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l.ot raosing the man
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t he Puiblio 0noleh of
mos h less in propr.
l th .h etdto the sdhools
z a-.ip o. momint ei
of scne . of
t e ol e s. What eo -
ha, tght sd that it is not
sp 1 u*hsave
o .enew t k hi .froken o
Mitverpla ewho
lh.r ,tofhie gate,
roof fit 6ost
' o the .onmage of
. h g' than to hasard
whic would be certain to
t nduce consumption.
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fr the advance
eli, when they
.97d 4& I 1 thirueted at
of hiarvlpyi senp-but
bae been aleinder eatnten
1t be wa entitled to soiethinag
4coa noriibing. In fact, we
t, alopnen t ad captandcmr
1ooe1$y)wasaeonosieal enough to
fa the pupiles thepublio schools ought
t be rated as meOs e ir Tfists, and de
i'4 re sqo'" tohan can be held in the
weald urge upon the members
e C5 l t 6 nut down the "fnda of the
fa stlce spirit of coonomy--an
Save a few dollaze for the
eleeened intelligence, useful
tydf Oltisens, would cost
Soun58ds, hereafter. Let
v >he schools of the First
) have been in eox
sore than those of
of the city, and we
r&dptesmorethbanpro.
of the others. Hence,
2 pit Now,the question is,
whch looks to the mere
idollars and cents in pasinog
them down to the level of
le at the city or shall the lat
' r. and intelligent spirit, .
ease teadard ? This is the
ansi cteare saready upon
;oar ofty legllators must
r ; o qg Well-reasned con
no hpeea, in fading a fair
,o b o alsely econemical
e dea r lateresta:o our mopt ral
iat ofus manl seer Oren for,
tt clerk otthe Usante or iip
i. a It: ie rron* by ae sa esrt.e
beel teeiet 9gse.
WNý1r u'f oM
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l etam ys
,: "t ",a.ne.,un al..s
ho- s p u nou ..reand
, 1 ,on, . Mw i
"6 he brit t at aJletiumi tanae
ilspsle bldnt.y rao Torandefocty
I i .. .. Lo a as L nei ...
t~e Mes BJno, e In
i heC te0netm he t loihs do Gtn .Metton .re pesat
4Wkr$indeb h r. .fhe NewYoak bsple a
iitaeideodbe . between n as eland Douglas.
N ewYork Markets.
! 4 ' F NoWeYo, Jhne , et. t o
ThoCotto. market to-day Is dull.n Flour is brisk and
teti fnte bbls have been made-hilad nea nd State
besnde $4- 0108.l, Southern $431(0$4 6. Wheat is
u.he ng.ir' ecorl is iproving. Tork dull and he avy
d i t al areiited. laiteld ahldo t 9 o04o10c.
G i RlWe-armaknets.
Cenreero .,June 1, ar. .
TeNaien B &ehd n e 8 tubesth etincl neon yeetordy.
ofCOtl*$ei les eboslonmdn 3 10 38t . WhIcky
' tayis ooh qtrin t and ulnohanged. Grocerles no
L.oe. ew r.o, June 1, r. M.
The iver.s.e d i risiag slowly, and the weateris clear
enjt . B.' The steamer Hungarian doparted to-day
Prreaonecu, June 1, r. no.
There is ftet 6 Inches water ln the chanonel here, and
tbetverifalling. Weathertpleasant
hor. lennbano IloMu, June 1, P. a.
Thera is no cheage in the Cotton market to-day. Boats
down, the Californal this morning, and the Magnolia this
We Ar undebted to the otneis of the steamship Yacht
.lr Bweaillla (Tex.) paers.
Mu.ormrn Acoaav.r.-40l1. Mace, who is well known as
AS eopedencedod swodsman and tactiolan, has opened a
ttllary oEhool at the Arsory of the lst Brigadle, opposlte
(soanBow,t0reondetlt street for inetruetien n eabre
oxornle, cut and thrust fencing, Savelry andlnfantry
snoths, as wiltbe seen by his advertisement In this day's
teCS lf. oemes highly recommended, and judging from
hi testimdonials in the journals of Philadelphia and ao
asoaab,'bas probably no suporlor as a swordsman and
Hiisword clms will meet this evenIng oa 0 o'clock, at
wbsph timeal are Invited to attend who wish to join.
Lets, utlrtellnas.
*we ieceived nom B. Normsn, 14 Camp street,
the hlowlog publications, just issued from Putuam'
press: "Dollars and OCents," by Amy Lothrop; and
"Napoleon Ballads," being the poetical works of Louis
Napoleon, translated into plain English by ion Gaul
tier. We recommend these works to the attention of our
readers.
Now Booau.-We would col attention to the advertse.
ment of J. B. Steel, No. 60 Smp street.
H. D. Hewitt, No. 80 Cae· street, h jtst reihdfredpom
he pnhpuibllng lhoue of pFrth, Pond & 'o., NewYork, a
fre.h sepplyof beautiful muslc, among which are the fotl
lownlag pleoese The "Signal March," by Kleber; the
SDrawing loom Soottisoho,' by Henry Chadwick; the
"Degagemeet Quadrille," by Kleber; the " Skater's
Song," by W. A. Icho ; the " Spirlto Gentil," from La
, avorlta, arranged for the piano forte, by Charles Wells,
and the 'Joys of the Tyrol," or the "lomesick Tyrollse,"
a beautiful alpine melody.
Thanks to the steamer Jae. L. Day for Texas papers.
The clerk of the steamer Eolipse will accept our thanks
fe Lousvllte papers.
We are indebted to the clerk of the steamship Louisiana
Capt. Lawless, for Texas papers.
. Lo.nc AT rnHE Esoats.-Another monster fat turtle
has just been received at the Shades, and the individual
Is to be offered up to-morrow to appease the appetites of
thenamerous patrons of this establlshment. Therewill
be a variety of good things at hail-past ten to-day.
U. S. Basca MnT.--WO have been politely furnished
eth'ithe flllowing statement of the deposits and coinage
iat tie Braoh Mint, NewOrleans, during the month of
DENSI07,
I ven paae am alrnis old... , ......... 2,3404
rm ether uce.................... 8,741 '
Tetal vales of depeadte................... $ ,218 91
gold .(28, double eagles) ................. $400,0lo 0
SIver (99.009 half dols)... . .. 30090 00
Pteta, 8000 Total coinage..............$ 40,000 00
RisnoneArro r SaeTwo Bala.eno.-The Bavannah Be
publloan of Tuesday last says: We learn from Mllledge.
ileo that the IIon. John Maepherson Beirlen, U. S. Sons
,tor from this State, has tendered to Gov. Cobb his resglp
nation, to take effect the last of this month, and that his
xeelleney, by vlrtue of the authority rested in him by
the opegtltutitu, has appointed the Hon. Robt. M. Chart.
ton, of this olty, his successor. Judge Charlton, we un.
derstand, has aeepted the appointment.
We are not apprised of the rcasons which led to
Judge Berrlen'e roignation. Poeaibly his recent domes.
tio afllctlsons may have influenced him to the step. Be
that as it may, "he has done the State some service" in
his day; and however widely others may differ from hitn
on certain polltical questions, no one will deny to him a
brilliant intellect, steadfast patriotism, and unblemished
character, both public and private.
ATveao-reX A UCo·TlOn or L,.oece.-The Jacksonville
(Fla.) News of the 21st says :
"O last Wednesday. the schooner Lady of the Lake,
whlhs has been taking in a cargo of lumber at tre mill of
Iessn. Betlle hsesto F inegan, having oompleted her
qargo, dropped down the river, preparatory to her intended
voyage, Net h.ying got out to Bea on Wednesday, on
Thur sdao naor g r the mate dhisaovers d three nogrm h be
ogihgtl el t l..ea sse & .lnegan In the held, and Imme.
d Inteloinfermed the Captain, who promptly put the nc
se Into aboat n and sent them back to towa. On the
arrval o the negroes in town, the steamer Thorn wps
dispathesd to the rhooner, with oaffooe s on board to ar
therr ew. In thse aeteroon the Thorn returnod with
the Captain and the whole crew of the Lady ofthe Lake.
An inveestlogat s wuhad before Justice Wood, which re
snited In thee dishacrgef oil the parties meplloalod, al.
though-there cannot be the slightest doubt that at least
Otw o the sallers enticed off and secreted the negroes.
(t will not be long before the necessities of the earne will
demand a law making negro testimony competont against
Aelre and otheri aboltionists, for unless this should be
dense no convistion ofsuch scoundrels need be expected.'"
Roeasar In Htn .aN.-A recent' daring robbery of a
jewelry establlshment, in one of the principalstrests. is
thus noticed: The owner being surprised while walking
on the Paseo was carried to the dith near the city walls.
tied to a tree, gagged, and his keys takn from him ; with
which the robbers proceeded to the city, opened his storem,
and plundered It of watches and Its most valuable oon
tents. The gentleman, by extraordint ry effort, f.ed
himself from his bnds, and got to th city in time to
Ile two of the robber, ad savepart of his effects.ah One
deariage load, with one of the perpotrators, had, however,
departed.
Palea FIGHT.--The NewYork Express of the 92th, says I
another of these disgraefl er.hibitlons Came off on Sun.
day morning at Bull's Ferry, the principals In whioh were
George Anderason, of 1 lhose CatL. and Paddy Keesan, of
lHmose Cart. The prise was twenty dollars a side. It J'
was iginally intended that the brutal combat was to V
take plaes at the head of Avenue C, but Capt. Squlres, o a
that dtatrat, having been notified of the Intended occur. b
renoe, prooeeded to the spot, with a posses of pliell whom
ha secreted iathe vicinity, The party having got wind of
the Intentions of the pollee, proseeded to Bull's Ferry n
with about thirty boat loads, at one o'olock Sunday morn-.
In, wher the Sght came off without any moltsatten; d
alter somne hard bknoca Paddy Keena was decl.sre} vic b
tp'i. TiUos eC d uaother dlsgraceful a0h. -
A O.r.shhoi ts t" it 4 i tout dillu has a
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ns a dabian been b a* o
e ant lne r p tch,
! . r . t~ dweny .eg wrillthe l,
! Wh Avon a Bart left the world In night
Sy ts t.o ough, put ontr.eg,
Iet iwt,1i ht s wi e to pray,ge
Thatin the gD-eat C- s name
Theelpeed wit of half a year,
q po ,e vote as l o tthe War, an d toh,
Begsiaidpsa-d at ne' daoey lean seh tr
That kintd eaweonwlgead thei itt
WlAnopnle Bard left the world In night
ha thi e Trnd ganlmanrwetot to his prayers,
ai having getthrugabitn, put eon arlese;
mos reluctantly to announne to .u the fet that su
1ikee gnidelstbeprayee'a q1iilul
And all- d half o'er thaken plea c e
Peatee tilemtintrelagcnles,
ti ogett,ae m nslto dty, both to o
WbDeret his uanmento nble iay,
nad iits peive on me to g to m
Ils ownue the geaood for m this namurse.
Ste Vote othe trouble and Waexpense of to
tBIatethers laof whig an a demorati no atly.
B yeer kif men (age Iwa eleo iteen gr a at monthe
"lieprd* Aeeleteiit Adernotn," and for this signalant 01
nnr kindnaea, yei cayemy lasting gratitude. Ailthoegh
aot Of the third Wart for more than ten coes,
ndrent and some the Indep thendent but ofthe nholeity,
oanesh seanylnhabta It the Robbing Powet -Dollars roed
moense Anint allyto annunled down too the famet that ir
Independent chango e have tyken pThe e gentlemen (and e
cannot call othem else)t my onentius dty, both ton youand
tio 'itae to resign my ecat inthe Board of Asoletant
Altteimenof the City of tewOeleams. In eoming to thia
do their naton it i aloe imperative en me to give to my
consth e n some good reaason tr puaid uf the Wate urse,
lr-brttigk tand many other (ato the trouble nnd expense of csllng
aingother eleton.
on af its nerame thrgoar wi The gnd democrato Edifinatce."
foWell Cityhe Indepr ent ticket w(as published, and th
ted nnmler of mon (eayten to flfeen grand movece,)
resultof the er cryof gave to thedepe and three conse
of the eritable, and three or made itof appmilder typance.
useless to go into particular, ome the antwhole mattend
roll and the Board f Aldermendntwo; but the Indeendent
onmembers weride absen It la; onthe Robbing Po go Ner-Dollrth th
he made." hnds appearanclle The fatdownher of the name of "Thepene
another Independent gowaus Pelecty.ed Thee gnt as Presidmen (and
cannot call them else) after much exertio, both on and
Thus the see tge (orinde pletform in the Ameien theatre) afte
the use of a great dewas of gimmediately ad of thsignally dater-velorped.
dre-brioks, and many other (es they thought) necessary
ngrThe whigns, to eomplete theiould do netruturo, ndat so ilst has ben
eer sounced its nafirsme, to ittng. Next comes the Board of Ae."
tantsll, the epopenlrdent tbranchet asof the publommoed and the
re melt of the eltwhigon an demorats hould alwenays three aset,
ofthen titainblted ban three or fous parties. ldOuer haIt
useless to go into partlioloar hero, (no the whole mattee
indetailwlleoonbe out inbookform). ThetwolBoards
of Aldermen and AssintantAldermenmet. On calling the
roined that of the Board of AlAldermen, two of the Independe not
members were~aboent; ono on leave to go North, the
othe, or hat reason, whenot ay,but bewas disforeadj tharnin
he made hisn ppoaranee. The father of the Independent
movement eleaeed Pre healnt, anhyd ation hisome oabsence
another Independent lepr eleted to sy.t n President pro
eYoung, Americthougha left tigne ordin oinces for Pre congeniant.
Thus ughty names; allndependntus (by resolution)e. wth the Lower
the demdast, ordina immediately and samignawerelly devpromueloped.
The houtgs, pour ntionle, aould do nothing and so thannoy ubeen
The mountain, or tefu popelar branto cmeh of the Common oint bal
Welot. methilo andl this nonsense was oin on, the Board ofmeet,
when netainted by thIrd or fongou partor. Our Chnm
ber joined that of the Board of Al derm en had nees-t
met, or h ad bt ttwo sessions, when it wa diovered thakt
If ore dd not litatve for a tmor healthys ocaton, as poib o.r
members woudld t the inak fdepeondent lepae of absence thy.
Young ameri left the oland nothinge for more congenial
quo rters. The old feilon got mod, and began to give us
naughty ames; uch.alld us (by resoltnon) the oarofAler
Board, passed erdlnaneee, and the same wero promulgated
without our action, anod dd other thange to annoy us.
The more ntn "mfrled natcome to the anous on joint bles
lot. Whloe ll thin nonseene woo tego g on, the Board of
Assistanots urged upon the Board Of Aldermen the nees.
Eity of otilon, to get the various ciattempty departo soment and
erstandng brg out whatad. the rious salaries of ciy oeek,
in order to facilitate al their acts os soon no possible.
Mhan members would son o k for lew a app of abseThe, the
orer anthme upon of Assnd nothing would be ordin; and
so et has renultcd, in two months, "we hove done nothiog,
but sufered much." Those in the arard of Aldermen
who want to madework, nnot. mpohy Therssible re in tto concur at
terebyard three out of ependntus such aend four dmoathee, who be
(aidedve mr in turn by thly independentlyts) than nted the inests
ofp the city. ecore ver uch discordant mater join pt com
gmitthr again been appointed.th the expectation onext ood for the(a ter
Scommittee one lttle i Istanee of. thi "Upper Board."
Baly In April, after various attcmptsto come to some on
dermesandg about wia t the vto tell us what the y owantyoe
should e, a joint ommit eonomy they weree stuppointed. They re
ported, and the Brepliard of thus wise.tIf pyou will increaseaed the ordinance.
It welarnt of the Boecrd of Althermn, First and theoy nd sdedit
In such a uy as made it impossiblo for us to conccr, and
t few hrbyfondred outof s lrsh wmedmet will pas s the whole ordimorance
(aidod in turn by the independents) u wnted, or eoep got
up another joint committhe. Sure oity gh, C joInt com
mittee hab again been appointed. The next day (after
thie coamittoe woo named) I met one of the Bor, uletwentymenwilld of
Aldermen, and asked him e to tell no what they wanted;
s it ato bowlly polticahe will economy they larere torudying, or
minrity-n oplthusing e. Ifwill youeer ill inree thed of A
salaries of thoe-ecordere of the First and Second Districts
a few hundred dollars. wo wilt pass the whole ordinance
ryomen :ad set thu." omhndependenthi 'independntour
democratic economyo; end if such be the policy adopted
by thin branch of the City Council, it will always retard
the action of the two Boarde, unless twenty men will eon
sent to bow to the will ot flle-a large raJority to a small
minority-nothing will ever go throng', the Boaud of Al
dermen : and yet the " independent" 'edomoeratlrjoure
nals are forever crying out against the Board of Aesistants,
"Disgraceful-disgusting-rldieulous "-and all such like
epitheti. *
aTe Board of Assistants were elected to aid the Board
of Aldermen in their duties, and suggest such ordinances
as they deemed useful for the good government of the
city. When I first took my seat an Assiatant Alderman.
SI counted, as I thought, twenty-two whigs in our Board;
and I believed what I saw. that is, if whig means " vote for
your principles regardless of the person, especially if he ls
honest, eapable, and a true whig." But to my utter as
tonishmoent I have been somewhat mistaken, taken in and
done for. The independent leprosy has broken out, and
in our own Board; its ravages in some cases are deeply
marked. The fact is, if a man ever once has the inde.
pendent-one-man power feeling-he will always retain
some trait of it, be he a banker or a bricldayer. On
Thursday, the 20th April, the whigs of both Boards met
in cauous to nominate offieers for the election soon to
aome off on joint ballot. Twenty-three members as.
sembled. Ome three weeks previous to this, a whig gee.
tleman asked me to nominate him for ofice. I agreed to
do so. I urged no one to vote for him-not even on the
eve of the nomination did I canvass his name. Ils oppo-.
neat I know not. No one has ever spoken to me for or
against him. Igot up in caucus and made my nomina.
tion ; stated thathe was a whig, capable and honest, and
wouldgive the best security; andif lhe did not do his
duty, I would be the first to move for his dismissal from
My nomination obtained a majority of the caueus, and
consequently he was the nominee. The rest of the nomi
nations were made, and among them democrats were
nominated by men that all of us thought were whigs ; and
when this took place I left the caucus, after stating, at
the time, that .I would not remain if democrats were
nominated." This gave offence to the independents, and
from that instant I was the object of persecution. And
what followed? On the next day the two Boards had
meetings, and the outside pressure being very great, some
of our Board were persuaded to go to the old fogies, and
go into an election of officers, and thereby not only get
in the man who was beat at the regular caneucus, but also
elect some of the demoeertle nominations. But it was
no go. Seeing this, I became enraged, and, in a burst of
indignation, wrote the Omnibus Resolutions ! To my sur.
prise they were almost unanimously passed, and thus the
independent game was blocked. But, nothing daunted,
the dissatislled of our Board called another caucus. A
few members-three or four-got together and had tiekets
of invitatlon issued. The Sergeant-at-Arms, looking over
them, found somethidng wrong and refused to deliver
them, but gave them to his . man Friday," and even he
conceived that all was not right, and gave them to,
whom? Ask Walker. By eight o'clock some fifteen or
aixteen members were inside of the City Hall. Fourteen
or fifteen went into caucus, and now. two of them say
they did not vote when the motion was made to recon
elder my nomination, and three others thought the cau
sus was called to nominate for new officers not acted on
by the general caucus. while five or six members absent
were not notified at all, myself among the number, re.
aiding ing a stone's throw from the City Hall. A man was
nominated in place of the one nominated by me in gen
eral cauuos ; and this act not only nullified allthe acts of
the general eauonsybat was claimed as good ground for
whig and des s to turn independent, as the sequel
ashws.
On the Tuesday following. the Common Council met in
joint ballot, and what wa the result ? Look at the record.
Whigs voted for democrats, independents, and what not,
and members not only forgot their promises, but seemed
to exult in the result. How the various passions were at
work that night, would take too much space to deserlbe;
but one little cireumstance I must relate When my
nomination came up, four members who had voted with
me in thegeneral eaunos, andwho did not go into the In- I
dependent cauous,were told that the other eandidate had
been nominated by the last caneos, and all was right;
eopseqqeatly my nomination received only 16, the other
ly votes. Now I ask the mciber of the tNith Tyar to
nesie tIt pibuly At sltate whno nPefd blot to vote a hbe
. l;. 1_ tlBq t 4 eLh i LW tutria liailea
whad tbat~eF of ;te enebe had toon
el ad .p.e enmbo, of the
themt` w cbo anged hisye
? A wthm, ke ,wi cur i-eol re i n
tn fith' fI lg; t egotr lindeeddent, the neot fiy
as higg, .. r s the sorner we pa st, the better, The
taaadpinai rti belire that one itywityt-fot parties, (In.
dependnt, weather-cook, whig and democrat,) will get
along better than four munlcipalities and two partlen,
(hig and delideit.) I beg hlave to infer from these
gentlnmen.
I. W. t abgd heel tie ni'. U lee that this independent
higher-law dedtrine would be rdinous to the city ; and
without all sebh membes resign, and you elect good
whigs or good denoorats, you wri dfnd the two Boards
can neer act together fr the prosperlttof the eity. As
to the Board of Aesstaente, It Is too numneros. Cities of
twice the sine of New0rleans have not s many members,
and yet double the dutlies to perform.
There are a greatmany other objetions tomy remaining
inthe Board-such as "no roles no order, no regular
mode if buelsine; frequently twentyithree members an
swer to their asmes, and in one houe after barely a quo
rmnis preent,"-but those I have given are esumient.
Itherefore retire from the Council, hoping their future
labore may be productive of more good than they have
been during my short stewardhlp.
TAocas B. Wmnenro.
Prom the Rio Grande.
.oos Inor an A0 c M seaN Munucac.-By the arrival
of the steamhleh Yacht, yesterday, we have received iles
of the ·lowvlle (Te.) Flag to the 22d ult., fram which
We take the following Items :
ndims and M .---It agarin beomes our duty i tre.
oor the reprt ofthe perpetration of.anotbr scene of
bloodeshed and pinnder, which, if our information be true,
would more reemble the work of fldend incarnate than
human men. We are Informed by a gentleman just ar
erled isn noet that, on the evening of the loth inst., a
gang of abont 0 men eoleletingof teoieansa nd Indian.
uattacked a party of sevenAmerieans, who were encamped
at aLae o led Campaeuas five of those at the canmp
are said to have been murdered, and alI their property
taken.into Mexico. Two of the men, fortunately wereon
the mprgin of the lake shooting ducs at the time, and
thfy suceseded In making their escape. These robbers
Iand murdrers are said to have crossed the river asome
forty miles above this plaoeo, on Friday, the 7th lust., and
a detachment Of them ooenly re-crossed it againsoon
afterpeopetrattMthelrn hab sh deed, bearing with them,
as ophies, theright hand of each of thslrlanughtered
victime, while the remainder of the savages cooly en
oampedontho grundrwherothe masacre oecrred ex
peetinttag, no doubt. anotherfmast of blood from those whom
they deemed absent from the camp, and would probably
return ususpicious of danger.
An effort hasbeen made as we learne, to raise suflicient
men to repair to the ground and bury the dead, but such
ronsternation prevails among the thinly secattered scttle
ments, that no one can be Induced to move byood the
precincts of his own habitation-and even there he is inl
hourly expectation of being murdered or plundered, and
we have no government troops here of a nature to pursue
thoese fiends-though if we had, they would have reerossed
the line andbe underthe protection of Mexico long be
fore the best mounted troope could reach the place of
carnage. There we have no law to reach them. What
wilt our goernment do for us? It does seem to us an
emergency ufflciently momentous for our State govern
ment to take meaoureo of protectiou, at least until some
can be had from the general government. An exposed
and bleedin frontier calls loudly fr ald. Shaliwehave it.
Since writeg the above, we have received the following
communication in relation to the matter :
leaeoeveSa.e, May 13th, 1852.
Ma. Erlon-Dero Sir: It becomes my palnful dutyto
request of you to give publicity in the American Flag, of
one of the greatest most brutal outrages ever perpetrated
in a civilited country.
On last Monday eveonlng the camp of seven Americans,
a lake c railed Campucuas. In this county, was attacked by
about forty Mexicans ans Indians residing in Mexico, be
longing to the Caraunkaway andampacuus tribes, and be
ing, as is said by them, instructed bythe authorities in
Moaetio to hkill aod plunder allAmericaneitizeons near this
frontier--suecesded In murdering five out of the sevren.
and taking away a considerable amount of property,a
greater portion of which belongsto the undersigned. Also
acting, as they say under the instructions of the aforesaid
authorities, they mutilated the bodiee of the murdered
men, taking the right hand of each to testify thot they
were entitled to the reward of thirty or forty dollars offered
by Mexico for each American they murder on this frontier.
Now, sir, tho above need. no comments ; I have stelated
facts noas they are. and although it has been five days since
the murder and robbery, I have not been able to get peo
pie enough together who are willing to go only eight or
nun miles from the riveb to bury the dead, the drro.l of
the desperadoes and Indians from Mexico being so great
that the few Americans ond Mcxicano in that vicinity do
not dare to leave their ranchos and families unproeteted.
Wo.RnRr ADnas.
Caune MArnaL.-The Court Martial at lRinggold Dar
racks is still progressing, though with what rerult we
have not been able to scertain. We learn that most of
the higher oeicers of this, the 0th Military Department
are present at the session, and that business of impor
tanee is engaging its deliberations.
MrSTReOUSn Maeao.-Last Sunday morning the body
of Mr. Clark was found on the bahk of the river, within
the enelasure of Port Brown, piered with several bll
holes, thereby showing unquaestlonble proof that he had
been mat foulIydealt with. A coroner's jury was imme.
dately summoned, during the session of which the fol
lowing items were elicited, as we understand: that Mr.
O. N. Clark had rerently arrived here from Noew0rleane,
with produce for sale ; tlut some corn was left with lr.
leoom, on Levee street, at whose hiouse lMr. . was also
etopping ; that on the Sunday morning previous Mr.
Bloom had girven him $20, and that he woa seen the Fame
morning within the military eneiosure on the bank of the
river, as it was thought, preparing to bathe--inco which
time nothing more was seen of him, cntilh bi ody was
found, as above. No clue has been found as to the poerp,
trators of this dark deed.
Roone.t ATHOLICS.--We have just learned .bat the
members of this enterprising ohurch have recently com
pleted arrangements for its permanent establishment in
this city. and on a scale that not only promises its rapid
inhreaseas a cEch. buat from the lilberality of the ar
rangements, promises much for the rapid deveiopement of
Orownseile. We learn that a Bishop of the above
church arrived in New Orleans from Europe, n ,o.,lte for
Brownsville. This Rev. Bishop, it is said, bringe with him
a number of priests and nuns, and that he comes pre
pared wih the means for the erection of a churech on a
larger scale than the perent one, also for the establish
ment of a convent and college. for educational purposes.
If this be true, as we are informed. Brownsvillo will soon
egain commence her march of improvement with collosal
strides. Ail that we desirea i peace-let us but have th s,
both with ourseires and neighbors. the natural adrvantaoges
of our situation and enterprise will accomplish all we de
sire.
MElc.c TanFrP AaAx.-Dame Rumor hao been busy
for the past few days to the effect that the old tariif
regime, as regards our neighborlngcity of Mlatamoros, is to
be again so far modified as to allow the itroduection of
provisions. How far this is true we are unable to say.
though we think It highly probable.
A Ceoara Poewe Paces.-The Worcester, Mesa., Trans
erlpt is now printed on a new power press! of simple and
ingenious construction, lately invented in that city by Dr.
Inawoc, one of the most competent practical mechanics.
It prints 000 an hour, is propelled by one man, and cost
about $000. It takes but one person to feed it, delivers
the papers itsel. and does not occupy as muc room as an
ordinary press.
s At a meeting of the Independent Voters
oi r elpomu in, assembled at *1e* Li.den'l C'alf. , -hous Ilc 1 lel.
) p~rm... and Hrcules air..[., a e D'elock, e. u., the meethirg a.. rgo
oarerd by calling Col. BUiSl t orl as Chairmoo, and WRm. R. May~, Esrq.,
asileretery.
Thb Chair, sbmitt.d thb. ollowingb.s the ylot'hrm of polli.l priu1
pIaln fMrll adoylpion ofthe meetibg
PLATFOIIM 00 TrE INDEPENDENT VOTERS OF
L MELPOMENIA.
Wnsagrs, in all ropablican forme of gorrmnmeu th powers thereof
meat. fbIo the peple, Mnd Should, of ,ight, forever et I. their
hand.;
And, whereas, the history of Ilillll y , ptFommentn Iibiy . a gaduby
eonemtre fia of all powe~r inlto the Amdi of tl~e few, at the exlwnlu elnd
to the sppresaI' of the any,
h And, [,harebm, in me Stat nd municipnl goremmsnln, .eel, I the
t 0.ee&..o oe" li. we a1101 III ttli oI hI l p101os0 to the h'diI
of e few deal oing ld ambitious men 'hat we have gcon rencn to
fear, that unlessthe whole people step forwar in their own n nht,
CMI IIdl bi i lty, l indbI..b nl.. Ii 1ir 'Mhp ..i. If.da
p~tlr i viil,,y., the Aand lwlii w w e LI.Livba lire nlr.dydelnioS roe aurojalur]
.ill, s, wil llh o .cnrely riritry i ai to velndr Cilstla to Samos e
themm hereafn as didlcul 4 if not n-Mri~., oI n..omplih....
I. &,.rrhor I h i7 soy . 01 Teat w illl oppos, by blh ShIr.hld
nod Ilawiful nu , -ily, shm. hirl, may Inlea alon foh l Leviis;;y
n nsdeneyl give hie powers o government, etber srloeun, rjiolr or
My iripul into 111 11It, , i pnindle o .t . at III the Ufhe il. ,
_'. !t.s..od,' 1'M.,lllww,Iwth undamarit. ud lboIIlnti0bld be
lnnctrd I,. l.,l b "'yi the p. ni..yI.; . J-1s0,1,0, ng thl e ih'
.1 M11I If lob dpoplel I th t aly. li. tom +l bvi. 1, prip.aih, i.
heat may Nltriel or intsr.enr with the <quni u~joyclle by ell of Lbrnn
not ip~~rls*o ha petmirtwl to esrnl. or to lava a piece in
+ ou stator«. or In iL. fnndumrntal Inw of the 61et«,
g I. nrre~lrn, Ties, ell dslrirnn ctlirmr *hatllr naivre nb. ar ornntn
"LlnI:,I, of m·Larn agge, shouldl he eolith to a like eniotanent oC polill
so 'llrli g ,; en d bho l M I. pll ibl a .1 I i ld M th e S u n eiy er
o honor or emlolumclll.
I. HIM .nrd !,d'i. t n vioiceolh. di .'I Should t full" and fairly
evpI p1r1 in aI rledlll; noel to lnubli .11.1 I. lhi., ti. pa.islbs.
cite. ·oclh e of tII* Bnta eoulld he sn nth-ýiiridrd, thnt no ono a -
flbmethIelM i cmllod to amt I Is r nwnber Lan three lb. llrl
Uellsil r n the mu rn ofn the ease 0.)·.C , la de lmnll--·~ thru an -h-e
i list m~ylr s, b. mode the mlb.muvenie*. to he
T. It.1.101 That in d 1l by ism in thi, state .h. i. WI.Shld la
cast linr nxsu, and not by easel ba~llot-ther one being the oxprmrsou of
the DPVeoI nL. nIATrIoheI that 'IITI.lluln
B. IlAnlrdll, ThaYt ell Ixne ratingifCrkH 0 l n. o
ctmantel , t~ Inins tusio nln bup wading army and mnvr i l m
lion.), State tad mnllilfhwl indrhsdneas, is cntrary to tli« Ermine of s
nnpubli.. oreronent, t. in do. iou ~f1 lhe rights of riving g..lia
tierce, awl should taupe created yaro" h" "inliull, nillrr unlnla9~c
or nunlpali w, ithout the Rnt obtaining l sex ion of the peo10c here
upon, Ihmlvul-1u riM rurl sllrun·.
7. Resrdrrd, l7lnt·ar!lr wa ntll reialedsyaun of free. Ianliid I Leakling,
where IL0 right· of all,.hamlmlndon andl nlnlhnldur,' n r timely -1ý I·I
Plaided, - epblics. iwaily -tiori-, wd Should f b, jrovitls i fa o .thie fua .-l
rmnun e (te6hu
S. t ab . TILte eolt·Ixe 1I1m of aunu the Sh ;u, g
I.- he ri~ht W 1781 0 b0 ulrr·o ii L'ld, end to on r to u bassis. ln
. .,it of ublic concernment .addsl the)-, in tllrir wisdomr, may dAum ll.
,owrr and props:, and reseed.) W the gemral~ prorpplity of thea
who)..
f. Ru1DlrrdTluttneith-mr nt.oa1, Salta, nor nomesps1 indebtednesss
when entered into be -o b ·s.· onnnnt of hs s`usll·.·ii oull last beyow
a cerlrm gives "it ptciisd timo end ehould~o not Lo tnit~d, will
inrroaned mnwmt. trol, no Kllllrsttvn t0 ,'h [loon
10, X-1-1rl, That a Mrs Z,* residence of six mouths in the Slate and
sixty days . p., !h, City, ass 1'miuct, is amply Iumrient to quality
Say Aw~ ra "tfu to tga to tile polls sad wt has vow umw [arid uglyl)
andwih oerean to th "vn )goat o Or ·11
11. RIsofrr"7, hat uo oMe-,Should he coat an~d Lyyap aiamant ; u
'Ins" b e uleatrl y theo people; and evhen ao sleeted. ie othery *lr
than the Ipreselilrr ooh f ot ume, shoul l e ro qulreJ for the ",mihful
performenr of ha duties whirb the elect may 1. called upon to die
charý its ender thle Ilre~nll w-&tlll rl s!.wyds many mart to, buLlt CLIsi
boa, ,/ of ii~ Ln ml.; the pan I.,u not bui.. 7Y~thle, n ruattn
hw nb·nhr, persona of lmg unable to give h«r. roqulref eeeillty to the
ofiR,.,bond.
Rseofr 1. Thu do whole pullu now Iw~tg mrriall out in our city For
alumrnt ie uuslond, Gl to ho Inrr. use ulreomr rod hI..mri len, nal
Lae aot filled he "el. d,.I"."d in ire 0 roationn; murd ti is U rane the pub
lic soice is rrrll-zol, cad rcudecnd oft. Y l hn tNa.! the ms rurtlou of
the orgoic c law-th whole Lemg ay I I call~ whdili. n .,o p.p"ll-- Lb
ofilee utd (sllie a CWI. ill-0«nl visullylll in the 0 LIdd· ,IY* tan ; the
tetr which wsu , ton mane which 40 t, an dnl the Ligh~t which
iilnbten. up our dlrkrlmrl way, ll Iwillg in the baade u[ rclmlrtir*i~ or
n aoelslir·, tad ,lobed an1t to sex , w l il he \ur UGiar, .Iluilis, and~
at the ppri t rt url fiI by~ threee, 08 urlords, m·lan, amt rulers,
Rs,+1nte 1'hL h order .ary :i ,let thee, oar derknd
pr~mipies, andl to bring .tout. raform~uon f thew the maLtan of unr
00)0. 1st we ecub pladgr oar word of n ueell honor, thle one to the
otlwr, W .:art oats yen t the ulmoet of l sus liliqty to sleet to fill such
algae, app fom GiaM W time rnnle wain a e, twlh State and Munf
h roiher aS of [tit osrsse, ledi pnge their aid ad W.W. ./awarrds the
RRwJ""erl That" p nenup Utica 0006 e our Shores (America); thi
w hole board)., a-rest, an d a nl i , :.!tots soll-t lhereto. nn, or
01 tiglht sJnrlr Ass, nerd.
The meeting wm addresse by WV. H. Foot., Eel., Col, Wm, Scale
IIlyos, and severl other pntrBem~p.
Th. following potermen wan nominated m rudidsue for membon
to lke Conaatia:
008)TORRIIU. FAXOL1IPITELI
70I)It1 A, hf, UUUC14;YAh' C, "W" LO,
liikilIdf (b414ilIIIO
H.-kn p U Snr
SDunges on.-4 new OddFellore Hall l4 dedicated at
Bestia, Lowndr county, Adla. on the 11th ult. Quitb.
lar..umber t~tm boterhood were present. The Hail
edled ted about 10 o'elook in a solemn and impres
vi manner by the M. W. Grand Muter, P. C. Smith, of
Mesgom . A processeeion was formed and marehed to
the Oh os .ere an oration was delivered by ReV. P.
H. Lundyy, orator of the occasion, before an immense
audience. After the conclusion of the speech, all who
were present, ladles and gentlemen, (and there were hun
dreds) repaired to a barbaeue in a n ljacent grove, where
a well spread table was in readiness for them.
Tie BALLwr.-Nible, of NewYork, has just imported an
entire new company of French ballet daners, who will
shortly appear. He has also engaged Madame Fleury
Joly, formerly the favorite Prima Donna of the Orleans
Theatre in this olty.
asbi_ EalS.
The no plue ltra of faney and staple dry goods are n
doubtedly to be found at Foste's, 22 ihartres street, at
low prices. We observe that the families of many leading
eotisens patronize this establishment. "It must be an ill
wind that blows nobody good;" although thehot weather
is causing a stagnation in most kinds of business, we
know that Feste has been veryrecently disposing of many
beautiful summer goods.
Arrivals at the Principal Hotels.
--rnWMWo.ronb Jobe Manninsg TDI Col lonb fs0m fl, and .vg,
H Cta O Toddo HOF Cire'ori, Cold Gem rernltb IJDAo.
cdrrm ,J Resew raA a atevw, CWierTH W Dehmw if O- A C
Dre JC T O ptr e n Perkinr J Joe lt a tm, t {t0rt OWA
S, L; D Eldrad J H S e nd,
Mnd ea , ymorian, J It B.I. o.. Hits; Wm'Tlyd 4 Jame
Dbh. Hi KOndRel, CO t IOeaNmJ PhCllU. · rBOejr
ADClke, TIe J D Ml , DC g ADE A Ik, A H Lodd, e.
WHHolto, GO ep JFMrel enreinp WPme; riJtl eIrinki Moi
- eMa,NY; rans aid lIte Mn ,Be E Miller a fd uly, to Ie
IUllor, leKig, .. J boV m St ePole;A D O CmUme,. tmems it
. LOOUIOS.... EPFornqet, Mn.; J p Fowler, Llrdferd Cu
OhIol, J tOak fsol, Mr sad kin Thtee Bl; NOO H Cley,t.Oee,
lemlng aid rvW Aln; T W ºWneG t Ru ; PiPTh Y Oit. L J
SegurH Wallen, W J Wo Ls I; T I Devine. its J KIneed and
two eidn, J A mit, A S Jonmn, G Nlhoh i Jet h Terr;
H Wllens, eltmorN ; T W Pire, oteol; J. Sprrseme, .Y.
ARCADS.i..Jobn Bla.k E I t qompeon, W B Steel, J Octott
rt, Cap Fethioro, Chol Thtotoen John 0 Black W H ocko
Miie; C Borland, Ohio' r ClemosAlo; WOsbo, E OE Fcher L
A tJ 1tCario.e en I or W Wrer. Tiu OU A DeVi,.ttJ Vt
.''t J ,nI.O B lte'Ay;ArkL TMLee, NO s Nett,NJ Ch
L Jldte, J Slmoo, WI.; Dr R Gi UUthoU A o Hnter MY
COOMiM "iL.:..Johb Jomor, Ciarroltt;mt F Borle, Brr. St
Jii John C Len Tael H Telo Ky; D Warrenr, Wit ; A C.tni,
WIg Letthetl, etoohn Gri0no, Wem Haidin, Fi; Al Jones, Mar
Andereon, Mire Andemne, Ai,
Marrned :
On Sltonly, diAv 99 by the Roy. Father McKruol, Hr. OWARD
D. BMTIITH mntt MU ANNE KEILLY, ll of tis city.
Died:
On Monday monsr, May 01, t 10t o'clock, AUIGUSTUS DAVE7.ZAC,
aged 16 months, inaotnt of Sorh anrd Dr. A. lareaue.
On Monday ornaing, May 1, at 9 o'enetk, JAM1. POWELL, oled 4
_0-" FOR THE CONVFxTION.-Please announce
Dr. i. C. SIblONDSi asl INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE FOR THE
cONvoEilN, for the First Repreaeoltie Dsrit of the parieh ofl
t o 1 .. . 2T ito
PIEADQUARTERS FORTY-SEVENrTH tOIMItNT,
S0FIRST DIVISION, Lt.
The Staff and Line Officers of the
Sortyoointh Rorimenet are hreby ordered teo eeumble
at th Armo . eoror Carondlt aed Peoaido t!reeti,
o f tFsNobAY EVENING0 June.o at 8 o',itn t..
Punltual al ltenedan isapnaicuhlyt toues e . n|qHlvnole or , sporf cn
will b toted. By order. 0. W. 61AW, Colonel Cm'g.
A. iL Ow, Adjotant. m$0t
PERSEVERANCE FIRE COMPIY NO. 13.
The omceR an members of tl;iCeompnny r hereby
notified te attsend na sh nl meeti,,l to 0b heol 0 the
.OOAY,eMd buct., et hilt.
i.s Woo , tis hoeld th erty r member wUlbo e punctualn ee .i
,'ssof importtnce pill be brought 1efore the Com mny.
Je2 - yorder.. DAN. ML'NROE, SecreotLery.
WASHINGTON FIRE COMPANY NO. 20.
Tleotl,,ern ,slemberl of Ihieenpopny ,re hortby
ntired to attend monthly easLing, ra SuO.D)AY
MORNING Jn ate9i oeatn',l nd renlar mlonthly
. AY EVENL A at hullsnlt ,, e lock. PYaetund at
tendnce is eameeully requested. jed] J(OEPH (0. ROSE, Sec',.
SGEOnGoo W.ASNl TON LODGe No 65.--A
'reolr meeting of this Lodge will beheld on WEDNO.ODAY
EVENING, the tet instt, at 731 o'elock, at ualonic 1Ill,
comer of Uarone oed Perdtido .1treet... lMembere ar re.
qeid to be ponetua. S porler.
Sot F. A. DENTOEL, Secretory.
I. 0. 0. F.--How.a. LODoGE No. 13
meetis every THURDAY EVENINOG in the Grand
streets, at .X.Glo . Otfltcenr--P. y cCnrty e.
0. Georget t B.diteh, V. o.; George G.Le, Sereretary; J. e e'r
o.e.*, Per. Suretaly; Jnmees Da.ils,'Tereure, jonloo
SLONE STAR.-Tho General Assembly will
[ holt ie seruloii on the FOURTH Ti1URSD0AYf e acb
month,cnttrnqtely at Creoct Hll, ceornr of Cmp ir one
* ad CoMnuoreil Alley, ad at Olil of Divisit No. 1,
Thoupttuli street, etween Jyeonane nPhilp t1ets, (latle c ti ,
afayette, the lrutr cio being held t Cecsent Hail oa the Fourth
Thdta yin May. By order of the President.
my4 ]y A. W. JOURDA00 , Secretary.
Patent .Elpaea UIbrellas.
C. LEIGHTON & CO.
Ur' H1-e re.1,ed at the
FROST PREMRIII SHIRT AND OWNT'O FCRNIOSID'O STOlE,
No. 63 Countstroet, next door to St. CbS!,.s street,
mother lot of the justly priest
ALPACA UMDRELLAS.
ThLy combinb the lbro of Bilk wi.th 0ar grea.tr .urablity, and COST
ONLY ALFA TIH PRICE. sa 0.1 3tlp
Printed Lawns-Fast Colors.
5000 YARDS FRENCH PRINTED LAWNS,
WARRANTED FART COLORS,
ALL AT EIGHIT CENTS PER YARD.
VICTOIL FESTE,
j" -H'IIARTRF. STREET.
Chene Foulard Silks.
oNE CASE-1ll0 R ETIES
SUPER CHENE FOULARD SILKS,
ALL TO IRE SOLD AT TWENTY CENTS 10:R YARD.
VICTOR FESTE
j410 CHI.SRTIIES STREET.
/aTo Fo'oung Gentlcmen./r5
l Yh, 1Y Fityo qoo.1,,s I,,. ,ogo, ond yl olbuWi-TID .Fl
uenmen vil I r: ik r ocr .o Icra.
Thmm wenll 1IIILLldll c· an comnnnll from 11000 16/
512000 .,year. Persona without jellilie~vai- seed not
em~ secs he .Persona ovoul'
TLa Hrat regalrll. is u 11 of WRIT`ING nod
Knowledge of HDDI-keCYn07g,
bothl of - ,lcb cav be ncq l0O 'I0 olS tie a,010. 11011o00
DOI.0000R'S SYRITING AND AT?)DKEEEPING ACAEE.SIY, 50 Canal
street. (stablIished o 163S.)
These who wish good 1,tetinn 1 in the F.11, sbld. legiln ts mouth,
·I ho.... ...I lri g'j. th,.ir Clerk. lLro I O, buaiouee~.,aga.
Classes for Isdies ony, \londn WI) ,1da1ya na0d ,Pri.0c.1. 5n,,?3,2
d o. . For otsr, Tusdye iaway As Snt-.y., f rom 4 l0 0 s". u.
,Ontleoen,daily and1t 11,g1? .
7,0 t 3,9 RYPUF SOLBEAR, do C.1000 1rert.
60f Camp Stree-d 60
UNITED STATES HISTORY,
DSy EGRERT GUERNSEY, A. M!.
PUBLISEHD BY. LADY I BUORGESS, NRR' 11101
This w0ork I. designed lor the us, of 01chotl, od ,,lld..Irom lb
discoery ofr Amerce. I," Colaablu, to thle present timewithnn
t1ro001a01psO0d IIraing.. ThIor. ae Ltoo is L 0.000ty ha0pter.,
giving mo neee-t of Amerie.. Aniguliq.W, and it history of thre In
b)ti s, lolt0 In 0 ol0ni0 l hiy no iAoliolri, point hue Goon pna,1
wrr hile a larger elvers has been devoted to the Revolutionary
1.,,,,un is usal in .l ob,,YI,,irio. Teb liogYphy of ebh I're..
,leof of 1,,e United States is Riven tli0 0...tion wit his d0tln0i,
0ti1. '1 llowork is printed on larrge open typ, T)ell hound, And
contain. 450 pages, 12 ...
melt 3tDplIW FPar.00 by J.B. NSTEEL, 80 Cntp .1oAt.
GoiLg .Jway, .flle Yoole
17' Do Ilre10 t HUTCHIINGS', le1 0im tae yorr Portrait, 5011 will
nevelr regRet it. Ilsl Pikb,,,,,oon not IM surpased. bRICE TWO
OILLARSD. Corner CLll) O id YII~t,,., a0,,ll,. 01)11 0000
Important to HIousekeepers.
E*1, rill ItI and elisi,5,1 from tlhiso ·, dllrioa Rlg lmmrmoI,0 ,
t.,.1001t of ASI NWOODS that comes to th Nl"lloi., at 10541 per ,rd,.
A 1D, the bes,,OAK WOOD 1t 150 per 1,nl. I'ITTODERROH COAL,
CIIAIR,,,,O.o, ANEI.IS, TAR, ,. ., etc., 0 ill be sold equally
low, Ond fair g50ITsl0ill be ,re0. Orders left n0 the Dle*l, 1 New
BRa~s or inl the Order 11~v-e at the Arcade Hotel, Orleans rluorr, H.
illlrtiale'O Jlp Store.,ri.t Walk, or at my house on Cam0.p110. t t.
Jnlin and St. Joseph streets, will he promp~tly attended to.
01004 1 p b__ E. J. WOETE.
NEW MlUSIC.-SSoxto-Joy of the Ty
I· rul Broken lla~to~l, weepoo mSre bI, l D o,,l-,.
barj; Ediv Flos,. byW. Io,,0. Wlie, Hy ,ID, Cb,
S. Foster; Oh HoyeCI, car t ln1;Frwll yLli
Deer;: Off~ fur Ilelttima otNac ilNgr iloie
I'l:l".PE--I 0, Wnl0aloyd'.\ll,,rl, Op 7.1w 0,11, Plp l0d' IA.lbrI
RLol -E I, I 'oltA, Mi,,,,lt l.r by 0: t 1.t,,o, ,lrO o bylulli,oL,
A.)K. l1olEI , o,, . FoIlksy by J. 01 H1? tt , an. l Polkn, 1.
Klebxr: Innnryrn Polka' . It, b '1-.I. ey; Lorgnette lteclur·, Ly)
Al~ssmlrcnlel; Wliam's Psx Polka, Uyy p. P. Jonoe; Alou Ito.. Polleyl bj"
JiT. I0ro0111 0001lea. Ploll 10, H. IT eiab.
1s~t Ii 11. DIIEWITT, 3, COnp It ,rot.
T HE FRUIT.-LAstoETt cele
foodnad PoL!, (PEAL!LEE, SEaRS, Of.,) oil!
GOAY S"EESON'S EYD STTORE 0T" f! PL,"teN DE:POI T
i;; SIE Chfla 0tr05t. Loren of Pod Fruit. tould cell orroiyG.u.o
rlonet.t utPPgp y' _ _ je' 9
OFFICE N]W ORLEANS ANDCARROLLTON RA5.5041) CO.}
Nawln~nr.ean Juno 1, ld59. f
N OTICE-.Tho price of Tickets on the La
nDOEtt. ldn hlo this day be5n &,dl It SIX DOLLARS P'ER
IUNDIIED. Sold io buudle loof of5 Too.l. Dyorol..fo.ftDoRod.
TUBE TREASURER of the BRANCH MINT
OF 'rHE UNITED STATES .0itanotice the, he s propnrc i In
EXEiANiOE THREE CENT PIFECES FR SOLD 0o ol npplionul.
thosofor. Ili oll o.1 dejlivor IhL .,io, It the ooe.oa of the Sl."to
El Enirts ryuioL themet n diftmooo, ood holOO5y bh more eon0
Saio y OO1EoOblO oI OLr lon o! the OxpOOOO.· to lla SiDEou. hen to the
Rhotto PIIItdlaidi. Tbo oisi lbeio iu p.00. of lE, tL9OU t I:O,
Oho *npElttioo.om ...1to Iw oeiheL of 510,m eE* 00 orultplEri05LtOOl
1 olrYLSIEL ndLot o ill be reii . S i.OOi eO
-l s WIELIAM DoSETS, T.anurer.
b IME-2000 bblo. ]Richard's Cape Lime, man
OfOOSSO~dintS.~lrls oofoq.000o05 C.oLCOOr~oolo.ooo, ioo oooL oi
0.OLOheLEIMrobfle Ynol, 00010 of Sf. Looir ano Robortson Otraoo,.
aIdlyioo5 l-. Ifol'oio iro0 stameL0r EC.-al, whirltll he SIdeod
oOEaouobf tesrn ttoil iLo, o I-e. los 9th
N OTICE.-The cop&Ptrtership heretofore ex
it, sting in this I"ity hetwnsn the mlarrlpo cn, un,l~r the Arm o! \I.
CCttDONA k CO., has this day I-.a ditlolrnl y nmalu~ll co, rnt P.
M. Totoooi ohoogoj witethe iiyn.jlnLioL otthoe slFttn otfio St . All
Forum having eeriest ngooofoob h o Ar or either of the tOud.nlmsd wil
pleta Prewar them for papymont. SOAt. T. InS1E,
RILOOOOOO., don. I L8SS It. CASSONA.
'T1he underoigned reopeetfullyitsformshio
fI0FSiSioL Lii tlhl 010t hSo will roLt". the FURNITUREOLUSI
tICESOLEOIa old shml, No. Itt -o1S *tt, from th0 afont .oeoSt nextl.
--Orle. J-- e 1, 1 S. I. tL W. T. E O.
oeLADON SPRINGS will bR open for then
tsem Mlpon of .Siuman on he nt day of Sae, Esunnln
impro ou have free.Evudtduringhe W,..40 to.
LA0.S cm b0 e t0 forE.blS.y RmmmaRlrd* EJciLt 1...ul.S Oo.
OoLn wnlotd,fed thee prtprF.0Snatttr ttst..1 thtS theo y m0000
hell, I proRid to g.oS.Ooifo ifon to.s thin sEiOHat. .ot.. No
er9rtioo u hop ...ir 5 ±
stay 4. r h r rthe ~ir companyy plsssaat sad egnu61o.
e! tap] C0 h N1R t tILNRY, Prnprlator
FRANCSB V. R. MACE,
PROFESOR AD I OFAND N G, oAVALRT AND
H.. .pa.ed i MILITARtY SOHOOL~Iat AtwRy HI of sthe Frlt
mldga, pslilt. Union Row, Cleadlet sI teee, In the following
brIND.be rathe Soln.a to-Ilti
Ist.... SAuRE RXgEt ISE-- r Ca ry a ud artllery
."...SMIAL-s WORD CUT AND THTUB T FiENiNG-for In
1....CAVALRY TACTIC-as ugbht I theb United SBInte D.
4h,....INFANTRY TACTICS-.. tight at the Wast Point Mill-.
ter Acdeml.
WOFF OICER maN be uPlruIted In their POSITIONS AND DU
TiES ON DRILLS, DRIUSG PARADES AND REVIEWS, by tho ,
R5Oae¢l-Geni. E. L . p, Col. W.·V W. W e. Wd. Ie Sptf
Great Reducteon or Prtces I
NO HUMBUG I
POSITIVELY LOW !
ALFRED MUNROE & CO.,
84 MAGAZINE STREET.
The inre~sd Itok of ClLOTHING, how in tsy, will be ICLOED D
OFF AT LOWER PRICE thae. goodsof the ue quality Wre ever
offered before in NewOrlsuhs.
Al thre. in want of bais. hbd beltr give .s a call. We m.an
fect , ll our ow go nd wanrt every r.,lel.. ,I ate trhe pu.r
abuooD artidl., thA pu sertnot stISod, then money willb '
,,endedt or s exIhBUg madsoi .adte-oy.
COATS.
LERINO AND CASHMERET FROCK AND SACK oOATS.
SILK WARP ALPACA, LUSTRE, SAO AND UNION DFOCRi.
PONEE BILIS, HONGO-KONG ad SEERSUCKER .. .
IMITATIONSEERUCKER AND BRO. LINEN ...
FANCY LINEI OLKA SAC AN O ..
WHITE GRASS AND WHIT LINEN
PANTALOONS.
WHTEDRILL AND DUOK PANTAL.p.lNS-1 qtltle.
R5IFaehFIPANCYAND BROWNLINEN ORILLPANTALBNS.
PONGrE SILK AND SEERSUCKER
STRIPED LINEN, BROWN LINEN PANTALOON--Il quiltIl-..
FrenOh and ngli.h M.RINO, ALPACA
VESTS.
White, But Pttern and Colored MARPEILLES VIETS.
Whit. GSnu Hoag.-KoI and sFay LINIEN
UNDERGARMENTS.
We nll pIta.lar ato.,tIoos our gP ItNk of
COTTON AND LINEN SHIRTS,
WHITE AND COLORED.
W* keep conslunIy on hand OVER FIFTY DIFFERJ.NT SIZES,
fLom IS lbobs.l k to 1.
LISLE THREAD, GAUZE ERRING HALF SLEEVER and wiltout.
GAUDE SILnK, OAUZE CTON AND MUSLIN UNDERSHIRTS.
NIGPr SHIRTS; COFTTO AND LINEN DRAWERS.
SILK, LINEN, THREAD, WHITE AND BROWN Colorn SOOKS.
CRAVATS, SUSPENDERS,
UMBRELLAS, CARPET BAGS,
TRUNKS, LEATHER SAGS.
INDIA RUDDBBER GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
OF YBVY KIND.
.... ASo ....
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WINTER CLOTHING,
Of every desription, whkh will be
CLOSED AT GREAT BARGAINS FOR CASH.
IrONE PRICE FOR GOODS--NO DEVIATION.
myII1 Spi ALFRED MONROE & CO., M Mgi..!e alt.
..ews Goods I .erew Goods I !
Just reNived by the propeller W. Penm,
AT SIMPSON'S,
50 CANAL STREET,
large thipment of
DESIRABLE SUMMER GOODS,
l boght in the mouth of April, at iebh rts will permit him to
distribte them Nmog h cutistme,, at
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. CHEAPER
5 th5e .usMl rtes. Amog these gsd. are
1000 pieces CIECKED CAMBRICS, from 10 cents up.
SM piece. GI~GHAMS, from one bit p.
FOULARD SILKS, GREAT STYLES, st 5O.ents..
NEW STYLES OF JACONEITS, LAWNS AND PRINTS.
LACE MANILLAS, LACE SHAWLS, FINE BORBINET.
PINE, BLUE AND WIITE Il-4 BOBBINET, for BI..
LACE TRIMMED HANDKERCHIEFS.
EMBROIDERED BANDS, BLACK CRAPES.
DAMASK N APKINS, TABLE CLOTHS AND DAMASKS.
LINEN DRILLS, BROWN LINENS, TOWELINGS.
WHITE AND COLORED DOTTED SWISS hUSLINSOheap.
LINEN HANDKElRCHIEPS, HOSIERY, PARASOL, etc. etc. ea.
All Ahese ril,., ithe s imnmese .tock of
PLANTATION,
HOUSEKEEPING, and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
wl b, D, .s tA . . w. . .al. ,.s..., st
rysI If S 1PSON'SIIC,.sI CI0o.tr
To ouesekeepers.
oJust spend at
SIMPSON'S,
50 Cannl strCot,
POSITIVELY CHEAP,
800 dlwn DAMASK NAPKINS-Of .1l qualitie..
TABLE DAMASKS--4,14, 8-4, 0-4.
CI.OTHSFrom 60-enRs enh up.
1UCIKABACKS, DIAPERS, CRASH.
SHEETINGS--.Of superior qualities, very low, at
myjl lyl 8 IMPSON'S, SO Coll.al.00.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs.
Oer TWELVE HUNDRED DOZEN, just opened, from 75IeI.
pJr down to $S. All guarLntled to
TWENTY PER CENT. CHEAPER
thlbl at tany other hone, at S PSO N'3,
uyl7 9ptf so Canal street.
Swiss Goods,
'TEN CASES, just opend,el,,aiing of PLAIN WIIITE SWISS
ICUSLINS, COLORED AND W1III1'E DOrTTED MIUOSLINS, E.3
BROIDERED MUSLINS, PLAID, STRIPED AND BROCIIE 01US
LINS.,tc.,,. SI31O8O N'S,
mlyll ptf s0 Canal treert
Irish Linens,
i. Aaaofacutred evpr,.evy for my own asal, of pare flao, ,uarn-.
tied to be OUCH CHEAPER then,1,0 inferior r 6i0l cota at Any other
tebuli.hment. C. SI. SI M PSON,
oyO Spli 60 Coal sLtret.
Bobbinet for Jlosqulto Bars.
C PINK, BLUE AND WHITTF. perior qnli.h.i-just reemired
at S101PS1ONE,
y..' 9plf 20 Cpnal street.
Linen Sheetings.
tar PURE FLAX--4, 10-4, 11-4 ,ad 124, vary low, with PILLOW
CASINOS equally cheap, at 81 PSON'S,
myl7 9tt 60 Coal street.
JIosquito .Wetting.
i FIFTEEN HUNDRED PIECES SUPERIOR NETTING, Just
opened, at very low prices, at 8 AI P SON ' S,
-17l Iptf 60 Cana tret.
Fashionable Clothing.
th Tohe underaigSlnd repectfully invit the notice of pofrohrcrs ta
their large and snperlar stock of
SUMMER CLOTHINO,
embracing alnl tht new ad desirable, as regards godsl,atyles and
.IBrImnIChip, iB
FROCK AND DRESS COATS,
SAC AND PALETOT COATS,
PANTALOONS AND VESTS.
THOMPSON & NIXON,
0pl& Sptf 19 Camp street, opposite the City Hotel.
ClotitngS Clothing ::
NORRIS & WAY
W Would tll the attention of the public to their
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
SPRING AND SUM3MER CLOTHING,
which, for style, varetyand superiority of manufacture, theyare atbsied
will meet theitr pprobntion. They will be constantly reeiving fom the
North.,TIE LATEST NOVELTIES AND STYLES OF GOODS,and
matain throughout the lsoon a full aortmeut of evry thing nees
at to a gentlemasn' wardrobse, onisting of-
Sup. Cold .ad .Ahk CASHIMRETTE Frocks, Sa. Freeks and Sa..
I.. ERINO "* and -
ALPACIIA
Genuai INDIA PONGEE AND SEERSUCKER COATS.
LINEN DRILL, CANVAS MD BROWN LINEN COATS.
FANCY LINEN DRILL PANTS, of every variety of pttern.
15 And an .tiro new or.ment ofI
SUMMER VESTS,
to which they would espeehIy E, atentionliS.
IIESIERY,Slored sal plais,
GLOaES,
SHIRTS,
And sa lect lot of SIMMER CRAVATS.
NORRIS & WAY,
CORNER OF CAMP AND COMMON STREETS,
ps Eif Under the City Hotel.
13i- Clhartres street. 1
P. W. WOODLIEF,
ian' addition to his general .trck, hu on hand
A LARGE STOCK OF
FANCY,
STAPLE AND
PLANTATION
GOODS.
' A LARGE STOCK OF- oIUSLIN8,
SAREGES,
JACONETS,
LAWNS,
GINGHAMS,
BATTISTE,
PUSE,
PRINTS, et. ek. apl tf
IORIEAU, TH., 151 Royal street, corner of
Toulousa , Lairs' ,ill Getlemen' Faecy Articles nd pcr'lll.r
. - S lyI
BLUE LICK WATER, fresh from the8sri(.
f r sale by [1.e] PL.51 MAES .
OWDERED IPECAC-Of superior qulity,
f or m lobyL [*Jte] P.L.fy.
PRECIPITATED PHOSPHATE OF LIME
'aat pr. s,.. by j,] P. L MASSEY.
R.OWAND'S TONIC MIXTURE-A fresh
SI"Pl, j3.t reeeiveqlandl for wle wholesal and retchl
D EMIJONS--1600 one, two, thuee and five
bA MU yl .*VOLF F, 95 Camp .trct
pORTER--150 casks London Porter, in store
d for sle lw, by SASMEL WOLFF.tS e pmp.r..L
r U.0f 1ox I .:r ýge .. at . b. .
NOTICE OP MLOTION. -
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A VI1S 4 }LECTIIN POUR DELEOTjLS A LA.
h1 '9, ù~~ 2.1.2 rl S..~21l JOSEPH WALKEIt.
J., 1.' ai p 1,2 1' n-1- e1 A =
La 1. IM.dr 2 1 0...p.6 ilc . P..qn.lllp. Bj2.22222
I..- ~ li lu2q.J, . I. .1iwp , îl .2.. 2,1
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.1! à Itaai..floos nU' il saurnt
222.22,j22. hW NFWE.îîî. . ", cl ..l.o,,.2, 242 C2.2212202220R22T,
Viii' ~ ~ ~ ~ " OIE Pull-îî..2.,.,h.h2.,h2,21,.,,
C221hp2..g,.2 h ecksy 22 22212, 22,22
61222 CAMP STREET 6111 îîi,1 222
Lunch at the Shades2
Tnr nrRNI1Na
rrom 'rll-pmt f0 to hall'-poet 14 b'eloek.
_ ETAS the binrkeU fully rayrtulntad·
Dr..efgen's Improvement in .Erti.
cidal Teeth.
C$' *A'TslTRT AT .AST PORX PRFlCO
CHPRL& E E.U ARRTION TOSTH L, f bim reE
eE lof t. Charles and North R.,i SEotnon·
facoie--S Tnayytte 34 am., hn eecoredthe ht keno tlaimp*.la m~ng
whlih m S1 , B1lAUTh C ESEEE. T
PERFECT CT A ADAPTAA IO TION TO -f which roods. had 4 nod
LrlDI.na ~ ~EEEI···RE~r*. i REEIE SEES ER,
fonbenm "tl to a degre hithto·t unkown, Then ino ened
nro inrltetd to call nod enlmlr a · Itneoa.
OO"' EntineEEtiaER. tioS FIrRESAJ. S4 pj. W
F. II. Knapp A I. Chandler,
DENTAL SURGEONS,
104 SommoEn StreSt,
OppaetE the REai. et the St. Chorea HAS.
W . H KNAPP, (Rr5on pa.rler of Ithe le1tm of P. H., C.e.
a'd JB. Kpp, i esrd., r r Iw TIhole lime ExiuirEly A OS
n rEtAE oES ii hd t an, an ny ,,e beSEEno. lw .th551 paty trhob
SD. At yens Ho hie 1! ·MiEE J iith hlsA .
prmtica Da. CI(INaIII· I kill l atOxleIIaIionce, it lv 4p"P
a tas. S.t Snapp
Iý AtU~d. to rho duties A hi. prolrmipn Ae a
"PNT end
rngideee, ex di-I to thle 11B"Tohi. ability Sat hU of ,.ra
Yd' N romeeti wit No. 15 ARONNE STRES P~naa Ln
_ o. __ qstdnipric. Term. rh. Snl
JOHN ALLEN'S GREAT
"It. tin A~tn IITI31'IC DI:NTiSTRY
'u~bnr PRE1 IENI.IYFSBLF E
OlEARAXCPt (lREAT STRENOTtI, ant n far
m p fetiatto fhelos hcenieypl nco lxlnnlr ed in lhn s ardenl me nner.
to tart th ýe ocuito. axi the L'rilr of retumiug lc ss· if th'i
opit5, ,Aih are nlt Ti5 IRLI"t.
l . iltiZiTIi Denlt, 114 St. CStTEE .keaEt,
np Ed Ldp sIE IEoi IES El erilg A gn.
A hats, Ca ,s, etc.
53ROnt hans AT WHOnATSLSS.E *~tgn~tai
SSLKFSR OASSESEWRS, 5ERICANEWool TRAW. PA
do CASSPAfACHS HATE, E Eor t Ee b '
1Y1B 41M~aW o RIf 1 mA t'1
Boots, Shoes and Brogans,
AT WHOLESALE,
NET lEdiRAIfromE ship Norfolk sad ER to reES1,eg55S
SrtmEnt oE BDOOTS SHOES SRORANS, SESS, CATS,
Ate. x AutdiieV ith prime ERiOSET BROGSANS WtO1 !
ME l , SCB.AW ard CASRPEAOSSY SIATa
rlhf ,o'wsa kLt pricm, by
1P918 Srsd SAEER, PsOST& C..ORRS0 M.l..seSt
Trunlks: Trunks ! Trunks
Wo tre opening a very supoeior
' ot Ptltarllphp nEanSEtured TRUNTSK Tle
SAGS A nl' ,do 1I.TRhAVLTINS
W1" d AL fowicweT' te w. t uotoened he. . ld at oddemt· .riE~lt No. 60
GtAIER TREIIET [m):8 ] RS ROBS SRE
TRUNK; WAREHOUSEE No 11
CNLSTREET.-W TnE SE hood 80EEREp
1'ICK3 ad400do CRPigpBA Scocrunq
T d nlnriptiwe of Kends in tPirIk AKNi
SOLE LttTHiH, IRON HA1M ANANDCKIN
LORES'TEES ER HATCAf; BRSE WILTON 55,
VENETIANE CARFr BARS1; .ER . 51,5 EsurSE,.ES RE LADIER'
BAIR, VALSSES, ,k., sOlt, Sa me SSOI. at S5YL OW PRICES.
.yls 915H 4 H N. PTRIEIt hE).
W'orldt's Safe Company.
1THE attention of the public is called to thee
rn ilty :d., pperiority of thew Bate. ore, ll olh n Oar Bafr
QteN SEh. tinw A. e W Sca.tforSm saw itSr.5
.TEgly undoheSm ,SnirES pl te. or 1.551 SSSSSr h . wmpoE
eu o aleuiro ie ran, o llirp Ui· the I a nd mafýiip
SERRE to the .00,l or drill S... tEd pbl or Ah. S'blom t. ..E
ledg·e To Weeclrot it U onlyy mesrqey to r y. UN·Pn t " "
pSrths4,, W e leySE s no Els or 0.b riO om SE 3 ISSE 'a"
EREu SIS.,ir W nm5551, tiE praAslSERS wl LSrJe to
pet tlne rngehbr. NeabearulWeborningetlaouJ ·arlan uaprr
uw, 01 e eold ewelincditrtr8-di
rýýýýýmý Ii! is with a ltb B Se-) ucoofiillb BAN?
ESSPRE DRIL', ANS3'PUhVDER PROOF COSSBEATION SANE
L0008 an rho · n" really wrote doetellit orEE lonEy or other pEIRS
Wee. )4'e an fmtrrr tier iebut little . .6 io ry of ike twpar
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