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Ii I " 3.VN.99, NEW ORLEANS, SATURDAY, MARCH.27,. 1880--DOUBLE SHEET AND SUPPLEMENT. PREICE, PIVJ Er1S WAlHIllTOI NOTES V the nlutiptos of the hirlr's Polnt BRiot on the Exous. An Ud PolitiRul Roorback Re. lnaiped-The Iorrgan Ratroad S oramted la Cone'eeumaa Ak en'u Ose h. SWAs.udsne. hareob o.-The House Commit erg in~see Ballroada gave another hlng te r aheon eoresentae Ye lt's b ll to belve erit landtrd a mtto favor of Morgan's and Texas Railroad and teaoehlip sde Wheoloeh, of the New Orleans and Slalroad Compant, made an argument Uh aeommattee continued to-day the headrin ow the bill. Mr. Whitney, president, and 4As. J. 3. Blioer, attorner, of the New Or. eas Opelousaes and Great Western Railroad. mde r taneants. The hearing will be Oon. d at the 'net meeting. forthe relief o Morrgan'. Loulalana Is' silrod and d eamahpbl omnpan,., -l as faviorably reported to the Senate by r. Jaes. f hlotda. re ae'ed Srom abeg io[ to treaso m ots So r DI e to Ia tim 'ga at theo e xodas committee. bdav M. Ase erdssofed tdn Wit t ·na o aerzan t jt. O 'Lne It rewo. oaof exdt . tt i rloU it t mo.ae from om.ýe wa.t . ov ero trot-t. ubdlorn m ·tits. n sew e o whit's at rlar'e o the Ray the rioting b an. er at soo or No roe wr o the town. He e arm on pa n, ofr a y of ammuto the - n anaroear to t Sti.. IJMTFt ? Soai ovent n Peotma r hopt a e T trm h om dreort ýIthmd w kutin o to Protess x hcea e ot.n r r e en o eten dent of .er~lanat msome te nation to y for yeas. will in fant become y ro s declaraton of thi Hottu.at.n o pli oonventon at o )new ror againdt.a third e wr n lats te evideut pur0ose of a e .tputalan party to secure the by endangerin the toeartyd.sa shat.. eard.t to usvert oas. as SWa TouK DMaOORATIo OOxMITIms. :w To - a -The Deocoratio State me M B mes Hotel A rebo as ta , ntion shall be etween ApriL0 a0 sy I, to meet dare~lq aft c N place yan 1 toAxed Op. L ils. of Udcc. mad aspeen. i i .l wn to the friends of Mr. t e wil not consent to be a can fore the national convention. ratAwr TO CALL A OOU.TsTION. .l ton , .. -The Tammany State Ssestson at te St. pp o-y. f ohe oitive eopfit nutr lseron l.--The o o.-Tahl fIsee pot present seemd tobein S_ nomineen and euttersly * VNGRI IOIAL. gnfioanoe of the Vote to BRefer the Townshend Bill-Other Proceed ings in the House. Saroh ars -House.-The House pease t the morning hour. 4 a eleana. said. yesterday re~ane's proposition for the r.u Townehend's bill be. Nna eL heunderetood the dootsd he hhwodd hav votes against ion, because ewas not a protee e-: whoL right does the gentle hany aun significance to that vot.? I. elre u rpea u diate any esuch her.t oe w no eauch sianiflance vote. bpeatLer then proceeded to all oomn tor reports of a orvate nature. a loagdebate on the bill to extend the ona _uoe peging machine. the morn. lie .d. e Hose. wlthout act b went into committee of the pi ote calendar. et taken up was that for relief of ir. o .y of Louisiana. on eaeount of In eiw Or ae. purchssed by him tn So . wih defective title. Mr. ,of oh aroline, espoke at lIunth in ta end Mr. Hammond of Georgal. a one argument againstn it. With ut o the commiLtee rose, and the q 1u es rby Se meo teret Inmsea seb ir i asvose .a Nas.vsnue al-* ea.d's *unkeekeetrp. -~ sutas as -The Louisville and Stoothold . at a meeting y. Peassoolsand lion of lines to bleua New Orleans. Teras. W,. Thomas " bLo u ·atads GUN. ORAM fl OVEINUTS. I, Leave Galveston for San Antonio-The Party Breaking Up. A. T s -e. an Mrs. ant. A -er. of the o I.rtlea. et b s train t o'el thi morin or a.vtonloa0o0 n\nemnle oso S.laton two or three jalroaa f n etn. Thne m ye over te a _onI. Gen. Grao wIll reman in Ban Aftn u .ti. rauT To h sI atTet 4 0oox. Lei.ar ofxo Aro rb r .-a-In son to a r.ulut for thewtl O nril . tn -to Irlct at tle f no Iea lto eboet Anro A eid. it stol pt. m. Ot PrLa. Ui. onAXT TO VIsIT QrNTMI S oI . LB Aro Ark. Marh s.-Th-In renlos to A e an ary hotr hoat noe o with m eteutheo reoe the aom tlee. a ttnr threim S.erts Li the no p. eo. rldnt UrptandlMa . Tboht Adri is. He will visit the Hdt tie .Ibe. owers, weaths tosu aga on the ..va at r t. m. oo the tn. drapt. o wa onmosed o military. re en, bends of music. taer blnrouuo rte r u the oltae oonoedrble ,_hof airnms ie General was onnoted rto ne 's oto. SANI FBRACICO 0' TROUBLES. SDenial fromn the 0itirsens Proteotive Union-The, hinese Quarter and the .Board of Health. B at Fasoisaoo Maroh e-The evenlng pa pers publrn toe following card: TWas ea o state tht no negotiations are - on an d no oommunoa'ton wn .ever s being hdbetWeen this ommlttes and the rep resentatives of the oand Lot. 11 rumors and -.-, seto the ont~rary notwithstaudinl. Border of the eutive Oommittee of the Olttisen' P-ote-'-e-ni-a. Oti e ZIN~ . O50. leoretary. Thirty days' otles of the eoadem atlo o Oblnalton ehp'red toay,. but the too o oealth has not yet taken acton with rye.g to It. hAtres for violaton o the sanitary laws oaurno, It ts t~d, mode; ct oresent. beosu.e the alm ia sdreadyr full, and there is no plu to oat prooners. LABOR TROUBLES. Spinnes an Weavers on a Strike at Cc hoe., N. Y. Naw Mos=. March s.--The apinnera of the exensive H r1monr Mills asO.Gbo , e s .... ar on as tle and Siweavers to-daj held mest a thre ,atene tomtrlk a a bod n na. nneesthemnnuer"damngds are joo oee t le i thaat time. atles are Getermned an are preparing loon-out. TUI 5T3sWA, 12W To To TUI NGk Z ilSt.O K-XXW Nsw a, Marsh se -The.t ays have m en arere exptoa toe toreturntosworto yat an advance of 10 per cent on former .fte ndWeber are now the only flirms who TO sIYmuM Wel. Baroinmt. N. .. areh s.--The strling eooe. of the MianAr Oil Company ave agree to resume wor to-morrow. THIE WSTERN RAILROAD. Lake Ohdarle and Houston Now United by ail, the Last gap Raving been Filled. Laze eAzM. La.. M srch s.-The t11p be tLa Ohaes , Texas on the o ofk this morning. At a'm t locomo tive Caloaslen. hasvi on ba hares B. Adams. aOitant manager of ats railroad com paoy. left the depot e ad b af the delay in los Fin the gap. aive& at Orange at 1 pD. . te rontdae bedfore p aenger train will run from Houston. Texas. to Lake(0harles. CBIErB AND CABUALTIES. An Attempt to Wreck a Train on the Wil mington and Weldon Railroad. Parsnsao. Va. . March 2.-A bold attempt was made last night to wreck the Bouthem bound passenger train from the North between Weldon and Halifax. N, . by piecing rails on the track. The train was delayed an hour, but there were no serious reaults. TOOK STBRKONIEa. GOLVIxus, Ga.. March 6.--B. I. Marous. a -oun man s'of this citt. commlttec suiclde to day by taking strrn nine and shooting himself throuh the ead. No causeo is assigned for the act A MAN CUTS 3HI WIha's THSOAT AND A~TTMPTa TO KILL HImxxWi. ST. Louis. March 96.-Jacob rey. sixty-nine arold out his wife's throat abot noon to a. H then t his own throat. r were lea1 t list ooounts, but grobablyOU we, bdie The .atir grew out of a arrel about money. ATTEMPT TO B0. THE TEXAS DEAU AND DUM ASY.UM. GALVasTOx March 6.-To-morrow's Yeau will publish the following speciais from Austin. An attempt was made last night to rob the deaf and dumb asylum. The partties were fired u on and blood found where they had been. The burglars esaoped. A s20.000 FIRE AT LUMPN, oA. OoLtaBus. Ga.. March 26.-The Masonio Fe male College at Lumpkin ws destroyed by fire on Thursday. Los .soo. No insurance. A WIan NUVDUsUB HaNGOE. FAIrImE.n Texas, Maroh 6.--Allen Towles w hangAed Here to-day for the murder of his wife IatDeoember. A DuRNzna QVUAaLnr smULTs IN xomCw. CrolnNATI. March 26.-A .aaete special sae: On Wednesday night. in Mason counts. . Va. Je-e Arthur and Wm. Ray. while under the inluence of liquor, quarreled at a dance about a young woman. hay bared his breast and dared Arthur to shoot? Arthur did so. wl--reponRahe shot twic oe b strki Arthur in the heart and the other intheheadT Bar is at large. Am lJaettes Denited. NEW Yoan. March a6.-In the suit of I. 8 Dakin against the Union Pacifoi. Kansas Pacific and Denver Pacific Railways et al., to compel a transfer of stoak and enjoin payment of divi dends. Jud Bathord to-day denied the mo tion for an injunetion. Death of a Veteran ausler. BosTON. March 96.-Capt. Henry Gurney. one of the oldtst and .st-known pilots in the coun t. died this mornlnr, aed ninety. He was i theý ght between the hannon and Chesa A Ladtes' Ce-eprastlUe sreas Ass elalies AxLBsm. N. Y.. March s6.-The articles of if corporation of the L.adies' Co-operative Dress Aoiation of New ork eity. with a capital o so.0ee0, were fied to-day. Tr.hCsmattet m o the Neges i* toe West. rona. Ala.. Marsh 0. -The Regiser will > sbtuf £,o-prpgw an Ialsg,1w wiah 8, L iar. a el lred mnt ret from 11oJ.i t lean in the Wat. a and teir eoadttio, 002o18e than e! e was in i et, no p for h or hiLo peone . THE UNITED KINOiDOL Loso. .#h e-Tbe BSadndrd says: In ordertant relief of the nentais in distress o the onast ofG twa and ME o ma be caried out eftectivel. a st arote has been dgtm h~din dltioa to tie rregunboats h rto em eake of lEdnbrUh will shortly arrivea on the et oon of Ireland to inspet arranmoe la whaIpt oelns y of th optlsont, to w wq d-drffrom te oc, Ofs . t ovens sad-hey S the nteres of onor of Eng. s them aintenanoe of tho de Pdone er1ep id not r e onsof e T overn e tw it tOhltian sub. S.ts a e a ter of terest onl to oStina and urke: the, wout not try to disturb the con. rt ope ift t was naed as to what should b one they would do all in their the overnment. aows .hat his arltioleme are but to lndlot.ebat would have been is polio i the ip t and its tendenoy lithe future. I t ould be the policy of oueroingTurkey v t cost i essa of war. The announcement of to deprive the opposition peakersof al rigtbt to denounce the overno mena for undertkin distant and arduous en tertrlrse. A dispateh from Berlin to the Sendard says: Mr. Glkdstone'a recent speech at kdluburb against Austria is the theme f edless ridLtule in the German praes. The idea of calling a the frlend of liberty at this ement I toe so utterly u ntegibl. as to baffle l tepte at reasonable explaation. Sbulletin has bean tssled to papers In Lon don stating tha the I borof the pet week v told upon the health of Mr. Gladstone. and ithahe is recommended to take a oomplete rest fora few days. 0 RUSSIA. Loxox March S.--Benter's erldispatoh says It reported fro m8 t. r rg that the ar. a itr p wtsW r friendly With Lord uen. British ama rsar, hea t hannds wiith him. but meslr sautiON Gen. The official of themintry of Ways and Corn atnlo t who wa_ reent y verged, bas ,nt berla. H lawr has also been t T bOuj3o Masrh 2s,-A London ditsatoh s os: "The ourg tot main(tan thelt S oube betwwel uss sa o en t tunguh influene it Lekin." hertUpn Ite a nut at IICia Pizs. March 26.-be Monfur says: "If the iseons attrfiutf thOe i tt taet regardis the Jeent aoeiot ad out an interpe a m m o r o n w ord ni d oftit. tica will be addred to the government in the you theson- othe e t t. o ther mint f thers. so r u wjo b onstrit 9 iated io d co. MarcPe.-A s cobrres aondent of ero w to roptiog a lrclt insof - E_ n 1 y vlte to. admission gt mebers othe hsbe of s. a J aee meeting .at ellevilie. of the ueine.oa the twenty-fourth Their Iief topic was heaviness of PERU. PAAMA. Marh 1--On the twentyr.flfth of February a Cllh-a force of s000 or 1,000 men with go ary and plean of artilery. landed thepo of Poocha. sixty mues north of Ar wet into camp. On th same day seo ianu oecntc ed the villae of Vltor.twen ty mles south of Pooooha. nd eommunica to was opened between the tw camps. Two Ohil' ttnolads at the some uem made a demon s osnst Arica by a. ba,ut were ruehly an ya monitor Lanoo apso. and with drew. Theeffect of the attak on Arc was to keep O. SMontero occupied, so that no o0po ettion could be made to the Ohtlinse landin further north. I is believed a simultaneous nava and land attack will soon be made on A a in force. and the result therof is waited t Lima with much anxiety. The Chllans in theIr present position, can out off all supplies and reinforcements from Arin. and Gen. Mon. tero't situatilon Is critoial. CHINA. BtwRU au Feb 2t.-Chung How, late Chinese Minister to Kusela, has been strlpped of titles and imprisoned. because of dissatiseaction with the BRussian treaty concerning Kuldia. It is reported that the board of chancellore, who examined into the results of his negotia Uions with Rusia decided that China had bet. ter risk a war with Russia than submit to the treaty concluded by Chung How. The Chamber of Commerce of Hong Kong has passed Lresolutions favoring the introduc tion of thOe .panee silver yen to supersede Meioan siver. The British Governor, Hennessy. hdnored the anniversary of Washinýton' birthday by sa utes and a display of British fa. ven. Donovan. commanding the Hong Kong garrison refused to obey Gov. Hennessy's or der tofire a salute, olaiming that it we. unau thorised by the Queen's reulations, This .. fusel eauses muon diesaistat o among Amer Ic.ns. and is regsrded by ov. Hennessy as an st of insubordination. JAPAN. otokottiR . March 10.-The imperial snhisttry has been reconstructed, but no ohanug will be ide inm the government's policy. The severest earthquake felt sinoe the open ig of the ports occurred on February 2s. Many houses in Tokio and Yokohams were bhAly injured, but no lives were lost. Prtnoe Henr, a grandson of the Lmoeror of Germany. was arrested, with some friends, for violating proprietary rights. while shooting in cognito near Osaka. He was released and am ple apologies tendered. GEBRMANY. Lownox March 95.-A dispatch from Berlin to the Daily Tblegrap h says: There is reason to be. lieve that the passage throush this city of Prince Orloff, Russian Ambassador at Peri, will con tribute to bring about some improvement in the relations between Germany and Russia. and put an end to that mutual recrimination which has been carried on of late. ROUM ANIA. Loexoox. March s6.-The Vienna correspond ent of the 2imes states that M. Britlano, the Roumanian Premier, has gone to Neuwied Rheinish Prussia, the residence of the father of Princess Elizabeth, of Roumania, with the idea of taking over some member of the Ho henzollern faitily to suoceed to the throne of Roumania, Prince Charles being childless. TURKEY. CoosrxsaTroa., March 26.-Abdul Motfillab Pasha. the newly appointeJ Grand Sheriff of Mecca. will depart for his post on BJaturday, escorted by two battalions. Russia has forwarded seoo francs for the re lief of retagees from B4stern Boumelia. FOREION PLAbhES. Pas. Marh s.-A socialist paper publishes a otse _fo m G0nevadenring theetastsnee there of any libllt ecnmlta Teeinotsarys there is , se relief osoct+ie for Russia. .olite t. sYfawaýý f that what I Ie a Pr~a~s~r~siuguB? ~lpr HOLLAND. roaoN Mrqh IL-A dispatch rfpe, the conditions Iad too earll aromnotunCd to be axvio s. Mara - speal to the esu .l rmo. wo rr eda ntD r lnK frrjhe fom Mexi teo. h , r say Ahlabs ~rt l r t.a r7 e a nll nouietd at th oThe Extr estes of tShe s3,th etl er es Oar vsow. Maro Aspecial to the News .mArtlu resbootw m felt hte~eyessosrd oJ Wama wa*sdone. ea xtaS l Lietof a. o Norris Car lths LegisltlUte. eMlinta. . O.. Mserc --The bifrll e r t Ile of the We-tern North sran 8 lroa. its third aninal read - nhe bproprth atn to to-day, without eomendtamnt, The yote ot be ouee was t in hte amrmative and l. In th nesative;IQ the Senate !he vo.e was 4f for sad seagint. It i generally undrstood toat .e L leture will adjourn eite i on Mondas next. _________ le Mil the i the Nashvidr l e m x. tooo; second best. 80o besttrL rtillery. 00 psenod mer. NasIeL.n, March 2 e-The aDpropriation to be awulr eto competitive mu nry e om, panies during tWe Genteunlal Exposit on havina been incr t. It was, lst night, decided to dhlode the whpt oelount of $Cbot tnto the followingr prized: E tha e bet'drilled inanetry co any $1000 seond bast, ern abst re I scinr s o artllery. ~ron; second best, l00; t illedr c&rvtlry company. $80o; second o;st. $0no. Keaumeky enverato s Ltermraisom. OrscaxaTr. Marh se.-A special to t1h & (oin iercaiafrom Olatletabur. r saysl: "Within the past ten dys about twenty converts to mor. monism have psd throush that place on their way to ta ra. hey come from Lawrence county Key.. where forayear dit Mermon meis sionaries have been atsborini. Among the con verts was alyoung and r a . arried wo man. who ft her husban ehind." hive atte r os at Boahrw rea. xmnvurova, March .--Weather warm and cloudy. l'he River rose r Inh a ar rte p ra twenty-four nours. nds nowtads so. I fee Stione onhe ga g a rved: alnd f rom wnobe on hhegn he goupsge a s Uth temw Orleans. Gornie randon from Gter. No departures. Teah Wells & Wars. LOtteS Express. ® omtelfso 'tare a,-Proltests against thea Vcre Peeldets ds andrredthe a of the Pa ca slope. William Pitt Rant and oaker a Remark able Exhibition of Himself. [at. Louis Republican. WA o TOx, March 2i.--The lSeate to. day was thmeene of dgraceful exibi tien. The Kellogg case was called u and Senate W Hll, th coustom Is, sent e re onthe majority of the Election eom týe ster eo taeys desk. enator Hcar otn pre bed the minority report saying thatasitw as o he would hao It rend. This was to secure t printing tomorrow. Senastor Hill's er very long, but e announced tha o Mr. Hoars was read his would himself read his reportaspart of his remarks and proceeded dto so. It is crimeasIn A hiord the rebellion, the contest In Maine and the proposed unseating No sooner had he finished than Senator Hill walked down Into the spaoe in front of the Vice President's desk and read the ma ty report. He occupied an our and a hl. Then me sharp discasmon between Messrs. Hill ad Carpenater over the queetion of readccica= . Senator. Thurman attempt ed to stop the debate, Insisting that there should be none until e reports had been printed. He was voted down, however, and then Kellogg took the floor ostensibly in his own defense, but really to make a virulent attack on lenator Hl. It was a moat extraordlnary scene, such a thing as has never been knImown--as Kellogg spoke with a coarenes and vuigarity rarely heard outside of the bar-room. He called names, he Imitated the dialect of negro wit neses., he chellenged Hill to a oomparison of characters alludin as nearly as he oould to a particularly dirty scandal which is filling the commns of some newspaperl . HiBe publiscan oolles.ues heard him with pain and dieguet. Oonkling buried himself in a news paper; Anus OCameron bent his head and bluished David Davis looked at the excited nlgure of the Louisiana orator as th~oh pu. sled to oomprehend how a man ould be gPul ty of such a breaohb of decorum. All the Bn ate was unoomfortable while Kello.gepoke and at the close of hise long, pofth t and vgsr tirade only one mdn. Hoar of M3assa chusett, oongrtulatcd hnli. Bob lagersen esett maimes. [Chioago Inter-Ooean. WASaSNToN, March 18.-- few days ago a prominent gentlemon who is ae ublican. and a friend of the don. Robert Inersoll asked him who would Illinois be for in the contest for the Republican presidential nomi nation. "Bu" says his frend, "I thought you were for Blaine?" "So I was," said Bob, "four years ago nd would be this year, if that would do any good' but this is going to be a soldiers' year, and Grant fills the popular eye in this char acter. I think Grant Will be nominated at Chicago, and, if nominated, elected." Sloteln aPrer y seeosvred. Some time since Mr. Oha.Walker, residing In Kennervllle as robbed of a skiff. a lot of blankets and bding two boxes containing a lot of crookery, a valise containing wearing apparel anda rair of oars. Yesterday O ter lcbael loeeted the stolen property board of ''atboa ltlng at the head of Fouler street, and in the possession of one Peter Ford. He made Ford sprsoner and con rveed him to the Seventh Irenet Station. to. egather with the stolen property. As the prisoner oould not glve a satisfactory excuse as to how he oame In oesesalon of the property, he was oharged with the robbery. Prom the ansks of the audisa. NuwBuno, N. Y., October 20, 1879. H. H. Warner & Co.. Bochester, . Y.: Ge.temen--A lady of over seventy years of age, in failing health for overy.ar, has been usia Warner's Safe Bitters on myhrecom mendation. She feels very grateful for the benefit she has derived therefrom, and says that until she used it her stomach could bear no vegetable food for over three years. I be Ileve It to be a certain specific for dyspepesia. Da. J. T. JopLaxN. The most bashful bridegroom on record was a young fellow at Harmony, Ga. At the time fixed for the weddlng he failed to put in an appearanoe. The bride, who knew his bash fuluen, said his courage had probably gives out. Somebody suggested that a horn be blown to call him, and this was done. re spponsve whoop was heard from the woods near h, but the youngman did net appear until a scbtou.ruht him in by force, It was eutmhe beausei ttful II the g ,wh se way to e n r>mim 771-7~ii~ j . LETTERS FRO THE PEOPILE. I mThed. .tua resP e able for ome of tbbr vews nreed In thee oommoenteda i uat unher heed; but no commnntaucmes will be printed a p from regponalble pares) Is IT TRE END! To the Editor of the Demoerat: Now thart t Iassuted that Grant will be the Republieal oandidate. sad that the DemoeraIs arelo king for a soldier to head their tieket; now that sederal supervsion of eleetions is an soomplished fact. and that the interf~renoe of Federal courts with the result of the eleotions nuet fall is certain to occur, the average Amn.ie an oeilsmn may well ask himself, I this the be Slonitn of the endt Bastthe great epublie lived her allotted days. sad il she now about to die br the matritadal hands of her own sons? Thisb is no mere spenulative uestion. aut one to whleh the sis of th times gie no u r tamn answer. verri porten tat thbe frror hPrese w It haddn wf b e s e an a will ersala m nth l e. not the man to reoo nnert uulie q r ; and t re si an psbel.t of t dai for tki coming e aon will s re S one t In |M01 P tinl the eios d uthe uiae i not r ns motlorailo1Jr ten w i be blpon t puhrre vplle reversed.an the United ates oourt in the t e elections.and th jdgments wil be the basi, of the title of Grant. Dote tbis seem an e y pdit emember the We has already enteren the enatment of te lawe mua rvisr;pp and but a flimsy excuses need when bold men are bent upon achieving large results. Did Ont a Unite B aes JldgereTato a gnvernment in Loulalana. whloh existed d faoto for four years? Tb Le. ublican leaders are eminently aggressve. hey are of thepoitive, ultra eahraser w has alwats ruled the worl4. The stek toi played for is large. There is noting eed but a little more prostituion of the u4cary. a little audaty on he part of the Re public ans ele tmnerf t on the part of the Demoorads. sa SIt s in ontemplation of such posbillr' that 0 Denl orate sk ne a soldr for m I erBut wh n the sao rkem moment comer I n o tfi oonplra~rny of the pubiians n" ' w ro ee t tulmh on wih l the Demors at a tln hin w I emee tbhat od givesrl freemen? WIllble se atalned by the moi=e eft int ? or tllh e peoiefeI ace sionto he.ublio? JIs t end near at hand?w FLOOD IOTES. A Bovie' d the High Water Year and Iome Rdeseinu on the fa Oss of floods. The threatening aseet of the present rise of the Mlsaislppi mates information eoneernala I previous food wears pedJally interestlns. Thi following abstract and deduetions from* the reoords will. to some extent, modftr. I ther do not dispel, apprehesaton. The maximum gauge readings for each year at prominent ponts ae appended. No reeords preout to iese are sueelently complete or reliable to be of value. sec-The rmst riseot the s.naýfrom eathe a sesondul. in suA. Yne. h war t e d ate, w lph we o s rtemtbew rap oe von. (Jarrollson s .M. 1ts 1 NteJbes 7. J II.... r .rI a m no reul ..o, e........... s s J ... . ik is dad O e lcaies te maoo, da t he wLth tohe Not r In e maon trun . el s lnown auca rslles ee nerrq m e Tsas in n d Ison Tat this time. h-Theeords for this year are ve d etve. A food in the Arkaena in Juneand the great Ied river food Itn l£U are re corded. These are not uomsnrto eonot for the damage. which was greatest below t er, and evidntl ame from theo lower tthe Varrollton. Ma'h 11 .s NMatches...........7. Viomsburg. Aprlil 9 47. Memphl, 1eb. 3s.50. Cairo........... _. rsob.--This food was greatest on the lower part of the river, why below Memphis. It was weýtrn triouaries the Arkansas. Black nd btl hreve's r-ofin 18. the ht. Franeis and Sbottos had not then been leveed. The overflw in the Tenase bottoms from 3revases was great, and extendod to anunsual de.eree across Bed river and dowl the valley of the Atihafalaya. rrolton ..-...... . ... 47 tsburgJune e.4 memphis.Maylc1.. s.ne 5 1e-rll in arh heavy food en I from the Ohio TO this Arkansas added ilI volume, and saso the red river. The most ro markabe feature of this flood was Its rapid ad vaonce at Mempis. whereis irose a. in one ,ay and S.1 In t1lY e ris. senre Q.Ont Ioo1 rie towo 3 .i p ion from the asourtl and prMT hiseo Thre thins year were mainlyint the hi ranacs and¶L oo bottoms. arroton.Mreh ..115 Natches. ci.....47.1 burg, Apr. l - Memphli,Marlhl u1 s.a Catro...1....... les-The food of this eauis werally con ceded to nave been uneoqueh l has been eafullyr su4e and U do a blist or ofom-I opison . for .o weas. i Uodoue l a gr.ater uantity o water was diaclum ed than ever before or ince. .hoe.tsi .of the seon from the hio, was very heavy, but. flnding the main trunk unoccupied, was eozausted in Wite and 4 Francis rivero. The Arukana. ameoo and hled ontb Te sond ri oameatthei do~Ma h the low tn u tares of e Misour. Upper m anpip go rivers. Thie rise was higher, but the di hrg lras th the fl owing to the preocm potion of he It received heavy accesslons river fortunuelr crane out beween. this and the suceedming ood-wave The third rise came from te wm sources as the seoond. . the end ofl April. It found the upper swamp basinit d The fourth and greatest rise was caused' by combined floods from all sources above COairo. oming as lae Juone. it even rceved accession rrom the snows of the Boa mountains. The devastations of thi o were goeneral an extreme. arroiton. Ma 10. ro .1.1 . tahtes. June m..c7.8 icksbarlg.June m9.4.s Memphis. June 98.9.1l Cairo, June 91..... 40 It will be oee red that the Bed river f res~th in Aprilgave a hiser egauge resdn t i a - roilton than did the main food following it from the upper river. 186.--A consierable rtse occurred In Janu ary of this .ear. tarti g from the Ohio, it re ceived accessions from the Arkansas and fed livers. Before subsidence it rose again; first from the Ohio. a the end of February. then fhrom the Uiper Mississippi and the Ohio. In the eid of L.arh. and nnly. ti the bealaulug of May, from the bhOio sgoa. Tue Missouri ar-t rived too inat to Go more than retard the fall This fiood we marked bw extreme dur - Orrolion. May 6...16.5 Natches. May 9 ...49.00 Vlgkebulo. .Aprll.9.6 HMeuipils. Mayl12.35..1 IO o, May 19.......6.5 o.--estris was a very great flood yrer but the tsoords. owing to the distractions of the war, aretoo meagre to posses say value: rolon ..5.u. . Matohe. ..........9 ekaburgAo. Ar0lll2 -50.o 1nihls.U ......... . ro. M ;....... 0 8 155i-Thstyw.'s riaseommaeced in February ma Eombuly oa of fre.heto from the Ohio Uis er MllsM lppl. Ga rains flt -Ia lid w. ragh.iut he heri t l o tIvL Ctib. k s eu. a t ttehe Qamhhemna mac ado t51GMSW tOL al5EQ I ton. ~ 41.5 ln. tL ...... i bhj I ee l "Irr a1 4t w , VI8EDEC on am IIgG.~t t tnnt u o 't Iih 2 . Ut ýýffhav 741'e rre no tt 1 nn Wt~nUlaA liaý of t tis i~at 04~tfe~ 13L 4 the begin ig T h ýn' f , low4aw t rro; rem wee r .ted tade of : geOueilv red aise rt .eo Beer id-Wre et~ frn te ubloo : t0 danjtiIe 9tT to ve ulmnatd > I niiotions rIog Be m= berm wPr :10 Ytb r mar nx" (f. T. nerald ieNa s.L The Board of inquiryr land, oif the d wll shortly mahe ar h tporto's new he tmstoh . wbldlh Blsmse neiw ~duf!rs me Uo lm as the Inv arebtd meet to pýbl.h their reports able or unfavoable awakened as to howt The followlagr a sll a that have broken d g til others are still intaet: No. Total Hoars No. Tofa I ........ ...... 1.100 .............. 1............... 51 51...... ..... `... 4 ................ 1,1 5.. ..... .*..· * t * 5................ . 1,1 . .. II .... ............ _ 9$ N .... ......... ,,. 11.......... ..... 1 .. 3.. - 12 ............. i ..n1.0 S............. . .. . ...... -........ S.......... ...... 10 ms................ 1 s................ 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