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18 FUBIJBirEp TKf-%EKKLT, Tuesdays, Thnridays, Saturdays. J. C. CHARROTTE, TJ. R. T. B. R. HATCH, : L G. A. PIKE, Editor. BARTON ROÜOKi TUÜßÖDAY, APKIL 23, 1868. k3r I.- C. MORRT«, Collector nn« Oenaral A|t«nt for the «atUeraoftt of Claim«, Dill«, fo. Alan, autlior itod Arn t and (Mlae*rr for Ta» U akktk t C omkt OlBi» atthöTourt Homo. KT K. C. WIf ART«)N * CO., No. HH Common atreet, bttweea Cauip *n<l Mnguaifit». New Off lean a, are our authorlued Agent« for that city. t3rRM(ll»K*IUalt< < r »» Kvery Page. * HPThanl«« to our »lway* attentive and considerate "riveraide" friend», Wm. Oarig, Ed. Jolly und John «iifvln, for supplies of the latest papora from Now Or leans and other parts, in advance of the mail. _ B razilian K mioratio # — A seoond steamer, under Mr. Charles Nathan's con tract is advertised to leave New Orleans for Brazil, on Weduesday, the 20th of noxt month. See advertisement in to-day's paper, of Mr. E. L Hart, the agent of the lino. , The first steamer (the Tartur), left as advertised, on-Saturday, tho 11th inst., with 176 passengers. Kjjr Laurent Miliandou, un old and very wealthy resideut of New Orleans, died in that city od the 21st inst. lie was 82 years old, was a native of Av ignon, Franco, and emigrated to'New Orleaoa in 1802, where ho has resided ever siooe. jpJT In South Carolina the Radi cal Constitution has undoubtedly been adopted. In Georgia, the election was pro gressing quietly at last accounts. A great many whites were keeping away from the polls, leaving the ne groes to do the principal voting. Many of the negroes at Columbus, Marietta and other pinces voted the Democratic ticket. Bullock, (Radi cal), wae ahead of Gordon (Demoi erat), for Governor. »-♦-« BP* The public mind, so long tossed to and fro, by political tem pests would gladly welcome the respite of a calm. The boon of quiet usually following the close Of an election campaign might be vouchsafed us for a season, now that thp State election is over, were party templr aud the general condition of politics such as they were when Whig and Democrat,—foe^en wor thy of oue another's steel,—accepted as a finality the issue of a contest, grounded their arms, and mutually agrëed to a truce until the n^xt grand bout came arouud. The thing is different now. The country is beset with agitators who, it seems, are content to "live and breathe and have their being" only in an atmos phere of incessant political fermenta tion. No matter what may be the result of a contest, it is all the same to them, the country must be con signed to eternal disquietude, be oause out of chaos anarchy and con fusion, they expect to reap the fruits of a success unattainable by them under a well ordered condition of Bociety or government. Elections, conventions, elections again, and every conceivable ways and means' are devised by Congress with its "plenary powers," to keep the South in a perpetual commotion. Nor can çny onie clearly see the end of all this, Bhort of an entire change in the General Government—a change only to be brought about by another Presidential election, resulting in the choice by the people of a Democratic President and a restitution to that functionary of those executive rights and privileges accorded to him by the national Constitution and of which he has been stripped by a Radical Congress. The reaction which has been steadily developing itself in the electoral contests North, East and West, for a year past would seem to indicate that next November will a tale unfold which shall strike the terrorists themselves with terror and make glad once more the hearts of the nation by re-inaugurating the reign of civil and constitutional government in the land. THE ELECTION. Election wturns com« fa sparsely and in a confused and Uitangible shape. We^shall await more wfi able aud complete returns before at* tempting anything like a definitive estimate of the actnal vote cast in those parishes from which we have only loose reports and the remaining parishes whence no reports at all have yet reached as. Possibly, in our next we shall be enabled to fur nish much more satisfactory data on this score, than we ean at present. The parish of Orleans has given a majority against thé Constitution, variously estimated at from 400 to 1200. The Democratic parish and city candidates have been |lected* with but few exceptions. Jefferson parish is reported hav ing gone Eadical, by about 850 ; Bt. Charles by at least 1500, and Iber ville by J 804 majority. Livingston—reported Democratic majority of 740. St. Martin and St. Landry re ported majorities against the Con stitution. Concordia, Tensas, Madison aud Can-oil—reported Radical majorities. TELBGRAPHIO. I'oroign and I>oiiiui»lic. Ml] protecting uaturalixed citizens abroad, amended by allowing the President to withdraw commercial relations from of fending naiiuUH, and exempting ambaHHa dors, consuls and agent« Irom the porsons whom the President may incarcerate ill retaliation, passed 91) to 6. Tho pressure on uncommitted Senators is tremendous, and comes from all quar ter*. The apprehensions of the President'* friends nre increasing. The new municipal officers of Alexan dria have qualified. There are no negroes and no known native Virginians among the now officers. t'iiAHi.BHTON, April 40.—Oftioial returns sh fur UK received of the recent election show 34,000 votes for and 11*000 against tho now Constitution. H avana , April 18. —A later arrival from Vera Cruz brings tho following Mexican news : Gen. Jimenez has submitted to the Gov ernment. Juarez baa juat recovered from sieknosH. The revolution in Sinaloa is gaining ground. Brigands had Hacked suveriii towns and wero committing other extensive ravages. * Oaxuca has abolished the State tax ou proviaionx and home manufactures. The Indian war continues in Honora. Gov. McCormick, of Arizona and tho Gov ernor of Sonora had an intorview, and arranged for means of transit through Sonora. L ondon , April 20. —TheOourt room and approaches whore the trial of tho Clerk enwcll explosionists is progreasing, are densely crowded. W ashington , April 21.— Banks's naturalized B altimohk , April 20.- Tho festival in honor of Sorjfoant Bates to-day was en thusiastic;. Tho ceremonies at the Wa»hi ington Monnmcnt were beautiful. Bates was loaded with presents from the ladies and citizens. L ondon , April 21.— Mullany, one of the (Jlorkenwell conspirators, has turned Queen's evidence. His testimony is dam - aging to the defenco. Parliament met, but nothing has been done. Tho Prince of Wales reviewed the troop* at Phnonix Park, Dublin. L ivkkpool , April 21— Noon.—Cottonj dull; sales 8000 bales; pricos tho same. L iverpool , April 20- Evening.—Cotton market at a «light decline. Uplands on tho spot, 12%d.; afloat 125fTd.:> Orleans 12^d. N orthkrn E lections .— Charter elections were held in New York State on the 13th and in New Jer-< sey ou the 14tb inst., resulting gen erally in Democratic gains and vic tories. At Lockport, N. Y., the Democrats elected their candidate for Mayor by 413 majority, and also their ward ticket in every ward. At Albany, the Democrats elected their candidate for Mayor and the most of their city ticket, by nearly 3000 majority. At Hudson City and Hoboken, N. J., the full Democratic ticket was generally successful. The same in Trenton, West. Orange and Spdth Orange. S etting T vpe bv E lectricity] A machine for this purpose has been so perfected, says a correspondent oi the American Artisan, that I have before me a book containing 24,993 ems of solid matter-—the whole of which was both "set" and "dis tributed" io six hours and thirty nine minutes by this machine. This is truly wonderful ; but I want to say that the wonder need not stop here. By means of these machines located in large newspaper offices in the®principàl cities, and connected by telegraph with the Capitol, the reporter or operator ean set type himself, the machine standing in New York or New Orleans and he being in the Capitol. 19* H od . James Guthrie, oif Louis ville, Ky., was struck with paralysis last Thursday. ELECTION RETUEN FOR EAST BATON ROUGE. NAMES Of CANDIDATES. 2 rte Against the Constitution for the Constitution For Governor, j. q. Taliaferro* Henry 0. Wsrmoth For lieutenant Qvctrnor. Albert Voerhlss*... Oscar J. Dunn.... 680 For Auditor. 4 ill) H. Veralte*... (J.orge M. Wiehl IBS t *38 For Treasurer . Adatn Qiffan*. 681 Antoine Dublnclet .*. 499 For Secretary of State . J. H Hardy» 628 ttaorge K Borne... 437 For Attorney Gen etat . A.B. Herron* Simeon Beiden s 88 For Superintendent of Publia Kduoation J.W. McDonald 610 Thomas W. Conway 439 For Congress— Third District. J. Q. A. Fellows* ». r.29 J. 1*. Newshsra IHa For Senator . R. H. Day* j 035 George W. Hagau 1 434 For Representatives . James McCullen* » 630 8. H. Cbaney* Bill John S. Huguet* «29 V. M. Lang« 390 Kobort I.Hi ne 39(1 William Brown....« .". 320 Minor Holmes 48 Jam»« A. anight an Henry Connor, Jr., 106 For Judge — Fifth . District R. T. Posey M9 816 For District Attorney . J. C. Stafford* j R29 S31 ITS M. Kstovan .....j 411 823 HI For Parish Judge . O. M. Hu«ted« ; 6/8 BS3 170 L. O. Allison , i— j 278 183 7 William H. Benton - ! 148 168 282 For Sheriff . T.J. Bird* j «80 529 1721 It. T. Beauregard AO I.eon Leblanc 389 3.6 248] For Clerk qfthe Court . B. V. Bryan* 6V) 633 110 8. Wrotnowski.. j 480 327 244 For Xccorder. John McOratb* I «36 536 1T1 Uli Beauregard I. 8M& 326 244 Antoine Lange ! 61 For Assessor . John f Piker* . ' 08! 631 171 J. I, official 8*71 1 32 244 Andrew Harridan Bo! 3, For Coroner . i J. B. Patterson* «21*1 583| 170 Charit* Collette ..... 389' 392' 244 289 400 271j 180 80 !M1 49! ! 2111 1351 2044 1406 2063 1HÎU 8062 1362 1809 1101 2049 1368 2068 1367 2037 1374 2061 1372 3064 1136 2047 2'148 2i'43 129") 1219 1169 07 69 174 3149 2074 12.1 2042 6V9 796 2034 1^8 1 23 20.12 :3&o 2 >64 1279 84 2066 1284 2'64 J276 IST Those having an asterisk or star (*) aie Domoorats. MUNICIPAL ELECTION. For Mayor.— F isst W arm. J. K. Clam* 380 U. J Pueket 12» For City Marshal. T. S. Brady* >.K 380 Uustus Wyilam« 11« For Treasurer Collector and Assessor. II. L. Wolfe* 814 I.ouls François 51 Mollùre Lange 122 For Selectmen. M. Granary*... ..348 John O'Connor* 366 J. R. Hackney* 34T For Justice of the Peace— F isst W asd. F A Nephler* 88» O.W.Jones 7i Leon Lang« 6« For Constable. Fielding Cooney 841 John Iffrlg. 71 For Police Juror. Joseph Arbour* 388 11 Conner 78 For Mayor. —gsdfb o W asd. J. K. Klara* 276 H.J. Parket 119 For City Marshal. T. 8. Braly* 278 Sustus Williams 118 For Treasurer, Collector and Asststor. n. L. Wolfe* I.ouls François Molière Lange For Selectmen. loh is L. Wolff* Julias C. Bogel* K. D. Wilson* For Jnstice of the Peace — S econd W ard. George W Buckner, *(no opposition. Stephen Young * " " For Police Juror. John A. Dougherty* (no opposition) Those having an asterisk or star (*) are Demo crats. 39 7» 276 278 278 J osh B illings .— Dry goods are wor shiped in this world now more than the Lord iz. Councilling with fear iz the way cow ards are made; coancilling with hope iz the way heroes are made; ooanoiliing with faith iz the wav Christians are made. Pleasure iz like a hurnet—generally ends with a sting. The most dangerous characters in the world are thoze who live in the subbnrbs of virtew—they are rotten ice. Lazyness iz a k<> >d deal like money—the more a rnan haz of it, the more he seems tew want. Thsre ir, no such thing az inheriting virtew; money and titles and fever sores kau b» inliMiiU'dt The viitows of a convent are like hot houKtt fruits tender, but tasteless. Life iz like a mountain—after climbing up ono side and sliding down the other, put up the eled. Whun u man proves a literary failure, be generally sets up for a critick, and, like tue fox in the fable, who had loBt his brush in a trap, kantsee a nice long tail without hankering tew bob jt. The devil owes most of his successes tew the fackt that he iz alwus on hand. Coquettes often beat up the game, while tbe Prues bag it. Thare iz only one excuse for impudence and that iz ignoranse. Modest men, in trieing tew be impu dent, alwus git sassy. Begatashan iz like money—the principal is often lost by patting it out at interest. Jealousy iz nothing more than vanity, for if we love another more than we do ourself, we shan't be jealous. Thare iz lota ov folks in this world who, rather than not find enny fault at all, wouldn't hesitate tew say tew an angle worm that hiz tail waz altogether tew long for the rest ov hiz body. Thare is menny who are kut out for smart men, but who won't pay for making up. Envy iz an insult tew a man's good sense; for envy iz the pain we feel at the excellencies ov others. How manny people thare iz whoze souls lay in them, like the pith in a goose-quill. W&F Louis Napoleon gets $14,240 a day ; Queen Victoria, $6,027 ; Francis Joseph, $10,950, and the King of Prussia, $8,210. 03*- The New Orleans He« of Tuesday last throws some light on the way things were managed in that cily during the late election, as fol lows : • T he E lection in thk C ity ,—Forty eight hours have elapsed since the polls were closed, and we are still un able to obtain the official returns of the election in this city. What is the reason of this we camiot say, but this much may be affirmed that in no other city of the United States could libe inefficiency and mismanagement characterize an election of such im portance as the present. There has certainly beea time enough to pre pare an accurate statement of the vote. It is generally understood that the Constitution has been defeated, and the Democratic ticket, for the most part, elected by a majority from 1000 to 2000. The majority would have been considerably more than double these figures if the Con servative voters bad done their duly. We know not how these who have failed to vote on so vital an occasion can reconcile this dereliction to their consciences. They certainly deserve to suffer all the evils that may flow therefrom. Three or four thounaud Conservatives voters, it is evident, have refused to exercise the right of suffrage, and thereby, in effect, have ranked themselves with tbe Kudical adventurers who are striving with might and main to reduce the people of Louisiana to a subjection slavish beyond expression. A vote kept back from the Constitutive ticket wa« equiv alent to a vote for the Radical ticket. Such conduct is inexplicable on any hypothesis and passes our comprehen sion, The voters in the interior par ishes, so far as heard from, have done better than those of New Orleans, but we have not data sufficient to form even an approximate estimate of the result throughout the State. A number of young men in Pensacola who are out of employment, are seriously considering the project of establising a farm, where, by their joint efforts, they will be enabled to make a comfortable support. Capital idea. 1 » I The Postoffice Department is advised that by the first of August four steamers will be running from Sao Francisco to Japan and China, and be ready to carry the mails regu larly every Saturday, as received by the Pacific iailroad when completed. » •• » NEW ORLEANS MARKETS. T ubbday E vkning , April 21. G old—1 N otes —City treasury advanced to 11)4% 28X C otton —A better inquiry to-day. Yea terday's sales were 510 bales on the basis of 29@29J^c. for good ordinary, 30@30J^c. for low middling, and 31@31}£c. for mid dling. C obn — 92>^o.@$1 10c. I? bushel. f ose — Roand lots for mess, retailing at $28 $ bbl. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. BRAZILIAN EMIGRATION. (Charles Nathan's Contract.) DEPASTURE OF SECOND STEAMEH. A m.MT-ni,AP8, i .AttOK, ieon STEAMSHIP, tli« Meoud of the Hue uuder the contract of Ma. ciiahi.rn Natiu * with the Brazilian Govern ment, will leave New Orleans for Rio de Janeiro« On WKDNB8DAY, Sora MAY NEXT. flret-olaiR cabin paittag«... $100 In (Old. Second cla*)cubing paaaage ...$125 In gold. All pasaengrrn will fare at (he eame tahlea. Abundance of anbatantlal food ; plenty of Bed> ding, and Bed Boom ; Water, Fuel, Servante ; Medicine« and Medleal attention to ell alike. Paeeenger'i baggage, pernonal effect« and agri cultural Implement! carried free of charge. Freight will be taken at Hew York rate*. tar OILI.S or EXCHANGE given on Rio de Janeire. •r a circular wltb further detail* of Mr. N a than '« contract will be forwarded on application. For paitage or freight apply early to IS. 1>. HART, Agent, Mo, 10 Dnlon «treet, or foat Office Box, 1000. api' i l-lt wAlw NkiW OKI.KANS, I.A. BASE BALL HEADQUARTERS. P. F. GOGARTY, 130 Camp Street, NRW 0RL.KAN8, LA. HAS CONSTANT! Y ON HAND A LAKOK nupply of Bane r.all Material, BaaeJBalla, iiiiix, linn a, Belta, (lame, Refereuoe and «cor» Hooka. Oriler« from Country Cluba promptly attended to. apr!il-»m GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK — rokf MAY, 1HOB, — AT— HEROMAN'8 BOOK & MÜ8IC DEPOT. apr2l 3t GODEY'S LADY'S BOOK * — ro*— MAY, 1BO0, BEAL'S BOOK & VARIETY STORE. apr21-2w Frank Leslie's Lady's Magazine -FOE MAY, I860, BE AT, '8 BOOK & VARIETY STORE. apr2l-2w Demorest's Lady's Magazine MAY, 1S08, — AT— BEAL'S BOOK A VARIETY STORE. >p r21-2w ORK, PORK, LARD, FLOUR, 4M bae» Pound and Dry White Corn, 60 barr»!» a.«ort«'l grade« Flonr, 25 barrela Me«« Pork, 11 ercea f oaf Lard, 15 k»g« do. do. IT boxe« Cream and Pod* Cracker«, II box«« aaaorted Candy, l r > barrel« Brown Wuirar, 2 barrola Orntbed and Powdered Sugar, 1 barrel (lolden Hymn. 2 boxe« Thin flrenkfaat Baoon. Of tbe above Hat, of good«, part are now In «tor» «nd th* remainder are now dim per «teamer BIfiinarck. Purchaser« are «olli-ltod to ulv« me a call rap»*21 ] JOSHCA BKAU c M UAL, MEAL, MEAL. P LA NT K RS AND DKA I.KR8 can procure flr«t c!a«« Untied or ürbolted Meal In any de ulri"' onintliy *t the «tore and mill« of apr2l JOSHUA BKAL. GEORGE M. STEPHANS, conpeotionbr, MUSSEL MAWS OLD STAND, Till RO STREET« RK^PKCTFOLLY Informa the pufc-j lie tbat he haa reopened hia ICE-CREAM SALOON, together wl'h auch other refreahmenta aa it may be in his line to supply his patrone, during the aeaaon. Ill« arrangements to accommodate either ladle* or gentlemen, cannot be «urpaa«ed. Pledging himanlf to do all in hia power to afford eatfafaction to every one fivoring him with a call, be respectfully nollcta a liberal ahare ot patronage. aprl8 South Carolina Cow Peas. TO AKRIVK—Within f«ven to ten daya I «halt be in receiptor a first thipmenlsf thirty bag 4 Pl'RE SOUTH CAROLINA COW PEAIS. Planter« who want aa good a» can be bad will do well to give me a call. aprU JOSHUA BEAL. Just Received. DIRECT FROM NKW YORK, a large aaaort meut ol I'KBRLKS. in Gold, Steel and Shell frame«; SLEEVE BUTTONS and STUDS, of Mo ther of Peirl—aomethlng beautiful and cheap. Alao, Tripple plated TEASPOONS on white metal, at New fork manufacturing prices American GOLD WATCHES in 18 carat cases, aad SILVER of 2, 3 and 4 ounce cases. E. FENDLER, aprll Third street. PEACH BLOW POTATOES. t'y BARKELS very choice Peach Blow Pota £') tow«, juxt atored and for Bale by aprll . J OSHU A BEAL MILL FEED. A GOOD lot of Mill Feed now on hand. Call *t\. soon while you get it. JOSHUA BEAL LIME. On BARRELS bfat quality of Rock Island, •j' / now in fitore and for (ale by aprll JOSHUA BEAL . ~CANDY. ANOTII Kit lot of Freeh Candy jnat itored ùjr apr9 JOSHUA BEAL. WANTS—FOR Wanted. Actuation as ol*rk,in a oiw»|ry or Drr Oooda Store, by a young man of*h a city, well known—one experienced in the btfal na«a—can give good reference« For particulars, as to wagea, Ac., apply_at this ofllce. mar»l Old Gold aud Silver Wanted. I AM PAYING the highest price for old Gold and Silver. « E. FENDLER, janSI Watchmaker and Jeweler Eggs! Eggs!! Eggs!!! WANTED, 800 doaen Freeh Egg* at atom of aprll JOSHUA UE a T. Parish Warrants fot Sale. T Tuose persons who have not as yet paid their parish tax««, will Hnd ft to th*ir ihfer est to call on tbe underaigned pariah lail Keeper at this city, who can accommodate ttuuu with parish «arrant« on tbe taost liberal terms. r mart Ii M. BROOK« Great Bargain IN A Plantation and Wood Yard. 12i'0 acres of Laudr-300 oleared under fence, about 10 miles above the city ol Baton liouge, on tbe Fast side 01 the bank of tbe Migalsslpp river. Theiand II well timbered with ash, cypres«, As , and Is well adapted for a wood yard There is a dwell ing and all necessary »^buildings. A great bar gain can be bad If application I« made anon. For particulars apply to, or address the undersigned at the Gazette A Comet oiltoe. mar 10 J. 0. OIIAKROTTM Plantation for Sale. ACIK ARPENTS of land situated on the Bayon Sara road twelve mi lea from lia tou liouge, with Improvements, consisting .of a good Dwelling house, Gabina, Oorticrjba. and 00 acre* of tbe land are open and under cultivation ihe other ie heavily Umbered. For tt rm» apply to JULIUS O. BO. 1 EL, f«b22 Auc tio neer Farm for Sale. I () MILES from Baton Rouge, on the Bp yon \_Jj Sara Ro-«l. It contain« ahout 120 acre« 01 splendid land, about 60 acres cleared and un der fttnee, The Improvement« are amply audi, clent for residence and quarter«. PitlOE $10 p«r acre—half casn, the balance In one yiar. Apply to JUlilUd O. HOG EL, jan«6 Auctioneer. Cypress Pickets for Sale. 1000 cypK * H8 l *- lc;KltT8 for "" 1b h? th ® undersigned. A. BLUM, Agent. Cotton Seed for Sale. QAA BUM H ELS best quality «onud good «eed. ^UU Apply at this ofllce mar8-tr Corn Shelter for Sale. J HAVE for «ale one good second-band Corn Sheller— Price, twelve dollars cash. no vil» JOSHUA BEAL Flooring for Sale. THB MISSOURI MILLS are no* taming out a fine article of L»re«m-d Tongue and Grooved Flooring which will be anppll«d ai tory low priiws forcash ffcb26J A. A DELA .OI'KKIE Furniture for Sale, rpHE UNDhRMGNED ofler« lor mle a large 1 lot of Furnitur«, at re<Ulc»d pelc«s, feblS M. ü1unamy FOR RENT— LOHT, ETC. For Rent. A NEAT, comfortable and commodious Cottage Residence, containing four I rooms, a kitchen and servant«' ro»m; aj good 'ilatern ; well euppllml with water—tne lo cation very pleasant and desirable. Apply to feblft JAMES MoVAY For Bent. A COMFORTABLE dwelling house, wüh/» three rooms well finished. For par §"il tlculara, apply at this ofllce. JanliH For Bent. THREE LARGE AIRX ROOMS ever the feti People's Store, oppo«lte ihe Hank. Third fej'J «treet For particular« apply at the Stptl7 PEOPLE'S STORE s >us/-iüv rM Strayed Bull. IN THE latter part of the month , of November last, from the Klchlaud Plantation, S miles irom the city of Baton Rouge, a large ■ Durham, (little mixed Willi Bntbma), Ur.hl' RKD BULL, about six years old, while spot between tbe horns, long tall, tip end wlilte, sca( on rlie fore leg. made by a rope. Said animal was brought from the parish of Esst t'ellclana, in the early part of the month of November last, frnrn tho plantation ol Maj. G W. MUNDAV, to which place he may endeavor to regain bis way back Any information of his wbercntiQuts, will be suitably rewarded by the undersigned, mar 10 J.O. OHARROTCT No Credit. HEREAFTER no accounts will be opened by m«andnoaali)Swlilbe maiieexcept for cash mar2S L. BUSENFLELL). Notice. INTENDING to visit Europe tbe coming aum uier, I am constrained to request my frlenua and customers who are indebted to the lino, to come forward with aa littlud»lay a» poasibie,' and close their accounts. Their immediate attention Is earnestly requested to the ahovo. mar28 A. KOSENFIELD. Dissolution of Copartnership» Notice is hereby given . That the co partnerahip heretofore existing in tl)h< city between F. VaZQOKZ and O.QUINTERO, Under the name aud firm of VAZQUEZ A QUINTMtO, is dissolVnd by mutual casent, dating lrom the 1st of ApriulSflH. Mr. VAZQUEZ, who becomes by this arrange ment, sole proprietor of the business, is fully authorized to settle all tbe outstanding business of the concern. Mr. QU1NTERO, in retiring, returns his grate ful acknowledgment* to the friends ^f the late firm for their kind aod Ifberal patronage, and betpeaka for hi» aucoessor, llr VAZQUEZ,* con tinuance of the ume. FERNANDO VAZQUEZ, aprt CAMILLE QÜINTERÖ. A Free School, IN THE CITY HALL. AT NIGHT, FROM 7 P. M., to 9 or 10 o'clock, at the option of the pupils, for young gentlemen and ft at», net under fourteen years id age, to tit (.pened MON DAY, the Ü3d Inst., and to b i taught five nights each week. Those who prefer to pay, can cio it, In advance, each mouth, at Two Dollars per mon.h of four weeka. Tuition will he given in the common English Branches, Penman hip and Book-keeping. Tbe School, for tbe present, will be limited to thirty pupils. Those who intend to enter, will p!ea«e to leave their names, this wee* wltb either tbe Kdltor of this paper,or Mr. D. P. KKYMoNDorMr. JAMKd BOGAN, both on Main street. marl9-tf A. It. GRAVRB. SUGAR. DEALERS e«n find at my »tore a Choice article of Sugar for retail purposes. Prices ail U .K. [aprOJ JOSHUA BKAL. SWEET POTATOES. TO-ANTED. 6° barrel, beat quality Sweet Po VV ta toes. Apjdy to spr j JOSHUA BEAL. MESS PORK. BARKELS flrsl-clsss stiinlarj Mena Pork, j£jij now in »Ure and for aale low by a]5r7 .10, II I" ( BKAL. Preston & Merrill Yeast Powders. QA DOZEN Proton & MeTritl Yt-ast Powders «5U just received and offered to dealers at New Orleans prices. Call and ascdrt^in prices. aprll JOSHUA BKAL.