavy Sia agatrst the schooner Boes
for defective manifet. The consul doubts
whether future remissions ona be obtained, as the
Cuban government ew weary of violatios of its
laws in thL respect.
Chase decided ne quelone to0day: he submit
ted them to theenate in the tist Instance.
The proceedings in the impeachment trial to.
day weeq exoeedingly interesting. It is noticed
that to all legal questions the minority is more
than soneleat to prevent Impeachment. The
beet legal tent i theSeaste almost always votes
wi t the Dmorats. The defense are strggling
vigorvedy in keep abqtmaae withi the charges_
and seeioStios. Wbes an uthepb was made
today to prove the violations of the tenure of
fdice bill in hi nappointment, Mr. Steabery in
dignantly told the managers that Cooper was not
mentioned is the bharges or spectieations-that
the managers were mere agentsof the House,and
they had no right to bring charges on their own
motion. They most go back to the House for far
ther InstructIons before the court would allow the
defense to be surprised by new iuaes.
Butler continues to do all the work for the
Advices to the teaeary department represent
that nearly all the custom house officials at Browne
sille, Texas, have been arrested. The special
leputy collector has been suspended by the sec
retary. Business is n a very unsettled condition
on account of the freauds.
The two most prominent candidater 'or collector
of Internal revenue at New Orleans now are Col.
A. L. Gurney and Capt. Lacy.
The V.wistm . seeoeseranete Ces venatea
The Triml of Mr. artvis Aaeal Pestpeed
Racaoxon, April L--The ordinhace authorizsng
the iseaa of certldcatee of indebtedness for the
payment of the expenses of the convention, and
making the eame receivable for taxeu and redeem
able at the treasury, was adopted.
The trial of Jefferson Davis was to-day again
postposed to the 2d of May.
John Whit, a respectable citizen of Powhattan.
was found dead in te oounty on tSunday last with
five ballets holes t his body.
COmaseerattI of misep eekwlith-Oeaeral
lvAANIEa , April .-Dr. Beckwith, bighop elect
ot Georgia, was conecrated to-day.
Gen. Meade arrived this morning from Florida.
The Ablretlaa rxpedstela-The New Que.
Loa.ox, April 2.-Abysainian advicea say that
the difticulties in the way of Napier's advance
increase with every mile. The natives are hotlile
and Theodore has oespoiled the country in his
laLnW, April 2.-Speakers in the North (;er
man DI)iet praise the new treaty with the United
otatea. Bamarck said it met with universal ap
proval, and he added that it was clear on all
points. No German, naturalized in America,
would ever be moluested In Germany. The Polish
membera voted against its ratilcation.
IROM 0IW T PAM.
Sot-rfwsr PIRs. April 2-12 w.-Barometer
30. Wind north-light.
Arrived: Steamship Gulf Stream, Bate, mas
ter, from New York, with merchandise and pas
s-ngers, to G. A. Foediek & Co.; steamship Agnes,
Wilson, master, from Oalveston, with mercanhu
dma end passenger, to C. A. Whitaey & Co.
Sailed: Steamship Oriental and schooner Plor.
ence Shay. On the bhr, bounaod out, ship Rbena.
SocrrwsTu PAI , April 2-- r. x.-Baromerer
30. Wind es froth.
Arrived: Itemhip Kenmugon, Hedges master,
fom Boston, with ercandise and pasauengers, to
Creervy, Nickerson & Co.; steamship Rapidan,
Cheeeman master, from New York via Havana,
with merchandi ad passengers, to Jamee Con
noly & Co.
·ndiled: ahip Vaguard and J. F. Chapma,
and steamship o .
Vicresmo. Aprl i--Passed down: Enterprise
at and the Ia y at 8"r. v. aeI thing.
LonmvlLLa, April i.--Blver sitl falling withlb
Swater tIn he esal. Weather clear and
HAVANA, April 2.-Ien mare apprehended at
Nssle Iequeie of reeocation or charoh
SNas ma. a Usq ebor
insrmaide' j -ority
the corthouse a other baklags wmre bmsed
et aips. eves peasseA w aere a sasapig
from the hotel.
fore 2A.Sm : Nb eewe
JAcrsoe, Apr L--edg d Lesdratee In
enseasea to. y.
Leanox, April 3--U .- maeols, 930931.
LmVu L. April 2-looa.--Cqsta Ar and
more n ; prife uedbsaed. baos 15,000
bales. Bretdstu 3 quiet. ra ndel, declined 3d.,
-ueud at A1s. 34.
-IDox, April 2-r. x.--Ceoels, 93. Bonds
fracton higher, 71472).
LIVirooL, April -r. .--ttea uoblaged.
Iard, 61e. 6. Bacon. de. Pork irm.
Lowso. April 2, vennag.-Pellioal news i
unimportant. Ullion decreased in the Bank of
belgnd £334,060. Console unchanged. Bonds
FPsaxnrow, April 2.-Bands 76h.
LivsrsooL, April 2, Evenini.-Cotteu closed
quiet and steady. Bales to-day 15,000 bales;
prices on the spot unchaged ; but there was a
brisk speculative demand ea cotton to arrive;
aplandse lld. Lard delinsed 61s. Naval arte
doll. Others unohanged.
EAvijlu, April 1.-dogar quiet, owing to the
c-reitty of tomm", 717j. Arrive--Columbia
ead agvfle. ,@l. Pederal c'r
rany. el dseoa.-P e q 63 bbl.
BaasA, April 1.--nagurea agee -7 7}.
Sterling 104@10. Federal currency 29@30 die
Nsw Yoau, Aprl .--loar 5310e. lower.
Wheat 1@®e. lower. Corn 102o. lower. Pork
firmer at $25@25 30. Lard dull at 15~@16lc.
Cotton steady; sales 3800 bales; middlings 28-.
Freights quiet but firm. Turpentine 67(tf7}c.
Rosin firmer; onmmon and trarned $3 40. Money
very tight. Call loans 7? gold sad commhiaions.
Gold 137(. Sterling 1091@1091.
Nw You, April 2, Evening.-Cotton de
cidedly less active at about previous prices.
bales 4500 bales. Flour doll; Southern 89 85@
14 65. Wheat nominal. Southern white corn
$1 16t1 18. Mes pork active audhigher, $25 59.
Lard dull. Others unchanged.
Nsw Yogr, April 2.-Money very stringent
Call loans 7I ent. in gold, with the pressure
tally as severe as yesterday, though there was a
tnmporary relaxation toward the close to-day.
Gold weaker. closing at 1374. Sterling quiet and
steady at 1091. Stocks strong, wtth a general ad
vance. SuBhtreasury balance $37,000,000.
INCINNAcTI. April 2.-Floor, family $10 75@11.
Wheat dull, $2 t4o@ 45. Corn quiet, 86@t900.
Oats firmer, 72c. Me-s pork $24 50@25. Bulk
meats. clear rib sides 1.jc.; clear sides 14to.;
shoulders 10c. Bacon, clear rib 160.; clear sides
151c.; shoulders 11." hams unchanged. Lard
dull 15ifl6c. Butter lower 145@45t. Hay dull
$1@14. Potatoes 6414 75.
Fr. Lotis, April 2.-Medium sad lower grades
of floor are in better demand atuchanged prices.
Wheat very firm and active, spring $2 0652 15.
Corn firmer, 86@9c. Oats firmer and higher,
7578c. Provisions excited and higher. 'Pork
265. Bacon, olear side 16c.; shoulders 114c.
Lard very dull and nominal.
LoutlsviLL, April 2.--Slea 221 hhds. tobacco.
Prices firm. Lugs $5 25.87; leaf $7 50; Hart
county manufacturing leaf $32 25. Flour, anper.
Be, $8 26. Wheat $2 4002 45. Oats 73@l75c.
Cora 831,50. Lard 16o. Mess pork $2a. Bacon
shoulders 12c., clear sides 154c. Bulk meats
shoulders 114c., clear sides 141c. Cotton 253251c.
CHAntAL1TON. April 2 -Cotton market Irm.
Sales 600 bales. Middligs 28ec. Receipts 340
bales. Exports. coeastwise, 147 bales. Exports
for the week 7393 bales, of which 5729 were to
Great Britain and 1664 bales oo stwise. Receipts
for the week 2506 bales. Balet e the week 7500
oales. Stock 13.700 bales.
SAVANNAH, April 2.-Cotton quiet; sales 1300
bales. Receipts 2013 bales. Exports, 2151 bales
to Liverpool; 1257 coastwise. Receipts for the
week 6167 bales. Exports 17,128 bales, of which
to Liverpool. 13,903 aplands and 443 see iisaed;
coastwise, 2825 uplands and 205 sea islands; to
other ports, 400 uplands. Stock on hand, 567
bae see islsads sad 3.8688 bales uplands.
Moan.a, April 2.-Cotten mles to day Mo0bales.
Market closed doll. Middliags 27$i27jo. Re
ceipts 978 balis.
LETTEZ rOea NaW YlIK.
Special Correspondeee of the Cresesat.
Naw YORK. March 2R. 1868.
The Erie railroad war waxes warm, but the
Drew folks got a crack yesterday by the defeat
of the bill providing for the issue of ten millions
of new stock, in the legislature of this State. A
new bill It to be introduced in the Senate, how
ever, and may go throtugh, but if it should not the
legislature of New Jersey will be given an oppor
tunlty to receive bids for votes in the case of
Drew vs. Vanderbilt-two as hard nuts to crack
as there are in this country. Possession being nine
points of the law, it is decidedly harder work to
ouset a party than it is to All a vacancy. This fact
gives Drew & Co. the advantage, and to help the
matter for themselves very materially they have
been gaining the love of the people by reducing
the faree so much that five extra passenger oars
were required on the morning " through train"
Jerseyites are especially opposed to monopolies,
as they have been owned, body and soul, by the
Camden and Amboy Rallroad Company for years,
therefore they stick ou through thick and thin for
Drew ; as the possession of the Erie road by the
Vanderbilt-Work crowd would make an enormous
and ruinous monopoly to the West.
Speculat on in the stock still costinae, but
everybody shakes i their shoes whenever they
touch it, fearing some huge cave will open and
swallow them up, or else one of the great moguls
will make a raid ad kneek them out of sight.
One of the propemed amendments to the Consti
tui9ti of this Btae, adopted by the recent con
vention, reads as follows: "The legislature shall
not authorize the consolidation of railroad cor
poratlons owning parallel or competing lines of
road." In conrectlon with this, the chamber of
commerce has petitioned the legislature not to
allow the control of the various lines of railroad
which connect this city with the West to pass by
any combination into the hands of a restrictive
The matter hase now beeome one huge jnmble,
and how it will come out is only idle to predict;
but while Vanderblit enjoys his game and wine at
hi me, Dan. Drew and Co. are shot up in Taylor's
Hotel, in Jersey City, Pader close guard.
The man who beats will be the "big" man
here. EE.s ANDo Baru.
ACA1ENT or tsItc.-Master Willie Seymour
was to have made his frst appearance in tt,e
song of the "Jolly Irtshman." last night, but did
not, owing to Indisposition. The usual interestiang
performances, including a ballet by the sylph
like Cranaggia, and the graceful Clinetop SBlsters,
a ballad or two by ll* elt. Clkdr, he '"meegam
blan OGambol," by Delahanty and Henrler, sad
the beauntiful instructIUve drama "thre Eras," by
Mr. Dnrivage, were presented. Ad Ryman reap
peared too, in a new reading of "Hamlet," en
titled "Hamlet ln Blac.' All these attractions
will be ffertd again this evening.
ENT. ClahLEns.-This evening Mr. and Mrs. Wat
airs will present their clairms for public favor, on
the occasion of their farewell beneti', by playing
in the stirring drama, " Pioneer Patriot, or the
Maid of the War-path," ad another one enti
tled "The Sheep in Wolfs Clothing." Miss Amy
. atkins will make her first appearance in the
former piece, aossuming the character of ,Syhil.
We hope that a full house may signalisae this
occasion, and may testify to these favorite per
formers the high appreciation in which they are
held by New Orleas theater goers.
CncErT Crrr Mr-su.-This favorite place
of resort for cdrelty seekers may be found opeo
from 8 a. x. to 10 P. ax. A visit will ramply repay
thoee destring to louage sway a leisure hoear or
We entered " Pal''a" once emporium of
fasuhion last eveaning, and were much surprised to
notice the low rate at whiclh everything wae sold.
It is, indeed, one chance ti a thonusand to obtain
gentlemen's furnishing goods, orvate, anes,
(Pol rhas some heautifll canes) giovese, etc., for
arlmost nominal prices. To men with large de
sire and small purse this is an opportunity not
to be lost. The ra'o, conducted by Mr. Chu. T.
Nash, will be conttade thil evenag t7 o'clook.
Be prompt if you wish to searce ahg
Pxoecxzrrxzvn . thray .alt Gea. HIll,
editor of the Lad We Love, ad (ea. Chaton
tepped lato a Mtere ee Piy street, soliciting
suhecrlptlous fer GO. eL' magazine. Whie ti
tere a crowd of neer eellcaad wrthe
dear, sad whoa the gene la ftihes t a "cor.
slate*" ih c d tbe d imt thetn least
behd mtb Y owflP~J woud hethehems
fr hd. Ommage b sa.
1OSrom AL Vt t ,lnm .-1he e o1 6
resht tnBerme & eret i tl, M. ( tomet
in a ge meirarn'aWe, ( ..D eO
n .1ym r.. wa ws Pm · flea owls ,
mlha stem s, weaam t Ad A. La.,:
69ade ie Ct 12 L. 0; at 3 ,l,4a T1; a .
Th* Mehal' sad ¶r11ia .'I Amslh
tim hav re rmod e ar M e. 8 e ha ,
street to the lechanal' lststae:
There s set much of a spirit of Ithmhlty ia the
payrgraph. oeeslflnay. a slug,' demaeg
tha t hemen who seek btsr at ir pele sat
tions at night should be treated as oeteaet vnga
boads. Many ma hoet, tlfinag ms is now us
abl to get work and s withest a et l a
pocket. The feet that a man dle polle
station for lodgings is of tself sie e t
honesty. and eo good ditie wWill habeg s a dY
treed fellow being the privilege of leepg in
prison cell, a privilege that cosi the public
There was a addle rae on Camul s meter
day morning, between the horse Dand Pat, of
Hope Book sad Ladder No. 3, and Pat 1ftla,y of
Mechanies' ire y o. I. Tie die
was L'Atf a m ,le. ata M ai mss a Isahed,
winning a wager edf I!ap '.
The realeg of the Isle .F a, ~gall e
buried" jeeedag " e in u as uj
and the funeral was attended by rr big
of citisens, friend sand qai ten of the ie
ceased. Several meob othef a Comms. of
which the deceaed waq an upright ad useful
member, and the mayor and otlf ty omeals,
attended the obsequies.
The stalls in the old Poylree Mrtu--nicety
two in al!-were yesterday sold for ten years, and
brought in the argregate $111,f00, as average of
$1325 for each one.
Street Commissioner Baker had the cool ,assr
ance, at the last meeting of the Council, to ask
authority to employ several thousad men in
cleaning the drining easals and digging a tail
race for the Bienville street draining machine. A
contract for doing this work was adjencated to
two respectable sad responslble eitseas, Messrs.
Lush and Murphy, at a reasonable price; but it
is proposed in the Council to reject the adjudica.
tion-of course, to enable Baker to empty the
treasury, and secure his eleetion nad the electolo
of his associate earpet bgers. I
The proceedins ino the District Court yes
terday were void of public interest.
It is stated that the cars on the Canal and Clai
borne street railroad will commence running
positively on Sunday next.
THwnd WARD DuvocuATrc Murmeo.-At a
meetiog of the Democrats of the Third Ward last
evening the following resolutiosn were adopted
prir to going into an election for delegates. The
late hour at which the counting of the ballots was
completed, compels an to defer publication of the
names of the delegates elected, until our next
"" ResoLred, That the delegates eleted by the
Third Ward National Democratio Cleb to the
Parish Nominating Convention, be and they are
hereby requested to select geed and true mue as
candidates for the respective oloee without re
ference to their past political opinions or prefer
eices; and be it further
"Resolved. That said delegate be istrscted to
require of the nominees for the respective ofmes,
a solemn pledge to not only vote agalint the
black and tan Conatitautio, bat use all their influ
ence to defeat Its adoption."
Sitrs WARD DanocaAic Mmrxno.-A meet
ing of the Democrats of this Ward was held last
evenlng at the corner of t. Philip and Royal
streets, for the purpose of electing delegates to
the nominating convention, which l to met on
Previous to proceeding to the balloting, A. L.
Tirsot, Esq., offered the following preamble and
resolutions, which were unanimously adopted :
" WHe~RAs, The Democratic prty of this State
have adop:ed, to meot the emerehboy of the pes
*nt petueal erisis. a two-le pollhy, t-wit:
1st. An unompromising opposltioto the Dryades
street Constitution, first ind foremost ; and, id,
in case of failure to dat) tle Osamttuteon, to
strain itself in order to take possesson of the
proposed State government by the election of
conservatives and Democrats; and
WHanass. It is eminently proper that, whilst
running candidates for all the parish, judicial and
muolcipal elections, a ticket for the State at large
should be ran in opposition to the tickets of the
two Republican parties, the division of which must
ilsure the success of our own State ticket;
1" Resolved, That the Demoeratie eeonvention to
be held in this city on Saturday net be urged to
take the initiatory steps to reinstate the State
ti ket an originally recommended by the State
Central Democratic Cemittee, and to request the
said committee to take vigorous action in the
"Resolved, That in ease no State ticket atlarge
be recommended to the Democracy, then the
Democrats of this ward pledge themselves to ab
stain from voting for either of the two Bepubli
can State tickets now in the seld.
"Resolved, That the Democracy will counten
ance, directly or indirectly, by vote or otherwise,
no one who does not openly advocate the rejeo
tion of the Dryades street Constitatio."
There was only one ticket in the dfield compoed
of Messrs. E. V. Leclere, O. Andry and Albert P.
Roux, who, of course, were elected.
Aspae-rs Dram-ne nr Yaa.---The eanual police
report bshows, that during the past year, there
were arrested in the First Districot, for drunked
ness 2825 males and 490 females, and for assault ad
battery 6'0 and 170 of each sex respotheolve,
and in the Second Disatict, for drunkenness, 938
males and 1t8 females, and for asuult and bat
tery, 611 males and 117 female. Over dfteen
thousand lodgers were provided with sleeping ac
commodations at the x stationso daritg the year.
Rtr Ovn.-Adolple Bode wa aus eted on
Gravier street, yesterday noon, chargd by Corn
W illiams, a colored woman, with having, while
driving Lfurlously, ran over and injured a eolornd
child named Thomas Maloney, who was ecnvyed
to the Charity Hopital.
"Drnwror'naew AauirvALs."-The Mittle Rteph.
eas, on her last trip from Jedereos, Texas,
brought down a band of live Indisan, about afty
in number, composed of representattives of the
Choctaw, Comanche, Creek and Osage tribes,
collected together by Mestsrs. Dmrant & Co. On
tinmday next these fIaselnating chilaren of the
prairie will eatertain Orlesauim by one of their
national games of base ball at the Pair Groands.
In the intermissions between the lanolns they will
jo!a their squaws in a dames of their own pecollar
kind, sflurding the curious an approximate ideaof
how people amuse themselve up in the Indian
A L.xobo VIOLATION OF RE-VnU LAws.-W. E.
Strange, of 8S. Helena parish, arrested by Special
DIeputy Ward for an aslleged violation of the
revesnue laws governing the distilation of erhts,
was brought before Commiesiere Urban yetwe
nay, sad waiving an examination, was sentbefore
the United States Circnit Court under bonds of
Fraw.-The alarm of firen about half-past 10
o'clock last night was oceeaioned by the discovery
of fire in the hold of the ateamer Starlight, liyting
at the head of Canal street. No damage of any
RECOnDnr GA3rAtNL's COUcr.-One asarn,
oomplalned of by ex-pollose ofoIer Cook for per
jury, alleged to have been eomitted nto his evi
dence against Cook, in which he t(Cook) was
accused of levyimg " black mail" from a gambler
named John Abro, has been sent before the crim
inal court for trial.
Madam L. Stewart, raiing at No. 238 Orleans
street, informs the polle that Caroline GCeets. a
servant in her employ, disappeared about ten
days ago, taking with her a pocket book contain
ing a cheek on the BaLk of Amerlen for $3TU ,
$125 lna currecy and $1 aqispee; he a valn.
able gold watch and ehaein,
James Scully 's arrest, bharged with,
while in a stati of finhtlestion, kiek up a gre-t
row in a hg kept by one Jals r is, on a
tomboose t, keakla Iher fernitre, ad bat
ig Palin Myers 8s severely that she avenru he
Intended to kill ber.
A MRomtev Wio MAP • " CALL."-The Rev.
Jobhn Mslsr, late pator of tim GUerman Methedis
church at Tempersaeville, a suburb of Plttr
snd also teaer of a selest sochel for
ladles at the sera p e. uhas b 'u d ts " at
tempts to emmts oeas pen the puse s of
the ym lads. M r ae two hers to
leanv tlh . kSevers ylg Ish mhsa
diselesersl he hte slbtiL shesde
ast the bernd of te heste. . laler, whem
i ms is oe, ashe Ms wie. whem he
loft Il, tat h Ira "setmesd me eef*,om
Ged tnopusak th.e espetinOM." he obsdiss
tor mIsse a. eihe .et iead up. the
-4. lpne1A ......l(OillC lCrýli'a
We qt asgain i ebteo a I W f ir}
a ee-.eese tq ters t i ,n Aus
-1 iesthepb rsfr
'awiIas has j.*ei W
ea.s-.t the oUited iss.
warm a ber pa, tit y r, tastrStsdP -
-0o, sasewvrtl paid $14,1.
A ra i eovat, es~lOlg ,W b to be
erected in Jed reos City, e.
virt. has b meet aL he ast thi
coeam.W taie th e Imipesa Grta 8. ..
WsWaseigt's me ber neve oaig u stet
-"asss astehes ad ed y nses AM .
The New York telegmgphsbs a ad ee :
meseages apon the mee wis e deMs eiowhe.
Arhekdep EManbg has orwedl ta des..
ame eof the ebeor I eg Onreged eshte '
IAs- strangig lg *- glmn6l heseenma .e
deae is patiats.
The Isv. Dn. L OM, es, bealsº d, E ...
esgbey eMtee- to as ,perw er
a yoong lady to go tos bel.
The prest red sad white oompol las ate said
to look ghastly before footlights, hease the seas
saty of rous and rk powder.
A wicked newspaper epesar sm the eraet
dresses might be called " free and asesy."
The Loueville Courier aseealoes a prspegave
eating house In that olty where real fEoee wi be
The Galveston Bolletln Y mash pleeaed widthe
Preach Opera troupe which opemedi that ity aon
Monday night. The house was not fal.
Ben Wade has been accused by thre jourualleto
of arng profane langua , bat Be sea they
are all " d--d liars !"
The Chicago Tribune calls a Seuator Yates to
vacate s seat on acooat of his toempera
A woman, in Vermont, gave a lare party the
other day to children unader oneyear t age. Her
own young sou was hoot.
More thes eighty Aag vessels e trrad at
Gloucester, Ma., last week, their "fares" tag
l•g from twenty to aifty thaessd poeas seek.
TIton ays that "Mliciga is Mseug wit her
fnger on her forehead, pondering the qaesi~,
'Ia the negro a man ?"'
The Brooklyn Union thinks Parto's atUes to
the Atlantic Monthly will frighten Peotestas at
of their boots.
Messrs. Hoe & Co., of New Yeor, are maklng
six eight-eylinder presses for glsh dailies.
I1 ey will soon begin baildiag presses in Leadea
20,00 bushels of what were damped late a
pond In Winosa by the givig way of a wee
hey. Dr. Collyer, of Chiesgo, says to witses
Booth's Richelieu or Hamlet is as pod as a prayer
As we go on in life we find we sanot aferd ex
c tement, and we learn to be parsiumeaaou is oar
Prof. Blot has accepted the direetersbip of the
Lumford Food Laborat6ry of Betoa, and gro
poses to send warm vietuals to ay polet wthi
ten hours' distance from the laboratory.
The wealth of the great Welsh family of Oraw
shay is larger than that of the Astors YVaderbit
ad Stewart combined.
A Wsshigtoa cerrespealet espest gilu -
.*ld of 11 preldutamaylag that "(eaadpaeays
we are getng to move back ,to Tessee ia
The Fenian sisterhood of Chicago are togiveh
festival for the purpose of raising moaey to
alleviate the condition of the families of the me
who have recently suflered and died to Ireland.
Bandmann Was annoyed l Londes by the oa
duct of some young men of high degree behind
the scenes, and refused to play unless te nuisance
was abated. He carried his point.
Cache river, a lile ooffee colored stream that
empties into the Ohio Ave miles above Cairo,
wastes one hundred sad forty-four ales Io reach
ing a point thlrtysix miles disMant
Kiopstock, the German poet, engraved on the
tomb-stone of his wife two sheaves of hat,
thrown, as it were, carelessly together, wLh the
words : "We shall ripen in heaven."
Episcopal Bishop Easthura, of assaoketts,
recently officiated in the old oaUth (Cegrega
tional) Church, Bostoa, sad made as 1ssmpo
Brishin remarks that Grat dea set esm to
have been a remarkable baby or wdeunhl bey,
and despite the stories told of his eay ife, we
are constrained to believe be was mee like ether
boys, a little smart, pretty bad ad very lha.
The Naew York World's Washito oarrepeas
dent says: "Ben. Butler's appearance aee.day
ia unbearingly ugly. His lop eye seems at time
as if, like an overrip enut,it were abortto fall ant
or its shell over his cheek ad rebeuad from his
protuberant belly to the floor."
Madison used to tell a aedete shbot Wek.
ltgton oursing furiously ad Making Mh s ant
down stairs one morning bsoese the neortueste
darky set George's rew portr s lose to the
fre, inhis desire to dry it,thathbliered the
oil upon the iluatriou faoe.
Brirbin says Groat onoe whipped a Klaah
school-mast for la lng Wssh~l e a idbel. Att
they bhad grown to be man the Kesis realiabded
Grant of the clrestaaaee, and the Itte reerkod
that be couldn't get a filht out of him agana on
Tnus MouL. RAcEB.-From the Regsister, of
Wtadeedey, we take the following:
rrown Dar--Trusday. March 31Jt-Pamrs3e -Two Mile
4egl . r 1.5 I g..s."
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B1 ra DAr-Paure $200--M ie ets fotr all ges.
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other carlo of Sb.Ws~mteu jIIu
cloumbi, frotm lages. 4iv"r 'I' e ets
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dio LW- b s
of& t tl
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tas eato srw belm s pweim st ams to
absolute deltfta loi.
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mak, t leaset i
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sai t T m l stof op I t Ma a
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pvoald e matraedgra+i. ao a too is
t se ýe norspii het ie sfeese. Ym I
s e, to3 k, h p ýaa to tONhe
tiep r onS b ltie of m h or h o
s ees j eesswe.keMsm pebbe
outy e o Cbha to rero R d o -w
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r stoue any lola p h uleir ben takeo to res
so of the fm. ui , to hio theo
games of th e to1 .d&emst s o p erstlst 1,
that tea pory wm of r o dsot 2tYI
Poveresee, amte p tooa uiali d
wei. ltl ato o ai sl t wh c I
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of NewJ of the e eelm, howeever c e
ofetes tae, , hm o to m
tstor se p b , eo
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t lastbofs lie omee aoo . Th e c
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mreso f so:J e f er1ect1
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