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1 v a. ' tl V" t - i. . .1 ' V 1 I Hi I. J - BY BEARD & MAY. I Beverly Chew ud pfaiJ" I A. BEAK.D MAT. Acliuiiw O" ATUa - f tab Arcade, by tnd la vatamBedamraroltum imtlj Cbew and hia m Maiim Tlwoasn Chew, la tb ' - ii basa. Lot Na. a iwawwi 36 feet iacata i in II imi auaai aa . Mary atreet, by a deptHaf 10 teat ba - ' - : hum. gE - jity, Mof (aaare Na. M, booaded by St. John, ITlba mi fink atraata, a ad anly fbar tauanm froa fVjTft A"' aad ia tba raar at tb property fcr - aaayaa.la - . - . , . . errant and a , ane - tlrd caaat balaaeeatl rrgaaa aatba from data ti cent aatol fiaai pay fM arV H. S. Ccaaa, aotary paldic, at the ez - Wa - iaaiaiLtniii dao iiimM New ttasml Xaaprwreai avaal Vaeaat Br I A BX1KO MAX, lactaMO. O tATUaV - SiT. Jeaaary , 8(a, at U a'clork. wiU b aoldat n nanrt'' Areada, witbocf ltatj tt r - Tii ilia Iaa af Oiuaad with aU tha luinimiiiuU tana, la ta aaaara baaadad by Florida Landiaf. Mu - lav?ia, aad Cypreai atracta, bain loU Naa. t74 and 7 j BMaauat 26 foe (root aa tbcKew Canal by a depth i mm bewea aarallel tinea. Lot Na - i'i ia fmproTed limn aad baiae. amenta ta the reart with atabka, Ac - Ttiaaaf aar (ra LatW aainaif pajaMiil o aaatclbr L u. aatba 3d October. IMS. baiaoce caah t far Lot iTiai ailf cub. batanca at aoe year, far Bote beartnf ataaa m tht yreperty, aad iX not then paid per cent. fafk L Taea. Gayol, notary pobUc,at the ex - tUttfmlUmmUmme aad Gardea amavr the wvmm jTrr HatatrillePariab of Jederaoa. By A AEAAD MAT. Aactiooeer - Oa 8ATCTR Dal. Jam. , lasa, at u a'deck, will be aold at Baaka'a ariaat. attbaot any lLat.1 ve - Udataai kaawa and deU(MlallT airaatcd aroperty at (awnia, jural arly tba raidrora af i. U. AanUebcarre, b.btraani tba railroad aad tba rirer, enmpriaina; two aaai iaina ritrhfaa tiirh - Thni h r rY' "' aaUareta weU ataefced with fruit treea. ararereaaa, aacraraaa, aad about bOO awect oranee treea; aad par - IcavJf inmHii far a eentleman'i rcsidenca or market anavai aiy extent af coltrrated land can be obtained 'J - T" - The facilities of reaching tue Ra awy batb by railroad or emnibua. The property to dwnbaatiiatni. to ctoaa a Joint Interest. Tbabnv awaaam mm banred far asMo. taaa T aarcbaserwUl turn I the paymrntaf tws aaaaf tlittaach. parable April 1 t. lsM aad 13S3 with awaS af I per cent fran April, I860 ; balance in caah. ad afaa) kefcre A. Masnreaa. notary public, at tha anaataf Ike aarcbaarr. di3 Baapraaf bbda, airojy tmararea, wita a utrje aaa ala ml Kaa - aj - FlmBtrntloa i utii a - Mil HARD dt MAT. AactteoeeTa - - Oa UOV - D PlT. Jinaai i Mb. lata, at I e'eloek. will be said aatk tmmm Barn Bataada, ia New Orleans, aad la sat It tct aa amicable parbtioa between tlae Joiat ?UadU fCSAK FtAHTATKHf, sitasted in tha hnat i f aearaunea. aa the riut bank of the river, about taaaailea Ww New Orlrasis, kaawa aa tba - Belle - aiiasaiim nAy - aaa atukvaracaaj aai ta Mbaiaslind nrer, by farty arpenta in depth, and aaaaaaf ilm - ouo arpenta toeetber with sae bandied asiaany - aiat SLATE af the aaaira and ra fcUowias. avat 1 B Toan sloana, 99 years W Loba Ben. ao years n Richard, M yeara Klfan iTaafaVaataflbBMrMd artaant, years 9 Bteuuen. aa years Kao, X3 years - 30 Joha Bniitb. as rears I Biinaa, at Xaaa.hlairlanr.ao yra IfTaaa, bncaJayet. 36 yrsl 31 FhiL la yeara at Hatraia.es years 33 Zamore, 36 years 34 John Jackson. 3d iTtirsnaa, 30 Bailor Peter, t yeara jaraauer, II 3o f a iii aa as years 37 Feter Tocher, 4 yeara 3 Jira Roore, ana le, Myia larrr cooaar. as n MhCa.caaar brnibaa, bead drrrer, 40 Em.mxmmi drirer. U m aa Jaae, 34 yean 40 Jesse, ta rears ' kl Frank, t years - iraaaai, setter, 4D yeant aj eiibert, as yeara 41 Henry. H years - 44 Hampton, 14 yeara Feter, asyeara a wa asscaey, so years kiaaawyaars . lacaysafs feTaara awy, 19 years lav a years r - aw. M years - kiiaaaaaa. 30 years iaa.si yearn a Caa Tarry, 13 years ha aaaet, 3 years lanax. at years A froi 46 Crearae Hogsn, an years . 4T Torn Haana, 33 years 40 Carter, ao years - - 40 eeorya Brooks, 34 years . 60 Jeffrey, IS years 61 Andrew, It years 6t Jim Caopei, 69 yeara 63 Squiar, 70 years m Barky, n yean - I lair tr Bopor, 40 yeara ElLrabeth, M years Veama, 0 years 30 Mary, IS yeara 31 Winar.td raars I a Taaan 6A rears fcmal Caoaar, ti years v years wtw. as ai a 13 Martha, - M yeara 33 roily, 11 yean 34 FJeaasr. it ye Pautae. as vaua 3a Matilda, S3 years 36 Eilen, 34 yeara 37 Mints, m yeara 30 Julia, 35 years 39 Maria Janes, S3 year 40 Frances, 31 years , - 4t Rachel, to years ' t Ytaa, S4 years 43 Charlotte. 30 rears J am Dana, 3s years ! Tears ! ?lrCt, 06 year a raw Waat. as mr. jrtaua,oyears Bleay.Hyears &artaey,Byeata kaaiaa flamett, S3 years ?fw55y" afcOy,ysars r ' than.Bmia 44 Isabella, S3 years 46 Emma js yeara 46 Little Francea, S3 years l - rr Harriett, 40 years 4S Little aopny, it yeara fcanaa, 49 BopMa, it ye SO Ltrcr. 35 rears RECAFTTt LATlOH. kn of tat years aad under. u ana a, aaa amsacst wham are a amber afraloahle anirar - a aaara ) aeose bands, besides those referred to in the list afandea, cattle, horaes, and ssTeaBarslAiriple issssid aisntatioa, which ia Tally stacked srtta erery - M,raeauedar snakhia a crop, mcrodiae aboat ISOO bar - " a aar cora. sad a lwkBildiBtasaai t - dea, tarre am Jarrrscabiaa, - - dancisararho. ksaanataa far m S" eara, aad a fall supply af bay for the year. w ssiwiBss aa said patnuulon eonsiat at aweiunf and aarceriea, with a casimlete KO - far anakiaa asasr, aad all tba uitiaaary itx - ia lor eefhtine the entire crov inta , : a , a ana cnaioa aaa son immm - . fapM ifrWaias. Ac. Tbe whole in perfect order. esa sBw - mUl aad grist aula .1 . atasm mZh - i trith engln mt SB horse In ,11.1 Or lmialiua Is sarroonded with a leree. the beirbt of Ms sera iacreaaed the sreseat year, and with tba aid ;ralauvt machine, is peHrctlr areare, afaiaat back Ia I 1 U Uf BBI HM.HCU BSM sw j mm. aaa wa w. s aa - - hM 1 aia, ad inciadea or er three hundred srpenU at plant , "raaaf lalaOae - sixth cash 1 test at one, two, three. aai la. .an credit, far notaa. with six per ten, inter anraiedtaUceapeastosatttbeTendonv Interest psy - WaaaUr. tha antes ta be aacored by Biartaaac an the ??, sad the payment at one year, tabs endoraed ar s sot paid at maturity, to bear eight percent la - wa that 4ate till paid. . . . ' 2atieswai be receired sp to the date of tale, frora ssay desire ta purchase the and 1 Tided moiety 1T af th w - bi , .Uara. Frr farther sartic - tha purpose af Tiaittof tha Fatntatton, apply JoarbefaraThea. eaysi, aocary public, at the ex fnatef tb mii I law I - Q4. He. D 1 - 1 - rm. f 1 rews ta St. ratnek's twrcs.wuia. Itsjor J. A. Beard, la ua unoitu, mm aarv 1st. IHa. natlaclock,preclaely. dST rXpKIRotl WORAB, farraariy TE WART A DTCRJ 1 "naraaer.Bsaa Agent tern tnaar catearataa waraa, J - hw cantari'l m kJ a. U... and eananleta iaSlllt S ifTTies, FURNACE MOUTHS and SRATE j ths atsst apprarad t antral, which mmmm far - waBdAd aisAitaia j?1. w Iteaa ta these J - TieV atricai of Loaistsna and Texas daring tha CTi"? Teats, aad the continaed tat them is w7T""?oeatesf thaw ear any other anVtad ka Orders X TJ. LATILLLB1 pd preenxTy ax wt ai au ay UtU, Bora aaa 1 Uniaai at - L. a - hZlritzi rre. Pathetinbo, Booth Bide and East CL"??.! Daff Sordoa and Baravmy A Nephew's mmS' yrt, Btill and Sparkling Back t Cirks da da Biliary. Hsidsick and l t Waste Wine, Clantfasi 4 i. - r' 'axflaveaaad tZ aad Old Rrs ft CraU Rons, Scotch, Irish. Whlskeyj Brandy Fruits and ' every drarriptiaa, Boaer'a. si savat. f n.i . Md iwJrT' hitters, and eVerytiingta ha way ai Ises, which will racsa aa kanl Sw - - MMv SWELL T. TAYLOR. 15 Bayel ah and Lerasatraets, spposits the TJ. 8. M hM e fall riew af tbeoaAbad of ahipotas i ,i as arvee and slaiwi la wont are ia I withi board! ne tarstirs,na Allr r - . rn,. - .,l ta ta city ef Layt, ,i 1mI 19 each nrasar 30 frrt front an Faito attcet, tVaawrawamra ! fce area. Lot Na. 14 amm rlt ttatckta 3 baa. frant a SAAndmr atrrrt, by a dcatk ilTartt toehr I Hm an the hoc of tot Na. S, and 177 Na.3. Lata 0, tl sad H aarh meaaar BY a acaca Ol ran nr. r'T i m veara. jraAaacaeB,waaaar aaa inacr, Htiom JS'artaeical aatate, , - .a eiadi tar aatea aacarea my bm "?iilitb a aar era intaraat aar aannaa Eg ailfHt tuea paid pa yeaai ears I M aiaa aa u UTlSS111; AND COFFEX - HOOSB FOR BALE Tba "Ceee - Honas known aa tha UNION B.O - Sn j,L" CMON EXCHANGE, eitaated at the eer - ekaa naaT - aHtoa i the atrsat ia tost Bnisbal TmiJZZ"' hs lacetaan la a eery desii aaa r2nct wiahaa ta sail the contents af the an6kZ - ?"? hihaseh, aad betng aaxtons ii hsiii at t B mil ilTatkets; anl iUarinc. i P1CATTJITE OFFICE, ' ' ' Tnesdsy, December 30, 1HL f COTTOK The demand ia Tory limited and that far we hear ef the tale of only 1 000 bales. SUOAft AND MOLASSES In the ahtrace of receipts the sales are confined to stnaU lots. FREIGHTS Nothing new. ' EXCH AN PES Demand Knitted. ana a ' PICAYUNE OfFlCE, December 301861 '1 - f, i - ARRIVED. Steamship Metaar, Forbea, fm Galreatsn, Dec tsth, to Uar - wtm A llanw. Ship ladiaaa, Bennett, 14 days fin New Ton, to J O Wood rail S 1 a til mv a Br Ship Oceana, Bteiilisnaaii, 14 days fan Hew Tarh, in bsV aat, ta master KtaiTewe Br Ship Argo, Milk, fin Lirerpool, 1 4th Nor, to master - 3d Ship iama reld, Snew, 14 days ftn New York, to master my 19 Ship Rappahannock, Cnsrrman, 14 day fm New Tork, te Ship Akbar. Oibba. tm Boston, 9th Dec, ta ballast, ta Ship Alleers, Ouray, 10 days ta Philadelphia, to aaaster Ship James Holmes, Adams, so days fin Plymouth, Mats, ruint. ia oaiiaat, to mmMin roinr. Br Ship Mersey, Exans, tm Beanmls, 13th Iter, te Ship Antelope, Crosby, 16 days fm Boatoa, to Oca W Byn eon tot ntv ruinL hip Zone, Bibber, 16 dsyt (ia Philadelphia, to master Sd BIT SO Bark asirsgnssa, Toriey, e days fin Ten Cras, to C J Mee ker Aco lat mr 1 Br Bark Swan, Tauhadge, txa Cork, 13th Nor, to msati 3d my Bark Attica. MeTeQaa. fm awwoVaaiY. ta niaatf a Point Bark Fanny Major, Major, fin Rao da Janeiro, sth Nor, to master Point re ... . Bark Mary Aon, Billings, tt days fm Newport, Wales, te Brig RereiUe, Sleeper, 15 days fm KacUand, Me, to BrlgKeUoch. Kellocb, 13 days fin Saranna La Mar, to Brie MaryiEutabeth, McConaen, 5 days An Harsoa, to master let mv Br Schr Time, Uoald, tm Nunii, N'P, to master 3d my 10 . 1 steam era. W A Violett, Owartaey, An Yaasa Rirer. - Bulletin Na i. Church, fin Memphis ' 1 eenrsetown, McFhersoa, fin Memphis. . Florida, eibenao, fin Mobile. J T DosweU. Catbrart, fm BaKze. Anna Na S, Ubartbe, fm St MartinsrUlc. - , IMPORTS. LrVFTRPOOIr Ship Argo OHIO ska salt ta $ Drahan. NASSAU Schr Time 60 hxa tobacco. 3385 bash salt A A J Drnniatoan tn NEW YORK. Ship Emms Field Assarted maze. NEW YORK. Ship Indiees Assorted mdse. OALVE8TON SteanwhiD Meteor IS bales cotton to J Williams t do Annstronc, Harris Acs sundries, srder Total tl bales cotton. 1 ' RECEIPTS OK PRODUCE MEMPHIS Steamer Otwittawa SSI bake cotton Frl - aea AeaIUT Tl Ruck 1M 1 O Nelaan Acs OS do J Wii - liams - ea Pickett, Perkins Ace M O M Pinekard Aco 64 Watt A Deaaulies - 60 McGregor A Alkrway 4S Armatroag, Batria Aco 17 J D Fuller Aco 46 Williams. Phillips Acs aa RahanB A Allen IS Brsdler. WlLaoa Aco 37 Moan. Titos Aco 35 Swiney, Green Aco 35 J O Cocks Aco 34 rnerpon, r owier aco nonner ai onunn aa nam, Williama Aco IT M Greenwood Acs 10 Fearn. Done can Aco ie A Miltenbrrger Acs 10 Cherry, Henderson Aco B Ward A Jonas Clerrland, Bros Aco T F Walker Aco 5 Barege, Williams Ace IJoyd A Frierson 1 M D Coo per Ace 13 otoer 18 pigs cooper, ax iron aAgeUfsauuvra Aco Total 1631 bales cotton. MEMPHIS Steamer Hutu - tin xe s ie oaiea cotxoa to J B Byrne Aco o M White Aco 15 Purvis, Wood Aco Miltenbersrr Acs 86 isae, ramaon aco is ssoon. Titaa Aco SIT M D Cooper Aco 36 P A Owens Aes 66 Swiney, Green Acs tl Fearn, tJonesan aco w u oacx 11 Annstronc. Harris Aco 164 Williams, Phillips Aco T8 Watt A Deaaullee 3 M Greenwood Aco S8 G Burke Aco 64 Pickett, Perkins Aco 44 Hill, McLean Aco 4T FeJ - loarcs Aco 134 Wright, Williams Acs e Payne A Harri arm at Boeart, Foley A Arery 136 Rabsna A Alien 11 do Frierson. Fowler Aco - aa J Williams - 31 SO Nelson Aco tot Lloyd A Frierson too Bonner A Smith 33 do Bars sr. r litiaani aco as tt m rmnaa n iw loarsy - ell Cherry. Benderaan Ace T3 ska wheat Bonner A BautbTotal zieu bales cotton. " 5 PASSENGERS lUeamaliin Meteor, fraan Galveston T J lambkin A lady Miss Killgou. Mrs Laae A 4 children, W Bobirtaan A.Uriy. Mrs Tkrm. Mrs Elliot. J Bonier A lady. Cant Young. Miss McGee, Baker, lleeeon. lAwsoa. evens, jam Hadera. Brawn. Cock. Creaall. Lore, i trranam. Bailey. Peck Cnildets, King. Cirnaents, Walker, and T deck. JfctD 'Zbvtxix&tmtnte. PIPER CHAMPAGNE 100 baskets w tale by d1 At H. C. CAMMACK A CO. T."OR SALE 300O boabeai N' Csre" SALT, a very soperiar article, just receired per I Nassau, New Preriaence, Post 9, Pica; schooner Time, lyaneTier Ap - "iff A. A J. DENNISTOUN A CO.. S3 Oravier st. DIhste F. Fi frrer Wauld most resorctful fully reqneat the ladies that at her store. No. 64 Cbartres street, as alas at the corner of Royal aaT Bienville streets, will be found s large and eJ.. I I m rkmnets. Ar - 1 tificisl Floweis, Cloaks, Silkaaf all sWes. lor dirsaes s Mas tillaa and Trimming af the newest at yie. together with a ttne aehtion of fancy aad fashionable roods. i Ladies will please remars mat tne wore oa uarana now specially furatsbed with Mourning Goods, such as lack Mouawuaee da Laine, Barege, Barponra, aad other lack Dresses. At tbis season of the year will he kept absthstorea for the Holiday Presents, a large number af fancy articles, such aa PoTtMoniiaies, Fans, Ac, Ac, all Jiist imported from FnriA tw s , llAccs - Blsffaiss Canrae, Alier. FALL MEE1ING. SATTJRDAT, January 3, 186i Proprietor's purse, SCOO Four mile beats. , , BDNDAT, January 4. lo Proprietor's purse, 1 200 - Mile bests, best three in See. TDE8DAY. January a. )6 Prorrietor's muse, SiSO Two mile brats. ... 11 WEDNESDAY, January y, isos 1 luwictor purse, ewu Mile heats. . . THURSDAY, Jaaaary S, ISftt Froprietort parse, $400 Three mile beats, FRIDAY. Jaaaary SL law jocxey viae parse, oouv Four mile bests Ne entry tor tne snore purses wui ne rail a, except uic entrance money la encloaea. ; entrance ia per cent?, awa in earn onr - a purse THOS. EWBANK . a,CEr c. dao - t Y dlkjgcnw Ibr tsb piupsrttstot. ITT ANTED A good Cook, a white l VV ply st the Picayune office. I preferred. Ap di7 at Ywhlf atncl Free Tr tare). . tsrsr t V iniiri.! A. B. from Yale Collere. at 6 o'ciark in tbe ermine will deliver a Lecture at the LOUISIANA COLLEGE, Dauphin street, bet ween Cratiline and Hospital reets. 1 K nouc BR iwyecuuv utt iwa w aucaa. dJO SdpitAltE . - - - ' I ' Ta Fkyaiciana tutsl Litidlen. BE cautious not to pure nasi Abdominal SUPPORTERS Mrs Beta's celebrated aav nereaa aeliin ma them as ancb. except her long eafngslieoi agent, ti. f. eeUbllauca agent, G. MORISON. Druggist, rta. ia jnagaaiBa siwi, wow yw leans. ,All others are caaatertrlta. tma aenarea nouars rill be paid for testimony to conrict any person engaged la these frauds. , , . . JAAU OHIO, wnoiossre nsTn, Philadelphia. Wtrny JSInle. rams to hit atable on tbe srening ef tbeSScb instant, a MARE MULE. Js ef a bream color, bee head ia lis titer. Bbe k about It or 13 hands high, has a shoes i suppose d te be about 3 years ola. The sunn is rtaatetea ta csnae sorwara, nay expenses, aad take her away. p., a . .. HAN NAG AN, Clslbsrne street, . 47STt Y . bttuttn bt. Louis sna louiuasa, TEN DOLLARS REWARD Ran away from my jlt, tn Ifoeette - this nanrnina. the Usht ma - hov TRsVIgi aaed about 3K years, has several r teeth aut ia front, rery atraifht hsir i has a wife ra - , aiding in the Nesro Baptist Church en SA rani earner af Cypress. The above reward will be paid street. an delivery ef tne nay at my eawjL. rZTlhr 4 BrmaUs3. IB 1MPAGN E8 af all the best brands, suck as Hsidsick, " gPARK - LUTG HXSMTTAGB in sf MhaMlea. 'aTAiUaXraa Aja) BTrj aU the TBrions Brands ' i ... I Sbanoias sd the best oualitr. aU af ear ears i taaurtaHon. ;UOLt A CO.. 4 snd T Caanp . d3s - 6t - B.F. NIC f ACKEREL AND BALSlUit - . XY1 ao bbls. Na 1 amAckere. t t f i ri f - 900 bbls. Na S ISO bbls. No 3 tarts da ... I so half bbls. Noa. 1 and t dA ISO anar rronv aa,, a. . v is. 1 ; v - ion ktta N. to kits and hair sits Bamion. v. V. I - I in wore mi a 1 "I - . t b4 At ' - GOODRICH CO.. 87 and W Cotnmoa at. i in man sna sir an ay ' - nana - - i, 4a ia era asae, ay iv la this aid chair my anor j thoughts are aft bee, by Msynaed House I af4 - tK,hh,a 2jIT7.iTM - nh - tbe hour when we parted. .frenbeour when we parted, a - .J7 rnk"!I - r,B"Hen wTfl cTerV JdtmEr mj cot I rlrrl - iti.i4mjan Rrhottiarh and Fotka M una rn, j ' .. ,T. - vi i( rnllln.ia nliinnair IS young lKUcar Totm . . . - - yierM.T itATP. . Ca - r, " I - anas - , !"' . M. ' k .1. - ll QrKnoyr.w BbmkBook JSJl I O Csanmtrcial Place, between Cam and St. tortss I OCsanmercial Place, between Camp sna Dl. - W - anna aiiuet ISS BaCUtftaa I Bartnrtne Blsak Rahas. Binarmg, aaa snrmona. their services to aa pahiic, Md atlM - SsASSS sU? te f NEW ORLEANS: TUESDAY KTENINO, DEC. 30, lgai AMCSKxwrrs This Evrxi.vo. SL Ckmrle Tktm - sre. Miss Julia Bonoett spprart as Clsro, in Bulwer't edy sf " Money." Mr. 81oan plays rt AWnes, In tbe farce of the Omnibus." . PUeuU VtriciicM. The new comedy of " Heart sue Trumps," with Mrs. Howard. Bast aad Holland ia the chief characters. The Mooplsisirt ia tbe comic ballet of - Friaac." Holland in the farce of tha " New Footman." Trench Opr. Meyerbeer's grand opera of the Fropliet." M'me Widemana as FMui Tiateyre at the FVrrart. Dm Rice's CircttewSereral of last uight'a prLn. cipal scenes. The " Frtxe Fight" between Dan Rice and Reynolds to rich indeed. Mr. Sweet in a " Tight Rope jict. - Ckildrtu't "air. Held in the Hall of Fire Com naay Na SO, Thalia street, for the benefit of the Thalia S treet Sunday BcbooL. - j Q We are obliged to the officers of the steauv ah ip Meteor for Texas papers. tPE We are indebted to tbe officers of the atisamer Georgetown for rirer fkrora. F3 The firat locomotive engine intended for tine Mobile and Ohio Railroad arrived in Mobile on the Julia Halleck on Saturday last. It is quite aa. ereut in the progress or that work. , Binqam Ait Course. Id consequeuce of the in clemency of the weather, the Fall Meeting over this course, that waa to have commenced to - day. has been postponed to Saturday next. Mr. Nkaftk. We bad the'pleasnre this morn ing of greeuug Mr. Neafie, the distinguished young American tragedian, who has just arrived here. He has an engagement at tbe SL Charles the. tre, and will be welcomed by hundreds of friends and admirers on his appearance there. AosUcvltubai, Waakhousr. We would csJl the especial attention of our readers to the ad vertisement in another column of A. B. Allen & Co.'s agricultural warehouse, Noe. 169 and 191 Water street, New York city. Agricultural im plements and machinery of all kinds and of the best quality, and specially adapted to the wants of Southern planters and farmers, can be seen and had there. We also recommend the " Plough," a monthly planters' and farmers' journal, edited by Solon Robinson, costing only fifty cents a year, and published by A. B. Allen do Co. Tin Ohio Rxvxs. The Louisrille Courier of I the 16th in at. says : The nver was slowly rising yeMerday. with 4 feet 9 inches water in the canal. During tbe previous twemy - iour nours 11 naa oeen shout at a staad. The weather yesterday was very cold. and ice was forming fast in the nver, and the ca nal was frozen completely nver with tbut ice. The thermometer fell to six degrees above zero yesterday, and if the present cold weather prevails a few days longer it is feared it will freeze the river over and check navigation. The SL Latum packet r aaluon cud not leave yen - ' tertlav. and we understand that she haa abandoned her trip, aa it was anticipated that the Mis - siiwippi nver wonia ne ciosea witn ice. r I eis ni u new vnnua wtrs auvunceu jw V - TJ2 . . - 1,' . 1 1 ,U ner cent, yesterday, in eonsetraence of the low stage of the river, and tbe extreme cold weather, t.:i. T. . f J 1 .1 r . I : wuicn it wu iraireu wuuiu iiscto uic nrcr over, and completely suspend navigation. Several boats were reported aground on the various bars below the fails, and the O. W. Kendall .was bard aground yesterday on the rocks at wb iuoi oi mo cuuiu. SmtptcUi Murder a Tetm Girt At the old Brewery, on the Five Points, New York, a young girl ol rather respectable appearance, was found dead on Wednesday morning the 17th inst Marks of violence were discovered about her person, and it is said that cries were heard proceeding from the direction of the Brewery at a late hour of ths night. Four persons, named Mary Cassidy, IL Stone, James Smith and John James, have j been arrestee, on suspicion that the girl was murdered, and that they know something about it Kg The bridge aerons the Roanoke river at Weldou, belonging to the Seaboard Railroad Company, was totally destroyed by firs on Thurs day morning, the 18th inst Lnaa $50,000. Books. We have received from J. B. SteeL 60 Camp street, far the publishers, D. Appletoa A Co., tbe new Excelsior," a story for children, and the December nomber of " Appletoo't Mechanics' Msgsrlae snd Engi nccrt' Journal.' ' l CITY INTELLIGENCE. Bakvy Tract. This yonng scamp, who has been firquently arrested ea various charges of larceny and at frequently escaped, was yesterday disposed of in a summary nVanner by Acting Recorder Hawthorne. Be was brought ap en tbe charge of nttrmptirg to rob a Jewelry store oa Poydras street by means of a new bnrgisr't tool, which tre have already noticed Mr. Hiwt borne asked him bow It waa that be had been so frequently broarut before bun, tn which Barny replied that be never entered tbe Re corder's court of bis own free wilL Mr. Haart borne de clared that be should not escape punishment this time and committed him to the Work House for twelve montlis. Tracy hi apparently aboat fifteen yean of age and it a sharp looktsr little rascal. He was arretted about a year ago Sir stealing a gun from tbe store of Mr. Galon, on the comer of St. CSss - les aaa venal arreera. l ne gun waa nana in nia ainn snd yet the jury to tbe First District Court ac - uittethim in coosideratioa ef bit yonth we believe. He was. ansae time after, arrested for stealing some valuable chains from tbe window of a jewelry store by drawing them throurh a hole la tbe sash. Be area again acquitted, the Jury not bring able to agree, and tbe very night after hit discharge he eras detected tn the pit or the Bt t. Danes theatre; by Cant. Forno, picking the pockets of bis next neighbor. He therefore richly deserves tbe ptmishment Inifiai ii aa him by Acting Recorder Htwt borne. FixS. About 12 o'clock last night a fire broke eat In : tbe grocer. y store on tbe corner of Tcbospiroulss snd Julia streets, and Wdbre the fiamce could be got under , tbe stock waa mostly all destroyed. What was not burned ap was damaged by water. The building, which Is a three story brick one, waa not much injured. The grocery wss pied by Mr. Burke, wbe Is insured ia the Sua Mutual Insurance Office for SJAOO. Tbe insurance was effected in tbe name of Mary Griffiths, whom Burks hat since mar - There appears to be aa doubt that the Are waa toe acS ef an incendiary. Mr. Adams, tbe vigilant aad efficient agent of tbe Insurance Cpsairs, railed spou ths Recorder af tbe Second Municipality this morning, tat toe paipast. oi visiting tbe bouse and examining as to tbe origin of the tre. ( r: '. Tmb Latb Homttcids. John Finn was reairest - I this snorsdna an the chare of having stabbed one McDonnell, in ths rear of ths Bscond Municipality, an tbe tothiarc. We notice this niorning that McLMuneu ouea Bateiaay front the effects sf the around. The asair appears to be wrapped in some mystery, and there la no post tire eridence as An - aa to tbe perssn who actually committed the rrima. . .. - v"' - - - '; BTULIM AltV ASSAOS.T :Art BATOnV. FSt Callahan and II.W. Murphy were tola ursarniac eawM ap befcrs Acting Rssnrdar Hawthorne Callahaa an ths charge of atesJiugtweuuw af shoos trees John A Halpta, as tne af Tcaoauritawsss and Juno atraeta, oa use sstu v Marphy far aiding Callahaa to beat Halpta after he had as his shoes. The ersmliasttoa waa Sxed fcrthekdsf r r - pir. .va? - si - s.t - 'ie LASCKKT - Charies J, Balbianl msde Rffldavlt llilsststaliig btfhri tftlagBtfariliiT Tlt - Ttho - aTf - T - the tsth of Noaainblr. aad aa ether srrs slant, BsiWiih Benasf hrtl r - 'T - of eepa - arot. ia Cotmuer rial Alley, stole a trans or ctetmng wuitd atber articles, which aVpsnent allegaa he can Weatlry. BAIianf pleaded guliry to Kwenorgu, ana svn wwa Sad lasillllllll tne mail iiiiui usiaaa i i i - . - . LU f 111 , and be was uouiitted to witBaraw tne yam u r rk, .Mmatiaa was fixed Ibr tha sen at January. S' 'rr Ln.rl,aSuimil BBAa3XIAIT - - - rn w ora - Mwasaw w . Mnrdeinalltv was BrakeB .efns Ssoasi a sroacn J r i a a f ka aaaantaa aaxaBSSV ' ThsaT as ZiM Kally,Wm.4to, W - w jtW Ftoodd . mut. - x - m I ,, 1 aiaa Oslo nSS bOSS. 1 IOH I ISS I B. They art all eld asrndcrs, TZZTZ. stvTaVlfl dews of ths an sanry, Bama) SMIMSB, srith Httla aufiVcalty. What tha ameers Si nag I Work - : csnudseda3wxdMirsrwywSi Theatres. Sf. CAarfe. On Sunday night there was an excellent house to greet - Mr. Perry, the leading comedian, on the occasion of his beuefiu H is a young and highly promising actor of Versatile abilities, experience' on the stage, and an easy manner, which make him a general favorite. He plays with much vivacity and spirit, reads 'much better than the generality of American actors, is but little prone to exaggeration, and with an ele gant figure and gay and pleasing countenance, deserves certainly to be considered as one of the few actors of the modern school who retain some of the ease, skill and naturalness of the old.' If Mr. Perry would but correct a certain tendency now almost universally observable on our stagi towards reducing his light comedy into low, and giving way to a " B - hoy" kind of address and gait, be would shortly become a very superior genteel comedian." We can give him an example : one at his elbow. Mr. N. M. Ludlow, though a veteran of the stage, and ol late years somewnai surrenaerea to tne enjoyment oi tne dolce fmr nieute, should put to the blush the ma jority of his young rivals, who attempts on the boards, to play the geuutnwn. His quiet elegance and ease, tinged with just sufficient vivacity aud spirit, bis facile diction natural and net - monotonous, his skill in rendering his author's thought, uot only in sentences but in single words, and the felicitous manner with which he makes us forget the actor's art, should serve as lessons to those young adventurers in the dramatic profession who would acquire a reputation as easy, graceful and spirited actors. It is an unalloyed pleasure to see Mr. Ludlow in some of those old English comedies, which require more than mere physical advantages in the performer and a desire to attract applause, to be properly performed. His Murlme in " She Stoops to Con quer, Qmmtr in "Laugh When Yon Can," and Marplot in the " Busy Body," the only charac ters te which he has treated us so far during Miss Julia Bennett's engagement, should call from their seclusion those lovers of fine acting who have long since given up the theatre as an amuse ment save when some great " star comes along. Ms Julia Bennett has her full share of our ad miration. Her ladylike, elegant and flowing yet auimated style, the peculiar ease with which she unites glances, features, tones, jestures and attitudes to express even the veriest shadow of a thought, are to us irare and rary bits of critical examination, the racier that they are so rare. The old comedy of the " Busy Body" was capitally played last night by the whole company ; by Miss Bennett, Mr. Ludlow, Mr. Perry and Mr. Mark Smith, particularly so. The costumes, too, were all appropriate. PUcide't Vmrittit. The domestic drama ol 14 Ime Tries All" was performed at this house on Sunday night with a capital rnst, and in a capital manner. Though without auy grand climaxes, startling incidents, or exaggerated characters, it is skillfully and dramatically wrought up ; the comic and serious scenes are naturally and easily brought in, and the plot and characters are very interesting. .Mrs. Howard, Bass, Wright and Holland, played it well I Mrs. How ard's performance of Blmtk - Eftd Susan, the same evening, is deserving of much commendation. The splendidly appointed ballet corps at thb - house, under the guidance of those original, handsome and spirited dancers, Mons. and M'me Monplaixir, contribute not a little to the amuse ment of its kahituit. Their costumes are alwny rich, elegant and appropriate; their discipline perfect ; and their dancing shows the results ol long practice and a love for the art They are continually bringing out some novelty in the shape of ballets er divertiaements, all of which are to be noted for the full preparation they receive from the ballet corps, the brilliancy of their tableaux and appointments, the perfection ot their ensemble and the variety of their details. M'me Monplaisir is the personification of agility and ease. Her style is peculiar and piquant. Mons. Monplaisir we consider to be the best male dancer ever seen in this country. His feats ol strength are executed with astonishing precision and spirit. Last night George Coleman's old but popular comedy of the " Heir at Law" was performed. with a strong cast, and in a manner that appear ed to please the entire audience. The wit and humor of tbe piece, the interest and variety ol its plot, iu gleams of naivete, tenderness and true, ' honest feeling, were wrought out by the performers in a style that showed how mucL they : enjoyed their parts.' Where the emire company deserved praise, it might be invidious to particularize, but we must cite Mrs. Howard' Cicely, Bass's Pirn gloss, and Holland's Lord Dmherltf, as especially deserving of commenda tion. - Mr. T. Placide's personation of simple, honest - hearted Zekitl Homespun, the country youth, delighted every one, and ss frequently drew down shouts of laflghf er, as it did vigorous applause. We should be exceedingly pleased. with hosts of his friends, to see Manager Placide on the stage more frequently. French Opera, A very singular five act drama, written for the great French actor, Frederick Lemaitre, and called "Paillasse," was produced at this theatre on Sunday night. Paillasse is a strct t jugglar, a sword swallower, a wit, a man of family, a kind father, and a tender husband. In the rapidly succeeding incidents throngh which he passes in the piece, laughter, fun, frolic, misery, poverty, pathos alternately rise to the surface, affect the spectator's heart or his risibilities, and try to the utmost the versatility or the actor powers. Mons. Lemoule was the Paillasse on Sunday night, and he played his difficult pari with great energy as well as true French appre ciation of the wit and the delicacies of bis role. On Saturday night the opera wass crowded for the performance of Halevy's ' grand opera of " Charles VI." We : had not yet seen this season so many ladies in tbe hottse, or such a brilliant display of Creole beauty aad Creole taste in dress, M'me Widemann achieved another tri - ampli in the part of Odette, the peasant girl at the court of the old French King Charles VI. The role of the crazy and suffering monarch was suug and acted by Mons. Diguet, the barytone, with bis .usual elegance, distinction and effect. He is a thorough artist - "r Jos Riut's Circus. We advise all those of our readers who desire to enjoy the heartiest kind of laughter, to go and see Daa Rice aad Reynolds in the burlesque on a prize fight between two celebrated pugilists. It is decidedly the richest thine we hnva seen .this nsaay a day. It was breurht out last Bight for the first time, and threw the whole crowd present iato absolute eon mini oris of merriment. - - . - , 't ' C57" Alesawndro CalandrelO, the defender of the walls of Rome s gainst ths French, has been tines his conderirBBiion, tjaasf erred ta tba Bagnio of Anna, where he - wears the red prisoa serge, aad the chains of the convict.. The , people crowd to see him as he works in the public places with a hod on hto shoulders. ,. :. : InUretting Relics. Tin Roman tablets, says tbe Auisadar Maiaruensa, made ol oronze. weighing 164 and the other Y 00 pounds, were lately discoved br some workmen at Malaga. They were found to contain sBgraved in columns a . 11 the local laws of 1 the . citT sf Malaga, at toe period when it firat becams a part of ths Bontaa CArx af E mmtvlism ftton - Wl8Jsitiiam ths Dostmsster at West Bandtklphy - Vts has bsea arjajsted set ths ehargsj Sf ssshsAslhig letter on - taining ntttrrswyy" heard" a report that the post - nuster at BurVmgton hsd'beea arrested on a Asanas - Jnsrfsy but pFtssMsa It refers to tin gams We give below a summary report of tbe open ing of John Van Buren, on the part of Mr. Forrest, in the divorce case. As this contains a statement of what be intended to prove, it will be unneces sary to recapitulate much of the testimony : He referred to what Mr. O'Conor said about the little time that would be required to enrol nate Mr. Forrest. When a charge had been made in Bticu a wnoieaaie manner he thought some lewd act would be shown, where his whole life naa oeen thrown open. Tne charges or Mrs. Forrest against Mr. r orrestaunder oath, is impro - Knciy as to junepuine vuiton, in uw, ten years efore this complaint was filed, and who died Ions before any difficulty between Mr. and Mrs. Forrest. Josephine Clifton was married before her death. Her character, when livinr. waa free Ironi any stigma such as is charged, yet Mrs. For rest chanres her with adulterv with Mr. Fun - eat in 1S4U. ieu i4J anu 11944. at nnrtirumr timet and a general charge in relation to her. These charges against a dead, bv a live woman. are made as to one who iu life sustained a fair character. Is there anytluug shown which even reflects upon her character. They were both engaged in theatrical life, performed frequently together iu the pieces, and it was natural, in rehearsals aud otherwise, they should often be to - 5 ether. And the charge or Mrs. r. is against a ishl v resrtectable female, whom I will not name. and wlio, oy agreement wiut counsel, naa oeen struck from the complaint. It will be shown that the friends of Mrs. F. Dublished the chanres against Mr. F. in tbe uewsnaDers. and the first intimation we had or it was through the newspapers. Charges have also been made by Mrs. F. against Mr. F. for committing adultery with Caroline lusersolL another at No. 628 Houston street : also, twelve years before, alt a house west side of t berry street ; also, as to Anne Usinpsey, some times caneu mm. r lowers, wnose cnaracier tne counsel, in opening, attempted to blacken, and wno will be an important witness in this case; also, as to Margaret Clinton, in Market, near Clinton street ; also, as to a woman in Thomas street, and as to several women, at times and places unknown, all made by Mrs. Forrest, under uain, on miormsuon anu oeuei, yet notaparucie of them attempted to be proved, and showing that the whole was a base slander. Mr. Forrest has been continually watched with the hope of nuuing Bnuiemiug against mm. As to the case of Mr. F as the counsel said in opening, Mr. F. married a daughter of John Sin clair, who was a drummer in the army, but be came a singer, as is known both neand hut wife were unfortunately addicted to intemperance, and the habits of the parents may be traced, it is feared, in this case. After Mr. F. came back to New York, Mr. Sinclair and his wife and two daughters came to New York, resided at ths house of Mr. F and made it a scene of diasina - tion and excitement Mrs. F. was a handsome looking woman and of good intellect. The course pursued by Mr. F. toward her family obtained her gratitude toward him. In 1844 Mr. F. and Mrs. P. went to Cincinnati, and became acquaint ed with Mr. Jamieson 1 will not say now the situation he found her in. Testimony will be shown. In 1P49 Mr. , Forrest, in looking over some papers, found a letter, called the Cunsuel 1 tetier, snowing inuy tne gum 01 tne parties, ana I will now read it. Some discussion arose here as to the propriety of reading the letter. The court decided that he might state the contents. The jury, said the judge, will understand that no regard whatever must be paid to the statements 01 counsel wnen they are opening, as they have great latitude. The iurr must look at the evidence. Air. van tsnren said notning was more true than for the counsel to state what they cannot prove, and often what they will not be allowed to pmve. I wish to show to the jury that the letter addresses Mrs. Forrest in terms of strong affection, aud nearly these : " My sweetest Con - 011610," (objected to ;) this letter win snow tne bliss that the writer lias naa and lis panicipauon by the one to whom he is writing it will speak or the humbird in the open grove it will say, "I do hot doubt you, and you have assured me that vou do not doubt mv love." It speaks not only the feelings of the writer, but the declarations of the one to whom it is addressed. It speaks of the pride, bliss, love, Aic, aad says, as to other matters, how insignificant they are as to matters that preceded them ; aud closing with some lines how happy they will be in each other's anus, and cloning with a kiss. Turn was found in Mrs. Forrest's possession eignt or niue months after it was written. You may say a virtuous woman murm nave nau sucu a letter thrust upon her, but would she have preserved it ? Would she not rather have shown it to her husband between whom and herself the most unalloyed happiness apparently existed at that time this letter, preserved in connection with letters from Mrs. orrest's own sister, ana finally found in Mrs. Forrest's drawer. That comes from the drawing - room from the boudoir of Mrs. Forrest, and there can be no mistake about it. The letter will be presented in evidence, aud if you ran find explanation, we can not. But six montns aiier tne reception 91 una letter, Jamieson came to this city, and was shut up for more than an hour with Mrs. Forrest iu Mr. Forrest's house, and a letter was sent by him directed ts the care of Mrs. Voorhies, Mrs. Forrest's sister. When Mr. Forrest found the letter alluded to, he felt that his happiness was gone forever. ... Without a conviction or her enure gum tne feelings of Mr. Forrest toward ber would not li.ru ndmittfit n f aenarxtion. He wished to do so w ithout exposing her, aud in answer to her urgent entreaties to that effect, he remained in the house with her from January ts May, the time of breaking up house - keeping ; she wudied a keepsake, aud he gave her the copy of Shaks - peare, but not written in it lroin ner lonng nus - band, sa usual ; she wished his portrait, which be gave her and told her to.take anything she pleased ; aud at ner request, wuu ,CVT r penrance, accompanied ner to Mrs. Goodwin is ; Km!;. - idniixlf n mined man. he save bp his hnr. ,. ninna hrw. and went to reside in Phil - mi. - lnhia. his native city. He never dreamed of exposing ner, anu it ena .."."v t ...i ,i.t ii,.;, aonnrntinn had been . . 1 ... ... 4:11 lljut.mh. tliar he ascertained that their separation had been I .i,i...ii.ih.i, imniiratinar him. snd he re - 1 turned to New York, wrote to Mrs. Forrest what he bad learned, and the facts in regard to that will be shown in evidence. She demed that she had stated the causes of difficulty, but iu a week afterwards she wrote to him. denying the causes of their separation. He replied he did not wish to expose her, although she had ruined him and had ilnna that which Waa Wearing OUt lllS life. ' .Mm tha rennriii nht - ntui. it was necesainrr SD take soma action, and he applied to the Stase of Pennsylvania tor a divorce, stauug noiauigui could be avoided, to implicate her. 1 he tesu - nnnar nana tnlfn hern al the AstOr HoUSeX SHU notice given to Mrs. Forrest to attend with her witnesses. The divorce passed the Lower House, but was stopped in the Senate, on the ground that It was a anaiter ur uie courta. nc una anu a bill bv the advice of his counsel; and, en coming here, was met by threw or four suits on the part ol mrs. rorrest, ana retimrou u s" bona in $10,000, to prevent him leaving the State, not ts put his property out of his hands a man who never sold a dollar's worth of property in his life aud other matters. ' , , - The testimony in the ease before the Leguhv tnrw Pnnurlmnit dhwJnSMid facts at Which Mr. Forrest was - itrprised, of conduct, in the absence of - Mr. Forrest that men of little of no ac - aii.l(9nnariih him in the habit of visit. tug bis house, and converting it into a scene of I dissipation, AC a coteno, a taw was Mr. N. P. Willis, aad his wife so far forgot herself as to covet this kind of Ufa to the sim - r.lieirw nf hear huahnnd'u UfS : that Mr.' Richard Willi, had hewn keot three davs and nights at his boons ; that Mrs. Voorhies, who like Ana Flowers bad been charged of having a child before she urns married, and whose company Mr. Forrest did not wish her to keep, had been continually there; Capt Cal craft was seen, lata at night, with a decanter, ate, with these two ladies. - , Mrj Van Buren, after other resnarks, said lie had ptruoaially examinee) the witnesses, and did not come, as tns other aide did, with mere assertion, i Mr. Van Buren then stated that ha expect ed ta prove actual impropriety the part sf Mrs. Forrest. - : ' As ts Arm Flowers, the eonnsel said he did not believe a word of what had been said against her. Sha had been degradedin that house by CapM Howard. Sua never had any complaint against her conduct as a servant by Mrs. Forrest As tot tha sailor spoken of, he is connected with one of ths best families in Philadalphia, - Capt Howard aaaar.laaaieAoknywBa that testimony in regard to - then would be given, and if they are not called.it will be for th jury to say how wise it waa in eoanael to in. Burn their witamMsa, whs they dual bring their wu witnesses to testily. " FsV Tm maidnn name ef Lout MoBtea was t Ronanna Gilbert She is the dauxbler of a DOOT BaUTUTASpej BfmmYm We speak 4 street babies' those whose tions of existence ass gathered from brief glance. snatched at daylight and humanity in the c or perambulations around the streets to earn their daily bread. Of course it is understood that the babies perambulate in the arms of their swMtsssst moment, to us, the sudden and rapid growth of these pauper children is one of the most remarkable phenomena that the natural history of the Sunny South places before our " wonder" faculty. - You give a beggar woman a dime's worth of charity to - day, more on account of the interesting young baby she so tenderly cherishes in her arms than for any feeling yon have for her own wrinkled phis. Ths next day you are stopped by the very same woman ; aud, lo I tbe baby of three months has grown into a boy or a girl it is indifferent which of soma three or four feet in height, aud aged at least six years I The last " tale" that hangs to this infantile class of paupers is as follows. Its truth is vouch ed for. The iucident took place iu Cams street only a few days ago. A tall, muscular, rough - lookiug man, dressed in the loose; tree and easy style that characterizes the majority of our Western visitors, was striding up the street at a rapid pace,, apparently absorbed in deep thought, or bent on arriving at some particular spot in the very shortest time possible. . His progress was suddenly arrested by the appearauee directly in his path of a pale, meagre - looking woman, dressed iu the "misery" style, aud bearing ia her anus a bundle of rags, at one eiid of which flourished a baby . cap. " Please, sir," said whining voice, "my husband's dead, and I want some money to bury him, and I've got six children at home, and this one just born, and noth ing to feed 'em on I Please, air I'! The toll man looked at the "misery" woman for a moment or two in silence gazing steadily into her face from under his shaggy eyebrows that hung down over a pair of big grey eyes, and apparently engaged iu a course of reflections on the e Qects of poverty and beggary. " Please, sir," began the whining voice but the man put his fingers to his lip to enjoin silence : stepped for ward, placed a hand on the bundle of rags, aad gendy turning down the end of an old, worn out shawl, disclosed to view the round, fat, rosy face of a handsome and healthy baby. The little fel low opened his black eyes, that sparkled in the sunlight, threw up his chubby arms and began to laugh in that peculiar way that only babies understand. The rough features and sunburnt complexion of the man assumed a milder ex pression than what appeared to be habitual to them ; he deliberately raised the baby in his hands,, held it out at arm's length, and took a good, steady look at it as one would do with a puppy or a wild turkey offered for sale. The man's gravity and his tall, stout form prevented any one of the numerous bystanders, who by this time had gathered round, from exhibiting any signd of merriment at his rather singular con duct ., . . : j At length, he said to the. woman, in sharp, quick, gruff tones seating the baby at the same time on his left arm " Husband dead and caA't bury - him, eh V li Ya - a - as, sir r said " misery" in its usual thin, whining, quivering voice. " Six children and can't feed 'em, eh f " Ya - a - as, sir p "Baby just born, ehf "Four months old, sir; just four!" "Handsome baby, ehf holding the infant out again at arm's length and looking it in the face. " Ya - a - as, sir r " Caat feed it either, eh r " No - o - o, sir r " Can't feed it Very good. Hum I Ah t Handsome baby I Healthy too. Hats much will yen talcs far itf "Please, sir I" "No, no ; none of your 'please, sir f I want this baby to take home to my old woman. She never had one, and we want one right bad. How much will you take for it t" "Please, sir r "Confound your ' please sir f How much I I'll pay you cash. Gire you a dollar ami s fuarUrl, Won't take a dollar and a quarter I No t Not a dollar and a quarter f Cash down t Wont do it, eh I Oh, very well f Plenty more in the market Get 'em cheap. Won't give but a dollar and a quarter, ne, Aow .' Doosed handsome baby, hut can't fa aver s dollar ana a quarter ." And nastily placing tne imam in uie arms oi its niigni - oe .1 r. . t 1 i: 1 .! , . nimner, niter hub rajiiuiv ueiirerru urnuo, tne tall man started off at a naif trot swinging his arms at a fearful rate, and looking as grave and as unconcerned as if nothing had happened. Poor " misery" fell back on her usual seat on ths sidewalk, bewildered aud stupified, whilst the spectators of this singular scene laughed not a uiur, ........ r . Uallrsad Meetlnc At a railroad meeting held at Greenwood, parish of Caddo, in the State of Loiusiana, Decern - oer auin, iti, nr. a. riournoy was canon to uie chair, and fJoh IJ. J. hooks was made secretary. The object or the meeting baring been stated bv the chairman, the in e ting was briefly ad dressed by Dr. C. G. Young, and more fully by Dr. M. Estes. The latter gentleman gave an interesting account of his visit through the parishes lying along the projected route of a road from Vicksburg through Monroe, Minden, Shreveport and Blarahall. to the Trinity river in Texas. He Books eloquently of the general influences of raJIwavs iu derelooinir ths resources of a country. and dwelt upon the advantages of this road to Texas and Louisiana, and to tbe city of New Or - leanA - " i - "'' : On motion. it was Ree4edi That the appoint - meat of Dr. Estes, by tbe Monroe Convention, to attend the Legislature of this State, aad the Congress of the United States, for tha purposes set lortn uy - nuiu cunrc - miuu, m suuiutcu auu confirmed I v this meeting : and further resolved. I that Drs. Young and Estes be, and they ar I hereby appointed delegates to represent the interests of tbis road in the New Orleans Conven tion, to be held on ths 1st Monday of January uex. r . Resolved. That the thanks of this meeting be giveu to Dr. Estes, for hia able and eloquent address on tbis occasion, and his indefatigable ex ertions in behalf or tbe road on in mission to Monroe. - - : ': - ';:' - Resolved. That the proceed lass of this meeting he published in the Caddo Gazette, New Orleans ricayune, ana ueiis. i : - rj Wflereupon tne meeting aojonmea. A. FLOfJRNOy, Chairmaa. f D. J. Hooks, Secretary. - : .t, - - , ) T FacitcH four d'K tat. Despatches to tbe Charleston papers give the following additional news concerning the recent movement in France: Dunnr the recent disturbances the loss sus tained by the army was one officer killed and three, wounded. . Fresh, ail eats were daily being madef of the leaders of the Rrnsthlicsui rssrtv. Chanrsrnier and the other generals are at Hsvrs. jjia,, awaitiug their trial oa the charge of exciting the diers to revolt, uom. T. ap catesoy Jones, ti. 8. N.. who hapoened to be a spectator near one of the barricades, had bis leg broken and a fiager cut oa. rna rriuce so jotavuie ana truss atab - nuile .had gone to - the . frontier of Belgium .and raised the standard of revolt against Louis Na - Kleon. Paris by the 5th inst had become per - rtly tranquil, and no indications of the recent commotions were to be seen, witn ins excepuut sf ths barricades. Louis Napoleon had issued an nddraasn. enllinw sua tka naHirri t0 SS to UlS polls, and stating that he wiW freely sohntit ts their decision. - rr i.'r - - - .i 'zl''" .'f - The news from the other portions of Europe is nwaSalaasWne aBkSBi - . - '. - . f ." Latest accounts frost Paris state that a bloody conflict had taken place between the people and tha rrnonA in which the latter were victorious. . . - t New outbreaks were, however, continually oo taurine in all parta of the - city, and the troops were fired npon from the henaettps ' of the citi - Arcoaats arere renerally favorable to the President; but several grsterals had dsclsred sgsinwt him I and Gen. Nieiuayer was mitrchias; em Paris with four resinaents to eppooe th Preaident aad tha army. The moat Intense "excitement prs vatiea. ana there was as .teianr e raiieo, ana taere was as tei;mg o wan - ,ltlMi Uemity af bloedsbed the eonflicto between thelbamwiii people and the usurper's fort - tie might be earnest, t vj ) asab as.. . d ... latalw Bui lit at PUhvl dwasburutatstaten pjd on tWltt rrom the N. Y. Journal of Cnarrce. . r - , ..... , Kaoanth aad Nsa - IsiterveatisaT. i I r i . . , .4 Seeasiia fraUstraeU. ' - . J t a CF. HnW mnn An C.mL. - - fclafc jfoial " for see yos ; I know yon one ob dess htrary men, IwartrmtoipUintome what all durow. ,j, - wi uuu - mtetwenaiHm and ail tfemaxinA .".TV.r.r Pfoud, Cuff, to 'lighten you oa ' dapints hut ths fuss ting I want to know is, , ;i I Weddr Vrr. - scribe to dem auimadwurshuns ob de Currier and ; ' Qoirer on de great Kertoat, or wedder it is ia dat " ! plastic state ready to receive sha troth or tod or - " wise. In de words ob da event ki. : , arrihn InH.n, .;,., ""V 7.""" J . pause for reply .. . - - ,; , ' , vaj. w ell, aamoo, 1 uun know what tob mean by de aiiud in a Blaster state : but if van iir believe in dat Watson Webb, you can take my hut. rsM n - hr Ranu I niiK.r vm.I VI' J anoder ting, I done bear he's posed to dat fugitive '''' ' law anu nigger ejnignasnsn. - - - - - Samba. iVuB said. Cuff. I see Tou se ooen to coawicshun. . Well den, Mr. Konhoot, (I know ds man, I'se been introduce to him. I had de pleas ant toder uight at ds great festival ob - helping him to a plate ob sauwich.) - Well, in his great speech dat night he brung up sum cotashuns from . trio dying speech and conresshun ob de 'mortal Washington, bout nuteralitv and non - tnterwen - shun: and he went onto show dot dsy was joe ss different as two peas, upon dis ground, dat a man or a gorernuien might remain neutral towards . two beligerin powers, aud yet not; indifferent or in ouer woras, to niue it more complex ana tef - ligible, he might not interfere between de two who was cuttin each Oder's threats, but at the same time he would interfere to prevent any one else, sleppin in, and dat is what he called later - ' wenshuu. He also went oa to show dat ds great ' Washington neber intended to stabliah da nrha. . ciDle. I tink he called it of non - interwenahnn uow aud forever, but only as ds policy ob de mo - ' tnent, until ds Governmen had got strong enuff to defend demselves. and lend a nelnimr hand to oder. ' ' i . ... ; ... Aud to my mind. Cuff. I tink he's right, f look . upon de doctrine, ob non - iuterwensbun, under no , circuiiiMtance aud no how, as da most monstrous absurdity as' eber was circumwented by man. , M us dis nation, now we'ss got sur freedom and independence, stand by indifferent to the wall in and smashin out ob teeth ob oppress ed nations S - outline; unuer oe iron neeie oo ueepousmT on - interwenshun 1 I look upon um as opposed to de spirit of true Christianity, immorality, phi - ' - lanthropy hydropathy aad Caff, I lose myself 4 when 1 tink ob um I dun get so mad 1 dun know what I say. - - car. uo it Hambo: tink vou'se fermred. ' Ise wid you. Down wid Hungary and non - inter - ' weushun, - BassAe. Hold, nigger, vou dun know what you're talking bout You musnt tink, eazs inter - ' weushun as de great principle ob ejrii libertv and brotherly hive (ses ds big book where he ssys, ' ' love thy neighbor, succor ds afflicted, do to sders as you waul dem to do nnto fwi) is right under ' 40ms circumstances dst he's right under all - ; oders; becszs .our own safety, snd ds sacred cause ob liberty demand dat we shouldn't madly - " peril de rich inheritance oua forefathers be - :' queeved to us. : v - v - na, uua : aituougn i so it strong tur tins rary, . still, to speak deaentiments of de great Kosshoot, ' although one ob de outposts ob liberty is in dsnv. ger, 1 wouldn't raise my sacnmiligioas hand to lestroy de temple. And such. I tink, would be ... Je result ob sendin troops snd fleets in aid ob . . Hungary : for if we do it in dis case, ws sjiu, like . de great Don Quixote, mount our Roxeraanto to . tilt agin ebery windmill , dat flaps its wings. No, Cuff, dont let our sympathies be tendered wid de armed hand, but wid ds oiled palm ; let ebery , t man open nis purse ana ttown wia as aunt, uo - , yon want dis country to go to war ; do you want to see de mill stopped, de ships rotton in de docks ; do you waut Massa John to stop payment, - - and hab de store shut up ; would you like to have '. your dray broke down, and your old horse dying for want ob oats ; and finally and lastly, ds you '"' want to be drafted to go.sodgeriat ,' - ... Cull. I'm convinced dat Mat a Mm men bout . sodgrrin has settled tne. .1 neber could bear ds . smell ob powder, no how4 - yaw, yaw, yaw. - Dry don't get dis nigger to go lemouaJin wid a musket on his shoulder. Drafted hey I , If you gwaia , to talk boat drafts, spose we journ to Downinrs and take a smash. - ' - Exrr. Oapt. Xidd Wot a Pirate. .!:..'. At a meeting of ths New York Historical So - , eiety, Judge Campbell, one of iu members, de - .. livered an address in vindication of Capt Kidd, , ., in which he nhowed that Kkid had been an officer in the English navy prior A ltWl, when he - ' marrii - il in this conntrv. and took the command ., - of a merchaut ship owned by Mr. Robt Living . " stun.' He was then very much respected, and ths Council in May or uiatyear awaraea mm a too, idpubUclytmmendc him for certain services " rendered to the colony. About the year 1699 the coasts of New England were infested with pi - . rates, and the Earl of Belmont, whom the King ' had sent out as Governor, proposed to ths Horns ' - Government to fit sat a ship of thirty guns and 130 men, and conunission i;apt. Ainu to comma nu , ber in a cruise against ths buccaneers. This . pro pout tion was made upon the suggestion or Mr. Livingston, who expressed great confidence in aidd's coorage and capacity, and offered to pay one - fifth of ths expense. The Government was - v then unable to furnish the required vessel, but the Earl of Belmont Lords Halifax, Somen. Rouiaey, Orford, and others, eon tn oared tne necessary funds, aud entered into articles oi agreement with Livingston and Kidd. . These articles were dulv filed in the State pa per office, and on the 11th of December, 1G95, the " Court of Adniiralty issued a commission, author - ' izing Capt Kidd to take all French; crnisers and ths Ring's enemies, eoc. ins Auventare gainy . was fitted out, aud in the following April, Capt , Kidd sailed to New York, where ne enlisted a . full crew, and then commenced onewaions as a ' privateer. In the mearrtrms the Whig noblemen concerned in fitting out ths Adventure were impeached. Rumors wars spread that Capt Kidd , had turned pirate, aad when be entered Boston,, ; in June, lew, ne was seizea sua sent to nngianu,. where be was convicted of piracy. Tbsjhav peacued lords Were afterwards acquitted. The cireumstanoes attending Capt Kidd's tnal were, such as to give reason to suppose that his con - r... i, mnvna at inflnenr.inr the House of Peers vicuuu wan biwijui. . - 4 against ths impeached noblemen, ana Jadgs Campbell so argued with much force. JBrlslAewater Paiatt . , '' lomtbanridgonMlassw,Jaray. ' ' - - r THIS Paint confidently reroinmeTioea to int pusiic aa the BKST MINERAL FAINT EVER INTRODUCED, fw decks sf nmili ss i atismhnati tttaiavalasMe. being a aad net sflectod bv eitner ness ar tan www. aa ircckstt lascoasrs ajaerteetsioeA" ZTT - .. , ' i ftj rvnTAxiiT ins ttcsninot be too highly resornmsadrd. as ia edmflos to i rto Impervious oualiuea, the bendinf. hrtnkius or warping we material upon wnien rt at asoa nona my. " - T Mixed ineoual piuuortians with, verdigna tt maAes tna moat durable bottoms for Teasels and dries la a tew awyn Its natural color ia a light chocetass, but It ml her mood saint, snd the readiness with which But st anw. ssher tea ma easstt Bssst deuatetiata, together sffj ta,!H''v "S wm"bernUnauTow tssw sayVher pshsito i liri5iSii,,Vi mawiss! nsarkat. and wiU he fauna1 altoai pretereeai "eTfftlii co., w Saentafhrtht sf Innaieas Mississippi, Akvbami AatricnltarnJ I nnleneats And ' tscisery. Suited to Si the Boutl ithem Stares. . .. FARM EBB, Plnntcrt snd Merchants will find at the AsricnlturaJ Warehouse of A. B.ALLfcW ACO . 1 ,. ., and 14 Water straet. Mew York, tbe largest assortment .., ia the (JaMed Slates of taoW aas aoacinnes suites te aouia - i em Sahara. Meat af the lmotimauts said bv tbeas are lunsctarod in tbeir awn machine abap, aader the daroet , , tef tbe nraa. wbars the ! timber only is used, with Iran of tba neat ruiwt ut riowa thev seu snore tana loo ffsreat aas terns, sanasag which are aooWa aooidhoara, at mama well alaanw nint, subsoil aad Ado bul pit ast ... Flow Csstiuas of various Batterns, aasong which tl ton ens, at outer, avtaptis ana aboveis by the tanorrs are buU ' ton sun, atauter, stiapua and shovoia by the tan or ratsiL lis crews. CaiUvatrs, iotton Swepa, ira risai i . - - - 7 rbeveiA BrSdct aad forkA of vartoin pslteras, is say iss - : , ; : .r.' f my - - 1 - " Btraw Cotters and Cars shrnert, mZZ - 1 jiTt7 u - nfi .. - aSnaa. TIsaaBloS asa sax chines, far wheat a - s. snd riosi Fawning Miiw as rf jja f Wheat and Corn ' Bum artabieaeetot Hnrat rowen ' SowisS. Msa - ' isno;eraia Ciwdles. ' 1 ' . ,d of UiwlKaUamt f f t and Oiaswantsl .ueesaod owina. a 1U0 pares, wid " ' wcAtotnasBbwri livKt sreFay aaai,, flo and Scythes a tools 1 aiaa ear Trees sent ts ot . A aieatlinee be erven, en s" Basil, as tbeir 1 aee. as rerjired t, , ioS FLO, edited by sttheSew Joei a VTANCCS mads - I t, - i t j fce ra, X . : i v? 'S itA oiif III!

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