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JOURNAL OF THE SENATE
STATE OF LOl 1SIAMA
EXECUTIVE SESSION.
Senate Chaw rota,
New Orleans, February 13,1375.
On motion the Senate went into executive
session.
The roll being called the following Sen
ators answered to their names, viz:
Present—Messrs. Allain, Blunt, Black
burn, Brewster, Burch, Cage. Chadbourn,
Crozier, Detiege, Dumont, Gla, Greene,
Harper, Herwig, Kelso, Landry, Musicot.
Pollard, Stamps, Sypher, Twite-hell, Weber,
Wharton, Whitney, Young—25.
Absent—Messrs. Alexander. Anderson,
Breaux, Eustis, George, Grover, Keily.
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—II.
The President laid before the Senate the
following communication from the Gov
ernor:
Statu or Louisiana,
Executive Department
New Orleans, February li, 18'
To t he Honorable President and Members qf tbe
Senate: - -
I submit herewith for your advice and
consent tbe nomination by the Hon. \Y.
<x. Brown, Superintendent of Education, of
J. Sella Martin as division superintendent
of public education first division.
Respectfully,
WILLIAM P. KELLOGG.
Governor.
■ STATB OF LOUISIANA,
Office State Superintendent of Public Education, ,
New Orleans, February 2, 1875. )
ilia Excellency William P. Kellogg, Governor:
I have the honor to respectfully nominate
Mr. J. Sella Martin as superintendent of
public education lor the first division, for
the unexpired term ot that office, viz: to
March 31, 1870.
Respectfully,
WILLIAM G. BROWN
State Superintendent of Public Edncation.
Statu or Louisiana, 1
Executive Department,
New Orleans. February 13,1373.)
To the Honorable President and Members of the
Senate:
I herewith submit for yonr advice and
consent the following appointments:
ORLEANS.
William A. Riggs, Sr., notary public.
ST. MARY.
Charles West, inspector of weights and
measures.
RAriDES.
Halcul Terrall Burges, tax collector.
EAST RATON ROUGE.
Ilypolite Berhel, inspector of weights and
measures.
POINTE COUPEE.
L. J. Masson, justice of the peace, ninth
ward.
Pierre Bernard, constable, ninth ward
Thomas B. Williams, justice of the peace,
fourteenth ward.
John B. Williams, constable, fourteenth
ward.
Alphonse Pourceafi, justice of the peace,
seventh ward.
Thomas l'orche, constable, seventh ward.
Jaquen Deplaigne, justice of the peace,
eleventh ward.
TENSAS.
John P. Harlow, tax collector.
Wiley Dixon, chief constable.
John W. Register, police juror, vice
George Jeiierson resigned.
TERREBONNE.
E. J. Foolkos, parish surveyor.
TENSAS.
Jacob Hornberger, mayor of town of
Waterproof, vice B. F. Bunney, resigned.
ASCENSION.
Aaron Hill, sheriff.
POINTE COLTEE.
B. Dayries, tax collector.
MONROE.
K. W. Barrington, city recorder, vice
Hamlet resigned.
WILLIAM P. KELLOGG.
Governor.
Mr. Twitchell withdrew his motion to
reconsider the pardon of Sam M. Williams.
Mr. Detiege called up the nomination of
B. F. Joubert as tax collector of the Second
I >istrict, city of New Orleans.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Burch.
Gage, Chadbourn, Crozier,Detiege. Dumont,
Gla, Greene, Harper, Herwig, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot, Pollard. Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton. Whitney,
Young—20.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Anderson,
Alexander, Eustis, George, Grover, Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
On motion tho injunction of secrecy was
removed.
On motion ol' Mr. Breaux the nomination
of Paul Polite as inspector of weights and
uieasnres for the parish of l'ointe Coupee
taken up.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Buroh,
Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege. Du
mont, Gla. Green. Harper, Herwig. Keko.
Landry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps. Svpher,
Twitchell, Weber, Wharton. Whitney.
Young—20.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Alexan
der, Anderson, Eustis. George. Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—lo!
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
Mr. Wharton called up the nominotion of
James Crowell as clerk of the district court
for the parish of Iberville.
The Secretary called tho roll:
For confirmation — Messrs. Blackburn,
Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Burch. Cage,
Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege. Dumont, Gla,
Greene, Harper, Hcrwig.'Kelso, Landry,
Masicot, Pollard, Stamps, Sypher, Twitch all,
Weber, Wharton, Wliitnev, Young—25. .
Against confirmation—\Tr. Allain—1.
Ataent ami not voting—Messrs. Anderson,
Alexander, Eustis. George. Grover. Kelly,
Ogden, RobSTtson. Steven, White—10.
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
On motion of Mr. Cage the nomination
sf K. J. Foolkes, as parish surveyor of Ter
ra toaae pariah was called up.
The &MNtary called the roll:
For confirmation—Meesrs. Allain, Black
J.
of
eil.
bun, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Burch,
Cage, Chad bourn, Cruzier, Detiege. Du
mont, G.'a. Greene, Harper. Herwig, Kelso,
Landry, Ma*icot. Pollard. Stamp*. Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber. Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and Dot voting—Messrs. Alexan
der, Anderson. Eustis, George, Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven. White—
10.
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
Mr. Green called up the nomination of L.
C. Jones as tax collector of Bienville parish.
Tbe Secretary called tho roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain. Black
burn, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Burch,
Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege. Du
moot, Gla. Greene. Harper. Herwig, Kolso,
Landry. Masicot, Pollard, Stamps. Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—20.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and -not voting— Messrs. Ale
ander, Anderson. Eustis, George. Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven,White—10.
On motion of Mr. Kelso the nomination
of H. T. Burges as tax collector parish of
Rapides was taken up.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn. Blunt, Breaux, Brewster. Burch,
Cage, Chadbourn. Cruzier, Detiege, Dumont,
Gla, Greene, Harper, Herwig, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot, Pollard. Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber. Wharton. Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Alexan
der, Anderson, Eustis, George. Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
Also tbe nomination of Edwin G. Hunter
as district attorney for the ninth judicial
district:
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn. Blunt, Breaux. Brewstftr, Burch
Cage, Chadbourn. Crozier, Det' >ge. Du
mont, Gla, Greene. Harper. Herwig, Kelso.
Landry, Masicot, Poiiard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber. Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26. •
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Alexan
der, Anderson, Eustis, George, Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
On motion tbe injunction of secrecy was
removed on both the above cases.
Mr. Whitney called up the following
nominations for tbe parish of Tensas:
John I*. Harlow as tax collector.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Burch,
Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege. Du
mont, Gla. Greene. Harper, Herwig, Kelso,
Landry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps, Sypher.
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Alexander,
Anderson, Eustis, George, Grover, Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
Wesley D'xon as chief constable.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn. Blunt, Breaux, Brewster. Burch, Cage.
Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege, Dumont, Gla,
Greene, Harper, Herwig, Kelso, Landry,
Masicot, Pollard, Stamps,Sypher, Twitchell,
Weber, Wharton, Whitnev. Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Anderson,
Alexander, Eusti3, George, Grover, Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
John W. Register as'police juror.
Tbe Secretary called the roll:
1
the
Secretary
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn, Blunt. Breaux, Brewster, Burch,
Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Dotiege. Du
mont, Gla, Greene, Harper. Herwig, Kelso,
Landry, Masicot, Poilara, Stamps. Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Alexan
der, Anderson, Eustis, George, Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White-10.
Jacob Hornberger, mayor of the town of
Waterproof
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn. Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Burch,
Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege. Du
mont, Gla, Greene. Harper, Herwig, Kelso,
Landry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps. Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton. * Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Anderson,
Alexander, Eustis, George, Grover. Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
On motion of Mr. Masicot the nomination
of George W. Kendall as notary public,
city of New Orleans, was taken up.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn, Blunt. Breaux, Brewster, Burch.
Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege, Du
mont, Gla. Greene, Harper, Herwig, Kelso,
Landry, Masicot. Pollard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Alex
ander, Anderson, Eustis, George. Grovpr,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson. Steven. White—10,
Mr. Weber oalled up the following nomi
nations for the parish of West Feliciana:
A. Duncan as inspector ot weights and
measures.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn. Blunt, Breaux. Brewster, Burch
Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier. Detiege. Du
niont, Gla, Greene, Harper. Herwig, Kelso,
Landry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps. Svpher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton. Whi*—"
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Alex
ander, Anderson, Eustis, George. Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven.White—10.
George Swaizio as recorder, vice J. S. Dula
resigned.
The called the roll.
The Secretary called the roll.
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Blunt,
Blackburn, Breaux. Brewster, Burch, Cage.
Chadbourn, Crozier, Deteige. Dumont, Gla,
Greene, Harper, Herwig, Kelso, Landry,
Masicot, Poilara, Stamps. Sypher. Twitchell,
Weber, Wharton, Whitney. Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Anderson.
Alexander, Enstis, George, Grover,-Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
On motion of Mr. Cage the nomination of
William A. Riggs, Sr., as notary public,
parish of Orleans, was taken np.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain, Black
burn, Blunt, Breaux. Brewster, Burch,
Cage. Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege, Du
mont, Gla, Greeno. Harper. Herwig, Kelso.
Landry, Masicot, Pollard. Stamps. Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton. Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messre. Alexan
der. Anderson, Eustis. George. Grover,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven. White—10!
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
Mr. Dumont oalled np the nomination of
J. Sella Martin, for division superintendent
of pnblio education, first division.
The President ordered the roll to be
called on the same, rescuing as follows:
F or confirmation—D^^rs. Allain. Bluet,
Cage, Harper. Herwig, Kelfe,
Breaux _ _______
Sypher. Wharton—T.
cont irmation—Messrs. Brewster.
Chadbourn, Crozier. Dumont, Gla. Greene.
Landry, Masicot. Pollard. Stamps, Twitch
eil. v\ eber, W hitney. Young_14
Absent—Messrs. Alexander, Anderson.
Blackburn, Burch. Detiege. Eustis, George,
Grover, kelly, Ogden. Robertson, Steven
White—13.
The nomination was rejected.
On motion the injunction ot eecrecy was
removed.
On motion executive session was raised.
J. A. GREENE,
Assistant Secretary.
8 MATE CHAMBKR. )
New Orleans, February 15, 1875. 1
The Senate, on motion, went into execu
tive session.
On roll call the following Senators an
swered to their names:
Present—Messrs. Allain. Brewster. Burch,
Chadbourn. Crozier, Detiege, Dumont,
Gia, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Landry, Masi
cot. Pollan^Stamps, Sypher, Twitchell,
Wlrarton, Whitney—20.
Weber.
Absent — Messrs. Alexander, Anderson,
Blackburn. Blunt, Breaux, Cage, Eus'is,
George, Grover, Herwig, Kelly, Ogden,
Robertson, Steven, White, Young—16.
Tbe President laid before the Senate the
following communication from the Gov
ernor:
Stats of Louisiana, )
Executive DepArtmeur'. ,
New Orleans, February 13,1875. )
To the Honorable President and Members of the
Senate:
I respectfully withdraw the following
nomination.
ORLEANS.
Levi M. Darrall, harbor master.
WILLIAM P. KELLOGG.
Governor.
Lies over.
On motion of Mr. Burch the nomination
of Hypolite Berhel as inspector of weights
and measures was taken up.
The Secretary called the roll.
For confirmation—Messrs. Allain. Brews
ter, Buroh. Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege,
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot, Poiiard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell, Weber. Wharton. Whitney—20.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not votihg—Messrs. Alexander,
Anderson, Blackburn, Blunt, Breanx, Cage,
Eustis, George, Grover, Herwig, Kelly, Og
den. Robertson. Steven, White, Young—16,
On motion executive session was raised.
J. A GREENE,
Assistant Secretary.
Sknat* Chamber,)
New Oilcans, February 16, 1873. J
On motion the Senate went into executive
session.
On call of the roil the following Senators
answered to their names:
Present—Messrs. Alexander, Anderson,
Allain. Blunt, Breaux, Brewster, Burch,
-Cage. Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege, Dumont,
Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Landry,
Masicot, Pollard, Stamps, Sypher, Twitchell,
Weber, Wharton, Whitney, Young—26,
Absent — Messrs. Blackburn, Eustis,
George, Grover, Herwig, Kelly, Ogden,
Robertson, Steven, White—10.
The President laid before the Senate the
following exexecutive communication:
Du
of
Statu of Louisiana, 1
Executive Deoartment. .
New Orleans, February 16,1875. )
To tbe Honorable President and Members of tbe
Senate:
I herewith submit for your advice and
consent the following appointments:
TERREBONNE.
Aiex Roache, justice of the peace, thir
teenth ward.
Major Mann, constable, thirteenth ward
RAPIDES.
Lark a D. Corley, justice of the peace,
Pineville ward.
LAFOURCHE.
Obed Payne, inspectorr of weights and
measures.
ORLEANS
A. A. Atocha, judge of Superior Criminai
Court.
John Fitzpatrick, clerk of Superior Crim
inal Court.
Thomas McCormack, judge of Fifth Mu
nicipal Court.
W. P. Green, chief clerk Fifth Municipal
Police Court.
F. Diebel, first assistant clerk Fifth Mu
nicipal Police Court.
E. Green, Jr., second assistant clerk Fifth
District Court.
H. Miller, third assistant clerk Fifth Mu
nicipal Police Court.
CALCASIEU.
Jacob Ryan, tax collector.
ASCENSION.
L. E. Bontley, tax collector.
RED RIVER.
2. T. Weston, clerk district comt.
MOREHOUSE.
W. W. Johnson, justice of the peace,
sixth ward,
W. R. Bunkley, police juror, vice Rich
ffioad, resigned.
WILLIAM P. KELLOGG,
Governor.
Mr. Breaux called np the following nomi
nations for the parish of Pointe Coupee:
B. Dayries as tax collector.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander
Anderson, AlIaiD. Breaux, Blunt, Brewster,
Burch. Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege,
Dumont, Gla, Greene. Harper, Kelso,
Landry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton. Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George. Grover. Herwig, Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
L. J. Masson as justice of the peace,
ninth ward.
The Secretary called the roil:
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander, An
derson, Allain. Blunt, Breaux. Brewster,
Burch, Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege.
Dumont. Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso,
Landry. Masicot. Pollard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. W'eber, Wharton, * Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Slessrs. Black
burn. Eustis, George, Grover. Herwig,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson. Steven, White—It).
Pierre Bernard as constable, ninth ward.
The Secretary called the roll.
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander, Al
lain. Anderson. Blunt, Breaux. Brewster,
Burch, Cage. Chadbourn, Cruzier. Detiege, I
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Lan
~ " ' '
dry, Masicof. Pollard. Stamps. Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George, Grover. Herwig,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
Thomas B. Williams as justice ot the
peace, fourteenth ward.
The Secretary called the roll.
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander, Al
lain, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege,
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper. Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot, Pollard. Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—'-6. _ _
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn. Eustis. George. Grover. Herwig,
Kelly. Ogden, Robertson, Steven,White—10,
John B. Williams as constable, fourteenth
ward.
The Secretary caiied the roil:
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander.
Allain. Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Bureh, Cage, Chadbourn. Crozier, Detiege,
Dun-ont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso. Lan
dry, Masicot. l'ollard. Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber. Wharton, Whitney,
Young—'J6.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, ■ George, Grover. Herwig,
Kelly. Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
Alfonse Pousceau as justice of the peace,
seventh ward.
The Secretary called the roll:
bjgr confirmation—Messrs. Alexander,
Allain, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier. Detiege,
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber. Wharton, Whitney,
Young—20.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George, Grover, Herwig, Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
Thomas Porche as constable, seventh
ward.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation — Messrs. Alexander,
Adam, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux. Brewster,
6arch, Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege,
Dumont, Gla. Greene, Harder, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney.
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.'
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn. Eustis, George, Grover, Herwig, Kel
ly, Ogden, Robertson. Steven, White—10.
Jacques Deplaique as justice of the peace,
eleventh ward.
The Secretary called the roll:
Secretary
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander.
Allain, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage. Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege,
Dumont. Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell, Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn. Eustis. George; Grover, Herwig. Kel
ly. Ogden. Robertson, Steven. White—10.
On motion the injnnction of secrecy was
removed.
Mr. Stamps called up tbe following nom
inations for the parish of Orleans:
Thomas CcCormack as judge of the Fifth
Municipal Court.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation— Messrs. Alexander,
Allain, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage, Chadbourn. Crozier, Detiege,
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso. Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard. Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney.
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George, Grover. Herwig,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven,White—10.
W. P. Greep aa chief clerk Fifth Mu
nicipal Court.
The Secretary called the roil:
For confirmation — Messrs. Alexander,
Allain, Anderson, Blunt, Breanx, Brewster.
Burch. Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege.
Dumont. Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard, ' Stamps, Sypher.
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burz, Eustis, George, Grover. Herwig,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—10.
F. Diebel as first assistant clerk Fifth
Municipal Court.
The Secretary called the roll:
F'or confirmation — Messrs. Alexander,
Allain, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege.
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso. Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard. Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell, Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George, Grover. Herwiir,
Kelly, Ogden, liobeytson, Steven, White—LO.
E. Green as second assistant clerk Fifth
Municipal Court.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation — Messrs. Alexander,
Allain, Anderson, Blunt. Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage. Chadbourn. Crozier, Detiege
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps, Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Meesrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George, Grover. Herwig,
Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven,White—10.
If. Miller as third assistant clerk Fifth
Municipal Court.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation — Messrs. Alexander,
Allain, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch. Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege,
Dumont. Gia. Greene, Harper, Kelso. Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard. Stamps, Sypher.
Twitchell, Weber, Wharton. Whitney.
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George. Grover. Herwi?, Kell
Ogden. Robertson, Steven, White—10.
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
_
in
at
On motion of Mr. Anderson, the nomiaa
tion of Jacob Ryan as tax collector, parish of
Calcasieu, was taken up.
The Secretary called the roll
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander. AL'
lain. Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage. Chadbourn, Crozier. Detiege,
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso,
Landry. Masicot, Pollard, Stamps. Sypher,
Twitchell. Weber, Wharton, Whitne,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
burn, Eustis, George, Grover, Herwig.
Kelly, Ogden.iRobertson, Steven, White—12.
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
On motion of Mr. Kelso the nomination
of Larkin D. Corley as justice of the peace
Pineville ward, was taken up.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander,
Allain. Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster,
Burch, Cage. Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege.
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper, Kelso, Lan
dry, Masicot. Pollard. Stamps, Sypher,'
Twitchell, Weber, Wharton, Whitney,
Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black,
burn-, Eustis, George, Grover. Herwig
Kelly, Ogden. Robertson, Steven,White—10'
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
On motion of Mr. Lapdry the nomination
of Aaron Hill as sheriff of the parish of
Ascension was taken up, and then recon
sidered.
The Secretary caiied the roii:
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander,
Allain. Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brew
ster, Burch, Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier,
Detiege, Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper,
I Kelso. Landry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps.
Sypher, Twitchell, Weber, Wharton, Whit
ney. Young—26.
Against confirmation—None.
Absent and not voting—Messrs. Biack
buro. Eustis, George, Grover, Herwig. Kelly,
Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—It).
On motion of Mr. Twitchell, the nomiaa
tion of 7a. T. Weston as clerk of the district
court, parish of Red River, was taken up.
The Secretary called the roll:
For confirmation—Messrs. Alexander,
Allain, Anderson, Blunt, Breaux, Brewster.
Bureh, Cage, Chadbourn, Crozier, Detiege,
_________„ ouc „ c . .
Dumont, Gla, Greene, Harper. Kelso,
I Landry, Masicot, Pollard, Stamps. Sypher,
I Twitchell, Weber, Wharton. Whitnev.
I Yountt—26.
Against confirmation—None.
I Absent and not voting—Messrs. Black
I burn, Eustis, George, Grover, Herw>,
I Kelly, Ogden, Robertson, Steven, White—
10.
On motion the injunction of secrecy was
removed.
On motion, executive session was raised.
J. A. GREENE,
Assistant Secretary,
Tba carpet-baggers and negroes
all the stealing and commit all the
don't do
______the depreda
tions in the South. The Treasurer of the
State of Georgia, who is said to be a good
Democrat, bas been playing a cumber of
monetary tricks, which are supposed to be
not in strict accordance with all the pre
cepts of the moral law. He has falsified his
accounts and pledged the credit of the
State without legal authority. When he
paid bonds and coupons he forgot to cancel
them, and was so liberal of the State's fund
as to pay them the second time. He reports
credits to his account which are only imag
inary. and has been making a self-appropri
ation of the public funds to such an extent
that the Legislature, which supposed that
all appropriations should be made by it,
had to appoint a committee to inquire into
the management of the Treasurer's office.
The result of the investigation has been
that it has not been in all respects honest,
as the above counts in the indictment
show.— Piitiburg Dispatch. ■
A lady writer B#ysi "No hosiery is too
pretty for skating.'' As skating is not done
on hosiery the application of tbe remark is
not seen.
MOlftTART AND COMMERCIAL.
MONETARY.
NBW ORLRAHS REPUBLICAN OFFICE.!
Tuesday EtKxino, March 36, 1375. )
The money market continues quiet aud easy,
with a little better demand for discounts at some
of liie banks, while the offerings on the street
are of limited extent and the rates ef
commercial paper unchanged. We continue to
quote tirst Claes paper aud collateral loans for
eixty days at [email protected] cei.t p annum; A1 do at 10 912,
and second grade 15918. First, class mortgages
continue to rule at 9®10 p cent p annum, while
second grade are entirely nominal.
NEW ORLEANS CLEARING HOUSE.
Clearings. Balances
March 27..............$ 1,718 034 42
Man-h 29.............. 2,439.451 (In
Marcii 30.............. 1.338,231 76
*227.063 76
200,241 R9
191,129 68
*619 040 33
437.403 58
S01.521 29
971,173 05
Tima far this week... *6.195,727 24
Same time lest week.. 4 8 7 487 36
Total laet week....... 7,786 031 39
Total week before..... 10,591,259 111
We notice that the coupons of the second mo.
gage bonds of the New Orleans, Jackson aud
Great Northern Railroad Company, maturing on
tbe first proximo, will be paid on'and alter tin t
late, at the office of the New Orleans, St. Louis
aud Chicago Railroad Company, in New Orleans or
at New York.
Gold opened at 116I4 '®i 116 3 4. agalast lit at New
York, and after a limited business closed nominal
at U5l6'<z>ll5l4 (l be lower than attho opening),
against 115 in that market (l 7 „e lower than at
the opening:. The sales summed up *47,000. em
bracing *6000 at 11516: *30410 at 115 5 „; *1000 at
115 V *1000 at 116; *30,000 at 115*® 116 ,: *1000
at 116-u; #1000 at 11616; #2000 at U6V aud *1000
and #1900 at 115*.
No t-ales of silver were reported. American half
dollars are now quoted at 14:8 9108Cv. Mexican dol
lars continue to rule at OoaSoif.
Sterling exchange opened weak at previous
rates, but soon rapidly declined under the inti
euce of the falling off in gold and the demoraiizn
t;ou in bills at New York, and closed fully 6 lop
cent lower than yesterday lor commercial.-not
withstanding the subsequent improvement in bills
in that market, while bauk gave wav only 110 p
cent. The movement was limited, the sales being
confined to £17,000, embracing £2300 bill of lading
at *5 50k; £1500 and £3000 si clear at #5 53; £6000
bill of lading at *5 521.35 5 " 1 and £1500 and
£2500 bank at $5 57k.
_ Francs also responoed to the decline ingoi-1. a: 1
bills at New lock, and close! about >4 pen
lower than ye-terdav. The only sales repo.as
were 130,000 commercial at 4.57*, aud 30,000 ..
4.56*
At the close sterling hills were quoted at $5 5
®5 52 for bill of lading and Al clear, and — L
#5 57kj for bank, and francs at 4.37k for com
mercial and 4.53* for bank.
The offerings of domestic exchange we
Limited extent and with a mode . o demand < om
mer-cial was 11'ilt at pi. /ious taiei Ti,esa!9»o'
New York sight were confined to #120 000, em
bracing *40 000 and *50 000 commercial at 9-32 p
cent premium, and $30,<90 bank at 5 16.
The banks continued to cbeuk on New York at
I; P cent premium, and commercial sight was
still quoted at—a 5-16.
In stacks we noticed a better demand for New
Orleans Gaslight Company and New Oil- ins Mu
tual Insurance Association at improved ia.es, but
no transactions were reported.
The movement in bonus was of liberal extent.
The sales ef city gold bearing seven per cents com
prised *37,000, embracing *3001' at 37*: #2000 at
38',, $20,000 at 38k, and #10,000 at 38*. andtlie
sales and resales of new State conso'idatrd seven
percents *150,000, embracing #10,000, $10,000 and
#10,000 at. 58*; $10,000 $10,000 and #10,000 at 58k
*10,000. $10,0uo and #10,000 at 53*; $20,000 at 59V
and $20,(810 and $20,000 at 60. The market for the
former cloned at about 38 k, against 38* yesterday,
aud for the latter at about 60, against 58* yester
day
City scrip is in fair demand, scarce and higher,
being quoted about "9H, against 39 yesterday. No
sales were report4«l.
We did not hear of a sale of Metropolitan Police
warrants. They were quoted at 52k.
Nothing transpired in State warrants. Old were
quoted at 30 3 33; newat 5(ln53, and legislative per
diem at 973—.
COMMERCIAL.
Tuesday Evening, March CO, 1875.
COTTON—The sales to-day (not including 900
bales additional yesterday) were confined to 235)
bales, at irregular and easier prices, requiring a
partial reduction of *c m our quotations. We
give also the figures and rtpoi! or the Exchange
in full, as below:
AMERICAN STANDARD
CLASSIFICATION.
General
Exchange
quotations.
quotations.
'W—
_
. 13 s a 313
13X
.14 a\\ h
.I4 s j®14',!
I
.15 ®15^
_
.15V315-.
15j,
.!5«i®15^

.15
13 ?i
.16^®I6ij

. 16*6® 16.V.
16 3.
*17H®17.S
17^

inferior.................
Low ordinary..........
Ordinary................
Strict ordinary..............14
Oood ordinary..........
Stiict good ordinary...
Low middling...........
Strict low middling.....
Middling.....................1576316
Strict middling.....
Good middling......
Middling fair................17*317
Fair.................
The Liverpool telegrams rather disappoint
ig expectation, and futures reported loner
at New York, combined with a decided decline in
sterling exchange and rainy weather, to check the
movement, and the market was extremely quiet
throughout the day. Under these circumstances
factors found it necessary in order to effect soles
to make concessions, and in many cases the pri> es
accepted indicated a decline of fully r. in others
the .ailing off was less marked, and it ih doubtfu
aa to what extent buyers could have gone on at
the ruling rates, most of the stock being held at
higher figures. Our quotations, however, are ad
justed in accordance whli the act ml business.
The sales of the past three aays ium up
12,150 bales (6000 on Saturday, 3800 yesterday, in
cluding 900 not reported until today, and 2.50
o-day), against 19.750 for the corresponding time
last week, and 15,950 the week before.
Gross receipts since Friday evening, 6731 bales,
embracing 324 from other delivery ports (of
which 194 bales from Mobile, 3 from Florida
and 127 from Texas), and 6427 proper, against 5261
proper last week and 9035 laet year. Total proper
since August 31, 920 653 bales, against 1,093,339.: last
year—decrease 172,681.
The week's exports comprise 29,63(1 bales, em
bracing 8982 to Liverpool. 1010 to Cork for order <.
l(l,560jto Havre. 2135 to Revel, 1249 to Malaga. 2859
te Boston, 1351 to New York and 842 to Phila
delphia.
The Exchange telegrams make the receints at
all the ports irom 12 M. yesterday to 12 M. to
day, 6295 bales, against 3191 last week, and 9307
last year, and since Friday 23,607 bales, against
21,650 last week, and 32,554 last year. Total since
August 31, 3,167,415 bales, against 3,393 235 up to
Monday noon, March 30, last year (excluding the
above 9)03)— decrease 225,320.
Exports (Friday to Monday inclusive) to Great
Britain 16,880 bales, against 13,722 last week aud
10,471 last vear. and to tbe continent 11,107 baits,
against 9332 last week and 26,653 last year.
Stocks at all the delivery ports made up to 12
51. 634,136 bales, against 676,767 last week and
610,252 last year.
The amount on sliiDboard not cleaned going on
board and engaged lor shipment, was set down at
the opening this morning at 71,500 bales, em
bracing 32,000 for Liverpool, 211 000 for Havre, 1500
for Soain, 1000 for the Mediterranean, 6000
for the North Sea and 3u00 bales for the
North, which, when deducted from the stock ou
hand by our running statement yeslerday evening,
leaves 126,000 bales to represent the quantity at
the lauding and in pfesees unsold or awaiting
orders.
The Exchange reports: "Sales 2750 bales, includ
ing 900 after 3 P. M. yesterday: market dull." Its
rotations are reduced 'icon all grades.
COTTON 8TATE3IENT.
rock on hand September l, 1874.......
Arrived sioce last statement..... i
Arrived previously................1,058,119—1.059
Bales.
13,953
Total.........................
Cleared to-day...................
bleared previously...............
........1,075,304
, 11,668
870,609-338,277
bleared previously...............
870,609-338,277
Stock on hand and on shipboard, not cleared. 137.027
Stock same time last vear....................245,116
To-day's exports embraced 4739 bales to Liver
pool, 5630 to Havre, and 1249 toNIalaga.
Receipts proper since last evening 1151 bales,
against 692 on ast Tuesday, and 4056 last year.
For comparative totals for the past three days,
and for the year, and for three days exports and
receipts at ail ports see above report.
TOBACCO—We notice some further receipts,
but have not a transaction to report. The
amount on sale Is estimated at 3375 hhds.
We continue to quote as follows: Inferior
Inga 9®9*c; medium to fine 10®11 *c; low leaf
„ - . - ------ — - —
Md MuSttSS^nuaa^ 1405 g00d " 0116 15 ® 16 * c '
'
ton tp Liverpool 7-J6d; (oAntwero
5 *; to Bouton, Providence and Fail
*®20c.
FREIGHTS—Tlie market continues inanimate.
Cotton is shipping by all rail at 70c 4? i in fts to
Baltimore aad 75c to Philadelphia and Nen- York;
and 87!-;<; to Bo-ton. We continue to quote as fol
lows:
By steam—Cotton
via Philadelphia
River via New Yoik and Philadelphia 7 4c; to Phila
delphia *c.
By sail—Cotton to Liverpool ; s d,- to Havre
13 16c; to Bremen 1516c; to Cronstalit F.d; to
Boston 34C.
SUGAR—Received this morning 101 hhds. The
demand ia f air, especially for tbe medium grades
of open kettle. Yellow clarified is dull. Prices aie
strong and steady, and the supplies on the landing
sold at 5)4®€*c for inferior; 6*®6*c for common;
77^7 ft fftp fair* 7 l. n 7Up f7»r* rmArl fair, 75 n
37*c for fair; 7* a 7Hc for good fair, 7*®7*c for
fully fair; 8c for prime; 8*®8*c for strictly
prime; 8 *c tor choice; 7®8*c for seconds; 9®9*c
for yellow clarified; 9*310c for off white clarified
and lOHc for pure white clarified. The stock in
the alieds is mostly held ny dealers who are sell
ing to factors and grocers at the above outside
prices. The market is bare of white clarified ia
first hands.
MOLASSES—Received Sms morning 98 bbls, most
ly of inferior quality. The market ;a quiet and
steady with good descriptions in request. Tbe
supplies on the landing sold at 45c for common for
menting; 55c for prime fermenting, and 60c for
prime, uot fermenting. Stock in the sheds on the
twenty-sixth instant. 6450 bbls and 1<8 half bbls.
As with sugar, the stock in tbe sheds is mostly
beld by deiaers who are selling to factor* and
grocerB in job lots at 50c- for common, 55c for fair,
60c for prime, 65c for etrictiy prime and 68®70c tor
choice.
FLOl'R—T he market is quiet to-da--, following
yesterday's activity, when there were sales of
5500 bbls, about half each for the local trade and
tor Cuba. To day the sales were confined to 1350
bbls to the local trade, of which 50 double extra at
$5; 30 choice treble extra at $5 40: 43 and 82 do at
#5 50; 25 at #3 62)4; 50 choice extra at #5 75- 40
and 45 choice extra at #6 #> bbl; 40, 150, 200 and
400 bbis on private terms. The stock on hand is
very small; unusually so for this period, and only
bbls came in by railroad thia morning. Tlie
medium aod lower grades are very scarce and in
request for tbe local trade, and there are few or no
round lot* on hand suitable for export. As usual
toward the close of the month buyer* are holding
off, but a brisk trade i* expected after the first
proxinio at mueh stronger prices. Some purchases
made lately are held for an improvement. The
stock to Erst hands-ls estimated at 15,990 barrels:
an account of it will be taken tn-morrow
- CORN MRAL—Tho market is dull at yesterdar*s
decline with a good stock on band. Only 200
bhls sold ,of which 100 at *3 70, and 50 and 50 at
$3 75 p nbl. None came ia this morning.
COW PKA8—The market is dull and deereatted
with a large stok us hand aud liberal supplies
coming in 4n large a nd small consignments from
every direct ion. Three car leads were offered, to
arrive, at #1 35 p bushel and no sa'es. Dealers
have a airmail job trade, on orders, at *2 23 ®2 50 P
bushel, as in quality. It is quoted and hold at
wholesale at *232 13 p bushel.
PORK—Small stock, none cuning in, good de
mand, and prie.es ruling still higher, with strong
telegrams from CtJcago. The sales to dav em
brace 1000 bhls mess, comprising 300, to arrive, at
#22; 50 repacked at *21 75; 150 original ou private
terms; loo at *22; 100 and uOOajxtra heavy, in three
fcenup; i'"' »v t•
equallots. ou the landing, at #22 25 P bbl. Sub
sequently offers of *22 25 were refused and $22 50
asked for original. Some lots are held at $23, and
repickt-' is now held at $22. Dealers are .jobbing
repacked at $22, and original at #22 50 ® 23 -#>■ bbl.
DRY SALT MB4T—Scarcely any coming in, amt
none in first hands. Dealers' stocks are small, aud
the demand is good at S*c for shoulders, loose,
8V.,c yacked; ll*c for clear rib .siilea; and ll*c
for clear a'dea. Only 20.000 »s sliouldera, loose,
came in tbis morning, and were taken up at once
at the above prices. Later 2 car loads of shoulders
sold at 8*c, and we heard of some at a little
higher and 14 casks clear ribs at 11 *. Dealers 00
taiu * 0 over the above prices in their job trade.
B4UOX—Small stock, good demanu, very little
co.ning in and fully *c stronger. The sales to
doy embr-.ee 135 ca'ks, of winch 25 casks shoul
ders, to arrive. at9*c; 10 casks clear rib sides,
spor, at 12*c, 40 anil 19 do, at 12!sc; 10 do clear
sides, spor, at 13 Sc, and 40 do, to arrive, at 13*e
jjs fi5. Shoulders are now heid at 9*C: clear rib
sid-s 12*c: clear sides 13*0 ^ Its, with offers of
jess relused, An offer of 13*c was refused tor 25
casks clear sides.
LARD—Dull. Tierce is quoted at 14o for kettle
and 14kie for refined; keg i5* Li 1,7 *c. p IS. Job
bing *c ov«r these prices.
BREAKFAST BACoN-Is duff and quoted at 13c
*15.
SPARE RIBS—The market is bare. The last in
first bands sold at $3, and dealers are retailing
them at 910 & *bl.
PIG PORK—la selling readily ia lota at #10 50®
10 75 ha f hbl, and is jobbing at #11 ji> halt bbl.
PICKLED PIGS' iUNtil'ES—Command 5*c
pi <--.
CORN IS BULK—Only 15.000 bushels on hand.
Supp. es wet* offered. 10 ernve, at 78c jfv bushel.
HAMS—Fresh and choice sugar cured comoiaud
13®l::*o 15. ss in brand
WHiskY—G ood stock but no demand. Louisiana
Tec,.tied and ordinary Western is quoted at $1 12
Li I 14 and choice Western #1 15 a 1 16 p gallon
A lot of 25 bids Louisiana rectified sold at $1 13 p
gallon
WHEAT IN BOLK-The barge load of 25,000
husheia which sold, to arrive, a fortnight auo, fa
just In: it Is No. 2 spring, and proves to be really
desirable. Another load of 25,l>00 bushels has just
sold, to arrive, for export, on private terms. Sup
plies <o arrive are offered at $1 10 p bushel,
CORN IN SACKS—Is in fair supply and guilt de
mand for the local trade, at yesterday'# prices.
1000 and 2500 sacks white and yellow mixed sold at
88c, and 150 choice white at 90c jr bushel. Only
232 sacks came in this morning by the railroad.
OATS—Fair supply aud limbed demand. Price*
have fallen 2c jp bushel. 700 sacks sold, of which
4o0 at 78c, and 300 at 80c j* bushel. None in this
morning.
BRAN—ts in light supply and good demand but
at weaker prices. 250 sacks sold, of which 150 at
$1 40, and 100 at $1 45 100 tbs. None in this
morning.
HAY—Good supply and dull. No sales. Prime is
quoted at $24; choice $23 ton. None in this
morning.
BALING TWINE—Selling at 14c V 15 at whole
sale, and 16c at retail.
FERTILIZERS—The demand is not good on ac
count of the lateness of tiie season and rainy
weather. Peruvian guano sells at 9110 20'ton
2000 fhs; a less quantity, at 6c ^ ft. Raw
bone supernhospbare #65 # ton. Pelican tor
tilizer #35 jo ton, 2009 fta; No. 1 blood #60; No. 2
blood $45; fertilizing substance, phosphates (fine
gronnd bones) $45 ton; superphosphate ot lime.
#65 f> ton; phosphate nrecipitate #60 ^ ton; dried
flesh, in powder, #50 ton; dried blood, in powder,
$75 $ ton; hair, horns in powder, $50 fe ton.
BAGGING—Prices are firm; fair demand. Do
metric jute is selling in job lots at 13*®14c; round
lots 13*®13k.c j* yard; lieinit 13*®l:s*c; no flax
here; India is quoted at 10c at wholesale and 11 n 2P
yard at retail.
EGGS— Good sunply and vary little inquiry,
tjuoted at 20®25c dozen.
POULTRY—Western grown chickens sell at *6;
ducks] #4®>4 50; geese #6®3; turkeys #24®
26 dozen. Louisiana grown chickens $4®6;
ducks #3®!; geese #6®7; turkevs $18®2l
dozen.
NAVAL STORES—No new crop of rosin in yet.
The demand ia moderate. Good supply ot spirit*
*----- •- jIj, , ■
turpentine, pitch and tar. Rosin B and C sella at
#1 75; Fand G $2 20; H $2 50 bbl: enirits tur
selling slowly.
pentine 35c gallon; pitch #2 65®2 75 » bb!; tar
$2 25 per half fib! aud $4 bbl.
COFFEE—Trade is active, aud prices arc firm.
Sales are large to dealers and grocers. We quote
cargoes; Ordinary fair 16*®164ic; good
16*®17c; grime 17*®17kc jp ft; job lots, ordi
nary, 15*®16c; fair 16*®17c; good 17*®17*0:
prime 18® 18*c ^ ft. Stork in first hands, 4505
bags; in bauds of dealers. 3M!(i begs. •
LAED OIL—Quoted at $1 (J7&1 15 *> gallon.
LINSEED OIL—Sells at fn®95c ri gallon.
COAL OIL—Sells at 17®19c P gallon in bbls, and
26®>30c in cases.
PECANS—Are scarce and are
Quoted at i0®llc p ft.
RICE—There is a small local trade, but no inquiry
for shipment. We quote: Louisiana No. 2 4®4*e;
common 5*®5*c; ordinary 6®6*c; fair b*®7c:
prime 7*@7J4c#' ft.
GUNNY BAGS—Nothing doing. Quoted at lie in
balcsand 15*c resewed.
IMPORTED FRUITS AND NUTS.-Good supply
with a fair demand. Sicily oranges are quoted at
$2 75®3 50 P box; lemons #4®4 50 p box; layer
raisins $3 lop box; hall boxes #1 75® 1 90; quar
ter boxes 75®9flc; bananas $1®2 50 p bunch
citron 30c p % currants 6*®7c; Brazil nut*
10e; a>ninnda2l®22*c; Alberts 12*®17c; dates6)4
®3!jc p Hi; cocoanut3 $40345 p lu00.
CoO^EHAOK—Mola"B«8 barrels are gellinz at
$1 25; half barrels 9<>c; s T izar hogsheads $J 75
"™ce. Hogshead poles $55 ^ 1000; barrel pob
COAL—The retail demand has slackened; the sea
son is almost ox er. River trade ia quiet. There is
some 1 trie inquiry at wholesale for plantations.
Pltt.hiir. I. -38 a Ja k*.i ... „i__
Pittsburg la selling at 35c P bbl ~ at whole
sale, 75c at retail, #7 F hhd, 60c F box to
stoamboatB. »»vi 65c to manufacturers; Virginia
canDel 90c j9 bbl.
TALLOW—Good aupply and demand. Quoted at
h'SHhc p ft.
GUANO—Good inquiry and vervlittie here. It
is early in the season, however, and what little is
here commands 6c ft. Supplies would bo
to
12
readily price.
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO—Desirable grades
of summer work are scarce. No. 1, jp ft ex
tra fancy 79334c; fine 65&70o; fine medium
64369c; good medium 59®64c: bright quarters,
medium 54358c; bright navy 45, 53, 54®59c; black
sweet 54c; No. 1, fives and tens, dark black sweet
54358c; navy lbs. do 545:58c; navy, thirds, do
54358c; fancy atylhs, natural leaf, twist, pancake,
etc..64 386Ke.
BEEF—The supply is small and tbe demand fair.
Fuiton Market is quoted at #11 4()®li 5li 49 half
bbl; Texas 810911 50 bbl; i.alf bbls $7 5033;
Western $14316 jP' bbl.
IRON COTTON TIES—The Arrow tie is selling
at 5c jp tt>. with a discount on round lots. Pieced
Arrow ties. 1) feet, sell at 34ic net; 8 foet 6 inches
3*4C net. The Beard x Brothers tie sells at GE c
ft. with a discount on round lots.
COTTON SEED IN SACKS—The receipts are all
taken by the factories, who funffsh sacks and nay
$ lo ton delivered on tbe levee.
. . --------------------. ,
MOSS—No stock here <u any consequence; good I
demanu. Black sells at 4 * ®5c; gray 21,®3E.i; city
picked 7®llc j|» ft.
OAK STAY F.S—Receipts are large. The demand I
limited aud what little is doing emuprites I
small orders for Npain. Kxtra pipe 56*incii are I
quoted at $177 50^180; extra pipe, 56-incli $!50 |
«135; %ht pipe, 56 fo 60 inch, $U0®115 ; extra
hogshead. 4H !uch, $180; extra claret, 40-iucb, I
$^;V<zd0o 1200. These quotatiens are for staves I
«TAR^CANDLES—Quoted at 15 S S15V.C th.
~ r ~' rw nail And the demand is
STARCH—Arrival* ...
moderate. SelliDg at 4'« a ri^c P ft.
MALT—Spring sells at $1 80 3 1 35; fall $140
®1 45; California $1 503 1 55 ^ bushel.
HOPS—Fair supply and no trade for it. New
York are quoted at 45 347c; Wisconsin 4ii345c; Cali
fornia 48 a 50c p ft.
DRIED FRUIT—Small stcck. Fair demand for
apples, but peaches are dull. Apples sell at 93
9lie. Peaches are quoted at 737^,c j* ft.J
BEANS AND WKeTERN PEAS—No local demand
for greeq peaB: resliipments to the West are large,
owing to prices there being higher. Northern
beans are in light supplv arid fair demand. Green
peas are quoted #7 50 ®3 50 j* bbi; Northern beans
3>4'® 4c: Western 2%®:icP ft.
CHEESE—Trade is slack, owing to the last day
of the month. The stock is small, anil prices are
unchanged. Inferior Western is quoted at 10®l2c;
eho'ee 15316c; English da ry, Western, lba-17e;
English dairy, Northern, 18c: New York cream
13318J-.C; Young America 23c & 1b.
ESCULENTS AND GREEN VEGETABLES—Small
stock and very little arriving. Tlie demand is good.
The market is aim - *1 baie or apples and sourkrout.
Onions are scarce and in request. Potatoes— Early
rose and peach blow* are quoted at *334 ft bbl.
800 bbls peach blows sold ou the lauding at #3 ft
bbl. Apples sell at $435. Sourkrout 610312 ft
boh Cabbages #11315 ft 100.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
OFFICE OP THE REPUBLICAN,
Wednesday, March i.1375.
CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Thear.e. for Liver
British steamship VIcksbur,
pool
Steamship Wilmington. Holmes, for Key West aud
Cedar Keys
Norwegian ship Hercules. Neiison, for Havre
Norwegian bai k Saga, Olsen, for Malaga
German hark Freihauuel, Waechter, for Havre
ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Memphis, Mellon, from Liverpool 6th
instant, to Silas Weeks Scco—4th district
Schooner Fred Dunbar, Connor,6 (lavs from Ruatan
Island, te S Oteri—2d district PT
Schooner 8 K Fabens, Lrmen. 6 days from Ruatan
Island, to S Oteri-2d district P T
Schooner Ladv Woodbury, Woodburv. 5 dayV'from
Ctilia. to J Mac-heca—2d district PT
STEAMBOATS.
Future City and 4 barges, Go!!, from .St Louis
Susie Silver, Silver, from 8t Louis
Charles Bodmann. Shinkle, from Cincinnati
Wawenock. Gleason. Irom Bonnet Carre
Texas, Stinde, from .Slireveport
Annie B, Rolfs, from Barataria
Henry Tete. Aucoin. from Thibodaux
Bertha. Burton, from Washington
Ruth, Solace, from Washington
Lotus ho 3. Dannals. from Jefferson
B^LOW—COMING UP.
Norwegian ship Tro*, Brize, from Grimsby Febru
ary 9. to master
ship Mayflower. Harrington, from Harr* February
14, in ballast, to Schultz fcco—
• .WAITING ORDERS.
Ship Kentuckian, Dunbar, from Liverpool February
19. ta master—
Ship Hampton Court, Yolk, 57 day* from Liverpoo'
to master—
Ship Algoma, Curry, from Liverpool January *26
to master—
Bark Nellie May, Blair, 55 days from Liverpool, to
Decan, Zerega Aco—
EXPORTS.
MALAGA—Bark Saga—1249 bale* cotton 731(
staves
HAVRE—Bark Freihandel—2193 bales cotton I860
staves
HAVRE—Ship Hercules—3-137 bales cotton (r>i
bdls hides 2000 staves
LIVERPOOL—Steamship Vicksburg—1789 hales
cotton 1721 sks oilcake 758 aks cotton seed meal 573
bbls rosin 36 hhd* tobacco 15 bales skins 12 bales
moss # 17,468 in specie 5 bbis mdse 1200 staves
KEY WEST AND CEDAR KEYS—Steamship Wi,
nihgton— For Key West—775 bbls flour 100 bblB fer
tilizer* 15 bbl* whisky 15 oka bacon 75 tes grease
2215 ska corn 40 «ks oats 500 sks bran 19 tea hams
288 pkg* mdse For Cedar Keys—203 bbls flour !J
bbl* whlakv 20 cks i#acon 221 sks com 45 ska aata
202 pkgs mdse
IMPORTS.
HAVRE—Bark Fritz—450 basket* potatoes
CARDENAS—Schooner A Richardson—JO)
meiado
LIVERPOOL—Ship Preston—5180 sks salt
LIVERPOOL—Ship Virginia—6200 sks salt 60 dozen
mats
hhbs
LIVKRPOOL—Ship Mary K Chapman—TI80 sko
salt 47,700 slates
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE.
ST LOUIS—Steamer Future City and 4 barges—
8552 bbis flonr 2064 half bbls flour 759 bbls meal 255 •
bbls pork 106 tea lard 2378 sks corn 2189 ska outs 714
sks limn 2213 sks oilcake 1223 sks oilcake meal 2).1
bale* hay 2 bale* cotton 52 ck* bacon 22,126 bushe s
wheat in bulk and sundry produce
NT LOUIS—Steamer Susie Silver—622 bales cotton
73* sks coin 962 sks oats 500 aks bran 155 cks baco 1
692 bhls flour 350 bbls meal 360 sks malt 500 buckets
lard loo tea lard and sundry produce
CINCINNATI—Steamer Charles Boilman n—21
bales cotton 22 hhds tobacco 87 cks bacon 1205 sks
corn 2793 sks oats 911 sk* oilcake 341 bbls pork 425
bbls whisky 1S6 bbis flour 75 tea lard and sundry
produce
SHREVEPORT—Steamer Texas—261 bales cotton
363 sks cotton seed 371 sks oilcake 105 bbls oil and
sundries
BONNET CARRE—Steamer Wawenock—13 Mills
sugar 10 bbis meAtaea 25 sks rough rice and sun.
THIBODAOX—Steamer Henry Tete—77 hhds su
gar 3 bbls sugar 46 bbls molasses and •undnee
WASHINGTON—Steamer Bertha—300 bales cotton
573 sks cotton seed 10 hhds sugar 39 bbls molasses
84 head cattle and sundries
WASHINGTON—Steamer Ruth—130 bales cotton
6 hhds sugar and *nndrie«
JEFFERSON—Steamer Lotus No 3 —693 bales ol
ootton and sundries
BARATARIA—Steamer Annie B—Sundries
RECEIPTS BY RAILROADS.
MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAILROAD
March 30 —96 bales cotton 25 bbds sugar 3 bbls su
gar 19 bbls molasses 371 head cattle and sundries
NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD. Marcii
30—5 bale* cotton 32 cks bacon 19 bxs bacon 75 ten
bams 434 pkgs tobucoo 13 bbls whisky 1274 sks peai
and tnadrie*
NEW ORLEANS, ST LOUIS AND CHICAGO RAIL
ROAD. March 30—117 bale* ootton and anndries
STEAMSHIPS
BREMEN.
North German Lloyd.
STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW on
LEANS, VIA HAVRE, SOUTHAMPTON AJl
Havana.
The steamehlp* of the Marti
German Lloyd will run as fallow*
iy* ot departure will be advertise.
rther
hereafter.
_. From Bremen. From New Orleans
HANNOVER.......January 12 Februarv Is
FRANKFURT......Februaiy 9 March 17
HANNOVER.......April 6 May 9
Tbe steamers tonch outward at Havre and H.»
vana, and on their home trip at Havana aa.
Southampton, to land and receive passengers an.
freight.
PRICES OF PA88AGE.
From Bremen, Southampton or Havre to Havaxi
or New Orleans.
Steerage.............................;...... 4.1
From New Orleans or Havaua to Southampton
Havre or Bremen.
®» bln ........................................... go!.
Steerage................................... «
From New Orleans to Havana.
t'kbia..........................................
ieerage.................................... j. *
Passage tickets from Bremen, Southampton a
Havre to New Orleans Issued by the under*: ras*
NAP fll rfllMP nsvtlaiilnn — — 1 — a. —
For further particulars apply tc
ED. F. STOCKMIIER k
au3 ly
CO., Agent*.
No. 42 Union street.
LIVERPOOL AND NEW ORLEANS LIN;
OP STEAMERS.
BUILT EXPRESSLY FOR THE NEW oRLlaJ
TRADE.
THE MISSISSIPPI AND DOMINION LINE.
FIRST CLASS POWERFUL SCREW STEAMER.*
IAL, (building)...........
3N^Captain Bouchette..
nfitin r
MONTREAL,
DOMINION,________
Capfain French....... . .
Ca P. tain Roberts.........
MEMPHIS, Captain Mellon......
TEXAS, Captain Lauvensou....
MISSISSIPPI, Captain Wrake...*.
QUEBEC, Captain Bennett
Toaa
.....
.....
.....3*k
.....
.....35. J*
.....23*
......
yuDOEu, Lapiaia Bennett......
st. LouisjTaptain Reid ..;...;;;;.-;.;;;;
Ear Liverpool Direct.-y,
steamship
VICKSBURG,
m iT" h a 7 ?" ®^«?Ma'rS" maaCli? ''
" t he 4r,,T b '' rf, / oot of Jackson street, Pour:
lading to HT^e B™mer*'« 'T '^ough'bffi.
tmdam a^dSrio B nri?. e n n ^J" r *' ^twerp,
Fro:
District.
nrehiS ™™iH 8 their friend* <
purchase prepaid emigration tickets here
auction a lowed when applied for in
SOH BAVAM^cg^K-57—
United Stales May Line.
7 .*?-"***•. Von
SfiBSRSg:
waamers Irom New Or!**
Every Wedaeiday.
Touching at Cedar Rev* and 1,1®. .
n ,*ng with tteameri for AnalaAiJl.- 9
and Tamua. P»iachlco;a. Sx Ma*
RATES OF PASSAGE
_ To Key West. *f„ r a
.............................. 10 Xj;
steerage.... ............
Through bilU of lading ImiiaH .4 **
J!L on ?** includiug Tampa ana * al L P°!ati!
Charleston and Savannah. Ua 10 **
* one the
»nd none signed after *£'ll!!-* ffi t ? f Win* s.gn,
Splendid pesaengeTaccornmnsJ*?® stearnsr-_
ticket* given to at -ovT'MtoT ,Utl<>n ««
office, ^i^h* received without pen**
For freight or paaure mp], ^
FOR FUlLADKLFHiA
I^IOU u
ion •ti***
Philadelphia and- Heatl
ahlp Company—
Htntei. Mnll*.
Catharine,
YAZOO, L. D. Barrett conn
C.W.LORD.L.c®SnS A
To (ail TUESDAY
Fine
IbJSKK Win
J action aqoare, a* sbovm
Passage to Havana (United
£*»"*« to Philadelphia!!.
Through ticket* lwned tej
ep!7 ly Corner^®
HAVANA
fall 8t**»*
the Celled
.........1100 SOI
. at 5 P. M.
Itfnmihi?
LOUD.
bS, Command*:
wharf eppoii*
Btea currency)...I
BANKS^
•J^OUISIAMA
York............ M
YORKK, Again,
it and Gravier *tr*n
BANKING.
SAFE DEP<
No. ||j
CAPITAL.
IGS BANK
IT COMPANYv
Imp Mtreei.
K.C. PA
JAMES!
..8500,01
*. CONEBT.
J. JT. KELLf
DAVID "
It* cspit*l *i*
CKNTINTE
jmr
President.
>ff. Vice President,
Mrectors:
FRED. WINO.
Ruls3-ttSSRS.ffir
,..v.
P. CA
AT LAW.
tO LI., " ~~ ~
ATTORNEY
ml:7 lm
ruG
°Rney at t
• 3 » c »r«ndele^ , AVV '>
the State »nj * tp *©t.
Alio 4 Feder »i Co„
AND - ''OUCITOR OF pay,
CUIMS. P4TB »TS A
campbru.,
torney at
L A\V,
( **»*v«t from »a Ute
nWl* " a u ■*. Ch*rle* , tl
feet).

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