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she City of Carrollton, and o she
PARIS .OF JEFFERSON.
Every WedS and Saturday,
an the Cltyof Carrollton,Parish of Jefferson, La.,
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,CITY OF CARtROLLTON:
iATUBRDAY, AUGUT~T 4, 18O0.
1 For suits of delinquent Tax Payers in this
aity, see 4th page.
S See first page of this day's paper for im
')ortant city and parish ordinances, recently adop
'The members of Carrollton Fire Co. No. 1
wl bear i mind that the regular monthly meet
Ing of the Company takes place this evening, at
their Hall on Dublin street, at half-past 7 o'clock.
Prompt attendance Is particularly desired.
gy Star Hook and Ladder Ciompany No. One,
in compliance with tlhir established rule will hold
a monthly meeting this evening, at the usual hour,
at their Trnck Hlouse, on Madison street, between
Burtho andti Second streets. A full attendance of
the members is expected.
LV A large meeting of the Bell and Everet
admirers was hell la the city of New Orleans on
Wednosday evening last. The gathering was
-quite respectable, and varlonuly estimated as to
numbers, at from 2,500 to 7,(X)000 persons.
Justice Kcamper's Court.
The case of LAURIENCE GODSTiIN, charged with
stabbing with intent to commit murder, by Henry
Neoghnabler, came up for examinnatin yesterday.
After the hearing of testimony, the Judge commit
ted the accused to appear before the District
Frank Devinlo was examilnedtl o1n Wednesdttllay
last, on a charge, madl by MIr. Ittlejohn ; pending
the decilon of the Justice, another charge was
prefered agaiust him, upon which he was plnced
under bond of $500 for a hearing on tlhe 15th in
POLITICAL I'rT EIM.
A11fssachusetts 1'oliliis.--A dislptteh
from l3oston, the 26ith, says:
Tho D)emocratic State (Cenltra Corn
mittco at VWorccester, yesterday(l , voted
lo call a State (Coventioiin ait Sprigi ell,
on the Gth of Selitemlbetr. A rei-o,lt ioln
endorsing IBri-ckinridi e and I,nno wits
defeated by a ti,, vote.
Pennsyltania I',,litis.--A dislpati(ch
from Hlarrisburg, Plenmsvylvania t, ,of the
Tho l)ouglanS itt Convention meetts
this evetning. A gir'ult crnowild of politiI
cians arte here, vwhloste otiniots are di
vided about the liliic v of inttit::ttitg
straight with D)ouglats electors. antI tlso
as to the 1,olicy of tlie Sitte Ot'lt
Ac w.' York (ity ',litie,..--.\ desptt'lh
from New Y ,irk. lthe 2;th1. s:aysv:
The Blc-rckillrihlie Imai1 IL:aie gete.lttl
oonniiittoe of this c-itv otrgl.anii;~l I slli
,- Soith in the c hair. l':E,.rv w.d,l ill
tho.eity was ftlly repro tid. I'ri
mary levcitions were ortheret to choose
dlh'letats t, , the i lrcl iinrid.,l-1 . SIt:ti
Con+vention, ailrau,ldy onlll t,, as:.,shle
at Syracuse, on thet 7th of Au.i i -ut. A
'tro l both 11,:/lnt anud TI n11t1v Iluall,,,r
'frotm ,to other | rf'a"it tion that +tn
`jtiins Stephetn .1. lI),',uhts.
I nt,,n E l, , t ,ral Tick, ! "o l , ,Y c 1./ ,"..;,//:
The New Yoriik Exlpc.-s, ocf the 2 ;tith,
tile Tretton (N'tw ,Jerms,,y) Union
-Convention appointeid a h1ell imld l'vereItt
;lec, aral ticket, tand at St:aie Extecu tiivec
Co-raittee of twent i- -five was tlltoiilt
ed, to imake it a , ,t ont electoral tic-ket.
tarttl the primicilh, of the New York
Ltica Colnuittee, Ilnd to till nalv va
cantioi which may occur lv re-igti:t
tioni or othirvwise. In the ('ontvention.
every- coulnty was rIlepresinteld, sut,
the euthusittSin to sert-ve 1I tland I.Everett
wits very greact." 'Iherwas inuttife.t n
fair mixtlure of" ,rntotricean blod .,t
with the coolettr ourroet of the sob:,,r
second thoe-ia of *'old.ýentleten.' We
unldertauit t lt ronfereuces will be hiadi.
and a Unicir eledtoral ticket formed. A
united opposition 1vould dtfeat the
Republican -party in New Jersey by
from five to ten thousand votes. The
Breckinridge men seem to desire this,
and the friends of Mr. Douglas may
have to choose between the success of
a Lincoln electoral ticket and a ticket
partly of their own faith and for the
man of their own choice.
A regular Douglas ticket has already
Reports from various quarters of the
State, says the N. O. Picayune of the
2d inst., show a favorable fall of rain.
The Southern Tidies, of the 29th ult.,
A slight rain fell at this place onithe
morning of the 16ith. It will do but
From the Lafourcho Union, of the
28th ult., we learn that a soaking rain
has fallen. The Union remarks:
Enough has fallen to do something
towards refyrshing the atmo(sphere, and
imparting a new impetus to the cane
crop, whose emerald green shows it to
l)e thriving finely. The corn in this
pari-hi, as well as in adjoining parishes,
has suffered much from the drouth, and
will he light.
In the upper portion of the parish a
severe hail storm occurred the 27th ult.,
doing some damage to the crops.
The Morehouse Advocate, of the 21st
On last Tuesday we had an abund
ance of rain. WVe learn from a well
authenticated source that the crops suf
fered secerely on the Gum Ridge, from
hail and wind. We hear of nothing of
the falling of hail in other portions of
the parish, and it is the opinion that
the storm was confined to the GumI
The crops on the Bayou Bartholomew
and on the uplands were greatly beno
fitted by the rain, and buoyant hopes
are now entertained that there will be
a bountiful yield of both cotton and
The Independent has the following,
on the same subject:
A sober sort of a drizzle set in yes
terday morning, and before the day
=closed, our town and vicinity received
a'pretty good dampening. This rain,
if general through the parish, will prove
of incalculable benefit.
The Minden Advertiser, of the sane
date-the 21st ult., speaks as follows:
Since our last we. bt ,,hada refresh-
ing rains whic, o.o the atmos
phere greatly I e rosi how
ever to gave col' o, I e; e rft
are replanting with the oT.,
making fodder. Y •r
Coums de SoleiL..1'rom the Gazette
and Sentinel of last week, we learn,
that while attending a, funeral,~Father
Fallot of thie OhIolfi .hur~h, had an
attack of coup de dolear ie wilt pro
Flirc.-A saw umilr diiMr nde?'s'
plantation, in the parish.of Te:teb%'e,
was destroyed by fire on the 25thiilt.'
A St. Mariy Cotton Stalk.-We crf.
the fo llowing fromn the P'laniters' Banner,
of the 2 alh lt.:
We(-aw yesterdlily a cotton stalk from
ith lnit(tiion of MArs. Brown, in this
parith, that ci'ntaited two limlred anud
sevtni v-five bolls, many of thetl open
ed ! lhat's hald to beat.
Narn ('i/nc'-'lhe s:alnme paper lehas the
followinr notice of fi:ie siugar cape ;
()ur ieighbor Wilkerson, muan ger of
the (',rolina l'lantation,sent tus ye-ttrrday
a l(pecilllell of the ,il.ar cane grolwing onl
his plantation. ( ne of the canes was
niearlyv six feet high , on wihich there were
tenI well mnatullir red joints: At this timiie
ot the yeatr these caiines are rsoilathiii.r
oxtr: ir siz'. W\e h:ve not seen their
( ifi, .-o early, siince thie great seasoni of
,3ik i , ippi I Ztel m.
I ' The Vilc sburg WVhiz, ol Tuesdiy
mliiirilihg last, Itr ll shes !!te following
itelnl3 : i
I ), ath o" 1[, . D,,,,iib n.iD- 1
t.'aih of hhiI. .)id\ii (t ali >ilne of the
itoit lit, lie di ! ait his ilatiit lfl ol Sl l
Itay l st. I"S !
ii:t. of C' i iycttoi rec! veiy it tl i s pI I t.i ' i.
n wlt \l , lirou t1i -t ghit i w h t te a
j'rno' i Stiindiiy. It \\'ii fr ,i tIe, pllal
attoti <f WV. I). (Ga , nicllr iaiartia.
Y" tytO rvtr.
wV;1S Iiiitdi OLi lulitda', night, lI a timiber
of the io itSs to IlintL jji the W irn ii
clol ulttV jail, It etlCt th'i lcate. Theyl
cut throligh the. r'of. an: I vere (letecttd
iin the ilt of ii thibuii 4ng.
i" \Ve learn that A. C. K~ rt, has
bc'n appoLnted mai agent on the herw
Ri ,,ad, ,icO ,M it-rlr
Ft , li'y Aw ,/Oitttl .ePFronr ot14
.x 'alang~ . we larmn that lt" helena.
Ark., mid nighborhood, uiiihers of
eatl o have been seizetl with s. lit
diseah unknown tothat Inalite-. which
is proving very fatal. It may be that
the terrible cattle disease which was..
sweeping over the New England and
other States visited this portion of the
The Little Rock Gazette of the 28th
says the river opposite that place is now
measured by inches - being sixteen
indies on the bars between that place
and Pine Bluff, and twenty-two inches
below that place.
Slight rains have fallen since our last,
but not enough to benefit the or
There is a complaint ofinj
crops from almhnost all qua
The Fort Smith Her
Reports from the cou
be of a most discouragin
The corn crop is said to b
entire failure. The earth
parched up, and all veget.
The slight rain we had'
of tihe week was not su
but little if any good. K.
From the Ielena Shiel&'of
last we extract the following:
VWe continueo to receive
favorable accounts of the
crops-of both corn and cotton
region of country-we might
both sides of the river-fot o" or
honma, Tunica and Bolivar
county neighbors claim to have
crops in the Mississippi valley.
An idea of the extraordinary ab
dance and promise of the corn crop'
this county may he form 'd wheun
state that some old and nearly worn
up-land fields, that have not produceda
fair crop in the last ten or twelve years,
will this season yield from 30 tq 40
bushels per acre.
Another Murder by egroes.-Threeo
negro fellows, two of them the property
of Clayton Rodgers, the other belong
infg to ia sister living in Tennessee, were
yesterday morning lodged in the coun
ty jail, upon a charge of murder-they
having, on Thursday night last, upon
the plantation of James Iodgers, Esq.,
in the \Walnut llend, in this county,
murdered the overseer, Joseph Powers,
by strangulation.--They went to the
ro,m1 wh\ere Powers was asleep, about
11 o'clock, and with a .strap of coarse
Lowell cloth strangled him to death.
We understand that they have confess
ed the crime.
The Occoqunn Dixturbannce%.
''IIE AFFAIR EN! )EI WIVIT'I1OI(' BIlOOD
Our readers qrc already acquainted
with the feeling caused by the erection
of- t pole by the BIlack Republicans at
Oclquan, Va., and the determination
ofle citizeoa to cut it down. The be
ginning a e 1 img of the whole affair
-which t kxraph at first represented
as atrfu 4inl w," '!--is thus stated in
the" loxan rin Gazette of the 28th :
A person named L.'O. Athey came to
Washiugton, and telegraphed to-,iov,
Let - follows;
*.itizen3of Occoquan, are
hrea ith Invwasion by ma armed
gmo Wree hrndred men from a dis
tant mpart of the county, on Friday
nexit, at twelve o'clock ir., and call
iupon you for pirotection in this emer
egenev; otherwise wershall have to de
WV. C. A'rwvY, .~ ellhalf of citizensi.
To which the (G ernor r iponded
instanter, as follows :
Orders will be i.ssqudgnce to.egn.
Auitl)n for the prot . of y<lg cit
izeus. a LETCHIIa,
''lhe Governor hchor ngly sent or
deirs to (I enº.lLtllln who directed
C((ol. Ir;awner ter hold trop of horse
in readiuness io give sta protection as
'VVhilst in I\\.-llinnlº'?ni,Athey m:ade
eti,h , ft f itlhish "ftO. vP f liri,-8rmis
(,1f tllilrlf'i d tlii e', 'arith itfmiitan ioni
thmreflr. iwiclih wer' tfr:be sremt it,
)tne(oqonu on ITuisdilnvu night. 1,1-v by wa
g,,. "T di.,tt,.h t'olit 96b\ Ii,.ce,®t,
,)v e,, ilhw' , d the land tnlnl t of"
this lhan. At'inaietini at Oce'luanm,
slI L , tl t the. lih -lhonhl lie thcfeti ded
to th deat f, tillt:.->tht aI ilbulit: nlln i
Ih,rt", i1, ii :reet t ;o)r, of tlh lie
'I ns t l
S1,,- .--t' hi th11 1 nil t ,of" lh lil.l v .
.rnl ( ,f ti u iitt, t hi f th,. r.i,,,nt1 l at
l ,i l '' . i l * r:I i I . bltl, , -hl,,, ,, t , .
'a r ti e nt xt d t at. tI o i Ii, .llitli-.h
Ai%, l,,c. 1- thi, atth .l, i.t thr , l" .i¢
irt. I'trhey s o.i lyvi woghadby a
1,how fremil n ii f ri. lT. l' i '' e, i i',
it,\ , r, a t,,,,lu t, n i att nTon xminv
e( n ar,- t he h o b,' ,t, , a t ti tir miild n
Th/ "7" ,f 1, .-- n the m rn, i -
: rt' 1 : t~l tin l ,il'a:th nI- w,i- ithl .
p,h,. Fhl re flhwing by i cotm
a hollow square around the pole, facing
Whilst this cbmpag_ was surround
ing the pole Mr. Joseph T. Janney ad
vanced to the Captain of the troop of
horse and claimed protection for his
property, upon which the pole stood.
At the wird of command, James W.
Jackson, of Fairfax, a stalwart yeoman,
sprang forward and gave the first blow;
others followed, "redioubling stroke on
stroke." During this time there was
no interruption, save the Republicans
o era who stood at corners near
o "ld cry out, "ain't your axe dull?
having a good time, &c."
w utes, however, there was a
from under," and the
e ground and shivered.
výi ve thtee cheers,
in Aiqdi Ham.
Th e it
the m elt the f
They ho t to suc
ceedat'le and ew
pl, that B d notf
have ocolerCj, sl a
ists appbar fa ro
phets. Th Yre, we der
standing tl of those li
ticians, are ag nt'fuion. In n -
vlnia and New York, they ha ig
nntlv repllled every idea of a taint
ing alliance with traitors and seceders.
In their eyes a deserter froni the ranks
in time of war is worse than au opert
enemy-lhe stands even beneath the
latter, and all that he can .-eppe i
either to be court-nartialled alido fa
or to be pardoned after lavingwiyel'
proofs of sincerely repenting the rren
est of all crimes-to forsake his friend
in time of need.
'The IBreckiridge men in New Jersy
have sadly disappointed our wire-pull
ers. It was expcc.ted, and even posi
tively asserted, that they at least would
bei successful in forming a fusion ticket.
Well, they have fused wit the other
parties, but none has so low descended
ias to return the compliment: lnd fuse
with them. Their ticket is oiiesed
of two Breckinridge men, two Douglas
nmenand three:3ell men. The Dduglas
men have helyl thleir.Convention without
taking.the least notice of.the Jareckin
ridgi ticket. t* they roatve not even
adopAid the tqo DouglutsiB.tn that
tiekat. Tha Bell mern.in is true,
placed- the .tlr~e Americgusi on their
tickle, at th.ey. have omittedl.to 'do the
saRme vith 'the two ' iackinridgec men.
Thus, whi.oltubi "true " cm ationals fused
with evorybodd,, nobody felt icelined to
haoe any-thing to doA ith them. They
wor' tr~ated as "D'nites."' ioli mnc
tanlgere! ougL'ht to be their motto in
seribrd upou tlhAir staihurds. Here in
tValshinton the mi'enkinridge aen
curse and stwar ijiost lustily at thoi ill
suecches of tbh'.JersCyomnen. t''ly witgve
tlhieim aill ki ndts of mits, aid ,p ely
dedre thl t they lhve act'dli like f;,ls
who kidw notlhe in ig a,:t jiticnl mat
:eksint 1The- Beo nut ire aub atruet
the l]ass t'f that Slate, as about tlhe,
terrIT,le amt dish.s.tmhals etitect it uest
saom eall- sC, that the ireckinridge
la art.; in thi N dorth is a humbrrllui, and
tl,:at lthivi lrAw tlwir vt es away if they
vte, fir the Sutier s' ticket. I herd,
*.mlc eo~qu. h'1iadiig d' tniui Na
tl,,an uimri- .~iih'l. lechelare thj.t i
thli atir a ial vc -rythin.- was lost, 'mnd.
vshint n the N,1e'i." m
c~u.e Nt --. tar mi st l I ntuilr a tthi
Sred otf them I ii nitiinr. Thy givi
' ly .adjl in-ted. o .f; . Im' ,i . i ,m , , thenly
h uile repr. .t" ,t,, a.- n nt ;-. ll
I rr t i por ri'-,d thl him -imwss. and
i'e ,'ullt, hi ui'iin . The Hhliue prlin
ti'he will uii 1, i-udilv ,xecuteii; .(55"
' -p. . if Ii, ( ,,I,, r,'.p rt w'ill hu im~ -
mule as tii the risilt. tlh r' is ra ., n t,>
bh-i a',o -lit-t the .i, nt ,iliiiasi mlIi' ,
come to the conclusion that Paraguay
is not responsible for indemnity to the
United States or the Paraguay Naviga
tion Company, which cl imed damages
to the extent of nearby 0T,0OO,000, ex
clusive of the alleged idion-of grants
of import and very.-vxulat ptivileges.
The Coast Survey' dayeq and the
Smithsonian institute are inv4igating
the subject of tornadoes, stimulated by
those of recent occurrence in the West,
An efficient oflicor connected with the
Coast Survey has been detailed to visit
the scenes of their effects, for the pro
curing of such data as to geography.
etc., as will aid the scientific exami
The officers of the United States
Agricultural Society are industriously
employed in sending to all parts of the
Union the premium lists and circulars
of the great National Exhibition which
is to be held at Cincinnati in September.
It is expected that the Cincinnati Fair
will eclipse any yet in this country.
The emium list amounts to $30,000,
a large share, in sums of $500,
$200 and $100, is offered for
Vold Diggings.-From the
f Journal we gather the following
of the gold diggings at
- n. Provincial Secretary, ~e
d by Professor How of Wind
visited the gold diggings at
gier, for the purpose of making an
vestigation on the spot. In his report
to the Lieutenant Governor he says:
We spent half a day at the mines,
and in that time had ample opportu
nities to ascertain their real character.
Though gold in small quantities has
been found there, and though a few
grains were discovcred in the quartz,
wa.-led out of the soil in our presence,
yet the quantities are so infinitesimal,
and so difficult t,, obtain that, as at
present advised, l'rofessor How and
myself have no niesitaticon in reporting
to your excellency, that, for all prac
tical purposes, the Tangier diggings
are utterly valueles::: and unless cor
rect infornmatio"' is speedily circulated,
will be a delusion and a snare to tho
industry of the coutry.
We could not discover among the
hundred men that we found at the
mines, some of whom had been there a
week, as much gold as would make a
sovereign. Another hundred ln(n arriv
ed before we left, and we met sixty
gpiF g in as we came out.' I would not,
fi'ro.n thh best information I can obtain,
gir a doubloon for the whole results
'of'tc:eir joint labors. Richer strata may
be 'liscovered at greater depths, and
Fold-bharing quartz in ledges or veins,
any yet be found in soene other parts
opf the country; but neither from the
geol(,gical aspects of what we saw, or
fiom the results of the operations yet
conducted, would we advise any indus
trious man to abandon any other em
ploylnent to seek for the lowest rate of
wages in the wilderness of Tangier.
The Public Printing .Iob.-Tho
house of lepresentatives, at the last
session, elected Thomas II. Ford prin
ter. - It was 7a political job, arranged
for the benefit of a clique of party cor
morants. Ford was no printer, and
does not own a type. 'Thlie election was
effected by anl agreement to devide the
spoils. Ford was to have a per centage
of the profits-twenty per cent. we be
lieve-for his share ; and the remainder
was to be distributed in various propor
tions, alnonlg the designated Ibeltficia
ri's. But there is a terrilble quarrel
among the spoils-men. Ford ha.. sold
lout. or assigned ; one of the other
partie has lasued for his share ; and two
otha rs have 1got out injunctions against
the uulhappy Ford, whie is said, in the
paler,, to be suffering under a "''terrible
,ii., ase." The Cincinnati Commercial
hiilt' that the most terrible disease
which inflicts biim is the violence of the
of hiis asoiuiaties for a division ,of the
T1e (7,//,ol,,hd(,. i)rild /)[.--The
C(,,lllllljl s ((a;l.) Times . ays th,. Ch;atta
h,,wt e it i ri.1 i 1,, t il depth and
width of an ordinary clek .
Is , f t r 1i1p s lit h 'Vt' ecairl re cl there
i' llthinm iut 1 riie hol18,1, 1f It ,42ks,
Is4ltn ' o1" 14 'ich havti l 1rb v alt tbll
visibl. | ,o-, in he, lint rly- i" the
14l't'4Iot ,"4'1en4ratiII'. Th,1 1llodyI, of
t b l 'nhl,. Il orrliC n , l iai usuai:lly play
.ii sui'i 1 r1 (ui44 l tie aI ,1' l'ldelr a|,iilo , tli,
!part (It 4l4ir t1 Lllifil river, is lhii had;
ni11 tli; enld i- t its wild liilsiL' 10
loner lulls us 11 reptI t, it li.httl all.
lI is w-,ll wo th a visit ti, 1eho0ld th'
44141,,'rfuhll ch 11' that haIs c ito. ivr4
ttsi s irit of ,tlr riv e'es l'It 111S in g la
litt tit h I tl-t) . Onl so ,is,,sed ti
w 'l: atltig the ed ,f ti e river folr
r( minds t 1- ljl1'1 ot n r t ,'tit' ima t ilth
o', WIh d.i'k ,iduthls rotats ~,f th4 gretati
Opr/lmil s tI ( ilrva Is .-Tplus.e '1'hic of
lIayiu htliae hands now at work with
in a'bolut a mile ansl a halftof this place,
o01 t Ith1 plnt1atil4 of Col. Crtighton,
thr,,,vin1. up 4n1 il 1n wns1 l vee on thie
421,t st111 ,f thn enV1r1illion1 bavou.
TIhi Ilvee ""11111 tlrown 11p amndl CmiiI
'14t4, , I,, '1 sihl,'s ,f t1114 lwhivoli, will
42 141,,,1it ... tf a mile in length an-d
Iventy-tw, I,,t iu h11 ight, with a baN*
,4i ,44lt,,Ul inOtV foot.