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Blinking Capital*
Misrepresentations, um rcgaids banking capital,
their circulation and loan«, are constantly being
put forth in certain of the Northern and Southern
print*, and the facts drawn from them at war with
the plainest rule» of arit.unetic. To accomplish
their ends—the destruction of all banks, howevr
safe and well managed—they unblnshingly per
vert the most reliable statements, and substitute
high class figures of their own, for those growing
out of the transaction, varying in amount from 75
to 100 per cent. They possess the singular faculty,
too, of never committing a mist-ike in favor of the
solvency of a bank, let the valuable and available
capital of the institution be ever so much greater
than its circulation and discounts. The discrep
ancy, of which the following article complains, is
a modest one, in comparison with thousands almost
daily published for party purposes, exhibiting, ?.s it
does, only 54 per cent, less solvency than the New
Jersey banks actually possess :
New Jersey Banks —A money article, recently
in a New York paper, by many considered oracular
on matters of finance, makes a direct attempt to
injure the credit of the banks of this State. After
a statement in columns of their circulation, dis
counts and specie, taken, apparently, from the re
turns published in this p 'per, the writer proceeds
to say :
" The banking capital of New Jersey on the 1st
January, 1851, was $3,754,900, but little more than
one half the amount of loans and discounts. The
proportion of specie on hand to bills in circulation,
able exhibit, and confirms the impression we have
long had, that the bank* of New Jersey are by no
means in a safe or sound position.
There is here a criminal mis-statement, or at
least, criminal carelessness on inch a subject, if not
at the time of writing the article, at any rate, in
suffering it »o go uncorrected. The columns of
ligures preceding this slanderous fling, are footed
up as follows :
Discount*. Circulation. Specie
»7 .158.997 93.tki7.908 $ii^.885
If these figures were correct, the proportion of
specie to circulation is 1 to 6—instead of 1 to ÜÜ.
But the figures are not correct. The Daily Adver
tiser, which was evidently !>efore the writer of that
article, in the table therein published, fools up the
column of circulation, as it came from the office of
the Secretary of State, and rightly, at S3,046,958,
a difference of 6000,000 ; showing that the prnpor
t on of specie to the circulation was 1 to £1 89, or
t lereabout.
But this is not all. With a capital of $3,754,900
it seems the Jersey Banks have only $3,046,958
circulation—an excess of capital over circulation of
S707,94 ; -2. With great deference to our Wall street
financiers thi* hardly shows our banks unsafe.
But why did not this financial critic print the full
returns of the Jersey banks? That return shows
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7,158,097, while
Is tJ, 's
Il may be said tha
t^c balance due from other bank
We do nor »ee why—but if it is, we have
understood that a safe banking business i
done to an amount much greater than that ot <
tal and deposits. How many business men
business no larger than their capital?
ght be
Baluxork , February 17.
New York Markt Is. —At New York to-day
Cotton declined oue-fourth cent. Mi Idling Orleans
brought 12 7-8. Flour advanced one-eighth.
Congressional. — The House to day was en
gaged in discussing the River and Harbor Bill.
In the Senate no business of any importance was
Foreign Markets .—By the Africa we learn that
the sales of Colton, for the fortnight previous to
the departure of the steamer, amounted to 50,000
bales. The total stock amounted to 151,000 bales.
Business in the manufacturing districts was dull.
Naw York . February 17.
IMore of the Foreign Markets —Brown Ac: Ship
ley's Circular K-tys that Cotton has declined fully
one quarter. Business at Manchester i\as «lull,
and good's and yarns had experienced a décline.
Barings' Circular quotes Coffee at prices two shil
lings lower. Sugar was steady.
The Baltic. —The Baltic made her last fassage
in ten days aud eight hours.
ll.vLTiMORK, Fobruary IS.
Arrival of the Crescent City. —The steamer
Crescent City has arrived at New York, from
Chagres, bringing two hundred and eighteen pas
sengers. [ Evening Picayune.
Fatal Rencounter .—The follow
which we lind in the Frankfort (Ky )
wealth, gives the particulars of a most horrible
tragedy :
Owkntown , February 9,1851.
The vicinity of Owentown was last night the
scene of a most bloody and fatal trag» dy. Abner
listes, and his brother-in-law, H. iî. listes, living
near neighbors, had quarreled, and last night about
dark the former walked over to the residence of the
latter and announced that he had come to eifect an
amicabfe settlement of their difficulty. II. Ii.
Estes expressed his entire willingness, and invited
Abner into the yard. So soon as he entered, how
ver, he made hostile demonstrations, and advanced !
rapidly upon H. B. Estfs. Iiraudisliing a large knife, i
stepping into his door, seized his rille,
gun warning a cap failed to Hre. A brief strngg'e
ensued between the parties over the gun, but H.
B. Estes succeeded in keeping it, and ejected his
assailant from the house. Abner approached the
house from an opposite door, and was fired at by
his antagonist, but it did not retard the rapid ad
vance of Abner ; he then drew from his pocket a
six-barrel revolver, and fired twice. Abner Estes
still advanced upon his adversary, and seizing him
with the desperation of frenzy he buried his knife
deep in his abdomen, lacerating the viscera and in
dicting a frightful and fatal wound. The assassin,
when he had done the deed, bounded off into the
darkness, and it was supposed lie had escaped un
hurt He was found next morning, however, in
an adjacent field, dead !
The writer has just returned from the scene of
blood. The spectacle beggars description. In an
open field, distant fifty yards from the place of com
bat, cold in death, lay the giant form of one of the
combatants, clotted with gore, the three balls hav
ing taken deadly effect—the " pitiless storm"
pouring down upon him in torrents, his death
dealing knife by his side, and his eyes strained to
their utmost tension, still glassy with rage. II. li.
Estes is dying at the time of writing. A trageJy
so sudden, so bloody and fatal, has app alled the
whole community. They have both left wives and
children to mourn their loss. Abner Estes was a
man of abandoned habits. H. B. Kstes was a quiet,
unobtrusive man, and a good citizen.
Comparative Value of American and Eng
lish Iron .—An English rail weighs sixty pounds
to the yard, and it takes U4 tons to the mile, which
at &-10 is $3,760. The American bar weighs 30
pounds to the yard, aud requires 78 tons to the
mile, at a cost of $3,744. The American iron is
far superior to the English, as is admitted by all
practicul engineers.
Propo^ld Courtesy .—The citizens of Buffalo,
N. Y., intend to give, on tho 21st, a grand ball to
Sir Henry Dalrymple, and the ofticers of the 71st
British lle^.ment, in Canada, for the civilities ex
tended to then at Toronto, in August last.
The Charleston Mercury states that Maretzek's
Opera Company has been engaged to perform
eight nights in that city.
Mr. Murdoch is playing a very successful en
gagement at the Baltimore Museum.
Washington , February 11.
Senate .—After the presentation of numerous
petitions and memorials, Mr. Soulô moved that
2500 additional copies of the report recently com
municatcd by the War Department upon deepen
ing the mouth of the Mississippi river, be printed,
and the motion was agreed to.
Mr. Douglas presented the memorial of the
mayor, end corporate authorities of Washington,
iu favor of a line of steamers to Africa.
A resolution, offered by Mr. Seward, directing
an inquiry into the propriety of reducing the stan
dard of small cil ver coin, was agreed to.
The bill from the House, making appropriations
to supply deficiencies in the appropriations for the
year 1851, was taken up and passed.
The Senate to k up the bill granting ten mil
lions of acres of public lands to the several States
of the Union, for the benefit of the indigent insane,
and after debate, the bill was ordered to be en
grossed for a third reading. Adjourned.
House —Mr. Evans, of Maryland, asked but
did not obtain leave, to introduce a bill to repeal so
much of the act of last session as provides for an
extension of the Capitol, and makes an appropria
tion in part for that purpose.
The bill to establish a Board of Accounts was
taken up, the question being on agreeing to the
substitute reported from the Committee of the
Whole on the State of the Union—permitting per
sons aggrieved with the decisions of the Executive
Departments to sue the United States in the
Courts by bills in equity ; aud the question was
decided in the negative—yeas 85, nays 100.
The question was now stated on ordering to a
third reading the bill exactly as it came from the
Senate: providing for a Board of three Commis
sioners to adjudicate claims referred to them, ap
pointing an Attorney for the United States, clerks,
messenger, etc.
The bill was then rejee'ed by yeas, 99 nays 107.
A motion wai made to reconsider the vote just
taken, and to lay that motion on the table. It was
disagreed to—yeas 94, nays 95.
The question was stated on the motion to
Mr. Inge moved to postpone the further consid
eration of the subject until to-rnorrow, but the
motion did not prevail—yeas 69, nays 92.
The vote by which the bill was rejected was
reconsidered—yeas 102, nays 91.
Mr. Duer moved to reconsider the vote by which
the bill was ordered to be engrossed for a third
reading, and on motion of Mr. Inge this motion
was laid upon the table—yeas 92, nays 91.
The question recurred on the passage of the
bill, when, on motion of Mr. Inge, it was laid on
the table—yeas 100, nays 96. A-Jjourned.
The Louisville Courier has received by telegraph
the proceedings of Congress on the 12th, one day
later than has reached us by mail.
VVa -iunoton , Feb. 12.
Senate —A resolution providing for the Senate
to meet hereafter at 11 a m., was adopted.
The bill granting land lor the ttipporf of the in
digent and insane was passed.
Mr. Shields called up the joint resolution author
iizng ttie President to confer the additional title of
Lt. General in the army, for eminent services, by
brevbt only.
Mr. At-bison move d to lay it on the table—lost.
A long debate ensued, when finally the resolu
tion was ordered to be engrossed for a third reading.
The Senate then adjourned.
House .—Mr. McWillie propoml to make a re
port from the Committee on Public Printing for the
relief of Thomas Ritchie.
Mr. Burt raised a point of order that the report
could not be made, it not being a privileged ques
The Chair decided the report to lis in order.
Mr. Hurt appealed from this decision.
Mr. McLean moved to lay the appeal on the
table—agreed to.
The j int resolution proposes to relieve Win. M.
B dl from bis contract, thereby relieving Thomas
Ritchie, and allowing him half the price allowed by
the joint resolution ol 1819 for the Congressional
printing. j
1 he resolution was read twice.
Mr. McV. jllie remarked that it v*a h the unaiii- j
raous report of the Printing Committee.
Mr. Orr warmly opposed the rt.- ,lution, contend- I
ing that it did not appear that he hail lojt, but had
made money by departing from the contract.
Alter a lengthy debate on the resolution to re
lieve Thon. Ritchie, Mr. Crowell moved to amend
Mr. Burt's instructions, so as to relieve the former
printers, Wendell and Vanhentl uysen,on thesame
terms as those proposed in the resolution.
Mr. Marshall opposed ilie resolution of the Com
mittee, and, without concluding his remarks, gave
way to Mr. Crowell, on whose motion the House
Murder and Koubery.—-A correspondent of
the Madison County (111.) Record, says that on the
25th ult., some butchers from St. Louis, while
passing through the timber north of the residence
of the lale Ames Hill, at the Monk Mounds, dis
covered the dead body of a man lying in an unfre
quented place, and difficult of access. Tin
ceased was well dressed, and had been dead some
two weeks. It is supposed that lie had been decoyed
there for the purpose of robbing and murdering
him, or that his body had been taken there for con
,re "
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! a fashion of h:
The Imprisoned American at Havana—A
letter from Ilavanu, of the 3d instant, states that
the American citizen, Edward Stifl', whom we
have "before mentioned, has been sentenced to ^ix
years iri the " chain gang," for having been found
drunk in the street, urmed with a revolver and
bowie-knife. He has represented himself as being
from Washington and Baliiraore.and the letter sayt:
"He seems to be intelligent, and possesses a con
siderable fund of information upon all mailers of
business, and, withal, so groat a want of prudence,
that at times iid appears deranged and unable to
make application of it to his own affairs. If he
has family and friends in the United States, they
may be fble to relieve hirn, through the influence
of the Spanish Minister at Washington, especially
if he has been liable to derangement of intellect
from other cau-es than intemperance."
Willis, the pantalette connoisseur, shirt-collar
oracle, and critic de chemise, announces that there
is soon to he a new style of gentlemen's hats. He
bojdly intimates that Reebe, a llroadway hatter,
will introduce at the World's Fair, next summer,
with no right-angle.*. The crown
i i a to lie " rotmderl oil " like the .Mid uf
and Hogarth'
l pumpK
•f beauty preservi d throughout.
Willis thinks, is destined to do
away with the prevailing order of liais —which he
calls the " segment of a stovepipe" style. Verily,
we have fallen upon strange times, [Hartfcrd
Arrivals from Europe.—A New York letter,
of 10th instant, cays :
"There are about thirty square-rigged vessels
groping their way up the bay, iri the fog, this af
ternoon, among theru the packet ship Indepencence,
sixty-three days from Liverpool, and the packet
Baltimore, from Havre. A French brig is alvo re
ported from Marseilles, afcer a voyage, of three
months. Almost every vessel that now nrrives from
Europe, reports falling in with great fields of ice.
Fully Accounted for at Last .—They have
had a terrible cold snap of weather recently in Bos
ton, und the wag of the Post accounts for it by
supposing that Sir John Franklin, ingoing through
the Northwest passage, forgot to shut the front door
Qfter him !
A bill has passed the Illinois House of Represen
tatives, which prohibits the sale of intoxicating
liquors in quantities less than a quart, unless sold by
druggists and physicians in good faith, for mechani
cal, medicinal, or sacramental purposes. If sold to
an adult, the fine is twenty-five dollars for every
breach of the law, and if to a minor under the age
of eighteen years, the penalty is not less than fifty
dollars, nor more than one hundred dollars. The
act also repeals all former laws upon the subject,
and completely destroys the license system. Ac
tion has yet to be taken on it in the Senate.
A resolution passed the Board of Aldermen
in favoor of granting a donation of £100 to
John Haab, to pay lor an artificial jaw. lt appears
from the petition of Haab, that he was with the
United States forces in Mexico, and at the storm
ing of Chapultepec, where a portion of his lower
jaw was carried away by a shot. A dentist it ap
pears has agreed to supply its place for $-100, f N.
Y. Post.
The ball given at NewYork, by the lire depart
ment, in aid of the widow and orphan fund
yielded the handsome sum of $3200.
By a recent act of Parliament, the English gov
ernment has made itself responsible for all moueys
paid into the savings banks by depositors.
A letter from Havana in the New York Tribune
says :
On the morning of the 28th, at three o'clock,
the bark Oregon, Thompson, from F
ciocK as >
Knr»\- p !
tant some 20 miles, the atte
the ship and ihe watob on d-ck, «» altracled by a
the coast of Cuba, and dis
le attention of the officers of >
r \
singular noise near the ship in the water, not seem
ingly the voice of a human being in distress, but
which led to examination of the surface as far as
the eye could reach, without ascertaining any ob
ject floating upon it. The ship passed on its way |
a half mile or more, when the Captain, impressed
with the sentiment that life was at hiizard, or
dered the ship about. The singular sound was
again heard, the boat was lowered, and a life
was saved. James Thompson, a Prussian by
birth, after having obtained strength to give utter
ance to words, reported " that he fell overboard
from the «hip Ocean Star, bound from New Or
leans to Boston, at six o'clock the previous even
ing, that he fell through the head, and the vessel
passed over him, and he presumes that it was not
observed on board in time to render him assistance.
He remained six hours without anything to aid in
sustaining himself, as he thinks, b"t some three
hours hefoie he was picked up tL. the Provi
dern e of Captain Thompson, he k ck floating
board of some three feet in length and one foot in
width, which buoyed him up, ai ' enabled him to
rest. Immense !
The First and Last Fatal jel in Illi
nois .—In the year 1820 a duel was fought in
Belleville, St. Clair county, between Alphonso
Stewart and Win. Bennett. The second.? had
made it up to be a sham duel ; Stewart, one of the
parties, was supposed to be in the secret, but Ben
nett, his adversary, believed it to be a reality.. It
is supposed that Bennett somewhat suspected a
trick, and after receiving his gun from his second,
rolled a ball into it. At the vv rd fire, Stewart fell
mortally wounded. Bennett was indicted, tried,
and convicted for murder. A great effort was
made to procure him a pardon, but Gov. Bond
would yield to no entreaties, and Bennett suffered
the extreme penalty of the law, by hanging, in
the presence of a great multitude of people.
This was the first and last duel which has ever
been fought in the State by any of its citizens.
The hanging of Bennett made duelling discredita
ble and unpopular, and laid the foundation of that
abborence of the practice, which has been felt and
expressed by the people of Illinois.
Guatemala and San Salvador .—The pres
ent position of affairs in these States, and the atti
tude assumed by the agent of Great Britain, ren
ders any information in regard to them highly in
teresting. lt appears that our Government is be
coming conscious of the importance ol looking out
for her interests in Central America. The New
York Tribune of the 11th says : " We last night
received intelligence from Washington, which in
dicates that the Administration is fully awake to
the present interesting p< sture of Central Ameri
can affairs. The Chevalier Gomez, late Lmvoy to
Borne, from the States of Guatemala and San Sal
vador, is now in Washington. In accordance with
the desire of the Administration, as our corres
pondent intimates, he has assumed, provisionally,
the duties of Chargé for those States, and has ad
drefsed a long letter to Mr. Webster in reference
to the present condition and relations of the Cen
tral American States. Mr. Webster has replied
in a letter, expressing the views of our Govern
ment on the subject. The Chevalier Gomez,'cur
correspondent adds, has been treated with marked
attention, both by the Secretary of State and by
Sir Henry Bulvver.*'
U. S. Government Pensioners .—The Com
missioner ot Pensions informs Congress, that up
to the 1st December, there were upon the rolls the
following number of classes, each drawing the
Invalid I'c
• 4J.6»7 13
2X7J 00
84.0JO 00
4.074 0U
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The Author of " Euthanasy,"Martïrïa.
'] his eloquent and original writer is now the pastor
of a congregai ion in Gloucester, Mass. The News
contains the account of a lecture recently delivered
by him in that town. We regret that the book
sellers here do not order his books. No one can
read them without improvement :
Rcc. .Mr. ■Mtruntf<rrd.—T\i\& talented and distinguished
clergjman le, Iu.mI 10 onr Lyceum, Wednesday evtidng, on
the Aon Innen, liic subject, ulways interesting, was ren
dered doubly to by ilu masterly style 111 which it was ireatt-d,
by the or.ginahty and elonueit philosophy of the lecturer,
t, habus, religion.
He fcketcbed the
character of the bo d Sr
. Jdin, F.„ 0
V alhalla , V 'kit
Si^uid. or the beauty ol Alfnilda.
j Ljnls oe Steameiis .—The Senate Naval Com
j raittee have reported that there is no lime, in the
short period lefi ol the present sessiuu of Congress,
to examine the merits of any new lines of stram
communication now contemi lated. And further,
in answer to the memorial of Mr. Collins, demand
ing increased compensation, that there is a v
of time to examine the merits of the quest on. The
whole subject, therefore, will have to go over to the
the next session of Congress.
The Congressional I'kintin<j .—The whole
number of documents ordered to be bound, from
the commencement of the present Congress to this
date— that is, including the whole of the last long
.-ession, and the expired portion of the present, in
eluding also, ail thai has been done, and all that
remains to be done—amounts together to—Hon
235,000 volumes; Senate, 6u,000 volumes. .Total,
323.000 volumes.
The River and the Weather .—TheLouii
ville Courier of the 13 h says: "Last evening
there were 8 feet water iu tl.e canal. During the
previous 24 hours the river receded 6 inches,
weather yesterday was clear aud cool... .The
packet Blue Wing No. 2 reported the Kentucky
river rising slowly Tuesday night. The river at
Cincinnati had fallen 8 inches since last report."
Hospital at Havana .—A large number of
Americans, sojourning at Havana, have addressed
a memorial to Congress, urging the ereation of a
hospital there for American seamen. Ab jut ten
thousand American seamen, they say, enter the
port of Havana annuully.
Niagara Suspension Bridge The Toronto
Patriot says the bridge between Lewiston, New
York and Queenstown, in Canada, near the Falls of
Niagara, was so far completed on Tuesday last, that
the engineer had a large number of people crossed
to the American side, when, upon reaching terra
fir-ma, they were enthusiastically received by the
spectators who had assembled. The bridge is the
largest structure of its kind in the United States.
The Courrier des Etats-Unis gives currency to a
rumor, that Salvi has received a better engagement
than that offered by Mr. Barnuin. It is said that
he has been offered $40,000 for a series of perform
ances during the great fair in London.
Benefits of Cheap Postage .—The gross
revenue of the British Post-office for the year end
ing January C), 1859, was £2,213,149 ; the cost of
management, X 1,307,248; the net revenue, CS40,
787. The number of money orders issued, was
4,248,891. The number of letters transmitted, be
tween three and 400,000.000!
According to the minutes of the American Bible
Society Convention, there are at this time about
1,100,000 members connected with what are denom
inated evangelical churches in the Southern or
slaveholding States, which is about one-tenth of
the population.
A Senator in the Obio Legislature, has proposed
that a printing ollice be established in the Peniten
tiary, and that the convicts be employed to do the
State printing. Tar and feathers is a good remedy
for the malady that Senator is laboring under.
New York Senator .—A bill has been intro
duced into the New York Legislature, fixing the
fourth Tuesday in February for an election of a
United States Senator.
The Baltimore Sun states that Martin Van Buren
declines going to the World's Fair, as the delegate
of the New York Agricultural Society»
The Albany Regis'er publishes a plan for carry,
ing railroad trains across the river at that place,
without a bridge, tunnel, or a ferry. A railroad
track i* to be laid on the bottom of the river, and
for this are to be constructed trucks with wheels,
on lheM Iru , ks> and tl.ua carried ov
i* . ir
iiaviHi? buihuiom» uiuiu^ter to bring the piriform to
the surface of the water. The cars are tobe run
The Editor deserves a leather rr.e
liant id» a.
Thompson, the aboltii >nis;, and British M. P.,
on the twentieth birth-day of the Boston Liberator,
January 20ih, presented Lloyd Garrison, in Boston,
with a gold watch, in commemoration of Mr. Gar
rison's zeal, ability, etc.
The library of the State of New York contains
more than 23.000 volumes, over 10,000 of which
are law books, very many of them of great value.
The estimated worth of the collection is over
There were the following amounts of insurance
effected upon the steamer America, (lost off Cape
Hatieras, on the 30ih ult.,) previous to her lea vine
Philadelphia for Mobile, to fake her station on
Lake Puiitchartrain—£4000 in New York, $8C00
iu Philadelphia, and $33 000 in different offices in
New Orleans. Total, $45,000.
The census of the State of North Carolina has
been fully ascertained, with the exception of the
county ot Meek enburg; and, assuming the num
ber in that county fo be 14,000, the total population
o! the State is 870,687, of which 288,000 are slaves.
The increase in the entire population since 1840 is
117,268, of which increase about 43,000 is of the
slave population.
Tiie Stock Market the True Barometer.
When Gen. Changarnier learned that the funds
had risen on the rumor of his dismissal, he turned
yule. And well he might, for the money power is
the great ruler of the age—the regulator of the
80cis 1 machinery. The Bourse and Change declare
war or pcace. The money chest is the heart of the
The City Dead .— Mr. E. S. Youmans pre
sented a bill to the Council recently, for coffins
furnished at the expense of the city, from the 1st to
the 25th of November, which amounted to $4000.
[Sacramento (Cal.) Transcript.
Homestead Exemption .—The Rhode Island
Legislature have passed to its third reading, a
bill exempting homesteads from attachment and
sale for debt, to the value of $800.
Fire at Niagara Falls .—The bath-houpe
near the horse shoe fall, on the Canadian side,
was lately burned up. lt had been closed several
years, and cost $12.000.
The sum of $2619 was received for the Wash
ngton monument in the month of January, mainly
from Odd Fellows, Masons and Sons of Temper
The Governor of Texas has appointed the first
Thursday ia March next, a day of general thanks
•The princi
The School Fund of Indiana
pal of this fund is SI,600,215, and the interest
$125,612. This is the amount for 72counties; the j
o her 18, it is thought, will increase it three fifths. •
The survivors of the Massachusetts regiment, '
, ï-,-*.
who served 111 the Mexican war, are to visit î^ew »
\ork, and join in the celebration of the 22d. |
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J he editor of the ISew York Tribune has re- ?
ceiv t J a potato from Oregon, weighing 3» pouid,.}
lie calls it the king of the tribe. \
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Miss Catherine Hay- ■ - '
drbut at Rom«, i«
has mads a triumphant !
■ii! '
r «-T.
Lead .—The Dubuque Tribune says Mr.Le
that city, with a force of six hand:*, 011 the 23J
ultimo, raised 126,605 pounds #f had mineial, va- j
lued at something over three thousand dollars. I
This is better than going to California. !
_ ? 0mg
New Notary in Lafayette.—-Mi
Iloir, well known to the lawyers of th
clerk in the Courts of the United Slate
Notary in Lafayette.
Education in New Jersf.v — In 1S45, the
amount raised was $54,632. In 1818, tho sura was
$101,767. The number of scholars in 1845 wad
41,752; in '48^6,406.
We learn that Miss Shepherd, of Holmes coun
ty, Miss., who was lately shot by Tate, is rapidly
recoverhi g fro m «he effects of the wound.
Type petting is said to be beneficial to a nervous
man, because he can compose himself at it.
The Ravels are doin^ a splendid business in
Q. A. j
A true lover knows the falsehood of the Greek
adage, that " i,o one loves another better than himself."
There are seven thousand votes in the town of
Sacramento, California.
The new cotton mill at Cannelton, Tnd., has
{tone into operat on. It employs about one hundred opera
The Spanish Mail Steamer Caledonia, twenty
four day t'oin t'adiz, arrived at Unvuna on the 1st inst- with
oue hundred aud seventy passengers.
Never be angry with your neighbor because his
d itier from yours; for all the branches of a
I do D
i the s
Philopiena signifies
ship's li-rfeii." h is a Greek and Latin compound, aud is
literally n terpreted, " Hove the penality,"
The Ocean Steam Navigation Company, recently
incorporated at Ro'terdam, are expected to dispatch their
hrtt propeller to New York in May next.
The imperial library, founded at St. Petersburg!!
by Catharine IJ. . liai been thrown open to the public by
,ins äCj.-hJJ volumes, and
15,471 ii
m, N.
orge Peckham, a respectable citizen of Madi
Yoik. hnnir Irmself from a beam iu bis barn, in 'he
here,fifteen years before, a former husband of
*a have passed a Jaw for
ï who may hereafter settie in
re i.re al owed to remain, but
Ins wife comuiitt- d su ciil'e
The Legislature of lo\
the removal of all fee r.egroe
that State. Tbo e a re i.lv tin
not to aciiuirc any additional n
Gen. Houston recently srated, in a public lec
tute, that th rly thousand emigrants entered the State or
Tex is, across the gabine, in the course of last year, aud that
during the present ye ir the numbers would be doubled.
The Cincinnati Gazette states that the report
th at ron.e unknown i enoa had left at North Bend a sp en'lid
tuuib lor tiie late Gen. Harrison, is without the leaat luunda
1 here were lour hundred and twenty-five deaths
in the city of New Yoik last week—in increase o< ninety
nine over the previous week. Of this number, sixty-eight
wire t»y consumption, and seventeen by «mall-pox,
A late traveller among the Ionian Isles says the
first ihmg lie met at Athens was a Greek eirl selling Morri
" Had ï lie pyramids thrown souierseU, be would
not have been more astonished.
liorenzo Dow once said of a grasping, avaricious
farmer, Hiat if he had the whole world inclosed in a single
side I r w ." l , ) not ,,e 8a " bt * le d w.thout a pa cb on theout
" Pa, ' saiil a little fallow the other day, "wasn't
Job an editor ?" •• Why, Sammy ?" •« Because the Bible
says he bad much tiowb'.e, and was a man ot sorrow all t«.e
days of bis life."
tor fourteen days previous to the 13th of De
cember, London was enveloped in coin: a-a ive r'arkne-s.hy a
dense fog, which . Mended far into the country. Business
wna serinu ly impeded by it at Leeds and even so far North
as Ma cow, it was difficult to wa:k the strce.s without seri
ous uanger ol personal collision or iujury.
An irHercsting publication is announced hv an
association ot scientific men in Holland and the East Indies
u peno licallroUise on auUieHs of natural lii»:ory, in con
lie u on with the Dutch East Indira. The number of
periodicals relating to the East aie on ilie iiicrea* in Hoi
We clip the following from one of our California
exchanges; " The Cholera has appeared among the Indi;
who bave a singular mode of treKtment, lor this due;
ï ben thefeubjec*. is taken, several uf them carry him dow
leaving him there until hi
bear it no loi
the »
The ü
From documents relative to the wars of the Scot
tish Covenanter« in the aeventecih century, it appe rt thtt
heir colors, anil wore the
they assumed blue ribbons rs
scarfs, or in bundles fastened t
the border English nick nana-.
" .lockiea." Hence the phrase.
I the I
[Notes and ft
The total shipments of port wine during the pasi
year, as appears from ihe cmt un hoiue return juit received
liom Uporio, amounted to 37.487 pipes ; of which were ex,
. «25,4vi0 pipes; to other parts of Eu.
; tof ta 4 r 8).ts Bri.zil, 'J,7 j ; and tooth<i
p irti ot^ibe wor d, 2.Ï49, "fKi
pjpes to Great Brun n, und of l.OUi pi|
To Brazil there has been adeci
. theCuitedbtatts.
of pipes.
" I never," says Pope, " could ^i»eak in public
And 1 don't believe, if it was a set thiug, 1 could give an at
count ot any story to twelve friends togetner, tbou -h 1 conk
t»ll it toany three ot them with great p'ea*ure. When 1 a|i
pc.ired toe tiie Bishop of Rocheiter, oa bis trial, though I
bad but ten words to say, and oi a p'ain point, (how
Bishop snent hl» time when I was at Bromley) I made . .. .
or three blunders in it uolwithstanding tha row of ords.w hioh
wm all! eouidsee, were mo.t'y of m/ av'i'iaißtuage,"
r* A. TYLER ha* on hand and n constantly rec^vlBS
PMAJO VOR TES, from the ^uyJ y
Davis & Co. Bo«ton; John B. l)anham!fW^^^^^!|
l> viil Van Winkle, A. Ii. tiaie & Co. ami J I « J O
Jia. II. Grove*ticn, New Yort; a!.»o P ley tl'i PjuriV P14 vos.
lersrevived for th* HORST'S PATENT IEON PIA
to Ii« delivered in turn ai Imn aa r9ce.ven (Vom the
NOS. „
factory. These Pianos are decidedly the b><st Pi;
, particularly for the coantry, where Tnnrrt
which can be r»m
tion between the 1'
br had. i
: md longer and ii
e Piano« have an in
tmw ^n the Piano ar.d case..Superior Ê mû T AB H .
joiner Musical lr^Uruments, constantly on hand and
e JE for sale at low price«. SHEET MUSIC fur Pian*.
& E?C*l/s, u > ar ',, F,ut ®> Btc - Alao INSTRUCTION
BOOK S foi all musical iaauamewta. tSP* A Lib
eral Discount to Dealers, Teachers and all those »ending largi
orders— AH orders promptly attended to. mh£i
Ml'SIC A>D >11 HICAL I .\tsTlt L M KM TH.— The
subscribers would respectfully request your
aitcntion U> their large and extensive stock of Ma.
sio und Mu.icai Merchandise of every description ; SPKfl?
Fortes, from the factories of th.* firs; makers in the nfi®
Un red Slates and Euro;»
Suiiiss for Violin, Con
etu. Ouifir Pin., l'«i. :
•S. B
Harp, Violincello, Doable Bass,
êws. etc..
■lions. Brass instruments
ns. etc. etc.
, Corks, etc etc. and
UU03, Drams. e*i
'uted wiihtheMuL
r Music and Musical h.suuments will be promptly
A libérai discount made te dea!<
attended t
professors, and to
Second Hand Pianos bought, and taken in part payment
r n^w ones.
AN tiie new Music received from the North as soon as pub
The entire Mr ic Department will be under the charge ol
— ' " t. 25.
Mr. H. D. Hi
o25 dtf&W4t
Orleans, La
Jd. ArtOKltHO*, No. 17 St. Chnrl
. Wr ' " -
al Apparatus ma'iie to order
30-hoTir I 'hronometerB alternd
•'.£» street. /*~v
. and Nautical In:tru- *
Philosophical and Eleo- trtti
aired. ig x rH
56 hortn. s25 ly
Mil. MEYER, No. 1UUC*.ipi'j8_..
. maker and defi'er in JEWELRY, COLD
All Jewelry artiule* repaired at moderate u
1- r—v
Fine watches, jewelry, silver
ware , etc. -YUt'KU A <'0, No. 8 Camp street,
hare at all urne» un naiiJ a cuiniit«!« a»»',n.i»enl of arti
in -lie atoTO mcmion-1 lii.e. W*TC11 £S of -.he be*: fc
hat) (na,iulac(urcm, in Gi-1'1 ami 8ilver. bfintine ar.il c
id Duplex E>ca peinants, full
weleil.f'ull pinte an 1 three-qua: lei« pi;
I aitec. Genera Wat:he*, plain, en
je« »et With Diam jnd»—all o.' wticli
1.1 quali y.
Ladies' CHAINS or tt
Gentlemen*« Guard, Fo!
U-. d Pens, in (Fold and 8ilT*r
Signet Ring», other Stone £
Gr,\' an.1 Silver Thimbles, S;i
bllvth-ware, wa rented
patterns, consisting of T .c/.e a
B r oons • Tdlile tnd De»»ert f
Bu/ar Tongs.
PLAThID WARfi, côn »um
Mniit»l CLOCKS, of I ia.-k,
Fine English Ollice Clook», »1
st CHA1N8.
id 8t
gs. Wedding Rinrs, rlaiQ Gold
», Collar and 8!ee»iJ Battens.
' "t e k "o e° te n, ' mu » ml '^Jd ^Sait
t»; Soup Ladles, flatter Kuives,
ol Castor«, Candlutielu, etc.
iite and gray Marl le.
Ii Sten Winding Chain«.
i:mg the city are res|-«ctfolIy in
er.ire purch t.mg eisewnere,r.s the
rs, Wb(
O/Hcc IV«
110 St. Cliarles street,
:i Pajdtas street and Lafayette Squa
! TEETH wi.i bo perlji
Y\ T cwry f m"nner* ° n
^p^.r vnTtnv ti , r- . 1 • u
i 1 bN 1 AIj iSU 1 lCfcj—1 he Copartnership hore
M ,)P . l 3 lF r U ïïr &
tvNAPF is «Unsolved Uv liraitatiun. /
» F. 11. & C. 8. Knapp and I. Chandler,\
| mon «frw " 8 c«^erC'lart_.
i . J. S. Knapp may be consulted at his new office and reei
? dem-e, No. 10 Bar mne street, near Cunut.
\ ol tunely and juüijmod * treatmeut They are a!su prepared
1 to 11.sert Artificial Teeth accenting to the lates' improvement!
' h. U« at, ehluvfiweaed.br R,H»ph«fo imwin
■eth e\tracte«l withe
Artificial^ Teeth
d without pain, u
Lethoon, wi:h perfect
tlie.«e articles in nearly luur ti ouhai
v. ■) "r y to tne pstlent.
H. KMAPI®, D entai, 6urue
... y luquiri
1er the influenae of Ohio
al'ety, they hating utoi
Id mh3rxIatVVly
& ^
j „„«th. pÄliTöf hlJ ,Zfiïïïo?ïi
I m » b K W 104 0^mSon" l Jtieet or
! ruin, of the St. oWrles llo-el ' 1
tip" All operations warranted satisfactory.
pposite the
fel 3m
j "p H. BADGER, Dentist , of Ten
A »merly of Alabama aud Georgia, No. 1 °3 Ji
f twecn t .'amp and St. Char.ea streets, ( Thirteei
NewOrleans. nP> 7m
WhoW... and Ret.
F re «h Vaccine Mail, r, d
Price ^er quill $1. Vucc
Bt9 .No 110 I'oydrai s-reet
Button, always on hand.
— I
ÜR. .). S. COPES, 444 Magazine street, second !
dooraboveEdwardgiwh d'3 ly I
nj^AYLOR, Du. 15. F., (late of Memphis) OtRce
AjSl ï anal Btreet. iH7 8m os*
•. FENNEll devotes particu
to the treatment of DISEASES $'
OF Til 15 EVE, Otficc, 163 Giavitrstreet
polite the Varieties. dä 6m
Botanic mu<; stuuk. _v,>. »h cump street,
conducted by Dr. A. A. JONES. mhtl ly
eily for all Riseasen i»e
infallible „ _
e EYE. Ophthalmia, of fii .
U^weeks ; the Tenr in the Eye,
sight ï
— —, ea spt._
N5 years, by using only one drop, was enabled to read the
newspaper without them by candlelight 9 hau» after. In
ilammalion of 3 days curtd by one single drop. It gives a
of -J years, cured in lü wet-ka;
being stone blind, for 8 months, v
ght of o
tsr j
20ft Vi
ml ai-n
gthens the
lara, please to i
IST Infor
înor. that I I
te hundred i
folitary oue,
lent of the
icipaiily. Office hoi
For further par'ii
ailv D elta."
: i'm lie —I do cert
»«i frkilful
med. f
being c
uiven under i
length of lime
nts, ami have not I- st
linen under the treat
i the city aud country
day and dale.
edy which
isulled for
ilemplated the
,z t e a card II
_■<! of n
il h des
ut iny in
Thon I read in the Louinuna Slate
Dr. Fryer, F'enohmen sireet. No. 31,
ï cured every speuies of Dropsy, and this in a
A s I was situated then, a man would grasp
y men' so' cure, and fo I turn..I to Dr .Fryer,
id in hu preceding card, be has truly p.rfcrmed.
auf ti me 1 was cured, so that now I am well
. . good health, and, therefore, earnestly would
mend Dr Fryer to all my lormer fellow-sutlerora.
rttna, uear NewOrleam, Janunry 17, 18H.
ostl •• B ernard M unch."
1 REMOVAL—Joh.v Williams , Cotton Fai
k» and Commission Merchant, has removed to 87 Gr."
Veranda Hotel, where he will bu happy t
sa rp, Dentist, has
mni'in street, corner of
idence. No. 10 Baronne
R 1
•ton Uaihoad Company has been r
J oseph 11. P almer m C o . have
noved from 56 Gravier street to No. 47Camp s'reet.
T> KMOVA L-Incons qi
AV old fcjtabl'.bed stand for
Work has been remove»! from under the Rev! T. Cla
< hurcJi to No. -1 I'k am do Si rkkt , nearly opposite tin
Charles Theatre, where customers and th.- public fan I»j
Pl:ed with Carts, Drays. Ox Wheel« an i B;ir
Ex ore*, Baggage and I'lantation Wagons, ami
in ihe line for city or plantation use, at low prii
approved city accep*
Jel t
DAVID G. WILSON. 24 Penlido st.
^JIGAHS—250,000 assorted brands and qualities,
fcl8° r t! e W, ARTHUR & CO. 5» and ^ Uve«,
MR. P. CLISSE Y respectfully iaforms the ladits
ar.d Gentlemen of NevOrleans that hi* Danciuf
Academy »III U opened en MONDAY ne*t, Nor.
J«[l No - 6 Cirondeletstreer, betveen Cenmoi
W^ljMpC.inal ttreet«, where he will teach «I. the
fculdonable Dance« now iu *o?ue, «ach ** the folic «.uf
French Quadrilles,
V aise a Deuz Temps, Polka a Mawvrkd«
Vaine a Trois Temps, German Polka Waltz,
Polka du Salon, La Redmea,
The Scottish Polka.
Mr. C. will teach these fashionable Dance« to ladiei tnd gentle
ten in a conrse of fifteen lessons.
IUr Prirate Classes for Indies and gentlemen frsm • till 3 o'clock
very day.
tiy* Class for Children from 3 o'clock till dark on MONDAYS
tC>- Utas« for ganttanei. from half-past 6 till 10, erery night.
NewOrkan», Nor 3, IHgO. rtSmoilmW
nupnetfnl'jr inform the ladii
w"on HVDA 1 ?* c'*"" ' "
t'fue 41 or of Ti
HT PriTa'.e < '-la».'. -» for Ladies, *mm 9
fcjr* 1 ;1 sm tor Ch .'lr«i fro;n 3 Ud •!«
t*r Claw for Gentlemen and Yoothi
nil e
enable Dai
rum«, - a _
l'c'och, trmzy day.
7 until 10 o'clock in
t week.
» rircrs ror inree montn« .....$15 00
scrtler« lor one month $6 00
.nd Partie«, it having been
i 'he Hal
. Mr.
k, X. J. SA DDLKK. Y Warehouse.
0Ui.L ft CO. No. 15 C jimu
leans, '-«tween ("amp and
J ' ipcrter» of
idlery 1
. Cri. les, Mi
lodlery «
Urge and couipiete _
iügale», Trnrili», Whip
isnin'. Saddlers' Toufi
15 Canal street
- ~ 8i « k of the Golden Horse Head,
where the large Hone stand« in
the r.oor— Ni " ""
Canal »treet.
Mann facte:
-- lU j fK8# VVHJP8. Leather of all kinds.
... rnrnnnm. irawiteivmii. ivmh »m. m ~
cock PLws.
d ïir.dinK« Hir the Trade. Plated Saililiery Ware, Cosa
SisKpftheColden Horse Head,
rhere the larte Horse stands i
the <'.oor—No. 6 Mac aune, net
Canal »treet.
......... acte rers r.nil Importers of SAL)
an i Finding for the Trade. Plated Saddlery Wl
and Harness Furniture. Wkteibarroxct, Carey and Pea'
Military Goods,
In errat variety, tofether with Military
Findings. Trimmincs, etc., aa Cloth«. Cas-I
nimerei. Ilattons, Laces and Embroideries,
Fla^, Unniinss, eu.
Recall» and Jewels,
is, Odd Fellow«, and Sons of Tempci
insr Regaliti, Paraphernalia.
M. & K. are Principal A cents of the Boston Rehire Com
for the sale of AT " "
Parking, etc.,
1X1) I A RU
any, for the sale ol Metaïic Rubber^ Machine'ife^i
" " :elher with all articles of
call and compare the Goods and pri
Sleam Parking, etc.,
Pnrnhasers are invited
SADDLERY and TRUNK Warehouse
S ROBB & CO. No. 60 Gravier street, are con
• stanily receiving from Philadelphia and (RfV > lu
Ensland new Goods in their line. Mf 1 l|f
Their,totilt comprises Saddi.krt WtE
!of all descriptions, Sapplkrv 4k9LLX|9
Hardvvar«, Harnksü, Lkatrcs, Materials
India Ri bbkr Goons, Tk.avkli.no and Packixo
Saddlery store—smith & Bkothee,
50 and 52 CWimon atreet. New Orlmni.
50 and 52 Common street. New Orleaes.
ofi'er for sule the most complete assortment
Southern oountry, com- VPS
prising— »
SADDLES-Moto than 800 varieties of English, I
can«Columbian, Spanish, Mexican, and Side Saddles.
S IDDLE BAGS and WALLETS, in great vanefy.—
" llrid'es. Bridle Fillings, Martincab.Gixtha. Suroin
fJ2t5?î? P ljealher8 * txUa » """«a Hitch Beins,
« HA UN ESS—Coach, Gig and Buggy llamem,
all qualities ; VV agon and I 'ray Harness, complete or In parts
" ' " iu Wagon Sa'ldles, Humes, Blind Bridies an«
rs. Dr y n
les. H,
Plantation (iearot every description.
TRUNKS—fockiag Trunks, I
Trunks, Valises and Carpet Bags, all sty.
an. I finish.
— blNGS of
very description....! OA Cil TRfMMlNGB.
LEATH l -'K ui .J SK 'NS—Skirting, Harne«, Bric
and Hand Lenthcr ; Oil Top Sideiand Hides; Enamelled
Side« anil Hides; Patent Leathers of all qualities and colors ;
Bag Hides und Sides ; I'nd Skins ; Wool Skins ; Hoe Skins ;
Goat and Sheep Morocco ; Calf Skins; Lining nod Welt
li colors and qoaiitios; Chamois and Back Skins;
LaeeLeather: Butthlo Robes,
Ö. tSL B are Agents for the sale of the Patent 'ndia
Rubber Gin and Machine Hand«.. Also, the Patent Stretched
I .either Bands; Saw Mill Hands; India Rubber liuse;
Sieain^Packing, and India Rubber Clothing, of ail kinds;
' L"j.Lac®and_ Band, I gathers, etc .etc.
and ail Common si.
Maud Kiveii, l^nce and Hand l^jathei
d'7 U SMiTtl & HROTHrR.I
rPHE proprietors of th\s establishment, in order
A to meet the exigency of the present moment, have ....
two* Building onjbwf
furnishing and pre- BtiSj
g it tor I od g» rs. The Boom« are airv an5 pleasm
t,ui;emen taking lodgings in this building, can board at Hie
Veranda or at the numerous Restaurants in lite vicinity.
Applications fur Rooms to he mode ai ilie ortice of the
Vera nda. jaJ3 lmdfcVV
■T^HIS well known Hotel has been leased for a
A term 0 f yearn by the snbsciber, p«t in good order,
and famished with new furniture, beinn the most con
veuieat Hotel tu th» city for ils site, will be reopened ■îill
ou ine 1-ih inst, under the management of the proi>ri
etor, who is ever leady to give comfort te the traveler, and
make the hoarder at home. Situated, aa. it is, on the oovnw
of Julia and Tchoupnoulas streets, convenient to busvuess,
boardere will find at this liotei ail the conveniences of a hou.e.
jaiN 3m os Z. Bl.OUK, t'roprieior.
Saloon and Res aurantfor Ladies.
Tha subscriber, grateful tor the patronage
which they have experienced at the Wuiti
., aud desirous of iu continuance, have greatly emhel
" ' On SxTrRDAV. lb'th November,
lished ï heir esiablishm
ot tins city, nnit-s elegance to
the tables will be spread ihe delicacies of each
Wines are cuoice.
tnr- Thepubli.
. -xtiiisnnient. un sat»*rdav . ibtn if < -venter,
:!ock p. M.. thev will open a New RESTAUR AiNT
SALOON on the second-story of die :
' unie. No. 44 St Louis street.
Tbis new Saloon, decoraud by the lw»«t artists
comfort. On
ii 14 t
MONTGOM EH Y HALL, Montgomery , Ala.
The Fubscribrr re« pert lu l'y invite» the na'ronage
of the T K A V K LLI N U PUBLIC, conßue? t that b.- €8^
til re of the railroad ca
UMNI BUS eonsiautly
of the T r
ns well as any ol bis comp tiiora JS»
going to, or re 1 urning from, tha North, «
t reduced i
t of Visitors pleasant and agreeable
93 Camp etrert, (Shitf's new buildiufs.) are now open
for the reception of visitors who are reapectfully invited to
examine ihe very extensive collection of Portraits.
6.5?" These Saloons have been muguiticei.tly furnished,
I every attention will be bestowed to give uuirfaction 10
t&~ By the superior anangement of the L ight
Operating Room, constructed expressly for this purpose,with
an immen-e S ky -it out. and by a Niciv C ukmical I 'rm
ckss u=ed in preparing the I'lates, the Portraits are produced
in a very short space of time (only a few *econiU), exhibitim
a high degree of perfection, wuh ihe proper and natura
gradation of Light aud Shade, wuhoul which Pictures cas
not be life-like.
A clioice variety of new style Enamelled and En
graved l.orKfc/rs of the finest Gold ar.d best workmanship,
suitable fur Miniatures, furnished at the manufacturers
fcj?" Artists supplied with every article used in the Da
tatype at NewYork prices. E JACOBS,
H m No 1^3 <'amp street, NewOrleans.
TOHN GREENFIELD has for sale a lot oi
splendid, larpe Qvergreen and Ornamental
4 Laura Mnndi, 10 to '6 ft.lâ' UVicksburg Peaches.Pears,
ii Double Flowering Myrtle,| pluma.a "ricotsand Apples;
7 feel; 115U Large t igs:
50 Crape Do 8 to 12 ft 50 Po negranites;
4 Cedars, 12 to IK ft a» Banaua Trees;
5 ^ratirsus Glabra. IK to IS ft J» Pine Applf î .
1 Pittosporum, 7 ft 100 Maspilns Japouica;
100 Cypress Pyramidal*. 8 to 2UÜ Grape V ines;
l'J teet; lot) Ijemons;
20ü Tallow Trees, M tolfi A .10 Olive; .
2» Catalpa Du 10 to 15 ft 15«0 Sweet, Mandarin, Curl
ÜJ China Do 10 to 12 ft ^'^vm I . etc. . Oranges ;
500 Arborvita , 6 to 13 ft aWRtoberrys fti Straw berry s ;
5«) AcaciH, 10 to U ft WOO Hoses, in variety;
10 Double Flowering Hibi» |800 Do in pot»;,
ou#t 8 to 10 it 100 Do etsndanU;
6 Ii.dian Rubber Trees, 6 to 10j3500 Cypress Pyramidalis, 8 to
feet; 30 inches;
2U0 Grand Due Jasmine; I 15j0 Arboivitff, 2>g to 6 feet.
Five thousand Green-house Plants and Shrubs, at ihe
Nursery, on Poland street, near tha lo«v Tobacco Ware
house. Ttiird Municipality.
Cjpr Plaut and Seed Store, corner of Exchange Place and
Customhouse street, oppoaite the Poit ollice. New Orleans.
t3tT A " Garden, Agticuliuial and Flower Seeds,
ot i rime Quality, on moderate terms. nûl tapi os
"D AILUOAD IRON —For sale low, 60 tons light
J-V Railroad Iron, in quantities to suit ouichaseis, 3.^x1
inch, weight *24tr> per mailing yard. Inuuirt» of
^ W. ALEX. GORDON. Offioe Mexican Gulf
te!9 lmos Ra ilr »ad, 44 Customliousa st.
rj .OSHEN BUTTER —25 kgs. choice fresh But
V?. <er,iiut landing and for «»i^ by
fvlj SAMUEL WOLFF, 95 Camp it.
& jg a ï
^ Goods.
1 M *
M INUs, »nd «loge «MUM of otte M
Mrs a wiabe. tl» Utfte te ceil u*
Draaa Kaklaf.
: Mr,. R .U u u ,M L.dk. ita» tlkoMu
■-WD lamcdial. em ûmt twu, «ad a-tafeili. Mctiräd
will give perfect antMfadioo «0 all «ko will favor her
Fltur, wMoS Mrs. R. U a.
" ' with than
aid respectfully inform a
diet w« have removed 0
No. Sf Canal «met. between Royal end I
that we II
- Mt«kM
■Ueeu, aud we ineiu the ladiea eed |
" ' >CAi1, U
f*ct, all ktMl* thet
of Ribhom, .niScW Ftowm, PhtniM, Biabrotdery of aH Smerlp
" on* T i-read MerHe Lace, Cap«. Olovea, etc. etc.
B3* Orlen for the isakiaar ni Dresaea, Cloàka a«d I
ajwior ar 'wt, for (
N. B. Bonnet« cleaned ii
Y. u that Uo wiah to buy chaaç, caH at «o. 8S (M
*u pert or manner for IS eenta «acts.
-a. 8S Cnd atreet.
17KOM STEWART'S, New York ; Jesny Lind
Embroidered Neck Tie«, Wreath«, Bibbon ^
and La..-e Ornauamts, 6ilk and Lace Manrilias,
Silk f»ren«<*inee, Bareges, iJoOed t^wiap Eié for I
Lveninf Dresses, etc Aa the Propnetor intends L
vw'tinc the North in a r ew days for a rip ring »apply 1
w i'l i-c iod et créai bawair
- f1 gJj
('HESS M1KLVG— MR«. KEEL AR, late at
>e J» ad ot Mrs. Weeds' celebrated e-tsblUhnsnt. Broad,
w^y, N«*w York, will «ttead to this department. L .die« can
hare a Dress, .of the riehst descrptfea. mede I a the be*
manner, for abont what the
town. _
tel 1-2 w 1p New York Riem, MB Pu» dre« stiert.
E are now receiving per steamer Falcon, ships
Maid of Orleans cad Hudson, a large and désira bis
assortment of the above goods embracing the taten stylée and
makes. Also—Jaconets aad Uwnt, ire« lew priced *o ÉI
finest. Bareges and Bilk Grenadines, to which we itris fB
- -
L JV "«iSnïfa «fc ""'
mW • JirlNMCr iMlelll«
D 1050 pairs heavy white BLANKETS;
450 pairs colored Saddle do;
2U) pa rs fiae bine and scarlet do;
120 pairs Whitney and Bath Bed do;
50 pairs Crib and Cradle do. For sale by
d4 JOSEPH H. PALMER k. CO. 47 Camp st.
T G. WEBER, Boot and Shoe DoaUr,
v • „ m tfii coassa or
BOOT AND SSI Julia andC*r»ndelet sts.
SHOE STORE, flj (his Old Slaad.)
&eeps constantly on hand erery thing in his line—including a
of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Boon sad Shoas
at the lowest Cash Prioas. A share of ^ablic
great rariety of Ladies'
and will «eu at the Ion
patronage is respectfully solicited.
ente all order« cntraned to him, c
style and fit superior to any other esta»,
lishment in tins or any other city. Per
son* sending their orders «rill observe tha
measurement of the Leg and Foot, and
describe the same ia indies, aad they can
rely on being fitted the tame as if in the
C ÖT Those ordering werk nay strictly
rely on punctaality.
. LIST or pkicks:
Patent Leather Boo»s $lü 00 ^
Double-soled Half Boote 11 00
Do. do. Cork Boots 11 00 "
Calf end Morocco Dresa Boots 10 (y\
Congress Drees Boote $5 to 0 00'
Patent Leather Shoes 3 00
Calf do. do 4 80
J. H. SWAIN, 91 Common M., ap stairs.*
a N. K. Always a tine assortment of RB.*
WORK on hand, as low as can he found in
:r myself 1 can furnish the a
lower than my neighbors.
and I
WMM. M.CAMPBRLL, Teacher of Mn
: uu Piano Forte snd Quitsr, receives pupil«
her residence No. *17 Barouse street, ee
i«r refnlar Isssoos, she Leetaies te her pup-Ls once i
ienft o» Mu»ie.. ..Price I r t-wrlwt leseone i
II l(JrH SCHOOL, corner of Constance and Race
Al rta.,by Rev. ALEXANDER CAMPBELL. n88 ly
patrons and the public generally thatjeea
now reestablished at
Camp sln-K, and are prep.
factory manner. Oar stock being entirely
lar;rpst in the South, we oflêr a complete a
wishing to buy.
olO 6m 5!* I 'amp street.
Camp street, r espectt'uilycail the attention of thurn wish.
Inc good and serviceable STATION CRY aad BLANK
BOOKS to «ha» targe, eoeaplete and entirely new stock.
^g.'fe.' > ?. lfAlWlW 1 '■?' • • • B««debV
, PRINTING OFFICE Win« jaul n build.
Wed to Ji
their line To
especial reicrence.
stock «fi
»«'amp street.
1TL eome very pleasant Rooms for families or sinxla
gent emen. The houj* la on Magazine s tre et, tkivd
Felicity Bflti The p u» foe Boanfcaa i» ■Sïa
ï suit tne bOHS. Gentlemeu who do bnaUJWflL
un* m m<- lower part of the city, would find this a healthy
and deiighttul home for their tamilie* The distance is made
short by ihe » •mnibns i-as>in g every I S mi nies. jaJi Inios*
Central Locality.—A num
h or without families, can be ac>
iih good Boanling and excellent Robins, on
reasonable terms, by MRS. MARV F MORTIMER.
Store order th- above Boarding-house.
MUS. W. E. BROWN informs her friends and
the public tha'. h%vmgopened and thosoachly
renovated the WAVfeRLY HOUSE. NoVSTiaal MÊÊt
st., (lately occupied by Mr». Shall,)sh* is now prepared ■||
to itl'er every accommodation, to both transient aad 1^^
permanent Boarders, th tl pains and expense «aa procure.
" w Orleans, November 5,18*0, nl4 lyoe
»' for which the highest cash orioes will be paid Hti I
zens and luerohants who have Sl-eee 1er sale, will plaaM
cal 1 '-efoie leaving t^eie Slave» with othor pnrtm
ftSmos* EUHtJ CRE$WELL 1&> Connaon at.
JVtv Arrangement/or the Departure uf ths Cars*
thb cars liavk
The Lake:
. K o'clock a. m.
At 7 "
At 9 "
At 11 "
At i ;; r-.
At 3 ;; ;;
At half-past 4 „
At hulf-past 5
At half-past à
At half-pwt 7 if
9 ••
On Sunday the Cars laavi
At 10
At w
At 2
At 4
At S
At •
At 1
At 8
At half-past 8
At half-P 'ist 9
On Sunday tl —— _
tST An Omnibus leaves Canal and Chartrai street ever
cuarter of an hoar lor tha Depot.
J. VV SMITH, Snp ewattndeaL |
OrncsLAEK P ontohaktrain railkoad C o. 1
NbwOrlea: s, April 19, 1840.
\ Ta Meeting of the Board of Direetora, it \
Resolved. That public noûoe be |ivea by ikaGinpl
that in conformity witn the roles already adopted aad ■
known, it shall not hold itself responsible ti
age, or missing whatever, happening ta gi
except when reselling from accident during I—
from one end of the road to the other, and t
shall be at the risk and peril of tha owner, shu.
signee, from the very moment it is unloaded.
dit tl* J. NEVILLE, t
A",j. 21J amI S « Tdumriu<d ™ ttreet,
1> HOÜ8B. Nw.. 11 » I*
h^ro.-u.V ta.
i. f
LIME—Cargo bark Golden Era,landing, fora
by UAÏMAMk HOLDS». WMaiuii.a

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