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NEW ORLEANS REPUBLICAN
THE STATE OF LOUISIANA.
TEEMS: $13 00 PEE ANNUM.
NEW ORLEANS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1871.
WHOLE NUMBER 1105.
KX rnna incident# ot liie in California and Kiig
iaud. eauiled
HEARTS EASE.
WXLDROSE.............................LOTTA
New hongs, danceR and banjo solo-*.
To-uiorrovr—Grand Lotta Matinee.
Inactive Preparation—I.ITTLK NELL AND ^. 1 K
KARClllONESS.
The anu.ia Maid; Gras ball. February 21.
lo t If
^CADEAIV OF MlSIt'.
MiMLDtW. 131 DWELL & Mi DONOUGH, P. »j r:etoi
Friday, February!!, 1*71.
OT«LV BENEFIT OF 31K. J. II. JAf Si,
On wb.ch occasion tin* vuiing phenomenon. .»l I.lr.N
PI LI), w .11 tuiiko Lia first appearance a->
IaIttli; pickle,
'n i 'i Ii a v ill introduce liis ieiMurh..u#o sou^a
and dances.
Tb<? perfoitnaii' « * 11 commence with Shakertpoure a
Comedy of the
m*;rl:y wives of Windsor.
Falntafl', J. II. Jack.
SATURDAY MATCNEK—Merry Wives of Windsor,
end U Gh Julien Reed.
SATURDAY Is I GUT — Merry Wives aad !. ?t e
Pick le
HON DAT, February 5 .—First and only appearar.re
n.' Mins UOSA 1 .IK .l U'K. vim „i appear us l.a:I<*
IVoil :u r!ie comic drama of tbe Angel Child, to be
followed with Hie fifth act of Henry TV, endin';
wi'ii »lie BatJo of Shrewsbury. and to con* hide
urCh Hie comic farce of Little Pickle, in winch .1 tie
tteud win in-ike his lust appearance. fi
.A
( : ADKM 1 OK MI'S 1C.
ruary is. i :-rrl.
I-iivCisuami'« lEftyitl Japaat'NP Troupe.
Compose-i *1 TWENTY STAR ARTISTS oi aotj
ioxea.
ACROBATS. JTGGI^iRS AND EUl'.UBULsYS.
tr2 _
|fflNK))OI» AMI WOMANHOOD.
AN1> THKIK RESTORATION.
ill iMtOF. O. S. FOWLER.
IN Li'CE'.'M HALL, WEDNESDAY AND KRIHW
lL twelves o'clock, to Ladies, ERKK; at eigu*
.'c.ock to Geutrt, illustrated by models, ir iiv lit*v
«ei» .. Na.i'jr.th evening, at seven o'clock, KttKK,
GOD AND IMMORTALITY.
Pb. ■ in.ogv a! consult at ions and ad\ I. < as toy m r
Own and c i. -hen.. beat business, sell c a IT tire, .9 ■ ..
at Si. Obi. -. s lintel, every day THIS WKXK. i:o,u
e.gt)* o'cbn k A. M. to ten o'clock P. M. :;. 2 I-Hr
KPli' VARIETIES.
<j«i ...>T. ('ll VIM,KS STREET...... «#
Yd-uisslon only Kitty Cents
O 1 * *■- K V K K V NIGHT.
W .' j a powerful var^ty combination
pUt-wT (.;£ANZ) DHI. 1 TAKY
MASK AXDDRESS IS M.I.
hkxt i.o n si a x a voi. srs:-:::<
STATE MILITIA.
A .' ODD FKLI.OAVS- HAI.I.
WjJu'sIii Xivhl, Krbrnarv )•>, 11 * 71 .
Lsil; — i nfuti-n., nnd geniieinen's ta ki-s. un:
trau-i-i a'a.e, euu be liad el uu> oi the iiieii'c rio:
tli.* o ;'a:.-iiT '
CASSITTBR UZ A"i:.*vr,"SKSTs
i>. ,.j .., .-nmi. l-'.rst Lie'.ltelluliT. A. Q. A! . < i i .'
0 ;pta:u D. A. Blnri hard. Compan . A.
1 apt.:.a J. X. A. W'Usou. i'-uipaue It.
ju ?9 . 2-5 3 1 1 H li _ ♦ ___
Jj*A>CY DREWS AND DKESS BAI.J..
dl/SSISSIPPI NO. V
OD:j> FELLOWS' HALL.
s.KrrJaj EvrninR, February li.
COMMITTEE OK ARRANGEMENTS
La-sard A. Burk, Chairman.
Ktiiinau'rel Blessey, J. MeGin:i.--.s
A. W. ('arter, E. II. Ot:i>.
RKC'l-PTIOX COMMITTEE:
VC.u'.cr It. Rogers Civerncii
Junes t*. W ingiu-lii. Jo.in k,\ik.ii
Ja.-n ■« Jlctt -if.. * John A. Stevens**.
A Grosct . Jr., Jam* -s Toflri.
It A. Uasc. Tbomu-, Melutv: -.
EI.O#R M ANAGERS:
Georg- tt. Braugha Cha:rm is.
i( - Prce John Curr
4 7 'a. orGaurhe, A. AY. C -i'-a
Tirkcts Two Doiiars.
A pm: i' or; a lor invitations may he made tot..
Bics-c-'. o -1 No. 12 -! Gravi-r street and No. Z-O
Oaroudi-.et utr-et. at John Hawkins'. So. IK Corn -
msn street. Engine House, corner Eat* hez -n i
Tchonpito it s, stre-its. or to Edward A. Bur
Jsck. -sj RoclrouJ Deirot
Li 2 t 23 29 -fe 1 3 3 UO I!
t tJUirs HOTEL MASK BALL*.
A ,..r.ee 0. ot .' GRAND DHEBE AND MA.-X B V..
WO] be 21 -en .u the apacioue Ja.i roon* •>; ;.:e .
XiO'JJe Hot--., as follow -
• 111 SATURDAY. February li.
(Or t'AItD! GRAS. I'ebruarv 21.
On ST. JOSEPH'S NIGHT, March . *
These hiiila w iit be the contuin uiou of ;'e- g ..
AiiW*rtu:nmcnifl given eva-rv *-< a: at *.*](• Ni-wOp.-.
Koue-* w here their order un i decoram b e e re:
d 0 riel them viot'.v pop- iar
Jaeger s apieudid Silver ('orr .t Bi-at !u. i> i
• igageti fo: the whole ecr-.i
Tin- eati.ui .c- to the hail room ao i t'o . a'
Just tic'ow- *.:•■ corner of St. Lou.-*.
Poore w it open at 9 P. M. Luii., :*) comm: u»e ,
* 0 . Geutiemeu $ 3 ; ladies free.
Tickwta rail be had at : - door o-i Jre night i
tho bail oi at r. Dumonteii's coriitc onerv, corn
Canal and Bourhou rtri-ets -alt 2 m
^BEslEXT «TY fllUSEl Al.
The. 10 and *,>. Charles street.
>»w >i -. ..Vtiou, a targe ami attractive s* r. «i
I.IVIMJ WONDERS.
• A . T. S , It A R F V \ l X T ' N G ' .
A* J e
.!!>9 OOO C *!riositi"s.
i ,n every par; ot the Wo; i
% . . NOR ONE PRICE OF AI)M!.SSI- >.' J
Open from 3 A. M toil P. M. jut -*m
REWARDS.
;-elVi: PCI: CENT KEWARD.
■ .ri stoic of tfa- aiiili-rbiga. * ii.i'i.j's
t ■ *.: tin- ui-iit nf t*:•' ,:r •: el J.-.i'..u
•'.. ;• . t ot T» : XT' KIVU •: .:
Y700D—COAL.
r^;!.* ? A EEl.!.,
r.it n
A o* . ia K and PI N r. W
*f !'o i. ■ • ........ pics*, s f.,.11.
Iv'OU::. ,» ■; Jc.i at tlu b'We. *. ::
«iIJb ..•(>!.aio MDct c.-anc! Git
. ■ ".'Jiwf.ni'nr Pocvi..
»*.T»lI»W.)dturii
LOST.
T -YisT. -OX THE SECOND IN.'TAN *. A NOTE
lliilie.. .mvuy 27 , iiT.'). at t liii i.v da•.. «ii ;i ';i
• * Dav;.,in y ** tch<*r, to : fie order ol Sauitn-I T»it»oL,
*«i<i by ni .ntlorspd for llie amount of ^ 1351 -•>.
I'Uq pijaii, ar** ci itioiifd a^aiust iie&otu/ifo;; t'oi
toOMaai • . a uviiii'Jt Jiact ln*t*n stoppo'i.
' * NAMUKL BROOK,
_1*' P '.* No. 34 New Le vff »ti
T OiT.-EROM TITK ( LRRK'rt OEHCK OR THE
5 km on-i Diatriot Co irt, a nolo made* by latt*
A* T iok bbiefiid and Ann Hbiclds iu favor ol Wil*
for five thousaud dollars ( 1 ^ 3000 ), and
arkM follows: " A, No. 26 . 931 ," and filed bv J.
r»o<±*puty clorA, on the ninth of May, 1366 .
u. * u- tun }°f Ibe name to the office of tbe clerk of
w wcoad District Court! or to Donnec L Bcldeu,
* 26 St. Charles btreet, U requested.
F OR SALK OR KENT.-A PLEASANT AND
^11 in able property in Lewiahur^, two hours run
from New Orleans; cottage liouce, out houses, wharf
and bath-house and spacious grounds. Will be sold
or rented to a good tenant, very cheap. For pree
and terms apply to George H. Penn, Esq., Attorney
at-Law* No. 9 C'arondelet street, third floor
No yellow fever or cholera was eFer known t
prevail at this place. _ jyl^ tf
I filK SAI.E—THE LEASE OF A VALUABLE
. Sugar Plantation, with two hundred and sev
enty acres growing nine, and mat cant* to plant
thirty acres more in mu' of the finest sugar te
g.ouso? Louisiana, with three modes of transporta
tion to market. The sugar-house is in perfect
o «ler good dwelling, quarters and outhouses;
ouarter* fi»»*.ill\ hands, and contract f**r labor all
made, and the hands now on the plaee. also
twrjity-ame mules. three yok** oxen, hogs, cattle,
wagons, « arts and agriculi u: a! implements of all
kinds now on the place, and everything in tini
working order and m lull blast. Will be sold at
private sale at a great saerilice on account of de
parture. A iv pi-icon who lias 1 'ioin tell to fifteen
thousand dollars of available funds, or good col
lateral-., has a rare opnort unity t«» make a tortune
::i .i short time, as the je •-.* at * rop will possiblv
\ .t Id four hundn d hogsheads, and molasses in
:»ronorUo:t. For full paMieu!.irs apply imniedi
au-i to >' \SH X: HODGSON,
Real Estate Agents. No. iTO Gruvier street.
J'OK SALE—A GENTLEMAN'S TURNOUT.
F eonMsViUg oL a fast voung Trotter, splendid
Top Bugg; . Fine Harness Robes. Blanket. Whip,
etc., to b«- sold on account ot departure. Price,
A*ldre.>s C, at this office. deUl
fOR BENT.
I VOR KENT.— THE SVOlt;. NO OT l AM!'
1 street, or the two noper stories ot Nos. 4 ® and
7 (lump street. Rent 1 *wr, leas * of thiee years,
fe 2 of.
R ooms to rent—one or two fine,
- large, airy, comfortably Furnished Rooms can
be had m a private Lundy, with or without board,
where the French ami English languages are
spoken, and tree from the annoyance of children,
by app!; :ng at No. 321 Ft. Ann street, corner of
Derbiguv. 'ihecais pass with n a lew doors ot
the house. Terms very moderate. oc 30
WANTED.
A
<;ent» wanted in ale parts
Ciuted States, to sell L. V. Defov* ' • Co.'#
Aluminum (<olil J**n riry.
Ag**nts are making $'.200 t<» per v#*#*k st king
the Aluminum Jewelry Tlu* Lent imitation ot jfold
ever introduced. It has the exact coior. winch it
alwava retains ami stand.'* the t - «t of Tt-'K'-g-c*
acids. No one can tell it from gold only fiv wngnt,
the Aluminum Gold being about one-tenth lighter.
L. V. Deforest A Co. are sc Ring their goods for one
tenth the price gold jewelry is sold for. and on
most liberal terms to agent's—one-quarter cash,
balance in thirty . sixty and ninety days. We send
persons wi.-.h::ig to actus agents a lull and com
plete assortment of goods, consisting ot Seals,
Bracelets, Lockets, lot-dies and Gents' Chains, Pins.
R.ngs Sb<-ve Buttons, Studs, etc., for ^ 100 — ^ 2 -» to
be paid win n the goods art received, the other $75
in thirty, sixty and ninety da vs. Parti* s w fishing
to order goods .i.id act as agents will address
L. V. DEFOREST X CO.,
no-* 3 i»- 4 b and 42 Broadway. New York.
R
REMOVALS.
E 3 IOVAI........................REMOVAL
unU**rsi:;acd ha^ r^un> hie STONK YARD
froiu tiic* oiJ hioiid. ou GujJtouj'touae alut-t, to tins
ARTIFICIAL FKKARSTONK YARD*
on Povdras srnvt, ljetw«*vn Locust and FiOjret
str«eto*. and tlic office •. » N«c : -• N.iicht*/. PLr»-**t.
lu vxtvudin*; and. l oiujoIi-i iiirif; i ka buaint-s# v^i'h
tht* Frear Artinuial Stoi,.* C-ompaii V, h»* would ex*
pit's# his thanks to a se;o*rou 8 puohc. the patioua
and friends oi a hu.-t:"c-*n oi thirty-* i^ht y* ara
staudiiiiT in this < it\-a.i .1 w > .' i so'.iuit .» coni.uu*
ancotd't'.u* saint* to il;.i Lo . i :a lutar Sto:i** Jlau*
ulocr arin^ Uoinpanv. .NfcWTuS R 1 CHARDN.
• W-FAR ARTIFICIAL
is;; tht*.: FTONK. also
jiUilMMi of tVu'U*im:,
R**f*-rri i* to th^ab*
NTONi*. FoMPANi n
Gra.i.te ; -.*i MarbK* t
fronts ot store# a:ul d'*
Uutcis. tombs, moiiMui. nts, fia^ktiug for bouquet*,
yards, garden-walks
Particular att<*ut:ori o* ruor^rty T;,>l.'l**rs. a * hi
touts aud buihh-rs is oailt**l to tho Artffi al Frear
fitono. now offered aa » beautiful and .momi* a
aubstir.i^e for brick a ail ]>...*«•; *d fronts #>f build
ings. and suitable for corn. « s. window trumniuga,
opines, fiout feueea. ere.
n w • ** ;..* a **. ?.
Depot for tax* aa.e ot RIl'IIAL; '<* CAPL LIMF.
BUSINESS CHANGES.
J (OPAKTNFKSI
v J li;.ve thi.s I
— ot i irrvuig
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•A.'IUKL LU
,<JUK
VOTK'E OF I 0 !*ARTM:R>II IP—FROM
id aft* • first ot : • luax . . 71,Mr. \ ICTOR
tiichrm w.f Lu: be . agggi'it
'.i .-K BP.OTHEi'.S.
f;,. , is D ■ • m >* r ' ' J " 1 iaJ Jm
IA(K*ON. KILP.VTRI' K A, HEN-!
yj Br.KeON •Jaun-.- J.)cg.,im. .u.-iv.cor to J.n-kriob
x Maa.—iia (D. .: K.tpatrii k V.'. !>. Hca
e. r-ea iut- Mat .1 J.ick.-oc .X Aa irtsaaf
i:u;ior!i *- ami Drillers in
.-* A I. T.
. * TOt't.AN, a NHVX r.EVFE. «n. t< .'■*)
COMMON s'.'::. EPS M-vv.BtL'r A Ns Icnasiaaa.
I'ruprirlor. Fi.sk >n!t W 11 r 4 .-bon.-u-.*.
Ca: goea taki-n on Storag- :n bice; 01 free. im
LOTTERIES.
I^RgWvrst; ov the lomsiana
• bTsYTw LOTTERY F *>1 FEBRUARY J, 1 S 7 I.
_____ j'**** ___I
i!
•1 63 | 42 j 69 j I 36 I 49 tt { 3 | 52 j — I —
The above drawing ai - j.ubiisln-.i instil The pr.n.
cioal papers, aud are drawu m puu*ic tla.ly at tlio
room * or the company.
is.tormsition furnislicd *::;* j>ri/,.*r can'.'slL
H >*AUI>. fil.MMtNn ^ v;«> . « or-tia* to'.
F*' t'aulesi fcircct, coruT Uii.-.a New Orlc,*::*.
TV.tuvjs* our bandi a No* » v . i-..im. L.* i:-...i - ^l.
this * 9 >U- : dav O. Fi br i • rv, kJ'..
H. Phi: ALT A
• ADAM GIFFFN.
• o»n Ul 1 A -4 .OlieTfl.
q - r AI?X i»T* BOGUS LOTT IL Ii I. n uxriH
T DlIsUNA rtf AT t. LOTTERY'
JU
(! I) 5 ' p f t. V.
• tacorjioratc-l I igiiot Hoi
■ i> Ig. • T.*aoWAK!)...............Pg.'c.s'DV'.T.
wJMil.ri M'NlBF.tl LOTTERY.
-..*. u" p« HKMB—ONi *7 if' -v) S'.'MSi.gS.
( ajii'.al Prl/.J*.........I5.30.W0*!.
! !.(**«*
7 • I' . DRAWN Ji ORGr(SS- ON
,**a( a if ay, IKebvr::u'» 11 . 1 i.
H c-x'jV). SIMM IN - •. : -.* I. ictc: .
g y 000 Nugken~T;citM( Oalf S'J0.
* :'"i7,e o ip * * s- ... . .............tJ-'-J
! j»r: 'v* of
1 pri/.ao*
I prue of
1 prize of
ft♦* pnz*M o:
" prizas of
l.ooo
I ,o*w
.....zw * * - ** *
Approxiznauon prizes.
25,
63.400
12.bU0
............9 280,400
leketa, shares ;;i proportion,
payable witliout dtiductiou.
Orders to l>e addressed to
C&ARLR8 T. HOWARD,
Lock bor 698, Pootofflco, New Orleana.
Bead poufoffloe tnouey octkx. oc register your let
tec. te
(4'i prizes, amoun'rug to.
Whole Tic
'
THE COURT*.
* I nited StnlCH C'ircult Court*
("atlin vs. Hcartt ot :iIs.—Tlio distillorv
Jiuil boon liboled by tlio I 'nited Stulos;
lint upon the trial of the lihel Cutliu oi»
tained judgment with costs. Hoartt. the
apitraiser, took out a fi fa for his costs, and
delivered it to the marshal for execution.
For some unexplained reason this writ was
not evented at the time, and Catlin after
ward sold his property. A new writ was
afterward taken out, and Catlin applies for
an injunction to restrain the sale upon this
writ, upon the "round that he is not in
debted to Heartt. Upon proper showin"
tic injunction was granted.
In the ease oi the steamer T. 1>. Mine, the
1 line was libeled and sold under a judgment
of the l.'nLted States Circuit Court, which
judgment was reversed by the Supreme
Court. The present suit is for the proceeds
of the sale, and a rule C asked upon the
register to attain tins purpose. The rule is
taken under ad\ isemeni.
I'aciiie Railroad vs. National Marin- and
Fire Insurance Company. In this ease an
injunction has been i-sto d from this court,
sitting in bankruptcy, to restrain proceed
in-s. the company liavin- -one into volun
tary bankruptcy.
Adler Brothers & Co. vs. spo-muml Killer.
Suit for •? 1 for -oods. 1'laintitY avers
that the "oods were puiehased in New
York and forwarded to defendant in New
(trleans. Defendant pleads general denial,
and alleges no knowledge of tke transaction,
but finally says that his brothers had or
dered the goods without his authority or
knowledge. The jurv returned a verdict
fur tie* full amount claimed, with interest
irom Deccinher, Istit;, and costs.
Kiuhth District Court.
The business before- this court ve-terdav
was not of an important character.
iU-day there will come up the case of
the injunction taken out bv S iiiun l Smith
et als. v ~. the daeksou Railroad on St.
Josi pit St:. ct.
A suit has been .-t-ercil it: the !.i"iith
i *:-tl i*T Court by the State ex tel. !,. D.
Salles.
The petition repre-.-nts that .1, H. l>ar
of lids city. United States Claim
a "cut. has in ids possession a cheek on the
stiiofreasury of the Flitted States, or the
tiroeecds thereof, in fav or of Henry Morel,
late eorpora.i in eompeny II. fifteenth reyi
menr of cavalry. Kansas volunteers, for one
hundred dollars, bounty due from ib,
1 nited States.
Relator represents to tt h- lias b.. n duly
eomtidssioueit ;:nd ipialili il i' I'ublii- Ad
ministrator for the parish of Lafayette: and
that llettrv Morel died at his domicile in the
parish of Ltitav. lte on the — day of Octo
ber. I'•*>7: a:n\ that under the law of te
state the duty devolves upon him to ad
minister all vacant siti • e --iou-t ami that
the said clo ck for one hundred dollar-., or
the proceeds thereot. should be paid into
his hands as part of the ........ of said sin
lirlati.r
tin Hie;
• !*
•s til t I:
di'iiiandi il ]
paymci
nt i
run;
id. il. D.
but tiuit pe
y luent
v\ ;<
l> lufuxi
. 1 . V. he
In* prays tl
lat u w
lit
of in imbimii'
directed to
tin
,1 Ii.
iDarling.
In.i;uli;ig Ii
.Ill to
*-h.
iu uuii'
• • to-dav.
• •'■'lock A.
M.. w
h\
111 * r'liu
mid mii .1
I Lii'linu.
l.liv.t
j •*;«:«l i lnTA to ivlutor. **r t]*•* aiimuu: n
* Filth District C'ourl.
| Th#* «M*v« n*! suits Lroti^'jt hy !Jic:* h;nits
• <*!'our * ity a :iiti**t th* »r«a>inho;it I Ira No. :•
j \v<n* * .ilh *t y»^tu!«la v bc?'*#n* th** Filth Pi-
Conrt. hut \v« tit over t'«*r a toitui»*Iit.
lu this ease it
apjieal's there vv:i> a rojli.sion
bet '.vei n th' El
a No. P and ..iioilii'l'sG-auu l. 1
1
..tl led li\r..
• Inning, d. am! -
? damaged 1
and ti.ai both boats v..i.
the goods I'.pou the lb i No. '
;
i. insur.iiHv «oitij»un:i*v \i »\»* mnfi-r
•1 ufi-ht. rctu- «l to i oM*t tie* JohM'i 1 m
*•• tiH*y all**::* that tit** a*« i.i* lit w.i> lli*
.It of i ar**I* sc!u'>s. ami t . oiihi h.m* h« ♦ u
*i* <1 if ihf* lav s ol navigation ai'plyin*;
i»* liver l::i*i h» Tl •• ♦ •! to. T'III* i'l
;n«-rs.
: ;*
brought emit ng.iin-t the -ti .null.-;-..
Koiirtli Dinrii-I Court.
An ill:«*r- -ring jo.iut 1ms Ic-i-n r.ii-. d in ,i
#uit imw ji.-mliiig bi-tin- t:.- Fourth Dis
1 liit Court, in vvhiih i-■■•.in unicliant'
vs In. sni-l flour to one I ■
i late aosi'iinding sjH'e'dat**
r of o;:r < ity.
! . laim tlie vendors'five .ley
«' privilege un
! der our law. nil the gioiiiui
til..* dniir is an
j ag: i: ultural produ. t. .a;ri. tl
V speaking.
i i'lu* Ciii r.t ii-' Batik. tin>
I'iigh which tiie
s lid Shut" iieg.itiat; d hi* b
id- of exchange
i
j
i
i
!
la vtit* ut for the .-aid llour. have set up
! .'lour i- not strictly an agricultural
din t, but lnu.-t be «-.nsid-rcilin the iigiit
ni .1 in. hug, i< :'i.t 1 .
not liable to tin- sai
T he rule to di-si
Wells. Fargo ix Co
foruia. against the 1
Is tiM.l tor triday.
Ciiarh s Sen;I A
Cileries \. Wliitii-*.
to recover £•:!•! jS.
good' shipped flout
I h'CCUlber.
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s' lion.
atl:- hit)' nt 1 >t
* Bank of Caii
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N. w York. (■
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no ot a box 1 .
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notify V, Vl's-'i
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v' ' ! —I j:: • r til"
■j. H. Wilson, at
... .;u< iitly it '.vas
and th*' eons'gt
and l.ik ■ the box
still in the jhissc
• hal t.n v hav ■ b
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jury Uidii Mla;
turned e verdict
tlie .second trial.
"''Ilie'suit'of Ji
N"Orleans, cl
contract for ••!<'.■
1 .eg Canal street *
Fifth
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o . :. :< linen G . .. l t;. n
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liie .li f. liduilf :•' opposhi • licchiiilig the
Niu links siiie o! lli - j bititiition and oihci'
prop) rty dcseiibcd i:* the npposition, made
■N. pt.mb :t 1 n7i). by the .Sheiiif of St.
Charles, to said Kochereau. to be good and
valid, and the same To be confirmed.
C. E. Girardev A Co. vs. E. Eiehelberger.
Judgment for plaintiffs. iflOi.i
Coiniuiaaioncr Weller'a Court.
The case of Abut, charged with having
carried on the business of a tobaceo dealer,
without the necessary license, was con
cluded yesterday. Abat has not been iu tha
business six mouths. The Commissioner,
therefore, did not touch the charge, lint
"uve judgment against him for marshal's
costs S'.T bo, plus Commistdoner'.xJ fees jiS—
i?IOb SO. A hat needed two marshal's war
rants to briti" hint to terms. To save the,
government, the Commissioner charged
entire costs.
.Mine. May. stewardess of tlio steamer
Ozark, claimed *.bl damages for wages due
and expenses incurred in being "banked"
by the captain of the Ozark, and in tinning
her way back to the city.
Tile Commissioner awarded w ages for the
whole trip and her e xpenses, hoard and pa
sage money to New oilcans, total $28 7b.
.Steamer Big Horn vs. l'ost Boy.—Dam
ned Jib 1 ', tor injuries resulting
from collision at Donaldson v ilie. Case
continued for further evidence.
DISASTER TO THE CUBA.
The Steamer Saved from Sinking.
We tin.i the foilowiit" in on • of ear Ns w
York exchanges:
The steamship Cub.. Duk< bar;.from New
Orleans, via Havana and Key West, bound
to Baltimore, before reported, put in
Charleston, twenty-third instant, for re
pairs. reports that on The twenty-third in
stant, just before A. M.. about I'.'O miles
• •a~t •«! Charleston, she saw a hermaphro
dite brig nearly abeam, steering the same
course, say about northeast.
Shortly after the brig suddenly changed
her direction and came down stem on to the
Cuba, striking nearly amidships, the bow
sprit making a large hole :n the port side
m ar the upper deck, the stern taking tin
steamer a few feet farther aft crushed in
the plunk above tin* water hue, tearing oil
tin- rupp-T. and n.ak:u, a large opening just
under water.
The steamer was >u a smiting condition,
the w iter coming in rapidly, and at out
time leaching nearly to the tires, hut by
great eifortx the ship was in.oiciuately given
a list, blankets and ' ver. thing available
w ere pressed into servi- e. and by 1J M. on
Sunday, the ship was pine -d in a condition
to in ike the harbor. l'h« name and condi
tion of tin- brig is unknown, as nothing was
hoard from her. but si-.- was seen after the
accident with hei masts standing and
canvas hoisted.
Tin* .Mrrrr \Vi» -- of Windsor.
We bad com*- to :h • oni' !::*:q'i that the
presentation of **lr.k. -pear-'s piavs to a
New < 'rb ..as audieni e Was all . Xperiluelit
vvliii ii no theatrical man..ger eout-l adonl
to unl'ilge in. iVy the andii-nt-s at the
Academy of Mu.-ic the Uir. o nights of the
production «>f "ii.-niy IV, or the Battle of!
S]ii «*\vsn;:j \" \v»
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ami pul
."n i'nlly ;tp]n«« i
i*tive th«*
iiifrit* of tii**
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>ul«i ifotui A::
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1 >•';* J.J .a rul<>-* + *•: .Mr. J.o lv tv *** u
♦ ;» • • *• «»!* acting, ami i i k* *i nothaiix
• *'i* « oii r* ;:»It*ri!i 4 i*y
■*• i-. t ittrhor •» tho Thu r!i.*no*
*J!:#i i!(*t by il
T! V pMri-vl l iillT V hr i'
letter or
niff
fa Mhi ally ;
p» : jiirii. and *
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I«ri :t*-. ■.'• 1-1 <• .cry ]«;•:* •admirably per- j
l'i••■i'l*-t. • »-ir i-.id- • d. -ire :<• ««•••
•good ... tilfg. Iili'i uni- o. Nil:»'.*• sjm ' b -I
(■••mi'di ' . ac •'.•! 1 1iy j> rued. si;.mid bv
all un-iin' -» cur.,- -- at. ■ .: i_ «* ric. A-adi ny
l! i« • .citing, a id a itDc-.s •!' • •>. •«;•;- tion of I
the **Mi ri. Wiv - oi They will
thank for :*. j
Next Dcinocrnsit* I nn-li.ia : • fur lirr.ilirnt. J
W- e.if.y :!■■• f'-i'o - . 1 , d -*• •*» it :•> the j
M- Nr»t ; j
WpiidcTiiv. .* *.;>;!.it !■' -'i' i' Sunday !
. f •!):*■' ty, .S».b *-> il- owned nu-l |
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- but.
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I •■-'. •■>:!;• 'i iiitelh cts ot that great central j
. S:;,'.'. .* i* the p 're.'f gri at man in it. . He j
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! thoi'g i a;••';..••* worth;, of it—so Uroad. j
j so I::g ! t. s i t"i• ■ * •* I.e that f.-w have ;
t ♦he.tgtt* ot as* -l iatiiig x.'ith this Idatite 1
; !— i . lit. I.e ran against Den-j
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b " ; ..• s ic*. 1 is a broadi r man than j
I Tii-.miaii. sug r afo.- of no poliii. al *dyn -s« I
of T>:» in. i < ib iidricks. .ml no adveutur: t J
ti - no h.s d 'ptii Ul.i* Ctorge lVndletiiu. '
No • :tg c.i!i''" : -lulu a. ,. a-* the case wi'h
i .' Hobo • i. iie i .i* not the nasty |
sni.irtn- ,-s ot'.Iic.it (Quincy An'.tins, n-ir the
up'!..*!*" of Frank ISiair. V t.'h that feeling
.n our '.mu. s wit.* 'i impri-s. es p* that .Judge
Hum; -7 w;li he the n. xt President of the
Fiiia ii sf.i'.s we . an not li--itate to sub
mit t: * I...;:;.' to tlio Democratic party as
ti*.' man who 1. is been both a cos. -tita
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♦ tonal D indent wi h a really natian.f
...... 1. *v;:o.*e nueional liiilita.-* ami disci
p'u: tiii.k • hitn th i:a*.*t eomnieniltib'c can
• ;d v hose geugraplii'. id positions
ai-iv. and w!
os- sitt.ati' n. toward other
utin' and un !■•*•• loo. ii that
i i.'.-t: i- .'i'•.»■ >••. : n an a.ta.it .ut
th- t» —n >• r.iti ni -mb of the (l- n oel
- tu'i' . ...I ; t- iv '.iioi V. ,i tom '.i-i-ss
lints- '
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m. mb' is iu tlie L<*gii-lau i> fr< ai the conn
i' :* ct .'i • :»• lead -rs of ib" Democratic j
need go i'. lessons in politii il v - ban. or !
'• r .!i»l:- a *:".;.* *o :be g. id: .m u v.e sc;ni j
i : I -it.:t ; v a, . n 1 wiit i 1 : • - li" I
* I: ••' i . II mi-ini-<•: . . ' si.
wifi b
burial to -i'l adjacent It' * u 1'v o ethers ;
wero i "ft .*t bom:; ah 1, in hi." re turn t *.••«*;: \
the butia! In* d: *cov.*r«*<l that another of the
children had d:cJ, and i r . too, was taken to
the aibaeent town tor burial. The father,
by menus of these funerals, caught a cold,
and. m less than a week, followed his chil
dren. These heavy afflictions affected tho
mother so much that she also died, leav
ing. out of a family of seven, but one mem
ber, a tender child. Truth is certainly
stranger than fiction.
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(Jib! Fellows' Hail, since its opening
night, has not been graced with ::s elegant
a party us assembled the:* Li.-t night to
attend the bull given by the American
l uiou Club. It is not amiss to speak of the
preparntnins which pr-ceded tin- dam---.
Plainly, master bauds ruled in the thousand
necessary preliminaries—tiiO'i- thing' that
are not observable on the instant, but when
congregated maift* success follow pleas
antly. One of the most striking feature
was th- manner in which tie* hull was
decorated. Irom t'.» very e::t:.i.n •- *o the
supper room.
At the principal doorway wet*- tvi lin-s
of evergreen trees, bor i-riiig the stairway
up to the ladies' retiring room. Aii spaces
wen artistically tilled in with rare .lowers,
and folds of purti-colom* cloths, giving th;*
appearance of a charming parterre and
gn-enhoicje. At the h id of the stairs'was
noted signs of military parade. Small,
snow-white tents, banne-s. ti.igs. markers,
muskets, sword.* amt trappings, prettily
p!;n fi
in r#
■g'.ilar order. 1 1 :
L fll
* centre of
a! I w (
•i a bn
.ss field ;ii<"je. j.
idi^iied like a
iiiiriiii
. At
tin* muzzle per,
L'hf
i a white
dovt*.
br.tr:
ng a sprig of
ol
ive—l'eari
trinmj
>hin z i
aver War. As a
p: t
lire it was
iraliv
b-aut
itul. ami attract"
d :r
vi- h atten
tion
Wirl
hill ?h
■ ball the sigh*
. Wa.#
worth;
V i.f p
ho*.igrapfi.nr. ah
■ i should
U-tc
taken
i'eudunt fro:
a tl
;i** brilliant
ohand
e!ier>
v. i r - fancy bird
i ages, contain
iii i;« »
narirA
. w.iieh warbh*<l
ami
danced in
pfl'l'ur
t «U-ii
i.ght. More Inin
g b
i.-iirath the
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gallery, and add
led
a i i arm to
th«- .Nft
'D**.
t oi the gas br.K
kete
. along the
sidu \v
all v:
ere placed suu.*!,
.ets
and dags.
At th#
Iron
• « nd was iicng :■
till
• oil paint
ol
Ian*'
olu. llanked by
tile
stars and
snip* «
« At
the opposite cai
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large-sized
pirtui
o of (<
leni i'.i! Grant adi
ded
its charm.
Al! to:
'f hf
or singly, w n*
■ver
saw Odd
h (Tiov
ii! mole Hi tistical
Jy decorated —
uuth : :i
tu Un*
■ gaudy <>! o.l* of
i t*. «•: u *f:
don*;.
If :
.11 •»*.
lock a goad' • n ::
17-M
r of .' luip
had a:
•: i \ rd
Wit!:«.;:t takin
A
pfi *>ii not#*
of Tii*
• t' ill'
we ;i"e compe
t«« i;ouijd;
Ilfi'llt
the
.adi# s vi ..tti
•nd
• ». an tij«)
dr----
V.V!
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jut
ami costly
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■•-[• • aii mention, out -,i u coiumeacemeiit
W. mad • v<- could not iiud .»:i ending .n
timf *hc I.* lie-were ;ttr;.-*d w:-. i x-.r-t;.-fe
and . x;a ii-iv .,
'ii.** g lhalits i- S : . . li ...
com.ugly. -;;d <i* veil u tii. :;■ tii'.i,* fo tic
I air.-n - TiK _ rogruTiinie v ,.s w !: »
tin ihimc hear;, ly. " 'I
Among the nmnmi-n: *. i>:*.-:s *.v •: • ( :•• . -
• Mag V> ai :.a>*ii >e;i:,t*.r W.-st.5la.vor Finn
• Icr-. Auniinixtrgfor Shaw. linn. s. ,t ( nnk
lin. o.idgi - i'ani.-e. T;aiu. Mayers. Wo!dev
and Hor,gh*"ii. * J- r;—i :.i.-r H-rroii, Buldy.
IK...... End M. *.. C-dan S'o.-k.lali*.
Street an I C.i —. ?■!; Frank uemi-k. W.
ij.ispc: It..,- g ;i. .''! ; --sis Nw.or Is. (f l!;ir:i.
V. l!.mills...I .'. idg- I'. dalle's,
Aii:j:.s an i many .,*:«•., *whosp naia- w we
can :.-•* *i * •. iiii:.ir:i::iat*'iv. i .:! to
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••■ iinivniifng i.i their
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: g til: ai-eiv "* Ul s. I '.biz
ethd's I ... Til's?
t 1 i 1 st. the ball passed
off as . b-asantlv
• < rouh! ba w.sh: *i. 110
si:;2 : " iiistaTn'e iic-r
ring tin* p!-a*u.- •.
A11 who ;t*tended
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ry'.* i tightest
llte Tr.iiiie;.! Krni* ( si vi>>
> meet :ng teak j. a.* ia.-t lUg-il at •*. »
M*-r. 'iaut-s' Kxeiiatig •. . -nil*!-' i ot .in »
c'.ar.ts and iuts r.uss men. ti • ;m.- of
with ; v a* to «rg u •«• a c nutwriy * • s.ij.p!y
this s.-. tioll xv:;h tropi. ai i •:.*• ami for
geiteia; ti.'di:u; •> ••;•;: tit l utittal
Ametleau
Th- Meeting •.*. as ...Il- i '•> -i.u •: .uul Mr.
\N'. U. Hull lings ..p.m.u*, J Tiic.-id* tii.
with :!:•■ foib-wng gen:' Iietia. \ .. ;-.. -i
dents B Ilandi'i'soii. \Y I! Morris.
Th.*;n... 15. B--.iV.- li 1! Sun *j.-rs, M.
Lcui.ivt*. \\ .*; fir.rw-l* K Prig W A
Shropshire. I. (' llieluir.ls A i'ir* J* t'
A Y.uho i \i A Fi-ct
v oo i. 1. I Sillopsl:;.* *.
'i ir- pm; osi . j.. oi. • i •■ «f ;'.a ni "'mg
ir. ; ay Mr Figc two,..', and some
digs rati- • r r.t. :. v • e o l • -l Mr.
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:-ud trade of Mcutwoed isiands. ihia'.itt
lsh-r.d. and i *i;.ic. nt island* near tii coa.s
. liondurax. Vbuamd in th* Lay . f ! . ti
• ii -a-. ( • ntr.i! Aaterica: ami
\V ilet'e;»s. i'l t \;:;tns -It of o • L.ol ■
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proper p is ms :..* ;*.«••». aenteii a.* .. re. for*
of tin- I* leelwiM •!. .* i * •Irb'a.i' ami .'on
dura' Tiopiea F.—.it and fid. Ti nu.-noi f.i*
t on ('om:i iny. null r a.ttliori:/ «.f .et
of i: .unl it: i: ami ?.:,<* s *m . oiaiicny »h:«li
in* I. "i.ieiii o ;'l fb" « :• • : Ne . • : n*.
will .. e.ijCL.ii 'ni. i.cte *• .•rgati- *e ana
con In'* rim "1 •
Th: ..••».• k . : :i a i •••.» .•••: . .' -I .*:
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river, wit -"., now are cow pastures,
beautiful residences will spring up, and this
immense purchase, together with territory
beyond there, will lie annexed to New Or
leans. We regard this as the most important
sale made here for many years.
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LATEST SEWS rtlOX ALL I*«DiTS
C-OY-ru.:. kt Expenditures in Jauuarj
T'A 0 '.3 jiSIANA JUDICIAL DISTRICTS
Appropriation for Mouth of Mi'siw*ippi
NE7/ YORK MONEY MATTERS
Condition of Things in l-'rance
REACTION AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT
Tt* JOURNALS IN FAVOR OF PEACE
Only Open I .('tiers for Paris
RET73AL TO REORGANIZE ARMISTICE
Coil Shipments from Pittsburg
Domestic and Foreign .Markets
WASHINGTON.
Li,ii-aili<itre* in January—Suit for slan
drr—Mennures lo I'rovisinn the Drali*
I-jic 111 Krauee—Confirmnrion**—S 0111 I 1 -
«*pn Outrage Conimittce—Spirit -Merer—
Dranti* Drnwbnpks—Mail Snbsiilv jn
iMexirn—Collection of Debts from
Southern KailronO CorpnriitiOnM—Iinil
roaJ l.itnd Grant* l)i,rit*sril-Pn**ngt
ut Bill Dueling Louisiana inro Txvo
Juilirtal District*—Adilitionnl Ipjim*
priation for Mouth of )li*si**ippi.
W x*!ii>i-5))N, Fciiraary —The e\j)e'idi
tures oi !:i-govt tnna-nt during the ttauiiit
of Jaiiua. v w-re $.700,000.
Congn''Ilian Bulh i. of Tcnne.-is •«. in
tcml-i siting tin- Chicago Iii'pmblUnn l>r
$1 r,,'JIEJ for .'iftndcr.
The ('antuet-iuokera are again at work.
A reorganisation after the fourth olt Mar-, it
i-t poxitivdv ;i*.g tt* d. li.it tho iiUentio.t is
licitied 'a liigli iiuarters.
The Hoard of Trade, and other coni
titer* iai and tinancial instituTions througlt
out The North, are taking measures to j>ro"
\ -si-in Tin- •h stitute lu'ttions of Fiance.
Tlti-y will ask 'he govi -1 uineiit for a vessel
to tranpooi t jno.iHions.
ill.- throwing nominations were coa
tiriiied: V. King. Collccterot Customs, i' 1 .
trict of I'amiiro. North Carolina, and Mr.
ilia- kiiurn. ('olleetor <0 Internal Kevetim*.
Si-;tIi i'i'uiie.'sci District.
1 it.-iT* were im noiiiinatioiis anaouuc ii .0
day
i'j|-- Southcin outrage eommittce i* in si—
sion. i-.viinin ug more North Carolina wif
ue.-se-. About titty have been examined J
*0 far. Tin- committee do not exjiect ;•>
coinpiet.- their investigations this sc.~sio:t. 1
but will make a juirtiul rejmit before :.*
CIO---. 1
.s,-Mr. S.tulsbttry inoveil a I'eeotisid
oration oi the resolution for the relief o! !
Frame and I'nis-i.i. in order to eortvet |
grammatii al iu.iecu: acics. disgrai ctu! l-i j
the Senate and American i»eojde. The mo- \
tion to reconsider was rejected.
T ire l»ill sU'!»-mlitig the use of the present
siiirit meter was discussed. Several Sena
tors sjiuk'- for the bill, as the meter was in
exact in iigiorting results, and is oppressive
to distilh rs. Objection was made to the
present consideration of tile bill, and it
w eat ov -I.
'i ll- lull ins already passed tae lions-*.
A bill allowing some drawbacks to.-\
•1 u teil arand;-.. accorded to rum and alcohol,
with an amendment that drawbacks shall
•tot ■-• il'.ovi <1 until the law goes intootli ct.
I a '
dividing Virginia into two j
passed, and goes to the l'i -i
i h • bii: fi r a mail -
;!t Moxi.-o. was
Mon to adhiuruiiieut.
• iy in t!.-•
« t imiit
v i # v~ i :
I- friends of subsidy fai
i; .1 mid! >'
learners are 'lopet'ul but
.'Liumauc.
'•'.ir N r •*.
agreed —V as tie. nays
t!:r /•':
iding imi.Kia of Mr. W ill
t»» pro#'*-*' i
.•It!; the bill sub*idizii
.-t**:iuirth:a Ii::
• in the <ttilf of Mexiio.
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The vote '* is not regarded as -. test, in
vie o" i g : neial disposition t" allow the
tseu.t r trom Bo-isiaita. Mr. Kellogg. t->
speak, who then proceeded to urge the
. luims or tii.* gidl States upon tin* itbi rniit;
atiil attention of the government, iiet x
o! iitted tii.tt the i-ill pf-vided tor a compav
atii •'.» a'! subsidy for .» '.•nii-montitly
steam tt.. 1 serv.ee tor ten year*, ............
New ( 1 ^:,.;;^, and the Me\ienti eni-'
Thru.* tifs* class Amutieati iutti* iron
steamships were provid-d t*»i f or rite
i::st trve a ars of ata l contract. $1- *. •'">
teas to J" p ; ; d a id for tie* h.-r tiv-years
fi'ID. !)')•' p. r a 'to util, la ease or ■ v •*. the
•gove.-nf. uft to take th-steani-li:p* at a dr
lumpen i mil.
Mr. i*. Hogg tii-n dwei: ;tj
nitre of th- propo dtion i:i a
etnntc-c:-.! advantages to *
- M.ssuslppi vailc.v an
i':a.mt' the "Soutlu
. . ..ntinued suii- it
zetl.
Mr t
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'i-unpoit
lg need d
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conduct .e
meat ami
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gretted *;>,.• p.irtiriri-'dp
• • I info ib .1 .. its*;on.
• oi the subsidy ctls v
-f fo tin* pe.-.ph* „• i i •
c.l that .e • oa a* h" had
It lie . v.i.i
*o p the subjs. t. b
:i • *ri s "ai of tbe plot.
I kc.U'ib r said he de.ile I
,.*• gcii- ia! oi cstiofi. •••»* I
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to* * !•* t'
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»;itbrrn :,j*l. •;*
1 ir
lie Nvi# #
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s**f!t#' t!i*
i'* '.(Tilt »li fit
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it ut
iml.
i-.ilaiy ami ; ••••*
bill w.:i «(■ .ul.rI
i onimittre of the House In
courts
Senate.
The s:i
agreed to report iu favor of upropriatins
Ilffo.OOO additional for tlie tuouih of tie
Mississippi river.
House adjourned. •
In tho Senate, to-day, s bill to allow the
Savannah and Memphis Railroad Company
o! Alabama to enter public lauds, was re»
feru-u.
NEW YORK. .
(-tovernincntH Dcciiiiimi—Moutliern*
(fold .StroiiK tuid Active— Foreign Ex
cliimac—Cciicriil Kina m ini Mntiers-
Kelievinu llisnslers in Krnnee—New
Bulldiim for Chamber of Commerce,
NT;\v Y'oitK. February St. Evening.—
Money (dosed easy at ;")«G. with exeeptioni"
at 1. {sterling Hrm at i *a 1 * J g. Gold closed
at 111 •*'/ III k. (.iovernments fell olfJute
iu the day; ;Vg0s of lrttiti. I l() : *ji.. Southern
securities steady. Old South Caroliitaw
weak, l einiessee* til 1 >, new Gl h; Virginito*
»»!. new ikl 1 -; l.jmisiana sixes tiii, new till;
Bevee sixes il. eights SO; Alabama ciglite
•Si*, fives d*»: (.eorgia sixes SI 1 -, seveuo
SiAs; >i ut tii Carolinas id. new ah; N'ortli
Curolinas 47. new'JHi.
Arrived: Steamers Erin and Prussia.
Evening.—Hold very strong and active,
opening at lli'*: then down to 111 1 :;,and
up to 111-*. Uovcrninent securities were
steady until a hfle hour, but closed steady
•at a decline, tis of lSrtl, I IB; d-bOs of IkftJ,
1 lib's; 6 !s, iOh's; das. I 0 h : *. new, IOS 7 j
t) 7 s, liih; ii-s's, lhh in HMOs, 10h :, 4.
.Then- was consider'able discussion to-i 1-2
;n regard to foreign exchange, tu eonuee
tion with some large transactions, and the
firmness of gold.
It i* stated that tin* Camden and Amboy
Kailroad Company recently negotiated a
loan of LdOO.tHip sterling in the London
market, and that within a few days about;
fO'III sterling lias been drawn against
tiiis loan, and that the bills have been sold
The Canadian banks have been heavy
buyers of exchange. These operations cep
resent the calling home of foreign capital
One of the Canadian banks yesterday
shipped $-700,000 in double eagles, which
operation was done at a loss, as prime sighl
bills could haw: been bought at 111* 1 -».
less i Hi. it is reported that this shipment
wa* made on a positive order for coin from
London. In connection with this subject,
there were vague rumors on the stock ex
change to-day to the effect that if the drain
on specie should assume large proportions
then there would lie a look-up of gold anil
another attempt to siniee/e the money
market.
The Chamber of Commerce, at a meeting
to-day. unanimously passed a resolution to
send aid to relieve tlie disasters uow exist
ing in France. A committee was appointed
to carry out the resolution, and Congress is
to be asked for a vessel to take cargo to
France.
The chamber resolved to erect a new
building, and a sub-committee was ap
pointed to select the site, and report at a
iiirum meeting. The chamber also con
sidered tin* subject of navigating the canal
by steam. The committee to whom the
subject was referred, while approving of
the application, indicated its inherent diffi
culties, and submitted the resolution, asking
tlminterference of the State Legislature to
remove these difficulties. Amcudiuent was
moved to refer the matter to the careful*
consideration and encouragement of tin*
Canal Board of the State, which wan
adopt ;d.
LONDON.
Bui lee's Resolution Welcoming Irish
Exiles—Act of Avowed llosiilit> to En*
laud—Reunion A^auist tlie Provisional'.
(-overnment in Krnnco—Starvation in
Bouriialii's Army—The Bordeaux Elec
tion Decree—Entrance of Bourbnki'a
Army Into Switzerland—Forwarding
Provisions to Paris—Bistitnrek India
liosed.
[Special to tlie Mew York Herald.J
laps Dos, February 12.—The Times com
ments on Beueral Butler's resolution wel
coming the Irish exiles as unprecedented.
If serious, it can only be treated as an act
of avowed hostility. It can not. however,
regard it a* more than a part of a discredit
able game pursued by unscrupulous poli
tician-. wlio arc doing their best to reduce
the character of the American government,
and are anxious to secure the Irish vote.
[SjH (til to the New York (VorUl.l
Bondi. v February 1.—A letter from
Colonel Dueau Keurty. assisting in this
War Department. Bordeaux, represents an
immense reaction in official circles and
among the populace against tlie provisional
government. Ten millions of people would
tote tor the restoration of tlie empire to*
moirow France will refuse to continue t!u»
wav. Mobiles arriving at Bordeaux shou*.
••Vive I'Eiitpereur."
1! Tote Boitrbaki's army readied Switzer*
iatiii many thousand died from starvation
iu tho .l ira. Fifteen thousand were taken
prisoners, including one hundred officers.
I'wo generals were also captured, beside*
ten cannon, seven mitrailleuses and tw<®
eagle, i *nly 3000 escaped in the directio n
ol Lyons. Manteuffel is in pursuit.
*:•<*• d to the Nr*. York Telegram.i
London. February 1.—The Times, in nit
editorial, says tlie Bordeaux decree order
ing elections will greatly jeopardize thm
government, inasmuch as if will afford irre*
«;sttb e opportunities to intriguo'and cob*
spiracy.
The .efusal of the ex-Eiiipres.* of tie*
Flench fo sign the capitulation is regarded
by all classes and journals with approval.
London. February — Noon.—The en
trance <>• Boarliaki's army into fuvit/er*
.amt a a» effected in accordance with u t oa
..nt oil h<;>".i (om nil* Clim hart and
Herzog
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in l'i no of I'rarc—Meet lints to 'niiilmlA
( •• mlo'.alea for (lie A**i-ni!il) -Pr»«
•rnminr of lit** I tint uul Secretary ia
l*ii ri*.
I.;f •«Febril iiy *.'.—/.'/.'c/'ai do A'nrd L*
ii Mur..: pc i c. lie;....* tin* appeals for
rc.s'.stam »• made by the municipality of
itil'd: .. : » .11 .o.o'hoo :its niton tile power)
of *b • Constituent Asscmlily.
Meetings a .• in ing . ailed in tie* northern
d j ii tin. a'* to .• •min.ite ( audidafe.s for
t :i" A - *i mbl v.
i.e /*,"/>'//•#.*•. a newspaper of Lyons, jnib
lis'a * a progiamm* if liie radical chill
in i*ai*-. ;on,.•led I . I. 'dia Beilin. Delea
chi -e . I Hevrcofe*. ii jiroieuiuees for :l
■ • •ul, "*. >.i:It <"ii "s-tioblv ami tin e .ct ;i
......... 1 ..........el re c died by the tv
s |:*a..: .i-e;*,e. -i"!t of a siaiiiliiig army.
• it-. . .♦•;• ..o' ieilitia .•i.nipri':u*
* 1 «•! • .: : .1 .. ■ < •*•'• of See budget, amt
a ••..*.• n • l :. ' * a* 1 pvi.i'cgi . of tie*
.far. 1- •• • s fo.cv i all V ;::■* ...
. • ! •'■ f. .. : ! • . Ol 1. •.:•: d mall l
i' ;i: i ;• i.i.
I *'.., e >,* -loi.lib Freiieli
'/'• •*. i, January l.—The twenty-foui'th
V m U ■ • • *raiied tin* grasp •• the Ger.
•• •a*. .. : i movi-d to.v.ad Lyons.
UOKDEAUX.
(.enecal Muntenfli'l Refuaea in Itcrogut^ei
the Armiatiee.
Bonni.vi \. FVbruary I. !: rejiorted
tn.it l.eueral Manteuffel has refused t<*
reeoguizo tlio annistiiv. and i* (U.-regaidiug
to * protests ot the French commander.
Manteutfel's continuance of hostilitTos i-s
foroing the Army of tho East to surrender,,
or retreat into Switzerland.
Oeneral Clinchard, who now command#
~ [CONTOraSD OM BtOSTB FAOIt

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