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TITtllDAYtttsttal:ttMAICt 1tt, tgONI.
Tre glost or ves lasueo.-To
morrow expirel the salty days sl
lowed by the cosltitution for each
session of the leneral Assembly.
It is not possible to say, what has
been dlowe, until the notes of pro
ceeding, are colated and arranged.
F,,rtunately, all the propositlons,
broght forward, have not been
carried through or the very feoun.
dntion of things would be eracked
-the Union abolilshed, and the,
State'n position on the map of ore.
ation, materially changed. It in
rather paradoxtical, but the more
law we have; the lIes the order.-
The curse of the State and nation,
Is to muhe legsiatllon. The work
of the present session will, we
nmnke no doubt, compare favorably
with any other session gone be
fore, A few sober oonnetvative
men have without noise Mntrollerd
the body, frowning down on one
hand, incendiary resolutions, and
on the other, eseroising a eontiol
ing indueenee on measures calcilsn
ted to change the home condition
T'eu Oanrrenna.-On gelag to peses
last aght, th Osnceers, of Dealdtn
iilis were pnsing out dooe, mswoted by
the Creole GOnads, on tbLr Why to quar
ter. in the S traehl. some by l-ad,
and will be on the grond to contend Ibr
the premlum to-day.
nIo Moss Msnnarn.-On Suandy lst, a
negro man, well knows about town, by
ate same of"Malday,i" went to the river
and td td t people thereabokk that he In
tended te drown himeelf. ie e paid at
tetinUnn to wht he said, and preetly
there was a pleah lthe water and Man
day leaded in anothe and way-hap hbt
ter werld. Meaday wae th hllef mortar
masker M the brekl-mase, anst they will
mle him it other, do net. Morntr i not
wanted I tnthe etry whek lien beyond,
and perhaps it will not aiaysl be Mendey
with him there. Had we hes alled on
to polnt out the happieat mir i tows,
Munday would have been him; but we
a tsel tel tem outwnid apparseees, the t
lewly a ni as the peut is ples have
eves d mblies f whtleh the reat
world hse little sad ares lees-l mote
Tiro Ooert or A OnlAnos.-Our
neighbor over in Mala street, says
"ltampden," a correspondent of the
Atiserjpisa, uae this terme, to ex
pres'the strong proability of Mr.
Breekridge, getting the nomina
tion for.ti Presidency, This Is a
very lit expresion, sinle his chal.
ces are considerably les than a
shadow. if our .eighbor would
like to ss the dagerreotype of the
nest President of these United
States, let him come to our front
ofioe, and get (to him) a valuable
truth for aeE*ag.
COAL Coutne Dowv.-The Pitta
burg Free Press mlys:
Another rise he jest occurred,
and our euterprisnlg coal dealers,
always ready to move upon the
roodl, take out a second &lee
Over two million buebele leave
Pittabarg on this rise, for Oisein.
nstl, Lousrville dnd New Orleana.
Tns COou r vo.nar.--The itita
ry will be out today Ip full feath
er, to contend for the 1preminum at
the Fair for the best drilled Co
c cownweo w - one of
the rooms at the Barracks, and on
the Fair grFonds, is a oolelion of
viewsfl'rom the "Uegativee" of the
"Lado StereoUoeie Companyl."-
Ssem la the old world, of csmuark
able and Interesting plaoe, are
tbs briught hoe, jmet a painted
i tim alouight of reaity. Peromu
'bhe gr6ued, should take a
BaDmI'sumer.-Autntles I dl
e Ve t i ne fe hlup, *. .
Stlei i Oh rea, . It speaks
he medaim say plaaier I
1 10Q, which hao
at ea.1 that the ue
maew NuMs b e ow ? wy t
The Agmre hae eet. yet bese
added mp, bet we Nter to say
whel they an h will show an
largep as emw tof md y given away
out of the swamp finds this season,
as at any forme session of the As.
sNmbly. It may well b asked, "In
how far does the present esion diler
from others " This, whereat even
more has been said about retrench
meat mid nform, thae ever before.
What Is the preeteal tes to ascertain
the sincerity ef profmesaloes ILet us
look with uibslesed view. Men should
be judged by their iset, not by their
wordsa If a member of the Amem
bly make a speeeh at the openloing
thereof on retrenehment and reform,
let us wateh how hi. action tallies
with it, and bow he deports himself
whem the hour of temptation comes,
and the grabbing commences. $20,
000 only is wtated for Terrebosne.
$14t,000 to continue the work acom
meneed on Ilayos Pierre. 611,000
to complete the looks on Beyos Tecbe.
Point Mlonair would like to have
$10,000. *410,000 is all that in want
ed to drain Vermihlion, and the mod
eat ss of $(*00) will answer to non
tisne the eulvert over the (,roeodile.
"What will become of the work enl
ready ,mmmrsesd if an appropriation
is not made? " "Will it not be wash
ed away? " "Will it not be Just so
mucah money thrown into the river ?"
Every member is made to feel the
force of the argument by bhaing some
of the same work "already eommene
ed" sear his own door. Gentlemen'
pget up and make speechea in favor of
stpppisg the sale of swampe, because
speeulators will invest their funds in
them. They are immensely in favor
of looking the doors of the Treasury,
with something like a IHobbe look;
but they would webh like to have the
secret of the key that (should coca
nie require), they may know how to
The beet speech of the season in
one we bad the pleasure of listening
to a few nights ago from Mr. Tooker,
of the date. It was is answer to
Mr. Smart, of Sabie, o th proposi
tins of this peatlme , to clean out
that remarkabl stream dividing this
eoatry from the peat 8tat of Tease.
Mr. Smart has eowisteatly guarded
the Treasury for many years past-in
the lower as well as the upper branch
I the Assembly. He hau opposed
with fortr and eloqueoe all appropri.
atiosa to Ilish that inlermlnable work
"already eommeeed"-has advocated
a eeosomieal admionltratio of the
swam p d other finds-opposed oos
sisteatly the looks, desks, and dams-
s not (or rather was sot some time
agp), is favor of lbtting the mouth
of Plaqumiae, and is down on Char
iable lasittioes geIerally; but
who we gpt as fr West as the 8
bies, then it Is that Mr. Smart grown
warm-"the importance of that stream
is a eommeral point, is not under
stood either by the gentleman from
Orleas, or the dnisens of the
swampm, I the Mislesippi bottom."
Mr. Tueer was himself a advoaste
of the 8abin beatry ndnibine nsay
igaltio ; be dwel on the sbject un.
til the heate was rady to admit that
the stream tain as the foot of the
Capitol isa mer tributary. As an
et a Jstie the &bine ountry
should give Mr. Tuaker a vote of
thakL . Every othrer me r of the
Aembly oooupie the ame position
maintoined b Mr. Smar. Thy are
all very willing to vote agaliuat frther
ppropriations to Levee Cat Isand
and to erectw water workts at Bayou
Sara, bit whe it some to the ditsb
in hf at t thir ow door, thee it is
trat th Brll 8tery in Mr. Webesr's
meet eeellet eliag heak, wear a
dirent aspeet. For pwro l oon.
sidenrionsa whicoh are quaie as srong
ow they we many yearsn ago,
thy all eme dem to e ompromis
about th es if the sesslem, and
the em is, jrprio ato fs u
8 Sands of soural el drdl t~.e
seed l Ja whet we now e.
SWIt *i (peak dthoa
Inl JOtl to myal-l, an se *he has ove
theL the deepest intefet I all tIe an1t,
enhltaI cad itoechenieI arts, and piodMl
homl otf e Sltate and eountty, I latrade
myself upo pnble notice, to say a word.
My reputation has teena mndld.e*pelielly
in rfepten e to a ithIJ.et of all othere the
erltest to mty felings. I shall take ocea
aitn hlereafter to uhmit a brief statement
of my own hlistory, n ennaeetlei with the
vaerin. lndnstrial airn, held,or hereafter
ito , hell in our Ptate. The attente upn
my own eheatater, as detr mit in to tele.
I ,i- no,,t fel more than I do the injury it
hea ,tone to a naone. the atnesan of whilh
for the last lU years I have tUed my it
moat etertion to promote. Ptiliwe luke
werrne and Inddifference did not deter
me: hlot a 1w mnnthsnince, believing
than fhavorahla time had arrived, I n -
devnoted under the silgtatrt of" ioieer"
to awaken nyu(n the intereetof my ft'low
.itisene. 1 applied to several good tmen,e
wrel knonwn in this city for their seal in
.doing all in their power ever to hbenefit the
elty and lttate. to aid in the eanee Thie.
they at once pomptly agreed to do by
meeting together, and proponing to inter
eat the people of the country by eilling a
t(onventin tof all the parishes of the tate,
to he heldl in the city of New Orlansn. e
the following rall from the U(nmmereial
Illltinon f the nou of November will show'
ItuetraitlA, PAta 7ma. --- fly re
qutet of many Interested ritiuene, I ihasten
to inform you that arrangements ate on
foot i-r an iniusetrlai Btate Pair ennventiol,
to take plaen in New Orleans, on
or ho,ut the mtiddle of January inet.
The ollect of an Inldustrial 'on
vention in to enliet the whole State of
Louiianan in the enterprise, by appointing
two or more gentlenlen as I)eleate from
each l'arieh In the ftate. and j slnitable
arrsngenmente in the Convention for an
ndneutrial state Pair, they will he at ones
I,iece, in poneeelon ef ench Information ae
to enable them to set an an to promote the
good work in contemplation. In a 1kw
lays mare I hope to (be hble to state some
thing more dellnite of thie matter, and
will prove that there in a fair prospect now
to eatahliah an Annual induetrial air in
onr City, which will not he outdnne by
ackenon, Mieime.ippi, t. Louis Meisourl,
Montgomery, Alabama, nor in fact hy aty
other rtate in the Union. IONEOIIR.
We, the onlderelned citisene of New or.
ieane, deeply interented to se the eatab
Ihlhmetnt of an Annual Industrial Pair in
New O(rleaen, take great piesure In ret
commending the plan of a General (ion
vention from every parish in the 8abte, as
propoend by inoneert
((erard nith Maynr, Dan'l. gdwards,W.
Bogrt. Wm. It. Avery, Art Miltenberler,
I'ritchar & FPlower, Walker ! Hnlder,
I)avrs and go others.
This seemed to be a proper course to
awaken and conentrate public sentimente.
I then formed the mociation which eon
eated of a few lentlemen, and the follow
ing are their names, via: P. J. Peymore,
I). Edwards, N. R. Jenninp, C. A. Water
man, eeo. Nacer, J. (laliler, Jr., ,astherth
Itulilt, W. Iagart and ). H. Uanney. I
did not seek to he a member of thise aeo
elation, my only object wee to benelt the
It seemed that at this very time the me
chanic society had been aroned by these
movements and proposals, and nially had
a similar object in view; and a conibrence
was proposed by them. A committee com
posed if Meansm. aaney,Jenningland (a4l
lier wee appointed by the aeoelation above
mentioned to meet the Meehknae's ociety.
Finally the plan was adopted to have a
jonlt stock company In pnreinane of which
large subecription were obtained. A meemt
ing of the nuhecribera was called, the form
of a charter was proposed and adopted, and
before the me wasee acted upon by the
egislature, a Directory was elected. This
wa certainly extraordlnory and eontrary
to a lange.
In the aot passed by the Legailature of
nour State in t8l8,lanorporating the Routh
western inietrial Pair, the nth aeetion
of the charter says that se oc n as 1o0 sharee
shall have been csbieribed, it bhall be the
duty of the commnimionere after ten days
noti,, of the time and plaeo to ell a meet
ing of .the subscribers for the purpose of
electing a Board of Directors who shall
chose a Prlident from among themseelve.
The grIat object should be in an under
taking of no much laterst to oar elty and
State, to commence the work properly,
money alone in the way of premiuma, Ac.,
will not ullSontly attractt the sel and
enthuaiaem of the elttrean of our itae.
They must all have, an far am cn be ob
tained, a voiye in the great enterpria, and
althougrh I have been wholly Ignored as
heinl devoid of all judgement and diacre
tion. although, a I acid before my rep
retatUon and integrity have been ariled,
etill for the acke of that caume to which I
Shave devoled the bet energime of my life,
to which yet I will atrive to do Mervie will
I hope on, hope ever, and viadicate my
ell, 1 truat ueeahflly in that communi
ty among whom I have no long lived from
the mpermion thrown upon meo.
A. L. PLocen.
Tm Viln In Nomra LoIstAwA.
Considerable attention ic now giv
en to the cultoure of the vine in
North Louisiana, and the result
given promise of its becoming a
prlofitable branch of induetry.
We notice in the Natchitochebe
Union that Dr. Breds hau a little
over 20,000 grape vine planted
10,000 of bhich will bear eaoegb
this year to giveo the Doctor a good
opportunity of testiwg the quality
of the wine. The Doctor commoas.
ed hi. vineyard 1. 1868, and han
labored sdmema tly to make it
what it oughe tc he-a morn. o
lare p)rv to him.
rsndlitu .% the lqbiatuvt
IdlAdllA Mak IpI, 1 40.
Glenits.-- m et l II e'eloeb,
A. a. punnest to e sme-tWety.
two senaatores I tm
Mr. ! ,es fesd the (imltaiMss e
1Y ea fir, b .l r. m.
The m1e ahe ý re Pi n
ani Ceommittee, reported withet etieon
on ie met to mid the Clay Meaetment As
Mr, eede, from a eint eeminttee ap
oninted to lvnetistgate abits in which the
t•ate l it stinhholeder, reorted by hill as
act to protect the intaret of the State of
Loniaetne and the city of New Or tqen in
variosn railroad enmpanie In which they
ets taoekhnideri adopted.
Mr. Snith, from the Onammittee on dCu
eation, reorted., by enhetitnute, n set to
repeal wection font of al set for the relief
of urchaere o' the Ltuisi•an ('olliege.
Mr. Shaihbrnte, from a merial. eninmit
tee apllminted to elamine the aconte ""f
the late semp Lend Commiseioners, re
ported favoraely with tgard to the (7nm
minioner of the First Swamp Land Dis
trict. recommending eaneellment of hende.
Mr. Lsidlaw, In Lbhelf of a spenil com
mittee to whom was tearted a hill enatitle
an a·t to provide for the constrstrion of a
railroad coin HBaton Ronge to the New it
leans, Jerkan and Ireat Northern aill
toed. reported without action.
Mr. Lawrence called up an abt to incr
iorate a company for the Improvement of
Peassa Lutre; referred to the Judielary
Mr. Iloegh. from theJndlelatr (Cnmmnit
tee. reported en act for the rellef onf ttlare
on lands iitented in the parish of (.ts
Mr. Hnlfingten asked for the seapenaion
of the rules to take op a hill out of it. re
gIlar noder teing an set for the relief of
lHenry nd W. . . Waller; peaed.
Mr. P'hillips melled rp out of Its regular
order a hill Io grant the aid of the MStte to
the Central Stem of the Miaslellppi and
and Peaice Railoal dCompany; telbrrel to
the Judliary ('nommittee.
Mr. Taylor eailed ep a hill entitled an
met to re-enomt an art to drailu awap lands
in the perish of Lalforche.
An met t, revive end re-enact an art en
titlefl n set appropriatnlg 0.I tio for the
periah of Terrebonsei paned.
Mr. I',llerin-An set amending and re
enacting an not entitled an act to aet apart
certaln mohles of the third Swamenp end
Ilitticet Funds Ior leveeing end draining
of certain landa In the parish of Avoy*lle,
approved Maerh, 1; passed.
Mr. Laidlaw aekhel br the mumpenslon of
the rtles to call up a hill onut .f Ie regularI
order, being an set relative to crevamese.
Mr. Shadbrne oabreml n amendment,
whioh wee seeepted, siter which the hill
was passed with amendment.
An cot to gradlnte swamp lands in th
perishes of Vermillion and Caleiasie
An not to establish terms of Probate
Court in the parish of St. Helena; pasmed.
Mr. Smart-An met makinl an appro
priation to cnmpilte the work now under
contract on ba9o" Pierre; referred to the
Committee on 1'bilc Works.
Mr. Solomon nalled up a bill foa the re
lief of A. ft. Ilorloourt; paegel.
The (helr laid before the Senete a re
port from the Board of Public Works, the
reading of whieh was dslpensed with.
On motion the Senlte took a rneoe until
$ o'olock this evening.
Hotse.--The Houe met to-day at Io
o'clock, . a. Premsentse, members.
Mr. Begge, by leave, called up na oet re
lative to elaves pardoned out of the Peni
tentiary. and the me wee passed.
Mr. Phillae called up son et appropriat
inlg la.nieo Pr the eempletloa of woerkon
the Bayou Pierre, and the sme wasee pasd.
Mr. I(lark selled up an sot esthblishing
a State Arsenal In eenneotion with the
eminary of Learning at, Alexandrla, and
the same wasee peed.
The following acts were enled up sad
fy Mr. Miller-An set appropriating
It irt to complete looke on the Bayou
By Mr. Lane, ofJackon-An met relative
By Mr. Levy-Ac mst etherialag Con.
miaisoners on the Falls on lied liver to
e into the Tresury moseye aew Is thir
B] Mr. Dreutte-An mot for the relief of
A. Dorloeourt mad others.
By. Mr. Matrk- An et relative to eo
B Mr. loseaeu--An ac for the relief of
J. M. Serpe, of the pariah of St. Bernard.
The loune at an wrly hear djourned
until this evening.
IMPOrarTA DctISto.--The case of
the owners of the steamboat Hum
bolt rc. the Memphis and New Or.
leans Steam Packet Company has
recently been decided in the U .8.
Admirality Court it Washington
City in favor of the Steam Compa-p
It will be remembered that about
three years mince, the Humbolt,
from New Orleans, with a valua
ble cargo of sugar and molasses,
for Nashville, came in collietbo
with the Belfuast a short diatanco
above Yicksborg, by which the ort
mer boat was eunk in sonme ffty
feet water, and, with her cargo,
proved a total lose. The owners
of theim Humbolt ussessNed their dam
agos at $900,000, and entered suit
against the Packet Company for
that amount in the coute of Louis
ians. The case was ubshequently
appeled by one of the parties to
the Admirality Court at Wuashing.
ton, before which tribumnal, ss above
staicd, the Packet Company have
secured a verdict favorable to
Uvau.-The Committee on Terri
tories United Rtites House of Rep
resentatives have under consider.
tion the subject of re-orgaislng
tbe Territory of Utah so that the
voting therein will be based upon
lel votes, instead of inbhabitants,
which will give Gentles a shlow of
fairnes. A cthe rr o before
the od uittie is to ve the Te
ritory of Utasb o u to redne the
Moemcos to a state dof aessay
inferiority, ,tenrritger y ad eer
pel them ether to aado the sel
wh ihthey uMow thlbr oh a-'
" ."f* e Rk m it,
nw wif0e wfibe l
two b 4 de a Ity saiN of. the
ltu pla., iad will noo e laid,
wlie we siell hea rfros Valesis1
AT M ,TION IOPA t.
TII Tl111Ch ,L3 PUAhIOWIL
meet to- dajy t f o'eloek A,1tA
at the rew Marhet ow ama0ed
taequipped. ly order of ulaltlr.
I1PWsN' WOMNTI IWfO1UI
WHOULnr ALK AND RETAIL.
Camel strIet .eat Smun,.
Direct Importation of BerIl l lhyr
amd NIpit Wotated, Phetlmhd wooIl m
breoierlngl bII, Omnves, Ilda Piattern,
All ordtor promptly attended to.
irrtlere for this plme may be left with
Mr. N. M. Asher, lrayette treet.
1ýIIItl1UB n RI Y,
WLOIWU I@ PLAINS, MTO.,
Prem AlliaNe' umther(im MIeeagme.
N'O iW AT RATON NAOrrOtJ LANDI #,
nn ""RAteU "eontw amw PLOmA."
1 A line opportunity of gettint R,
LEI'TitIIt1 of eoldirasted fraits, te.. from
thli long staibllshed amd tellible Iouthern
Wilson's sopetior Rp, Dials and PR
ronmeere Nnished and mold on board the
rITATK IP tilIUINIANA- Pari of WedC
eIrllelona Neventh Jndleol DIiatrio
(nnrt- In the matter of the fuesitoim
of litsa I'oast, deemsad, wilb of Pierre
Letet- tNo. - , Probate.
BIY V ITUK oef a Commission leased In
) the above n oseasmon, and to me diret
ml from the lion. Ieventh Judietal Dis
trict (ourt, ia and for the Pilsh of Weat
eiloimn. Il will offer at publkl .ual In
front of tyhe Court- ifon door of the PTr
imh of 1eMt blaoin Rouge, in the oity of
laonlt Rage, on
BIATVtLDAT, M g Ikh n ap MayI
oait, A. U., 188Il, at II o'el6ek a. u., of nai
day, the property hereinafter et forth and
dmribed. held in sommon by the above
eolesen end Pierte ,eliret, to wit
A rentain track of land ematuieg
about two hundred and Ifty aere, mrre
or lioeeituate I in thie Pariah ( eeL nsto
loulge aIbou twenty-two mils from
the city of laton Muge, lyin atL the
Jntioun of Blyou Maneehm and the Amlte
i" Terms of sale-Ou a credit of one
ad two yeare from the day of seIt, pur
haser to furnish him notes, with good
personal eaurity, and bearing eight per
cent interest from date, and mertgage mad
eonfknmin of jndlmadnt to be retained on
the proprty old, to t enre the full and
inal payment of aid aotee lad latereso
theraen. H. V. lAINt11
TO TEA DRINKERIS.
1 IAV V ut reneived from the aste
Tea Compaasy, the st anortmeat of
Tam ever before * d afor tsae ln tle
city, of thefellowiag well known vatNlm
INIvIrT NIlO U -SIMAlRPAaWF
fii.U Nh LUAP TORie NlISON
QUl4JN, o verlwes hledi .
VOItWN( iWTfI, ther varhMes
lMI'U PIA. "hNo tIPeu uNre i"
IMPmIIA eI (l en and PrIe
aenriem4ddw WM. W. 3O19AR.
Parbmere Ceielumie gomod" Sees.
marn"l.idw WM. W. SONTAN.
viae at mrL ese. me Iset Nt
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waeevt delay. dee. AB8 5005, fA i
LU*M" LWM ff
Mw full-The "11maSae a ate t
ti Iblast, witlk i e N i Ui e diaIi
e fillUOII no ate to e Ir Y- O
Tea eioimis Tws as M4
Ma 0remea tte lay are le at wee, wheree.dee
biuhaer wil M led ea the abve rm
juNle, 1at swlOK A OR, m.
FANCY 0DRE8 BALL.
PoE. U. C.iprd I ive a Amd Civi
mad ease btreams Dal, odar tlb amtoebas the
alrue*ets m the Satee Reeoe ladeateimi i-
commit me asitaleo, m ermoiwe w be a
neld at ite deer.
Tlebke met t•amemhnm.
J A D bawi. pq.. w. 0. fl. T,. s..
Dr I' N. Auianin, di. r aArsein.
capt. . 3. Duae. lSael. Weeresotr. EUq.,
COtMIVTgt ow INVTluATOw:
N. . 1 3 , Im 3. Ceetam, Uq..
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APPLiTON'S NEW AMENCAN CT
olopedla.-The eigth volume of tlhi
work Is now ready for aebeernbere. Sped
mea cop to h ee am the ?omto.,
whore embeription. will he remaved. The
emah muth until complete. The work
will be comptet ia abot sheas volusuca,
Prile, 8 doa i lea r."
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