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Ow *46** trr: 'I A*.4 to Co.
wdus hi4ua ziat Quath -
y ayt o'alock there was a special
of the Board of Health, at which Dr.
l.emlse and Dr. Bell, of the National
ere pressnt by fPvitiatlm,
Sge were prelsei Dr. W. . Austin, sting
t, Mr. Marks, Mr. Booth, Dr. Tansy,
a.dt Dr. Albreht.
SAnar Dribteairy remarks by the acting
ay. .dent as to the purpse of the meeting,
r. Booth, on the seggetion of Dr. Bell, of
ad the follwing resolution, which was
Rst srtt View ots t4il eselt sanltary
ciio.f e I it the tost re nedoatst
artw..fth estant, and r. Marks a cpressed
Soteron thatsthe Dootor tbhuld have wait-on
Sain. o the o.tes had been reported the
entdih of e eal bt.oa e telegrapheng.
Dr. Dee ated that he had r eseived thet
asbr aton sto. m Dr. Bale, wo sd thatses
O though Dr. Baley had le reconsiderphed
..l diNs.ele and coebludedn t cits wey o
et yeftIw fevert, he (D r. e re) ouldpr not bee
d esa tble for Dothat. The moul have wasi
tme tl tsoe aoe had been reported to thne
aiter thle imameda teleitio of phin ternal.
mtine Mr Mam Dr. Bin remarks, who saomed tht
At sse, dwere under his careat d were mild,
itmd tho.uh Dri, wh.hey had neve reconsidered
so a i summer, anluded claimthe were
S Na e.ow feveor, he (Dr. emibo e) oould not be
repoeithat thble ner that for quaranti wne
sth orNewnal dOrlea nosis-u mistnke which ht
Swhat constituted cauorrectse for
h dicutssion then turned upon the neoe
dUfor the awmediate ol the of internal
d caur.se Marks, In remas to be treated
Drl e, dwelt upon the oat ion tnflat one
iy was not b bause unnoelar or quarantines
tsey . It7t was ne cssary had pnever before
Sin te cotry that thsummere was absollaimed that
Nbthmal Board should at once offiially
er that the eople elsewhe for e uarantine
SNew Orleane no lonCer existed.
t.ing ooth tth er pcnary hould be some
Sbt they what conteresttuted ai usowe ior
had conence, thouh t abfourd that onal
Imee Oaert with .e othe centre of the
shoule 4 ause New Orlead to be treated
.rsan nfectd cty espe.ially when the city
,rprIn an exceptionally healthy condition and
th- lerast possible dengr of any trouble.
r. Bemconsidwaerbl the odivrnioty f opine
--r- ' miles away from the centre of the
y-wast_ not cause tor alarm or quarantlne;
that what was wanted was Intelligent, quleti
SIt was neessry to prove to the oo-at 7
ht the country that there was absolutelys
jdAfter;t e mthe ting Dr.eo eleehere ographed
,og about the p.uniary loss to New
Sbut ttae were antereste Washingtou that
e. ties fs were as to the on Fver and he
the propriety of appoinutR sonme
not like Dr Dfeveridso, n wom everying b
had confltdence, to act for the Natiooal
.ro In cincert with the othere had beye n,
abaoke dute It should he to verist of septe
d was now bunsiderable dionersty o opcity,
eao th course to be pursed, and the rmary
adjourned to meet this evening ati 7
Dr. B the meeting Dr. Bemi telego Dr. aphedr
the National Boardf as at W ousinton that
dtw aoe reprfaclta b him on Frelations be-last
' not yellow fever, there having b.,nu
Se in thate diangnosis; that therhe had bwill
Stto t ed a herealth o e fier on eachst of ep -
. an6d hips now but xa ealth on the city,
Swea brought here from Morgan City
armit them to the Texasuro Infipormts from. New
er said he should o k the Nationriver.
he usefollos wing lue thne n removndeding quby the
a from New Orlean before they will per-.
r aBe wret also teler to ped to Dr. Ruter
arhealth offic haer of adlyexas at Houton, that
rdigr to man can ilitate cothis oerathal rhe uations be
r thls of Anan a nd Te aps, he would be will
to put a health officer on each of Mor
Sv hips it the Texrank w eath ors iers woan ld
it them to enter Toexl porte fromn New
Qiacne ovr the mouth of the river.
i an N pioe 6r town where anT infectious or
hcesollon g disease oathle demor ned by the
sa iese withinBema beftw re they will per
_ o that nothing I have or brine wih me
beeno laced traveler to pass the rd by
4,ieocts of that ios disease town.at any
ini man canwers take this oath he aranust ine a
Sof Dallasin o An are and appwhole truth, and de
n bto take trun with Mrs. Jhelp m ane God. Jim
v- quAnA Ts OATH.
........... .do solemnly swear, in the
cewornf a lmiuht God, thto befohave nt ben
s li.. dt or town where aof Infectious or
,:ntaralotie disesea prevalled or In contact with
1 I.ron who had any infectious or conta
dieeae within twenty days previous
; that nothing I have or bring wvlh me
Ieen so placed as to be contaminated by amny
mwtlads or eoutaious disease at any tmn,,.
All answers A make to the quarantine otfl
1+aaof Dallas county are the whom truth, and
.ahg bat thetruth. so help me God.
swrorn and eu erlb. to before me. ....... .. "":.,
.--..... day of ........... ,is..
AID FOR MEMPHIS.
Peabody Subsistence Association
to the Front.
When the work of last season closed, the
otody Subsistence Association had several
Wbimred dollars remainng in its treasury out
4- ste funds so generously donated for its
end t being a foregone conclusion that
would not be in the near future any
tr tt a number of the members of the
deolded that the most appropriate
' otion which could be made of the fund
e' ad be to transmit it to Memphis, and for
1 purpose of getting the sense of the Asso
S they addressed to F. Dolhonde, Esq,
t, the following request for a meet
; Dolhonde. Esq. President Peabody Subsia
M ar Sir-The undersigned members of the
F Subsistence Association being of the
a that the neeessity of reserving the bal
of funds donated to us last year for the
ofyettlow fever snifferers, and not antielpa
ta nsed, that it be transmitted to our dseter
of etnervhle, for the purposes fo, which It
donae.d to us. and that a meeting be
for that purpose. Very resocotruly.
k Roder, J. B. Oamors,
3. L.wrence. O. U. Cummings.
.Cotroux. Louis trados,
Kilpatrick. W. R. Barstow.
U Oaambers, W. Piard.
W, Mader J. B. lnnott,
T1. Moore, Jr.. T. Prudhomme.
. Glover, J C. Morris.
t. Black. E. K c onverse.
D %eves. David Hughes,
Szktatrick, Jno K. Newman,
In teeponse to the request, the call was made,
the meeting was held yesterday. The
wig ito the oficial announcement of the
PsaswOr SUSIeasrTNC Assoc~aTrow,
hcw urlease, ievtember 16. 1879
1tt a meeting of this association held this day
t helowtln rtedlution was adopted:
Wher-eas, our city being free from yellow fe
. and toe coutributtons made to us last
being for the aid of yellow fever sufferers.
our -ister oiy of Memphis at preotet i
-flMioted with the same. and is now call
it resolved. That the baltneeof $4.5. now
our trea-ury. be trtunsminttd wo the Howard
atioa of rald city. for the purpose for
h it w.,s dnated to us. e,1t we tenu~r to
our sympathies for her affliction; and that
,rinaiA Miller, to. ~lta~ strtat do the
bt work Ia ellumblrgand Ias fitting at lowest
market rates,_ _ _
T11 ]PAW&LL=1 GALLERY.
The fallingof deosyed galleries on Poydras
street it ting to be altogether too oommon,
We trust thatte serious and fatal results of
the fall which we record to-day will serve as
a warniatng to the Administrator of Improve
ments. A rotten gallery should not be left till
it tumbles down of its own Occord,-ltUlty
Item, September 14.
This is very much as if one should say
"The unfortunate newsboy who was severely
injured by a fall on Natehez Alley, caused by
slipping on a banana-peeling, will probably
die, and this should serve as a warning to the
Oltt ten. A banana-peeling should not be
left to fall on the banquetteof its own aooord."
The pollce are required to report, and we be
lieve do report, to the city authoritles when
ever they see a dangerous building, shed or
gallery, bat it is hardly possible for even the
pollae to see or determine just the condition
of all galleries. A little palnt may effoctually
hide defects which would otherwise be glaring
enough, or the defecte may be concealed to
the brlalkworfb or wood-work of hboases
At any rate, the Department of Improve
ments Ie not, and cannot be justly hled to be
responsible for a falln gallery. The (ty
urveyor, when notified, always and at once
attends to such matters. There ought un
questionably to be ap inspector of buildlngs,
whose duty it should be to supervise the con
struction of buildings and see that danger
ous structures are repaired. There are a num
ber of dilapidated shantles and betuldinges
around the city that ought to be pulle down
before they fall down and crush the Inmates
POLm.1 BOA RD.
The Board of Pol.e Commissioners met
last night, with Mayor Patten in the chair
and a quorum present.
Patrolman M. Allwell wound up not at all
well by being dismissed the force for not
being able to explain to the entire satisfac
tion of the board why he gave an unneoes
eary call rap, and also, while oft duty in full
uniform, abuse a brother officer.
Patrolman Thoee. Clark, who while tnder
the influence of liquor shot and killed Celes
tine IRelly, was dismissed the foree.
Patrolman Buts was caught in the arms of
Morpheus by his sergeant and gave up one
dray's pay for his nap.
Patrolman M. Reinny went so heavy in the
liquor business that he was unable to take
care of himself, and his plea of guilty before
the board cost him a loss of two days' pay.
Patrolman J. MoOoy was decoyed into
taking a little more of the essence of corn
than he could stand, just before going to roll
call. His spree cost him just five days' pay.
Patrolman C. Penuel gave up three days'
nay for allowing a glass of champagne to go
to his head.
Patrolman J. Terrill tendered bis resigna
tion, which was accepted.
The report of the property clerk was re
ceived and ordered to be spread on the min
The communication from the City Council
to the board went over until the next meet
A BRACE OF MISTAKEB.
Some complaint has been made through the
columns of the City ltem of the manner in
which Livaudais street, Fourth Distriot, is
being filled. The blame is laid at the door of
the Department of Improvembats, and the
allegation is that the filling used is garbage.
Error No. 1 is that the Department of Im
provenoente Is not doing the particular work
roterred to, but the Auxiliary Banitary Asso
Erroos No. 2 is that the character of the fill
lug cannot be garbage or anything approxi.
mating garbage, for thn Adktllary Sanitary
Association is especially particular on the
point of filling, and never permits anything
nut pure river sand or the scrapings of such
streets as Washington Avenue, which may be
called clean dirt, being largely made up of
sald,. .hliis and cru4heb l ballast. The Item's
correspondent must have seen through a
OPENlING OF PUBLIC SCHOOLB.
Yesterday the public schools throughout
the city were formally opened and the school
term duly inaugurated. The fact was made
consiocuous by the gladsome voices of the
school children as they walked backward and
forward in the old familiar way, struggling
under their burdens of books. The attend
ance compared favorably with that usually
witnessed on such occasions, but did not rep
resent the average roll, owing to the fact that
many families are yet absent from the city.
A few of the schools felt the influence of the
recent consolldation, and an accession of new
faces was manifest. In some of the districts
doubtless a little hardship will be experienced
the ensuing season, because of the abolition
of several of the schools and the consequent
disagreeableness of f.rther travel, On the
whole, however, the schools have opened
under exceptionally good ausploes, and there
is no reason to doubt an eminently success
Yesterday morning, bright and early, from
the Four Seasons and from the Cosmopolitan,
arose strains of martial music, sounding, as
it were, as an echo of the previous day's pro
'ceedings. It was Cotleld's battery in charge
of a detachment from the Orleans Artillery,
and the Cannoneers of Donaldson, escorted
by members of the Louisiana Field Artillery,
mal ching away to the railroad station to take
the cars for home.
Our military visitors appeared highly
pleased with their reception in New Orleans,
and, no doubt, the friendly feeling between
this city and Donaldsonvile has received new
strength by this visit. The Donaldsonville
people are evidently not afraid of New Or
leans and do not shy at shadows. It is a
pity that other cities have not as much good
sense; but, as a French writer aptly re
marks, "Common sense is one of the rarest
things in the World." We hope that our late
welcome visitors are now safe, sound and
hearty under the shades of their happy
WHAIRVES AND FERRIES.
Messrs. C. A. Whitney & Co. have finished
a wharf at the foot of Barracks street for the
Third District FBrry, which has landed here
tofore at the foot of Esplanade street. The
same firm have been notified to construct a
ship wharf at the foot of clouet street, to re
place wharf No. 23, aooording to provisions of
ordinance No. 6015, grantaing them eortain
levee privileges. They are getting ready to
go to work to excavate earth to construct
cradles for facilitating the landing of cars
from their steam ferries.
Their two ferry bolts, each to have a ca
pacity for carrying twenty care, are now
being constructed at the Vallete ship yards.
They are fine specimens of shipbuilding and
will be powerful vessels, perfectly suited to
the purposes for which they are intended.
The W. Wiers Base Ball Club defeated the
V. Keiffers on Sunday last at Olden Parkhby
a score of 25 to 20.
The Gus Brunoes met the John Hoffmans
on Sunday and came out victors by a sotes of
17 to 5.
The Eckfords meet the Crescents next Sun
day, with the following nine: Schwarts. .:;
Brennan, c.; Granger, 1st b.; R. Rice, 2d b.;
Clarke. 3d b.; Johnson, a. a.; W. Rice, i. f.;
W. A. Landry c. f; John Dear, r. f.
The Union Base Bail Club will play the
of the following playes: J. Levy, n.c"
fn and p.; G. Breen, c.; F. Vivian, R. s.; D.
Lewis, let h.; C J. Stubbe 2d b.' W. Rhodes,
M8 b.; G. Badger, c. f.; Jake itrause, e. I.;
Charlie hblndioe, r. f.
OUT IN THE HAND.
A Fight Between Two Negroes.
At 12:45 o'clock this morning, at the corner
of Franklin and Common streets, a difficulty
took place between two negroes named Wm.
Barton and Edward Pocte, during which, it is
alleged, Barton drew a penknife and out
Poeto in the left hand, inflicting a slight
The accused was arrested by Oftl1cr Fur
long, and locked up in the Central Station,
charged with assaulting and wounding with
a dangerous weapon.
It appears the two men were friends but
owing to Barton being under the influence of
liquor, they had a dispute, and as Poete at
tempted to strike the accused the latter made
a lunae at him and succeeded in cutting him
In the hand.
The wotulnedr man went to his residence,
No. 375 Philip street.
WIEiiKLY MORTUARY RUPORT.
The total number of deaths reported at the
Board of Health for the week ending on Hun
day, September 14, was 70, of which 46 were
white and 25 colored; 28 were white males, 22
white females; 8 colored males and 17 colored
females. Of these, 8 died of typhoid fever, 1
of continued fever, 2 of malarial fevers, 2 of
cholera infantum, 13 of phthlei- pulmonalfs,
2 of apoplexy, 2 of dropsy, 1 of spinal men
.--nitle, 2 of Iparalysis. 2 of tetanus, 2 of
trismus naseoentlum, 2 of convulsions, 2 of
heart disease, 1 of laryngitis, 1 of bronchitls,
2 of pneumonia 2 of teething, I of sore throat
2 of enteritli, I of dy sentery 2 of diarrhea, i
of premature birth, 7 of debility, 8 of drown
in.f these 12 died in the Charity Hospital and
1 In the Hotel Dieu.
The number of deaths certified by theooro
nere were 18.
Forty-one were natives of Louisiana, 4 of
France, 4 of (ermany, 6 of Ireland, 3 of Italy
and 10 of the Unitel States.
THAT CIGAR SEIZURE.
Urban Rose, of St. James parish, was
brought to the city yesterday to answer be
fore United States Commissioner Qulntero to
the charge of violat"i'g the internal revenue
law. Rose is accused of being the owner of
the cigars recently seized in the leather store
on Poydras street, between Carondelet and
St. Charles. He will be arraigned before the
commissionAr for preliminary examination to
day at 1 o'clock, when the facts in the case
will no doubt be developed.
Gov. Nicholls yesterday made the followling
appointments: L. E. Bentley, Alderman of
frst ward, town of Donaldsonville, vice Joseph
BIillieson, resigned; Harris Jeanfrea, justice
of the peace, and Vlilere l)eunlnee, oo.stable
of the ninth ward of the parish of Plaque
THE COURT OF INQULE'Y.
The meeting of the court of inquiry investi
gating the Spanish Fort affair, which was to
have been held last night, was postponed, ow
Ing to the absence of Col. LeLsardeur, the pre
siding offioer, until further orders.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
The original Big Four had their sayings
and doings last night to the amusement of a
tol'rably fair audience. The "Dancing Bar
ber" was good, suwt all went on very well. To
night the same programme will be run over.
The many frlends of that estimable young
gentleman, Win. lDecan. formerly of the firm
of Decan & (to., will be grieved to learn that
he has concluded to make Philadelphia his
home in future, and left last evening for that
After quite an extended tour through the
Southern States, our esteemed friend, Henry
V. Ogden, Esq., agent at this point for those
staunch foreign insurance companies, the
London and Liverpool, and Globe, ha4 re
turned to the city. He dild not discover Ponce
de Leon's wonderful spring, but looks as ru
bhut and rejuvenated as though he had bathed
in its mystical waters.
First District Court.
Assault and battery-Joseph UIrlaln, one
day in the ParishPrison.
Larceny--Chas. Cain, one month in the
Larceny -Jas. Smith, alias George and
Second Recorder's Court.
In the case of A. Torryano and J. Fernan
dez, charged with assaulting E. Fahey with
intent to kill, as the wounded man's physician
declined to give a certificate, the two men were
remanded to prison without the benefit of
Geo. Thomas, a dangerous and suspiclous
character, was locked up in the Eighth Sta
James Sets is in the Eighth Station, charged
with larceny and carrying a concealed
Cut in the Arm.
At 6 o'clock last evening, on St. Thomas
street, between Race and Orange, a man
named Frank Conway was cut in the arm and
slightly wounded by Edward Steadman.
George Harvey, a laborer, yesterday had
his right leg broken above the ankle by a bale
of octton failing on him while at work on the
steminboat St. John.
Saturday night the schooner Mary Diana,
Capt. Williams, with a cargo of hogs and
wood for this port, was wrecked off the Span
ish Fort light-house. The cargo was a total
Charged with Larceny.
Flora White and two women named Anna
Jordon and Maria Frank were locked up in
the Central Station, the former charged as
'prinlcpal and the others as accessories to the
larceny of a gold watch and chain, valued at
$80. When the case came before Judge Shee
han yesterday, the two women were dis
charged, and Flora was placed under $950 ap
GOn to Barnes & Mill"r, No. s18 Natene street,
for first-class rebronzing.
Dr. L. is cautiously treating a slck man
concerning the nature of whose disease he is
quite in the dark. "Well," he says to the
'nurse, on making his usual morning visit,
"how do we tid ourselves to-day? Did he
sleep well? Did the medidine sat?" "Yes,
sir, he slept; but I left the gas burning,
turned down very low." "Ah, be slept wel,
did he? I thought be would. And you left
the gas burning-tarned down very low?
Very good, very good; all is growing very
nicely." And he takes his hat. "What, doe
tor! Have you no instruction-no preeserp
tion-nothing?'t The doctor esagldy, and
after mature deliberation)-"Yea, keep the
gas burning--turned down very low."--fBo
Bepublican Politicians from Lou
Islans Congregating at
The Presidential Question -Grant vs.
Sherman-With Whom Bhall
We Oppose UlyssesP
BSoeclal Correpopndence of the Democrat.l
WASHINGTON. D. U., Sept. 10, 1879.
With the coming of cold nights and crisp
mornings, whlch seem unusually early this
year, Washington begins to fill up rapidly.
Our own people, after the gay luxurloteness
of the Virginia springs for two months, are
passing through for a climax of enjoyment in
New York. So have passed Gen. Beauregard,
E. W. Huntington, esq., Mr. and Miss Hitch
~*ck and a number of others. The Ebbitt
House begins to show up
of an evening, and although the Haye hippo
drome is on traveling exhibition just now,
there are a few ofthe ring animals left in
t wn to keep up the national show. The Re
ublican poiticians from our own State are
here In tolerale force, and it Is Intimated
that some new life is to be infused into the
prosecution of the old whisky frauds. Al
bert Leonard is here and to isJudgr John
Hay, who, I am told, has been droped out of
the government employ ln the whisk mat
ters. The courteous and stalwart J. Hale
Sypher is also here, pushing aroutn with
great vigor and apparent purpose. While I
don't claim to be at all en rapporl in the
workings of politics, it occurs to me that
THE "anHExBAN BOOM"
Isna't particularly boomy just now, and the
whippers-in will have great general apathy
to overcome. There really don't seem to be
ouch boom in the man and no personal mag.
netism. For one, I see no man so clearly In
dicated as the next Radical ehoice as U. 8.
Grant, notwithstanding 9leo. W. Childe's as
surances. John Sherman may work up the
heavy battalions of the party and those who
hold on to the uattening end of the admiales
tration spoon and get a dlp into the Hayes's
e(igt-to.seven pottage will come up and yell
like little men; but when the real buslness of
the campaig n beginsand the big feeders coune
up to the crib, there is no one who can claim
their enthusiasm rand fill their capacious man
like the great American "ring" generator and
gift-taker, U. S. (. Besidles these, there
are the craving and Insatiable chronic Union
savers and freedomr-slriekers, who want the
"rebels" whippred over again, or at least
bullied into quiet acquiescence to their en
lightened rule every lour years. These good
DIhoGUSTID WITH HAY3S,
hecause he did not maintain Louisiana and
South Carolina in the same condition of vas
salage to the curpbt-hag element which char
acterlzed the reign of the good and great
Grant and Morton. There is no sort of doubt
in my mind that this element will haves
large representation In the next Iepubliciffi
convention. The more the power seems drop
ping out of the hands of the bloodhounds of
tbhe party the more this hungry crowd will
raise the cry of "Southern outrage," "New
rebellihm," "Union of our fathers in danger;"
and the more "The silent man on horseback"
will become a necessity. If any one doubts
this, let them read the
EXHORTATION OF ItTALWARTIfM.
Very naturally, the first question that sug
gests itself is, "Who should be the standard
hearer," to protect reasonable men and the
great political and n.atlleal interests of the
country against the influence of these stal
Is Mr. Tilden the man? Would Mr. Til
den and his haikers have more nerve in 1810
than they did in 1877? Would they not cower
and give way before
THE "srfAwiART" (fnY Of "A NEW nREBL
Would they stand in before the howls of
the ruisecalled "loyal" North, who, because
the South objects to be longer divided and
plunderedr and holds up to the Northern De
mocracy a solid vote for constitutional gov
ernment, yells, with a pret.ense of patriotic
alarm, againsta "solid South?" Would not
this cry of "thirty millions of loyal hearts,"
who are said to stand ready to prevent a
Democratic President from being Inaugurated,
cause the Tlldten arm to tremble and the Til
den knee to shake. and the Tilden heart to
flutter and sugg'est compromisea? I do not
say this would occur, but it is well to have
a full understanding beforehand. If it is
true that then South must heno"forth and for
ever remit to the ',ioyal North" the matter tof
theselcetion of Pr.uidentu, wellaind good. It
would save u., iuuch trouble,timne, money and
anxioty, and give us more time to attend to our
own affairs. But if we are to be draooned
into sending electoral votes for Northern
traffic, to he used as stock in trade between
the Radical stalwart bullies and compromise
Democrats, for one I object. It is quite Ire
quently said, and with much approval from
GEN. W. H. HANFO)(K
would call forth more confidence and enthusi
asm than any other man. If this is true he
should be the man selecteld. It is useless for
the Denmcrats to ttumtpt to win. and hope
less to expect to harvest their winnings, un
less the camnpaign Is made enthusiastic by
the names of candidates powerful by pereconal
magnetism and heroie qualities. As a "Ro
land" for the grand "Oilver," Gen. Hancock
might prove a success.
A Virtuous Rlephaut.
At the cel.br ited Eastern circus Orozi, re
cently performing at Peetb, the atteudant was
startled from sleep by the elephants rising to
their feet and trumpeting in a shrill tone,
signifleant of great mental agitati',n. Look
lug around in the dark to see if some stray
dog or cat had got admittance, he discovered
a stranger with a dark lantern attempting to
enter the property room adjoining. WI hout
a moment's hesitation, he loosed the biggest
of the three elephants, who marched solemnly
out upon the would-be burglar, seized him by
one arm with his potent trunk, and held him
fast until the police, whom the attendant had
promptly fetched from a neighboring station,
came up and took the elephant's prisoner,
who had inthe meantime swooned with fright,
into custody. Having assigned him to the
authorities, "Kiraly" like a virtuous citizen,
returned to sleep, conscious of having done
The number of articles left in cabs in Lon
don and deposited in the courseof a year in
the Lost Property offlice was 16,564, of the
estimated value of no less a sum than £18,299,
whereof property to the amount of consider
ably over £13,000 was claimed and given to
the owners. The remaind- r was handed over
to drivers. The number of articles restored
has increased in ten yeats from under 2000
to near 17,000. This is creditable to Lrndon
Of the four sons of the ex Khedive of Egypt
the eldest is Tewflk. who has renlaced his
father. The second is Hassan, who w.s ed
ucated at Oxford and afterwards served in a
Pruessian cavalry regiment. The third is
Hussein, educated at Berlin, and, unlike his
brother Hassan, grave and aw-ters. The
fourth son is IbralAi, who studied at W<oo
wich, and has lately returned from England.
Marshal St. Arnand spoke highly of Prince
Napolean's bravery at the batt.e olthe Alma,
and Mr. Kinglake pays him the compliment
of saying that he was not interior to his uncle
in personal courages yet F'ench soldiers are
firmly convinced that he is a coward.
Among the colored refug-es in Kansas is an
entire Baptist chure. of 300 persons from
Delta, La., led by the pastor and deacons. If
they continue to follow their leaders they will
find a warmertliir.e than Kansas.
The State of UOhio stands fourth in manu
factures, the va' ne of the atual produ'i bei
ing valued at r$70,000,000.
I. SCIW ARTZ & BR
149 TO 169 mAGnAZINU STU,
AGENT o FOI . VOL
DNE'S PATENT STEM
The attention of the public is particularly ealled to the tan-'
GREAT REDUCTION IN PREIC`EI
This reduconI afosstbe o? eet of the decrease in the east of labor andm
SUPERIORITY OF THE DESmN PUMP, targa
t has been the oostat endeavor of the manufacturer to render It still more wortl «
with which t he been rtoehrly, b rs ph t
IMPR0OVEMENTS IN DESIGN AND DETAIL di. t
swIuOl uim lity vt natlehn ne d perftet it for the man uses to which It is appD
Tho eMost Perleet steam Pump 3(a. Can
Sach Is subjeoted to a rigorous test before leaving the mantufatoryi adp Sut
e o sate ourselves to refund the purbhase money in ease any Pamp shbatlo, Addith
form the woak for which we arr t it. .
form W have ostantl on o na lsare and complete assortment of le
PUIPS FOR VACUUM, SYRUP, TANKS AND FEEDfNG oet
Wrrgr s a3r.s5a&raZcs wias
STEEL BARB FENCE WIRL ite
With the invention. manstan.tre and ese of BARBED WIRE dawned a linW ysNt
LO. Previouely all fences of wire or wood had to be made of s wyo
resist the brute force of the animal to he restrained cnd it depuded The
strength and activity or the solmal as to whether the fenoe o yse:
broken down or scaled; hence. fearing had bvronme ver y osin u
and, ina may caees, almost ampossisle to be obtalined. as
thus making a great drawbeok to the settlement of i th
some of the flne.t portions of our Continent.
THE EASE AND COMPARATIVE CIIEAgPN. t
With which BABBED WIRE can be transported the small amount of time labor ngeb
to put it up. Its wonderful eflicieoncep a enoae. and Its (Jom arativs Brit
made for it a most wonderful and remark ble ncomses. The amount ,rho
have ,hee unprecedented. and though Ilt wax habrd o It four rears Ur
a0. it in3'w known all oere the cIvtlized wodrl. aid used Ia hI
all the tater and Territ of the Uulted Stateds. Prl
We are Prepared to Execute All Orders, Small or Large, Promlptly Uta$ Irish
Low Prlies. ad
FRIEDMAN'S INJECTORS AND EJECTOR.S i
The special attention of manufacturers, mill owners, and other parties using at , I
to the great economy of emoloying Injectors as a meansi of supvlylan water 0o steam ute
In most case these Injectors mar take the place of Steam PtFumt to great atdv A
even where the latter hav been set up and are now in use. It would be a matter of ehal
apply one of the former aeso to Your boiler, for the followin, .among many other reasome un
pertinent, that might be given: day
The Best of Pumps Will Sometimes Get Outof, Ordew, h.ha
others frequently, in which oase mnoh valuable time is lost while making repairs. H T
such ciromenstanes.. is a comparatively inextensive machin'. alwy in order and ready tim
at a moment's notioe to take the ploaeof the disabled Purm ad allow the work to goonas an
Ina unusual had cerntred. Then again 4may b'ased to great e4.'.taq~ in vrepi the 0.
durinw the ýme ha.n so ae to be in a good oo17 ition to et u ,* fkll hed of sten iA all
the morning, sedeing by this operation alone a
Great Saving in Fuel, and Wear and Tear of Boller& dot
The Rteam employed in working the Injector is returned to the Boiler with the Feed. o
thereby raising its temperature, and preventing the unequal expansion so clsaitrous too
Plates. caused by pumping in water at a low temperature.
The Feed Water enters the Boiler through the Injector in a continuous stream. wlS 1
great advantage over the unavoidable intermittent supply produced by all kinds if ur. oeff
These injetors are warranted to work with the most perfect reglarltyy and when
applied, according to the instructions given. agaranteed to work to the fullest extent toe
capaolty, as laid own In our table.
They will also, If desired, be sent on trial to responsible parties for thirty days;.to t
ceoted it found to work as represented, otherwise to be returned free of expense th
DEALERiS IN wl
JUDSON AND ALLEN GOVERNORS, . it
k Shapley A& Welll'
PORTABLE ENGINES AND BOILERS '
STEAMBOAT, CHURCH AND PLANTATION BEIJS.
i3ar, Hoop, Sheet and ieoioler I
Mache sad srr Bolts. s kers' Raohe.ta
Nuts. Washers and Nails, Hand Booi n ers
Steel Blaeksmith Tools of all desription s a
Files, sand and Emory PapeDr Ewmory - 8ence . Bbt.R sashe A
slugar-]Es se and Bailroad amp anrt ta-..x
ralts. I et
Putnam's Polished and Pointed Horse bShea Sgle and Duable Trees. ,
NaIls, Chais and Anoors. t
Worcester Self-feediMn Upright krills.& 0bisid f
Tank. Oooeavs' and Boiler Rivets.
MORRIS 'A"i: ER· aCO.
Lap Welded, Steam and Gta Pips,
STEAR AND GAS PIPE FI¶TINGS,
Steam and Gas Pipe Tools of allmrJ n u.
Brass and Iron Globe rand Angle Valves: Brass and Iron Pull Opening Va's; Base ad
katety Valves ;Jznrse pd Iron Horinaontal and Vertical Check -lves Bra aadi rcom
Steam and Vacuur m Gar wa Stet ar nd Bervie Cocks: rass.
Air. Cylinder and Giug& Cnks Brass Gangs.
HOLLAND & THOMPSON COMPOU( ND,
hON Journal Boxes. Enaines, Shaftin or Blow and Fast Motion, we elaia will nsa a IT
ONT over the use f oIL
NATBAN & DREYPUTS'
IHDMT ATIC $1 2 SIZ-Al7IIS JRICAIWAS B iL.
MACBRINIBT ARD BLACKSMIE TOOLB 03 ALL KIDB* 8OV AND EPADEI
Anvils. VilesA and Bellows bi1t, Garden and Iron Wheelbarrowa;E abber Hose.
Belakg and Packinaoi all kindg New anl Slesowl-and Portabi a and
Stationery Engines. Boliart. Sbaftiag and Pulleys.
rAILIROAD ANS WILL il TPPLIUU OP ALL KIlrWa ,
EtiCa.mates for New Bofler. I.uruiehed om.Appliatl
SParties esiring to purchase will saves larwe Peroeatae by calling 0r aus before uDura e
elsewhere, Send for our Revised Catslo..e
1M. S~IA.RTZ BRO.,
149 to 169 MAGAZINE STREET.