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VOLUME IX. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1856. NUMBER 3.
SEA-GOING VESSELS.
TEXAS.ANI) MIXICO. -
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NEAV ORLEAN.S AND1 TEXAS U..
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Mexico, John I-l i " r.+·
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lyvc ..l~l.n ll wont be lrepaid.
Prnteridlimeand |It ntr, of Freight in pamphlet form for eir
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1800 bl., cargo of schooner Senatr , from, \Vihlluif gtln
harge sin; barel,, ullling and for sole hy
t' l2 ALFR7ED KEIi 7SE ,72 7t,
STEAMBOAT DEPARTURES.
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WHITE RIVER.
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17uight takenY·TfT~ihfiih-l i." eonri,;nýý1 to I)FUsll
TEWNEf SEE RIVER H.
Yiill pacelr uu FR! II,.\S- ;h Zllnli :t 5,i ";Llck I'. )
FOIL. E\SE SSF.E RIZ'F.R.-
Tile navel a'' nd i-llallgh itnht:tnmBI Dld115)
:+ý" vi~ri. a. bnrrl,"r IlTU.I~rowsl, maws, ,it[ leas n.~rl-, ninc tu
I~ly uu boar dr, Or ro
I.,\VIS 8SNAPI' C ',. lrt~~l!
Thu31 l- II nuai paucmy n te rae ·tlr
THE LAKE.. -
ý1_ýý FOR 1IOBILE DIREC'S', )AIILF
FIM , lII .. ýi tv 3lullilc :;......... ..n 7"n I:...... ..-lyin":I
d:",p o il" u-i:al f h" io'cnc: M.I.- I~ vllk nine·
LAKEi S·IIOILE PA.CIiET
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't'ill ln;i; l·1* lne ý .l·-ie I 1 ,17, III.1Iii li-IjllP (I(·iil
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n nei n .d ,o-rd:" '1'n 'h \ tr,;
full n. ,n ln ieul o!' .t..1'; F;,, ,".;. (1IIII 11 1\. ( .\\ 11i!
rn ,ý"- , ,: i i" 711L }: u d Fl 'll/.:F:It-:\S :,rtc.
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1 rliP t nu," all tp allP p ill.\ * " II :eel 1P Iii, 4.III, "PP
the 1: `'11 'nti~ Ir ll 4.!' iitl.; 'il1 iil 11II· Illc ýnli I"I ll4,r 'iil! of
l'irv iit u I in ilte IlUa'tit o IliP' PP I Pl \\-illl lil III Io the
n~li4 in~in: cnlti e.,
/1 F1· 11/ ICE -In li i· (/·::·II h: ea rne lir o" Ptn:.loll fecill : I
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u lllt trl-l\ P . .ae l. ;,ir p PP'P * 'plr
plan pip, rnl ii Pp pWie i itlp t:
hr I. p) II. 1iP ,pp.p i ip- il iCI (l-LI o I:i. (e) 11;: II C111i:
1{ ~ l , tl n, l.~ I f d (.i ýls of ll-r 11 ýný:, L, , [ý I rI. Il· , li 71, . rsl: i l.
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PP Pll P PP (p p 1 ] n apl t ii P pp.1 it
j slion~liý" u1 ~111 uT II,)- r nl ! it
Ppppli-pp lppPP ,ill ipt t 1 lPNP"
Pip, pppl pl c nlip-. ii u f"1_:c nn l night IP Mp Il f, I "truce
pp. ap. PPP"'.PPP ,Heil 21P l
f. Inrl i, e . ..eu t tare ith ll'Illsl~eII the 11' 7).. r u
rr~l Pcýr pp iipp ,v i .pPppppppp)iipppptp ei
Pgrlt e I.u In-_o PPPPisZi (on h 4 4)lP ri Ill u a
PP i im76gu o IPPPPPP , nnp Ii.n top el p npp;ipppp e
p,6, l1pn i Ilplppp nninPP :y p l~niP ~1i eiinu
-nh d rynitIny".i of n dllq to crnlmenl t Iieallictc th
u.4"of l) ,r Ine .Te e :;,of - o 1.. n O S :ting
tp lI" }intr .1u ~ Ph'cin to IPPMal p I(PIFt
" TIRCII .1 lION ('P (Out WIIPIi) FiIi l ppIF 1II
r1 rett 0t1? 11 1 5 ' pp LP lioP.' a (PP
the hJ') tieant farWo nmllh, fo 41 b~~it": p lp Ii hlt~
STEAMBOAT DEPARTUTRES.
FOR RED RIVER.
ltit ltoa., on l11AY. 7th'loot.. at 5 o'tlock I'. A.
NOR , tort t~~~~h to.F'%ýOi to St 1T II ot 0
Flif~FO ON,0M(U 611I TIIlAdNT)
d.looo.gto-SI.. .oot d o ,,o tootn, Stnvr. Ci lot
dinL!e Illlddg-'1L1 n Sn lnrim paPilllBnratuInmO r St. (:6RPlea,
opplcaatt omtortt,, will leave a0 bove. For freight or pnto nglt
apply oo twrud, or to
nil t. SrEIS SNOT'I' ( .37 F tottoot.
Si7orlr o ootooto St. tittoolot ooi~llot ' hllSS, tooeted to
hecr sefolmnt, unle" byI all ord,: fro~m fl., ptrhill r ."lerr.
too ooot,ottSo.
Will leaoe on F PIflDAŽ.Y,7t toot.. ot . o'eloctto . .f.
I Is PFORl JEF`FE RSON, .tIt`toAyt1).
. Rayont, (o.:atd oot.lm, ,1 A yri,.' nonnil inter.
'ha'. hul·ladiug".S·ThI I hipprio~r lighlt rlriolgt Steamer St.
Cloorloo, S. Atoto.toolo, enier, wtllooea ve ltooto. For
trrll or pa;seige, apptly too w or to
to __ 1. 55. oISITIS. So- L.evee.
Will ioooo on SATURPDSAY, 8th intt.. at 00clock P. ST.
t oDRFOR 1) IVYER-I lti(.U h7lS SeD
Iuor', malatrr, wuill Icilve rv sl~v for nllrsvsipuri, gra~nd Ecnre,
dim". ~l.m-ilr oo Ret.lo..or. For ttcighooo, ptiattlg' Apply- on
boord, orto
otO lEWIS SNAPS' (1(10., 37 Ptoot ,tret.
Thiu Kltoooll wllt too, freilott hr.0',lltot, Whtite ClitO.to..o
ott lotooteremitt, t~ltding,, gjlit prloilege of 01ttotpi,,.on R1 0t.
Jone,'. Alt', fur Jlttt, -m itwih pritiiogo of restippitg to Lonet
Sta:.
tilt letve ott D.'11tAY. Ntt, too., t 5t o'cloc' IP. Nf.
FOR SHREVEPORT, O SAND
lSltot'o,t Ottooto Stttot,' litoootto Alexanottia, an.
al t n "~'~.r o'otldt daloo loa. ..-0'l,ot too! for lt iglht
.oooooooooame P. IF. Y0tooiloooll, W0. 0'Witbootohty. toot
ter, will ltoavt aoto.e. For t'u Stlot or p.. pp y- o
- 10. D. 0011710,00 12 Newoeveeo.
J.NTloTte Ogimbtll wtill toklot toolot for Ftoot.,, Wtoito C'liff,
iadl jtotitit rlnlot nltdino t wtltto tto, privilege lo reo ohotSllt
ite it. ).do.,'. At,, w..ill-talt fret~ ,t fur o ut jotToo, with
otiottog ot otolltApto.l 00 the Tono Sthr.
Wttl ltav.e on OE0)SNF.S 1211, iot.. ot 5 ototock, P. N.
}}ý FORt GRAND ECORE, NhATlttIl.
e "ý took,, ottol At..,to,tlia. 'rho - otitot poteto
Steaer Photo, 1'oh'ter. 00aaier, tilt I1,00 0.a
oto,,. For f0,1iyht of pn00.00, O,l am on Std, or to
m511 II'l. RI· ILIU OS N , (:0, 1[1) Crnver Rtreet.
. . .. . .lrl ith Il tt ttc oO
b.FOR LAKE B1STENEAU AND
ý.bý ýPud ~i r-'he ine toatotomitg P-entgo
n ioo tooo C.H0OyP0, Ittac Writott, mt,.too will
leave nx above far r 3 linden, t)rod 13nyno; (irund ReanCndple
Alo;tttolribj, Ol;toitno'0 tood ellt intottdjot, loollotgo. Pofootgltt
or lottot0 ottotly wt hnoott. or Lot
mt 1.E 11 SNAS'I' h CO. 37 Front St.
OUACHITA RIVER.
Wll leavet 00 O1AT'P.OD.Y. Soto dtoo.. .r 5 o'cloph 1. It.
_ý T.+tt e Rcck, f'ine Illlll-. Snpillclm. I~r~env~tie,
FORL ~ B FORT lMITH, 0.0Ž 531ltiN,:
doll aII nt ale 1. Y f hl T lle 1I~rios pnr
·allper bltrr Cor.n No.2, 1, . Sl.tloho, Hohyol, tollS boo,
ot.tyooot. Ftr ftooo.tl or o'po.?arse. ootojot' boooootoor to
t; tto 0 1,. (TlS'S11, 12 New,' Lev,.
(C -Th Tot. is now reoeivlog totitltt ,t ,he foot of Cktotto.
h. x s blir.l. Slipppr td tMerchanlt, may rel on hert nollo
w~ill n"lafai perrn~iol·:ltly in thle trade o dlrmanr lhL· beion.
Will leave oft St. 'TtID-h'. k01. otoft., it O o'00t.ock 0'. Tt.
EG AROGACIIITA P.hItKhT
toolo. WnltttIo ]uh hill -Iit 1,1,oo. Chnmootot
5100ooolotio , ttolmontotootoot.CO'oout, lool, 10We afn"
REGULAn I Rni·.l ll, Jllt). OUACHnlliTA 1'ht'KPT;~;;~~
Triflil) all t " is S. e dlua I7Ildnl.-- Thl b- new Buntlr draft
a TItotlr .} ti Stac , n. tttttyre, mavtooootoill Oea00 ar
I F'or freight1 or pp rýnac apply- n I ~n, F'or '
LFIS St tooo ..ho :r trcett.
i i )oot e he o Soa,. SAT:RDooth in't., at o Scloto Po. HoS
o boo 11,0. S~ooto.,7otooto.to oi a a - o bove
for lmbaa Lndiu, Oaui:ni ' y, muutbi of liwyon lnnnloi
anr;ll Arr,.nm", >h, rfe, S. Zihinc, rl-,awat , l ZLDIIIO, CclbIII
bIaý 'in, :l~aF, iinn~i-aallllrrr anri ll istei~n~dinre landhllgs.
"or weight or patr-c, apprly totdor to
;115 7'. It. M THTr. 12 1--.~prr
REGULAR. PACKETR.
REGULZAR PACKET STE UOIER
t rS.. t lohio-0'to t tottooo Piloloor'tJ'o 10,0 kip.
,-ithse I.,mditg, 1.nk, p'rovioience. t ic., S
Noooto..oool an tll oootumoodiatlot tt ooitaoto'-Tlie'SS o o ol ottolt
- r-l l packet emal- a PtnIag. o ollo. ot.
I(l'lir 0000om00to will leote otr the nbSlo o ory TUSAEYI)hX, ot
I'n; ,;ýlali t or le e, apply An ir00 r'to or to
,a~i '1'. ft. S5l''fl it lNot LTootoo strott
J)LE : .0' RE .ID ' .111? .I),I D TAl) P AND BOX
dh,. S";or- .bm-s . r " p, Line Sitedr ep. 8s ""1, }L akes
St (.1 Pd : l7lilTIr .a on lIand. l IImi IN ISIR
ui the sh'lrtlAt TInoDc T mes~ oTf D. eLLL Ei
sj'r The plnlil r Wil:t. to lil alid iee. oi' y
DIiEEJYN [OXFECTIXO.IR. ( 1O.N'F.P. OF C(11. I
T alll| Ci+: nnjle, ., ee.,n wll, on l'le Idlh' \o NoenleTr, open
hi- ,Salon for the npllio-le o3.' otierilig a TC::o I[L to itae IO,
d1, a o, ) c" it o~of 1oe11 Troii-ly tI.lllll -
Sop.), &1tcs, ( offc, C(i0eol ae( Ic N Cram, etc.
CM" IITeen L I Till Ulithl
TLi [ [, rtl, 1LA from I otloek, A. '.[ to It O'cloek,l P \. Fie
nii, i-ii of iOiii opinr nni.y to infrorm the p:,h' : that hay
inW" I ,lln e ld ole oi .Ie Ie.[ I.chll cooks, iih will I, .ind t nil
ilniltr, ari s.Ne, 1r1l ve1igs, 1 t. o16m
Slnrcý : 6tt I cp. (*n:ltetr, n o:' 1M"ll ;I, 1i, al;mk a nhl Y n'I : nrux lrp,
:I.II ný1 I t i,. 'o; · ll'i I: .·- i'iill ; · i- 1 ` C1nn ld, .l " I·. l' ! d f.. one yt'l(I
ý:.r"I1)o I;.. ;,t", n; rll,. EI;Ia " n`.T 1,.. Dalpe:. Se p I* " L;¢ tol k til l
C AIINIS.' PATENT DIET_1LLIC ELKI_1l
1);a.sls in Crllli', ..hillie h lUrhtI Callkt't, for the Sxtcat of
ý.rrl-i ·c :irail Samp'la Riooms, No. 46 St. Charles ,treet, oppo
it," tlc S;. t'hi:u'l,,. lh,.vhl, N w I l~ltr,,. dll) tl
IIE STYLE oF OUR FIRMI IS TIllS D.Y
C1.lNEYD TO1" .. W. II;OS\VOI.rT1t , RCO.
ST_ TCN & CO.'
New O0ml$(, Jian iar:; 1, vl6.
. i1 W . BO S I TO IT I [ al - C o , , w II DI LEs .\ L E,: \n P
F':Dll,, stil ee: )l",T", lcetwen P cl'ran, aond LafiyeLitte street..
'1'w ,a ýe leu c Ilc!e tý. St. 7'Illilll :i;lt e. ICa lIoul ,, hLend
Al,. Ic. I~le ,or No. 25 l'onlte~lrtraiu IRnilroad, upper sidt
ol .itila the 1'ulember s ll 1'· n I tch, en," Orlaa, .Tanl fin
GIECICIA N PAIXTENGC.-MII S3 S. C. 'II.(LCO
i ll.\1,.- , l nowi ," ti 1 i,- [ iahst thil in this iii,. Tne altutt
\o. .i (o. i llp rtrcet. eoti eulut St. To.vph P l lMll)eL. d rtrcetn.
ag.lý" oilu l t)ilel frnIll ll ._. M1. to 3 M[.
.S.--.. W.wi iteesmons to pupil.s "It theiT
oi' Pnrl;il.ll rrl .. 'lTheir tniok lilts 1 "nratPlla rfully .eletted, Iandl
12)11ii'rirr - :Ill thu nrticlel needed fur !':i } use, or Cur mcrchants
C ) . .1 1'. N 1 SII TII P.--TII US DER.. IG ED1)
halr e ,i. Ili l~lr " el:totl ino ai t ,illptllurnhip, alnd ;her i slo yut o
ul I)UI- I 1,n·: u I.\li-:S , t(I,, lI'ml theu Pl lpnoe of n~l!Sbtt'tine
I sI)'IIU' C. SANDERS.
Of.e.-, \no. lI St. Tnni ,tn'cut.
Newv Olrlcalt, 1.1t Iklcc.:br. 1;5.'5. lSit"
114'r I IIATTERY AND CLAHRIILR
pipt"; I'nllr I''Iarifl-·, -ell Eby four feet rinnrr · curd I- feet~
I o,,lo f00- hooool oI1 it, doo o,1- \]-, two h";t;llorntor;
lit )aci.? · for nltikilib ctl liog-llc~ll ugttr per dayl), for snlle onl
libcra Ifcrllrr.
Ihuoi 0i~ ilCL·'~l III Till. T III. 1111111:S
XV. i i. M10:IICIIIII 1
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No 0011VIN 110111111 hI ITol1 N, 1.1.
Alllbiil',ll T11 p III Il collective
port UI' the Mte a nd net n: necnt f oru b~l~r~nal p......t
* 011 I.II i l., or aw111 aI11 11111,11111 1 - to Ill
A,-- o t'i it'S~r Orl':nr
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v-·e11111 A\'Il 111.S; IF II,,I I(IANI oe A1NI IIIA O n 1 the
1;i:Soas; nu ii rli::ý f'l lit lll~il ll, n d :t - " e of obt e b rll
i\ \\ .·;·` , cry he-1 -. ",Cl) _c i ll lil ., I : 1, ý. .l,::t Ili lirl,",lll
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1'1fE.C· iF:NCt~llGE UL.-7oI Ii
11 p.,pll * trei J to del iveral the nbibed, t~eltl~bnnt I ln:l o
ntcntnbný, tnliol lt m.[ u'ol''dc lr~i , p~ lilvatc InuriIW , a4., in lord
to ý prol ri -~111 per ton f 2,000 t1,.~ldr ln i i h ll
L-,ý t), J:ýr, lmi t ln gmll Yard, }':n t e d wee, between Juli a n -I
Jt. Jneph ,tec[ý, . i!I er,.iv . JI., Iino" itr clor.
fr t' 'r ",E{ 'ioi: :nvi t FAR onurCnp
~~jTPB~i PHODIUE, \1-ELI,, :;9 Nalo chl n street. ~~
JOr (ti: , .__.1,1\,1 _ _.; Y
S3ein Orleas Plaih Ofressteut.
IIVJER INTELLIGENCE.
RiErns Itirvo.-The Vickhsbrg f.ugotIthe 1st
inst. says that " the Mississippi riSier I ritmg here
(Vickhburg) very rapidly.. We undern ..ndthe pres
ent rise unes principally from the Arkansas, White,
St. Francis, Cumberland and Tennessee river. If
the Ohio anss Mississippi come out on .tepresent
rise-of which there is a fair prospect-odk 'nt Tfor
the levees."
That's just what wiajald some days since.'
out for the levees," and see that they are looke1 d after
speedily and effectually. By vigorous action'mitchi
damage asay be prevented.
I.REAKING 'P OF THE ICE AT ST. OL'oI s-tlavoc
among tse Steamboats.-The ice in the river at St.
Louis commenced movlrg on the 26th alt., in the [
afternoon, and during that night much damage was
done to the water craft in that vicinity. The papers
of the next day caie.out with very startling reports
of the extent of the loss--the reporters having, ap
parently, drawn liberally upon their imaginations. I
The follbeving,-'rom the Intetligencer of the 28th,
may be relied on as a correct statement of the cat
lamity :
There are numbers of our citizens, as'well as others
at a distance from St. Louis, who have formedserro
neons opinions in reference to the extent of the dam
age doneito the stearhboats during the late terrible
catastrophe, and in order to impart correct inform.
tion to our readers, we have made out a statement of
the facts, which may be relied upon as correct. The i
excite~ilent incident to occurrences of thle kind hav
ing passed away, we are now enabled to 'give reliable
information as to the actual losses and damages.
Sam Cloon ...................... value $15,000
(. W. Sparl.wk ................... 13,000
Submarine 'No. 4.................. 20,000
Federal Arch..:............ .. " 1,000
Bon Accord ................. .. " 2,000
Shenandoah .............'......... 1,000
Iigldand Mary.................... ' 3,00010
Fifty wood and canal boats........ 25,500
laosb.y slnking .................. $o,00oi
Loss by damage:......... ...... 20,000
Total Loss. ................... $100,000
nADLY DAIAGED.o.
New St. Paul will w reak in two in all probability.
She wis badly broken last night. Subniarine No. 8,
Alice, W'iggins' Feery, Clara, Auslralia, Bianette,
Falls ,City, Altoona, Niagara, Lamartine, Jenny
Lind.
MORn On LESt DAMAGlED.
F. X. Aubrey, N. L. lilburn, Luella, Gossamer,
Badger State, J. S. Pringle, Ben Bolt;'.P6Ji'aSlar,
Forest Rose, Paul Jones, A. B. ChanilaersC hltetsge,
Laclede, Die Vernon, Jeanie Deans, LosttiiBvllle;-'.
Baird, 5Minnesota, Westerner, A. C. Goddhi..~lTherl
may have been other boats at the landifig that were
injured, but if there were, their injries wereso slight
tlIat it was not considered sworth.speaiing ahbot. -
Inadldition to the sunken boats, we have vet to add
thle Sonora, but as she sunk up the Missouri river, we
did not icldde her in our list of disasters at the St.
Louis whel''.
InEAItN iP OFr THIi IC.EAT CICI.'.ATI.- -Great
Loss of Property.--From the Cincinnati Commercial
of the 25th we extract the following particulars of
the disartrous effects produced by the breaking of the
ice on the previous day :
The g'seat ice-brlidge across ie Ohio was desteoyed I
yesterda after fiftythree days drtioin. We regret
to a-nounce, however, that the destruction of prop
ert is immense--mach greater than was anticipated.
IDriing the twelve hoou ending at tduhk on Saturdlay,
evenitig, the river rose about five inches. All the
steamers ice-bound at the levee and in the.harbor at
the mouth of Licking river, had raised sterm, and
were in complete iOorkting order ill anticipation of the
long looked-tfor breaking up. About 11 o'clock on
Saturday-night shiries from the shrill whistles and
tolling of thle numerous boat bells gave the signal
that tihe ice was rthoving. Notwithstaudig ttle late
hour the excitement was imnnense, and in few oin
Iutes all the boats were thloroughly manned with effi
cient crews. The ice in the Ohio, opposite the levee,
moved a distance of a square or two,.when it again
gorged.
I11 wvas quiet until about 9 A. Y. yesterday. when
I the ice'in the Licking commenced mo-intn. -,gorgitg
otnle tort or fiv feet liglh at the nmourth,i bat ,tted
again about 11 o'clock, taking tile coliise of the ice
I channel cut tiv order of the "tce Comn ittee." a shoirt
time since. 'The scene was grand and terrific beyond
descriptioil. It nmovedt in huge fragments, and .lar- I
tcting towards thle fot of Main ctreet, cut down scev,
erl roats in a few niurites. The Iropcller Albertino.
principally loatded for Nashvi'le, was the first boat
solk, and is a total wreck. She was tnilt lost sum
mner, and cost $15,000 ; insured for $3,000 ; owned '
iy Capt. Aiken and others. Capt. A. also lost 150
barrelso of whiskyt.
The Salem also went down immediately, and is ia
total lo.
A couple of new boats r eloungintg to Captains David
son and litmlites, being coiri letelst beloiw the foot of
Main tircet, werce materialtv datnemd.
The Marietta packet Briige City, CaptaintDonnelly.
sunk.. The machinery will be saved. Loss $15,000.
ThIe iKentuckyv rivetr lacket Madonna, Calt. Sterw
art. Boat total boss. Portion of the iachlinery savied.
tLose 211100.
The Yorktown, Calptain Poe, bound from Nashvile
for Pittsblrg withl a c lmgo of dig iron, wheat, etc.,
s.lin nearly tilp to tile t)oiler deck. Loss on hboat
$12,1)00.
The Grapeshot, Capt. I'Bride, bound from Nash
ville for Pittsburg, was sunk by tihe Ohio ice. Sher
has 275 tonlls of frieight, consistinug of cotton, wheat,
etc. She was built last spring, at a cost of $1S,000.
Isar-ed le $153,500 in lPitsbrg. Cargo partially hl
sured.
The Flag, lpartialy loaded for St. Louis, is a toal
loss. Ow.nld by (Capt. J-A. French ancld oGalrd , Co.
Loss4 5o,000. After tilhe Flag careened, the flames
fron htier furnaces firoed tile boiler deck and l hrricane
roof. but tlrtinately the fire was immediately extin
guistred without dame agto the adjacent boats. Several '
persons were slightly injured. A portion of the F'ligs
cargo fell on the immonnse lields of ice and was sweplt Lf: I
Thre ice cut away a tortion of thle stern of the
steamer J. B. CatroMi, Capt. D. Z. Brliekell.
The upper works of the Glendale were slightly
damnaged-a few out-riggers stove iin. The Memphiscl
was slightly injured iby the sinking of the Fla,,.
The barge United States, beloiging to Captanl (leo.
IW. Ford, parted her lines outside the steamer Delta,
danaging several bonts as she rubbed in passing
down. It is a total wreck. Loss $1,200.
Thie Ilope Coal Coiantpy tow-boat Black Diamond
was badly damaged, at tile foot of Johlln str.Et, by
several coal barges being forced directly into the en
geiC roonl.
hnni -erable coal barges and flat-boats were sulnk
between M.ain and Snith streett. Out of seventeen
barges belonging to the Hlope Coal Company, only
seven were saved.
Thousands of spectators congregated on tile Ohio
and Kentucky shores, to witness the terrific move
ments of the ice. At 7 P. M., it was running below
tihe mouth of Millereek, and rubbed the steaters
Wirconsin and Forest Queen hard, but it wassurmniscd
they would bie saved. Several linesontlhe frlcmer had
parted from the heavy ltrains. All tie boats sunk at
the wharf are stern-wsltieel.ters.
Faca T'HE tito (']'iCg.--The steamship Nautilus, I
Capt. Thompong , fromn IIrazosa Santiago, 3d inst., ar
rived yesterdnay.
We have received the Brownsville Flag of the 16th
and 23d of February, from which we extract the fot
lowing paragrapls :
Capt. Char:es F. Wooster, captain of Company M,
4Lth Artillery, died at 11 20 A.M3., 1-lth Feb.'. l.3.
alter an illness of several monthbs. Ile served with
i distinction in Florida and the war with Mexico. His
remains were interred on Friday, the 15th inst.,
witlh military honors.
Ii this city, on the night of the 20th in-t., Don
Antonio Alvrers, was killed by Geo. Witie, who has
r omelll timle been acting ns City Malrhal. We un
derstand the rmatter was ilv-estieated by Justice Nel
sou, and r ilsic was discharged. It was alleged on
the part of tile accused, that hie was attemptiing to
arre-t the deceased for disturbing tlhe peace, and was
The steamer IlRanchero arrived on last Wedlnesdayv
firom up river, having on board $50,000 in sarecie, sec
en bars ofr silver, 3d; pigs of lead, 1is0 beef hride, etic.
With the exception of the fallowing, which we clip
fromn yeterday's Evening Picayune, we have nothing I
of interest firom Northern Mexico :
The Boletin Oficial, of thle 7th ult., publishes a
letter f1rom Vidaurri to President Comonfort, in which
he expresses Ili readiness to coUnlnelnce a campaign
against the partisans of absolution, who are now dis
tracting the country. He asks Comonfort to send him
$100,rt00, to enable'him to send for' thousand nen, all
citizens, who have signified their wrillingness to march
against the revolutionists. The sum mentioned is
necessary to procure trains, munitions, etc.
Tie name paper, of the 13th, is tilled with coneo
nicatitons from tihe authorities of the different townr
and villages of the frontier, complaining of the exces
ses conmmitted by numerous bands of Lipan and Ca
mauncle Indians, who luve committed numerous mnror
ders, robberies, etc., and appear to be devastating the
whole country on both sides of the lice,
Thn y-Ftrnnh e t gee n.ora Senston.
SWes .tromm,' Feb- .26i e e Mr. Hunter, froar
the Committee on Finane, Xtepolted a billlakin
approprbatigns for the payi-rgt of invalid and other
pensions of the ailed StatesO foe th ear endint
.lune .0, 18i7. and for othdrp re osedr
Mr. Mallory, from the Committee oa A'ai i
Srported a bill to authorize thcenstsotim ten
RtegtI sloops, and gave notice (eat hmohatid ask ts.
Sits conideration on Monday next.
f ,. eIll;] of Tennessee, spoke at trometgIhh ~n
the subject of Central American affaimmfnd the~n
ate then aourined.
House q eto sentatlzean-The following. gttgkt
men were an .niheed as the committee on the hill..
M, iDenver, for the construction of a railroad between
thei Atlantic and Pacific oceans : J. W. Denver, of
Cdlffornia; J. H. Woodwortti, of a llinois;G. S. Hona
eon, of Alabama; Rt. Mott, of Ohio; D..Wela, of Wo
cousin; Z. Kidrell, of Virginia. , k lr.,,eFett, of
Kentucky; A..3ItcCnrty, of New .trk ; E D-,,g ,no
of Texas; E. t. Radel, of North Carolina: -.J M.
Wood, of Maine; J. J. Lindley, of ltiirl'f:and J.
C. Kunkae, of Pentoylvania.
Tihe Speaker laid before the Honse a tessage from.
the President of the United States, encosing a corn
munication from the Secretary of War asking for an
appropriation of three millions of diblara for the
manutacture of small armn, repair of fortifications, i
and an increase of monitions of war. -
The subject of reference was discussed, but not de
t erniaed; pending which the Hoe adjourned.
Wasnmler,, Freb. 27.-She ite.-Mr. Weiler, from
the Military Committee, reported a bill for increasing
the efficiency of the army, in accordance with the
Presidens message, nsubmitted yesterday. addisin.
an appropriation of ~ak 000P000 for armaments offor- i
lifi ions oT war, etc
I discusion toojfplace on the bill. making apprao
pnratidas for fortifiations in Texas, California. and
Florida, when it was referred hae~ to the Comimitee
on Military Aflfirs, with instructions to report such
aprpriations for new irorks as they may deem ne
ressary'.
The bill fpr the payment of invalid and other pen
sions was passed. After an executive sesion, the
Senate adjonrned.
Horse of fepresentatives~-Mr. Grow, from' the
Committee on Territories, reported a hilt .tthorizing
the people of Oregon to form a Stateconi'ention.
eMr. Grow reported a bill.antling the acts of the- I
Legislative Assembly of Kansas, which require eer-'
tain oatls, including .one to nsupport the fiugitive
slave law, be taken by the publico officers in that Ter
The Hoose reiumed the disconsion of the reference
of the-messageof the -Preudent, recommending an
Sappropriation of $3t00 000 to increase the military
I ,aterrralof-the coantre. "
Lr. rQuitman said there was not, as had been as
rteeledanythla g inthe message to how thie President
contemaplated tear. '
Mr. P aulkner looked upon the ma age nas merely
ouggesting a reversal of-our Jitherto unwise policy
regarding the manufacture of snail arms at the ar
senals. " - -
:i.Mr. Hulphrey iMarshall contended that lie -was I
dastteet in regarding thrimersge as looking towards
'ar,.- -Mf ieetsarya he would riot liertato to vote sup. i
plieefor:.cidh;defencesao our ronntry may -demand,
hathlebbjected to thetiretaamtionasfr ar, as coon
in .d'Foilkiier said that -when .iei idministe tiot
de.lmieme . one war; the object wotld aI .nvodwed fear
leodp arid boldly:
-The me-aage -ss referred to the Coilimittee on il- ;
itary.\iliirs, and the Hoouse adjourned. .
SF.nr-t.r 2 5518t6.--Seiete. - S maeage was re
ceailved from the President transmittingi compliance
w nith resorltion of the aL5th instant, the conars-Ior- i
Sdence tat has taken place between tl;is Government i
and Great Britain touching thIe subjeet of the enlist
ment of soldiers within the United States by agents
or officers of thalt government.
On motion, 5,00 copies of the message were ordered
to be printed.
Mr. Weller, from tihe Conmiittee on Military AfFairs.
to rwlir-ch was referred thle bill making alppipriiation
for certain fortitieations in Florida, Texas and Cali
fiOrnia, w-ith instructions, reported, in consonance.wnith'!
th- same, a bill making appropriations for certain
new fortitiiations.
- e Mar: oason olbered a reoolotion requesting the Pres
dent to intoiat the Senate whether the English Gov
einment had made any offer to submit the Central
Aminerican question to arbitration. Agieed to.
A reieolution was submitted directing the Commit
'tee on Foreign RIelntions to contider the expediency
of sonae arct of legislation by Congress whereby our
treaty with Denmark regulating the Sound tolls may
I be etrlectually abrogated, as thIe nortice given by the
President for the termindation of said treaty was with.
Sout the authority of an act of Congress.
The Senate soon after adjournied.
State Legl.tlatre.
B.TON Porco. March 3.--Senate.--The bill from
-'the IIoue, declaring dogs, of both sexes, personal
I propertr,-Was taken up.
Mr e. rlyan said hle had not understood that dogs
were unconsidered "real estate," and if ther were
not, why then, of course, they were "personal prop
.Mr. Dueros was of opinion that, according to our
laws, dogs were not property at all. He defied any
"attorney to find a law of this State which recognizes
Sdogs as property.
M r. tIuflington suggested, as there was a difference
of opinion amonngt legal gentlemen, that the bill be
referred to the Judiiairy Committee.
Ito was passed on its first reading, and referred ac
cordingly.
Soon afterwards the Senate adjourned.
louse.-Mr. Tholnpson presented a memorial from
his constitaents ptrying that some lawn Ie hitnted itt
orlder that the Sabbathl mnay be kelpt holy. lleferred
to the Judiciary Committee.
lMr. Estlin introduced a resolution that the sum of
one thousand dollars be granted to the Battalion of
Native Americans of the city of New Orleans.
Mlr. Van Winkle, Chairman of Swamp Lands, made
a report nacomtpanied Iy a bill providing for the ap
propriation of 10,000 for payment of works already
constrlucted in Third Swamp Land District.
Mr. Brice introduced a bill to create an additional
District Court in the city of Newv Orleans; also, a bill
to, create an additional District Attorney for the city,
both of which were referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee.
tMr. Gantt presented a report from the N. 0. Acad
emy of Sciences relating to a geological survey of the
State ; j00 copies were ordered to be printed in Eng
cish, and 250 in French.
nr. Pike offered an act to abolish corporeal punish
ment in the Penitentiary, which, after some discuns
aion, was referred, on motion of Mr. Downs, tothe I
Committee on the Penitentiary. -
MIr. Walker called up a bill affixing a penalty to
any one tampering with steamboat ohands, inducing I
them to strike for higher wages and for linmerous
other ipurposes.
ti. Seimmes introduced a bill relative to the hypo
thecation of shipt, steamboats and other vessels be
longing to the port of New Orleans. It was referred
to tihe udiciary Committee.
Mr. IDultrier called up the bilt reqnilring that no
one olall have the right to lraetice the medical pro
fession, oras Apothecaty, except the graduates of the
Univcerity of Louisiana, and those wlho have a license
from a Ioard of ledical Examiners in New Orleans.
After considerable, discussion, the bill was. laid on
the table, together with half a dozen amendments,
which had, in the meantime, been tacked on.
Mr. Bleecher called up a bill in regard to Justices of
the Peace in the Patish of Orleans. Passed third
reading..
Mr. Mattlews called up a hill to amend an act in
relation to Sherilfs sales, whicll was discssed at some
length by Miessrs. attheaws,. lamilton, Ilawlins,
Beecher and Senuites, after Rwhich the IHouse ad
journed.
THE EINLTrtTrEtr QuerSTIo.-The Washington
correslpodeut of the Baltimore Sun writes, under
date of the 27th iult.:
The documents relative to the enlistment case, in
cluding Mr. Marce's dispatch of the 5th Janu', 1
which were called tior by the Senate, were to have I
been sent in to-day, but have not yet been communi
cated. These documents will show that our govern
ment has very good reason to complain of the con- I
I duet of the British government in the violation.
through its agents, of our neutrality laws, and that no
apologlc for the same has ever been tendered, and that
IMr. Marcy has never expriessed ris eatisfraetioa waith
any exptnation twhich has been hitherto made on the Ie
subject. Thea, will also show that, in the dispatch of
the 23th ult.. Mfr. Marcy demanded, as a mode of re
dress, the recall of the agents, diplomatic and conotu
tar, wlo were concerned in tihe violation of our laws.
It does not follow, however, that no other mode of
redress will bie satisfactory to this government, and I
have some reason to believe, that, before long; the
British government will make the amrende honoroable
to the United States, and thus remove that source of!
difticulty without a suspension of diplomatic inter
conrse. I hazard nothing in saying that the British I
govcrnment will not recall Mr. Cramptor, and that
this govermnent will not send him away ; and that if
MI r. Iuachanan does linot settle this matter before Mr.
iallas' arrival, it is intended that Mr. Dallas shall
do it.
Thie in.itractions of Mr. Dallas are believed to be of
tihe most pacific chracter, and well calculated to ef
fect a pacific adjustment of all matters in dispute be.
tween the two governments, unless, indeed, Lord Pra
I merto should be as obstinate and as hostile as he
has been generally believed to be in regard to Ameri
canl allhirs.
We learn, says the Natchez Courier of Tuesday,
that one of the attaches of the Crescent City Circus
killed a man near Gallatin a few days since. Most of
the company had been arrested in order to ascertain
who committed the murder.
So etoter of; Jamis Robb~
ON INTERNAL 1PROVEM NTS.
:No. I.
New Oe, toSS, Febrintar 4, 1086.
'i,, Ihi rvFeelliRevy Robert C. Wickliffe,
Governor of the o'fitrsiana t
Sie--fyr previ os letterconel the promise
to review the disastrous effects rail.oads, of
inrrenderince to the ggetions o dieney, a cati
yvitem fpr one of credit with ito ceat geneies, whichi
ha' in lictedggreat injury, not only uponaor ow inteu.
e iýt, hot on those of every'i ndrtakmg idendtie with
non-.. Qur ifactivity bos operated as a cheek on the
liaj.ioppi Central, Memphis and Charleston, ViTe.
rt and Shreveport, and Tennessee and Adtabd
oat.. If we hadg pbrospered anmd gone sheadttpi
inaitttants on the lines of those important made
wold have been stimitiated tofre.l exertionint their
betllf, whirh. wonul have greatiy accelerated and
SpromoterAr r progress. The ordi'ance for tai.
o as it et Council, was advwcated on the
grod th aproved bym the propey-holdena, i
wol beaswf.dit ; and that ite@ idaion,
hif omiateodn hsy otheorfec, wthe be hazrdoaius
50 (Suconclusion was as uawi-e as judgmen
hat ontredthe scheme of borrowig w
ten grt c vehadth money v ithoot d lender. d'
a pea snetxon a rted roases e tnelaher
e trtao rofhe coneic
ole the ft t affirts
1 ,fi e483, ,ad beor us o -..p
where; in addition amto`raraton.
Sten per cent. had been tedh tr
as atax on their real estate, oo i
of the Mobile andO ,iead, sng
Thi tax ordinanie byheima ps ed d
holders, with the tirst ,linstta tpeatponutilj m fi
- let, we had before us'eeo proepe of inaet'eior
for nearly a yrar, owing t the Cart of m ;j.
sidn., thequestion of the. toaxrw da~t ee
from domt, a not to leave it in osam degree ofn
certainty, until a judieia dehit on regarding tiaeeo
Sstittional right to taxieal estatdto uild baltreada
could he had, as it was-well .inwne it wonIidLbe ja c
Steed hy a few diocst;ented citizens. Therewa
oreason to, ve that.dh hto time any.esitation in
commenn ctave opetlions would dppointjrh
lic expetatons. It .an deemedwieand pdlitiioaot
co. allow discorage t.to ha pen whea it.wao bne
tible toavoid it~an 'an appeal to te'cdnnties antd in
iabitants on the ine of rooadta Mti sdiop was pre
smed bes cat to keep alive publ faivor and
secureconsiderable asdstane: u We hadalready been
put back so much by the canoes asigned, trnt no
plan whih promised aid was to he overlooked or
neglected. Ipropoed to Ibend d year l the interior,
in my capacity as Presient, and vasitnl'personnevey
landed proprie ur on tlfd Ine of the road hetwee
Iew Orleans sand ir.s ~ ; and by persono l e ala
nation of the policy . it nidectokiigpeek'to1en.s.t
their sympathy and .spportt'e ianfortanately anthe
he.rirng of my mision, which -comnmnced with
Sevesji'ne1 cagement, I wýr anrrested its presed;
tionby sere illneas,bru on by exsin i
ioppi, wt irbh-competled me to relicntdsh further
tper- onl attention to the aili of the Comptly, n
meats of the Company,di ing imy onneerion i
interfered to prevenemy heneoignl the efort, w.
am now more than ever cbrsydred woa harve
cI rowned with success. The dtrectoreadf4te o mpan__
Shave since engaged in variuns efforts to.thFi the
assistance and co-operation of the couniry, but the
i means employed have failed, either froni njigrected
efforts or from the indifference which phcorlttowing
to di arpointament.in the progress of the read, anthe
w rant de an int . ~erit nnderstanding of its atoir
nThe unexpectaednd favorable Srti by th.ecityrof
t o millions of ~ridars of its bonds, in Jnly, 8t2,oin
ispired onidence that our credit would he as good on.
every fresh occasion; and the directors of the Greut
No.thern.ltailroadB yielding to the current of publhi
opinion, and relying upon taxation as an efficient asi
oftcredit, entered into contacts, in cNovember, lo3s-,
for.the uilding of eighty-seven miles of the read frfi
Stheit c the State line, and'for supplying the iron
to the contractors, n time tocomplete it by the t sof
SOctober, 1853. A contract teas also entred.iantotot
finish twenty-three miles of oad betweenJacnksOn and
Canton, on or before the 1st day of Novemionm1854.
These engagements, writh the cost of depot grounds,
of erquipments, engineeritg and 'slterminrendance,
anmonnted to over two and a half millions of, dollars,
jtwo millions of which would have to be provided by
Scedit, over and above the actual receipts, which the
SCohmpany cond'then rely on as available from itsown
Sresource, inclusive of the taxinstallm nat de inMay,
153.
This was the condition of the Company when I re
sumed m official.unties in January, 1853: It was at.
oncehpparent that it would soon have enpgoementa
a pres-sing upon it, without meanes o- credit to meet
them ;nd unfortunately for my own interests and,.
tranquility of mind, I undertook to meet these defia
rieuies by targt advances muade in times of great
finahcial distrst, and not without escrifices; which
tadvances malignaoncy has made the subject of hase
hbut mrmles invective. The-triumph,orthe totalde
b feat of our internal improvement policy, was nothing
more nor less than the grand issue at stake. It has
had Its struggles since, and has them now ; and at
i thoough it -uay to-div appear inn a condition weak and
Senfeebled, it has goined fotrm and proportions that
will expand in time to gigantic dimensions. The
m chaerters and liberal aid of the State tince obtained
were then only in perspective. Would anypropesi
tion have been entertained in favor of either, if fail
aire hadoccurrcd before completinga mileof theroad?
Never was a question of such mIghty importance to
p-the weltfare of a State in such peril. Failnrdrthen
iwould have been the death-blow to public works in
ri Louiiana : and not in the day orgeneration of any
I man now living, would any comntbinationshave sprang
sup to assure public ronfidence and root out the derp
distrust that wnould have prevailed, of our capacity
J ever to undertake, or carry out saccesfofelly, anypnbl.o
r enterprise.w
As the engagements of the company wouald still
e i ed large omns, thle neststep suggested was the ap
ipoiltment of conmissioners to negotiate a mortgage
loau, but by the time preparation coiuld be made to
tilmake the trial, unusual causes suddenly appeared toi
u ! dIls-turb the money markets of Europe, which at once
1 imposeda violent check upon the operations of all
enterprises depending on the facilities of credit ; and
f since 1853 occurrences seriots and unexpected (a En
f ropean war and deficient harvests) have contrihbuted
to increase the difficulties.
a fter the return of the commissioners, whose report
was unfavorablle to tile hope of contraeting a foreign
loan, the Directors of the Great Northern and Ope
lousas Companies, in view of their wants and the as
certained insufficiency of their real estate tax bonds
[to realize money, either by sale or otherwise, mutually
agreed to petition the Legislature to pasoan act an
tlorizing commutation of the realestate tax subscrip
tion for one to be made in behalf of the city in its
corlporate capacity, payable in its bonds bearing six
per cent. interest, and having twenty years to- ran.
This measure has prov-ed advantageous, and in some
respects fulftilled the objects of its projeetors. The
taxation to paythe interest on these boads cannotbe'
regarded as very onerous to property, neither can
Stheir asue be viewed as impaireing good faith. It
brought no increase of the liabilities of property over
a w hat it had assumed in 1852, before the hnegotiation
of the.two millions ofcothsolidntedonds, It relieved
the railroad companies from a large annual payment
Sof interest on itheir iaaues of real estate tax bonds,
which were surrendered by the holders for the honda
of the city at par. It made the subshacription of the.
State available for a larger suml without which the
fiilure andprostration of both companies could not
have been averted.
But although these aids essentially contributed to
overcome the serious embarrassments that threatened
our undertakings, and enabled the Companies to re
trieve in part the prestige of early confidence, they
nwoulld have been still more beneicial but for a new
ati ndnuexpected sobeoe to build arailrond from New
I Orlcaio to iffobile, -hich wasa at that time pat for
f trd, its projectom claiming the aid of the city to its
d bIondds to tite extent of one and a hall-millions of dot.
hIbr. The acheme, unfortunately, received. the rac
tion of the City Couoncil, and by the practice of an
plaralleled frallds woas carried at the ballot-hox, en
I tailiog upon tile city a loss of credit and the loss of
at least too hllundicd thousand dollars of its bonds.
iwith the interest thereon at six per cent. for thirty
- yealo. Ceasidcemblb as this sum may appear, it is in
it I nificant io compalison with the sacrifices imposed
Saoti the Itoat Northen and the Opelouuas Companies,
Inld the forfeit It home and abroud of conlidonce ih
I atir owen discretion and foresight.
Naitgatio n between this city and tobile is unsnr
,I pased--never iilterrpted by leason, climate or low
Sis-attet--and itwilt, for alt tee to come, serve to sou
pla-Jpacteaper transpertatian than a railroad, which,
evel had it been a scheme of merit, it was uot wise
to conmmeoc cwhent we altrady had nndertaign on'
hand beyond our present means. It seems dimesto
J inreritile that a scheme shroadedin impostore, from
its concepition uintil its disatrous termination, could
Ii have fouod advocates where any intellipence preo
ae 1ciled. Much as ive tore todeplore its mischie-oes
if icts, it is to be hoped that tha lesson will prove one
of caution against the follies of ineoxterietice and thl
schemes of viaioniry projectors.
H.ivitg soglht to gtve an impartial narration of the
it past history of ovr railroad companies, with the hol
of dissillating objections which need only the asaisting
haini of truth to r.mov. titem, and of restoring in
Or . aile degree the zeal oud support which were dis
if playedin so conspiuous o maimer in the outseotof
oar undertaking, I will devote my aest letter to the
h * plan of further aid and tiohitauc to prosecute them
~n, or. €Fitbl, ll,,,.,r. Jl.=.s ROBBf.
TIE CHOLERA AT ST. JonaS, PORTO RtCO.-By a
i letter dated January 26th, 1856, from a Correspondent
residing at St. Johns, Porto Rico, we learn that the
cholera contimnes to i.ead in that island; that ithas
appeared ia several villages between St. Johns ano
SArecibo, over which it ocemed to have passed; ant
that it has extended to IIatillo, a village west of
Arreibo. The official returns, oas pnblished by the
government at the date above mentioned, exhibited a
total of 13,423 casesaund 5.578 deaths, of which 1,4350
r i case and 397 deaths occurred in the city of St. Johns.
IlHowever, thre ia said to be an abatement in the
af m.tisancv of the disease, aud it is hoped that the
n i usua health will be established in a few days.
SWaohinvgton Union.

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