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E THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCENT.
VOLUME XVIII. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1869.---TRIPLE SHEET. NUMBER 117.
Pleal*a, srt to the peenIlar and lportas t relations
which the ast r, their peeauar orgentatilon, and the omees
they perform, are .-oJect to many fferings. Freedom from
thesLecon"lbute it no small degree totheir haponems and
Oelfare, for non-e iar be happy who are IL Not ealy so, bat
o 0one of there at. t.i Female Complaints can long be suffered
torna on withe,, 'olvla the geara heelsh eo thelndvrid
al,ºad oe long ~r ucing
PERMANENT S. .N:'S AND PREMATURE DECLINE.
Tor I it plea' to orrnsult a phyes'n for the reollef of
o s varion d e. a'lfections, and only upon the most
oerfent necormlt, a true woman so far sacrifice her grest
oetcharm sa to t,' ! The sot will then thanlk a for
plac+nt In their ' s simple speltfr wtlich will be tound
eOd ac, usrin re, and curnlg almost etery one of those
rotblesome corn; pecaultar t the sex,
HELTMBOL; EXTRACT OF BUCHU.
Hundreds mffe, g iI slenre, and hundreds of others apply
vaonlr to droggle' . I doctors, who either merely tantatna
t(le will, the ho ' s cure or apply remediel which make
then, woro I w. , not ish to assert anything that would
do Ilousetee to t.r p4eited. but I am oblged to say hat
although It may t, duced from excessive exhaustion ofthe
powers o l'ie, by - . ous employment, unwholesome air and
food, rrofuse me,.; - atlon, the use of tee ard c .oe, and
frnquer t chlldbirt. is tar oftener canmed by doroct irritation,
applied to the mn .. membrane of the vagina itelf.
When revlewin ' causes of those dlotrealntg complnlntr,
lt t most paiflt . . ,-ontemplat tie at~tendlnt e '-:s c ne
qnoet upon them. t s but simple Justice o the suje .t to
ean:erate a few the many additoUual causes which so
argely affect tle
LIFE. IlEAL". A'D API'I'IE~Nf S O, WO-"AN
I, all rt'se cof .- , and whlci, consequently, q0eet more
,, dlrectl; thI , ftre of the entire bt;ni o tan 11y. The
I a· a that ol.- r precocious educnt:,n and mrnrrlage,
cane tthe years " .. .ltore deslgned for corporeal develop
ment to be wantel n ,I perverted in the restrainto of d-ess,
tihe early conftit.-: of school, and especially In the n
bealthy ex.iteut.e -. tLhe ball room. Thus, w.tL the o .Ay
halt clotted and t.oo L..,d anda.y eaited bypleaosre, per
wertlng In midnu. .I -el the hours deslgrea by notcre fr
leep and rest, the t ,ie of destruction is hlf ac"on mphiad.
In consequence , this early strain upon her system. on
aecessary effort is r-,nired by the delicate v0....ry to retain
her situation in e s, a at later dy, thus aggravatlug the
eviL Rhen one e x nr nnt is over, another i.1 prosp-ecttve
keeps the mind m- y sensitive to impreston, wile the t
now constant restr r t of fashionable dregs, absolutely for.
bidding the carrecl r 'cnil!penmable to the attinnment and re
tettion of organic ' .hi and strength, the exposure to night
a r, the sundden chanto of temperature, the complete prostra
Moon produced by r ' -.ire dancing, mast, of asceslIty, pro
duce their leg!tim a, . ct. At last an early marriage claps
the climax of mi, rt and the unfortnate one, hitherto so
utterly regardles ti.e plain dictateu and remonstrances of
bh r delicate nature ', omes an nid llng satjeot of medicaJ
treatnment To Is Ir I ;a truthful picture of the experience of
thonsands of our y,- t:." women.
Lon tbet. re the ,' ii y to exercise the fnoetons of the gra
erativre organs )tl require an educati- n of their peuiar E
aervc. re stemr, e-- 3 d of what toi called th' tissue, which
S e, In cor-mon w:, t-'e female breast and lips, evitnotly
onder the control .i; r- ntal emotions and associations at an
early porlod of lire' ):. 1, as we shaU eub nently msee, these
emot, nt,o o beh ex , .e, lead, long before puberty, to hebie d
which sap the very -, of their victims ere naturoo s self- fl
9'ompleted tLrlr doe -!se. n
FOR FEMAIE WE.AKNE'A AN,) DERIILTY,
WhITLe. OR LC'" "RRH(EA,
Tlu PROFUSK MENSTRUATION,
T1- i.OF); CONTINUED PEIl:ODt, \I
TCR PROLAPbiht : :WD PEARING DOWq',
j' OR PROLAPSUS UTERI,
tk OFYbi. THIE '" S. PERFECT BPECIFIC KNOWI:
Helmbold's Cor pound Extract of Buchu.
Directions for Use Dii"l and Advice a-"onpaby. a
FEMALES I "VERY PERIOD OF LIFE,
from Intfamy tooe a old ag will and it a remedy to aid
a toreiu thedtch it fancton, ou .To
Ito - I'l
t' l-EhOflt t1 4 ' GLORY OF MANIiOOD AND
lUEMar 5irMl EXTEACT UIUCflU P0
L tb MORE eTRIt'I-L.NIN'1 TIIAN ANY OF THE Lu
I'Il',I'Ah ? 'sb OF BARKi OR IRON,
It, initely 1'--. " oid 1iro i't-,.t.tt.x At.
TEELMBO.l EtXTRAcT HB('IICH .
3Jaonng roCived ta. neomeot ,,f the meett premlant phy
obtna In the o'l , - tc.. , tI nn w owrnrd tl r, uif.thd h
aiatnity o a tCl.TA stL Ulih ior teo 1,l-,wthg dh-ooo and It
wmptomt, frcm inc- - cause orngtaalng:
*.. n:d l'Lyoot Depressto,
General I-r'tabil ty
4 Y544e i' faid 'enty, .
a4s of Appetite,
ltor,a00ttion o0- ye's of the Organs of Goene·rtl n,
PaltsL goun o0 the ITlo n, in fact. ail the eoma itante of
lte~onst and Debthlr i state of the syst
TOIP tRT T! NOINE. CUT TIllS OUT. A
1,r E!LBMOLD' . h.RKl NO OTHER 30
Sold by Dmrn ,c 11- Doaler evrerywhor. Prctre $1 bi
Sibotlt, orl six hb , f r$6 Sf 0 Delivered ti any asd-es, &
nr-t-·e lxpt~ o i4e - communicxtlons. Addroues Loi
H. T. T. HELMBOLD, Th
DRU44 CIEMICAL WAREIIOUIE, i
3eh*edwm, New " ier n
om are gernutie 'o dean upi steel-engraved wra Dc
r, wink f *c Chemloal Warehens, and signed htl
P, T. :,l EJJ.M.5 01
THE CRESCENT'S DISPATCHES.
10 PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
bt The Manhood Fuffrage Amendment.
R'IETI'I:N OF" GEN. GRANT.
TEXA'.; DIVIDERS COM'NG.
as- JOHN B. t URRATT IN RIO JANEIRO.
loe PROTEST AOANNST ('&NOW IN THE
Donation for the Lincoln Monument.
w THE 81, L REMOVING OFFICERS IN VIRGINIA AND
et DEATH OF A MEMBER OF THE HOUSE.
Wd AWunI TON, Jan. 23.-The House Is discussing
Boutwell's manhood suffrage amendment.
on, The St nate, endeavoring to get up a manhood
stilrage movement, found no quorum. The Sen
t ae, ate eernse loth to take it up; an effort is now
, per ding to make it the special order for Thura.
to The New York Chamber of Commerce protest
so against change in the bankrupt law.
A resoluti,on donating a cornice for the Lincoln
nronument at Springfield, Ill., passed.
Tre judiciary committee reported a bit de
clrairg vold the contlacation of property by the
're Tlie Sbeate agreed to the House amenlm .nt to
7 the jinwt reColutien for the removal of oliicers in
Virgrn a and 'Texas who cannot take the oath,
' and to a further amendment, reported by Wi;son,
P extending the pros sioins to Mississippi. It goes
s, back to the litce for c,,ncurrence.
mSherman's railroad bill came up but was post.
pt The death of tird:', M C., was announced
fer frct tie Floute and the thmate adjourne 1.
1., X:er --l't ertlre cno wa. devoted t) the d;s
tinve-n o.f Bcutwell's bi!l for manhood sultrage
a,,d tie enlorcement of the fourteenth amend
O i e(at.
io (;rneral (rao:t returned to day.
be tile" 'ihes troim I 'xt ananunce that the dole
gre ation of ,even, elected by the convention for the
o uIrp -r. tc ccmni. g here to urge the division of
- Lt IH. Surratt is at ,ii, de Janeiro.
THE INiURRECTION---RhBEL ADVAN
RIOT 1T A 1HEATER-INTENSE EXCIT:M;NT.
Shots I xchanged Between the Volunteers,
Police and People.
SIlATAvA. Jan. ':;.--It is rep,,rtod that the rebels.
Sdecetivlg Voalmaseda by the small force lan his
Sfrot t. atre rovitg westward In large force and
h.e reach, d Villa Clars.
Steamers have been engaged to bring Valmaseda a
aid h;a tories back to Havana.
Itanelers are annoyed by the severe pa-oport
'the Itink del ('omerceohas resumed. sugar M
HAVAN.A, Jan. 22 --The steamer DeSoto from
New York for New Orleans, arrived here to-day.
HAVANA, Jan. 23, A. u,.-Seditions cries ccur
red during the performance at the Villa Nnosa
I ht ater last night-cries of " vira (';s.elde-.."
Manory of the audience commenced singing a revo
I utainury hymn, when a formidable riot en-ued. The w
volin'eers and police exchanged shots with the
pe,,l le, and many on both sides were woundedn.
There is Intense excitement here and more riots
are expected to-day. W
FROM ATLANTA. m
A Rule leaned Against a Colored Clerk or
ATLANTA, GA., Jan. 23.--ince the introduction g'
of the resolution by Bethune in the Georgia Legis. gr
lature, propoesng to submit the question of the th
eligibili y of negroes to office to the courts, the
following telegram was received.
SAVANNAH, GA., Jan. 22d, Isie. i
To Boa R. . Laster, .nasr Wor
A rule under quo warranto has been issued A
against White, the colored clerk of the thathrn 7i
-uperior Court. of
(Signed) Jlt.tr~' HaRrtprne.
'ibis is the case suggested in the resolution. re
FROM MONTOOXl0 ET Gt
Coaee emal. i.
Mos-rcciovr. Jan. ?23 -In a recent press dis
paich from this ityt it waes stated, upon the
au'hrity cf the ('olumbiana (;uide, that circuit te
.ludge Pielliam had decided that the Alabamia s
Le-g 'lature was nct a legal body, and thait Wm.
Ht. Frroth was not a legal governor. The dispatlch of
cirreI tly relpree-e ted the statPment of the pipr at
referre d to; but the facts in the case are these: ,
A o rcarty in the offee of probate judge of
>Ltelby ci only was reported to the governor, who
was require d by the Constitutin to isole a com- p
inircion to fill the vacancy. Afterwards the ques- me
tlon arose as to whether there was really a
vneanc-. In determining this question, .Judge
IP haaii docidtt tIat it the va-'ncy hid n t i
',c urred in the ntanner prescribed by law, the tir
I ive rnor'i commiesion designating anothi r man
hI r t e it c vas nuti ard vii. Tl'he decit-in re
'1 ,:, was t, the val,tv of either the egia- ic
: 11c govercir'a office.
The rIsstern Questieo- boltsea eoftlh lave
Tr.de (.Cosidlresd by the INpanisha ,ei a.
tewr - ]laRinforcement. te r ltulee. h
loiiti Jan. 22 --(;r ek aschesiin to the pruto
col -w re-u ot siceed '-r--' '.
etr:ng the abshlituU of the e!ave trae bhctwen th c
I'i rCies. transports with revtt-iemnent for Bil
liuce are reerly trldy to sail The nx.e: ti:ct Irt
aw l ieed at iantrc:u: de Cuba.
RIVER fIt, **
V-c,0ii ai,. Jan. 2I.--Psaed up M ;ile \,'e. n
D r n: Mar) I u-.tn at midnlight, and t!:,, .,i. 11
c1,I i at noon. l:iver riing-ten feet b-:uv hh 51to
l..i !-. ILLE, Jan. ?2.--Weather '!ear and till, re
i' vet lc.lg : nrine feet in the canal. k
FROM THE PASES.
NoT'TInwayT PeAs. Jan. 23-Noon.-RaRBOw~ne'o r r
30;15. V. ild north notheast. Arrived :Steam co
ship Cres ert City, Wrtr, master.Jrom New York,
with mnerchandise and Danseneers. to Wood, L iw and
& Lndwigsen: bark Victoria. Moertens, frorl and
London, in ballast, toE. F. Stockmeyer. ailfed :finil
Steamship Agnes, barks Asterls and E. 8. . nd
Sotrnwavtr Pal , Jan. 23-- P. M.-Barometer abl
TO. Wind north northweet, light with rain. Ar- Sti
rived: Steamship l. C. Harris. Lockwood. from ral
uiGlveston, with merchandise and passengers to y.
'. A. Whitney; bark Olbers Herman,f Herman
Deike master, sixty-three days from Bremen, In
ballast to Mommy, Lutting & Co : schooner Ematna, e
Good tpeed master, six days from Boastan, with as
fruit to G. Grande. sailed : teamshflos Austin
and (Concordia; ship Astronom; bark Tejuoa and
schooners Braso., Paoseer and Plant.
PAas-A-L'OTlTax, Jan 23.-Wind northeast, very
light. The steamer kl a Morse peased up at 2 P.
M. The lighthouse steamer Geranium is a the bar
puttmg down buoys.
s S. SAKUara.
Losoo N, January 23 - Noor. - Consols 941
IEta Bondes 7,.
LtEvRPooL.. Jan. 23-Noon.--Cotton market
easier; not lower-uplands 11I@ll;d., Orleans
llr(gil'd. Sales estimated at 12,000 oales.
17. LivaaPooL, Jan. 23- &fternoon.-Cotton market
quiet; uplands ljtll;d., Orcains 11i@ltld.
Slal to-day 11.000. Turpentine 30s. 6d.
PARIs .3an. 23-Evening.-llourse closed strong.
Farrsae Tr. Jan. 23-Evening.-Bonds closed
firm at 7?I(;79n.
BAv'R, Jan. 23 - Evening. -Cotton on the spot
is easier. but not lower.
INw YoRx, Jan. 23.- Cotton market dull and
dec dedly lower; sales (0 hales: middling. 2rj@
IE 29c. Flour moderately active at. noon advance.
Wteat very firm. Corn unchanged. Pork $30'4
30 37. Lard firmer: kettle render d 2020!:.
Turpentine 55e5fc. Rbsin $2 500 50 . Groceries
ai d freights steady.|
t. hw l osr. Jan. 23.-Money decideily easy at6
Q7 on call and 7ij9 for prime bus'uess paper. The
bank statement is favorable, showing a continued
ND inlrease Ia loou and am tonerase Is denests; loans
lncrease $2 616,000; specie decrease $39 000; cir.
culation decrease $13,000; deposits iccreaae $t..
(16 000: legal tenders increase $1,095,(00. Sterl
ing quiet, ', !tj. Gold firmer, opened at 136
and closed at 136j. Heavy shipments to-day
Snearly a million-is looked on as the com
menctn e t of an active outflow of gold, as cotton
and other products are above limits of shippers.
Fng Exports of the week, $1.100,14. Gvernrments
steady but quiet. coupons of 1541 11.'()ll12 :
od of 18 ;2, 113i 1131; of It;1. 1i,.._40ll1 ,: ; of 4lri.
eo. 110®l@104; do. new issue, 108gl0-, : of 1i67,
ow 10l,'lr ;.; of lss, i'r +!10Cl : 10 40's, 107i: r
ra. I8. Sate securities firm : stocks strong. Sub
treasury balance, $46,600,000.
'at Louis .t 1L, Jan. 2'3.-Toblcco- !les 179
hhds. $.(iCI7 for lugs to cutting leaf. 'I t'on
)ln 21"c. Mess pork $3.0 ., :1. lard 20c. Balk-
Sihuldera 1';Ac , clear rib sides 1I~c , clear sides
le- 17c. I:acon-Sholders 144..,clear rib sides 17Y;r.
he clear sldes i'c.. all packed Hnoerdoe flour 3$
Si1. Wheat $1 75,41 ".. Corn e03,. Oats 6,Uc.
to Whisky, raw. free, $1.
In ('I"St rATI, Jan. 2: Floor and grain un
h, ch;nged. ('ott.,n 2"4c. Whisky i7lf74J.:. Mess t
pork BFIj 'l. Bulk meat,-oouldes I ;1.. sides
s ,c., clear rih 1.,:., clear sides llc. tltoo-
i-th lders 14t .. clear rib sile- 17c., clear sides
t, 17 c. Lard l0c. I:ttef 330c) ic. t
bT. Lou<,. Jan. 23.-Tobnc,'o steady and nn- r
d chliangi . nuperline floor $5 3U@oi;. W teat, fall, t
$1 4(r5.1 70. 'orn 707l1c. O)ats 50U,2gc.
' Pok $'11. Pulk ineept Sh tillers 12i '., clear
rib rides 15;. , clear sides 1;.r. Hfam 15c. I
d- bacon sh,,on.er Ilc., clear rib sides 17: r , c ear a
rides aLd sugar cured hanms lic. l.nrd I1..1'5oi . a
Mon: i.e. Jan. 23 --('otton n limited de nand. a
e- Te nmarket closed dull and easy. Sales 5;) bales. a
M, Miodlings'27j. a
Arntlvrl at the Prlnelpal HIotels..
R WitFia I, i ttlarke andw".'e,
I J Nni an. M-,h,'. M Watt n.
Mairs u,, J.a, ,t',r. iax. ,
liiit R ith ii Iden Ira H A thebar.n, texr
11 V i., Lars., (Camel a, \o Per(,t. La,
air Wtikroiu city, J M eare, Uaqaeaton,
x- ii Loeri oad ans'r.o., .1, >i A nrk. M,., h
J M Aord -,. A T ('ran-, wtfe and 'v L,. t
SA HIiore. N,, ". rMtag n p Luos,,
J McL-SI, A a It, Mel.tob 0
t O Moler a . ,11 E K rly. ,ez s"
r W 1 Ma) f ,kd Tex .,. Nhieklerord TeV,
.1 (C HK l e lue, d,, w N-,wmln, Nrw Y,)ork,
() FW 1n d. '.'". IH P T.,,n, ra I atI.
Mrs Car(:oa ad iwo dcLdren, J T Reynolds, U A;
Tr,,. .J A nnd Aa-.
F T Phil fps, I:n T W P, lard. Tux'.
r H( .': oI:, rersie A T'. T-on and wt', .
F: IE ,, rat roua R Hard, La;
D' ,iu. J A MSen I*: a
TJ! Onl."eing teo,
n 'n Poth M so, i onoi. ii t
a. 1. wad I rrye , A' Ilrnm ton. r Li,, N t ,
is brlllmies. trl atb J a Dmr tep, l.n o
d Johul n., it). (il Harrti Rivd.
S A ii . .lu,,ir Hidr i ,, .t, h
M e Frllyer. Mi-e. .o . Wewth-rly, (:tyt
ilt a t hesrk i, an . hoe t o t. Mi e
i. ele lark, o " In f, alt we K u t, e M e m 1 c ,,
wMs ' e tter , se td eei t, coud aT alnp,, Mabo
wri's, ,treit r t hR.a w rs it,, b
oMr '.rel Last.d e. N Ali, 'aithn, sa, a s
n J ir on,-r.,n, O,:e anbd ;gld. h . Iorun N a, re
M4 1r, .1 R Fears and chl,
Tee Or l .-- iast even.ingW by far the largest t
nce of the season, an one of the very d larges d
ae e ever saw, was present at the Opera House to t
witness the first performance th se, ason of " Lar i
Belle Helene." In fact we doubt very much in
Swheier the receipts could have fallen short cn
of $2500. e tbal, the audience wea one of the rl
most brilliant that has ever visited our temple of w
music and fashion. " La Belle Heleno" was suong
r with much more trait. than usual, but outside
of uManCes Lambele Alhaizt , the singinh g was t,
Sgenerally very inferior. \e will note that the of
grand burles que trio f the third act was sung for
themeBt time in this cty, and eshould continue to s
be ncu, fior it is excellent. On the other hand
Iily ,c's soung, n" 1 se I'lud al" in the same act,
was omitted, possibly to lavoid fatiguing MFdame n
Alhsiza, wrho, according to appearances, needs
e lc,,t T,,,,rnt.. To-night "Juan of Austria," one
of the rs:ennt wrt-ar, ler a v lne'ns., most,, b
ren, a'kable dria . On Mionday ther econd per- i
iformnce ef "la telle pieas. h aunrd shortlye it
Verdi'a to the m eri y omeo and Jabioyl t le,
SGob nod s st on tmosition, frti a N hk sewi re'
tragedy, ad ffenb arcch'i ftortun iio's as mn, are
rdu r cdrPic TI..--We aciknowled e thero.ur
teo ot itr, tt'one to the Ead cwhat hc, and remeh'e
baito elie n byaPelican ire i'-mpany No.r 1
of micrr, on rrext .'Mrday erienng, 3oth i. in,
at the ,t. re'harlnes ; os 1Rot, tiersi. The pro-s ,
anrd of the biall are to ae appsied to the purchae I
of a e t i re engine. If the result be at all pro.
ndr i,,ate to th e merits of the Algiers boys, It he
ma be eo ct aed threat deli, an o. eifl turn out
r.axt 4h cf Mlrmh iitiha tlrt ,ilas steam maehitne. d
iat i* al, t wel irh ofile r itil tt thei irtha 't
noag ne lrd _ (rtte r hsr m o he I
"res. fil dirpose of s-ador co-a. h( w-ilt c tert
i in t f mtrerrs pr c'ic .r to r. . ,l ' , I ,
I F. aal etttr . Rttonl. e h i i
stioe treoeLdfun reoelutri in tre hricgeg of bae,ts
arec dpoeris Tdoe -i a great ewure to the large s
Ik it be at all Iothla'e ma ws:a1 tihe sayt and l~ i
ahdie n,dazrt eane brcia dtown pri :e, aehul fb,,ru
Blrchazine gnd :,,( Graoler s:reet, esewahee. Ytlr
itoak of fine Utri. -Thirt cebros at very
reduced prices. Th foe hrlo dr,, Ir. Wpa!sEring
anod grid iell thatulating t b e ays. andit- o
thfin the to bnei knoi Lsens had better ieke owl b he
advice tfld examine ths etmk and pr:edn eelfrz ti.
sugar can form but a alight idea of their imoortant g-.
value until they have practically tested them. this
Mr. W. D. Levitt, the originator and patentee, bbs
No. 166 Gravier street, bu a number of them dici
ready for dispoal and for which he wil acept the
UtUanf·carer's prices. dial
stin Jo au nttut utce.
very To MoR.ow NIGHT the ladies of the Third Dis
2 P. trito ilaugurate their fair for the relief of the
bar schools of asints Peter and Paul and for defraylng
in some measure the expenses inocurred in folnish
ing the new parochial church of Father Cornelius
'Moyniban. Considering the objects for which the
fair is to be held, we but echo general sentiment
in wishing it unbounded success. Not alone does
944* it deserve patronage from motives of charity and
benevolence; the intrinsic attractions of the fair
rket itself will be found not unworthy of notice. The
sans ladies who have projected this enterprise have
lent themselves to their noble work heart and
rket soul, aid they do not intend that with their visi
1d. te rs sball rest entirely the onus of conducting the
afeir to a successful issue. The preparations are
ang. most e!egant ard complete, and those who yield
their quota in this worthy cause will find them
tsed selves well repald by seasonable enjoyment.
Among those who have contribtled largely to
pot make this entertainms nt unsurpasadble are Mrs.
J. H. Wallisme and Mrs. P. Bradley. These ladies
and are to have charge of the Hiberniaa table. The
+i@ open handed, warm hearted natives of the Gem of
ce. the Sea who are residing in New Orleans must see
1Oo4 to it that their almoners are well sustained. In
;,. addition to their usual attractions of good things
rica to eat and drink, which are to be offered at mo
derate prices, a bag of gold ($100) is to be rallied
atl, for a dollar a chance. To the firemen and their
lbe flieurds i held out a special inducmanent in the
ned share of a set of splendid silver moeated parade
es barness, to be voted for.
cir. All in all, this fair promises to be the most bril
It.- liant of the season; cestainly none could be more
erl- worthy of support.
136 lrt ~s,.Ecz Lonner 1 0. O. F. gave a grand
9- dress and nmask ball at Odd Fellows' Hall last
ton Isuht, which would compare not unfavo-ably
ra. with any given this season. The toilettes were
m e a egant, the maskers fantastic, the fancy dresses
tatefol a. d the music superb. The attendance
too, was more than ordinarily large, and alto
j getl.er the ball was, as alreacy intimated, a
S Ib'v IOI RtIlarris wish to find evidence of the
increasing prosperity of cur merchants and citi
79 rens generally, let them peruse the mercantile
on columns of the CRtEs-CET, this morning. 650 bar
rels of pork, sold iaot evening on 'change, at
les ptr-es varying from f30 to $.32, for one item, is
rather a good showing.
'IIARITT HROStITAt. -We are indebted to Mr.
'. M. Tonico. chief clerk of the Charity Hospital,
i- for the following report for the week ending yes
a terday the 23d inst., at 6 P. U.. viz : .AImsions
e 10 f i: discharges 7R: deaths 131: reiaisinng bti
Swhites, ,7 colored. Total 713.
es FE'tAN MAlETINo.-There will be a meeting of
thLoe who enrolled their names on list Monday
in- night at National Hall, held to-morrow (Monday)
.11, evening at the rooms of the Hibernian Benevolent
c. Society, on Gravier street between Camp and
ATr Mgazaie streets, for the purpose of completing
tc. the organ'zation and electing ifli ers for toe en
ar suing six months. Mr. I:reunan will be present
and give close particulars in ref, rence to tie in
id. side woslu of the brotherhood. Irishmen who
as. are interested in tLe progress of Fenianisn should
Tnu TersaaMumz yesterday, as shown by the
thermometer at C. Duhamel's, 11l Canal street,
lately cornrr Bienville and Chartres streets, was
as follows : At 6 A. a. . 4 degrees; 12 . 54; 3
P. a. ,59; 6 P. t. 55.
THi OsI.tiWas BaiL ROOM will' present a lively
scene to-day between 11 and 2. There are to be
ha I a dozen wrestling matches, French, Etglih
aLd Amerian; and two or three encounters with
the boxiDg gloves, together with fencing, etc.
The fancy as well as amateurs of the nobler art
of fencing, will be plenty as blackbeines.
AN Eva WITNEs of a quarrelsome scene which
occurred yesterday in the Legislature has furnish
ed us with the folloaing statement :
At about half past ten o'clock this mornircg
Ger. Flood and Dlr. Moore were standing against
the middle door of the IH use of I:epresentatives,
a d seemed to be dispuoing. [it appears, from
all acciounts, that Flood wa, in the habit of mak
ing mruney in some official capacity which he held
in tie tarsh of Caddo.] Ithe following words
passed in n y hearing.
Fl/ooed-"You told Ites on me to G(;o. Warmoih
c r.ceinl;g my making outey mn the parisS of
I r. M',~'-e-"-+1 did not."
S'd--. on are a liar."
\\, rerePul. n Dr. Moire placed his hand upon his
revover. and the postmaster seeing him do so,
went for a M. P. and had him arrested. IDr.
hMoore is jcst from Shreveport. and during the
late canl,.:ign headed et eral mobs in said parish.
It PR. J s. A. MASo-, residing temporarily at the
Cry te,,l. Iut a ieitor in the city, was knocked
at do(,n 1 y two men while he was passing along
I ( ommon street. about 7 o'clock last evening. The
a miuSic esnts robbed him of a poceet book contain
h ing $15, and were making off, when officer Culli.
Ioan, attracted by the alarm given by Mr. Mason.
rt c.:me up and succeeded in arresting one of the
e portie~, who gave his name as John Williams,
f when brought to the station. The other, with the
mowu y, escaped.
e .1 FIRE sitOKEc OrT, in consequence of a defec
teve chimney, at haf-past eight o'clock yesterday
na nrning, in the house No. 30: Second street,
e owned by Mrs. Campbell. It was, however, ex
r trigui~hed by the inmates and the police with but
O siaght damage. No alarm was given.
d Cna. EI.TIs AND NICHOLAS TIInoAs. colored,
were arrested yesterday in the Second District by
eirgeant Malone, charged with having stolen live
e bairels of tallow from the steamer Clinton.
e CATr. Eit;gwoarH, in charge of the sanitary
branch of the metropolitan regime, yesterday dia
covered two offal carts dumping their contents
into the Galver Canal, in violation of city and
SLealth oldinances. He sent the carts to the
a Se MI A DeMAR ANi M~AnPN yesterday ar
Srested a ,l'niro man. named itoherr Armstrong,
,ipn he et arge o01 baving durint the previous
oight ,rantted the robbery of two gold watches
t, m hle (sre of A. i'. ('leve land, E'.., No 13i
T;rdior 'reet. The watcltes had beern left in a
5 desk, bot il the nmornis g this was found open and
t lt vac:tes wete gonle. Tlhey were not re
covered with the pIrsoner. The 'a-ne otiters
alo ertested a conl ied mar, nrsed (G orge lHall,
charred with stealing a watch from a lodger at
a Irvn's. on Gravir street.
Ft-u TIRRE DAn-r Coroner Avils and his excel.
I ett deputy Eapinola have had nothing to do.
'O HAVi BEAERN IREUtESErtD to call the attention
.f the asteet commisssonosr to the bad cotdiiitsoo
i f the levee at the foot (,f Ili-neilie street. Ir is
g, id that cear the snugr platfor n it is almost im
I'ca tble f,,r ewn onladen vehicles to rirculate, so
0ev; aetlm tt rats aid nitldhol's. A simple men
tci cif ttie fact will probably bring immediato
Ien.Jedy to the evil.
A crl,,:- , -cnv creid Alfred DInny was ar
rn tic I'- omas ,'st 1.t- n'.ht. ch lrgd wi-l
isbtaenit g hoe collars worth of groceries, un ler
falte pi terats, irom a store near Poydras Market.
TtFRE woA< NorsT-t,. before .lUiie Aboil of the
Firtr 1etrct La uurt y'terdoy worthy of : ecia ,
rte tii h.
TLet rame Iry be , s- .f Irorder r;as'ino,?
rc rt. with tie exr i.e , ot a lO'g ani t-doOl s
charge n, te li- a Ily uh, k.eep a hotr. on
S'tartres 5 reet aa:Cke! her hslt brother, whomn
S. e are's to s-f h: v , - oi ,'s .:Id an I severely
, -irc 'a t1 tit ., '(-i'O- . *'li, os-e was
, i I, o .e, ( -i' ty lt-r :,irtn er exarmoa'isa.
I.tiLY YE'TFRDAVY MORNI , abhoult 1 Oelookk
'wo hbrkslwtr tIhi;Fee r hke soto the grocery store
< i:rs. Dohisn tt'r cr erof Itry.d.a andTriali
strees. asl rtter is-aling twoi ,Iltlars, all the
toney fortunate ly that they fntnd in tiee d-awer,
'ere leaving the pren:mises, when officer lMoore
dis(ervted them and gavUe chact. Tce men ran,
i d cne of them turring fired a psiol, the shot
t-kirg no efrect, however. cOf-er Moore fired in
retlurn. but the thieves eaeped. t
A nov . alanE.O-P, Bon B , aged about sfx
yeers, fell through a hatchway in a stable build
ihg on 14 shington street, near Dryades, on Fri i.
ivy afternoon, and suoataleo such iojuries that
,ioubts are entertained as to whcther ne can re
cover from them.
U. 8. ('1-rr1n ('ott-- it (,, noy, .._The bill
of complaint of Juste t;arcia y Leon alleges that
he is master of the Spanish vesseel, (;allego, that Bi
he was proceeded against on in the Seventh Die- M
tr:ct Court of the parish of Orlein, ai risc. for fit
tie recovery of seamen's wager, amounting to
S7-t ; that judgment was rendered against him for
this amouot, and its collection attempted by
Sherifl MaxweU; that complainant denies the jrit. tb
diction of the court in the pramises, as havring no
sdmiralty jurisdiction; wherefore he claims that,
the proceedings being illegal, and he having been wi
disturbed thereby n his busdiness, he hasr sffted tri
damage to the amonnt of $520. He therefore
brirgs stit against Judge J. Wharton Colleas,
Sheriff Thomas L. Maxwell, Mariano Galoean,
is Joan Oliver and Manuel Pipian. Also, aking
he that they be enjoined from further proceedings
ag under the judgment aforesaid. Hyman, Wallace
h. and Bandlin for complalnsat.
oa UNITED STATI8 DrBIaTcr CoCRT.-The rule to
1 bond the tobacco recently setsed came up vester
at day. District Attorney Morgan for United Stat-s
SJ. b. Reuse for c!almant. District .torney Mari
gan, in opposing the rule, olered a statute of aot
of 1864, which gave the sole power of bondiag to
t the assessor of Internal revenue and commissioner
of internal revenue, and in the face of this statute
id the court decided that it could not act in the mat
ter. Rule to bopd dismissed.
le E. H. Ssmeyer vs. Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines. In
rtLis suit, brought for recovery of value of im.
p'ovements placed upon the property of defen
d dant by plaintiff. Judge Durell yesterday reu:sed
himsetl, saying he should try none of these cases.
The jury in the wine cases. whibh are set for
trial on Tuesday next, the 26th inst., was called
if ForrTn DISTRICT ('caRT--.,idge T77,eir.-The
re epecialjury in the aose of Udolpno Woltfe. of New
a York, vs. Barnett & Lyon, brought on injnn.tion,
to rendered a verdict yesterday after a long delay.
- 'They sustained the defendants as far as regarded
d damages, and decided that an injunction ahoa!d il
ir sue against di fendants restraining them from sell
e ing cr preparing " Schnapps-Wolfe's." Plaintiff
A to pay ewts-each sid paying its ow lawyers.
IxF zr DLsarcIc Corar--8tate of LouIsiana,
ex-relation Widow St. Romes vs. Southworth,
reci rder of mortgages. This case came on yes
trrday, Alfred Phillips, Esq.. for plaintiff. Messrs.
d Horner sad Benedict for defendant. When, after
it bearing pleadings, evidence and counsel, and the
y law be ing in favor of plaintiff, for the reasons
e already assigned, the court adjudges and decrees
i that the mandamus prayed for by plaintiffbe made
e peremptory, and that M. A. 8outhworth, recorder
P of mortgages for this parish, be ordered to rein.
a scribe, according to law, a mortgage amounting
to nearly $13,000.
John West vs. Miltenberger--The jury in this
case yesterday rendered a verdict in favor of
Slaiotiff for $14t0, with interest from judicial dei
t InE ('c OF TrIE STATE vs. Francis King,
a charged with the mnurier of Patrick Butler, at th.e
cu t r c.f Erato anid Front streets on the afternoon
of Scday, the 10th inst., came up for examina
tron before Assistant Recorder hblelds at 6 o'clock
last evening, but after the examination of one
witrese for the prosecutiol, was, owing to the ab
sence of others, continued to 1 eduesday, tue
The law abiding citiz-ns of Crittendcn ,iin'y,
Ark., held a meeting last Monday night and
pledged themselves the cri ters of the law, if the
militia was withdrawn. (;.,v. Cl(.yt)n has revoked
martial law in Woodrff' conty. Thi Memphis
.\valenebe of Friday says:
Many Arkansas people are in this city. Eighty
of them were registered the o her night at one
hotel, and hundreds of them are at private places.
This is a time of year when frmners need to be at
work, and when p'ople n-uu!ly are making ar
ragngmenrte for planting thrir crops. It Clayton
will remove the militia, all will be peaceful and
well. No people in the world are more peaceab e
than our \,kanvas friends. Martial law has been
proclaried and enforced without cause or
precedent. It was Inexcusable from any statd
point and will forever appear so. The people
could hale organized themselves and swept the
militia trim the face of the earth, but rather
then ae-suLe the appearance of evil or iv a their
ei s ne.' ai.y pretext for calumny they submitted,
I atu ntly hoping their good conduct and innocence
would he a sufficiTent vindication, but. like the wolf
that charged the lamb with stirring the stream,
Clayton eas raised a hell in all his dominions
and then punished the good people for crimes
committed by his own wicked agents, the
untamed militia. Arkansas refugees in 5femohis
see but little to encourage them. Wuile they
are exhaus.tig daily their imited resoaroe. they
see a prospect of a militia despotism on this side
of the river. Every day gives promise. of a pro
clsanation from our dying governor which shall
involve Tennessee in the troubles which have in
jcrtd A.khL as more than any year of the late
war. Whetl er Tenniereeans will be as meek
under the rod remains to he seen.
The ledisaT War.
,.ATIERI(i. OF ItNDTI N AT FORT COlt;--LFTT;:a
FROM BEN. IHA/.%.
I he president of the United S'a'es Indian c m
mielion, bas received the lolluwmug letter frum
Major Gen. Hazen :
HsOtIQt arnTeR SroTIntRN INltIA DISTRICt, 1
F'cr Cons, 1. It., Nov. 10. lo;t.
To it e Preiadent of the tUnted States sldian Ciommuaion.
,,r-- wou;d respectfully call the attention of
y( ur crnimmuieion to the fact that there is collect
tog at thl: point for the care and protection of the
government, under my direction, some 5i000 or
10,(00 of the wild Coimanches, and Kiwas, and
other Indians, who, of all those upon the Plains,
have been least affected by contact with the white
man. The purpose of the government, here and
elsewhere, being to place all these Indians upon
lands for permanent homes where the evils
so loudly proclaimed against them can
not continue, and where he will
ultimately become selt-supporting. Feeling that
the purposes and intentions of your commission
are humane and worthy, I would most respect
fully suggest that one of yeuar number, or some
person chosen by you, come te this place, ac
cepting my hospitalituee, the coming winter, and
here study and learn the condition and wants of
these people. Here an intelligent and true rem
edy may be found for tie evils that surround
them. I will further say, that practlcal miasina
aries of good moral rharsctrr, who should be
yIoung and active, of the following avocatlon5:
lari.er. Lcure bulilder, gard era, Itrlllterers and
cattle raisees, with such sids as will enable them
to ilotruct in all these braunches, can do much in
the cau-e of humanity, and assist greatly in so;t
itg the true plroblem of lndian armesuratuon. Very
trpi ctIl.l3l, )uur obedient servant,
Commandinig Suthern Indian D-atr;ct.
AsetLher ]ba*hville Cave.
TP"17 tFMtiNs OF 'IIES AND PEOi'lEt Ti CT LOUR*
Ik A ii 'i iAiD LENTLRI t. AGO st ttti l i o
a Fro the ;'rev., and 7T r . 1'
T'wo dais gno anaidvento.,,i us ttll,.nt e.ntOret
'- ccv- whii'h is known to run under oir ciy, JuI
.V'a NashviHii-, near the residenlce* of Mr,. limes.
.n knos lis strct and I aving traveled in a south
t r!y oirectin' for over a nil;.e, unt! he fuorlf hhin
*tit ulidcr the bLll on . Lih FI. t .Ncgley et ul, he
(c ,n;irrrenced a rigid explhratimn of the inteiour of
the cavern as he returred.
He bonld earthen vW~s In proflaiman. some of
ti tnt- t mact',- eiio Io to ild a fiarrel o' water,
Ii' ia toln a stone tOft ci Oir triol us, n ma
te. t !ori on the outoade asod seven f,.-t n,, 'he in
side. It was laid upon a ns 'ural leluo of rocbk.
alto bi te ccr:aim charactir. ot th ri 1e of it
wi i-It I.e wts uiralie to dlt'cipher. Witrio was
ii'it Ig ,ut a tmt!l rl ri',! tC ii t dlt: an i ablnit
h. f a, In,'h < t ti ;ty riud. ':-.. t , tt l rYgtl (r
at cl :o er-, wi:h \try ),2 a.'. l. oi 5Jme curt
tf cr I p't. ate iati'erial, S eC. lhe t surtd us is
i-itt:rt. - l ti, h the gravent ihir I,-r ar yet r
,itat. lig bLe. Pe tro,,ghtt Irith frc :n thii g .vu
if centurtes several s;,eitieons of h' dismov-r.i,cs
v.bt 'h are no eas curions than woundertul. fie is a
Oiiii g preparatins for a serina of explorations.
H hich Le antends to extend over several weeks. I f
'lhey will be uLdtrtaken wilth it vi w of writiig I
an exhaustive ar "eorrscet ec-tr urt of all lthe
ar i : t gilcal remains which are to be found around
thls city.: t
(;o. Alces makes cigars st his immense eotal- r
lI.lt.ient, on Raanpart stree, as cheap as the p
c.espest in ary a:arket, and as good as any made in
by Cabarga of Havana. al
New York prices for the celebrated Grover &
Baker sewing machines, and no charge for freight.
Machine warranted for five years. Only machine -c
fit for families. 1x2 Canal street. c
Public excitement knows no abatement from
the it. Louis i:otunda novelty.
Ttere are two periods in the life of man, at an
which he is too wire to tell woman the exact on
trath; when hae i sa love--ead when he i'. a
ore STEAMHBATMEN'gd uNIsN.
age A BAIQUET AT TEE ST. oALB.l
to The seamennual meeting of the Bteamboatmena'
ter- Union, which laoledes steamboat captains, pilets,
tns clerks, etc., of Pittaburg, St. Louis, Ciocinatl,
1,r Louisville, New Orleans, and other places in the
great Missislsippi valley, having ololed their lalers
per of the present season In this city, the New Orleans
ate delegation, before parting with their guests, as
1t- sembled them in parlor "P" of the St- Charles
In Hotel about half past five o'clock on Friday even.
im. ing, and after as hour or more spent in iniereting
ren- conversation, the whole company were.uahered
sed into parlor "0," where one of the mo:t sump.
tuous tables that could greet the eye was spread.
Iled laden with the choicest delicacies which tisw Or
leans can justly boast of, from the plump Uallard
the duck and mellow pippin from the Nortri to the
few rich bisque and suoculent grapes and golden
on, oranges of Southern climes, the whole served in
ed the most elegant and costly vai.aselle, o beo chef
et d'," urr 'tes of silver and crystal of variega:bd aol
ell- ore, and which beautifully reflected the soft glow
ti of the lights in the magnificent candelabra whick
were profusely laid upon the immacalato white
a damnased cloth of the table.
e, It would be vain to attempt a descriptilo of all
re. the dishes, or the pleasure the writer experienced
rer as he savored the delicious bisque, or sherphead
the r Ia Normande, the flets of duck, bathblng i
bee vheir thick sauce pIrigueux, the croquettes de vo.
ade lille sax truffles, the omelette suoft)ws, or the
ler Charlotte Russe. The appended bill of fire will
in assist in conveying ano idea of this superb re
past, worthy of Epicurus :
his al.IL or FAI:E.
of Oysters on the half shell.
1-' Corprp-Bisque, d'Ecreviseea, vegetable.
i /h--Sheephead s la Normande: fillets of trout,
b O ' i .d isles--Boned turkey with jelly, aspic of
on ch cken with truffles.
•. Joits--Tenderlolin of beef i la financ '.re, tur
,k keys stuffed with truffles, capons a Ia toulourainae,
,e bsacdle of venison.
b- ]:tre.lr,-Filets de canard, sance p rrgueux;
ne cadlle a la royale, ca'ellrtttes d'Agneau a l'At.
Lineie. grenadine de volaile anx e:alt poi,. c>to
lettes de chevreoil,sauce bigarade : croquettes de
volaille aux truffles.
rioend Course-Boast mallard duck+, roast
'y sipe, broiled quail, broiled teal.
,d l;cetab.s-Cauliflowers, macaroni r ia Mile
he raise, green peas, spinach, anparagus, st.-ag
(euielette sotfllte, ice cream, Italian cr, un.
fie Frui's of tie seasun.
Cafe et liqueurs.
.ty Necessarily such a dinner could be complete
ne only by being washed down with choice wines, of
a which there was a constant flow. Among them,
Sbe it said to the credit of Mr. Hall, the host of the
nn St. Charles, whose effort on this occasion was all
ad and more than could be desired, we will mention
e a white wine, poured after the oysters, which sur.
en passes by far any'hiug that we have tas:~l for
orma ny a lcng day, and our only r.gret is tht we
failed to obtain further information conceronlg It
Is from our white-gloved and cravated waiter, than
to it was " hoyster wine" and " very hauncent."
or As the inevitable Krog frap(` boisterously an
'or ounced its presence. Capt. John Sinnott, who
1, presided over the banquet, announced the first
CO regular tast : '" The Mississippi and its Tribe
'If ailes," which wa responded to In a neat and
n, pointed speech by lion. A. II. Bacon, of the
°s Picayune, who had occas-on to refer to the neces
es sity of a reduction of the wharfage dues and the
6 facilities which should be of red to the steamboat
' business, and drank to the steamboat men and
iy those connected with them.
, 4 The President " was next given. It de'olved
e upon the Bon. E. L. Jewell, of the Bulletin, to do
0' honor to the friend of the Stouth. Mr. Jeowell.
ri with his accustomed eloquence, expatiated upon
°- the excellent characteristlcs and heroic conduct
te of the president, during which he was frequently
k interrupted by applause.
The next toest in order was " The Steamboat
men of the West and South." Capt. John A.
bStevenson responded by giving an interesting his
tory of the Stesamboatmen's Union Benevolent
Association, and expressing his nstisfaetiou t the
excellent results which it had wrought l the
benefit of the individual members and to ouomnsroe
o- " The ('ity of St. Louis and its Representatives"
m was responded to by Capt. Gould. of St. Ijuls.
who made a few brief and pointed remarks .ºppro
piate to the occasion.
" Louisville and Its Representatives" flund a
witty Interpreter in Capt. Robert Kirk, of nrais
vi le, who concluded his remarks by widaing God
)f s eed to New Orleans.
t- Mr. J. L. Murdock was next called upon dt an
te swer the toast " To the City of Cincinnati lad Its
ur Rtpresentatives." Mr. Murdock said that maony
d pears had elapsed since he was in Cincinnati, but,
s, inasmuch as the diffidence of the true repredsenta.
e tives of the Queen City of the West madelit his
d tleesant duty to answer the toast, he regretted
n that he was not possessed of Ciceronian eloquence
Id in order to do his subject justice. The remarks of
SMr. Murdock were marked by more genuine wit
II than is usually dispensed in so abort a tims as
1 he took to utter them. We are only sorry that we
a cannot reproduooe them here. Under ansptnsion
L. of the rules. Mr. Murdock emptied his goblet to
e the health of Capt. Geo. H. Kirk, superintiudent
of the New Orleans Assoiation. This gentirtmu,
d in his turn, arose and answered the omliecut by
f disoorbieg upon the tmsoessful operations of
stesnamboat asnesociatios throughoat thire United
d states, and proposed a bomper to the "itteam
bormtD en of the West."
"1 he Press" was next in regular order. A voloe
having called for Col. J. O. Nixon. of 'he CUass -
cc.r, the colonel thanked the gentlemen. and on
trthe pla that Mr. Mark F. Ilhgney, of the Times,
as an older newspsper man, aird shouid there
fore answer for the press, which Mr. I;;rouy did
a ith hts accustomedgrace and earneriro, re
citing thie strrng interests which bind the pIrrinter
sin the mteasnboatmen, to whor New t, leens
waotld owe much of Ita foture inevitable prosperlty.
Mr. Bigney then drank to the commere of the
barts of the Misissippl.
The relular toasts were now over, b it the gal
Jnrt and jovial prelsident, Capt. Johns 'ulott,
c-lrId notreprees a desire to propose i t as~t to
. t' r.'." to respond to whi'h he called 1non
C(ol. Nixon. A few words were obtsrn,. f-own
1ihe c!or.el, who referrid the ruerts t > , \. Q.
Kennert. of the firm or Ksnnett & Bell. t, r' .pond
t it! e sentin ent, s Mlr. Kennett conld "', It mnore
Justice than hLimull, but this gentleman ex 'n-'d
iL n srel on thle gr' nod that it wouid take hrri days
ti rxerees all h. would e.sy of tee better i ti of
nrnkind, and called upon Mr. GAJslee t, r:p.ace
him. Mr. Goslee called apon the sturdy but
amiable Capt. John W. Cannon, of thelt,t. I.
Lee; this game wenton for a few minuootes, rans.
it r rich nrirth, notil several voices caled (Cpt.
iub, Krrk to his feet. The captain, whuse Ie
vtont r.marks htd been of a pleasant an wi ty
chraracter, no(w changed his tone, and witu rsait
e rnit strets (lulgrted the steamboatmen of the
\ ,licy 'if tLe ,I isisiippl, whirm he sail tIl. ':eple
<t the East wtold represent as a setof f,3rPrrs
does and tnt-throats. The " c',mmerce pr New
c'rians." wase the sentiment proposed by. Capt.
k:rk, and heartily drunk by LAbe asstidblage.
(;lCt. '-'lerson iollowed, in a pertinelt speeoh
relitive to the necessity of areduction of te rates
i f insnrance upon freights, and asking tbh Board
t! Il'erwri'ers to dispel from their minds irntgi.
nsary risks, which the St. Louis underwriter' did
net consider so great as was evidenced by Iheir low
I figures on marine risks. Capt. Stevenson 4hen
proposed "The Memory of the Dead of the rnaso
cla a "' which was drunk standing and in llenre.
Mr. Barlow J. Phelps then rsspondeq to the
toast to the merchants of New Orleans, qf whom
he is rnie of the principal representatives.
tentimente thereafter follwed sentllynts'to
remember all of which is simply beyoad on
porer, and the cejoyment conoinued untiuiso hite
in the night that the forms of the (carscer were
already closed for yeeteeday's lsue, whiceh~ I our
excupe for deferring the sceount of onei of the
pleasantest afairs that have taken place, s this
Ihe delegations from the vsrious ci "pre
sented at the banquet bhave now abot all t 'se
ci'y and, we hope, with the impression th thir
frrIrds of the New Orreana Steabo es's
U nion Henevolent Association have at I t
deavored to make their short stay ame us a
Our mindividual thanks are due to Capte.- nott
oand Stevenson for 'parked courtesies. The tare
our beet wishes fr the welfare of the '.t
asociatioa they reprsent.