Clipped From The Times-Picayune
, Appsintasents by the President, . Bf sad with the mdvie mnd constat us Senate. ; William R. Smith, Collector of the Cottons at Galveston, in Texas, vice John B. Ashe, whose commission was revoked. 1 Frederick L. Henop, Appraiser of Merehaa - ' dise at Philadelphia, vice John H. Withers, removed. I Supervising Inspector of Steamboats. James Murray, of Baltimore, Md., vice John Murray, whose commission was revoked. Alfred Guthrie, of Chicago, IU., vice George W. Dole, declined. William A. Bird, of Black Rock, N. Y - , vice Hiram Barton, declined. Charles W. Copeland, of New York, N. Yn vire Robert L. Stevens, declined. William Henry Treecott, of South Carolina, to be Secretary of the Legation of the United States at London, in the place of J. C B. Davis, resigned. James H. Veazie, Collector of the Customs at Natchez, Mi - , vice Charles R. Bailey, resigned.