Newspaper Page Text
e o.lslied lr'.m Vlrce Pleg.
for the removal of the obekrutionle at the mou.t of the led river. the bill was oronedered in oommittee of th whole. wr. Hiill, of Orleans, in the ohair. Te1 bill was opposed b fDr. ltaand, o Weut lellotaaa, on tbe ground tiat It s a n matter properly belonging t the Qen.r, Q dl QOttnte-, ud-tbei the matt we, not in a lufl oboloaodtlo to approprilte $S0,00 to oart out the propo Mr. Washbbrne, of Morehoms, and Mr. Y. tag, of Olalborne, advoosted tbe bill at length, e. Young takitng oooeic to my that before the ratltoadls were estabR'd oue.qtittit of the en Bled river. As to there being no monely ver th aroprltlopi for the year, he naderstood that tere wasuaarge uarplu.. Yr , rr Orleans, spoke in favor of the ap pro .P. oan and aild that the urplus amounted ML. oM, or'ilohlaid, we of lthe rpate that $ apnro rltn from the general fund would not Ne"ll, oilr there uonldbeno money for the qrf". Washburn ofered an amendment pro. vlos that the mosey should be app seliated ,romhe two.thirds love tva of 187?, otlble o 1877, Mr, Lyons, of Esmt Pellolasn, supported the emendsBmet, sanlLg that it did away wlit e.y ap. --tbealdon lthat pproprratione should be Inade vter and tabove the rsveoous oi UI eyr. Mr. Illitu, (Of Lafourohe did not wik the money to be talarn from the Laneov oi. u eo thouaght bat If mnembers wanted euh an a sro. priatkhr they Saioul get It direetly fIrom theon Iral fand. Mr. Jone, of Orleans, favored the biM, He we glad ho ewrandnont habed been lted, and he would vos for the bill even who the amend meat., u rue Iate oeut ot Mr. Toter, the obhair. maE of the onoamltteoa on Appropltallios, h, not raised the rae i hise mintd t at the appruprIn tlons fotr the year woold otherwslee be eo.desd. Mr. ti d.e, of tlidw*ll, wise atltefdd that the people of the whole State would acqulsce In the approp1ittuon, who~', aooording to the ameud. meat, wetild be made without anu Inrease of tatas tila. ie ep. he at lngal(t, also, on the (iteral advlantagle to bh derlved from the planage of the bill. Mr. iballtu wlelmeo to be utnderstood be was in favor of the bll, iliru othjectiln was a legal one. Hlie eltlont u ho o uf ,nt.ry was not benealtted any m' thlln the hill countlry y the levee tax, but he did aut tiln apirc:prtlalti o, ed on the hIVuu .~ ,, t tll ftur wjiuoma eNay an mmer on this .lar kl w e hald a dlyilg love. lie wanted tilh levov ball to lt at t.1th test anald Ierntnly of that future. Apprptriate the 1 -hey dlreotly. ) . Ityl.n I oaunwledged lthe Impartlance ot 'th rim .val tof the. i oberItotlOtn, but they would reeur anluelty; .ad lhe was surprised to see gRn them' a blon.igg to a partty opposed to the teae. ilon of the taulvlduain of ta thies for general am provetnents aLdvo uitin this aipproprwataonW lch Yg a I Int rn.a improvement, and should be pro tided for by ite geleral governmet, Hle wished, bnstdle, tarut It ,hould be irst asoertalued whether the work will be pormaneut, and what it alr. Voorhles spoke at length in favor of the bill and thte mºunedtate neoesetty of Its belng per formed. The commltte of the whole rose and reported In favur of the paessge of the bill as amouded by Mr. Wash tur. Mr. ,ayon y i Tmeaeer, The bil was t e.n up and the report of the sOtnmlttee (wuiuun vrtually amounts to the li el M of the bill to amended) adopted by a ote oa yea 11 and nay 4. iroust btlu Ni) 74, to estend the Jurledlotion af the Third Distriet Court of New Orleans, le turned from the donate with en amendment. The anmpnotnmet . a nonourred in, and the bill pissed Anally as amendd, and a motion to re OOtide wdOar W.Illetl. Mr. q, r.wvr, of (al0 wali, oalled up Hnslo bill No.8 to so rthmis, he pollee Juru eof Mite. wnteen an t UaldwlI to I vy a tex, not tso exceed tour and one half roll e, to pay the bank dtbt of these parishes, returned from the Benate with amendments. The bill was passed finally as sea led. 1Mr. Jonis, f Orleans, chairman of the Corn altte on Judiolary, reported favorably on Sen te bill No 148. The House adjourned until Saturday at 11 eoblock. GSRMAN OTr 00 ULTAT1.5. .A New Iystemlt to be Adopted .y Lt eterman Snvernment. COtuolnrstl Enquirer.] It was announced a few days ago that ton the lt day of Aprilthe German hon. o.rarvy onsulrates in Baltimore, Boston, Oharieston, Chieag, Olnoinnatl, Gal •reston, Lulseville blle, Milwaukee, S w Orleans, Philadelphia, Richmond, 8hvannah, St. Louis, St. Paul and Wil -mington, would be abolished in favor of ud-ofmobiale, and that only the Oonsu. . General at New York, and the Oon nsul te at ban Francisco would be ex he Inatention of the German govern ,e~at by adopting this noew system is, of course, to have in those places as Consuls and judicial advisers oompetent men, learned jurists, who are fully pre pared for all the contingencies and all possible demands of their new position ; that is to say, men who know exactly the true sense and the correct Interpre tation of all treaties between Germany and the United States; who further know all the German laws of Inherl. tanne, and who are thoroughly pOsted in regard to the rights and duties of the erman subjects in a foreign country. The new system is nladeed at the pro per time established, but with the fo! lowing modiloatlons: The honorary Consulates in Chlcago Milwaukee, St. Paul Pittaburg, Cincinnati, Louivillle .and Bt. Louis are abolished, and the lhitherto Consuls in those places re algned their duties on the first day of e present month; The honorary s.lates in Boston Philadelphia, amington, Riohmond Oharleston, obile, New Orleans anoGalveston are -to be continued until further orders, and at the same time new official Con sulates are established in St. Louis and Until further notice the United States will be divided into twelve consular !district. The third consular distri.t, -with the consulate established at St. utUis, embraces the States of Mslesouri, .ahsas, Colorado, Arkansas Tennes Se, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas and the Territory of New Mexico and the Iadan Territory. .-~ THE DOMImINW. SNumber of Members of Partlament Compelled to Restse. [h'oago Times.] OrTAwA, Ont., April 16.-The action ken against Speaker Angevine and :orris, reform members for Lincoln in Commons, the former for accepting a contract for government printing and the latter for contracting to forward "steel rails, in contravention of the prov laes of parliament act, has brought l other irregularities to light. Currier, conservative member iet resigned, notice having a motion to vacate his seat, g supplied large quanti otif lumber .Jo the government. vine and Ilrris are awaiting the of the privleges and eleodions t 8ea St lsbe tered by a ividu ganl r orrle to re day pe ty pod by partlia 'A"ýat.t Burpe Jort a quiet spell After their legi Coa4ltaUtons. The Troops to be Withdrawn at tarsals Oimolal Orders Ieeolved The members of the Commisolna had ilsle1 if anything to say about the politieni mtutnton of afad Priday morning. They presed them selveu as utsled that the good work had boon aeoomplshed, and their few remaining hours with us ought to be devoted to rest. The dipatch reeiolved from the President i a very strong and congratulatory one, and bestows upon the Commission a full maed of praise. If there is no ohange in the preent outlook, they will leave pturday evening, and report to President Hayet. That the question was a settled one no one doubted, but jut how the adjuetment would take plan seems to have troubled ,me of the unwise ones. Last night seoine of the doubtful ones felt some hesltancy about expressing their opinion on the situation, An interview with Gene. Hawley and Harlan, and a subsequent talk with Gov. Brown, brought out the foot that they FOIteSneusn nta qUfMermaw nOLLt snrttLD. Gen. Augur,who was present, said that the whole maetor was virtually fred, and there could be now no d&lioulty over the situation. He, the General, stated that he had reoelved orders from Washington to rten ve the troops from the neighborhood of the State.louse by Tuesday noon. (Go. Drown, Judge Lawrenoe, Gene. Hawley and Harlan also stated that the removal of the troops would take ploe on Tn sday noon, and that they were ratelefed the whule Louisiana question wau settled. ' he diepatoh sent to the President wai to the purp ,rt that ihero was No i1erO rITrT roR TROPtH, and the response was that the troops would be removed. An order has already been s:nt from the heoretary of War to Ocn. lhetidan, who in the commander of the department, to remove all the troops at noon on next Tuesday, and there will be, couse(it ntly, a general Di'ARTUBaN h PoM THiS rTATE-moSlaB that day and hour. Aft r a lengthy Inter View with the several members f the Commis elma, it was gleaned that the President was now satisfled of the entire discomfiture of Packard's regime, and that he could not raise any support to sustaln him in his offoiial spirations. The gentlemen of the Commisslon consider their mrts Pion ended, and will leave New Orleans this evening by the lobile route at 5 o'clock. PACKARD', CEE EFERY. Skulls and Crosboene Displayed to the Weakentlg Boys. It needed no prophet to foretell the effect of Thursday's desertions on the rank and file of the Packard party in the Bt. Louie Hotel. From die. rust at the departure of some of their shining lights, the feeling has now drifted into one of in tense anger, and loud and deep are the curses hlunched upon the devoted heads of those "who went back on the old man." The negro members of the police are unusually suvero on the seeding nmembers of their color, and if any opportunity was off red they would take their lives. There is no attempt whatever to conceal this feeling, and the Packard patrol man is utterly desperato. One mall lday m,rn lug : Yes, last night, when the House of Bepre sentatives was so brtilliantly illuminated duriog the caucus. it pot me in mind of the time when I was with McClellan's army on the Potomac. Every time we were hipped and had to evacuate, we always built large fires along the line to fool the enemy. This was what that gas light looked like last night." IN r'AOrKAD's ANT.ruCAltBMlt there were gathered over filty of the colored leaders, and they were discussing with mnoh anxiety the prospects. The Boss himself put in an appearance about 11:20, and Wm. H. Hunt, Req. had an interview with him. The ,iesign is, so the report goes, for the Rad teals to hold together until after the adjrmrnment of the legal Legislature, when efforts will be made to get back the strolling members. The departure of Gen. IcoMhlan, and the prob able stepping down and out of Gov. Warmoth, had a parti3 intg ( if ot, and the shock served to upset considerably the nerves of cven the staunhchest. The follorn eppoaranoe of the geng is mos pitiable, and the Hotel will doubtess not see many more days under Packard's occupation. There was a decided stand tek' n yesterday af ternoon by some of Packard's petlers on the question of pay, ant for awhile it looked as though there was going to be some organised movement towards a general desertion, but a ,backer of the Dose oame down with $1(00, and the men were given two dollars apiece as a sort ,f Winslow's soothing syrup. The pay of the patrolmen there is thirteen dollars per month, they beoing considered as militiamen, and these two dollars was on account of lset month's wages, The men in the hotel realize that it is only a questioa of days before there will be a general hegira, and their pride not to exhibit a lack of courage keeps them together. They realize the fact the "day of their destiny le over," and the end is soon. The insubordination at the Hotel took a turn that even the most faithful anticipated, and during the afternoon it was rumored that Pack ard himself was held a prisoner 12 his own hostelrie. On inquiry, it was found out that the rumor grew out of the fact that a large number of the colored members doubted the faith of the white patrol men, and hence wanted a square deal as to the question of having the bilding. That they all want to leave Is beyond ques'ion, and if the guardians of Packa-d saw any means of exist ence outeide of politics, they would readily .c cept the situation. FROtilOOL The Prize Rifle Won at the Fourlth Competition. The long range marksmen of the Crescent Oity Rifle (lub assembled at their perk yesterday evening to o ntest for the fourth time ftar the long range rift , presented by the Sharp'e Rids Oom pany to the club. To win this pr so it was neces sary f(r the winner to make the h'ghest score at each of the threelranges o 800,900 and 1000 yards, eah contestant to fire fifteen shot at eahob range. To eere out victor at the three range. wae oon lidered almost an Imp.sibtlity, but this rematrk .le fe.t was por rmed by Mr. DuSley Belph, whe o utahot hise oompetitors at every range, thereby wnilg the prim. Mr. Beasd followed ,ose arte him at the 800 yard range, but his un-. fIn4u- telhesrei the star wemkened his coat. -tr. aDzebe dyri. made. gallat aght Ma te a semp, bat we dsilty foreed to yieh wl; bw e he as th es as as.i4nalame kepth lead urtae euac onl- te Wb y GOe. Ras lathe Omlaastt ase, and asin by Dafd blph InP the late Iue rtalte matle, Io WbleI our eow Orlessa teran w viltorio. ThiL seed eson of s00 place Mr. Seiph a the CIsantlO sitsr N0Ui or Tei w tItI>. The wind was dieualt to overoome in te mdpniatlons of the wind Igage, a strong heed wind blowlng, varylng from 1 to0 o'clock. The tollowing lu a tabl of the seoroes made: 00 Ydte. 00 Yds. 1000 Yds. Total. Wm7 e.i. 61 187 Jobn lmayn, Jr,. i8 68 69 187 t G.. lohinb..... 69 G7 05 14 John Bera 6d. 0 63 683 161 Jahe. Buckley..... 61 1 180 Total, l men, 1i8g polnts. Average per man, 18t8 pointe. A u TIKB. A mmmll Slaed Ilot C0eatM d by Irrupres stble LengelheOrema. At 5 o'clock last evening a gang of men olaim log to .e longshoremen made a strike fe wages, and interferred with some men who were workinn on a nohooner at poet 18. It appear that the longshoremen tried to pCr -Sade the men, who were working on th-e sehooner, to stop work unlees they received fo dollar per day. They deolined to aosept the propositon, and the long horemen started to aUall them with olubs and rooks. This attracted the attention of Sarg.ant Goouldrtok, who collected his men sad aunceeaed In dispersing the rioters. Ddnlos the diflolty an unknown white man was struck in the head with a rook and seriously injured. Capt. Bourke will to-day make afllhlvits against the leaders of the rioters. charged with Arson. Willie Ilurk, Nick lPraling. Den'l B.thlsndl and 1idel L ber were arrested in Oretta, and lodged In the Eigbth 8db-station, charged, from tofu, in atlon reootivd. with areon,. The pltoe have reason to b lilve that these men wtre inr li oated in the large fire that occurred in that httle burg on the li,1 inst. ImlOrt Items. William Gibrit 1 Ins ow blowing his trnmtpet in the becond statlion-htouse, charted with larceny of half a box of .hoes. Gabriel will also visit Jud(lg Whittatnr, for, when eear.hed at the station, beneath his coat tail was founud a whito-handled resOr, and this, in the eyes of the law, is a coocealed weapon. Win. Ilawley, allas Rnindors, retired Into the Sixlh Precinot station on a charge of larceny. Andrew Rohaefer Is boirding in K-ily's Hotel, charged wl h having lumber in his posstssion suppood to have been stoukn. At 3 o'clock Friday morning a crasy man weeas on the eve of making his escape from the iLouisi anus etrest, when he was captured by Ofleoer Leonard aud turned over to the Sisters. Frank Rush, alias Thomas Nelson alas Wes. sal, was arrested at the corner of P1ovdrs and Franklon s reets, and lodged in the Central eta lion, charged with pioki.g the pocket of Mrq. t -Wart. Joe Fornandrr and Ferdinand Treposs were ar rested on Osual street between St. Charles and (ar, ndelet, and lookned up in the Third Precinot tation. ohsrerd with having sto'en propety in heir possession. Thne. MoeHernoy, who was stabbed by Preacher Bryant, is improving. Ab "ut 9 o'clock last night a fire was discovered in the front room of the oni story frame build lug at the corner of Hpaiu and Mor, an streets. T a property, which is oocupied by Mrs. BSy moor, was damiged to thr extent of $5. About 7 o'clock lriday morning, during the absence of the family, a sneak thief entered the dclhlunlg-house of J. L. Vert t, on Jona street, be iweeon St. Anthony cud Annette, and sunoeeded in gettiLa: away ilth one suit of clothbs and h rty-fonir p ýeket handkerobhiefs mrke't J. La. V. The thief Tffected an entrance through the front window. Between tho hours of 2 and 8 o'clock Friday morning thieves entered the grocery store of Jean Beore, No. 22) Customhouse street, and smneeded in steallng $40 worth of groceri's. Toney Unp so, alias Looney, and Ann Wilhams were arrested, and the property found in their poeseasion. Brevltles. The German Harmonic Club give a complimen tary festival at the Okakand liding Park on Bun day, the 221 list. Thanks for invitations. The Orleans Dramati Club, Jr., have our thanks for tickets to their entertainment to be given at the 1'emperanoe Hall, No. 108 Camp street, this evening at 8 o'lock. H reafter the lonely wayfarer on Esplanade street will look in vain upon the famitlir place where morn and evening Patkard's cab used to wait for the now ilef.uot Bose. On SuBdsay next, to-morrow, Rev. Dr. M.olean, Corresp uning Hieeretary of the Amerloen Bibli Hoolety, wllb deliver a lecturo at Dr. 'Palmer's (First Presbyterian Church), on Lafayette qnuare. Subject-"' rhe Men of the Sea, Their OCaims upon us and our responsibility regarding them. bests free." A leo'ure on temperance will be delivered at Tempe ranco Hall. N . 11)0 Camp street, on Ibhureday eveniog next, under the auspices of Caucasian Lodge No. 1. 1. U. G. T. Sent Before the isuperlor Criminal Court The case of the htate vd. Slippery Conners, charged whit the burglary at Mrs. Bouford's res ideuce on the eight of the 3d of April was yes terday before Judge K einpeter on a preliminare exa>uination. After an exhaustive evidonoe in be premises, the accused was sent before the Superior Criminal Court under 12300 bonds, and in default of bail, was remanded to the Parish Prison. A Cutting Affray. About 8 o'clock last night a diffionlty took place on Common street, between Villore and LBuberteon between Bourbon itodgers and Dor sey Cook, both negroes, which terminated in the former being out in the neck by an oyster shell in the hands of the latter. Tne wounded man was conveyed to the Charity Hospital, where the physolian stated that an ar tery had been out, but that the wound was not dangerous. Cook was arrested and looked up in the Cen. tral Station. Fire. About 10 minutes to 11 o'clock last night a fire was discovered in the kitchen of the two-story frame building No. 807 .i. Peter street. This property, which is owned byMr. Delaude and oo pied by three negro famides, was damaged to the xtent of $20. The are was caused by sparks from the chim ney falling on the roof. The flames were extinguishe i by the Second District Babock engine. A Deadly Tumble. About 4 o'clock last evening a man named C. W. Johnson, an attache of the Government, fell through a hatchway at the Custom House and was satally injured. He was conveyed to the Charity Hospital, where it was found that be. sides being internally injured, his right arm was orashed. The physician states that Johnson's condition is very critica. TEBI COURTS. Superter Crimlnal Court. coNvrrTnD. Murder-"tate vs. Dan Sbay, indicted March 13, for the murder of Officer John McDonough, at the Central Station, February 4, 1877. For the tistte. Attorney Gneral Ogden; for the defense, John P. dmith, Eeq, and J. N. Hagins,Esq. Guilty, without capital punishment. irst Istriet (C.uart. IFu oaxTrrIOS. Iarmeny-.-iehasel Venito. Outavia Wayne, D. Dorse, Win. towman, Oarolae Toung, O. Wash ingon, lyrs. Mooney. Assailt by wiilfully shootig at&-Ted Hart. Assault and batery- rs. de:ahart. In good old ime importaMeas of Pipr-Bd* east oek year a t m.. . In I i beM AcAasrN ofMesae.-1Hasageigr scdr )id etl4e A esaon of prosperity, suto se hea attended the mrseagenaes of the LAedemy, deaplte the obh. setelee lnidest to the dieurbed oondition of arbir during the poet ait months s this lty, is gratifyItg, and t is a deeeeved tribuse, as weil as a fittilg oonoluelon, that the last night's per. formane at this plion of amusemea t sbould be the oeoaslon of a grand compilmetary testimo. ald benefit to the efficent manager, Mr. Bldwell, who for neary thirty years has contributed by his untiring efforts to the amusement of the peo pie of this city. As has been said, he has always endeavored to merit the approbstion of hib patrons and, be. sides, his stook company, whose periormanoes are entitled to espeell reoogll lon, he has from time to time provided his audiencee with what ever other attractions and combinations that were available, But f*w know what a theatrical manager has to contend with in aterling to the publio taste, and it was a gralefatl aoknowledgl mebt of this fact that prompted so many of o ur leading citisest td tender him this benefit. The programme will be varied, compr'sing recitations, sling. COharles Matthews' comedy of "Woodoock's Little Gtame," sna'"D. ,., the Commercial Traveler." '1'o-night, the elegant comedy of "Lemona." On Munday, "1 he Colleen Iawn." Due notice will be given of the benefits of Mr. Pike, of the blonde wig and of Mr. ferd Maiu berret, the treasurer ti the theatre. Sustant Shasow.-We understand that the principal members of the Academy propose to remati in th s city for some time to give a series of entertainments every I.lturday matinee and undaty ightt. Miss WIimot; by the way. has been engaged by the tonthern Dramatic Assootation as their leading lady. 'Ioe f sIt ,omrliimuntry perform neoe of tll,, 61.siatsion will ocour shortly at the Varieties Theatre. THE ARLINI'TON PROPERTY. Why It is Clailnuet by Gen. G. W. C. Lee. [N. Y. 'Tribune.] The Arlington estate was bequeathred by (. W. 'Parke Custis to Mrs. Mary A. ). Lee, his only child, and upon her dreath It was to pass into the htands of his 'ltdest grandson, (G. W. Utstin Lee. At the outbirerak of the' civil war the rrullnelon was vacated, anti Mrs. fltobtrt E. Lee followed the foratines of her hue bandtl In the Mouth. Tise governhment now occupies this propel ty ans a nationtl cernetery, basis its title upon a tax sald which was mtade Janltuary 11, 1864. Tht unpaid tax was .)2 07, and tei bild for the 110(0 acres was $2L,800. It Is now al leged that no portion of the purchtasl e money was paid. After the death of Mrs. Lee, Gen. Custis Leo asked (ou gress to pay him a reasonable price for the estate, and not having received any redress be has now begun an action in ejectmeontto recover the property. Ills otject Is to secure a proper compensa tion for the estate. - - **.~--- - Diunnerr's LAvoite. EXTlaecrT-Are used and endorsed by the best hotels, oonfeotioners, grocers and the lrt famisues in ih.- oountry. Turs LIn ilxcu(nsi t.-At it u'otlou on Monday t.orning. 28d inas., the mag.ltfi ent sat.amer Itobt. I. Lee wil liave the rfoot of Canal street for a trip to the jetties. The fare f r the round trip is five dollre, rnoals included. With the epleodid April weather wh.ch is now ehining upon Lo)nisalle redomtmed, the exclrsri ,n will be a d,lirghtful one. 'The subject of the j tries ia o e of imnmenlse ints rest, anrt it must not be torgot ten that the pro zeds will be d.vuoted to aid the tearrrion's it.hoel. MAIINE NEWS. OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOC(RAT, , April 21, 1877. 1 Cleared I esterday. Brit bark Annao ilulrill, rntdilprs, for llarr- Noirten & B, 11 olhr Minile Oray, (tregorlo, for Appa'achicol- Master Arrives. Stoamship Kniicoerlho' or. KImble from Now Yol' 14o tient, t.>A Moulin-2i| ils H Brit wneamship Ahli..l. n Irns. rnm Livcrpool, valn Wlntl. ilhlsc. to A K Mill.r &. o-4-tl dil Hlip PI..iledl, Chuas. 43 days from llaIvri, to Decan, Zerega .tri--Poloct Get' .Iwip ti.n niall, Hambinh, 45 days fiolm remes, ii n a iOrr-1tii t i4 shipl J A Tbe mn on, Tlhomnlon, 9 dtlays from nle.fail, tol 1). an, Zor-ga &ou--:l.t d,' Nor bark Branto. . l'rerseon , fin Liverpool, March 1. to lusnon. Z/leAt &c.-i-- (fti li Span bark Mar a Lut a. Vi.,no, t (lays from lavanso, to Avendllano llrn-P li.t rbhr 0. o iSuley, ltoyul. from (alvnston, to J Kelly t2.1 ils ichr Laly WVloanibry, Wonolldlry. 6 days fim Rulntau ito.l 1 M.iAt-. - 1'1, 'I ' r ITIeAMiliAT4. Mary lidl. ueni. from Upper Coast Blue Wing No 3, Cnom.ntoa. Inom Plaquermion Marltlha, aIlastt, Irln. Low. C.lu *t. YWlnon, I olkiochol. from Lower oast. liertha, Ilroid rim Washillngtni Emma. Cautoni, from Lower ,onast V J lelitan Wit t1i , i, lotlu Minden lat.hoer, I.eutheri, froiu Vlclasburg. A.sInnip bo. I.)alfo.re, from LamiiUo Valley Jsabel, O'l'rv, ifrom Lower (Coast Eva, Ilansoml, frim Upper Coiast ieloe Farmer, Sth.rp, Irlu Lo wer Coast Rlelw oJnimlni liUp. Oer ship ('oneantatl, Knhlen, 4 ; days from Biomen. to I F Htsjakloi er kco Hxporse. A I'PALACIIICOLA--Per echr Minnie Citay--:It bble floor 2 Ibis whlisky 2 blh sugar I racks collbo 5 sacks 1n.rn 2. okgs sunldri s BAVRE--I'er bark Anuite B:nrtill--342 bales cot ton 3000 poe stavee Impel to. MARBSEILLE.--Pcr brig Primo----t'o rases soap 300 tases vermruith A CounurlO---2200 do 250 backets oil A (lrnudt-4 olea do Blolham & Mooel-lO0 lok win D Fatij &oo--;5 do Gelpl & Vi',ce---i2 oases cigarette paper Pnig, C(or asl &a -4 eks earthenware lot do 48 ljrs M Ilit lob-50 cases soap F Larne &to -500 basaets oil A Lanata-- 1000 do Icase plante 5.4 Oke wine3tl4 qr do l64 eighih or,.or--540 cases ver month 100 ecana moueat wine U Marlnoni Recelpts of Produee. UPPER COAST-Per steamer Mary Ida-45 hhds sugar J Levih & Jamison--alndrtes to order PLAQU1EMINE--Per steamer Blue Wing No 3 7 bhhd sugar CT Soniat--73 hides L Rey--sund lts to order LOWER COAST-Per steamer Walosn-enndries too d-.r LOWER COAST-Per steamer Marth --32 bbls rice J Nelsom-asudries to order WASHIINGTON-Per steamer Bertha---189 bales cotton J W Barbridge &oo-121 Beranu &i Olbert--i Salle & Cammack-11 A Tertro--8 John I Adams keo-8 Norwood & Riobhards-6 Lehman, Abraham & co-- S8 Gnnmbel-5 Bush & Levert-3 lones, Soberak & Auney-3 J L Harris &to-2 RIenshaw. Cammack &oo-1 McGehee, Snowden & Violett-3 bbls cistern bottom J W Burbridge &oo-2511 sacks cotton seed N O Cotton 'eed Assoeiatlon-1-4 bidels 1 bills do 1 bale,moss P Cnsse-71 hides Meyer. Wele &co-63 do t lBeer-4 rolls leather J M Dowling--1 bhle s. ins Grosr &;Williame-40 head cattle T Fos.- 34 do at head sheep Aycock. Mithbell oo-sundries to order -Total 3.. bales cotto.' 2511 sacks outton seed 3 bble molasses 64 bead cattle 21 head sheep LOWER COASA--1'r steamer Emma-sandries to order MIN DEN-Per steamer W J Bohan-190 bales cot. ton Jno Casife & Sous- 37 Richardson & May --30 Jorey & Gillis- 82 Chaffe, Hanmliton & Powell--73 S W R wilns-33 Claiborne &oi-- C L W Imeley & co--2 t W Seutell &eoo-snor.es to order Total ,171 bales cotton VICKSBURG-- Per steamer Natcbes- 949 bales cotton J L harris Loo--129 Richardson & May--5S Britton, Moore & Coleman- 50 J J Irby & Son-- 2 Allen, Nuaent Lo--;6 T L Airey loo--i a B New man &oo-la Meyer, Wes &co--10 Lehman, A bra ham eao-10 J Barnet too-It allen. Wlest &.-.-7 Graham, Black Leo-- Mosee Clark-4 Joe T Hardie 1&e- H & C Newman-- Chast'alagher- 3 t wart Bros &eo-3 J P Harrison Jr & -ºa 3 Payne. Kesneaiv oe-.3 Craig & MHog.p50- .hifb ta & owttoo . PowVll -2 S Gambel--S a ades 1ow is Iui-t ISLkhbam & Moore-1 Norwood & BLohar s -1 G W 8atetl & co--Il18 neeks oDes seed N O Cotton Seed Ass eau tion- 900 seeks cston seed mea Anderses & Simp sona-M bbls oil T LtAi le o.- bales mom A Par. loalle--t do t 4 Harris hoe--lo do i r blide Odele Sr4ll-l e ekseed catou GA Viceatr- nadd en toorder--etot 8 bII hales e . 18 ,eekseeitess sead s sal a ues bseeo atea l I saiL seed a ok 32 bbIls >ul sý~i Maedile to order LOW 8iO T-Pr ana r m.wTuestbet-N. meal. bait-deo b motlsoe OCt signee aakanow U0lfrlu AT ThS NmW 3ASIN. Cot.tetbna.-Per sehr P M Ptpp--1 be's eottes Warren Athlaon leo .U seks pasn Sherek & ereak soo-SO do 44 bble tuar 00 bble send order Toh.fe.n.te Rivir-Per 1obr Darlo and Darie--00 bb'a and order Bllled Dlver-Par sbr Jotitillle-10,000 ateven 000 el pboarl 1O ourdo wood tmaMtr Iinad leru--I'vu Bahr Cleament'e-s5 oords wood EEOIPT8 AT TUN OLD B.ASIN. leyonU Lcoembo-Per ohir Joeaphbie No -l-IO,O feet kimeer o0 der Balyou Laoombe-Per sohr CameUll-10,000 brioka order Tanglshos-Per eobr Pippoe 50 cords wood mts- r -o Msnubeha-Per achr Alelop.--3t of rds wood By Ratlllrada. NEW OIILNANJ AND MOBItt RAILIROAD. April 00-4 beta. oetton a, ' ek peae orderr-411 do Post k 1Hobby-4 bbles tur mnllaie uole kro--. bbl twl e J Mover-d-- de J C Morrle--100 bble lime O Foretatll-tcrO do U (Cltrk-O-t pkga tobacoo W Van Ienthuysan-tl do J J Irby & 8 n- -.0 do $ Bern. shelm d Mto-30 pkg. paper C Palmer &oo---eun d lea to odrdr-Tota 4 toles cotton NEW ORLEANS. ST. tUIIS AND CtHICAOO tA ILtAOA D. April 90- 113 bales Imtttn order-93 Meyer, Weis & o--oh Blohas M toor.--17 Atlltm, Nugent &oo-t3 iohtrdsron & May-l' Alone., Sohetrk & Amitek- PIeln, Kennetty &oon9. hUadle, Wood At o- 3 ttew rt. limie &oo--4 T L, Atrey &uo-- Chbeffe, Hamlrlltn & Pt.mel- --l alAketm.tre o- Valdon, Hawltis tAco -Tn al ti halen rotton 4 hbde tlbarco Meyers T ln-50 blis aoll J fl nliott -1 car aettlo I rat p. nltr' J W Chlamterr--55 toils batin ehe etRa hlftnnll & WItp'lnmI---- hot hbadwate Feirlhanke , t--5 bIl. wh lsky 11 M Imanesotn---75 htln tlmaocHt, LN Hernlhlmn & tInho--v care cattle Ay o ek MI choll &on-9q d (1 Mohle &r.o-- crs lumbter V Markey-10, t a oldt lron t httkreper, tmith & --It illt ,ot I, Itf lllel ter-3: care llin Vol.tr & W--lot bh gentl W Alitan--15 dri hidet 1 bll eklte Wang & Ctntam-m- bile fltler T' A l milton &co--o-- hIi Kode II T Taylo -I h rt JP ElJ aInore-1 do I t ridle I edlllt Itnlnitlt ntd stpur--Total 4 Ihhd tomaco l0 bi. oill 5 bble whiky NOW oILtJIANe AND TEXAII BAJLtiUALk April 00-9 bIlejs nrtefl oi ChaiU ky MIO)(1AN'A LOUISlIANA AND TEIXAI AIL .11) .,). A I i' 0- In hhlls icanmr Hobert lTnrt--1 dlo Schmilt s+ Zino tr.-i bain ran, cnn Cl lp, II on &eo-- I, b1 - a,t Iie liermuunn & Vi t',e-4 do 1 bltd int lnes! .1 A ll-,.rg--nmnltit t-t orl' r---'tutsl I bale outtn.n I bbl tllVny'as )+ II 1 lll - l 9 ll.ltt' 'ter atram.sllhip U(lIites Ifrm lnlinnola-l I, ales hlitlin 4 ilrott a ire U A Whitney klnt VFttro i veoteitn--llt tin cIttIn (U A Whiltlnt &cot -- wA h it'sl olrdeir..t ,to r t i, Hvrl--t24 blt e till .1 Al ig,,-mtn,, lime to or or--'otl I bhales nonton STEAMBOATS. o0to0 RIVER. IRE(IULAl CINCINNATI. ITWISFVILLE AND NEW OR t'ANHI PACKET. Leavo on o ATUItDA , 241 lnt., Iat5 . in ~,,/,.. a FOR (OIN' INNa.TI LOUIS vill., Evansvllle, Iltnderhon. -_ thawnetown Padwneh. Cairo, Mimnitils and all intermediate volnts. The pa.mungnr stUnamer A. 4'. DoNNAlILIY, Henry U. Hart, meater, Ed. JoInrtlly. Chlrk. will Ieave. uI ,bovo. For freight or passIag apply o, b arrd or to WAYNE & WILLIAMS, 10o Gravder street. IMOULAlA s INCINNATI. LOUISVILLE AND NtliW 01O EANH PACKET. Lnvrs on Ml)d I)AY. April ?,. nt r I,. m, FORl CINCINNATI, LOUISVILLE, Evanlsllllo, Hlend son hawnee town, 1'tulucn. 'alro, lfenmphih and all intormed ltae vl nts-The pssengor steamer T(lO3IPMON I)KLIN, W. 1. Miller. maste r. .In.. It.Jones. celrk. Will Ioave ns allovo. For frmight or prai ,uzo atp ply on board, or to WAYNE & WILLIAMS, list (travior street. N. P.--A plann of the enhin can he seern and sta.ttornrl n erllnged by applying at the offlne of Waynle & Wilil.mar . .~ REGULAR C(INUI.NA'rI,, LUUbI.I.l.u ,n, NEW rtllLEANH PACKET. L.nves on cr 1' ItJ'I AY. Aprll M4, at uts . m. F01 " CINCINNATI. L)OUINVII.LE. Ivanevillo I-mnfierson. Ihawnoe town, Padneahl. Cairo Mempha and all Intermediate points-The nessengor teamer U. P. S1NICHK, J. I,. Carter, master. DJiek Burns, Clerk, will eavoe aI above. For freight or eUe.nw tDIp .lv on board, or to WAYNE & W IIl ,IAMS, ap2.l 1(0 Oravior street. SOTACHTTA RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER TItANMSPORTA'TI'N COMPANY. OUACHITA CITY, TRENTON AND MONROE. senl- Weekly OuaIpitta City Packet. Leaves every WEDNESRIAY. at C . tpm. FOR OUACHITA OITY, T1E~ . ton. Monroe and all way land nge ITho stl:tner JOItlN (I. IANNA, (In place of Ouachita Rolle,) J. W. Blanks, master, Joo Holmes. clerk, Will leave regularly a.s .bove. For freight or passageo apply on board or to Capt F. A. ICLANKS Presldent, No. 2 (I Lnal street, rxorner Delti. RITFE OA ,LIN BItITTON & EPPLEB. JAr NEY & WORK, LORID) Mc;PEIKE. 4p'te. V. 1N.-llas regular connection with all the trlbutarios. It i tf NEW OIILEAN1 ANi) (UACIHITA RIVER 'TRANHPORTATION COMPANY. leaves H 11 Uilt)AY. April 21. aLt p.m. SFOR CAMp IN. ' , IORIIADO, L `Il.thitaCIly, Monro, Trenton and all landrings on 1Iluh1 and Ouachlta ltivers-The fine light drýift pa songor steamer Gus Iodgeo. master. J. 1'. Mohr, cl,'rk. Will leave a.L abovo. For freight or passage apply on board or to F. A. BLANKS. President. No. 2 Canal. corner blte st. FTI'E & COARLIN BIiITTON& gPPLEKt A .J NNEY & WORk. LORD & McPEAKE..J ,ts. aapl7 BAYOU tARA. FOlR BAOg i ABl. WATEnndor Eermitage, Port Hudson. ato Bouge. PFaouemino and Fostofi landings-The United States mall semi-wee paeke GOT. ALLIE'. (In place of steamr W.. .Pike.) Leave.s ev Ab"er A anb IDA. at S JANNEY & WOK o t Coiman st das sm A.O.G ODI.DIf. N a alaxe. OLD RELIABLE PIPi _llEIDSIEIk The oldest and most popular brand of CIHAMIPAG1NE -IN THE UNITED STATES, For sale by J. B. SOLARI & SONS. SMITH BROS. & CO., ZUBERBIER & BEHAN. THOS. H. HANDY & CO. E. CONERY & SON, BUR.E & THO %PSON, EDMUND DUBOIS, CLARK a MEADER. CHAS. BLUJO, -And EVERYWHERE . !l~artrI5 Y1153 9BAUb 5 M· WAU ntE Yr Y " Y Leavesm1h :?lr lb At i OGDain.i A. Th.,*, Ohs.. Thorn, SONG ";, am, IrvIIII Leave SAhIWAY, AhcPbrsl , at3.U.1ki to eoop b'PUI y' ,> Lprla tw o ",a cave:j Q rrs i di o m b e d lym."Wssry Uvast Ussr. Pais :. A lA0END a ma tZirb o rlnand war steamers NOW Say! Able, HA. linnitImaMtgg. Leaves every IIATUIIDtIAT. at uP. m. Will avre aul iy f above, for o°t4 Pasargm sppM n oaror to lams Nn, 21 Cln art td~~: 1YftRinI1~t'! i 2_____, _ UNITED STATESI MAIL PAOIZT. Leaves evefy a 1iB , NOB1 Y 'LW f tu& Wm, tiami m Inb..U,lo . i ;r.~ke A. Ne ny and Jno. II. it,, ^"Arlo. lonvosa r45. oo JJti~noixgLt at istrg 1je or, D)er OrCrk and 'iwilahol'bl., It, R I r A WORK. IUgTiK (,rl~a ;taflia. (1n j~tja iRr rv6v i 'Tlrronih Bills of LJ~ ,ad dgfon to ~P itW tonJrof nOd all Stationin, on V hI.tlititilUfiiuj, Dortt r~nil Tpxn·a!v'"" i ···t R·FroU~~E. uNITED iHTA'TEM MAIL ?AOtVKT. Lenv~ tha* Ptjli~litY O , , ( lxnetr PO rot gnioiýIi" ,ýIORE WWL Vicksburg anl the Iiuudi-Th i gird NOt d a tahTk~llyn :.. ter~ FRIAKi PARGOTID. 1. M. White, master. (1 llolmesl WI l lenvf as abo y~, nnnn~itg atiaa wth thne "'nriaot il' foyaU poto onWI antu Tallab atobie rivers. t or freight or Puule ge apply on board, or to JAx'Yifn I A OHHf itwAteF a O. Bº'Obf~z T OAHT)1b!!$, - Through Bilk fe a ltu e to 'J'O',, Monroe and all itao on flnlrahie, rVp, port and Ternµ all oad. Also to all poý. es Arkrhpfolls and Pune H1101 I A roa SATUIDAXY YV *IL tiTJL A Leaves everý1 8AM7Iat I C(IPttGtt Slng-The all lot J u N oJ~vese nger Match.., Onuotý pinutyo rwltitht or a,o~tgo Telia ,cýýlo inan BnosflV and wi i nchorLinie for Moznspri sýgl or r PUS, npi~ly on boardr ýA NNE Y A '$It y~ Coant teuerA BIT Hm &CABLIN, Tohonptol, P119 of lna pav to OPZLO fiRlbi. /IIXOULAII O OElrMtNAI 1, heaves overy W~ l)fDAY t M sus, rort ~a ~e.Sims vile, an al land Atchaf alaa Rtiver and Bayou (ionf new andlight-draft steamer CAANY ne. 3, H. I. Broad, master. f38. Slobmit will leave as above, ory fre o ol[ n board or to Bil'f'JMl a 1 M.--Connects loeo'9· with 1t4 amer y ror Bayou de lOla & Also gv h ladlingato r'gno tacf. REOULAB Oi'PEhL' A. PACU. Leaves everty ATUt A t oe FOR ¥It WAtHIQT IE ,, I Port Barr S imsort. v dlle an land nsoithO l toh amrt a river atnd Bayou coa - now and light draft pesenger steame A. P. Troundale. mestor. Theo.e, d. . For freight or passage ? o . ' ia2 4 1 ehoup toui.s P. r.--Connects closeol with steamer for Batyou de anize. Also glves throug lading to Bayou Brauf. __,_ AMI- w EkKLY A fYOU LAFOV1ICE.5 - uCOArP PAOKK9+. THIIOUGH TO THtIBODAUX . Loaves evel y MONDAY at s p, m. audI .i at 10 af. m. THEFI FiiaVIDE-W0LSThEM. IIRIitY 7313. J. F. Ateoln, maater P. A. Chrlet, stelrk. Pays particular attenti n to way b.u.etl -'.4 returns down the Coast Hundsys a .d days. For freight or passe ParoIi or to rap io0 ttf _l l .eetar NEW 'OR LEANH. CAT A D Leaves every BA, URD Y as av, m., WS . t W t, tv 1 w oroa. I, " J. A. (3 mtek. msa taer. : Goo. . Woods and Obh. . .... Will leave as above, and eontilnue season. For freight or passage apply t -jIIW TO BEN TUBE1AYB' os DRenon masterN , N -teves as aboveevery fo dsy, Sqturday at 10 a m..n thuetrdays d Sundays. For fresgl !orW1 fee J.Ds W ''i Tig 4osti eh IhWE LY54JWP KL OU (I D of TreatOa) . D. Terrmouneo Master. H.D.T rreboano.ei Leav .ew Orleans every `rt $t) L P. 8.-Will carry freight as low tS- ay yen, every MO1 A- .g a_* p. m.. S*n4 at 1l m Frans lBerreron master 3 0. Lteaves s abov" for onumie nl at returtnN[ every li8NDA x ad WMD S'r/or r p 1 W aje awtlygn bO The new and feet l ast O. Oa. w Jt. .agestor. . J D , 2*06Dnl~nrfsau l -,r~o~arfH~l o