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ii ii NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT. I
Vl I.IE XVII. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1868. NUMB
,J 'Irar, RlMooltA sns
-rFOLLW Ten Cre ir
Concrntrated Extract Sarsaparilla.
IT REMOIVFP BLACK SPOTS, FIIdPLES, MOTH
PATCHER AND ALL ERUPTIONS
OF THE SKIN.
Is the opring Montbh the system naturally undergo"s a
ebange ad HLMiktoLI'8 H iHLY CO'(ENrRATED
XITIAC'T O(F SARSAPARILLA is an assistant of the
TOUNO LADIit. BEWARE! oftheblnnrlousefft, at
Fae Powders ad Wahes. All euch remedies close up the
poreo of the skip. and in a short time destroy the omplexio
If yans weed harp a fresh. healthy a* d youthful appearano-a
C8EK HIEIBOLD'8 EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA.
Not a few of the worst dleredae that aniet maekind arse.
foromeorruptioe.f the blood. HLMBOL.D'S EXTRACT
BARAYPARILLA IS A BElIED of atheatmost ralte.
HELMDOLD'8 X.ITRACT SARSAPARILLA elnane
and renovated the blood. Instlls the vigor of health lto the
ysctem and purgssout the homers that make disease.
QUANITFT VR. QUALITT-B ELMBOLD'S EXTRAC'T
SA "RAPARILLA. The do el smeall. These who direlra
urge quantity and large doses of aedict sas.
Those wt desire BRILLIANCY OF COMPLEXION
mast purify end eailch the blood, whleb H LWRO)LD'S
CONCENTRATED EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA
INVARIABLY DOElS. Ask for Helmbold'. TAKE NO
4IGHLY CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT
CRAOICATES ERUPTIVE AND ULCERATIVE DISEtSES
80 DISFIGURE THE APPEARANCE,
THE EVIL EFFCT OF MERCURY
Remoelag All Thaate.
iLe Remeanst of Dosease. hereditary or otherwise, and Is
taken by Admlts and Children with
Two Tabeewpo wofl of HELMBOLD'8 NRtraet of 8arsape.
*!11, added to a p'nt of water b endl to the Lsbh.,u Diet
lDrin. ed on bottle is equal to a gallon of & sayartlda, or
the doe*oteon as usually made.
BUC H U,
IS THE GREAT DIURETIO.
HELMBOLD'S CONCENTRATED EXTRACT
IS THE OREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Both are prepared areordlng to the rules of Pharmry and
Zhemistry, and are the most aseUo that can be mae.
CONCENTRATED FLUID EXTRACT
Is eertaln care fo diYseasee of the
Bladder, Kidneys, Oravel, Dropsy, Organic
Weak·Les, Female Complaints,
If no treatmest 1 submitted to, Cosoumptln or Insanvur
may renme Onr Flebh and Blood are supported troai itmo
sourceo, aud the
BEALTH AND HAPPINESS,
and bthat of POSTERITY depaond upon prompt 'e of a r
The I'roprletor trusto that !.is Remedies , Iecn . a, ei. ia,
may not te clased as Patent Mtelltao--mof of w. t oas
prepared by solf athd Doct ,r, who. In mr,i In.tarnce, are
to, ignaora ti, eadi a ph) oser ,',c r p-ef ripti . ..,
tLee ompetent to pr are l'ha IIaceutital leltarat.on.
Are prepred In vrauo from the vegraohie elbstonstannes
arnamed, and are the mout active that can be made. DeeC
lons amr enx'edngly trouhlesome, and it is ne'esry t, pre
pare ther every day- and the sryrup re st ill moret ,lcrtl-on
ablel, a they are weaker than the deriotionss., for l iri setal
rated with negarn are urs~ol'e.tiilleoathg in s I ltht ":' ab
tss extrartive matter than water alot. and the yrnps ere
otherrwi, oie'tlonarls, fTr the partent is Ire, ently u.r.ae
ated aid rthe tomach surtlted by the Ilrde opr<p.rtun o:
oeager taken th sah dos#, wlich is of no u we Wahee.r, ex
crpt to keep the der,, tion trim spoilng.
lier. the a, a,dtao. and nuperturits ' the FIL:J E:rao a
am strribrgly anltes.
Thereiettlr st i trelr cnprryraity will bre a no*.r-ilsn
with tl• prtioi tiu a- errl h, t o te L ,I . . ;ite. D -;,en
NT LABORATORY FOR THlE MlANi Ph'T' RE OF
FLUIl) E\TKAtAITS han been vslted y thi ,n-ui .t piy.
siteans and drugglsts from allI ,arut ,f the luttd taste1 and
the msde of preparation received tielr unonloh as 0con .eard.
Ilelm td' Ilighly Concenrtrated Flud Extreerts are pleoe- I
.t in tats. and odorand ilmentat In ltheir a:t.,- ,
H. T. HELMBOLD,
1rugle, of elghieen prars ex.;er :o-, aidl maonu.turor
of Itelmbold'a einuine P'r-paratiets
Frincipal Depotc.--llembiid'l Drng and ('hcclac! We.'
houi . No. hIl Broadway, New Yorki, net Mrrop ,d,,~lan
Hlotel; aid llelmbold'Medical Depo., No. 1A Soius.L ei.
treet, htadelphia .
oled ,by UrWU· te Eveyw-tee,
FrimO $1 h per ba.·tl4 or ix ,r $6 r0)
None are gelIe un:.re drne ap in -tel.engraved wrap~ .r
with fac undle of my chAocasl arOnlore, and agjod
H. T. BELMBOLD.
The prepister we compelled to adopt thI wrapre·nr le
w. of the Fprwlg poslarity of hi aticles,aelnd to Revat
epalrt eadd dbeeoeee eeeosbtla.
H' E 0IESCENT'8 DISPATCHES.
'HO ()M W A bHINtTON.
()1ST O. ItE(C, ,N. lTRI'CTION.
ARKANSAS MIMBERS 8WORN IN.
PIROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
T H "0 T AX M DI L Z..
Personal, Political and Financial.
THE OMNIBUS BILL.
I 'I'iliE (c') oTr N W 'ITU.,
I REATY WITH ITALY RATIFIED.
The Mississippi Dredge Boat at Fortress
r fT. JOHQ s DAY.
WAt~uOTrn .. Jnne 24.--Seretary Schofield re
ports .he ansrnt to carry out the reconstruction
laws to June 3rth. $63i5,000.
'Ihe Arkasrias members were sworn in to-day.
The Democratic protest was entered on the jour
nal without dco he.
icrate- The Mount Vernon Ladies Association
ask an spo erpriation of $.tO00t,.
r A bill was ii'rdrced, by Howard, dlrsontinu
ing the freedfrei'sa bureau in the represented
prates, after January first-referred to the mid
The bill naking eipght hours a days' work in
government shops. pai.ed by 29 to 11.
The civil appropriation lill was resumed.
/uo,s, -Names of the Arkansas representatives:
5 Bands. Boles and Roots.
Ibe protest of the leinocrats against the ad
mission of the Arkansas delegation covers a col
urimn. Its logic is too close for synousis.
The tax bill was resumed. Amendments forbid
the removal of whisky from distilleries under any
circumstances until thu tax is paid, and provides
for a superintendeut of revenues for each fe leral
judicial district, to be nominiated by the commis
sioner ard appointed by the secretary of the
treasury, and removes all special agents of the
treasury department wiihio ten days after the
passage of the bill. The progress of the bill is
tardy. The New Englaud members struggle I
bravely but ineffectually for concessions to the
Afri'an rum trade. Heress.
The Senate bill legalizing future gold c'ntracts
meets with oppoituon in the ways and means
Surratt las gone to Baltimore.
The finance connmmittee report favorably on
Mulfoird'a nomination for the Richmond, Va., cJl
The president has nominated Perry Faller, of
Arkansas. as comrnissioner of internal revenue.
Coin payments due July first amount to $33.000.
010. including $7,o00,000 principal on the debt of
There wI:l he no monthly statement for June,
closing the fiscal year.
The ten days lihmitation on the omnibus admis.
asion bill will exoire to morrow.
Hecretary Mc('ulloch has employed Robert 8.
Hall. of New York, to contest the cotton cases
before the court of claims.
The consular convention and extradition treaty
with Italy has been ratified by the Senate. t
Iliepatches represent St. John's day very gen
erally celebrated northward.
The dredge boat for the month of the Miisis
silpi is at Fortress Monroe, repairing her ma- f
A Newspaper Uupprreeeed.
,r.ELMA, June 24.-Yesterday the Tuecaloosa t
Monit,r was enopres*ed under an order of Gen.
8hep' erd, for an alleged violation of general
order No. 51. Randolph. its editor, has avoided
arrest, and will proceed at once to Washingtn
ansd lay the facts before the president and General t
FROM ST. PAUL.
rT. PArL, MINNRsoyA, June 24.-india out.r
rages near Forts Benton and Fatten continue.
Tlhe reported murder of two mail carriers has been
Trala Arre*ted Agali - Ialllat Neutrality a
Betwerea Fralee and Pn sla - Farragut n
at aoutkamptoe-A Day of Thaaksgiavig v
ta Oreas Britala-The Blleular with the r
Chu'rch tI Austria. i
Lo,~rwie, June 24.-Train has again been comr
mitted for debt. Is
It is reported that Italy ihas announced in a
diplomnatic note her deterination t7 observe
strict neutrality between France and Prussia in
the event of a war between those powers.
I~ohnoN, June 2I.--Farragut has arrived at
iSunday next has been appointed a day of
thankegiving and prayer for the Abyssinan c
Baron Von Benat declares that the bishops'
threats will not prevent the enforcement of the
law concerning confessional.
Ihe pope's allocution says: The concordat
with Autria ebould have been perpetual in its
Sffete, and he warns all of the faithful of the
puma attached to ite violation. He granted am- b
y. tpy, with few exCeptions, to all persons who
i.vaded pupal territory last irar. I
FROM THE WEST INDIES.
Ilesperatle Col5at.es of lSalare. t
FoRTarEs MoNreao, June 2.-The 8hawmt, six hi
days from Cape Haytien, confirms the desperate
condition of dainave, whose secretary of state.
I I elorme, escared with $250,00 in gold, and wooe~
followers were deserting.
It was tealed that Salnave woold come to Cape
Havten and de end himself there. tue crew of
I the Shawmrut are well. tr
FROM HAPTI. at
Malsave Stli Holds @nt.
"'w " i,, June 24.-The Heraild'sa pecia! I
mys : ·ba:ina'e staIl ,oll, out in hi. ',sieged asp. 5
:t,;: and refueirt: all parleys with te inruurgerts f
'.,s:1e. lie t:reatens to bombard t, town be. u
'.re It sei:a!i be taken, and has commenceI inailt- i
i r al' trerners biut the Amercnans. Faubcrt t
!l. :.rl. hg the fort outside of the cilty tor ibl
F o;,, r,. inne 2! -St. John's lday was s !e
I brat, : ' Ii A n c ,xrsion to .sliand. len.
trrran re a* nong the excureioni·vs .
i se r ,n \ uase .4.-lt has been raining hard
dIVER N E .I
VICzcsstuao June 24.-l'.rsed up. Fletcher at so
, . M. yesterday. Lousiaua at 3 A. . liown id
Syuitman st 7 P. x. yesterday. and Westmoreliad
at I tts evening. River falling rapidly.
Ft. Loh:s, June 24.--Upper Mississippi and
Lit i- Lt.s, June 24.--River falling: c feet 8
inches in the canal. Weather clear and warm.
FIOM SIOUTHWUI T FAD, f
80orwEwSv PAs. June 24-11 A. M.--Barote- t
ter 29:70. Wind northeast, blowing a estre ItI
breese. Arrived: S',-m.hip W. G. Hewes, Tripp,
Galvi stn to C. A. Whitney & Co.
SOrrTHtwT PAS., June 24-6 P. w.-Barometer
29:c0. %HA d east, blowing fresh. Arrived: Bril
Mary E. Hind, Hastines. master, frim 4Sgis Le
(;and, with ing-r and mrlasse. to A. CuOtonrie
& Co. Bailed: Steamship Har'an.
LoNr,oN.June 24-Afternoon.--Bonds 734'73;.
I.lvnaroLt, June 24-Noon --C ttoo-sales
7010 Lates. Other markets unchanged.
LIVEBPIOL, June2t - Afternoon.-Cot'on easier.
Pales lOO0 bDules. Lard dull; other markets un
La varooi.. June 24 -Evening.-Cotton market
irreeular and rather more active: -ales to-dvay
":OO( bsles : prices a fraction lower; uplands 11 ,
Illd., Orleans 11, .ll1 h. .Breadstufesqnie'. Pro
Visions quiet. 'I urpentine 2-,. Sugar all ,at 20,.
L.osIoN, June 24--:veuing. - Consols 91;
bord 7::' .
FRANKIORT, June 2l.-Bonds 77~'~77'.
New Yog., June 24.-Cotton marCet not ma
terially changed: sales $30 bales; miJddltogr 30.
Flour irregular; rtate superdue $; 8(.x47 :10;
Houthern brands declining: common to fair extra 4
$9 05(l10 50. Vheat a shade lower. Ciro n
heavy: mixed Western $1 05(l 06. Mess pork-
Iew fo" 5o; old t$2. Ltd firm; kettle 171L8ko.
-ugar firmer; Muscovado ll(1l24c. Other gro
cer es uiichanged. Turpentine 43 ti;e. Itsin
C2 7 50. Freights uncDaged. (Gold 14;.
tt ling dull. S, uthern bands strong and active.
GoverCr ens .-teady. a
a.w Y ti ,t June 2f -Evening.-- Money non
chan ed; call loans 3'1, pri:ue paper '. I.
let e:ul stocks closed tull and I.twer; 5 2','s of
l1;2 with couons, 1131; of 1It,4- , Ill : of 1es;,,
1114,; n. of Januory and Jiuy, 114; of lo.7, 1
114 ; 10 40's. 1h7i; 7 30's, 110, l.
Lot'ietvi cI.. June 21 -akles 145 hhds. tobacco:
lues $2 ;.,!'- 75. Trimble county cutting- leaf I
0uo Whi at--old crop $1 au0it12. Corn 9tc9.:lc.
Oats 74e:r oc. Fluno--$7 504o-t for superfine.
Mes pork $2A Lard 17.%c. Baeon-shoulders 133:., a
<lear sidep 17 K3.le., clear rib Siles 1;' l6;V c..
all pecked. tbulk meats-Shonlders 123c., clear I
side, li 1 .( l .
It.ci, jit. June 2t.-Flour dn";: family $ 50 t
$rfe9 75. tWhea' quiet at $2 05$i12 15. Corn 87
(lIc. (Iats 77c. Butter 25(6tl0c. Eggs 18u.
P'ro,videl's dull and no~inally unchanged.
Ct'rLtrTON, June 24.-l:ottoo market quiet.
Fales 7 Ibates. Middlings 2Se. Rteceipts 1is bales.
Exports a Iti; bales.
BA AstAHn. June 24.-Cotton ma L-t quiet. a
Mitddlings nominally 29c. No receipts. RIeceipts f
Mioslti Joune 2.--Cotton-nothing done: re- i
ceipta 17 bales; exp!rts 172.
br. Lotto, .luse 24.--T.i acco active and firm. t
Fir ur, supertine to 73. Wheat $242 27. Coa t
7CirtSic. Oats 716c,7tc. Pork $21 2.r.;'2 .i0.
Bulk meat--shonlders lljo., clear sides 1,;.P.
Bacon--bhoulders 13c., clear rib sides t16i.,
clear sides 17c. Lard Iflll:1c.
A telegram from Sir Robert Napier, of May 10,
sas: The son of Theodore is a child; his Ifte
suuld iot be safe in Abyesiniia. I regret to say
that the idow ed queen of Theodore died on May
15, in miy camp. The urgeon who attended her
reports her death to have lesulted trout disease of
the lungs of long standing. The remains were
burned in the church of Chelicat. An escort of
our troops accompanied the fuueral procession
beyond our picket. All our troops will have em
barked by June 1. A flood has occurred in the
Soorou Detle ; 600 natives were drowned. Hearth
of the troops is excellent.
The gossip about Bancroft, and his propnsition
to learn how to ride a ch!s ,:a!. n order to play the
gallant with Miss Meyerbeer, of Berlin, is dis
posed of by the New York Sun. which says:
"How absurd this story is will at once appear to I
every person who has frequented the Central
Park at any time during the last dozen years. i
Mr. Bancroft's erect, striking figure, mounted on c
a stout bay horse, he- been familiar in the rides c
of the park, in all sorts of weather, ever since it
was first opened to the pub.ic. In fact, he has
been a skillful horseman these forty years, and tl
only a maldcious love of gossip would have t
t. unped up such a ridiculous at )ry against him."
Count Montalambert, in the Catholic Corres
pondent. taking advantage of tho late relaxation
of the press laws, flies in the face of the French
government. if not of the Emperor Napoleon him. t
self. He says he will not argue with those people ti
who cannot pee that the interregnum of the last
fifteen years infiic'ed on the liberties of France is
preparing a r0volution to which those of 1830 and d
1548 are only child's play. Neither will he argue
with those who believe in the infinite duration of
the present regime. This language sounds for
midable enough : but, coming from so thorough
paced a churchman, it will do the emperor cno
great harm with the great mass of his free-think.
ing subjects ; and his majesty is well aware of 3
this. Montalambert prophesying and hailing an
other and more terrible French revolution is a
rather grotesque fact, certainly. r
The French empress has long been in the habit ir
of devoting one day in the week to visiting, in as
disguise, any poor families in Paris whose cases,
previously investigated, may have been specially ts
recommended to her. In three visits she has
been accompanied by three young ladies belong- it
ing to her private circle of friends. One of these it
usually gave the sum of money appropriated for ti
the relief of the case, in the name of the empress,w
stating that they had been sent by her. It ap
rears, however, that the emperor, fearing, it is
said, to expose her majesty to over-fatigue, has
appointed two competent persons to fulfill this
mission of mercy. The fact of one of the four
visiting ladies being her majesty once accidentally
revealed, naturally her mission, which led her
into crowded lanes and remote courts, became
in:possible. The secret has been kept for a
lengthened period. m
A half military anecdote is in cir-lat ion
General Clheeret, retirning home alone late one
evening, was attacked by an armed bIrigand. The ra
great strength of thle general rendered him indif- t
thrent to such incidents: hb seized the ruffin by I
the throat and threattned to strangle him. On t
examt-ing the captive more cloely, C('loueret re
cognized himn as a personage with whim he had
already had dealings. " Why, you rascal. you
are the same man who robbed my tent in Algeria le
of five hundred france in gold!' " Ah, general,
bu if voe knew the circumstances. They had
writteni to me from Europe that my poor miother c
was dangerously ill, and I wanted to send her
somne assistance. But I entreat you, general,pc
have some pity upon me: give me my liberty
this time, and I swe.r to p ts the reot of my life us
in repentance. Ti- general granted the prayer,
let the fellow co, and thought n, more abtoit the
miatter. A Iono time afterward i, received a box Co
containing flive hundred frazys and the following
letter : ThIis restitution proves to you, generml, It
that a good action is never lost. To procure the di,
Pum that I engaged mayself to return to you, I
have been obliged to beat out the brains of two,
ren, to force three cecrctaries. and break in the of
doors of three inhabited country houses. You
see, general, that a benefit is never thrown
away."-[Psaris Letter. mi
A CASE OF MITAc e, lDE\trITY.-Setator ien- i i
derson was lately in a sleeping car. on a crowded
train coming into ti e eapit.!. (toe Ir our t loo
congressmen was Slto on the train. A couple of
ardent young poliiH-ans care in !ate atd seated
themselves in Ce tl the sectlions. They say i,'
that fellow Henderoon. that sold uns out on im -
peaschment. is on this train. said c:, . Let us -c
look around and see if we san pi k hin out. Such rc
a chap must be easily recnnied by the sort of
face he'll be sure to Iave. And so they looked
up and down, and finally settled on a buriv tigure I a 0
in a chaplaini's suit of cray. with buttalo har i I:
thrust back in conlfued masses from a narrow I '
hut strong forehead. That's the fellow, ex- I,
;aimed one. "I'll het any sum that's the tc:an. I t
He luokts it all over. Ju.Ct look at that treacherous
face. Why, he'd sell his cranihuotheres bones, to
cay nothing of the liepub ican party." And s., c
en a courreoeus suglestion from the lank, tall rgen. e
tleman sitting opposite, who rca' been laughing i .
with them over their disovery of the "recrean;
senator" by his face, they gave way to let tue th
porter make up the berths. This conrteons gen- to
tlaman opposite happened to be Senator Liender- a
son binself. Next morning b: found the joke too of
gotd to keep and so mtrthed over to ,,r co:i
gressman fromn the second dis:rict to tell him how rsl
some if their tel!uw-travelers had been able to let
identify him ;Gen. fam. Cary to wit) as the usi
"recreant senator" from Miissouri because of his tet
"treacheroaus face," which "must belong to a the
man who would sell out anything." Report add- y
tbhat (;en. Sam. didn't seem to enjoy the story ti
half mauch as the sens*or.
Agilte to the C:ncinnati t ~art. we
-- - e,--x _
Beware of tooth poisons vended under the
name of "dentifrices." Adopt and adhere to (T
the only preparation that really preserves the "e
teeth and hardens the gms---fragreat Bosodont.
It aelfcl ton Qeairmlg teeth ae ro. ..W.I
$ocal nttei gence.
RI-oaroafrL BRvItTIas.-Two men, nafmed
lewis Drun m and Henry Heahan, employed on
the steam tug Ieaney, were thrown into the river
by the capsizing of a boat near the head of Sec
ond street yesterday noon. They were picked uo
by a lugger after having floated down to a point
opposite SL. Andrew street.
Serious injuries were received by two men,
named Casnagno and Nicholas. who fell from a
buggy ,n Esplanade street, near the horse station,
yesterday afternoon. They were both taken to
their hobmes on Orleans street.
The temperature yesterday, as shown by the
thermometer at C. Duhamel's, corner Bienville
and Chartres streets, was as follows: At ti A. N.
75 degrees: 12 t. Sf; 3 r.m. Si ; 6 P. w. 82.
lhe meeting of conservative ex-Union army and
navy ofticers, which was held on Canal street, on
the evening of the 23d. nominated the following
delegates to the Soldiers' and Sailors' Conven
tion, which is to be held in New York on the 4th
proximo: Msj. Fred. Frye, Capt. John Kark.
Capt. .1. Mcteth. Col. W. M. Swallwood, Col. J.
Van Zandt. Capt. It. S. Denning, Capt. John A.
I row, Col. J. H. Darling, Lieut. G. G. Simms.,
Capt. G. 8. Darling. Col. John Hancock, D. F.
Powers. Col. J. T. Reed, Col. J. S. Priest: and
the following were appointed a committee to draft
retlutiots as a bauis of instructions for the
guidance of the action of the delegation in con
vention: Gen. i. N. Friabie. Capt. J. E. ,tcot,
Capt. Mlandervide, Capt. Evans, Major H. G.
Crickmore. The meeting then adjourned to rn-et
at 7:31 P. y . to-day.
The CaRacLer is indebted to the Orleans Dra.
ma-tc Rlieht Aveociation for tickets to a teat, i
cal performance to be held this evening at the
\aretiea Iheater. tor the benefit of iSt. Vincent's
Inlant Otphan Asyium. The box otfi:e will be
t pen after 10 A. M.. and the performance is to
commence at haid-pet 7 this evening. Can any
body chut Lie or her Laud to such a melti!g
charity, when it is known that the little ones in
rt. Vincent's are suffering for want of the neces
saries (f life ?
Mayor Conway hls appointed James Steel co:n
oi--ary of tt. Mary's Market.
I'acatia La barre, L-q., presented his creden
tials yesterday as temporary coutroller of the
city. Mr. Mandell, the incumbeut, received hinm
withk all courtesy, requesting until to day to pre
pare his papers and business for his final adieu to
A eLoe store in the Third District was hburlari
cnsly entered on lneeday Light. and robord of
a large quantity of the stock. No clue has thus
far been found by which to catch the robbers.
A young trl from Vickaourg-e-ery young,
har,dsoire and well educated-threw herself into
the Mfiscseippi yesterday, in the hope of ending
her earthly woes. She was rescued, however, by
two gi(od anialitans. sbe wae- taken to a houe
clite- by and kindly attended to. It is the old
story--love, confidence, betrayal, desertuou,
"Rent Dsa" and "Don C.-tar" have heien
chosen by the Shakspeare Club as the pieces to
be pla.ed at their next entertainment, whih, we
Iharm, is to occur early ton July.
G. lFitzcerald has been appointed superioten.
dent of the National Cemetery at New Orleans,
* Mr. Charles Meyer, residing on St. Denis street,
was arrested night before last by Officer Dtr_ an,
and taken to the station upon some charge wntch
in the morning, when the accused was arraigned
-eflore him, Recorder Vennard refused to euter.
tain. Mr. 1a eyer, thereupon at once entered a
charge of illegal arrest against the officer, and
the matter as reversed, will doubtless come again
before the rec- rder this morning.
A suit was instituted some time ago in the
Fixth fistrict Court, by the Carondelet Canal and
Navigation Company, subrogated to the rights of
John L.. Gubernator, against the city of New Or
leans and a thousand shares of loO each, in the
Commercial Water Works, seized and advertized
for sale by the sheriffof the parish. The city has
just sned out an injunction to prevent the sale, on
the ground that the property in question is dedi
cated to lublic use, and is indispensable in the
administration and government of municipal
Although .Indge Howe held court yesterday.
there was nothing of any interest to the public
The reporter of the Cxc-RcuEr has seen a le*ter,
filed in a divorce case in Judge Leaumont's court,
ye)terday, which is of a very spicy and sprightly
rature. It is from the lady plaintiff, and was In
troduced by t he husband defendant, simply to show
that she had, of her own free will given him per
mission to frequent the company of other females
during his absence from home.
liECORDER GCASTTNaL'S COURT.--Fred Bailey, a
negro gent, was arrested yesterday, charged by
James J.ohnson with assaulting and cutting him
with a knife.
Another sable hriecalicr d'inlarsrie was caught
sleeping, under suspicious circumsatances, in the
yard attached to a dwelling on Dauphin street.
bM'le Cecile Thompson, a very charming, young,
saddle-colored f-.male, was arrested on a charge
rreferred by Mr. Schonfeld of knowingly receiv
ing stolen goods. A search warrant was issued,
tLd in her dwelling were found seven books, one
lady's worsted shawl, two children's cloaks, and
twa opera bonnets.
Two Indiass were taken up and brought be
fore the recorder of the First District, yesterday.
on til- charge of drunkenness. Beck-er released
tlhem. and they departed, genuine stoios of the
words, without a word of gratulation.
'Lo, the ioor Idi n by Tehefu,,cte'a side
onearld. hardy, ,.a the )rindlet panthers hide,
A. tiade ha biwarthy ra-a. with angsiah a es
The hitr man's ttae rise beneath the trees I
-,.- str~v th- thltetr oa h)- 'lyce sood,
He leaves the murmr t f Tehefuncte's nfltod,
Ari iforward bendine with ind enat grief
Wh er human fotatsep nee r priened the rhot.
He wends his waty where twlight rete-n s,,lhhme
"Neath torestasentt since the birth of Time. -
As Al LEOgD HEAVy Euiezr.r uErrn.-The two
members of a firm recent;y doing a heavy busi
ne~o* in whisky on Front street were arrested by
Aids Izard and Farrell last evening, upon a war. I
rant signed by a will known citizen, charging
them with breach of trust and embezzlement. 1
the affidavit states that on the t.h of March last,
the aliant purchased from the accused seventy. )
one barrels of whisky and fifty-four barrels of I
eerits. p~.ying for them ten thousand dollars in i
cash. The whisky and spirits are said to have been i
left in charge of the firm from whom they were I
purchased, and were put in their warehouse on
::orage. On the 20th inst.. when the purchaser -
called for them, it was found they had been dis
posed of, and hence the affidavit and arrest.
In accordance with the expressed wish of the
prosecutors in the case. we suppress the
names of tiLe accused. It is probable, how
ever, tlat wh I-I the miattor cameo Iaelore tht re
corder the entire transaction will be made public.
INi-rxT.-- The coroner held an inquest on Tuiis.
,lao evetliig ()n the bodv if Curneiius Boyd, whlo I
died of disease of the heart.
Ithou.i ot Ail.DEi:MFN.-An alIrined moeting I
of this board was he.l I-st evcning, President
Mearkex in the chair and a full board present. 1
Ihe reading of the minutes of the previous
meeting was dispensed with.
Mr. Kssner moved to go into an election of chair
Ian of the tinance committee. Adipted.
Mr. Kaiser nomnilnated hlr. Shields.
Mr. t'l iien nor-trated Mr. Zocharie.
Plr. 'e.aon nomintated Mr. Pfoynot. t
(tn tLe first balhlt Mr. l',ynot received vta-es,
7-. i, ci-a 4. and Mr. :c-i Ids 2.
Plr. O';. -ien moved t, drop thlca~nhlate re
ce irg the lowest numocr of votes. Not i
A second ballot resulted as the fr-t.
Mr. 'Pessou r~se to nmove that the cha'r appoint
SOn I.IrOre I fs thrs e Iti watt l-in the councoud
I: g c-neral to ask him to nominate chbirnln of
. ourt.ees on finance and of streets and landingsl .
u,.wg that hel d.l no: de.,re to lose his time in
tis ian-ner. Ayea 3: nrys i.
Another I as:it was takn resuliing as before.
air. I. V0ot now moved the appuintment o a
cnimmitti-e af five to wa;t upon the conmiianling
vereral for tie purpose of reluestang Lim to
t,,ake tle altportilinentts.
Mr. ()Briten dJtrecated the idea, stating that ,
the board oawedl its existence to the people sand
ri.,t to tle nIlitary. Some personal allusions
a re alo made by that gentleman in:he course
of hi, remarks.
Mr. blields. t, whon thnbt that the insinnations
ra lected upon his character, rose and related at t
iet dth the history of the attempt to hold the y
usual cancis to select chairmen of the commit
tees on fnance and on streets and landings, and a
the iallure to accomplish the object: he concluded tI
by challenging anybody prisent to prove any- .
thicg against his l'ooesty.
Mr. l'oynot rose to a personal explanation, and n
was followed by Mr. O'Brien, also on a personal
Mr. Kaiser said something to the usame effect.
(This pocrtion of the proceedings was so unparita- 8
mentary that it is not worth including in this re-,
Mr. Ponot called for the previous question Ig
which was carriad by a ve ot 5 t 3. Mssr e
Poynot, Bnguille. Peesa, Shields and Markey
voting in the affirmative.
1 he chair now said that he had received a per.
sonal communication from the mayor. in which it
was stated, that in an interview held between Gen.
Buchanan and his honor, the general bad said that
unless the board organized tmmediately he would
take peremptory action in the matter.
Mr. Poynot stated that the appointment of the
comnmittee would meet the emeigenoy. The fol
lowing gentlemen were then appointed as the
mt mjittee to wait upon the general : Mesrs.
Pepoun. O'Brien, Brady, Zacharie and Kaiseer.
The board then adjourned until this evening at
BOAel or POLICE COMMISSISONErs.-This board
met last evening. Mr. bbelley In the chair, aid
Messrs Courcelle, Izard, Macarty and Earhart
An applicat on from ex-ofheer B. M. Smith for
a new trial waas read and granted, the trial being
crdered for next meeting.
Other cases were continued to the next meet.
ing, alter which the board adjourned.
TiE PrEI Cli. iS'Oeol EX&MINATIOss.
THIE TUIED It'TIICT SCHIOOLS.
Yestera'ny the primary and grammar schools
of the Thrd District were the scenes of exercise,
mtlar in character to theie which we have
already recorded as occurring during the two
preceding dais In the schools of the First and
-tce nd 1) str.cts. In each one of tho'e of them
whi.i we visi'ed, and we rt gret that it was not
il nour power to have included all upon out I-.t,
tt tre were to be found the same rows of quct,
in'tlligent t thidren, the tame happy faces, and
the same attentive teachers, justifiably proud of
tie children's progress. Taking the Rampart
and Itsuphln cars, and alighting at Louisa street,
we reachtd. alier a short walk through the still,
T111 WA-I'IhtTON tGIR: ' ) SCUOOL,
On Moreau street, rear l.outaa. The building.
Pa to location. is the Inest we hive seen amoug
iis echools of the city. hb ing two stories high,
alth broad galleries and occupying an entire
square, while preadlre trees surround it, and af
lord a shade for the tpacious play ground. There
are here tiour hundrcd and thirty three pup!ls,
w uh are ur der hltrg' of Mrs M. Jekins, !irs H.
Kiltbaw, Miss A. Hr en'"e. fMiss ('. Hiihhard, Mais
A. ('hapoi., Miss i,. Wilder, Miss E. Kennedy,
',is E. Sloth. Miss L. Giroux. Mit A. Van Il)y ke
and Mrs. A. 1,nman. In the rooms of the prnel
pal. Mits. Jnkinm, we found tas'efully arrange
It coitf tiade for the d,, namatory and recitative
t erctces i'f the dlay. A litt;l plattorln had been
ire. ted atd decore ted with :nos flowers and
ev(rrretns, in sntitctption of the dialgliie of the
I ,3 q(l,~ , (t e of the pi(ce.o to be performed.
he et:ie programme was as follows:
Itr -' 11" 1 Fmlni g Vt
L1.a ur, o - P t . 11t ',e sd I',ar.l y
,M R K~t a u * t ,w on .ud ' Wet.enberger
1e iSe i I rr. Mtiller.
Ail i tt obhtnard an- Iatty Skinner.
r en lBrnt and F. Huber,ald.
' anctih tRe'rit in--t n ttrIaan.
I) ai i.e-'l r Ira .rrt-,
i te. A .I r.'te M. Cortsy, E. Willims,
" l ' i i , aii ,t M l a r t
t r..l R . +, o,.n t -.r t die Juce.,.
L +16g oe-- xatmilln. l. h [)a),
A. MI. , M w . M. B.. Y. H.,
t' ifr . =a d . i '.
tretnh Uts! -Sue--L'F , euve
,,t L--" e Li O -. oui.g toar:s. "
1, . 1. A .t'd:. .. ... ...... I' e-'r e IfL reew ld
. rt - , . ... ... \ttgle itLbard.
hbari--" \-~~t~, n #ol.t '
' he roll of honor in Mrs. Jenkins's department
sto(d as follows: Misses MI. II. Corry, J. Weishte
mnr. E 1)aubert, A. I.avote, A. J. Coate, C. Coste,
l'. lig1:. 1. oanumgate, C. ltupr,', M. Hart, M.
I Sahler K. C'arey, E. Carey. As an evidence of
the proliciency of the cl.ass in geocraphy, some
waiter color maps. drawn wr'hout implements,
1 wrce shown us: and in arithmetic too a creditable
d:ps ,ly was ntlat Itl tile re-m or e5,lalpiee 1.t rut
car fractions atid decimals worked upon their
T SE c(ITAT.HITTr (IOra') crlIOl.,
Pecently removeel from the corner of Crap- and
EiPJlan Field. street' to a three-story bu lding in
Architects' Row, corner of Port and Casacalvo
stite's. was the next we vi-ited, reaching it by a
walk of trn or twelve squares, through streets
lined by neat little cot'ages or the sombre walls
of cottt, n presses, inside of which all appeared
still as the grave. En'ering the hall, we peeped
into at the first door, and were welcomed by Mine
wa ilnt y, wh, hias charge of the primary depart
wnt-t, and who invited una to question the boys.
who sat ar: uud in trcmbling anticipation of the
hard words to spell, which we, the intruder, might
;iropt.se for tliem. There was an evident relief
an-cng the urchins when our modest reporter ex
prta-ed a prefrer- to listening ,only. So the
tcla'8 went at it far a p' 11. a,,d ::!, waly the hard
words went do n h' tre the it adranr:ng cohorts
wa a catrtl n to ilay ti beginners. A little cropped.
haired clap, Jae M'Mann. a head smaller than
asy if his ec mr.des, struck us as par'icnlarly
Strtu:ng and brigha. In th.i departmuent Master
Jamsuta l.tinited niame heads the roll of honor.
In the principals, Miss Murphy's room, no
istars, we saw the tirst class in arithmetic work
out sonic d flcnlt examp', s In partial payments,
and heard :riohi Master John Clark a composiion
ui n The enefrtits of Early Knowledge," and
by Master F. lihlden a recrtatiun entitled. " fElu
cation.'" he plugraaimeof puolic exercises was
Raita ....... . Franklin RSeden.
Reclitaonas-- aa- are of , is is Peterson.
Ld-,,l a .. ... ..F. Beldet
Lerat t'e A O,,rdon.
i'n"re., tLon--it, h :e M o, t ey ..1"' wFahev
lirtal - tpard p,'.t s. , - L st.i'..
i,,cp`dm,:l pp.rl hnow.inat y t .'t dtiyt t t.
tL, 'ittiet - t c,, ool ,our irlo lit, iper
liih.tu--I'urau t I;n LhLe a . ii MrO. B.. .e r e
Ilhc following is ti. r psi of 1intr in Mtss Mur
I!'ys dcpartnMntv., i,: M atera FTirak.in Be!t,ss
J.cutiph. ttchMra .d. Ilsn (: srl. lPeter Sott,
;ittrge I.r.g, Chlleey Maroney.Fr..cis Fahey,
I- rancid Shepperd, perfect dtparttiient, Gussie
'oteirei n, JcLi Htrtic~t. 'ihrere are f mr hunired
and tIlle pupils nlow in atti ditlate ,laly at the
t.,.httets bchool, and four hudred and noinety.
eiglhr on thae a nnan rog:ster. Tiey are udsr
itunttol of the fvlo wiong corps of instructretss:
Mit,, M. A%. Murphy, oriocial; ,ritanta,, Mi-a
eILe, lytrs. Bweeoey and l>.r:-s.
()n the ,cTrer if ('ltar'i O ll E' iPs',r':,; streets,
was tur next sttopput s!1e. Tie building is a
la Ote - ne, two ctcri'i'i li hrcui:t. a:,d . is a plenty
of yard room alouit i:. fIl.re at. 4 i, boys and
girls ndner ttiiion here, dic: ted as fitlltwis among
tie delerent tIter., v : c t.a N.-rs icilytrove.
': M M·i rIa I-;. oI)i. I,:'; MI - llora \VWil
tins, Ill: Mt ' Tida tWil:amts, 10;. The prinel
psi incidents o our visit were litening to reading
by the that cladr of boys, and the inspection of
their copy hb, 1;, in which were smie adrdtrsble
'-net iT'. .s of p(rtaran- p. T'he c:tite of Iss
.Nra Kilgiove, t- e pr,:ipal, a o luder per:ect
d -phrIe. tIip of the bitll v.'i.i: th ir reeits
t in ;v ,ver anrlt ifi. y:i e to te ritht like a sq lad
of ld(.ers. attiher ti a"i lf tit-e go to their
crit-. .) IIi,, .! i"' tot in aily cittnscc iu'
ri briodys ,vl'tg st,,t t'i : In. .\'terwe
hli l hte'et to t-' de r,,lio t by I. e/ar. - TI)wm .
Sturi i i il, rt i trator, p ,ti.. i:ntbed "Lines
ft n ai i xlhi t ', we ,* tar'.. , c..rr, .tIR plea4.
•it netlt;lrs tir a 'oe t t.ke a-I lemnade. anl.
wLat wa, mL,,re th' a'.li, a I ruE: atit beasot'lil
i : <t.t t tc id w i tio tnit.ne it lrmeoo.-r.
-i - ti-lrove. wh n s orne of the ti. ',rrs trans
tcrred by the bilur' . :, the Board i, b:hool it
rct'rcs hias e1 i t . "ted fir :Ise ." ire tia-, .
S - rt- irnn if c ,tu Clchir.n, aol etilen:ly
ai s no i.-i -co-s.
T:'E s II. i R. ;n y-" ii troo ,'
n HBeateale o treet. between Morales and
i;t u< .' .ren tr.e.iJ, has alou: tive hunrdred pu.
Ii', tan, locat. Inla thLe billding. The teach
.;. nire M3r. A. Itrttison, prncipal: Mr. Chas.
i.c:,'l r, lrot assistant; Miss I:. Butler, first as
sl-'ant: It a A. ( oil, se(Coid aslstant; MIs.s A.
I, gtulni.s. tei,tod as,,tltat : Miss 1. A. Brady,
t.hrd asslFitant: I!-s. M. Forwood, third assistant:
Mrs. A. Valme. tU:d avwastant; Mis E. J. McCaf
lery, third ar.-ttant: Mih, Annie Coyne, third
asslstant. Among other noteworthy evtdence; of
the pupils' proficiency was a tie map drawn by
Master H asler Brown, hiteen years of age. some
excellent penmanship was a:ao displayed. A
r.limber of visitors were it attendance.
Tle seene presented at the DeSoto tgirls')
School. on Mandevilie street, between Love and
Goodchildren streets, was troly beautiful tI be
hold. Over six hnndred chldred, dressed in their
gals day coatnmes, were present, and together
wirh their pareasne and adaUrag trenlds, crowded
every took and corner of the spasiols r.iom,
whi h had been thrown open for the exercises, to
which the palm of profoenkoy fell ipn Mi-ses
Maryv O'Brien. Mary Jane Palmer, Marie Baye
and Katie Toole. The recitations whioh followed
evitucid that bM's Ida Doerfiter. the stap danLk er
of our courteoius confride Mr. Poert.tr,of the
Gleman Press, possessed eminent qealiue sin a
reader and comedienne. Miases Annie Long and
Ida Desie shared the honors of the day with her,
as well as did Missee Jennie lta'ris.
five years old, and Irene GaOhen, six rear.
old, to a'dialogue entitled " Rat or MNine,"
in a hich they wre exceedingly comical and as
tonished everybody present oy ttei: precocity.
T he I)eSoto Scboql, called the " Gem of the Third
I ietrict," is probably the largest below Casal
a reet, numbering in winter no less than eitnt
huidred pupils. necessitating the employment of
n', leeethan twelve teachers. Until reeently'this
school has been under t e principalship o' tisr
I. M. Chevallic. temporarily engaged elsewbhre,
hut whose solicitude for her whilm pupils found
her at her old psat, to their great delight. Mrs
iigina IDucatel, who, iike the lady mentioned
above is one of most talented and energetic
teachers now leads the corps of teachers, and it
weas she who rece red us and made our stay at thi
D eSoto school a phi sant event, w itch we will ever
r. menmb r. The ovher teachers of the school are
Mrs. A. Bell. Misses L. Pichot, P. Marshall. M.
4 intonl, E. I..villoux E. Cirelon A. Moureau, C.
KErineoy Il. Fi'zgersld and M1. G(;llagher. Muia
Fi z¥ir.ld diset see our especial mention for her
re-vrit appisded to the ro I of honor of her clasn,
in ai it h hli Iefers to its comll,'lllt n. We cannot
c -e wV hunit nitncing the addr',-R to the c olnug
si ,hla-tic year, compose,,l and read by Mlis
I.OUlitiLaa ',weer. daughtler of our fiend LIuis
Power. It was as beautiful and eff ctive as it
was concise and to the point. Theexerciesswere
ii, ere e·r-ed with nluwc arnd sinKging under the
Iaiurehlip of lixu \Vivianna In jossa, one of
lrotiaistin's noblest dauthters, wh.se ener
pies the folrtunes of war ihav' not shaken, and
hI, now rsorltato her accomiliishmentsi-for she
I eesses-e oLe of the most cul'ivated minds that
it has ever been our good luck to meet -to over
,i nee tte vicis~itudes of life. Miss In,'j lsa had
ci ter:oely volunteered her services for several
onal s Ic ass:- in rei'lering tlil o-,i-ll ,n a brilliant
euneesi. We can as-irt that her kindntes, not t)
ri lion Ier talent as a lureic teacher and her
oil er sacqilrenIei'ts, will serve t, inure her u say
,pup ;s. ' he programme heing exhausted a select
ar ly repaired to an adjoining ro mit and partok
of a onsity lurchi. wasted by txscl-lern punch aid
t (iilly exct llent wine, and the wtole closed with
Levuotiots at the shrine of Terpsachore.
THI BKAnKEOARD CtHOtI0.
Pending the exercises at the De Soto School, we
sai,,itd down to the cor.er of Iplanade and
I:n.part street, and entered the Beauregard
irla' sahool, from a committee of the pretty
pupils of which we had received a letter of ten
cer reproaches for having tailed to visit them on
a ptevious occsioin, and were cordially received
by the principal, Mrs. S. Blancq, one of the old
est and most accomplished teal-ters in the Public
Schiols. who intrduced us to her fair and able
first stiaittaLt, Mi-s R. h. Woidlly, who con
dutcttd the recitations, which were glog on at
the time we arrived. Mies Mary Wessel read a
list of facetious de tinitions from which we qi ite
the following,: " M- ney"--The material for mak
tig a man and the delight of a wife: "'chouol"
1'ltlertiary for innocentchildren ; lluasand"
An indiv:dual commonly used to pay the bil's and
p ly the master. T'his young lady and Miases
Ji ha Joy and Mlry Millard displayed
marked thility in recitation. In the exercises
Misses Noiiui lerellier, An'onia Sam-un, Anna
Hu( kholtz. Mallet, Schwartz, Athalie Spear and
%.I a balvant ranked among the first on the roll
tit honor. The building, which is hardly suitah!e
for a school, however pleasant it may have been
as a residence, contains daily 2t0 pupils. and
the school is one of the best conducted in the
cily. As at other schools. moie and songs en
l;vened the exercises. and the exhibition rooms
were tastefully decorated with flowers and gre-s
wreaths. Our thanks are due to Misses Nolmi
l.eTellier and Antonia Simon for bounteous gifts
of bouquets. Miss C. liejean need feel no appre
hension that we will forget her reei'ation of
"'Ihe Schumsnite," one of the reaty fine efforts
if tlie series nt Persmni atnnas i. hi-,..s.... ,
credit upon the your-g misn, whle soul seemied to
be eutirely abandoned to her heatriild subject.
I IE JACEiSON IltL.i' iImihOL.
Apropos of the exercises of this school, we
trve received the following interesting descrap.
tion from a valued contributor:
Nxw Oai.cav, .l ne 24, 188.
1" ar Crescr"nl-You were not there, nor were
aty of your co-laborers in the arduous dat;es of
it.tunrnig everyone of everything that happens.
l;lorters, however, I suppose, are like common
pe- ple, in not being able to be at more than one
ilaiu at ihe tllhe. When I say that you were not
,) e, i refer to to the Jackson (irls' School, on the
ti e'siou of the ir unique and select eutertainmest
gvtn to-day in the way of dialogues, original
ci IrpositioLa, etc. Passing by the cchool acti
dentally I was informed by a "guardian of the
public peace" that "something was going on,"
and I dropped in. I found a large audience and
was rather abashed when 1 discovered that
I was the only male in the room.
I ia kwsrdly tooik ily seat as near
the door as possible, and was annoyed, as bashful
yiuing mn get erally Pro, by r ihklh glances
tr,m tote many pretty school girls there assem
bled. No lanauage eari describe my feelings
when the inimitable little Miss Shields. (a dalgh
ter of one of the directors.) in her oharacter of
Aunt ]'tabody, pointed to the waiter as "that
teller." The rendition of Poe's " Raves " by
the same Ihttle lady was exquisite. The par
ticularly good pieces were:
iiloiui -- .' ariosity.
Iu..oauei-gBesay ,of Poetry.
ii i fti aiui n- Lt h k V ir.:taii r.... .. ..........Mis a nde.
rcitluorin--The Toir st........ .. omi Jack..
All is ,oto i,,l l that ( r ter, i.iltn l To Min- 1re61
cetiti l--Ber,l itl de d'arl .o . y.. i...i Pl. sIr
lie. iiitti n- t, Watrlo ........ .... c mi. ' arn
HeMislhto,--to w eiin-rru- a.... . ...s sil Msuselab'os.
it' ttsn-Seorte arei .Ii. ...........Mist Pebe.
IT fact all the exercises were very good, but
vt-nr teorrctpondent not having been furnished
withls the correct "bill of fare" isr uable to make
nu iltiton of all the participants. Too much praise
cannot be besnwed upon the principal. Mrs.
Bartlett, or her able and accomplished assistant,
Mise AulIstiu, to whose arduouiis, l, ll paid labors.
it is due lot the care and attention they have be
itowed upon their pupils. noc.
The exercises of the primary and grammar
schools of the First and Fourth Districts will take
place to-day, commencing at i) tA. .
The tannual exhlbi:ion if the ('entral High
"chool takes place at Lyceum thall, at i o'cloa
- 1- .41,----+ ..
AN ANnhl is. CiLtua.--A contetuorary, says
the Motliie Itiouine, who haa lieub coo been
,rt-atly liored. as we haer bean ourselb-ia by I 'ie
raitie toitig, aliico, lu ic e"e tri-- Li, tt;s cuatom
ei eons iavrse ci stupplllg il-nun 0i the street. to
-,u-ni they have noniung whatever to communi
cate, tiut whom they emi-atr.it.i, Im- U0 other ptir
litise than aiupiy t show their £'nfiiendatiJ, and
nstalices the lolowwing : Brown meets his flrind
Jones, whom he had met in nearly the same
locality an hour or two, perhaps a few rnilutes,
Lelore. Durn, g that interval t is highi) proba
tite that no e eot of any importan:e to Jones, nor
indeed to Brown, whi-h by a f:rin:l!y construe
tion Brown coiuld iiaig!ie Jines to be interested
in, has occurred, or is likely to occur. Yet
hboth genthilien t iu a-rl' smike ha'ds hearti'y.
" Well, ow croes a:' rei-trls J'.--a, with a
vague hope that somethinu I .s happened. " So,
ci,' riplies the e-iqnent Brwn, feesing irtui
tively the deep vacliti ot lii fri·end answering to
hi iwn. A panse : ,-:,s. diing which each
repards the oirer with an Imb--:!e smile and fer
i nt prt-s-ure ot to e ht t . JI,-es drr-w a long
hra:th. anil Ihoks duown thie street. Brown aigha
hravily. and gazes uip the etreit. Another pasne,
Jlr ng wahi'th eh prot!et:ainn di lnsage their
re-pucive 1~rI;Cs, anr;d :4!- e a: . ;sly around
Ir ci *.( i t r h. l -,nil aisi !Lii o e--ir t ,. Finally,
.lnes ,with a v' I' -n a ,'tr-'-l n rf hivlng fr
i< tten an important enu~-:urnent, ejaculates:
SV ell, I rrtit hr e v-i' - i r-'.mrk ins'antly
echoed hiy tli vi-taile Hrrkrn- 'i - - .e-'e gentle
uron reparate no!y to repeat th.eir maiserable
Ifrr-cla the next day.
In the above exaiiple wt -u-ce 'onlppsell.
atr'y Phorterd] ti.e usual 'v-re t.k-u_, whitCh, in
-I i';1nal harcd. rcy I-e pro:rc' ..u h a length
tat the 1are rilati-n w'r,'rl mike u shedder.
We :st say in behalf v-f tow of eoar kind
hiartcu cit.z ns, wl.o :.r' partI:pants in these
strccicons trarati,'ns, .hi'. thby linger with the
hr;- of saying iomething natural to their Menad,
'eelirg that they are groping in the mazy laby
rttths of their ninda for a like expreesion,) until
they feel that they ought to be separated by a
policeman. It is astonidhing how fatr the most
wret.hed jike will go on these occasion., and. an
it were. detach the eohedrI , particles. Doubt
lees every one of our readers huas laughed (albeit
hysterically) at soie wIttIcism, under eower of
whbkh they have esenped, that five minute. after
ards they could not perceive posserserd a grain