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THE NEW ORLEANS C RECENT.
VOLUE XVIII. FRIDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1868. NUM
Temmles, . o to b e pec'tiar end Inportant relations
which they wsta, their pe)ultar organlisation, and t'.e omi
they perfe.m, are sbject to many ufferings Freedom from
these ntribute in no small degree to their eaplnes and
welfare, for one can be happy who are ill. Ns eonly so, but
* .e of thee various Fmale Complaints can ,og be suffered
to rM on without insol tog the general health ',f the individ
".,ad ere loneag produc nl
PERMANENT S:CK S!, S AND PREMATURE DC, INE.
Ncr is It pleaant to onsualt a phy.lcla .tf the relief of
iteue varltc delcate a~rction, and only ~pon the most
agent revity wll a true woman so lur sa flce her gret
esteharm as to do this The sex will ther thank ae for
pla'atg in their hbeaL s!mple specrtcl, wtLi.t wil be toaad
leeck us In relieving and curing almost evee, one of those
trubldesome ce..lainta peculart to the sex.
HELMIBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU.
Handreds eser on Io like., and hkadreet of other apply
welly to drggists esad doctors, who ether mere'y teotalse
them with the hote of a cure or apply remedies which make
them wore I weold not wish to wrt anything that would
do lrjuetice to the aejlirmed,but I am ollird to ay that
althoerh t may be I rdu.ced from excessm e esauction oftbo
powers c Illi , by laborious employment, unwleeolnme air sad
bed, ;refuse meaetruatio, the use of tea rid efel., and
beeeeat cbl!dbirth, it is ar oftrenr caused by a irlct irritation,
applied to the macoea membrane of tLo vagin. Itsell
Sbe rev riewing the eaues of there dl.trese.ng complainta.
It lt most plh ful to contemplate the attendant evils c an
qaest upon them. It is hat simple jastice the subject to
enamerate a few of t.e many addlitioal euaes which so
largel) aefet the
LIFE. HEALTI AND HAPPINESS OF WOMAN
Is alrl aln of so, ietr, tnd whlle, cornssernaently, tcrt miore
or le directly the welfare of the entirer ruain f1orily. The
maia that clists f. r precocious edosto;r n and marriae.
amer the years tht -atree deelgned for coorporal devel,rp
meet to bewated sad perverted in the rectrarntt .1 droo,
the early eouilne·ent of schrol, and especllly in the un
healthy exIltement of the ball room. Thous, with the bhdy
half clothed and tie nmind nnduiyexcited bypleasura, per
verting in mildnlght revel the hours designed by nature for
loop and ret, the work of destruction is hall accomplished.
In coacquence of this early strain upon her system. on
aeessary effort is re:nired by the delicate rotary to retain
her situatio n Ien shl at a later day, thus at Trarting the
evl. When os rexcitement to over, aotheerin prospec tire
keeps the mind morbldly sensitlve to impreson, while the
now constant restraint of fashionable dress,;abrulotely far
biddLng the eerclse iad.apeneable to the attoroment and ro
testlo of organie heal.h ad strength, the e soars to nl :ht
air, the sadden change .rf temperature, the t.- oplete proelra
tIe prondced by exhe.Ileo danclng, must, of ares Ily. pro
dues thtr lerllroimte lc't. At lent an early marriage cnlp.
the elimaz of mirtrl, and the efortoraot,.fae, hitherto nl
atterly regard'ese of too plain dIctates and rmnro.trances of
bee dliete natuare, becmee a nwi L. souJeet o medrlla
teatavnt. T:n i sut a truthfal picture of te experience of
thoesands of our you w meln
Leong beore Lth ablty to exercise the fun 'ttios of the Fen
rative orgacLs they reuire an ed.atl, nt f theIr pcular
aervouo system, conlmped of what Is callel thie tissue, whib
Is, in eommon with the female breast and lips, ervidesly
under the control of mretal emotions sad *.aoc.ation a ant
early poltnd of life; and, lo we E LM ehmbeuaettly m, thee.
emetlo .., whe exc. rwive, lead. ,ng hef, trLyn . r t, y Ialo b
which sp eite very lite of their victrtas arr at ire Lut aelf
completra their devclupmeat.
FOR I EMALE WEAKNESS AN DE3BLITY,
WBITES OR LEl'ORRWl(.A,
TOO POFUdtE MP VSTRUt.TION,
TUO LONG CONTINUiD PERIODS,
FOR PROLAPSUS AND BEARING DL'.
OU PlOITkPIUS UTERI,
WE OFFER TEE MOST PERFK'T PI. JIFIC KNOWN
Helmbold's Compound Extract of Buchu.
I Drectoa for UCe. Diet sad Advise a-crupaay.
FEMALES IN EVERY PERI OF LIFE,
Fr hnfancy to eatreo1me od d will st4 lt aremedytoaeid
terure in the drbharge of Ite fmengue.
TlOP U'tH I5 TIK WLORY OF IMANHIOOD AND
gFII.BOLDt EXTRA qT BUCHU
IS MOBaE TRENiGTHIENINO TlofN ANT OF TUB
FREPARArLIONS OF BEItrOR IRON,.
Infinuite'ly Maler and 1u e I'lexatat.
nSLM OI.D' I:XTIAiT BUC.H( .
aeng eeeleedthe ndotrrmeat of thr sout premleat phy
eetam I the United ttatme, is new e ,rod to slli-ted bhu
manlity as C ERTAIN CUE for the ,llwlig dk teea ad
mgems, from what ever ca , ortln olo. .
Orega D*h .ty,
Men' ult L'i.r.ise Ceroe:C 00.
Znema.r ail I, tY
RE. . o,, ca-aad grep er at y., 1t.
tio ot Appmet
)mor retIon or ·rcalyal of te Oeekas of e.ratIoe,
Falypstm.n of the tIert, iand, Ia Ot, al the cogroIltala el
a lerous and Deilitatel state o* e mylam.
TO IDPURI THE GoENUIJCUT THIS OCT. s
ter MILMa)LD' TAKE NO ITHB.E
Jr ty Drggiota amd Dealers pveoywhem. Frtes SI a
SbIttlo, an i bo tle r L Delleemd to a easddo
DeOactiubem pWlrem alt cemmnscalloe Addre
H. T. HELMBOLD,
DItr AND CBHICAL WAEEDIUSK
amt Ueeedwai. New Toer.
oess muewoee le ul dome a set-ingwed w
Ipe, weIt he-t E mU lemee e ea t stee e
5. ZE assBolW
I'HE ORE80ENT'8 DIBPATOREB
Ws ah r ne and P araIray- lpez mad
Amerle.. (' latzeaos-Mapervisoem Appotited
-Mttle*ase Legal Traders to be Witaheld
s from (ltrealatlom-I IernI Ilrevee-- De
d past mest Relpors - Patent sopoede.r
R jghlo-( ergretattoa l ('hurch Mot-erg,
d 'Ai ni.r,oNx, Nov. 19.-Wa'hLhburne's report
fro uit c'regciay is received.
I' tdv.-n and efferiive tnstrnctions have been
sent itl rliniLter MMclhcon aind Adniertl Diavi', to
proceed to Paragaay with adeq'arte for'e and vin
dicate tie national honor, and redress the wrongs
,lid to Iarve beca commictted by Lopez upJn
A nIelcasn ,citizete.
If Ipervwrs-c alppointed to ,+at: Dn- ( s ,. SRh
wrrtlh, eastern district of Pennsvlvania; J. N.
latlbotrr, Massacthusetts, and S. B. Ditcher, south
ern and eastern district of New York.
Treasurer Spinner directs national banks which
are delsitories to, withhold from circnhtIiotn mu
tilated legal teniders ; also, all Atties, they having
been t.ucctsefully counterfeited.
Holint estiInates internal revenue for the c:ar
rent ticcal ear at $ l,Il0,iolo0,0t .
Herads of departsents have forbidden further
pnulica'iotrs of re putt I by subordinates unt suaD
nitted to ('onprees.
'atent rlthta to a auspedeed urhi beau rI e
to Pameel W'. Menloo , of lkl ., byl
tric Supreme C'ourt.
The digtitaries of the Congregational Church
are saleteblhld he re to settle the trouble to Rev. Dr.
Boenton'a churcl.. A large minioiy desire Lis
removal iecare he oppoCes mingling races in
scbool. and it lukewarum in admitting negroes to
full flllawsh:p. No result attained yet.
MAtle Pair--Oranl's Malcr1ty.4 lOO.
le \T,11-s1tva.i Nov. 1,--The first Alabama State
fair held ci:ce I -; connmmenced in this city yester
day. It ias cumer-ue+ly attended; many visitors
from o, er States ire erlelnt. The number of ar
tcler a a,( nn,cnu" of -to k exhibited are far beyotr!i
ecie'.,;ion. It H:iI cn'inue two days loliger and
7- I, h ! t ; I :. aS a ir . d cru ' . u .
1 Ito- l.p -i:ure ajouirne t for the fair yesterdy y
ard ni o irobably do!r rio bntielees this wt ek.
"I ' e . rCv ;:;,.,t i:b - I - I ,iin-j >rlty. The
nonIthc rcl watrr vote rrih the S!-t'e, a - rd.g toI
tt e i • I - ; is 1' " "I adl ,f negro vt" r.
r- 1, i1 i ft ,[,.t re ivl d'l ; : ; andc . olillur T: rl.i.
It t" r a', d !t It at Iv i ', : 00 M ,; , d.,l inot
tote. '1 - 'tin crate crl) . n Ic I ,,-1 C i l'c
at: , ' U , t:t e ,c c 'grlI-c OO, distrld "s.
Itore Abhut ae RH w.
1 1 tll-ltc -iE , Nccv. lc.- 1At a fneetli of i t - r
-,.I I t,,., 1 , ii-tIiltg, .lulem H rt aNi.l
1t t '' . '.!,, ' n c -. t i.+! rltAr tion 1g,1r-tG is v. I
,teleo, n0 r I, ti'ci. atrd a "illie t ii- '" ordered. re- ·.
tI . , t , " 1 tc ' r i e xl t . , It i.;c tr Iu le . -, n ta s , wh
w I :1 tpt i r t ,f iua wt lractto tiOr.u'd lit I,e t--'l d i
i i ij c.l;.l I titon. l11it will brng the cace hi
tore :I itelr e C. urt. where Its lrIts will r
,i- bb',cly tbe tiuly ventil.ited.
F : iii t tl r t-l' rt of t' e iroeedincs of a o- -
sit nor. ot coilored aniin l Fi -rdia, it h.iae oi thie
2d nc4 :tct-r, in accl ur intI'e witel tuI, re otn
i.eLt-c an n of a c c tled c sl ectlioll ihe l' in llio-to i
tIctti -r 2.1 puollcthed to uiy 1i tle ldicial pap r oI
lof ',.i. 1cl,,iiccl cic-Irict, tIlire ieenis to have ieen
Ilpert c 7 itd b"!wren a 'PegalesiC pCresent, andli
ro --l-of a -plit were vl.ibie. At lthe convert
ttiic c v;tduals, bot-i ta hte an I colored, ni-ide :td
crt-nt - iwhir are l OW in oIpI tl. on to i-- -n other. v
i, i a e o , I". i-u e- !.ltel a i ,s 11 , -'lc- ci"n wc th
no I eitc c:c.ar it r, tanlrll. I i;ned '' 1: ht. ( x chair- a
it ian, i d A. C. l.. ltiti-iouie secr tar"," b h th Ia
wh olIi ie cilorell.i ii ll o postin tuo Oundlersa nunii
Iatlm n it 1..s} that -ait rt" coitFre will rua
the Satle, - trr e- I cia! y It e lHiepblilh in party ,
it, 't lO1 Il d ii lit la! tl l.,I , tif it .- t'tt tt lie l cIc)
cranel' I .rt y i ay trlunhmph. an-i bh.ving Neel thi
CI I itOli 'i e coliorted men Ut i;, 01't La wIih have
brel prnetaesed enmr ts. enaddoUn er mtene,
m ci, hi he - c cltiutionl eivese tic In. by haedi.g tis
Ie nlll lc V ei rtIeern that a rblt' ti rnte ranrks,
I ar:'l cut liic in tIe (c-ltred iele- ei t e lof tse lepub
lican talty. Io the cause ofi the popula
titn of Ithat State beinRg trought to their
[-restet cr edltion. l'hat the ccn-otintion of the
statle of F lordia opeci the doors to every former
rebel hoicwever victius, allowing him to vote. and
tlsat they cantiot allcrd to hat' a split in their
nmidst lithout awarnping. They appeal to every r
colored nlan n the State to stand tirm In the still
port of C. I. Ilamiilton, regular nominee, who is a
goed l.epuhlican, and ask Baunders to stay still
a while, a lien lie shall be taken care of, and
rotify himn that if he enters the field that Justice,
noted as a great " tiger" hunter, will shoot hin
politiclly doad. Ibihs manifesto purports to
come Iritic the voters of the county of L,eon " met
for thie purhose of considering the course taken
by Col. Wm. N. Sauncders, as an independent can
oidate for C'ergress."
Tow.ns eslered-The lamrrestsa Number
I@,.O@-F-'mttile eawlag Mamalaue-L ep
alltaa of lsulrgelts Ia New fora.
New Yos.. Nov. 1I.-The Herald'se (Cuba ad
vices report Puerto P'rincipe, Santiago de Cuba
iand Marirrillo bes:eged by the insurgents.
lhe troops were tortifying and barricading the
The intnrgents paererate 10,000 and were with
n a few milts ofel each place.
A hnodred familiea left Santiago cn a F'rencc
A deputation from the Cohan inrtrgenths are re
Sporttd here in conference with hllbustter leaders.
Dall Run Russelt Dsereoted fr rP hn-.
meul--ireat tecitlCemnL l )pC-ta -VCu
vini -lellilsh PoliIces.
I.o icic. NIov. 1lc.--tiil iRon Russell is dcfeateL
fcr italhliment. bc far the liberals gain lu and
the I L et rralives .ti n .nbers.
POlc,.. Nov. 1I - ietters from Madrid renort
thant gri cxc-iloenlett exiate through u' 43 ti..
£NalI s, Nov. 13.- The eruption of VeUo1Uvi is
inereallt g in vidncae and grandeur.
I tlIc . i, . N-v. 19.-.IG constituinces give a
Il tral ilcia 0 l) of 11cc.
Parlctllare of the l.-. o fthe tritr of tLile
I1f i as. Nccv 1~I --Thetlar cf the Inin se'rrl 'k
on Mnrri t '. reef. a ttlllie Otr I shlc)re. at half p l,-t
SblX it t'1 ise) eten ite., i .ie ramling hard. 1Thc
c',ttaiI lltiI k i oli a I,. t on bh, ,rt ficr t1u011 F hlrIc lI i
liihl. ITie cargco slI be ayv I-l in a littnlged coi
ditios if the eea remains calm. Huill and mlachil
cery ily be atei q-oa, The sea was very hiih
alcen ci.h.cc rick. A bolt ef-c.-cis in tile
*..t, tJr wt i" Mr ('hirk- f sl Sn Francisei i.
Ic.l ,t cc• ic euon, if Phtaei thclct, i,,tssctger'.
FROM SOUIrhWtST PASs.
c icc,, PT'..,' Nctl 11 t ,. la. iectte
tc r II Ic ,t , , Ito l it h I p . N o air c .l
Sated--stean t iica Lol nII aLd Iriental, Lark
Ala-ia an€c l-,clcncr Ainei ' .
iii itu -e '.P--, Nc,. Ii; r. ct.--hnromter
',111. W:·2d iotlhtest and Illcit. Arrini steatrn
ei t' AF Is. "clciic.n, I ,-htt 1ut, , c-t.la, tot C. A.
.5 'i tr.i c .(I-. No departuree.
st IIVUB IIWW
VIt.icauaR.O Nov. 1e.--Paaed down. lohtwki
and barges at II A. a.. and Alaska at neon. Up:
]lobt. L. Lee, at noon. l:Iver rlnlllg rapidly.
LotisvLLLIt. Nov. 19.-WeUiter cloudy and
k cold, with a slght tall of nowo this morning.
River rislrg with 6 feet 7 inches in the Canal.
Ese. .tsl, Nov. 19.--Rlver 7 leet to GCairn. and
falli1g. _ _ ,
* rums's Vee*W tti !i Soemh .aetta.-41-b'li05
too Merwug, 3te.oomasoued-l. - d A. W
Duutog ofe a lusaelse Asylulm-B-as *us
5.Pnlo*-T-oe iu of the Ueoe-Ta- e Blask
As.. Waoe. , Uk.
(OiaLn r,o Nov. I-..-Gweats majorit7 in
lb iheate by oetial regr-as, mow complete, is
17,hti,. T.he sabar ecoanea as av ltr Be
poblican vote than was allowed is recent e8ti*
The publication of the Charleston Mercury has
been dsi. ontinued since Larurday ls-t
JameP Conner was to-dry elecced G;lind Muster
of the Grand Lodge F. and A. M , of kouth Cara
livl, vice Gov. Orr.
( L.LAN.D, (illo, Nov. 19.-The Cent-al Ohio
Iuratic A-yium, at Colunbuti was ttea4iy de
s'royed by fire last nlght. nSix women were
nmous ered. Three aondred and Lifty inmates were
retnover to other in.ti:utione.
ST. J1I.INS', N+.w But ISwiCK, Nov. 1'. St.
Stephen'. frank has Puspended.
w Kw Ycnas, Nov. 19 -A tireman was killed and
anhlber n jureo by falring walld to day.
Ilua A.s-. Nov. l:.--Tue steamer Star of the
U'ri.,,c l ei where sLe stu( k, wib her bickt
br< kin. Tao of her rF-aentere were drowi-,.
i Le h:trk Anna was wrecked on Colorado reel.
It( tIrt.o, Nov. 1''.-A land h-ying party of
frt-tiver Penoyrlvanins ond Marylande-ar'rrived
toi; tleor; ng. Tl,y co to S~,lth western Vir n,.,..,
labu thte a.. la.r oulth as (oliUtumli.
I.,l il, . , November l',.-(-'un.oli I;; B ndl-,17 i.
Ti(l ptic-.tie quie at at 2 .
I i:A iiitt., Nov. 1. linds II''".
I It .cr.O., Nov. Itt-Nutu.-C-ottti setady
fib oo 12.(,lipbhai..N. & Ho ttei " ,,
nldt, lllOv, is,-- tl on ýLLP iot q q ltet and
stendy. Afloat firner, 1.2.
I.I tiur-Itl, i. Nov. 1.1 - Afternoon. - "otton
quiet. Lard steady. Pork 'ui. 'l'.llw ieavy at
la~Hio, Nov. li--Afternoon. -Low middlings
lo.c,,itx-, Nov. 11.-T',e Bink ct Ei,.nd has
raIPed ite rat.- of t'l(ronllt to two ip r " irt1.
Lii chl.rt t, Ntv. i'' -tAvetiil -(' !tton nrm and
erihtly thither: rmidltlre plrn I1 li 1., i n !ling
I)rleart lid.: saIlts 12 00i bahls. Ltrd duil. Colu
mon rsin h i : 1.
Io'.crrN, Nov. 19-Fveniing -Turpentint 214.
id. Fine rA-in 11-c. C1. M., tease in bdiitou ta
ite liac.k of E-r nl. n't. £1 ''!lt.!i t.
SI.o'. u:s, Nov. 19 - Ervetlig. - ('.anStis 'it.
l:onds 71 .
I rar t sor, Nov. 1t.--Brids unici- nced.
Ni t ',5 , Nov. I. Sit'o ii. e\t-ied arid
citive. cli l g string, ex el'', E:rir, wihti a i
c tI atu 4 I i i t c\(' 'enttl- t It tic. 't1i'ti . I.
rfs .rv v Islat c e $It " , i 2, if ,2 Ill ;
(if .I 'i i- of 'b 1, new 110; of b7
111 , ; 1 f " - 1 1'ý 1", I l',a 1 ,-,,
Nt Yoi:R, Nov 0.--'T -',m.co:(" new, 4"t.:
Noth, I ( rro tin , new. 1S ask l. M wy- -P !,
iii re iss r: call lones fi7 : prllle dir.'c'titc i'r c
1'. -t i tg lg ru:e at ";l. ichi dull and I w -r.
1 . C(' I" it - V ' -iii)3 00 bale,: urd htng
nil ' tr i i"" :1 I . Ir moie active, bit I-:^ t.
!nivr i.- rFP. Vfheait uni-ha'ei.d. with errs
el.ecit'ot e i 't 91 a,.i t n ' ira atit eh lot hil d
. · ,"r I r !.i . M i·at I .:r ' ! ' l. C' nrn ,.1o.'1 ,lilt!
Ie rk v *- , 'fd a ' i . I -li-c f I 17," I
I; 1 . ll1. I y . 'v at $1 07. 'turpentlne sad
( I cs .v , N v I'i - 'lo :'--'tinw ly r ' t
$7 , H ma' It 70' .1 -,I. C 'n new ',
tre tit cttler. cl .., des 1.1 ,,il4 . Lad
1 ;,:, . Lu',er ., , K. . . ,
t ti , N. v.tI ,h 1f priona R .i
r I a '' , i tl ,r $4 7. re.' 7i. 1 t i, t $1 ll C · rn
r i'.t. (),,t" ( u t.. tI k $21 ,i. N , g
o 0 h us, ,11 k Beats or aso.n. Lard Its I
1ii i-.t I, elr atd t dt-e't, d
I ,i-t t ., N Yov : . t - T-t'ale- eiles 71 h1rl..
at'aliat I t iri -~a .i- I - ncr,up-- oi' 1 . '
d 1 ý feat Il / 1 " . rt, lu .' '. It
" r, ,. 1 li fe 2, - ? l ,; . M 'llr" k ill I,,;t ..
I+,i,rt e.i'l. I , K'. r i .l ."ý-, ,;. e t-1, t%11 t+,. ' '.. t"
t ....e- 1 , 17' . hii -,i r . i t - .
i IlIArIv I-I ux , N: V. 1 , . "U'l'tun re f r the
!4 l I, a e r .4 - al ;- c i- or thrl e week :if r I Ii ....
ntex 'r',. (ou-ltore i',;7 bile,: 01ports to U :at
L : " v, . 6 . . e t ", i 1. r. et ,ao; al L a .'.t
Y . i i.,, s. ] - l 'I,' l T t: not' i~ , 1 - tit
i, "1 ) . I i el 2,e i t, mlt ba"< a ; re ports, toisi w .;
i . S,_ . sP sMit." ,
i'vi- l t'ctY i'rTl- f it t feel pee CaciT5A clv-trtl "
II- it. ;ti - i er o;i iP::' d -1. p th uew t l>"e
.At . L 1: tyl tert tto bi maiub.turrtd i,rl
(i h',r i' tc tr 'I. A i ,rn. wti henl iini n t it rt.'r d
- worith ne tt,'red tiTmell more tthtta it c 'et on
the kla-in tt or lexa, etd iltree-flurrl ha of the iugt
tie-tct value by m .utiaileturt g 1I clear t rint.
A corn maiuto ate r woulo py in Texas. W.ield
it ltt he a good deOlthl e to t"iorpor.cte a Irmib
rni.Inufe Ft.l i wIh the Hmtil"vile l oom.t ' It would
ce rtanily iot cost that inrtttutnin anythln. for
cobli , now conridtreu a heavy r'cut tl expenste.
[ Htuetonl Tlluse .
A ierttart in Cfebcrne, .lohnon 'tirnnty, ad
vc iot sc in the i . roui,'e of that piil' , : '. .
s . e'ec.e per gl bI , tiolaa+, in , dae on Co .k's eval -
cra'or, equal to the les-t golden syrup. The
( 1 ramrele ,3 sit is "plenid~d.
he ht:erman (' ,iar:er of the' 7tlh pelks of nears
raised it the ricinlty, andJ wbo'a are not yet fl.ly
rhe lHoutton Times of the Ith say : " There
is strong reaeeou to beliece that lovee7minte oh
Ift io -tint to a Texas rai'road conrnection with the
Mihi"eippi river, which will leave New (irle+in
mutte than one hundred mi'es to one aide. 'tue
natter will early go bcfi re Ctnre s."
lhe Ba-trop A(itertiser lIoarnc thitr a fire broke
out in the court house at Sir Matte, a, whi:h in a
vt rv shiort time destreyed the ettitre building.
Tle' tri reds, bomek, payliers,, et of the dt,'rict
rerk, county treasurt r, aaessor and <olleetor
wt-te fort. 'the county c!e:k a:tvi d nea-'." evry
thitg of imnportat.ee pertaining to htis ,ti "e. It is
nit poritvely ktown htow Ithe tie ortginated.
l1.e I Lrkirvnlik talidard blic eat Itiie avora
.le we tlhet r for c i to t tpikirg, and give-s .2'l
pI ect'es es the result of one day's work ly a
Sita -tic ds., nliche aid L le-itilte, on Lie bhlwne-
to'n I h .llcltet'-n ot it.'. M onecs.
'It e Vr hi.' letra cic, r Iryl Mr. P. lI Fas ]idin, fl.
ii c . r t; r.trth if \Va. a I f rid i Mext' rt boy,
sirt t'I4 . )lirft In a fe-c-e c r'i-r er. It w as dis ,'ov
crc-it it-'e, that he l Id tei ,i t ien whel & childi
I fit hr , ti i: teie t ft d j 0,, with them evc-r
pitcr. Iri nr, t it i it it. I on-t -c 'iaro tel from
t li'" at d wi-rd--re-* aitait uo:til Ibe ct Into Mi
I.erit art 'cont'. He dees tot rael -ice' the
b ln e or (, tcr-ltry t i-te tiaretCi, ii:t .sya that hi
pCartcelars of thc m.
The lier t-i : icc itto r ha. Iog reonunti of Indian
dl re'a tiorc it th t i i;'i it'. A li h , i , 'tirn i
betw.en e irmiL c anid It,,Im be-otd ' mi i r
i-citriche. pd- - c ri-ic-'r 1 ice 'i t Mr (' i ac-I.,
A Ma.ndsrk'c tulc''e
It: i, ni ' I. e.i i tt ''e' i,, r-f i . bithi p
!*r aa .n or ie hie itt ci tt ri itit
rii, - a ii , i n sr rii ,!t a . t ra lle l ot rer ,gi
Ui [t :t:li,.;t . = ii . l or n i.te . i c' h rdIh lci a
ti w. -- L r I} E e'ri. I a .. e e lU tadrc ctre
t.h . y i,:t u h - t' c for th i- t oa.i hip . ' .t 1i
i-cc it ' niai'- tu"het it fito,r
]c' ] te rll, e r ti i,' ii-e tv _te' ii 'at iii Itt
Fr ,1t en', from tear -o st-. thici ,ie
SL< t ', ei l i tes , , .1 I llt gardl , re ar l,,d
bit-k. wdel o t -r fIr e cs at or lee the prlepear
}rtli :uiti e t ahuara, r'r it, , orI e two tetanc
tr-li Hii- e.-. . .an arpee th. ....r. aote. lo. awsr
'i*r t :e er r ie l pi6!a et n io a.rt by twot .
l out ic'g t A p c. lu tyU: d r ,e- ,ee d no u p th ,, taD w
irlt t olCe.w rath stiex t.re .ah-ebe t i e-, a
" r.ort d top ersh t er btthoen t In theb
lr le., Pendant from thea-c tbl. i pt . the pae
tatn of a fipery drir gon, o pie aloporcos muore
if uthdeng thre the lregin heravii or thetysadur
leet sor aier ncd ohprpee thn a cro·odle.t clows
sire terrahle T e beld than those ut rion.
ttis monster, with b t'pleo blke tr ohb. ticl pke a
there, f.anth darting hike olghtdng e roml hCi nor
trfi Pendnt frto the ears oof the pteimer e o. 10r
- doen pa r lntern, each h ize o h.e
e-for lat Shrerepe paprs
'oal jatIUntem .
HOTEL AazRITt-AL-. C(?r,.iEs /'l.--E V
Gager, steamship Geo Washlngt n: E ienedict,
La: e m M Conner; Mr Wallace, NY : A R I(.' ,u
norse, city: C F Johnson, Louisville M F J rhn.
eon and wife. Miss Mary Ellen B Worthingion, I
L, btone. Miss: John G Smith St Louts: J Rt
Weyht. Texas: Jas Williams. Misr: Mrs !Anersoa,
Mrs Murrel. Mobile; Thos P FV-dmand, N Y: Wm
N Hawks. Columbia, Ga: Samnel H Pullirn, Va :
Henry C Nhook, C P Field and wi'e, M bile: M F
Jd~hnsnr, wife ard two children and two seranori:
Mine Wary Elley, Washington county. Ke I:
Ker.dail C'rter, city: Mrs A E 3 Ace, child and
servant. Mussinsippi ; B B Badeck and wife.
Farette: Ely It Junes and wife. Fayette;
IH I% ll. iington, HFahineton co.; D L Stone,
lusn : Jno W Wilaon, N V : Jas R Co\: G Tanteq,
Indianspolii; R Scanlan. La; J H Elmond.sa,
Menmpi ir; Juo Lave, Memphlis: iMrs J T Trezo
aidt, Jr, Memlphis: Jihn Hancock, B Johnson.
PhilJdelichia: D S Haight and lady, New York:
H J Haight ard wife, New York ; S A Thayer,
Criucirrail: J ntalter and atmily, and W H Coo
key acti fanly. laryland : Walter P rroms and
wite, city ; Ah x Il 11, N 1 : G EJdy and lady,
Leaverwirthi, Ekar.sBa-; air. C Woeruan, Hartl
lurg, G(rmatrny ; W A McCracken andI wife, Ohijo:
I) ( C Hosk,na and H L Bionemar, Clinton; A B
,12, IIlr--J J Charky, city EC Coole. Pointe
A7Mrrr L ýý-.- -----h a if l a s
hPavannalh Ga; M S Creetnn, Mobife, Als: Louis A
't' rke, t vast : i It (iwartling. Louisville : V A
lyian, J (' Hoston, N Y; W H Rlchardson. Bayou
Mara: I C l,qrrd, I; J. knon, MI I, Fleasher and
I , 1, I. x-: F T IPenr,ett, U S A: F H Hooker and
w.r-. ci %: Col G W Carier, Geo doanas Glalveston,
Ter-xa: irsCrox and child, .. A Halpin,8 V Young,
Ti-.as: A 1 L ampbell, Va: J W hicllbanny, re,:
C:.an s Hull; F Gonzalez Jort. Sezond, Matanza:
't BiJore. Ky: Major loP!ify; I Hodler, Bt Charles;
I; W l'a rhall, G H Phillips. T I Clarke, W Kn -u
h1l, Dr 5i(.Veigh. W V Kemp, H V Hamilton,
Ih J 'Pope. exals; 1: Campbell. dou: Jn A Reid,
('.Lit .--: ( apt t ri: . r.u;s ivte t in; J Ouder.
deck, IR t'teulack, W RV -nback, Lewis Wallace,
IDeil, .a; J A Taylor, .1 M Tucker. Ia; J 1' Al
back, La: J ( Mason., Hantatitle., lexa-; C H
Hyuir, 'lax-s;: Ihuo. i French and lady, IauiDes,
Lua: P T it ,kmain, Piples, l.a: N Mit hews. Va;
1)r I M h, e lt f Va: J Johnson and family, Gslves.
to,.: I' F- rirni. 1h. M : a oGe J Eoner. B :leevillr : II
- init. tt lotuis. M; James H Marry, Text.: Wm
Sl'-tirke.i cit): W A S nigetuon, N Y; T F EaIves,
M Ilirl: T- T I , ,odwin r. r Mia Mary Goodwin,
-:% r 4 ', Iexar : J (' Tnorn, Itihrimond: Jan L
n I u. (,,o. 1ll WRdlluini Walter., Vick-.h rrC: Gr"o
A lit t'. rErs E A 1rlton acrd child, RM I iaties,
N 1: If. l' i--,t .Ir. Va: \ inm Binks, Mii: A H Dal
io, it! I O M I -idue anid wile, G W Jerrin:s,
Tlxas: (W lnuden, 'l-nn: R I. L !ckett, La; J P
Smith. (Opelosoas: W I) BHrton, Lafou-che.
...I ,:: 1! ,r!.--W tchlhtD, Luraut, Mic9: J W
11 ie. t c': J G;reen aid son, \I.e: "i Miacrt.
htrndir, Mars; DJ Walkr-r. Ga: E G 11 hIe.: J I'
u - .C ty; , A 'eti rkin a::d laly. Mi ,riehoue.
Le: 2 '1 lDu' rllh, It Lou-: ' V Willi io and
11<' V,- : 11t G0.rhrr, V t: Dr F Seynrrtar an
I e., 1.:.:: A Jordai. IT M Eulaiid. ,;: II ("
i. tr, : . .t.y Noutuai, city: l ii Vu t.l
,Iw. I a: i M. rurr iu. at i', anid riril, St I.uis:
I ' ( ' E L rt ifst . J : ,. 11:-' . tL I-- t,: J
(( I:,:, ,:. -LI t. au tou:,ty, \ a: V P .J' .ckl a u,
0) N l;rri c A a.
A New it i-Door IhrtsiK.r.--ln front of the
Opera lt.u-e la-t riglh- ia. sveated a ru--n i,u'ily
et gaged ti n aking dounhui .. ii ti, ute sad
p ,ce were rather sara'ige f r esuh an operation,
uit the oirsnn er oit lnlnrk thi-no a little ,rtra-,ger.
ieiri.a, iadf iro.w 'i--tI, f to in a h-aze Iu -k t
it di. ir ht , . it and sticky ; on the othe', a lhait
of Lot ot,'.ld trca-.. I rorni the dou -bnr, ket he
would take up a hand'ul, nio .id it tnti .c riet,
and tIet, itrop It into the i, as b hat er, whtre it
-y floating, gtti nr darker and darker, nrri'
tn' (ti trhey htcane trn-wn enough they were fished
, wit'h a triick. sprin' led with sugar anI p,!aited
S i.le oct a tab.e ready for the nI-x' ( u ,,merir.
,r. ',i a rd i i are c-llected vitniesaig the n iv
-i todie tl V. ni u rtlrtk buti,.ees.
A W\allt T'i i : I. is Tilt FOCKTil DliTHIt ..
1 Ir. I' tit r t. er-,, neer t ap crop snta an] tar
kt t.:, ;. it 1,, F n tb Di-tri -t., , aret c. Ily et ected
ei;r ith. Iiar ~dr ,rte :.airkt whi h bears his t aitie,
aCý. craiw M.7 fira b.in& Li L.. t.Ot iW
lain a flie bell.
1 r i- ; a ii- F U,' ' , ,i it , o r p ,r-tr was
irr i,.nt at the .-er-tirg of tlisi ini. ht id last Light.
H~ mi F- bt e as tll re n erectlun far otliters was
It I-c i eiml . aHd althl.uiile i he was uinable to re
i: ai:t to sin c!r-e. from the way the ballots were
runnir g it we pretty evident that the follown'ig
ierr::aneht r,'-irs woind be elected . R. . iad
llreldrn, bleecrs. I.andry and Rernard vice prei.
dente. Mr. Car(tenter secretary, Mr. Henderaon
tiracnur(r, Mr, Patton marahal.
i'Tu1 Ti t'i'E:ATtR5I yestersay, as shown by the
t!:i rnct.i eter at C. Duhamel's. ll ('anal street,
'rit y' i t, oer biii nvi:le aid Chartre= streets. was
as f(i- wie: At 6. a. 4. dereesa; 12 a. 34; 3
r.m. .trI; 6 P. X. (3.
Jois TIIour-Os, alias "Tobey," was arrested
st Ieill-ptait two o'clock yesterday on (irod street,
chargeid with attempting to tater a house on Per
Oirao stre et on the 17th and 19th inst., with intent
to riu n-it robbery, and also charged by the offi
cer wi'b committing assault and battery upon
him. It appears that Tobey had only been re.
letied tr( in the parish prison in the morning, and
about two o'clock, in company with one of his
ps!n, entered the dry goods store of Messrs. Kern
, Felllran, on BaroLne Ptreet, and asked to look
et some broadcloth, saying he wibhed to purchase
fifteen or twenty yards, to be sent up the river
ard used in the man.facttnre of live suits for wear
at a wtddrlig to take place somewhere above.
lhe clerk produced some which suited the cne
troe;Pr, at a ,rice o(f seven dollars per yard. but
fic lrr-g that there was not quite enough of it, sent
i ver to ti-i- other store on Circus street for the
balarce. M-!caLwhile the officer happened to pas.
arit Ih, king In recognized Totiey and his com
I:rrtn. l'e tl.erenprn entered the store and in
tirrlt.d the IrtprittiCors of the character of their
oest, it, r, buit was attacked red knocked down
ty Inrle . a horn he at once aI rested and brought
i ulcr ier te a bov- l charges. the accused was
tast eivetirng tie r(, il-ictt ,f a flattering iutrodue
trin tvI ('a ;-t. Ihi'i- (chlit f f i tee tiiisc,. to the
n+sen blt:d :embrs bra f the night and dJay polihc
A (I I:T PA'AI. A\I- .T- le-1.T.M.-RoMne
tine Is- ni-rnirer, .'eut. McGce. of the 20:h in
ianrry, It. u -tattirOe.d ct laton IRouge, shot and
kil:td a Dr. B:amnn. The circutnstances seemed
tI hi.ve been that the quarrel arose from Llent.
NMcGee' having heard that D)r. Braman had made
rintaks derrgaory to his repu ation, for which
le Ir rieded to Lorcewhip him. i.i.-ut. Mc ;ee
a Jn that aile he was cowhiding )r. liraman he
(Bre mrnIt madle a motiun an if to shoot. when he
ti;ew i 1 -'ti Jrd shfrt hm doal. The court
L.rtia I vinrr:r hir-d tire tetriu-,uy, an-l in view
if te I.. ti-'t a tiue hth tir n:at-l.it*hter hlid
lii- I--:i] : ae N' -. by tyhte ia nod jury,
, ie ca-e i cr to iii.. ttyel irth artlies ard
-!'i-:; ': r..e n Rit ii ,r I'-t- r r , I;I n. \yeri. O; l.
I|. t c ,I ( al t. i:r rtti~. ni.-iuhers of the cour: of
iial I-y.ve retur:red to the ( ity.
At ease-it T-ut was strreted yeeicriluy
I IIH g i lir t b e Ittgt.,OR i e cn Ilanmpsrt etri-, i,
-:,.li-u wth I alrng. airour the hour ut hali pe-t
1 A. ii i,-:rt'lriiui- e ,ttred it- re-i '.:n,. of
MI:. ,3,,ii (;rtl[a. Nr. 0r.: l IIr it rt I r-.et, Irtwien
ri-t(r w.tch, tw o k-id ch-ris, a (ult's revulve1
-,, , .i-r ,,rod en.
1he .r- i' 'Aa ,ade ly Fer-:en.t M! I snn, wi!.)
r-irt l.3 ati, r tIe iiltery took place hanunened to
,, -- tile r ,-" ir. ir way froi-n a fire which had
.ucurr.d iit ti.i citt -I tl D.sies aui Peridril.
Elrw-m-i, tihe lhii nth r, whi wa, . it is sid, dlo
ci ie-td a nd re ar.,z-d bh. ai iatr'lnte of the house
ire* ,an er l.o bsd Iirut- ry livii, with the lamily,
- r , ad . il. l., rtu e, hrwe er, and a lit of
t1e art.le a -t(llt. arec fI.rurl:ed tle eereant,
aid bMa niCi c(c iOhi t which the a accrd praesent
plar eit tIbr de mrg ,t Le floed.
TIrt - : cat., alter vlieiting one or two 'inses
fri-m wh;ch Teerk h.d moved, found hitr, a
mtered, or copyig a roomr in a h,.ase on the same
uteett where the robbery had been comlaitted.
A search throru~l the premlies threw no light on
-Le eul-ject, au.o revealed none of tbe missing pro
erty. Neve2.telees, actang upon tle positive asn
cettlon that 'leerk lhad been seen in the act of
cinrmitting tie burglary. tUse sergeant brcr.ht
bun m to the telation and had him locked up.
Tnr now of a white man waU ousad yrnterday
mnoroni flosting tn the river at the head of
EIghth street. 'lhe coroner was iafort.rd of the
Tri. RiLts vYani by Mrs. Myra C'.ark GasuL 0
Eleaer B. Beanae sad the Canr .dlito Railroad
Company, in the United States C' ourt, Circot will
oose up for trial on the 30th i'ast A jury pael
all be draw on the 27th ist.
Two Nasseoe atrel the house of Mrs. BS~_.
yarn, on Clara teet, betw en Gravler and Per
did, early yeterday moralag, sad rtole abadls
of clothig and about thirty dollar worth of
jewelry. Oieer Cone, who spied them making
off with their loot, gave obhase and red at them,
whereupon, dropping the dethsee, the calprits
made their escape by running.
rx.-COLLEC-TOR AND SBATOR Col. W. P. Kel.
logg, left last evening fur the Norah. The Repub
lican of yesterday says of him: " He has been
detained here by the delay in completing large
lnvestments in real estate. Yesterlay he closed
the purchase of fi:teen lrts on St. Charles street,
for whic he paid about $3),C00."
TnE Gi(;rocY SToas of Henry BCsaignmur, at
the corner of Dryases and Perdido streets. caught
fire yesterday morning, shortly after midntaht.
Before the games could be extinguished, both the
stock and the budilng sustained caceiderable
dasmage, which, however, issaid to be covered by
BOAiD -r" .tt1.EIIvaN This board met last
eveniig. iO: mri.otin. Mr. P. Kaiser took the chair
lPresent, ies.rs. Brady, Bognille. O'Brien and
Persou. 'Tie market ordinance being the rest
busi esse in order. Mr. Brady moved that it be
ret se.ctinu by section. Carried.
Tie oirdinauce was then read and adopted.
The tirst section provides for the sale of the tur
kc te, to tAke tllect from the lst January, 1't:9.
The secold section provides that the price of
the ed;, icanon shall be one twelfth cash
i&d tL.e balance in notes payable
to the sile of meeats, etc., in all the markets ex
ceipt the Vegetable. The fifth section relates to
the o. ir.g of the markets. The si-th section re.
Ii'es to vie cleaning, etc. The seventh section
deines the duties of the farmer, and his right to
i , Ilect dI, a and keep a register of the stalls, etc.
Ire e' h:h sad ninth are of no pati(alar im
jcraLvce. The tenth defines the duties of the
Co llltisnaries. The e!eveuth relates to penalties
f ,r cu, ru"v-ution. TLe twelfth provides thatfish
and vegetab'es may be sold through the city
durit.g all hours of the day. The thirteenth states
the hours at which the markets are to be closed.
T!e fourttezvtb, in relation to the sale of certain
articles on the stre-te and side walks adjoiniug
the mark.ets. 'hle filteenth points out the duty of
tl.e vvrstur. The sixteenth and seventeenth are
of co p rurvlanr importance. The eighteenth
provides tht t te farimer shall not receive or ex
act more Iees or dues tromn any party than those
dci r;ated. The niriteEnth provides that the
dues dishl be paid diily. The twentieth that no
onrerlnidtlie shall be sold from carts, etc. The
thirty-third section provides that the mayor shall
hi poUit ci. missarves at certa:n salaries, rang.
I; limn t:i0 to $i(V per mouth. The thirty
i :rvIti eo-';,n ielates to scales and weights. The
htl'ry ti'h the surveyor to m-as re and
ii.t:l ,er t:: !s and tables for the par
Fo e tof lxiog rates. l!4p thirty-sixth
priroides for i.e election of two superintoendents,
iove for lte Firat ar.d flourth D:htrir.ta ad one for
the. *,c nd and Ih.rd District-, at a salary etch
Sif 1: I r month, to be elected by the council.
Sle tl irtr rtev,. Ih aid thirty-eghth relate to the
ret e.l l 01 (t i :IL crcs iv cufli:ct witht his. The
l,,,i a>~ to t a U t al.d tLi ordinance adopted as
a wl o!e.
i ,e els:rnen stated that the board was called
tt c e tier thy ite puiir --e of acting upon the mar
1ett ( vi, . ." . i.ti iI there was no other bisvr.ess
t :n ;r vt,, to toe t ray cvt'd, he was readly to
r tcic a I :,.uti to adjourn, which was made
and tr;v itn .
livivut ofii Aý~-TA.T At.ne'ti:'.--The board
net '-t. tetCeric p';r.eant to au .-uent, Presi
dct it 1 it the chatr. Preenit, Mesars. llrten,
i rin.i!, 1.t uI, Ai'ker., Fisher, Rios%, Wynne.
Pen.. r'" n, Montgomery, 1Psnle;y, Morphy and
A- , i:, i' -e p'ovi ioug for the right of way fir
a ,(.tb e track I, ilirai(l n ('anal, Ha in and C ,m
O'vn ce :rets and t'alrhliton avenue to a p,,iut
of pt site the t, kland riding course and return.
v.tie up fr conv-ideration. but was linally laid
'ter tr:hui the x' n:eeting.
A revolu:ihn rre ticrg a readjudiication of the
co.ilyact for building, repairi g ana keeping in
ri :irr r.yw bridce in the First and Fourth D.s
tricts was adoittd.
A reolu'v,on for widening the Metairie road,
C('roll'o!n avenue and (ClIborne street was re
ferred to tie sire its ad landings committee.
rr ahrctf R ºt Y!ttfn 9to mar' providing for
list, ict, a here slides have occurred, wan adopted.
A reso,!ntion approving adjudles ion of contract
for vielling rt. Andrew street. from Carondelet
to Itrouvre, was adopted.
A resolu;ion pr viding repairs to the engine
house ot Fire Company No. 13. was adopted.
A resolution providing for ajoint session at 7:30
r. M. It r an election to till a vacancy in the Uuard
ti Health. caus.ed by the death of Dr. Foster, was
laid oser until next meeting.
A rcpcluti,n prowiing for repairs upon the
levee, at the head of Felicity and Suraparu
streets, was adopted.
A niouon was made by Mr. Farrell to reconsider
a vote taken about fvour meetings previous, laying
open the table a resolution paying to Patrica
McNamara 1300 for services as witness in the
case of Fox vs. Cities of i;altimore and New Or.
Motions to lay the asbject on the table indelei
itely and to defer its consideration until next
meeting were lost. A discussion then arising as
to whether the bill was not dead in the first
place, and therefore irrenarrectible, the chair
decided that it could be called up-l. e., that it
was not dead yet. From this decision an appeal
was taken, resulting in its reversal. The matter
A resolution authorizing the finance committee
to make necesasry arrangements for presenting
lasinms of the city, unless said claims shall have
been alheady confided to other ofliciais, was called
up, at d aittr some discussion, lost.
A .reolution increasing the pay of superin
dent of carts in the surveyor's department, and
deteruviovng the salary of messenger to the
stretta and laudings committee, was laid on the
A reeerl:icn providing for two cu'vert. on St.
Mary's rtest, near Camp, was referred.
A r aoutton permitting a contiunuance of Mrs.
Ristlh r' avoseage factory, corner of l.xth and An
nouclatin. was adopted.
A vri'iey if petitions were read and referred.
Mir. tFIhevr novved that a special committ'e of
five be aPlpo:vtcd to draw up a new code of
wharf orevnoece, to be submittid at the next
meestin. or as soon as practicab;e thereafter.
A reiolution - previously vetoed by the mayor
providivg for a cinutract with the i,,uthern Paving
(ompuvany. for laying down the Nicholeon prave
ment on Iace street, between Tchoopitoolas and
('cilisenv neteets, was called up by Mr. Farrell,
who n. .rd tiHat the veto be snatained. Th a mo
tI;otn was ,arrred, and Messrs. Fislher, Mnt
p~meri, 'livdeli., Iolse and Farrell, were ap.
iv fitele v!Ie contnitee in vilestion.
P:r. I'~r dly ca hd np the resolition providing
f.r rv;.i:tr g and kee. " c in rep ir the paved
vtrri.s oi iLe (,,;rth, litth. seventbh, eighth and
L.' Hi JIr ". A dinveston ellvied ui)u it, wanih
1 I n I:atd in a itest vote noon one if the ros vlu
t i'S, ItvIIIvtIc tu i'a defeat. The other reusolu
l:v a vwer" 1, Ct vt,' uti n and lost.
Mr. Farrell :hlen itr,: tvd a revic'onti3n pro
nh!1 ' tr .i resdjiii(iavivn if the cJntracts for
tiLe inre wt rk. It waes· sped.
A itivin to reinsider tie re-olnti)on paying
I) r. Craw .cur :i0. tor prof*ossinlal aervie. In
t) ree p.-j .lv:g c5s,'c. woo v..riie.. live renvlu
t;i i was ite put n:~un ias accoid r.ading and
~I . l i, T ( ti .Ioseph Arti ies. a
-tre It (Coonlla( 'toI Ior tie tl r~l wr l, of to Is City,
Irpvs !(fr a mraniHnuvs acinsit Thus. FI. Fl-ler.
ti., 'n',n , t ie t iitane ( vvlr:hitte of Ithle Board
,t .\s,|i!t;nt Alermen; John A. O'Brien, libe
ilai;fiman in the u;,nper board, nid . IR. Conway,
i a',vr of New Orleans, for the payment of a
warrsant, for work done, aminotnof to $'2;, lesis
tin pIer cent re'sained ia guarantee. The cu
Irctor sllePges that be ha' been engaged inue
elh'erwber lIst In the exenCtion and performaone
of the work on which his warrant is based, and
that the warrant hns been approved and siened
by the proper ofticer-the street oommisitaer,
med the chairmen, in both boards, of the streets
and land!rs iommtteII s. Judge _Leaumnnt orders
tine ftefvtCats to ah'w cause on Saturday, the
Firrn I)IartI CtoraT.--Charle Morgan, of
New ork, seues the New Orleansa, (lpeloesas and
IGreat Wtestern railroad for 2lt.,i80o, for the fol
owing cause: That in order to obtain meea for
the furtber costrctioel of the road, tae co,
pany. n Marheb 159, issed two theosad bondas,
dated April 1, 11, of $100 sak, wlth eight per
tent. interest payable meml-anslly, with ce
pens attached. each eoope. of 6he., or forty
dllra. the prietpal payable at the o'dmoe la New
Orleans, ad the latereet l, New Orleas, New
York or Lodoo, u the patds t mIght de'mer.
mtine by bs hlndermnt paymer,t assred by a
grst mortgage on the reed alrea'y 0ompl aedve.
tween Algiers sad Brwlek's FIsy, togeter with
the lad es whisk the NlAl is oegsr'aot d, and
alt sppurteasaees. rights sad franchiles thereto
belonging: on which bonds sad coupons Mr.
Morgan further alleges that be is holder of uapaid
shares and interest to the amount mentioned, and
pre that th. pert mortgaged be seled and
told to satisfykb cIum.
U. S. CouMnWtsroNZ WAnasN'a Cotra.-Nlcbo
Ias George. a seaman on the Britiash bark Anmel,
which arrived in port on Wednesday, wa ar
reigned yesterday, charged with holding forcible
poseaitoa of a gu on shipboard, and reisatitr
loapector ctf customs. Henry Kelty and Wm. H.
eaohham, in the dtebarge of their duties, by re
Iuniad to allow them to examiae the foreeastie
for goods supposed to be liab'e to duty. The
rase is fixed for examination on Saturday, at
Tur Nrw ia' r a.-The grand npernof "Willis'l
Tell " was admirably performed lIt night, the
opening night of the season. Wherever Monsieur
C'alabresi gives his attentivn the hand of the
master is felt. 'here may be a greater number
in the orchestra at the Grand Opera in Paris, or in
the Queen's theater in London. but it is certain thit
so sreater perfection could be arrived at in any
theater than was attained by the orchestra last
evening, at the New Opera House, under the
leadership of Monsiumr Calabresi.
'Ibis Maestro is, with his orchestra, what Gen.
Lee was with his small band of aC
----- every mam did
his dry nis mnore , The lang and unequalled
overture of " Willam Tell" was play with a deli
cacy, a tunefuvess and a regard to time, which
are beyond i.raise. The theater was crowded
with the ladles of the first fashion and the diliet
f'anrt of the Routh.
As the curtain rose, epeetation was on tiptoe.
Even the fair sex refrained from filrting their
tics in silent anxiety for the del-,f of the principal
fingers. Monsieur Picot. the tenor, who per
formed the role of Arnold, was with a last sum
mer, and his powers as a rare artist have been
fully discussed. Monsieur Peront, the baritone,
who was lt'llstin, Tell. made an exceedingly fa
vorable impression. He has, however, too much
of the lt-e ,,dh, too much vibration In his nlotona
tion. This continuous shaking, if it may be so
called, might be excused in a renowned singer,
but oennot be forgiven In one who is making, or
er deavorieg to make a reputation.
ions. Van Iiuflln was received with pro
lor.ped and enthusiastlo applause, as indeed he
well deserves; for a deeper basso, a better actor,
or a more attentive artist, cannot be found asy
where in the United States. His role, however,
was simply a secondary one.
M'I e Marie Huselmann made her frst appear.
ance as the Price.·s Mathlid,'. and Mile Ocan
vaux hers as the son of Tell. It ,th produced a
very favorable impression ; En:elmann being
generally acknowledged as accempliahed in her
vocalization as Prevost Segain, and as young and
fresh as Lambo'e.
The directors of the new tro:e were very ad
venturoua in bringing forward the chef-d ucovre
of Ioseini--the most d:flicult of all operas--for
their orening night. They got through triumph
antly, however, and New Orleans can now defy
the whole continent of America to equal, far less
to surpass her, in the magnilicence and the per.
fection of hler opera. The French and Italian
operas North, East and West mast hide their
d.n ,misbed I eads when they are compared to Cal
abresa's Ifrench opera in New Orleans.
Ly ('ait.ixs.-The five act sensation drama,
" Nobody a IDanhter." was played last evening,
hres Price suetaiaing the double character of
.1 ,.ny Ald i,o and La/ldy/ 'ct,, ./: h, with real
drtnatio ab :lty, supported by Mr. Gohay as
Ln aks.lr the detective and .I.yJc' Hllarker, by
M . btevers as lort-r Ct-rriugitgr, and by Mrs.
I'i. re as 1l ,ilie lhir.ski, the proprietress of the
gpsntblirg asloon. Harry Macarthy as 1',dily
ru·oe !jy in the comin play of that name, was also a
featuie in the evening's programme. To-night
( hnrlot'e Brw't's beautiful novel Jane lyre, as
d aratizi d, will be put upon the stage on the
t cer-ion of Mies Price's benefit, and we hope to
tIee a crowded house. for we judge the beneficiary
i ecu:liarly fitted to delineate the character of the
paeit ct. cororageous, womanly heroine whom
'orre r Bell has sent forth into the world of fiction.
M.as Price will also appear In the afterpiece as
lad,lnlrine. the belle of the Faubourg. To -mor
rr ,carthy takes a benoet Im
trrly eqn:illed it is aid. of its kind. "'iotl Play."
wil the yroduced with Mim Price u alect riol
tlo,, a character in which she has time and again
wcon unbounded applause in other cities.
A·oru.ay or ulcsc.-The attractions at the
Academy are numerically on the increase, and
the cosy little theater begins once more to assume
its former attractiveness. To-night the visitor may
witness Millie Tournuour in her perilous act upon
the swinging trapeze; the spectacular burlesque
the " White Fawn," and its ballet divertsement,
alone are ample repayment for the visit; the
funny local burlesque " Under the Lamp-post."
which was so popular last season, and a variety of
soige, dances and feats of gymnastics by Pastor,
Jetnie Engel, Evers, Hawley and Ralph. To-mor
row at noon the little folks will also have an op
portunty to see all these performances, and to
no,riow evening Millie Tournour, the queea of
the air, presents her claims upon public favor, on
the occssion of her benefit. The performance will
he a rare sand exciting vne. The Miaco brothers,
old favorites here. have volunteered to perform,
in company with Dave Hawley and Miss Millie.
So we shall have, it will be msen, a series of the
most surprising feats in mid-air. That there will
be an overwhelmming attendance, none who have
observed the popularity of the benefiolary can
V altrrivsl.-"Under the Gaslight" to-aight for
the twellth time. Many who have seen the ploee
once only feel an increased desire to witness It a
second time. Its thrilling Icense appear to pro
duce upon the spectator that increased longing
for their repetition, such as results to the hasbeesh
or opium eater from a dose of his favorite drag.
Miss Gray as Laura Courtland, and Vining
howeras sorkey, cannot fall to stisfy eves
the most crtlical, while few can suppress a laugh,
we Ilsgine. when Mr. Ryer, as the old stattoo
master. shakes his sides, and with his quiet homor
says, "nRunain away from a young man, are ye "
l'Te second "'Under the Gaslight" matinee, for
ladies and children, will be arive to-morrow noon.
DrATH OF 'tn A'RTIer hoDWARD HIIDnrEaarNsr.
The death of Edward Hieldebrand' leaves vacant
a speciaty in landscape painting among Euro
pean artists which will remain a long time with
out a worthy soccesser. This artist many years
sgo sttracted the attention of Baros Humboldt,
through whose iahenoe Hieldebrandt was sent
by the king of Prumss to Brazil. where be remained
many years. painting the grand scenery of the
oouth Americes continent. While thus engaged
be made one or two traps to New Orleoons. ome
thiircen yeats ago he came to this city with toe
,Intelion tol Iaing it a permanent home. bring
tog with hint from Germany a number of his beet
p:ctures. Blt he rec.ived no re:",.aagemeat,
and was. hi'e here, lot ebted to Mr. GOltgnoux for
studoo ro, m. Becoming eompletely disoonraged,
to elt his pict&rea in stlore and returned to Ber.
A few mnths after be reached his home he
achieved a wred-spread reputation: and for a time
became the fashIlo. American arbroad were par
tirolarly dcrz ed by .his brilliant colors, and
focked to his studio, and ooaseqnently he was,
even at etorir oo~ prices, unable to supply the de
wand for his work. In this strait he nt for the
pictures he had stored in America, oand sold them
4emreeely sees to the very p.r-oa who had
retufoed to purchase them is arew York at merely
As a iks- ."r regard to a personal rriend, he
sent t. new Orltans a pieture entitled " A Roo
set on trie Island of Madeira." There was extra
ornmnsry power daep'ayed is the glowing colors,
arid maNty spectators inassted upoo examining the
i s-k of tbhe plh'ure to see that the extranrdtanry
rtffect was not produced by the aid of transparent
c·avas and arttflicial Illukminatios. Tui tampor
taut work, unfortnnately for art is thais country,.
Sas purchased by a rich German merchant and
returned to (;ermany. The picture was literally
what it claimed to be, a sunset; and the illumia·
tion, inseed of beling confIned to a small apse
on the picture, was difeu6 throaghont the whole
canvas; even c'me darkest shadows trembled and
glowed wi h ;ibt and heat. One of the pointu
most remlarkahble was the fire is the middle ground
nnderneat', a pot contalanig the eventng eti Of
the fishaber iran presenti This fire was I ftll 'els'.
and evlieatly fanned ainto intwasity by e a risiag
evenir g breese, yet tbe lsving oosia sPiased blue
comrg.red with the golden hbae of tha gepatang
se .--N. T. Advertiser.
'Dr M. W. Boyd, fermerly e /lackon, Mis.,
writing from Bre, says lhW a are only two
drawbseks to the oestry, thl ;ratilians and the
ants, and they are easily ma d.
Byregato bed, t-I"a at 11 o'elock A. a.,
by amding nctio Ule - w rs 8y C• .harlas and
PsM srets, by hU . T. limi.