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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESCEINT V
VOLU E XVIll. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1869.
THE OCBESCENT'S DISPATOHES.
W I GTO 4. C
PROCEEDINGS OF CONGRESS.
SI.;E FARHRAqUT AND KEARfiSAGE
BILIA PAMED. r
Ev,,p ceele Couzt--31 ilitary Orders. T
Ihe Army Appropriation Consolidation U
,j THE HOUSE VOTcS TO DISCONTINUE THE OFFICE
r, T E ARMY BILL--THE CONFgRENCL dt
BILL ON NAVAL AFFAl . A
RELEASE OF SUSPECTED FENIANS IN l
F rotection of American Interests in Cuba.
!The Dry Tortugas Prisoners.
* GRANT'S HCUSE PURCHASED FOR SHERMAN BY HIS
'IAACIntNGTON. Feb. 19-Noon. - 8enate-The
* tii irgardinr Fa: rgut'sa capture of New Orleans
passed and goes to the president. it
* The bill allosing $1'40,Ou0 to tne Keareage for t
tLe destruction of the cruiser Alabama alao
passed, and goesto the president.
The House is considering the army appropria- 'l
tion bil. a
In the Supreme Court, on motion of Evarts.the I
certificate of division from the District Court of
Virginia, regarding the Davis case, was dismissed
on account of a n,.heprsequi in the court below.
The amendments in the army appropriation
bill authorize the president, after March 1, to con
ýolidate the infantry regiments to thirty, consoli
date the artillery and ordnance corps, consolidate
the quartermaster, subsistence and pay depart
ments, and to rednce the staff as fast as the re
daction of the army permits.
An amendment by Butler, discontinuing the rank as
of genural, but continuing that of lieutenant gen- G
eral, was adopted by 57 to 56. T
Oppo ing the reduction, Garfield said that not C
a day passes without petitions from the Sonthern a&
&,t.iteb for more trops.p di
WAsnHINTON, Feb. 19-Evening.-The House ti
considered the army appropriation bill. All
amendments reducing the ordinary appropria- al
tions were agreed to. An amendment adopted as v;
a substitute for the amendments reducing the
army provides as follows: That the army be re- ir
duced to twenty regiments of infantry, five of L
cavalry and five oelf artillery. No new commissions w
shall issue. R:egiments will be consolidated as re
rapidly as the reduction of officers per,.its. No ci
appointments or promotions w:+l be allowed in p
any department of the army. The bill passed. ei
This action defeats Butler's amendment discon- S,
tinning the grade of general of the army. It
The conference report on naval affairs was ti
adopted. It forbids promotions or appoint
r:.ents until officers are reduced to the required T
zumber. Becess. I:
,, .',s .-A bill was introduced repealing the
law luing the general's headquarters at Washing- h
ton, and compelling the president to issue military
orders tnroclj him. The Senate then considered w
the Indian appropriation bill to adjournment.
A full cabinet present at the meeting today. fe
Mr. Thornton to-day handed Mr. Seward the L
following dispatch trom the British government:
" Inform Seward that orders have been given
for the release of Costello and Warren."
Seward, replying to a letter urging the protec
tin of persons and property of Americans in a
'nuba, says that at least half of Admiral Hoff's
feet is in Cuban waters, and that Hoff has been
lrequently and fu:;y instructed to be vigilant and
bs'ie in extending every proper protection to
The application for habeas corpus for the Dry e
Tortugas prisoners has been postponed at the a
instance of Evarts, who will not be ready till Fri
day next, when the court will hear argument.
bherman's friends here have purchased Grant's
house, including furniture. Possession will be
given March 5th.
General orders number G, orders batteries M,
2d artillery, and E, 3d artillery to Barraucas, Fla.; c
the 11th, 21st and 21th infantry to Texas; six
companies of the 6th infantry, now in South Car. a
clmna, to Missouri, and the 44th infantry to the first E
military district, to relieve the 11th regiment. ti
The reconstruction committee was engaged to- b
day considering the removal of disabilities. o
The new tax bill covers 600 pages.
Dempsey, of Dempsey a Tools, who cowhided t
Duncan, the patent office clerk, for giving evi
dence regarding the stationery contract was fined
2c0i and imprisoned ten days.
hootlta olf the M. derer.
MDtPnte, Feb. 19.-A fire last night destroyed
three tenement houses on Cadzystreet. Loss $10,
i(. Partly insured. The flames spread so rapidly in t
the houses that the occupants barely eecaped wih a
Thosa. 1i. Leonard, ex-county trustee, who was
arreitued in New York a tew days since, charged
v.ith forgmg county coupons to the omount of
$I.,JCO, ar;rrived lherte to-day and wes lodged in
John Davis, shot by the Arkansas militie at
lound City, Arkaneas, on Saturday, oied on Mon
day. The perpetrator of the deed was arrested
by the militi:, triedt by court martial, convicted I
uesday and shot on Wednesday. 4
FROM ATLANTA. 1
The Ceoordst I ganrislture--Mtloortty Report
o- te Governor-4r°nservatlve Repubtlesl
M-- eettl Urken I p--TobaMCco selzmre.
ATLAr*. Feb. 19.--ln the House, yesterday, a
oember ot the finance committee preented or
n.:otrity report on the governor's and State treass
tre.' imtrogio, which was read and adopted in
U lru of the arslority report, i to . The minority
-popcrt states. that after careful analysis of a mass
ac trepmoey tcle facts nre developed that the
governor expended $;,j.000 without precedent or
authority in law; that the amount did not pass
through the tcreasury and was not drawn there
itoir, in the usual way, and the first notification
te treasurer had was min a statement of the baILk
account of the State received January 9th
The report calls attention to the tact that the
governor did not, in hi r annual mesage, nor
since, ot;cially communicate to the legislatore
the facts connected with the unanthoriped expen
ditures, that the item for heating, licrhting, car
peting, furniture, etc., mount to $0,750, lieaving
$l:+,000 yet due :nd unpaid.
It says that the farnitura of the Milledgevlle
cpitoil is serviceble for present use, and that the
outlay of $50,000 in fitting up a building used for
State Hotse purpoes ten yeas only, ws simply
reckless extravagance, and that the Legislatnre,
last sesion, dLt tt refed to enuthorie the
governor to. peuh.e heating and lighting 5oero
rntus for the temporar capitol, and the governor
acted in direct violation of th e will of the Legisa
It am oend the treasurer for the course lur
s..dby.m ays that no emergency exiYG de
Sandit1 the 'governor' etraordiuarY depeare
fr law arn.d the e.om of th e eiuttive ef the
ftrto; lthat the 1S. 1 set forth develop the necee
city f . ...rthet legslatiOn for the ecraity of the
itresf, end rs.oniletid that no appropriauton
-e -ow made to ootVaF the $60,000 s -p-_ded.
structed aco@I0l to law, and who spport the
ircomini ,.ao0m.at._f^ wss broken no by a
racked crow led / b ' Attorne, General Farrow.
acdga crowl leo plued~d .In the chair, and amid
- uger c inign rolution were read and
adopted, declaring that Georgia was not recon he
structed sad that Congress has not kept its pledge lo
to houthern Union men. cl
Dr. Bard, of the New Era, supported by leading l2
conservative Republicans, entered an appropriate, 14
solemn protest against the usurpation of the ex- 55
trenists in thus gagging and throttling the true
purposes of Republicanasm in Georgia, and brand. de
ed the pro.cedings as inimical to the beas interests di
of the people of Georgia. and of the Uoion: and G
calculated to drive from the Republican party T
many who heretofore opposed reconstruction, but lii
who are now wi ling to accept it as the most di
rect road to peace and good government. de
At a subrecuent meeting, a resolution was in
adopted to hold a meeting on Saturday night. ti
To-day a resolution was adopted in the House le
tendering the use of the hall for holding the meet- 5
Assessor Watson and a government detective
,eized 426 boxes of tobacco and l6o barrels of 41
whisky for violation of the internal revenue laws. c(
The Moethers Press Ceaveantln. M
MonimLs, Feb. 19.-The Southern ,Press Couven. I
tion to-day re-elected A. R. Lamar, of Georgia, c,
pres;dent; M. J. Williarus.ot Alabama, vice presi
dent; A. W. Reese, of Georgia, secretary and C
treasurer; J. A. Euglehardt. of North Carina, F.
A. Dawson, of South Carolina. James Gardner. of
Georgia, W. J. Ramage, of Tennessee, W. W. ni
Screws, of Alabama, and J. Armstrong, of Miss
issippi, directors. at
The board of directors were authorized to con- pi
Wetefereser bm Vem ortrUews sselmeme. d
The Board of Trade and citizens have been pro- B
fuse in their hospitality to the press convention. ai
Death of Col . Waler Brooke. PF
Vicger- so, Feb. 19.-Col. Walker Brooke died B
suddenly at 3 o'clock this morning of congestion cl
of the brain.
The Massachusetta Legislature on the Ala
B.RToN. Feb. 19.-A resolution was introduced
in the blassachusetta House de~claritng that the i
ratification of any treaty which does not concede m
the liability of England for the acts of her pro- tC
tog(,. the Alabama and her consorts, will be t'
spurned with contempt by the American people, et
and would be dishonorable to our nation and un
just to our citizens. b4
FROM HAVANA. A
Ports Closed-Rellroad Burled by Insur.
gents-Troops Harassed by the lnsursen.s C
Appreheasteas of Cbhlers-Apant.h Insur hi
gente Captered--More Estates Barned
HAVAA,. Feb. It.-Ports without customhouses s
are proclaimed closed. Dispatches from Sagas Ia si
Grande, dated 17th, report no sugar in market. cl
The insurgents bad burned the railroad near La p,
Conices. From Maeuzaillo, 14th: A column had ai
arrived from Bayame with 1000 women and chil- in
dren reiugees. Tae troops were hara~aed the en* m
tire route by the insurents. ti
HAVANA, Feb. 19.-The city is being cleaned in lI
apprehension of the spread of cholera, which pre- at
vails in the eastern department. al
Seventy Spaniards were recaptured from the di
insurgents. Among them were Udita, nephew of as
Lersundi, and tie ex-governor of Bayomo, who a
were captured soon after the inauguration of the
rebellion. The authorities hourly expect :000 u
chasseurs of th, Spanish army rom Spain. Ce.- as
pedes had a horse killed nnder him in the recent Ir
engagement. More estates have been burned in n(
Sant,,t o de Caba, where the cholera is iacreas- y
lig, twenty more deaths having occurred. .Many
troops are in the hospitals with cholera. pi
Sugar is arriving rapidly at Guantanamo. ae
There were three clearances for New York on toe lii
13th inst. tb
The insurrection will reduce the crops 20,000 it
It is considered improbable that any tobacco M
will be shipped trom Guantanamo this season.
Gen. Baldey Smith and Sir Charles bright sail re
for New York on Saturday. Spanish Minister ol
RIoberte sails in next steamer. ci
FROM EUROPE. ti
Deeree of she Cortes-The Conaaresne FPla n
lakes Its Work-The Timeb na the Melee. Ii
Selo of she Alabama Treaty. p
ltoDIts, Feb. 1¶9.-A decree has been issued es.
tablishing uniform legal jurisdiction, abolishing
ecclesiastical courts, and modifying the financial B
administration in the colonies.
l'atas, Feb. 19.-The conference met to-day.
The reply of Greece is satisfactory. A resolution s
was adopted whereby the great powers reserve
to themselves the right to protect the lives, pro
perty and interests of the Christian inhabitants of
Turkey. The representatives signed the proto- G
col and the conterence dissolved.
Lonoos, Feb. 19.-The Times says the want of
a definite basis of arbitration will reconcile the d
English people to the rejection of the Alabama
treaty. The Times adds: " We have done the
best we could. We have gone to the very verge
of humility to secure a settlement. We shall a
now wait for propositions from the new adminis*
FROM THE PASSES. r
SorsnwtqT Pass, Feb. 1,-Noon.-B rometaer
30. Wind southeast and light. Arrived: iteam n
ship Austinm, Farwell, Galveston. to C. A. Whitney v
-: Co. Mailed: Schooner Angelins.
P'A-S-A.L (1 THt, Feb. l,.- Arrived !ast even
ing: Steamer Dudley Buck, Pendleton, Havana,
via Florida ports, sugar to F. W. Perkmns Co. q
norrwser P~as. Feb. l---Evening-Barome- b
ter 29:l0. No wind. Thick fog prevailmng. No
arrivals aor departures.
I Vtcrsrao, Feb. 19.-Passed down: Garret at a
11 last night; Legal Tender at Loon. Up : Bia
Smarch at midnight. River stationary.
CAtlo, Feb. 1.--Passed up: Norman at 1 A. x., I
I Olive Branch at 7 A. M. and Minneola at 11 A. x. .
D Iown: Sherk at 3 P. i., Rubicon and Virginia at i
4 -r. . River rose ten inches. Weather clear
Mso Ptiil, Feb. 19.--Weather cloudy and war~.
River rose ten inches. Departed: Pauline (Car
roll for New Orleans. Foroythe for Vicksb~irg and
Mary Erwin for CIncinnati.
wI.UtIVIIL-, Feb. ,lj.--Iiver stationary.
bT. LcUio, Feb. 1,.--1.ver swelling.
Ka E WxIT, Feb. 1S.-One hundred and thirty.
Sseven refugees have arrived. More re cotnno.
a iLMi9oTON, N. C., Peb. 1-t.-Thie schooner
S am. Eddy. Capt. Cathcart, from Georgetown,
r . C., for New York with lunber for the govern
Sment, is ashore on Frying Pan shosls, at the
mouth of Cspe Fear river, and water loged. It
n is thought she will go to lieces to-night. Tae
Scapteain and crew were taken to Smithville.
S Lomot, Feb. 19-Noon.-Consols '3: Bonds
" • Sugar active.
SItvr-.oot ,Feb. l--Noon.-Co'tton flat. Mid.
I dlng uplands 11 '.middling Orleans 12'. Sales
5(00 bates. Sales for the week 43 00'0 ales, of
we .hich 40n0 bales were for exoort and Ob.o hales
y for elae,tion. Stock 277.'iO bales, of which
oI.000 al-es are American. Flour 23g. Corn 32s.
SMaunchester markets heavy.rnoon.Middling up
Ltv-srooL, Feb. 19-Aftero dn.--Soddking afl
lands 11d.. mlddling Orleans 1. • c~ .ot
S300,000 bales, of which 125 000 bales are A\meri
can. Lard 7ts. Gd. Turnemnine 32s. Gd.
A ArE, Feb. 13.-Cotton opens quiet an
A [ trA, Feb. 19.--Suar less active. No. 12,
Li"I0 re , Feb. 9-Eening.-Cotton drll;
a middisng uplands on the spot 11jd., afloat 11id.
be * ::"trleansI3d. Ss le 0Obales .
I-lo6d the Bank of England Increased £u2.000.
an. New Yer. Feb. 10J-Evenlng.-Cotton lower;
ie sales d100bales. Middling uplandi 2-i1., closing
n4 new whitte BeL8r, good, 1330.; yellow 33. Port
heavy-old $;2; new $32 30. Lard heavy aad
lower: kettle Iji.20c. Whisky quiet ani on.
changed. Rice alnt. Sugar excited; Porto Rico
13Arl14e.: Muscovadn 12,134k0.; Havana I3S}
144c. Coffre firm. Molasses dull. Turpentine N
55r(u.55c. Rosin $2 45Q8. Freights drooning. to
NrEw YoaR, Feb. 19-Evenmo.--Money sad- . t
denly became very easy at 5@7 If cent. Prime j,
di.oont s ; >, t R , cent. Sterling active at 109. L
Gold useeuled. 133,. Southern securities firm- at
Tent-, eec 60:,.: \ rgirias, new 011; North Caro- w1
linas 63, new 5,j. Stocks heavy and lower. 0
Nzw Yoax, Feb. l',--Evening.--Money ead- th
denly became very easy this afternoon, offerings
increased ra ..'! to the close. The rate at o0
time was as low as 4@3 per cent. LouIsiana's'70, th
levee 6'fs 6,. ~ub-treasury balance $-9,000,000. L1
5::0 s of '62 114, of '64 111, of '65 112 , do. new as
110 (, of '67 1101, of '63 110 , 10-40's 10J. r.
MULiLE. Feb. 10.--Cotton receipts for the week
4.'4.- bales. Erports to Great Britain 3112 bales: It
coastwise 1.:3 bales. Stock on hand 64.257 su
bales. Bales for the week 2070 bales. Sales to
day 750 bah. blaket dull:. Low middlings 26Q@ e
MEMPors, Feb. 1!.--rotton dull and nominal. th
Mliddling nFlands 27t 2,.2c. To-day's receipts ro
1'- 3 bl ies. Exports North e7 bales. Week's re or
ceipts 10,ulS bates. lxpor3s 6Wo4 bales. Stock at,
24.C i ba'ee.
Ci~crinsA, Feb. 1.-Family floor 16 137 10. a
Corn c:c(ir64c. Oats 63L670c. Whisky93c. York a
$32@:,2 50. Lard unchaaged. Bulk meats- o
sboulaers 13c., sides 1jc. Bacon dull and to
LortsvtLr., Feb. 1.--Sales 190 hhds. tobacco
at $4 25e.:o 25 for common lugs to wrappers. Cr
ders 14,c.. lear rib sides 17 ,:., clear sides 1Sr.
Bulk sltoulders 134c.. clear iib sides 1lc., clear so
sides 17c. Supertine flour $5 50@6. Corn 5S@ a
60(. Oats f5c Whisky 940.
Sr. Loti-, Feb. 19.-Flour, superfine. $5 50@ "I
6 25. Wbheat, fall, $1 j0(',1 90. Corn i66@(73c.
Oats ';(Z66;c. Iye $1 3041L 32. Whisky 9tc.
Pork ;:,. Eclk-shoulders 134c. ; sides 164c. Is
Bacan-shoulders 14~c.; cleat rib sides 17c.; at
clear sidea l-c. Haw- 19c. Lard 1 d21 tc. m
Cnrc.co, Feb. 19.-Superfine Flour $5 00@6 75. Pr
Wheat $1 lS1 l 20. Corn 671c. Oats 53,1 dl
,ic. Rye $1 1:@1 l.+j. Barley $1 0'o2 Q0. ai
Highwineda 0c. Pork $31 153@2. Lard 1jl9o. pI
- ý- Ire
Moral or the ,ate Disgrace laC'ngresr.
G(;eo. A. Towrnsend, writing to the Chicago Tri
hate, says: There aire some reflections I have at
made upon tib subuect, which I have submitted m
to high authority. and as they are here transcribed Y'
twenty-four hours after the scene which occasion- 1a
ed them. I believe they are not merely impulsive: i
1. ine House oi Representatives has arrogantly gi
behaved itself sirce the close of the war, and its es
claims are not sim;ply unreasonable, but they are at
supported by neither good breeding nor intellect. tO
Accustomed to obey Thaddeus ~tevens,the House, N
during his latter days, and since his death, has 1s
sought a new leader, and the man with the con- P'
cuet and without the self respect for this place, to
has been Butler. Butler's leadership has been hi
worse than lailure-it has been anarchy. He m
made the impeachment trial a failure and a dis
grace, illustrated by the brazen torch of his per.
sonal smartness. His sacressive appearances B
since hale been in worse character, reaching bad in
climax in yesterday's riot. He has conceived it
prih~able to set the House against the Senate, w
and the sympathies ot the country go to the Senate p
inversely with his opposition. Butler is a marks
man on a recedingr rda:way train aiming at a eta- sc
ticLTary target. His tirst shot is his best. He h1
loses sympathy at every new effort, and is borne ti
away on the sliperineese of his own character. If m
all the country could have been present yester- bi
day they would have forever dismissed this man
as the most dan:erouo dumagogue ever produced ta
under cur ilstitutiols. P.
1. The peovie of eany congressional ditrnicts
are responsible for sending here timid, sub.0i vlesut
an mongrel men, fit to be the csrape,r's of Butler. (
In sever I instances the people of Ilinois make al
no ex: etion on this score. I saw ccngressmen
yesterday of no pcesihle consequence when the ,t
wind blows-impotent-loeking men or created G
parasites, hanging upon Blutler's coarsest phrases, uc
as in Uncle Tom's life the parasite negroes tL
listened to the curees of the 0rut1 Legrec. WVith c
this " food for powder" the nation is endangered; tb
it Is mere explosive material for a demagogue t, of
set oil. Regarding it, I thought of a remark that
Mr. Jehu Baker made to me only a week ago:
SMy teieings are attocked,my standl-d of man 's
reduced. I suffer the moral contsaimn in myse f hi
of the average association of thia-douse. The b'
conception of one's motives is here so law ; the s5
stabslard of genius and eloquence is sc conrse, 55
taot I Lho withdrawn revseit almost Into isola
tion, and I look and mourn, ase mr0or1 ano 't re
:;. The dangers of a greatly preponderating ri
majority in Congress are manifest, and the party t,
line proves to be a surer balance than the line of et
personal faction. Fernando Wood. singular as it
may seem, was a peace-maker and a gantleman
yestercay, while DIicey, the successor of taO- io
ceus S,, ven, Ingersoll, Farnsworth, Crov're, w
Be;ton. Julian, and others, proved that they were
neither men of nerve nor or prudence. di
4. The attitude of Butler and his faction, the
silence of Schcnck, and the apparent enjoyment ci
of the confusion by many of the deeper natures,
seemed to ildicate that there were some people di
who rather enjoyed the inauspicious beginning of
Grant's adn!nletration. ci
5. The dangers of our present mode of choosing
electors are palpable. Indirect, ill-understood. c,
demanding simultaneous formal action at many
points. a formal manner of transmitting the votes, c
and the opening of them in a large assembly
where any n.uttous spirit may outra^,e decorum c
and imperil "he government-this sort of action
compounce the Court of Circumlocutioa and Don- f1
6. The danger of longer delaying to admit the ft
rebel States and re-enfranchising their people is
seen to be almost a subject of revolution. In c
every vote at every crisiE it will bL rev:ved. It
will hiunt and wacr us t.ll we yield or repent. it r
mnst be d(.ce, or the symmetry of tile repubiic
will be incomtplete, and we are and shalibe no re- f
puhlic whatever at last.
7. The foore ot Congress should never again be f
esurrendered 'o spectators, men or wormen In
quiet tin.s th;e breattng of t:s r-l"e -.'."" o
byists, in gala times -, " c- -rmgreaS i el l to
,, trl':t wen f et to iuselt. The desire to I
"cut a shine" before the women and chtldren tso L
urgent ith Butlur on these special oc0-.1ort, tL P
hIe would rsther show his nakedness thon be
i~. The sympathies and alarm of the peaole are
aroused for General Graut, in viee of the mycteri
ons motive of yesterday's proceedings. The
Bouse is to-day regarded with displeasuren by the c
people as an unc:vil and unruly body. The peo
ple, srspecticg some partizans of l;ut'.er to hide
in the eenate, demand the Senate to repeal the
tenure-of-,ffice law at once, to untie the hands of
General Grant, In whom is confided our latest
trust, and to underatand that we have fully 'is.
covered that our greatest fear is not of eucrcdsce
About 7 o clock Monday ventag two men
entered the jewelry store of Mr. Teahen, No. 23.
Court street, lBoston, and asked to look at some t
diamond rings. While Tedhen's back was tlrned
they snatched a tray containing $20t00 worts of
jewelry, and rushed out of the store and made
their escapeo. T'he thieves are supposed to harve I
arrived trom New '.l ork.
A little daughter of Mr. Moses Coward, living
near Eminence, Ky., came to her death a few days
ago b3 having ad a pot of boiling bean soup
poured down its throat by a negro woman.
A report is m circulation in well-informed circles
in St. Louis, that the leading Eastern railroad
companImes. one of them said to the New York and
Erie. have concludetd t take the remaining stock
in theft. Louis and llhnois Bridge Company,. and
that the work will be pushed forward with re
Augusta.Maine, has been visited by the most
severe sleet storm that has occurred in that vici
nity for years. Hundreds of trees are comnoletely
ruined, and the roads are almost impassable.
Representatives of tobacco deaters are still in
Washington, endeavoring to procure moditics
tions of the internal revenue law, particularly as
to stamps, disiring the substitution of those which
will better protect that interest as well as insure
the government against traud.
Samuel Turner, who robbed the Bank of Delhi,
Delaware conty, New York, a year ago. was
arrested and escaped, has been recaptured
and taken to the scene of the robbery.
Fred. Biebuach, a notorious character and a
reputed counterfeiter, was arrested at St. Louis,
recently, and dies and counterfeit money found
in his house.
I Monashes's c:othing store and Bailey's grocery
store in Plattsburg, N. Y., were burned February
16. Several other buildings in the same block
Swere dam d. Loss $2.5,000.
- - Ji
Gaw. SHmAN An aHs aIarY, which icluded n
KMis Minnie bherman and Col. fand Mrs. Day- '
ton, reached here on the steamer Stonewall, on fa
thursday afternoon, and drove through to the
Jeckson depot, where they took the cars for St. hi
Louis. 'heir mail matter, which had accumulated d
at hcadouarters duriLg their brief absence, and tt
which, owing te the lateness of the hour, they ,w
could not obtain on ihursday, will be forwarded t1
Taw TzxraPaavaW ypeterday, eshows by he* b
thermometer at C. IDhamel's, 111 oanal street,
lately corner Bilenville and Chartree streets, was b
as follows : At C A. U. 5S degrees ; 12 x. 61;.3 D
r.K. . 3; 6 P. x.,62.
THE WINtE CASE.-Ye'sterday's Proceedings,- s
It as astan unusually late boar that the court re- h
sumed proceedings, Mr. Randell Hunt not begin- .r
nr.g ,. argument until near one o'clook. Mr. V
Boont began by defending the course taken by the
government to bring to light such effirts to evade
the revelnue requirements and repelled, in terms I)
rather severe, the animadversions of Mr. Roseinus b
on te tour government experts; as atu, the b
strictness of that gentleman on the Hon. Mont- u
gomery Gibbs. When about to proceed with his d
argument proper, and just ashe was beginning to sj
sriaayse the testimony in the case the court ad- n
journed till to-day, when Mr. Bunt will have time a
to conclude. tl
IN rlw of the recent numerous arrivals fromn
Cuba the subjoined tranplation of a communica. e
lh tconLsu d ranusmitted by the former to the
supei mtondent of police, possesses much interest
as suggestive of the feeling existing between the
adherents of the opposing causes:
'Ilis Excellency H. C. Waimoth, Govertor of the State of
"'our ýrceýetacýy-1 have the honor to beg L
leave to state that lor some days past I have hau
ample occasion to remark that an intense excit'e
ment prevails among some foreigners (to all ap- a
pearance Cabana) lately arrived in this city.
Sthould I have entertained any doubts as to their
aim and purposes, they would have most unhap
ply been dissipated by the fact of several Spanish
residents of New Orleane, within a very short pe
riou, being grossly insulted and assailed by the
foreigners alluded to. i
" I therefore-sorrowfully remembering the sad
scenes of violence that occtr.ed in this city not t
many years ago-tate the liberty to appeal to
your excellency, as the worthy guardian of the
laws 01 the bLate, to request that such preventive
measures as your own sound judgmnint may sag- t
gent, be adopted to prevent a conflict that can
eraily break forth, should the above described
stranaers continue to show unprovoked hostility
to the peacetul, law-atiding opanish resideints of
New Orleans. For my part, and as far as it may c
lay within my jurisdiction, I give your excellency
positive assurances that no effort shalt be spared
to prevent any disturbance of the public peace. I e
have, etc.. the horor to remain your excellency's
most obedient and humtle servant, c
" Canos PIE, Consul of Spain."
A COLORED MAN from the country, named Natt a
Bowle?, was met upon the levee yesterday morn I t
Ing by a gang of chap levee darkies, who soon t
made his acquaintance. During the conversation e
which ensued one of the new so:-dlsant friends I
pr. duced a V'rieties Tlheater advertising bill,
which, as many of cur readers may remember,
somewhat resembled a one hundred dollar green
hack, and Induced the old man to cnange it for
them. It was the oldstory. They all disappeared
mysteriously very shortly after the exchange had c
beer made. leaving .their victim to find oat his "
mistake. Be did tin it, and managed a!so to find
the way to the ofice of the super.ntendent of t
police. The action of tha' oficial was creditably
primpt, for by noon Willis Clay and Charles
Williams had been arrested at the corner of a
Gravier and Baronne: at three Win. Bradley was "
also arraested; at a later hour Elijah Davis was
spotted at the corner of ,invile and Basin f
streeTe, and about six o'clocr another negro,
George Witliams, was aoprehended on MaC- C
nolia street, all five of them being charged with
the peipetratuon of the robbLcry, or being acces
sory to it. o)ne of the W.ili.sais give up ~ t of
the n icey, denying that Bowles had been robbed
of more than that amnount.
EArLT PFseAY morning a German nemed
Schmidt was found dead on Customhouse street,
bets een Roman and Derbigny. He was hanging I
by the neck, and was evidently a suicide, and is I
supposed to have been occasioned by a fit of in t
saunty. The coroner's verdict was " suicide."
TIE P'AIls'T WAR STEAM"" C(it 'RtCCA has
reLu.,neo w this p"' ,u came to Saunerir w. t
river yesterday opposite the city. Her cruise ex
tencld n. Ifrther than Pensacola, at which purt
she remained but six hours.
Merl:'OoLITAN POIC.':E BoAR. t-At a meeting t
of this Lobid, held 3eaterday. the lollowing officers t
were tried and sentenced. vi7 :
1'. Walker. patrolman. No. 2't, second precinct,
dismissed the service.
John NcKetn., patrolman, No. 23, fourth pre- t
cinct. dismissed the service.
I. Co;liin. patrolman, No. 18, river precinct, t
dismissed the service.
A. J. Buckett, patrolman, No. 44, second preo
cinct, forfeits 5 days' pay.
E. McGinnis, patrolman, No. 32, second pre
cinct, forfeits 5 days' pay.
- Kir,;:stury, s:tecial patrolman, second pre
cinct, tleitis 1 days pay.
i'. Schtaler, patrolman, No. CS, third pre. I
cinct, forfeits 1 day's pay.
Jo.. M. Fio, patrolman, No. 48. fifth precinct, I
for.tete three days' pay.
F. Marks. patrolman, No. 54, fifth precinct, for
felts '; days' pay.
Wm. C. Keifner, patrolman, No. dS, sixth pre
cinct, forfeits 5 days' pay
P. Panaehaner, patrolman, No. 75, sixth pre
cieot, forfeita 5 days' pay.
J. Au.is, pctrolman, No. 21, river precinct,
forfeits 1 day's pay.
l'eter Curren, patrolman, No. Si, first procinct,
ferteits 3 dcys pay.
Ile caees of patrolmen Thos. Moore.H. !nashe,
I. Backls . . Spellivan, W. Deianey, John
HIolmes ano John Davis were dismiesed.
J xx t- G-'cIa, a sailor on board the ship Elanche
Hossi, was arrested by oflcers I'ierson and
Modv, n Thursday evening, and lodged in the
FoI ti-trict station, upuon a charge ot having
drawn a knife upon and atamptmg to cut the
captain of the vessel.
OF-tvrR ALLlN IlEPORTS having taken to the
Cb..rity Hospital a youth eighteen years of age,
whom he found on the steamboat landing so c
duced by want and starvation as to be unable to
give any inforation concirning hiuiaelf.
ForR Cot.oet MoEe, Win. PerkinsR, Benjatn
M:ler, Andrew Tonesaint and W,. F. Lottman,
were arres.ed by officers Cunningham and Fits
patricka'tl i (oU.i t Net' Levee and loiu
CreSts, h barged by 'co rge Ilarnes with commit
tiog a Yo!ent assault and battery with intent to
kill William Jackson.
e SiCIAL OFvr"CEs DruAs no BoULLosA re
Sported, yesterday. he.ving found concealed on the
premises of Mrs. Stuart, atthe corner of t. Paul
a:.d Po)draa stret, anu t hy virtue of a search
g warrant, a quantity of silver and other property,
Ssto!en in July, lt . from I)eputy Marshal A. V.
P Ward'srce!idnce on Rampart strcet. The articles
recovered comprise a complete silver tea set of
seven pieces, a si.er cup, filteon spoons, a revol
Sver. 1120 postage setamps, and a variety of cloth,
ttl lelinen, apParel, etc. The Information lead
ing to the d;scovery came from the parties who
Scommitted the theft, but who being sentenced to
d the Penitentiary on other charges made a confes
ricn and told where this property had been dis
posed of. The oficers arrested Mrs. Stuart upon
a charge of having stolen property in heo posses
t ion. The officers are deserving of high common*
daion for their energy and shrewdness m this
asTY VALCOUR, charged with conuterfeiting
United States nickel currency, was arraigned be
fore Judge Durell, in the United States Circuit
Court, on Thursday, and entered a ples of not
Sguilty. In consideration of the circumstances of
the case as stated by herself, and tue recommen
dation of the United .States at'omey, it was
ordered that she be released from cusiody upon
entering into her own recognizance in the sum of
as00 0 tor her appearance when calted tor. The
Scurt appointed Gustave schmidt, Esq., as attor
ney to represent the accused in this prosecution.
(;GE. AiTR~ , inspector general, and Col. Keeler,
adge advocate on the stalf of tien. Buchanan,
Syesterday made an inspection of Jack.on Bar.
L rynN cAsE of the State vs. E. K. Boulignyet
als., it was, on Thursday, in the United States Ctr:
Scnit Court, upon motion of thebs United Sta*es
Sattorney and on bshowing that there is now in poe
sesion of the Citissa' B moneys standing to
the credit of defendant, which moneys it is claim
ed belongs to the United States, ordered that
John G. Ganes, Esq., preudent of said beak, be
required to pay over to the United Statee marshal h
Paid moneys, to be by him safely kept to await t
further action of court.
UNITED STAThS D:TRtIC AnORWUY MOR A w
has ofticIal!y norfed to Asssseor Wolfley that to- it
day. in court at 11 A. M., he will take a rule upon c,
the claimants to the Nimrod Johnson distillery, a
seized and bonded at $4000, to show cause why ci
the amount cf said bonds should not be increased. hI
IN THa UNIITD STAT' CiCL-rT CoUar it has
been ordered that in the case of the United States
vs. Battijora Roberta. the attorney for defendant t
be permitted to armns the rule in arrest of tudg
ment at 11 a. u. to-day. r
Mn. N. E. BAtItY, bsavng given to the United h
States Court satefactory proot of his suci tency, i
has been accepted as surety upon the bond of the (]
defendant it the ease of the United Statea vs. o
Vinegar Factory and J. K. Bailey, owner.
SIxTH DIsTRIcT Co'aT.-Ninth January last a
Henry L. Zebal, of New Orleans, filed a retition
before Judge Cooley. to the effect that In Novem- 2
ber, 1867, he married Emily R. McCarthy, daunh
ter of Patrick McCarthy, of this city. That Pat
died alter the marriage, and that his so-called
spouse still resides here. That, at the: time of
marriage, petitioner was induced to believe that b
said Emily was white and of the white race, and h
that under that impresalon he married her. That
immediately after the marriage, petitioner cis
covered Etily to be a colored woman, a desce- c
·'s n t agebetween rpet suer, rtwho Is
white man, and Emily, was prohibited at the time
That imunmediately on finlng Emily to be a col
ored person, petitioner left her and has not lived
with her since ; but that Emily holds herself out to e
the world as the lawful wife of him, the petitioner. t
That she publicly claims not only to be the lawful
wife of petitionor, but also. equally publicly,
claims to be entitled to a share in the scaneti
and gains of petitioner, as belonging to a legal
community of sequels and gains between the mar
ried parties. Petitioner denies the existence of
such a community. He claims damages on account r
of the atoresaid pretehsions of his colored bride
in the sum of $10 000.
Petitioner therefore prays for judgment decree- 1
ing the marriage, for the reasons stated, null anud
void, and for ten thousanrd dollars damages and t tat
the bride be torever en~joined from claiming to be
his lawful wife. ('ooley and Phillips for plaintilt.
January 3 a, laiutilff amended iles petition with
the statement that defendant's father, Pat. McCar
thy, ls a colored mn, and therefore plaintil's
whilom bride is a colored woman.
February 4. The dusky or the fair bride, as cir.
cumstances may decide, filed a peremptory ex.
caption, averring that the petition contains no
canoe of action, and praying to be dismissed with
Judge Cooley, yesterday, on the trial of the
exception, dismissed defendant's plea. and or
dered her to answer to plaintiff's petition. The
court room lobby was flied with curious niggers
of both sexes: but Judge Cooley gave his deci
sion in the face of then, and the defendant will
hav e to prof e the legality of her marriage under
the laws existing at the time of its solemnity, or
Ehse be deprived of any share in her nmquahie
lord and master's acqueste and gains.
SIXTH DTRIOter Corua-Joh/n Ar',remnli, s.
' of i, ew 'rAenus- Tirc s.i s Cusolda. ed
A,-. 19,7;, cad l(7.-Plaintiff ,purchased a large
extent of real estate, the vendor guaranteeing
certamo rights. This was a long time ago, when
nobody had any idea that the city would have
spreac as it has spread since. The city autho-i
ties ior::d it necessary to make streets all through'
Lhis :.'rty, in the interests of the population. I
For this so-called usurpation and constructing of I
streets and sidewalks, Arrowemith sued the city, I
and on Thursday Judge Cooley gave a long, very
well considered nud able jounment. and reasons
for judu.iet in !avor of defendant, the city of
New Orler.t:s. Mr. Arrowsmith shall, therefore,
obtain nothing for hi. suit.
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ial'road to Baton oatge and Vteksbusr.
NEW Os .EANM, Feb. 1,, lbi;.
lidor Cr ~-c:--I i.oticO in your caper of this
mcrning the editoriai remarks relative to the pro
posed " New Orleans, Baton Rouge and Vioks
burg Railroad," and though ignorant of any of
the interests proposed ti be subserved by this
particular bill, yet, as a representative of North
ern capital, which will cheerfulty be contributed
to eelo.,p the 7ttioertw. t ubeCLami L 61t. Dun.
when divested of those swindling r:NJg which
seem now to hang like an incubus over your beau
tiful country, I wish to join with you in hoping
this project will be consummated without delay.
All experience has proved that every rew avenue
by rail into the great cities of the North has not
on:y not injured the roads already in exist
ence, but proved of incalculable value
to all the interests of thse cities; and so
It will be from every new avenue leading from
New Orleans, which is to be the great commer
cial emporium of the South. The line of rail
road w.ich, for the first time, I learn from the
t'tIgcscSr is contemplated in this charter, I have,
in a professional point of view, long deemed es
sential to the devolpment of the i,/gh latInL. lying
between New Orloeans and Vicksburg, and with.
out injury to the Jackson and Great Northern
road, it will be of immense advantage to New
Orleans and to the section of country through
which it will be located. Believig that a char
ter conferring the ordinary privileges upon theseor
porators, and extending to the levee, as the
Pontchartrain Esiroad does already, and as the
New Orleans and Ciatcanooa road wall wIh
...,, a, ru, it ato e find tohe requisite menna to
secore i:s cor:struocin, I treut no obstacle will be
thrown in the way of that charter as nsuggested
by jour editorial comments.
A c'V!t ENGINErR.
Mr. J. A. Jsquet, of the extensive and complete
French Circulating .ibrary. .N. 3:,h Ioyal street,
between Tu iouse adl st. Peter stree;, has favor
ed us with a copy of the librett3 of the Grand
Duches, in the original text. The book in one of
the neatly gotten up series of operatic Ilbrettos
wich are always to be found, as well as all ar*
ticles of French etstionery and nerfomery, at Mr.
J.c:ne.'s. T'he price of this libretto has been re
d-ced frem one dollar to seventy five clots.
P:-AlCKv TO G~EN. G1A::'.-Some time since
Gek. 7t;i sent a copy of Lhcau's M !i'nary Ilie
I tory to Count dismarcC. The latter writes in re
ply as Iollows, froa Berlin:
)ec.r bir--EBaron Gerolt has transmitted to me
Sthe copy which you have been kind enough to in
i cri~te to . ,i the hltory of your military
harecr. I tlasten to return to you my hearty
thanks for a work which promises me the enjoy
ment of reviving in sucrinct shape that gigantic
strrggle, the varying phases of which I did tollow
at the time withintonse interest. It will be aver
manesnt sinrce of gratiication and pride to thirnk
S,,m ", ... the vl,:nme now open before me to the
very mon who to o i keburg, and Rihmonsd.
SMay the peace resore by you aford equal scope
Sto ycor powers, with equal benefit to your conn
try, and mtay the present intercharge of frlendly
sectirent between us prove a good augury for
the contloance of those relations so happily es
- tablishecd between America and Germany.
Lelieve me, dear air, ever yours, very sin
BODY OF WILEES BoorTr.-The body of Wilkes
Booth was taken to Baltimore on the 1fth, and
Sprobably buried there the next day. It is noted
as a curious ooicidence that it was temporarily
Sdeposited in the stable in the rear of Ford's Thea
ter, ;n which he kept his horse,and fronting on the
alley through which he made his escape on the
Snight of the asusassination of President Lincoln.
The remains were deposited in the stable by the
undertaker, in order to bhte the crowd who had
besieged the establishment to atisfy their cnri
osity by a sight of the body.
' CLnR DrcHnc:tD FOR AncsL or TIr Pi FRAK
rrw PIvIrLEn-Secretary Schofeld has dis.
charged one of the oldest clerks Ln the War De
partnmnt for abuse of the franking prvilege. The
t clert had been using franks of Gen. Ramphreys,
: of the engineers, .and a package thus sent wasre
Starned by the oEioers of the pet-ormce depart
Sment uas covering unofficial matter. The abuse
,o wa traced to the olerk and his dbm l ordered.
Br. Cnaau:.- -"Fairy Finlger" was played for
the second time last eventag, on the occasion of
the farewell benefit of lias Fanny Price, who ot
Sunday terminates her er a-gement. The audience
was not. owrle to the wteather. as large either as
we could have wished to, ave sean, or as the mer
its of the performance :eally demanded, for the
company-especially MIfa Osborne, Miss Howitt
and Mr. Stevens-sustatsed the beneficiary very
creditably taroughoot. .The pieoe, which as we
have previously stated, - the production of Mr.
Aug. Waldner, the autl,'ar of "Fanehon" and the
"Pearl of LSaoy," aa'Trts many striking points
and tests for t perfor fer's ablhty. Its scenes
open in Brittany, at the tohatea, Leeneve, where
reside the widowed 'st.fs (Mrs. tosewood).
her son, the a ,' ot (Mr. St. Clair).
her grand-daughter. liertta (Miss How*
its), Bertha's conus:r, te Viscount Tistate
(Mr. .-tevens, and ;. ,ne,. an orphan niece
of the Ccu: ,tss (Mism irice.) There is match.
making going on in tht.r'amlly party4 The Count
and (",urnttss dasire t'. see Tristatn and Bertha
wedded. But, as is rest often the case, these
two young people vi V '. the matter dilferently.
T:istLn having quietlh :;rmed an attachment for
the orphan L'eene, wtule Bertha looks not un
kindly upon lier"l Ine'r r,, +d, Richard de K'erbriand
(tir. Murphy.) This csedition of affairs being dis
co vered by the older ti-:s, Ilelene is banished as
being an obseae'.e. As i4,e goes, Tristan offers her
has hand and beart, Ibut lespite this, despite the
entreaties of Bertha. :the prud girl departs--nd
here ends the second Ict. Two years later, the
great Parisian modiste of the day, rich, fashion
able and iacepeid .at. The family from
Chateau Leanre oche to Paris one fne day,
and in the ante-rl.to of the Alfarneh-tne
de Aeur,ie, (Me Osborne) accidentally
enoounter their banist ed relative. They learn
then her occupation, and indignantly departlag,
disown her. inthby ti ' time the Count, it seems,
has squandered away the patrimonial posseesions,
and the Leaneve famniy are reduced to straits. It
is in this emergency that the Fairy Fingers of her
whom they have driven ¶orth work out for them
future good. By Helel's diplomacy the Count
retrieves his fortunes, the family circle is. by the
restoration of Beleone, ( ice more unbroken, and
we are given to understand that all the loved and
loving ones nd a joyful solution of the evils which
for awhile had oppresald them. The play is
simple and pretty, nor s,;vors in the least of the
horrid sensational. C'stdering Its merits, it is
with regret that we note its withdrawal with Miss
Prce'a departurn to-":orrow evening.
VAItl.TIEiS.-The stttdance last evening, not.
withstanding the rain. eas exceedingly compli
mentary to the beneticiary, Mrs. Gladstane, who
made her first tppi arasce in the character of
Mlar!l Smarto . There was not a vacant seat to
be tound in the Far9uet'e or dress circle after the
curtain had riser. 'oie gifted lady was welcomed
warmly, and delineates: to the tall limit of her
natural powers the character which she appears
to have studied closel) aud well. Her costumes
are rich and elahorate. too, and nothing in this
respect which can and to the charm of the imper
atnation is neglected. But it is not upon this out
ward display that Mis. Gladatane depends. She
appeared last evening to live in the very spirit of
the remarkable wom.'. ahhe personated; not so
much by power ti voit, or mere impressivenes
of delivery as by the ,rrectuess of her interpre
tations, her earnestness, and a certain stage pres*
erce hlich enrcaw:c s the spectator's interest.
Mrs. Preston as 1.:". , ti,, Messrs. Sheridan as
Leicester. ('oggswell a., Alv." tier, and Mttcoellas
( eil, were all pleasing in their respective parts,
while the cast may , :spoken of as fair through
oat. "Mary Stuart" wi. be repeated this evening.
Tis OtxaA.--To-night, to amuse the fashion of
New Orlains, Mr. Cas'aresi brings out, for the
first time this season, oflenbeh 's "La Grande
Duehoese lDe Gerstatci;." in the same excellent
style that it wast ptrlormed last season at the
Opera House. M'me lourgeois will for the first
f time appear in the '::; of the Gral lDuc!tess,
and ('hamounin as (; rral Onumn. We need not
say that the nioose wit L- crowned, for tonight is
fashionable night. Toroorrow "Orpheus in
Hades" and "'Tou !,autjhter of the Regiment,"
with Lam4(t and Hr-selmann on the saste night.
On Monday Mozart's grand opera of "lion GtoI
vanni," and the ben: liciary, Mr. Peront, will at
a ,'rt a crowded htona.
tar'eY o M!- c.--Another matine todal
for the jussntils, when " Humpty Dumpty,'
mirth provoking. misc~ecvons rogan that he is,
will cut has capers and antics, to the unspeakable
delight of the hunode who will attend if the
weather be fair. Le*ring out of consideration
d the entertainment its( (, one may find sufficient
ensre et qyv of ntq 8aturday matlnes in
h "Humpty Dumpty" again in the evening.
iNol'ts CerNT 'yrry CItc.~.--On Monday,
Tuesday and Wedneed ty next Noyes' great circus
will tiler its va ied ;.tractions to the public of
ew Orleans, holdi f its exhibitions at Tivolt
Circle. 'Ihirty n.al t. d female artists are to par
t ticipate, and tra.ned :norses and comic males will
perform for thc editf: t on of beholders. We call
the attention of our riotders to Mr. Noyes's adver
tisenrent in the amuniement column, and can. in
addition, assure there that the entertpinmnents will
n be very apt to reual:te all that the manager's
. promises there made induce them to antloip:te.
C"-CPrNT CITY M; ei't'.-Col. Ames and his
indejatigatle ad. Dle Chambera., never weary of
e catering to the publi, demand for fresh novelties.
announce this morni.tr that they have engaged for
appearance at their :nttseum on St. Charles street,
that remarkable phe., tmenon, ('bistine Milly the
g two-headed wmaano fo, until further notice wlU
give daily levees. T;'i human frog, Mr. Richards.
n may also be seen '.. s ubmarine performances
at 7 and 9 r. M., ard ;:t noon ,n Saturdays and
Mondays. The lisrtg skeleton, the bearded
wh oman, the female d 'arf, the menagerie and the
r" rare collection, of cliositie are to be seen as
FANcY DIsS arn A5Q[QERADE BBALL.-M-M
ne nta Gr(ove No. 1, it A. O. D., aneounce a fany
1 dress and nis'quratdeall, to be given at the Ger
e ms companFy Mail, ctrner of Exchaluge alley and
SIliervlle etreet, oI riavr'rday ernlog r.e-t. We
cre inde, ted to 1to ',cnmtrtee of arrangements
Sfor compli:ientarytihka ts of invitation.
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T IU 1Ohue, Jr. Citelar;
oUA:'A H itorse.
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RI Darnett, dO plane, Dnrasil, di;
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SEra ttYtbkrdsadun., ' RtLowry, Ark.
a o B eJ last J pis rit'-. ILat bShrp. easy;
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J T B~atck, HeiLmtc, i,'a; Dr it W Wilessne, lMeoeh,
I The following is the litt of passenge to arrive
per steamship Crescent City, COpt. Holme, fro
s, New york:
b rdLih Johnson and family, Mrs. J. N. Jack
asn, lchnid.and evrnt,. Mr. Johe Pieson. Mr. A.
e IeLkniun, Mr. Adoli h Megg Er. Julius W eU, and
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