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POINT OF ORIDER.
On the amendment of Mr. lider of r:os sler to the general appropriation bill ap proprlating $.'OO.000 l(,r the pymtent of loses of slaves. &c., the following point of order was raised by Mr. Vernon, to-wit: Members interested in the bill whose provisions are under discussion, cannot tota on the amone under the rule 15. The chair.decrees the point of order not well taken, bgcatse the interest of members is "geneal and not separate and distinct as provided in the 15th rule of the House. And for the further reason that any inte rest members may have in the subject mat ter of the hilh is already fixed by the law under which the property lost impresses. used and lost. And the bill nder consild eration had for its object to make the ne cessary appropriation to pay for the lia bility of the State already fixed by prior legislation. J. 1. ELAM, Sneaker House of Iepresentatives. Mr. Kernan appealed front the do ision of the chair and called for the yeas and nays, which resulted as follows: Yeas-Messrs. Anderson of St. Landry, Anderson of Madison, Harry. lierry. Chap man, Couvillon. irake. Foutlhonze. Griffin. Hargis, Heatd. Helm. liodge. Jack, Jewell, Johnston ot Ibtervilie,' Lace, Mayo. Mtt. McEnery. Myers. Murrell. Morchead. NetY som, Perkins, itre. Pressley, tonbien. Snyder of Dossler. Taylor of Garroll and Taylor of Union-31 yeas. Nays-Messcrs. Collins, Cotton, Gilmore. Gore, Hawkins..loffrion, Johnston of IRa pides, Jamtson and Kernan --9 nays. So the ruling of the chair was sus tained. On motion the House took a recess until 4 o'clock. EVENING SESSION. The House reassembled at 4 o'clock, the call of the roll dispens,,d with. The Senate through W. F. Wagner. Esq.. Its Secretary. requested the concurrence ot the House in the following SItnate bills: Joint resolntions relative to the illegal organization of a State Government by the public enemy. An act to provide for the punishment of certahi. crimes and offences. Mr. Head cal:ed up House bill No. 133 entitled Au act to r 'peal the act entitled an act to authorize tl.. Governor of the State of Lonusirna to pess into the service of the Stato ' tres and other properly for the public defenses of the Stat during tht, present war, approved January 1st, 1863. which uuderw.nt its several readings and was passel. SENATE fILLS. The 7folowing .-enate bills were taken up. and the rules being suspendedl, were disposed of severally as foUows : An act to prohibit the seizing, tkling u, removal of any property in the State con trary to Liw Concurred in. An act for the relief of John J. Wheat. Sheriff of th' parish of St. IHelena. Con curred in. An act to authorize the Judges of the 5th and 6th judicial distriets to hold spe ciai courts for t'e. tr;,l of ortminal cau-es. Laid on the tabl't, st '.; -t to call. An act to riegulatte the' printing and dis tributtion of the laws duin:Jig the present .var. Referred to the Comnumittee on Print ing. An act to confirm certaia claims to lalnd commonly called "Rio Ilonudo' claims. Concurred in. An act to regulate payments from the I State Treasury. CuncurriidL in. An act to abolish the oflice of S:ate I.i brarian. L'oncurred in. An 'ct to abolish the oflice of Stete Engi neer. Concurred in. An act to amend and re-enact joint res, - lution retl. e to the withdrawal froum pub lic sale or private entry or location nall the public lat:ds of this State. alipr.ivetl Jiut" 18th. 1863. for which Mr. Illt-f asked p,"r mission to introduce Howue li'l No. I.-i. as a substittte. vhich substit: t,' was laid oun the table, an. the original htil w as referredl to the Comtllittae on Landst and .evees. An act to am--nd and re-enact ant act t.n titled an act to suqeud all: exi-tihng ,r' scriptlons,alproved Jut-.- lu.t. iC';:. 1'ut poned indefinitely. An act providing for the printing and distribution of the journals of the 5-nat,' and house of Rtepresentatives, the rulte, requiring that the 1Ionse go Into Committt,., i of the Whole being suspended, the b:ll was concurred in. Joint Rlesolution relative to illegal acts of spoliation by officers of the Conlederate States army. Concurred iii. An act to emanci. ate William II. B1rum mett, a minor. Concurred in. An act to authorize the Governor to ap point a Collector to receive and receipt for taxes East of the Mississippi River. Concurred in. An act relative to attachmetnts in certain cases. Referred to the committee on the Judiciary. An act to authorize the Governor to raise a company of mounted men east ofi the Mississippi River. Concurred in. An act for the relief of J. -C. Wingard. i Senate's amendments concurred in. An act to authorize certain - persons to ! attach themselves to any military company in the State service. ConcurredI in. Joint Resolution authorizing the Gov ernor to rent a buildtng for certainl State purposes. LaId on the table. Joint Resolutions relative to the illegal, organization of a State Government by the public enemy. Concurred in. An act to provide for the punishment o' certain crimes and offenses. Concurred in. SBCOND RIEADINGS. The joint resolution relative to increas ing the pay of non-commissioned olicers and privates in the service, on suspenlsion of the rules was adopted. An eact to repeal an act entitled : "An act to prohibit the distillation of grain. sugar, molasses or c.ane juice into spfrita ous or other alcoholic lifitros," annrov-d Mr. Mott moved to take u'p in lieu of said bill the substitute reported by tIhe committee on the Jutdicliary to Hlouse bill No. 24. Pending which motion Mr. Newsom moved that bill No. 8 be laid on the table and called for the ps and nays which resulted as follows: Yeas-Andersen. of M;adison, Chapman, Dougherty, Gore, Ilodge. Jack. Lacy. Mayo, Newsom, Pressley, Ta2 Ior, of Union,--ll yeas. Nays--Mesars. Anderson, ot St. Landry, Barry, Berry. Blanks. Cotton. Couvillon, Fotlhbouze. Gilmore, Griffin, Haegii, Haw kins, lHead, Helm, Jamis ,n. Jotfrion, John. ston, of Rapides, John: on, of lberville. a Mott, Myers, Murrell. Morehead, Osborn. - Perkins. Pitre, Boableu. Snider. ,.f Bosier, I Taylor. of Carrott,--9 nays. 8o the motion to lay on the table was Mr. Mott's motion prervaling the substi tute bill entitled: An * act to license the I distillation of alcoholic liquors was read and on motlento adopt the Ist section Mr. Newsom called for the yeas and nays which. resited as follows: Yeas--Mesrs. Anderson, of St. Landry. 1 Barry, Berry. Blanks. Collins, Cotton, Cou- I villon, Foulbouae, Gore, Grlmn, Hawkins, i Head, Helm, Jamison, . JofRion, Johnlton, ofRapides. Johnstoo of Iberville, Moutt, lyesM, Mnrrell, Morehead, Osborn,- Pifte. a Robertson, Saider, of Bosaier,-25 yeas. Nys--Messrs. Anderson of Mdan n Chapmtan. D)raike. Illargi, tlodge, Jack. ,- I.lcy, May,. Newsonu. l'erkils, I're.sltty, . Taylor of Carroll and Taylor of Union - ,r 13 nays. ,f So the section was adopted. On motion of Mr. Chapman the Ilotuse ,e apjotured until to-morrow morning at 9 , o clock. y ý_I NATI1 SFnIAY, Fkebruary 5th. 18ti. . The Senlate melt pursuant to nd+jtunl t- ilent. w Present. Mr. Samtuel Clark, of Ile Soto, h In the chair. M. ekssrs. Abnev. Barrow. Coco. Fuller. e. Gatntt, Gray, Lott, McDonlald. Pond. ;. Reeves, Rogers. Texada. ýVall, \Vetks and r Weightman - 16 Senators. The proceedings were opened with prayer by the Rev. A. M. Smith. The jourual of yesterday was read and o approved. td ME5AIott REOY TIE (;OVKRtNIO. MIj. II. M. Favrot. Private Secretary of 9+ his Excellency the Governor, delivered to P- the Senate a sealed Executive coznlunica n. tion. M 5II, mOLG /tot TIE TIttft:. t .Ilr. l:krlh. clard . al mect m. -e:lrer of the lu.se "lutestecd the concutrrlence of thie Senate0 In ilouse b: :.,itfled : tt '"An act to suspe.nd the eollection of taxes." c' And he requsettd the signatllre ofr :. ' Prtesidetnt of the Senah. to IlI.nac enrolled bills of the folowing titles. to-wit : An act to authorize Lewis Phillips anti til his wifn. llarriett l'hillip., tto adopt Lewis I)scar tPhillips. a utilntr-and. An act for the relief of C. 1. Mavor. REPOITTS FlNIIM STA.tNIINt IosIttl'tt'rE:s. Mr. Res'ves. fr,.m the committee otn the i" Judiciary. to wlrhotu was referred Senate ot bill enitled : "Atl act to provide for appeals fromnt the al deciijo oft the ('omntmissioner of Publlic to Lands." suhmitted a favorable. eport. Mr. Wall. fron the committee on Public of tEducation, to hllm wnas rIterrer. I the cntm muanication from his l:xce.llncv. the, (Go 33 ernor transmitting !~eport of William A. Seay, Superiltenltdeltt of lthe Loutiian:a et State Seminary of I earning. reporhtd the of same buck \t itiibnt .ction. there bi'ing no e quoarlln of the couln: tLte present. e .1Mr. Tcxa:da, from hIl conlmtittne on I:i nOrce. to whom was r.l'firrt'd .ontmuniCa Stion from the Audit of P'ulic Accounlllts d transmitting list of . efaultrers to the State o n account of St.ate- 1 tes. s anl the Annual Report of the State Treasurer reported the sati' bluck to the Senate without action. n And the sttlle Senator from tile sam re comruittee reported to the Seunate a bill en titled , "Atn act making approprtatton. f's th.' u. t g :'rtal exlt,-tnest of the -itt,. io it. y-ar ending 'I*e 31st day aft Jl.trch. lst.Z,. which t. unde.rwent a fith't reading. u- On tmotion by tihe 'itatu S."!:tttor. tit. flr ther clnsthlr.ratiun of tt': bill w, litt Ie polled and it was made the -el'cal ordr e-'of the day Ir tonlorruTw. SI lI'a),KT iiit A SL~E Et7r (a , S I. tI. 'E. Mr. Wetaks. I'rotl the selct contmitte-,. t". - I wh was refr.- ,: the collltut ie.tin 'frl itl his Excellency. thlte otr, ci. td.ttn-ttitting - a letter of tin. Nitotr ltrtlte. (',nttit stoner it M itile. in retatin, to rciiel o 1. d 1 extend.lld to de-titttte 'sxil. fromtt New Or I I tallts anid vica ity, rteportred lys bill rnti tl, d : th " I] nmi he.0 l ti'' i. tttl l '.llar alp r.,pri t i at. I bv the tn I. -iattl' I" fot th- . r.,.et of ' .iced aln! . :tt.tri .Wxihe. tI th N\ ",i "I U). Ins itutl '.1iv.' which ':a read ai irst .nd , iond tlt ay ita titte. " vr( Illtll-itl' 11 i T.+t IF . "i"' ktt Iullt- r h. -I Ius. 116.1 1'o tl 1 P.4 I'i rs 6lt f ·tt lis . ('n Inur ion - , . '.rT . 'l l, a, na the ru le. " the cn h-id,.r.at; in t cotte bill teati ' I t. l .1 " An act to at:'heri.e- the tGovt.rn,.r to u ! plint a ( ull,.tt - r to receive. at.l a, cipt ft r it txs. t'a.t of the M-issi-sippi river. ahicht i- at its dI reatlint . t)On motihn by Mr. T'anla, the furitl,.-u tun it wit o is ti. , ti.e Stecit l ordL-r .f t!t. day f tH i toi 'atw.ti. , An act fur t!.e di-puosl of rtnawias I sla ves. (hI motion Lhv 'ir. (;antt. the rules , r, s stuspended. thi, bill untderwent its tsIt atl 2ei re'adings, by its title, and it was relrrte, I to the comuitti:ee on the Judiciary. ti. eadi ngs: An act to privede for the printing of the - acts t slla l by the Generatl .ats embly at t the seesion held in the town of ( plo:tias ()n nlttioa by Mr. Gantt. the Senat-. re ceded froml its antlndm.lent. and th, Si-erte tary . was dirtctad to itform the Ioitute thereof. Anl act to regulate the employment of certan pertsos. On mtttion by the sta, Senator thit: bill waIs inh,:iuitely pustpn,.d. An uct to a.tuthorize the Tre.ta'urer to pus to the IBranch of the ('iizens Biank certain S!lse dite by the State to the: Citizenst Iluak. Stin motion by Mr. Reeves. the adverse report of the comnt.aittee on the Judiciary o this ill wadoptedand thi adopted and this bill was indeflnitely postponed. Joint t.tsolttion relative to the further prosecution of thet war. Whereas. The lUnited States continues to wage wasr against the Confederate State-s with ruthless hartb::rilv and a8n ftter dilsr, gard of the ruts otf eltitized I warfare : nd Swhermtha, the espost who nields with abso a lute potwer the ,lt-tinies of that t Gotvern n ent, haw: manitetfad in all his mbauatiae and ltroclamnations. a nmaligrtait hattred of the ],eolde of thit' Siutb and a dispi-it'i,,t to heap inatilt upon injury and ,,ittrag andt whereas this cturse of contdlet hag - f ment and peopl of the North. Tha.refor,. ]st. Be it resolved ty the Senate and Hotuse of Reprtesentatits ofl the Statf of Loui.ian in tGeneral A.ls-~mbly cnvened. That the barbarous manner in which our enemies have waged war. against ts, de serves the execratitn of all mt-n and has confirmed and and strengthreltned u is in the 4e termination to oppose to the last extrefntty a tre-nton with them; and that the spirit of outr people is unabated in the resolution to resist every attempt at their subjugation.. Mr. Lott moved to amend the lft resolu tion by striking oat all after the -cord "men in the 6th line down to the wor " and" in the 9th line, and on moth a hi called for the years and nays, they wri or .dered and being taken reatited asm foil ws, to-wit : Yeas-Mesnars. Fuller, Lott, Rheevis, Ro gers and Weaks-5 Senators. Nays-MeiPrus. Abtey. Barrow, Coeo, Gantt,.Mclsonald, Pond, Wall and Weight oren- 8 fSnators. S°o Mr. Lott's amendment was not agreed = And the 1st Resolttion was adoptel. :2d. Be it ftrtlaar tesolved. &c., That re lying upon tie abilily of our Chief Magis gate, the skill of our milieary leadler, the braveryof our soldier-, the heroic deltotion of our women, the ardent patriotism of our men; and, above all, upon the justiee of our causeo invohing the blessing of Al mightf God upon our efforts we confidently abide the result. in nmoti.n by lir. GaustL, tht'e .it 1tesolu ' lion was atd|plttd. - d. lit it further resolved. &c., That iu this houlr .f trial, the Sitten of iL.ouiilllau hI.lders to her (Governent and sister States her warmest sytpualihy lnaw corditil e"ii.pt: 9 ratiuon to spart nu espe'nse'l of blood or trlallsu in dt'fll'se of the Confedlcs tt, Slt;t, of Americ aus a froe tallnt ildeplen dent Republic. in llrotiuii oni by Mr. Gantt. the 3d Rlesoln tion wa. nidulptlId. 4th. lie it Ilrtiher reisoilved. &o,. That hlis l i-e'Ih'llnct'y. , lihe (Sov'lllrnilr, ie and hie is. heare'by r,'quesa td to lrtri l.siit t't ie'It I I ., the'se re'u' i tilloils t14 ou. r itt' lt'i 4f t eil lhp rs',nttilllvet in ' .Congresu and to (hte ltv.- I r, rtllirs of iur sliter Stales. 1I. ln mltion lbyv Mr. Gantt, the ltlh Rlsln l t(1t wav utiptoihd. h inl1s were &Ii hp ntlh,.i e t .oi.nt tisulu lloI uaiderwenIt their .1d ad 3dl rtedii,.-'. d and on their adIjltioin Mr. LulI enl.tl t for It:o es :i4.l Iy-, 44 the. rj'4 ' ' iordr,,'1 and t'ini t II reailttl at. fllhuws. to-wilt : \'.as Melers. .\hnev. Ihurr.w. (',. ('untlI. 'iliun.d.l. I',tnld. \Vall mldtl 1\Vight Stol-tS .'4'iiorsi'. Naa?- MJI.s-rs. !allt'er i.ott, lReev's. 1Iu g .ets : ,I u t'ta --4-" ..'otourat.i ý.i the .h4int Resolutions were adopleil. Mir. Mltt r..-ve1i to l, lt, ind th,,e p1 ble4 h iof lhe.l,,.int R.'.hltOl.,i,- by strikinlg therei from all after the worid u' .tings' "down to if .' worl ' Nrth' inciluive. (Oli a divicilon o tl.' vote Mr. L.tt'a in". t!on tli4 not prr.tvil. aH dut Iht pie n .i'. lJhe '- .e 1adopteo. .\l tho'e1 i Joi'nt ,in e ...i.D were' adipt- Sed with thbir iltles, antd ,in moti.on Sb Mti. S .nult. tlh Secretary wtt..is directed to ,i4f4rm the, lIon.,e ltlt,.of. .\An act fur thol ri'lief of John Ilewit. late .\-- t.r f ihthe i'ariih of 4 t.pides. (li motion b444 y Mr. 'tex.il.L, thii rules weitr I , su 4pen 4tled, this bill iilieriu t ionr ts2d anti 3.1 vrt'ttlinis, ii wa- Lull ctirrtd it, anli th., See i.i retlry was elir'cted to iufrrmn the lious,' e thereof. An iot to namnd an act ,'ntitlh',, an act rlative it jnl'it alir tocee'ditiisaaguinit pe.r _ nso, in the uiliaury or navai'l survice.'. p prv,'d I1st I4'clcinher. I-mil. ton illtiou bt .M. Me.ll .unaldl , th, fulllrther SCt,nsi.erl.tion of tlhi till Wit piotpluned and it was ordered It iI iiprilntld. 4, .4itnt 4IT oluti1l4 s r 14l4.tite to ill,',al IIacts of , ,'itr inr by otlit'rc of tihe 1 .lnfiideratt' State-s .\Any. (In 4t4l4ion hry 1r. liarrow.rlthe rullt!.'-A I,' "-p 'nd.' d. tht'se .le'nt fl.'.htll ,ti.- inl'44i wt,44t their 2.d tl.d .1t. readingt. the,4 p1,-.-4d t n4Hu 4l(t4 S.,cr, tary 1,4was dirhcr.ed t. . r-.,le'st hI. t r4' cnCeirre'te4' of th4e 1l.u', tihe'reinL. Joint IKt5olbtii,n for the aljlurnllienlt ti" Sthe L,'gislatlure. (Illn motionll by Mr. Teri,.ll-i. the rule..s wr, I 4su-l4 ,'iii.'d. Il44( , J* int Rjt4h14 ti.,4 4! u nhr Swent itt. zd and 44 ria:ili,ei.. it w.j, c. r curredi.4 lu and lithe S't4'rttl tri ..- 'irt , e' d t, it oltrlnm i!te tl u-*lst thei.lr',' t. Joinl I:nt ,l" a tiInsi t I, :t l uth rir0* It, .' ov tr nltli l.it.,k lmj.4,as t44 o p4it' 4ri i"l.0 i ill Tr --lll .l Y Ir -,i- I i.r], -t" , l nthlll. !iritih r h i4, .tiu4n he" Mr. t\'.,4k- the rvd.,- ",r. • .n-j, 'nI ."1 th '-: .4 ,iit l,'-, 4' i 4 :- '4n l,4 - w ,i4' : th."r d .1 ) ' .tl t ,ia' li it -. th.. , w -r Sce i411n t .,l in :ti I t " - . ". t ' (,l-4 \ 4 " r4 t tI1 to ienf hr.. li,' i -. 4ht.,. .n a t '. 4nint4 Si t ' It illit nl II. l iti . . 1 in+ it t Iitnu -.r S . ', 1, . 4 i,' it eiaTt'..ld hrv 4 .t,'4 it,. lu. i: iI,!n-. of ljie' r ,'-,'.' 4 vt ef th.e ,'ý tn f 1 lct ills ill (..l-,.r.l .\'t'rlill l ,'tin - ' -l4e r4d44. ' lt,! n 4 l ..-ter rtho, pa-t.u.g. ''I th;- : ; \ l.: ,tl h Il it, i l lo firi:mnut.tt. i ih,.' 'i' 'ri-i 1if \\ itin, b,. , .: " I t- Ii'i,,b. " r h t.' n t i 4n,.t 4'44 fr 44n all Ii- !h.i: i';,.- l.clur e,. I l Iti-l o lt4 - r,'!.toive t,.o nuitmr-. t htd 4h4t i* ," 1 '. ll I is et., h .4 l.'rv/. , i to t.' ar'I i. I'rf ,rn :l! :i.l - :4t4 m . .l .. inti. t nt , t'tn'I' tri ctl all :t) h! cti ni - It -..;! i t ih.,i.• 1,r ti ttli, C .tot hit pr, p*,,tly. , l' , e ntI:u l p ."r- -i l :i t.o -ine' it'ul hr t '1d..td t. .1,i eand p t-r tlrll m I ll att' t-stla~ttit t I I , . rl4 rty i, rlh- a; li ce'dit t+ f4 l' :l nt1 -.-'.:1. a i4t he lt I 4 -t 4 "4 ! :t4 ic ,.f 4 t.1 ",t:' t "v,.: Oiln Ii,,i.n bh fir. .II . _ * i," I-tr ,, ,, r l ,,,en. n I . ley :r'lllli ;,n,. " i:! ", .. ," t " ." r tillt,. - itt . , i '''l ' Lh , l ,,,I " ,, :1'.'I "'; ' i.'"44 : ! .u-v4t!'"r !6' a r! I' 12 44r4"::4 t 1 1tl tt.tdnl i - it p tr -'.a I O, th i,.'~ M ir t1 1' w;t." dIii..'I,!, to redol l -, ih.* c..::.ll lu - rnct. f Iell. . u!e th4i.n. / t alrl. n4 - t nn d ,the . p: r:tr p 4t1 ,'" :'trtl ,'h I1 oir f t. ., ('ud,, ..f I'Pra,'tih,. Io r teit by \ir. .lkit- otl'l. Ih, ;. I riiIe r.p' rt 4 f iii,' c4 m mij t t4 * 44' 4' .- Ii - ,i 'riar' 'it i - hi ol was 4dptt* ai44l th4 bil w.,. ordrl,',,I to hi. ind,'fi~. nit.l 4p . rp.u ",. Ai n at r'll4 t 1 l to i atta lltr 'ntl. i4 4 .rt4ii (tn mltion hy Mr. logl'ri. the rnih wre "iusjend,.I. thi, bill iiunderwent it4 s 21 ai4,4 td rea:.il g ,. it pi'"1 4n4l th,' ,'4cr.',:tr ' 4 . dL' 4ll 4'4'I t, r.-u',lst the Cet4lCurrnn r' 4 oi tit,' 1H liotc there'in. Aln act to 44tlhoriz,. the. overnir ti, raie a ce)nmtnvr of mtolinted m4n4. 'ea-t io the r Misisiippi river. 4)n 4llation hr Mr. Pfnd. the rul.' wer,' S4sle.I" iled,. thi,. rill unlerwent it-. 2 and ! .Id r."'' ling: , it p:4 t'.d aiid the Se.ret.tarv I was directed to reui4st the cu'irrncl' t. - the lIiu,-e. therein. An act *to 4bloriz., 'rtain pjr4'mlliL to at. I Lacit the'riselv'. to any 444utiry cu44p4-ny i in the State serie,'. O()tt mution h: .ir. Pon'I. the" nit'.- werei S'uspe'ld,'d. hin" hill und,.rwt'nt its 2.1 anid1 34.reatling-, it I -a . 444a4l 44on 4,iltt'u ht Mr. Abiney. tht et'rr." .y w " dtre",. r1 t4. tie' t the 'concurrn t'C oof Ithe IluIt thr-'et'in. An act, to a5444lol'iz/,.44,uld n M..nr,.. 44.t'tr, to r.'mn4vr ' cerI.in444 .Itatt'.i 1.'y.i.nd 44,h. liu iti. ,, (444 m444ion by Mr. ,',.ve-s, the ruleo. w,.re 4U.l$end,4.. thi4 bill linderw..n4 it. .4l aiinl ,'-1 4 4i'4 ,1lng. i4 pit'ol, and the .eres ar' 44444 dhre'tld 4., r4q'4tist the conlcurrtre.n.- (44 the I1o1i4c 4h14rin. ' ,4 44uts4'4 Uy .44r. Je01da, the ,na4.r proci'4'd-,l. with ch4','d do ,rs. to 4h," ,'oi4 - ±4.id!rai'r .n oif t'xcu'ij io 4i n4-ei 44., 14444 :1nd ll0,'r 4e 4ti444 u penti thtre'i. Ilie '440t4rs were lileen 4414 moiolin by t1h. .sanl .unator the Senate 'adjourned untill to-mtorrow att I1 o'clock, ,. s. Our frielnd (Capt. J. C. Wingard will ac'ept oti" gratefitl acknowledgi. ments for some smoking tobacco pre sented to ut4. The Captain is o0e of the few liberal men left in thi4age-ot selfishness. Wiho will furnish the pipe ? The Ns w Orleans Era of 3d inst, announces the death of Mrs Margue rite Caroline Deslondes, wife of Genlt G. T. Beaurtgard, in langutlat;e very conttmptul4ous. Thr New Orleans Era makes a great parn'ule ever the preparations being made for the inauguration of Michael Hahn, as govorner 4f the State of I.ouisiana, ýIt our issuat of thie $th inst., we alluded to the (.overnntttt Ilack smith shopAcorner of Milamtn and Ed ward streets, pronouncing it daiegcr r ous anid a nisatnee in many# otler rrsle'ts. tict', thenl we have se--en the correcsponlidettcet on thell sjulj.ct from our worthy and efticienu Mayor, to Lieutt-Genl. E. Kirby t nIiih, antd I the repoirts of Maj. Schaunmburig, anal SCapt. Jluckner. (ulr oliject in again referring to the mattelr, is to let the peplo know that his ihnor. the i .MIay,r, has doina his duty, and no Iblamne can be attacihd to hint, in case. r ,tof tihe non-rnmoval of the concern. 1I .aj. Schaumbutrg, it his report. says: ,. "there is no more dunger of tMis shl,op takinrglire tIan any other 'I,xilding f - its c/as ' ''l"That "fire ii only k-pI t. in th I building dtuiing the hour- that e work is geoiing un," etc., utid recorn ,nenIds tat ti , i shop be kept in guy erit'lent iuse. ('apt. Iluckner, in his rep.lrt, says: " ]have niever heard of any coin plaint ha. ing Ibeet ttad., of theit location of the shop b,'ft.,re, dl,,"in Iaon ii quainotnce withi /i the miatr o/" fiusteeacn yhear ." rhe., and con'luld. s; Sthus, "1 there-fore ask that thet appli cation of Mayor lIeall, b,' not erant t \ ,V are confident that if the MIajor or the aptain,. lived in any of the adj'tacentt build ings that thet shop 1 woull e, rttniovcd, in "double quick" tilt,'. )ur cxlt-ianieic i the miatter is, inli sutbstanct as follows: 1st. tnet oft' the owilnrs, Mr. Kim hi. ,, in Coullre of convllVrsatiotn, one idan, retlarkled to tls, "I ,'xpct to itoe your hiouse burned dowti soime ilay, yt,. frontl that slhop." " ,1. ',Though -Mitjr .chaunmttrg say.- ,,no n. . .rr .nri.se/rnn . s.parks. w'e k:nw that thl' roof of said shop1 did rate,/, fire s.vetral tint'sl durin. the past nslatthi, and that s-me, of tlh worktman lhave ixpr.essed their beliief :hat it is ,,J. .< ,ur. id. ','!lat tl gh noi tire. is xN w kt-p. in It, s/,ni, aexc,.pt dIi;ring wok itg hol urs, vet it ctn be s.inli in el is. tlprximaity to the sane,. ill th a -lt. :t night, froiii whichl isstu,.s sparki-, of t consiherableo ng:-uitlide. 4th. The use., of tvul.a:tr and pro fan,' lan-uagi',. :ail aun otn.ea-ional I hlat"kguard song. is noit at all uicolO cth. (l hi I ln.' o 0t0 "I l!l whil,. n>,, . lad i,.. cr, siti:lg i r,,, : hv a I i' .oc in an . :i . ' , i t ,, h ",,n-."u :n: gr:I a- .tt t .tr a' ., i ,.f' O an, ;tht. I'T ie r -, -i - a ! t.', il.1. :dlk ii, ..:i 1 :t . !i e is a 'ii-'z, :,:.r . l ,,, :t, , 'Iif 'at," tf i , vi-,t ruii , l,i a:ttrl h:- rluis. 7i t. o T h.t it , u nua .,,ta nt-. t:i,, -, conAi .l-r,-! livil th , l r ,. ltlit .ar ,'apt. It"l:u' m,.r -haull hunar in t;o ld ithat hil rule is e t,- l, r.lle 'iiff-reti a htI:wteni l the p.i.t t ihop,. and thi, timu he hi:ti , b t, l :itr uai litstd wvith th, pia-t falnrth-ni retrn. Addithion furil -,ace.s hay'v bi en erected in that shop. a,! wi ithout even iibtainiig le rmi- b nili of the vr civil uhritie, r as i rei V, ite in su'ch caniI ntes. Are, we, livina g uind.r mlilitary or civil rule t iiaf ' th- e pf oltel ati n tunicipal righits Thel , ar,'d qe.s Biitn- wihich naturailly ior. seint tlinp to tlves to our l aiaid. Itf thfe caeil ' al lud,-d, to do,; s n ot exhi ,it an , .x lrci"i s otf military power over civil ifuthori ty, then wbe a"e m uch snista, tken. IIt" the locality is the great dsider iai, we offut r the oi iir.l'l iit- timht Ariie u of ti i det' of ga-ir-nd lno olr lhuwrtid ytoa.ds furihr, u nd fa r Igri-t wrasl fOiL tie t Ilrsiess, of .intg livte ie, illangr could rit crtol nihlori. 1to r th e nmyale bers in fuiis. boats onc fored inf-oRts ai xaldria, dnd wihn our itheiringoft lhgt, woA lores atnbo-r s wf-re ia sight, coal At body of the loudarn, cavalry wim.n at oil's aboutart fwomnty roe nihr hr bve SpoReport places the enemy in posses-t' it. It' i tnttut lit t I1t11o, t 11 l etiltny Inre in pi' essino of Inearly uvery thing. 'IT'1e negroes ot tuaides ilt utwdlately went over to the Federals. 'ITw, hunidred of our tno.i arl, said to hatve b. en captured in thet fort. 'lhit has AhexaI'ndria fallhn into th. n. 1.iiis uind, tir tit. sletuld lhitnio, de lpit." all lii bntinligs wi" hitv+* lourg h.iard aboult lhth iniprn.gunil ity (of the f.rt antd th,, iinris;ihatiliity of Ithe raft. It tatteltrl not. however, wheth i er we were taken by surrprii.e, or by I what means we retcived this blow ; II t it ulfice, that tllhiling are, as tlley 'in, and not ltoNesp. tid, :and that we muo.t pre.pare fir tihe wiorse. r i'4.l coithh 'nt. and laittV ripeal,,t dly so Cel) r ,te..d ours.'lve.s, that the en, jiiVy i"utetplates penitetratingt into the ptrtilnip,:l portiton of this State, 'alld lprobably ',.exas, other it',l,l,'r viewi o the enutr-iltry not wit ihs::nuid iug. ye' we not only hi.pt, but ,iarn eatly }raj that our opinion is W4o'iig. With thl people,. 1,1W, ruts their Idmun. Let t ht.hu art ne-orlingilly. W\V. have iiricc hetarl thaut I'oli< itnl's f;,re crost ed at (.athllllh n'it . Dngeroua.-T-'1h il'Lro t ::17::;-" over eollar le.tuitig, on the sidwt-;alk on1 'l'vtxs t rieel, iear th,. Ive. h]l;a beteni re'ir,,ed, and nouthii hg stilsti tuted iii their place. Night watlklir, clhihlren, nl:d inuebrinteud int:. are ini idalnger of brke-n hntbs. Let tihe tllii:tt ll I,: ttenl' ed to ,t 'ithe.. Dr. I,ic. -A. New ( lahtang let er writir tar a New York joutrnal. ii, alluding to thie withdrawal 'of Mr. Atoch. whit wits named . it ii. " I lah ii tick.et," as a ca:ididate for itatte .\tl " Ilii- pl'ce is filhld with It . A. i'. l1o.tie, who is chtaritably .upltpos tu,"nt tof the iiitnnc. , of thi. 1;,t I ., when, 1 , bl ieu '. Au'litor. s II prl,,b :tl,ly b" a% pern-r t :141 ',xamniph" "(. iuls t1' -st I'I' 11M I. t .. i . :... .t ' , i -t : '. i '.. . w , l liti. l h. I tc, :l . ' ,,I I :ti t - ] 4t,.w i,l,, \Ii . '.'lr ,t'Tl r it ,,I- , i. , Ir t 't. I l, rl - , t: i" 44.1:44 h .l ' h, i. x tit.4,i' i - :1 ;." lit. : rnl 't lt ' .ll i ..'. t, t .ti :l' 14. t , ' ! ' .t n" . ' ' t.1 1 1' .,a ' ,t. t t,., ,4, ,ý'- . ct t ri ,.-! :.,l, ,',: r .u ' iu .' .t, 1.h, . : . 1' , . . . , . . , , , 1' , t ', I it.t. i". ' i '1 t r "+'' I Y 1 A . " '- , p tatc hlfr.. ,In t I 1 '. i i :g ,tti. '? , I. itl.t" :ti. f i t , .itort i .' ,.: "" it i r t . t' . , . in ttrilti ".' . . i.f. ot ' 10 hit pit til - 1. i i , tIot " ti 1r •4 iintti t IV*. t- ' -t'r , A. i,. n hit li.,gh ti it " i , toi t ii:t"'i h • lit. r. l tr C... te. • i tu.e iruli"·is of the (tinfeJ it-.ty li , as lltou . . it o' ,-he t ,he l ry t l , har. iti. to,", IPR. p lalrttne tt. - nicre. Ithr ,r i-w ,t' - 'l l, e r.' u : 'n ht r May -ty' governme nt : in;" :4, t hil.lr it n.. . I1ii .i t h i1 . - 'ri ,ill,, to tin. Itirn- ttll iur'l i it gttll all l o i iltn is-til ptencel ofr n the I .rt s rit.ll n t lt.l .i 1, . tir. r ,n',it lu,' t ltin lu,,rit to lit c i hrl i, ' itn chatief ofiil kt tel . thlr- t o tar y-'t w t.t*iit h dt , ltyih'r hiss l,.-ty 'i 2100 atnit 3,,b. IE.ll; ty plhicod twio rrgtMttrt, It i\igu"tie.. tl,- frpnt and argetl tte i i - ii Iihrt I ptnt o iler, ctiaontct. Mi r. ti t'llotit tln e.h ' ' th, lit.gl t' l'1gtitiot llt orii . t t h lr ,, r'egimnents kill,,! .'pecial for the News. Onn l1se Mlssissippi River. BMAIUH 6th, 1864. l)t:Ani Nnww-l promised you some tinlme ago to take advantage of any eenl'siiinil opportlunity that might ,lltier, t, conlnrnicate from time to itile t ilh yourt readers. To-dayr, a ilidl tile.. quiet and peace of the Sab let h, air.l w ithi ii sight of the float ing bullwalwks of Yalkee power. I un dicritak, It, re-deem my proitmise, hop ing, rathaic than expecting, that my letter will reach von. No nlle who Iles never rujoyted a hoinme is the. lovely region bordering thel.. Iower Misisidpi, can apprecia. at.' the ilh..sure with which I look oIuce morn , aftier two yeairs of absence it thi ":,tciI d field," on the once teetii ing i sugar fithlds, which even inl thu wasteil :tdil d e solation that war has i(.:st over th.rem, still reflect the love. liiness anid btauty of this wondrous climate. hult tier thie enibittering Ithuglht that Itl the charms of such a t I':aradlis.e trrc e'joyted by the hated f"l.., rie mighlt be happy only to look tinl this ceuntry. But Lincoln's path ,.t ruin staites the travell r in the face at ev< ry ste p. Palatial residences Srdtic ell to a1ilh1,s, fields ove-rgrown with rank wee.ks, are the mnile posts halng hIis ,it.trnev, and give rise to !i.l tita rl RS il :1ld rnortifying retflectioci j on thne bhinidrsiof inilitary colmanai i,"rs, or thn. ieniieneless of caebinet of tli i:le, \t whose negligeitce or whoso wantit if torceiglt, h'La lost u- the slilin delra fi te' i'nather of water-. L lcekiltng liut at the river, all tseems as inll the old dayds of peace anld pros :p..rity. SIteanm,rs are conitinually pasi.inlng, fnreighted withl produce and itnerch:atnlise,, and f.,l.aifying the tllough that tihe. sanguinllle my have eintcernisineil that Ithe et'eIy had not vyet olbtaielld thiu free fr naigation of this rsrrein. ow aniid thiln a gun '11..t ptt assees lezilv lv. Il:ck, huge :n1,l ug y, .--a iti1 fir muile behind a 0l1n,. .tin,,i- ,,ninig smn,,ke. which c".ils it- lent:h= like at l1adge- of slavery r eer 1h.. 'Ii tilt ti'es., slc wly anid re linctantly \v:ttiil:ti .nl awey ii air. rF'rnen!e !ime n, t liiin traiti of wagont lalind ilth citr'in pisa doS n the r lll'ing i0i' r truaih ." aning up is riturIl w thl buo\ of gods ftr thin :i::i. . It i . hil principle alnh , \,i t txea : I s: I:i.h - -I. 1ir e ni , - te" -.'-:t" t l. . . :lf-, that thie chip S r. of ct ::nn in-eu:nt:r, l: our lines i p r:ui si. The i Sn. ,iit re-peerts cu, relit : n '1,hr.'tn O ' hlit 1 wea tl i r ii, tui l ll t. wI a I .\e, teld. to : \I -l .":~n'e t, n. ' ,1 i' i th, -I I, m y i Lac e elr h .ee-t. n aili it , ll.d 'i, ur e. I ral; : iitli ec-ti :., ti i s it e.o e-r l ee-e n ca:rrie.l ,n. ; : CL - :re ,. -i reon.i lly bitt.', td elnt n ill le' lieiti, hilelt ,t loi , , i ,n "l-t :i , !n , ) c . t in Ie m n eer, a i mic - r i-ti - i," ini : t I ,L7, 0i ll,1 it l!. :- h r, l oti -e 5. i el. n ts '-s t a 'elt tti, ' tli I tn u .. ~ -" "1 . te r - . N w!, ,,t" i a i ; h. t 0 b. i -. .:.:,:.\: I "t i.-ti e'h . i ntI Sr '"I. . : 1 : l - "t i, i l this c-ne S r' . . r:i i ' . . .he el . ih it, .. I. . .. . , n: . t Iv ,-i :v , , o ,, h ti , It 'll '-. i . l -' t I b 1 r w ,:ioi r. e ,I ,. e .t e i..a g e sr .. . ' u ; I~ \ .", \" ( ri V I s.-ii -tI t .i i- 1tel -h dl '.e: tle, I lmlk, t l hlet , 1,i l. I t.. thi.wt -1:,, il. i , l e. r ,.:.. & ' . in their gal 1\.- ,, ii n l. I l' .-, j:. ll' . , lanti .v a :t III.,,, ,.1 u:i, : . 1lite , Lit , "\' t ,,s,0 :.t , i , it .t . i:i. poo r '. ijI t- :dl :Le, 1e:.i.ee his ,i.- "1li ,l~ ~t 'l l ':try ., p ic Ijp he s a nit h n.r, , rl,tini,d fr,, lr i e :. nlitin. iritt inlet whliec arins Lte ritl .le:l il su in idle,'-Ce itl hIiet'. .\Ilili t'rs,,i ti,-e" it. sirc tin.re, is l ittle tu t iil' ,ple - t~ iII',l'ter -t eulil re." hra. %Var , s. "e , ax., lln-i,,nts tI runiiinenrtanit eatalt-v - :irleiehis in \VIginita itl Tcnni.e-s.e-. a:,re battnished frIi i th e. 'til nns. It at all p,.esible. hiwe.ver. I s-h:ill eictlc-s-e you the " lrn," and leIar, veiyo to make your ol ii s,.-le"t lions. 'l'hi- el iing it is rported that the Vitiey ae iiidVdiCi i. in lieaevy , t-, tnrt: irwick Bay. If so y" u will lerebablylel hear the hetails betiere tini. rcthn ..-, l c lIeU, eer tn all til t ,vtnte, ble bert we. ,w ti i - sectit tef the Shaihte ' lli eeietctjii tine-it . . ..... i - e ..... -re,,,,e,,e ih apee rs I send yeu, that .MhiehaeI lahn Ie:e been telected GouVe'ilnoF el'" the bgtuS State" of L.ouiiisinna. The Vote cite)d, for lltin l,1 71 i fr I'eleews (Coete-rva tivc,) ,.i.,- f,,r lFlande-rs (Chnasnee ab. elitioniet.-) 2t 2.e5 ; t,,ttel v,,!e I 1.336. I am at-surted by persons fremi below that thi.s liarge, veete wa.t give-n prin cipally hy Yittnkcee sohlicer. Inh the coiuntry Icaricihes hardly any Votes we.r*. case, New Orlean.i controlling the whl0le tnn-tter. lheping toe see a cev of yoturshnte ecca.,ionetlly, 1 will cay good bye. ILA rCL'.S Tho printers at Davenport, Iowa, learnintg that the- printers annong the rebel prisetners at R,,ck Istland were , tnt cet tIareee, inate t al pur'sC and tencugiht tIe it:ar crated typoi a sup lliy of tne' waced. A ang rt.,nnarkeld the other day, with a vcry grave tcounteenatice, that hnower-e udi.nt and virtuous wid ois.-: ninght might ie, lie had seenn menny iL nidlw-err. Diel -- IlI t1i city. on the 14th inst., iMrs. i.tz i1 -, i i. lonerl of Mr. llnry I1unaickrr.