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tt the .aempe ng dte e -
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A1,dt' . ."thee ,aMkmlon of a b hell a on the
mnland erred tog a bcmmit-tss
hieam~t manirly oflere, naming their
wenreeferred to the tlnece Coemmittee.
• eM ebt ektjngM ln m h- .:efien to emoerpaite ar.
tein elaree, warn rferrre to the dtole Commt Lteo.
A relan d to th tive to the lire Department wee
reereed n torihe roaniattte
A petition, Sitt e rection of a now hell at the
Pbile Jell, warrfeed to the Fir Committee.
A petiton ynýIn tot the Ipmndi o ovoraold inner,
w refrred tothe e eleion iom the Third Ditrict.
a0OBnTS OP COMMITTUU.
The binanee. omamittee reported in favor of paying
eunli blue. Adopted.
The Oamittee on Btrete end Laninge reported a re
utl .dl reo the SuMrveyoto prepare ana ubmit to
a on Ia e eneoin a en hertatel Iron rating
op tdi.gon quare, and for other imprevemente.
h me olotlon provldln for tho numbering of the
eon ntireta the Levree toClabohernoe street.
The aulelr Commnttet reported on ordinancr
thet the expense of refrleshments frnished.
of ela.tione. bhell in no nea exceed twenty-five
* Adopted.
TAauo e iIe reprlled en ordinance rely i to i
Aoaallpoa In areus
BRIOLUTIONS.
A erreootn provdaing that alt ordinawneehall be pub
lledin the Olfll Joornl one onty, was edopted.
A reoinlatainestr.entin h Tax.ut Mleetors to return to
the Treures, on or heifore the Mth of Joune, ll tax bOi.
not then oolleoted, ws laid on the tabloe sojec to call.
A resolution aothorslngo the Directors of the Public
Sohoola of the Third Dtetrie to occupy a certain hbulding
, as a eheotroom, was aeopted.
COMVUNICATIO.'.
A eommunm eation relative to judgmeont In favor of the
city, etc., wee referred to the Finance Committee.
UNFtlNSEBD BUIoSl3e.
The Conmmittee on Btreete and Lading reported in
favor of sllowing to Thomas Daiy two-thlrds of the value
of the work done on Oalrvel(a. Adopted.
MSOIAGEB PROM THE ASSISBTANT BOARD).
A meage from the Aeeintsnt Board notifying thid
Board of their concurrenco in certain ordlnances and re
so.tlona and of their rrjeptloa of othere, was recerived.
A reenuton relative to the House of Refuge, and
authormaing the Boardof Commalaonern to select a tract
of nd suliable for a site for Hoa m of Refugse. was
amended, and eonaurred in as athendod.
A reolantona directing the City Attorney to inquire into
the legatity of the ap lntment by the Dtrectore of the
oarde of Pabie Soehool of the Second Disleict o1 a Trna
surer.of hld Schools, was onnrred in.
A reolntlon appr.e.rating $1000 for the use of the
House of Refuge was concurred in.
The meleeae from the Auletant Board, notifying thiL
Board of their pers-stonce in the ordinance relative to the
-elaries of the Rordrs' Clerks of the First Third and
Fourth Distl.ict, was laid on the table.
The Board then went Into executive es.ilon.
The nomtielons mande by the Strveyorwere eonflrmed,
afolowes:
AG. Blanchard, Deputy for the First and Foarth Die.
trials •
D'tHemlnonrt, Deputy for the Scod and Third Din
trieO.
Dnhbar, lirst Clerk.
Cpmmuny. Seond Clerk.
Depoully, Draughtmnan.
The Board then adjourrned to Tuesdy evening next.
BOARD OF ASSOISTANT ALDERMEF.-This Board
met lot evening Dr. Alpoente inthe chair.
A meange we reenived from the Mayor, relative to the
opening of Bepiaende street, and transmittling a memorial
from the Seoe of Tempraneo, callt.eg the attention of the
Conlmon Counei to the law relative to liquoor lieensee
pased by the last Leginlture. The memorial was referred i
to the Committee on Heanlth, and the first portion of the I
memssage to the Committee on Streets and Landinogs.
A ommnicaiotin was received from the SuMrveyor. rein
tire to the eomparative eet of squao stone paeing and o
plank rond, his opinion being in favor of the former.
A melsage was reetvedl from the Board of Aldermen,
mentionieg the eoneurenoc of that body in several ordi
onaee and r.nblution, and requeting the eoneurrenee of
be Aesltant io leveral others, one owhioh was an ordl
0nee for the government and suppert of the Fire Dopart.
bent.
SA eommnaeiatlon wu received from the Board of Diroe
tor Of the St. Charlte Hotel Company complaining that
the night watebeman in eharge of the building. had been
arested by the polee and fined $10. They asb a remit
tane ofthe finoe and that the watehmanmay he protected
W in the disoharge of hin duty. Referred to the Police Com
mittee.
Thes enrtl of the different officers recently elected
were refnced to the Finane Committee.
A petition from L. U. Galennle, asking a remittance of
jail fem on a negro, offsetting the same egainat his labor,
was referred to the Committee on Claims.
A emounilation was received from L. Trigant, om
plani g of the Iinutiie of the report of the Street Con
oniute, MIr. Jolli. He says that he was always a very
attentive oefer, and improved the streets of the Third
Mlnleipoitynow Third Distrite--as muoch as cirhnm
stwene would nilow, and that Mr. Jeolle. eomplaints rel
ativs tothe state of the streete and brlges in that Dies
trinte enjost.
Mr. hedeo dedononcml the report of Mr. Joll. sa a
setle.s one, and idhe was endeavoring to make
eitnetion sinecunre. e coantended meo vehbemently
that t~oglrs of the old Third Munieipalitry wre man
ead tin the mot admirable manner, and that unlike all
tohe other Munolpelites, they had kept within their in
Mt Balny thougnht the stateentsin of Mr. Doihonde
might be very correet hut be did not conceive that the
Conneil ba anoythiog do with the eommunication, and
he would move to lay it en the table Indeinittely. This
motion was lost, and the matterwnwas then referred to the
Caomitte on Stets eand Landings.
Mr. H.sede requested permission to give a ree eon
cpt on Lafayete Square. Oranted, with the provision
that no lsehall be dug in the Square for the purpose
of puttng up starin.
Another memoral relative to the granting of linees
for the sale of liquor, woo referred to the Committee on
ThenAsaesors of the Fourth District gave notice that
they had eom.pted teirhe lbors.
Aeoommueoleatlon relative to the planking of Felicity
Read, was reiferred to the Committee on Stroets and Land.
lads.
A etiteon was recedved feomnThoma Mrphy, the nilght
watemeof the St. Chautles Hotel Company. asoklg the
.L remtttn of fln e hIpoasd on him by eeord.or Winter,
w.-or treotieLt • man3 named Meormick from the building.
-Reoterred to..olice Committee.
A tition asking that the Watch-house near the Bayou
St. John be not removed, was referred to the esamne Com
mIttee.
mA e.mmuunaltion wo receied from Mr. T. B. *inton
tendering hM reelgnation and explaining his reaons for
bin norme.
Mr. Leeds moved that the resignmation be aeepted and
that the rdm.l.ing portion of the communlatUo ie on
the-a le. Mr. . lsally withdrew this motion and the
matter ws referred to a Speeial Committee of three,
composed of Mesrs. Sy.es, Fle and Stetson.
A port of the Finanee Committee for the payment
ofpundrl MUl was 9dopted unanimousl. _ L d
Mo Bayl, betn the Committe on treets and Land
tsi"". •m aeeution dirmoting the Surveyor to hare
u hteprts, relu on made as are baolitely neessnary
s db the present high stage of waler in the river.
STheresiatiomfromlthe Upper Bonrd relativn to a con
feienee wththe as OCompany in regard to extendIng the
pl wasooncurrod n.n
P) ietinemin reported in favor of nasertaing
S ot .the OCaal ·ad Banking Complny i not
wetb.rt orn a eblt rae the New Canal nt Car
A.mvenue. Adopted.
A. nbittbo ws useared authuetoing the paying St.
So , eeen tfromRo yl street to the Levee. T matter
w f the Commlttee relative t the hnwery on
the eoaner of Camp and Delord sreet elrwing mId
brew to remain, under certeniman ns atne w,
A sprestpsto, reipD etd by thePolice Committesaethtr
laong th tenf c" of a eenas-house, by the widow of Vai
An aalahpol ironne onW of Aldermen, relative to
-aw -rbh dms was pdd, and adopted a amnde.d..
.Bae ordt o frm the Bord molierneo ,
Cmneeo-nre of the Homeo of Refuge to
bins t baousm of Refuge, waoo oncur
athoritd Mayor tfo appoint fr on
War s~tb Wdens for the city seven
sevn fr the Seeaond, xla or the
" h-eee for th bth, wa ememded a.n to
isthe anonberOf W arde twedty-tro, assgning
g T i krdDlet, ant adepted.
AI nS hea t Maysetoarder a sei tae
tha S peords.h t' {
A :mllm edlk tSiU rik toglve -" a- I
uteat, tol.e by, h.tha, U
toes9 o i4n a4oe.de e - gas 4 A
A reeelutlonhntmll the aer.lem% # llvurY situ, AN
w u fwedl to o n
ISa~ O~s.-.sood(t read , nbe
• A reeslisontb t manaelwtllao of @1tain aloe w
referred tortheedne Ooal:ttli.
A reaolnton Ondlg th onto aend te elattlo aug
o the toof the Po see.
eostuebythe of f the gon opn an ecit
meerim, enluaneidby .mtt onga dhuandopleo iod There
wu nrido .lee l th.i:goft. rtl sml
wa thk to n tr e thveoto - W the Depattonof the
ordlnem qmrreolt wther the D#woutIN~he t08 ?
in to the aoe
Adjournedrua. 88
F.oT DirIaWO Cpo T.-Judg Loupe woe t.
too nmelwt to hold court. t t
Srnnrt onen O q.m thle .oeut reid a number
of dolelnse, w ,s will bhe htal toMsorrow. h
Supronul Couerr--o onday, May 81.-Dio- ri
toe were read In the fdolowing ease e:
Mary C. the, wpVe of Nirel. uormelo, e HLae
wherend t .e . dppeate from the tfi Dltrloit bort
ofNewOte.ne....J ud end tmed, the appellan tpayt
Sthen n thi_.aipu o
q 9Aert1....Thepl*~t clU81 dunyar for Qs Ale. ...
aU ofn hoesi by la loton mutltitude, on the grooe
dthat the base wos dtctryed by th e Jdof the
meot, . o.ued by grt n danb roap revoeto. Tbuer
wo oo t negligene on the ertfth;b athrtteas praed,
am thIs fhb tero the s out c ro the eoeldernt n of the
very diaoult te lon, wheth er the ity would be lae, o
Thea, atthe a env If the aegolenee haree
hadbeenprrved.... n ee t adomed 4.
Ibrior 4.lde, Vi.rn~ I~Jeg . L a... .Uiree,C.J.... 3j
Peesree, J., dtmontlng....T suel eee o ee eneedhby
attachmeet, for the resoiry of the amount ofa jedg
mnt redered t t he do.o.etda nt ll the Otrcullt Cort
of Wilk.l~f~ o f tsItn the State of Mtheson the sf
14thof Ohtobael ye Thoe fe a eves year fo
Urn. The prrortptbm of the forum, or of t m plaOc
wherethe remedyl euonht, moat govern In allt not. far Is
the reroore ry debt.. Ul
tie aleugth at toe Ooneitotion of thes United $tatesi
teeed nthe courts ofrethatrti o thes n ta o eape.
the op eht othlb geo.ralre. The .. irt doeino.. ot
underied tthe eaUto o t the Ooeetttn and lis
of the Uaited taitet whtoh ree tl the t e aon
meeatre of vtlfue o ir po os dedti
hred Iath leaiteet ao the Itoon tay doath
jodgatont ; fyuwhicho.le that bee the ethree
andt eeorofndedeetie j da geaton tb the jhledtlnun hb
deolarit it tho bee jdmo Dsbuit adometojudgment a
to the tomlet mittrof the e elt; eat, IfIt bt elt
iethe Stawhet ia ~ltaeal eoeto
enothertatre, It c thet rla e of the pI
UAnited Strte that the pDroit srtatu of eheaIo to tIn
mnuton on a tredgmot rendered Int nothertat, le
tin fo the ifaeetherDotreth ouefrt mot gorver..
Judgplent rIde that no judgmnt roan.
dored t the tourts usC of e State eshal ror b eTmrd by serFr
after the eeo.rat.. of ve •yAear from the dae thDeret;i
norhal anyexens.. Deane. meon velr ne wih os
the timethe lost exeeutiono iu yef .n . A tThir
Inaatatoteof llmltatleabyltaverytermand Un aenad p
eed n the court of eOthatitate; and It is not a ted plea
to the plaintl' a action.
W.ire of Cati.e. rrL. Sipe , Wider L. Be.e.etf thele. e
ve. heepri, appelle.... Appeal from SlothDiJrte Co.urt 1
of fot Baton Ro.ge... Judgment rvermed, and Iot ws
ordered that the oeeotor distrlbute nmoe.g the helt rs of
the.hrlf-blood the n m of r 63R212, and thathe eoounto
to th heor of the whole blood for $.. ,147 e 0, dedewtlng
from thoir reapotive bareso the amouant pid moach onI
them, with legal Leter est frm thedate of poymet to tbis
date. It wau further ordered that the arcont of the
oooertor, er amended he aprprovd ad h niot aed, and
the case remanded tpi a partitoon among tlhe tIn ton- I
formity with this decree-the DistricLt Judge being do$
reoted to allow legal nteret from thi date upon halthe I
amounts oleg to them oa n the final partition. I
tm'. Bell, apella., e . Nrs. Pedtlier I ate., appdee.
AppeAl from the Fifth District Court of N rteroeaa....
OJudgoeant afidmed nwith oate.
* Hogt Boat. apellef, ye. J. H. Worlbee. anpelio....
Appedal from the Fifth Ditriot Court oft NtewOrlane
Judgment atlomei.
re..in. Bolleand T. C. Poofe, ereraor, mpaaso ar fle. R F.
Nie e 4. Ce., ,eppeltanl... .Appal from the 111th Dlatriot
Courtof Noteioat.. . Judgmont alirmed wreth roete.
tlenonia P. de L atdee peerair, e. ;ahna Vn Mitetl,
oarp Slime Duiilnrd appeanre.... Appe;al from the Third
DlatrlotCourt ofNwlrlane... Judgment nfrmedwith
cocats.
W.I HIf. Basset areprlbl, v. erteos Direaloesf the Seanted
Dio at el, ape re;.....Appeal hrm the Thirteenth District
Ct o petof Avyella...gondgtenet affirmed with coyl.
D. B. Coter, a ;pplcre, e. Elito Cronteloe aepel, Mer.
i. FnbtCa in torr(. appleer... Appeal from rthe ; cond
Dietriot Court of NowOri.Je... .Judgment aff;med with
coets, without pretjdier to thu dufendant'5 rght of acrtion
aglinst the warrantor.
Sttr of Looeioeae ye. lodge of It. Pcith Didriel Courl of
Nie Orkanr. Oglesby ndl ouaie perayin fora rr it ljr -
danmt... . Applioationfrmmamlamues diom eodat the cats
of the app coants.
rird Mflniipeii, ap n lloet, . . Leoc Ser tom Cotton Proes
Coryany. e.prhrre.... Appaol from the econod District
Court of NeOrlan.... Judgment affirmed with oeete.
asoe o Tdll uel th., seeoloree, ye. B. Porter e ale., el
hae s....pald from the ocond District Court of New
O Orleasa.... Judgmtentotlomod.
CITY CoT.-OjuO.-The Co atrotter naeiuni
rated at public auction, on Monday, the contrncts tet tho
olmeanig and dranig of the everal canals, followa:
rLafayette Canalto P. Carmody at $1o per apo ; Protec
tin Canal to the name at $8 poer crer; Canal stret Canal
toanolned f oninat$persare; alerCanal to Wm.
sI toneCxv.--I ttgh ln ta~gatb ~Tn. Ch les arityadho
ioanto tper acrrr; Brom trodt an d toThomh Duffy
Ia at t46 percro flagon Avenue Coans towr. noyland Iat
$L2Oper aceo; .darigy. Cati. todJ. Clintou at $1:31 per
dI acre: tt. llroord Canal ltoJ. Lato at $66 per acre; St
nthluny Cana to h . Merlo at $1 spracoro; fraod lreet
Cnol.loer portion. to P. Jex i at $e 0 prer th 4 ; .t igry
I, u'nol. opper portieo, to At Caughliu at $25 per tore; 0t.
Abide Canal to P. WDston at R$2 per enre.
uFrno.-Lan t niglt, at the residence of Mr.
Iworeer, on the corner of Caop and Julta streets. While
Moo, Iluffaero wa in bed, morqullo toe took fire, and oh.
was so bedly burned that sholo likely to di,,. Me. zIoffoor
had his hands badly scorched in his efforts to rave her.
INQuEsT.-On the booy of a mln, name un
tnorn. found toating in the ricer. Verdict. a feoun
drownOd."
FTRtT DISTRtoC-Recorder Winter.-John
SRiley adnPat Rooney, free foloneous appropriation orf a
at truat, ths ownership of wihoi they mIstook, were ro
rounmeded for eramioation.
01 Rotesno.-Hloogh Itagan. Charlel Moriarty andThomas
d Fagan, on the blErgo of having deocyed Martin IMothwew
it Into a rink of iniquity on tirod streeet. and with having
robbed him of $110 into bills, are to aanswr on the 3d tost.
a_. L.oener.-itiiabsth Liddy, on tho charge of haying
ed stolen a pawn chechkfora CNhieea.hawlworth $d6 and $
in money, Is to he examined on the 4th instant.
n, SEcoND DISTRoCT.-Recorder Genois.-Soro
it- nnimportantlarrenler,sassaultasand brearheoeof the peace
o werotha only matters before the court.
MAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS.
Cocecs CoeeceL o ee Clr oI NewOL anes.
No. I8.
oumreas. several wood dealers have established per.
mauent wood yards on the Levee, betweeno Esplanade and
Elysian Fields streets, In the Third District, and thereh
carry on their trade contrary to the ordinancesa of the late
Third Muneiciplity Council. and to the prejudice of those
who pay high rents for the use of thair wood yards
Remlred. That the Wharfinger of the Third District be,
and he is herehy, required to notify, in writiog, the
owner of wood piled on the Levee ao aforesaid, eo re
move the same within two days after said notice ; and, in
case of neglect or refusal on their part to comply with
said notice, to cauose the samne to be removed at their ex
pento.
[31021 BFRANS. ALPUENTE,
Preddont aenl of AeietmAlt Alderm.n.
[ftge] w. C. C. CLAIBORNE.
Pesident Board of Aldermen.
Aproveel 0.t Jeer, taO.
Si.gd] A.1D. CROtSMAN, Mayor.
No. 57.
Reindsorel, That hereafter all bills or eertfioate issued
from any of the Departmenta of the City Government,
whether provided for by existing eontract or otherwise, I
shall be approved by the Finance Committeeo prior to being I
compptrolled.
o[Sigmd] FRANS, ALPUENTE,
Presdent Board of Aul·taMt Aldlmuo.
[Signed] V. C C. CLAIBORI
presidnt Boaud of1edemo.h
Ai~l.o.1.,- Is,,1. A. C. CROSSMAAN, yo'r.
No. 08.
Redreel, That the Mayor be. and he i hereby, anuthor
iced to oenter into the necessary contract with W. G. Ste
vens, prinelpal, and Thomas Hllayne, seeurity, to furnish
fourteen thousand equaro yards of block granite paring I
stones. for the paving of Annunciation street, at the rate
of three dolars and forty cents per square yrd, all to be
done in accordanee with speeificatlone on file in the Sur
veCyor's office.
[Liglsled FRANS. ALPUENTE
Preslidnt Boar or saellu nt Aldemen.
SLaad l w.C.C. CLAIBORN
Prleetdent Bosnl or dAeul .
Aegesd tsllA.O.CROOOMAN, Mnyor.
No. 59.
Releted, That the Treasurer pay, upon the warrant of
the Comptroller, two hundred dollars, heing for lumber,
hore feed. ete., for the ue of the Work-house.
[SLined] RANS. ALPUENTE.
Presidet Baeard of Aslse at Alderen.
[Signedl W.C.C. CLAIOI)RNE
Prenst Board or Ads dermeao.
AP;a o O J 8 A.D. CROSSMIAN, Myor,
No. 00.
Ros.iced, That the Treasurer pay upon the warrant of
the Comptroller, four hundred and fifty dollars, being for
supplies furnished for the Work-house during the month
of April.
LtSled] 0FRAS. ALPUENTa,
Pnesides Boeard of Aiutent Aldernte.
[soigsd] W.C. C. CLAIBORNE
PreaeLdt Bamrd of Aldernee.
A ,td lot Jose, 0D.. CCROSMAN, Mycor.
No. 1.
Rehsed , That the Comptroller be, and he is hereby,
directed to cel at auction, after ten days' notice, the con
traet for repairs to the paving of the streets of the First,
Third and Fourth Distriels, as per spenifictions on ite in
the Surveyor's office. Each metisan to be sold epataely,
the Council rererving the right to reject all bids and ad
jadicatons.
Prelklent Board ·5 A!steat Aldermen.
Signed] W..C CLAItORe
Presoldnt lamd of Aidorme.
A procedt lat J tSc,16R.
p[SigsdJ A. . CROSSMAN, Mayor.r
No. 8L
teisired, That the isureyor he, and he is hereby, di
rested to employ the chaln-gang to clear Canal strset,
fru the lately opened ortlon of Napoleon street to the
Metaire Road, by onut thesta tres and hbrcsh, and revel
int thhearth so so to ma it psable for . ai ae.
[S~l. to Prslrent Board of AiLetaus Aldmen.
[Siad*] W. (0. O. CLAIBORNt.
lnlsasd w~uso:slrsoa1d.co
Pnaut8du Sa, of Aldermen
•A5 d tos, 15. A. o. COBOMAN, soor.
eNo.0S.
0 eired, That the Sureeyor he, and he is hereby, in.
0 srnotod to have Mystreis ando istory streets opened
without dolay.
igM 'tes~ldmiflsardaof Rsesis Aldermse,
Lrlacd] krldtosioiOsta idsai
I.pArar*
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ato e ls, Al retmbar the a 0ter quBtles., t Are.
ti's e ch apper a er our teleaphl bhawas
net reaoled until after business hours
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a0 -- lo4t;,a l a 2agt ; o at 3%, . latae oiot
on private tille.
SIOtKA A. n MOLASaUS-4ugar in lamited reqpest at
4%3s4 ath+ airf....bf Molageas 00 bble sold, mostly at
U-*yts Ito Iapert 0l" forward quite feely,
and toot Sfl1 1000 Wbis, tuciatleg 9O0Ielndles, inWrty,
Wal 00a-O61o, on he tore, al at $8 0, tw.L40oLat
loads, (i7b,) to be n idora elansap ldd O, ri. $ 40,
bb1000 be. wea a at b4e, tad 1000 motto ast $ tX,
the two tml*tsl hbapm * to a Basesni e pact
fOArI-OCordni Mas Ieb sad baSrel 8100 moeks were
at 4dP4 09 the ` aulwya ,low, eaiona4 rfer
yealow ae-- ahite ,af ts 800 me Keatucky
idyt , aldtlo. s.100 . t. Lois.. s at 3 -3 .
POVIIOrXa-14 ws na request, with aliies o 10
bW amnspoepeted iTe, .d 100 ditto, at 17 60, 150 at
O17 21 ae o M0 o. 0 .. 7 00 p bbl....soonahower,
with aoe of 78 aikst(1l tIrs at 4808%, 10 at 8%,
10 ditto clear at 10, 10 seeks Shoulds ast 7, sad 61
tieroes oztrlafanasyU stl4....0Of Ltd 100 kepprpime
wers taken at 1 To . 9 ). '
GUWnY BAGS-7300 old at 8% cash.
GUNNY CLOTM0..0 b.les brought 11%4, equal to
oub.
ROPS-A sales of 100 oois Kentucky t 4X cash.
OOPU0-0aes 1380 asgs Rio at 9, U6O(sieoled coast.
wise) at 8%, at 100, very prime, at 9$. '
WBSTERN LIbUl-302 h9 e Alton (Trmnlials) wore
sold at $1 05; ad 700 ordinary, in flatboat, at 764 9
hbl
WHISKY-100 bls sold, ha one lot, at 1%, and 90, in
several lots, at 16)44.
IWEIGeHTS-A ship takenforMaroesio at $7 00 bdh
for Tobacco, sad 2400 bbis Fbor shipped to Boston at 24
9 bbl.
XCHAIINGES-No alteration:
Sterling................. .......... look1eloM
Pas. ....... ......1tJ'i.S
Newyork ixty.1 BLue............101% 9. dire.
sight Cheats ofewYerh .....1.. 9...... 10t. dim.
:sw oaweo oae
Taueday Uvano dJae 1,1801J
Arrived 104 hoad of Cattle00 IHogs, 000 Sheep. A
goo supply of Beeres (Wiestern) ad Hop ans SheeOp.
Bers CAms (Western)............... 1407e91b
.(Lake and Txeas)....... lOoe o 1lhaet.
Muslatoasow,..........e......... ..30148 heal.
Oaoevgs £3 Yeaurmae.ovaa .... $8 604$86 10 hiad.
PORT OFP NW ORLEANS. it"
Ocrcz or Ts DIn. (asn1e, ) l
Wednesay Morning, June 2, 1062 f
CLEARED YESTEBDAY
Snrdinian bark Correbo -4 Serr, MArelle, lAnnat. Gedolfo aeo
Brti Wevi, Rdoenir, he w k A Le Warre
Bhr isle, Aodlen Vere C.Ims oWic.hrm
ihr Clarity, Andersen se, Me.sbelD. ut lraedlUye
ARRIVED.p
Steamship Wem Pmn, MaNks, from NewYort, id is, nt Wto J W St n
to Harri k Moran m-t , G Ttt.
Stemshipp aet L LD2i, Perild, roftl-no ida Bay, vi Gacec act
T ao Pe P e a kco--ot dot.
Stelmshp Ydiht, d. p, on hione B e st ja o bh anit, to to.
Shp Nwpr.y Wact, Newe h, Ia up.lt Twhtm OH w, to m,
Blped O "s , Thompsm, ilofnlsg h 4t Mii-d esels . o m
Ship Jiao Jsaehion dsy y.m fNwYc rolroek to he . --t t ds - idat.
Bmrk Kity, t lonwTm. from Bordeaar 1h ý ..h, to m.iUter-i dr:.
Steambosats.
e lnlr , Jsolmon. from WBayGon a fde.l m ad Brane Tate. s
A tlnrir, Bom-re , otfreo ot Lonl. o,
Cinriod .tmen, ltmnltoS, from a nIlce . 8...
tlndy Stork, , tBu tlney, from Sliutei le.
G U .,t, rnm from -Y Sarm.
dleeci, Lndwiek rom ito Se Riesr.
J T Dcwell, Slie. Nfri theo l. 6...
Sydnois,, er frint· np loeIus.
S W Downs, ewBteer, from Ou l bii River.
Towinb ttlr, WHitney, from the Pmae-ti.ed down egd to sea the
rl theu blmJe lescy MndE Tirn O -buoght op shlip d cd
Toweaht Adelae,.o Duc, ..m ties Paseea--inesd dwae tad io
s. or the 4 ith aNt soip Ctedonin Brmer-cin-de.gtp hip.W i..
Perin and Henry PIit. 4..
TowbcottPmthereClatcmc, frdin d Puni--cceed down and 0to se
o the 4th ilt,. ship Maid of Orlcn-mrought np ebck lows ae d ..
WcO:r H L Secrton.
TowboatPhenix Crowell from tho Pnu.--towed dwan ad to sn p
the tlbh li, ship .lidJdireOeht f p 66s bal cotton from the,
ship Middlese, pnvrei s rpofei a rne nceived isjurie l
o lUr,Xo-P her retur torepair . o.
Towboat Pelol.e Arndreir, ren the P -wtenta- down light-bro't
up colern om the ship Ilddaee._.
MEMORANDA.
WCapt. Maks, of Othe etnlhilp We. pen., repors having ops.
rieneedtroiag ouebtherly batd. from candpy Hook tb e BnAle. Puled
Inthe rlber, bound p, tobeei Dkfianiene, with two baLks anod one brig. I
BSnrk Iay Walls inside the Bar, bSoci up. Towboat OliviA, with tiwo tk
.hips, bound up. A nber of squaren riggd svesUel ouLde the Bar, St
bound In. TI
9 The stenmship Leili ld'ot lalrenlbeon c the icthu1., st 4 o. oe
Reports in port, Wm. 11. Wbrtie, GMte., fran iHsre in two day.; -
binrk Maine, r Boston, ready ; Jenny Lind, fo do, do; We. ii. HSi
r0, eirMobile. Arrived onffelvetcn Re non the 5th, Bremesnbark
Solo, freom Bremen, with inmmigmies. Off Galveston Ber, bound in, LI
brig Choctaw, irom Boton. Pasied, off Ship IslAnd Sholnl, stefmer
Grinnss, Sro Galveston to NewOrtiean. Comhg up the river, hbrke
Sitn Drewn enm Midles, nd brig Mont Ymsen.
SThfesteamaslip Jloe. L. Day left Mstiintoel Bay on the 9th tlbl.,
and Galvesto on the s9thL. Reports the etoenmer Rabunto leCi Gls. -
on the same day for ldindole and Lvonc,. Melt thesiteamalip Unite`
IStates going to Geleston. Lefb Shine P.snte0th et.,lt 4o'rioek
P. i. inportledind, dfrNe nllerN l, bnhoner~orih, Capt. Tein, e
frm Arron lllpay, to cil on the 1st.....At Po. L Ousr, Oe ships, -
two bhri, and etrk, hend in ; thbree ships, two .rk, kod one brig, N
illside, bond up ; seatl sqnue rigged vesels at the biolh.Wet Yis,
WCapt. ThomSon,p of the siohbip YachS, respos the brig Browo.
vllI, NforsNewYk, wentn seeon hea bth oit. Thebs schoer MaOjo ,
IBrbecr get in over tohe Bsne dsp. The brig MoaIsrS floe N.w
York, wana weltldog-sI, bond In, aml had lilghteed a port of her
0' The steamer Atlastl ieft St. Louis oc the Bsth nie al arrivned
her yesterday, anking the eor eom port to pit, in far ndods and four
o hen. In port loading for RebwOdelaun, seaenr L. M. Ksinmett, Welst
em World, PaeOe sad Ceolinbes.
ra The semsm EihUpe I1fe Loisvlle on the ni th el. Repots the w
Ohio falling IIt Lasnills, with seven feet six siehe wter in the enld.
In port loading for NewOlds, stneamer Empire.
IXPORTS.
MARSEILLE.O-Per brsk .sbip 9d: i0,000 seivese10 elees sedl.
HAVAAN-Pedbries tavn lb-ine: 30 l 00keiisnrd, S0bblpoLk, I
ie0,esoptntoees I10 doigiopol 6hhdhnm.s tltep is 1nl0bo~ib
Andlr e.O
b VBRIA CRUZ--Por-. hr F, le : S9 bdu 36 baklatiat, 143pine
beards, 18 tarsbn.lmpsrflln, a4 Vo tiquorsl.
e MOBILE-Par mhr hsrlty: 800 bboMlol 9doSour, 160 rshcorn,
4100 naltesrn 1 pkp mdse.
IMPORTS.
G&ALVETO--POesinmahcl Louthnes: 14tleleosteEBDeOinry
5dlo Wringhti Wlliarts Pho--etdo J Wslims- do Okt 3 Howkinl
146 bhr molf e eL A·rmt-0g, HarA hled1 ble.s wool Picket - Per
kin. CO-lUbnd4eo to J A Mitohol--Piskett, Phreie eo-- Mejehn
IendeMon--Hidrr d Lacey--lektt &o--Twlliy t Smdth--loedrie
oes--Me&iwellcis ilW eeo-WJ M Bor Mi.
BRAZpe ST JAOe-Por deashlp Yaceht: $10nepi Oele Klemm b
end0 60 Gaimier Mrel--.d8 Phelp.l WetmoT-9lBl J Mb nbl
leWm---o00 S Fem bpde--n. , A Omdels l-Ied E J liar o- I
I $4100 K HtTha-- 40N 90 Gildomester &eo--000ohn o.MarLk
$1l00 J Yd.1eD -46 99 Bergnmid- 40 1to d Mde .Cun].
tO09 tt Boyl). eT-- pkg splete G Sel-- do H Heats--49 kde.
Gae Foter o--lot erUp, e ci to ord--TouW sipeele, 14,I3 88,
MfATAGORDA BTY--Per etamihlp eas L Day: 4c belesoted MeD
Cooper eo-1 de IDnnal., OPinv ion--to Bosden , i reoll P ees.0
Pay. A Hrr- on o K1WlArthureb-p iAerrlnte ldro -- P0m e
Pepelse-S1R WdPodil-cflelgch Co-nd d Coe p *50-cSmthe dokdo
do, 3 boi. SkLpwith, Taylor ken--94t 86 speee to Pop-A Ban-l
60 Dobe L & H1tlng4kn--sls 4 Lewis ho natt- n e0I J W Roptei
I70 H Jolt &esosndrko to B R 8poutweU--W t Tym--O Bonuse
- iend order-Toel, 818 b llod otton.
Au NEW YORK--Per stasmslp Wm Pennh: Auorid mdseo.
! NEW YORK-Per ship Java: Asortod smd.
LIVERPOOI-Per ship W Petrile: 984 k Ls alt, 400o bricks, order.
NEWPORT--PerhipHenry Pratt: 461 bo rnbolta, doede,
RIO DE JANEIRO--Per bark low; 8600 bap coffee O F N.tu.
¶PORDEAUX--Per i at k Kbcy : sAsorled mdc.
MOBILE--Per lhr Florida: 0 seeks alt to order.
ROEIPTS-O e PRODUCE. i
CINCLNNATI--Pr et.Imer Chdatoa : 41 bbl. whisky to P C D.
Psster-e00 do 7 MeGd r do--100 do J oolyCfea ,--lty do Jav Ie
& co-100 doll bdto  ken d J Lodd &o-60 bbl, wkky, l s h.
nicR Geddeu--.bMlliesalt ha s bads-, 4t L dstm tso sbel. &I
Htsdden--l don M Wrl Wsay-4.- do Lpovnfe si s U -.
b0l- Bt WH 6Teihj.~ilfl--Ickbeoo U ,w.
e . .OA MeatposoT--00 thbi lard ili heeemb k Vohie.--$ do floor Ta7,
lor sin ClUly-- does 1 il, 91 kep bettor.rha W a W ht
*oo.-30o do .andli 00 do bheau-9 ceplp 2 0 bzla battolr, $g 1 We
4Gdo w _lkky, 34 bows eh a.%8 lo boGSt O .mmmm 'k Ita d
husk40 a o i e IcMAtt.r d A8dP--I . eo L solomn-4o a
ci Semid br--dO bbi,11 e d do hf ekbie a lau. A Thompmo-3
mbi .tio-10o dosea sdhO5l L5WheOeler t o h se
cettd--s¶Mi to odr.
CUISVILL--Psr s r Gl5d Berk.: 1 h50 rs bs- t g1lA
inw1L &eo--Io W G W Ws--4 do N"Dyiol d oJ }uri
dotCecib-ig ITookieTC Tnk m &e1sIedeplS-- eto .ooo.
Dgilsh o1 ,-6 sKte p. endLon Addl8e W I-Ise
s ®os, Rod shdo-- eeUcP ts ...es.e. hoe-O Rlssnel i
to,,·, . ,, . -...
nW¶d &lss44 NsaieueIsnn hs & --.ids_ Mid.. s.I p 51.
CrW -!m.36 l 9 dn, p mt t i lson e
t ' M6 land oil, 6 it Portio
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PrLA'!U0tATS.
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faIa~ta~ . $ir*2~
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Womaw.u
III 01 111L5 ZN PONT NOT CZZII
464.. L~l43It....rd?·W-4,4 4'l~l
4,43, 4,413704,N 1M4..
043 .8..5 ThIN
Cr.h. 1435.II.l. 1,104 ..
L 04.44 543 ,.s. M 5.h
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5... ..41 týý°> TI4 d.4 iT.41 an..a° °
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:4 Olb s ....·.......S 4r ...... SA
CAZs, ...............2?,4wn l :::.:::al dl
A4.,reaa"M. A L1 l1dIe 0,04 .. .1.41 V .4. d
9AiMa r ...... . .1!f 10eun : ,d
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C, k Y.Cluk:. 4141 940 SANV ma........VPT4
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AMUSEMENTS. -
ORLEANS THEATRE-Last nipht of the~
S.lar..SADATN6RM EVENING, 1.0 L be .61, th -
enl bntd enml pen, y Rwalui, aatiI EYIRAMIB.
rý Pa n a eommeno. u 7 .'lose {l
I
Gransd Concert at dreaory Hail, t.
ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2,
mm~m tam
EENEPIT
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' SCHOOL,
FOUCHER STREET.
.1r. COLLIJ.TN wilt pnid, of tlb Pis... 06
1....° .ules d.V ' QAH ." tu1e.... .............. 6b, Adam.
I...RSHR b,6er Wb6,," 1l,167 by Mme..Wmidmon..Collilgn6.
8.... ..Od Fstest on tb.t " J6.16 ," 66 oaed alb."
.s.16d by....... ...E. 0.6.sn.
4.:b.:'Chr16t.u HSpub" Nm1. .76. 5q666........Adam.
6..S.o7lo o H tb1i., " .ons. F4.666r.
6....'" O ., 1ri66 Aits6661666N681sue1A166.*6668
05P y~. 16.5. 6s.d. .4.66.f ~ N
red Ogtm,(isse. lueyn................. a uira d.
I .... Variation w the Amri c a Ntiooul At....nasenl
en ,be Pianlo 'y_ Maw. E. Gao~d.... ....·a. H·· en.
6....Gand Ds. 61lb. "Pp.,1t," AMs.. WId.smas
an6d r.......... .............66.
6.Tb Op..·~~r..' 07.660615614..177.6:::::lo 446
7....076, "Li Fus ' r R , .. Flr y Jol, b 1.6 M . .....s.. 8.1.lv.
6. A. 68..!, ,.Violinb tie.8768. 6H 1
*.... E6Mo tea ileiS... . .CbE.S
CENCING T AADEMY -By Meedsrs. o. & A. as
Sl E5Z. a668, of CommaSs.adtLCb6066*616666, N.61, P6 -
A.6nd the nole .rt .. 86V-n 16
ice.
0 EL 56..65316168 I6.4.1 .7r ofCE, red be.S6. lar spply o C.
this 6rtice to 66 ea6. O5...at 6th. CORNER OF POYDRAS AND
SLCt.CHARLES TREETSD D.pot ORNEVICTORY ND ELY6 m
FIELDS STREE'7S,14C6ARTRESSTREEET,600161CE6TSEEY
.d at tb.CORNER 0766516N AND RELIGIOUS ITS. mh.6 61
Ice-ice.
NEW IO HOUSE,
LEVEE STAEEZ nearly opposite Ylun.. rmstron Harris Co.
Steamship Wb6f., nd0
No. 616 TCIO rUPIToo A orxEz. t
J. STAFFORD&aO.
Or ORDERNBNUPECTNLYT SOLICITED. .,164
NEITHER Captain nor Consignees of the ;
1 riSh shibbp H TP1OOj 66.7.5ri. g., from L..rp..1.
and swwl.6thbport, will 6 .8b 1. debSant,6860bye 6.
cr ... Ly16J JOHN P(0OLE, 6661nk Pb...
NEW ORLEAN8SJACKEON AND GREAT NORTHERN RAL .,
ROAD MA1Y....6861.066l.566.M6 6,6861. 6
SUBSCRIBERS to the Capital Stock of ies
kCNEW ORLEANS, JACKSON AND GEAT NORSTHERN RAIL.'
R0OAD 006PAN6T6.h6665,.¶6"66ted 616570561661661l6766! .
fi,.76,,..6n.6b, the a..7f te .6.161O6 017,8.1 06'65686660P16.01.
..y61 6 tt1 By68ds.66.6d. JOAN CALHOUN. ten' -
NEW ORLEANS JACESON AND 0REAT NORTHERN 6AILI
ROAD 6O)MPANy.... N6O6w.566%Apr il168,686:.
I DUBLIC NOTICE is herehy given that Books
.Ur ofl b.71.lyI6 to te6ib 00llW S6kCthb NEW ORLEAns,
JACKS~ON AND I BBUG O ERN RAILROAD COMPANY an
nowopw ath oeeof the the bsCompn No. 11 ComncmmW PiP a I
1,666166r66n.161fo fat. 61606.1uandiu .8666 6
n--wthth "111 6t I.R.SICINEBP.6. pen tem.
8.0600616706,66668660r. w617to866s
M AHOGANY LUMBER YARD AND SAW
hSe SLL,4 re 168t. JosbL street, 68u 16 6avn.
Just ..ai.60-A lot of RObEWOO D;0 l6.8g 6.1 71 NA0A8NY
LOGS; 7OAIITE OAK ando6 C HICKORY 11141 966pi0 61 NUM
VITAL67876 1b. 6.8.urh l l L4 WALNK U , ASH, OAKa6A6YOP. 6
In .7.sl.NO.NO1l6CLos0,dI0MjONWH1TI17.NE 0.68d.
perSpCI" Ik] .0 md Pi C syr Ally, Cherr, SVOklW , To6886ad
7. , Groioved 'bit P16s Cypres, P67787676 Ye,77, Pjus.661, 66lan
83 lob. [syl66b.16WJ HENRY T. OILiS1AN.
ODD FELLOWS' REST.- Vaults in this
C.metery en b obtbined dby4plIi,, to J. O. PI6656N, Tn6.
Isurer It thaCity HallFin05lltriat ; JAURNEAUX6. 8.66!,
Y6o. ti 1tb·OtYH ullp.F (er. CHARLES WHITAL .No.6 ,
li ylrmdstret ed . IIY. 506RRET, 61 Si616. C6.,J6o.eIC666l
Teappic of Vd14 I. Lotlotdio ldgu, fo the MOW of mein
a . , W.To e~no takk1 odae or feebarW of a wit
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Cea 1smt. 8,e aryf JMF· IFBload o i DN 06 Dl
s BDOARD OF DIRECTORS, ODD FELLOWS'
B7 HALL A6600IATION.-The St61 616.he ben mas6666o0 6of
F1i~dlaw~ Ha, (,lht bombor, thew frosting alis street,
sue foring the comr of Co and 6,yat 06o·e, re fourtmn·
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6.68. MRSKS l .Finance Cmnitt4s l te 16b.8.4.
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" ýEN* DOLLARSp REWARD-MesSrs. RIcH
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tHIRRY BRANDY-c80 ases. 20 half bbls.;
a T IM3-2000 bbls. ocklaudi Lime, cargo of
6& o bark Ise iaua, E YYAN a M lg Upped" et
'. CAROLINA SEED COW PEAS-600 bags
A IANE-dO baskketsl quarts and-pinte.
6 h ci 11W1Ia'0o., , u.gad.I Mt 65
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BY J. M. WUMOUTH, Auctioneer.
At hh.,ii.1(e.1$ Oldm4a.y..dU,1m? iU. 'r
A pm" "lrrcrrllnopucoromrrr& ·an
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FOR CAMDEN, CHAMPAGNOL
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V OR CAMDEN, CHAMPAGNOLE,
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