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-- -- - ----------- -------- ---jyt- OFPIOIAL JOU RNAL OF THE STATE OF L OIYSIANA. VOL. II---NO. 10:." NEW OtLE. ANS, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1877. PRICE, FIVE ENTh. NEWS BY MAIL. TUN (tA)1ýt#týMII(t1CI IN, Y. Tr6IW ION, L 3 g tyg r ha$i titsen thewpwln Cilrl r t te saute wIrri bbnt ld that 11 h PI PI(It # hitltegnrslr Wtru ltte Ilawrea. nnort).innt atieloewI hlb.rt maw. l W t Ii.jpy, (pp0I.-r u L rlan atid 4tavml Marv'aVg Athei b r Fmst malw; w111.m p1,"1r >tbljn 5 bV ot. to 1 y fith Ils hiltrnesi" Wliipt"gh, t, f r lb. tnh. Im~atnr.M e~u ntwial vag tc lb - *u, h ha~teis lulog hgatt~ a1-y ae to tabor for is gluon III cur Wasllitl#gOtn ý U t l tllt plan w i it rell * 9 s! I ltl~*lll ý Wtt~e tlta tPegislainrlim es it rnr~tavass or of tlel fo ( wetnor tly thils I,egiiatitclr a1111 a~ tt by the ttlrrinll to tll, re of its(~ttovarllt to hsve hoen .li'etl,,I if his planI falls, il tl bselevse that the trh)4;l wdil tie WiLl' ao4 the people orf l,u'iisliaa ahit'wfrl to their dildheiiiia s 55 tbpsl t 1', npon Thi Is Ootlwttltnotlio dev.nitiU wishe by I I, nrwrats. the delay may p rov toor tntiul fr tlhir p1i Not INVHIJTIUATION IN oittsirst tIe lharareter of the mettnllter of sirs The Tr ul.utry qunitionllol (ipeial to unlcinetnalt oinrnmteIal. WAuttronroox, March 9.--A erl-'us chlinrge It mde, upon remponaiile atnlori y, nff.oinlg a.t ebrter of thit HMollehor or the J''tr.eatry I latrtlt Attorley WVelie, of ilthq ,liril.t itl tb the eftaet that In 18781 a iiemler, t he lee'et v I0 fotee was nldtledt hby the granld ,lly flor ' r In mnakilu oath to a franllatlet vrhoihr'r i0om , whiolt wa, rrejct.d by Illlnflrrr Wile 0 i tolletter on the grlttd Ihat it twa " Ikd." Welle, in hiel opecplly or l)mtrit At. ep , deliberately eiqlieahedi the Inldltidein, St ever eaw Itist rilltelde the rooM of thtý Iury. sl'he rAlle tuicher wan manl pre= llt.d 'Jet before the les I at ;tltlillt a hillon went et !t nItwithmtanding the faratt were lail be N.t AOtor Talhoit, hie Maliled tanl eed it as 0 att00 i id t ware paid. The aife1r thae a ilhby 800?10, bi the peresn bringngl the eharge is . lb. e lfor hIto eoraey, Tl e tanduot of WeI ad Talboit would seem to need investiga TMN COMNIMIIMIONtR.l, helOt UIOglraphlie of the Five Illltin. gulshed Nondeaerlhpt Joints. pllsWul to the N. Y. Tribune, Wehinlgton, Marsh 9R,] IX (OlV. itlOWN ItB tl Deorlnta on the oormmnielon. lie wan SOII .slteIodier during the late war I and oeýI to the ran of mnaor general, In lia0 he rrel4ideiit of the OnIatl.tioonal Cionvention of Ie, and was liberal and laitiant l in tIl1 SOl maIt, tnaltounly favoring the enfranoblee. .Ient of the colored rare. r· flhe. iAWtI.RY toa Koptibliean, who served elean thronlh the SIl, oing from O"nnetlrut as esptain of the tm en pan of it firt regimen', and leaving e iy a ilor tilenelral of Uie oilted M atem. eo h eleted to UOugreme in 172. l an ain . Though a soldier and an ardetl RItipon. lhe anway expreeted ol drinrate views in hil i ti ~ýpeohe iLn CongrO.ee+ tlough he wae, laLytiwlllng to coumprmulle willh wrong, In to ry, ~5Il78. In a d.ebto in r eatoling to the eiO roll those veterans of 1812 who had l en i*oI from itby reoaon of their sytllpatty with f ttgiiandb to the UCt.rladrarcy, he arl : " I wOild heii hatide with ail who hlav,; laid down arst in spirit a well as in rfte;" but aildedl, i td leve omethi thi toll future geletra Sthat it is not Wiee to irft o.e '4 htaid agilntt e fla of his rtlltry." A i'rePoilent of the t Conammieston, Ot. hawley tiedl mtany Utile for prtonIt;In, a frlietllly feeitog be tien the men of the North alol H1oiMonth, and imn proved them. l1i9t . iAttl AN.. Gon. tarlan i well known l.irorughullt the Wlitry is the leading notive Itoptliilin orf Klint tq I. 1871 and 'aso in 1171, he wem tho lie. p oatldtltate for (Iovernor in that Htale, 00n each cocaeion proved his gruat popilarlity by rinnarg several thouland vote. shead of Ihe Iemlder of his tclket, lie has beeIn the law r. .of ex-secrotary tiriettwo in honimvillf. h ohargeo of Mr. Brietow's oanvate for the S.ltinaton in the (lln.inati Convention. On tOht oelon the highly reepoetable character of te l eatlemen who acoompanied thon. ltrlan sf1menlatoky anli made up the Itate dtlelega ts wih Ia eubjeOt of general remark by those In ttenadance upon the convention. It in doubtful if1any Repblioan couledhe named who would he ote a aeeptable to the Domoorate as a member o!the Louana Commisemon than (ten. Harlarn. JUtDlG 1.AWHRE('I ie well known in the West as a diestingunllhed Ju alt and ooneervative Rleputbloan. 1He mtandi in the iret rank of the llhnois bar. in H73l, durin the Intense GOranger a ritement In the eeat, he -e an oplinio al a member of the ilpreme C lrt of nllnolci adverse to some of the treme views of the leadeor of the farm. OW war, The Orangere retaliated by defeatintg hi rleotion. Hutthbrqnttt events have proved SoOrreetanes of Jntlge lawrenit'e ('tpilion, Thte Jdge was tite cholee of thea l te abllane for a ceat in the United istlre eblato ftroz Illinosl when Mr. logan w.n m , and Wae blealen by .illdl(o h)avim . O.ly a few votrm. lie is a whIr man of p Ildependeuoct of thought stil ramtarkable Sability, and i. very conservative in nhi we. 1i moral conurage in ntaending up fir hia opiIlIon, deliboeratly fnon l, whtther tllohy tlre pup)lur Or not, is ploverbial in the Weet. WAVYNIr lA"iA VYllt, lthgh the son-in-law of ex-Ronalor Himon ron has been roared in a differont politioel his appointment ie univormslly bolieved iood one. p* Overhaultng the Loll. a N[8peolal to Cinolunati Enquirer. I WWaSatxorolT, March 29.--There are evidence. Otlativity at the Navy D)epartmoat. which indi t*esthia 8eoretay Thompon wants to know man about# the whereabouts of a certaln 1300,000 on et4ooniat tf the sale of the old navy yard at delpbih and that to penetrate the nystery b.elOb surroonds itl he ltends to overhvul the Pa: lai the caee that are on file at the depart aent. SOUTRERIN CLAIMS. Secretary Sherman Evading the Law ThrOugh Partisan spirit. (Speelal to Oincinnati Enquirer. ] WAsMl.role, March 29.-The sundry civil ap proDritton bill passed at the last sesiomn of Con loadan approprlatin of $375,000 to pay th . t ontractors the suml respeotively M betwem the date of lat paymernt and i the itat in which the mervico wam ren oles tepd i p the war. The ilnestion when 1U!te~eil imaed in war wau referred to the bIrI I o o -he Treasury to define the ho oantempisted in the act. lHe ha that the rebellion dated from Mmt t tat.O held a onvention ald limmed ea otaan.. of oemacelo. ilenator Bherman now Sheman not Pa the oaima until thery aur all d . thast helll then make a pro rata db of the appropriltone. Thic im ont a lUb. tgiu to laeme, am the whole amount due pi t aend the mohedule of the claimante the .lmpoCv amount. due i. on ile in him ;il .e. Thom interected in the p.rymente may jheian is not the man to ourry out the h of So.lthern pacifoation, when he evadee a because hie intense pertisan feeling atep. in ,.l*Oee hrim andhim duty. WAIPTON AND HAYES. t~ eblb* Gorernor of South Carollna Said to President1 ayes. [Spedal t Olnloinnat, Bquirer.] I, ariratw March 29.-RHSJe begin at in tLe right viy and asroimed his Eck atsmking an a&ash on his 8lu fad him to uaoh, jest the bed fovifd Cmberl30 i nd be nu y the nslitatry, and that hblts ottell eets were respeoted tldroughont the length and breadth of the Mtate eocept that portion olroium Poribed by the lootmfall ot the lederal seeit telt, tle renewed bli asnlranle, enotulIltoated hereto fote in writltig that he t'ropo.rtd in protet the rll hit of the eolrored peNpl, wbth iindsetrial land io tt.nel; that hle wfe toutainted by Ithe deoteee of t tlh O tlt ofi the MHate; that the tax-paylng orin. nltitlly wete paying their taaet into his trenltry, and that the #ranrutrinent f.t the Mtat Was organt ,nd Iit every colnty In the State, andll, ntre'ovel. were respe.teid by ail except U)hanhberiali and the few tWavututres mho clntig in hio sklirts. ttlyn listenedl with eagerne=s antlld attention to Ihe able prepentatio lipe Inade of his asn, andtl theiit lniterl i lian1pton to aoCnotnpai y onoretary lIvatt s anl hiinself. i, a drive. ill two to(d iltll0 a drive over the a linhbre o the clt,.. DIring its progrens seeretary arts mallad fsie couId llt sen how, in the districet where the aolt 4Ilare Pore statltoedt., that his f, i joroity of loten iI eevetal plre!'hiets e'eended (Thantherlaina. IfInllaptlot rfpliled ihats he sopposed where the soldvier were etattiolnnl they turned in stl votAied fIr hini, to which li.ayes (ig lilttbily resptlled : "Well, ()overnori, it tihe eidiers voted for yon t7o have a rathar eolercase.' After thie Orive lvairtl Invited bWin to dnlti, The invitatinnt was acept. ned, and the to were together ntlil a late hour itlrt- iit f[pecial to U(ottriPr-,lJoltrial. I Wititlluin.Ts, March . 2.ll in, l Intl view tond.ly with a prominnro t *!lRtl.i, if Lrulal'lnl, the l'reei Snt mt.ted expitlloly that ihsimpton woull hii all righta, tl said that thei settlrenent ofr the ittl tLira,li i tte iletion wouldll inilitate that of LoWuir tallPll PIIi,. The End ani Oljets of ntw e tlntnlll n Ul; d@efi116ile Imew.ilt.t. [t pecial bl UlUdinnillaI illinlre.r,1 WAintiotronr , MarOlh 1i. -The (Ishineet det.t]d itself to-day to deotllituig ly it apointed a (olin misslolnt, aIi what the lonutnllseilon was appotlllot pil slr. It was finally agreed that the (Commits - on should inveltigate iuothing; that it ehilld I not attempt to flid who had beeni eleetted (rotesr orl', but that It should devote its energies to fits ItCjg the two Iegllatorec intot. one on some sort of Ia ,ompret~ L. bhels. "If this oompromile oan be lffotedt" asid the clabinet ethlier whole authority for this statement to-night "and one Lei.iuslatlre orgtanised, whlsh all will respecti and whose authority all will recognlne, that Legielatulre canil slve all the vrsed problemal. It ran eanvass l the Gnbernatortal vote inveetigate all charges oi Inltalmhlaton and fraud, and settle whish claimant is rightly entitled to the (tuber. natortul olBee. It Pan reorganiut the judiolsl ma" hainery of the State, and, in short est the wheels of the state Government cutnesetrilly in motion. To Ret slneh Legislature, organised on some eom promise heels to whith all sall agree, will be one main object of the conmies.on,. " If," sald he, further, " the factlons there will not agree to any |sompromlne, whyiithe Admtinltratlon must doe oide what it will idoo T, a lt.ceet qunatlon as to what it wolld probably di. In that event, my Informnnt said that of course a State government oatlh not he isupported for ever by the letderat troop ; that thing mtist end onmi time and probably, Zf the factlons refullel to conptl , tihe Admmin Istretion would say : "t hayvsifnte all I nonld to help yoil out; vtt Ihave dec.lind my asiletane ;. nlow you mnnt c e tilel this thlng among youlr Pelves. The troops will eustaln neither toleimnt ; hliey will imply prevent bloodshedrl by elther fii lion'" In ishort, the Adtilinlltratlon wltltld vir' ittally ls.y : " YoIl may wrong and rob caohn othtr until oConplete exhliausltion forne a tco ipromlse and a settlementlt tof the maltter." It would be en othausting remedly and ait expotlve ot. for the tatoe; blint it woolieeen to be the only remetdy left. This is ulndoubtedly the present plian or tlayes. lie hoe the Conmmlsiron may eftet a fusiln iof the Lngislat.ree, but dusos not expect it. Tlhat flling, i. hopee and doine expect that bernie the tiomninistloti san re ort, ono fir the otheir fami-on wll have yielded from elhansatlon, and ho he relieved from making a da.tiloni,. If the faoticlns sIll hold out, he will witlldraw tlhe troops relu toently, it forced to do so by thtllo opinion. Morton anild Bllalne hope, expert and Itntend tý, bring It about that, Ibefore that tiele, the pnople oif loulnilais will be gotdetid into taking l he matter in their ownl hands, and resist Packard by force, which will make political capital for Jlaine and Morton, It is intentded to start the (Jommleslon Mon tiy.. WENEMlML Pl.ltlLIP'Uts MKlANNUIEMS. The Iarlts AbstUnt ten. Devens and the sltave alnse. [lly Telegraph to the TrIbunoe . WAsntixoi.rl i, March 27.-That portion of Wen. dell Phihlllipe' harangue at Philadeltiaullhayestr. diay, in whIoh he attacked Attorney General l)ivebs, eltling him a elave hound, has attracted considcrable attention here. General Devene's friends say that Wendell Phillips has told only half the factis. (mn Devne was United Staten Marshal in Ilonton at the time moeitioned, and tprftrmod his sworn legal duty as a United Statos ofiler tinder thoe Fugitivo liave law in the matter of the slavg'humnau ime. Wendell Phillips dlid not state tilh fact that l.en. Deltee, having done his duty as a liuited Ntatos onilltr, putroellasl with his own mnloni'y that slave or hie master and immlediattl gaite hin llhis freeudoml. (til. Devenal's friends c ay, tinitreover, that in the war for oenanti.. tuation lie was follitd always at the front in the tiItlket of thte hllht when Wzislenll Phillips was doenltaitlitlng pay for spoeehoe in the rear. MOUINTAIN MIADOW. Anlother Story iaeltl the Order -An Addl tlonal Massacre of EIIlhty TemaisLtera. [Western Asocilatel Prom. 1 -Itt 1,lou.tcoul, Marlhi H.--tofrring to t the leistpalth frlolt 't'u.son Arilnlo to the eil ct that the order for the massacre at Mounitain Meadow wae fotlltlll ong the papers of the late ex. Clisof Jleti.l Titlus, a gentlullan living in this itty, firinerly a repitent of Malt Ialsa, says lie had the above slocunsntt at one time in his posses sion, and hald no doubts of its gonuinenessl it referred, however, to a.meo eghty men who had been teamsters In the army, sent to Ulah under oul. Albert Bldney John ston to escort the new Governor who re. laced Brigham Young In 1857. The early fall of snow forced (lot. Johnston and his troops to winter at Fort Brldger one hundred and twenty mile oeast of talt Lake, and as the Mor mon troops under Litot, en. D. H. Wells had burned up two trains of supplies for the United States army east of Green Rivr, the General was forced to put the solders on halt rations, and in the early sprinr of 1858 these teamsters were dis charged from tme service and permitted to return East, where they had entered the government service. They preferred to go West and started for California. They believed that as non-aom. batants they would be permitted to pass through Utah unmolested; bnt as soon as the team. sters came over the mountains and entered Echo Canon they were taken prisoners and made subject to martial law, proclaimed some months before by Governor Brigham Young. The gen tleman, who was then among the Mormons in Echo Canon, and now residing in this city, saw a small division of eight or ten of those teamsters, under Murmon escort, on their way westward. The Mormon military authoralee thought it prudent to divide the eighty teameters into emall squads, no doubt thinking their purpose oould he easier aoomplished than if they had been kept together in euob a body. The Mormons deny that euch muassre ever oeoarred, or that such order was ever given; but theose who had given,the esubject attention have no doubt the order was issued and the work aeeomplished. [BY AUTHORITY.] Appointments by the Governor, Francis T. Nichells, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate. I. W. Patton, Adjutant General of the State, vice D. B. Penn resigned. A. B. Fselier, Parish Surveyor, pearih of St. And.rew Downa, supervisor of Begirst4aon, parih of Woee O lrrU. --0 George Posh, sad 0. D. Beantn, Pollce Jarors vicea Otedes and Bslnaud resigned, pariah .k ' ZM4CaW rn ~LIpdS1 ~ ur Gein j ~ TIlE IIEMO(CIAT. Wlhlat the 1'remm NFlyNsor it. lýst. 1.555n'Olt' Jtiti55iIiOrtrM.- was ttrosidit ail 1ba15tio1i59.li ol JDisnis uer pstl p Iseoipt, ansd or ganisatiep, Pull false tOI1.lcitugq, oif the q-essitis lntleopoiheul gprap9 thLati Inosieianae ntiiMierlsielppi wera for 9o ma11y y9ear mdle Lin viloittlen of nIsI g-lumt op presiolist ostil rsblsss-Y. With a illt te uesp thinu, 11t h lprn r nreeq of M#Iiesisippi drifited ints it lim-a-tiuring 1551yiv oit P¶O sspr1.ssssitng with VsaliI'3io l eilsrlaaissior li thi smut no olilsoo, ndtl ii was dilfls lt to tilt wlsnre IensUserassy Isssfll g tr Jalmaliosuiss left 's7. Thssir pssrty plae tt~slns w eli not dsliiliss- sisd thIeir party mnaoli hiser tlk" emits-sitnl l b Pxlsj sspslisiy rather tfibm prbnssipiis. Anis IssuItsalsus witlh her issue pediiist prase, rs tuli ,eitaul a js'l lthoul altsv'rsry wlsles sli'Isihsg Iti pslnisio estttimsont ot lhe Ii' 0515nr15uy. (l wpaq sisst unt-il flits New lrinare a lamnr~nlkTT waa l(atabl)aited m llr rwitood the C-14 flag or tlWIn em'arl tllsl th , r the s-illn mlled and eolseentrais's their (sirees a lisat a 'Ž5'51tn151 sli 1051511.7 It IhIs liily 9.15 5 fuatlssealy tsihut1i the truelir xrtisI tat, i wIlishi 110051 frig governmslent elats, a,111 ssisrnisssprosssississgly aisiglst thie ri-osx tssllismlshissssst a rut 9, ess 's gstttntiunPilI. It blsul is rrieslntl-ip, Ikke the lnuisupesisisnkt psese, for fassRsy, WVaLr.nlit, Ins ollssr it sitslsls Ii lt marl, wsa Iis it aalike whso Itsiiltl not Ibsldly7 soeek thss lplin.llltalti io of tlhi giversssisisut us the pliloulili' irs whils it wi5. (sisisllcts,-- IA Isltis I'eus') toLre lisaantfp. Tlhs'e it r isad'ss wrls 909 Pilo sstssking of treat ing tsieelususa to thua iliuslty of1 s luciy Pispi 5i9iilst si's holletr thaI tlo 1islsl-9 aiie tUse New )r leaniss I irms-ns i. IIt 1v, in all riipssstm. 1t1h a1,t1( jsIiirnsiai liln th slelIi, o'ssulsslly as ri'ehptms tlia viii hill spasklsRe of its sitLirtaise po111l thss dsptis 9,1 hlr sisetIa s of Itss st·psiateils . It Ii r trirstlsi rathers than partisan in its b1(19, aIii It-5 hlp-its 15,tinlsli, 19 (iiilriutstilsg tihe psP1e119 'of thie sltis' Lion, ov9V151)5 nsitrs-ifipssi 1 rivalry. Files l)liios. sisAlIi isnlsvir phlegtmaltlss a(1i yet its 9,bUtisllnlt 599rvau51 enlergy Is oarbisl bsy i wfIss resetralsl; it is istrslsisI, hit csl; Ihasty, yet slos snouigls: ansi over all ss t lhsle ish 1ft l ies ilt beauty., restiss Ilka the dlrapery ois mosirnlsig Ilgtlt sn day5-br15k iloudus. -- 111, T9,ima9ty Farmer, Littorisig us O HrAtr, hmnttrsut.-i'lso slosmmittws sil P'ubice Prlntllng, stmsinspis of thes (ivsrssir, llentsnflt liiiiyssrsisir. pjakeriof si th1e t110119, 55nalori tIoberhsnn and telo, slid Represens lies Lsonhalrld and irawssrs, sot at tise osle4 of t the (lsnersior, TIueeslav, *nd psroes'eslitl t aotnes to ele t thes Ittit I'rlnter. Senatolr tsubortsoo r prposedl tle 1irm of Ci, G W. Puts A lton and no ither snomilttsIn beilg 151151, (1. W. i)supre i (ti. were djclares iaisteuolisiy euteul State I'rintser, We signg lf9t11te onr sonfrerrs of the tts hEMu slAr (10 this lestithib it9Is only i jutst sllotnn. 11tense for the servlces reissired by that 1Innaji l to I ,he oause or the pseuple. IN. O). lien, We osihleus with prile thslt tse New Orleans I 11ily soIIrrl' lhus hseess 45151g95d to a mseritist g paper, aIii (ior geniermi mkIIss-ulp it promises999 to be equlisl to 515 Iii nIli ih ouith, as It has, romm its first I stlsllshlussnti bisn lsne of the mosit Issmnest and5 IsllnsntlssI In hisi Ilnd. The uiwiboye htifsrii ts thatit siels bettor than may othti sity journal, I and we are glads to ilbdsrfru Ltlha its ostlotry chuliun- fl l-Isin Is rejslsltY Inely ores'teisg. 1tivsiy tslIanItr a ulsss *iisUels'1". We are glas tss see thsaitIt tass st9e 15'lastiss hiush slite mlinii Wu rgal Ii 11 no1r0 0 ervedd ty beats n l (~jriF (T~l lr((l luegiislatttro, whieh stills still mlorn t Iv ts valuer,- I New Ibesiss Hisigarlsswl. n The New Orleans 1)ktiiruiir is now isiuisisi a9 i room1isnsg papr, enlirge t to sPls- poug tl, aIt'l its 11 9s1"51e 19 is now 1n as95rotri tist. 'Ibohelusi is41.tnor Is lass-red earisestly andI foariteeey in the fast tram Ipigiss and it 11 osstitlestl to a leirfe shlre 'if csresit Ins astr sploniiil sucless. Its nsisilsir, Mur. Iberusey, 15a5 asinirably isosisteid l ie esl5'srlsl sisllifiue, r n11d1 Itss thr pars sit ofis surallanit frl-eud, (1ss. W. a ilsprie, Lhs bus9iness dulrlorltsnist t"Iinsd alt actle *e aon sisiusnt 11i141nstir. Thse D)rl;zwntsluA is 1 sw is Ise aollsillt journal sf tis' 81119, asIo we wish 1tall e the 1n51sne9s tLhat 90015 1 awsrtsy enltesprise de- it curves.-- I Markevilie Bulletin. h Many oif 01ur reladers wIlt bie gratifi'd will thle t1 isntite givsn below wllsuh 19 t11en rsnm tIhe 111M55ilA1 : tt the 2;Ijs Inst. Mijiir 11, J. ttlesrcey e has many frionds here who remioImber bygone days, an]( are nist unmindful of the istrng and stiu9,dfast worku lie 1ha9 dolie ftsr hlii pesile ; first ti on the Shreveport T'uass and haln nn the ilrrv ,-A'. ThIlkil of our readers wiho slemire a ftrst cla9s newspaper, able, Independlent and trnes to tI Ithe puioiple, shoun d help the newspapser whiibh hi helps theem.- t Woodville htepublsalsan. The New Orleanss I)tMsslsA-r, wlhieh under thre c asletliiratran of Qovernsr Nlclsoulls, has become the ssstioal or-gan of the State, 19 now publilshed as i tnorningss papir and Is largsly extLedintg Its ssircillatiiiil aind tnflsienoe, as it well leserves ti tl tin. Tsts l)gwsssusl hbas been of Immense servise M to the cause sf Louilsiana anid tile Mosuth dulring e thre last tow mnouths, anid shldiilst hbloe the liberal Is 'ssuphsssrt sit sa r tsstll ps-slie It ls pnhtlisrl bIy t O(jesrg W V. i[lisre si hoI., witls I1, .1. tlluarssy as a tuit]l lsrin-csi rr - St. louisi Times. We are pratiflnd to arn that our able contem. porary thi Now Orletans J)lmrncATr has been por mntanently oitablinhod as a morning daily and ha boon eularged to night prges. T'he I,)r.,tonAr, under the mnanlagrnmnt, of nor aioe, energotte and plucky friend, Major Henry J. ileraev, has becomenr to be the loading journal of the HtLtto, and justly deserves the large popnlarit.y it has at-. tainIed. ,ulog lif aind prosprlrity to the pI;ople's irleud. Ilaton Rioluge Adlvocate. Tlhe Now Orleans 1).Mor'ltA'r will Ilenef'ortll be Spubllished as a morning instead of an evening I paper. We are more than grattified ¢, note this evidence tf pro prity. Certainly the DI)Mocn'r I has earned thes h ghost clalms to patr.tlage fromn the citizens of .ow Orleans and ofr the entiro HtHto. Fearless, able and true it has wieldod a porent influon,:o in the oaueo of right.--[threve. port Times. Tih New Orleans DEMocmAT is doing a noble I work for Louislana. A little more than a year old, it has already made itself a name second to Stht of no paper in the 8onth. Ever bold and determined, it has waged unoompromising war fare on the enemies of Louisiana, and the restora tion of a people's government in the State is due in no small degree to the telling blows it has struck.- I Btorehouse Clarion. The New Orleans DzmocnA'r has been enlarged to an eight page daily, and is now, without doubt, the best newspaper in the k5outh. As for edi torial ability and a plain outspoken enunciation of Demonratio principles, the DnMoCoAT has no superior and few equals in the Union. A Loulsi ana household is not complete without a DEmo oltt.- [Natchitoches Vindicator. The New Orleans DwMOCaAT is now the ablest and most energetic newspaper in New Orleans. It is Democratio and iouthern to the core, and as bold and fearless as the champion Governors of Louisiana and ,outh Carolina. We are always glad to see it, and hope it will be abundantly sus tained.-[Port Gibson (isu. ) Beveille. That sterling and outspoken journal, the New Orleans DramooArT, now comes to us as a first lass morning paper. It is now a large eight page paper, and is the official journal of the legal government of Louisiana. The DEMOCRAT is deserving, and has our best wishes for its future enocess.-[Lake Charles Herald. We learn with pleasure that the firm of G. W. Dupre & Co., owners and publishers of the Do.o COAT, has been elected Stase Printer. No nomi nation was more merited than this; it is fit ro compense for the services rendered for so long a time by our energetic confreres in the oause of jstioe and of the people of Louielans.--[N. O. hopagateur Omathque. The New Orbm D OaT, emonducted by H. .1*.· o obangegd ies Ieam into t)Attv IisnonArr, and now rieal In the mornlng brlsht andl early, .sominial journal of the 8tate, The DleiV'ntAr riral made a noble lgaht in the late ampailgn anti has faltly won the title whioh It now beare,.- I ft John Meechacehe. That truly eterlttl and ahly dllted New Or leans jolrtnal, the IltooerT, ile 1now a nirnlrlll paper, Ilia having purolcllhed all Ihi materlal of i the elate il~lt4in, ls on the hilgh tlel to sailnea. . f It is *lne the autlnowlelgedv l Mate Prinlter of the I Niahboh ttatle i'e vtttrrinet, I Alexandtria Demo I i at. That ably edett.1 cil trou artll rondl Dnino or ati Journal, the New Vrlearne Iieo!enxr, keeps il the progroselve movei , it I tl su eowlea ed no an eight page nirtni'g journal, soll like the I'i.rl' golllo atl| 7liY'M, slstes oa evet ng edition, Alexaitlrir Itemunrat., We are glad to sen o that the Now Orleate DiaM neuAT has been made the offhlial journal of the " tale. t I ltset laulah reeo!gition of the faith Ifl mannei r in wilelh it has .arverl the people. Ih lohlanud l ieoon. The New Orleans Otrenr'er In now isllOi sh a reetlar morning paper. TIhe people of Ilmii Intl ongl t to give this iiortal a t llrolng epprt. [(UIon l I celnt.nrl, The Now ()rltinI Dc.etler htlo been marle the fifl.iel jolrimal of thie httei.e, The lielrtier has thelnmerit, urld ie aln glad to soe it rewarlded. I I.olt H.tlittol, . The New ()rlens I nrrlntAr iselwrvai thin warinest prali e ilf thi people for its able and tIrlnnly tLand In behalf or their righte. l uaton botige Advouete. 'rhe New Ortlp.at Ieresmrne4r ia ltenllley tihe trot interelting and. l inflluential I)emooratto jonr nal it Lot.t laua. -- lninnllt Iline.) i'lttlei. The New Orilana Dt.exwinser la now ptbllhbedl an a morning paper. It Ia newsy anil oip with the times. -I Itonlofn Telegraph. Till;E TATlt qlUO ANll TMlK TOOTl. AtllM. Teotelling ipos tl Ceap Dlentistry and a lmlsantle IGnnapade. A few weeks ago just as the edifloe whleh Paokard haid reardl in bis raving imaginatierl was being uantlsr.ined, there sarged among #i from the depths of ob~iitrlty a personage who it a few diay hail run the town Itad wlit her inagloal masnlfetatlone-.fur the personage was a woulan-and whose only known name thul far il MIADAM5i Aitont.n, The appearance of this woman at the Flrenoh market moiinted on a wagon anid aslisted by a couple of stalwart men Ierned to have provokedl among noir people of all Otlases an epfdeito of the toothache, It appeared that every indivldual in thie ollnrnltnltl, Mrs, ToodleM like, had by tlitl apparltion found it ounvenlicnt to have thle otherwise inconvelnient malaily litat for the pleasure or having their toeth extraltedl OnATt te ro D1O, 'he extreordinary rapidity with which this In. male dentisn extracted the teeth of those who first ventured to itonunt her tritlmplial oar, the seittrances which st vry one of her patlentt gave that it did not hurt a hit, spread her fame from r Oarrolltfm to h the trrRnks. rand the throngs that gathered in the vindluty of the ilmarkt, in this novel plitgimi.age atraoted the attention of the prlsl, wIh gave the matter a pasRing tintoic only, however. Meil.nmo Arnold, lesi1ses extraet itg teeth, for mnothnll, at the market, (to the goret r lose and anioyanoe o.flineiedi doitiets,) anl lwho, w was repute4 to operate with an instrotnett of 1O tI;tLaII 031TntiYAJltt1O, reapild a hIrvyest of money by the sale, lelides, of a nostrum at fifty opnt a. bottle, which eaured all sorts of pain, rlentull and phyaliol. It may not She bllievnd, brt aoo)rdigll to some people she eigold on a 4unday, froml 7 o'clock It the morning nuntil a ihl the afternolion no fewer than forty-four hundred bottles of this stlff at the market alone and her ofleho at the (onti Verandah wae crowded Stllly with people, whire, however, the operator charged dlfty eonit for pulling each tooth and sold more of her INnrvtnMAI, im.ittv. About a week ago an itmpertinent reporter lertting that Madamte Arnold had notitled the Sgorid people of New Orleans that she would leave (n ten idays, imagined that it might be of interest to the readers of his paper to hear something of the hiltory of this enterprising woman. Ater nupplylg himself with sulficlent data from out side stmroes he proceeded one afternoon to the ,ontl Verandah to interview Madame Arnold. S"Madame," said he, after the usnel salutations, "ls it true that yours is a very ItOMANTi(I tIM1(TIr ? that your husband is a celebrated dentist in Hpain, where he s.ll resides and in patronized I extensively by the nlillityof that coxuntry,owing to hie exportni.se arnt hl invention of the magical tooth extractor? in it trno, madame, that for soero roason, which ll no bttulnets of mine, that on onee bright morning -or was it A rainy day? that, moved by a elsprit of ambition and iindepend 1lceo, that you rclrrouir.'di the tools of four htsband and asought new .iolds In the new world to ply the distinguilshed and profiteble oolupation which iha excited this commnnllty no intensely of late?" "EIt, bion qul'eat.eo rlu'll dlit nelni-th?" Inter. I rnptod tier chielf deputy tooth extractor, who hap p1ono11 to be preeot, at the interview. To'ri tmirR.nrTNe.-r lre5rOtrlti was about explaining, when tho.deputy pit in, gruilly: "iih hien apron; quiastld ocla eorit vral?" Madamne rnold, however, gently informed the reporter that lhe was too bnuy to be inter viowed at that time, and begged him to pay her a call the next day. Faithfully did the Bohemian call the noet day but to he confronted , ith the keeper of tho hotel, who informed him l ,at naoocountably Maln. Arnold had packers I.r trunks thba morning and taken her departure :,r Texas. It appears that the reporter had been arg I to this visit by the report that inquiries had on made to ex-r8lperintemelnt of Police Loat rio garding the whoreabouts of a female dentist, who ied flown front OtD tbeiti under the circumstances suggested in the qus. tions propounlded by the reporter, but the. the status quo having intervened, Mrs. Arnold was not investigated in order to asoertain whether abe answered the description contained in the letters of inquiry addressed to the police author itles. Now, t to not proposed to assert that Mme. Arnold is the female dentist charged with elope mowt, abstraction of teeth-extracting instru. ments and other articles of use in a dentist's household, but the coincidence is worth notictng. ONE TIIRTEEn A. I. Since writing the above the writer has been in formed that Madame Arnold is really the person sought by the authorities of France, the home of husband and wife. 9 he husband of the truant offers a roward of ten thousand francs for the re turn of the instruments, which are said to be a new invention, and called the procede ezodece, and the French Government offers further ten thousand francs for the return to France of the absconding wife. Mrs. Arnold, by the by, is expected back in this oity to-day from Mobile, which place she has I visited after a short sojourn in Texas. -------****------- The Comnlg Mass Meeting. Saturday evening the Committee of Arrange ments who have the meeting in charge, met at their rooms and unanmously decided that the best and most convenient time for holding the meeting was Friday, April 5. Following this resolution was another, that the buibaness publio 1 be requested to suspend all commercial opera. m, and that all stores on the occasion be There es be now no doubt but wbat oer bust. I nes commnity will respond lchdWsruly to thei S -1r . ..hr ý 1i e+ ... EASTER SUNDAY. flin thhe QteePan tC SPeelitnie wai Oft The cci.nrrl fetlIlcai t01 fl r unrulti;n or trf h;;*rd iJec.; (Jun;st, wee (.elhrrate;1 ygterledy by the entire CAhristian pe'rLt istio of the 'ity, with un;ltlel pomp an; ;'errmwmrr y, All the hpiplencl and It~ roan Uathl;.liio ei;;rhniitn ware thronge;I witlh people at tie vn' naing still pvm;; leg eervloes. AL II. ;'iuiontt Ou the IMMM A~rA'rn ;.'e+; erope on Ilatnone street the elletderilq. wa gen large that it ware eIm;net lm esit lle to oh'nitt c atilcewiou igOP before thiiR Mtii M began. ine r'utititon witunu; tLu; ,IeeRiit's Uluorebl Ica attrtnirrt or its epinouilid ob'r hlrd tnmoe it more articulaery attretlve yeeterday by th.e c;;no;;nnes wuent, lreviously mloa,, t9clht Itoecinl'e enhllmb anas" would be cii;;, acn th9ere wro be see;; WI hbin its vast interi,r peple of all creeds cmil rlenommjmcl iorons. IIh;; roncee wsa Anna up der time Iccuieruitlp of Prof. Unllluinon, Iy Meadstneu llotnmee, eimpranru 1)unrn, romnIlmall;, anoil Messre Prorbe, hiceo, Uorrlaeu, imiume, and Wmiilelomm, tenor will; a full m1orne, olitnpnielng tmny die. tipoethetl luuly smill peuln.ieitmeim ci;; tenre, till Rem it th e exeutrlo,n wie uuerletly tLi;e (l..Hr'udmn ti b Mre, (inntee sil Mts. Dlunn; Mr. itrlieei;.uuarl hee o mmplitmentne;l foir he emuellemit manuer In which Ihn sang thr;nhong t the Meec, amii Mr. thhinomon non tI. ouuer;immg mencnnr In whiud; ho rendered the t.'nnr cal;; I/ ) I.' ie imo., We tak. thIe eame o;pporul.nmulity (a. m;enionL thie mieme mat Mtie Vaaknrmiy, a flew mIaluiisitlon tL.' t abiar of thie tuhurinifi, andm wh;, 1l4e a eplondild youlii. , i RIT (1rlr01,I.}, Thie anrvlr is at this ohin rob were nlMo of a very imposing character, and were nooldnted by tisbieup Wllmer, aga tied by H4ov. Ils. Iwesneok indl Milnrford. Iltr the n onircsl the nhloeel had been beautifully docorateid, entirely with natural flower antd virihs, a desriptionu of whloh would give a faint lia of the taste andl elgance d.n played by the fair hands who had contelved the decorations. The pnlpits were fairly oneealed wi h wreaths of evergreens and hit.e roses; the bap. hamal font was sirmtounted by a large arose and crown of white rtos, and a similar orons booupy g a plae in r o the entre e of the aoel. 'T1he handiwork of these ornaments deserves a apeolal -omplim.ent. At the rT, lottfiF iA'flnDrhAt, and at At. Patrick's, 1llgh Mass was stng with rei.forooed cohoe; at the fer,,r ohurroh under the dlretktn of Professor Uartier, and at the latter tnder that of Professor Dfnbo. At the Oathedral the ceremonites were or the highest order, Arebbishop Pmerohe ollici ting Pontifoially, and the end of the Mase being anrked by the bektowal of the Papal benediction. Trinity Oburch, on Jackson street, and Olivtry Ohuroh, nm Prytants, were also handsomely decorated by the ladies of their roepectjve corn. gre atlons. thoesands of the faithftl recaived ntr,V ftiv11taffran., the interesting speoetole being preented in ant easpocally grand Instner at Mt. John's chnrch, oni Dryales street, where the memRbers of the slthloio t'otal Abstinence socitaies received nom. ntlnliol togotler. FAstAut Iatol uiItrtei was indtulged In as senal b y a large portion of the pjlqtstionr,'rand at the I rnchlo market espelilly then qttlneity tlisplaymd for sale wast imnie1nse, and froln the eagertoe. tnraltfnsretm by people to bhny, itle vendors mnilt have derIvend a handst me profit, I'ls-nies wore in order, the weathtier being wart and clondy; the spr.s at. thel various congtre gating grounds were rntlnmcoyed itnil evenllg, when a thtunder tnrorn. mro e and the rain came porritng down in t, rents - forttunately too late, lowevor, to intel fore wit h the frun of the people, who wore already on thelr way hrnmeward. Tih icglotI of the G(erman- tEnrgtlh sehools, at the Magnolls (airdeen, whiml continues today was the grandenst of these atlilrs, and was largely at. tendeld and handsomely gotten up, as they ns.ual ly ate. The day was on clobrated in many hucmleholods by sohd dinners, the ancIient custom of partaking of PA:CAr, I,AlmI being one of the prinolpsl features of the feast whidoh was indulged In with the greater relish by the lroman Oatholics, who had just tndergone a period of abstinenoe from flesh. The birds build their ex.qnisite nests on laster, fowls (don their new feathers nad the hirsnte in divitduals of the animal kingdom put on their new glossy rubes, and henue humanity takes this op. portunity of puttlng on new satse, EA TE, r Til ,glrs were notice.bli this year by the invasion of the new color, "snlpbar," whloh eults no admirably certain complexions, but plays anch havoo with others. Itl phnr colored hats and overskirts were notioeable by the dozenos so munch o that tbho hoir of one of our clurcheo looked, as well as it sounded, like a tilge ago filled with anta. rtnm. The simlln nomy be overdrawn but It is written and imstl remain; anil whllst mn this subject wo may refer to two Imeatiful toilets which we saw. One.nontsistoed of a ltautifully black velvet with a crapl overskirt, tirunot nor nojffrr', I a ldack velvet hat, slightly trimmrnd with ulphur i colorreid ill, with an ostrich fiather of the same color ; sulphur colored gl-rvns. The other was a delicite chbangoabli bln velvet, with illusion Ia elndor overskirt; thei hat of the same material as the dress; trimming and feather and gloves of lavontlonr loir. **-·I· CCI SOUTHERN NEWS. IAout.lana. The Morgan City Fironmieo' annual parade comes of May 5. thiraw jats and strawberries have appeared in the country. Nine deaths from small-pou have occurred on tbho 'atterson place, near Franklin, parish of Ht. Mary. Fishers got more mosquito bites than 0bth bites on the Attakapas. Oalcaslen is going heavily into cotton, and will prodnuce a larger cotton crop this year than ever. The Democratic Central Committee of St. John the Baptist met March 22, and Issued an address advising the people of the parish not to pay taoes or licenses to the Packard government. Forty cents is rather a small sum to go to the penitentiary for, yet Judge Slack, of Ouachitr sent a white man there for stealing that amount last week. Justice in Onachita is not slack. The pesoah trees in Lafourche are so fall of young peaches, the size of a pigeon's egg that it to fear. ed that the branches will not be able to bear th weight when they rlien. A Mr. Winder ha establshed an apiary, th several hundred bee hive, at Terrebonne 8 In Terrebonne parish. Not only is he r isng honey, but he is doing a good business raising queen bees for the market. The town of New Iberia has been s/ overruno, especially on Raunday, by idle and drunken ne Iroes, that the City Council has had to pass the following somewhat tyrannical law against Ad dhog: e oluved, That inasmuch as a regular nuisance has bheome rather frequent by persons fddling, dancing or playing the banjo and tambourine on te streets and sidewalks of this town, the same are hereby prohibited hereafter, and an person or persons failing to observe either of the two above ordinances shall be liable to a fine of $25 or twenty-four hours imprisonment for each anad every omense. An Infant ehild of Moses Solomon, colored, was burned to death in Shreveport on Sunday even ing last, when his house was consumed byfire. Mose' wife left the ehfld in the house while she went on a visft to one of her neighbors- about four or Are hundred yards away, sad while she was absent the abia esaght fire and was nearly boero say s itance sould be tmn attIhjg IL i a Interetlng, tint the gam nont camearn toan eed by WIillatnri atitiln( Jhtu ntntm o chf eating him out ot ten eente, Itt IiturdiaydI, telat bit eigii1 n'elok, Williams and Jobhtinio n tt at a et'ie and Ihe disputt lsgas a gain. Wiltlatns left the slri *, and horro*wing a eon frotm the weaotnlmrn' of Mtt eau's Rtailroteul o the 11,ie that hewe .a gdhigY hintetitg, ret erne tl a id drll Iats~tihnstt, hilling fim th viiaonlletay, A Itirgeurnaruwl suons epnible4 "ruthr, Williams, hwuiln hint so1l tierttee ileir uvov tti tre ctioron, liemlsimpgei. A pelddier'cs ltotense in Mintstuippl Is nI ov OI309QO. ey 1t4. Lnulus is 1t Ihave a cluoy tnennti tftrrry, Ice fruit crop In Mieelasippel eaeeutol eunontleg promnses to he ptrtlettlrlrya, turnlae, this 59a4ofl, litlisefmhla sawmtnlliu toe now turnlig ntlt fUVhtlti fret oft lumbebr a day.· rIQhhe frew ttle tin olhtr at Ray P e , MI.tutu. when (tfompleeted, will le the liteect K, lin th tate, The llan ir~ lm KrO P ,,·ri;l ilr'olurp thtatt tvertt Ihomite 1 rent on the Mieesqcleppi Htlittl teedet ha bee,, already renttld, The swamtp lantdinl Ilte sttheasierrt bart of MNul*aslppml will lhe ptil, itt, lhe n oreittt it sile rfie editore of thle iltetlrattla 'Plt'1 W~ p stlt. gecls thert a Press (Jl'tpeitlfrm meet at i4.kC"Of at all a ely it da tIy as p'eeihte to aUgree onte a lite of polilitel asutiet, in the Corningi Iltitt oetnnpellcn. A rtoittmittee has ieen n,,olutllire'li the laint er't Telteal l (A, (o Iberla, tin IrePare itt eireswp settltig forth the advanteges, io tie 'I' o'ue "i0let. lry for itroelygrents, ete. tlr'tnte Alt,,rtse will be tradte t obtal this ettrinialluit. (ilrtotlt Counr Jelqe Powell lite eppiiltied tiapt. Itollatnd '. (Jillee Mherlffl 'i T.1otl' nuttnly, 1lttisnicrsppi. Co (In r brari~it tend 4iii nl tut Owen whon has held the yplanoe dltto l' ,leethtl Mterll t Mannting, wero lnrrlileul fir permittIng par'itI'e Itt ittutuitpen lint aliltltetierrtly ttheir (ttit w e re l o sieryIgenore bills of trldintnent against Orr (JIl~ytrapnr n if ete, Mentiltog fto alleged c'eºtteplinlt~y Inl the till=. log of Ar., llarvey, Tensge. tllcee holds lte mtitaintpal lettlon April The floating debt of the ltate Is sild tte be Rifle cltubs tre atinletote In Texas 0 topt £4 etd to the itwlegttesne exiting Itt some eartls it the Btete. it Is thought that ithe frtit Crop In lrteetitotin eeintiy htis been badly Injured by the recent sleet stotrm, Thc Ilbertutn Ifr'gicr eoetipaine tttet It ic iii. ptilbkta to flied aI man guilty of ptrjury it The Sherttett y J ugieer ntotee with greet it. vori theM gowIng eshtmeentitt rfewtr of the ctitt!" taktitg Cherge of the plubllo soho osl The Adjtnteel 0oeeral has nenmerous crase lor aid tro" the ihtate troops ftt the notentictu of fwttileor ortentleafrored the depredtltions of thleies atnd tobett'e. A matn nsmet Parsons wes killel at rntetrirldge, (lay reinitty, by one ldtl. Tenttklin, a biareeeper. A ilarrtel over the prie of a drink wis the cett0 of lthi. On Fridal eight last there was a ltready bu11. strem in tihe cetern portion or t inar terntp. At 1aeyritovtlll the sttnes were very largti atnd wier vary dhetrneth'e to wlndows, "illtiliblrng somin 2ll pitnes ofiglhee. It did ntot ssct to dilturb th(i greeshopperstit all. Capt. Hell, of the 1'txa4i WIqorr,, Ntlo nideld hn ostabinl two of the tage. rohblnrs of the Mar. Attn tanin esta near t.iling, with all theo mmoney stoleU fy therm. filleLoro, I;r4l.laonr: TITI graendee hmbtlplg Ont tre rrod 1 the IJw agailt, lrdrrknn.le, A mera hea to be dtwn and foallin. l for the 1nOnd bl.fre a~nybodly will teittry that he ih drnnrk. When a man thIM r eitr that seate of drunk it ls too late to srrost him, for he Is no Imaer ii ngerone. The .ost dangerou claess of drrnitatda are those whoi thghtlb fllo rr whteky and the devil tineor stagger, and they go seot, tree. The law to here a peteoot tfrce, Tie lan Antonio stage was robbe(d MsreA 2l7th In a Few hour after that ontailtte.4 on the Lofk hart stake. The robbery ooonrred near the. iuanon river, and was also tbe work of a singie man,. Two othise, however, sto odff and Iooked quietly mn. The mail bags were rifled and .rmoy letters torn open. All of the passengers were despoiled xiepkting thle ladles, o ho etwant a ies. Ltoned. Armed olt.toe hlet rlaet night toi go It quest of the robber. -----*-- --we - - OUACHITA PAIUinl. elev. Niebella to be UMpported -'taxes to be tmnmedlotely Paid Over to theg N4Iebhlls Goverament, A large meeting of all the itlizene of Onsshita parish, regardless of color or olass, was held at Monroe, in that parish Hi, i. Moltery presiding as chairman, when the Lflowing resolution were .goanimt.sly adopted: It'eol/etr ay ,eh petople f outrImj( ita pri ii%, in m..tn 7/,IefnrrsIo 5.'blfdt' d: I. That Fr rneels T. INiholls is the lawfully el(ecrf d Governor of tlhi ttate of Ltonieiana; that all of the peaceable and law- hitring citiz'n, of the ttate re.ognize hint as snt:h; that hir iovorrimrmt is perfest In all its departments, and is in active opnratirt in every parish of the Mate, arnd that the peoplo every. where yield to his governrment cheerful sad vol nntary support. 2. i'hsat we oppnse and srolemnly protest galinst ay compromise as it, relates tºo a splg right of the people of this State, and we hail thpleaure the proclamaton of lOen. Ni.3holls, ring the people that, under no oircumna cog, will any ornpromise be entered into. We rotest against any farther Yederal inter r ,e or mntermed. dling with the affairs of lomristea; as a member of the Federal tlaLm, she as the nndoubted right to regulate her own , rmestic affairs. We proclaim oat ability to toa care, of ourselves, and all we ask is hands off~ and Lousliana will be peacoable, orderly and osperots. 8. We will reuest ny attempt to force the Packard fraud upon the people of this State. No appo:ntee of Pa ard, should the attempt he made shall exermis$ any authority in this parish. 4. A, our mor; phe.s!c and pecuniat.r p port will be e ,erfully given to (lav, Nichois, whose fIrm, doeided ani patriotic course meet with our hear approval. 5. That w call npcn the people of this ptrish to pay Im ediately t Dr.T. Y. Aby, tax olleo. tor, the Ai rs aad taxes now une, so that the Nicholls gov rnment can promptly meet all of its obligat' rns. 6. T at the proceedings of this meetting be publ hed in the Ouacdhla 7!./eraclt and other pap re avoratile to the Nicholls gurernmeut. / .....- -.*C ---. . THIE SNATIRLqHIP. FAior D)emorat-The most important duty remaining for our Legislature to perform is the election of a United States Senator. I fully en dorse ad that the DIMocrAT has said on this sub. ject. I do not think that we should enter into any compromise with the enemies of Louisiana upon this or any other matter. The Legislature, in my opinion, shoald elect to the Senate a man in accord with the political sentiments of the peo ple who elected the majority of its members. A number of able and eminent men have been mentioned tn connection with this high oale. Without disparagement of any or them, I suggest for the p aition one of the ablest, truees and most accomplished citizens of the State, Dr. J. D. Brans. Dr. Broan is a gentleman of brilliant attain ments. His jud gmet is sound, his information large, and ert.iu the interests of Loaisiana will never be erideed nor its honor oomreo mined it they are entrusted to him. H s ano politieian, ad I doubt if he could be indaned to abandon a lurative prac in a nobti sloa Ei whiehb hea already attalaed tom, for pclild referment. Yet III I the ro our ablest and treunetmIe ealled before the Leglilature that may be made, and amocg ibesee othe 0 DeMoerat In III kusne rak the gslnemr s sol 1ýý dlio iý" ul