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pt.45a Orios., Rs4doond Nilis. Il print of dr 1010 iooh
pooo.10 ls te.03 of Eanato thisatok Oob /0.
4.10100 401jodl JAYNI CODINA.
pATrON.a SamTE PVrTAM.
cORNER Or MAGAZINE AND GRAYIER TR2iTS,
A4etsI SWA t.e ais
ave now on h nd and ar oottHy eaelvinlg, on ommn
sidn, dinres trap the MalueIaedms, the L.Eget end FlBet
. lm.Itee etlrel Tob
Severy variety, they ve eb e obfered t1 tihe trade. and 106141
m LNeattdon oCrGSOCES and DEALERS tthbdr aoek bIore
Tha tmn* BOL AGERNS or. BURTON MAY'S A OrSo
md hHt poumnd; LA BELLE CREOLE. s atd l0's; BUCK
FINNY'S 's and We ad KENT'S 10' -bLeidl Beoth.
bwMds; GRANT AWILLIAMS' I tlb., .nd othrin; LEONO
WA pon.d., which took t.he PblBr m at P the St.to PFr at Pe
i.1mr11, VY., November, 15k, Y. A& . P. JONES' poemnds .
i.t, which h.ertaken the Premium in North Camrom. dix
yera in wredoM d I. d ipeps t tteat Tobaeoo I. tlb
WILLIAMSON'S TWIST. (Brst pLfeklp . KATE ELIZA
ands, tdel for b noReeu nlr, d in faIt evry d-e
erpt o. Tobaolo geeralUy usled.
We alsobhae the POW ATTAN PLPES. wMhich we e.de
dheat em seommeebm,. 81mo
COTTON SED... ..... TTON SBED.
I bhae now n hand large supply of "Petlt GOlf" .ad
*Boyd's Pellc'" COTTON SEED, wrhibch I can felalk detdg
tbee .,on L lotw to sit 1meton1e.
Planters and other wIhbil. pre and well sIlett artile ofI
Cotto Seed. woel, do well to gl.e me al before puerhaleg
Ih.e alson had a full and well aortd stebk o G0 -
CERIES, which I pm peae to sell at aouonable priced
CIAS. B. RAULRY.
1a6 Sn M Tehnnr.lonhle shet.
MACI ERY ....... ...........MACHL' ERY.
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE STIAM ENGINES,
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS,
INDIA RUBBER BELT,
COTTON SEED HUILLER,
IRON, OA8 AND WATER PIPES,
POWER AND HAND PUMPS,
At the Maeblnery Depot of RICH'D F. HARRISON.
3.11 . Nn.. 4S and 42 Rt. Carlres .t.
A A. IIAGINNIBS' COTTON SEED OIL
OIL CAKE MANUFACTORY,
Nos. 115 and 117 lagaRzine treet,
Keep coneantdy on had Crmde ad Superior ClariBfed OI1
OIL CAKE, OIL CAKE MEAL and decortited Seed.
Ordel for the abowe gb wiBth prmptnesind ddpatcb.
CASH paid for COTTON REED on dellerv. .16 if
UIRNES' IEXTRA STOUT- THIS DUBLIN
PORTEBR per) to my other brand as beversae o|
forN medicinal ppo PFor sle to the tradei by
fell tt Ill Old Lv.rr.. near St,, lttreet.
THE FAIINA COOOGNOE WATER
The underidgned, sole reprieseltive for the Unitld Stste,the
CMada eand WeeM Indies, of the Justly celebrated house of
JOHN CIIARLIFS FARINA,
bas authorized Mae., 0. T. BUDDECKE A CO., of this ty,
to receive ordma for the impartation of the above genuine art.
ee, put up in all the difernt styles in wicker, plain bottles, eta.
O the Br.n of JOHN CHARLES FARINA,
jOrders Intrmted to m for the honse of J. C. Fnrina, will
bave prompt attention, nd be exaclted t the me rates and
prsea a If forwarded direct to Cologe.
C. T. BUDDECKE & CO.,
1f3 3m No. 21 Common. stret.
FAI ILY GROCERY, CORNER OF COMMON and
Ithu been my deir to excel in the quality of BUTTER fTr
wlibed ta my estemrs, and the patronnge I have acquired In
the last fortees yea, La proof of suces,.
My TEAS, beng selected by an acknowlsdged Judge, in New
York, will b found to be chole.
The stas t the stre s changed many timee daring the year
andls tleore fresh. A full ssortmaent onstantly corng In,
bought and to be old fr s .
Country orders aolieited, to which prompt attention wll be
ptld. Terms, eh or city acetanc
H. H. HEDDRN.
g dm m Cs ammon and nrlandeler, ss.. New nrarl.n
PLOWS............. P WS.............L W .
1I00 King's Carey PLOWS, assorted siaes.
10 Hall Spear's Cas Valley PLOWS.
1.0 .. .. Wroeght Peacock PLOWS.
1000 Bal's PLOWS, assorted.
10 Avery's ..
1000 Clor'rs Calhoun PLOWS.
1600 Garret A Clman's celebrated Steel Rover do.
10 Nosra, Masen a Co.'s Steel PLOWS.
1000 Mayher's Cet PLOWS.
Together with a general assrtment of
etc., etc., etc,
A full amormeat of flomb's PREMITUM AXES and EDGE
TOOLS, which were awarded the Silver Meadse at the late Palr
at Jackson, Mis. For ale by
C. H. SLOCOMB A CO.,
67 Canal street,
ildm And0to l8 ma strse
NECW ORl.EIN DIUTUAL INSURANCE
CO MP.ANY-No. 111 CANAL STEET.
apital scrlb ....................... ............ , 0.
Alphonse Mltenberger, J. B. GOrbble,
A Roeher a, P. O. Noblom,
H. M. Wright, A. Reichard,
I. Ml1tdon,. 0. SabUser,
O. IEsve. S. La Darby.
J. M. Baualdo, J.Tayes.
This Companyt , a5tUnesto o the New rarleet lasmeaeaCm .
pay. IMas agaldat the Ioun and Damage by Fire, the Pae o
Ile Sead . tas., at the e at rta oat premium.
J. TUYES. Prealdaat
J. W. Hx.sse. See.ma. nlt tahsn
CUCULO U a D'RUZA. DEALERS IN SUGARS
Imperters of Havan, Produce
O0iss-No. S Bs. Loa ease..
G as.stly .ui lu alt to et pcasers, Sets.n t od.a
et a thaosod osekat sate.. Alas HatanC tgarsa af abs
Bshedt adareknta brands, sod Eiasat Peedase osRnees
to bIDAe CCUO0LLI A D'NUEA.
IPUBLTISf !VERY DA~Y" SUN Y 3ZQPTW . Y J.-0. NI Oh(. T No. '7o CLAMP S
'VOLUME 'III. SATURDAY MQR0%U;` l ARCH .,::, ian..
SATURDAY MORNING, MAORCH 17, 1880.
TALt ON tKJaEIG
The half-and-half rainy and drizzling weather
was something of an Impediment to the munal
gatherings on the flags of Carondelet and environs
yesterday. The European advices of the 3d Inst.,
brought by the Galway steamer, were commented
on. The' general transetlona for the day were
somewhat in unison with the weather, dull and
listless. Of course, there were some remarks about
cotton, and estimates above four and a half mUl
lions. The receipts proper at this port are expect
ed to reach by meridian to-day, Ninteen Hundred
and Ton Thousand bales.
It was rather on the immovable order on the
levee and landings. The sugar depot was rather
w.shy-washy-the gimlet rangers were, however,
on hand, and prepared for action at prices within
their own range. There was some talk of the great
increase in molasses compared and relatively with
the produ;t of sugar this seasohnand the last. The
quantity of molasses produped in 1868 was equal to
022,194 barrels of 40 gallons each, with 362,296
hogsheads of sugar, against 440,462 barrels, and
221,846 hogsheads sugar for the lastseason, 1869.
We note the arrival of 100 hogsheads of sugar and
100 barrels molasses landing at the Upper Basin
from near Tampa Bay, Fla., from the plantation of
one of our leading financiers. We should much pre
fer a cotton plantation in Arkansas. Florida, or
some parts of it, can be made to produce very good
sugar. We trust that none of our country friends
will be crying " wolf" when we allude to importa
tions of sugar and molasses from Southern Florida.
Talking of sugar brings up some figures of the re
lative growth of the largest parishes in our State.
There are twenty-three parishes in Louisiana pro
ducing sugar. The largest yield is credited to the
Parish of St. Mary, on the Techd, which was 23,690,
hogsheads. The next largest was Iberville, say
19,485 hogsheads; then followesAssumption, yield,
ing 17,000 hogsheads; Ascension, 15,496 hogs
heads; St. James, 15,400 hogsheads. The Parish
of Rapidea gave 12,878 hogsheads against 17,133
hogsheads last year. This is the most northerly
parish where the saccharine is raised in our State.
The further talk was that the business of the
week has been good-that there has been more
dry-goods sold than for any previous week this
season. The sidewalks have been crowded with
boxes and packages marked for most every town
in Northwest Louisiana and Eastern Texas. The
trade of Texas is increasingrapidly. If the border
troubles on the Rio Grande were settled, a large
demand would follow for merchandise. Not only
has the Queen of trade been active this week, but
there has been a good business going on in groce
ries, hardware, shoes and clothing. Drugs and
medicines are eschewed. The country connected
with New Orleans is too healthy to require large
In the meantime 'the inquiry is made, what of the
border troubles in Texas? The Government is
moving very dilatorily in sending reinforcements
there; and the 500 troops going from New York
are chiefly raw recruits. A regiment of mounted
Texans will do more service than one-half of the
regular army. The further talk is that Governor
Houston will not be trifled with in the matter of
protection. He intimates, in his correspondence
with the Secretary of War, he can bring into the
field ten thousand men. He can raise five thousand
in Louisiana in a few days. So, Governor, act,
and annex the rich region of Tamaulipas to the
United States, if not for account of our Uncle, just
take it for the benefit of Texas. There is a good
deal of talk just now about this Texas border, Rio
Grande and Mexico. There are numerous dis
patches emanating from Washington about what
the Government intends to do. One-half are con
tradicted one day, and about one-half of the re
mainder can be received with a moderate degree
of credence. In fact, the telegraph is used to play
with the people and public generally.
The mails were reported as having failed yester
day by one route from Mobile, from beyond that
place, and via the Jackson Railroad from beyond
Chattanooga. A mail, however, got through last
evening from New York, bringing papers of last
Monday. We are gratified to observe that the
lobby of the Post-Office will be evacuated next
week. We have been receiving old papers and
circulars, published last year, daily for ten days
past. We hope there are no more of the same
kind to come, as, in common with many other good
citizens, we have been cancelling two cent opera
tions postage with great freedom. The demands
would have been paid with pleasure, if the mails
had been delivered within a week of the time they
were due. Does Mr. Postmaster-General intend to
allow more assistance for our Post-Office? If not,
a subscription had better be started at once, and
arrangements made for dispatching business the
PIEFERonn SLAVERY.--The Cincinnati Enquirer
tells a story of the voluntary return recently of a
fugitive slave to the only place that seemed to him
like home-his master's plantation. He ran away
about six mouths ago, and "after vagabondizing
about Cleveland, Buffalo, Rochester and other
places, finally settled down at Dunkirk, where he
maintained a miserable existence by peddling
fruit." One day, in a train of cars he happened to
meet his old master, Mr. Ferris, of Shelbyville,
Tennessee, and begged to be taken back into sla
very, to which Mr. F'. consented, and they started
Arrivals at the &Oltelsa Yeterdray.
CITY HOTEI-E Ltnac, eceie, Mnac; A E Willec, Bolivar
co, Mis.; J W ratnnr, Bastrop, In; A J t'henlan se . lad1", V,
L Barnard ansud lad,. F 31 Simnons, F Thnma. J A ilg
haem, A Smith, Mlss; i W Ollh A J Burton; R II Field.
ShNeltellbe; W F Grey, Arct Ct Mdy, W 8 Poindexter, T it
Wheeler, ,Jackesn. Mi; W iL Wchb, Columbu M;lsi; 1) 0 ton,
Hllndseco. Miss; W laggert. Amniteo, Lt; C A liUtou, tisl.; m,
Oatwuod, Pt Couie; 1 Sillierese, aed lndy, llnstroup,.; J A
Seymour Acumcptlonu, Iao; W - I1ugh,1 Co,lembla In.; I B
Hoper. It e' Searks, J Rouleri, Chds Flroctaid Clliborne,.
5iss; W White. Shreveport; R K Coombnt.. Bosler.1t Ir J H
SOl,,s Jackson, La" W Sharpe, and l.ly; II Phili o, RIed
Riri- 1I Stevens. J l Deer Oa; C Met'lhld Aberdet,,
Miss; .F F uller, Farmerille; D Leaohersme. .. lis SF .e otei
mn, Pt Conlpee; A B Reading and lady, itlcurton- N )evanx
and lady, Mu,lle; W H Lamarn A Martels, 1, Il.uelIa t M Jekt.
son, Aln; B . leawls and lady, T M Sanlbsd and lsdly. B M
Wdlle and lal- J TaylorA n M urnham .id lady Tex; S
Chambetll '. Natcseel, Robb, R D Brlcdger, Lt; ]i,. , Ander
son Ark; N W Hoyt, Mrs . L Ward, %W ']iton, N y a Bt
Smith, Farrcervilo; 3 L Pledge, Grand Jncction W II Mitchell,
Oraoida, Mie; J A Bloneford, Duck Hill, Miss; l t Hcndeson.
A Karen , N Ward, B P Crabb, R L .ohnson, J McGll.l, J
lecFadden. W P Morrow, Carthage; Chas Hooper, J W Hooper,
Edltnbug; FOG McGatngh TexO E Wason J M riitu, James
hilisttln, Dtal Molrturin, Al T Little, Miss; Ne St J.,thn, Mrs I;
8t.lohn, tirs E St Jothn, eaumont, Tex; Ii U Walaue, N O .I
R R; J Mtc Foaxton and Ilady lisses Paxton, i& le, ia; .1 B
BernBeld, Tri.ly, I.a; R 5W ismamrt, Obe, lo; Chas Wilson.
Plqumine; J P' Middlet.,. Choctawl ; (Ge G Oedo ancd lady, R
SWren,. I.,: N dy,sc Rankln, Mies s Nuel, Va; L Noel, Mis,.
ST. CItARI.OE5 HIOTEL- A erteser J M Parker, Miss M D
Partker, T I Clarke, J T llarston. J Skinner, lims; Judge
Moore, Now Iberla; , Lawrence, (Cat; 11 S Roth, Tenes,
Parish Ge Cosby, Chicago; R J Sege, Wm M levy, ,e; J cl
Wise, tsrides; A erieles and lady, ileksnrgc; J A Selden, J
Belden, Mis Selden, Col Tho l Burnel. Va; V tumont, Is; J
White., Miss White; H (tI alliter 1't Coupee; 1.s Hasard St
.andry; c Robtnson, N C J J W Paye. Ycrkvill, Ala; leMs
F Sminh, Mlnrcll Toex: R A Hairston andlady, Eutaw, Ala; 11
larlestun, Va; C i Lathm, N Y; JAM Thoumon,. J C Rich.
ardson. Ala: J It Poor, J Mullet Portland, Me; F Blncard
and lady, J..Mt Burstow, NY; J W Foler lnd Idy, Missl M
Paekertslerphist I,J Flemling T O'Hlra, Mtobil: W C Con'
nell. J h Brcadford, M K Harrison. Ml.,; WA Walker. Bayo.
Sara; J e Andenoi Pt (oupes; P Wicks; JA Flonrnopand
lady, Shreveport , D Winter, W B Ronge; oD N Burrow, Pla
aemlne; i )rA nReese Mrs Dornau. Mis imnre Milhons, Miss
Mllious, R' tiluhons. Mis. H Campnl, l Miss M 'smpchell.
Ala; R C Wieklnee, WF Felciana; ti Wtbh. MH R F Webb.
Missl M F Suhlmaun. Ala: Dr R Fesnei. Min T D Wade. Tenn;
C H IISlcson, Monroe, La.; Mst Thos trlghans, MoueIostse,
tn; A Ru-tk, Auk. J R Bryan. Van J Calderwod. Monrose, Ia;
Mre Burnl and daughter; C I Logan, Tenn;.1 P Smith, A
Bohma, J F Smith, Tex; ýJ Cotger, o& M R R W S Kteara,
St. Louis; S W Buckett! JR Dnghetty and lady; T Headins,
lSist; P Tiberon and lady, BooSoan; 0 It oizo. U S A; I)r
White, La; (Garner, Aasnmptioun, Ia: L Zeln, Wuinsbeo'.
Lonio sl , on . n, nsz
ST. LOUIS HOTEL.-J M Crawford, J S sIltoir. Le; R L
Oib.a.n CA Iertnheend. P F MccthsTaesboonee J A Whelt,;
MO Darden and fsetlF; Col ttC nt.p Dr Bte Balln. E Co
neaua. JJWht515: AJAA ntmp Conc; d nopes, Mr WLtkows
ki, a C ,t AaLton, In; C i'tlsel, A M Sanford. ALe; A
Btcseiatiettns.nr.MtmO6Drc,,os ntwdn et YF atlco d;
Gray L D.odhn B Sd; A tou otes, Htterch; J V Bee.h, G are,
8t Loedre, ia; Bridge, Ban F'nonboco" T C Andersan and
lady ppepouwe;J BY1oartoY ad lias, Yrevpon" E W Ban.
to,0 :JO Bloarsn, ol, Lyyln, Oean, Jr WHe.
men. OsnotlietACana. Hsebonteo¶1 t. H i p Winsin sad lady.
Iatssna. PASFsaY & Co. tell Bank and Gas Light
stoaks mnd Ressenmee terp of eNtotus oomponte., at thbs t.
Chulie Enlsgl. Tahe ptiulnrs are embhraesed In thaeir .
It Is probable thattherlnot a more complete
and extenive stock of the kind, in the country,
thanthat o.rted by Mr. Allen Hill,of the Build
ers' Furniashing Warehouse and New Orleans
Chandelier Depot, 147 Baronne street, between
Lafayette and Girod. The assortment of mantels
of Ameriesa, Italian, Egyptian and veined mar
bis, sate and marbeinsed iron,of chandeliers and
articles in the same line, is vast and varied, from
the most elegant and ornate to the plainest pat
terns, and there is nothing in the way of gas pipe
and gas fittings, and builders' hardware and metal
work, which may not be purchasedof this exten
From the New Orleans Bulletin we clip the fol
lowing in reference to the obandelier fittings of
the new Continental Hotel, of Philadelphia, which
were supplied and put up by Meears. Cornelius &
Baker, with which well-known house Mr. Hill has
Ten N.w ConmErLAL Hora nto P!L.ADEL
rmA.-The Philadelphia Evening Journal (says
the Bulletin) has a long and very interesting ac
count of their new hotel, from which we extract
the following concerning the lighting of the build
ing with gas:
Gas ir ureu..Thits department of the hotel
was in charge of Messrs. Co.rleliuas Baker. The
dining room is lighted by eleven twelve-light richly1
folated chandeliers, in bronme, relieved it oldt
The tea room has one fifteen-light and two twelvd
light chandeliers, richl, bgilt Tere a three
diuing parlors. One sl hted bym o t welve-.hght
chandeliers, and each of others by two six-light
chandeliers. The bar room is lighted by three
eight-light chandeliers and twelve brackets. Over
the bar thereare two very r bracket, compoed
of terminal figures supporting the lights. The
billiard saloon s lightedby eight fonur-light bronzed
chandellers. Each of the public parlors is lighted
by an elegant aix-light chandelier. The reception
all is lighted by a series of massive bronzed chan
deliers of six nburners each, and the corridors
above are lighted by chandeliers of five burne rs
each, beaetifolly diversified in style. Upon each
aide of the grand staelre~asthere Is placed a hand
some bracket of four lights each. All the way up.
from the ground floor to the sixth story elegant
chandeliers are hung in all the private psalors. On
each aide of the grand central staircase, is a sn
perb bronze candelabrum, about tdn feet high.
Each of these is surmounted by a vase, of antique
pattern, from the top of which the gas isres in
one broad unbroken flname, shedding around it a
flood of dazzling light, and suggesting the idea of
those lambent torches which burned on the mystic
altars, and, were borne in the religious prores
sious of the ancient Druids. As applied to this
hotel, the gas burner just described is entirely
rhees are the principal features in the lighting of
the house. Leaving details, we should say that the
whole number of gas burners employed in the hotel
does not amount to less than 10,000. Mesars. Corne
lius & Baker have displayed more than even their
usual well-known skill and taste in these splendid
fixtures. While we compliment them on their work,
we should commend the liberality of the Directors,
which left the whole matter to the good judgment
of the firm. Messrs. C. & B. fitted op in their line
the Fifth Avenue Hotel, New York, and did it in
the most admirable manner. But upon an luspec
tion of both, we are of the opinion that the lighting
apparatus of the Continental is not only superior to
that of the Fifth Avenue Honses but to that of any
house in the world.
We would add, continues the Bulletin, that Mr.
Allen Hill, of this city, is extensively engaged with
Cornelius & Baker in the sale of their Chandeliers,
and is prepared with a very large stock of elegant
and plain Chandeliers, Gas Fixtures, Pipe, etc., to
contraet for all work in the Gas-Fitting line at
Philadelphia prices. Mr. Hill for the last thirty
years has been engaged in manufacturing in this
city, and is thoronghly posted as to the business of
making gas fixtures and other things needed in
furnishing houses. His splendid show-rooms at
No. 167 Baronne street, are not surpassed in any
city, and would well repay a visit. His advertise
ment will be found in to-day's paper.
AMUSEMENTS LAST BVENING.
The weather lamentably thinned the attendance
on "Paunvrette" at the Varieties, and there was
many a vacant chair in the dress circle, taken for
some fair tenant who would not peril millinery in
coming to occupy it. If the skies are amiably
auspicious to-night, however, the disappointed can
experience the deferred pleasure of admiring the
scenic glories of " Panvrette," for it is announced
for repetition again, having run through the week.
The weather told on Francois Havel's benefit at
the St. Charles too, and damaged the Campbells
considerably at the Amphitheater, though their
house was good. The troupe gets up a most agree.
able entertainment, and will interest the most blast
of amusement goers, no matter how worn out his
sight-seeing capacities may be. They are great in
their line-are unsurpassed as musicians and Ethi
The event of the night, in the amusement way,
was the feat of little "Young America" in as
cending the tight rope from the stage of the St.
Charles to the gallery. He accomplished the
perilous performance successfully, and, the audi
ence becoming enthused, broke out in a monetary
eruption, and rained a hailstorm of small change
on the stage-half dollars, quarters and something
like gold flying about the young acrobat's ears as
if a sub-treasury had exploded in the neighbor.
hood. It is needless to add that these cash de
monstrations of admiration were picked up.
A MtusDER IN GREENE COUNTYV.-We learn, says
the Mobile Advertiser of Thursday, from the offi
cers of the steamer Alice Vivian that a man named
Hirschfield, proprietor of a small store at Hollow
Square, was found murdered about three-quarters
of a mile from his place, on the morning of the 9th
list. His neck was perforated with a bullet and
his skull fractured, apparently with the butt of an
axe or some other heavy instrument. When Mr.
Hirschfield was lastseen by his friends, he had $700
in his possession, and when the body was found it
was missing. This induces the belief that he was
killed for the purpose of robbery. The body was
brought to this place on the Vivian. We learn that
he has relatives here.
TOE NATIONs WTrro'r FIR.--According to
Pliny, the use of fire was for a long time unknown
to some of the ancient Egyptians, and when Exo
duo (the celebrated astronomer) showed it to them,
they were absolutely in raptures. The Persians,
Phueniclans. Greeks, and several other nations, ac
knowledged that their ancestors were once without
the use of fire, and the Chinese confess the same
of their progenitors. Pompanius, Mela, Plutarch,
and other ancient authors, speak of nations who,
at the time they wrote, knew not the se of fire, or
had but just learned it. Facts of the same kind
are also a tested by modern nations. The inhabi
trants of the Mariau islands, which were discovered
in 1551, had no idea of fire. Never was astonish
meat greater than theirs when theysaw iton the de
scent of Magellan in one of their islands. At first
they believed it was some kind of an animal that
was fixed to, and fed upon, wood. Tile inhabitants
of the Phillippine and Canary islands were former
ly ignorant. Africapresenta, eveninu our day,some
noationsin this deplorable state.
A gentlemant, on his way from Boston to Ver
moant, stopped at a tavern, where he met su in
quisitivie fellow, who said to him: " Where have
you come from, if I may be so bold?" "Not bold
at all-I came from Boston." "Where are you
going, if I may be so bold?" '"I am going to Ver
mont." "Who are you going tosee there, if I may
beso bold " "I am going to see the Widow M.'
"Are you a married man, if I may be so bold?"
"I am a widower." "Are you agoing to marry
the Widow M., if I may be so bold?" - Ahem
that's too dreadful boldl"
N.aw Boox.-Nathaniel Hawthorne's new work,
'The M;rble Fawn, or the Romanse oa Monte Beni." u lJust
bku receeved, and I. foreMte by J. e. Morgagn Co., Thome L.
white, Bloomfield, Steel A Ce. and all bookmselle In Newa Or
lanas. Copls will bs sent, post fre, to any addre in t he
tnied lStden on eer pt of price. eS eadverUaemest.
H. A. Knseroes, auctioneer, will sell this day at
12 e'.eeak, at the . Obtrbenle oel .sebalss,a e er iserabe
eetage dwlelisg ateated on Conseamc seea, between Robln
and Terep.eboDx.treets, Fln rlateit, the noext less to the
neu f Adter Glats, . pSet Foas Far fall palle.
stlat , rntla veeeeeat he esshaeaul.n.
Tan W vala bas isei4'gl smwhat, posedbly
forei5m"o"i we n T rwaws drlyiad
rainy,u one or the ai odaye we
bare hd this year. This Patslekk' Day,
the IrJh Spleties wtilll 4 i time of It I the
mad,j they tarn out is
Pass Dsranssar.--tmeflwleig is the week's
report of the New Orleans School . Medionle, on
Common seste oppodte th' Charity Hospital:
. es l ?,5.5a treassad..........
T ' ,re ~ yl ................... .: .............1996
TOsA'BAL* on Miono , NIeaer-There 'rifl* be
dancing and masquerading for all who feel like it,
on St Joseph's night. The folowin balls are to
Grand mask sad fancy dree falliatOdd Fellowi'
Hall, by the YongYeana's Benevolent AssocIation.
Grand military and dress ball of the Louiiana
Foot Rfles, at the New ,e Hose, on Bourbon!
Fancy dress and moak jai at the New Ltsaitaalp
Hall, corr of¢rebs a q r l osets;
given by .0phlfO B el o -alsl -iereth beneft of
the indigent widowe of th.hrd District,
Ladis' leap year bail at Union Hall, Fourth
Distreot; at wikiehno gnfgemlanis to be admitted
without a lady.
We have poa sl% q ae ta be present atthe
diffarenth bals;, a aodth ake pleasure in honoring
as many of the invitoe asm po.sible,
HtiEWAw Rou0535y.-A Edward Levoalt was
walking along Caroadelet stet, at about 8 o'clock
last evening, two men stepped him, and whilst one
seized him by the throat and held him, the other
searched his pockets, and took his port-monalse,
containing sobat fftes dillars. The robbers then
let him go, and traveled; the one with the money
escaped; the other was chased and caught by Mr.
Christopher Madden, foreman of LoaUsiano Hose
Company, who handed him over to the police. At
the lock-up the fellow gave his name as Wm. Mor
ris. He is a great big and very hard-looking ras
cal, over sixfeet high; and had in his pocket a
small knife with a curved blade, such as thieves
generally carry to cnt pockets with.
ScALxan To DEATn.-A little girl, child of Po
liceman Lein, about ten months old, and just be
ginning to toddle about, was scalded to death yes
terday afternoon, at the residence of its parents
out Poydras street. The mother had left a bucket
of hot water on a chair, and whilst her back was
turned the baby went up to the bucket and pulled
it over, the water drenching it and scalding it so
badly that it died in three hours. The mother
grabbed at the child as the water was spilling upon
it, and in so doing had her own arms badly scalded.
STABBIaN AriAm.--Yesterday afternoon a Ger
man named Fichtook umbrage at a boy barkeeper
in a beer-house on St. Louis treet, and cut the boy
in one of his hands withaknife. Another German,
named Lipps, seeing this, interfered, and de
manded to know of Pich why he had cut the boy.
Fich answered by plunging his knife into Lipps'
left side, inflicting a terrible gash, through which
the omentum protruded to the size of a man's fist.
Lipps was taken to.Charity Hospital, where the
wound was pronounced a very dangerous one, if
not mortal. Fich escaped over the river to Al
giers, and the police went over to search for him,
but had not found him at the latest accounts.
AT.EnP rnD tNCE-saxnBIus.-Michael Gavin was
yesterday sent to prison by Recorder Adams on
the charge of having attempted to set fire to a cot
ton bale on Robertson street, between Canal and
Customhouse, on Thursday evening, with the in
tentfon of destroying the cotton there piled and
the Wood Cotton Press beside. John Kenny, who
arrested him, swore that he caught him igniting a
match on the cotton bale.
AssaULT, wITH INTENT TO MnnDEa. - On this
charge, Jacob Dirheimer, was yesterday sent to
prison by Recorder Adams, in the Second District.
He is the Tremd Market bntcher who, as we re
ported a day or two since, dangerously wounded
George Burns at their joint residence on Johnson
street, in a fight, by striking him on the head with
an iron bar whilst he was trying to chop him with
an ax. Burns is still at Charity Hospital, and is
not yet pronounced out of danger. Officer Terrade
made the affidavit against Dirheimer.
Tom Johnson and Charles Barton, Gallatin street
loafers, were sentto prison one charge of shooting
at J. G. Hirdes, with intent to murder. Hirdes
keeps a shipping office at No.11 Hospital street.
His oath is, that as he was passing along Old Levee
street on Thursday night, he was twice shot at by
two men across the street; there being no other
men on the street at the time, and these two prov
ing to be Johnson and Burton.
CoMMrrTED FOR TRIAL.-Henry Weigand was ex
amined yesterday before Recorder Long on the
Coroner's affidavit charging him with the murder
of his wife Margaretta, by beating her with a
shoemaker's hammer, at their residence on Craps
street, several weeks since. Three witnesses were
I examined; a woman and a boy living in the same
house, who saw the accused fell his wife by a blow
in the head with the hammer, and other blows af
ter she was down; and a woman who saw the act
from a distance. It appeared that jealous was
the main incentive to the deed. The accusedwas
remanded to prison, to await his trial in the First
District Court for murder.
HoNoaBLYDlscCHAROBD.-Patrick Dore, charged
with passing at McDonnell & McGraw's restaurant
a counterfeit $50 bill on the Southern Bank, was
examined before Recorder Summers yesterday,
and honorably discharged.
Row AMONG THE WATERrs.-John Morgan yes
terday gave bail to come up at the proper time
and explain the reason of the punches and kicks
he bestowed upon Chas. Madden, at the St. Louis
IlHo.l yesterday morning. Both are waiters at the
JoKanc WITH A ..cORaDt.-Mary Swee.ey, an
old offender, was introduced to Recorder Adams
yesterday, in the Second District Recorder's Court.
Upon being sentenced to a month in the Work
house, Mary laughed in a sarcastic manner, and
said, "Can't you make it a little more than a
month?" The Recorder answered, "Certainly,
madam, you shall go for six months." She said,
still laughing contemptuously, "Can't you make it
a little more than that ." The Recorder said he
was sorry,'but six months was all the law allowed
for incarceration in the Work-house; otherwise,
he would give her just as long a term as she
wanted. Mary will probably get over her laugh
before her six months are out.
COnrITTrD FOR TarAL.-Recorder Adams (pre
siding in the Second District) yesterday sent Peter
Conway before the First District Court for carrying
concealed weapons; the weapons being a sheath
knife and a slung-shot.
Wiley Barnes, f. m. c., was sent before the same
court for an assault and battery upon Ramon Se
garra, at the corner of Bleuville and Burgundy
streets, and also for violently resisting and striking
officer Peiser, who arrested him; and in default of
bail he was remanded to prison.
Recorder Summers sent Thos. McCune before the
First District Court on two charges, to wit: steal
ing a pair of boots from M. Holtzmaker's store on
New Levee street, on Thursday, and carrying a
concealed bowie-knife. In default of bait McCune
was sent to prison.
Assaus.T, wrc.-The following parties were ar.
raigned yesterday before Recorder Summers, and
carve, booked for future examination:
Paul Blank, of St. Mary's Ktrket, charged with
pummeling John Unterelner Ina a eofee-hose on,
SBoth Market street.
Hecry Cooper, charged with drawing, # i
ent from Mr. Libeoh Bron ad Jeryade sue
arreefed bhyi dror to 4: iBed i !º'aea' t
eoos Dharactro, r Core rday e to..-the W1t
howfus entene wore by rononrdr Aden, dtby
Ino the acn( lott: .
House for ix months, for tolal g a wseh-tub wooth
35 cents from Mr. Uuodbefg. on Dryadee streQt.
Pasm Dceraerr Coosa-Juadq NssL -'hh -et
lowinig sntoncee were pronounued yesberday by
Ben Benson, for larceny, two yeasm flthe Peau.
John Raelly, Jr., for saault and battety 4aLnue,`
or one weekln the Parish Prison.
Mike Ryan, for larceny, three metheo i,. the
Ohyrles Meyers, for carrying concealed weaponis,
ve days in the Parish Prison.
A .aw trial was ordered for Frederlk D.Bobbs,
_Them o-.oianewtrlal forHenryuepgnteond
,luted of robbery, was argued and taken oader ad.
.he Grand Jury had only one presentment to'
oiler, snd that was ignoring the bill sgelnstJohn
Costello, for seult with a dangerous weapon.
> moE. CABBERsONDEbid
special to the New Oritos Creseen]
MosnLn, March 15, 1860.
Ed. Orescent-I must be brief In my aouent of
yesterday's races, which, fortunately, do not re
qoire a long description, as another ire this morn.
tug has thrown aIhir and ideas into confusion,
nd left me little time to write.
I have not been able to ascertain the probable
amount of the lees, or the eondition of the safes.
That of McDowell, Withers& Co. It exposed, and
appears unharmed by fire, though some apprehen
sion is entertained that it may have saflred from
water, as there is a law in the external easing.
By-the-bye, the vaulte of the houses burned on
Tuesday have all been found in good condition,
except one, which purported to be only burglar.
proof; having an aperture in it for some wise rea
As for the races, all but two paid forfeit in the
colt stake, which was won by Ioore's Brown Dick
colt, distanclng Colt Campbell's little Glencoe.
The latter is about the size of Little Corporal, or
smaller, while the bay is acknowledged by all to
be the largest two year old they ever saw. His
proprietor, after the race, christened him Edwin
Booth. He is well formed, but rather heavy; a
dark bay, with no marks but a white left hind fet
lock, and a faint clouded blaze on his forehead.
He is very powerful, and when four years old will
be the very devil on a heavy track.
Fanny Washington, you may be sure, took the
Battle House Plate, her colors not having suffered
an eclipse during the race. In each heat, about
the middle of the first mile, Marengo got his nose
up to her saddle skirts, but he did'nt have time to
smell of them before she shook him of. He tried
to stick to her at the beginning, but Alendorf soon
cut him out. He got back again, had diuing the
rest of the first mile made it even with the gelding.
Martha Worsham, who till then had been behind,
cutting them both out on the last quarter, and
keeping the second place to the back stretch,
where one of her stirrups broke, in consequence of
which she was distanced in the first heat. At the
quarter post Alendorfpaused Marengo first and
Martha next,and made a very good second through
the rest of the heat, coming in close to Fanny,
Marengo third, which was better luck for him than
some had anticipated a short time before.
The second heat was not ran for victory, that
being unquestionable, but for glory. The hand
some prize, which the Messrs. Doswell already
considered their own, seemed to deserve a showy
heat; and Fanny being consulted as to whether
she had any objection to showing the ladies the
best time yet made on the Magnolia track, replied,
" not the least," and proceeded to cut out a piece
of work for Alendorf and Marengo, which necessi
tated the use of whip and spur from the jump go.
After the brush which Marengo made at the favor
ite, as I have mentioned, he soon dropped behind
Alendorf, who swung into the home stretch almost
grazing the rails, and passed the stand almost up
with the mare. Marengo was not far behind, but
the space widened from that time on, and his dis.
tance was a fixed fact long before the end of the
race. It looked one time as if Fanny meant to
serve Alendorf with the same sauce; but either
she relented, or found it could not be done--for
even Revenue's boys and girls cannot do every
thing-and she pulled in on the finish, winning by
From fifteen to twenty thousand dollars accom
pany the Battle House Plate to Virginia, unless
you Orleannois can contrive to rob the Doswells
when they get over among you; I don't believe
you can get it any other way. The pools were
$10,000, instead of $7000, as I stated yesterday. I
append the sumo~fries:
Masot.I Jucsr CLee RAeOE-Spring meetling of 1860
Wedneauy, March 14.-- t'he Assoliatos Stke for two-year es
-Mile ls-eat-a entrnoce, hbalf orft-tbe An uocuun to add
usilf the reeesren--tbhe ecodhonoe to ve hisstake. Closed
with the fulotwig sntrets:
T. 1. Moore, b. e., by Brown Diek, dam bldway, by
Boo. . .......... 1 1
T. Campbell's eb. calt, by Gleoenc, dam Little tmlly, by
Wegner ................. ................. 2 d. .
V. H. Wlllamsow's . by Crown Dick, dnm by mpoort
ed Obhmroek ot rn dam of Jack Hayes.."........p. ft.
F. Ooeetc' sorrel cout, by Atlion, ot otf the dampsf Hd
Oak................ ...... pd. ft.
J. M. ,lay's b.. Fanny,,ovis,byBStar Dutis, deamn by
Roil. by imputed Trustee ........................ ft
John Camp''ellsob. colt, by Wagner, dm FanlnyK.m-" ft.
bell, by lencoe ..................................... . ft.
OaLs DAv--eeond Re-Bettie IoIUe Plalte, valued at
Ot--eatinofi o Two Mile-Seo-utd lor.e to receive entrance
mosey. tEntranc 50 poeent.
Thnras and.W. IO.Deee, , e. n. Fanneu Wav ngn,
by Rienlle,. dam Saroah Wasbteaoun, by itieose, El. 5 1t
w. DoatutrUs tJ. Isekeon) stc Alendurf. by Gee. Cittt -
am full sser'o Oleane, 4 yo .................... .. |2
T.. . Moose'sb. Marengo, by te. Sereig, daun Is
Iells by Boton. 4 y. ................. .... .. 4 dls,
Ronndtreee Brcthitt'bt. . . M.uartha lVurots,by'Ablon,
d.t l udor. 4y. o ................................. .... di.
FrRes HAss. soconD Has.
First Ml..........1:56 First Milte........ 1:46}
Hecoud Mtle........ 1 Second Mile ......U1
In St. Loom, the other day, the "local " of the
Bulletin saw a young girl standing at the corner
of an alley, engaged in eating cream candy. She
did not observe his approach, until he was nearly
apposite her, when, looking up, she burst into a
violet fit of crying. Having a "feller feeling" in
his bosom, he kindly Inquired the cause of her
grief, and was surprised to learn that her father
and mother were dead, and that she was in danger
of starving. He told the poor thing to save the
money she epent for candy and hay bread with it.
With these consoling words he left her, and on
turning to go, that sweet young flower informed
him that he could go to h-I. He told her, in a
christian spirit, that she was on the road to that
delightful climate, and left her to find some one a
little more verdant. She was not long in finding
uch a person, for there came up the street a tall
countryman, into whose witllng ear she poured
forth her sad complaint. It took, and she took a
quarter from the hand of the benevolent one. As
e left her, the young sinner stuffed her apron into
her mouth to keep down the fun.
8aoacrr or a RAT.--During a dreadful storm,
which happened on the 41th of September, 18U,.a
singular instance of a rat's saicelty oconurred In
the vicoinity of Haddington. About the time the
river Tyne was at its highit a number of people
were assembled on its margin, wutlag the huge
masses or hay swept aqng l. es i nrtm omrse.
At length, a swanhova in sight, om
times for the land, ani at Other s etl
eally along wllln i, an, s td,
a black spot tq4 tita li #?plmsag,
which the s tfwere stouiths AlWd s
alrin. t it r . table tbht 18 had been
tserving the wni toItarefge. Onr
a awayuPLI hut a iegolraise fsllow laid.
#·a~io~lpu ~ bis steI.
Ifrar e, tie PA .
"sissr r a . ..... ll.ll smm,,Le,, >e-..
A-tqazB11 eroA ,Al'ar icMye r +
DOIp 5TC LID WaEZl lL I7z Ze
o sv erain UAWe4 I&
New YI e March I.
aceording to thes Lverpoo el a - -
Asiaare as folleow:
Fair Moble... ýý.,"
JonmesaHewitt :o.relsar a saM
Cotton hed ddrgtw as d 1eeew r
eidd ng r tS- 163 ,
Ger olt Co.'s erculart
b eedclined kofi fa agcsele bolo
decline, they say, 10 In consequence o the
Increased eeimeýea of the
trade, therefore, purchase only foter
of Cotton have declined 1-16 to i. Bta
reportthe umartet dull, aol aume umtthe
Saturday, the 3d leaL ntO
The commerolal advtcesokee iiia lad ++lfao
are less favorable. .. s ,
Lord John tt T.Tb Thd bio~htfroti d thu e Min
aterial Reform Bill in the oans eiOm ,
which was attrsaeti much attention.
It extends the elective franchise to £10~~or
.ounty oci.panotes acnd £6 for borough occwpan
The ateamer mmtned,~ as n sg
between tIverpool ao Crk, was totlty weell
while on her V'o from Lverpool to Cok, alnd aI
on board, cmbe ;fty is number were drowned.
The cane of tlie'dlaster 1 notlttated.
Advices from Morocco, via Madrid, eitati.ea
battalion the Bpu.h troops had bee or
were defeated wth heavy tot.
The engagement took place near thle lfbles of
Mellia. The Spanish lose was reporte4 at M00o i
diers and fifty officers killed, besides a large num
The Spanish Government had olred terms of
pence to Morocco but the Spanslh demad are o
exhorbitantthatthey cannot be aeC.bte$.
It is oauthoritatvetly stated that the French Gov
ernment has resolved to reduce the army to 150,000
It is reported that Prince Lucoen Bonaparte now
has the best chance of being made King of
It is gain stated that the Pope threatens to erx
commnunicate King Victor Emanuel,
The English Minister st Tnrin oondemns the at
nexation-of Savoy with Francs, and is eing all l
influenee with the Sardlnian Government to, i
It is reported that the Pope has signIfied his wnal
ingness to make some concessions to the demaod
The Part Bourse cloned flat, The Three Per
Cent Rentes closed at 57fr. .0c.
JVRTHEm BY THE T IRCA IGAl.
LrarooL, Saturday evenig, Marli , (v
Galway).-Tbu aten of cqttonwoayuqsieett to
600 bailes. The market cited dull, 0'' n!;~ a
great measure to the heavyreceipt from American
ports, and the large stock on hand. The peute
tions of yesterday are generally unohan ed.
Loa-ok, Saturday evening, March g,--The finds
continue their downward tendency, a further de
cline of i being reported.
Consols for money closed at 641 to 94J.
The Liverpool breadstufi market closed quie,
and prices are generally unchanged.
The provision market closed steady at yester
CHARLs TN, S. C., March 15.-The cotton mar
ket closed quiet, but steady. The receiptp during
the past week have amounted to 9000 bales, against
900 for the corresponding period last year.
SAVANNAH, Ga., March 15.-The cotton market
generally closed steady. The receipts for the past
week are estimated at 7000 bales, againat 11,000
for the corresponding time last year.
WASHIraTON, March 16.-In the Senate toele
nothing of special interest has transpired. The
:rester part of the day was occupied inintroducing
The Senate, in executive session, rejected the
Nicaraguan treaty, the manure having failed to
obtain votes from two-thirds of the members. The
vote taken on it was as follows : thirty one ayes
againest twenty nays.
In the House of Representatives to-day the moat
part of the day was spent in disonssing the rules
of the House. The result was not satisfactory.
The House adfourned over to Monday.
In the discussion of the Nicaraguan treaty in the
Senate (executive session) yesterday, even the
most remote encouragement to anything like f11
busterism was strongly condemed by nearly all
who spoke upon the subject.
Execution of Stephens and Hazlett.
CHARLESTOWN, March 16.-All the parties con
cerned in the late Harper's Ferry conspiracy have
forfeited their lives.
Stephens and Hazlett, the two last conspirators.
were brought to the scaffold at noon to-day, and
after a short prayer delivered by the minister, they
were launched into eternity.
Everything passed offquietly.
The Pacifo EBalroad.
WAsn1nOavN, March 16.- The House Pacseif
Railroad Committee his adopted a resolution to
the effect that it is the opinion of the Commit ee
that corporations and not the Government should
construct railroads and other internal improve
meits, but that it is the duty of the Government to
aid such enterprises by liberal grants of land and
money. A majority of the Commite are indador
of a central route.
Polygamy in the Territories. .
Now YORo , March 10.-The Washington corres
pondent of a New York journal eays that ama
jority of the House favor Nelson's bill for abolish
ing polygamy in the Territories,and artxjngsevere
penalties. The bill will come up In few days.
One of the Judges of Utah had resigned, and
others are expected to do the same or be removed,
on account of their confist of opinion with the
Governor, who has turned Mormon, while all the
Judges are Gentiles.
New ampehireo Coetino.
Corhoan, March 16.-At an election held in thin
Stete for Governor and member of theo e e st d
House of Representatives, the Blaet i oppuqeap
candidate for Governor was elected by a m.ority
of 4575 votes. The RepuBllcaneshave a maJority
four in the Senate and eighty-five in the House t
Exprem * Callfornia,
Sr. Louios, March 10.-Messrs. Joneas IlOei
Co. have contracted with the Goveroment tgrupa
p.ony expres between the termii of 'the Si
They agree to make the trip through men days
The lIrat express will leave thk poInt on the 011
Dea*TjUttemr Ib >,.
B. Locus, MerohL& ,41r. . otwella Secretary
Utah Tenor, die.in this eltyssa.
Gov. e.i of llpoin, has someha reeoves
from his recent i .
Nvw Yoax, M .ar .T-ie ClTe tton oea 0 *0.
dieu te dy to t 00 bbe.S e
Sate is quoted at~ p 0 10 U 3; 0 fib, f t
closed doll. C orn sellin at 74 to 76a
bushel, te.. neg u.olagq
for 7.5 perk W1 T5 U555 m559et 0e5ll0
Porto Rico Is quoted a;144t. per it Java closed
Sat 15 per tb. New o[.tolup is "quoled at
48e. per piloe. Polar bW. s ae quoted·at
f hs tbasvbb
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the l t ill
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It ground for thie
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