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TILE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VoIt ME XVII. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1868. NUMBER 265.
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T II KA'TI1L COMPLEXIONi
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I IELLM11OI).Dt F,
(oncqntrated Extract Sarsaparlla.
.T REIIO'VI8 BLACK SPOT;(, PIAPLES, MaJTU ii
PATCHSEI AND ALL ERUPTIONS
OF THE SKIN.
In tils prlng Manths the system ntlaralir nndaccas a
rhanrrg ad HkLMI'4LD'tt IlI'iHLLY I:ONtENIRATiD
:IrAt T OF IAtKNAPAILILLA is an asatitt of ibs
YTIIINci LADIES. BEWARE! efabs In'aa2t aotaect i tI
Race Yaalarra and waaa'e All inch remneies .";e u .
S'. :es oftln kall.. and in s heht urmi destroyti.l emp~aU .wi
It ycn waa d bU'ata a f eai., healthy and 7 .Wi'tc'aLapp.anraub , A.
.MK UIlLM BOLDS LXTIACT p3ARSAPARLLA
Rot a few othe w,,a dli0rderstheaa' UT 't "'httI n-'+" I'
('In'oaaaaa't of ab.' 11 .ILH Y)LI)d If. ('V IR(Ar
3AlioAJ'AEILLA ;` A KEMEDY c; the Ott ,t
IIEILSIIUI.D S N ETtA('T SARSAIARILLA r e~t-- :
rCi d r' n.ve! eo t e -d. It, .a a r tie.. ,, ..r of Ver.:u i,.,
l.)ete n an~d 1,.: YP + out the !.',mo re 111t ;!l·, it e .»e. :
M'ANTI'S C.: c;AIITY-HItLMlI()IT! i F\I VI 141T e
YABSIPAR!I.LA. 'DES lAik faa l sho~abele TAKde ''r
afre n Ulr·I ll1 1I. I,,;( dune, Vt IPEd, LJ Pd , r
Toew tciie RCLMIANt)L FU'?4 1.ýr Y
[?VAKIABLT Lh)L'N. Ask f'r Ilalhnbolda TAKE \'1
iLIGHLY C3NCENTATEO FLUID EXTRACT
PRIDICATES Eu?1it AND ULCLRAT'VE DISEASES
--or VU 100T
El ES, e
:,0 DISFICiURE THE APPEARANcEt,
TILE EVIL EFFECTS OF MERCUBY
Unnaovln All T&ints.
N'· llaa.n ' I .1 jharn/si, heaaCanttsrJ r o' heaa ae, a', Ia t
takan by Adults asn ( bhi;,lJLu with
Twr ToI'ap"~nett'a"! IIF.L1 tLD'S non!re"' .` 9*··1R
" al"' ~ palt -,o to . a.n !"ti i. L .. It t
I'l'ar, "u 1 uii* "1 a. e'e'(:aal to a rai in ,,: nS'iA)..:. A,
(l(alt (NTRATED EXTRACT
IS THIE GREAT DIURETIO.
11Il.MrIEl D1'n CONCENT ATEI) EXTEA1CT
I` TIE .BREAT BLOOD rI'!IIFIEI.
RBI are prepareld aal rd-onitt tea rile' Phaca p Asid
! . CaB, let I y I I L , 1,1 11 ". .11;01,1 S
l cclS'EIOIEA\I FLUID hIotACII
3jladder, Kidneys Gravel, Urcapey. Ormri':
Wncakneaa Female CompltU.ntai,
a'n aaaAtaaia'ai a. a~l ,a: ltaat I.'. ('.naonluFIutI nr c~*e
<a 05,ei ULd t~e
Ul;ALIIT AND) IlItPINES~~,
it! n!' 1'lq E t~ LI· eots' U' ' '0 orl~" a a '
I, la V a't'.''~ ' , ·.1ta'a-n*' .a '·' ~·
'n L· ' .· . n- · Nil '..· - .' '
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'IO NI; II lo ' Fa Ia '1- ·iF ' a'- a . I!.
l.~.. '.. a.. `·.a."aa..tOt U lie aIt·Es. ae
II. T. HI~ln.MROI.D.
I" It ...- . a' * :r ),- C?.O· . 'Loo 'as.C(:
cacalILa ln a(~la- i··
Sold by Drasugists J'.veryno'sere
taO: '..' ''·.2 ao ouLacio w.oani. ' -~ana...
-. .1 tI,a as a rl~lnaIropi~arati. Las r tiiola' aUi %~ 1ancsat
oai.'tinI and da'ga·to KIC'tF ~rOrlt'it~ig.
IHE UREBUENT'8 DISPYATOH ,
TIIE DIREDGE-(OAT COMING
FATAL EXPLOSION OF A FIRE ENGINE. -t
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS. ft
Important Report About Chief Justice e
IRtE IRON-CLADS AT NEW ORLEANS.
A I\AlINIA INTELLIGENCFI. he
Wa~fnrNi'TroN, Jine 19.-The dredge-boat for fir
the mouth of the M:taissippi river left Boeston yes
tuoda} fur its destiuatlou.
A steam fire engiue, while workinrg t a fire in
1'" i:ade.lil.la this mrnlug, exploded, killiun live i'
a. d wounding others.
.not - A bill was in'rudacrd lvrr.errring the
ccrtrol of the ,.dians to the freedmien's burearu.
'lie vote rt.jectlig the bll relieving exporters
if d.ril, d tuai was recunadierod, and tho b,:I
lPacfii ih:lroad afirs were then disaseJd till
!i .c.-Ti.e bill regr'iatirg the carri-ae of
pI,segersr by steau vetsela passed without a
Ti e conference con n it'ee reprt on the Ii;l re
hlievlg pt li.'al isallue wai diatea,l, 74 a,, ..
r < t tw , :htrds. Thf, I'ei , crate, o :laccorldt ·f th,
Slarure Cf two Irm,,cr.te froil the ill'. J willia
ihe reruhrlicans, wCo op;pose purd..n e.,.,re. y
his Ler-ult 1 r-,duced miuch dio.ardla. :ti' i.
) itlicanL appealed that without thli oil C i:gre. C
[o, ia: reicoutruction would bUe F fal lre, aL] una
tI d eulls would reeu t. ltr.ou iall, w:i, had
clalirng d Lie vOelt for tlrHe liurpot e. 1 ,Iel re.:o,
iirrelatoun, which prevailed, and toi q clemtiai
Sn es up again ~n it rliay.
'1 hi eitlte aeoll,: i t , to theP , 'I C a' 'ii Cl Ln'
the Ireedomn's r LirTeau wre adpl:el aut tue u.i;
g ee Ito the filr i I ," i,'.
The ExirreA d s..y) is is rep,-rtel on g&rl al'.
fty lthat ('1 e as wnrittn ti ~tIr ,o ic r.,,,.
'he ltne o tatt, n;.ti,,,oal ' ,v . ,. pIt : I :irn
e f r not ",y on aiiy p J llto ri rte t ',,e ,' t MI vr IY
dt, to rune. ut es tt urgs til neCro l,'age be re
SoilrtIed id I:,IVeI r.,l IOvI -' , nu;iidi t.
i'rl ale a lyi'es- Ar ll1 aii , 't '.e re-cut thit t" .
( O Un.lL. 'Ir I: s ', : re trt-,i witli in i,., i
IHir. h I, liloue ju ui ary ,c Pe e , n
i latel bringong the matter before ih- I llese on
M. rrday. I
Slhe Star annonr:ces positively Secretary Me
trilh chit reeigrntto ..
1 Le defeat of toe relief bill in the 11 uise t'lot
arvingl cleated an iuten-e flutter. It is very t,
I ke'y that it alll pas s rN Mond'ay, though the 1')
m caits will vote s,,llly ir~,ir-nt it, unlev Hi I nff
on, of Alabama, and Jonese, of Teuonesase, are
tlhe retrerer ncnt ernmiuttee reports regardi"I,
the UieOlrta anrd t'atiaw b tat tihe p uirichaers old
the vessels before they came into their piosse sl n,
at d the secre'ary of the navy had no right to i e i
ti irm, ut the iurrha.e h.Vl.ng rbeen I1 fr e an
tie ,ip ri arte tnlo, y Ii'l ilt r the treasury, the
t.l:r it good. The C-iu i ~iiee I d itIt it i l t tl f
dury of the exi( utive to tenlf.,rce t1,e neultraltty
laws it t lie t iustince, aid that it run g lta - '
are Ai.fhretnt, butt the relort cun,:.uleu " TI.
v resels murtt not go to Peru."
tc( ulloch has i ot re-igner . I
A tixed wlite flaeshng Ireht will he exrihitel a
frn m t te n w Ihli' lihov, at Point i':lder.v, at t:'
West etilrail e to Port (aldera, ( ihl. Also, tw I
II. hiu on I kt I Key, to ri-tel a-e;e:4 navigitlng I
11,i 0.uot CIahLlo .tO o LV L.1uL"o t.. t ,: .r ti C
IlonorI to tue L.nat Fs.Pr'reldemt -PolItleil- -
lillltarj P. Ioners-The Cops.
ATI.ATA, June la.--(;unr were fired all day to
day by the garrison out of respect to the memory k
of ex P'resident Buchanau.
Slihe constitution of thI- morning contails a card
of renl. Join It. ;vrdtion, dc,",u..ig :ae use of Lid
i, ite !or Il,'ed tates senator.
A I. ce nulnlher of p. re -In go from this sectitn
to, the New York convention.t
'I weuty-elght prlrlers. from ('colmbus are here
under guardi- mni in ,lose cells. It is said th.it
tty !sre charged with the A.llhntri atacl.ý!a
li. r, and were arre-te I at t:he instnb:e of \Wia
ington city detectives.
The crop proepecte are not tlattering, on ac
count of the dry weather.
Ihe first lot of new wheat sold here yesterday
at li 10.
FROM NEW YORK.
The Democratic National Conventtio.
New YoRK, J.)un,, 1.--The committee of ar
rat., un.erto tr the lemorocratic Natlosl Coaven
Stins ditot ireet unti two o-ty' before the assein
t!Ing of the cohveitiun, a hen arranrrementa wi!l
he made for the distrihutiun of tlckets of ads
The Wherry Raters.
Pntr trea. ia- l: , June Ii1.- The referee in the
'.1t rar ' ir.r i n t 'r trtn l. ('ouiter bi ke
an oar on the t!i,:rJ u:l, all. ilammill ro.ea l vcy
rei the t ,ruse.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
I .lifornra sasd N.t-ad. Commeeted hby Rall
terv lb heat.
Fh. iT') i-r n, June o).-The laet gap in the
ra: rtd treltec nrg Callurlnia and Nr;vada wae
'ite rt eamti'e ,f .ew heat has been re
,e ;id. iuit) --.,eieeut.
'I he rt Tresur.re at Venere-Prripsed
Ir'al VIe5t to Pr ue -EInili-h IVnolun.
seers' Uewlew--servlr sad fler Future
V\I~+EM.w n.e 1.--Negtiaiona have beren re
' ewed b,, htwer n Au-tria a d Itnly for the inal di.
C. tif( n r I the ar, treasures at 'eiice.
"1 e E r~e,er '.r F - a' . Joe-ph atid itir q '.:
ir.' lbtut to mak.: a visit to P:ague, the cap.tai l
o June I. -T' I q:eCn reviews the vo!.
t','t ra 1 i,!tW . N i,-i cat Wiil be tri,
i, i d othe -ito k c--crinage r prodltace nlrn,,t.
[ ,,i ,, ,ire i - It arpiert liat tfe annouc C
nI !.t t:at I'r ce Mian. LI' how .f thle lite ~Sv
t; n , rt f Se ri, ,: d liti prnu is'iied riler of
: : ,Irt ) neiU o yv was an erro-. T",1 Melnt rtalo
u , ;- c r- a: ; ,.ee. , .: r ,.rrlrn ,-hedr a t P a r is in th e
4 A striiin I::, rerit, earV trnrt thilA p.iwers havet
" , _It cd to l\ ri: a t:te tI) Cn- -oie her own
i e se'. ,on of Mhl'-n I. c. oaitered a
Vr J ::.r. Jurne 1' IPasocd up-A!'on at
"jt. M. es'~'esr i'. t i I ri-eat ItepYi' ' at i t.
. n ct-c . }, --," i w.n'--t'¢lmc ond at 7. L.
Susterday. I.., : ri'ing rapidy.
Lo)-C tI.LL, June lu.-ltver is rising two ir'.es
FROI O BOUTHWES PASS.
n S : rt VsW T P1'i , Jre 1 ,.-- Barometer ,' .
onh i a: f. Arrived: hteamuilp lasy We\\'-:. ita i
dOrl,,. tu G. A. Fcadick & Co., and t-ensingt:.
iHaboon. to Creevy, Nickers.on & Ci. "he re
fCor:s en tle 17th passed steamship Oriental, for
Siavana. 'the health of the city of Havana ?n
tirnes good. No fever reported up to the 1;th.
per illed: -teamhips Selima and Star of the L'aion.
Fii'rv rp- Pa, June 1--6 r. x -Baromet r
2::70. No wind. Arrived: Rteamships Harlan,
l.ewis, Gialveston, to C. A. Whitney & Co., and
r, Hodson, Blakeny. Indianola, with live stock, to
4 masttr. No departures. On the bar bounad oat:
I oOsN June 19-Noon -Conmý!s 95@954.
Bot ds 73~ 73:l .
PARls June 11.--Rnllion in the Bank of France bi
has increased 711r 000 fracre.
LIVarrOOL, June 19--Noon.--C>tton buoyant. w
SBler to-say 17.rteO bales. sales for the week
#49,000 bales, of which 15,000 were for export and
11 o00 for speculation. Stck on hand 610,00,, t
bales, of whiobh 364.000 hares are American. Corn
34s 9d. Other markets unchanged. It
Lin EIt"OL, June 19-AIl-runtu, --Cotton sales
20.6(0 bales; middling uplands ll;d., middling ,
Orleesa llid. olrus and lahrcrs higher. Wheat St
tirmer. Pork de' lined. Lard dull.
Lo.nos, June 19-Evening.-Consols 911;35. ti
B(n ds 73. .
LivEllrtooL, June l'i--Evening.--Cottnn closed
ctive, firmer and b))eher. Palen 2',0Oo0 bales.
Middling uplands li4gllid.: middling Orleans
11 @lljd. Stock tfl,iat estimated at 561.001) t
hales, of hich 711,((Q bales are American. Bread- al,
srnfi quiet. Naval stores dull. Tallow 45s.
Nsw YORK. June 1't-- Afternoon.--Cotton
firmer, but less active; sates 1(1a bales; middling u1
uplands "'11. Ilour favore buyers; pri es un aI
charged. Wheat e. better, but quiet. Corn wi
heavy; mixed Western $1 oGit. 07k. Mess pork be
t2' 172. LArd drooping. G;roceries quiet. Tur- co
tentire 4(lt60ic. Rosin f3 10'7 60. Freiguta
firmer on erain : rlriet en cotton. In
h~w loHR, June 1'-Evening--MonyV un- l,
changed - :;(,-5 i cent ; prine paper ,3''; (~ ent.
I;ot trtnlell ns -toady and somewhat fIrter; brti
eIIg' g1 : Five-twe--'ies of I-'2 113 of l-; 1
11r o (,f -o". new 111. ,1I 113 of 1- 7 11 .
ter,.fortis 1C seven-thirtiest 19"'. GI!d <, Le ! c
weak at 4Idr. Steriing ex,.'ange lii ' ad uJ- u .
ii etyr d. liar; sy stocks dull but teady. F
l(oi-vrr I E, .t Jre l'.-Sales 1,;' hhds. tobacco
;i oes 6' lo-. nmer, umn t', cutlir.g leaf $11',1t7 1. Nt
'-,I etrl , r $7 5' "' W hi at E?. ',ra b,'.. pt
('.ac. ()atfl 7" 'O , Moea pork l .,0. I.r, in I
tt rce I -r. , i, k ie 1- ,Ol:re. lticon--eho) ulIrirs
I 'gl.1 '., c'at la h sides 17c., clear sides 17 - n
ull lho, u!'ers 12!' , clear sides itic. Whisky g,
dull antd rnrnal.
M, I i.', June 'l.-Pton -'notn'ing doing. et
i A0lort S T.om'nal. M br,, , c 3~. . lt' ilo) -, p u
sles. ba!es oft the week I1131i bales. It ceipta l.
1nT e. tit e ' bahtes. EI pl o:s il 'witie l1,i
lie,, e. Stock on hand and on shi, Iuard not
coseared Ii 2',) h~les.
bT. I'- t- Jiune 11.-Tohaccor more ea'ive.
I ourir vil 'll. -urtrtive $7 1'21f'7 2! W heat
l . . k I' 2 Y ,' 30. ias n, shuu'l'rL I
l h : clear sides 17.
i , 5,'- : June ! .-F,< nr uno: ngeL. Wheat
I 1"-. I Ni "rn 1 a's 77'. M oes p-itk
- ,L,. lu:k houllier I illI,. "I l ,, I '. BIt o t u I.
, .'r , ,,, l c. II,( Larged. Lard in I, 17 '. w
[u.tt r 2 ' :c. 'i - . 1,.
A&.l Ll.HII:sT$. I
.i tri ý i rr 1'r-_ lb k Pariker I ,t an ex
-re *.r lt ,"1 ( )+, irrt el 1 g n tl Ii'o 'r( 'a lo'i of 11 O
f t,i T ia ] ,,: t. : .1 t,,1 I Ill ll.-t to eot'rttin a
, \ t\1, 'v. I,1,, V 'lt :s U-1U1 (.t t.'ii' ,rl ,'
'i,-re will he Mt o ' rl.rrn.a "res, the nat'rr,r(.' fr e
L, drci, a: L n,t,)i, a, ,1 thie cur I. y evl i.ng ei. tr
tliull,ili., . e t I.e fe1'i il trrii i t' i, l- :1 r
I W i t :.'' . r:1 I- ' R, a n' ore tIi lir
it,(r , 11 irt n - 11 t "a n p.n Vi thel e, Lot
t, n it Ias o -c hlial (, i tlrrlioltc;i .
.!ls J. r; ie :rlge, who do:r:'g 1i, ! sar has 1"
n elde n~o It tier ., Is to teak a 'r':t;pl enitary v
Ib, r tit 1.1i J:ld. V etveri ',. '1"I.. j'- ra 'l ime wil a
i luJde the " Nymphs of the C. r bbean Sat' and r
l ,": i., r i OCl :E : r .- -We wr re disapp irainle I
yt et ri t3 in h larr'g that the pcrf'rmance ot "'II
irv:'1 Ibo at tie V\ar'iciele, Oil T u.lesday eve
it g, I ad nct pr, v,,d as euoeec'ul pe ri"u arily, as t'
hI I 1,- 'e t (t itn .v-h l, alnd tit the recont per. I
ft nman e which wouid o'herwie have como off
-t vtoIng. t e lit en in Lc: est-len:'. postp-ined. r1
e r1- et t' e , 1 I Mlaaliioe - rlivrdii's artiat;3
1, , ad!m:rsl! e -!': ing as Lev ,' ,r had in tie us
looik craward a:.h uire antt.i pat.,n to her seconI l t
Il't eararllr e, w hl;b, even now, we trust miay be
at no distant day.
.ra'.1'' l;'oth AIn PIROMro\r CONCERT AT
I t.. OI,:mrl.t.li. G.a;.t t.N.-- hore t ill be given t).* '
nor tw et 11tl fant r.:e I'ace of anusement tihe
nitsh grtr.d PI'I:iC s.nrit prs"l'u .tsl onegnrrt. Tris 1
[rdri lit it ,itualt on t 1 line of Sb. (..miltin 1
Iailrorlad, at Llisu m.irdalue slution, a cool, s.i.dy
retreat, with s(u; ourdn1.a of the m ,it p ecisr
.t.ari-cter, and is of all cur euhurban places rof
rt. lt ti no, -t I,! r u . The provrietor of the
rerden hals nad' the most .xoens:ve prepara
tri, foi tr he rnti I't tinatn : ofl v.-lltr-I, Laving pro
nr' ed tre t r.0et of lonolr aot.d rellr hint lio s of all
kirds, which will be turni'hed on the spot for city
pti, es. lie !as also ecrurdcrt the services of a
csjlendid brass baind, numbering twelve perforrn
t's, who wnt dircrr-e so o nt mulsic to hearts that
1 eat as o(,e, ii! the wn o' -n!a' hrlrs. The garden
ill be brlltantly ;,Whi 1 rp with ('hulese lan
t inas, aid at , , clrock there will be a magni:icent
,a'i.,!ay of tire w(.irs, wl,ich will add greahly to
the pl scure of tii. eveo.'rig. The Iprie of adnis
ci n tbert-r ( nly twenty-livo cents, we predict a
- - --- - --- --
Morrelley oesr for Pentlleton.
Hoen. . B. Fouke iloke at the Demo'ratio
mteting in \ icksburg on tile Ioth.
Greely is said to be In favor of Butler far com
milrloner of intelnal revenue.
" In this immediate vicinity," saya the New
York World, "some of the mroet bitter De:ni rats
have openly taken ground for Chase."
Horatio Seymour is said to have written a le t
ter favoring the Lunnuiation ot Cha=e for the
1 A St. iouis dispatch says that since Chase's
letter declaring bhlreel for negro utrrage,nobody
is talked of for prebideni in that locality but Pen
Many pal ers in the interi'r of Mi+sonri are de.
cariing agetiim t b:air as a canr!ild t'e for thre p-e a'
don(ly , sni i d ny Ill ilt cer! tn couilry dllegctev to
the ew Yorlk ntinv, nt n will r t for Lirn.
' lie New l~,k L ater prlublIrhe a 1-'er writ
e ten by SAnrn 1'. Cihase in I .,i. ln wh'ch lho
Y prsi-nt chiel in'Rice lsanu towards IL 'n-'rat,:
di ,"trines. We have one nio , str ungly Iimu
tiraIe, written by tIer Icllun F. Itler in I; ,.
li re is an irsllliillcion. The Ilevo i on says :
" He trust thtre Is eclough virtue in tie Ami-ri
Can peoplit to orgail:ze a niw 5'Lanl, tl party on
- th i' riad ba-sis, aihd e:e.t at otiOest, hiersT
untided. soetr pireidenut in the ,oniriu election."
S IThe New Yourk W\orrl, of M rrdiy, tlh:nk that
a ribody erer serricns'y eutertalned the Idea of
('hase's Lonlination by the I)rltir-ra. e, whIl:e the
biu.i, it tLe came day, save th it the teal cci t:ot
witl [e between hrii a:.! l'-n.-letoa.
t;er. Steedmanl is aut :tn:v I rr lhe statement
thiat I'rr3 Fuecr ha, the l.srlde tra.ek c!iil the
precrdilet i r the c'm ntl.lrionrerohip of inte'nal
rui vnue. Thee 15 LUt procabu'ty ti:at he could
1 heI pt,'' iti ni"'re that the l.oyal Leagcue of
Nw YIork has 'rou.k the namue of I'reideut Jihn
ri+tn oil itsa iat, and turned hull out of their society.
lnrm Mr. Jhinson it is learned that he never was
a nember of the leagne, and was not aware that
s ybLhdy had iput his name on the list.
The ~r'ciar teleoraphie corre-pondent of the
!! tchinrd ILe.ad r radilcal profe-se tohave in
or t!i .' a 1 att ti e New lr rk delegates to the
Sn. !' I., 'r,: •('o I ..: ,n o:.i vote on the
irot r ti-u, I Ir Andrew Jcl.nsrn, and then for the
S It is cIven ... : iby ti f. it.ntluf Eieha Foot.who
I : !r, a ''::, r ' th!.e ;oard ot ASnpeals in the
.1ai10 t r ce, tiIt hi wa!l tLe nomincted by tihe
lre n.de t to be (Ooil:!ftus !Ot of patents. Mr.
t1 · t exnlPects to rn,! !, e -'rne the fathlerin-law of
. nr. itor H L,!errn, anid has been vi',lent'y op
Ia osd to in:peae' mic,. liv ir a mn of weal'h.
'n Ie Breton I'Pt. t:e princpal liemo'rrtic
a p.'i r it: Nw E: F'art,, d:mnses the Chase mr.v
i tlt ait. the riarki : "r V. hoever is nominated
fr tre Ifreidre'y hby t1ire Democratic convention,
sr 'eel! Irt'y - ::, -i i Ce n-lnuat"d upon a
l' nocratie Ilatfr,, lt ,111ln.eC support of Demo
I :" I: : CIl l.s, or - , w " nut reiceive tile Iteuo
A rraioc vote of the e'nnti r'.'
' qe:'te re,. twrto- ih m.:ee noversat;on,that
ea- I oblLo.h rt c.mplt.. ent ttIe other, and every.
es hody b elongitg to Lhi. in tie moat laudable style,
a ,1 deprecate hims.e, witnl aIh pertaining to hitn,
to tI.e :.west p.s-lvl psilp . T.e lvliowing is not
an ( xacgeraiun :
• lAat as your hon.rsei;e narme '
'" My inrigti. ,ant apl' iti ,n is Chanu.
" V here is your i,agtr:,cent palace '
' My contemptible hut is at Luchan."
S'How ImaLy are yoir I!;ustrluas children'"
S '"My vile. worthlle-s btratrs are five."'
"r low s the health uof )our distinguished
" wll. meani, good-for-nothing eld woman is
I. Mis ViTrie RIamn is to be further puniahed
t by the radical. in Congress, by a repeal of the
I: 10.060 appropriation to pay for her bust of Lin
Teca1 _ntelligence. L
R1rPRTOIuAT. BREVITIas.-The steamer Ninas
-immes acc dentally ran down and sink a flat a
boat, opposite the head of Fourth st'est, on her hi
way up the river last evening. Four men and a n(
women were precipiated into the river, but were h
all rescued by the people on the boat. eu
A man ncamed James Scully was arrested yes dI
tr day upon the sirgular charge of " puhing hi
agair at l;curder Becker, knowing him to be a at
A young man named James Neville, alias Wax, as
wl o is said to be under indictment by the United ta
States Dsletrict rand Jury for postoffice robberies hi
comnited last winter, was arrested yesterday at m
tie corner of Fourth and New Levee streets, and to
was l, hked up in the IRusseau street statl.,n. Ht
Dlr. Henry 'r. lrooke is a candidate for the t1
p,~ition of custodian of the city archives. m
Tlhe Morgan steamer Mary leaves the head of pt
Pt. Joseth street. at roon to day, for an excur at
sion trip to Mobile via the Passes, returning on i.e
M( ndat morniug early to the lake end. a
C. W. 'hing and T. F. Be!den, whose arrest .a
ul.n a charse of having offered for sale a forged so
warrant fIr $373 upon the Jefferson City treasury, it
was mLentioned in our edition of yesterday. have
been placed under bonds of $1000 each by Re- q
corder Lecker to appear on Friday next. th
An insane woman named Bullivan was brought vi
in for sale-keeping to the Third District station I-I
,y l.er own hu-baud on Thursday. in
In tLe Piotuflice there is a letter addressed to re
".1ti ni. or Henry, or Lewis. or James, or Ferdi
S,: IR lw." d
.e .,.i i bld to M. Lardner, chairman of at
ccin ittfr, for an invitation to attend the se:oud I1
-clay Fesctival of the Fire Department at tue it
Fair ,rounudi to morrow. tr
We ac rowldge an invita'ion from Mr. O. 31
'i el trI visit the Blomigda!e (;ard nus, n::d to II
pa .liplalte in the l:tivlilea to occur theei on to
i ie ii tal publc excerciss of the Boys' Nor. ii
n. ui Sih .I. takes place to-Jay, at No. J33 ur- vi
gi.r dy street, commenceing at 11 A. M.
tlie `ult tor (!300 .dalnages, bruIht against the
stel a:hlip Morgan, by Geo. T. Itiby, a colored
I.,mU, c., was refured a Cabin pas.age oa boarl n
tie vessel, was decided 3e-.erday by Judge II
I: rel;, who aw led the 1 lu:id' '$2-, ) da- `
U ,- a anid ci~t. It i ru l, I, . that the decision at
1ýl Ie ehlt aled from and the cage tarried to the u0
lhitld Savs -,ir,.e C ut!.
In tstt L., . C_ of. In M:ry. seere ary for e;vai I
il,tire La lLs r 1,1 op-raaii lse y i to ddt', as
i ,t r g tl r 1f e 1 ( d- i of 1. lutslant, el
,urit g the a!11e:ce of Gen. L 1'. Graiinw, whose
eti :l .re , 1.. Ietiolotd sT ,lrnav.
lbt ie I a c~Ir'"'nter uip toew wlh anrliolnces
t I at le ai.l " ex ct ete'" par:ies and w, ddlings
w, t Iri, !i p ei' alnd glaraIttel s satlsdfa' i)ln.
Ilie it!11 lra'tre i estCerialy, ar sho wa by the 1
iL lin olieter at C'. uDhlliA tial , curner lietivile P
,i d ('tHai'res4 -t'er!. w.as as fo8 ~ w : At ti A. M. v
7. d greei c: 12 b. c , 3 P. M. 7 ; ! P. M. 77.
A wi al iln td F rank lC-s was arrested on ti
Oi d I tiee te,'Lt e)r teld iy. ch trged wihll havong
a 't-Iii t, ,, tt: ',tu ,: , t .- } r,) . O i lt
istle w" -" h l, 0 , :thi i".. rI t i yt - rlty, P
e h r a' lb ,order lGatlilei'i or at tLc ..>'cOd lt
tr t 'tattl l.
1'\A i ,'lA0!t N o' (;'t:' - fl" rt Si nl , n ea t
, - , '· ] · F I' 1 t I i . !u (ftil) ( 1Ial'&!'1· e lth a
i e is , e d the ifay b I.e, t:-trrd y afternoon It
., ' - 'd to I: - , ,, the s .h lihose de- If
v t. d to it. u-eat tie ).toutg 1 d: - of the First n
a i F lurtil l' . "Tho very tastr f ally ar- i
rintmed t 't ire of evergreens, the nitttoes on d
Ti w a i-. ! ' : ay of b. r n ht a near ta har te plat
s -m t:rt r1 e t,.1:' v hb-iri v;- ie , f a young I ltt.
w i when It w arrived, was readg a Crl i in ic -
I, r:. nll wrre in lucetnents to ii, to at least s'rive
t, t' inv !' im lIlitIe. inut we Lhi c.te late the
r - Inl was lull, tl.e doors and assig :s cr -dted.
At e id fair to ll. k as v :ni'y Il gingly on
t1 tx(trci-ese a d;"l the 'Pri at t'ara h-e, with as o
: h pl lahility of ourultnmattely get'lng within
n,i, rltl'e learmrg d.,ta:.ce as there was that e
Il.e historic lady niect o:.ed ab ce would finally
it: duvwn amongst the Icerat d. l;ut just here the i
t x. c:' ut rperi, ntr ndit Cof thi' p11l,;i schools,
Mr. Iog' re, It rcivwel onr !i -f,irrt,i'e, came to '
tur rehe , antd lr' s'o, we had a ipoitionIi wher. Ili
we couil fu ly discharge a reporter' duties, whi'h I
r', as ter. 'y knows to see ani hear every
' , le l, t raniloe wasa- j toI.l,wa. •t
mR T,. n e h I N' tlt .....n .. . t. (S
'-r.l'-, l t . I , a nn e 1111 i t ,n A i.t 4
L .; n oi it, i M er, L it
s drcitart n- preseted wee r• y deisv n. 4
, .-, t -.- T
rkq:': 10 i . t
a .. . .r..t 1t 0 .. . .. M t-. . F.l J It
rl~ lt.r H ue,:tr, tl , l t- t i . , "t. tt. t,:!. .c.. ...... 1 . L i' 1'
Lt. n,,s II,, ir ',I, .r.it`ti 1 ' -,en 1 , . M. Me. and A. 1'.
i - ihart the mc ,tt orcaBel i K notina:.
of, mtr,.i'et,,r--\t e n I c!,r Ti e ot d ". l . M W i A 1'.
a t ' ii c.tiP. ti 1ref e w. r . i
L ert . Ir timie to i the fir. t ,. our '. iece a .l i B.
.Ii,.et,,,-- V I . t , .: ..', t .. ... ............M ,,E I. ,
it' . ct., t i-.i. l v i M . .... f an anJ. N
F . ,, ,, ii . T F.,.T. R ,E. v, r is,
H , " .: . t. - L i ·t : of \t rts ,, . . ....... ... ...]tie L C'.
, e regret much that our space will not allow
of tl.e extended critrcinm el which the eas ofya
a d rectatl ns presonted w ere richly deerd lifeg.
\\e wutl uL'rtunate, t or , in getting ih the ech ,I 1
must in tisme to miissthe first four piieces. ()rt
dirt impressions, therefore, were derived frosit
tie r(citatl,-n tby D`-as I.. 1.. of an amusing i
.-ke'li ahterein were described the woes of
dir. Peter 1.,,4 gtpotket's hit ce a'.d married life.
I Le ,i eift, It nlvro ,,s m anner In w hwlh the piece
w,.sdelaet red was just whal' it demanded, and gave
to it it. ftll etlect. DMisa F. B.'s reeltaitou
of tie i listilte potm CiIi.,ed " Thriee G(rain of
('cru " was extCllent, 8as also were the two corn
,l tions entitl(i I "Act WelIl your Part" and
"t be Portrait of Time." I he next thing was a
I t tory treat in the shape of ex'racte from the
I, , ri:als (II tIeC yonng ladies of the school. The
:i ,-t rotilubi e of tlhe,0 was a leaf frm,
t e journal If Mols I.. C.. wherein she de
-<attt P. Slit "t w ch he hod Iehelel o'l
, " May a , vired till ,Iif lori u . h rICiI
\.k-btll'.' ,·e t lnl. -: love wi:h Wl.ii' t *i
, t(rig lldy tI ld ef tIe 0 0:' showed that hr
art h eC ii~ n I er ren. Thll extracts tfrom
: I.riaA f t tm", I anlld t., whicih,
lit r o(me 1ri.npolit:onf and a recilitatlion, sue
tdI d,'c I .'- ,d a great de I of illtere: t t , a:l
ei cent. l.e firt oaf t'I twl " :ve is an etabl,,ttII
:, Irlu't ot n ul Cin t!.e va:4.'l 1-0xc1 illen c'e of the
el,*I a lith 'G nbh ' st!.e('it,." "Amen,"''
I'll So. ard l"t(one(1d tI) the next. What wad l:r
surprise to I: tr Mii 1c . start with the assertion
i at a preat wtn Ig Ce tld righting, that a large
o'. 0[ 1 t t e u, lty tIll ",1 1. 11n, -i'tlre I
ii Ier an unde-I ve t.! lan--tl.t. in short, tie air n
Si.i 1, i tl l' il g :,aiced tou h|lihabvte lthi- by,
I i I 1! t is' ,.·od of rere itt g I r friend's
-l'tmill nt. she would ay, " God bless
tl.e bC)-" OVlth :tl. noble invocati .n, echioed
I.eed w0 ay ho1w heaIt1ly by t pot portOII of tlhe
... e ,, ~, , re lenef, -.1 by it. t Ir a text,
t! , : ) ~ i ''y w.i .t ,. to say that she m,.ant
"l(;d bLas the " tlr bys "- 'hat Canal
mttet was no place flr a',lb-hodild young men
JI rinlg bus ne.s hobrs - that hfe had a higher objet
tan t)n' a t rSCvat ac; rd ng to la'east etyle
er dl, in shrt, IeCliverel ) chl.arm!utly such a
t ulu; icc, e, iA-hla I r ', ity tr'I u n. Ii , Iit we are
ire t.Hat I"e ' :- 1..3 lreceut tar,:y knew
wl,,thr ti 1y "eic l.i t bets'tedd or most
II <C~r~e by it.
A litr ,.lI ,2 m r.,re r I 'llr T n , an I d 0innh t -
ST : , ,· w h o -r ila k , .o ,> :0 a . n ot t 'e:r
9 1,,1 I t .l.Crc-t. c 151pl uli tI) pa.5 over. we
Snf- to1 a cn;tl n l y M ., nttd,
H" ealrnta's las.t, Le-' tit to iran, whi'h cer
rlty:n was. the eliln I the w.I 'Ce coeition. Ai
, , ,at i ' r n t t 11,;; Wr:t woman
,I- I,. ", t, 4, ; .!tt ,) m ', M,! , .' pr ,'P ede 1 ,'
- : i..er '.' as II l be~st gift. 'il·.
ilitig lady '.l:e Ce that wi , i .1:- o, 101
I I:m.e ito th,. w r!. bit: rltenlie.l tat
h n thal sir e t1..n so miuch dp!tayet his
a ;0ri rt'y in the fi:e art of dnlug evil as to
rake Eve 's dercetd'nts hi e their dinmiuiiheid
I ,!' as to 'tC it.ater of dress, thIe wr:ter cal
ti, r .1 L.rtEr w.'ht a3 :ronical ' n lougllht on I . ,
I r in ge. eral f~lr the fcw ftlilkes in which they;
indugE in that ITre. p!'aded that woman merely
by o e i t" fashion in si ending time and money on
'cr-, 'al dc,:rationi, and that did fashion or l:a
.t,!.e Icds cf cr, atin would wear waterfalls,
..taracts. -ibbone. c'rts, turbe!ows, etc.--cv
re .:v co'ld not rmernr'ze the catalogue of laly
" xngrs 'Le enumnerzted. Takung up next the
iuliect of e. llltiy of inte!lectual abihlity
of tile two SCxcs, ehe clearly demon~stratcd
:Last al lhuoh nian's mind mIght be deeper
tthat wI 1an's was qlicker, that a great
ad I,:.k had never been written by a
woman er a great p:cture painted by one, taat in
si, probab:ily she never wcult achieve either of
tbere labcrs, but that neverthless woman's iotel.
lect possessed capacities with whi:'h the larger
ad mnd of her mate was not endowed. Disclaiming,
teen, all intention of advocating anything like
hArna Dickinsotim, the wrter told us of what
n- woman abould he to man. and what her protector
should be to her who waa qTrated a helpmees tor
him; and caIme. htaily, to the cotucliion t'aie
woman was' God's last., best gift to man."
After this production came a recitation by
Miss L. C., of " The Execution of Mo-trose."
"ir Phillip Sidney used to say that he never
bhard the hallad of "Chevy Chaces" that it did
iot stir him like a trumpet call; it seems to us
*hat Aytoun's " Execution of Mont ose" is just
ruth another piece. We never hear it that the
dull roll of the drum, the sad toll of the passing
hell do not ring in our ears; that our eyes du,
not see the surging crowd scared into s lence:
he grim, bare scaffold, so clearly defined
against the cold, gray sky; the pale. caln
lace of the noble prisoner lokinmg from
his cruel persecutors to a good God who
mercifu'ly gives him death as a refuge from their
tortures: the while combination of bitter wrath
end sublime endurance. of fiendish hate antd ,d
I;ke resignation, which united to form that
momeratle scene long ago, when one of the
lurest and noblest hearts that ever beat was laid
at rest for aye. 'lo such a piece, surely, it is
hard for any declaimer to do justice: and though
we highly commen l Miss C..` rendering, yet to
-a) that it was wo rthy of the poem were Draise
Co extravagant that we never can hope to bestow
it on any one.
]ty this timne it was quite dark, and in conse
quence thereof the audience were deprived of
the pleasure of hearing a critique upon the
vari' us performances of the evening. which had
teen prepared by Miss S., but which, unfor
innately, the lack of light prevented her from
In conclusion we cannot but add our hearty in
dreenient to the many expressions we heard
aritound us. of the etloymnent experlenced by all. 0
it, Miss I'itrr-on, pliucipal of the sch tol, is we
tth.k, to lie secnrbed the firit praise for so well d
training the young ladies in her charge to the
3(. itg ladies the next for so well profiting by her d
ii etlu(cl; n. We have. t! i,. them both ti tho tnk
If r a plcavant eeluing, an:d d ) not know a better
..) to aCsert our appre(iation tihan by saying N
:ow g :ad we arc to know that shortly again the St
i-r tg latlIes will similarly favor their frienda.
"Al mu we be there to e-e." ci
Tuin.vhs' Dt L(;s.-A colored youth, Louis rc
Wati.t, Utt n. atteapti ,l yesterday morning to run
oil hb the cach box of Autonio bc,tfielo, a c
civlllan fruit dealer in .'uydrats Market, but wa, n
eritete I al I takeri to the stati ,u. While he was
uindt rgul'g 'he searcb customsi rllyine!iiuted upon c
pri-,,,er iefortebeiing led to t! Pir cells, quick as p
thoi,tht lie broke sauay. leaped througu the open a
w,, ,,w ~ I the t lei tii , f . and ruan al n L.af sy
eilt to (at il,-eit-t btire' , Lt cluthri half trn ir
ofl tnd hli Lelad are. lie was soon recaptured, 11
hoieer ri 1i duty int'rcerated. a
.ard, Waiter , a Ihegi,. was. arrestld yestcr
'. ; t- Isn part sreret, Laving in his possession d
S. ok. c-!;ver plated ctsc)r, thiee coats, oine
pleno tovter, two llleer-ihaiuts, one itair of p
guit.s and two purses, the whole of whi:h was o
va urd at lbout $10tt, ati was ilentfleti as hav
ing bIeenu tolen duriing the previ -is nig it from p
toe leIdilice of 1ir. Fish, r, uni the saint .rs ret. e
Olie Fr(d. Urizer wa artrested tIy Sipecelas Ma. It
, I e anrd ItiuItas oni suitiicion oif haiiig htesi a o
party to a recent burglary on Chippewa street.
Filt<T llsTt:ICT Cot-PrT.-Harvey Giblbs, ac- i
cui- cit unt . ijel tg a latboit capit in, last win- 1
it r, at iour u p(r L a.icing. was 'ri, l for the third t
it ,'-l cterdiy, ar l ther j-riy could not agree. C
it wu.It It rentired that, on one of the preceding
triult , Lre i the jtrllten al,sented hiiu'elf nio
i,( lltarly', wlt-ut i it e g kt,, It,.;e or ciinnoatt of
,ii ge ir di;, i',y sher it ciant the i ;ry was imme- I
diately a nd summarit y drl,.ieid.
OLTHEUsratN ITEMSI. t
FSeveral cakcs of cholera are reported in Vicki
Corn was eufi-ring for ra n in Madison parish
on the l;th. (Cttin was beautiful.
T: e Tenses part-ih Gczotte says it has no news.
exi-,;ct tIat <.i, if their newly elected white
t P. .I :bus I r, ed his faith by Lis works b, marry
iu,z a cc', red lady.
lti,.r Girard, Alabama, last wieck a little girl
wa· Litten by a beake. tHer sister sncked tie
i'ad ,i ;t ti,, von.::, , an I applied p rita of turc
pI t'" i, aid the chid survivel.
'he i Caddo (;tzete peys corn will b)e sold on
poiler ( Ri,./I ,tl ly can,'ss.par b.h,4je[, The
waed t ii- e' r 1i- o mtarket and the anticipated
tpplliy being greater than the demand, low prices
w i rule.
Mr. Snuthi, -'age asent, inf.rms us that the
lit, e a 'y bui;t at ti,. mout, of Red ILver has
cail d in, as.d ite - tir unding onii itry itlundatel
to iuth all ex ent tlht it is feared there will
he e rPe ititerrnptlhn il the mal.s from that
point.-[Nachitoclhes Times, 1l3h.
'I e \i wkburg Ilersld of the 1-th says: " A
fltll nit ider was perpettat- 1 on Sa:,ipsou Wolf,
,:utri g Tuesday tinht, at his grist nmill below the
(i 'The ide-eare-d was f.uniil iI his bed, with
!,i t1u'l fractured. Tue deed is supposed to
b ive been (lnmitteid l,y negrnes, who supposed
e was in plis -i n ot m ney.
'i.e -MaL.tled Towel, of the I :h, says : "Last
,iii day ths eeiticon was visited wi'h heavy rains,
it e 1-cd i(' cit io f wte..tc are a r ady perceptible
r n :te grow,.g crops. Wt. regret to learn, how
ever, it.at the rur, was trt general throughout
t:w I arteh at d that 'he drought is greatly injur
rig the corn on e' mile of the plantalions."
1t e Mran'feld Tim'ii sacity : "We regret exceed
i gly3 that the emal: inuimlir of Swedes that came
to tlti par-h and located last winter have be
ci me die-atisfied and intend emigcrating to some
of the N esterrn States at an early date. We are
not .i'\ ised as to the cause of their dissatisfaction,
but presume it is cit ing mai:.ly to the absence of
ti ls of their countrytuen.
IThere is a strike amioug the engineers on the
Mobtile and Moitgonmery IRailroad, but the trains
have made their regular trips without interrup
tilonh. Minday nlaht the superinten lent took out
a trin, en the lb'h the asct-tant superintendent
to( kii i t one. and on the 171t aol engineer was to
;irtm;. e it. S' ti.e -- tperinitident se-ems deter
n flt' r t ,,:e C. dii.e. ,I )hr e giaecr were
T!.c Mentgimery 31Mil of the 17th says: " The
'it, h; hi - ,L , ,I . t aid iow ttat tte corti is silk
ig aend tao-c ig we nted It ntore than at any
,.,tir tim e. It . or ciri p i s ethlijeo ted to
dr< lit ht at lhi stic - if its crowth uiuety-nine
lts(, uat ri one iundred awi! the crcp be an
;ri c t c !re aiure t-Ily a f-w mnore days of
C it icd J' ry w( at:er, aRid thlie work upon the
coin crc p ' r i: detriuct;un w:il bet done. Tae
rai:-. in !hil? few, vtry few, lo atitica that we ha;e
,i,,d ol Ia this couiity, am rni:t to little, in com.
liarl- n to ' u:e cr:try at large. The p!an'or,
a l-,,n: en . L ,.e d a b ".. 1 t2 0 ' tol 'r lpi re. lies In a
n lot ( ualt o-pt' Lidei 1, t1 0.', ihat 1 is tot
gF td. The i - 1k.t i- ioi t tit bIe irirtocked
, ,ri c:'¢ :.I .x fa b: but if the pl:atter a ,ir,, a
g , i r e f r w!,it he makla, ho IIy by ab!le t>
bu) L. gre,,er ies." I
At t).e .rrrnie I'alk races ou te l the th-
swte p-takes fi r two 3ear o! h-, Cv furlongs, was
ian l Jwio; ve -by, ly:pt:r-', bea'lng Canny
lairn. Tin e -.o 1Hi ' st<..4 or three
3e r-olds was w 'n by J. Eckr;con'a filly. B,nie
sraes beating Bowen & 11..l'1 fit:y, Auitralla
ietoin.\ Mortrec ' tily. Fanny Ludlow (third.)
his i t lit'y, lyI t I' ui e f)irtnt , an I I w~ilg'a
t:! v. I -v l - .kinrd:dge. Ime-:: : -*. The s-ling
Ira' "r i - : rI , onc e tile and ::v, nrlongs, was
S -" hW u h utCtng, Al I baro, brth
it! to,0.:,, 's liv, tiree $ears ,,!, be Irrh~r
('..3.j. (n thent L .! /.:ky Cl.b lan-i op
Sir-e was won ly I)unnck 's 'ult Jnes A. (':i
n,. y, Ieat: e (",- n cr. ii ;, ral '", artd Bea
i i: te ... .!e track wia heavy. Tie
0 5iea5t'e t ito ear i lut . tio -3.1 ?- Tw tml I ,
wa- wrin Fy It , an-i - l Hai.' !:!ly Ans'ralis,
c..; , :.r, . c. Nt n anrd ,li'n: e l.ta;
i,., l!.e rt e was close. The sweep
a i-- i- r :wo vtear '!~-. d,,ih of ,'f a mile, was
a-r' by c It e a " Binrnie Lass, bc;titg FI-namo g,
: vegIt-. -s asud cx oti: er. The e, - !i- feattir'
Sa.;' c. free fr 'l ae-s. fJr it.i1', w iJ- wt)a by
Micrris' I 'r;va'eer, beating Onward, Aldebail ,
-.teta;sJ : d l.ild. 'lthe rae wa-i txtii ,
'ri is 'tr, A ' , r .cid Ontviarl cutJagitg -i
tt o . =-vera: times; time--7:t -.
Sl'mre de ?!:ramon, the widow ot the M~rxian
get ral who was executed at i tere'r a wl't
Msa;nl'an, h-l a private sumiene 01 the Fm.
pres I'gen:e lately. Her maieety converse i
with tlis Jy for imoUre tihan o hur, and aoke-h
d tr t:nmeroes qcsia'inns abcut the 12teret-rr
!rspe,!y. Before taking leave the empreso
rt flurmed M'me de Miramun that a pension of t.:0
Strancs a year wotuld be granted her from her
u jes'y's private purIe. As l'me de irnam n
Is already in receipt of a panln from Vienna.
Ithe total Ic-s of her fortune is compensated for t)
San extent which could hardly have been hoped
t1,r, but some of her friends think the court of
BelghUm ought to contrlbute.
r The governor and council have reappointed W.
r , C. C1ak attorney rtgatl of assachknttd.
The Old Felks.
Ah ! don't be sorr twfl, darling,
And don't be sorrowful, pray
Taking the year together, my dear,
There isn't more night than day.
'Tis rainy weather, my darling.
Time's waves, they heavily run
But taking the year together, my dear,
Ihere isn't more cloud than sun.
We are old folks, now, my darling,
Our heads are growing gray,
but taking the year all round, my dear,
You will always find a May.
We have had our May, my darling.
And our roses, long ago;
And the time of year it coming
For the silent night of snow.
And God is God, my darling,
(if night as well as day :
Arnd we feel and know that we can go
Wherever Be leads the way.
God of the night, my darling,
Of the bight of -bath so grim;
The gate that leads out of life, good wife,
sl the gate that leads to Him.
ITEMS BT LAST WIOIIT' MAIL
The New York police force now nuanbers 2560.
lie trotting stallion stake at the Naragansett
nime t ng, on the 16th, was w,-n by Geo. Wilkes.
IarUiel 8. Walbridge, cx-teuriber of Congress,
d;ed at Kalamazoo. aged b2.
'Iere wire three hundred and ninety-two
deatllhs in New York last week, aend one hu2dred
atd fitly in Brooklyn.
The defalcation of the Boston tlide and Leather
Natiut-al larik is ascertained to be $17;,000. The
surplus of the bank is f'0,otilo.
Ibhrimas R. Whintemore, town treasurer of Spen
cer. Massachusetts, who defaulted to the amount
of $1(.o000, has been arrested in Miasisiappi. He a
restired the mrney and was let oft.
1'he trustees of the Peabody fund are holding a
session in New York for the cousaderatain of
methods of carrying out the purp,,ae of tie trust.
1! is reported that Bonner is about buying the
cclebrated St. Louis pactig horne. Billy toy-,e,
providing it can be bhua u hi-n that he is gJ d for
a nmile iu 2:17. It is nelilv,- , I ri is.
Judge ILo1iaham, of New Y,.k., has refused to
Is.ue at ijulrntlon tio the purpoue of reiraLiniug
the metropolitan police from warning strangers
away from certaindi-reputable coan ert salo us.
I r-mi, one 01 our New York exchaues on Mon
day we learn that capital.is si albuudnt that on
n-aturday loans weie made at the rate of one
pt r cent. per annum. This, we believe, is with
out a precedent in this Couutry.
The city council ofh t. L nis, on the 1Gth,
parsed a resolution requesting the Mlisoutri repre
rentat ves in C(greasa I procure an appropiria
ith i ! c n i mllii of doar fr tithe liuprovement
of tLe Mia-ouri and ise,-.i1ip r ere.
;l: t nat uiday, liie of the or.- ,, s '~ filmt ti
the igo county, Indiana, Jil. iniclu in.l a man
tsn ed Stevete, charged with ni-ribar, suc-eveded
It, ourrtw an. under the heavy s:ue fl or and up
the outside of the north wall, ault made their es
cal e. )Only one prisoner, a boy named DudJ, was
I'ring the storm in Peru, Indiana, on Monday
et, :!rig, the freight depot of the Indi inapolis and
', li and Chicago railroad ,isa triik by lightning
andi set on fire. The flaimes were su,- iaed without
nat h diflicu!ty, but for a ttmn there was danger of
the total daetrue ion of the burdings.
An old liachelor, living near Lebanon, Ohio,
nude a will twenty-five years ago, devising his
lprotprrty to a certain James Frazier, if he should
evetr be r.nnd. After twenty-flve years he turns
up an oid man, living Lear Wheeling, and in very
NN 1 man Butler, once a temperance lecturer of
repotailuon and a man of ablhity and culture, out
b,- throat in Pro( k ] u, on Monday last, while cuf
, i.ig Irom delilium tremees. He had reformed
toveral times, but has been a comuanon sot for
stevral )ears past.
t'Ie wife of E. A. Pollat1 of Virginia, hat Mrs.
Cootly and Miss Coolly arrested on the 16th for
assault and battery. Inu he- complaint sheobharges
hi .e. lif and then dt r ring hier. In reply, he -sl
she is a maniac th ruh · e ;e ousy.
teorge Bethel, oi bMemphis, was shot and
killed by Clarence ('oilier, while tishing at tea
line bayou, Aikauses, on the lIth. The murder
was Geliberate and unprovoked. Collier, after
shot ting Betl el. reloaded his shot gun and walked
offl dttying arrest.
A new paler hes just been issued in San Fra.
cii.,a called the Free Press anii A!aks Herald,
whii h is partly printed in liu,rian. and contains
ato og other tiings th,u United -4tites Constlti
thln done into lu-nian, by instalmeats, for the
benefit of our Walrusasian brethren.
Otn the 16th, at lHamilton, Oh;o, lHenry Holle
cher, while engaged in an altercation with his
wife, became so nraged at his son fur interfering
in the same, that he seized a abost-gun and dis
charged it in the latter's face, itll cting a serious
i: Lot fatal wou ai $ie was immediately arrested,
ano is now in jail..
It is nuthoritatively announced that the Penn
s) lvania Cerntral Railroad Company has purohased
the Mlscsieippi an.cud ipeouri lriver Air-lime rail
r ad. When the road is btý, this will give the
to tiier a direct counectiont lo 'ait leading points
a eat from Philadelphia tdtlfO.tWao gsoean, cross
inig Illinois midway between ht. Lainiand Chicago.
Cattle in SBothwestern Missouri are dying of
very rapidly, 'having caught fever by coming is
contact with Texas cattle driven across the State
last winter. The Legislature passed a law pro
bib ting this driving, but the governor has saine
issued a special permit to Bacon Montgomery to
send the ni acres, and many people are very in
dignant at Fletcher.
An old man named Edwards, who lives In
Fpringiield, Mass., and his bewit-thing daughter,
wlo doesn't live with her husband, are said to be
c-nfederates In a nest little game to swndle cone
tryneen. The female is sweet on young men, In
dotes them to invite her to ride, and the parent
starts after the young couple, raises a breese,
and the courng man, if green enough, pays
rindliy to avoid arrest for an attempt at elope
On the 26th of May, Isase Y. Little was ar
rested in littahburg, on the charge of obtalling
monrey urder teale pretenses. lIe a-ked toe ar
restnlg otliher to go wilth him to a pawon-shop, and
whten tucie asked to see the pastols aie had
pawned. They were handed to him, and he im
mediately placed one against his breast and tired.
Hlie was taken to the hblsital and Itgered ontil
fbtturday, when he died A propensrty for gam
tIug l d himn itto the digolttuesj wthich induced
hb:t to take his life.
l'ruol. J. h. II. Wilcor., Moer4. riir1,g. Mrs.
Juta Arhlaibd II Inrec. utni Mrs. iaruner, a dele
gain< tront tie ,niveriart ralb ie Assomhi-ou,
tnit l an argurienrit oil tile terita i wotain fr safl
Irage before the Houise oommntce on the Istrlict
et it'lurbta on hatulr!vy. 'I he argume'ts were
nmanly sustained by Mrs. Holmes and 'rofesseor
Wilcox, and at the conclusion the delegation
thankhed the committee for their kind attention.
when the cammittee reciprocated the complil
n, rt, declari.Lg thenianlvee grea'ly entortained by
tr arguiment-. the ciniim:'e will subunit a re
Ae r on thie subject at thi' n xi Re-sion.
A Wa,'hirgt-n special saRs the Senate commit
tee omi foreign relatiors has iven con-idering for
F. Ilii teme Mr. n-ks as ball reCltive to the riguts
oi naturatl:zd ic,,- :f, iutad. It is understood
P tiat \lr. urnrner hi -on-tnlted becre'.ry neward
a Btaut tChe I a'rar. i u- *atat-d thu-t t1,at fan cion
a sty has at wed tte t..vtu ,g oat of the sa lion
whlith ipro\t du- t r reprin- or retaliation by sr
re 1-i, -. .' -C- -r- ' - -uv-rtnmsnts who may
ae wi'un, ,-r I --rr - w-eaen +tragas are prepe
,,ttil on Aimercauin naturalzed rit;zens abroad.
Mr. heward feared this clauti in the ball might in
valve us in dIt! i;ty wl'h other giverrnments. and
on his advice tr -comma:ttee Las agreed to repart
the bl withtout it.
4 -- -~---¢
A i-cnoster canion, presented by the snltan to
qietn uuctiria, ias been received at VWotrilch
Arrseal. The balls ac empasy.ng It are of
grarite, aid weuigh 1;0 ponnIs eauh. They are
s-n sar to thase described i t;,ibli'n " I:-s and
a ia' f tte t.lman Emptire," as being s,-l by
ia lahonet Ii, at the siege of .\Adr:Pinle in I ;;.
1 -~--"* -
(-:conC Labhi lla's eltet dpng',ter who is to be
1 earrrd to the PcLn ot King lomh,'s family, is
"a chip of the ldti tra e." e sla rather god
hI ok;ng, but wayward, imperous and ,ll-tempered.
J o-nme time ago one of the priests offended her.
r at she thectef::rwar- refused to attenl mass at
n the roal chapel. None of her governesses
could stay longer with her than a couple of
r n:onths, and s.e laughs at h-r mother when lea
1d tells exhl ris her to behave herself. As far her
of father. if he is her father, he has no authority
over her w hatever. In Madrd people believe that
it she does not like her intented husband she will
. tell him so to his face, in the presence f thea