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VOL. V--NO. 51. ..ý NEXr ORLEANS, IUNI)AY, FEIBRUARY 8, 1880-TRIPLE SHEET. PRICE, FIVE CENTS• SURE CURE ")R COUGHS, COLDS, CONSUMPTION, BRONCHITIS, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS. 1'ut up in0 (unril Size Bottles for f'namily Use. Ixtract from Report of the teosanmilea ner of Internal Revenue. TIEABURIY I)EPARTM ENT. o.ffin of Internal Revenue. Washington. D. 0.. January 2., 1180. Veaers. LAWRFNCE A MARTIN. 111 Madison ptreet.Oblagen. litl.: QettlPern- I have r.onnlvd "a certflloid formula" giving the ingredrln's and relative propor tions used in the mannufature of an article which you advertlie and sell under the name of "TOLU ROUR AND riYK." 'hi' nomponnd. aonording to your formula. In the opinion of this omoe, would have a suftleient quantitr of the BALSA M OF TOLU to aive it all the advantages . eoribed to this artile in pictoral complaints, whlle the whblky and the syrup oonstitute an O emulsion rendering he mi pound an areeable remedr to the patient. In the opinion of this office, an arthleo compounded according to this formula may properly be eleemed as a medicinal tepl,nratic under the provllons of Schedule A, following se, lion s437. United Btates Revised Stat ite . and when so tamped may be sold by druggists, apothecarles and ether persons without rendering them liableo o pay special tax as Ilnor dealers. Yours. respectfully. (Signell) OREEN B. RAUM, Commissioner. LAWRENCE & MAHRTIN, Sole Agent% for thie United State. and Canadas. Ill Msaudlioa nsd res't, ( ItaestarWas. old in New Orleans y ,rorw. .DrumggR ta and Wine Merchants generally. WHOLESALE S)i'OT, 3b and 5l1 (,UHTOMIIOUdi.t ST iET. ef at steed F. HOLLANDER. LEGISLATURE f0 LOUISIANA. THE RBMATF. SATrnDtAY, February 7, 1(t0. Lieut. Gov. MEnorv ctallied the Hottute to O.der punctually at, noon, thitty Benators proe nt. a iquorum. The reading of the journal of the previous day was disvoensed wit h. OOMMITTEIP R RaEPORaTi. Senator Watkins. from the uommittoo on the Jfldolary, reported favorably whih amend ments to Benkt. bill N ,. ti,. .., tn Jliltio trial-. on tle ordinary docket of tie Hutromn UJlrt. lavoraitly on Henate bill No. 31, relative to set lo, 1t1 of InT0, ," Favorsbil on i enate hill No. si, to amend section 1991 of thilt H'vi'Vtd 'Iat otes. Unfavorably on HtiinC bitl No t74 to amend str re-enact seotion P:tl ,,f tIth, , i v .1 ed tittutis. By oenator Aby, frorn the ( al.llitllo oil Health and jQuarn, Ine. unlfavorably on ieonate bill No. 64, relative to corotnet .. NO)Tt.t'9 OF lIL,.. By Benator Watkius-To aumond se.ltion u517 of the Revised Htatiutei. By - To tultInd rule No. :17 f the Mrnnte. The report of tIhO eolnmtI'"ti, utuvliling for the removal of the Hnuat" Chltatter, was taken up and voted on--tl.e result beitg li ytleas to 1l lays-a tie. The presldint settr.ld the lquetstion in the altlrmative by voting y',s. A motion to rlvotstidr tlthe vSlt'- by whtoh thRl reDort was adotted, anddlcl to lay that otitotllll on the table, was lost, however. by it vote of o1 nays to 1i yeas. The Senate went into elr,'tive sesaion. ArT'ERt ItX kUTIVIC HE RION. 8enator Kidd nlovo I to tr','eonlder the vote th the view of anllnitlllg the riport no as to limit the expense of thti rltnovl to S, li0. A motion by Hintltor Rtob,,rtsoit to t. Atpone indefinitely was mnit by ta tlotliont fromll Houator Lidd to lay on the tal. . l,. whlt'ol was lo, The questiton coming it onl til e itnd lllte VDO.tpohument of the rtlultt. the vote wits 1i yeao to 12 nays. Ai'TtON ON tIIti1 . BSenate bill No. --. to r'adtiIt thti land ofmlon. rillstaken up with thooullitt, amldmnldm-'t. Pending eonsitderitlu of theill hil, .+ ii stvi'tal order of thile ay, the iuont.tt+'td ellt ' 1 olf lo V%', Bryan. was oaillod nd tit ows p und. untiie d.tur Any next. at I o'oltok. The holoondtleratioul of the land ofiton iIllt was taken up again. An aminlllintl,'llt oiTli.tl byi Mi,r aretoin, to ro.lnt'e thls pilary "t tile registrar Irte $1to $ 10h II year, was .jil il thle laIt,I. ([The Clerk of the oulllsse alp' r.d lt lit atl pounneed that that tt b nly halld It ..'d l, It-,U' hi Its Noe. 26 andi 37. and astK d iolilul rt nti' titrtein. Also. that the dotls thal t 17c1' it rol ill t tle tonu ate amendments to Ht,t-litt hill prtvid.lll for i committee to CxamitLne in thle rolidilln t01 tihe batnks.l 5ev' ral other tnelndnments to thle bill under consideration wito tlaid on the toal ,. Rlanld tie amenldments of the It. urnlitteo to thie fltt seeO tion were adopted. tiection 3. providillng for the atltintmlont of a ohiet clerk, wa- strtiken oult, in t'ordance with the re.omteetdattio of tho (,,ulliitlte on (or Dorqtions ap.vIFIIng to s~ettonll 1. Other mttar antiteid n,,ts w'reo made. BSecton 12 wne tl ttokn l out. Il Ist itight allow of the entry i-f ba.k lants (I wod,vdi laudt) iltd make front lands vahlut.lews The bill was orderted re.grossed and read a third time. ON FINAl, PAHAitR. Senate bill Nou. O.. il,-tI ntt, for No. ss to pro vent mlnlsterial or 3i1tlill oilto.'-rs fr'.it g nllI baill for trt,.norers or to lita' oil ili I ir r'.".lo' tive courts '.in a criminal n'lhlrTlK. I',lls. 1 litltlly by 6l yeas t1, 2 nays. TRIED REAIttINO OF 14O.17'. IIIt T., Housebill relative tl , t fl IlIn h , f lt ted river Wets taken tip atnd flntllly Ii-.' 1d nIl tnlltllliii'uly. The Senato thoui Ia 1rl 11 t ulllt Mondlay t t noon. HOUSE OF RLEPIIEMN Ir TIVE9. AT U RnAY ..ltan :ary 7. 1s1O. The ~ tas was olltdl to olter at i 12: ' 'r I t , I O Speaker .gli.,o , tIthe chtirll and slt Vl'tly six metmbers plresnlt. Prayer wa- ,,t'liodl by lov. D'. Pore'lvai. Leave of lihont1,' was'. gt'ntlle,'d |') It, p esonta tive Voorhhe f ir lthr, tlts, . sittl t. lt'pDrrosonu tative Jackson. oif Ht. Malry. for t we days. INTRODUCTION OF 11I41,R MEIlttIALt AND RER l1.1' 1'1ONH. By BeDpreseittliiiv' ArI.lti rolng--A n Rft to pro de for the trial of t llnlltlil oI L.- where the strict judge is r. tutse or i,th rwise disqual |Ld from silt ila. By Repireentatilvl Atllltil -A nelmmlirtal from John Dardennet. "tonslt talkr of i, " tparish of bervile. aptc'lntued b, Glov. Nichohlls. aiskin compensatiton for his services. By Representatliv Atkins--An not to provhlt for the eleA.tbi of tah X asl'esisOrs i t 81a 1 . ltntand city of New Orl-sans. and to provide for the method of atstestnlmen'R By Rlipreialtattylv' Fon,-'l-A tuiittlon from Joe. S. Copea tr ifo lmlrllt m tnout for b nidt.,i,1d to him by the tltmt' of Lntill..i, ili hout it l.' By Beprt'ein ativ- tltlthaw+tty-An Niot to TaTrry into effct artide 112 of Ihe consettution of the State. By Representative Riohardt n-An act to re peai and re enact a.tlcl 3547 of the Civil Uode of Lonlislana. By RU Dprsentative Vtr-et -A 'olnvcrrent rego Irtion lentructing our l1.or.sa uta' Ive,s i1 tIon treeA to secure an apprprliatmu l n r olelniuag outP(asqeenine Baylou and Gr,and river in thle wirish of Ibervtille. anIpPOTS or OMMIrTTEe. The Coamitte oA Judieinry reported favor hy a ortain Senate and B. se.i bil . e 0Comate oRn W rits aa pi reported favorably on the milltli cReount of GOV. Nlhh iola. and recommended that it be avt)roved In all its Darts. The Hpusker announend. as additlonal mnm bera of the Commltt.e on ALivropilallous. IMrtors. -I irris uA d Weems. N,tli.e of i ntention to Introdulce blls on a fu ture day was givenI by a number if memlbers. REaOLUTIONII FROM THI TAII.R. Br lRnpretentatt v, Al' ken-That the Bh)eaker appoint a eeot,'l ciUommllltee if li.t tihember.s whose dulty It stIall bie to examllle aItnd retort to( the HineU whetnhr liii Cru iout. (Ci y or New Orleian (rPigll t (J,mntitly has comtiled with lits harter. Alopt.ld. The Bpiakor anolnnet, the followlng conm mlttee ralstd by the foregoing resolntln.: Ki t,. r.sontatlvita Alt'ko,. Cosgrovd. KavantUugh. Mignen tliud AllIen. By ItepreAsnuatlvno (nrley-That the Comm it ton oI ih .Juldihlarry )) riqrlnneted ti exantilno lnto the proesnt ntllatm of dealing In what 1s known as futlres iln o(ltton In the 'ltly of New Otrletnne, and who her the same IH not In viola tion of articl 172 of the citstitution, whtieh do clares gambling to b, a vice; adlt that salil committee be tiotl-wered! to ret "rt by bill or otherwiln whi thor ,i- . ohlbitlon of tho sadu, Is a restrilotloio on I turnllert. rtctiUr.enittivc(H 0 aIRave. Devornaux and Luke finvri.t the rcsolutln,. whic'h wal ov t o- i by IIepresenlttativ, lviI U. lReirisentlllive Kitvnttniuh mveinl thnt the resolhution bt lalid on t.e table. Lost,--yeas 2. nay. 37. The resotlution was th-n ndoDtled. The nolteurlito.t resolution ithlttilve to the anptlootmenl . of a st l('dl cormlnlitteR to lotv~itllgint tIhe blaks a. d bank llg Insti tutionse of the city of Now Orleanu canme ibatk from the anneatn wi h nn inliti td ment fixing the number of Ninators on salld Wonim)ilt( it, t.llree. I'lTh amonldmnott was colncurreid inl and the ree.ilution all)ioited. The Stipak,-r avtpointt-l e. the n lluse0 mom Inra of i.he ioi)mmitoe Messrs. Munuday. Ogdtn of Btssier. Buliur Iand (laldt . HOtUHE III,t.L ON RtECONIi nIlADINoa. "An art to amend tnnil ri--rnerts ailoin 2 and * of act No. los ,f I.l, nttitleld 'An att tio reor a~ni|on this tnte I.thlld Offie. #v v ." " reportrd tavorHli." hy c..mmillto. was taken up and or drreit t. bio Lprlinto 1. "An nact foIr thl r-lle. of J. H. (nosgrove, con ventionll printer." rentorlt.l fttvrably bIy the (mllll',tot on AtUroll tiathona. was ordered to be printed. "An ot, to torernnt naury In loans to om Iloves of political corlporationll ." we roecom mlitod. THA ('I'TIlZiR' PANE, Repreopntiativl Wih,. ihv 'onls nt. lntroduoed at 11,. tlmothe fllowing resolution: Resolveid, Thit thn (C omlrlinitio (un Iltinks and BItnking lii reitlied to givt a thorough iivus ligt ti u oif ltH tiTfd 't.H (I liOt t C(II, ns' II ink, e' piolilly in refs·l seoici to tlht aseote retpresented by I an)titon lproplrt y. tRlorese.ntatlivl tllti r d.eslid on oiitl ti out of its ord, r Hrlnat bill No. 5. relative to legal hollutdys, In ordtr to titsI it tit thil tme anit ear I. I lcity of N* w O( leans frotm the arlb ir rassmIunt iof two leg tii holidays ioellrirln next w.nt,. IO)h 'tll4, n wals made alnd tLhe motlon W r not i.iitertiulnrd. The catlonld r hiling exhaunted the House thou adjouinndl utll i it't n.ick iII Monday. --- ***------- MARIT'IME. Two Vessels Ashore Off the Now Jersey Goas`. HtititNis. N. J , Fet. ri-The brig CaPtalla Is .tII allittre. lih dil'hltllgigtg contllluoes. Ancht)rs tnild onblhm hare hi brnl all out from her. Tha.slitiuln-r hot.liis int atinitntln,. The tchololntir s ithil ltiarlliig, ftnt C4iodlar licys, for New Yiorlk. hotori reiotilt- ashorei ttti ir thui (.,ldira. atI N- tunly IIf 'k relrnitinod in thoe Ieame ~cniti loi at it . In.. Fe.hrullry 6. A I8110OINtiR ('AI'PIZRI.D. iT. JOHN, N. It.. f I. 7.-i1) irtit a ltl iall Rl.i day aftery'* nit t ai ,h ",nor wa+''l iz It at (0 ianeyr's Cov(. i rini Mianoit. anld ,Jo iit Neshit. Ftraik It hIlltus u.Jhlin laIrr.y MrSr. Liilwtiy tnil i.'ta. Siottlon Ft'anli lln wore driwned. They all btlonhlid to Gtrtiti- M inl in. ......-~ .Lt)l,--- . REX IN IItVANA. He Has Sailed for Now Orleans. HAVANA. F -h. 7 -The. fl et f his M ijesty the King of 'ii iuIrnivaIl il.t this vort at 2 u. m. to day for New Orleans diret,. Dllring hlis vvit hero Iilex Wrn thn gunte of Oultailn G(inerat Blanllio. and wits rctiivilt with distlng.l-hex c .hl.aii, at I , by ont ciliz . gtnerally. All will on b tarl the II ict, an 1 in high expectation- of a gulriousl reception in the Cr.ceent city on Mondiyv next. The New York Weekly Bank Rtatement. Naw YORK. Feb. 7.-The weekly statement of the aiso,-i ted banks shotws the fllowing eluuges: Io nis tnereatn $7.1i7.10n: sperli. in ereo.tc. $2.64t .00;: legal tndrse, ,leiroaa- , $'2 14, 1,l: liepi.)-I.., Inoreasle. $4 724+,:1; el nlnBition. ilteroa-e. $153 1e0 : reserve, ,toorea.e, $644.375. Th- bMtnks now h,bd 5;.331.450 In excess of the logal requirements. - The Strlklnr Penn.)mvanla Miners Re sume Work. ALt.RNrwN. Pa.. P1bh 7 -The strlkilng miners at IEsti Texis. numbarhi.g a veral hundred, re sumed work this murntlug at uld wages. The Lopton milner are i-t Ii ut. Pure st.kr and fancy erndles, bon-bon., pri. candy. orystahsed fruit and all other kinds of eandlee. at very low prices, at Miller & Deil auama's.eo. 52 and ia outh Peters street. ACROSS THE SEAS. T"heo Part Played by the RIussians In Afghanihtan. Charges Made by the English Gov ernment That Russia Instigated Shere All to Oppose the English Troops. The Army Increase Bill for Germany--The Amnesty Question in France. EMNf AND. Losnow., Feb. 6.-In the Hou'e of Commons Sir Batff rd Northeote sald he found no fault t with the Irish members for taking this early opvortulllty of 0 illog attention to 5s Im portant a matter. but they would be ga B1n outsild of theoquestion of distress in occulying thm Se1ves with such vo luts as those d-alt with in the am"ndment. He dlitinotty denied that that the government had allowed the matter to sleep. He said the report of the registrar gen eral for the past year, just recelv d. dlise os.d a very unsatisfactory state of things. Th a ex tent of land under crope in Ireland was I ,e. than during any of the or ceting ton years Tnt total value of the prinlU ul (tri.os for 1Ni9 is e nstimaltel d at £2t3,le0,.(H ), against Et.t: 0l0 nluo f r the prcedinig year. The VpOt)it) "'", of 1719 Wcll estimated at t,tloooll hundred wetg t. whereas It l PexPetetd that tile yield for 1)79 will be only 2 200,060a hundred wehlult--. mn-s alnrming decrease. Toward the end of last October. the Irish government forwarded the cabinut inf, matloti, whllh the gwovernm..u took Into setllotl oonsldiratlon. Iuviilng the LIrd Lieutenant and othere to attend in Lon1 idon. '1 he government lound thla there was non slderable epulretlension or famineln somile i rts of Ireland. They thereupon took the trlc,-u. tons nsoe'ssnary until the meetli'g of Parlla ment. The Ohancellor enid ton the bill which he Intended at a latter perird to introducell there woulti be provisions authortiznga he local .ov ernment board to direct the b 'ards of lanar dians to issuo food and fuel by way of out. door relief. It would also be roprosed to allow the boards of guardians to borrow money In exeoptliual cases. The question of lotlnlo sating thie employm, nt of labtor was one lull of diftflulty, but the governmenut was de sirous of dolng somethin i ng i thlt dhieo tion. and they thought, it beat to glve some encourag..ment to DePrsntl to borrow money to bHe used Il thn mlurovlllletl of their land: therefore they prIopos to a'I.ltlne Iltl1 on exneediug easy terms to landllords, to bh used for that purtos ). Baronial sessions woul, also be asked to mnake resentmunts. Theo. Dollnhugh (LirtAlel from l'ralno) Paid the couras was to lOed money to farlnllors. nt to landlords. The debate was continued by tlle following I Home flu i me Imbers; Col Oofhurost of (ourk. Arthur Moorn of Clon me., Dr Michael Ward of taliway-. Mijor iran els O'ltelre of Lneltrimln. Charles Joseph Fay .f Cavanan 'Patrick Martin of Kilkennlly alnd John George likIeUarty of MIl ow. all of whom c.'o dImtued tile g verument plans as IlaldeIqlalte. Itighut ion. D. R. PlIlltkat. (Jnservsttlv i. of Dublin UnIversity. sail Mr. ParUnll's utter s n5sl would only be resolved with Igtlthlng, and their result mright be an snltation wialou would sn.i In bloul y resistanto tI, law. T. II. tO'D ,nell, Hme I.tilo m mhier from Dungarden. arose to a point of .oltdlr ut:on this f ej reossion. T'lereupon the Rpeaker ruled Mr. Plankot's I languag' llll unprlaf nontary. The Times I yse: The ltleral defeat In the Liverpool elrtllion yesterday canno.t Ih oT p laineld Iway y by thoe tatement tilht I,Ivort,'nl is esseFntially a Conservative C.ontitlllney. Tih mi IRny Itn it his s. 11r i the t 51551) SC.R . )If tlhe rn form bill It ha spvonl times ret.urnItd a LlbertI memnllbr.e lther first or ,)on',lll ill VotingIII. and sli e thlre hIvIe thoin three lnelrntl r (ho. thir'I has always beeon a LIthral. Tile 'Tn1 s' conrlleh t slon Is that thtlorounttry dioes in1 htll)\'lllhat the governnteut d's .rves then ]onIIitillto1a 1)1s whioh I tlle00 ).en1 honltd u11 n tllheml. It. ratlher thinIk they should have i fair hanceo of completlug their work. AFVII ANI1'TAN, LolonoN. Feb. i.-The Ilun hook on Afghan nffTlra has boon 1tanmod. (on. Roblhrts ro,torts that hn had a nontersaRton with Yakoub K han Ilt (otohor. 11.1. In which the lattor statil that the Britisn iulslion. under HSr Novillo Uhanm lorlialu, wIta turtn+d bhuck hy thn advlico of t.hb it .IIlIan EOuoy at CJinul. M. "JtllotorffT. and that wilen Shatre All qJluttodt Aflchlanistau in Iotrenl her, 178. hio I-un' d a tirm1in to the anuthoritl n 'f Hioral' dol'hi.luln that M. . oillottoff hi t] wrlt ton to him as f Illrw: "'The Emnlror',r dletir Is that you shou'd not admit ihoe Eniuslih Ilti, your coOultry. and1. like lIt yoar. von are to treat thorn wt hL decelt utill ii c It, 8iHision pnavr'sa: thon the Alinlthti'u will will hn iado manAIifest, to you ; that is to aty. the KitRe slan og'vLrn'll nnI will cont t, your nsi-stanno. El her bi dtilonmatle a" in we will entirely ,utt, IT Kf glish communicatlon and interf.'runco wltht Afghtaitltan. or ev.tnts will cud In a mitht y and ihniortant war." The blIte book ro peeting naffair In nentral Asia has been Istnod. It shows lthiit on the ninth of July. 1879. Lrdl Hall lbury. Mtinisor of Fornlgn AlT Idrs, Iaked Uonuit Mohu v hlofl, hion lttiteltan Antblliseador to EFnland, whnthir thorn wets Any truth in the repouta that an orpedlitlon rtimm (o.oIlan Int'lended to o '"llnpy Mi. r v? ouint 83,'houlv.tl IT saId tha' the noxptdnItltn wite Iit rect.d agilnst the Toikkn Tur'omans, and thut he Ontlely'ci dic holl' vli I the oxlstteJuo amllong any soction of th ItRu slIn statsmon of any wish to advan,, on MHer. On the sixttenlth of July last M. De Ol ,v,. of the F,tiratlan OIlico. to mnrted mtthese laslrannts to Lotrd Dulffirrlt. Brit sh Ambassador to Russia. In the most positive forti. B ,ron Jmint told Lord Duffor in that thi" ox htedlln would stotl 2o01 vers sho.lrt, of Mrv. btui ladded 'althouigh we doi not Intitnd to go to MIrv or do a' ythlllg whilh may hbi lnt.l pttotdl ai a m1una to Engilan .1, "oil tmust not dniivo yourself. for tIih re tilt, f o or pr!sent prot-otted ingt will in to fnrnl-.h its with a batso of ottort tionts aulilnst Englnudl hneraftlr, .houtl'I tho Brltlth goviri ntmtnt by th o.'U-tilt; In liif rlirut throatlen our pre:-tnt position in UPutrnil Asia " On August 13 tho Etporor nasllrued Lotrd Diuffrln that there was no Inltntln that the Ili-ulan troioa shoui t advatltnto on Miryv. )hot o'i August 25 M. Dn (l lor.a,m l.ltnittlug oin the termis In whlih IHTon. i(Elwtar I anhot.ilO. it lish Undlor 8thlirtalry oif iatte for Ildia, eouvtyud I.istmul' n IIa P UssuIranl s on thltil .s u j 'tl ' tot ltil.in oif Commnm-. saitd that h ' con.il,,d d M. i t in hop.'s laingitage wi;.t toro tanr, lll tht althnottrh thu aidvance onl Morv foirmoe nto part of thte grogramme. RIuslti did not intendt h. a sol mn plio,-'gt given for all time o to irt'elunt, h',r self from over going to Meirv: nvter-helts' Lord Dufferin might rest -snitl-d that Mnrv was Iin nt sense the objtot of G 'n. C ,z ireff'pl expndtiloin. A disptltcih from Lahore says great arettlly iof food, Dprvais liu JellalabhiV Mahommutd J it|'s emntlsaries are gaining it fluen"t In lth Mulotd.u district and are etopping all supplies destined for (abul. GERMANY. Loitrnow. Fth. 7.-A dispatcth from Berlin sants: The appeal of Bavarian Ultrnmn',anons. Imrploring the Ktin to nonsent to autgm"n"u' tlion of thet army. foreoastst the attitulde f ,the O'"itro party towards tlhe arm s hill. In thi hopbu of emmnlitng HIs ' Rrck to make cnes. Ions on tbo churcit qtuatlon. This hipuo may prove fallelous. as thie ibvernme'nt is almtIst e'r tatO to havr the requisite mftj tritv without 'he Ultramontanes. Even tilt tprovlnu',al Prowgraeslt organs begin to acknowledge the nt'-ss'lity for an increase of the army. BKRLIN. Feb. 7 -The Lonwr House of the Diet to diy resumed the d.-hate on publi wor ship estimates. H-'rr J.d' zgevski eO'mvlained of the harsh antllcation of the May laws in thb pr'vnluea of Pnsun. H-'r Von Pa ttam 'er. Minister of W.e-sblh redlaed that the government never intended reodering the care of soals in vacant parteshb a comolete Impnestbtitty. The minlmtry throulsont belleved that the exerlise of cer. tin omif Ir tbhe eler men of eighborln pet Isheem .nuttoa , TIe lel alumottt o -llIar4l Iktii E niw l . s 0t Iu lti, ... . -+ ,.. , ++ + + o +: .- . . . +++=. . . Ir tongover'-nleort or' F. I' lltfitlll'r v Itl' ,tienh Pr-. tt lhln" ' . It, p'vi 'v tf Il rr 1 it,,, Ht rr Vonl P'l' klrv11 r I t. l li that lh 1 gov .nr nllIlnit w i. l 11 * y1.1te lih iIi tpeth . , ti l hI'a so long aSI th'tv rontall 1n f.t h' u't Iti',e h ok. 11i"re H loior'"r'l' o,.jiected to the Item for an 0o,. (:.'ll,'" B 4hop Hir V iN Put thanmrner Pnhl thit fhia ar ragm,'a.illnt Was Rii' | totd bhy pI ri. liow Andl r")lH I-o'Pree,. Ind hitt tno irountd.l exist for alteriug It. fh.b time wa'r vo.t,. FR IINiE. L.o~otw. Febh. 7.-A dll.t,ittch from Parl. to the T7' ttii4 -ny: "M Jullh ( z I. MitiR 'r of Jl. I1t', In R" intnrvi',w witl, Ilt n n- mint too on the Sit) et. ,'f thn aronnpty hill, stated that thn ftov " na1n'l'tobje''-fle r TOIt H14 It IPonvene4'1 t .quanti. on iettlleld et, year )by the uLaI',ittent- rof ai part al aR, n- ty law. They rtwo ve to !hem.l.,-Ives. however, tle rlght of Indlvidulnl pardone, and w.-i.tl furnish Ia eon of t'idoe tt~ltols I geit theml I anllly t[t'r.('lnt ('.detlm.Ined by (efaul'.t. whoI might at ply f r It,. th )ugh s uI, favetr it, I mltrilre to u+g"'. The tIlninber of (I-rattns W Illi ixth O Irn J l trtin i intttl.y ra (18, tieptntly. 6437 who wor.t " .onni" utuil . pIn ri.i . r 'ind1 by do l l) t,. hi.lttI'I ' M. flochef rt nditl olthers." i J.I ultli d"' (J...lnrla ln hlA written a ltt'r to M. Onnltell(ta. preellnrt of th' hllhmtler 'f I)t p.otle., thaunlig him for thb jatl-it rendered to the miremory f[ hi. fItth-r Iby M. (irmnthtta In 'he (lhanu t'r whlle a mlounnl i , hil- iath. S'Anla. Feb. 7.-in th Chnmbh'r of I)Deu tl."H It,-itly H. PI'rlir read the emin Ill t,-h'- r.porlt on thIl general aml oI tyv hill. Thn rriort advoo.vtn ItsR Aet) i.to r Jelltint. The deoh t o.n thI hill h1 a h.ion I0oIel for Thursday ntnt, until wblIh tfma' th" Uh CIln).rT a.lj 'ur, i . It woIn revtr'ed to the Ihltote of it,' (Ohamhers thtit Ad. oail Jiture qillt.erry. Mlnite.rr .of Mo fin', hrs rftwIvllid.i Gen. Arthur J.Tuls Morln I. dead. aged eighty live. AUZ4T'II A. VIEnw.A, Feb. 7.-I( th 1 lowmr hace, of the lRtthi"r atll to-day, lirr M ng' r eh ntmitti'd an lite' pnllathion idet'ribingie a m.Rn1Io-+ tI l uter nal poase' he untittin uretennil toe th' Minlettr ,f Worbhlp y ftitur Ii 'tmltan bhlhon.. akt ng for ithn re.torition of bhe o'tttfe)i.i)lntl a.ntd leri cal lunfla.nlnoe h uctools. tHrr %tenger asks the gov. rurnnnt wbht lttet they Intenid taking to ward off suoh attaks on t.h I t,'aoe of the State. MPAIN. MaWnat. FPb. 7.-At the trial of Franelpeo Otero (touz,.Iea, the would het re'gtole, the tlowtu prlseoll ter dlemanderd. i penalty for the crime, that Itho sentence of death shall be pnp-"dt on him,. Counsetl for dtnef-n*e urged thatt tle prl-,tiner was Irrestipotlhle fl)r hile aotons a t h- time, and that tte crime was unpremed itated. FOREIGN FLI, HES. LOND~w. Feb. 1.-A Berlin d.Dinatlelh ay: The Ultrnmnoltaline In tllh Bavartl-u (, la'nlers haive resolved to tv appeal to th'E Klig. Imploring hlmh not to OOntentlll toI lhe t.llr'tllttitllltin oi tt armyiv. A Pa'rla dlelvathb statet t'hat the (h'tloi pt-os.l Iuvnlyv ,In(rit that twenty two dead, anl 116 w'lurilvd li the sum I. )tat of the tOitualtlei of the r. ' erilt, R'cehlnltt. The lourt of lilt lrv on the Blornepla dltaster har. cx nt,lnr I tuh owntrs, w r. ' ptaL al td a ollme. a of the vyeel., btii li not prettarted to say whether the vte.-t lI wat pItI fit'll tsaworthy. CRIMES ANI) CAnUALTIES. A Now Clue found to Charlie Ross---Prob abilities of the Boy Being Recov erod by his Parents. NaE Yong. Fttbi. 7. -The lh.ieall revlvee the Iptorln eof .Iet"tlvne hbv'rlK ngot.ilntd aIt'lue to the missing Charlie lRo5. It RaysP: "Two or three if the mont astute detnet.lve- on the foroe hive boen daily in eOnnsultalio't with Oat. W'fllinp. ltunder whoiee itru.ol in thny are work ingt. For It tina their sa"'rot Wat w- II knot antli Sthir movemunts remalnttd unexulalned; but at Itit thly ihltLIL'ntl a 'elte whIl I hey'X Lixpeted Swouldl Inad io the dileot iry of Oharlle lrose alnd the arr-eat of the snveral tersons who are con Iornetd it his altitl Tin." It says a hbilky lot. tI r will he r'olvedl this mtorning bly Mr. 0 K. 1 Ios, Ither of the mi.snllg )noy: that thtne clue whit lhI now heihg workedl ls fouir years oldl tand Impli'aiu. te , tarll.ns boulogingml to ita ani In whl'h the burglars Moses and Dlouiglas op Serateid. LOUIRVILtIt (LA.lR ..I wORKR BURNED. Lourvit.i.c. Feb. 7.-A fire In the Depaw hgtinc- wor ks last night ,lnstroyod the pot-hou-n. hex fac'tory and grintding-hn.ole, antd a large, storehtouse. The loss is $.tt1111u0 to $50ir.t. The hltiurtanc is $tSII)(t. It is belie)ved to have been the wtork of tli In.andhitry. n MEMI'IIIR (INNEIIIRY DERTROYED. t .KMPuis, Tenn.. Feb,. 7-A re thi .afternoon dle rv-,ti thn MompDhls (linning ,stablishmoeintt of J. V P,trh'll. JLoss, Sittrt; I. (I'lIuratn $:ten - St t00 In the Mo'hltutei andl 'T'rtdtle,. of Now Or Iean- . $10,ti In Nfirthnrn New ,Yortk. ('COL, TilE MUlltl)ICER OP AL'rTON, ARKtN(I FOR A 4 NEW TRI Al. ATLANTA. lit.. Febh 7.-The Hnllrnmn Court of O (lnor(th, ito lay rifutlled to granti a itw trial to i (7,x. who wit tt s, nt'tn"illi I to |llrl'titonment for n litt for the ntmurdtr of CoI. Alston. The 'tase - will hi catrrfitd to the Supremet Coutrt of the . Unitel Sat' s. AN tot0 ,AD)Y RlIRNaD TO REATH. ATLANTA. , Oa.. Fehb. 7.-While Mrs. 'nearson, Pan lh.lrly aly. wa4t pittIng ea.ar atl .SItI grltto 1 yresterday her nlothing onitnght tre. ifire, she rti n otlv.I injuri-es from the efftct of whlhbh sleo ( did this morning. A .RaitTAT, MtRDER,. e (AI,veFTON, Feb. 7 -To-muorrow't N'tts will S nllbluh the followlog spelal dlpitatRl fromn t I'.tlestinPto: "Ab)ou 2 n'"tlock thibis morning, at - nrnllhi' ] salon., John Knrr war shot toiol by It Kirk IT g4. Doenflttattel wait ia liot, In.liffuTnlv' Tmilm. Tu(ire WItR itO atDIari'tt t' 1Itet for the ' mnurdr. Thi Dpeople ror inUoened against it II.ag. Who is now In jill." SIORTIIN(G NEWS. Last Day of the Meeting of the South Caro lina Jockey Club. CnTIAtr,ETON, Feb. 7 - The f.trIth nn I nt day oft it, rit l-ti f I ini o$u!t Cnroline lockey Club ial(t-acel a very tlarg.e tritd M.n,. The weather wa lltr f', I andi the track in good londillon. Tb" 1 l t r 'a, stall.i for two y"'ar oi a, one mile dash, wie wo.n y y(:olon I 8.ranuu., ibe iting Wnndderor Filly. the fav',r it, by tw Iung'hs. iin 1:4+'.. Thers were six utlher entries, but all wt're withdrawn. The suecond 'me handil'an. I i miles, wie wnII by Meminll FP,+lde. tihe f t vritie. S.itulo a gourl I eennd, LTr.l third. Time, 2:ro5L. TIo third ra'e was wn by Itond Dan'ce. the favoritelr, heatlng iabriel. after a l- runt, by half a Irngthli. Vagranit thlld. Tiinm. 2:14. The en)tli.atlon l Lirs', for h-.tnl hI rmen milei dihi. ri e-ntrit le wits won by O ilonel trlin.lue, favorite., fB-n lill scond, Hattie F. a goot third. Time. 1:4 . A matlC ruls for Sto(o i said' between Oh My iand Aaron. three-lliiarter mile dasht. wat w .l by Aaron easily Time, 1:22 %. Oh My was tie (tvorlte at $1t2 to 110 " *º-- An Extra eesslrn of the Nerth Carolina I,enleaalure To Be Called. liALETlor . F'l. 7.-The rnzt-.l will to-morrow state that Gov. Jarvie wh) ttas been In Wesh ington) ha.s dlet"rmin,-d ro call an txtra sesston of the Legulsature. to meet March 10, to Ron sider oertain troposltion subhmittted to thbit er, mon nwealth in rofereonato the rltnrchlase of the trate's interest in the Western North Caro lina lRailroad. A Victory Ifor Woman uff'trage In Iowa. DEs MOTNaE, Iowa, Feb. 7.-The ItoslP of Retresentati'ves thbls morning, by a voteof 57 to 31. adoted resolutions for sub.ut aing a consti tut.lounI amendment to the people, making wo men eligible to the Leil-latu re. Ilore Trouble About the Clncinnatl South et n Railroad. ClancrArt. F-b. 7.-It now auRnarS thet We lauses oIn the law orovidi., Or"l.t *stj - of bonds for the Olnoinna4l Mdofbaaýdl.tBI prevent contrantors from taratg to t trustees until fully oWnletod - ti lilt rellf fsll romths me , •~~~~~~~~ '.: _%, • :+ +-'..= TIIF IRISH RELIEf FUND. Pai nell MakeR a Biftter Speech In Mozart lHall, Itichminond. He Assaults the New York Herald and Protests Against Any Relief Being Rent to Ireland Save Through His Hands. itrRmtoNn, Va. Fob. 7.-Parnell and Dillon .Dk,+ at Mzat t Hall last nihht to an audience of he'wiel 30tt) and 4(00 poile. t, Parnell sill th, goverum tnt o' Engl'nd was lon klng on with filded arms, whit 3il 000 poo- t ile were starving to death In Ireland. The eonuse of the tfivlne was the landlord system, which he tant Lilan wore endeavoring to break uown. They hal been the first to distribute rllief. and thris was the first relief commi.l . There weorn noov four, v'z: That f their own: that of the Dlhess of Mar'borough ;: the Man- I sion Hnlu·n fut. nond that of the iatent advor- F tshig 'I ,'gII" of thiat Intfanmous sheet, the NIew YolIk Hlerall ii snt ,rting the fund and heading it witnh s$tlii.io. 11i urged the ipeople not, to seriit Cint ItitltipI to the fIndo of the [I)uihws if Mar'lhor. utht and th, M.usvn Hious.' ~~ m mittee, ftr h n the- i-ta"vin.i -eOile w uid have to take food frol. the bandsof their vptressors -the landilolrds. and this world breatk town thir rseltance to the infamous land tenure syutom. Mr. Dillon followed with remarks of the same character. iASH IN1I TON. The Quarrel Between the Georgia Democrate. All the GOorala members of Congress have bhrconul iunvtoivid In the contest over the con firma tio of Simmons as census supervlsRr. , 'It.-day the Demooratic m"emb-rs froom (Georgt.. who alre otUppisod to Blmmoin's confirmation, held a confeorence and agreed to use all their in fluenne in sustaining Inator Gordon. A papier brotestiung .rne-tly aalnsat the confirmation of Nlmmons was signed. and will bp submitted to tile Senate Commiwee on Census, and if neoessary tie used when the ca.e comes before the Henate in executive session for ntlion. This prote st was signed by Senator Gordon and lteproesntatives Nichils. Smith. Cook, Per sons, IHaml.m d +n d IMllount. Senalttor Hill and niepresetutatives rtepeDns and Fellon are sup portitni tmunons. and it seems HeDresentative Stipoer has not yet joined either side of the cofd troverRy. lu thlb diaclne=on before the Oensus Commit ten tlerntr i..Il stated that lepresent.ative Nic'hIlls favored the tonflrmatlotn. selinator t rdln ulenleud this. nnd remarked that he wtlpntdil more than the word of hise ool lnii.pte to sat l gf him it wa, trute. Rrough pRsa.,gges toot plahe between Benator Ojrdon and. Mr. Stettlens too. The hltter said that he had hbard that the formner waq sneeing to rijet I1Simmons because he wanted ex-Marshal Smythe apointed sun pervisor. GOn. Gordon p.remptorily d.mandled to know who hid told hint this. Stephens tde cilneid to give his authority, and Gordon said: "Then I pronounoe it an intamoul and infer nal falsehod,. frolm whom ever it may come." TIli EXiOI)Ut INVESTIIGATION. IBefre the Exlodns Commitee to-day Leonard r G. A. Hacknuly, rosenlctitng attorney fot the distrihct in which Shelbyvtiie. Indiana. Is lo ret, testifled that a number of colored emil grants arrived at SBhlbyville on DI).ember Ir. The mayor of thb town calleul a meetilg of the j councill. when a committee was appolnted to maKe provlsion for the destitute among therm. They numbh-rd twenty -ix; amhop twenty came afterwards. They are still scattereAd about the town. The ctunt is4 D-motratie, but the non greeslonal dtlst rio+tIs doulttfli and v rry closA. A , meetlng of elitl..ins was held. at whioh it weA Srisnlyvdt tat the law of tMal. Inilinting a uenalty n of 51m0 nliuon any one wti,* should tbring paupers into tile State. should hle ecnforce-d. Witnless leiarnel frolnmt a , grio namIied Flowers and a Mr. Par k-r that Ilfor or Itoit negroes would be sent w Into Indianha tlbefre F hruary 1. Sevieral rother witnesses wore examined. but nothing of importances wamn dQveloped, their i tetinmony being similar to that heretoforai n taken. THE UTR QUESTION. Henrv 0. Olncy. of oiltra,to, register of the n land omi.. of thei B.n Juan district. testifled be t, fore thi Hi,nltse Conmmiltte on India'l Aft dre to day relative to the recount Ute trotubles. HI. . ovidente is mainly corrb irative of the state mionets of Gov. Pitkin and others, and indleated tlthat the relatons ibetween the whites and In dians are antythlrg, built conducive to hirmony and lmutual i'ontldntoll(e. i TH INTIlROC(EANIC CLNAL COMMITTiEE. i Th sele!t ,olnrnlitte-+ of the Hoiivo on inter onetntie vhlp ctanal held a Imeeting to-day and Sdisciussted at some leogthl the sullt.et of our Itrity relatlions ias uff.lieg the pr, j.i+'t of the ship cannt Mr. Dichmo., United Staites Minls tor to th, Untitd titatoes of Col-tunbia. appeared , before the i:lnmljitlte andl exltained the Wys , i cintract. ittpin which the do LeaIsses pt, ji-et is t hbIais. Admiral Anmemn a so avpenatd bef re i the commt1iti., and rehnars-d the features or the Nica, agultn r lte. whtih he llitus rat-d hby charts anit drawiugs, and adv, -cat d it as in the main snvperir to the clalnmt of any other route I yet propto-nd. TRR 1OUIE P2ENRION CrOMMITTRO. The House O ,rmmmitne on Pensions at their meeting to-day fagreed to report favorably to tho House the resolunlon of Rft'reentative VaIce that the ant of March 9. 178, be so con stru-d as to inclld all classes of lsoldiers. and thiIr widows, who served fourteen days in ton military or naval service of the United H'ate- during the war of 1812 not withttandltg th' fiat that a prortion of the tinme nocctured before the declaration of war or aftir the proetomation of the troaty of Doace with Great britain. BLODOITT, COLI ('TOR OF ('URTOMS AT .T. MA1Y.'f (fA, TO tf, IEMOVED). The Star srti thit evenilng that It hiRs h^n doridi, to rem ,yve Thimas C. lhlodgett, coltln tfr of cusltOftr, It St . Matry's. O. It Anys:i"It ntlers that be has wilhboel at:ot, $10 o that should hive be.n ftlrwIar !w l to the trlla.ilry, and uiton invhstigOf it Ihat behn foutnd, i isf stta , th It hie gatbhled it away. A lItfg peti toiln 1i h.+ f ' t -r i'eeIt to N, r-itat y -ftfrman rf r the re iplintteo,;t of Mr. dhepvuard. who was sutceC odt:d ,ti Ild.goett." -- ---**--- Movements or Ocean Vessels. Ntiw YO.K, Fob 7 -Arrivofe: City of Chbstlr. V.-ttitllll . Illttatrrchl . Oity of Columfbus. (I orge W. (t'yle". fMain. State, of Pennsylvania. Arrivdl out: Herl. Maria Lontsa, lRomanrce. Eu(iq 1+. 'rotius. Artiur. Columbia. (luy Man Ieri.n. Hrl.'rln. .Inoven, Maria. Anua, Arid more, Le.oodl nt. Croix. Adir 4n tao, Celti,. Prinz Frod Carl. H.are. lBrook. Timon. Itore wd: Hero for Mobile. Plindsesse Oyda for li hiond. IrAtr'llLoni. Feb. 7.-Arrived: Calvert from Charlist, o. (0. 'o . hbtotllt fromn Notwbero. Oaro. Apptol from latvannih. Loutl- from It anoke river, Marg ,reU . Lyoun and Hattie (. ohion son from Charle-ton, Lizzle Carr from Pen sacola. The Walter Mmith Encounters a HArrt cane, NEw Vone. F b. 7 -The brig Walter Smith artuitr hf-ri to-day from Matanzan. and reports than F'-bruar. 3 slar'tudf 38 fd.g.'40 min.. longt tlde 72 dog 56 min., she oce ,tun'ered a heavy gale from the nlrtboastto n,,ru hwe.st, inret'as rtg a' 2 p. m to a hurricane. It broke the lore topg,,llant mast. tih sails spit and were lost. andl everythlon 'movable wts washed from the dlek and the soll rotom fillet with water. A midnatit a sailor nomid G. H. Parklouse If 11 overboard and A as rwtteld, I ltEnl of the Cooper-Cleeols teatest In New 1turk. Nzw Yonx. V b, 7 -A iharo and bitter contest tween ex Polieo Cmmiesloner N.I bole and o.r Oooer, whbih has been bitterly fought Bit e the ousting of the oommsiojn er from thie olo dpartmeat, flAally zeoulte to-day in a %*.l ::;_ . :··~ eomtlet"t vietnry for Nlehol., the d.o!silon of Jtl go I awrrnn, ne.w ih i i- j ijt been given, re. Institing him in orlm,(. Tol n, utter oame be foro trhe a urr. on ' writ of reriirari to review the hattion of Mayor C ,o.Vr in removing Ni hols. THE BL AUGHQTER HOUBI. Petition of the Company. To the Honorable the rifth Ditriot Court.fo0r tti', Parish of Orl aRs: The petition of the Crescent Oity Live Stock Landing andl laungtirr. Fouse Oom pany, doml ciliated in New Orleane, with respect, repro Steits That petitioner was Incorporated by an act of the Lelihl ture of the tirate of L'tisiana, No. Its, aIttroved eighth of March, isoa. which is made tart hereof, and by aRt 144, approved May ii. 11177. anD WtL r.cognized as an existlnU co( ' p'r,,tti,'n of stall tiSte. B That by its charter etlionnnr was required to build and main'alnu slauthter-nonse., yards t.,one q,shd u, butlll.e. iot., and to have and maintain at l.ast ,one sl,,inghter house of the - rapacity oel siaugt'orlng five htudred antials , oer dflnm nil of whit.en aa t tdi to be located btlow the United Htates uat ram'k, on the seOt leit, bank tof the Ml-sist+iPpi river, and below the k depot of the Niw Orleans. Oviloueass and Gret o W stern rallrwad. n w Morgan's Loulsianaant T ,xta ratihoad, on the weat or right bank of sil riv, r. P. tittoner was also required to sue for all vio. . Intions of the provislouii of the statuto in which Raid charter wtag granted, and to oaise to be en f,rnetl the prothilt ,ry clauses thereof; in con* sideralion of all whclh potitioner was granted g the ct+lusive privilege of having and maen Stning nial Mlaughter-hiouesl , yards. sheds nad landinris for the yarding. shelering, land ig e and slaught ring all animas Intended forhu man to Id In the parishes of Orleans. Jeff'rbson and St. BSrnart., and tao charge certain fees anll to hav.oeorta'n prrqitisites for and from all ani Smal eso slaughtered. That in onseqruene of said charter and the 0 contrrat with petitloner the-el contained, the conditioes therein imposed and the prlvileges therein granted, petitioner purchased the neeet sary property and erected the necessary bull:d Ings. yards, shed-, landings. etc., at an outlay p over flv hbundre I thou-and dollars. and let 8. tioners' capital stock became of areat vlei and various pt'rsoms, clti-zns of the 8tatelto Louisiana. and of other States of the UnioLt ro and of foreign countries. Invented therein and .- beame OWiters thereof, r. That the sid charter, and the contract there a. In contained. became a vested right in ýetl n, tioner that e told not be divested by ny esubse t qatent ltgislat i -n of the St-ito of Loulslana. or That to ituerfere with the rights and prlv. tn leges of petltioner would destroy the value Of >d its stock, and render the saws almost worth it leas. re That the State of Louisiana by its legislation is had for many years been endeavoring to om Id psi btuth-reto slaughter all animals int deb r- for human food therein hbelow the city without id snecess,and It was only after the aforeeaid oo p. tract of the State of Lltuisiana with peti.ioner ve that the same was effected, and the waters oL r. the river flwing tnas the pipes of the Water works of the city of New Otleans was freed t- from the filth and offal that had heretofore been ve carried In front of. and had sometimes been drawn into. the water reservoIrs for city use. ed That the rights of tetitioner under the sal1 )1- chart. r hav, been passed on and recogntsl anol approved oy the NBu reme Court of th or State of Louislana and by the tBureme uo of the United States, and by the provilsons he the ahid act No. 11I. apDroved March 8. 1809. so tert=ons or ctrptratlous were prohibited from u- landlug, kovtitg or siusthtering any oattle. sheet, swine or other animals at any point on to the west bank tf the Misslnalppl river above li- the deot of Morgan's LOulnlana and Texas id: tallrnad, or within the corporate limits of the ,r- i'ty of New Orleans on the West bank of a.id MissisIppV river. That lately a number of persons represntl pg tbmnet'lves to he b,,tche,is have petitioned It iltr City ctunecll of New Orleans to grant themt nhe rlvi ete tf s'anghterine animals in the parish lo- of Orlne *n at other places than the slaugtth M, Ii- houses otf petltptoer, antd in derogatiOn 10I t tlner's xctlausilve privileges and rights as h aforesaIld set forth, pretendting that the present tO constitution of thb' state of Louisiana .ed ab n. rated vnltitolner's exclinstl privileaes afore. - ' Ssaidr. and that the said City Council of New Or htie Ieaiu had the right to arsign or deelgnatea 10 calit y or localit!es within the limits of said itp S forthhonovstructint and maintenance of plaugh fs ter- hosies in the city and parish of Orleans l and p'tltlioner aV.e s that the Olty Counoll of rs lnotw Orlans bh8 entertained the pDtition a 4 ' proposltion of said petill inlnt butchers, and are about to designate a' place or places foti slot uRht,+rlng animals iltended for human food. in the parishes of Orleans. Jeff-,rson and . it Bernard. at other places in the parishof Ot leans than the si, ughter-houses of petitioner. >rr and at places at ove the Unlted State- B urracksl on the east or luet batik of the Mssissippi river, and above M Wrgan', i di road depor, on the the west or right side of said Mississlpi rive, h e- all otf whloh Is In derogatilon of Oetirioner to- aforesaid vested rights and exc:uelve privil ese. 3is end eontrary to the statutes antid laws of the i)- State of L ti(Ilana and of the constitution otf ted the United States of America. In That the granting of the prayerof thesaid ny It titon, or the deshination ot any other place or ita. es by said ely of New Orleans than the slaughtter-houses of petition. r for the laidin. yar'd Iig, shaltering and slanuhtering anlmals Or- lutondled for human Ioodt int the parIshes of Or. nd 1-atni~ et. 1 'rnard and J. ffernoo, would cause a tur drttage to it petitioner to an extent and for an -h amount exce' ding $1000e. nod would cause an ir 1j reýrarb:e Injury to tititioner. e ,titionear ,aver Ithat there is no reason for vs ' the deslgnation of other l,caliti.sforslaughter. t is ing rr landing animals as a'oresaid otber than tre thtbu hilluding an yrds of plettioner, for said of biatlllinag attd yards are adtequate for all paur y poses o s, lanihtot log and landinga, ad aresu . the tpli.d with all the iert's aryappliancestosDee. ute i andll cheaply c'omtUpllth the work and Insure SIea~llin sr, "rrlI the proposed action of the Oity Councll of Now Urleans is not only unneo or ePsary, but a violation of a proper system of to tbyiene for the preservatlunol the healthol lve New Orleans. on- That thebo grantling of the prayer of said Det tt tlon. and the pa'-stRe of an ordUinance delsignatl en ing other plac.us for landoing animals and ted slagh erlng thereof as aforesald, will give rise lot to a multtlicllty of suits, and willoDertat Of of Itanself sureat, hurdtshl on Dtltlioner and pro var dte- great lIjuiry to it and ,leureelate the vyle ceof its stock andi its fra.nCmCblAes, IWhereltore. petitioner priy- that, in consid tralion of the premines. ani of thebonda , . aildhvltv herounto annexed, at writ of injunotilof I-su- r stralnirg the 'ilty of New Orleans and tin ibeli Cotnnoll if New Orlena from enter. Statinrt any pt-tlll tn for, andti from deslatnatlt g ,ta tlat'e or pUle..s f'tr the lanIdling. yarding. Isat ht.l..irng or elaught'rlng anty animal or an ry. u.la Intet'ilHde for human food In the parishes it of Orhmins. .t'ffrrston and H . Bernar dotherthaI sti- Lt the RslauIhti r h'butes at d vremtses of peti tioner. a,' ti idbov·tiht United Starti BarracksI on h h btt tet or Ilet bh tk o' the MifntsslpDil river anll ibove thi d-ttt, otf Morgan's Louislana ad 'tl',xs litallroadt on the wet or rightbank of s;hi MiPsipti rivetr. antl that that injur c'iotn be maie perurtual. andi that. eaBild c'ty of New Or er ains beit cordemntld to tay to petilionier s1201 ius: dintgnl,l and for c(ote and gen i ra rlief. Rla. 1,bert Mott andt T. J. Semmres & Payne. at. c. torneys of eAltiloner. il: On thls tretltion an.njunction was lisued by CONFIRMATIONS. The following avpolntments by Gov. Wilts were ronfirmed by the Senate yesterday: Joceph Charleville. notary iublic for the par. Ish of Natchitoches. J. M. Larkin. constable for the second ward of the parish of Bossier. J. J. B >oth, constable for the third ward of the parish of Union. T. M. Fort and J. J. Watkins, notaries public for the parith of Web ter. Wiltism Brandt. recorder of brands for the parishes of St. Landry, St. Mary. Lafayette and tt. MartiU. Also the following appolntments of ex-GOV. Nich-vll: E. B. Powell, cons'able for the fourth ward of tbe ptarihb of Netchitchea. and E.J. Gamble, parish surveyor for the -ame parish. Staub has our thanks f Ir a full supply Of New York and Philaadelohia parWs,. and also for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Journal. 8taub'anews depot is at Goldthwaite'd, oorner of Oanal stret and Exchapge Alley. and the strangers fin th city wi want to hear the news should pry hit a visit, '