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51*r .wnd Proprietor. irdir of Texas and Spring ,beeS,, over Bayr', store. W 'Entrance on Spring street. j . UR TERMS : 'ejw·eruqrieapiurEarded ioany ad Wdswa, .ut aubcwpiytionw are not received , ikPSQmteyacfonsparn~s Me name. eTi'e ws wiln be sent two years Y 4Ju F Uar:s. ESDJAY and THURSDAY. . in New Orloaus. We find in the Crescent, the fol Iowing account of the reception of the news in that city, of the seceding of Virginia : Notwithstanding that the secession ,o Virginia had for some days been looked upon as a fixed fact, the final anuucaoement of that fact, by tele ph, yesterday afternoon, threw "community into a state of the ~iaot noisy and jubilant excitement. Before the news had appeared in the after-editions of the evening papers, it spread electrically about ,the streets, and for the time caused a very general'suspeusion of business. Some gentlemen connected with the cotton houses on Carondelet and .Common streets, speedily brought out a small cannon, or swivel, and, at the intersection of the streets namned, -red a salute of eight guns-seven for the Confederate States and one more for Virginia. In a moment, all cottondom was out on the street, and. the excitement and rejoicings were all-pervading and intense. We saw dignified and grave-mannered gentlemen, who had probably sel-] domor never shouted before, whirling their hats over their heads, and vie ing withthe lustiest in their loud huz ass for the glorious Old Dominion. Meantime the evening papers came out flaring with the news in printed shape. The printing offices were,. besieged by eager and excited crowds, and the newsboys never before had such lar or rapid sales. The ruLh, the stand-still, the gathering in knots, was visible everywhere; atid ever--' face glowed with the smile of high asd patriotic satisfaction. And whilst this excitement perva ded thepopulation, the booming ct'j cannon on -Lafayette Square awoke responsive throbs in all hearts, and attracted an immense throng to the1 Square, all going to look at the can non firing, out of pure love for the salute. The gallant Washington Artiljeritswere there with twopieces, in extraordinarily quick time, and neveredid any hundred guns fired by them ever reverberate more musically through the length and breadth of the Al that we have described was within the compass of an hour after the receipt of the news. We should state that the flags everywhere were thrown to the breeze, in honor of the great event of the day; our neigh bors of the Delta, flinging out theirs with an eighth star upon it. After the first hour or two's ex citdnent, the town settled down to its business and dinner, and all things went on as usual, but the event was the talk all the rest of the day. The dispatches concerning Virgin is's further action, as well as fom North Carolina, Tennessee and Misouari, also contributed much to the public gratification and enthusi Political Feeling in Texas.-The 3alvestou. Civillian, referring to re pent reports, says : SThe idea that there is any consid erable nmpber of persons in Texas, t this time, disposed to agitate the gmotion of reunion with 'the States rei 3orth, is, we think, entirely isoneonas. That there may be such persons in the northern counties, or cattered elsewhere in the State, is roble; but they certainly do not ponstftate a party, and, so far as we kirsee, make no declaration of a Ftstge. to agitate in favor of such a piilay. For ourselves, -we made no psaeasions in favor of secession. We .e., the crisis; but it is now Syor po near over that it is 'it~ i and better to go on than tt o recede. We opposed the "-aneztion of Texas to the ' and should oppose re s.ow or hereafter, if pro Slke a peaceful and sta t; end think the aie are- fewer elements of political differences .' t under the old of Mr. W. tie fas line of we atn ens "and bhe olty., soongto Ciadnate liMaictyal ~ectvio. The Cincinnati Gazette, (Republican,) says thatits party, by the recent eleo tion in that city, has been" cleaned out :,' The returns do not present a single redeeming feature-every candidate on the Fusion ticket has been elec ted by a sweeping majority. In No vember, at the Presidential election, the Republicans, although they car ried the city by a plurality, were in a minorty of 2,400. The average Fusion majority is now judging fron, the returns at hand up to l,pr!s,.nt wri ting, over 4.000. The Iiepublic:ats were exceedingly lukewarmt. Very little work was done, at the polls or elsewhere. The opposition. on tle other hand, worked hard, and for this they are rew:uded by an overwhelm ing victory. We saw yesterday, another pro clamation from the ('overnor, calling for 3000 infantry, to serve fo,r tw.lt e months, unles. s.ooner di:chiarg.d. Iloy Pl'hings leok. The receipt of the news which we published in yesterday's paper was somewhat unexpected on our part. and must have looked .curious along side of our article, headed "'l'The Prospects." By it we learned that blood had be,.n shed at Baltim;tr,. (a great place, by the way for mfo,.) and that the old warhorse, Gen. Win field Scott, has come over to us, and is ready to meet the Black Riepuli can foe. We alvised, in Iour lnst is sue, mature retle,.tion. befllre l,,tA ing for the war. but we cannot do so now. Let every tan hold himtr.it in reliI. nes_; war is upon us, and 1 n. haI,.' no time for rtefl.ctit,n. ( ,mpii. are being dtr.ied hiere. n.dt a,.-ond us, to prote c inu:. ',i i.. ; ti S :t 11,I as fast n- ti, e ~mnn . ra t ::. .. i zed let thioun t t', h.... !o or the bet:er. au i'! i ; :v ., ic,., ,. not wantetd,. nuot n l:i. in h ' tm u c h g in e , 1 i f t' . , ,i , , . . : , , : 1 :. . , 5erv ce. The w.itmtur i. a 1 :., Ots one. and ntt,,i - i atct l hn . isii tit. thel. better for u afl. Ti t us buckle on our armr : the villains that dar0 t'.ta'-' " ':l. pling upon umo rights a-ter o tn.nait. Many of our raid .r: wish to kitw whether we, look upon "ie ic,. received as corretn, to sch t ,l saver that we ilave it r:,unt-ot ,ir ul t the auth.ut icity oi the t a,.:i. l' doubt nrt, but that in tiu . c, " . . ""t'b a fiw days, we wtill htave int,- ;. that a hard battle hais b.en fugh. -o0 THE TREACHERY AT PENsACOnt. t The Mobile Tribunt-, ,1 Tu'.-.I l morning, makes the following -t;o,,, ient of the late singular attair at Pensacola: On Friday, Gen, Bragg haid aill the plans necessary laid f.,r t::kicng Pickens. Settinins of tl, ttnu.r tr," said to have bec n ri led up ti hi gates. "eNumo," a i.e 'itt on corre-s ond, nt of :hn : 1 't t,- i" ,lt ( ii-. serva, betrayed the p!nt itltl;,:ie.-! the tll,'t and fort, alttd t'st rate,. th, mnovenment. Th- fort tat r. ilnt retId that night. Gen. Bragg 'py .-tood upon the beach and cI u , t. ,d ihtt v five. tmen as they defiled f-o,, :L, 1surt boats of the B3rooklvu into th, fit .rt It was otlicially annunc,,d. i' th,. ;4. .-quat'rt.r. of the Ch l',,, ls oft'a ht regiment, on Saturda, that (;- n. Bragg would haiv, ta:ken Iick, i. the night beftbre,. perhaps, t ithtit tihe los, of a man or the i:rifig of a pun, had it not been for tlt- trarchl:.v ,li. a friend in wlhom he had cOtclt]t for years. (Alluding. nt,, titbt to Captain Adams, in couttanid .f lihe fleet.) Mathews was arrested aInst Satur day, upon suspicion of leiing a "p-." and setit to Montgomery fr invte-ti gation. On Thursday a messenger from Lincoln (Liteut. Wnrrl(di, U. $. N.) arrived at the Navy Yard with ver hal dispaches for'the fort tinid fleet. He was suffered to pass over. It is supposed he instructed the fleet to throw reinforcements in at once. Five signal gluns were lheardl at 9 o'clock in the fleet, at whiich time tthe movement took place. Bragg's spy was arrested and detained until mor ning. WELL COWnIDoanD.-A day or two since an interesting cowhiding affair toouk place in the nortllhern part of th, city. It appears that two merclhants--one elderly and the other a young nian: whose dwellings are not very distant from each other, have been upon very friendly terms with one another. One bleak and uncomfortable day the witfe of the young merchant was standing in the door of her house, when the elderone mad6 his appearance, and was invited into the,house. He had been there but a few moments, when he seiaed the lady by the wrists, and attempted to take improper liberties with her. bhemade resistance, and finally she desisted. When the hus band came home, the lady "informed himof the facts in the case, whereupon be immediately purchased a cowhide and- went fter the false friend. Hav found him, the young merchant oat to the back yard and him why he did not 5 el. il e .4 meschant meekly lattth too gailty to resist ,1. tion Whearnpon the other coatef.aptnaly left him to einjoy the smar " his baek and conscience. Was l~inot righitly served P ( Workist~on Staes and Union. - In the Natchitoches Chronicle of ) the 20th inst., appears the appended notice. Our friend, Hon. Wim. M. Levy, its editor, knows how to put words together. F'riend L. please' accept our thanks. SIREV.EPORT 1)AII.Y Ni vWs,--This is ti-' title of ita nIw paper. pulli.hed in the tourtishinlg little city' of' llr,e' port, by Mr. ,Joln Dickin,ll. ronun i art'lful eamlnilatio,u of the e.' ,e.s, we mulut say tlit in a tyvpgr,lhicital point of view. it is "ihard to hbeat." 'I'he people of Shre .'l'ort -hiuhl t.-el iirtul if this ueterprist.nuan enc,,rage Iby their patrrouagi the enierigic spirit of Mr. J). # Success to you, friend Dickinson. 'l'The following complimnentary no tice of ourselves we find in tlhe Jlef'r sonian, which lilas Iat, ly been 'stahb lished in the city elehflrson, "rexa1, 11,1l by ,l.h. wat'y ot's credit to the ,lili-h.ers. Messrs. Warner & Duke Sill pil, a- accept olur thanks. Ni-vV I't rtl.- i" tfindl aillo olir iext'hange. th·i. :e' ...k, thlt: tho ly , ·,.., publilad ait thI '.port. I Mr. ,lojho Dickinson. fioru.nrly oft ti. N:t hi itio L./hoi ,/c'I. Mlr. li ki,-.0 i. itu1, . " .11r 'I t ' I t an al vt ' writ,- n . ti, ; ti or .t' , T1'~' 'itiLz.'ll of :ii'm .po 't lte p -l liIly t er'tuo' in t h ing th, finte ,.tlerts of .-- ,h .1t ,.m ,.rpri., fall in t' h tar-,t o. M, t . 1). th , t;, - ", ,. n in equal ,o tilt ta-k. WV. wt i-h hi.e -uc c, .- . anti l, i miall pla., th,. Ne,. . -" ,Iut.rv t''r t 1)ttat \i .,"- ! 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Live for Something. l.ab or u.i the stl' e st-t j. et". 1',..ia .1 hatd., ate 2 tcr wUett otry VtNlui-h hee.t- al uLstt ,' it. 1.! :: . tith t hash ,. ant' d : e . t"hivoie te, t en e.,e att m tay Satter bl.ine i thy r pathwai l etitl: 1 t.lto. a d Lieten: . .le, Ju.ff" a, :i lta , 2ll ld dll it ian t, Wei:horge, gLit-d I ieultetna:.nt Ghiet.dAietii iti n i t h e ark d har:th. of artsl thierO u:e oppritse, atd wearyi ; L, lp the tetar of snt ,ph , 11'!b.,a".; nor+l "of lpe, an l1y.1 mi frt ; Gie anot thy rewitard shel be Jth un , illf y ,-atl' r betu hniltsr. r o.hi , this In :t:e't ountauin head; FU0,..I.,, as ti t t'icely give.t, Shall thg: atetdul light he ashC.ii Excellucy ov. 11,mrte ras apreactind th,. f, ,~~loing a ft] to therhgulal arfy ,t Louisiana Infantry ethgiat Su . a . corisgwll leowa tot Lieuten etc, vict G, . zno tcllor, panoathen. i. N. trkt, sou Livtilleboait. it II.ro Z sch tie, re.igtoed. r b Blafr i go aun-, 9ed Lieutenant. e a foreign power and enemy.-.Picazyse. C'ongreeas of tAe Confederate States. Whereas, an extraordinary occasion has occurred, rendering it necessary and proper that the Congress of the Confederate States shall be convened to receive and act upon such communi i cations as may be made to it on the, part of the Executive: Now, therefore. I. .JEiPRRSO% DA vt,,, lres.ident of the. (Cnfi,. drate Statee, do ilssue this, my Ilroclamation convikitig the (' (tC tirr -. of they. t'on Cti-e.tct titates ror tIt. tralusnattiton of Iusic-s at the enpitl.'ini th. cit.y lof lMentlg',e,,rr, on the twenty-ninth daI. ci Apri1, rat 1:2 u'cluck, ucciii. o, that ,lay. of which all who .-hmll It that time h., .ntitled tc: act U , c n.,rI-ill.' ift that holy are hereby required to take i Given under my hanm and the, scal of the ilt C:,ifederatc SC:date., at ?.3Icni.omer y, this tw.litthi ccv It ApIril A. I,.. IP61. .JEFF %t - ,t.N L-)A' I-. By the I'resident., UI. T'oottu.,, Mecretarv 4t. f ISttte Incendirci .i , .- 'Ih,"i ',it,:m i,.- gi;er, of tlihe ::1-t tnilt.. -:t. - lT he. dw:l in hiu.-,.. ,r c , -: i . . it , ti 'ct t iem r lie;:la, \c:i - li, e ti t I. .u ii lt-t Sitnd:l, twhile th, p:,ity \, L.. li , i in it t'. u nhsnt. 1,i .:.ih t .t it mnio Un.r , i.,",t ettnut.- ...i v tiey i i. .c ' c, Ii'. h, ,.id ,c.cn., natcet-i.. ::iel car rVin:. theA t-,tn, 1 w h ,.:n t .etw ','l il tihe + I't . " Itn- \ . t-.il, tI ' \+ ly ' I :l ; tl:II uis "h.. h,,e , e ,,- m:1,h ,*f t woul... with Stiac, i, ,, r, .i. : n i hI. a1 t',:timul cni a I,, cc- 0 .t . .- . -'i .. ti e' t i'iP.' - iin th i . n .e i ' h,,. o lu t. ', , I w \ ', .."- 1 n;'. 'di h '.o,,-] . .n \'i ' p , o \ h :-.,,, , ', 1 !., 'it , - " . . i;.i , l ,,t !1,,i - ntio 1, -,c - n ti c-' c, .ILti . i iw Vi -' .: l\ ,, ' i . . , i. ,! 1 " 1. cp ,' ctJ c" I. . 1r - Ti,.l ,c,'c ,i, ni. -cc.. ii , 1 c i ,... a . ., 1 1 , : , t ;.: 9 ntc-- 'c tli L - I c."r i t hi .-' -"a '-- " - " 1 'i . 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Tc .i tl nin r iriactc at*+i tach toluntef r ta t y c i i tan ci ior t hr "i' in cidicti to i Goir- .crcccc t p ia . ITacri fitcrg. Ajcil 20-I -asii. Iur tin hae i.ccnv-,cid thei Ietsylscniath Nin Yccrk. Aordril gie.-1tohe ('al ifbwrtrian , resiiring i dw tic c n prc at1he Pmrtlctei Mcil etecami"hip comttti to capture th tm. Audersn t .enthusinetieally chee red ct a ccion m eeting and wcce pita sent,-d with a sword. He goes to Wcishingtton to night. Wac-hingc,,tt April 20.-The Citv Council ap|,rcopriated $8,000 for tihc itefcnce oi'chcc city. 'rThey adoped res oluti,,us approving Lincolt's priccla mation. All bridges between Philn delphia are guardcd. One hundred workmec have been celnt to reptir in jured bridges on the Northern Cen tral Railway. The rnmors that were currant about the expected resignation off Gen. Scott, are now corroborated by j the act itsel. Fayettevillo, Ark. April 20.-TheI Convention is ordered to aeassemble on the tixth of May. Louisville, April 20.-A large audi a ence was addressed by .iMr. Breckiln ridge this afternoon, denouncing Lin colu's proclamatiou as illegal, saying I he could not eficiently use his troops without nuthority of Congrtes, op Sposed the settlenmnt of present difl cttie,. bv sword. that Kentucky meaen lwhil. will call it. ('ulv tltiotli to aid Ct'ulIgr.xss.in n ill pr.'stt inhg a ~Olltli-nt I protest to U t:ngretss oil this subject. "l'his. fitliing ; that honor. i tr,-- t lanl ltea olf Kltntutcky impel.s hter to g \\ ith ti111 South. It is 7t nth;,ritativelv ,tsated tIhat L.oui-\i dl. KN. N:ew Allan3 niil J, f' t'niu-n t ill,. lrd., ar7t. itfr .ing an al li e t1, pri- p.tiat, . :3i . -1is tltiir. . nutl amtlinbln r-latiot, in aniiy event. The Govtrnr': lroclnrau'tin for t 0".ti lgE thei K ,nitucky I,,giJlattuire tll the tI'l V-se.r'ltii i1t.i a ii lt i-un- -d as rleport'd. T1 ," umatt,,r is 1,h"l -iill L Id "tu3 g,. 1'i1 h itiz n" I "- f 1'.1 i,- illh xtr" Olr t gauiizitig bow, . _0:11r1:. ' i nlal t, . .. . .rilt srI I- -r ld ten I',' o n vi i1 n 1 :11 di, tinu . T h, . Mla,r -m i ,,rT ln r Titid ti, ; |Pr' -id l th,1i t 1i, ,I , " t i pI I:1 i ' a throu-:',,uJh 0,4"hia=-, u Ili,' il ' -i) ' it r t' :I . I '* I'r.'-id,- t re l.h, h.. 1 ,1 u, 3,, I i l, .- w ill go ihr,,i' -i i,,'"1 , id, th t, un tl0l,, - : i. x13 ..11 01 is:.iti.i·re. .l' ,,' .\p1.1 :0- A 1 iI . LI 1'0i,,n m,, .. i0 tt a h,.ld 1hich r *1 ll11 'I ' i ll 1 '' f i in 11 the I. "il 1 t I' 1 . A pril I- n I It ll t I ' '.. p11 i dh.0 n I n--hl I l 'n lt h it x01'1' tl : .1 titn ti'ot. 'I Iir.l i rl il rt iall t i' - t it n I *'. -10 1.. 0 11 . 1 1 t1. n l Iig 't I. it .ili"l i .ii tvi r,,m - " x.3:, .31 ;\ " .. ;. 1.0? k t 1or1 11 a ý11 l.a-l In." , "3 ri!" r .'.e . . IItt him iikor .lI " ds iii',r gv .It -,t lll itit sOIr eo. il' w o. t al t ll rt- ..1.... piit . t " ..lk .-lrt :i _"_,.-- i ht r d i thllrn h i 1.t. .-toir", ' ;o i. ,.. l.l0, s u ai, ty. :11) uo . .il,'nt:. Yo - . r i '. W I Lit.s* folrk, : di. ycurald him iii- grilt' -.Sw. n/o 111". yo, fr ... : ....z . il' i : in . kI n .. . . 1k r Ki ng? P.ete.-lb, ya,, ya , datt. fact negialature have passed a bill fining I "one who sl. .wi.l milk 160 water 25. Ti bill t ony ,, aits t' ,i,.nture. O:h: iv . r:i o .. D ,' \." ., t . . ,' . -Iu 1 I 3t = , , fit( .. It i,- . I ' " . w,1 " it , u .io _i h. ti nu.-: r u . * h a ni . , ,., ,. C hu b , d C ., ,.:, "hr ..!t i1 , , 1.. I"" - ' , 1 1 m ill , iltia ! i' " t , . 1., . lt° * ,,"Fo' ltarsilk J The Mobile Advertiser, of Bunday morning, recording the iosew4 pm Charleston, says : TheSag of the Coefecera'y was, instantly sung to the breesd from our rffice as the signal of the news, and the intelligence spread like wild fire through the city. Everybody seemed wild with joy 01in eXtcilt lnelttet over thiis lllaiiltld tri Siiumph of the attan of the young Con 'tivd.rryi- Tfl. Ixhell(. were set ringi ng xa jniuilxant chhmne, men 'hmri-ah,d u1 ut. m ra.t. mad,11' .p] h.,,('h,. i: Wixlxl I yal 4tr ,1.11 \\s a p pullde unltiux)l 'of' c I grIaxtulit ory c(itisu j'ilO. The Rl.gi.,tir i-a" : 'rih.- v,.ryv ,-lhx-ut.-t haye favored u-;, I x Eli. tct hich was to reinforee or relix'' lh. t it,'xemnxy's il troinglohi, -a. pr.vst.txd lby -tr,.es of wcather ifroi maki, tlit. xttixlpt of emite.ring 'har, i] hrhr,,i r l .it paring our tfrei., iti- nee.-xily oif detroviug the Slie tI. ich h hi xl l li ry oif faina tisin Ilxad d.v,,t. d to i iti| hx ilnan sxac riit . ' "'I , xt Bx .xt-"r i, talln. Th. cry that nw ,' cho,.- I'ri our ,tr(, i- : '', W\Vlhixxgtoxu "ri: "ut 5NE1 . : AT IALIFAX. N. it - A di,1:i pi, h. from ll:,litax, N,.w , 'lruniick. ,f tl, l Ith, :.. -, Tli. u,,s "of i,. h,,nhardul.nt of Irt llllllct ' t ("d i proolulid lon -:t iti htr re. ThI., l.gislature. pxa.sd a -,.,Lo h lii, .ihti th ,. "v lxlH hleard with ai. p - i, rw% arxd re.gret of the war x a,,..11 " ig; ,rc-. :xxl withouit ,x I .- -i1;_ :i, ,ini.n, xprayv.r.., war.ie of t, ri . , t;,r a I rtieu iliatiin. "h, Lnd.n1 Erx s' : "If a Ilxht -,,rv u:'i( ' I- t , ut ,i in c nti' xixon i.lt t t .*;, - .ert. fw ," itl , nay thha t thei ixir ii xi frle 1itate-' ixi til. Ix . ,1-. , of . iA xirie x. remixxdi ,, . x f a tl ,, .:x': x it ix xent. x e d to h r ;i ..." i rc J. A l i:V thin +irx xi xtxx 1 ' .it x t itx - I :6 : i oll ,, l w hhIi hI th i n, h:i =n,ut 1. . :.r rutni in d .11 %% th all hi- t" i :tio.' m 't ,.lup ",r i l. ,l ili,-. : it :R m :iv hi-- d tha l ', 1' 'h,, .c \ il :.. ,w i. i " Ill. 'x "'"" "x xi' . ,x-. , ,,. Ir- : lxi S 1 1'" . ia o: . :: 1 x i....n morning t lon the s asthii 11 t joato-hr to the i atlii E .*.\, ,,it , i v.-th e 1,; W, in , . " xiy ix. . xxixh -o ix) I xxnii, ...' 1 xx .x x . .. 1 :" .x i l :. x . It " ". I - ' . . . ! t . S.... . n.n:I. • .I " , 1 , ` , I ,s .. .. : .*00 IriIt It io 1 :.;. li, - I ,to l ." 1. 1 . to i t' 1 1 :I.x :ill . xxixux i ll . Xjxi \\t ' "iui . \cl. t ' . ,. : . r. - II . x,11: ,, .'51,. ,'. 1 th a rt v. ` I .. . .e l. ... r xx. - i,: ;,., . :,. ..:. - . . x 11, .x , i .hx, i-. c tx t... . xxlh xi, ,l.. h. ,xx dpi. ; .c'l ,. li x4 h, riU txxx,_ .. 7'1." .1+x:1 - io till tip . h: ir rxxtl ks to .th i, .t :. lxi, xxi . 'Jl., .. xr xxrl. xzxd t ill up It rxaia . Th :i" ri :1 jix. ,, " x ,ixn irt d, t i giixkrilly, , .' t. i, i-rml.xiii hits nol ixied the taptaixxi- ot cn axxpx"i}s in thI i-ntror 'lo: givin £tlruc, io,.nt,, to the pilots, Sthat will, prevent , eels of an ,-, hknown .iir h" '"til :. i~r'llter cI-.mixig r ixt . the Ixarbor, at l ,xt " iti ox, r pilt'i asistanvl . lI, will duI ,lbtl-e s take ,teps to1 iai, A i, ig-lou .i. , gt shao:,. iped giviing due xnotice to the adic.-nt l~t wati t ,r-d in tie Ctourt-Houseilil It i-ixe fail tl Fort Sumter.ac Oxlr military c'xmpx.nix-s hold them s:lv-p in readinixess for orders to,,aracr The enthlusihrtm of our peol.le is A public mr-e. ing hax- bean called Fuim tihl ITndianola Courir ofr on h ie mor companies left. yesterday morning on the" steamer Fashion, Empire City at the bar, destined for New York. Five of the companies (D. E. G, I anti K) belonged to the 2d Iwifl nrty~axi w-re fl- ofred am fol low: Captains Shh o phrrht (wth Major.) Broxk (B:rt. Apli , hixik .-- and t'l e"etr ; Lleuitesag Weod and Bell, and Assistant Surgeons Brodie tand Ramseur. Four companies (A, C, F, and X) belonged to the ed Cav alry, and were tinder command of .Captainos Whiting and Johnson, and Lieutenals Royal, Lowo. Porter and Arnol4. 'lhe'tinpire.City was tohlave this morning for New Y~ork. The. latsh ion bre returned from then bar. SlTh;- stantr sidd Artzoz nin aried this morning from llazoa Santiago Fwith tirt.,e conlanis i iof the 3,d litslll try, under couIanaud of (oL. ]Backlu. 'Thi.y will gou into cantp ar the city until otlot-r ciIpaulit-s arrive, fripu i the. interior, wl0.n (, at lprebent .m n. .4jrttood) the wlhole forces will e". l,arked on Itce S~ru of the Wo-.t, the only transport stetrtamr now at the ahr. 'here aretthree companics now in ( camp at green l.nki.-Major Smith's cmpany of ttd Infinntry, anll Capttinl r g;ratlger and WIallace's conmpanics of 1st Infantry. o'emn'lpanies are now on the way I froln, F,,or L l:l.ratler, I avis and lilies thlio, from the lattoer fort halving left Sihl,.re oil the iitlla March. 'T'heso ,forces are exproted to alrive during SIext week. A Story of the Russian Empress. A letter from IBerlin relates the fol f lowing interi.sting aneetdlte : " A tiw ,ltays ago a halt. old man, in a I pasrnt'l costumelllll, bulit decorated with I sevrll] lordl''rs and crosses, was seen r to astcentd the flight of steps leading to thie terrace ot tihe paluac- of tmSas Sonei. A s~nitinlel Iostied there ston -wd him, itifluoing him that he ctald inot le allowe.d to go further, as the eniolcr was inhloilitiedl by ht-h Empress of Russia. w Why, tlhlt's the very i-treals.n l iv I riilUt glo oin.' replied the vet.trnll sttirdily. An altercation en '-to.,, which wa int.trruptlid by the arrival of ('onut otin ,Alven-ielwn. fiir-t Ieiqtiury of( ihl' I:iljpreo.e, who a-sket whalt was tlh- maltter. The old luau replied t. ihat , hadl walked nine ;irllrnttll Iliiler to I-e thel Emprlierss be fre Iii- d,-th, ht. Imving sived her in her o th fti lii ;it -iatt., gilrve. i ill ,"arnling tliii, the Count bade hins wait, hnid ..It intrming the Em pro--. ,of I ,,. i ,currellcle, a tas ordered to iitrot loe l itil. t The vcteran ap prtcht.id tih. Il'ltin -r.s w ith a firm i.-Jt, iil -nail, 1 ri-cognize her well tihough i, itis tn1ili changeld." iHe 'iti. t r-iitir d,-, li h r iliajsty of an oc ctr.i'.e hto ih too ,k pltace in IJi90O ill t,. t i,:i of th,. C'harloittiburg, where • , :t. ttio, u pl to, pa tihe sunm :1, r, l :b i.-" : ". in the I .tyl-" of i pri :- l, I .:.. The 1-inpress of :u--ia. ' ll ifiit.-[- harirot , e.a nd ,:.;i .t . .II : itl ."n= . ii was oune tian 1:., u, t. a:t IIh ,'n,tan mt i.i pisce of ' . ti ". i r I:i l: i in, win her - I ". , . r: _ _ f.tl it ii , 0 I ll it tti o " . : i h. r lit"' ".. 'i"i i It i ' ii"o:it. I, i h i- itt-N i -, iilin eli tti i" i llhIGit d ill :lhr tht. go e rit alonti a itli :tt-in. i rti -ss IrAh-x'adrini: rl nnillng .rt" hi< Idito and cr. ilg :1ll thee lt hih --carried . r drip ping 1 tt as sll- =h i', to Quee i Louisa, wh, was sitting ,'i-ore het-r palaco r,,aditg. The Qui ,,. Oit letaruining what hadit haj,p,.In.d, h, rt over the i.-ilt. tookI: trout hi.ir ntock a -mall mne <llli,"n e,.ntai, ing a lo k R t her (the tO,,ii -) aintr iut gay.- it t, ul-guards 'lit ttet arn i itd:lliot the veternu -ho.i tad tih, l'l Enprt Nl, a ilimnwidi i ',liv rc-illect ,I. the occurr-o-c.e, and with L -,,p .eiotion re-qu. -ted hitn to ri-slor tor tlor tile t lliotilioti nI ith her S totliolh l" hatir: anlid turiiiig io, ti rin ct,.o , agluint. ior lcdy of ho itor, de thil-ld hfier otwi portrait so-t in dia tmiul (aun orninti-nt which ith- ladies of thi l ius"ian court gen.o-rally wear a. a mti t, of special allf-ctiin) from SliOe l-.Ioi iof that lady, and gave it to th,.ould. guardtls n, wnthoo wenit away de lighted, and in pasing by the sentinel who had stopped hit, oshowed him th,. trilinket, ain. . " do you see that i London Lancet. !A SaJ'e LCJaendtton.-Aln American slonp-otwar had put into an English sort, and the lieutenant put a shore to reotonoitre. li the course of his tra v-js ho encountered a tavern, where a number of Britiot oflicers were ca irousing. They at onte recognized the lieutertatl's nationality ly his dress. and resolved to amusle thers.-ivs by bullying himti: 0 Well. comraide," tays one, " you tbelocng to the ited States, I see." lt- Iight," wars the answer. ooNow, what would to a man who should -ay hat your navy did not con rain ant officer it for a gun boat f' con tinued thi Englishmaion. '*1 would his brains out!" re Splied the lieutenantt, with great cool ines. I There was a silEnce among hloor Ma ijesty's servants for a moment: ut. :ftitolly one of them more mudolied tithau the ro-"t, rtial:ittgod too tatiner out , W-well, lankee. I say it!', . The American walked tq his Bide and replied calmly: "It's lucky for ou,. shipmate, that you have no brain. to blow out I" Struck with the dignity of the sad swer, the offender at once apologised, and our was invited to join the mess. tTie said the puttingof refuse perk. or brine on Asparagus beds adeta to the growth of the planfwhiie.jit do stroys the weeds.