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sionists are euchred. --(Doc. 100.) At New Orleans, the steamship Cahawba was seized by Capt. Shivers, of the Caddo Rifles. Arranging his plans, selecting four of his men, and taking them armed the Cahawba was lying. Arriving there, the men jumped out of the cabs, formed in line, and Capt. Shivers, accompanied by Judge Price, boarded the steamer. The deck watch asked what was wanted. CaCaptain Shivers replied he wanted to see the officer in command of the Cahawba. The watchman proceeded to the first mate's room and announced the presence of a gentleman on board, who wanted to see him. The mate came on deck, and Capt. Shivers politely told him to surrender the ship. The mate stated that the captain of the Cahawba was not on board, and therefore he had nothing to say. Capt. SCapt. Shivers then ordered his men on board, put a guard fore and aft, and elsewhere, thus taking possession.--New Orleans Delta, April 25. The Cahawba was released soon after her seizure, by order of Go