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THE NEW ORLEANS CRESVENT
VOLUME XVI[I. THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1869. -
ITHE OESIOINT'S DISPATOHES.
?ROCEEDINGB OF CONGRESS.
TIlE TI XAS ( ATTLE DISEAbE
Wisconsin, Nevada and West Vir
Colfax's Valedictory and Successor.
PAYMENT OF LOUISIANA CONTEUTANTS.
President Johnson Issues an Address to
E is Countrymen.
ELE\TN MILLIONS DECREASE OF TIHE
3 he Cabinet Nominations to go the
GEN. BECKIINRDOE-.NUMEROUa PARDONS.
President Invited to LI nchburg.
PABSAGE OF THE MILITIA BILL AND THE
DISTRICT " WHITE" BILL.
Few Ycrkers Complete the Furchase of
Grant's House for Sherman.
WoNA -' .T-'' March ! --r n -T`, `-si6 tAp
piropriri'd $I°, (M) for the inv.eh..a'ion of the
I" x, r it r- unease.
'1.e ai t nt t to ride the repea.l of l:e t:nure-of
ofi e b ll thoirh as an an.endment tJ the appjro
jii!a t n li'! faierd ?! to ?r
N-evl he. ratflerd the I th arImervient.
Il, ti: - i' x,,x delivereld ho valed,',ory. Pome
ri y, , f Nr P , irk, was elected epe',ker for the
b aanrie , t he erasion.
'Il-n flt.'ln i. now conei,-iring te;o report of
cor nlit're on arcontn.
piea e i~'Meed a t it'l for the re!ief 'f the Wash
irgtn ii h tiLki r IW.W. ('rcoran. with an amend
oit',t liuill n g I ni to take the iron-c ad oath.
] ,te ir lI i.- rei: L ' .
t A-I I'., oiN, Mrtrch : I :enin . '5 , . -The
cortnritI e Oin f rein tellatirOn repr-re I in favor
of U(t.r-oti or ecrt e in the i-,tl ttn ieriitg e ,p;i thy
to Ite p, t of o ipa'tt. and directing the pre-i ie t
to recour ri e i4 ohi v hen in bie opini sit a repnhli
can'i %f 1 : 1 0;t is asiurJ.
'ILe ri, iire voted d:,wn tiin' aion olu t to t'ie
artmiy a; pro! ri"ttn hil, ' 1'i ,la- ,u'tnl-etts in
teisct on 'vances fr l1.3 war of 1-12. B-II
p er rt.- a. it g i(t to the it ,ure fir ,:o :urreta.' .
1.,, - - After the valed ctr,ry an i ]lat story of
the i ';; ing au! itr :urag pjeakere, the printing
of trt Ir. lll'iitv' n n< wAS oridred, Wieln the cmr
rittlee ort ,* 'into htied a c ftlit with the H| use
o tt r tIe ,. I.Clrt t f tLe I. U ianst C titeetlnta.
l.e t ' ii i . 1ti- "n ait i'u' ii o vI i to rii a i0 - ld Lie
¥reo .rt :' 'Ir.witg lthl fi" ,I and t .aVo'nw t er
r $ 1 it ., in w a. ta ibtld bi y a i 4 " ij ,i "y.
A l l pp llt l hila;Ins were e t- I. fred t.i re: '3s.
I'.li loln- e s are in st-.i , n to ni1, ani ;!!
prt bahly ri-laini in oeslo:i until no0 -I :ri rr .v.
MIr. ,t .1tt n . n iLtl'h a t\wo- ll"u i h ire-i tio
tle I et, ip: of the 'r, ited -tatee ii d Lorms- of te
coursve as. presiderit. He invokes tlhit r)in ;ira-
tion of t11 peot-le in bt half of fill luccessor.
Mtr. Jolnirlrn ia)s he wl-!rd have a,-!e I ri'l -h
i-rte lit rit pil,'tarlly ithad hie i timvn tt I t)
operate witih pirtia wio ltesirel to ,nrry oni tI"
goveierniet.t al terie of the (',n ieti' i,- . fI! d'ec
nut regret lan. o(If 1.1 illoii'-.li t 1i.( Iti vii w
the ripta it it tof Ingr(l llt a i the Ilm.ta of th
('ont i' un n.
'1,e de i tf- tri n ent i r0 a decreat, of ni rtly
t!ev n nt; i.ii. fln in t ,reoti 1r y etr:y i I,"
L ' , 0 : current-} 1 t ,ar!y fl , I ' N) . t
Iruti t' rai ti *le nnt itions wlhl go to thoI
b rtrite nii i:ii ay ,it tlilon.
(i;'n. Fr kitiridgr pai' t tIrulli ti' nort -v.ri I
Ihe ttr" ii ry eta p] l - i t k Ik-ave of (' i1..ot'
Sl.i cti-r wdi -f vicitfre c-nt .!!"uI t -iprc-ilentta
Loid a 1., - ,r acvl'- t, .- : I
The pi vi,d ut i.c,.,ld aB lti noum'. -i of pardotn
Ir, err.! r, veine re i -' y - , '
A It r t : . d i v t. - ,y , , ' . , , - chhli r ,
ltid, i ti I h c I Ii it a t :i , :v a pr ,
petattd to the preosti-nt. 1,i i' op- p d that ni-t
La\it g di t-rt ihed oti !, .'e h.i. ,v ri, oir
time tol Iheavi g he coiu.d t.ot a..,oter deafteli),
butt we II' i a ew ilai e.
Funnetr i lletras :r t Le wor I 'wi " fro:.: th
dintriit I::ttii arid , olh pt ,- lithe 0a'- ,'.
TI e an.,h I. bill pa-e, d 1 t i ,K t, t.' Il has g a .
act entile -I an act italik r. ,.iriprit a for i th
ilupl rln l tii it r m y f-,r tOi neir lti'ig JJ:,
l .1 ,- ald i r n ,rii- pa r i , . apt:tre 1 ire 1
i2, " 8i- - l, ' s t i-e i: jit ' &rmi g <r
hi"ii i - tid:- riIifLe h i . is it ;r ,t
HA:<a 1 iiC rhi it rau, U. ald .tO na a 5a
Let i y i, t| , l , ,
, vi rii ti't rofl oi '' L - tre at. , for Feb
rt-n . f rteen av d a ha -l :. housi : ,,lo vo.et
1: . Li .l g hidins a:a 1 . -"i-i, i• and a h3 f
Het \ rTinrTtT-' a ire has rat i1 thn 1 a,
xi , l h r I
A.li t lira triif h se ,l- 1, - . T..i IS iortof Nov -.
ld rk, t la.:td ev e ni r to reo, :p . y ant r a t
:ded , r t.r..ita ! . a,:.1 t. . r:, a i'e:|
c'le k thr e -rtnie t- f I, Lu, ya tfor th i
i tI.-,t: r' t n t: - i r itr
In I i-rait n lt t I' i" Ti il ti I, | ti h t w tnt
It a un- f iu', lL b i i y i ' ii , Ci s g w i ia h -
ra n~g la nllm y a > r i ' ' i i o rt i u .0 ki u a e i e
S ll di , I d C- -y" .1, -l I ' i.
It be a (a' tir rollot i "t gr. . t n, i"i' r
1 ti ring to it h ru , t exl'. - e r " ll.i ,at fl
I tl. lld.sn oipterol t. i a'r, I y T'Ii I
t0 -r I c -i .iti a al C-ce 'i'y , rly, i a le w o - i, I
t ,a'da ', d r f w[ i . Oe ti i .vre a v t ,aa-y r
I b.i),e t,,,:o e.p st,) ethree .Lvr=. ];.h. :
Nu ier , i it.ru'v fA r o riy yhtit ve heedl
Tad.- 3, t i- .i 1 i - n 'L 'tr u p i'. l , '" on II .
-: r - hu a r i ct i t.I - & net - l terf e t 1 r
ri-l t u i liiil, C i ' i: in.
i. f.rl tbo ba ,nner o ,,r <. ;itry, t t, s l cri 3
-etn it -n ir, itaeable Ie -,, rs, "t "I t' ni.t
et ub.a :s< L . weI, on nL h es suar s .
blat Ii *ldlti' p, ne:ars' willa e e r d
on :. h ng .t n .,.nferen r , y:t ,a.
Fracc L lra.mdetr, L.c i·m and :in : ,c.al,"
'i]t'he arubrete onevol thear-Other o lfd g- oa
Thes tat, Manch r ,t-A report ri circuh-ting
has been arreited Oa the charge of d.- yalty.
i The ]i, report- the trohpsvii timus near
la' Va- e d- ('hi a <Try g- tbo l A - 'ut- r | r.
'I nary relng of Culans a Coo eiapno del r
it ((,iw attateld in th Wesatere a peat
he Boado river, aed pet far.from ti lportant
tw oa Nuoevs Tellpap4 The giresgl p! Ushe
i seurgents not a'ted. A hody of itoophMsgeme
from Gnanabaco to quell thi s outbreak.
Anuoesr ruing is reptortd at " i.a small'
own ly.ag on tborailtroed beitwieg itase sad
2licqgpa, and neea the fiat nznmed place.
Gea. Preslla's feroe are hard a wlrk barricad
re gad fortifyljl Santo Espirito,, hioh wvold
indkate 'heir inability to assrape atlive operatioes
agalc.t the lesergents.
i, etlige.nce from. Santiago de Cabs etates that
a eteanmer arrived with a wumber of coolies on
hgcad, but the negroee would not allow them to
The Prensa says Capt. Gen. Dloe has ordered
ore lindred and gllry of teenrolled volunteers to
aeke the prisoners captured to their destmation in
epein by the Cadiia taqaer.
Erectho of a large barrack in this city for use
of the volenteers, is contemplated.
It Is probable that the brig Gen. D. Lincoln will
be permitted to Clear. For somo4ays the author
lait have xelused her clearances
Death of VTceouat Gough-George oft las
-er Protesta-Arrest of Cariles Leaders Ia
BERLIN, March 3.-Ex King George of Hanover
has published a protest awainst the conldscation of
his private property by Prussia.
MAtcIDo. March 3.-deven Carlists leaders were
arrested in Atragon and a quantity of arms and
l.,- r os,. March 3.-V.scunnt Gonugh is dead at
the age ct nearly ninety.
VicrserrBo, March 3.-Passed up: Era No. 9
at ,lant night. Down: Indiana at 9 this A. x.;
G;roesbeck at I P. x. liver statiooary. Tie Ag
ees Book at Warrenton at daylight this morning.
lUvat and cargo a total loses.
LOUIShVILLE, March 3.--River faling, seven feet
via inches of water in the canal.
bS. .ct is, March 3.--River still declining.
~'EtiHis. March 3.-1Lt.,:a:ng and cool. RIver
!ailing elo ly. Arris ed: Minneola. Iepartel :
i'auu e Ca'srroll, for it. Louis; Dexter and S:radcr,
for L, :cvrillle : hale, with bl bales of cotton, for
O'ir cinnati : J. J. Alert, for Cairo; MoUle Able and
.o LL K I., ur, Neo (trlea,.
('Airc March 3.- l'aese: op Thomson Deno,
I \Fea, Altnfl aLd Vrg!n:a. Down: Fory.h.
I ,e rc er f(.1 14 inche . ,t!uing and snowing all
d y. Tie B emarck leaves !a the mornlag:
FROM THE PASlES.
"I.rTnIwFsT Pasq, !March 3.-Noon.--arorme
cr :'i 1. H i.d son:lh and light. Arrived :
Itoi-m-tenn i ('linton, l;eoue:t, frot (;,alve-ton, to
'. A. W itney A Co.. ai. lustm. Farwell, lrmi
(n;aveston, to C. A. W\nitney & Co. No depar
or i-TC T PA,, ltareh 3-6 P. M.-larometer
3' !1). Wid - ou h and trch. Arrivr d : Stea-.
i:;, Mte-ouri. lPalmr. from New Yo-k, to Harris
I d, il -: : :i try, C1 .i:.r. from t.ive'rpAl
cl'h ealt lt oirer: bak G;. S. H irriP. Wood;ury,
'nim lt.'anl:t with a igaro I haI:.uiax '. Ag.r: ba k
'!i i a'r, :Il , frmu Ha- n w i:h::Rl to (dceit
ciiv Ice ( mipany. briied : hee.;nshlp Str. Wiry
n st p \N: 'e. (ti te h..r. itna l-hip Patlhecia.
I'--A L'Ot T: March 3-1 r. M.-W'in I
W. aud a ti : tod tie. -a:ied: Hark Adat.r
'tr, br:g Ai:ct-:.e at:d '-t' r:'hiip DcSoto.
.1': ton!l, March 3.-the case of Maj. Earl,on
iste (,i' o-p, was continued until to-noro r.
: ig ite trpitl this Literanto the greatest excitc
.:,' rigted in the court r. inl.
I, c'oui's. the claimi cgent, bep bee- released.
:i ;.N. N. J , M trh I --lhe bill aboline-n
-::t does on canals fa-I rn'lroade psesing
L.r..:, t.,: e a has I a-s td the Legislature.
I';. INATi ?.arch 3.--.Fam'ly flonrr f 7':,.
!, rh Ih dt 's El, ;.ed. h ht h;- , . . '
lclk r,ee I ti . l I'' n ' hi , i.dcrc li ., ie0a:
, Ades 17 ., I lear sides 'II ., I rd l . H'I~ a
, v, It Marc'h 3 '`les 1l ti''s. lobacco
t , i y tc flA'- 2 CO. lard 't 'I . tct )i
1, dlets i ,., clear rib rides 17tI ., c air Idela
i c , k -1, ,,.lrr. ., ! r ,- :.;lie. Fl ocr
. Corn 0;. ', ". Ote 02'' ',c It . Whi'ky
r,:, r,,o Marh oi.- olr $.' C2t. Wheat
a1 r l ('n , Ilat l ,v 1 'til0.
I e 1 -4 1 <1. P': i, w -oS 9i. P' rk 91f .
;,1 "i . l.'ulkiLoult, 5 i2 '. lisin ,l iet and
I cl ih n ie 'd.
I 1,,. March 3-1Nan.--B nt:
" : ., M arth :'- r,- , . , '!
I.cc t 100L. MsrIl :--N-,n.-('.cttn Iirm".
M i iini upiards 11 l : ni l c, r Or leana 1 ..
-ec. 0 ,i llt-h , Glcecii!ci, i,^' tne-'1.
I r r : , March 3 .\f h rnoou.-Cotton nAt
l ,,!l..Mrar h 1.- ; r* al'. I t s (TItT .7.
! :, rMart - !v qi C-'tCnl q'et
- e ',-, CW " nclosed e.l.t
"'9c ra. b t oi
Iv 4, 1,- :,, : e.: nr , 11 " ,, .
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S" ', I"- , i r - r.'P n a, r P .y
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r . y 7.l . l
a If tGr .] cl3ed wesk at 1lt'. Soke weaker
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: clear rtb sis I
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T 'e ,re Ianks ,f ti'e Cu.s,:''r cre tea-.
1t. I' I. I, I zo ,ntr r q . f, c the following very
n-n .cau:in ..... c usfage,..... "J.<.1 a
t u' . I , si. Bi, I ' . , . iir . Boys- ii i. i
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Ic ' 2 Ii ., I i il c c-ll i, i
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401 52 t)ci I u IL
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......... . .. ... 5k :
ANTICIPATED ROW IN THE LEGISLA
TURE LAST NIGHT.
GA.J TZEINC OF POLICEMEN.
About 9 o'clock lat night a tremendous rap
ping of olubs by the policemen disturbed the usual
quietude of Camp street. Sallying forth to die.
eover the cause of the alarm, thb reporter found
the policemen hurrying towards the legislative
halls. Repairing thither the alarm was found to
have grown out of a very causeless fear thatthere
might be some disturbance in the Senate, as an
unnaually stormy session was In progresa. The
reporter uIngered till near midnight, when every.
thing baving become quiet be left, sadly musing
upon the condition of affairs that renders the
preeence of the police necessary to preserve
order and peace in the Senate of Louisiana. It is
but just to state that the general opinion is that
the delegate from Bourbon was the sole cause of
Tira LOCAL of the CRaECENT is grateful to Lonis
iana Hose Company for their k ne ;nv.tstion to be
prb sent at their social reunion whih is to take
'a' e at half-past three P. M. to-day. Ye local
shall be there.
IN TnE CaEr of Tim Hasy, charged with the
nmuider of Mr. Sinnott, proprietor of a coffee.
bease on St. Charles street, some weeks ago-a
'u;l account of whose trial has been published in the
CE) sctn.r-the jury rendered a verdict yesterday
of guilty, without capital punishment. Hays his
been remanded for sentence and the jury have al:
signed a recommendation for mercy. The case
wl lrcbably be appealed to the Bopreme Court.
Ian TMnrPaATrua yesterday, as shown by the
Srmcmeter at C. Duhamel's, lil Canal street,
late;y corner Bienville and Chartres streets, was
ae toilows: At 6 a. M. CO degrecas; 12 x. i; 3
P.M. 06; P. M. C(.
Po \i:t ci S,lnot; Drirtc'Tons.-This toard met
last evening, Mr. Mount in the chair and a 'lorum
The reading of the minutes of the last meeting
wbre read to a certain point, when, on motion, the
balance was dispensed with.
l ie resianatitin of Mr. (oldthwaite as a mem
ber of the hoard wse read, and on motion the re
sint'i tn was acCep ed.
Jrl ( ts -The ummnittre on terchers, Mr. Rod
ct;,i chOijm n, rep.orted as follows:
Leave of absence until the 1st of April was
granted (withcut pa^) to Miis L. E. Lawrenco, of
tie Girod S'reet Scool.
A ver r.cy eaicti g in the itienville Street
t, oult. tie name of Mrs. E. J Hnberwald has
ie.n Pireser'cd to this committee, to which ap
ouritrerlt the undersigred object for reasons.
( n ccer ptt of repeated absence without just
(as'e. )aor comimittee recommend that the po+i
ion of NMs. (). t aeen, ra, third aesistant in the
CIae.bertne Street hcbhoeol, be delared vsasnt.
-Iru'd th:rl vacancy be made, Your committee
ol'Iose Ihe app*'ntient of Mils K,uo, for the two
et reasons asigned in the case of Mrs. Huber
On erccent cf repeated tardiness, your coin
i 'tere Iave f,,cund it ons-.sary to notify every
richer ltat Etve drys' tardiness in a month wi;l
te cane fer in ta:t ,li-ni-"sal, for which they ask
te ap'prove! cf t:is board.
(r it, itcn tle retport was received.
Mr. ( rer:sn eubhmitted a mi.tlity report. It was
rn, v>d r ft t ecrldri that the uicor!ty report be
rIceived. Ad p'td.
Y r IN K(r4 rirvetd for th:e aolption of the tn.
jt r ty re prt ard cit' d for ti.e eas and nyc.
-ropted--12 yeas, 3 nays.
itr. (ronan a-ked that his report be spread on
n, irnitee. (;ranted.
Mr. Legan, cLairman .f the tinance committee,
Sr ct s of ffli:es and teachers........ $21. 41. 0
rs'ar.ta of po:tr:e-res ........... .. 1,4!2 (t,
It nti ................................. 2,6-;? 1
i urr iture ............................ 3a.t 3
. iv,, t s ....... ... ........... ..... 1.; 75
l'rrt'rg and adverising ............ .. .. 1 t 7
ttti. Lery .............. ............ 1t
Ta' ...........................52", ho
e Ft-g'c for ,ies .. ... 1- 00 ,
IL;s :ays nil the dac.s of the board up to
report was tn rn' ion receive.].
.. c, nan;::ee (: library repor:ted as f.ltows:
.: .. IL ilouth I FItlruary the circutatiun has
l,i n 1:: volumes. Tuo receipts for the same
r . .ve 1 n I, ant, witi tLe calh on hJit,
:1 tt to i 14t.
he r, rt war rn rr -.ton reeecd.
' ie eupelittendent's report was real and re
I-. (':~rin, ;n c ier to icrry out the s uoges
oht, s in tLe saterre,,o.,ie t',. ren ,rt, o!ecred a
re: o :':n i d nrl for ,t a 0,ti n
Mtr. Mt( n'och rivred that it be rf rre I to the
,'- irtin c tou thLe F:ret Diatrk t, as it encroached
'r 'roron -tatoe that the enject had n.t!:Lg
to do with the trat'cr.
i he restlu!on was !a; on the t-. ie.
M1r. irM('t' 'it .-n -n moved that it he r f(rred
, ;le a 'iit I)s 'lii: 'i:egstl n, but was no; sec.
Mr. Cretan ofi-red a rr. ,"'i)n in re:at' n to
r:air, ruldl aret ,foro t:,,forced in the srh ,t a.
Itrl, red to crnultI'e on rulles and regilation-i.
ittr. tr : .!-r,, a :0-o u i n t) rent celtia
I1t:ii.;.s cn lItyocu Load ,for school lurp ee..
Ir. loF'srs ciTfered a rrsuli-n abo'ishingo cor
t t.1 r it-it.ment in the pul'lie s oa,: .
Inr Zoheldre r otie:ted, stating that i'l th Fhourth
S,: ago. LiCe 1it, y n, it'"
, "e I r wiYh t-ey were punished, ad theiir
trts Fan t onod it. He was ewere that whiu
S• w teacheb r apperred in 'he sc':oi- I arti 'ar y
.*, they were ept to ac: Imprt eliy if no
rt-trt'.. d by feilr cr purishment.
Mr. -rn bois was iu favor of the rel liticn.
' v rg t-at one of cur eminient law;-e-a was
bt, -,lt b'lore ,b: ctri-nmul Court fr pan _!r i:g a
: -' .i el.e wasa terclher.
le re'olution wos fina'ly laid on the t ine, the
y en In nngys teing 1i to 5.
e c "t r ep.t.,t.t '.t, the et'" io 'S-o . :*
"+n a t ! n tt e fi:t c Im e on th13 ", r, ,rte ;: t')
( :lr. tion the 1 ar2 adj~or-e!.
A ~~.as nancid Irwa;, !:Evans was dist ,vre! by
I / b: tidon Tole-day nicti-, at a e a It-,
",i- ralely strutikig to ease him.t!f fr! in
tI oi: g in the (;'ivsZ CJana, t.ar I]+ C n.i rlt
,t-ct croPsin.g, By ILe ct.rp'ral's aoi~ttance the
- xt.i.:cd Iran e-a ascJtd fronm .,i procari-
:.:tl c.ent at.d t.ikern t, the rneSlnct-lt Irs..
.rkr, n C'nIaic'o sliert, ehser. , a't r cite ltd
t, urier cf l,ra.iu. ,.. Ju.ltson satrct-.
Tt iRe ,Ast NoArtit of pai.: irnterest, Test r
ic y, i tuf e thie i-ec,:1. Ti r , , , :r'.r , E't- -ti
-. 'h Itltriect 'onrml, cr betire C.r er Av.s , uf
th:e Sec-rd and Third Itiotricts.
Ft. I: rvct.A, t:e excel:cnt .eputy cor.ner
et al l the looal f t:. Cuc;: c:.r, a d.y cr t ,o
o.,, t.e tkin of ah .ge tc;':; cat, which he bh.t
Seie miles bLe!ow tl. city. Tiili erce snl ta.
i routs animal niu·t Las,- altoo, duting life, two
.,rt L;gh, and its ir-oth cas IlJy fmur feet, fro n
p t up. It seemtd t ,tv Leun ia 1t.s aere ani
o 'ow Ih, or in rh.oat i.n of is age, fur -:r
la es are wturn aJd :3a ctits are tluted. Tihe
,c.: iin:rLds to st..0:te uhic a:u p:eserve it as
St11Ly Luf 1:- krL.i and dor:ng as a huntanmian.
At-,r I.r "-"r' 12 - o'clc k Widnisday an
s'tetrn-lt was imade by unk~nown thteta t> bnr
oT-tltusie enter il e hruse or Mr. A. II. Prlliti. rn
--;tuade strcet, n:ear tr;e3r. They were l.r .1
ol, n by Mr. Phitip an I pursid by ot.ir ii. F'.
Heretou, but all en- ceeded in escapiJg.
A.. T t:1 0' LtooK Wcdncs:ay a pa'r of
hobies attached to a carriage belonging t.i Dr.
Eio it, ran away I:ear the Treme Market, thrw
r:i Mr. Carney, ar.d a lady rlding with him out.
i. t-:m,.;a ran at a farious pace toward t. + rest
of tI.e city, and inalty wert int. tl.e .os. rnue
canal. hey were taken out by tie owner. No
occe yhs rtioutsly hurt.
Mr. Jos. gTne.Ar, while in the Napoleonr Ii i-ae,
rnyal street,lost a raluable diamond pie. There
w us qlzie a crowd in the place as th-- t:e,. ard
several disorderly characters, b-it Mr. H. dots n ,t
ki-ow whe!lther the jewel trupped out of is sh rt
bosom. or was taken oat by a this..
': estc:ritip ec tr,,ttwet.ll Cap Vs . - '
'act eatning fr New Ycrk, vi a ltrl i.-. r. a 1:,1
i: ,'o trt r 9 <l t'r r: ctr:-sC*nte.,
I HE FOURTH OF MbARCI.
THE FIIR=IWS PARADE TO DAY.
Notes of Preplratlom..a4IgttIushed
Yesterday was a busy day among those hbun
dreds of men who constitute the Fire Department
of New Orlears, and among dose thessn s of
fair ones, big sad little, who wei watehlg with
an eager ihteret for the cooulg of this, the
thirty-second annlversary of the organisation.
Visits to all of the engine or truck housee by ourns
rep rter disolosed at every one of them an ae.
tivity, a busy preparation is the wa of barnish
ing, polishing and decorating, much as gave prom.
tee of a brilliant display to day. If the weather
be fair, and at the latest hour of writing this
seems prbatble, there may be antlcipated a pa.
reant such as New Orleans even among those
n any brilliant ones of past years has not wit
nersed the equal of.
Twenty-four companies will be in line, headed
by the honored president of the Firemen's Chari
table Association, I. N. Marks, Esq., who, to.day
appears for the fifteenth time at the head of our
fre department. The list of marshals and aids,
aLd the line of march will be found published in
full in another column. Among our visitors who
will participate are T. B. Lyons, chief of the Mo
bile fire department, F. J. Barnard, president of
the firemen's assoelation in that city, and Messrs.
Flacagan, Coppersmith and Merryman, delegates.
Messrs. Maguire and Cunningham of the Mobile
iibune and Mr. Blrent of the Regie'er also so.
corrpany the party, while by this morning's boat
F eapec'ed a delegation from the council of our
Fie'er city. The Dramatic Base Ball Club of
Mobile have also arrived to play a mateh game at
the Delachalse grounds, to-morrow, with the Lone
S:ar, our crack club.
From Houston, Texts, we have two delega'os
fr.m IIoustoun Hlok and Ladder Co. No. 1, Capt.
J use Wagner and Mr. Ju!es Albert, both of whom
n . Lfcrm will appear in line.
Numerous courtesies have been extended the
si.iters. The Drama'ics have bren invi:ed to at
tend the balls to be given this evenlni by Volun
teer and Columbia fire companies, wh.le M1-nagers
P, lie, bidwell and Floyd hive extended to the
:it. :,n n's guests the hospitaiities of their theaters.
.l1 kinds of festivities will be in progress. In the
no;-rning we mn:.y lack for any number of banner
end wreath presentations; later will c me the pa
:e. Lt itself; then at its concluioun, the numerous
litt:e festive gatherings in the engine houses, or
n otther chosen spots, and to wind up in the even
L.. ws I1.-.11i, parties anti draiaatiz entertain
:te.ts apprupziate to the o:casion. If these do
!:;t c-ombitbe to make the day a memor:ab'e one,
tt in we stall be wouderfu!!l displpoiute]. It is
c~n cely to be hoped that ia rhe immense throngs
to gatLtr on the streets, upon the balconies and
n the a iridows, n, accident or untoward event of
.any kind may occur. Should an alarm for fire be
esiot. dd durii g the progreos of the procession,
: ;;L e will be at once det.iled by the chief en
itur. -who, " we learn, has directed the steamers
, turn out lupl led w:tL a nuC: iency of h se adl
Artivale at the Priaelral Hetels.
,-i n F BuI:s, Moaile; Ei ons ,ters, MJb.:e
M W.a.d , . M l\ , dr.
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L at -c an(y, 3 P-ow, 1 nEd w fc, L i-s;
t.l. 1ttroC$ R tiryce.
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tl s I m;th, , rfe lnd c:''i J rDuer s nd faLr.y,
S ,rnn itb La: .' lWnenJt, s l.e:d y
A r - .' , . il H Sranine. Moblle;
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Sy..,- , i i.d w , N,._ r.r U P'... '.e w.n
r', ar.s,, ," iara, Miss.
fT. JAMLES OTEL.
IP ,en I , M - C,,:Ter ct:;
I1 l+ H Hi lot , L. J H1 Bel, ArtS,
SI. di .r r . , 1t-r e; Mr o E l yde Lu-;''i-:
, " A.lh, -t I."- N eli sllisto , C'ld;. ;
r 1 i' -t - Jt evan Lore CoIt
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3re-er, T V, J W kei,i,tley, Lou-'.::e.
FIT. ChltGn E r HOTEL.
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S. ' :*, to N V. Wr ,IW . iren. i"e
A i Ar-, ( aer - I ,; .1 V uE hlyde, Mob)le;
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'. the r , r .1 i re. n r e t a f, d.
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t.. i eadm i d. hr.tr ng. BagrrapfLa.ro
LOIsnA NA ITE MI.
.'r` , lsa abn3e cold sra, a r; n m-io eorry
; .=~l ccr~htd7 ne u mfrtnbti and his
, r idn the frai tres. loI wnh, formed lest
rI 'if ift is a s cold lr.oporliouitev in the
, -. i0 rr Cr wl h e i,/'i b, or a fea days
.: :lu w i w+ai++ l~w wPtcr.--['alon P.uge AvTO
. abnr'Vo ' sale ef real edtate was not largtly
o t ,- el, S-he of the wouid be p:lcLa,,ersi havlqr
:- -e ' ,!e tin- e plante of stp. S:xo y lits
-. -', -eer Limt of st fino priers, the bldding
h, - 'i aend gin:ted. 1 ho lrici raned fro n
(., I I, r h, t labout one mile from tbe river to
i-, : e.r Ion: oen Maine stest. n the sme neigh
r, -:..d, t , 75, whb'h .-ra I!,e 'lraLc paid for a
E ,R ;l.,r I on Lnfayi te street. NearI tT Poni.
o. tiry .uts tr,e,=t tri:m S330 to $:0). This is
+, i. r 0c't nnoer Rof cty lots sold oa ;one salet.
,-r i- :~ir c3:s totr mouy yearri.--[Iia1.
i c a, l oti, aelus damagd than wacs at first
, i o s .t r to~r- hT ectas of th c rire crop
r ne y f rntu . pl'la-ting :h icho ld hi bave
i - I vcr o L month is progrre ,, slowlyowing
, ;Le cobitlugiedo talus. itb- l,ina pouio crop
,a piolnobly fail, or be largely aemiirtihed. The
i. .o i-.np that moot cf the &eod wilt rot.
i !:chsebe, Ftb. 27.
Pe-aRarPTOIv ('I.EliuiO Or'r SAI F. OF STOo.' Or
lLo-.t os AccoUNTs or ReOVAL.--Every day at 11
cicck, until iaturday, eth inst. ioclunive, r t his
present auction roims, corner .t. Charles and
PerTidiO streets, Chs. T. Nash seals t he entire con
trts, f urnit.re. pianors and sundries, in hs auction
recms. on account of removal and relinquishIng
'he jobbing in door furniture butiness. Parties
!,insvi gocde on sale or storage are hereby noti
K:.d urless immedisie ir, trnctions are received,
J' wy I be-ll L ,) tto ]eI - ii--,Ia l Li ,er. F- r full
c+oat. : r:od l3 i s;,e--la! carl i:: aucti-z C I
Wufin1.nA, Wtart , 189.
The senate was b'1iM to order" t 11 A. 1.'
Leat. GOo. Dese peelding.
A quorum war not obtained until 11:30 A. K.
Prayer by the B., Mr. BIarb.
Mr. Lewe moved that the rtles be wapeaied.t4
stpemtd ntiMr. Bacn, tnhose nest lJi ppn*
toeted blr. Grey. Adopted.
Mr. Wieox presented a memorial fa the
mayor Mea COmmes Coacil it Bayou Sas. Lies
RIPORTS OF STANDNDiO OMXITYW.
Interasl improvemena-Favosab y tehe bi
for the improvement of the navibson of Loggy
Bayou. Lake Biatenean id Doroheata Bayou.
from Bed Blver to Morrll's Point, se Dorehesa'
By Mr. CampbeL--Aathesluitg the gaveror
andaieptensat governor to contract for the pub
liabg of the debates of the House and Senate,
Mr.y moved that the resolution be rejected.
hbe joint resoludlan to provide a commiam ien to
frame a system of nmance came up.
IvTRODrcGTIO oF BILLS.
By Mr. Bay-To relieve tax payerafrom paying
costs, lnterests and charges upon the parish. maSui
cipal and city taxes for the years 1861, 1861, 186
and 1864. Passed.
Mr. Campbell introduced a bill entitled an act to
appoint a State registrar. Lies over.
By Mr. Campbell-Authorizing the governor
and lieutenant governor to contract for the print
ieg cf the debates in the two houses. Rejected
on motion of Mr. Ray.
By Mr. Campbell-Relative to the auditor of
By Mr. O'Hara-To reinstate ugen MVanarths.
fifth jusoice of the peace for the parishof Orleans,
The joint resolution "to provide a commission
to frame a system of inance," passed to its second
Mr. Ray offered the following resolution:
1;esno'ed, That the names of senators be called
In alphabetical order, and that each senator should
have the right to call up, one by one, five bills or
joint resolutions from the calendar, to be disposed
of according to ,te rules.
Mr. Lynch offered three resolutions for the re
!!feof certain persons as witnesses in contested
election cases. Laid over.
Mr. Braughn iutroduced a joint resolution rela.
tive to city railroads and francLises granted by
tie city of New Orleans to city railroad compa
By Mr. Pincbback-InItructing the committee
on finance to report to the Senate the bill making
city money receivable for all licenses and taxes.
Mr. O'Hara offered a resolutli n for the relief of
Mr. Regan.contestant. lies over.
bMr. O'kara cfftred a resolu'ion for the relief of
Dr. Shoemaker, contestant. Adopted.
REPORTS LYING OVER.
The report of the judiciary com:nittee for the
pur tiNe of oLe hundred volumes of the statutes
was read. lies over.
Mr. W\ilcox called up the report of the c-m nit
'ee on contrnaent expenses in the case of Sam
hla vs. Campbell. L:es over.
Report from the committee on claims. Lies
leport of St. Vincent'sI ume. Lies over.
ORDER OF THE DAY.
The order of the day was suspended to take up
tLe resolution offered by Mr. Ray, that the names
of the enat res be called in alphabetical order
and tl.at tach senetor be allowed to ca up ire
Lie:. RIeloutin adop:ed.
After considerable discussion as to the meaning
of ite resolution, Mr. Anderson'a name was caled.
lic chose for the fist a bi:l grautig State wig to
the l;,ouf and Crocodile Navigation Company.
Senator Todd in the cba:r.
TLe ecold bill as authorizing the Sltate of
Lceiiara to EcLbcribe for 10,, shares of the Mis
-i-eippi Val!ey Navigation Company. Pa'sed to
a third reading.
Mr. Anderson called up as the third bill an act
to incorporate the Louisiana Joint Stock Bank c;
New oileans. Rules not su-pended to act
The fourth vw m to reorganize the Bureau of In-.
T'he filth was for the relief of B. L. Lynch.
Serator LyntiIln the chair.
Mr. Artoo'nea name was the next called. He
, ho'e fhr the first bill an act to organize a uni
I, rutd miiitia and provide for toe payment
1Le till causd a lengthy discuseian aH nuc!
fEtiL.-terirg. Pending consiieratihn th Sctrate
cdjt urled until 7 o'c ck this evening.
t he Senate was called to order at 7 P. r., Lient.
Gc v. Dunn presiditg.
Foun:teen scnate:s presen'.
ILe sergeant at urins was sent alter absent
A quorum having bean obtained, the untoeaLed
b uerhs was taken up.
An act to organize a uniformed militia and pro
vide for the payment thereof.
Alter filituo terig for nearly two Loure and
adopting an amendmeut oltred by Mr. Campbell,
to prv.de for tle l a, meut of the mihti,, Mr
I .rl.tikian oflred as a compromise the following
Lueidn.eut : "That n.thing in this act Sbl1 be so
nr-titutFd as to perriit the governor to arun and
uni'orm the militia unless f:r the purpose of slp.
1 rerr g open rebellion or armed resistarnce to the
The bill tLcen pasesd w:th the above amendment
Mr. Antoine ca 'ed up the bill to amend and re
enact an act en'itled to estab'esh a Met'ropolitan
,itc Lns rit at d to provide for the government
'Le rteof, at proved Sept. I1th iGC.
TLe bill passed alter a sac ne of great excite.
ncnt caused by a motion of Senator Brauho to
clhtar the Hlouse o all wn, were not entitled to be
therein, for the purpLe of restouring o-ler and
er atlie the Senate to transact bousiness wi:hout so
tr uth confus I .
Mr. Btolne called up the bill prohibining the
najr from appointing members on the police
Ii rce, and requiring him to call upon the actro
pcihtsa police when necessary. Passed.
By unanimous coreenr, Me. Ray called up the
eLe.l, apptpriatnion L.11, r~eree from thse
ltuee with amenIdments. Amendmentas con
her. lacon called up the bill to incorporate the
i1 Eaiauippi and ~h:p hlaae.d Canal CJllipany.
Mr. Bacon called up the bill for the relief of
Alh ander Wasker. l'ad ed.
h:r. I;scon cailled up the bil to incorporate the
Decatr Blranh I:aIlroad Comp~any. Passel.
Mr. Bacrn called up the bill to regulate the
lt i-a of the SoPtreme Court. Passed its second
It dir g.
Mr. Bacon called up the bill to provide fir the
cclcti.n cf judguant. against the stacral
pseuhes of the o'r. Passed.
Mr. Beares waived his call in favor of Senator
Mr. Brabghn called up the bill pending for the
in crov ment of St. ChLarlea aveine. L'.satd.
blr. :raughn cle-- up the Lill for the re.ief of
AI!t Slhaw. Ias-st-I.
Mlr. Itraughn called up the bill foi the relief of
Sin,-i.n Belden and others. Yaaed.
Mr. Brsughn called u- the bill to incorporate
a tl:ege tof Yharmacy in the ci:y of New Or'ena.
Mr. Braophn called up the bill making the
wdighbrg of hay compulsory. Passed to a third
Mr. Peares called up the bill relative to the
rt gin'ry of vocters in each parish, and making an
ifr opriation to dtfay the expenses thereof.
'i e bill to irncorporate the Board of Trade of
;.e cnty of New uOruana, passed to irssecnd read.
Mr. Beares called up the bill toorporporate the
Ar'rraas and Ried River Railroad Compaay.
v see d.
Mr. Beares ca;lled up the bill for the relief of
Angamar and Iard. P'assed to its second
Mr. Heares called up the bill to define vagrancy
in the htate. Ihe reading of the bid by sectionsle
was taiing place when our reporter lftL the .ie.
ste chmber at 12:41.; a. t.
Hsonse of iepre,..,-5t-triv·'.
bl-\eta- :( . t i - .' t'.- .
and lies over. eadtfe
Alsoia. . L bld tome the State.
~ of t t a bill for relief of two
S0,0tea,,000. Ltts over.
to O. pah judge of St.
On general Qpropratidh bill favorably, with
al O eadntStl. The Hoese amediately went
iteommiti of the whole to coalpder It, Mr.
Nose of Oreians la te ehir. hAftr oosiderable
delae the oeemitee rse sad reeammededd the
ps oge of the bill. The bil was finally passed.
The reene lawt was made the epeeli order for
the eveag at 7 o'eleik.
Adjourned till 7 r. .
Senate amehdments to bill granting ferry privi
leoes in Madison perish were cooaurred Id.
Benate r to carry into eaot atlleo 142 of the
conef tuton concurred, n.
Seaite private bill authorising somebody to will
his propertyto hisn atural r l eooncured In.
Shnate b2l oreatng a bord of truatee of the
S'ate library. This bill provides, amongst other
things, that State officers shall pay a fee on their
installation to go for the benefit of the library
fund. These sums vary from $50 for the governor
down to $i 50 for Justices of the peace. And all
private bills shall, on their enrollment, carry with
them an obligation that the party Intretod shall
pay a fee of from $10 to $100. eferred to library
Senate bill to aid in eonstruetMa of Louisiana
Central railroad. Referred to railroad committee.
Senate supplementary appropriation bill was
referred to the committee of the whole.
The Caddo delegation reported favorably, with
an amendment, on the bill ereating a charity hos
pital in Shreveport. Bill finally passed.
The committee on appropriations reported the
extra compensation bill with amendments cutting
down all the appropriltions. The amendments
were adoptCd and the bill finally passed.
House bill to autnortue mse tesgtstastatng of
natural children by their natural parents.
C'ommittee on corporations reported on bill
amending act of incorporation of the town of
Vermniionville, parish of Lafayette. Bill fiually
On bill incorporating the Grand Lodge of York
Masons. Bill finally passed.
On bill to Incorporate the Louisiana Petroleum
and Mining Company. Finally passed.
Comsmittee on internal improvement reported
favorably. with an amendment, upon the bill im
proving Bayou Catawba. Referred to committee
t:n the whole.
Also a bill to grant certain exclusive ferry privi
leges to Dennis Van Horn, of Assumption pariah.
lBt finally passed.
An act to amend the act ordering the improve
mert of Ba)ou Teche. Bill finally passed.
Judiciary committee reported favorably on bill
creating offices of justice of the peace and oon
e able at Frenier Station, Jackson Railroad. Bill
Also favorably on bill authorizing B. Wild to
sue the Itate. Bill finally passed.
The general revenue bill was finally passed.
('otumittee on claims reported favorably on the
bl I for relief of P. J. Kennedy. Referred to com.
mittee of the whole.
Also bill for relief of Murphy & Frizsell and P.
Frizzell. Same disposition.
The House then went into
COMMIITEE OF THE WHOLE.
Mrrey in the chair.
BUll for relief of Dibble, Hnnt & Robertson.
Per ding the consideration of this bill the Cono nit
tee found itself without a quorum, when it rose.
The Senate charity appropriation bill was made
the special order for to day immediately on the
wreting of the Buase.
ihe House adjourned till 1 o'clock to-day.
The VIsiter toe orant's Headquarterse.
5:ORE ABOUT THE UNKNOWN LUCKY PR~teYLVA
!IAN--HiAT STATUS ARE TO nB RKEPEiESTED IN
A Washington dispatch of February 26 to the
The pressure upon Gen. Grant daily and hourly
increases. He is beset night #nd day now with
anxious visitors, and must sorely repent by this
trern the rash impnlbe that prompted him the
o'ter day to be so communicative to Senator
Thayer and a few Pennsylvania congressmen.
Se eral delegations of visitors from various States,.
accnmpanied by members of Congress, called dar
ing the rtceptlon hours, and were gratified with
shaking hands and passing a few words in con
vt;ration with Gen. (rant. One delegation of
va°itcre from Iowa and two or three from Penn,
~s)lanita were among those present. Several
u eubers of Congress from the Southern States
also called. Ex-Senator Thomas L. Ciingnan, of
North Carolina, was among the visitors.
Charles O'Neill, member of Congress from the
s coid 'Perns)lvania district, had quite a long in
:erview with the president elect. During Mr.
('Neill's conversation with Grant some imcidental
sallleion was made to the visit of Alexander Mc
(Clte yesterday, when O'Neill aesured tIrant that
it v as a mistake to suppose that George H. Stu
art was not well known to the people of Penosyl
vat ir. Grant Emiled and seemed to treat the idea
as a good joke. He spoke in the warmest terms
of Mr. Stuart and said he rerarded him as among
gif most intimate friends. Pe did not, however,
trve sty rtibher irdicatin of his purpose to offer
-itart a place in the cabinet. A rep art is never
1 e'es circulating about the city t -Isy
to the effect that in convcrsat on with a
centleman last night Grant let the cat en
trely cut of the bag as regards th.s Stuart.
'inlis gentlenrman replresents that he put the ques.
lion plumply to iGen. Grant as to whetier Stuart
was really the coming man from Pennsylvania. and
ilt (;rar~,tanswered distinctly "No." that Stuart
was not the lucky or unlucky individual about to
be honored. On the other hand it is confliently
a-erted that (;rant has told some of his real intOi
mates that Stuart is his choice. The people who
tcieve the story say that Bishop BImpson, of the
Metrodist Church, has been Grant's prompter
in the master; that the bishbp is held in
t.e bighest esteem and reverence by Grant,
and has ventured to press the propriety
.f Mr. Stuart's appointment upon him. It
,a iurtrler stated that Granit himself lavorrs irmart's
alpoiltrent believing that by selecting a man of
s: art's sound and religious stending he will
rleay on hIs aide at the very start the support of
tLc religiious sentiment of the country. I do not
i rotn Ld to vouch for this story, but give it s;m
liy as a p.ece of the corrent gossip. Bisihop
a ior.e.a, wo is also maid to have exercised a
tu'in' iufluence over Presideot Lincola, is cred
i d sith having procured HaRlan's apoliatm-nt
ts ta bb!net minister. If t'is be trus, tbere may
he et me foundation for all the gossip about Stuart
It is rejorted now that in converstions with
F: a',r i and representatives thu ;oneral has inti
rr.ttd that New Engla-d s'all have one member
, '·e catbiret, New Yrk one, Pennsylvaprs one,
i()!.to tne, Illionenis one nd ore shlil be tikra from
:ho South. It is also tated that all the gentlo:nar
at I are to be tendered cabinet positlons will be
la the city on the first of March.
New Yon EaTIO Ilo'1as.-There are two
rias es of <hesp eating houses is New York; the
t rut snuply regular meals at stated hours, oily
what is called tor and found upon a bill of fare.
Amrlg the former some supply the three meals,
, !.er only a dinner. The prices of the cheapest
are fifteen cents for breakfast. twenty-five for dla
,I artr twenty for supper. Tlebreakfastnsually
nce's, of bread-a itMle wheat with ryeor brown
tread ud hbitlrt--cofflee thick and strong with
'bickory, and a small omelet or diminutive sa
sape, made of something, knows only to the
n aker. lhe dinner, uas all Eropean dinners, com
meneces with a thin soup, vegetable, macaronl or
rine such suobtance. Then a piece of the meaet
used in making the soap, with beos, potatoes,salad
er turnips. This is followed by roast meeat, with
seme kind of vegetable. At srome of the restar
rants a glassr of bear or ehemp Rhinoe wine Is also
given, but at all the lguest is expeoted to buy a
elass of beer or cup of coffee, for whloh there is
,i extra Charge, tbeagh of course this is not com
,u!-ory. Tlhe asper consists of coffee, bread,
co'd neeat or hash. The contents of this latter
aricle of diet are beat not inquired Into. Cleanit
nees is not a characteristic of these eating horuses,
thccgh tbose ke, tby Amerleanrs frequently exceed
tr.em indlrt. Mostof tre. place are kept by
r;Germanse, and meey by Jews. Experts say that
it Is always well to seek the plaee frequensted by
Ilraelites, for these always khnw whbere to g.t
the most for their money.- [N. Y. Times.
TI 140 tihe ten So'h~. rn -rIats prrl-,'l 222.
i *t it, bus~tels ccr-, l,-icg t1 (,000 , n,, m)rc than