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STEAMBOAT DEPARTURES..
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NEW ORLEANS:
FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY i6, 1852.
Arrival of the Philadelphia.
FOURTEEN DAYS LATER FROM CALIFORNIA,
.iews from Oregon and the
Sandwich Islands.
LATER FROM CHINA.
'I' Hteamsnhip Philadelphia, Capt. McGowan, arrived
yeste.rday from Chagres. bringing the California mails of
It ,lIanualry, three hundnred and twenty-fire passengers
and about $26,01) in gold dust on freight. 4belideslahrge
amount in the aund, of pausseng'er.
Thle PhI'lladelphia arrived off Chagres on tile afternoon
f' tile 21.st of January. The s.ea being unusually rough.
but few of the pnengers attempted to land until the fol
uwing morning. Several boats, however. rcam off to the
ship ail succeeded in returuing to thle harbor in afdty.
with the 4excption of one, which was carried into the
breakers and capsizeId. It was manned by four natives.
and e-utained also four passengers-thlree of whom. with
two of thIe , ativ.s, were drowned. The passengers
drowned were l][night. from St. Louis ; Scharff, or sharpe.
o'f NewYo', k. The. 4name of the third could nlot be ascer
taid hMr. C. E. Collins. of Ohio, the oe aved. reached
Sthe hore much bruised and comtpletelyexhausted. baving
beenl in the water more than two houlrs, clinging to the
wreck of the boat. Sarch was nlld l for tile ,dlies of thei
drowned during the night and the following day. but
wit hollt surce(.s.<
lla. I, 'Sn Fn.lYco.--, fhe dwellilng-housle iof Mr.
Vit zmaurirel ill San Framnelse was deStroyed by fire on the
2'241 IDeemer. 1and two of hIls children perished in the
'.,-l W'41 44 I, .l 4t~Eno.-Afteratedius tfrlal.the
jury in the eas- of Caplt Wnterman of the ship chaln nel.
ia- Ib.'i discllargod. bhing unlable to agree ulpon a4verdict.
TIhey ,ltood eight for conviction and four for aicuittal.
I'o .ll ~rl.--A pe'rfet l4al4-like confusion prc'ail, at
present in the politeal affairs of Callifornia. There are two
stl,I of elaiants for allboat every ,Rie., from ('onstabH1le u
Itolilvlllnor The :tln Franllen( o Pilclayune of Decemlber
lTh, D --ln llre maintniu that if' :ol. Iliy er receivl d a
nlli,,rild ;f rlt.1 e ik I .loertp, itf hep did Mdt retei,.e
Illt4 , yrki.. 1biught t ,otlhe ellr o. and is therefore inrv
lllr. .elllv ernu if hie did 1t reccive, and oitgh nlmot t,,
I.o, . 4ei,"d .i 1e4c it It4 ljegily.1 it is b.Lt hie hould 1t tiov14rllor
IInot i ;llllutd to i el utif -r llnlmrily. They .aIgue. alld
k til - of," pb o l ,hibility. to. that c 1at h eading re.
et.ivw.d aI luajo'i y ' I ·,I e's. oIlld tdhe. i" it should so, u lav].r
l,' illu-t be de,'larcd elholl 'fhe: rnlu' of Irgulneolt aldoplt
el 1 I . ,ilill iby He . I, tat "ri w rk both wayi :
c4' ,ll-.'l'l4'tly the Wlhlig4,'4 i " t nt k ilk 4 II,: hIh14r ea4 illdt4 I1v1
elrll1,r. Il . -- 11,4 i, ,.h. 't, d. The -,'U1, of thi 4 ont1 . ,"t i
bori",I it the ,,,,"raed out ," futurity. but we will Lave
iU ,,I il'h ei Tunlunln.e countfty hih,
'The h -,:tl , I;,,,.rllllll:y toit llroe af wrn exciting theme
,hic .l iod. 'f']il foceretlrd Wisd ,c n od tho Stae A a,
.., II ~l " n-Te ',ol r(lllr ike, l,,t sherp of r1ll or theli dove
ll ll '. Iarl'k. t llllg , ~l4 l' 1 hl rd r or a t llae e to rest
Ii s lt,,t po tll ' senatlors anti tlirty-om, members
of lhe lll b[.,"e ~ elect l, tel nexyt Legislature. hareo how
4, -r 1I 1, itlnll in .el I4raneico.w4nn it l as4r dmecided
I y , ,, t," ' .f " to 13 that the nextl u er)i should be hreld
il t\al,, Trinhl', hi ete (quetion in thlrefore dell ided
for the lre- ""t.
I , l 4 1 44 4t l 4,4,so t r lyI.a in 4 1in-A 4' i 'p rtant
diln ry le e llllle in T 'lllu "lli' i,,ounty. hilh is
Ill. :y t, prve higthly r, hlitle. 6hllaftd wetrec uk in the
llal- ;,al hI a-uhll nt' repelllbirg soap stone wa found.
whirh , i.hl- trlial follr to six cents pl r poundi. A m1an
i,.l. n;algi fInl .d'l'er to te4iln w14 itar per day.,
Tih a 4 4 rI --hThr rert.n diwseovrl4,: of gold in Btear
h:dly otr, not a rich its they wer i re.poirted. A el'I-',
i 11d lld,,i,, if1er' ktll , I 4ollrnrl.d writilg frol, that place
.:l, ith,. e,, 'ltcneillt 1r.lriled by tl lo'xggeratdpi relorts.
i 'll44aY1 hiol the' g 4, efct of b4 ringing a 111'e number 44f p
.e1m,, r,-l, -ndeokn of it,-n yarythvile lerald. writingfrorm
4144 1%',UF1rn Ii', ',ilrtz 1o bl very friabl, , and eren with
oiui , ll'g. -s c u''.ld s.ltl I' , t l ''1 the gold f 4roml the riok. 1 Witl
;i ,lllllll d .].alh-klnli.. y we ucee"edd. after some little
tnh,c. in aLrling out t hlroi k wreighing ix pounds two
ounc,'ll. r l. withonrhly ,n ordinary rnofee-mill to grind it.
otalindl -i 1,,ukl111 tour ounee1141 of gold j
TI 11f .ntr eIa I1. 1ee1n give to rcrponfibhl prtid fir
4,lll4ll44 up :t Ilw .ty-Iu Ite ,sIe power be1llows, and it is
:e tlelnl Ih pl ha flllcinlt wind may ibe brionht to blear.
1,ki onlly i ff,.etilldly to separnllte tit,' gohld, but to blow the
i ,41 1 i4t fa t,4414 t11 (l,,il.- it' ilde.( srnary'
,)11 \114,i'l Uni' Ilhill t hl, ro ha,1 beJ,(l uito e as exeiitllng t
Ai,,,111'o n1w dig.ig.o , t4,1n1 wit thi n i Ile, of t1l town2 i2n
tn, e,. l,,y die, .t i, 1 --' Ila, nw lig ingsar , 1 ,hl hd Spur t n
I Iil',l tfom 'l h th 1 hat their 1o,14',rdinury1 ri4.e4 has
tm1lte tle i 11out na ll Lthesp'ort'l)n "--4 un4i4 . ", " ,'g
he4. 5hle hl'fe 14r4t' th41 f1rr. it oadone, w unsrentd 1 41 an
1,,1e 1 I1 li't d'ee'p. an'd commenced paying4 1 at 31 5 feet from
1 he 1,',114' l4414 4644w4,re.. that it wa v.....ry 54cb. 'n1d the
featirllill ~u- :t k l ud ep. The nrditotiofn of goldm are tbe
'-,,l," :- a il,4 1nl Freillch and th ktonll 11I11 i ls.
Fi. ol,,' --orithnsisle ltaing olleratioiIlF will e e arried
,i nxt h ollll ill tl- Ilirlne. lind lumber. as we mll is .ll
"v'i. w1ll ' Ilv gre t I'lllll'll 4t 1 i f' lerl, from t11 e iry114 -
ville Expriess. thl tf 11o l.rlln aen ,'hlln ing and Maining
,i o untnay hoi,,e put' it ip ; ma e hill. and are gietting out
olmuher tr be ill r'addhle, lto oilnllne the construction
In Sun uFraluice hiThre i Collmlcil without ao Mayor,
"n h :, i l1lvyr wilhont I k goHellni; two men hlaiming office
onpe theI gr 1141 tha1 le W11 focted 1by i majorityd o'
kill t A1 vl.l1r. l n I, llo otler l.tlht Ile lhld lotetnfd a flaw in
tlhe c'h:lrt' 1r 4ill) hktd been 4141thled infmnanlly by it mino,rit y.n
1A gll,,'ral illtl4rnl fight appears to be agoing ilk in the
dt",lnr.l I, party, ndthe I ldbdynlly4 4':1'. y: ..'lis. untli41
all 4tl41.r dillfltel4., i4 hollea1. incurable, and without end.
N ,vler dagin w bill '- order reig in enearsiw" in t1his regard.
T'hec war ,df thle rose.s Is a war of entmlnnelation. and ne.ither
b .un,' ill .s4)th111e1h the bwor4d while there iit fogllowe1r of
the otlher ill fie field." i_
Ilel4: -1A wer, g4lde n.ocu'rred t1t San 1 ieIPe11oIseo on l)
.!"ll. 'whcl' dil 'on44der4bh, d)t4 n.or toi ' biplling ill tile
A~, lllt Et ll'llol ' A,444--(I t1111' evening of tile 20th
D4e1J,,4 tr11 ,114l4 hoeks f1ell el lfrthequake were i.'xperiened 1
:.i Si:,~ F'rknVeo. Nod:llllamag" was dne.
S1 II, 1 Pox) --4Slbush l)eX is sail to have IIade' its nppl1ear
Mo(IHF IIeLD 1)1,n'oT,' .bIg.--Thu( t l'tl4ta'rls Crllr)onilel says:1
.. $obl. of the. Ina44 4 4 t4f isllin4 i d.l'rbv4'i,,s of bold we ever
heard of llave. during the past week. been made within
a nlile of this 4 lhc'. In an e4n1sbrly direction. The wholet
town. in fact. .ele4.t o have run mad--every class of our
mnunuity, frro, d the lounging idler to tl mo~a t endrgetie,
lI1ving gone ot1-ha4nlb to the new El Dotido (aomt of
them even late' at niglht) and staked off c·Liillam "fo nearly
e uile up and ,hown tild, hill-sides ordereng uIon1 th4e ,11. I
of the Chilian Il uhh.
-Tile lho, willch llcr, ated thle fllnre is one hundr.d and
ten feet deep. and eonmmenlled paying wt'll at thirty-five
feerntf'dlthedle4dg1e. T1hemajority ofthe oclaimsnaro bring
'worlked witb : wIigtlld and we hhall oon know if the whoi .
hill is rich. or if this one clanm alone be to yeld fortunes to
itd nInelule. h
"-A , tr Iei h,. glower downll the hill-side, has commenced
pAing ala s.w'n fel fro, a the surface, the owners averring
wboit pl 'rnlinly thant they get from it five dnlla per
Ibktl1h. A tnnel ri o nnlly has also been formed. and
has rnwnuontIleerd ,lorautions in the hill. Th. Ludleatious of 1
gold hbri ,re the salme it. those on French and Stockton
hlills.
Cntm:,trliV, 'IOY'll ¢ I R.-The Sacramento Union says :
" We have, been infonrmed by a gentleman who has iust
conmie down frim the North Fork of the American river.
t hat thIe minors ill tbe dry diggings had commenced ope
ratlhns, wih gr,.at res.ults.. ]llUInee masllsaPtes dirt., whil
lwhieh w , this a~mcnlrg foulld wc. rirhnspeb ., ll'd
several rode from land. lie was nearly dead from feat.
cold and exhansstion. [ulnion.
The Yub River rose about thirteen or fourtees fet
from Tuesday morning to last evening. It is now so high
as to backh up into the slough on the Plahza. being higher
than it has evbr been sinace the winter of '490-'50. and tis
still rising. lMaryvlle hlesrald.
The Express says that one of the aerchants in Marys
rifle, in ore week. disposed of nearly 200 ploughs.
The same paper says that the rain on Friday fael in
such quantity that it may almost be nsad to hae fallen in
a body ; and the wind blew a perfect gale. The burr!=
caso roof of the steamer Kennebec was htown off and
thrown on the Plaza.
A KInaka, who slept on the flat below Marysville, was
diturb.d by tht rise of the river on the night of Tuenday
last. When morning came, he was found astride the
rildgtopsle of his tent, and the waternearly upto him.
Finally aid was rendered.
Tlta Wrsaotlts.-During til 28d. a24th 25th and 28th.
thiarse ls been bat little intermissaen of rain. and the
amount of water fallen upon the valley has swollen sur
streams with amazing rapidity. p hould thse rain continu
for several days longer with the same severity, we will
probably have a fair opportunity of observing ths utiluty
or the impotency of our Levssee We do not entertain any
fear in regard to ita power in resistlng the inundating
element. but at the same time we have no especial desire
to Pes applied a very sevtar test of its strength. [Union.
Murders, Affrays and Robberies.
Matrern.-Wm. Sherman n was murdered near Traper's
lar. on the Tuha riverd as is supposed iy two, Me.lacns.
Mr. 5. was a native of Freeport. tMe. ITre had eight gun
shot wounds.
A vFs.n.-A man named Charle Turnbull wan shot in the
fl Diorodo Saloon, Scramantoa. The perpetrator of the
dedll is not known,
Ior FoPase.-Tho body of a murdersed mantn was found
lear the Sonorth camp. In the pocket of tllw desased
wao found a piece of po'try. purporting to have heolon writ
in t by his couain, lIariet P. oGreea of Atbion Cailhoun
sotlnty. Michigan.
Moanl, MUtesao .-A murder was recently committed at
SYan Andres. The name lf tte murdered man wass Wood
rff, that of his murderer rown,hoth Americans. Brown
is in jail.
Theo alvernas Chroicle states that an inoffensive Indian
wao murdered recently near Volcano, by a ana known as
P:ilor Jack. Thoe ldians in thie vicinity were very mucha
ca.ted. Thoy burned the body with great csrsmony, and
appeared satisfied when the murderer was arnestad.
I.vasnts,.-A man named Diavid Brown was convicted
of robbtng two of hiis companions of $1600. at Rlich BIsr,
N.rth Fork Feathsr liver, and was hung on tho o spot.
lie confessed that heo was guilty. and was allowed an hour
no ait half to arrange his affairs. oHe met his thti with
ap;parnt indifference.
AnsrToo.-Thb.eo a men Ihave been arrested. and identi
otl by Sheriff Buchanan as belonging to the party which
ittt ilil at the Sonorian camp .oae time since.
IttFo Io.tto. Tto'oLots.--The Indian troubles in tile
Southern part of the State appear to have been ended. and
to further disturbances sore t nticipatid.
i):.s of Jtts E Jtot a os.-Tudge Jones. United States
Ditrictl udg for the Sth hern District of California. died
It an Jose. on the 1th i of Dlsmber, of coasumption.
From Panama.
The PIanama Echo has the following summaryr of
Isthmus items :
"' Through thet kindness of our friend. Wallack. who had
rhnrgr of the couvevanes lat Chagres. of the specie brought
byJ the Panamalui. and promlptly dispatche~d b$ ' Messrs. Mol
rl""lýL & Co. we:? are! informed that thle trtasurlel reachedr
('llagers an the 3d instant. some twelve hours in advance of
t h- pilr-l·1g:1r--nn d that the steamer "" El Dorado "' carnee
up, from Portro hello to C:hagre". receivedt the specie and
mailsb. and ret urned ismmldiatcly. taking not ove·r twenty
11v." or thirty paascegera. She bad hehr orderm from N ew~
Y.:"k to depalrt on rlecipt of thle treasure a ind malls,
wil bout waitingy at all fur passengers.
° TI...rce is eonxiderabsle feling art Chagrers rcpppraiing the
pr.ý.paets of' the Navy Bay. and manly b~usineer Imen off
I h-- farme~r a re purchasring· lots at the latter place. and can.
beefcing frlr the removaln of thecir buildings thither,
ushers. howeverrr with larg~e investments ait Chhngrrr; are
Iuri~rh opposed to any action for building the new town.
'1''hl· renamme Ralilroadl Comp~any are about, to lease
th."ir h..u~r* at Cfatuel.. to auch persons as insureI. to
ace up'y them ln iuneliatt eiy and pprtaanratly.
f (iorgonla is mproving somewhatl in the mantter of build.
.. I, ..lnit I'r a ambe~llr of frame1 hots'P 9 laving been recercntly
" .'.=trtrurte n American tyle. Preparation, are makling
fin furtherr building ape utious.
Atl attemptll to fire tior~ona was made- tame te~n days~
s ...... .utt thle moan-light rendered~r it inllpus*ille to
r,. "I'' dated. ,,t.~a and the! villainry wnI de~feated.l
Thell river ChagresI' hleing UsualllY low for this seaso19n of
th.· yeaur. and filel nalvigation among the snags very- lun
gerouua. bunt few bats go hIigher t Ip t} tan CiOrgann--rinse
Irlu."urly th.: travel to Panama is almost entirely at the
Gorgyolnr road.
(:suers is deserted bhy all her busriness papulatiau.
which·l has gone to Ciorgoual. andt the town appear=r as
thougulh desolated b)y a plague. sou sudden and e onllplete ha~r
beenl~ the chanlge from the bustle and activity of constant
arrivals and deparrtures of passenlgers and freigpht.
"" robbery of a wealthry apanilud. one D~r. Mooch. oc
curred on the road between Panama and Causes. I,
Ilhic.L he losrt his trunk containingn~ $b6MKI. Ile was on his
siY to C:arthtlgrna. Active me,,auras Imaa hclen intitntad
by Gecn. Heprrera for the alrrest of the robbers
Later from Oregon.
'Irhl Columtbia aid at an Franiso .o n the 29t1
DllOmboer. having left Portland on the 23d. Snow wa
falling at the time hote sailed.
I'o.lrl.UAL..-The Lgiislature wo a Mill divided as to thb
s1,,t of eovernment. and the mrmbr.o were holding separ
late session at Salemt ant Oregon City.--Eu,,h party heI
ind,,pendent meetings. and adjolrnei frnoml day to day
'Th .lutolge. had deliveredl lengthy and conflicting opiniom
on tile subjct.
Il Back hL beeln appo1inted Territorial Trea.ourer. iant
Alln P. Milier Libra 1rin.
S'r s" Sol .so.-This part of t le country was attracting
or.miderable attention. SeveraFf parties had returned from
ll, re with highly favorable reports.
Fatr i. Alc Illant.--Ir. Ictlolly of Polk county lot his
life by filing inlto a mill-dIam on the Luttckellnulte river.
SrHt n:is-TIhl collector at Olympia had seized thll
ttelmer leiavor all1 the brig Mary D)are. The latter re
porti inl h:lnt. whi1h report proved to be false.
lFano tPnt1 1rel n b.-T" Ile (regontanlen1I. froml a g,,ntl,
Inir0ll t all. paL1ng1r on t1h S1 , l:t ull from Pnt Or
trd, that a t raetitablep rout e fio a ro d has I,rn fo lu
ret o that place o inters.et thl h Oregon trail. We are als,
inllfr ald that siner, t.e troops have lchastised the 1Ind s
ion tble 1,1oquille rive1r, aI0 t0he othe tribes have nlanif0i tbd
thl greatest fritondLhi for tile pwhites. and It peao, and
Ir bparrity arl, iln . order o tIle 11ay t P'ort O)rford
hfldge Tillird Laves on the next steamer on i viuit to
thel Statps. The Judge has rsided in out city only for at
fw m lonths. y 00t In that brief period he ihas won tillov loe
avel e11em of 1all who know hit. oIls kind h0art1 .'llt iy
Oeollictm and accomplished mlanners lave gahled for hibt
Ia hosIt of frilds. T e are Ihaplpy to klw thalt is absence
will t,1 only tlmporal. Wte wishl himt a pleasant journT-y
fnd slpedy r.tulr.
A Ferir'ns. who were passengersi had been captured bI
l0hto IdiJls. Thel, Idians refused to pirmit any of tbellu
to depart. but consented to thebr sending an ltter. ll ol.
Moses. the Colhletor. inmmediately dispatched an armed
f h(ie to their relief---T.e same pn alter also s.ates that
sially tlle chastiement lately inlitteld on the Cloqille In
dins. by ('US. CaSy.y the other tribes are disposed to 1e
friendly.
rrom the Sandwioh Islands.
Illy arrivals at Sa Francisco. the Polynesian to Dei . 5
Iha bhe wan received.
"r:t ConI.'11t "lrlotb.--b . Pt.l Judd. Co1mmissioner on tll
part ihf lhe Kin g. Jhn I., h nn isFinro er on lnhnalf of till
fChieol and W1il1ll ia . Lee1 . ('olni0ssioner on, behllf'of thl
peope. lppoiglated in thnoe last to revise the Coornit utio
have reported tile foru of a ne- t'ons titution, wichl is to
be ulmittedr to the regi.laltre at its next b esilol. It it
a very oo rion instrument. The tion ol f m t reprbeiuf1a
livs1 was0 o tale Hplne- tile first week in Ja1nuary. but it
did not xtxittit tuch attention.
Na A,..--The U. S. 0oop-of-lwar arrived at Iiouolohl oo
tlhe 2th Nov.. fifteen dayslfroln Snu 1Diege. The 1'. S
,oop-of-war andalhl. a'nptain Gardilntr, an Itl. It. lM
sthip tpmamlUS, toas. Tellesley. were still inl port.
Tie privileges granltedl to Captain towabrd. on EonditlOl
of his phating a steam vessel ill tile King's teders by tilt
;)111 ob f N oelborobo have b1e000 e01 e lnded 1ixty da0s0
lio o -l illitlo Freog lIdb a native of ernont,. bat fit
tluony Itor. N merlolant o,b f KawgIbihto. ai:nd of OIiolio.
1ifl uol the 5t]t1 Nloveltlbter.
orom China.
ITly oth Ooooof Slln Morallono eo we TlaVe rceived dateo
f'ont Chllai.ll aud althogllh they are not its latl' a Ilhlav
reached England by tlo otverland rutre, there are some
detals whbieb hlave not yet been published.
1"tlOllT OF Toao Iio) SioLo.-The total export of test
frotu Ilong Kotng for t0e year 181. up tl thile O2th Sept.
was 22,757.000 1bs.. being an inrease of abottt 5.O0.o0
over the amoount expolrted during tell sme period lbst
year. Thlt number of hales of silk reported this yea
01S8)h, a slight derloae, as compared with last year0 b0l1
trcbl tle qluantity for the year before.
Ioyo ActoN ont Crloolt'nV 1Y1pp:i.l-An ordilntollte bls
been adopted In lhing Kogu dispensing with the nleet,.
oity of unanimity ill the jury, txcept in caoital eass.0
This ils, we lbelive. thle first instance of sue ilan innova
iion II countries overned by the old common law.
I't.lolS.-Notwotb tWnding the exertions of to vrbiors
of half : dozen different nations. pirates still abnund in
tht boohina selt. An attack wrs nlade onil the English ship
Adelaide. near Amoy. which was defeafed by tile euergy
of the (Captath.
Tog DanTH OF Mootol A o.--The Straits Tihlme. gives the
fol,owing account o W t of the death of oolraj :
tMoolr0a Is dead. lie expired on t tohe b orln, of the
tlth. off P orbutpoor. on the singcs. Tho e tdllolwigU io
lotroormalo npoodent at Bular : Tih State pristo er. tihe
Ex-Dewau;dlWpohlrapj expired on the alornulng of M|onday.
the 11th, o$ Pout porot below thir place. For sco l
days after leaving Calcutta he appeared to mend. alld his
spirits improved much. IIis strength also seemed about
to return, and withal. an attac. ment to life and an aitte.
tion to its concerns, which ha had not maanifested when
lo cameo aboard, nor for lome cousiderahla timB e ireviou
to his leaving Fort William, He continued In this state.
hIis health and strength Improving. until the weather
changed and became less propitious, and the westerly
winds blew strona and cold. With this change of the
weather a proportonate change in the health of tho proo
oner took place he began to sink, and gradually lot his
strength, until death cloosed his oreer. as mentioned
above. The steamer, casting off the tropaboat, conveyed
his remain to the bank of the riveor. wrhare his funerl
obeeqttiea wcre performed, by the tl t who had fol
lowed his fortunes and the lusidco l t-f the guard ;
and there was a due expenditir or a od. spice;;.
ghee, etc., a19 the fumes of wnoh tlh H y wtv cnu
eomed, ·ad hbe a took its flight tp h ' of re
spondbi ty, There had been no other eaauajon hoardI
the tar.a.s trtmop-boat, exeept sao two of eholar
whh pro fatal. The teamer was four days at anchmo
below Bulaxar, and with the perevalent winds ad current
bid fair to remain there for an indefinite time, bhould ao
t cafge occur, w
h " Tha State t rid of :~aoubleome prisoner. :el, the
rprisoner efa erahble xieteaee. We be toeompllmenl
' the captor, and whlr the captive a heter destiny in the
next thenetthehed to him in this .erld.
The ForzMt Divorce Caue.
S The lBaltimo,re Sun contain the following deripttoa
of the closing scenea in the great Foreest'dlvoreee ace :
The fact that the jury in the Forrest divorce eae were
to render a verdlict, on the assembling of the
meataMonday morning, the 2tth ait.. created the meet
ntenee interest in.NewYork. and drew together. atan
early hour. a large concourse of persons. The, NewYor
Evening Post thus describes the scenes in and about the
Court-room :
Precisely at the hour of ten. Judge Oaklery resaumed his
sefupon the bench. Every vacant place in the couat.
room wat already occupied except the jury-box.a Me.
Forrest soon entered. preceded bhyMr. O'Conor. Mr. For
rest wae already In his set. In ashout ive minutes. Mr
Van Buren came in. and the court wa opened. The jury
were then admitted, looldhg pale and rather depresed.
All answering to their names. the clerk proe.ededl to ask
them if they were prepared with their verdict. The fore
man rose and said they were. and handed to the clerk a
ttaled package. which the lalter opened and handed to
the court.
Judge Oaklcey tok the document. consistitng of seteral
sheets. and proceeded to run his eyes over its eontente ia
ilence, while the audience,. the counsel. and the more
deeply concerned parties, eat fixed in btreathlestr emotion.
ir. Forrest seemed to be cempoed, and showed Ie.sa in
terest than might have hbe arntltlpated in the reautt.
lis wife (no aonger Mrs. Forrest but Mrs. Sinclair.)
thawed by her face and manner that her future peacer, if
rnot her Itlf. dlepended upon the contents of that paper.
thich the court wac silently perusing. Sie almost galed
for breath when it was handed beack to the clerk t, he
read to the jury. She elosed her eyes and grew palep. then
opened them. and looked around ae if for some thing to
rest them upont, to steady her and keep her from fainting.
When the clerk read the first question and answear. she
again closed her eyes and lifted her hedl as if silently
giving thanks. and presently recovered herself ufficiently
to lirsten to the rest of the proceedings with composure,.
[We omit the details of the verdict. an we harve already
published the main facte. that Mrs. Forrest was adjudged
innocent and allowed 3000) alimony.]
tWhen the clertk read the answer which exonerated
Mrs. Forreet fromt the guilt with rwidch she had teen
chalgedl, there wat loud applause among a portion of the
eaudience. and yet louder expresslons of approbation fol
loaed the announcement of her alieonyc, which the jury
hat fixed at $8000 per annum.
When tihe clerk had concluded. Mr. Van Burea aeked
that the jury might he polled. The clerk then proceeded
to interrogate them individually. Is this eour verdict a
you wish it to stand recorded ? Each answer.d promptly.
It is." until the name of Mr. Pager was called, who hesi
ttated a moment to r.a. he then ewaed ; thee lerk asked
Ilia answer ; he bowed again. Mr. Van Iluren then re
marked that he did not hear the witneass's answer. Mr.
l'n:e. then stated distinctly. 'It i."
Ily this time the tenor of the verdict had reached the
crewd geathered outside of the huiling. numbering from
eight hundred to one thousand people. and tremendoee
shoute and hurrahs came echoing hack. indicating that to
a large nua ber, at least, t.he verdictm we, not aa.c
tory.
MOrs. Forrest nmedintely retired 'ith an attendant to
an adjacent room. while the ecuncil proceeded to have the
verdict properly recorded.
Mor. tan Buren asked for a stay of proceedings. to enable
him to take the opinion of the court above upon some of
the questions of law that he had raised ; and Mr. O'Conor
asked the courtto appoint to-morrow morning to meet
th, counoil to adjust the form of the judgment. The
coumt decided to meet the oonoril at that time. and said
thoot the allowannoc of time for sooking a bllof exceptions
wnould be granted at tile samet. as mantter of course.
The court 0as then adjourned.
Mr. Forreot and Mr. Vnr Buren soon left the courtt and
when they made their aplnorance at the door tlhey were
met with loud cheers.aond attended for some distance by a
las^; crowd of friends. who took tlat mode of testifying
thjir sympathy for Mr. Foorrst.
OIro. Forrest had not yet left tile building. The crowd
w, still large and kept increasing. After some twenty
om:,otes delay. it was deemed best to leave. there being
no pros)opct of a more favoraole opportunity preseonting
it}. If.
Mrs. Porrost then took Mr. O'Conor's arm. and walk.
ot throngl the rellmblers of the Snperior Court. in which
JuOnle Paine was holding a court.aod through the Circuit
Co:l't 0om.. in wlhich Judge Edwards was trying a cause.
they d tsondod ty tto tack way into Chamberto streert.
ntur toned their P teps towards Brodwaoy. Mrs. .'s re
:t e al n.. oono discovered, ando the, crowd io a few mo
m00 t0 ratn thronging thlrrogh tlhe doors and over the
feoeoo filling up Chambero street. shouting a0,01 hurrahing
0 ,1 rvehemently, but crowding and alarnlng tle object
of tlheir curiosity 0ot a little. Whdn they got to Broad1
ray. the imposoibility of gftting into an omnibus with
nofity0 wa0 npparent. and they took reflge in the Irving
I 0o ,e. whlere they re nioed uutil a proper eoveyuuce
cou.l h provided to transnport IMrs. Forrest to s.ome pldce
of -, ,urity. whiel we belier1 was o0,on and succersfuIlly
Tlhus rends one of the longesrt. most bitterly litigated.
an i in some repeet one of the most disgusting trials that
eve.r was h.ld in this country. This is the thirty-third
dav that the cause has been ill progres.
t'.w York. Ja.t. 27.--The Porrest oao e continues to ex
0it0 great attention in this city.
'I'lr Superior Court was thronged to-day to listen the
a ogumeonts on the exceptions raised by the defendant'.
conlllo,,. The suoljeet was finldly ,ostponod nuntil Satur
day
Further News by the America.
At:ton,. Jun. 26.-The followrng lateand important news
we, received by telegraph at Liverpool previous to the
depalrture of tile steamer Amerieo :
l\toran.--The London Times speaking of the reports
relaltive to changes ib the Ministr. toys : te merely stat
the tact as we believe it to he. that the ottempts to effect
a partial movement in the Ministry by the sulstitution of
thle, or four tw membersr tor others of thle present
Cabinet. who would retire,. Irs not h'd to any rosnot It
Fenls. t ,,refore. rhe determinatiot of L.rd.Jlohn RatIll
to meet Parliament without anymaterial alteration in the
Ministry.
Ihe .tMorning Iterad supposes that the BTrqtuis of Nor
muno y left Paris to h, present at t e IPrvy Coounil. to Oe
held at oI tnsor on the 10th.
J'aOT:sr AO- lTs T-r: Ro.Tsa.,- o KOsBsI.T TO IS'(LATl,
The Daily News copies a Ftatemont frot, t i amburg
papr. announingthat the Ottoman Porte has addrdsd
x note to til English Government. protesting agatint the
return of IKosuth toEgland. his liheratin, htaving been
grllttd under the express condition that he should take
lp his residence in the United States.,
The re-establishment of friendly relations betwteen the
Porteand Austria renders it necessary that tlse condi
tions be fulfilled.
'lIe prresent rotu of gold at London leave o but a snall
profit om importations from the United Statres
FlltNco:-- Paro..Jon. 9.-A conspioory Ila. just heendis
etorcd, the objiet of whirch was to let I.se th. convicts
at ilt, Iltlks it tochefart.
Sixty- persons have heen arrested at ont lootir on
rhl' or.,oerted witt the late i,tturbnoere.
It is annouoUd t0t promuigatiot of tbe Cotnnttion
of IFranee will tke I)lies botween tohe 1ht, and ?2th inst.
TIhe roaoll for tile detoy is In allnow lime for tho publiea
tioot of thtorg nt of the otganoe aws.
The prisonrre Ihtlly confined ot Itm O. onsisting of G esr
Clnt" garnier. Lamoreicre. and their omnlanioltr s. o lv, lt, n
rset .t liberty on the frontier, with thl, injunetion not to
return to Franc..
A grand review of the home garrison of Patis wts to
oll off at o thie (hmps-de-pri s on tlhe tl22d.
IPri, Bourse--Fivej 105 ; friet, 7I1.
Feotival in Honor of Governor Kossuth at
Pittsburgh.
,'rTtll ts.,in g dan:6.--Te festival in honor of lover.
norn Kisjuth cameo off this afternoon at 3 oneclock. in tile
-Maenc IlaI. which was filled to overflowing with a most
enl thustict assemblage.
'T, I.i. n . A . Loonli. formerly menl;er of C!on ress.
penidtd, anud several of nur distiuguihetl men of all p.lr
ties. Mayor Gutirie, annd sueo lergyren and otlehe
leading men. were Vice et eidents.
When Krsoutit came upon the stagel. tle entire 1lt
dienee jrose in rspetfull silence. whicl was anijfcsted
until his introduction to tile meeting. when in over
whlrinig burst of applause fillowed, a.nd a capltal band
stlnck up the .ln"setiles hvnn. Order being restored.
eIr. Loomnis delivered an eloquent andl :aIroprite wel
cme. 'Th'be addresswas very eided in its tone. and
-heoly 1n its endormnltnt of IK(osuth's or0n0e and policy.
lit. Ins applauded thronnughout its delivery.
IEssuth responde(d. al s(aid thlt. sinei he first camen
on our shoresn he had filt a sort of nlgllti. itrn etion to
tiln {ist. ns tile place.wIere his hopes were to be realized.
As he stood upon the thresnold of tie West. lie felt ,n
counlraged in that hope. liis every step but taught hin
that there was a common chord ipassing through ttile heart
of all hulanlty, whill responds harenllnriously whenever
touched. it was the lov of liberty. justice and right.
Though the cause of lnungtry was :dIlle wtrthy- f all
sympathy. tih cause ihe plead was not hers Ilone. but that
of nll humanity.
Thi now doltrine tht t natioi. shall no more manage
their own ndomesti ecotlerns, because tlhe despos will in
teti-re to prevent it. is sore dangerousti to the world than
acy tlling wlich hlas heretofte occunrred. Th intejaws of
aisolutism were not Iable to ewallow all the freedol of the
earth at once. It imusttake it eaf.bv lef. or nn tion by
nation. They had lommuenced withl n ol gry. and prnlmit
Iltttsn intel frenoe to be maintained lni that ceas, and
fretldol every wheren would gradtully be labsorbed.
tie east at rapid gliantc ov tite diplomnotic adluinistra.
tin of the Czur, tol show that the t.rushitg of tle libertly
ofltiermty. IPrutssn. France. Italy and Sntrilili. wasn in
everyease his workh. and the result ofta tgeneral deign to
Ivertlhrow land smother conntiotional libertyeverywhere.
lie asked no one to fight lItllgarian battles. Let Rutsitn
interfnrence but he prevented, and liungary Fernet
Italy. anti all Eurolnt. will s1ake1 off their shackles andrise
to sttue ttt of freedoit. Austria was uit a dead indy.
ga vanizeti by Prusqsia. and not to bie feared e moment. ex
eept for tie intervening power at its back. mo it is with
all the lpetty princlles of liGermany. and other tyrants of
Europe. Absolutism is well aware that it cannot repose
while a free press anti free ilnstiltutions exist t hcnce the
motive for nhsoluitilieal allianees to crush freedom.
Can the United States look on indifferently and see the
sun of freledo darkened day by day? Can Iit be silent
because it was her policy seventy years ago not to ealre
nabout European affatirs ? Is there nto power on eanrtl to
stop thllis exeerahle extinction of liberality; although
thelre is a republio on earth glorious and powerful Ienough
to do so ? Free America beware. ere it is too ltt-athat
your ilnrties be not also overwhelmted by tim growing
power of tabolutisr !
ineeluth proeceeded to comment ipoen the diplomnatic
pnwer of lttssio. whi.lh is greater tbitm tr phiysnei power.
It is her policey to tmake the woril Inlieve her mtre
physie;tly powerful than she really is. rliter than to take
thei steps to procure that power. ilter diplomacy is sub
ternnean. slippery like a snake. urrowsiug like a mole.
She never allows herself to be directly defended by tihe
press. She prefers silence with fttBrence to hierself, and
would be defended by appatent opposition. hceause the
defence is then unsuspected. Iter diplomaey is seeret
and therefore effective. but their great idol.ti-itl front of
brass and feet of clay can he easily nvertutened, if tills re
public will stand resolutely by principles. If we do not.
there are those living who will see the United States yet
have to cntend. sengle-haded, fur life and death. against
overreaching despotism. So soon as despotism shall have
con.olideted its powers and established itself firmly in
Europe. it will texclud the United tatesfren the markelt.
of Europe.
Let the ireat WVet remember that it tstheir wheat and
corn which is the great competition with Russia in sup
plying Europe with breadstuffs. Exclude American eqi.
ton, ern, and wheat from Europ even for two year. and
what a hlow it would he to American prosperity. That
may happen even in a year. because if despotism eorbiuet
nchecked, and that much longer, it will bhe strong enough
to carry outitslast design. If the United States would
prevent all this, it ban only to protest against insnian In
terfersne. She will respect it, for if she does not. she will
"0 a warn from Sweden down to Turkey and Cioamia.
Butif abse would not rempeet the proteition then, the sue
pension of the American neutrality laws. o far as the in
tervening power is eoneerned. it would effeet the desired
pur- oe.
The ,overnor enth ired thelematn Ctha onwtepa
io bhi ne. whicb ha nhia. b told aeted a wI a gind
toeey that neh oppoltti nnt EMaay ofhb.
.feons were he e tndr . t t y hoha tld ·aon
of them hmoppo fb .' not all deomniatiegha daeba
dl hbnd rellglotf g Di ny of th.. tome o
-than Rtem I -whom each demisive ntay had
been made I $lea.r le argned that tMea ay--i h ,
Roman Cat on be amog the first to support
his cause becasne they fel the oppreaion ofurop
an de.potien. Seventeen republican eonepneatoe wer
recently arrested in Italy, sixteen of whom were peMsts or
the lower order of the clergy; and osuch I tihe feeling o
thle groat majority of the clergy of Italy. They re oppp.ed
tolthe union of tlemporal and prltual pnowers, benause it
degenenrate the former to the level of deepotle ambition.
If any Catbollos were opposed to hm. let themrenmber
fhlt. In no doing. they cruch seven millions of IHungarian
Calholies. upheld the Czar, and did the work of Ratlcan
'diplomacy.
le then proeeed at length. In his usual able. elonent
andl edelncing style. being repeatedly Intearupted Iy the
uot hearty nnd enthubniatic cheering.
At tlho conelusnion of lKoauth'saddrseee. the lion. Eroaus
Iopkine. of Manooeleetts. was introdueed. and. in a brief
pteeeh. dellvered to KIossnth the reeolultions paled by
te Legialature of that State. inviting him to rijit lltom ;
as Ihe gtoet of the Mlatot
hkocbth responded briefly, and Ipromied to visilt Maoss
echu.tts.
The xerecises were then concluded by a hbenediction
framt the Rev. Mr. Paecraant.
The next day Koecuth vtsited Birmingham on thle oppn.
site stide of the river. where he bwas enthusiastically re
ceivel by the meehanics. Tle has accepted an invitaltion
to visit Cleveland.
Iola Montes has tendered her service to the aeceiationn
hr the relief of diabled firemen. in Philadelphia. for
hbneft in aidof tfand of the aasociation.to come off
it the Walnut atreet theatre, on Friday or Satnrday
evening.
A"TEM. r MHnoE.-A man named Martin 3Bloomer
has been arrested in New York on the charge of stabbing
his wife, inicting several wounds which will probably
prove fatal. Mrs. Bloomer is repreented ts a peaceable
and industrious woman who hba for yoars and month.b up
ported her children and husband, by her own labor.
ANOTHER BfLOCK kOR THE. Nsessnsl· MOn MEN:uT·-'ieC
block of marble ordered by the Grand Lodge of the United
States Iudependent Order of Odd Fellows for the National
Monument at Washington. has been prearead in Phila
dolphia. at a coat of $00. The block ws prepared at the
quarry of Major Peter Fritz, in Montgomery county. Pa.
It io four feet square, eighteen inches thick, and weighs
upwards of two tons.
Aasrrmo'Ea SICIODE.-A negro named John Ackrey was
convicted of murder in Cincinnati. on the 23d ult.. and on
the announcement of the verdict he attempted to commit
suicide by stabbing h!mseif with a pocket knife. He did
not succeed in inflicting any serious injury tohimself. but
the affair created a great sensation in the court-room.
THE. SALE: OF ort Paosrnop-A corespondent of the
NoewYork Express. writing from Jacksonville. Fla.. and
speaking of the sale of the steamship Pampero. says:
Previous to the steamer's being offered for sale. McQueen
M.Intosh. Erq.. of this place. briefly addressed the as
sembled crowd. and appealed to them in behalf of Mr.
&gar and family not to force his agent to bid her off at
full value. which he was prepared to do in oase necessity
required it. tIr. McTntosh's remarks doubtless had their
fsect.judging from the loaw sm for which she was sold."
NEW ORLEANS XARKETS,
Cn..asc, OancE,
Friday Morning Fbruary 6 1852.
COTTON--The demand was again active yesterday. and
fully 8000 bales were sold at rather easier rates for the
middling and lower grades. We yet repeat our last
figure
\EW ORLEANS CLASSCFTICIaO..
Infrior ............. O5ti53Middling Fair .....845 -
Onrdinary ............6(6%;Fair ............. 8,34 -
Middling ............7(573 Good Fair.......... 834(53
Gootl Middling...... 7%.(SiO8;ood and Fine...... nominal.
TOBACCO-We heard of only a single ale, 5 hhds at
SUGARl-About 00 hhdo were disposed of at steady
prices, and on plantations 4 crops as follows. all for imme
diate delivery: 190 hhds at 4(043: 190 at 41-16; 110
at 4n.. and b0 at 4900e 1 It.
MOLASSES-- tock reduced. and sales limited to 700
bbls at 19002131( i gallon for good to choice lota.
FLOUR-Sales 1200 bbls. including 98 unbranded Ohio,
at $3 85. and 1100 St. Louis on private terms.
OGAIN-The principal sales of Corn were 950 mtcks
Mixed. from flthnat. at 46o. and 190 White at Oe)k 2
buthel....Of ats 500 sacks Ohio sold. in lots, at 312 51
bushel, and 14100 St. Louis. in two lots, at the same price.
P'ROVISIONS--Met s Pork was retailing at $15 250$19
50 bbl....Of Beef 560 bbls prim sold at $7 h0, and a
smanl lot of B. Beef at $5 bbl....Nothing of any conse.
iquence doing in Bacon or Lard.
COFFb5E-Sales 500 bags Rio at 8. and 150 at 86%(18.4
10.lt.
WmISKY-1- .bhsL Recotified sod at 1&l and ln0 Raw at
173x¢ T gallon.
FREIIITS--A British ship was taken up for Liverpool
aIt G Dd for Cotton.
EXCIIANGES--Demand limitedat our quotations:
Siterling .................................. .1080349109
Fr ac..a.... ... . . 5o.an ps1l3
Nanaorkt ixty-day Bill,............2 L?400 a at. Wanc.
Sight Checks on NawYotat....1.. . 93ai ct. disc.
NEW ORJLEANS CATTLE MARKET.
J.EF.R.naox CITY,
Tuslsday Eening, FPbruary 5,1852. }
TI,, stock of Sli descriptions is scant and prices In favor
of purcharers. No llogs or Sheep in nORrketk
--PltICEe
Sb.., Coccoc (W-rsen)........ .. . SA..i.6. i;b h.c
11oo .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . O c i t et
Cs,1 .................... . 55 (@$ O~lRZ 0S0h2 had.
Hittý(H Cows .............. ... ...... .. $300$85 13 benRd.
Celt es wN' Y1:ABUY(I... .........$6 500$12 L 50 -el bed.
NEW ORLEANS MONEY MAEKET.
CORRECTED F5AILY NY W. S. WHITS A CA.
ExchaOsg Os'.Es 2"' C. 8211 t5.ofrt.
EXCH*3GE5
I .0nn liradnn v ....... 133(39 gl rr p.51*1
Snnw rr .l T. ........... .. . . . .# " yLB I 4S
N.".. Ym' r wixiv dn........................ 1 ý 4? f nail. dicealll
N toorl, e iett ......... ............... ... (,ý 18 cen. diernun t.
Philodc tp r ln, v ,n e .............1(ý
·A 51 ro '. diernunt.
0. dD Iu s h ... ...t.. . ,. .... Yj& B coo-O. disc,.,.,,
Cnlifnrnin Gold ..................................417(0+1 36 (0ouncee
MIA w, , ............. ............. 5 , r mi..m.
S 1,5elt Doubl,,,lW ' . s
\ýexi un e l South Amelcuu Douhlon e ........... 7..316 555W4115 di
WESTERN BOAKS.
0,11, ..... ....................... 5 ]ý 1 b r t. dixcnnnl.
K,"nn~kv... ............... ... .... ... .X h rut. di.r.·nlnt.
\I~a i~run ...................... Plg ruin. diernunt,
LECURRENT YESTNEY.
.1,10 1 S.0lr looknod"', L,.l .....ol, 1(a ? runt ,IwriAn
Iinu nl' fnI de ........................ .... %(r:D giant. diernunt
Northl Carolin .....................~ ~~~ ..... 1 }py9)h rvt. ,liw" aunt.
\'uginin........... .. 1(x"1 rein,~:iPB IF~~l din-nt.f
Nn--o~ri ll x11 8 Agriculinnll. Unlveeton......;;4 ( 1 l? ce t, dl-.t.
PORT OF NEWT ORLEANS.
OFF-co: OF THE DoILI. CRl:9ICB n'T·
Fridany Morning, February t),1652. ret T.,d CLA D ES RAY
r,I~, P ofsxwsoll,
ARRIVED.
.Is R,,sB,. 1'S 5.1,,,, 1SlI go A Ing,, ti ObloOi ssllo
(Is (. OrI,5,sl ,,f p
"y,1 Yll 1ll, P bbcr. Puos lie, l .1 Ilarll
;ilap sWL.&I"5llNolp 51 , IIS5Blss Oh5,,,, WO AllA. 01 !rnna
FFN0.bIarkL R-5`B u',,' solll, flrm 60 lnrtBs,,, Hsl p515n Imla o,
IT, 1,1,,"Ill· uiun, } 1 ,lark. 1d ero.m A, ig, il II11II1 .'. 4 g Il il rr-PII I
.ITAS'" IA11 RAT-Fnn,, B.,I,,slfnj1, ColiF,,AA Chisi'.I,.,-I,, 1
lAB Sl~1 55,811l, A,,,.,l, Ao o..1 TAII, B81,.,I·I~ 15 115 ,,. Orf~
Flr vlSlA NSFIa.lwlp r 5Ed Loy, , i r Pa, to,5 t5,.
`I2S EBPR OB·el,-I',,I. 1W11, ,,, 10 trm .5,, snil ASS' to Asn!.
WILr llrSISFIIST-.F.,so, I.ss, EDll Salhil,,S SCl'l,~~~,SB
Steamboats..
J 7 D \\)ill, Cnl Lcnrl, fr vu l \ rilil ll mirivt
1'mrlun nlnl Th halll « nllnn Ly, ro,, t« rl--a-wsnldots li~hl-hmn.asll
,, .8-ll,, BelhA. ,,, 5 S. a -d e.
LIV~YlL-r ii 1EXP'ORTS,
Rh-i,,,,, ES,,, A,,-.55 I,.lrrasl : 4704 s . r Allo Sl.
GENOAh-P W hip 6r11rl: 1985bodgei mtlus.
I,,rlPO,.Y-,oIS, shp HJR B kIqle :l ,.,,slaa ,, , 14 7 LO dre
VENICE-oeoIblIassI F AO S 8,.. 15155SBI. lon s. ,
II,,,, 0-IRSA,,Rss, ShI.5A,,l- 0 bImEry ,lkSpo A,:,,-I. I"F &
N01 C du Luan, 50,1Ilu CIm nre, 1iW isA . Bl,,l,,l As-IS B
-IS DRC.,sAI- SsAsFASiskIMPORTS. PNsS .
1 pPiilndslllht: I pk FnltdI!I, 3 pkg.
WlS As- El Ass-I pWis Sp Willis,, A2,,-T FndeiIBI As,
N11 daýI col t.iruilnlll stars Il*wk-- ph coin R S Prrl. 11tH-1 do 4, $
Shi,, BSu- os I BBS s Poll sf"s-4iLIA rior., L Du LI.
ATATIISRDO HA-PersS, Lhi, , 5: lBS OsI. SAMI, to
T,,,,I R Tuna-!5 S o sI,,, , Cs-IR,,O.., Sn-5IsA Juln, BA1, BnA-lid
chic ,Iolnree. 4'J hhde slynr \I ilunloml Jr-1 irks sldl.r W J Fartcr--l
Akg opera SilA1,reinSBr-TufSl, ,,Ist. cott.n.
PORTLIAND)-Per hip Johln S Hnrri.: Hay to mutr.
LIVERPOOI-.ss. shAip Wnr-blA lksqýl1,s W B-5A r BAAu.
ST MA RTINS-P- - Lei: ; F, 123 : .8 005 bIS I I.. ...T l S 81. ull,
Hills AcL
RELCEIPTS OF PRIODUCE.
WIRADIALLOIRT-Pe, stL, Ur ,s D Wsile: 23 bale, col.B tFm to
AvsS. Aco-BS Al SRBhdtL ,-gnr E B .gnl IS,,,IB, & -aI AsAtuu
Sw'iney, Drren Ara-b t do, 3Y Lhdsa .agar, 107 4bh l·IDOI*U \Itllen
S.4n,5r-A bats. rolsrsI bbl.musaJr s. Wsil. &w-IS do, H
I, ,sssP.Ra ss.Ass- B "11- l- Nls ss cotton, l4 bbls mI....o, , 64 hhde s.ag
S.IIS, C.uy,5g I LEh-6J bales cotton ffllt h IBsnullhA.lgs, dos.
S Jonne-,I7 lt l " dnon A Psel.--14 Ibwua, Cnddv Sca--e Ilnrr~od
Llaol\ -il Robertson A lrrrurpnl--9 Mce~ee 'Ilk r~yY (tr-to (',o,1"&
I'arwel--l N C lin, -lY Cumlming, Stewart Leo-7 Dirrllrll Acu-14 R
Nu e t 6Are HYnl e-90~·I Ro~bhin* Arrington Ico-4 J L Irrr
--II D Carrol-6 lU·Lcy A Hrwilu-- 1 Payne .$Hnrtieun-
Wright co-d mSlith Aco-,l Wright, Willivmv It pluxl r
-- W Jllrksll ken-H Clelclnnrl. Broe bC-1ll Ar lilh·II ergar-I B B
Elder, r..Acu-TTo M 68 Wlet rolloo, 193 bird. m m bl·I~v~·
AAYOU BMUFF--Psr t.--r Lelia K-2: 151 Wu l olto l to H
Frelltlen Aco-69 ,1. Burke AErnet-6u du G 01o .i~tdN Aco-68 H
Clnrlcr Aco-65 Wall A r DSullev--38 Cbllrn l nlsnln 1,11 D R
r;armll--6l atcrr( A-&1 ortimoo Bmrju Rugalev Blair Aco--17
Rawlins hm~x Aeo-li B.A.-unn Carroll Ar.-I 123 Gily- 10 do
MrKPL IIUILLO hC-6 Wright,· Wililrrm( Aco--6 stolen. A r tenlfl
I JT Douwld *rr--Total, a8 bnto· cotton.
GRHAND PRAMMLE-Per aLeaoer J T D..w.11 90 bbl.8 hhde wseu
16 this molar.. J Y de Eitma-80 do G1 Urquhart-15 do H A A d- %V
1.-8 h.miePyne A }Cries-90 dod P Carlus'c--t d. o P~
Rotrfrt, I d bbl. moluul E Shill Ccur" I f LW. alolu . Gmw
,hdln AP ·uprLb ..uy y L4 .i dc I outer--Tul) 156 ILbl· molnxy·
215 bbl. 76 hhd· go,.l
MOSU.E. Psr oteamer Clitarni : 55 bulge rottoll Irplym, Harypa
Aco-enoddl.51 oNdrr.
GRANYD CAMLOU--Prl .1o, Ubana arrvol *..uly m yrted):
41 Mlwcwttoo J A Mix.14ll-10 hhds mum DsiMIh,( A BaI AoJ BI:
Summ Aro-10do 10bbl. molar eitm cr4 r-1
Itnd. mgr F"Bowe. Aco--6 ht 16 nmi nJ· Ar geu~rr-s4 ae cto,14 N.aa,8 bb bo loer
ATTAZAPAU.Patn HIIL&a.. (M iup...h id Wa
I UMORA NDA.
kT 77 ..t hp PLiwelpb ar ft- r np~a--Ts bAi
Siipbiy . Pht. F .hiq be., traqmre y, Jamey n
b. YNewOi.e....TWie. eo.e..N*, k en.. £..OU. , It
Iirdehp,- i in hit,
Sear.R .'herae Re'..JseU. hiMFPriAR.,'
C S I eNe.eeWile. at aoeer eI bore ylAh V. id7
TI e.4,ee, Tlh.f. e..t CLapasi.b
Tbir, .hi11wa tApiN ,te.i!
i~e, TI h,,e, T. Sleecq AOl ~iCt IViI l.iTe
Pb lh~etiphcbLl, h rLmL
II, ~beIAlee .1 beL.e. I Pdllee WIF WeIjeU
Bak irtluRL r f Newyork
BýNh Cenu, m v Xl y;
e1 lýl, R M hhm ee,. lM
I hull, We IRtlnet e N IIn, l d BnLak tl e n eb teebhib,
01,;. II g.Ry Peili, J.m I uiIe., C ile.114'Ceik. J.:i Be.M,
CI,. lbe.Aee I) C.ee.ee C- 1Fe..,n1.4 free. SnJa o1 Wht. W C&I
far Cha re rd ffw;, JT ell
Aibe ae OI Oet.n, in 4teeeto, Ions1lto. fIl;..with .,Ril
irerk MMla0, or Y tteh, N ioafr lie, Uh·i le S im: N h.
el frm -nwpnn, , M.., R"eeem d .x i Point, VG , with..enr..d
of ndeeel iron. The (pft , .M mn.rm wen tk~n 1/ tbm boug L,
lllie t hr lb, .~· hip Rome. Copt Cti% teem London
PASSENRRRS.
rer~tenmrJlpp(`irinneti from Mategrodbg ·n (4f(4-1---Mrr·
37.iillb. r;n m n" n3 La~n Staroln Aa Woad, JJ Chmnn, 7hn
Ib in L J Iy m, it W Dtxo, Danahnc, T A y, no rm, A)-.,
t. A Rie, iele, elag~ra, Tnlnelt--S on 4.kh r.I 5 olpm..
The following is the llal o paesengars brought by the·
Philadlelphia :
Nn Acrhe, eogberradI' ll wnt I BIh . A' Dud rd IM,{ y E
iIr~, it i. e;,brw, A t Menhnll. T D H-p., K Te 7&Ien, Rss11le,
]tr. Ntehell, A Rnv J Rrmp~a, f L Potlork u N Werrlrr, S Rohe;
S If empp Jrn P..werdl W "a WN W.Itaa, O L COkil , J Tnki
rd a e rbidrenn C IAurtnm, P. P Niei . CS , n Vi-6bl, gdwrt
Turk, Mn 1LVr, John Mofbet, P JSlae Wm f (hnb."k, )n J R
Darn, B M C'lwee,.' Y P P- rg, ft 9nw, )s pol I^ U
AM~rx· . fK MurayC Y J. Bwrny, R Roge .Poo Ill b , 161t
Mn y n a serer TO It g AGBa~e.. F wihtnun. SrW IfAn
d1M l 6I dtý mrJ n /'erir, Dnlfe4 Jlrie, .Wmllh ffar~
., WS.I~ ~ Keen, J L P- P. H Stam r 7u
BtereneB fjene Poole, Je ilmore, O C trrai, T~llwkr J.. Browder,
J if, lisyelod.H~r~, R~~l J I. W~hib,, Wr~n
A LeLong, O k 9tnml· (: Pem" arrll, If A166, .1T<In%
.'D Jothnurn W W µ+ TI leliyqierer C~ahnirr, S~ek,
Bull, }irMc'art}, Nr bopo, kG R, nolda Mn Gakrenn-ad m T
LIST OF VESSELS I POET NOT CLEARED.
["' 1 " First Munisipslit .Y·S.' Second Mmie
Thlra efnnleirplil. The 1, hand iC~ inrdicaete unI ftn
Pat. at whichr the vessels lay,
- -~iij- Ah --y.
l,.W .. tL' oe........ L6w
Aft- . .6W... ...a".Io7,JjioJ . ... Po"leb.io.' ...1: . 1E -17.
Ao~·o.O,... B.! MB, ........... .. JJ r..W'JP,,IO IBmlll.o.s
AR. ........ BJo, NEionbyi .o....4 ,,,MIl.ooSimlb..m
MNI~li·.....IZ~ZY·cml.....1mYl;~k asddtpn pia
3'BO~ o , ..BJOJJ .N.J yA0 .
JOB c0r.«.... S.,.fi NO
. ' ..i....J i k . L'J OJ . h o .
e L'Obp. ........L'Jo lO...inp .. ...llle1
Air......... .. Poinlt Xedemub...... :=1j" ula.......0,.... L'tnI.
Ann:: Johnsen ...1 Yptr3; Mar Crocker ...1 unioru ;b::::
Anr1lis .........dooiARo oo I'n. J in R on. L'ola:J.. slJ.....
Ckor ......... 3PoiBCOiJn ...... .oJoarttoa F1.... .. Pi
Chon ....k ....o..10 3 ; ...... h~mJ Ply,.,,ooh. oil
Ci,.,. n ........I J4,BPJJ t........ L'.Pe, Jydra ·p·...........
AlJ,_ Wit ..... L'tOJ.:liQBwr, .......llSJ6,.JBISBJ....... Lt
C o ooet ......... 5,nRZI!nrla...o.... .8,0 SmEo:. o u.... r ,.OJ
ACIauopio...... Intl, tMeod......... IJlooJ ,Siti........l1Js I
iil ............. I.'B rlJric.h. ,...,hOJihrlMids ..... .. GtB W
CR0.IW......... IJOB B·ppaho....k..H I1,Om rB.t &B..b(·l6, O
rinJ.OBln.......:. r EnJR end ....!o.OhJ. Nar! Sni CB ..l..!., B
OoALlrB.......l sml Olo.. .14,mS0.. Aoo ......7,.1
lleelnu ........ 3,m8 Orrao 6rr...... ImI lbrptun.......11mY
EtA,!, H. d~.BOBSn·oOB..o,, .t 10,0A. H. BARB!!c.... ~
.ni ..... o d . ........ Boo BoGolr A r! ..... 1 RO3r
Cdr~~n ......p~m;'Orle .......~~LL~c Firstn...·... Ynm
Conlrlia.. .... oinl;Bl .el ....R.....17,8,1 .AomliJ......ROT..6,m1
E,,,,,.o .....40 l " Plymo uth ..... O Booo.'o1llo . B ,
Pe.er Go.Jf.O
char. mo1r.1llpY mn. ILloou. ml Plymolh.h.......9,m
h..Hill........lo,.iPnTJbo..Jn..PIG.hW. LT
Citljy l. B I,,ltn . J b,.oB16 , L2 iR ..... .. R i o ! ,,rn . hO!'
o l .. Lt c ..... ......io1,mY,, ll, ........... Ltt
Clo........... W,.2 o,.o, COO.... , Gooo S 1,,e A........ RS~m·
'pp G tio,, ..... i 0,!,,ve[". . A...... .I S.... ...! . :.I
01- in.....l..... ER. I R. arm er.... 4,.a S girt............. 3,m4
_o Raritn.. .,OIRIO...... ...J13R1Thomaspc,. 6.m1
Chicftiu.........1,mRRlcI nad...... ,rn Vo - ...... l.to
Cnnlia suid c~l~iuwlllrs ..l~ Wmen~.... ...4snlP
Con:POBO .000 ppahnsm ../..HR H:,. E ik rbe.h 5Om8
Conn rm ..:d. ' · .......... C
Jo..C ......... ooint~o AhomoJ.....B ont Brlo.B
t d........ 1m l I'urRuoin.l.0,Albr.o..........R ..
J.Or.B , o ,t, Bl ......I1, 1o oro ........BOYI'
E~su't H..ll on.,4,m3 52uw tumm.......l8.moryA.. Kimtsll... 6.m1
E. F. ]f~ou..... 4,1SeKn........IJ~mtlAmslEt.. ··....Oms'A
Emtoo.!.. ho. R,,ooO......BR. 3,m VAnti ..........B .m3
trh'go g .. 0:V ...B',s, . 3,... 8m1 tur......... B I
to.. H..b,,o......29,o, Co .........4 .B a S i,.BB.. UPT
E.4........ 98.1 T J.Rogn ...16.2 &tinK. Rese UP
FamsB Fiel .o..3, Tm'. .... ... h 14,!.!! 0 nll5.,..!.VI,
oh,. AAloO...... 3,0 C mOloltrmojn.. ,HJ BR,. AsB,.... C.1OT
En"...........JB CBO.. S, r......... LPT
ElizROBh Bem~uvW L niL n .........4, Glten....., LPT
lorrihoo ........ B'. oostlu. BARB H.... 44n A Duood........
Frs.llinyinn...J ViclR,......L .l A.B.....g.... point
... Wm.St...., Emily.......... LOT
(ico.Ryne.r......9 m3 Wilwlalrcl..... 'rty George... .... t0 vt3
(ilauco."....... s 8..81 W llue....3er Ilb....... P
GGeoalrln..... 3-11Wm.l Rathberns...Colr4i Henry 'urlu; .O TT
, .......... 13.W, B. 1Hop. ............ J 'T
Gllllllld........· Point Wm. O'lnrnrk ...... Ni 1JnJrl l . .......UI'T
HudJ........JS..3,,IRIoY tr.. ...,.goo . Ly.
J.lt.h. J.!rB W0. Joh.n.....Wnlnl3 J H Lon
J,.oroJ G......IJmu \.Ferothoog..m.BOBlj m Wio&....,.. L~LT
H~n.....3nrYork...........1," ael."...... pin
flrd .......1,r21 oui. ......l G.mdl otE1 Nc]1si........o~
Houpbloo........31,n[3 %unr......... ... 48,m4 Nary Eliude th... LPT
[r.l.....ll l% i.l ............ B M
.lu ibfl·crIt LI Bra Rogerliue....... UPT
Hrv~vet........ rAj~,Yiiru.i........ 11"' S L ,....... L.B
IHusle ......... Lax i·At noµne ... 1. Sailrhe..n~ ...... LP P
I , "., .,. .2 . Y.......
Inc. (Duran .....im An ohnwd...4mRSh o ........ B Ml
Jno. Umin ......YOm Broom .... ...... .nrter....,..,,,. UPT
Humphrv .-mro3Baleen.....,.lont .11 t........ BM
Juhl~nocl.....:.. I'ltl rms Penn li...B sl V.! o ity,.....B N1
Johnl Ilaneock... Yý ·· Cyn.........., 3, 1 \"nryr."+r ...... B MI
laabnv. ....l m
Inm"............ 4,m C Wight....... EIjnl o. et .......LPT
6,nm tClelr.........14,m Forrest...........Point
fohn k Albert... 3,: murs ..... 4,1 G . A,,A......UPT
lava........... ,m4 yri ........... 5m .I.M th . . P
Kav nw.... Lt' Cele.... .. ..0 1 vlo g .... .UPT
IRrlsnuwo ...iu lelle r. ...3m a lo ........ Piint
Rn k ... ". Edod....,... L'tte H. A. Bawling.... LPT
Lon-l St.,........ LlEvy......7m H. L. Srtantoo... LPT
Lndv Fnniklnd .1,mýE A mw ...S , . H -....UPT
L9"..... .!goJrnn.i....... LPT
Liry[ww ....13. FnppMao... ,2 .............. PT
Lod shulo..5,pF Eert.... . m . " *..,........UPT
Gov. ltiucklov... .5m Vanw........... LPT
........:.............~~~
Crr atnl~ Fount l ¢ , -vHkeanert . :D.FIa . R H U.C' 1-ýilig n he etf ht ."; r.
THCI!SIIAC, C. T.;lUx . S., A Tp.,{V H{,1 . 11. SI S!.Chdi
R. A. B. RA.:a rr.H W. A. R.S; {V. ffrm . T.R.; N. V. {as-a
A., N'.7'.; S , I. S. W. U. P.C.!, U.;S.
SCSIr. {V. ELLIS, ! S.
Crrps,, Ts.,pI. .5 H,.,,, N,. h-SkI,,,,s-rr TH(URSDAY
ECCAINA, l, N CAIDA, S oTDrp 11.II, 11, la nt 2i2
touhu: strleet. br fka elected for t he hp cee u term: I-, ffll.utr
CI,,C,,. IC. C'.T.I TS; 'C.AC,,r, IC. S. 1T.; C. IxaI.A,.,, SC
!CC.SST.CC C.;ftxa 51,,,,,,,W C.; F,,an.,, SIxx, SI ll'r
CCC. ,S.ren CIS. S.. II,,s,.,.;R,, P. Ja.e
FCllCCs. C. 1 S aloD, . or T.-DCESCC,. C. " CD,,, B!
E{'ENING, a1 I,,,IC,,,.I 7 oI,,k, I,,ah HulI Nu, . LCD. CC,r, ernr
Thr ullaenng . the lar ofr tlirre fo the prraent quarter, endi g \uvr ·
RI, 1vIC, viz :C,,! SUDS, {C. P. IC,,,, 55,5 , SCD. A.I
D. GS11. ICCSrr, A. R. ISi. S'S Jo m· t I11IF.S L' CW7
*!CC.T.; ,PD (en CzuS rsCC, C.;C HpnrD . 55rru,5, . .A
Turvan, I OS.; Jur r rr m OS...VII IO CP h 17''EE
511CC,!,, I ~ IIS"Il II',, Bss CS-lr· arv~ ES S~
.I~xv Ittuý d( tgdnlI· 1 atreort; Hc t B ull N f 9 PavdrChn irl ·tr E.
SI,,,,, CISl; C.Ir etre.r; W. C. SC At.".. ,,,, ADIIC. ,,Cd TIa!,,
R. .:JllruIl~aas. . L.SC NCArrn. Y. SC.;b C~
IA,,,,fl .i,1,, SIt.Stark *Is,'CACH.SSC. bar ,C-1CC,1,,,,,aSnd
lnpnllrlill stn~ctal
WANTED.
W ANTED-A good COOK, not Irish. None
o,,7,o7o.-Oor 77 nt ogl wo7n rrr7o77 rn .0 .. O . mNo. 15
CANAL Sf«Er:'.
AVNTED IMM13EDIATELY-A good lBarge
or SELL BOAT, suit.J 7 fo0r 77oirK. For 0,t.r ofiurmaoo
apto0 7. 7o .77..ri~·. STTONE A WALWORTH,
if _ ti 7'l,"hnaitoulr l .Irert.
W ANTED TO IlRE-A first rate colored
Creoleconkt,7f hor whe n fair . 777ill . 70.i. None,,,7d
.pplyu nl00,. .ll r,,omoond.. Ing77 at thiq7,j 0. .77 .
W ANTED TO BUY-A PONY and LIGHT
WAGON,0p A07, rat l,7, Or 5, . 7,,o,,,ru, P.75.7'A AN\U
770070 STREET.T S. S'
2 DR. DAIrTO han this day received some
e7.o.. Vo io, eir A,,,. dho s t.ring proola,7 (.et to loontAso
_,I dn77e0. diseas of Small ro:, eau seure it by 7ppikatio0 7.Dr.
.. at his o757.0 No.7057. Chrle 0--t,. ra7. 707700 tf 2
CARRIAGES, CARRIAGESE.-
Ii 1t'm theu bast mnnnl~u.1trirn, + Illr..l, mv an d ln
:I. hr -stowa aro , a tnr ns ivallli ;; nd n,. . O . 7 7
77,7077. 1 r70.w 7777 t.7 eior s,,7.,,77 ,,, ,.al.,oco.7..t
the ntyr. Pnrcrlma n nr o ivvilyd l to a isn 11 all 1 «rnnlr our stor
hrfiole ranking thri rhlta s ·alsir
7 17 It. 07,70,7 IC7o ,.in7.0 C07o70,, Rr,,olnr,.
1,5 Ira 44 nud 61 Cnron~hd,"1 el reel, 'nion Rau, rnnlur r aý 1 lolraal.
R AISINS- 500 half boxes MIt RAISINS,
00 qnn rtr is'- du.,in ,L,, an for ,la b
ha A. P. VOCIIRAN A CO., 11 Trllhapilh.o.lnr ·rcrt.
T O LET.-A two story DDelling Reuxe,
shunted at thle canerr of C-, Hadll TrE16 4 atne·, wiooo.. E
I'or n tiraerr or nn Apothecary). Poumnrm+ n pmo imnlrdintclI. PP Y
CAEM , + 15 trlxý JI)I11 IIOFI`I`IAK "187 St lords sG
*"I. 1ORA No. 80 Chartresstreet.
R. IORACE SMEITTH lat of teLon DE o .O sod
Prionr i " 1 S(ý - to D.. -Nvl KvN" ....,.
;n EN sAr.LI7H, F 7.eoCII 0 7d 007, N,. LA 0, O.70.
Alen, in Wllnno and AtarxKrann.
0 0 Terms modA.... .0 Im. b
NOTICE.
DR. EVERITT, late of the London and Edin
bur1[lrh CrllrCIrx, IIAS RETURNXED TO NEW· OREAgNS, AND
MA~Y HI: CONSULTEDD AT N.. 6 RAMPARTL'I STREET, throeo dawn
from cl ~nnlr ul LClamI nln;,·l I'inl binliaip xlity Ilcle nn49 1 miss
1º77 i pnrk:+llps M.4rl(EIFF:I ~a. t, 2 and a.l
W.. oo lla07 Wi7.7 vr Ill0. R,.o. 7 WHAL , Ol. 7 ,
11' 14J., " PI ""
57y5,0 Wety 0b77ANNES7 "
'H a+ box.a 8PFR .\ hADDES.
'nO 1 Ilo Nn. 1 SOAP.
I b0 rhblla PO11CIOrO TE A.... For elll by
.19 i5tI C. 7. s77'ITBR @ CO.. 10 Trhs~pilob....
F IPERICK MADEIRA WINES and SAZE
Itec BRANDIPw
7Oli0eria 0 Co.e7 er O Td Rr 907777Madeira W in, viPLtnl of P7,0.
.10 177070. n 7.7710 t MIradira ,Min s
The Tsasb0lud 0rlr. 1", sfuoges Rf 195, 1799, 1902, 6077.
1697lISUANT, to 1170irc w -" s, othe nlm of onnr-t netn, and the
trae aurely, Lutog of our ownW ntwL
E. LEVE~m~l CH 2l CO..
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7IRE BRICKS,,,tc.-.00,000 En77 ish and
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J. M. A. BONN5W P. No.
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J A BONHAEVIS, 6tit RDh rit, Nnwhlaem
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J. If. ARMAT Pariah T Owust
An' Tt dur onroll of las0 . ........ ...... .... 18 2 - 18 9
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fn's lo LOUIIS BORDEUIN, Atdiiur
AMUSEMaNTS.
*.RLZANS THNiA ...s~ti~dy 7ap1p
PVRý.fr....y i-Will . aýJ'aai
LLACIDB'8 VARMIESI, 0iailm rat
FEIDAY EEJTR WrbIENy 4-il I.a b..
Upf BEl LF.'S RTRA1'iA EM-iENR. lb Milr l W
brrr~lMllilll,
.W - CIDaI Es· T E A R E a gl t n.St ig ht bi l
4-Ib 0 La lbrp. /Tar dy, M- C, l.lb, uil.1
1.~t ALEd IIIARL Aary..T QC~ATN.itsfr, b b.fpyll
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.prc; Wtlrr..r.,)Mltchl 1.
*ona ..ilb C.II I I117 aanhM li 1bl
*Ml. ., ki.VIJIEVGII'G TEl .B. a. ___ _ t obn
M .ON-d their R. E. IG ..OULAN IID'Y rVeom Y . Par
A-Tbw a- M tMIY AEd WE et Ptwtetan. in three ulrrl mf
PLfLE 7 70 FilER MA-PJTaTY ARE QUEEN
A. .b NDIN;INI AN n...IN7HII.11F I .I X thE
U -T w r. . . .. . .Nrll.ry.
ýANn RICE'S CIRCUS, on $t. Charles stP
LI! T T^"rt. P ero....Pini P f w.( ZR TM. º. w~
TIM )OREAT WMROP CR.., A.D yST1 R TO THP
h1tt, o1 tENGLAND.. M.Rir ¢ dP aannaaa U1 th e ha..r aU
l1141.iusgil..l rd tlb. F,,ll" Opnitag~od,.. rror
A.d.r 7.VaY .VE.G 6 thiU . week .. I , I W
M R. E. BOULAG. . from..Paris ;
·In PL.NIPT TO) HER WAAPmTY TOA I
u O L.l011,bO'r thi .wmr Ni. Wh t wi.l
OY..h.YD OYCP.RT et Armory Hallm BIDAY g
r"p'., gRo oe.. .2lm . ..eneill l l01 yS m
Artintt, el b the Ohntn feom the Fromh Op,
P ROD R AMIY !
r PART 1.
W...ihil. oT., a!.M., 1.11d by the MJb LI
f- th e Yl m·P ................. A.,.,r
lb". ."-.F u rieh TLarE. ena nn Lb·
Flute, by Mr" L. ryrridrr, tint llntr o! ms Imr
M.... 1. 0. lb. r ........ . .. ............L EF..S
A frIYtb.. lb. p atn·:
{....tlolo a tie firs : ecrated by r,1 Farmer
Wtb, GoRANiDch.pn... o PIANe lrlA, 1l111t ro,.. "
s....!i.eond Roetur..l .b: ................... . ....E. Heknn·.
An nwako ..Amorr, erracstd
hl.-F ,okO 1.r .ilb.. ...... N N... ....... ThL.A
PART, n
1.... lh ett- L. re.hat,,es croaor b the Orchutn
ut the k'rako pva ........................C. M. v le'
d....Le eae ie a tba Btaata I epas.ro atre
Polks ni HrrR nntra"""".::h..." .".. L. M 8 mbasn.
Grand Duo fu PL~~u. W Yui -ertor L Bnl"egr
Mli~att Tell, sl~etad by Mr.Jbq Lads o
4 .... F·otaaL Ooen tre lnme. Mr. yr" $ol.a
tr, otFluk otL·ý lfrwA ...T...' b,..
ibis M+' the nth o oewp tarft.
.wltbanil, a tlrl it BI Mom mp"lll)Ttbi
lkaiet to .ee the key which h. "Ybn)·........S I~Ie~las r
6....t nod ucb from h. Pwgpt, e1 eakr by h.
(ýf YD nUN PIA.YO ""..." .o )+T' rrsm
Cý''eOCISR il edbe4" ed y Mr.JAIYThal ddera
tl:" Frmnrh OP.-.
G7" I'rier f alia~ion >tl. Tbkek rats lb bad·t th. uir Stme
Wr. T, Jr;- anr{ Tl~r d: kwrR; tda A the ri J06oHk.
rrr I~nnn new at hulf u..r " -nti-ti ._ ý._ ° _..
n np. n u "'l- a; [:; tleen LOtU1a ·L 1 A o'CLock fe
GRAND CONCERT-VOCAL AN
INSTRUCMENTAL-At the LYCEUM DEALL01,...d
dies tn ynftte Square, o, WEDNESDAT EFVNINOH.Vbb Il.
GI ., I r the. broad[f 1 Na FIREMEN'S CHARITABLE
ASSO/CIATION, by Sios. F. LCCIANI.Rs..tGdby Lhe L
dir ul Gentlemenwbe tn. indly rolonute hrir ol
Moe. W IDEAWIN AOT.A RARtE'S?!, of he Orleans ThsS!,a,
ho 1. HI of F. UaIA i. ]1l., l. HOWARD, 'd the PLAeId. V-e.llI.
by cerrt eT. Plri.{e
3RoN.AHN, SENI'H. , ORi T. . 'RMFOL ESOTREBAR RI 11.
fhkaae Theatre. dd other Artiste end Armtetarr rilh art erallaa
OolH.bu o! Fory t STIios. m of t.he AHAi,- .s the Fo.
cotnu olden,
A. 1.TRCST wdl ,sI tth, Pi0. ,
'Ff1 n If,) LYCfEI'1[ TM, he,, Dor nSIbrred for th. 0,w
amt ca·otl n rP CUIo aplyiS g W T. IATYONS Muir SMo, ,No.
IIt.rr. d a.110 M. ,Hs i ad Boo Store., 10. pri'd.4 l.d els rtT , rtoI
rF' Pdrin. Ady,, ., Done Do11. Lt.o. open *LIp.u sir
o'ciurk. [:aae rl N cmmene at hdF-Ire' sevn. ebb t
(GRAND DRESS ANI FIREMINQ
- HALJT Ir o L +D_ BOO PH-E SATFIR A IIMEPA A NH. __
88, attl 5.2. G ,,p, ~ STUUI
Febnww ry 14, ORL556. P-4 rC pprepri. td for n now &lpinc.
SENIOHGAL ANASGERS:
T. C. P-l.. Jhn TIoLI, J. C.M1I.R6lan, I.EC. LmoSO,
Lrrlavu I+Ia E. Maer, O. \V. }ubtwll, to nAdams
E.I..,o,,rr,., Lan.G.ios,, W.I.Smt, LC.D IHao,
0, Birr, W. H. Soli, .Fo.I EL ..,
O. ~ ftoN~rtsrm E. J. Mc~overn, m. Cnllcmder,
Fredf. looe, fohnb HElay, J.T.JS'.ndOIiO ITI. .IIi~
John 8. it.
EM ADIMIOOION ONE DOLLAR. LI T.CF NP 6
TIHIRD ANNIVERSARY BALL OF
T AHHINROND FIRELOOMPANYN, Ll. A-A GRAND
DREHATIND FANCY BALL .-AI be given by the 1lar0 . om
1pull5. he ARMHORY 'WALL, Camp Doll. otlSATRDAO
RIGHT. H AO..oy YI, 116.
CMANAG O IRS:
H. WhI O Ris. H. C0 M,11,111, TORIphI. oo
Claude Brtlgtlien.. BrorH« Breokl, Juhnmelom i
B. Wh -.-.n, R, Aoeuu 8 Than
Wm, Ciuvrln thiting, J. b'. Gnber
Wm. it. G.rlOd, Wm.. Shddl, I. C: TUiId,
Mao,.Ir.LS, H. L BRoio, I. f. LoIthao
H. Tdlddos, J. F. SOIlA, L.A. iedry
F. J. H.,sOl, E H.F,.1id, .L, ,Oeie IIG
Y.D~arbm dlm heeIA
F. do 1.IAII.Il, R.L H. DBll O.elSai y.
C oMPENEE HF INVITATION
0.1. lab.lt, Al... RobertsR, 1.., SIrrll,
Herny I. L0Ot, TobR Ehzaeport, Daniel HSSri,
Samuel S. Ilognu, Aný rpi l
FLOOR MANAGERS:
T.ma.l S. IIIRIR, John, plFbI..s,, B. 10I.,
AleI. RoHer..,, HIeory J. LaS.t, HIurS J. 0010.
#I' Ar m n lI. Ti,.Irlkelca. l~haTdfal l IO lI r ulEIbra OI
or at the floor on the nrnin ,r of te BM.l
tfI Ltd." are .1qllEld to L1g their InTittiTBIIHE., R one ran he
dlraiedwlihoII ut . Hills t
'Y~Y"'Y IUIYL inlr td
AICING ACADEMY.-MR. P. CLIS-nI
SEY repetluhy i Lors.Ih k Ladiesl and Gen~e ,
O iam Uu his Dmaing Aeddem u now open at No. Ilal
Poydrw t-rat, between St. Charles Md au-ondelpt A-1.
C1uaforgenlfr fmhalpant d ll 10 esey ight.
FENCING ACADEMY -B" Mesg. e.. dg:
ROSlERE. nrmar of Cummm nd St. ChulaS atrs t·
GREAT EXCITEMENT.--The celebrated fme
LNI1ONT, fromBrnum'el ll.rumn, NewYork, bru reamnod b
thi Al- from her reent riwit to Blorl, and hold. Lrr dail court nt ht
reeldte, No. 114 CAodrlee DtI, letwAn Prnlio,,.ad P.VE.
Irue t; fur the roee )ion of ill ho wish wu be infiar d of {Vnrfal
gnr.v.tlunsm ot LIe most ncierotie Prineiplee of Phronoloy- and Palmin
r. Th faT t of her fN.orLle and orect predction .o M' e JIny
Gid, d ari eg her stny i. N-Orlenne, hae emnted the bteut wudJr rand
Hundromaynnnt wher known. The log ridaon o., nmm Lmoot in
dh o·tt, and hlr communication wit Eastem Mgl, have given h.r the
advnh tge of occult knowledge pouew d by no onse •o in lib country
gePesmnu iling ima.rl-t lw slta Pending wilU ind t to thLir od=o
L..L y.IIlIFI, Oil·d .L.L,, HAD, il
mlania L.'I nl. in this city Linq linlitwd, he hal reducel Irlr~ Pr
Co n. for LIIluire and One to i re tlemenr _ OU B
A RIVAL OF Mine. ADOLPHE.-THE ORI
i. VAL. INSURPASSED AND JUSTLY CELEBRATED mi«.
07DILPHE, THE UNIVERSALLY ACKENOSWLEED DREATF:IST
OYTIIATIIIEST IN TIlE WORLD, AND THE SAMlE DI~STIN.
(IIOIIED LADY WHO CREATED TIRIOUGIIIER ALIVLEI.IOS
It" ELLATIONS OF THE PAST AND THM PRESPNT AD WELLAS
THll CORRECI PRFDICrAIONS OF THE FUTURE SlICH INTENSE
X( II'rEMENT IN ENGILAND FRANCE AND THE PRINCIPAL
CITIIE OF THr IUNITED STA''FD THAT Q4lETN VIfTORlI PRE
SENT'D lEi WITH ACOSTLY DIAMOND URIOACH, ANDDAIVL
,WEISTEtI WITH A RICILiY JEWELED HING, IS NOW ILH
IRLE6AN, IIOADY 7IV ILIIVAIFE VISITORS ATTHE WRFSikUR
T'rI .lADA HOTEL, CORNER IS T'IClOUPITOULAS ANDJULIA
STRELETS l (lil {'ATE EN1`Rhrk: ON JULIA STREETT FIFTH
yX)H Fi1II TICHU NILOITLAS 8TRET,) WHOM Sfl WINLL
NFIRDM ALL AIOUT THlE PAST TIHS PRHOU NTP AND rIHII
l'IITlRE, IF THEY ARE BARIIIELt El NOT AND {'HEN AND
WIlD LADY OR HUSBAND THEY WILL 11TV OR Bt'DINESY
O)F EVEIIY DLSCRIPTION. MYSTERIV[OS ANSI AI..O(T SI
POSIOBLE AS I[EI PROF SFESIN .ASPEAItS.,IIECOMHS REIY).I
•IENJI)D BY SO1 ItlOHIILY I(IElV'TABLE SOURCES. AND WITITH
(O INNUMSIERABLE DERTIF N..STES OF ACENOW'LED.EDI
AXTIIASRDINARY POWERS ANDi SKIL. THAT ITF PFFCII'DFS
ALL SUPPtOITION "It PROBABI II.ITY OF IDE(EP'I NOiR IjI`F
SITION AS MA.Y OTAIEIl TER , PIALrTICE.
1I CONSULTATION IEEV'F. ROM RI TO 3. LADIEI NOT OF
OVYI•iA MORE THAN FIITEEYN MINUTES. S CENTSONLY.
YINSIULTATION IOIURS FIOtM EIGHT IN THE NIORNIND T'ILL
E A. NIGHTH.. jH .
MILLINERY ANI) FANCY.
NEW GOODS AT LOW PR1CES.-Mrs.
CLARK, C('RNER OF POYDRAS ANSD CARODELET
BONS AN D ESM.ROIDERI ES ES. n treeh ezpphly L.AD S' \,H
KID GLOEVES HEAD DRESSE ANTD W YET EDS (Y)MB8 AND
MANY OTI.EA FANCY ARTICLS, SUIITABLI PISA. ALL AND
D)IIIDED , winc na oItli-I. nt .r lux 's..
Mr|r,..'I.ARK ,, l r for,[h, fill ornlrt, 6i 11 ... ]. . the ef o
,,,.:,try. .yfl li2cl ,ri , m,.S wtl, diat,. . ju'.
R ICII SILKS, PARIS E1IBROIDE -
EIES AND EXPOSIIION DRLSS )1DS.--. 1 P.
SCANLAN , C0., No. 1 CHARTrRES STREET., have JutI
eJ n INVOIIF. of MAGANIFICENT EXPOSCION
PA.'TIED IIARFDES, MIOIISSELINE DE EDI nu CI-"DD
PARIS Ala, PLAIN CAMALEONPOUETI DE SOIE, IN ALL' T.}I
FASIIIONADLE COLORD. AlS,, AN INVOI'E ES PARIS EM
IROII)EHRED AND TRIMLED CHCAAISr ETFS AND SLEEVED.,
TRINMESl EMBROID.EIStD LINEN CAMBRIC HIEANDKRTEHIRIF
ITRIRMED GUIMPF IH HEMBROIDERED JAIOIATP ANi
oWISS ..SLIN ROLjrIjgIRTS AD SLEEvE s et..
t6 theLir lar elh·k o PA~tIS SIILLtNHRY 7EAAH3 NGSE[AN
PIL S FAS PAL PARASOLS, ASSEMNTIIES, FSRING F, RIB
BONS, ILOVES BARADFS RICH SI.KS AND OTHEI. DRESS
tIgDIS, TIIEY "ILL SELL AT TIE LOWEST ARKE1.T PRICES.
rSr MILLINRY ROOICI_ ON THE SOCOND FlOOR, jnn]ls t
NEW FRILNCII MILLINERY-NEW
h GOODS VERY CHEAP.--N. G. W. ROPER, N,. 1.5.
PoyIr-e etretE uI t reepeltuI Y lllfonnI tie IIdie, [I.t bhei
Lw, IaL will ,.rsahmtly keep l ,u"! .&ntlfuui .t.¢t na en t otiO
BILK IONNS.TS, STRAW.. HONES,
RIBBONS FLOWERDE
PATASOLS 'MBlSorDERIED
I Da , Dln.vR T . I SIEIIS, TOILRA1A RT CLR
IL Country ordl pmptly ttTudud to Old Bometo eleaned ud
t , _. ... o, 6.
FRENCH DRESS MAK(ING.-Mrs. G .t
W.ROPER, No. LIb I'uydra. lrrrl. nrilm u tim ut
lR bs ndir to MANTILLAS -l~l and tnu~o w w hich ek Lx
nRF·ff an ARILAS Ilu by Ler ealvrieneml frmeb
Dress ]lnkrer. 4W Iv., plan~a ca1ll uud "xlunil. L u v-urau..· · dr n~
M RS. BRYAN, No. 106 Canal0steet,
tY.L spccinll intolum. Lcr !rlllnd· ull rustoulnnn. that .ha
hnrloaiyld ne iunwnlal of N ,1 VlI ~ild.Ikjj AD
FANCY II DSIDA eoF1A A LAj.r ' It .
NCfS,RIIJBAN AF D LOLRA0,E , V rJ rvul .o( r
TP~iii'illtlSiSwrlirl .ha wil~enll al maluraN prieen. DRE 9wS Ilml
in the · Il.· t s ele rind rat lill toltwlt ¢.tie.. nL6 Io
N EW GOODS.-P. W. WOODLIEF, No. 18
C, Ch.nr, ,,0o t, ' ph.As . f .Ail* \\.lllrsifp BWA l.
,uioud I, E .,pir City, a5 by the .,lia ,.,A,0Afi,, ,.wYIrk, ,A,
Cn rand HSIC', an AUUnment of FP~CuoA.A I. -] CCA blFnANCY
AND STAPLE DRY ASSES, h,,otflL uA.*wuscl a.va.rir.s
Amd rrChnarCC 'l, -hlh he now FB n WII~hAESALE AND SWIlLn'.z
to Ids ouoteroun luttrn· at very reduead prices. The a luak cuodal in
Ap ofthlf11 pag, A.
Colored rn % Silk.; E h, . nch, amt nAri AnCAli
Stri Ind' .mACASilkA A F k -wr- of AlV liN.
nlitglr oI-d plain Fault de Sole; Gemlan and F-1, l Iwierq
PA5d, Sd A SAund AC; Ahit, ad colored Sil
Extra richI and Ewllroid'd F nod Ha ir~al How..
Chwlgnble wrd Chend Fxyou-B1 OLOV4 AND AIITTS
Elnlbroidarod D-mk aw n urod o5s iahruoS~c
puult d.Suin ; FWiruWm,1 Yilet, of nrcrg $i
Erfnr ricL Clhluryaahl and Chwn rip~iw1.
lean 'unI' dx Soic LACK GOSDS.
SmulA plaid high coreld J., for ANy .1g c Aud a .1mhnonl
FlAmeA, . .and Flpaidwc, oD0evlery G 511kSlk IsA ,A
hA g dralor; vIt a:
A few end rcolurcd Satin.; Spir-1 a 94 diht
NA IeiS". .110rlor SAney 1ND. p N
C.ubroa SA.,.k,., .40,.dx ,t ei.
1:o-redd Silk Ylnl·; nru lrdd·l·
arch ChW. Satin striped and irLh sod 6ernu. Lene Wan
Tab1lur. I A'EruA E' SHOULD
Fr~eud' anil Iiugluh ern , ter"L ia abre idfi piio;
.nleu-Lin-wlAl- s ub.d rd rt clored bodere
colors, M every ru~tn [ e D ni 3»,rikolrdLc
I -s . p, d l pitdWp Aand A . P Sit. fwd W5, ..
Suwrior isk nd ol e phieet Aurktc
SI,,rad CAu ,, A,' SR AN RESNK G ROOF
SACSar. .51r 55.W
Crae 6nwy me I taptd ndt 8.;. d ot
R. . CRANE'S SHO l~UmllboULDER RAC AN
SUIPPORTRR.-ThI fyin ip1o I.M~menmt mqpporto the whole
nn a ad 4ot Brut sles b ar ms~oeein ith k·Iaf or akmrs
inthi BokChat or Side .b- - relief oiioa nd Oadllg Md·.
hsY ee wnt and d je~tb,.tenY ad l g 't'h roewlnlslme or
these predispooud to eonounbtron, nay be Fattlb bomfit l ad hav
LtCall anrandon ehs BRAC ·I d aarino yow..llra.
annuuY1. Ararat for the Swt,
10 .reNwA- gn o R BANNNMNNBING CRI.EBRATrD BODY
HR~~1·O blanl7 F7"R
lac a
ºur~i rsr~ Ie6ac
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it O~ei0. P
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t'dnýhtal fa"1
Lv I f a. 13.fp u wa t
e fi t aa n
wi-ga Po of w W et a tae f d
- 4t iatortaeaed b
ffim n rw
k"r a ýdcdlgf ara. ra as
"I, innr tsQ
LOTS N-oltt~a
ýd, ýtgýý oelq str *
;tie d ze[rod so n ier Wý2
`a `9DCFIESN LOr F O$ t F-~L*'4*· riiJ? I ' u,
r'ýimte i P ýý.
aiGm t.eenrý n fe oi
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eteee UP
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dr tnL aaatr ( etm t rr
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y.,. 1d
Dune M IfllllroUirdts~t
trae .. Late 9, A y q egg Det'tere
8. TW IIYI'8 Oir
D aatLoy Yw are it f 1
b 1,ie ~rt LtNe m eOY rq . e
Ie eert e . t Yo 8 an fe otI rr
Yrw Le ee etea4 I b A .L t, 7 X 4,IS
19. i 19,18 74 71,4 boo eo h. r
9,kIElO aO R U Dm h o r - Ireeyh,
[AN Lva ndPbo ·etLnnrI lce ndc
Lot 2 man the stowof at 7awa, dae a
etrn4
Lo 3 ndi "tmFetn o Yw eesre4
lo I L T F R O D lp aeLomid h akt
Dalrd]ybaed ewLeveb Zin! oe
rru. IaeT hnnndhPDetý') tq' etei r
aw dpetisgmf ee~etimo wll pto dM5m W
One 4 the 4.3 .. kie ii aa 93 t1 . the t of
bpe eaamrmit A aN lu edi
Pei, xghn n cU R .ea o ý ý b _ 6
A UCTION NOTKICE-The untie sgners b
wi11~~ ~ Ol[TtllilS Al'tA$ CUR!', SUy
SALES .,oh..1UmtRf detIM~"OUT-Dt
FRUT,.1. a1 Thl aarr CARGOES OF
- ILUANH $CAlE..
RW1VR. AND MW~
ROR NEW YORK--Merohanhara.nW 1
r mS-Es, it .550aP7
Willd 0TPsalDRY-G.555;"
11f: , tw 'Fo
W14TLArlr Ml o sc a camp r
QR NtEWp YORK-With Dis
lU Eldh Or urte tooar
UBb d Fb.UdA
Mnrký'tordto a (1 *Yi
FOR BELIZE, "on ll uaat4
.hI' .mh THORS PUE SG' h.U rhe
F UUU e, UhU lg har E im ile ahpB o. t
thren h mdred In rfr . t pr t of
jr·ss 1.{Rt.Tlla OB~ aA C rmnol treet.
FOR VER. CRUZ-The -A 1 Brstssil
g a ·hoonrr BONITA. Joseph Fbba. asr, ' gl~b
Dlvt of her rmrg eugagad, riLI (are i~teh. For eight oi~B
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FOR V1CKSBLURG W
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Will IUYUI TUESDAY, F.Ioo. I "WA 4.
FOR ST MA"RTINVILLE, XSL F
IBER~IA FRANKLEU, PATTERS. VIF.53
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