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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVIII. TUESDAY MORNING., OCTOBER 27, 1868. NUMBER St.
If "O_ MI.
Females, ow lag to the peouotlr and important relations
rhirbh they sustain, their pe lilr orgaelsatlon, and the ofices
theb per'orm, are subject to asy saferiags. Freedom from
these contribute Lt soe mii degree to their hap ciess and
relfare, for cone can be lsp who are I1. Not only so, but
no ae of these various seaols Complaintec long be suffered
tor a on withou lnvolving tets general health of thelndivid
t1u, end ere long prodac' tl
FERMANENT S'CKN 5$S ND PREMATURE OLC.INE.
For Is it pleasant to rnr i-lt a phyviciaa for the reVf of
these various delicate sf',, ons, and only unow the mast
Orgrnt nereelity will a triot r'ma so far saecifre her grest
uet charna as to do this Il !o sex will then tLhank as f.
laclog In their l.ads * a penclOe, which will be tuund
ceceaci a, in re:leving so ;ring !most every ies of those
teonbles me complaints pr tar to the sex.
HELMBOLD'S EKY RAC(T OF BUCHU.
Nundreds suffer on in of- e, and hnndred of of ohers apply
vainly to duggilsts and dcrtrs, who eithr irerely tantalse
them will, the hof e of so r ror app'y .e-re tea which make
bthem worse I would not , sh to asesrt anything that would
do lIjustice to the aflticie I. bht I am obliged to say that
Ilthounb it may be Frdlu - from excessive exheastian ofthe
powers ofli e, by laborious ervploymslt, unwholesome air and
fti, Irflose menstration, the use of tea and coffee, and
frequent childbirth, is ftar oftener caused by direct irritation,
applied to the mnoos memb-ianeof the vagina Itself
When reviewing the enaus of these distressing complalts.
Itis most painful to e~nteiplate the attendant evils cnue
entol upon them. It is Lu' simple jastic o the subject to
esumerese a few of the nany additional causes which so
largely anect the
LIFE. IIEAL'Ii AND IHAPPINIESS OF WOMAN
In all crlases of rr-lety, and whicl, consoquently, a~ct more
orlena directly the welfare of the entire hnman famnily. The
mania that exists fr prerclons eduction and marriage,
causes the years that nature designed for corporeal develop
mnent to l. wasted and perverted in the restraints of dress
the early confinenent of erhool, and especially In the un
healthy excitement of the ball room. Thbs, with the body
haif clothed and the smid anduy excited by pleasure, per
werting in rridnight revel la.e hours designed by nature fr
leep and reot, the wrik of destruction is hali acc, mplied.
In censegqence of this early strain upon her system, an
leesesary effort is re,.unired by the delicate votary to retain
trer situation in stho-l at a later day, thus aggravating the
evlL. When oneezritement Is ever, another in prospective
Lkops the mind morbidly 'enattive to impression, while the
Dow constant restra;nt of fshionat'e drum, absolutely far
bidding the exereise ndispeesable to the attlsment and re
tention of organie health and stresgth, the exposure to ni-ht
r, the dechefte the si'de change cl tperatre, the complete prostra
tlon produced by excessire d rnefng, most, of aeces ity, p-o
duae the!r legitimate effect. At last as early marriage claps
the.clitax of mlsery, and the unfortunateome, hitherto so
atterly regardless of the plain dictates and remrnstrances of
her delicate nature, lecomes an unwi ling suaoet of n.ediual
treaknnmt. T'is is hut a truthful pictate of the experience of
thousandef of ur young womr
Long beflre the hability to zerclse the funolons of the ren
raUtive organs th*y reqoren an edrcatic of thetr peruliar
Servons system compre oif what Is called the tissue, which
Is, In common with the female blreat and lips, evidently
under the control of menial emotions and aseocalstons at an
1erly po, id of Ih'e; and, s we shall subLequettly see, these
emotions when ex ire e bre Ic id. ic bef r ,elry. tot oi.A,l
which sp tihe very life of Ii ir victims ere ature Lae sef
Oompleted their development.
FOR FEMALE WEAKNESS AND D2ruLITY,
WBITES OR LEUCONRIH(A,
TOO PAOFUSE MENSTRUATION,
'1(TOO1 LONG CONTINUED PERIODS,
VOR PROLAPSLS AND BEARING DOWN,
OR IROLAPSUS UTERI,
WE OFFER THE MOST PERFECT SPECIFIC KNOW:
Helmbold's Compound Extract of Buohn.
I Directions for Use, Diet and Adviee a:c,mpany.
FEMALES IN EVERY PERIOD OF LIFE,
Froam Inifaey to extreme ol age, will tnd' a remedy to aid
asture in the duroreIrge of its fantltc 's.
,"1REElGH II THE OLORY OF MANHOOD AND
Ei.MHtoLDS' EXTIRACT LUCIHl
Lbt VOItE iTLELGTlIEININ TItAN ANY OF TIlE
IRLI'ARAIIOiS OF BARK OR IRON,
uniit Iely sltior nsd More Ileauacnt.
UtELMOl.D'U XTIRACT R C'n.,
Ilavtng recerved trhe Indrsn nt of the most prominent prly
eltans In the Lotted t'tatee, s now offered to ar:li td br
maulity us a t( RTAIN CI[RE for the followilg dioeares ad
sympt me. frcm whatever cause ortiintuing.
Msatl and Physical Depmre i in.
I u" c .'-i,
Deer.: n . n o l:ood to t a Head.
t cirhe ..ea net end it , ple ne O s a t Ny.t, t
* bace r u: r asner Ehlthlery,ota h u
Loeb ,, Appsette,
Disorganlration or Paralys.* *! the Ovhir.s of Geration,
_elpltation of the IHert, St;4, in fct, al the r" a,, Im lants of h
a [ervous and Detittetod date of the ss.-tern
TO IMU3RE THE (1Esl~l E, C, T T IllS OCT. Ask
t-r HILUEOLD'& TaKE NO OTHER
eold by Drggle and Istera erey where. Pc I$I hi
per bottle or sl bottle for h6 iL. Delivered t any address.
Doscrlbe uKptems l ail commanicationu Adirase
iiH. T. HELMBOLD, t
DaUG AND CIRMICAL WAREHOUSE,
~. Uredway. New Y'or. D
?oue ace gemue nless deo up In stesl-egraved wrap
per, wlth i(aedmoleo f my Cemioed WaobuII * td sioed Is
3. T. BZLMDoLD.
TIE OREBOEN'r8 DIBPATUH ;f
SW.snrcr;Tow, Oct. 26.-McCulloch and Rollins
had another interview regarding suparvfaora, with
Seaward and Thornton both think the Alabama
claims will soon be setled.
Mr. Laird, supervisor of internal revenne for
Virginia and West Virginia, left this moruing to
investigate revenue matters in his district.
Approximations to uflicial majorities Indiana
1620: Ohio 17.460.
lternal revenue receipts to-day $ 20,000.
WEST VIRGINIA ELECIION.
WIIFLI.NO, Oct. 26.-The Inteiligtener (Rep.)
claims te whole State ticket by 3Woo majority.
the Legislature and, beyond a doubt, the first and
st Ccml congressional districts.
'lte Iegister iDem.) says tolerably comolete
returns from eighteen oounties out of fifty-three
show net Democratic gains of 2500. The sa-ne
ratio of gain throughout the State, which ratio
ur.oualtedly exists wul give us West Virginta by
a handsome majority.
I r4vAWA, Oct. 26.-lereundi has received satis
factory news frtnm btauzanilla; 200 inuarrectiou.
?,l! surrrer.dred. A deta-hment sent against the
irsnrgents at Tunas met with success In a battle
f',,ught on the ontikirts of the town. The insur
rc cttionits were dispersed: the troops cautured
the flfit and all the correspondenoe of the rebels.
l Ibe's are sacking and robbing plantations.
RIetLforcements Pe'it from Havana had not yet
arrived on tie scene. It is reported that negroes
with the insnrrectifnists have under them white
servants whom they compel to address them as
masters. The telegraph lines have been cot
twelve times within ten days. The insurrection is
I Mticred to a small district ; the reel of the Island
All the available tro-ps In and around Havana
hate ben srnt agarnst the insurgents. The cap
tawl gutiraai pilace is guarded by volunteers.
i.see of Steamers betwe* Italy and the
|'anled ttate--The New Yevrmertt I
a pain Receaanzed-Minister Waslhburae at
]fLOREhCE, Oct. 2t;-A line of steamers be
tween some port in Italy and the United i,;ea
i- pr- jected, to accommodate the increasing Iroa0
VlAc. Oct. 24.--Latest Rio Janeiro aivices
stale that Federal erl iister Waslburne bld arrived :il
ait lon:tevaideo. lie prot.tteed against the viola
totn fI the American legation at Ascension, forty
persiL~ protet eJ by the american flag having
been eized there.
Lo, N, Oct. 26.-England. France. Prussia,
Italy andl Portugal have recoguized the prove
siali g',vernmeint of Spain.
IARON HlE PAaU
Fo~ trwlr PaPe, Oct. 2?6-Noor.-Barome er
:V. ti trd east ncrrs e it and strong. Atriie t:
steamship Victor, (;tes, from New Y.,rk, to i;.
A. I-c~ick & Co.: brig M. W. Norwood Wash
burn Camden, ice to order. Sailed: Steamship
l's-A 1. 'OrTREv., Oct. ?';.-A-rived--Sh:p el. t
roc. -Nicits, N. Y., to Zersga C(o., and ship
Nur quair Dromio, Coasins, New York, to Zerega
Vici'tnoct, Oct. 26.-Passed up-Bart Able I
and P. Strader, at 1, anud Vicksburg at 6 r. M. b
:.. Lo i.. Oct. 24.-River faltint, with three
end ^ h ll feet of wa cr in the caoal. Weather h
cHear a id warm.
i,'< TP!k -T PAIS, Oot. 2.,-, P. M.-Biro,"eter 11
u'. Wind east aud trein. Arrived : Btir 110
retie, St hulkin. Baronie:, r 17. Passengers to
~likehstadt & Co. S :huoner Etna. Goodspeed.
ssein days from lRaian, with fruit to Jo-,-ph ih
itiard'e. Sailed: Stiaps Africa and Lady Bless- a
i ;ttrii ti
Ao Lore Ear.qEuake LShoeks--vetes to
c t FHiscio. Oct. 2;. - No earthquake I
1roie c sirce yeaL y morning.
Ni ~ Yo lt, O5I.--Notice is given that the
spar ibuoy, which marked Craven's shoal, New
YIk bay, is adrift.
Loi r.sr, Oct. 2--Noon.-Consols :,). Banda
I iA) A e T, Oct. 26. Bonds excited; large h'
bunsizies done at higher prices, 7ii"c;7 .
Lis enPOOLn, Oct. 21, --oon. - Cottou buoyant l
aid higher-middling uplands 10tfilld., middling
Orleans l;6i.ll4d.; sales 20,000 bales.
I.AoiON, Oct. 2G-Alternoon.-- nds quiet. C
IraT.sPOrOL, Oct. 26i. - Afternoon.--otton firm : a
uplands lid , Orleans Ild. Corn 34. Tallow 32. a
11 aas, Oct. 26.-Cotton, tree ordinaire, on the "
CF .t 1 40; low middling all at 1 27.
I Ct ?lotL, Octh. 2*i-Evernug.-Midlliag no
ia'it- ltd.. in d!lng Orleatns 11 i1., middling Or
l-oas asllat 104,.
I, i? .()( Ot. 2,;--:vetng.--Co sole ,4. BonJs
1? tBogar 36a : af1,,at i. Ia.
FI:A, oOeor, Oct. 2,.--Bonds easier, 7-j.
Naw loH(.Oct. 2b.--Money tOatinues in de
nerd sd r slrllgent at 7 pter scnt.: discounts for *
tint tamen 12. Gild 15:j,'7131l . Mterling ad- pr
vantced to, IcK;. -to ton a shade firmer. Salese
U-ltt bales. Mtldring uplands 2ij-. FIir -so- 1as
lerlini- $i. 1:(t; 1;5 extra $6 t857 10); choice ot
*7 Il 47 :0; faucy $7 405@ i . Wheat heavy at 2
no-i'L decline. Corn, mixed Western $1 15. an
lto:k $27 27j. Lard, kettle, firstname.lastname@example.org-. Rice dis
qg.tl : I arolita !fe.(Jc. Other groceries firm. hrl
Freigts firm. 'ie. odcotton. ter
New Yos. ()ict. 2. Money in deman· at 7 per 2 1
ctnt. lxt'hsnu~l .I*, (. ,ld l i. i. 3-20l . f '62. I
1; Flour ili, l.c. lower. Hneat heavy and pri
,. c. Il)er. I ru Iutch, anged. Pork dull. at no,
I2 .227 .21. iard l.avy-stsaru 16 lL74. me
ti tit t iritit,; njidLuir- ut, ,aUe 2 . . I u~s
'tw liilhie 2, , 'lsol u112: of,:l n n,
I11 ,. new Ill ;of ,,Tilt,; tf 1' , l.- ;1 4 tU.ie I beI
It -ttcks uicstlttJ, but a aLade better at the e
Stclitl, (Oct. 2, -Cotton firm. Sales 1700 70s
bates Mtddling 2.;i. l-ceiptt 177d bales. e
IT. iLt is. Octt. 3. --'iur lull-asuperflte $ (~ ai
, I thie flat ,,rn $18 1 0h. Oats 49.h:.,.
I'irk $31. :ulk clear -ties ijic. Bacon shoulders
Ili cl1 c., r'b s-d- 1 " , clear si-les 17 '., hams in
- , ,it lIi . 1ard I cl -. W. il ky $1 1'. t
S ' ATI i. -tt. 'ci, 'l r dull end nominal. p
Co"ton tirui 21:. \t, l~,a 1 12. 8:oCk of Pork
exhausted. L.ard I. a-,'on shonud,.rs l .:ic( r
-'i- clear t-ldi- 17'17si. Botter 34¢g.l). Eggs da)
r - q-c. l;roc(ries ra tedy.
i, It -vtii... (lit 2,.--~tites an receipts of e
l)acco light; prtc,, firm : Irgf ;2 .0; melium sun
I-. fl-t:(tcll: tit:ng li-af $1. 7 @23. WLeat at
tI ,,l3;2 Superfine florlr $6@ra; 51. Corn-Old J
,.,*,:-..; new crop ,it,,00o. Hye 11 4 i. Oats pr
SIi;Sc. Potstes $2 30 iacked. Mess pork it
• 1. Lard 1,'l.1-c. Bican-Shoun'dera l~c.: bat
lear rib sides 13}c.; clear srides 17kc. ,\hisay,
aw free $1 15. of
A farmer living a few miles from Yolo, California, the
recenly had occasion to visit 8an Francisco. On 1
is departure he left his ranch in charge of his tin
rife, who generally looked after the interesta of
ter husband during his absence. Shortly after d
etig left alone she learned that omeu parties a
eare llaking preparations to "jump" an adjoin- iCi
rg quarter section claimed by her huabamd, but stel
shicb had not been improved as the law directs C
St emptors to do in order to hold real estate. rivi
hlie energetic woman rose early in the morning. des
lan'ed lumber thedietence of a mile, blata hoMuse Qui
n the disputed territory, moved her furniture Into .
nrle ew house, ad took up her abode in it (Iall in
e day.·) and held the claim in triumph until the wd
ittrn of her unsuspecting partner. bt
Ipon the occasion of the marriage of Misa Grace wit
haw, the daughter of " Josh Billinga," to Mr. riv
c.t, her father wrote to an editor about it in the Ac
ollowmg pathetic strain: "My Dear -, they limn
iave taken the last bird out of my maet, and there wbh
a hothing left for the old ones but to set on the feu
op limb and aing to the setting sn." try
THE CITY YesaRnDAY.-There WAs a omftn )n
calm Lhaning over the city yesterday. Men went
abont their daily duties walkieg hurriedly as they
passed, and looklag gloomily and inquirngly into
o each other's faces. It was very evident that the
news ftrom St. Bernard, following so close noon
the tragical events of Saturday evening, hal only
a increased tenfold the feeling of insecurity and the
feeling of desperation which within the past two
)' years, under the varied phases of military ant a
to quasi civil rule, have seemed to he slowly but
surely growing and fastening themselves upon the
s bheart-trting of the community.
Men might be seen here ant there carrying fire
arms upon their shoulders. It is impossible to
nake sa~ etlimate of the number of small arms,
r fles acd muskets so'd by dealers durtlg the day.
'The almost inevitable cestainty of a necessity for
these seems to have put them into the bhands of
ninany who probably never thought of handling a
weapon before in their lives. And yet, spite of
d all thie, the city was quiet enough. Up to 3 o'clock
r. t. thLre bad been but two arrests recorded
e at the central station, one for assault and battery,
'e tie other for d, ikennesa. But in spite of this
e calm, say observant person could see a deep,dark
o undercurrent of the intenseat excitement; the
y deeper and darker, as a river flowing through a
subterranean cavern, for its very suppresefon.
TowqrsJt gaW LP m..were t e seen mi the
city. A detad1 falantry oncupi,.d ntvlt
Circle for a shbort time, and then marched down
St. Charles to Poydras. where they turned and
mored toward the rear of the city. About t'ie
same time a company of cavalry passed djwau
e (',np street toward C'anal. Two comparnes of
e iantry were also stationed at the Cust ,m H 'use.
Lhus nlattera went on quietly until to frout of
d the City lall, at 9i o'clock, were assembled a vast
. concorse of citizens. I'e reason for this gath
. elng can only be found in the fact that In the
,t afternoon a rumor had started, which gained
a greurd every minute, that the mayor, Ignoring
e the metropolitan police, had appointed a chief
a .d his 1 u'enants, and that the final orgRnization
t would take place on Lafayette Square about the t
hour above n:entioned.
At that time we repaired to the square and
fot.nd the Camp street aide entirely destitute of
people; but on the St. Charles street portion
th.ere was a large and rapidly increpsing crowd.
The concourse filled the street completely, pack
ing it closely and becoming denser every moment,
until, whai the speaking commenced, the cars f
sere tbtilged to halt at its lower end anu there
wait. Everylody seemed to be expecting some
thing-no one knew what-and the expecttion I
was the greater from its very indefiniteness. At
length, a' out 'd o'clock, several squads of patrol
u-en lav-ig meanti-ue arrived and halted in line, t
.etn. t'te~d:.au appeared on the broad setne
bali ony ot the City Hall, nearest Lafayette
sa r et lite babel of voices was at once stilled,
while the general spoke substantially as follows:
lie ,ryea them to go home quietly and pe ices
bly, t.at as a mrember of the Democratic party, t
Sas ue of tlem. he ,wished to saysa few wo de.
He had been informed that the g vernor hI I prea
lposed to turn ovet the whole mrUlhinery of S ate a
goverruent to Gen. I ',u-seau. and as he had de- t
ciined it, to the )emnccratic pariy. But neither a
(;en. Ilru'seau nor the Democratic party were t
r, onaiblle fr the p'esent dia:urta :esa-they t
I ad d ,e n, hing to'cause them; they had been a
tronght oiiut oy the an'ti ,n of the men nw in a
Iower, wto, laring raised the wind, u ,w
ittr d tlemselses unable to control te t
whirlaind tt.ey had can sed, and would
Smake oil era bshn'der the re-ponsibility and onus
of deeds theimselves had c sused. But, '
i( itIer litusean nor the Democracy wou'd con
o, Lt to tih ; let the carpet-hsggers paddle their
oan canoe. (I nuer.se (Leering.) If these men
are in earnest in their protestations of peace, let n
them Frreoaer their snuthority where its belongse- ri
to the 1, 't of Louisiana. " As a [1)'mocrat as n
a peace and order manI, as a law abiding min. I b
a.k every n.an to g, to his home; and for the t
s.ke of yourselves. fr the sake of your wives
and :t'le chi'dren, for the sake of your State, for
the sake ot our brethren at the North who for q
tus are fighting the battle of conatitutiinal liberty. a
1 urge ion to go quietly and peacably to your
home.'" The general then told them how our
prodi teC at the Nci'thl are improving, aen wun;-l
op. as t.e had it-gun, by telinog the men before tig
hLrn to go bone.
Mr. ( tinay, nma)or of the city. then appeared tl
in teun. Stetdrman's place. He Indorsed all the w
Feretal had said. as d ao chit-f magistrate ol the
ti'y be hb cged all present to retire to their homes.
Gen. Hass spoke next. lie told the crowd that
if an emerge ocy had arrived which required
action Le should have been amongst them, bat
ti-st su ch an emergedny was not yet at hand. He it
had conversed with the c tef of police, Mr. Wii. it
',,ason, w ho had assured him that there was not e:
a negro then on duty in the cty, and that every m
r egio's nanme had been stricken from the rolls of s5
t pcl: e' and would be so ustil the disturbauc' e
were over. He a so abjureu the people to dia
p rse. w
l td cries were then given fur " Ogden !' t
" (lgd ." and in repporse thereto Hlon. i N. Mi
(ipen tl en came forward. lie asked every man it
to listen to the advice given by the mayor, to hIs. it
Iperse at once, to show that love for their wives' w
snd ( tlidren which had caused their assemb.age P
by at once breaking it up. cl
Cul. T. L.. Maxwell, sheriff of the parish, then m
told the crowd that when he wanted depn:ies lo
t'ey right rely upon being called out, but that he at
needed none at present. it
This was the la t of the speaking. The crowd cl
il un broke un in little knots, each discussing the h'
evetnts of the day, gradually thint.ing down until i
only -one large group was left on the steps of the It
C.ty llail May or( onway in their midst. 'o them in U
a If w m:outes walked up a heutenant of Infantry
and said that he had orders to immediately dis. Pr
perse every assemblage of citizens. The mayor in
se-conded this order with a request to the men to p1
go btomr, which was complied with. The heuten- he
act stationed some of his men at the gate of the tic
stare to reveri t any cone from going into it. A At
iui,:td which waited on the ground till the last ti
nllite marched lf and everyrhtng was as quiet en
s if!, fitteen tefore the place had not been tilled in
with a throng of men, assembled to hear what Br
measures.t ad been taken to relieve the city of its ch
present state of distraction. fot
ONE IrSTnaDR AND stGllT DE tT!ro were reported i
last wu ek, the nomber being a decrease of eighteen
for lthe number reported for the previous week:
?2 ied of gunshot wounds, I insane killed by ho
an,,ter. 1 accidentally run over, 2 drowned, 3 mi
died of spoplexy, 11 consumption, l dropsyof the
hra;o. 4 congesive fever. 3 pernicious, I intermit- u
tent. 2 brain, 1 I uerperal, 1 remittent, 1 typhoid, fee
2 Leasrt disease. 1 lockjaw, 2 old age, 5 pneumonia, sm
1 typhjid preumonia. 1 scrofula, 1 syphilis, 1 ta
premature birth. 1 stillborn. and the balance va
ritus ordinary diseases. GI were males, 44 fe- pr
mles, and 3 not stated. 7e were whites, 16 sin
iecks, II, mulattoes and I not staed. 57 were
under 10 years. 1 between 10 and 15, 5
between 15 sod 20, ' between 2o and itO, 12 the
letweeo 30 and 40, ii beltween 40 and 50, 4 be- cle
tween 5o and 60. 9 between f;0 and 70, 2 between t
70ard o, I between sI' and l0, and 2 whose ages un
Aere tot reported. 72 werenativesof the United we
States, II not stated, and 25 were foreigners. cts
A MAN .aMED HrcII KNN-Euov has been arrested
in 'he Third [LI-trict upon a charge of earrying a
conceei d weapon. The revolver found upon his the
person was subsequently identified as being ene ces
if th:cse stoltu trom the store cf Mr. Ztdyk, ail
corntr of Old Levee and St. Louis streets, a few to
I'. S. CouuMiu.tioNR WHARREN' COuRT.-aThe
ezamirlation ci the Terrebhr ne prisoners wAuS re
sumed at noon yesterday before the commissioner, nt
and was again continued over.
Josiah Fisk has made affidavit against eight
iprominent resident of St. Mary, charging them
with the ki!ling of Meessrs. 'Pope and Chase on th
baturday, the 17th Inst. nse
F;azs.-A fire, occasioned by the carelessness it c
of a servant, occurred early yesterday morning in la
the kitchen attached to Mr. Handers house on Lut
Magazine street, near Ninth, but was speedily ex.
tongu shed without aerious damage. A
An onsuccestful attempt was made early yester. Lis
day morring to set fire to the cigar factory of Mr. ece
Suarez, on Columbus street, Third Dlstriot, by vie:
means of combustibles placed under the kitchen wh
Ot .ftNDbRF.D AND FIIFTY YOE NIGRaATB ar
rived )esterday on the Bremen ship Ohristel,c
destined, we are informed, for St. Louis, Mo.,and cs
Quiocey, Ills . t
S8Ax CoLLYu, himself, is worthy of the price of wa
admission at the Academy. He Is a prisze fighter,
who has conquered in more than a dosen drawn 1
battles. Sam is now merely training, sad those pa
who wish to see a champion of the pugilistic ring, mo
without the brutal adjuncts of a flght; to tsee a th
rival of Hercules or Samson, need only go to the et
Academy. And thes the boundIng 8olhke, whose I r
limbs are supple and elatlic a roebuck's; o
whose movements are spontaneous, and whose cor
trm sad features are admirable in their symme- we
try. As to ZolUoy, he certainly is the est maitr;I'e pr
de buket that bha ever been lm this city. Hl is as
courtly and dignified as Lowas tnaatsore. C.donel
Bidwell gained a great prize when he won Z llosy
mn over to him ; would that we could see more of
eat hbm. At to Malvlea, Lew Rlobtrts, Bertha, Cherl
ley belli and the others, we shall speak of them when
to l aity politics don't call reportre from their desks
tto record quarrels and deeds of lisod.
-on TnH PEOPL or I1Nw ORLEANS are laborfn3
ly under fearful exeitcr-ent. We learn from Maj.
he Willian son, the chief of police, that yesterday he
wo informed the police boanr in emphatic terms that
a be wiold put no more segroes on the police. He
ant also told the reporter of the Ciz.csr'' that for the
he last Ibe righlte not a single c:lored watchman
has been detailed ,n duty.
re- This negro police business has been the priaci
to pal cause of dissetisfaction on the part of the peo
s, pie, for it is generally believed that many of these
7* nepioea are thieves and abe't ire of thieves. a:id
'or that the greater portion of the burglaries recently
of committed were either connived at or Instigated
i y eIlm. A better feeling will no doubt be en
of gendered by this action of Major Williamson. F
ed 1'HE FUINKRAL OF FiwARn EArAN, who accl- t
y, dental!y came to his death oin Raturday night, was
is very largely attended on Rinday afternoon, from t
rk the late residence of the deceased on Ddlord f
he street. Ihe Frank Blair Guards, of which Mr. t
a Eagan was an active member, acoompanied te f
remains to the place of interment In the Fire- t
1e man's huryirg ground togethe i with an escort a
,lp consistirg of delegatoons from the variotu fire a
n ct(mpanits and DImocratic clubs, and a large t
id number of ladies in carriages. The entire cere.
,e many was an impressive tribute to the respect in P
a sihich Mr. Eagan was held by his late comrades. a
of Te FAMor-s club of the Icnocents poraled t' e t
e. streets lat evening in full number,. and in their
of nniform and paraphernalia. rie etlrct was very
't imposiLi. Everything was quiet along their
h- line of m rch ttrough the becond and Third 1):s
iS tricts. In the First District, on Common street. d
the line halted for a while, and a pistol was tired
g accidentally. A rush was made towards the ft
at place wherce the sound proceeded, but every e
n bdy son became quiet, and the procession
e marched on. The row at the corner of l)elord
erd Philippa streets will be found.detalted tle
ihTn:a ARE now only one hundred and twenty a
right watchmen to guard the great city of New o
, 3MILITAyr.-Prevet Major John Cosac, captain,
'a first nfantry,. is assigned to temporary duty in t':is
.e city. to enable him to settle his accounts with the
enhbister ce dcpar'mbht. and will report to Brevet
n Pisior (;eteral A. Beckwith, chief commi-ssry,
t dei.artment of .ouisiana. di
1 I:revet Captain Luke O'Reilly. first leutenant o
St.rty-rinth infantry, is re.eve I from duy as a Ta
e Irr ter of the general court martial at Ship Island,
e sties f:
IF:. c- ,5, loaded down with " boys in l,!ue," tii
left the barracks abhout lalt-past 4 yesterday if- ra
t recon, fully armed and equipped, on their way th
t, the city.
J; no.e DErrtNi;. parish judge in Jefferson, has de
a appointed It bcrt L. Preston, E-q., attorney fr
the psri.h Mr. Preston is a )ourng man of fine in
r abilitles and excellent character. Hia father was
e the lier. I-uc T. 'restcn, for many years one of ce
the 'e dirtg lawyers at the b r of lorisiina, a-id hb
at one tin e a judge of the Supreme Court. The (
aIp: iintment gives general etlbisaction. th
WE ARE INORMEnt by ex'ellent anthurity that cl
the t(i.al number of regsatered voters in the
parish of ht. Martin is 1i;15. 13,25 whites and 320 th
blacks, alth the exception of one precinct to be re
heard from, which will not materially change the ha
if_ urea. WI
1 ile ina EXCITEMENT of the past three daty a ce
t nepro, le-rirg the invasion of his residence a:- ua
ring the night, has rruti k the idea of pos:tilg v.
, upon Ls door every evening before retiring to
I bed a sign reading "house to rent," which he of
t trtke in In the morning. th
,tIalTi TnTAN DINi TIlEC001. WETTITGE, the mua li
quities were exceednigly annoying la9t evening
at the Varieties Thea:er. Were they fiteing fro:m I
St. Berrnard, or had they caught the riot fever? Ii
We hope the St. Charles will son open in ord r t''
t at we Ciay take refuge behind Bru De (:,a.
quil , liar.
Tot Te-reParrAT-R yesterday, a shown by the do
I thermometer at C. Duhamel'e. Ill ('anal street, to
was as s o!ows : At 6 a. m. i3 degrees; 12 i. a o
6,; 3 P.. 72: 6P. M. 71. tc
A MtSEMENT.I C
VArirtirs.--Those who inclined to theatrical
entertamments last evening found the Varieties be
tin.arkeb'y well attended, when considering tie I t
existirg ccLd:tion of affatrs in the city. The in
m:,eagere of places of aniuetment are inevitably w
s,.itreti ty a disturbed state of public affair, oil
e-I eci,t;l when, as was the cane with Manager we
F', .d tact evening, they bring out a new pi,.*, tre
wi:hi rew costumes, new scenery, new every- el5
thing. Boucicault's comedy of " Love anl Go
Mo',,y " was rever played here before, brat o
thes, r goers had heard of it, and hence, we so
it: ,it e, the comparatively large attendance. It dit
was tut a brief glimpse we were aff rded of the
perlotiii:ce. We saw Mirs Gray as a very Se
cha'n ilg lie 'ri I"t~,t,,ioer,, discussing srie ,i:
mooted point very eagerly with quite a fop 'il alo
loe-kilg gentleman named ',rks, , ttr. Rdltou,) tLe
and were beginning already to watch for the die
end with interest, when of a sudden there came in
cheers and the " tramp, tramp, tramp " of ie
hll dreds of feet or.tside, and away from our ad- te
mi I g v sion went " l, ve and Money. ' Bit 'he to
pice will be repeated this evening, and will, we to
trust. meet with an ample patronage. -
Acat'IsY or Mksic.-The prevalent excitement the
prcduceu its effect here also last night, render- thiu
ing the attendance exceedingly slim. Still, the
performances went off with their usual clat, and r
.letnie Ergel sang none the less sweetly, and Pet -
tiogll was none the less hnmorous than ever.
And the occasion was graced, too, by the proI ic- y
tiii, of a new ballet by the magaificent Z illossy. i
entitled the "blave Market of Constanticople,"' wol
in which the agile Sobhike, with her companions,
Bertia, Cheritelli and Evers achieved terosi- ln
chorean wonJers. The ballet, and a fine olio per .
formanre. concluding wirh "The Irish Lion," ia ci.
ahich Cavanasgh does -i Al, r- to perfection, .
will be oltered this evening. it
A California correspendent of the Cincinnati for
Commercial, discOursiDg Of the Nevada silver thir
mines, easa: As Nevada is to an Aztec province ; e
as I ocle Sam isto a "Greaser" presi lent: as the
United htates are to the feebly giverned and
feebly peopled Mexican States: as Yankee grit
and git' are to Mexican sloth, dullness and in- Wi
stability. so will be the career or ,srvat Iltt tle
prodiictit-n of silver, compared with that of the
coor try conquered by (C'rter. It:a buttenyears
since we con menced silver mining.
Mr. Tilton in his lecture the other evenlno gave c
the following estimate of the New En and a
clerry : " New England is the brain of th~ nation; my
It the New England clergymen were placed in
one scale, and the cotton spinners in the other, cur
we shaiu;d find that the factory outnumbered the
It is stated that each slave rescued on for
the coast of Aftica by the English fleet has uf'
cost the government no less than a quarter of a thet
maillion dolars. (Only nine persons were rescued o1
fro, slave traders in three years up to 1,I. oft
A telegram from Jerusalem announces that the itili
reconstructi n ot the grea: cupola of the Church aL
of the Holy Sepu!cher, which has been execoted a
under the auspice Of France, RIussia and Turkeyj pe
i entirely finished. i.
An Engllish antiquarian has found that between hea
the yeass 1276 and 141:i the most fa-hionabe ado;
name for girls was Joanna, or Joan, and that after and
it came these names, in the same order: Crattoa, wor
liabel, Matilda, Juliana, Aleson (now Alhce.) whi
Lucy, Pernel, Agnes. idonla and Advice. te
An aged couple are now living in North Caro- and
Lica to whom belong one hundred and eight de
scendants, none of whom have ever been con- crat
victed of crime in chureb or state, and net one of the
whom Is intemperate or profane. All were ardent dut
Confederates during the war.
TEe new department of Dartmouth College,
called the college of agricultuore and the me
chanic arts, has just begun ita Irat term of ten eth
sttreents, of whom one is a Choctaw Indian, who hold
was a soldier in the Confederate army. the
The scrnal mretmg of the Quakers from all
parts of the country, has just been held in Rich- W
mond, Indiana. The attendanoe was so great tiei
that it is lmpossIble to give anything like a near Der
estimate of thetir number. They held open-a r thei
B resching from a nuomber of Itands at the same ber
our of the day. Several women took part in sen
conducting the public exercises. The meetings at t
were characterized by accuatozed decoram, and Istri
profound order. brot
AN ASSASSINATION BY NZG&aOS.
An 2 t known White Man the victim.
At the northern corner of Triton Walk and
Dryades street,stands a two-etory frame bailding,
sorrounded by a broad gallery ahove, ooeupi. d
en the lower thor as a negro club room, and
above as a dwelling. The place has been lng
known as a resort of negroes, and it was at this
point that on Saturday nmidnight a solored nsan
was seen loading a musket in the street.
l.ast night shortly after ten o'clocv, as the In
necents Demcrrat! clnb were m:rh,.inz up [ry.
adis street, they passed this place. The beau of
their c 'un n had ero.,i d .Delord stre-t and was
rratinuing on up Dryades, when a shot wastired.
One account. given our reporter by an kletelignt
little mais who saw the affair, stat~s that a ne.,ro
stood in 'he middle of Tri'nn Walr, and deiiter
ately fired into the 1'scertstw',e. The fItt s')ot
Phe ayse wos not rit',rned : at the second the In
nocents returned the fire, and at the same time
firing wos begun from thae gallery of the hoese by
tVe negro-s. Anotcr account . ates th at the
first firit p came from the gallery. At all evernt,
the at 'eck bring made upon them, the Innces
stood bravely and returaed the fire until it cear,,
and ti en resumed their march ir gco td ord ,r. " be
hb d) of an unlnown white s ma., spparentl a
Rsantard, was f-und lying on the griaed dei:
phot tlrrnugh the head, and with terrible eaas
a,out the irekt,. It was Tying on the gasins uljr
t e tii ,'ral gIcur.l at bii'idht, but had not b en
Meentwhile a de'ac'ment of infantry arrived in
haste. and. guards havinr been posted, the pre-ni
erq were searched. This was a matter of no lii tle
d ii u'ty. the rear of the house opening upon a
perfect islyrinth of passages and alley ways, to
fi',d his way out from which the oloter abah
entered as hbliged to knock down the fe:nce
ieoards erd take a straight course to the street.
Five tr e:x negroes were arrested ii the buil Ii ig.
all of them scared territ;y, ant one concesr ed
under a mattrass. When we left the spot, at h s!f
past e'even, the nilirary awards were still poatd,
and the search for the ciupianot was sti I g,.ug
on. ioire arrested were kept in charge tin ter
1 roper guard.
The Seymour Weaettlets.
TLe wreath presentation to this :lub on a\lt r
rdaE cve r: eInr t was thle noecacion of the deliv ry
o the fllowaing c,r :ili atldr s.es. Miss. Joseph:ns
Tou.li ini ilresenltinr the gilt, said:
f: eirgs tif 2_a.-utre I have beheiJ the determi is
tio n lih alt ich the citizens of N.w Orleans h-rve
rallied for the cause of lleninorary, and now in
the name of Mrs. Amsr, permit nie to present to
yonu tL:a wieath ; accept it. and with it her b 'at
wiales for the succesa of the iD;nicratic cinl i
dates, Seymonr and R!air."
Mr. It. t1. Seaman taoen responded in the follcw.
'M;S s 7t, -In behalf of and in the name of the
Seymour -ertineis. of whom I am rproud to lim an
he norare member, I am delegated to receive fr ,m
,,nIr haird this beautif ul wre ion and to r'rf i-,ln
the pleai-ing ditty of returning thel tianaks of tiis
club for this ewvde.ce of your kirnd regards.
"It i.., pertnoe, unrtceesary to asllre you t!at
the Seyndour Sentinels will ever hold in grate;ul
remenlbrance this appropriate reminder that Ih 'y
have a place in the memory of the ladies of t:tins
ward; or, that they wall hear tuic wreath thrrtugh
this conlaign-pure aLdo unspottel as whewi re
ceived from your hands-until victonry shah ,F.-ih
upon the Dnmocratic banner on the third of No
v. Illber Lelt.
" May we hope. Miss, that the golden po ton i
of this tit o,titul i-rioe of handiwork is typic .of
the value and worti iress of the cr-.u-e in whih
we are erg ired, anr tLht the g.tering silyer I
e blelatiral of the purity of Democratic p t:i
p les. If this niresent, et.teemed lady, is inlendo d t>
inspire te Stymour Sentinels with nobler re leo f,
tr,ie, ir a greater elergy in the Irosecuti n of
te work of l.e caii-aiga, I know t;at
I but '- t. esi tie a ";lnrt ent of try
Sentir Ia wlen I e:.y tlh t it wil hav r:',e a
dc.'r d PlI, c ; or if it is airaiul- itle c"ad
to (xprre- in silent, but no less pl tent. laug- a1 e
oullr de-;re for the si:, ccs of tie Df)emi a i
t iket. r your sentiments of re.pect to orr.
ce vcs, it ie equally v..iuable to uir, and we, sn*p
c rely return you our cordial th Inks.
" Wlh the success of the dllttingunihed st tt-s
man of tLhe Empire State, the gahant stan ard
bearer of the Demrnocrati parry, we firmly belive
that the time is not far distant whrn the as lsof T
our merchant marine (so long coml-aratively d e
will whiten every sea rt ctarrving tie pr )duct of
our soil to ih reign airies. Or when the lIatd Id ti
wtste by a S esolatiner war, will avain yield . r w
treasurts(of the snowy staple, or rumdlios of tih- tL
els if gol en cereals. When this tirne comes - id
God selttu the days will our merchat t prnluces ik "
once again in the sunshine of prtmperity, ant t'ie in
w'ar it peace and contentment wili shine wit ad- t;
dit o al I, sire upon a hanoy people. w
'" , iii: the clear head end steads hand of H erio
Set mour at the h ni, the noble 1 ,i ship of a alje,
wish the ( onsti'ution flying proudly and deft uay d
aloft, aill yet breast the impending storm " id lbi
the loweruig clouds upon the horizon will soe. e hi
dispelled, anid we have no Id ubt that his ou ecase
in it e approaching contest, will ( lsue the a ary
emblem of our nationality to sacan pread it pito o.
tecting folds over this vast country, from cmn as
to ocean-and from the icy lakes of our fr lnter Al
to the luxuriant fields of the ever beautiful S 4h.
Without, then. detaining yourself and friend far
ther. Miss 'Iodd, I again return you the tha a of th
this club, and in their name express the hop tr.at ta
your pathway through hife may be strewn w th il
rarest floweei, and that prosperity and happ nhiu
may ever atte dyou. ' hih
M.s V\ir'trna Conatantin. a youg missotl 0 ie ilv
yr arm of age. then presented the VIce preSpditot at
".rb a bouquejt, accoiipanic bI) the iollulw;,g
' YL,. I' u ,·rid -f present to yeu this b tl- do
ful .tnruquet, trusting that rec ivi-ig it frorn setr
so y-unag. may insp!re you with new vigor foryour
Col.rntli a , hioe--teyutour and 8l-,ir." l
Mlr. W. "ulhani. the vice preildn.t, receited it
with a few remnarks as fiul ows: b
"Mi---Allow nre to return my silcer tanks de
for tints superb boutnuet, hoping that o the
third day of Novemrber next we may ale t the t
ellee.' chloice--heymnour and Blair.
Eleveeth Ward Demoearate Cb. h
Wt i t .I c - "t'i ":Tr W iat " I t - e O,'R. Tm( /
or.. I: torror Magazine and Met enth 8tre t,
New (Orleons, Saturday. Oct. I24, heil. ) as
li', Jt ll 1 C~onsay, ts ciairof Sew Oilesn.:
,,--I am requested by the above men oned
clhb to .rwarld to you the lollocing pre mble
the presmble ar t renlo'i ine w re unanthttaly
cor.c.nred in. Very reel,,.ntfu'ly.
bigtcdr Joatr'I ANiRtWS,' JR,
WnnrRFAS, Under tie present illegal olice
force. known as the " merrop litan police,] the
fni.princ of an onscrupoulous and ,ippreiv lahw, an
there is no protection of the lives and proeperty
,t err New Orleans citizens, and eupeciallyithose t
(i the Fr.urth lIOtric'; es.d
SiiHEiaRa, lhe firdt duty of the citizena is to
insist upon meatures to protect life and property,
aLd bereiitlng tilerat the present illegal blody known
s the " zrtetri'politan police " itr wholly iacom
petent to cecure tL.is end: therefore. be it
1.. :,r r-t, That we, the Eleventh Ward Rgulnar
iemo.ra:ire Club Fourth D)istrict. avprove m,-st
beartily the res.lnutiona of the C'i'y Cduncil,
adopted at their recent meeting io this subject,
and urge upon the mayor to carry out thej good
work thus commenced. by giving to the ciy, of ant
:hich he U the chief execittie a police in ;hich
te people have confidence, and which siall be bot
rgpa,'zed in accordance with tke city char ter;
ad be it further
;esol'e, 'bat we, the Eleventh Ward Demo-. Wi
:ratic club, pledge curselves as a club to rphold be
he mayor ol this cIty in the periormance pl his
Attested : the
(Signed) Jon. BRtUrN, Vice Presint. aon
.('ruPH ArwnRW', JR., Secretary. col
We understand that on Wedoedar r Tht~rdy wi
text the citizens of the Fourth District are to
ild a mas ameeting, to take inta oonsid ration
be present state of police affairs in that kortion thr
af town and the best manner of improving t. up
The Jewels SnrrE I n
WrIl hold a regular mneeting this eveng at
teir wigwam on t. laoui, between Romn and P
,erbigny, at 7 r. a. precisely. Mr. Geo. (yonso,.
Iheir new president, will preside, and every mem- din
er rot prevented by any pressing basi'tes or rea
erirus accident, must be prompt in atte*daace
at the specified time, and bring with him Ile reg
istry papers. Highly Important uneation will be en
broutght before tre meeting, mo which no nuseber te
g* should fail to take part. The cluet is '.akc8a great
preparations for the 3d of November.
The meeting they hold to-nig'.t is the mwst itr.
portant one of the campaign, and every rember
should rally, and no' seats should be vacadt when
the meeting Is caltd to order by our ee 'emed
Demnerarie citizen of the Fourth Ward, !;eorge
d Cronanm, Eaq.
All voter, of the Sec.erd District, and esgeeially
d the Fourth Ward, are .rdla lily invit+ d t )' tteni
and enroll tLemselves as members o' the iusrthd.
ad Another wreath is to be pre ented to the chub by
ig the lades of the Fourth ,sard. IRally,ral;j,rally I
its The remat l( srds
in Were out on Saturday night Iast, rtikieg their
usual splendid appearance. As it was thei: last
independent parade befure the election, they
0 took advantage of the ooortcnity tJ c rmplt.
f- went sonme of their friends. MIt. ilessay, Dr.
Halliday and Mrs. Thormson wele each visited
's and each serenaded by the Fossils. For a mearch.
eing salute given in paassaim, te c~ab has ear
o IeIrtesr w isdes.
• This club held a large meneing Saturday evea.
It ing, which was wall atteneodd. Addresse were
made by several gentlemea n among wxdm Dr.
a Lockwood gave sor.e very etihIang carisel, which
7 was loudly applauded. After which a corsmani
a cation from Hon. 'lieatio o eymour was read, as
" UTrwa October 1ii, i OR.
S.' +,!"h nc-I ha vreceived ylr letter of the
10th inst., advising me of my elecdina to ap hin
Sorsry membershJp of year club. Plteg ycu will.
in nry behalf, thank fts r'embera fo" the gratllylag
c' ndiimrent they have peA me.
"Tru:v y.orrs, et., IoiRArtO Ae'rVwrYsR.
1 'Tn J. iidwir Dul. I'resiao. T ,den. vi. c '.i. Seti r~'. "
Slie realding of this caured great cheerlig on
the palt ofi tle members. After this the repenta
tieon of the Republican, in regard to an artiale
, pablished by them against i;i club was refrd and
accepted. The Guides will .rve a meettly next
Wednesday, at which all must be po'ctual..
The Creseemt Cily (ab.
The last Tuesday meeting for this prelrtential
campaign Is to be held this evening at th's wig
wam, at 7 o'clock. During the past three ntonths
there have been no more active, prompt oren
thsPiactic workers In the Democratic canse, and
we trust that this their fnal meeting to night may
be characterized by even more than the usual
spirit. Ladies and all other friends of the cause
are invited to hear the speakers, the list of whom
includes Judge Alexander Walker. Gen. 'ltke -
man. ('Apt. ('has. E. Fenner, Hun. W. Pope
Noble ar.d Durant DaPonte, Esq.
Ex-Uilrs Soldlers' and aallore' Demostratl
This club holds nightly mIeetings this wee:, and
is daily growing in numbers. some three huindred
names being now on the r)lls. All memrers who
can poesioly do so are requested to report esah
evening at 7 o'clock precoely.
The I hatrctler O4lib.
It will noticed that a call fir members to attend
the regular meeting of this gallant club t r-mor
row evening is published elsewhere. There is
business of vital importance to be transaete , and
It therefore behooves every n.ea ber to Cttend
Clubs Meettsg T.Nlght.
The Worknlogmen's Club.
Thle Third Ward Club.
The Magnolia Democratic Club.
The ili'uaseau (uar l.
The 4outhera Seymour (lab.
' he Fuller (;sards, Algiers.
The teymotir Klighta.
Il e ( rescetnt Mounted Club.
The irsynmen's ('lub at 5 P. u.
The Fossil Guards, Jr.
The Central Committee.
The he)nlour Vedettes.
The Frat k flair c'ad, ts.
Blair Knights,. specil tneetinc at 6 o'clock r.
u:. at the club room. over H:wkine's saloun.
We have so far been enab'ed to gather the
following additional particulars of tihe afr of
Or: account, as far as we can gatter, was snb
stantial y correc', as pub!ise!ed in SadaJy's Ca.re
C(Eh. 1he origin of the aflair is non as much a
mystery as it was when we penned that article,
and 'hat it will ever be fathomed Is, we think, im.
We have since heard that on Saturday night,
about 114 o'ciock, as a party of white men were
walking along Camp street, between Erato and
Thalia, they were overtaken and fired into by the
(;raUt negro club, whose headquarters is near
the:e. T'ey returned the tihe. In the me' e
which fol!owed, Dr. J. B. Daff, the president of
the Seruour Guides, raised his pistol to fire,
when a negro struck it with a heavy club, break
ing it. Anotl.er negro hit Dr. Duff in the head
iith an ax or hatchet, knocking him down and
swour ding him terribly. He was about to repeat
the blow when he was shot by some one ; another
regro lt en truo k Mr. Leary, wbo was with Dr.
Duff, In the head with an ax or hatchet, hurting
him most sverely. It the same riot a Mr. Long
was shot in the abdomen, as to whether danger
ously or not we cannot say. The negroes as far
as known, lost but one killed and several wounded.
About 11# o'clock a police officer found a Mr.
Brady, shot twice through the head and dead in
the gutter on Melpomene street, between Pry
tania and Camp. The officer tracked this man
two sqeares by the trail of blood he left behind
him and then found him dead. Mr. C rnelios Subl
lIvau was found dead corner of Camp and Thalia
Ahcut 1 o'clock the negro barber shop next
door to thie upper corner of Ticalia and Camp
streets, known as a resort of the worst class of
negroes, and a sort of headquarters of the club
which nearly killed Dr. Duffand his friends, was
broken into and all the clhb paraplerollia in it
destroyed, as was also a mirror and three drams.
There was a great deal of firing throughout all
the back part of the Fourth DIstr et after 11
o'clock. No casualties, however, that wr, could
The following Is the list of killed and wrunded
as far ias we ian ascertain:
The foll~rwing wlrite n co:
The foIllowing colored mren:
A colored man found at the corner of 'oydrae
and Franklin streets.
Joseph Antoine, aged 11. son of C. ('. A ntine,
Ptate senator; he was either bhuised or titapled
The fr!lowing wbh:te men :
Mir. Wailace, of the Working ilir, in :le leg.
The colored man :
None of the bodies were viewedi by the :oretoer
and acnne of the deaths are as yet rtcorde I In his
At the corner of DLrydes street and Triton
Walk, the headquarters of a sdical clubt, could
be tseen, about midnight, a crowd of neigroes in
nolform, some of them loling muskets. About
them were standing a number of negro women.
sad a tenement, not fmr away, was sIere with
colored people, crowded about the doorw ayas and,
windows, looking out.
Jsst after the riot was o(vr on Can'l street
three members of the metropolitan piui e coame
up very much eat of breath, and win.tod to
know where the oss was and " who tied that
There wse but three arrests male o00 Sat'ar.
dJy night. One gentleman, Mr. Martll, was ar
rested for firing off a pistol in the city, a'ad the
othLrs for carrying concealed weapoas. Consid
esiug that one of these gentlemen bs g. mausket,
the " cocealed" lait is good.