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WDNRDAY MOKLY, MARCH 24T. 16.
By V. Kal ru, at the reeidence of A. Bower,
corner of Car-odelet and Valence streets, 10
Jffereon City, at 11j o'clock A. i., the entire con- ot
tents of said residence, cosisting of household
and kitben furniture. Terms eash.
general aseortmnat of household furniture. Terms p
Bt PLAc.s J. 9 S Ar, at No. 34 St. Charles th
street, opposte the St. Cha8 otel, a sple .. did
aesortment of plants, fruit troe and foworlng a
shrubs. Termas cash. ph
Br MoNTGOMnnY Duo0. & Co., at 87 Camp Ins
street, t o'clo . .o 370 package gle.. st
ware and sundries. Terms eh. Also, at 31 Per. wI
dido street, at 10 o'clock A. ., o lot of office as
furniture ad one ron safe. Terms cash. h
BY GasmUL LEaUoxon, at No. 69 Char.tre laB
street, at 10 o'clock A. ,., 100 case n book, shoens c
and brogans; 300 cases man'. ad boys' hats, and wi
an assortment of clothing and fernishing goods.
Terms cashb ca
BY LocJ. Srsux & Bao.. at 83 MagaItne atnd 96
Or-er of street, at 10 o'elok A. ., 00 ases Th
eoots, shoes and brogane, suihobl for either the
elh. or country Vale. tere cash.
TBY PR.BIDEWT AND TSn T uio. 34 or OChrrc t
Qrsnrxox.-A Washagton speelal of the 17 Ha
Spresident oppo has eprmed s views qitendid
rtely to senators an d others o the tenure of erin
of tree law. H10 o'cloc that t protets o fe hold.
e jnstase m ne durla thae. Term s drlagh. the
etion of Colgres. He s It a. thorisere se.
peaseion dar 10g vacation for certain epecflo re ho
ons, and. in his opinion, a strIct and fair later
pretation of its pryovisn will not allow remov.al
have poinical views dfres.t from those of the
ndminstration, doe not n loe u Igment 5o0 ce Th
boote proper grond for suspesilon, fad, there.
ore, o countrse, not fore. removal. It may be
satd Io thi connection that he has made but one
reeoval, all his other medhtions vin been t
fore vacancies. The paper an the eas noe ofKln
aer oft he e in g te resau of the nay de
partment, rnead: "m pls e of B. . Iaboerwoed, ho
prven. e could, of course, oll at ler formala
g ther ea ,bt whether reho waould choose t do
s pe a quosrton he aione can answer. It can aeholso pr
he stated that the views ro thoe of e pre wee
commalcaied at the cabInet meeting yesterday, Insi
ad were edoresed by all the members. The
preaident is well aware that many publie mon Lal
wtat him to give differen cos e trction to the 2
law, but he has fully considerd It I al Its prov son
alons, and his ble to reah no other interpretation re
thal that hrein stated. He has b neparpose to
eategolte Coogrse otr the Boasts, bet mast,
under the Constittios, see that the laws are F
faithfnlly executed, ad e so oaecial advisers dIrt
buat the members of hI. cabinet. 5
TuI Aust Arraor-IATIom BILL.-ThO army ad
appropriston set Is published in order No. 15 of of 1
the war departmeat. Besides providlag for the late
sapporn of the army sad Ite various brancheo, it the
provides that there shall be no new eemmistons, I
no prsomotis., tad no alletmeets ion any of the th
fantry regimets, untl the total namber is re- Vat
deed to tweatyeve, ad directs the mertary of last
war to cosomeolidate the lututry regimets as
rapidly as the requirements of the peble ervice fr
and the reduction of the umber of oiears will Cl
permit; that no appointment of brigadier gene
re shatl be made until the imm hr is rednoed to
hea them t tha, Web e te n sh all be
n a la l g a laths eU 7.Of the ~
sopt the bend ad the bwv o*eU he his
ahonorably disharoged withoet delay;o that un who
l otherwe. directed by law, there shall tbe no
new appointments andnto sew preomoou aI te do
adjutant general's deptmtnt, Ia the inspector the
enera l's departmneat, in the pay depa rtmoent, In mot
he quarter-mster's department, in the commie
ary department, In the ordmae depmtment, in
the engineer's department, and In the medical de
partmeat and tlhat brevet rek shall not entitle hen
an offier to precedence or comamed, exept by W
special assignment of the president, but msuc a- hap
sagumana shall not etitle any ofie i additiononal
pay or allowances. h
The magnaient sad fast psamengr paeket B. The
Il. tdge No. 2, Capt. Dortdma-the hatst the
boat ol I ves or-les av e ity every Frklay os
at Sr. i. for Shreveport and way ltsdiugs. ie win
rrlives at Shrovpert 'reay Monday mcrg nd the
With dyapeptims seerthyeg is wreag. Poud hae
does not dlgest dlp des s t ssfaeb; wslm done
not cheer; smiles doe atr gsdoe; muste does sot
earm, nor emn sn otbo ew eter the hr-east of do
the m rable dhrpeptia. Yeo must get Ad of it, pl. i
orit w ll beoomo ed end ese d, e life i
will be a brian and ozistieo a erne. PantA.
Inox Br as will do swa with aDll this. New life,
lamdstnergy will ttabslt Ils sn dry o
o'llmn"I will a ltaJi Ien blo m t your ank.
aed the leader In yuur eye wi lsi bright clk
as in 1er seablhet, hepptest ed most jeguos r
Gays. ___ __ ___
when you e geea ti mst eree O r & Biesr
at the Now T tmw t dolsleg a d war. th.
m snted fve ~ag ab ast
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C ITYT OPOIrT
Iast lght the Beard of Assistant Aldersme
adoptel a resolution lstrdeating the eaperltntad
eat of the Water Works to have eaetreeted, at
varlous convenient points in the city, tea briok
O wells or elterue, to be need by the are depart.'
mont. This action was ealled forth by a commu
siaetion addreesed to the mayor by Gee. Bragg.
- perlateadent of the Water Works, and Mr. T.
O'Connor, obhief engineer of the fire department,
Sin which was art trth the fact that the plugs now
in ase, having been constructed.for smaller head
engine, are entirely Inadequate to supply the
steam englues which now form a large proportion
of he fire department, and showing that the
amallneN of the plugs is the reason that the got.
tenr have tobe flooded in order that the hoe may
at. be put in them. These cisterns are intended as
experimests, and if they work well, many more
will be built. It is an experiment for a good
Our reder may be interested in the fact that
Hle. Wm. Murreil, more generally known as "the
Wild Boy of Laforche,"' whose dulcet' tones oft
rose and fell In oratorical mellifluenoe until the
very walk of the old Louisina Bank seemed Im
pregnated with the melody of his voice, has not
y be yet left town. He still lingers around the scenes
of his former triumphs, seeking, perhaps, by
glneclng at the massive pile which his eloquence
p,. has rendered historic, to renew those fonts of in.
re, spiration from which, for his country's good he
used to draw so heavily. Yes, a visit to
the hall. where but a short month ago
s the patriotism and wisdom of Loulianas was
assembled, in earnest consultatito how they
a might best All their own pockets and disecussing
the shortest manner of emptying the State
treasury into their carpetbags. will new disclose
I to suhs. Aho.W-e010 ge tegatesor, who with
unweary step slowly paces around the throne
of negrophillem and casts, as he walks, many a
,. glance of admiration at the building wherein
gorillas and pick-pockets set and made a mock of
tr legislation and "whereperjured traitors filled the
seats where good men sat before." Yes, the
Legislature may adjourn, its members, scared by
Is the vagrant law, may resort to other place more
e favorable to their business, and where more sym
pathy is manifested for the light-fingered gentry,
or may betake themuselves again to their
aecustomed barber chairs and bootblack stands;
but, in spite of all these changes, the wild boy of
Lafourche still lingers on the scene-true it is,
. The Legislature may adjourn as soon as it will,
But the scent of old Murrell will hang 'round
It is tolerably well assured that the Distriot
Courts will adjourn at the conclusion of to-day's
business until Monday next. On Saturday. how
ever, it is probable that cases will be called and
After a long discussion extending over three
ir, meetings, the lower bcard last night passed the
15, resolution donating to the Mechanics' and Agr,
n- cultural Fair Association $5000.
At the performance at the Academy of Music a
it, last Monday the intermission was extended some. c
a what beyond the usual time and caused some i. ii
as patience in the audience, who commenced the n
usual demonstration in such cases, by stamping t
a their feet in regular measure upon the floor, when 17
id suddenly from the middle of the parqnette arose t
kg a shrill haw ! haw! haw! sounding like the caco- fl
phoaeous notes of the peacock, Which was re
p instantly echoed by several nervous persons, who fi
e. laughed outright, without, however, knowing ti
r* what they were laughing at. A pause ensued;
ie another shriller laugh ensoed, and then a third,
the audience Joining in a roar of the wildest F'
is laughter, to the great astonishment of the ushers, pI
is who were using their best endeavors to ascertain to
d what they had possibly thought was a disturb
s. ance. The latter, however, seeing that it was
caused by nothing but the~oexuberance of ai
16 over jovial individual, left him to enjoy his gaiety.
is The little episode was quite novel and comical.
The public must not forget that the grar con
cert for the benefit of the Fourth Presbyhrian
Church, to take place to-night at Odd Fellows'
Hall. Some of the best musical talent of the city
will participate, and we can safely predict a most
I enjoyable evening to all who will be present.
S Singular-that a salt seller should mean a salt
A member of the council lost night was In favor in
q of lpcating the city powder magauine near the
SChalmette burial ground, because " If it explooes be
there, why everybody is dead there already."
We have received the following communica
tioe, to whlch we oheerfully give a place, stating tri
st the same time that our informatera was ob
talied from one of the pastors of St. Patrick's Cc
STo the Edter or tir Creseent:
In jyour valuable paper of the 18th inst. the of
h obolr of St. Patrick's Church has read with sur
prise the following statements about the services ye
at 8t. Patrick's, oa 8t. Patrlck's Day, the 17th
1. "The choir was under the direotion of Prof.
1 IlaHsobe and organist."
2. "The Grand Mass of St. Patrick, just finished sh
some three weeks sance by Prof. LaBuche, was
Thee two statement. are erroneous and totally
First. The choir was nuder the sole and entire
5 direction of Mr. Kirechenhenter, the oranalst of
St. Patrick's Charch. Mr. Von La ache wa so
kind as to aesist in the singing of the choruses,
I and had nothing to do whatever with the direction
Sof the choir. Mis Hammond, the sweet singer, in
I lately from the North, had the kindness to sing
the soprano solos.
tecond. The Grand Mase which was rendered
that day was not by Mr. La Heche, but by Louis
Van Welden. and this same mass was sng already th
Slot year on St. Patrick's Day.
SBy insertaing this oommunlcation you will con- Bo
I fer a favor on the whole choir of St. Patrick's
S In coaversaution with a friend a gentleman who
speaks English fluently, but whoselmother tongue a:
desmmbo the dlsee of a 1
ldrd pemon, msi: "He in afdioted w. , Ili
whatdo yonu call it ? DiMeuseof theliver l What
do you call it in English ? " "Ahb, ye," answered for
the friend, " you mesan disease of the foie'" Ver.
mouth for three was ordered. pr
In connection with the approachlang fair, forithe Jl
beneft of the St. Vineet's Infant OrphaM Asylum, ge
we would tato that the managers wool! be
happy to reoelve contributions of any kind to loo
wards the entertainmen. If you have a few books th
which you do not want, send them to the fair.
They may there realise what will place bread in
Sthe month of some little one; if you are a mer ma
cbant and have some stock, however little, for
Swhch ysa mare not likely to find a sale, send it to t
I the fair. It may there produoe that which will ec
gladden, be it .in ever so mall a degree, the
hearts of the noble ladles who have undertaken t
I the noble task of helpingn l t helpless. If there ga
in sy thing about your home, which you yourself
do ot ueed, m aeed it to the fair. It wll therebe r
piaed to your credit in the books up above Por
which are kept with rigid exatitude.
A gihl g min ea the city rues a bad of
muce, to keep time to the rattle of the dioe, the
cilek of the chips and the voice of the ke-ecailer.t
SProbably also beeame " musio hao chorme to
msoe thety earage hart" of ye tiser.
The Cmtomose omoers have not yet besa o
pall their salarie ser the meth of Morsh.
ITh eherday, as a lo weialed atrmrsy wa o
ag esing tolow agth alse through a inter. C
minahe reas, the judge,. weeprmeos - was n
ets*bed to thb ame- smse. seseaeled fornm
5et.nlbegtepo ie aesae trtsm. ",Why
dim yewm r hembr ansmpt hId" . t h Used.
ly sprig of the bar. " Inteerupt lia, sir; 4ir.."
rl him I Why, dett yes know that be i l I
tin presriptloe-the oftsnee you itermspt his, the
md' loager he runs on?"
orik We heard that cheas again at the Acadmy last
.art.' night, and also of an adventure i a bheronem
mn. street oar.
S We are authoritatively Informed that wide trow.
at sr are again becoming fashionable i urope. I
A clothier of St. Chrles street auures s that the 1
talonrs ofthis ity will urge their immediate adop
tison her for two reasons. First they are more
easily made, and seondly. the clothiem will de
rive more prodt from their sales. We know of t
people who will be sadly disppointed by this r
na piece of intelligence.
I as City Topiks unerstands that a orack-brained
tor fellow intends to apply to the expectant esrveyor,
ood General Longatreet, for a place under bim, In the
Custom House. He says he has consederable ex- I
perince in the duties of the surveyor's offie, and h
Swas, besides, a faithful soldier of the Cofeder
Sacy. He intends to procure strong recomeeda.d
Stions from several of the general's equals and
compnlosa.ia-arms. and feels eomadent their let.
no ters will have great weight in his favor. He or
goes that if the Radicals approve of the nomina
es tion of one of their most formidable and dreaded
foes to an important and lucrative civil office,
In- they hardly can howl at hi selecting a poor sub,
he who did his best in a minor way for the Lost
ego Four amiable females met by chance, the ordi. !
as nary way, on 'Monday light, lsa ell of the
lsa First District lockup, and for a while managed to a
ing pursue the even tenor of their way in a most tl
ate sociable and amicable manner. To be sure there w
ice were only hard boards, or a harder pavement, to as
'k lie down to rest upon, tnt thes sweet-tempered
me ladies had got used to these little inconveniences, at
1 a and would doubtless have weathered it peacefully el
elo through to the morning interview with the recor- di
of der but for the untimely arrival of a fifth female, le
the who, arrayed in a single article of apparel, and
he feigning entire insensibility, was legged in length. "1
by ways and deposited in the cell with them. A w
Ire pretty party they all made up there to. he
n- ether. Blear eyes. dishevelled looks, w
ry. bloated faces, angular ftrms, tattered
sir olothing, all were theirs, while their converse, on. DI
is; livened to a eaustic spiciness by the advent of a m
of new companion, gave one a decided conviction be
that he'd rather go into an Afrioan jungle than Be
enter that cell. The new-comer was criticised,of
course; true, she hadn't much clothing to undergo co
inspection, but in default of this, the envious re- fa
lot marks of the sex were directed to her most un- m
,', seemly lack of costume. She lay peacefolly kii
,. dreaming the happy hours away, in spite of these th
id invidious remarks, until the turnkey's protecting
glance had been withdrawn, when suddenly- th
" At once there rose so wild a yell by
te Within that dark and narrow cell, ce
be As all the fiends from Heaven that fell a
Had pealed the banner cry of hell."
Back rushed the turnkey to find the woman still
apparently Insensible, while one of the other four po
Is was dancing like a howling Dervish about the da
e- cell, holding her head with both hands, crying dr
n- like a child, shrieking frantically, '"Oh! she bit to,
te me ! she ink a piece out o' me head with her qu
ig teeth," and pointing to the innocent creature
in lying in a stupor. The other three gave ready Ne
to testimony to the truth of the asseertion, and the rie
o- farce ended by the artful dodger, who suddenly don
s recovered her senses and gave vent to a voluble let
o flow of profanity, being led off without mercy to del
g the stocks. oZ
The whitewashed tree trunks in Lafayette
it Pquare give an air of general neatess to the hal
, place, such as it has not presented for a long, D
n long time. the
UInsTORIAs, rIAsemarms, arc, hill
'I he Sandwich Ilanders eat ackass. A
Wales gets back to England May first. twe
Chinese enameled jewelry is the latest novelty. citj
Chicago ie to have a Kindergarten. The
Patti's curls and chignon are natural. for
, Isabella is going to Rome. quk
The spring style-rising from a hornets' nest. to
t Sheridan pitches his tent at Chicago. T
Paris belles paint their ears. o
Eugenie does the " bend." met
t The first stirring event of the day-sweetening and
one's coffee. den
Joseph Medill, editor of the Chloago Tribune, is cour
Sumner denies the story that he is to make a nat
Sbelicose speech on the Alabama claims. s
Shreveport is to have a new synagogue and a
The ex-duke of Nassau, widower, has been in
Stroduced to Mrs. Lincoln. widow. rep
Ezra Cornell has given about $2,000,000 to the a
Blrick Pomeroy writes to his papers by the last
of an amanuonesis, while traveling in the cars.
Rumor that Kellogg will wed a handsomj, rich, o
Syoung New York merchant. t
1 The momentous cabinet secret was first divulged hea
to Farraguot. p
A cannibalistiLc Glasgow lady advertise that *Ai
I she wants a gentleman for" breakfast and tea." o
Five thousand more cyprians in Wushlngton thut
than ever before.
Mrs. SwBahelm gets $500 a year as lumber in- deli
e ector. has!
oThe Chinese embasadors have invited. Pnnoe der
Napoleon to visIlt Pekin. o
Lamartnmp's life was insured for 100,000 francs, Flb
in favor of his niece. pot
"Champagne Patti" is a new brand of MHums xC
& Co. ct
Whet law deprives a womsn of her rights more
than any other ? & bache-tor.-[Ex.
Tlhe success of the national peace festival in cipe
Boston is now secured by subscription. mon
Ihe First National Bank of Bookford, Ill., has
A backward spring is prodouced by preoenting lt
a red-bot poker to a man's nose.
The Daveonpori are gring exuraordiary " spir
Itual diases" in New Ter.
Charle A. Dea is tlheuht to hve som show
for the New York oeelleetorship.
It is said the New York surveyorahip has been
promised to Gen. Quimby. beh
Grant had Fish in pickle for the mission to 8t.
James, but had to take him out to supply the exi- gd
gency of the 8tewart stew.-(Ex. of p
Mrs. N. Smith haus bees elected mayor of iak. bat
loom. Iowa, the first woman who ever receivoed mar
that honor in the country. quoe
The New York Tribune has discovered that 1866
the negro is "salgmly infterio" to the white 5
The weather of 8sunday ad Monday was ex. on
tremely fine. That of yesterday was dismal Isb
enough. hIr 1
Wt;lard's, the Metropolitan sad National Hotels, is
at Washington, took in 4000 a day daring ian. A
The appointment of Logtreet is not atldfa. mo
tory to the Tenneasee Unionio Mullies is re
ported to have esmi of it:
This comes of yr redy e (ticeaee.) I
waat to ae the enm nexttime before I vote for e
mrat's"retticene" is discovered to un that atio
thinsgeerally mst be "hkept in the family." o a
It is enasteodthat theroe are 6,000 threshingr
msoeinee in the Usied stres, withet ontog i g
the "bel-mm. pori
Thle number i h res now in the Unitd intts osed
is 8,00o,. represeing l mey e tpward d
0oi. Stekdale, Spervisor mrsey, ol. Wolf. hee
lay sad Mr. Whirth have rtured frem Washing. and
the obher o smtsr rn ssemem, Gm. smeel
lrsmmNsde at 1arIie oathe sead bags Wee
slur.. f Ili Be., Spesaai hfis bdmos easddatMe
k for ve prol M toe s u C e y e Moet.
,he Horses sky at wloespeoto fat dsree that
stable bsopeu rsetrqeired me sebet apply.
t n o Yr. aner i hkeep a m -of bi shed B road.
O Greth anid asp os mneh more Ya Joboooh
p.am .d es basest dlwaeMe of epio or
row The BaltimoreO Geettl thinks ald the indistions
ope. polet to a movemnt e the part of the nw ad
I the mlnistrtas at Weshgton leokig to the early
dop- acquisition of Caba.
sore The Houstoe Times remembers Murat Hatead,
I de proprietor of the Cisoeuati Commeroial, scaroe
w of twntyyears ago, as ablut, bmehy.headed oountry
this rustic, taking his irst lesson i qall.driviag.
At one time last week, a the Gread Trunk
lin, bettwee Meatreal and Portland, Mo., the
snow-boued ears and locomotlves extended oea
or, tlnouly over twety miles.
Mr. Haldemaa sow owns the entire pres of
ax- LouIsville. The consolidated courier and Journal
and is to be the morning paper, and the Democrat the
der. evening paper, of the place and the period.-[Ex.
eds. The World says Jesse B. Grant prognostlcated
and the presidency of his son when he wrote (for the
le New York Ledger) that "Ulysses, when a very
. samall boy, was very fond of money and presents."
dns. Major Ho\t, of the Lake House, travels to and
ded from the Halfway Hose on a veloclpede, but he
1oe, thinks their use on the shell road dangerous to
sub, those driving mettlesom hoares.
ost Haley, i Commercial P e, hase the Tuor, Field
and Farm, New York Mercury, Harper's aser,
Day's Doings, Hearth and Home, and the Lady's
di Meagsiue and Gasetto of Pashion. I
the vmw Pant, ge6r t-d.muse of os Japanese
I to army, Is a German-Ameriean, and was colonel of
ost the fifty-second New York regiment during the t
sere war. He left the United States regular army to t
, to acept his present poeltion.
ired Doean Platt has a high estimate of Lougetreet,
es, and believes that if he had been commanderin
aly chief of the Confederate forces he would now be d
,or- dealing out oolcal patroage, instead of being Its c
and "G. A. T." describes Brownlow as follows:
Ith. 'The face was all rook, the hsads were all crab; c
A white they were, and thin, and between his fore-.
to- heed and his knees they fluttered like a pair of II
ks. weary gulls between coast and ooest." a
red " Ten Bears," Indian chief of the Kiowas, of o
ena Dakota, in illustrating wht a " hp squaw " his u
f a mother was, said that she was always on horse.
Jon back. She got off long enough to give "Ten
Ran Briar" birth, but at once remounted. Ii
,of The Salt Lake Telegraph, in defending the pe
rgo culiar institution of Mormonism, remarks : "The
re* fact a polygamy has existed about as long as hu.
un- man nature has, and still only a small part of man- ti
ily kind are really and truly monogamists, for most of
se those who are not polywived are polywomened."
lig Donn Platt is Informed that spies in the pay of t
the French and Austrian governments, selected
by the Jesuits, were living In Washington, re
ceived In good society, and possessed of all the t
means of Informrtion such people generally get at
access to. in
till The Ban Antonio Herald says there Is military
ur power of the United States enough in Texas to- b
e day, if it be put to its legitimate duty, instead of
ag droning away in vice and idleness, in sea-port oc
bit towns and contry villages, to keep the Indians
er quiet. e
re The World recommends Mrs. Anthony for the ns
dy New York postomoe. It says she put the car. th
he riers of the Revolution in uniform, which un- ht
ply doubtedly suggested the uniforming of the city
Ie letter-carriers; and she knows all about malls, fo
to deliveries, stamps and other details of the post. i
t Certain children in Portland, Me., were In the
be habit of sliding down a hill nearthe house, sooom
panied by a favorite dog. Early one morning
they discovered that the dog had 'taken the sled, p
drawn it to the top, and was now sliding down the Re
hill all alone by himself; and this was frequently go
repeated I rel
A coantryman who had never paid more than th
twenty-five cents to see an exhibition, went to a ae
y, city theater one night to see the "Porty Thieves."
The ticket seller charged him seventy-fve ceant
for a ticket. Passing the pasteboard bak, he t
quietly remarked, "Keep it, rMsr, I don't wgat
to see the other thirty-.die," and oet be marolhd,
This power of money is the most debaseig of atll
others, and It reacebs Into sad controls every
branch of our government. A man cannot be a
member of Coagrees without beg a rich um ; ld
ig and this necessity is so apparent that If, by oao
dent, a poor man gets In he mmediately eteabot ut
ouring the defeet, and comes oat rih.--(Weeisg. the
ton letter. th
The ovrsers of Harvard Collge have noie
a nted Charles W. Eliot for president of the salver- fas
Jaly. He is a son of Ho. Samuel A. Eliot, sad at
present is a profesor in the Institute of Technolo. co
gy. Mr. Eliot is thlrty-elgMR years of age. was w
stroke oer of the first bhot's coew of Harvard, and
represeuts the young Ameri element amongl the the
gradoste and frands of the college.
In oe of the New Bedfolrd (Mass.) eharhes,
last Suday, the chorister indouced a str~se whl of I
had a ponderous basser voloe to sing with the ahor. vr
SBo deep anud powerful were the bass otes, that
neither the orga nor the other singers were moneh d.
d heard, therefore the congregation relished the the
peculiar ftness of the minister's text, which was: t
t "And I heard a voice from Haven, as the voice
of many waters, and as the voloe of a great
n thunder." for
We well remember a soene amid a crowd of tic
Sdelerates at BIragg'sHotel, when Mr. Wed, with ado
his left hand resting perulasively upon the shou.l
Sder of 8penoer., and the long, magnetic forefinger
of hli right huand pointed straight at his victim, 0 4
was trying to convinoo him th·at the nomisatlos of oP
, Fish "would strengthen the national ticket." That Mr.
potent anger, which never failed to carry Its polant.
n except at Chicago trwelve year fterward, Indl i
cated the drift of the tide, ad Fish was nomlat whb
ed.-[N. Y. Sau. pro
S An English court has had to decide whst a velo.
cipede is. A genatleman croed a toll-bridge up
nmounted upon a bicycle, and was stopped at the on I
toll-house. The collector examined the machine r
and then pored over his list of rates, but could th
not fid anything reltig to suooh a vehiole. At tea
Slast he decided thae It must be a whelberrow and hi
required the rider to pay two-pece toll. Th e
latter was dignant and Lrought a mlt pagast the
tell esisete. We I nt gve the relst of the not
Strial, es the magisLate reured tUe to cosider w
the momentous question. de
ln the Paelor eearts InNew Tee ela. L.
bells Mandeville, apd 40, see Ed Birmingham, its
sed 50, to recover 810,000 damags for breach by
of promise. Many years a he "waited o her,"ng
bat the eongagemant was broken off, aud both '
I married other partners, Moh of whom subse. A
quently died. Then the old lovers, in December, oo
t 1866, renewed their intimacy, and April 16 was y
named for the matrimonlal conummallon. In
April he besme siek, ad could not marrty, sad i,
on JIse 16 bhe elected another partner for life. *
I Isabela clames that her engarmant compelled
A FAmos Hxron-rx.-The unequalled indue. so
msnts which are preessted by theoe popular an, Job
tiesearsnn. Messrs. Louis 8tes &r Bre., Mo3. 3 Ma.
une sad 9 Gravir serote uve not "oly re. Per
derd the ir blishment one of the morst attreet. itt
lye In our dity, bet he even ben the msons of .
Introda4g their names, oepled wlat a high repe.
tactn for rdlshtI, fer late the remotest setiones pt
of our soethern market. Their M1iweky sales eon
v lng es ehuseterlused by the lilsral at
tsedne they i rnv y meslvse, ad s nheg t"
has bees the ratlesatim aserded thata large pro.
portio of mprs have leMared to regard them a gire
pa LaSmmoat fen tes fer applyg their shall
lin e. las aesis wem s elmeate le sdli
to nt al d IbsemtJr reqott themo d Ma
bo k r dmsiubh sinkLmamm, sod
4 **Semina cm Cw&
pty Thin d1· evelg. A qmgearea pee.
O. Te mnmmses of the lamee s -o w reead and
on rol w urown oAbI rOa oeouUsa s.
Or Is a reselte in relatie i the extesion of
Ire alarm ires to eerals leoPellss. Oenuerrd Is.
ioe n a reeistles ayp the tmise o6 of
Sthe ereI t ~ t ae.- i" lr n a Lthe
seveath. egt am4 dmink war se dkeph the
streets thereof is repair. Coasered Is.
n a arolaen to loaoe b ta a at I* or.
nd, mar of Miagal es mdPet ve nare .
Ia a resol ion to erect a ae alarm bel is the
Work Home. Ce rmred l.'
In a resolution to adindlote the eoatreet.
after the usual pmbeaeos, for the smpply of
rusk beef to the dtbreat public inastitloutis of the
e resol a es to repr to roof of Pellsoa
0o0- Hook and Ladder Fir Compamy. Coacurred in.
Isa raeolution setherlmma the aperiatoedest
Sof of the fre ime legah to bve the b lathe
D Work House searreaged atosr alarms. Co
the urred In.
seed Prom the potpa .heiMee Gamal sreet, pro
the testing th oe amplas railroad hanges
on the Canl street shelred, ma tehalg to depre
7 obte the value of prpw, eto. the member of
." feet of lead oting the set owned y eao
ad property holedr is tlehed the pet1la and
I he foot up a respectable sowing. Befered to the
commtte on railroaedd
Ito From A. Wor .rl
e on atreets and lmidings.
PF'roem te resdl e t aed redare of the Carronl.
Ston lroi This petitleo, without beis resd,
's was referred to the railroad committee. They k
that they be allowed to lead their pameugers, like
we_ other reeds, as aSald et.
In relation to the keeper of the Courthoam,
Sto employ assistant at 0 per moth, to keep
to the buildpgs, eto., in order; the pay to take effoot
from the 1st January, 1869. Adopted ad seat to
the lower board for ooeeureee.
S The finance committee reported unfavorably on
in* the application of returaing to Mr. Wits $500,
be depoested by him In the adjedioastio of a railroad
Its contract, and ofbred a resolution authorizing the
return of $500, provided he assume certain ex
pensses nurred by the oity, and to exempt it
rsa from liabilities. The rport, on motion, was so
b; cepted. There was a motion to lay the resolution
ire on the table.
of Mr. Kaeer was eurprised at the report of the
Sfinance committee, n reportig ch a resolution
without lookiag at the law. He said be read it
of out of the book and nmo out of hls had. He
his was in favor of returning the sum without any
' Mr. Brady epled, sad eated the gentleman
.en whoe ade the deposit had only to go to the oou.
troller and ask for a return of the money doe
a- posited by him, and it would be banded to him.
This, be thought, would settle all dliculty in the
he matter, if litigation was not the object.
bo- Mr. Poynot explained, and was only defonding
. the ation of the finance committe and asked the
of adoption of the resolutiou. The matter wu, on
motion, postpoed to the next meeting, the chair.
man stating that the party may go and demand
of the identical deposet from the controller.
ed Streets and landlg ioomm1to--This commlt.
re tee reported on eertaln works doe by the street
e ommlmesoner, sad submitted a resolution an
Ihe thoriing the suerveyor to case to be made
set stone croselnge on Dryede street opposite the
market. Adopted. The balance of the report
weas, on motion, referred back to the some com
Smittee to ive a opportunity to hear evidence on
to- both aides.
of Mr. Shields obred a resolution fncreasing the
)e compensatlon of Mr. Henry J. Leory, city attor
ney, to amount not to exceed $10,000 per annum.
Mr. S. eulogised the esolenoy of Mr. Leovy's
services as being the most sooesenl city attor.
he nay who ever held the omce. He stated that by
ir. the city charter they could not directly lacresee
n his snry but for bl efiMoeny, etc., he thougbt
Sby increasin his dutes additinal compensation
t could be legally allowed him the attorney to pay
Is, for all addit omeelune weuever the city's in
t. terest require additional counsel.
It was moved to refer it to the lonaee commit.
tee and on the otevote being alled it was carried.
he The board thee, ea motion, adjourned.
eSerd ow s"s.e*aa Aldemem.
prThe board met last eveing in regular seess.
d Present-Mr. Kearny the chair, and Mesrn.
is Bos. Aithens, Walker, Pemberton, Camp. Mont.
ly gomery, Morphy, Pndely, trken, Fisher, Par.
roell and Breen. 1
The trre er's report showed the receipt for
d the we ekdgarch O 1869, to be $14.274 0;
SI cadtres, $6i; bLoe, $223,000 12.
' " Mayorst .fo llowinz mresaes :
S v veto Pf the Or. cdern an applicalto
tobe made t.Coa. r the, orecedn of t
m Mit to e city. Lid over.
i- A veio pe e reolution whiobh ordere the re.
ovl of obstrctions rom the Beet
Jal ei id over.
B "md s aih eee si e of the cbsm.
sdee widening of the mortheset
, s oef an set, from v Bayou St. John to the .
N Metak ire oud. Luor.
A rsolatioe fom the upper board exempting
the Wor kgme's Muteal Benevolent Life oInur. g
ante Asoton frem teatio, was referred to
the finane comamtee.
r The commtee on streets d la dings reported
r- favOrbi s ie re olade l to Messrs. Cole- e
a d&r I Gen r ei eddiLtion on their
Scontract foraew bla , whoh coataetc
was entered [ete wa Te matter a
a was- lur salet wa
d Ale u from th e b p ard, - u
e thborial the Mretio of a big over Kel 1
mojnea* eaosw esrweetrc,ahly. Berso o
S Also on a relmne alerling the removing
a of the Cadl set ilewalk near the rier. FPa.
. The rso olmi te oted fovobly on
t e resoln g the powderiog n to Mr
h d. Shilds. Mr. BrantooktheoothloIn favo of
Sthe resolution. Mr. Pembertom favored the re- b
t or e the whole muger into the had of the
u , to be by har eold tho lneowe bid.
der. The rreolaotil was ndly _te. t
SAlo ou the reoution pyti r F. Bobbin 850 0
for furnituore in the olerk's o of th ifPth DIs. "
4 trict Court room. Favorably. Blolntion fially
On resooltion granting a reduetion of three per r
r cent. on al taxus pad ina Apil, sand two per oent.
os all paid May, fravorably. Mr. Storeko was
Sopposed to this reoltion. Mr. Pishber favored it.
Mr. Wynne thought that indcement to pay taxes
wau out of plae, and that the peopgleshoulld be
made to pay what they owed aor els be soid out,
when sonmebody woald eom forward ad buy the
proper sad may the taxes. Mr. Stareken re
sumed the foor, and took occson n his remarks fj
to expres his desire to have all back taxe paid
up by deliaqueats. The resolution wa adopted ,
on fts nrst reding and lies over for its econd I
lThe committee om fires, to whom was referred
the comm icatoions frm Ge. B. Bragg., euperi.
Stendeat of the Water Werks,a Mr. 1T.O'Ucaaor,
chief esnguler of the fire departag., regawdr g
the necesity for grater suppues of water for the
ire depart t. reported au erdinsa ordering
the eonsemute of tea brick wdeb at various
department. Resolntios was nally pe d.
Its frst readng at the ist meeting, was called up
y Mr. Fisher. Mr. Farrll wm a nhwvor of mak.
Ing up te samout reqn lrd byanhefptiona
,monpt te memberm of Uthe ouneiL The resu.
tion was finally passed.
A resoltion sauthorilag repoirs to the engine *
house of lEgle No. 7.
Mr. Drrea oernte a raseitise sunorlsolg the mm'
mayort t he foite dio dlinglshed per.- a
soltoonbag ftth e~ydl t d the coming Slate
Mar, yi.: .h N o t Plret t of
the La.,*ed bMso U. . Great. His Ioel.
oncb a ThJe PreolS 8e Colfua t x. r
J. C. "rec 'nrdge, Hon. Horio leyier, Gem.
Frak P. Blak, Gem. BHaouek. Ore. 3. C. Bn.
ebanan, G. C. leth, eorsey St. Lomis Fair As.
oelation, Di Ezodlleay Kg Prosdeet Andnrew
Johnoe. The eoletio wa taold.
Mr. Breen ored a reolattoLe hiuoths the
ayt attrey to a pl l mof ierrell and
Pers, ordlg the anuyo_ ud encoe om
aitee to fnlh hobed. The resolutic was
Mr. u rsa oare te tloreo resel;et -
a pt*4 d wa metp lth esI w ue trmtd
to nrerl and oeta all dy moey tht may he
proosted It thesr styst , U t t ,3t l
give I reeIpt for the , for wMdek, bo he
shall have ver ed, the ederk eo ae treasurer
shel give arecept ohl i dg v-f to lve
It was tblesd. H
A reolnti berm tme I re toi r for m
di i w reZa dm s et, ihe m e
a ted, w l eer th e nd netme - e.
W 'ui AND L TAURANTI
7r.4)j*W3 EbOTNL -1 b sw w erad
e r Sed eam.r ra Irmwewy ad Fortye~
ep!mý >nea do$atmev iOR sobeter bomwM
srauoir d alm fie ~t wauslt bow at my.
I M frstcr de Shl l 3 e-t rMea ben no
db u yaw~ betw and mid wowrm~0
nL S Ha Mit / ia; waoný lb~ nmant I.
ad `.OtofMo',UA .Tta t *A atAsan
sloe e dtr s ti
4 i. Alhv Ptmaemt Lemibem, udmeamejf ý an alend11J.
wsemio ethe put .wmoetUgl K3I A HOLLEY. as
r of 55as)BB~e Ix NRW N*bZ.
the 3.. WSM ai .emmh User "i
I~(, T b~' eSao
Pwid.OIEEU ptr emedetala whe d ovew
twee - Smut~1 06.1mm
MSeS resin-u wit, oet berne It they demce k plcainby.l
pro- wiu 0eetmd3 Mwibwthelda
of cr J.1O. mMS. M Rae..w Orieaw Dm117 Cymrn
."eral me 3 o ..... NoVa,
the WSW YORK.
Cea I to Ovefr Ie14T edewe" clad Uwes
"so~~0 I133N E EUROPEAN PLAT.
yoUn. ýeaý was bowIstopped M thie Herat
moe. d soems sadwa11emhiew w Rmeeeumt ca d meineV~v
atams' ladies'M td tracy 3 n "b-a ban r
3le ~I&.LlIA ON TAUL h ea eaf
loo 1.1 ROYAL "BART.
to Setwema S· a t med lhs a meet . jn
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bead Awn the D~mlmada of the Seans m e ho e buead hum.L
the ,Mo. b WIMof a n Mean.
't i her'n Wed'o, 01m., eta, aimbi at melee.
a0" rssmi Salema s.ete.g
hen Roe. elegatl b.reished, he Am Mu se weof wer eme
the This alememat In kart pe an mu lwe'em F a. m
Lion JCNDB33 CNFUU.UKOSu.
111 ·n.. M.. ..... .A,..ur . ....R
Lay e 0 h(Oppedit the Markt.) .
man Tb heCads WIRRN. LIQUOiS a dM OIIASM .ml a
on. ba .
de- FRANK ErCHARDI. Proprietor. It
th D O J" LTMAX ANK3 DW
pd MXDIOAL AND UURGIOL ItITIT~r YE
iii. ats q1a.i, Ins.ae a Umewmt Street
.et Folbt ttreatemetot (bOhest Uhseame the Throat. Laens
ALL. Lvrsd we Bieebesie wasrrh.Vooraaleeai~e 1)
ranmem% ierviwmAftetee, eoday. ilaa I te
It3 tie, Au dissj tedomtal he oas.a teat dew,, o! dw d
heo onned the epo materaidm ty me chins of life. Pu mu. and
uptme emma efr le Mart B, EarS1wdpy
art red ýkte.the Wob UtssersN eU . mNadagmIer. Blaeul ým
in- rally crated. ?hitlieYMxof er pe pro eeal Ile havis3 ti
on beer dosoed maedvt tresmmt of the sbove Sax
muw'.d diems.a I fewn whet I so ptomlie.a pemedy Sand perms- sin
semtoerm et dmem ert a aet sedesetmed. Dr. K has tw0. pr
.he mrs 'we andmsane teisefreom smm. of the most dlsdin
,r gulteii ledislee mmaInti country. manty of wwo'n Kf i
aer tlswny the worid f lettersm hearisg testimay to his
in *kifl hr Z an mebotad the prhedpai dleeeyrlm with
ie hihle..ohealeery hem motchel the ol~od oft Materta
hodi': he hem natlgate faithfully the efforts of voalrious c
event use .. aedeur-4tc . 5lde o f new remdies sot
by eater.' aed. wNrwemugetl Mhic beays prored is bave qoewitlem of _
mN cwa romedlet power. Preos. at a d0etasmeG consolt wasm
ht hy letter. J LYMAN KUaSNDI. M. D.
litsCoas ..et. mnteages a Rampart street
J. SALDWIN DIP"S t&IANSI 0 PRIVATE nue.
_______ JdLw eer, ,Me. DealMly t
dt. " msm~ to ____etel shisbe reed by all Oawtk
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.d uyOgmMae.Owt uoutttiota esry a rom U
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I; anI pUlpane h eth O. wDarpmule ad
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rngeeemJgaD seta mamOaTb rllE Wet hy(ea
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