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(ANDIATS rOB e S VAIANIIO
ON TUs aSUs'n1S Bllcl.-The
Jemerse Joursta semoseme J. J.
Miohel, Beq., s esadidte for Ame
elate Jestooi of the Selpime Court,.
to it the vacaney oeasiloned by the
reignation of the Hoe. 0. L. Cole.
UNItAOo TAsrT.-Here Ia late
number of the Chicago Tiuvs, with
all omne side take up with elope.
meats, real sad imeaginary, foreign
and domesle. The test of (Uies.
go Is artalaly ispreving for unoh
PIIaVA 8sclTAarrY r ru (Iov
llNon.-Oovernour Moore, liua alp
pointed i. W. Ialsey sql., a lhis
Squavrss Ucrow Trus (UNnonacs
Nuau. LAND.--The Van Hluron
(Ark.) Press, of the 18lth instant,
hau the following :
We have been informed from a
roliable source, that hundreds of
nruatters have settled upon the
Cherokee Neutral Land, and that a
large number have also acttlld Us
far as twenty-lve miles below the
southern line R that tract. These
intruders are "higher law" men,
and claim that their walts art par
amount to all law ; and of cournse
they will disregard the " iotice "
of Agent Butler, to leave; but
what attention they will give to, this
warning when the military serves
it upon them on the Ist of April is
yet to be seen.
Under the doetriue of Demoeraey
a teght us by pdple who come
here from the out pots of creation to
teach u the rules of m.sgov set,
this is right-.-might give right. Us
der modera teaers these marvelo-s
proper fellows have a right to take
what they eai get, and hold by mus
oular power-tis is Squatter eov
ELHcsmor or Orrudtls or sl B.
W. Ounm Enwournarm or Lousr.
ANA.--At the annual seseon of the
it. W. rand lcampment of La,
I. O. O. F. held on Wedneesday las
at Odd Fellows' Hall, in the city of
New Orleans, the following Patri
archs were elected alid duly in
stalled for the present year :
Gardner 8mith, M. W. G. Patril
arch; J. F. Caldwell, M. R. G. H.
Priest; R IL. Brue, R. W. 0. 8.
Wardee; J. Fureses, R. W. O.
Sei he A. Hero, R. W. o. Tres
urer; J. 8. Brk, W O. I. War
de s; W. C. Oan)s, W.. Marshal;
J. Potter, W. G. Seetlrel ; J. Fmak
ford, W. D:G. Sedtial.
a W. Ss Repremtative to
the laud Ledeo df he U. 8., J. F.
0Goes FPm Fasi vaY.-- odey's
Ladies Book, for February, and
Harper for the same mouth, will
be foeod oh the counter, of.Mc~orm
ick at the Post OMce Literary De
Mower CAlN' no Ir.-A correapon.
dent of the svaiah News has the
Thee is a rmor that Comlmodore
Vandwtit is comilag here to orgua
ir the Houe o rn Moday. There is
no way ia which he onm do it, but by
the use of mouy. His se-ia-law,
Mr. Hace F. Clark, has over and
over sgia declared in the Houee, that
he will ot, undqr sy eisromatances,
vote for Mr. Sherman. bThis is the
only vote that Vanderbilt can indflu
ence, nales by diret bribery, in fa
vorof ir. erm a. He met try
omeeother pdidate. The beisres,
comnpaity would, . course, be glad
to have a orQaiatiao. The auil
conta orw oeld pay a hundred
tboaumd dolaraor more for it. Tbe
hotel heeper oftbis ity would give
a thomurd dollue a day towards it
The lea ef fthis e sad the lobby
woeuld pay moeue heB. Bt ev
SW' The a d star solv
that nal Dsp, or Portland,ti,
fathee of at " Law," has be
come l th errible hab
it M e s iu elfrt of
his life ~tite ras.
aide. dmm easm em aeer **
O !. coum'meace.
As this reilgs time of a day, a
rinses Is ezpeblig every aion.
the e who w easegve a remoe, is
et a wsaselsbe mee, sad is tsho le.
puas of one of the Ite Presdeas of
the Iatios, be is F r se a fool. st1
a one is not our smiable Repretwo
tire i Congress from hibi Distrie.
We have known him a long time in
the private walks as well as is publi
life, sad we have Hver found him"
yet in any manner of plbea without a
reason; inadeed he earles reasons
about with him in his hat. When
such as he hais a oIered and do not
suit, he fas book e the verdancy
and ineslerleea of youth, and is for.
given agail by his great party be.
ause it has large easpeity of gpeer.
ous soul, and has lived leg enough
to feel the truth of the great axiom,
"To err is human, to forgive, Divine."
The party (there's only mon now),
could not do without Mr. Iavidson,
for heis a eman suiled to these coeti
monger times and admirably qualified
for leadership. If there were any
fault to find with him, and as before
mid, there is not, he is too honest
and too good for the party he repre
seats. When the press commenced
howling at him for voting for a better
man thas himself for Hpeaker, we
knew very well that he had a reason
for it; or if there was qny odium to
follow that action, he would be oor
tain to invite some one in to share
it with him. "Mr. Slidell told him
to do it." For our part we want no
better reason than that, and it seems
now that all ands are satisfied with
it. As to Mr. Maynard, of Tennes.
se-we have known him a long time
Congressionally and have never heard
a word-or rather sees a word against
him, bu nw --- nothing. We
withhold what we were about to say
is a random way of talking; for Mr.
Maynard is nos the subjet of this no
iloe. Mr. Davidson, on the 18th
inistas, stoA up is the House on a
question of privilege. He made a
speech is which the brig "Sally Ass"
was not introded;. eplasnestory and
apologeti. He preseted eards ead
newspapers, the latter to show that it
wee his duty to stand where he did
and the former to show that he ated
In voting for Mr. Maynard, just as he
was ordered to. We would like to
hear anybody abuse Mr. Davidson
now. It would be in bad taste, if not
This is referred to now sot as
of sy eonsequesee; but merely to
show how seiral Shrt Tall Dem
oerats were wheedled into voting for
Mr. Davidson through the innoeset
and asumpeeting agency of this news.
paper. On hi asuranoe to us is our
front office previous to his nomina.
tion that be had quit the King's serv
ice and this taken in connootion with
the bet proelaimed by the Springfield
Reporter, that he had joined the
church again, led us to hope better
things of him. In order to help him
aleag with the bShort Tails-with
whom aour neighbor in Main strees
eemed at the tipe to have but little
inluenoce; we said several of the very
bet thins we eould invent for the
old War iHeos, and verily believe he
owes his eleetion to them. The ele.
tio was not over befo we had to
take them all bhak ad agkowledge
ourselves ad. Subsequnat evests
show veray satisfatorally that our ami
able Reprmeastative is a bettr Kllg's
mae bow than ever.
Tree (rrr or smoo.-An Ameri
can oticer on the ateamahip Porla
tan, writing tp the Boetos Couier,
from Jeddo, Japan, ounder date of the
8th (oboer, 1869, givem a interest
ing mooaut of that remarkable city,
whichl cording to bhi statemenrat ex
ceeds in sie . ad populatio any city
now in exsleae or that has exist
ed. It taebea some. twenty
miles aloot tshe becb oftio bay or
gulf of Jed , mudemtemds ieward
some twelve and a.a miles.
The DOP·t9 ".- by
thr mil. ~ . "i .n t
thinks that f L mmmat ted,
and that il feet s isealy twice
a popelous.- Watabes . o fr
asLves-I weold aOt be a mam far I
Ite mst mrr woma.-L4d
tgiatib t rt
'nesea. . .65.. ,t -
arts..--The *Sea qs I * IeI
w tr. Stvens introed a s sWel
the navigstin ofr p3 .aD :b a.
Sto omits s.e sad
ereland presented a semorielfem
oerai ectiasen of Claboere to emaslpete
the slave Dick, on soooat of his meritelor
one conduet; referred to Committee on
Mr. Phillips from Commltte on OaWms,
relported favortly on a bill for the relief
of Samuel Lumpiki; and reported ihvora
hly by srbhtitute. (which does not alter
the ipurpose and spseleatons of the orl
lnal hill,) on an act for the relief of r. U.
Oliver, herlf of (arroll parish.
Mr. Phillips, from the nrolling Com
mittee, sebmitted bill regulatig ad
Al1isg the salares of all the Clerks of the
Senate, and providllg for aprevestion of
the allowance of "extra eompensation' to
theom at the close of the seseron.
Mr. Iloughintroduced an aetapproprist
int thirty thousand dollars on behalf of
Louiisana to construet a levee from the
high lad si of bet Rivet to the high
lands of Bayou Macon, provided that the
State of Arkoasa make like appropria
tion In rniproestion of this effort of inter
nal improvement; referred to Committee
on Ieads and erves.
The Hnouse aosoutlons instructing the
Board of Puhlie Works to inquire inlto and
aeamlie the praticability ,f building a
dam n srmos ld iver through whlih ifw
River oommenteates with Atcharalaya
River war taken upend passed.
Mr. luough's joint resolution proviling
rir i survey of thie Swamp Lands on Bay
oas :uao and IDhdgemuoa, having been
favoraibly reported on by the Committee
on Lands and Lovees, war taken up and
Mr. Newell introdiced a hill Alxing the
inm.pensation of tLatA Asosaors tur plac
ing the State Internal Imlprovolment Lnnde
upon the roll ; referred to ormmittee on
Mr. I;tlrigton introduned a resolution
to, pirlnt a thousand codles of lovernor
Moore's Inaugural Address, in English
arsd live hundred in Freneh, for the sne of
the Senate; passed.
Mr. Pearoe's resolution appointing a
jolt commlittee of the teneral Annembly
to examine tinto tim onditisn of the Land
(Ofhe, at saton, lRouge, with full power to
sind for iersuias sand ipemrs to enlighten
slid facilitate their Inquiries; passed.
Iives.- -The ilouse met at to o'clook, A.
r. ) mnembers iresent.
Message owere Ioeoived from the eSenate
declaring its colcurrence in joint resolu-.
tlnOl relative to adjourment; that the Pre.
silent of the Senate had signed an aet to
iprovicd for the payment of Ue eOlenmoew of
the (General Assembly.
Mr. Ievy offered a resolution to increase
the Commatee on Banks and Banking by
the additlon of two members; passed.
Uinder this resolution the Speaker ap
pointed Messrs. lerron and Duvidson.
Mr. Wise offered a resolution to print600
oopies of the Report of the Board of tup
ervisorn of the State Seminary of learning;
The Governor through his Private see
retary, transmitted his appronal of an set
relative to the payment of the espenues of
the General Asembly.
The followinlg act were introduoed and
referred, to wit:
By Mr. KiCo urne--An set relative to
certain crimeand ofnses; referred to the
By Mr. Allen-An act athorising the
Auditor to audit claims for stoppinl Lob.
deli's crevasse in Wen . Baton ouge nad
appropriating $18.000 out of the finds of
the Second awamp Land District, for said
purpose. The same was reerred to a
special committee, oomposed of the mem
bers from the second Swamp Land Dis
B Mr. Imboden-- An aot for the rellef
of N. U. Coleman ; refered to the Com
mittee on Claims.
By Mt. G(iantl-An set to gradnte sad
rediuoe tshdiee ofpublic lands in the par
ish of St. Landry ; reTered to the Com
mittee on Lands and eIvees.
By Mr. Harper--An act to reorganise
and establish public schools in the State,
the parish of Urlans excepted ; referred to
the Committee on Public Education.
By Mr. Levy--The following acts. to wit:
An act to legalise the sale of certain dotal
property, by Leontina Sompayra, wife of
F. E. Cloutier, all of the parish of Natobi
toohee: an set to legalise a eertain sle
made by Marie Nathalle Duard, wife of W.
i). Fleiry, allofNathitochee. These two
acts were referred to the Judliciary Com.
By Mr. Davidson- An set authorizing
the Recorder of the parish ot Sabine to ap
point a deputy; referred to the Committee
on the Judiciary.
Mesages from the Senate received on
esterday, were then taken up, and the
onse concurred in the Senate resolution
appointing a Joint committee to examine
the books of the Auditor and Treaserer.
The resolution, heretofore introdneed by
Mr. Barry. in regard to to ast.e line from
Camden, in Afianss, to Minden, lain thl
Mtate, was taken up and pomsed.
Mr. Bemire, was euwsed om mservice
on the committsee to which was referred
the'late communication from the Board of
Publio Works, and, ia his stead, tohe
Speaker named Mr. Wesgaman.
On motion of Mr. Ba-y the ious ad
journed at It M.
Under the joint reolntion pased on
yesterday, tbis adoarnmemt extends to
Monday, the 8th of February.
Corro; LaTrlrVs.--The product
ions and growth of cotton is a mono
dy of climate, it aMnaOt be saesa
lly cativted, except between tshe
latitude of 80 and 86 degree; es
tending from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific oceans-a region of earth's r
face 240 miles in width, and 5,000 in
length. Mubch of this region is in
capable, from sterility and other caou
sees, to prolistie cuhivate this staple.
It follows, m a necessary oeomequanee,
tlhat as the armounat of ctton laudi
diminish. the remainder are rendered
- ---. -.
IlMtPAr. JAPANESE CoMMIesitoxga.
The Jeddo oorrespondent of the New
York Jomsel f Cemmwas says, theI
Impaei Japan... Comuhd.um to
this Goveraument will arrive ia thLi
United States early in July, of this
It i-sad it ,100 boes
have bee beMlt in FPhadelpliia tie
aur, le s I ese seerie"
sad chpes, 10 ae e gg hm m4i
To BlsuMassas-A Mis nro
munlataios thek woould ~osis
easlhqsade am Thu evetalg.
No seation of the seam' to
have bug exeaptsd, alb mes
bnildi s wers more s d thus
others, as their foundation and stas
bility differed. tRumbling noises
were heard, sad decided electric
odors were perceptible. As in all
such case, many tales are told
which disappear on investigation.
The most significant plenomenon,
if it oast be attributed to the earth.
quake, oceared at the Artesian
well. It is well khown that the
city has been taubing the well with
10) inch iron pipes. On the 81at
day of last March this tubing had
reached the depth (f 810feet below
tih surface, and there it has since
remained. The eacavatosk or bor
ing, six inches in diameter, had
been previouwly carried down to a
depth of 930 feet. The utmost re
sources of the mechanics have been
I expended ill endeavors to remove
the obstruction and sink the tubing
father, but all in vain. Platforms
have been erected and large
am,.ouats of iron and wood, weigh
ing several tune, have repeatedly
been placed upon it, but it would
not and did not settle the breadthl
of a hair. On Thursday, during
the afternoon, previous to the
eartlhquake, the tubing commencedm
setling, very at first, and then,
with a perorptable slide, the unper
end, which had pjected albu
our feet above the surface of the
fgroond, disappeared, leavi .g
the snporinoumbout weight, which
Shad been resting upon at all day,
upon the ground. After removing
tihe rubbish and so.unding for the
top of the tubing, it was found to
have gone down a distance of
That this sinking was carsed by
r the name agency as the subsequent
quake, we do not say, but leave the
o tracing of their connection to the
more scientific and well-informed.
Certainly the connection Is intimate
enough to attract attention.
In the adjacent country, the in.
coming trains over the railr;oads'
from all directions, have reported
the prevalence of the phenonmenon.
r[ (harleston Mercury.
agr'The citimen of Detroit are
taking active steps toward the
erection of an opera house in that
city, capable of seating fifteen
hundred persons, at a cost of $28,
1:-1n addition to the Igaoany of
Sthe As oftm00 and the nix mouth impris
onmaen, Mr. Fellows, the Casadise law
I yer who unlawfAlly obtaied a mset in
Sthe Legislature oa 1567, will be striped of
his gown a a barrister sad Queas's eonn
.sw ORLEANS, }
.Jcsury, stat ItM.
COTTON-The Ploayjuw of the above
date mys that a very fair demand has pro
1 viled to-day, and has realted In sale of
about 12,00 balei at rpe ngs of car
t previous quetations
rdi M ................................. . 71
as Om sy . ... ..............
I YTAYMENT or COTTON.
steekB i . stqsptmber, .......U,,
I Exported oday.....................
Exported pmr ml.............4,5e- iSiet
I k on ba......d S ........e..................
SUGAR-Th-ere has been a Mr dem-ad
a, yesr rd ' prlee, with male of rbout
1500 hhds., fair to fully fair ranglag at
MOL~bii3M-Th delmsnd is moderate
with a still wealr market fur byers, ad
we noUas sale of about lObbla. at rY's
and ie. for prime to ohole, ad Soeso.
for inki.or, Sermeating, lo., and 400 half
bbls. at 88J(84c. 9 gallon for ordiury
Sto prime Iota.
FLOUR--The market uhasbn pall with
sales of ba.jr 1000 bbleh, Iseluding 1
Sae, La two lota, at 40 sad p l39 180C
sauperae tPs ?r: u0 0a t Wi 100
low extra, la two lot, 11 bbl.
CORN-No change, We noti saled of
about 8500 aoks od-whih 155 damaed at
5 ok; 560 inferior atGc.; 41 guesm Lat.Lo
at 0c. I beehil.
OATS--8ome 4500 macks have been sold,
inaloudinlg 900 St.8 Louiots, la lota, at e.;
450 at SSc.; 869 at 3oe., uad 800 st o ec. Ii
BRAN--Sales 40 aee, La two or three
lota, atJ 1 46 a Il b.
IHAIY-s bals Westra sold at p1; 40
t a sad m3, sad Ids $S a teon.
RlEl-rnactive. ldes ediaind te 1s
bbia. amew Me at $18 i1 bbl., which is the
retallies rate rom 11r'il lo 1.
I DRYATID MEAT.--We aotice ale
of 15,000 1 Shouldert ia bulkat 15,000
bat So. ferbeldemkad e.r ISu.
SBums, ad sas s . or L Ieldee.
Iad a. nd t'e,
IACON-The asil iiuelud*d esss db
410 three, i thur le, at the rame, and
;m v.q d'e. ill
|'ll~;jM 1 ;8dloe li k
l hgmachieae of bjllm
, a sn abed the
Il, hTe ba. R e1
l(J. ) ) i ,la .
he ar e.ai."o 7 0 n0 e , ei& d
s'*lhe Maeon Joural id see.
aenger announces the death of the
eev. William Arnold, a veserable
and much esttmed minister of the
Methodist lhurh. lie boe bees
gaged in the ministry for half a omn
On the nigbt of the 26th last., at the
residence of Mr. Path, on Bayou La
fourche, MARY ,LL, N, only daurgher of
Capt. and Mrs. I. K. aIle, aged about s
CTrr or RATro Roses, Jan. 56, I540.
I would earnestly impress upon
minds of the newly appolated Trustes
of the Magnolia C(nmotarj the Importance
of an imm.allatu orgaslistaion, as there is
a great deals r work in the way of metting
out orpamental trees and outuing out
walks, etc., etc., which hhould he done at
o,nce, the weather being pcullarly favora
'rTh, BIlardl enbists of Messrs. Francis
I'hilllps, Wm. Markhan. V. lleudo,ll. T.
Wadllll, and W. D. Phillips, who are
hereby notified to meet without fail, at
nmy of le, on Meturday, the ~8th of Jann
ary, 1940, at 4 I'. M.
(liven under my hand and seal of of
fale the with Jay of .isnnary, IefM'.
Jin's? t J. E. ELAX. Mayor.
L. those indebted to the EItaip of the
late Alhx anler Mmith, deeased, are
requested to nake immediate payment of
the ame, and all holding claims agal not
said Estate, are desireu to present them
without delay to Mrs. Mary Smith, Ad
miniatratrix, or to her undersigned coun
MUCornnsa A Kncaasuootsa
Ef). & WM. ()OG ~L,
WUOs.ALU & IRSTAI5 IDUagMI,
L5IA5vs.?rasl , a4.o Leo5s.
Keep eeeasdtly a he,4d a fell stoek f
DRUSO, MRDIOINRt, PAINTI, 011/, PANiO
ARTICLI., PRlr3UMiRY, OoMN,SRUuBS,
CIUARS, WINt ", LIQUORS, TO.
$A000, MPIPrI, WINDOW
OLAUN,oARDN S aD
All of whlek are eered at New Orleasn prises.
Jea1 3D. a wM. fCOaL.
"THI LOr lb eath seted midelsem aet the
earth and be thate i wise willn at abber thm."
lteslalCWat--Just reeived by
Jea M 1Ji. A WI. 3 .0031.
Seslvedy C. A WI. 5BL
L 'al TRA5-4ernesoloeg, Ohuue Impart.
ia sad Oupoewder, fr saleb
j) R. WM. BOOL.
R0urEr--A Suek eek of W.1 ir, a 1.al,
sjhevie, Test, Moerth. slte,
retalb, Wal, Arteist, sad sn ea )at
eselved by oRD. "k WI. 3
WI1DOW GLAM-Aweek aed Aertae of
all slea, at New Orlehne par e' ees
1d3,,1. OILS, TC-A large seek . Pure
S-Whte Lead. Mlae, Li Oil al Tuarpe.
time, Jest nreelved by
- . ea-- -- . ams.
ý DEICOINI CHR3TS-Of dlisaort soeas le
styles-r eals by
J *ji RD.dW.13003L.
rPrTOAOCO-A tres steek of OChewlg aed
J. LSmekhlngbaeee,jsl rsaeled
jan* 6D. a WM. N,13L.
THIE UNION BRASS A STRING BAND.
[& PUIMANUI8TLY beated Is Bates
Sle, ari·g, anre ste, e IppI.
I leeser emed ey gtaeeteyr lt
.ewileg Saleoa,ee Ieyge*o see (j4
GODlY'B LADY'S BOOK
OaR IrAbR0 AlT , 16O0.
Jeat reelved sad ar ile at
jad--sw Peel tuses isk fleeu.
3SMOIN33'S 1103 AR O, PUSLC1
1 ebr ta t oery . rla
eeu alsoleo up ate heIe.
- J. DU. NCAN,
Jaue COhder Dagser.
mvin AND MANaMS.
111 are in reeelt ot nodber 'rg a
_V ekasof Co eokln and elrting
8tores, ad th eele brated lobe Rnge.
We invite you to esamine Jo's. elebrated
Stewart Stove, "Dug's" Economist, and
then oompare them with oar
and judge fr yulf.
jan24 2w 1IPZR BRADFORD.
THE NarW 1UG IISU
R. DUIRBIN DAY,
wonme.s U ass s msa1
DuGI, N3ticall A3 CIiUcEal,
LAUX3L ITUwi, RAYONlll 3OL
I• as userd se. . e
Trusses and Uuppestersef .a hlela,
-e Mels 1 hPuhpeses.
ant are wnwaeat p ller. cd -
PMWl Wo ,pm i ·WWlwa /
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I "ud s.Desy e daas eV i
upa eesa eaNle.
Januar D. D.D .
3tAYSsi l IN tas
lemma4 l lmdu, , P dse u, ses,>
aO $r.-r q1ON Now ibe#eem.
mmumI liwhkof irii are..
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al v n come, lose"" *Ho L MN.
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A INp sad lrW ruldeumeesm Is 4..., 1 mWa
ehee- beldNed all - medouts /.MA
Welse As. I. N .e. .ew ,mmmi maewtu t of
Weela rr U 04* n~blg.
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