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a etheof.Ba e ,otorw e ew th. n .rote eretofored the Wardet of thi Im&bu rsemnWt hd the r ul 0th sonth ot l aoh ues, and a mmit oi tte Clei oftteed a a Stow reot neart hib .?I<wi fxthe, soompany . j ...a . . w , ' o, theGo.. tee on fhem r the o the tbj tolyho toMrh ti: t*o arferred the jay to .Mwua t rhefeoeghe S n the warrnt of the eatint pMayto Dr.b ° r0 i Pd twi e,, that rulee " ofthe rajleeel -ar theo-ege of thde or ea'nw tolbe Mantel Shatjilloslayoe new beld i one h totite I oerpoobtione of the een atdb thdutyof the keeper nelildy, hoonelalely 00 the paeeaee of hat there sheallbe appoltoed by In the month of May. aonevry i, r two _years from theist of Jenoo Ishybe aeoot earaoou obp woy ·10.tshere peserlhed by this Ooeoo hetibobeoje olBallloploor I. Gtltose. mved that the 8d section be that said keeper shall re o a year, and a compensa dicosm for each prisoner. was adopted. S oved toetrike out of the4th see part which relates to assistants. onrdinalee as amended was then ifroJ. ,Sherwood, praylhg to be o t is slave, Jane, was re S Committee. tion from Mr. Willis Main, ouc for dauhage done b Ca s ule street, was t C teeon Finance. d ih BoardofDirectors of the .ackon Railroa 'Company, tof way for a double track a street, or any other street holdere wiould consent, was to the Committee on Streets SDvion No 8, Bone of take sense of the peo ai..ipohflbtion of the sale of itts1 e ilty, was referred to the ,;Chairman of the Judiciary t the following report, which therlbeing dispensed with : ees ey ter named, havin sebf the laws relative to the emauoe at bs they ar hereby authorloed to veiy, the slaves hsreisaater named, ey emalolpate the slaves Harriet and s the slave lierre. taeolawe Sophie. aed sav te remain n'. igaulpatsne. OII oD oDINANcrSe. onared the following resolution, Swas referred to the Finance S ssuwrsr pa' uon the wambt of himit a essesses inursred in peblioc. lob. Sth-weetern Railroad Iosrenttlo. , the above resolution was referred t Committee, lsbeig dispensed with, the following o. presented by Mr. Burke, was th fe on Btreets and Landlngs Cwnstl be lxtrOted to confer with the 5 (lus a toi relation to thebs necessasry poela niform rate of charge io offered the following reeolu ii w adopted, the reles being sus lt~ . sa, be sa.d a5e hereby Oe pe. e Post of said Dlltriot with, the following Sprd of Assistant Aldermen ewOrlsas, way1, 10.; t , e he he to t nsi herewith the hy the Board of Aslststnt of the 4th and 7th inst.. tnd epseotioy asked, to wit: t hnee ofrhwharf, at the foot e of the nw (hstom. aet l the omptslia tosellataso i s a Oee of twenty dollar to L. are d allpoPolsh 5nes foa,lgvlsn iatslaselate OhlsMyer to sell sixty-four aoý tyt NesOrlees by the late `" Oee?55of th5 O seesn Coup earnest Ohs tease of Wm. Randolph, of the Coa toprleo tosl ih t ast th . e ep tathe .t~~mtflttie 16h- hter. u Trlot heM..eoatn o greferrSdtoth, as' t5 o n the fet of Deeeber SDten treep the wharf in tai amend by giving the use' *Dte 35th elf Beptelaber. was carried, and the resoln dadndpted. $en o hm t 3oard of Assistant Al . afotxug the Comptroller to sell the .at .for ,Nmansea Boat weas referred to 4060il lt* on troetq and L andings. 'oie htlng rheeesoltions from the Board of Asisteant Aldrmenr ware concurred in, the ruleetbeing" nupended : Retsee, Thatth e T eroay othe wannt iof the Mayer, to Mr. L. L .'ridtwenty dollar y Wheeeas, the Ctommetonere wopnteewibythe Qposemon Ooeaeil to take the tensus of the dldernt Dittiacts and Wards of the.olty of .ewrOrlaale eqeenty meet with obetaelee and oppeltttinotitg theidneormattn eim poed pon thet by the rtiee ainting to " nCommis to,ta he Oeara lajeppvad May O 18 and e.' of oti~eeqreederlt essentially .thez> eheivadei bhe it therefyore chatas iherowithlimposed he ety of NfwOrlieanaon .,. onreafit" to aenwer the i Sfm.ia;Cour .. -ath taLke lihaO" in'a thoe-ordilnand relativeto the ".._. d~eaid.ase shall be paid - th etmetef habe at oityeo o . in to reeive the sameto for "*Mhelfl, Titrthehiayorbe. and lhe i b ·arby, author fleta ofepndite naet onf eale frthesnxty-heur O the lA. nd of oMrl;n M. emlthe aswent ; hiady it'We thai tin ooa e nditres should on tept tb the same n erw inthe hands of the Mayor. oul: Coittherehfave, Be By .mt: hat ordinanses of pathe Munipardinnes. aonfol bragoontaey ommitte a ae authorityt re rcn t the Cacael, to order and ontran t for wort itd the o pendhture money ane wherenatheloth e s o he the Act of Oonolldationeontenplattan well atett potoiy dietattes, that an expendituren should be kept mest ena pottble nac ere the rooto of or olothe Coatle e thereifore, Br ite ereoee. That all ordhnanet orprts of oeordinanoes conferriog on any tommittee authority to order oron tnat for aok, snpptie aor any thing lovolving the ex ponditure of monny, be, and the same Is hereby, repealod. A resolution from the Board of Assistant Al dermen;, to cancel the lease of M1r. Randolph, lentee of the Third Distriot Ferry, was, on mo tion, laid on the table. The following resolutions from the Board of Assistant Aldermen were alseo adopted, therules being dispensed with: Reeted, That the Comptroller sell at auction, iafter ten Jaye' notie, the o ontrat to clea the draining eanals of the First,Third and Fourth Dtriots. according to epepol eatlons on file leei the'Sture or's Oice. Terms, cash: pymedt to be made when the work is flnished. Each Dlstrlot to be sold separately; the Councilreserving to titf ttie ight toi pet all bids or adjudications made for se That the turveyor be, and he Is hereby, di reotedt have the salieet opened from the river, so as to llow the watert to flow through all the principal streets whenever t is expelient to do so. SThe following Mesage was also read from the Board of Assistant Aldermen: tBotn or ASmaeNs Aoaaunt., } NewOrleans, May 11,1862 [ Lthhel Hen. Preid.nt and Ijbera oe of tie Boerd rfdierem : Oeaea-I beog to return herewith the eaclo.d or tUeanoes and resolutions passed by your honorable body. and to notify you of the ooneurrense of the Board of As ,istat Aldermaen therein, to wit : An ordinance to 0rgapiae the Department of Police of the City of NewOcteaos. AredlutionaNuthorlmin' theTreasurer to pay certain rns on the warrant of the Comptroller. An odoerd e relatieg to thoe House of lefge. An ordintnee reglatig awninge, sheds, and hanging A resolutton relative to the seourtltes offered by O. aýByR. Comptroller, W. IH. Garland, ereasurer, and L. iL Pi, Sutrveyor. A resolition authorieing the Comptroller to sell at aco .tion the eontrtat for wooden bridges. A rseoltion authorlsinegthe Chair to appoint a Com mattes of three to act on the Flsh Library. I beg toinform you of the adoption, also. with sundry mendmets. of A resolution uthorlaing the Comptroller to aell at anr tion the contenat for rnninge the Drainiog Machine of the second District. An ordinance relating to the Clerks of the Recorders of the Flet, Second, Third and Fourth Districts. An ordinance concernoing the Street ('omlsaionere De partment. The amendments of the Board of Aldermnen to the reso lutione suppleamental to the ordinances providing for the aubsoelptton by the City of NewOrlees to the stock ofthe ewYrleane,Jaehoson aod Great Norther. and NewOr leans, Opetousas and Great Western teilroat Companies. abangingthe time for holdinlg the election for imposing he tax for said objects, were concurred in. I also beg to inform you of the rejecl in of the follow ing resolution and amendmente, to wit : A resolution authoriaing the Olerok of iteorder Seuze aeau to purchase books and statlionery. t ". Atnamendment of Board of Aldermen to, the ordinance outitled "An ordinance prescribing the, :, onnor of holding erletions for imposing taxes for works of internal Im provement&" allowing widows, singleo twoten, etc., to vote hrtough theirAttorneya. ere. An amendment ofthe Board of Alder:en to the ordi ane entitlted "An ordinano prvldidg t'ir the eubscrip ton by the City of NewOrleaus to the .'ohk of the New )rleans, Jackson, and Glreat Northern Ie:; road Company," hanging -the time for the annual payel ate of the tax irom six to three years. Mesars. Heermann. Shaw and Nixon a ,re appointed on the part of this Board as the Committee, t", act on the Flak Library. Iamn very respectfully. - Your obedient sarere.'. W.T.oo H. P,. ,e. Seeretary, On motion of Mr. Clark, the 1:,ard took up the ordinance from the Board of Assistant Al dermen on the subject of the New 'rleans, Jack son and Great Northern Railror-, Mr. Converse moved that the ii ard of Alder men recede from the amendment hich they had introduced to this ordinance, an,' that the ordi nance, as passed by the Board of Aossistant Al lermen, be concurred in. The motion was put and adoptl 1. The ordinance prescribing thew unner of hold ing elections for imposing taxes I .. works of in .ernal improvements, was then t:'. en up. Mr. Giquel moved to persist in !'te amendment which had been introduced to th:. above bill by the Board of Aldermen, by whichl vidows, single women, and others holdipg prop)" :y at the time of the election, shall be permitted : vote through their legal representatives, or by written power of Attorney. The above motion was lost. Mr. Converse moved that thb ordinance, as passed by the Board of Assistan Aldermen, be :oncurred in, which was carried ;y the follow ng vote: Yeas: Messrs. Burke, Clark Converse, Gi quel, Sewell and Harris-6. Naye: Messrs. Gasquet, Laba it and Lugen buhl--. On motion of Mr. Giquel, t' :, Board went :nto secret session on executive siness. The following nominations ma: by the Mayor were confirmed : John Youennes as Chief of P 'e. Thos. McGovern, Captain of t Second Dis frict. Saml. Caldwell, Captain of t'' Fourth Dis trict. The following nominations 1 le by the Ro iorders of the respective Dist: :s, were con firmed: Messrs. W. W. W. Wood and O'Leary, as Clerks of the Recorder of the F District. Messrs. L. Bozonier and .1. ,.nois, Jr, as Clerks of the Recorder of the Se :. District. Mr. S. P. Farge, as Clerk of .. Recorder of the Third District. And Mr Simon Newberger. Clerk of the Recorder of the Fourth Distric: The followingnominations, m. by the Street Commissioner, were also cbnfir Mr. The. P. Williams, to b, ')eputy Street Commissioner in the First Distr Mr. Erastus Wells, to be A tant Deputy Street Commissioner in the Firs. istrict. Mr. J. B. Corejolles, to be )eputy Street Commissioner in the Second Dis "t. Mr. J. C. McLeland, to be A - istant Deputy Commissioner in the Second Diet' ct. Mr. Gaspard DeBuys to be eputy Street Commissioner in the Third Diste" t. Mr. John B. Fitch to be Dept y Street Com ,nissioner in the Fourth District. Mr. Michael J. C. Quinan to Clerk to the Street Commissioner. After which the doors were o; ned and the Board adjourned to meet on Tue, 'ay, 18th inst., it 6 o'clock P. M. CHa. CLAaU,. ns. Secretary. Married: Ou W~dn~zdI ' Ma t in this clt, by the Rev. Mr. Duu,.u Mr. ins a wewc. ae vof Ns.Yori, and Mi. SUAN A.. s.bcs., tOur M.d JSne. it a jeweler of ra. dirauuiu.o, aud .e doubt lt tht i his uel etimo be ha rred a true bllitent, which will reSlt -.-eh hpPee n him through life. W.e ionly wih much joy to Ith youth" p.,.) _ Died: On Thnr 1May I$8 OARDNER BANNISTER, odly as of Naths. I' sad Rhaa Saphb *,.c.OeO.mts 50ad dy.. 3' Th Merl.d aud .se0 ,tan... or th. fsmy are requested to ntread the uneal, fom No, N Benamin str,0, THIeIORNING, at 1 o 0oek0, withoeut uther udUoe. a Thu.day, May 19 Brother SAMUEL STRAW, aged 5 yem. Th. ambe. ro the Lde&rwmnm'h BeMwolent Aood o are nqueted wto atLte the Oarl of their deeM: d brother, from hi late resde,.c ,M Race streel, on FRDAY, the ldth iostsot. l .nembenn are uot. 5..s to meet . rthe dal) .t t.p.t 'clck. By oeoer of the Pideu. A. D. PERRY, Seretary. o, Wednesday mt or, May 1 at 9 o'clck JESSE POTE.r . atjl, 1dtmt e-Iy. o Ipswteh, Mtw., msa for th histr 48 year ]Ts ' .Bo.ad Ipswi5h apsn wirl ple5 m opy. tk Monsdy might, May 8, at Houme, perish of T*rbonne y4. S\Y0OS CIRNey RABY, lp., ofm tm , p0rih of AiTsumte, Ls., toqy ., , sa .OO ,I. nuit 5-..ma 3A!LY CRESCENT. It NEW ORLsLNS DAILY OREIIOIN 0,iII,b AnA . GOe RLYn aTm oT, OllF ub N I CITY OF N ORL EW aN" tioneerL' iaiesse iredp flS5Y 5ag e. -m heTm hend afr W a nts to dof ur e O rl ean. tAn da orl toinwemd........ is h e tn, eyral.ions kal ................ ............ 0 alne ie d.~to twlbeheM.dhi teio who n ti o ,N beth Oeas. orfor . ,onr rtt, W Adenrtum.renot itetd willb pushisihed o moth l dted 5eein O f5 heiee' s ueh odft ,.h.e sea sipi2 Ilnt nce e p pitprppr - bu n it.il Y aid nt 6 eNreasae, even threi d Sh .blb s er L OJP, ICI.L, JOURe NAnL OF THE CONSOLIDATED CITY OF NEW ORLEANS. FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1862 StFor Sheriff's, Censtable's, and Public Alo tioneers' Sales, see Third Page. The Wants of New Orleans. A day or two since, we summed up what we conceive to be the chief wants of New Orleans. We enumerated them in this wise: lot, The deepening of the Mouth of the Mississippi. 2d. Railroads. Rd. Free Banking. 4th. A perma nent and "stay-at-home" population. oth. A larger number of Mechanics. 6th. A Navy Yard and Naval Depot located here. These, we conceive, are the chief wants of our city.. We speak of it as a commercial point in reference to its commercial interests. We fully appreciate the fact that New Orleans isa great entrepot of commerce, and that she must regulate herself as the Agent or Broker of the vast trade of the Mississippi Valley. Notwithstanding our full appreciation of the general wants of the City of NewOrleans, it is claimed of us that we should take up particu lars. We can only do so in loose and vague terms. The city needs more extended and more effi cient lighting and watering. There are sec tions which know these things only by the taxes of the Gas and Water Companies, to whose in habitants gas-light and water-works are only a traditionary promise. To such citizens as may be interested, we can only give a reminder of their rights. Their next claim is for a full and efficient pe lice. The claim is just, and the police estab lished is plainly too slender to be efficient. It is not sufficiently numerous to guard the streets of NewOrleans. Where the responsibility may rest might be easily indicated; but we prefer, just now, to avoid making special charges. Time and experience will amply bring before the pub lic the facts of the case. If property be not sufficiently protected by the present police force, the sufferers will learn where to place the re sponsibility. The Board of Assistant Aldermen has industriously labored to secure a full and efficient police force. Another claim is, that the city should estab lish a House of Correction for juvenile vagrants and offenders. The claim is just. The city is overrun with young beggars, of both sexes, who continually infest the society of gentlemen, who appear to be responsible for a dime. We are not unaware of the fact that there is nomi .ally such an establishment in the city. What good doesit do ? To what use is it put ? NewOrleans needs what we have enumerated. Let the future say if she will or will not meet these wants, and answer the requisition of these responsibilities ! Economy, as it is styled-the false economy which boasts that accomplishing nothing, costs nothing, is the great stumbling block in the way of our city's progress. DEATH OF MATHEW ST. CLAIR CLARK.-The Washing. ton Union of the 7th says: We announce with regretthe death of this gentleman, who has been for many years well known in this city and in tWpolitical circles of the whole country. Mr. Clark wa for severel years Clerk oi the House of Representatives, and subsequently filled other oflcial stations with ability and distinction. In all the scenes of sectal lif he he was highly esteemed, and hie memory will be cherished by a numerous circle of friends. tr. Clark was in the 69th yearof his age. Te WnErELcEN BRteE.--It is stated that the passuge of horses and cattle over the Wheeling bridge during last winter has been immense. Since the 1st of December the number has probably been not less than 70.003. IUNGAIAre Beons.--Kossuth meets with more success in Boston, in his effortato get material aid, than he has, prebably, in any other city. Though his bonds are not to be redeemed till the very uncertain period of Hungarian independence, and pay no interest until that time, yet he bas succeeded in getting lid of $27,600 in that city. The Tranecript ays he wil carry away about $50.,000 from ioston. KosereT In Low LL.-Kossuth arrived at Lowell,Maas.. on the ith instant. and was received by the military and tremen. Coeeneanc oF NeYnaa.--There were no fewer than eixty-three arrivals from sea, at NewYork. on the 5th in stant, of which thirty-ceven were square-rigged vessels; of these, eighteen were from foreign ports. FATAL AreFav.-A difficulty occurred in Mitchell's tavern, at Stephensville. Ky.. on the night of the 3d inst., tbetween a man named Smith, who is the uasessor of Bullit eounty, and one Phelps. The latter raised a chair to strike the former, when Smith drew a knife and stabbed Phelps in the abdomen, causing his death almost instantly. Smith was arrested, tried before an examiuing court, and acquitted. BOATs vs. CAns--The NewYork Times says the HIudson Rivercontest isresulting, thus far, against the railroad. The boats carry the great travel, notwithstanding the low fares and rapid speed by rail. I[LLS B raRen, .-Tbo fine steam louying mills of Meaers. Iegweton, Kindlerly & Volt. at Port Washington, Wiscon sin. were burned on the 24th ult. Mills valued at $12,000. Insured for $4000. But little grain in the mills. We are indebted to the steamers Pacific, Swallow, and P. Dalmaun for river favors. Thanks to the steamer Empire for river favors. We are indebted to Captain Maloney. of the brig Amer iean. for late Vera Cruz papers. Thanks to the Clerk of the steamer Buena Vista for his attentions. Thanks to the Clerk of the flue steamer Southern Belle for late Loulisville papers. Lenr AT eTHE SHADEs--Another extra bill of fare is oflered at the Shades to-day. .-IIREMI: COIRT OF TetE UCITED STTaeS.-TlIGaI rdag. May I, 1052.--No. 139. Robert i. Barrow es. N. B. ll1.-Er eor to the Circuit Court of the United Stath s for the East. ern District of Louisiana. Mr. Chief Justice Taney de livered the opinion of this Ceourt. atfiring the judgment f the said Circuit Court in this cause. with costs and dtntges at the rate often per centum per aunum. No. 100. J. Aspden'r administrator et al.. appellants. r. . ATpdenos administrater.--The argument of this n.use was continued by Messrs. Reed, tudd, and Tilgh ne; for the appellants. No. 1e5. W. Bogart. ppellaut,. re. N. llart.--This cause eas submitted yesterday to the Court an the record and prioted argument by Mr. Bradley fbr tihe plaintiff in error. threEio er on BOARD TlE U. S. .te, Co.uS.-A letterin the Norfolk Argus, dated P'eracela. April 25. afterstatnig thet the U. S. ship Cyane, during her late cruise, was three times hard and fast ashore, ant wta with difflculty elxtricatred from peril, adds: SThis morning. through it very hie: ~ rain. for three or fner hours, the squadron and the , iterus of Pensacola rave been treated by the Cyann wi er tIe sight of a ma rine bing up an the iauide of the 'ari rigging by the r.iests ntd aekhes-a sight little lee, painfnul than that of rangiue by the neck. and a torture . reater to the indlvi duei soldiere" Mr. Thomas Denny Sargent deniee the right of Colonel Sremont to repudiate and diselalm the contracts entered into by Colonel Benton. for bis aerouunt, and has conm menced a suit against Premont, to establishb his (Sargents) rights. A Tttatce Peennaa-We have read and heard of hba. iones as . big as a piece of r halk," but we never heard of s three pounder until we opened the Louisville Time. a bar days sinre. That paper rays, during the late storm, a young physician, riding into the city in his phaeton. had his nose broken by a stone which he thinks weighed ibout three pounds." SINGUrrrn PARISrAN FvSTIrAL.-The annual Gingerbread tair commenced at the Barrier du Troe. Paris. on Easter luuday. It has been visited by over 150.000 persons; there are some 400 booths ladened with gingerbread, the pilers of which would reach round the city, if laid in sin gle Sile. T61egraphed to the "Dayil Crescent." LM tY~ eropis's ('reflla) lear. Ohio River--Markets. CIereCINATI May 18, 12 o'clock n. Th river here has allen ten inlhes since last evening. The demlnd for Flour this morning has been fkir,and the quotations at this hour are $8 20a$ 25 per bbl. Whisky 15to. per gallon. Bacon 1Sides 9S . per lb. New York.Markets. NEw Yoaa, May 13,12 M. TheCotton Market to-bay Ia firm, and'priees have an upward tendency. Middling Orleans 90a9%o. per lb. The Flour market has been active, and the sales amount to 8000 bbls. at $4 87 per bbl. There has also been great activity in orn, and the sales of the morning amount to 81000 bushels, although prices have a downward tendency. We quote yellow at 00%a6044, and mixed at 6n8aoc. per bushel. Barrel Lard 10to. per lb. PIrrseoeoH, May 18. There is 10 feet 6 inches water in the channel here. The weather is clear and pleasant. Oongressional. WaSmNoron, May 18. The House adjourned to-day till Monday next. In the Senate, the Homestead bill was taken up and de ferred. The Deficlency bill was debated, and Collinm' amendment was adopted. A resolution was adopted pro viding for the purchase of a rite for a Custom-house at San Francisco. A bill was introduced allowing the Stater of Georgia, Alabama and Florida compensation for loase: oustained and expenses Incurred by the depredations of the Creek Indians. New York Markets. NEw Youe, May 18. 7 P . A. The sales of Cotton to-day amount to 8000 bales, and prices remain firm. Flour is unchanged. The different quallties of Corn ange frm 1 to c5. per bushel. Pork and Lard unchanged. Laguayra Coffee 9sc. per lb. Ohio River-Markets. PITTSBURnGH May 138, 7 . M. The river here is stationary. CINCrmATI. May 13, 7 o'clck, e. n. Flour remains firm and the demand exceeds the supply on hand. Whisky 15%9. 11 gallon. Bacon sides are held at 9d, but some sales have been made at 9Bo. 5 rI. Steamboats. LOseVLLn..May 13, 8 o'clock, r. M. The Magnolia and Bella Donna arrived to-day from NewOrleans. and the St. Louis, Alex. Scott, Magnolia, Chancellor, J. 8. Cbenoweth, Europa and Gen. Scott have departed for that port. The river is stationary, and there is 8 feet water in theb canal. A heavy thunder storm is now prevailing. Gov. SEoMova'a MoEsAGE.sGou. Seymour, of Conneeti. cut, ha sent in his message to tlje Legislature. He is sound on the Compromisemeasures of the last Congress. lie sys that the State is free from debt, and advocates a repeal of all public executions. SERENAOE TO Mo. WEaerna.-In Boston. on the night of the 4th instant, Mr. Webster was serenaded by the Bri gade Band, at the residence of his son-in-law. J. W. Paige, in Sumner street. Some two thousand people assem bled. Mr. Webster appeared and briefly returned thanks. New JearPS MnD GEN. ssu.-The Democratic State Convention oft New Jersey has passedresolutions declaring Gen. Cas the first choice of the democrats of the State. THe JAPAN ExPEDIeTIo.-Commodere Perry, the com mender of this expedition, visited New Bedford last week, for the purpose of obtaining Information from our whaling captains in relation to the coast of Japan. and securing their cooperation inthe enterprise. Anothcrobjectwhich he had in view was to recommend that our ships which could make it convenient, should touch at Jeddo during the next season for supplies, thereby facilitating the opening of commercial relations with the country. CoN.ECTICC. LEGISLATURE.-Thle body met on the 5th inst.. when James T. Pratt, democrat, was elected Presi dent pro ter,.. and L. D. Bmrdley, democrat, Secretary of the Senate. In the IHouse. Charles B. Phelps, democrat, was elected Speaker. and R. Hittchoock and George Sayles, democrats. Clerks. There was a grand military turn out on the occasion to receive Gov. Seymour. THE UTAH JUDeES.-A communication to the Baltimore Soun, dated at Washington. 6th inst.. says : Orson Hyde; a Mormon. was nominated to the Senate by the President to-day. as Associate Judge or the Terri. tory of Utah. rice Judge groekus. resigned. MIr. Rioheards, a Mormon, was also nominated as Secre tary or Utah. rle Harrist resigned. Judge Brandenburg. of Utah. resigned yesterday. I have not learned the name of his sueccessor. B. D. larrisn. late Secretary of Uteh, has. I learn, de clined the Secretaryship of NewMexico, tendered him by the President. FIRE IN ..OUIS.ILLE.---n the night of the 8th inst. a tre broke out in the tobacco stemmery of Spalding & Campbell. on Jackson street, between Main and Market streets. which was entirely destroyed, together with a large quantity of tobacco. THE LATE PFAAL ArVF.a Ar COL.sMBA.-We learn from the Lancaster (Pa.) Examiner, that an examination of the witnesses in relation to the late transaction at Co lumbla. in which Officer Ridgely shot a fugitive slave named Smith has been had before J. W. Fisher, Esq. It is the intention of John L. Thompson, Esq.. the District Attorney, that the whole transaction shall be thoroughly investigated. Hie was present at the examination, and intends to lay all the evidence before Gov. Bigler, and have a requisition made on the Governor of Maryland for the person of Mr. RIidgely. Polsso.soo.-A London paper gives an account of the plosoning of three children, by eating ornamented cakes, which had been presented to them on Easter Day as a present from a friend. one of whom died in dreadful agony ; the others were saved only by prompt medical aid. The coroner, in summing up, regretted that many similar cases of death. undersuch circumstances. had come before him. and expressed a hope that a stop would bl put to the sale of cakes ornamented by such poisonous materials. CarTloN.-The large and commodious storehouse, with all its contents, of Mr. William Kelly, of Powelton. Bruns wick. Va.. was destroyed by fire on the 20th ult. The un fortunate occurrence was caused by the igniting of a lot of burning fluid, with which Mr. Kelly's brother was in the act of filling a lamp. It should be recollected that care is the parent of safety. SsOcle.o-At NeWYOrk, on the 5th instant, one of the boarders at Blxby's lotel, a Mr. S. B. Crane, of Miasachu setts. was discovered late in the afternoon. by one of the servants, hanging to the post of his bedstead, quite dead. 'iThe unfortunate man left an unsealed letter on the table, directed to his relatives in Massachusetts, in which he takes an affectionate leave of them, and begs to be forgot ten. telling them to shed no tears for him, as he iwas not worthy of any. Hie concludes his letter by the following sad words : " I would stay with you, but I have not the courage; it required more courage to live than to die." The next Woman's Rights Convention is to be held at Westchester, Chester county. Pennsylvania, on the 2d and "d days of June. The official call for it is signed by Lu cretia Mott. Sallie P. Lewis. and sundry other fair revolu tioniste. whose names are now somewhat famous among Da. IIA.n E-This celebrated bigamist pasted through Louisville last week, on his way to the Kentucky Peniten linry. The Journal says he created no little excitement at the Railroad Depot. A number of persons had as sembled to see hil. Ile acted quite boldly. After enter nug the car. he looked out from the window, and winking at the crowd who had gathered around, pointed at the Sheriff saying. "That is the man who has had fourteen wsives." ie is a man of fine personal appearance and elegant manners. Do.sTRCTIVE FIR..-The village of Auburn. Ala.. was visited by a destructive fire on the morning of the 2d inst. A large carriage factory and several other buildings were cossumed. Loss, about $25,000. NEWS BY TELEGRQAPf. LTST s Y THE: C ANADA--OOTro Cl.oshNG ACosRe lolcre PFtsM An DssoAnp tooD.--NNe'lork, May 12. TTe advlces by the Canada state that up to half-past 3 ,'clock on Saturday. the day of her sailing from Liver Ipol, the Cotton market was very active,. and prices re tained firm. The sales of Saturday amounted to 13.000 bales. of which speculators and exporters took 4000. It ososabluence of unfavorable wsanther, holders of fl.,r and morn were willing to accept aslight decline in prices. (It:NERsL Ns:ws.--The Crystal Palace is to be taken daow. Commercial advisces from India represent trlde verv dull. • 'The steamer Atlantic. from NewYork, arrived at Liver pool on the 29th ult. The Great IlBritain sailed on the ast instant for NewYork. 0LLo Ilsn-n-Maairorls-Cincinnati, May 12, 7 P.n.-The iver shere has fallen twelve inchels since tlhis morning. The sales of flour amount to 1000 barrels, prices un changed. Bacon sides Old, and shoulders 7%o. 7 i. S.rsA.naoas-Louisrille. May 1l.-The steamers Chan sellor, Cineinnatus, St. Louis and Bride have arrived this caoning from NewOrleans. and the Alex. Scott has de poarted for that port. There are eight feet water in the Canal, and the river is stationary. NaW Yos MaSaKrs--Nolo ork, Wedneosday night, May 12.-Tha sales of Cotton to-day embrace 1500 bales. Mid dling Orleans 9io., and Middling Uplands 9Sc. per lb. 's quote State brands of Flour at $4 1d a $4 25. Corn and Pork are unchanged since morning quotations. CsnoarscsAs-Wa.hingotms May 12.-In the House to day, the Report of the Printing Committee was debated. hut without action. The HIomestead bill was then taken up and passed. In the Senate. Mr. Shields reported a bill abolishing the Staff ina the army. Mr. Dodge presented petitions praying Isr graut. of land to the Hungarian exiles now in the Uni I'd Statre. Mr. Rusk gave notice of a bill to reduce the postage on printed mattsr. Mr. Brodhead reported a bill akinga It penal for any officer In the army to be concerned in sry contract against the government. Mr. Irwin re ported a bill granting lands to California for railroad pur poaes. The Defcitenay bill was then taken up and dChated astil the hour of a.journment. TssE O'RssLLv Ts.nIasarss Iss-IsamEoses Iinassr.s. -iWshiagtom. May 12.--The motion for an injunction by ile Morse patentees against the O'Relly linear, b'twren this oily and PhilaLdelphia. war decided yesterday in Philadel Isua by Judge Kane, who refused to grant the injunction. 1Ege, Delta. DUterrgrD on. PLACtDU-$blitors Creseent mRTLEnM--In the Delta of yeoterda there I an artitel under the caption of Another Baron Cae,"' which pur ports to be an editorial article, but from its style. I pry - oume the anthor is the Counsel of Mr. Placlde, InecOocoh s no one connected with the Delta wau present at tih. triol. The article alluded to states that It was shown upon the trial, that I had always, dritrlng previous en agements, sung in coerueee. It is truea. Mr. Base. a very aooommodattng witness for the defenoc, eso tated, but un fortunately, he could not lnstance a single pieoe in whioh I had dneyoo unless I perforrad a part or sung a mdc. which faotas established byMrl. owe, the prompter of the theatre, the others, In a measure, reiterating what Mr. Plaelde told them sine the ommencemsent of the ouit. As regards my wife playing , part last season which che rehfused the present one. that haa nothing to do with the eace. It Is well known by nil impartial theatrical men, that managers are not in the habit, of giving an increase ofteourytothose whoare engaged for the same businesas that of a previous season; that the salary was increased wse admitted. Whether we played the palts badly or not that were aeigned.une, that we leave the public to deter mine, and do not arrogate to onrselveose, like t.e Manager and his counsel, a seuperiorjudgment to the higher author ities. But as to the Manager returnlog thanbe, I begleave to demur. The Managerhas poeitty forgotten that at his complimentary benefit given him by the members or his company at the aieo ofast season, that Mrs. Dufiteld played the part of "Lady Randy" in the play of" Speed the Plough," at five or aixihours notice. At the time he wes quite delightad with heracting. A like cicunmetance occurred In Louisville, upon her frst appearance, which was alSO a complimentary benetfit to the Manager. 8he played "Grace Hathaway,, In ' London Assurance." at two days notice, and ell who saw it conecurred in sayintg the part was very redlitabty played. Verly. the Manager Il a thoughtful man. As to the suit against Mr. Placide, I shel not undertake to prejudge it in my own falivor, but if it go against me, till sucbmit to the decision without placarding the Judge. Very respeotfully. .ow Orleana, May 14. 1182. S. B. DurFIELD. gable gain "' .now ye the land of the cedar and viOo, Whore the flowers ever blossom, the beanms ever shine ; Where the light wings of zephyr, oppressed with perfume, Wax faint o'er the gardens of Gull in her bloom?" If you do, recollect that such matters have nothing to do with the fact that capital argtoe in fancy and staple dry goods can be made at 22 Chartres street-Brady's old etand. "I am a man. and nothing that toucohes huoanity ie forign to me." Our remarks on dentistry should, there fore, prove acceptable to readers-cepeclaliy when "Table Talk" chronicles the merits of enterprising dentists. We are desirous, to-day, of calling attention to J. West, 112 St. Charles street, who, resident in this city for seven years. has gained the confidence of .many fatmilies by the skil he manifests in all branches of his profession. Arrivals at the Principal Hotels. CITY....O eSbelden, MIw; n, e DOk, two e.ilden and erontl. Mrr eertin child and servant, M Neal M'or N Dtidoc and lav, JO adrews. W C S Ventri.,irs H L ugc anol eerem,mt Col POllebert I servant, W E EdwardS W Turnbul ECvltat, W Hendenon, M 0alker, Gee W Forest, Jdhn GilbertE Boh, L i Tomrcpa. John Calderenc, La. S F Glmes. John We.reno JWaywrreno G.; (hu L Stew t,.t S eirk, W J FVrye Mr Luy F, ett.e r Le FI eed c 4t.o, Wm Fih, 1 ; Ja Thoep Geo Irne Jafe Loreis, ms 8 S Lorie, It Oie earle ly a .erveatt. JiO Clarcte M ,imr, Gnbr el Swin Mee P a Barnes, Mi.. Then Grlero Nt"; hcoKJ Conse, La; Co J W Clay, A Out. Ark. VERANDA....he. J Morris Pease A Alexander A Knox nd mer ant, y M Moon Miss"; S P Meeil, it K Thomas, Al; J S Sheketl (ord, Ky O;PhlbyDP Mrr, TL Likens , WVnhllgte county; F Wi.kinsoo, N Y; C Gun, A J O Geaoeh, 80 Lon.L. . ST LOU1S...Mrs Brendegec, Wm T Ctller OG ]nehert, N Y H Crlnoy Willi.s Ieldyr. NJ; Colote Hampton, e ii. Hi m tpto, M,. II t Aomptoa CFHamptonp addeghtoer L Worrell SO; EChenc ; S Staling. Moeal Prlnd, Jeohn Dlek .e.., J PiC eamrla, et Lomel dARCADE....D Bmndiebrg, eteamer CH l7; 0S c Firth Hillsoro; Lernm, A dieck, La; A Weadc Art. W .hl'ey,e Chlley AL Dixon, Thos C Oti, Sam Hinmo, Al.; 1t Riett Wilson, H i T ica, W Cofey, Ky ; S C TIhompon, Taces. WHIG CENTRAL EXECUTIVE COMOITTEE, STAT oa LO.oautN.--A specia meeting wilI be held .1 FR'DAT EVENING, May 14, at half-pat o'clock. my14 E. SAkOMON, Secretary. APV PROFESSOR KOEPPEN'S Seventh Lecture, on the HISTORY OF THE nlIDDLi AGPS, will be delivered in the Lyceum Lectre HalTIIIS EVENING, t S o'clock preciely. It will embra.e 1te leading eventl in Orient and OAcident down to the times of tie Crusades, the great Expedition of GoAfre y of Bouillon, and Cao quest of Jeoalem, and be illustrated by iews of Jemluaem and pie toriel diagrame of Antioih, Acre and Tiberi. myl4 l The following ticket for Directors of the NEW ORLEANS, OPELOUSAS AND GREAT WESTERN RAIL ROAD will be Aspported generay at the eleetion to be held on the FOR G.T CITF. C. ADAMS, A.., J. W. STANTON, R.B. SUMNER, A. LANFEAR, I. O. H. NORTON, L. L. BERNARD, J. Y. DE EGANA, A. CHIAPELLA, R. F. NICHOLS. J. D. DENEGRE, FOR TIIR COUA'TRF. I.H. OVERTON, ALEX. DSCLOUET, . .. HANNA, E H. MARTIN, Ii. HOPKINS, 0. W. TUCKER. ROBERT CADS, JOSHUA BAKER. -- myll PCOONVENTION TICKET.-The following gen thrmen are recommended as the Whig C ndidstec for the chy at lare, for the Convention to forma new Col t tituti : C. ROSELIUS, J. P. BSN.IJA.MIN, FELIX LABATUT, L. MAUTHEWS. MAN. WAIA. P. S--W ould not lnsoedy try to get up atAe. to run qgAin this oue myll 2 - TiaRD JUSTICE OF TILE PEACi.-- Messrs. .lihors : II biog reliably rumored that Ho. P PtPAqvr willhrnll.y reslgn his po'tloAIl Third JsticI of the Peaue, Idua announce that Mr. JAS ,W. DUNCAN will be supporbA m his succwA r,. by mylO MANY FRIFNDS. 1 To THE WHIGS OF JIFIFP dON PARISII. At a meeting of the Whig Club of this Prish, hld ,on Thlnmdy night, M.ny 6, the following resolUtion were ananimously aloapte: eso1As.d, That tlle hiegs the l arieh of JeffmrSl n tre ro pnel.Al to n,-1 at the town of r Cardr1 .n, i S atordyt,, e 5t, , A t ploer's Ball RIom, on Short street; for t Ilperp o of nolial, g o Senrtorisl nud Rthree Rprseantmtiwn dnlaygate to the ('olnentina to form a Constitution for the Staat. Re it Inrtlter rrrl,,ed Thet the above be phtlih.dl in the Um iiNI. StJte R..ptbiean, the ouis.nn Sluue , thI BeA, tlti Creen, .nd Carrollton Star. Ise i[ PaIolved, That [ho Srelolay be atthorizýI to have )rinted a i joted throughout the Peruh, pia.rd· nottf mg WVhigl ob the ara, ,all, to be posted at least two Laye beor the date of .aid Convention. S *RtASereary J, J. A ICI.L, President J. B. tPc~,A secrWetary. --yl 1 SCOTT ASOCIATION.-At a regular meet ilg oft1he SCOTT ASSOCIATION the following re solIol w1 adopted : Jl..lNed, That in ,ie ef the early meotin of the Whig National Convention, this A.Aoi.ti.nn meot at thv Scott CInub Room every eetning durhng the next two months. The President explined to the new embers the inltpeorone of pune tuAlity in attending thee etoigs. Buaineo. im...R me. would be lnld before the Aoeiatlon, which he ethought wId change the vote of the Whig Delegation of that State from r. Fillmore to Gen. Sott. On motion of Bayard Thom., it was ordered that extraete from lb, Iroceeadingoa athismeetingHbe madeIout'bytISecretary anI tsiged by tII. oeffl, ad publshed in th 1 e public nspapne. A o to let the new, members who are not present know of our change from weekly to dtily mletmgl,. . A. KELLY, President. R. C. VAES, Secretary. my1 . rIssIss PPI FIRE COMPANY NO. 2. - IT MORNING, May II, a half-put 7 o'rlcm' in Stiuelted ) t y on.,m r o the n aseon. U umytl b J. ROGERTS, Secretary. - LoE STAR.-- The General Assembly will hold Is 0 ee1io0 n on the FOURTH TMURSDAY of each " moth, alternal tly,A at Crt,At Hll, 1.1er of Camp treet and Commercial Ally, and at Hall of DiAriio No I TlAloupjtoula stret, betwco. J ehAo andl Philip.tr, ,t (Iate city of I.lfASatle,) the irst Iuionl 1ing Iheld at Craot, Hil on the Fourth TAhurudyy t May. By order of the President y ly A. W. JOURDAN Seretary. WASolINGTo s ARTILERT, ATTENTION ! You artr hereby ordered to nulnmbie ntthe Arernnl Gircm st : on SUUNDANI Ng I, at d o'Aloc .A. in lul sunmer uniform, e ialhntry, for trgntl practice. 7'he.un atlt t. ten.lance of every member JsM.TIqrn u fed.ll y orer o Capt. R. O Smith. myIll SIATIN HOGAN, 1d Lgt, At'sOrderly. GRAND TEMIPLE OP HOOR,--The annual ?" smon of the Grand Templre uf FIonor nf the Statr oI Loui. 'a will onAvne oa SATURDAY EVENING, lay 1I,at I o'claik, at Templwa HpII,All" TelouIIplOlut reet..'... P1unrtnal attendance A f Delegate is rel elted, m le election of oAArAI for the enluLg year will .ke place. By order. .... - R. L. ARUCE, O. ,. R_ .JcDonnell's Resta urant. It The undersigned, grateful for the tucehu that has attended hi of,,rts inre he lhas opened his ltabliahment, 147 COLM IN STREET, corner Variety Pl.u, return his sineru thanks for the very lberal and rspetble patronge, and boype, by clou attention, to merit a con tinnmale of the same. [myl3 lmSIp] JOHN McDONNELL. Boys' Clothing Exclusftely. WM. STUART & CO., No , , artres street, NewOrleop,. Dealer in every deAcription of BOYS' CLOTHING. The public will bear in Illd that our a rtuer BOYS ONLY. Also,Shrt, C .erata, Hxldkeehlref, Glove, . peoded , Hosiery, eta. L.ent 00 ,11 ptf OTICE TO CONSIGNEES-Ship WINDSOR FAY, Cat. Davis, from Havre, is lisharging at Ptot 3d, Fir itri.. Consignees will pes ttnd to heA n eCt of their goodsn . ryl4 hF. h Odl RAN CO. H OEAT TIOTTING I ANC---MBET.IuRIE COURSEE ý(RIUAY, May lMII 1 l.-PURS6, 1W. .r l] l .51. to g wt the . ndw .a na 1iPetl Trr in Fln --iln scarwa n .... R 'N TR I S .. .....Willi.o Cottril eoteor.. y.MURDOC:-. .....B Ltaws eulor. ho. ,IEL.N MAR. S...C. S.Ellis ete.. g. RHODE ISLAND, rr The bo,,e being th0 oa entris maul. ide sOneon, gpoat ort Ahndittanee 0 the PuOble Stn,.1. .. . BO od.eoruarerSrtrehod Mmb.r,'S, d . ......... ] )o' I r.o.b.0.ta'O o.. . ...So ing.!....... _ 0 CAME to m ipremises, corHer ofh Palmyr and Jo non street4 on Strday tut, a BEk and White MILCH OW t. sawed o The ow I pe cal.rove prpy p ,n.y. . _ JAMSES SHEEHAN. M AHOGANY AND LUMBER--Just rec'd Srg se MAHOGANY LOGS, FLATBOAT lOADOAK, ASH, POPLAR Sad BLACK WALNUT, eserrid gileS, fur sets at the ARCADE MILLS, 1 40d H St. JoMeph street. I MAHOUANY and all kinds LUMBER. 014lst. HENRY T. SHERMAN. -ARELLI_ & CO., 24 Comon street, offer the ollowingto eloan anodr. conaignnltzte; ITALIAN MARBLE BLOCKS.'5" VSr ine SICILY MADEIRA in asks halves an. quarters, SH.LLED ALMONS- CRUDE BRRI.STONE, A few sks of SALTPEYRE. A resh lot of COW PEAS, . arri.ve per Jeddo, from Charieston. ESSENCE OF REROAMIOT. oyot4 1ME-1000 bbls. fresh Rockland Lime, land .-log from hrO g Shrah Lewis. AIo. 0000 bhlA. Thonm.00, Utica an,. Alto Lime., for .le by J. HLAYIAN & c0. 98 OlogAin. . . 'EMENT-2000 bbls. Newark and Rosendale C.-ent. for rle hv J. HAYS.ANA NOCO~ 9 Ssint,5 PLASTER-1Oy , bbls. Calci.ed Plaster, for xle by J. HARMAN A CO., 55 MeSI.ine *.tt. j WnIoI CONVENTIION PLATSSORMI. - WHIo 011E5IIs11 h ~~ Os~s..w,1.rlsLo~l.I..s N~so.Isns.,Ap~ll 10,15G.-Aloh~ lbI.lolin udall b.0o.t~5l.. lbs~a fll plbsobI. 101.11.1 AlfISO .111111io lb susmkbd .tl.Ilbh ly,.lN~lb, H 010. ..lI,,os1.Hpooo p.1111.1I 5017 Colssti ...,slb1.d 1111, II. ulhI . ,ol~t.~ulbudld-sl W'.":.sC.";s".. Adb ol.I bGWl a.,lB(.lbkb.,sn lb.miin ptll I,, slIdb IlREEdlblb. WRpop~ o lb. lly·, Edrml of*hj'ilb ·bsl~l. ,.ske r1121111 ,.IEEIIIn I..llb Iblil IF Slr· bl 11.nto.15.1., W Rsecl..1...btll,. lb..yslssliEE EI..5ha 01Glh bylb. IbbisI 1. .llsmbIr lbt-ly ss. jl adp.lbsl, lnsIdi I o~llbfp 115 b1.1,I, is lbniil snth kbo. o IslllltbilndbpEIt 151lrit.111111 .0.kbl. 11 .111ru lbd JIp isa l 0101 ..,,ltbll,,i ~lb lb oIsbl, If~ma~ Wbgolbl.I.-.blloB lJ n f·r eihL h t AUr ld~ilk.fll If Ill lb lbsGItl.,g-b,. Is.po 511.15 u ............. s dEth shfo,,lntr III I ppn ssrb ftllb.ljto b. .os..ll b. ..plbu... .fno~nbo o lb. ..bl p.Sy y 115 so.1011y* .blg b~rntr dllqsl.. lb sh.,LblII,,1sl. SrpblE(lllblI .hlxbkbLLh Lbs rlls~,lb I. 51.51 .~ls.ol, Ibustlssdib. hilb.. bldd. EostooIl1 If lb.h SoddalbI..-.l Is. p.Slb IlIo .,,.. (i. .111, ldiolb. SATUDAY Ifftnlb I~ooi, I.l. l~~l I l.kI Obuie nro Ioslsl Yb01.s s..sstlfridiy d ....o01k ..lnhiy I eils,,db·f~ls ssls,s lb. It rll I~dlssfI~l. Rl1I. l I ~n b dvl.Sk.,) EEItER' BALL RoOM~, 110151 fIlysdss rsrd orlyrsoi .lsst, riI SATURDAY EVENING, Noy II, .lb I -l, lI .'da , 111lbf lupI.. II ,,Iilnios llb Ed·Lbs. lq, lb. 0.Iosllb.oo uu o f·lb ,.. I,S1 CII-o .f l~lblE,.d*fIlbs tlEinl If pmo d..slbhg lBEIly ·Csi,5 .llsb. lb. Wll..,lrfilsr F.~ nolbbI Wmmi.. W Mull bs. A0.MIn~bsmsl Ad Gllbuu.*. G. .Gs.b.ol, W.aCstn Job..,,, 0oo . 5. F allb.. A.A.sBolgao, W B CItbsI, 05s 11.10, js. WHIG MEETINGt-SROOid ltepreseotbtiVe DrisllbLbstm W·Ug VII ,. .1· nlb. ~· S no d RspHslblbo ltIIs, (, ll 1IL nte101p. .Io, IIJI I. Els nod hsoi 51 1.1.1 lbs WIppl 011. lbn~ 11.1. ZOELL ~a~dUY' IEE HOUSEit .00150,0 0mF skb ISlb,,in .tosIG, 01~ RATUDA EVNINGt Sr l'.s, 51 bhIIrpspl CaioIInI,,, 1.11 sypt,iILb~ bllalg ls lb lbs Cele~y 0,1,01., lb olb bs 11. W. Rb,, ~ L. B. HI.., 0.. WIO.,.,~r A. W.Mlbay DCI,, V .511. I. hI. VInpb.I. Ilodlsy~u Cb.. . H.Qonb. I). Cs. sy, 301.11.1,,p, Cb.. A oh. L osA., Il. 11k W.h H. G.,l.,a, I.. W. MI, JD.pbEl.. ~ WH IS MEETLY0-G-TheWhi votreers ofiv Di blb E-polls o1. iots 0111,1 UI Sprlmd lbInssI~ J~bEs01.10 *tslImisri~e * g~nBOIlbsninl Etlblb.uu LhlbsiI In·qIil ts lbd DroITHEra SHIIS SATURDAY EVESNING 1, IB lby, 11, fuIps lb p11p15.llI1IIe pilpblg *olub1iI1AIAEI. IIM1~ IbCla,, slia Bftl N.CIIAII1Elto ,Ekb rpiliEy Dlbgta 11111 0..11. Clb donvnlya Co eIIIeII lbW lb ,Id, liyI,,I.11 l ,lbe,gdillb C.C. I~iu., 1l 1 o. .orn I. A 111 IIII 5.E WIIxUI, TWl. I. CPolye, lb. IIAdl,, 1. 55. 1.1k,,, H. 3.0111.0o, W. L. Ioib1.I, Lor DAIWImpin Wo. H. Wbilkg G. 0.0b Hsi. O.ryFsso., 3... B. WIglI, Pb. Di.ilIsd, Iso. H~i. -. 1 bdd· H bsr, CIs. .55do. GloW. 50111,n, V. W. CIopbI W W.up WtlIl 11.5. H,,bis, D.C. SlIstr, WI.T,. Flsl 22.214.171.124 E.nRprr~ts fierotslI, Ed.ia 51.1, 1,*·m Cn W.A.&s 8Hb,,, Wo 0511.17, 11,NP ..·t~ Fr.., ,, _________ Iloiab sin*udyI1frth ortont oo . . rench Jaconets. FIVE BALES SUPERIOR FRENCH PRINTED JACONETS, |AST COLORA *LL AT TWENTY CENTS PER YARD. -A~BRJ.1DY'S OLD STORE.-' mla3 1p VrCTOR FESTE. 60 Ca Street. 60 LAW BOOKS. NEW SUPPLIES. SJUST RECEIVED AT THE NEW ORLEANS STATIONERS' WAREHOUSE, 60 CAMP STREET AND 13 RANK PLACE. PLrT~n'+ An,.ne LArv DT.', o+. K-n' Tr.0c v.r.,nut, vo slme, au, nL,,'* (:u0 '. R 3.3,,, n 3w i.di,,,, . vInu susel. lsr. P S ons I a1 Ucn , complee in 3.NEWLL . C33I.c3 P-T-CK, 3 lroh mrL. VohnlIPl JeDcus Pec.Tl.*L by 8ansb ry. Pur;, L A3,.,a, E.dcM, 2 rols. W MIT'. LAL, IWIST O CLIuR Sn~re 1lyctv MuATTrIsc, tA, , IE &,0. 61 CAMP STREET 61 S.ror om C -Acra. 1nAl,.ms , r¢lrr . new* ditiun. SruvY ON BOILS ON, ExIeIAN. IrAT O 'E C.NMAOI PLAC, Boc. S EIIr oN AE.WPr. L ATIO, LN AoUAiIN Ltet ,lition. STnR Y ('N BAtI.wxxrx. JAllNwr u$ W*lle L8 I olutese. A`,++ L... uLtr voxlo x. CoN, L x, I ,e T T. 'Tl;aAna·. HOL OLA C St.il zurle'x \IIXUIs II.l'l Dl.-Ar1. WIIIROIION· Ul IUN. pRJcI .NI N+ o 'nsr ' a P-l.l.. rma Eel- W oasr11,. R T.a I9 ro mee. ,, a'olun,.s. toU.'a : n Cu ^UNr t. Ev .z~sr . I:I:YTII·AY'a OvInuu LtU CA11·. ROCKWELL'+ Sl'^.an NIuX l Checks 6i1 CAMP STREET. 61 ON BOTON, CINCINNATI, NEW YORK, LOUISVILLE, PHILADELPHIA, ST. LOUIS, C"1 Pnrchsed and sold by 1a Imep bMATTIIEWS., FINLEy An CO. STATIONERY, CIIEAP PUBLICATIONS, MAOAZINES. SCHOOL BOOKS, PRINTING and BINDING Po16 _ ___ Imp Lunch at the Shades._ STHIS MORNING S I Fmm half--pt 10 f[ half-pat 14 o'clok. E All the Mrketo fully reprewanefd. Fsvo Thousand Dollars 1 IS WANTED for the STOCK, FIXTURES and GOOD WILL of ,leudantoubld reee, oblý b.3bGu, yielding1SO 1 ypr aenum clear, and 3., ,be 3deu, e. Addr,. b3H H No,. I.6, for ,partcula3. pls Im3 p Jtorld's Safe Company. HE attention of the public is called to the utility and superiority of these f over all others. Our &sins te lade on an entire new prineipe. We Brst form A sue or rak, etroogly made from wroughtion plates or Wr.t a rt nd which a eompo *iti3n of cwa irn I.run3 , ehiling the liquid mtal, and ramking it i a t r b . anh . ltdl1e. To the3i.*3 ife, t ilonly.ne3e.rytowy , "Nature 3 a, ecal niclhi be lmves no bolts orstmpl, rv.e tsr rewe, for the . nioul burglnr to nmove, with perhaps leo gIor than was required in putL them tngethr. Neither can the burning olnlent make an impt e at< nn the solid Wlos, lined a it is ith a fire-proof wsll. ,e hel,.at nota in w ins that these Sal3. , cured with LILULE'S EMPIRE DRILL AN dWDER PROOF COMBINATION BANE L3C3KS re the only really 3eur3 dep3ilory for money or other vuina blies. Il lay further, there (i bet little eauri y bn nny of the Milan, Safes or Bank VauInl now in use They are ell the woit of meehanumy often broken into, ae eperience has demonstrated. RANK V of ririo o va its for Bsmkmg. Institotinl, nr ntil Firms and Iadfiualc-aI of whll will be warranted Drill ad Powde, mA A.pl of the above tafe i a Loekl,. t33,her with Say & N3ewrll, Pomutoptic'Bauk Lo kca be een at the . e oW W, W.W3l, , No. 31,33am3 nL free3 t] L C. EPRTTIS. iknt. 9 Camp L t L .gjBoots, Slhoes and Brogans, S AT WHOLESALE. 3Now l0lig ' Pom i3 p Norfolk e ad in Itorhe p genral As sortme3t of BOOTS, SHOES BRO,3ANS TS CAPS, 3 Pinntai,us .upldibid with prime RIS8ET BROGANS WOO .EXICAN, PALM LpAF, STRAW b od CAM3PEACHY ATS at eba lowest market prices, by Ivl3 9l3 .1. FROST & CSO.. I M,,,ine ,n*,t, James J. Cload, CABINET MANUFACTURER AND UNDERTAICEIR No. 27 RAMPART STREE Three Door from Conmon CW' Bog. leave to inform the citiwns of Ne vOrleans and vieinity that he t.prupu.reI to furnish al PFNERALREQUISIrES 3t the. hor3sl notice ad ....the. ...........,... GIVE 333I3A CALL. 35_______ _law3pty llenncn's Digest. A DIGEST OF THE DECISIONS OF TH. SUPREME COURT ront3inud in the ffy-six v3ln3,3 of Report. from First Martin to Sixth Lotiio.a Annual, hronolgiclly arra.nged, with an index of ase; 9 v3l" °.L, 7d90 age., each-BY Wiinm D, Honn. ForP3in y 3pl3 Im3p CORSON & ARMSTRONG,, 9 Camp streeL J. L. E. Blanc, OFFICE AND YARD No. 10NEW BASIN CORNER OF JULIA AND ST. JOHN STREETS, NEI' ORLEANS, Ke. feonttatlyy on hand. for --e at the lowest norket price, BRICKS, WHITESAND. SHEELL, LIMB, OAK, ASh AND PINS WOOD, CHARCOAL, etc. eta CLAPBOADIIi. E.NGS" .ND PICKETS. flt Sup'r Daguerreotype Portraits, EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE OF TIlE ART, AT HUTCHINGS', CORNER CANAL AND CHARTRES STS., FOR TWODOLLARS ONLY, a, low 3 is charged for disgustiog apO 3bortio-s elsewhere,. Imp -2 l8 J3ledtane1. -1 A. KENDALL & CO., 72 Magsazine street, In Hav a M thme at of t3b mot approved, opulr and p 3l tual Irifflu of da--at whole S And RYe'i -SFlon wGich T M I 3 CORIGEHs oT3HE MURTA`nGLINIMENT . ELEC 3ACFL O. . . K; ENDALL'S CHOLERA ISEASES OF THE CLIMATE. THE VARIOUS W A Phyici, A3lways is attenodGee, Advice gri.. re42p Dolbear's W RITING AND ROO KE.KEEPING ACADEMY , 5 f 56U AIEANAL TREE - (SVIHLmIxIED 1632, AY R-uLU Doulng••) " I. d ,open from . a.. to 9 t.. . fo'r Ladinl, Gen. Classes expressly for Ladies DAY .l0fro, 4 t . MON3DAY 3D, W NEDNESDAY ad FRI. AY. Pnpll from9 to60yw attend. .yll t3 RUFUS DOIBERJk 6 SC3a I.ISL .Jbm'Monable ClotM5ng. Dth undmsrsL gnd osptEay lovit tShe noa of pmrhBrn to their Ip md sperio t/toqk of SUMMER CLOTHING, mbrSola g .ll that I. nw ad d.imB, .5 relpr ood., styles ad a .orkBo..lip, B FROCK AND DRS COATS, SAC AND PALETOT COATS, PANTALON AND VESTS. THOMPSON & NIXON, P 9plr 19 Camp .treat, o ppoIe the City Eh p. Boys' and ChldIren's Clothing. ALFRED MUNROE & CO., 84 MAGAZINE STREET, lI Hn oEhand b ad n ralving by every ppket, the mat cm plete sert-mt of BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING to N.wOrle.se,aod womd umesnt all tbho in wnt to give them talil. P.rSI let below : BOYS' MERINO, ALPACA FROCK AND SAC COATS. SEERBURCKERLINEN SACS AND BOULEVARDS. , MERINO, ALPACA JACKETS " WH*ITEAND COLORED MARSEILLES VESTS. .. LINEN PANTALOONS, BLACK MERINO AND ALPACA CHILDRE' BLACK AND COLORED MERINO SUITS. FANCY . nId LINEN JACKETS. . ALPACA ." BUITS. A complet ertm t of ....as o.... SPRING AND]> WINTER CLOTHING, which will be ,toled of low. Or ONE PRICE FOR GOO0D AND NO DIEVIAIOONlFI m.y SpI ALYFRD MUNROE & CO.. E4 Mga.ine .A. 25 CASES, 760 PIECES, 18,750 YARDS oF PURE, UNDRESSED FAMILY LIN E S, FROM $5 0W0 TO50 THI PIECE OF 95 YARDS, at p. BRADY'S OLD STAND."i myS Sptf VICTOR FESTE. .hve Goods I .Teew Goods ! SHERMAN & PIERSON SHasve ni.d a splendid smtment of SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHIN • OF THE LATEST AND MOST FASHIONABLE SBTLES, to whlch they knto the asttonio of puehma. BLACK MERINO AND CAHSMERETTE FROCKS. .. w style FRENCH SACS. DRAB and FanCoored .. .. . SEERSUCKER AND INDIA PONGE REAL STRIPED CHINA SILK FANCY AND WHITE DRILL PANTALOONS. NEW STYLE MARSEILLES VESTS. Al.., . Ene usrtm.t el SUMMER UNDER HIRTS., CRAVATS, GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, HALF HSBe, etc., t., all oered t VERy LOW PRICES FOR CABY. W.rli and eamine,im oos arcohee lb y .how .t SHERMAN & PIERSQN'8, Fapt6 SpF No. 1 MAGAZINE STREET, meatr of CmL Clothing I l C(othing N NORRIS & WAY tP Would I.U the ttitEo of the pIII to r, NEW ASSBBORTMENT OF SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, whic, for .tyle, vArlItydSIpIMtq otmmauure, thy.s usiB. will met the spprob.ao. They twll be eo .tlty nrivi from the Narth, THE LATEST NOVELTIES AND STYLES OF GEODS, .oS m.taBbn thrghat the sa 1U S.rtmntot e ly thinecesa u. to F.pnmem'awardet, oou tt of Sup. Col'd ad Blck CASHMERIE'E Ptk, Sao FA .,d4 Sd .. . . " " ERINO "".. d .. .... ALACHA .. Genuine INDIA PONEE AND SESUCKER COATS. LINEN DRILL, CANVAS AD BROWN LINEN COATS, FANCY LINEN DRILL PANTS, of arny vriety of ptra5 r And n enoutir nw - otma.tof SUMMER VESTS, to which tb.y w1 ld I..plISy ll at tia,. HOSIERY,mlo.d and plai, GLOVES, SHIRTS, AMd . IBlt lot of SUMMER CRAVATS. NORRIS & WAY, CORNER OF CAMIP AND COMMON STREETS, ap Ift Under the City Howl. .Tew Goods? aew Goods:t lust received by the prmpller Wa. Pen, AT SIMPSON'S, largebshipmentof 50 CANAL STREET, DESIRABLE SUMMER GOODS, ell bought in the month of April, at such rates u will permnnit him fe stribute them mong his castmers at TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. CIIEAPER than the unsal atl. Among these goos are lOO pGeres CHIECKEI) CAiBRICS, from E ,,nt, 4,. S0 pieces GINGHAMS, Iram n.a it uip. FOULARD SILKS, GREAT STYLES, at O .ant. NEW STYLES OF JA)CONTS, LAWNS AND PRINTS. LACE MANTILLAS,'LACE SHAWLS, FINE IOIISEINET. FINK, BLUE AND WHITE I-S BOBSINET, fo BEr. LACE TRIINED HANDKERCHIEFS. EMBROIDERED BANDS, BLACK CRAPES. DAMASK NAPKINS, TABLECLOTHS AND DAMASKS. LINEN DRILLS, BROWN LINENS, TOWELINGS. WHITE AND COLORED DOTITED SWISS MUSLINSese.F, LINEN HANhDKERCHCIEFS, IOSIER,, PARASOLSe, i,C. etc. All these articles, withl an nIm.se etcck of PLANTATION, HOUSEKEEPING, and FANCY DRY GOODS, wvill be .old at the low rates umul, at myS tf _ SIMPSON ' , SCal S trNet. Fashionable Clothing ! LARGEST ASSORTMENT IN NEIF ORLEANS Ir CONSTANTLY COMING, MORE NEW GOODS. JUST RECEIVED BY ALFRED MUNROE & CO., No. S4 MAGAZINE STRErT, Per steamship Philsdelphia and ship. Sula'n Firfield, Vikklarrg and Memphis, A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTNENT OF SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING, AMONG WHICH ARE SOME VERY RICH, NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS, Well worthy the atsIti of purehuen, AS ALL WILL BE SOLD CHEAP FOR CASH. Many of the.. goods are etirely new styles, .ever before oferead in thinusrket, nd are made in the bent naer mt le.t fashi.n. AMpar maI liat can only be gisven : NEW STYLE CASHMERHTTE FROCK AND SAC COATS. QUEEN'S CLOTH .. . FRENCH DRAP DETE DRESS, Be.t and Medmin quality ALPACA . . . REAL INDIA SEERSUCKER .. . . INDIA SILK PONGEE . .. LINEN AND GINGOHAM GRASS CLOIH AND HONG-KONO .. . FRENCH MERINO PANTALOONS., NEW STYLES FANCY DRILL PANTALOONS. SILK, PONGEE AND SEERSUCKER PANTALOONS. NEW STYLE WHITE DRILL PANTALOONS. NANKEEN, COTTONADE, Etc., PANTALOONS. WHITE AND FANCY MARSEILLES VESTS. GRASS LINEN AND HONO-KONO VESTS. Al.,, s ry arge. .sort.nt. of SHIRTS, UNDER NARSIENTS of 'very description CRAVATS, GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, HALF 1OS, AetS., s. ....Also.... A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WINTER CLOTIIING.. OIf every deNripion, which will be CLOSED OFF AT GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASI, o ONE PRICE FOR GOODS-NO DEVIATION. Fap1 .ptf ALFED MONEOE & CO., 314 sg,,ris.s Paul hi TIheard, TRANSLATOR, 050, No. 113 EXCHANGE ALLEY, RHR,.., St. L.iRud Conti sta. 1W Mlr. THFRD offraOnS il l..19 ro Eýugguhen Sal h the t nufiLTTd tI CIEEARD A Aff$AM.' 0 OTARIES ARTICLES OF NEWRI'AF ECIA NOTiICES ANES OTHERS LEASES, ,rMEETISRs OF COUNCIES AND OTHER FUR LId MEETINGS , aRd, inR fact,1 allbd . of 3Eit. He 3ill0 eMI E33Ar1iIIorRIRI..,,,A w II erp, isk RI , Ciryulars, er.. [1 t. e OL.l deavote fiN sv~nin, to the Bmlr· of any conunereinl eauu OR.hw.. from 9..L4R NEI 'd EIR.P H ats Capnpetc. WAT3R~ WH AL i.E, RRR 9D,* . h3RunRRed.E h. . HATS R riI Pn hi. and ER CYFAB rA8IIRRE,RA. ESIEANlONETRTR RR,' PA 'IEdP 1y]82pd*9pdW PROBT Lco.~ d Maaadn. ·t-t. all. RI T.8 .,h IlL,~p l' ttnd t th Jec o W prfolin u DENTIST r~eidnc,, °0CitiaR the beetof BARONNE ob h' hii o19ra .n8 F. n. Knapp A I. Chandler, DENTAL SURGEONS, 104 Omm.n .tr.Eel, OppoR.. tE. Rthe. of tR a. CbdR.o.H3.L WF. H. KNAPP, (3Enor partnr of the aIt.fi.rm of F. H C.A. F'3.R 8. EonppERR3ERno d..Ftiol hiR rhol time 3R3FE -Rvely.ta pprnclee of hl? pioleuio', sod may be wllad tths uolspl·E. .510 b hrahs R~opi,4 [orERRRF.pt.L II. hRs .. IS1lrth .. in F3RI.~aDE.CRRRR3EEA.ot ,,I0.wESO.Erinco. bylyF9p Dr. .EUen's Improvement ie .frtt fciaCl Teeth tiT fYRTRY 1yiIT VW YTORX PS CA'R. (:'ARLAS E. EEIG$, DRETIST, REN wYo rk R 8ELt. Chuts Rnd NortL alrwoR, IeuR 3R 3 fa rut eto f Stia (falotm 89ýare) hn ,1~l thn right N nua this improvammt,. ERPECT ADAPTATIOIRTO YIREaSII,1 h6, A h. e -MI. and uo fa~ to s dagrsa hitherto unknown. Thew innren~d~ uriiuitd to ed and ,:amino speimeu·. OE &irr tiieuoti, gnER3RliRS. -1,98 p.RW DR. JOHN ALLEN'S GREA m EFbinellERRRin. RTISTIC PRENn Y ~1CS LIFE Li 'EJ RI'npEArANcE. GREATio I.'spuaaii d..ypsataii~i noid reodan lye dnntun of llredter vhbr for numctictito than thaw· ttIR3RREIho P. sheep RERAI, d heR IIltrco IR bthIu Ruw rna, rIHO,3 In bet thec~ma (lei and Pherblro illLa llue of reIERI3 re.uming the) piece, if RI 33 PIE Rdp ER.FiE8i.ER,RUi.IRI4 t.L Chdr1,. .1tat,. rorI3r of InfnycttI Squarr. Trunke : Trunksg lTrunks s We are oppening a VerF 311eFior lot of Piladlphla muuiiraelarel TRU11 5, 1. toterioufomadpacki.. lw, Tn(AVELING FAGS l ALI, to hich rwe i-f. the atten tin m ad olden, To be -old at ne tr n pOSa at Nu, U Gasvlý sTSer. [ se . ROBE a CO.