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"dtu qtl~b·'· 22 '22 et l 0.,22d.CCmdr I. 02.2,2.2 '.2 , i22pr 2 40- qua rm2.022n 2,.ri, 220.n pe d pnn2t o.*., 1. lit 7'22 .22t..2 22 22.r.. 42 n o2dino cantpoor 4202 2oo22.o; ed* don.22 bete w Iwnnlpl 1 him a ora pr forLL d dne 1ld dn pi jouu..ra. tC d4A,222,2,o22o pooto24 de sett. ooo; 2. 2. 222TH2 222 221. 1220. J. 22AL22002 SCm,O2...22., jyl ibPUltd W2.242 0221. 0200020202202220222222,224, 22. 2TANTO A CO. . 5.28.2700022u2.Looa, 21222. 20,22222lp 02200282AT2.022.202. SN OBEDIENCE to the command of an Ad. miraltg Warrnt to ma dintctslI in the lans..tHI.~L Iait, I Iwo. 2.the 220nm222l22CIN082IYA22, now h2.l by J. W. ants A Co. In the rt", mare of es. t n tei R 02I224O220.842. n.2o2 .r 2 ill sod 2,a222d 1 do hereby stn or barig, and s2dmo22 2 t a 222.0 nll ant everyy othat person per o. toa · bari o L uy r ghR W or tonnes n w n to h··M· o be mot aplanr at ar 2O.2d oy Court 220C20 United 20tel p20. fo lri22202,22, 822222,22d212t22I don t222 020 e 02 20227 2222 h 02eor2c2rs, 0227 2222 s2i2 222022 o20h52222NT22 l22224422 -n 2222222222d 222l4200022bly otesprayer o2 the libllant.. U. S. Marsh.'l. at.., E...om 0. 2ot ao L 2,o2. N220ho02..2, J2.0. S1COTT, 18.104.22.168.021, OPFnte HEW ORLEANS, o OPLII)VA$ AND (HEAT J W5ST0RN R2AIL2OAD 20 ....N0200nl.2o2., 22.22, 2022. j WOTlHERtEAS, It is prov1Lled by the 18thi seo . " to of oh ,.,rte, of this company the It any uIberiiur Idr lob~hll bo toted b y Icus of an law e Ldt or Whlpaymen of 1n oriptions mo the pty, tie shall h~re the right of r deemioq tfttbe hie chime h % nn e nps2o to tiwt of Cho tee m im .b22202202g022,nlht mw2022 2.,d otth thirty duy240222 t2e d0 n of2 the 200 or 2rdl0422,22.020222ah tihe It 222ll 422220222,2. A224 200.2.22o,2 20dl22220 2tmitl2021 t224 t22210.272.02hi. o22y ha.s02, duly rad.nl anA olt vet ppnlllllwri made a olsr on the r\ inst. NaT;'& is ar t rirtlbs lh B~erm th e ebbap el tb . of '. cootppae }", ho~elr· n Irail tlnmrnt o the r eeriipmioo· a u ti te dood o this oantpnny oa or before the 9& JnIg Wert. nndsru( UI. ,,lo,. 3i22 2+.022 22. 0. 022N02201, 2,cr.2nr2. M1 AYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS, Jul 222001-22 12222-2o0222llrof a 22 2220 by 2020222222on 22222 2220 5220 of 0220022.., dire ling 0222220222022222242.202yte ou. and Vlcrory .11114 npppmn!!rd let ruryrilaaS"I-nvura 1e hena n a 22222. 422202220222224 27....9f1,22222224 u ,und- r 22 022272.2 20nd..2 of the 22 2222eo ,5227222C2ty, 222 be2722220, 224 2 . VAL A 020227,2 A22222,00, 22202n p02m 2220 HOI222'1S ad OB S0uc22loN022222y0.2 m22id 22422222 th222202222 th22202. T.rM02wh. I.2Y0. 1 A. .D. CR 2AN0. 222200 N O. 148.-Resaid tIhat the Comptroller be, Ynd he n hnrejren · to t acly..o r the lonret od .220 2020222,2 222·'0222, 2222 222022222to mply r7220I.2a2d p22tt2r 2222 ter l Fat o 20nr2 2222 the 22022220222220i220. n2 N22o.2.,. ern 20 22 mid Fatl on ·Irra i --d- with Iii, ·m~rnlan on tile I. lhln Sec t ryor'e mrr All djudicatma subect tothe ApC p or of di C-61 LLlgned] .,he ANS. ALPURNTE PrralAW Doug ofn Arai Man Aldvrsn. Slgveodl 222. C. 2. 22L222288022 702.2222022,4022122.2202a~.. AD[irsPo22222 A. D.0 ROS2 2A0, Mayor. COMPT22OL0 2'$ OFFICE, 8 5C oo N22O0.L.2.,July I, 2,22. jg' In accordance with the foregoing reso inaou, n .ice I hereby gR o2 that oa 22510Y, t2213th Crat.. t It o'ebek w., I willa jdindire a t mY nfeato the lowest Dlddsm, Cho store 2wu2222042220ru22. [200 222 0.DaBUV0.C2202o2022. SURVEYOR'S D22272ThN T, CITY II222,2, 02202222q J22e 2, 2222. j T HE PUBLIC are informed that the offices of the DEPUTY SBIORV EYORB an lootad .etoil... A. O. 22,2NL22(22A22, p22y22200222or far2Fi02t4and Fourth 7020tric2, 2522 Pol222222222202 2220aa 222 N0227242no! Ap22I22 202. 4.A. 22 2222252002 Deputy 22.2,72 00222228222 2.trat 0d. trict.' now Urmhos ·trny brttell yi an H. uboHlal j., 28 f L. 722,2LI2. C.2 0222ryor. T OFFICE O 00022.22 42222,2222. OF TILE CONSOLIDATED DEBHT OF NEW ORLEANS, Nmw0.1..u, Juae 6, 1861. N CONFORMITY with the provisioni of the Art o0 t21 L222 2..802222 t22 2 t2 , 82 pr22 o d Mo 2 4,141., and 2 22t 0 0a8 o2 oa t o eabg2n h'2d-2 SEALED PROPOSALS rl be nuairrd at Chico80u raid FRIDAY, t222e2 22, 2222202 ,t o,2 n, f2 202 e222 o7 ToJ20022A2 Mmlivli l br 1w wtb zeu of FORTY i'diOUSAND MLPA Si Proposal. to be eadaad "Off., of Bond. of untri p&itty umber ne," an to beopened and rated upon on the said 1th 88pmo .L69 tnon reod those Bue· hich ay la aRirru at the grartsrt lis~cnot, apnd rLirh tall dun within thehc)y eat .Vd,. A,.l ,duo ^iipality Nombar ne, ere:ýu ear 11 a e or nuyimig 47. d of A. D. CROSBBIAN, Hygor. o.DBY.Cmpptroller. WOI H R TrD lr~~rnen., will. P. (X)NFERSIL Chnimu. of it PPinIILn Camnmltee of the e oard of Alderman L. If. PLACE, Chainmun of the Pinangs Comndttee o[ Ooa.,d of ruilsllt Aldermen. A. Lahr, IaatL·Jg. Jos tlthsspl 002,2,22220 202722222020.22"02222422222 SHERIFF'S SALE. Ftmr Din rm.C oo6lt MILO JUI00SON,00SUBROgr0ED,. LEW. o, Nxwo5t6 ,t. )I Is&2HYA4O...Na.,. o6oal13. BY VIRTUE of two writs of fieri facies to me diretod by t.he oorable the Fith Di5tlet Court 1of New Orlen In the above entitled saue, I will praeed to le at povbi auc ion, on the .tomfe. Thbmpitonl6 .re6et, b1tw.an Natchez a.d Povdral stret om FRIDAY July 73 1 9, at 1 odo2& k A. to. . An ,r tment of LIQU001, eo., In pipes and 0a60, s per tre.try on Il e. y tom*. eeiud in the bobs wits. TO..a--Thn belp. the . eo0d end last auctl., o d biddor, frt, 0 wiB be dnBatbtireby aal dated to tWa bhhest end lat bidde[ r rh. 6t Wthy wirll bing, 0t twelve month6' r6dit. the p0 62hate0 furn2hi0g lend wv, go,=l and l ent securty, beltng fiv,. pere M. in.eroet per aun. from dBatntil .l po).+l. JAMIES P. R''CEC.. a ) 1 n R9 heriff the Peris of Orlnm·. SHERIFF'S SALE. wo~rn D.6ratoEoyo JEAN PRAW6 vs J. H. SATAILLE. 00.,.,.,e. II No. 000. BY VIRTUE of a writ of feri faciaa to me direcbd by the Hoeor-bl the e-0 Dfnn irce C. , m o w N 1rle0n., in tie abo0ve 6ttld .u6g I 6i6 I' 2 p , - l o p,,lio al6. lioe. in tetr of the She6if2 ' ofr, 0n6ar J06k0En E oo:, 1 rAcA IhD tretr of thisd r. CATRIPSDAY, J'd r715.a5clock o y -S FIV BinSD thRe C nsd F,)OKR 8ORFS8 and nrH A RNrfiS. Seized m tha rbove eat. Termsi cu on the .aot. JAMES P. FRER6T, jy11 Y Y4 91 haMronr th PnriaL nf Orl DaH . SHERIFF'S SALE. F0mrmao t .OCRouotPll. & 0. REILLY A CO. Ws. WALTER 0NwO N o.oo. II TURNBULL.. ..No. 5543. BYI VIRTUE of a writ of alias fieri facius to me dracted by the Hoorble th. Ffth Dtct Court of 66,llw16n, in the 0boeantitled cne,, 1i.ll proced to . |l It.opub|i utton, mn the pat6il+ O, W5EDN512 A Y. Jul; 4', 15. t 111 o clock, To HOUSEHOLD FU66T[I1RE, o6,.. 1mtan1,0 in the home itnoa tId on D. lord str.,et mtweeu lsao.me and Comp o srC6, peor in.n "t,y o file in mv m.. adl whuib will be exhibited II Ih+ tmo and )aae of eels 6Seied i. theooo suee t. Terms ec.h on the spot. JAMES P. FRERET j,11 Yn q4 99 Bheriffoftbe Pariah of O'laane SHERIFF'S SALE. Sscoc, DMan-, Cox ISUCCESSION of THE LATE T. R. HYDE, or NOwI- a.V II DECEASED....No,651.) BY VIRTUE of an order of sale rendered June n 8',6652 to mdirectd by the 6lI0or2bt0 the 6Ood DiOttrlt out of Neworle e in t 1 00bo4e l.titld mattor 1 will preoed to sll at ]i". i.,6' lion in Dnrdrre street,between Cmul and Cult rehouse sta., on HW,00 E-D)AY.. nhd,,,d1 1ot haEt,,o'co 0 2r.6,- SA LO . OF I.It0O-S0, 'VWINos, et. Also, A LOT OF OFFICE FURN T1U0, t0,a par 6n.+roy" mn file in myooe2 and which will brI. xhiblted at the tlme and e on agle, T6m,,, oe o. eh ,pot. 6 AME1 P. FRFRET, ii,.+0 13 t . . . .. . . of tht, erish of Odense. SHERIFF'S SALE, P.,,U Dlralt CootrnTIEIo A DAVEONPORT, wife of MOlohael Fr ov NaOo.Ts,. mlr, v. MICHAEL FARREtLL, her bueOod. No. 6916. BY VIRTUE of a writ of fieri facias to me udir¢ted by theHonOrlble the First Di5tri6t ourtofNewOrleaon,. a the shoe enUd cas, I will pro to ll d a111atp2i1e utcOlm the Rotund0 of the City C eiy00l e ,. Louis street, betweeo Chartre.s and Royal itreetb, o SATURD5g.1 J uy 91,852, a1t 9 o'clock r. 1. A VACANT LOT OFOIROND itu2tol in the fbouorg Ao nnociation, in the *uro boundb d by Benon, Eutrpo, Libery and Tarp. ciphers streets and the diei. nn LWe of -- suburb, and Itoei4L bid ee lot numier sixteen i. lquare .uber Iourteen, on yl1m dwen b. Geo. T. Dober, Surveyor, the Ist April, 140, nod dopt0ed in the o0ca of A. MOturea. Notary Publ0e • said lot meT6rsT thirty-two 't reen on Liberty streets by one hundred and tweotdy-Bav fast in depth, I-tw p0t6ile2 lines Iing the eine p2oporty w2leh Wl aoq ired b vt. Fer r0ll fro l M. ..tnourJ.by e t d re J. R. Bers Not6. PoUld, outhe lth April, l 9. 9. A L T oF GOR'UND situate in the aid suburb Annun- a elation, in t0h M0n0ci aDy No. To, m qun61 r. umber twelvo,. boTd1 , i by W2hite,. M y .ome.e Tnd Bnton strotante, nd til d-ýi bionluW between suet suburb Annunida. n ad the suburb 1ro. .r desi-at60d by the 6umber lour, e p6r p0 0 u1 Plo nne0 62i 0o n 0 e pi.d bheo0 e H. 5. Cans2, Notryy Fublic, Jalu.ry ;, 9412sid ,lie melnurin4, in An.reieun me.ntre, tbi v-two ftet fromt on Melp7m2en .treatand thirny-two feet elvt inch s andt sld linen in the ramr sn ftet on te line of dirininu afuresmi. by a depth of utnetl- bre h, et f 0ur in6hes and fie linm all tits line Ibat diev06 e it from tt nmb,.r three0 ad ni26t10 -ine f. t nine iunch a o ntl tour lin6el oh. lint e Lha .IA .iA it tfrm lut0 6 ,-r five6. To 2ter Ewlhy 6 TWORM ' ORY FI20A HOUSE AND KITCHEN. ani I,. E-STORY FR6AME DWELLING, 0being the 0me p60prty 6e2 ire0 by 60id M. Fall, by an set pa0e6 bo before.,B. Cenu Notary6y blii6 da1ted L110 1J06nur, 18412 SBeil in t e above lust. Trm6 6666 on the spt. 6 JAE1i P. FERRET, . jlT IT 5l tI 5hrl. r, the Parish of -rleanl. SHERIFF'S SALE. pFo0oter Do6m Co6 ,lIUTOH MURPI, 0 0 . JAMES SOE0RS 26N566al66. IIANI ALEXANDE0R PARK....No, 601. BrY VIRTUE of a writ of fieri facias against A.eander PFrk, to me dir6eted by the Honorable th6 Fourth Di2tret Cou0rtof NewOreaa, i0 the 1bo6e ent6ed 0 s w, w ill pro. 666dto W6 61 at 0pUb 26 auct.on, in the Rotunda of thC 2 Ea0yehme St. 6uL' aet.T btween6 Chartres and Royal str1ets, on 6A5TU DAY July St 19b, atet 1o'toekru.-_ SwdCERTAIN LOTS OF ROUN D0 , togethr with all the OBUILD INGS 0 ad I1MPROVEMT NTS then 6.,6situae i F06002urg st. fry, Mmivici It No. Two, deigvatod by Iota Ne. tbree and thor, on a plan 1raTmbyy6.F. Zweple. Suriyor, on Lt 61th January, Ix66 6ti. lots ntealure sach in Amenria mseitre, thirty feet !ront an soulth-etern side of Circo stret, between Poydral sad lfvbia treets, and extaodiog i. det between 6 railel hloe eighty-four/eel0 two iu0he6 s id on e line been ad on the bide net to 2oylr streel by 6 ots N26 . one 0. d t06, ad 6 the 6 ther 6 ide by property no0 or lately 6belngin0 to Siklbl 8h6m06 ; hwhich bIeli·e 0on6i6t of FOUR TWO-STORY BRICK S7l0R.i a FRAME 0 KI6TCIE. 1 o . ach0. Saied 2n the 10669 cu2t. Ters6 e.ah on the spot. JAMES p. FRERET, j.6o jylo 1 61 6heriff of the perish of Orean,. SHERIFF'S SALE. Fosst.n DwxtCo0l066JISUCCO ION 6IF THE LATE PETER o66Nnwno0.ar66. II ,88, DECEAEED....,Nu. 5885. flY VIRTUE of an order of sale rendered July , ,180, to m, d0lAtod by the Honorable the Fourth Dstriet ,ort of NewOrieanm, in thea bove entitled mantr [will ro esd toell at labie saetes, on the preties, on MoNDAY, JuIy 6MN6,65 a 51ok 61266 006120 OD5IT5O oo26,o 6fi, 106 0206602. o. r 06 rbt of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, cotained in the bour ne. to1 While seet, between Thalia an4 grate stoet, as per lovenmtry on 1, in ourts and of which a copy wilR be exhibited at the time and plebeof role Terms . h on t0 spot. JAMES P. FRERET, j.i116 ,15060Sh 21f of the P6arih of OlRe,,. SHERIFF'S SALE. Tn666Dm 5C6o muexjjEGORGE OOTTSHIALK 6s. CIIARLES os 0IWOI602I. It A12RMSTRONG0...N.. 4462. DY VIRTUE of a writ of Bfieri faeias to me J3 d6e1.6t6 by th. H0onr0ble te Third District Court of New d-. , nr~n.- ..u .++.,, .,:++e_.+to;,t .h, 1a. S2l6, Ro26 d o66 t606666 ty6 2 666m5epage, aTo. . .0., bo. t6wl6Ch6l0T5aRd Royal6eet6, on WDNIE6DAY, July , 1860, at 19 o clok r.- AU the rihttlue a Intret of the defendnl, Charism Armsrong 7 mo-hJlf m ard to the TWO COFFE.HOUSES 6it2te0 and 0frmt.g6 t6466 Al6loy an Royal t etI , between C62to12ho6u and ca.al am".n~. at Turmoa ~ 36160050 ITO05ZTeBIF I=ssP he ;Z LIJu iisr.l.RE lu. T om . t Sheriff of the Ptwhh of 0,1mm. SHERIFF'S SALE. SloHnR 1 Du . iIVICCOR"ROUMAOE AND JC SERMUDE 666 0606006 T6STEMENTAR5 EXECIUOR 06 A1-0 E66a6V6L1R 6 CAVALIE R. OFJT.B000 *60 0R , 6 1T OAR0D,0 Ha HUSBAND.... No 6411. 0 of a writ of seizure and sale to ny . . p.,. . th SeeoadDiotr1NCotrt of Now aLt b 6t206a 6.66d 6.6 pgi . 1, .to 1ullat pole ;ock.In the Reaof trL· City'cfh~nssSt Leai·etreut,_he wee C6mr 61 Roy5 l tmTt6 , MONDAY, Au21u0 16,1860, at 266o e60c gin1aýDII . LB ulatto, apd 626 24 y.eaI 31$ 2 aI. , .ht9 • I , .~ w e +e9 CM66~601,O06l 6,61200 066666666066066 q5 loS r ~. ao~~ogT6Cji .w .NEW ORLiANS DAILY CRESCeE PUBLIBHEa EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, AT NO. 98 ST. CHAELEB $IREET, BY J. H.KMADDOI VOLD V. V. MONDAY MaON e, Iam LY 1, Ism. wvama 1E6. RE(4*ULA2R "PACK.I"1S. L~OR MOBILE.-DDaily U.s. Mail Lba,-ftmtpK "Armm· am l The F (109-4 a Sg VERO, . A. HaS., 015555, NA g bui of she pboera 0teamen wll Gar thePo Re. il Al in Saao yvel atthe Jsel f th 19 dekte a, n; dily A Ba 8t" Ln-is, P- Chrlelttoa ad P cuml a nd r tld l w8 sop a *P..,..gona, Psdhtlo.AVRad asbqyq..gS9. d E~b i!. . swauge and kmidee ith sie W',"ail. Rt G godown b she I .'lookA, r0,g bats w .S.Wll ptD seer atp wyfright p' FrMtgh, fo· aAt. .Lodi. andIP5iCmrist onght b be snt fr .los..,.OALIPORI.5!A or MQILR. 1ea~eR M dS. the olln of the Agent a 9 mBgot. ppa eleven o loe f. ate Jeth.R, t. DDWt, Agmt,l1amt Place. UR BILOXI, BAY ST. LOUIS, L PASCHRISTIAUN AND J1881PPJCITY- Peeket a-snrer CAIIýF~rOIAIA~k Th. hTitts w pm 1,un Lae Strrnaa ta.d.,b ooF.ppI.A . P. .tOd r fdl or ehe UnY trade, with fpmdid accommodallatv~wt7 1·sthe EYVER TJEtIS[DAY 1Y08Ni5 ..............y ths 9 .'Yloo Ca.r, ..SATURDAY EVESUING7.""."" 6 .. . Retn.sSI. N il-e8sIWi EVERY TUSUDAY, THURSSDAY, AND SUNDA~Y EVENIINGS. T The Wsy LsSaet Bag wll leave ths o225, of the Agmt osvay 8,5, y, Toned., oa Thundsy masornig, et B -'"lock, and ever Saturday sv.555g at 4 Yd, S. For ý ,htar eplgra npplyonn bard, or to jeds R, GgbspDEB, Age2py 7s-k Place, J~OR COVINGTON, MADISON .YILLE, LEWISAOIY AND MANDEC'SLE. NEW LAKESgTEAMER.-Thu eupst..5r -14's1f tonntn! a-amen OPIIELIA, Wane-Aa. Grla, masbr, nsvtug very ·I-girt ·acommodr one, ,rjU rBn r s ngaW packet -t tko soova, LEAVES NEW ORLEANS: IEAVYE SSADJOIVILLE MONDAY.......... r u., MODAY. st.......... .. l A x TUESDAY.......... .. EDAY................8 . TURSDA UY ..... ". ". THURSDAY ......... e FRIDAY....D........ s Y ". ": FRIDA. .. " SATURDAY. . A RDAY.............. (s ESn SijiDtYaR th01, ill A ake an EXCURSION TRIP, l1.25 tgts Rsisad w the arrival -f the e'Sl',Iac5A. . can, anA ritur 990 b"°° for ehe 7'clwkr. rca -th cty Cot" In over -2 kep the Bo1t m pslIret rnditias, IE a safe an plmnnt persr galenamrshe will nuke no trip on Wed-eadaya. li" P menyan for Covingtonn wW du1d good caveymcama, hm of hITa msdfom ad~ls.5hAI5W 2.dp In. A Alt.Ba S ll befoudat.d the ., os oIth A Ah., iS WIt. L. CUBHING & CO., d6 Common .15,1t. OR VICRSBURG, MILLIKEN'S B. tSEND, NEW CARTHAS'., WARR$N7ONL I A A. D GULF, RODNEY AND NATCli..S 1 j THULISDAYV w.k...eg Pectet Dt..mas .S.SrAfy,,,Ait;u E.riSoenlad swift running p...1.nr peek" teamer U. S.SLAICY, Gplt. ], M. W hits wHill mmmamce his regular tri W .. in the wee-., a A dt irnvra EVERYt T:.1,1. AY, t 6 o'olnvt r, a. Rnidmtog, will Ixnv. Vi: kburg erar Moony t ti 'cloe r. u. h-ý.rfu doarr s. ticalD,, apply to [Je1t] SMI'lS PIMATERS3 Poydrset. FOR~n BALIZE:, BnSOU-WEsT PADS, F' ORT IACYnJON ami all intarmodiat· plnnta tunsl -The regular a11 Get F rri parlnngernem IPARSlION, Cap" C. R Fmuoswill (rave far th 1,2. dal lDnA.ia Iandiuag o A SATURDAY, Mnv sn at10 h- A c .x re-roitrg nt nesit 9o. Toenlly, s (5 a. Thi t l~at hasrer11 purchase. s,.1m.s!Y for the tradeI betty-2 N-OTI rlend the Belies. It a eulalila.t g1122.1e to ehx pl..ten d shAparsp that s hewill rewi, throutful Ih thn .nr ran us a regutbr packet, leaving the city every SATURDAY MUORNING. For taight or passag, aply0o board, foot ofSt. acas serIt, m to .0S6 tI STEVENSON A CO., 10 NesLse. stre.t. jIRi jILIZE- On Saturday May 16l, rIat,'slok +.5.-TThs-.m.,rJ. T. ORUt WELL, Cnp. Jus. 8nliba, .KIasommawc h er. *2IklA trtye soII 05 llseand aI Intrmdlsl I .F sad w I1 u tino6 J th u tr~u during the Bmunner. For heiidhl ge~a, loving ge e ArnunAda,-C .apply G the CapI. . no ard. Fa2at Si FOR BAYOU OROSSE TETE. 8tsllr BEE havin aae rhA.115 ed by 0, W HeSwOd, fur aka BAYOU SSE TtE TRADE, wd cmmaoce hnr rsunrelrtr u awn es the we-r 85 permit, an ramnW isthe trde donag th waue.. For freight or pueage.apply to T. B, a\11TH M P-Yy X Ietntrst leas rA. G. MRUSIDEAL"X. la Cnati~tre· t HOTELS AND BOARDING. BOARDING-Several Families can obtain ,coos , eves[ .1, be' Ol',tOem i, by ipplying SN'. IIm 14B e, r 01, . - e nlie ,A agr,.ba'e ..nd mm,,rteblOrom,.._ __ nitly S AM'S OYSTER SALOON-This NEW AND EXTENSIVE SALOON ..irb i', ,main greatl EX w l yl tatlsitabtmlsnt othe trai io [ha South, la list oppan d e S Ol S. CHARLES STREET. M,. Wsl, pe er o, 'non u "SAM," ha. been NIae.IaQ th the patinen m than airy for the lis~it alo ^ar, Kanng comntsned with Mr. Pif.boob, .bds bh. ObO',buflith l rat ^ 5loj. is thb 5,,iAd Mn. Eiyipally,,remNA,.A .th him till his death, sod ruecutt.oadatthe bsemeee ever ainee Witb mch em rrparisn, lnuaduhneemi~oda~r tvioatio to verve Ute pablu faithfully nth the beat iv hl. Bon "Sm " oli":ik of hia numarma f ienda a hure of therir patromuge.:. area hbisken . , odAd A 5ttOigp [ha SALOON and y,',ei1ia AR wih tanCIOICssT LIOOR h io ban h. pryooreA. S VANTa, wall koarn GC t ihsi src (rant onaaitio.. Ln~r Omen emplyed toued the vayybetCok.7e LARDER will ela b lbr red ith the CHOI~iC5TYIOH ANDOERIE;y dthe . OYSERS STaere o.A rained eaolusirely fa Wk stablihm..t " m ekrt, voepdfno +er rul wll bW.spAred Ao redelr thin S','n oort'b. the pytrlo. of thO liberal m lniAous rommo ' ,bty. mhlS i! (ONTI STREET VERANDA, lforme'1y lb. Coo h',lte.) CONTI STORET, betwe1 Ch.rtr0 .an Old Lave.. 401 y V. DEBERT, aga',L C OMMERCIAL HOTEL, situated at the atror sIoD n .' NEW LIVEBSsTREETs.-Th...U ?',',eA l.,,f th e ab. se H otl tbankful to his riends ,a A. W ESTERN VERANDA, corner Julia_ .0º T'bo'ml Mh.e..d-Tb' ,o .R o u.' .ubhbamsl hhtsnj ekene3 vnd and nnderger-e n rarelan rennvatia q withiwoAb o Dlyrss.. tA i pb, rb',,.,ould ip,' r',.etfAl'y be t.`b+t Lbey em Momm to Permennt and Tianfent BoaPrirs ~u ° :ytye not rvrpeasd in the toty "ay deo arena-er than he ýeR o! th . homes w rape. to any. the loth. m`, ,aloe r. a., rider the beat of memagement,-it famished wit .ol ·hior Vineaa.^d Lyiuoet !ago it wrOA r t~tfmPPr prrittrm. B LAUGH SPRINGS will le open for the 11l> erpron Of v sit n tan the firer day of unr. Brimlira ,'oypro ofant i h i'. ba ', made dunog the pbb t S.AA r, n+1 40 ..',, .. sons,, br ry',,Oe',bly .y10y'od'Ard. E5Mrirc ,.rom.'', by. .rl,.yid, and F' x iy'Nhlbtor patter t'emeef' aa ibhat tIfe are Ib .l 1eI0 hI',' sled to bi's a 1',,00'',, thin than ny '',.iou, e alo. ta erertione noon their pert wet be aimred to render eadsty of them who nay fnv r ihe. with the[, v~mpany ppleant and agreeable. jO oYr i( CONER A H'ORY, Proprieto,. fANDEVILLE HOTEL - This Hotel, fLý Kein. been recntly puwi up and fumilllad i now lw the iiy,.ion of vwn. Thre TSi. ARTON PIN oLIIAib OA'TIIINGI OUS r',yb',b.', and .11 th',y by' .y', tibAE may ,b, N.u aidaten loalleot. It is bat two p rate-' 08 frm ihn ally-Z. a tenmera prying b','','n dAily, a.d t'o mlybe.',mtOy.5. cents Tb' FISH are 'o ed ',', .d up' by 111", ,s a'Ad h'Ad, .'d ithe BATHING I. the be ton rite Lake, no otherr pleas neeeptd. ,uituble acramnedntiove for families nand rival-pa~rties. Terrlmodrrmty. BOARD-IPER ,Y.4..........................c.. l'y.'...s lyy 3m 7.. RIIfY' CO.. PiooF~ctrs.0 I ACHELORtS' HALL, Biloxi, Miss. Forme'ly BRAANLbN HOyUSE.- PHILIP CANTER- j opyp.',Ato re,.,O AORDER. A go',dOTABLE will be kept, and she VAR suppied A ith the beb t of LIUbiRO. laodganda Lodgingy, We"....' ...- . . . sIRS P'r DayS............. . . . . . 1 0 .14 N atawlm M ADISONVILLE HOTEL.-The sub-A!ý as Iripbr pacing warued the shore HO tel, wil Opa th94le in ,10h ~th lust. Having keg.e and it, R H~me, h will ire ablo to so ,''mndte families ii a very rc,,,ore by', ni,' . As n is his intention E" kw~p hie tabe anpldird with erory delirncy of the deasoo, he hoposto meat a fair share of patrn,;.ay. The terms for Board nee b",Day ............................... . .. Per Wrek ............................................. 7 W Attached i n the Hotel 's'BILLARD Rbf 00yf, TEN PIN ALLEYS and BAH ROOM. The Bar will bra suppltnd vetol the bart of Ltgnon. myy' 0,, A. ARIRlAE MciSAY. BILOXI HOUSE BILoxi, Miss.-Thepnb. f Vnee red or the up Iio of rttitotn fee the lnnnagamev NbXON,'.IkIrsA ydaf J,',. A,',', to thaeiouA i wil~l bfounda OAR and BILLIARD RDOOSTN PiN ALLEYS mid BATH 1OUSES,. The TAILE 1yiI *b',y. be suppliAd Aith the dAlic',,y'of the Sea 0',mi the New Orleei,.lplalke. The ho.,e I, .'rrouAded by Ilage and magnificent Lilo (1., Mulberry, Hi'kory, Sognb.,' and OayT,',,s .gerijb om the eye a ty,' robpect '..ell u ,i' in' a dem' shade nao whin 5,ae sun ie mut vertical. (Phis Hotel oItan etrwger ittduremunte to families and rL~idr.. them uuv other bona.e on the scust, onsevtof im wesnla in tot the are. of which I. about twso e...s t-ý A libnral darlnelipn ,It Wb mvi. to femilil. my18 3m M AGNOLIA HOUSE, Biloxi, Miss. Mr,. C. bi. SEVER r lpelliyy ilf'rms her oldA frtnn emit pumavn, anti the pnbhc genaerally, that this Hotel to . paq for reenarptionaf iuiion. Thiel,.... is mt inforior mntbe p nut of fertlity and accammnd·the· to any howel on the sea roar[.. The BALL b(bbb b..ua.' is dimAb',,',.,'y.,' lar mom.1" Bilooi, and i. Admirably yA'ptd to BALLD PARTIES a.i ppbyile gatheringbf enue. ally, . hich-.in. it willl be let.. to-..l1.l term.e. 1. addition t. thle a~ll Ropom, accommodation, are prepared for at taust fift pereons lb',tTABL6Eit will be her b''oo''aore to prfvide amply with the poet tint this and thr netghhuringg rkek afforB~d. Fin', and roomy OATH HOUSES rao adjalcent to the (loan(, for the :onranrunca of Boorders. 1 he BAR Fe ·upplied with ebntce bipr.o . byO. iCE-CREAM SALOON als.oj ii , ',bi Hotel. A LIVERY STABLE y. .Lumbb'd m the otel,. IL',EOUI'E BOATS In',oy ',~p ,y ,adi',',, s i', s 7'hetklhl for the Itberal kpnntrnaee humiuotorel etzaodcd to her, she rsupretfully ruaoelu, wha~t it _11 L Lnr efflrt w dust-., a share o pup liclnvar. li1tiors wai' be lualed ab the Wb',,e, lbhe Hotel, if bley ..oify the Elypni' of rbos ,,ar of ty i b ob',. Biloadi,bmays,. 0800 O l' N° charge for',b' y ge. j'REEN OAKS HOTEL, Biloxi, Miss.-e SThie famed and popular Bu ranee etrent, a° anerally~ A',,' thr', ghout tbi South rb,,o','y, u',,r we mib,'s' mant of Mr5. ELIZABETH PRADAT and h',e a,, JOHNSB. PRADAT titnnI'd about one mile distant from the vtllnge of Bilozi, willba opened e the Ist of Jne f'r Thu r,'ap'i.', of viailn. The " GREEN OARS " is b'o welt knoi n w .sa' d ao e05 ended no', ,l. nor sl',' years the popy,'. ri . obyIe 0, bl ,yhm', bhis peen o .adily in "teal g. T6 tnana .PaU advantngee'l commnndicli. e e Inettnoe proeneet t o. Ik Lake, and receivig the pan a mit raver ae I Bowe from the Qulf, hnva not failed wo imprnsa &rornhly Thu many viaisnfrom NN-Orleauo, hl~hila fine the lurrmrmdina county.. Dnlingg She Win~er Lhe proprietors hnve mode y at.po~m·t end addityon'. Tb, OAR ,Ad BL.IARD RODAIR Irre thoroughly anued and Stusd up, ant SAIL DOATO will h rat all times rat Ib, ..e r t villtan, tree .f Ohnrga--alo CLAR(ET rat Dinner. CARRIAGES aod HORSES may b6a ra'urylo 001 ,, moment. l',',Adli',', th celebrated BRARS BAND of NlLOrleane i, .i gag'd, 'amt n BALL may be :b'a.', twice O',', it'. Vialilbn. islbg to ltop 1t Ibe GREEN OAlS rNylquested toAno i fylt*Cybptois..b tbI 'Omen, wbo will lbud them at the ,,b.f ob ,he H',l.. .....TEMS.... Pe W rk............................................ 11 0 PerDn ............................................ 400 tDý Children and l',,,', pbf-prinO. mO pfire HOLLYWOOD HOUSE, Eastern Shore sfl C ,Mobile Bay, FREEMAN A ORIbTH, Pr,, cure.-ThLSY ty',Obahm'b.', s° ll an.5 fn., n', ye kowsn for li buy',. O AS',i. y, (ared and airy lo'AAio', its f ie i'Hes, b, 'ady , ova..lbpl',did ',owA f'the,',Ayo ', r bamb,'s wtlh its Itofi'.dy botou b, -o11.eroade r ering to various directions, with the ultrae abeelrs of norm um,, renders this one of the pleuratamotlimu m imed the warm a-. W he b found I. the Sunthelm on "tr. The fact of its havng to crowded t05m three to four months evergy reume. from the beginning, I. good bfid.eo' of ,y' being the right .met of) b plp lf SThe poet two demson, antarne half t~ epplicmte from the city of New Orleans lone ntlold no awb'mmtd ted. May altrratons ad wldittont he, a timarude daringlhe put winter. rho., DINING RA~ is much anar.·d can now meat two hundred and ary 5f.yona. A OILLIARD SALOON Till 5e added I' tSb other amusements. Several more SLEEPING APARTMENTS have Ib., The prprietan will be nothring In their efforts toPlease. Thern Is e iase A dly EOmn..i',A b y swam ',bh Mobile, ..i shortly a ve townsman lensso at will he . t he r° W, and make I ral trips a day. LThie °atblli hmmu t i now ready for -iit..a wlILLARn FREEMANN JAMES9 B. 8ITH. Holtywouel Baldwin cooty, Ain., 3fy 44, tary. mg~r 3ntm IrUMPS and BATHING APPARATUS, ma.-JOHN McCARTY, PLDMBER, No. 184 CAMP REST, N0a.~dl, hw juet roculsed a new end Icrg e wwmeot M Bnw c Iu, ...... isee ; PaI cudu Lif PumC; gear Pump, ete, eta.j Cooing Rageea; Bethiny Tub. Z o l.,ho.rJ~ g d np-ring Lead Pip..; Sholt Leal worLk of eve Ship yyw 51,mmheM wok promptly pot opW npeled, Allarc i.ggipN Wuddto. m44w~~aa e. DAILY CRESCENT. oYClIAL JOftAL OF TUII CONSOLIDATED CITY O i.gWORLIRANS: Officalt Rep'ort. BOARD OF ALDERMEN,OF THE CITOY 0FPIW ORLEANs. SaeTwo or Tunoasc, July 6, 152. The Board was to meet this day, on a convo cation of the Mayor. The members present were Messrs. Burke, Clark and Stookton. There being no quorum, the Board adjourned. Cnas. CLAIBORNE, Secretary. Srrmo or JOtv 8, 1852. The Board was to meet this day, on a convo cation of the Mayor. Memberspresent: W. C. C. Claiborne, Presi dent pro tern., Messrs Burke, Clark, Labatut, Lugenbuhl, Stockton. At half past 6 o'clock P. M., there being no quorum, the Board adjourned. CHAS. CIAoOnAO tE, Secretary. SIrrno or TUEnAov. July 13,1852. The Board was to meet this day, convoked by his Honor the Mayor. At half past 6' o'clock the roll was called The members present were Messrs. Burke, Clark, Labatut, Lugenbuhl and Stockton. There being no quorum, theBoard adjourned. Cuas. CLAIBORNE, Secretary. STlTIrN or JULY 1521852. The Board met on a convocation of the Mayor. Present, Hon. James Robb,President, Messrs. Burke, Clark, Labatut, Lugenbuhl, Sewell and Stockton. The reading of the journal was, on motion, dispensed with. The following message from the Mayor was read: MAronaLTr or NrwOILe.As, ) July 5.1852. f To the HonoraWi Preidenl and Mml;rs of the Bard of ql dermen of the city Of NeOrleans : GrNTLE.ae,--I have caused the convocation of your honorable body this day. in consequence of a resolution passed by the Board of Assistant Aidrrmen on the 2oth Joune. inviting your honorable body to meet injoiot coun-. cil. for the election of such officers of the city as arecalled for ly existing ordinances. Very respectfully, Your ob't servr't, A. D. COoseoLac, Mayor. The following message from the Mayor was read : Maro.aOLT or New OcLTs.oo, 1 July 6,1852. f Tb the Honorable Presidents cd Members of the .Board of .l oMen, and of the Bord of.assistant A.lldenen, o the City of NesOrtele : G(inrL .s--It is with deep regret I have o announce to your honorable bodies the sad catastrophe which oc. cureed on londay narning, to the steamboat St. James. by the bursting of her boilers on her return from the wa tering piaces, by which the lives of many of our most vol. uaobleoctioes were lnst. amongst the number, the Hon saa T. Preston. Judge of the SBupreme Bech of the State of Louisiana. This melancholy occurroence has cat a gloom over our city, and kerps in anxious and terrible sspense many of our eitzens Withthe iew of render ungsmeh aid as might possibly be given, and to relieveas for as praetieable ourcitizensfrom this mdelncholy'sn-. prsne, I immediately waited upon Mers,. Geddes & Co., to'obtain the ue of one of their mail boats to viatt the scene of diaoeter. These gentlemen with proaptuess lained the steamer California, Capt. Ensign. at the dispo salof the chief authloritiesl. The steamerleft about three o'clock. accompanied by the Chief of t olee, Captain You. eanes, Capt. Orivot. and a detachment from the Battal lion of Artillery. with a large cannon, and a quantity of blanko cartridges to fre in the viceinity of the accident. for the purpoe of raising the bodies of such of the unfortu oatos asperished. The California returned about 9 o'clock last night, bring log the bodies of two females and one child. Mlesre. Oeddre & Co. placed another boat at the dispo pl of the authorities this morning. for the purpose offpro ecodlog to the wrecko that such bodies as may be found mdy be brought tothe city. The promptness with which Mters.. Geddes & Co. respooded to the call made upon them. deserven the highest commendation. I trust the coarse which I have taoke in this unfortu tate matter will meet yourfun approbation; and as there will be some expense atteading 1t, I hope youar honorable bodies will make arrangements to meet It. Enclomed 1 hand you a copy of a protest. made by Mrs. Marie ElizLabeth OGuillotte, wife of Frederick Buison.a as well for her own account asothers represented by her. against the late city of Lafayette. now Fourth District of the city of NewOrleans. for the illiegal taking of a certain portion of ground cailed '-Mlarket Place.' which will be more fully explained by the plan annexed to maid protest. and to which allow me to call your considerotion. With great respect I have the honor to beyour ob:t s'vt. A. D. Caosscoa, Mayor. On motion of Mr. Durke, that part of the message relative to the measures adopted by the Mayor in connection with the explosion of the steamer St. James was approved, and the fol lowing resolution adopted: Resoldn That a vote ot tbohanks be tendered to Mesares. Geddes & Co. and Ohat the Mayor be requested to trans mit the same. On motion, that portion of the message in re lation to the protest of Mrs E. Guillotte was referred to the Committee on Streets and Land ings. The following messages from the Mayor were read: MAYORALTY OrF NEW ORLEANS, July 8.1852. f To the H'oe. President and Membhers of the Board of.dldermen of the city of Ne Orleans : GNTe.Ert,oN-- hove caused you to be eonvoked this day at the written request of Aldermen Clark. Blurke and Otorkton for the objectof which t refer tn said gentlemen. Very respetfolly, your obedient errvaot. i. D. CnosseAe, Mayer. MAvoalnary OF NW Ow.nase. July 13.1852. J To the Honorable Presid t and Mems of the Board of .l d.r.nen of the City of New Orea-n: GeaTLnsn.-I have caused you to be called toge her this day that you may act upon the several rseolut ouu waiting the action of your honorable bodyfto go nt: effect. Also, for the transaction of such other general husioess as may be brought before you, Very respectfuly, your obedient serant. A. D. Caosesen, Mayor. The following message from the Mayor was read by paragraph: That part relative to the salary of H. M. Bry was referred to the Finance Committee. That part relative to the letter of 1Hugh Grant was laid on the table subject to call. That part relative to the necessity of selling the contracts for repairing the Wharves and Levees in front of the First, Third and Fourth Districts was also laid on the table sub ject to call. That part relative to the resolu tion passed by the Boars of Administratrs of the Charity Hospital on the subject of small pox patients was referred to the Committee on Health with power to act. That part relative to the Engine House of No. 15 was referred to the Fire Committee-and that part in relation to the returns of the Commissioners to take the census was accepted and referred to a commit tee of one member from each District, to report on the basis of representation. The Chair appointed on said Committee Messrs. Burke, Clark, Lugenbuhl and Sewell. MAYORALTY OF NF, WORLF.Asa, July 13, 1852. , To the President and Membros of the Boad of .dld ensen and of the Board of dusistant .3ldersme of the City of New rleans : Oei.TLEAssn -1 herewith transmit to your honorable bodies the following rcommunications addressed to mea, to which be pleased to gie your attention : A letter from U. M. Bry, ENq.. dated Monroe, La.. July 7, advising that he had that day drawn a draft in favor of Mr. C. W. Phillips, fbr four hundred and ffty-six dollarsa balance due him as salary for the year 1851 and 1802, as agent for the city of NewOrleane in the bequest of the late 8. Girard. A copy of a letter from IIugh Grant. Esq.. dated July 7, in reply to my oommunication of the 51h. requesting fronte him the plan books of the late city of Lafayette. in ace(.rdauce with thle resolution of the Common Council advising that he woold furnolh the same as soon as com pleted. A ltetter from L.. It. Pliu, E,, Saurveyor, stating the ne cesoity of lling the contracts for repairinlog the wharves and leves in efront o h the F tirst Third and Fourth Dis tricts. And the returns of the Commissioners fortaking the Census of the City, made to me for the Third and Fourth Districtse showing the number of votors and populatioo, white, colored and slaves. in maid Distriot., si, : The pop ulation of the Third District, (per Commissioners' Re port herewith.) 263,744 1 and Fourth District. per tableauxa, 14.067. Alsos, herewith enclosed, you will please find a letter from II B. Const, Eeq., Vice President of the Charity hlospital. enclosing a copy of a resolution passed by the Bolard of Adnlulstratoes, advising that after a certain period, small pox patients will not be admitted into mid institution. This is a suaject which should claim your earliest and most serious consideration. In the absence of a perman ont provision for eases of this kind, some thing of a tem porary character should be mads, to guard against the in trodnotion of this loathsome disease into our oity. The frequent arrival of vessels with this disease on board, and the refusal of the Hospital to receive them, makes it im perativdthat prompt measures should be taoken in the premises. to preserve our city from its infection. Ou Saturday night last, a fire occurred at the corner of Basin and Conti stretsu, by which the Eugina-house of No. ll5 was much injured. The building was but recently taken possession of by the Contpany. and fromm the injury .ustained It is not in n it condition to be oaccupied. I must therefore, urge upon your honorable bodies the necessity of direoting its immediate repanation. I have the honor to be, Your obedielt servaut, . . bo, ( eutg, Nayor. eThe follo.ing mi lsige frm the Mayor was read: blofaOLT! exwOnaLS00, dereisn of the city "1 ttwr y f 1 ^,sc i, Oo.feRTIOrSe •os Onet..-Io hae deemed it e0po f the nts.i of the ity to enwes Jor eonvocation t t day, that you nmay ta nto esoniderstion the Vrou mbjcts eon tainedt myJversl eommunleations to yyor hbneomble. body. Vss'reen p etpoly nt A. D. CiSl.,uo , Mayor. PETITIOSTO, ETC. A petition from property holders on Canal street, relative to the location of a cnb stand on both sides of the Neutral Ground, was re ferred to the Police Committee. A letter from Mr. Laroquns Turgeau, Secre tary of the late Third Municipality, was re ferred to the Judiciary Committee. A petition of Mr. L, Mdderio, on the subject of a tax paid through error, was referred to the Committee on Claims. A letter from Maunsel White, relative to the removal of obstructions on Benton street, was referred to the Committee on Strets and Land ings. A statement from the Surveyor, giving the list of persons employed on public works, with the salaries and wages paid to each, was re ferred to the Committee on Streets and Land ings. A petition from various inhabitants of the Third District, praying for the constrUction of a plank road on Louisa street, from Greatmen to Gired street, was referred to the Committee on Streets and Landings. A letter from I. E. Tauris, praying for the reimbursement of a tax paid through error, was referred to the Committee on Claims. A letter from Mr. Newbeger, Recorder's Clerk, offering as his security Mr. Peter Kaiser, was referred to the Finance Committee, with power to act. A petition of Mr. Martin Falkenstein, enm, ployed in the city watch and coifined to his bed by severe sickness, praying that his monthly pay be allowed him as if on duty, for the sup port of his family, was referred to the Police Committee. A letter from Mr. John Slemmer, Wharfinger of the Second District, wae referred to the Com mittee on Streets and Landings. A letter from Dr Landreaux, claiming the amount of two inquests, was referred to the Committee on Claims. A petition was read from the Rev. C. Mona ghan, Pastor of St. Peter's Church (Third Dis trict), praying to be relieved from paying bill for 180 60, due to the contractor for the paving done in front of the Church on Marigny street, between Casacalvo and Greatmen streets.. On motion of Mr. Burke, the following reso lution was adopted : Roa/seed, That the prayer of the pettion of the Rev. C. Monahan be granted, and that the Comptroller jsuee his warrant'in favor of the coontractor for the paving of larigsy street. f b* the sm of one hundred and elghty dollars and ixty eesnts being the proportion due by the St. Peter's Church, for the paving done in front of said Church, on Marigay street between Cansealvo and Great men streets. A petition from Thos. C. Poole, praying for the enlargement .of his ofice, was laid on the table, subject to call. A communication from P. T. and L. A. Lig niel, machinists, offering to furnish with water all the gutters of the Second District, etc., was referred to the Committee on Streets and Land ings. A petition from Fire Company No: 15 was referred to the Police Committee. STANDID G COMMITTEES. Mr. Sewell, on behalf of the Finance Commit tee, presented the following resolution, which was adopted, the rules being suspended : Resdaed. Thath1e Treasurer pay the. following sums upon the warrant of the Comptroller. via To D. C Vsandegriff. for ereices as [eaith Warden frome 20th September to 20th October. 1851, thirty dollars. To Jame Williams, for cleaning markets and removing dead animals from river bank, in Jne,s1852, thIrty dollars. To Geoege Lugenbuhi for atla fees, thirty-fler tdol lre and finfty cents. To R. W. Mlbank for laying sidewaln on Water street, two hundred and sixty-one dollars and foray-one cents. To Henry bculinn. for four .odsa pine wood furnished draining machine, twenty dlanrs. To Lyall. Davideon & Co for slates furnished Engine ho.de No 5. sixteen dollare. To D. J. Wassor, for earpenter's work, etc.. on Camp street Canal seventy-five dollars. To E. A. lichel. for cab hire, one dollar. To L. L. Buuesdet, for rfreshments and fitting up polls during eleert. 14ianne. 1852, fifteen dollara. ToiCommreoil Bulloetin, for notice of death Of Hlenry Clay, three dollars. To Alexauder Levy & Co., for stationery furnished Moyor'n ofmee. twenty-two dollars and seventy-five cents. To J. Kilsella, for lighting lamps in Third District, in June, 1852, four hundred and seventy-one dollars and forty-eight cents. To B. Marigny, for certificates from Conveymse fflee furnashed to Assessors, two hundred and forty-three dol lars and sixty-six cents. To P Poutz, for lumber furnished for wharves and bridgese three hundred and eighty-seven dollars and ne teen cents. To MI. Becker & Co., for plank, thirty-three dollars and eighty cents. To A. P. Simpson. for lumber furnished for draining machine, sixteen dollars and thirty-fie cents. To John Grant and Miehael Powers.forserviees omitted on Surveyor's pay-roll for May and June, 1852, one hun dred and sixty dollars. To Thomas Buckley. for repairs, etc., to gutters around Treme Market, thirty-five dollars. To lenshaw. Surges & Co., for hooks, t. for hall, shaut tars, et., ten dollars and fifty oenas. To P. A. Lanaue, for hardware, seventy dollars and se venty cents. Auguste Brusie. for stationery furnished Council Booms. etc , three hundred and thlrty-five dollas and forty To sundry persons, for tolling bells, by order of the Mayor. for death of Henry Clay, nineteen dollars. To hark. Day & Steuffor. lbr rope for nuisance boat. eighteen dollars and thirty-eight cents. To F. Sevasseur, for sand,l fify-seve dollars and twenty cents. To Corsan & Armstrong, for stationery fernished Our veyor's offie, one hundred and fifry-aight dollars and seventy-two cents. To steamboat Belleville, for towage of dredge boat. twe.nty-flve dollars. To P. Gardner. for painting Gallatin Post. ten dollars. To the Daily Orleanian Offce, for advertising for part of year 1850 and 1851. and suandry items (paper No. 11), three hundred and twenty dollars. To A. Duvignoud, for refreshments at the Seventh Re presentative District. twelve dollars. Mr. Clark, Chairman of the Committee on Streets and Landings, presented the following resolution, which was adopted, the rules being suspended: llersolored, That the Surveyor be, and he is hereby. au thorized to have posts erected, and a chain attashed, to extend arorssSt. Anne street, between Royal and Conde streets and the Keeper of the Courts Is hereby author ized to have the streets closed by the chain during the eession of the Courts - Mr. Stockton, Chairman of the Police Com mittee, presented the following resolutions, which were adopted, the rules being suspended : Resolce, That the Surveyor be. and he is hereby au thorized. to make a plan and specifcationa for atw story brick building, to be covered with slate-the loawer story to be finished for a stable, and the upper for a keeper's room and store room-to be located on the lot next the corner of Coti and Franklin streets. and to front on Frankin estreet. Also. specifications for the repair of the Engine House of Jefferson Pire Company No. 165. located on said lot. and recently damaged by fire. Also. specifications for pavlng, with square blocks of stone. the sidewalks, and thelaying of iron bridges on the gutters opposite the doors of said Englne-House and otable. both on Basin and Franklin streets. Resodeed, That the Comptroller be and he is hereby au thorized to sell at public auction, to the lowest bidder, the afor-mentioned work, afterten days' notice in the official journal of the city. Terms cash, when completed and accepted by the Surveyor. Rlsolverd, That when said work shall be received by the Surveyor. the Comptroller is hereby authorizled to issuear his warrant on the Treasurer for the amount of the con The following message from the Board of As sistant Aldermen was read: losan OF AesacSTAeT ALDFoRaes 1 New Orleans, July 6,1852. To tee Hen. the President mid Menla-ns of te Board of Jl dremen : OEoTLEsEv-I beg to return to your honorable body. in which they originated, the followng resolutions. and notify you of the concurrenee therin, by the Bloard ot Assistant Aldermen. vin : A resolution authorilzing the Comptroller to sell at auc tien the contract for the laying of a Plank Road on Ely siean Fields street. A resolution authorizing the Treasurer to pay three hundred and fifty dollars to Jaekson Fire Co. No. 18 for a Hose Carriage, and twelve hundred and fifty dollars fora new Engine. A resoeelution authorizing the Surreyor to put Jeff reon Fire Co. No. l6 in posasession of that part of the lot in the rear of their stable, and fronting on Franklin street. The ordinances passed by your honorable body grant ing a Charter to Creole Fire Co. No. 9, and concerninag the Street Commissioner's Department. have been concurred in, with amendments. The resolution authorizing the Treasurer to pay five hundred and ninety.one dollars and thirty-seven cents to J. Armstrong was not coneurd in. I am, sry respeptfully. Your obd't servant, WaLosea H. PETERs, PSretary. The amendment from the Board of Assistant Aldermen to the ordinance granting a Charter to Creole Fire Company No.9, striking out the last laudse , It ir well uoldemetood that said empty shall never be composed of lesees than forty nor more than eighty active members," was concurred in. - The amendm ent from the Board of Alstant Aldermen to the.dinma~e concernng the 8treet .Commissie0r's Department, strikingo t the 4th section, wad not coneurred in, and the Board of Aldermen persisted in the adoption of the ordi nanoe as orlgnally passed by them, and the fol lowingoresolttion was adopted : RecPessd. That the Committee o ctaeend.taadlnp be coentituned a Commltee of Cos4oreeets enfer with A like coasitte from the .rdetint tSed,aym the erdi. melee ooncornlngthe Stre Con 0deeloaey'u dqeprtsaat. The following mitapges from the BoLed of As sistant Aldermen *tre read: BeIsn ox AtseAretnv Atasss, New e the as, July mph, 1 ol2. OAmrLeneHerewth Ibegto return to yOehmhme. able body. in which they originated. the following reseol ione, and Inotify yon of the earerroe thereo the Boerd of Astan Aldermen tl wit : A ;.eoltion (No. 271) authomlslng the peymentof aer taIn bill. A resolution authorizing the payment of lh thousand and tee dollar, toJM Lapeye. assignee. A re ution (authprln gthe payment to Ai ti ehrl, fo cab hire and lee fnraphed to the Board of Aldermme, hes dollar and fifty ents. A r.olaton authoriing the transfer of a onteet for lighting from P Willwann to F G Altman., I A resolution granting permalon to A $fowa C to. I rert a manufaeture with steam engine.. A resolution relative to the ontet of Knapp l Totten` 'A resolutlon instruetti theeensns takehto make their returns to the Mayor. A rasoluton nthoridzing the Treaemmr and Comptroller to appoint their chief clerks as their depntles. A resolhtlon relativ. to Phieei Fire Company No. 8. A reslntlon relative to C re ole ieompai y No. C. A resolution anthorlzing repairs to the hose.,f Fire Company. No. sb. A reeolution authorizing the Surveyor to pnrcue a ire alarm bell forthe Parih Prison. A resolotiuton authorizing the Surveyor to. remove the feore in Benton street. A resolulrmlonauthorizingthe layingof a pln banqk to o th west side of Brunton street, between hsi.iop and Emto rieteevl. A resolelon nauthorising James Bobb to ereet a vran dah. A resolutloc authorizing the ale of eontraetfor openlng and learing of Orleans street. A resoluton (12) approeivgthe adjueloatlon ecertali eontracts. I A resolution authorizing the purehase of a lot of ground for the use of Lafayette Hook and lBdderomlpaoy. No.1. The resolution appropriating ..i for the use of rcom mittees was laid on the table indeinitoly. I am; very respectfuey, yoe, obedient servant, Wo LTa .t PolTe , 8ecretary. BEoaD or Aemaraeo ALDEnerF, NewOtle•.,s Jn y 18. l962 Tos the Heoral President sald Memer ofi the Beordofd Gereen- beg to return toyour honoreble body, in which they originated. the following ordinance snd rerao, lotions, and notify you of the oncurrence of the Board of Assistant Aldermen therein. to-wit: An ordinenee providlng for an appropriston of fonde for the support of the Public Schools, and speclfying the mode of distrlbution and appliation of the same A resolution.lstreetlng the Surveyor to prepare It plan for an iron railiog for Washington Square, Third Distriet, (with an amendment.) A rersolution authorizing the porehaoe of a lot for the use of Eagle Fire Company No. 7. A resolution relative to Vigilant Fire Company No. 3. A resolution relative to the payment of teo. Cronan for the paving of Levee street. A resolution authorizing'the payment of $d053 to Fran cis 8oulet. being th asseassed value of his prpery neces ary to the opening of Euphresyne street. A resolUtion authorislng theComptroller tosell at pub lie.auction all the buildings and improvementshid the lne or Euphrosyne street. A resolution authosing the payment of $e800 to John Donovan. A resolution authorisig A. Mnrae & Co. to. erect a veranda. A resolution granting permission to M.' Lon tos en tnlue the construction of g vea nda. A resolution directing the street Commis.loner to have the Magitlne street market: In the Third District, daily cleaned. etc. A resolution relative of abseome to Th.a It. WpfO, City A reso.ution reltlve to drinking houses, restaurants, ete. I am. very repectfolly, 'oor oh't sert, WALTER i.i. PEoEre, Secretary. The amendments from the Board of Assistant Aldermen to a resolution instructing the Sur veyor to prepare a plan for an iron-railing for Washington Square, Third Distiict, was concur red in. The above amepdment consists in ad ding after " iron" the words " and wooden." The amendment from the Board of Assistant Aldermen to a resolution adopted by this Board, requiring all specifications for contract, to be let or sold at auction by the Comptroller, to be published five times in the official journal prior to the day of said sale or letting, was concurred tin. The amendment is as follows, "which spec ificntions shall be approved by the Chairman of the Committee on Streets and Landings." The following message from theiBoif- of As taut Aldermen was read: Bonen or AsseeleANT AoLnsusn New Orleanas. July 13. 18s2. j To the Honorble tle Presided and i ber of theM Boord of Gsvs.nu.es-Herewith I hegleasbto enclose the follow. gtu ordinances and resolutions. passed by the Board of Ahsitasnt Aldermen, In which you are respectively invited to sonsr via : An ordinance definig the duties of the keeper of the Court-hoose. 4 o ordinance relative to Public (arriages for hire in city of New Orleans. An ordinance relative to the Coroners fees, etc. A preamble andresoluton, relativeto Thomas Francis Meagher. A preamble andresolutlon impeaching Stephen O'Leary. A resolutirelative to the licensing of drnkilng shops etc. A resolution establishing nuisance wharves. A resolution authoringth e sale of a contract for iron plates for bridge tops. A resolution authorizolg the sale of contracts for repairs and construction of wharvens. A resolution authoriing the employment of five me by the Warden stthe Work-honse. A substitute for the resolution of the Board of Aldert men, relative to the securitie to be given by persons eo-. trscting with the Mayor and Aldermen of NewOrleaus for any wor tobe done and also by the officers of said o orpo ration. The resolution relativeto the contrast with F. Marques for the grading, ditching and paving of Metairie Ktead from calunal Street to the Bayou Bridge. which originatesd in and was passed by the Board of Assistant Aldermen on the 18th of SMay last, and not adopted by the qonstitutio. al vote required by the 18th section of the Act of onsoli dation, and which said resolution was returned by the Mayoron the ith of June loat. for the further rosidera tion of the Board of Assistant Aldermen, in vIes of the above feots was taken up for reconsideration and adopted by the required vote, to-it: fifteen members, you are therefore required to perfect the adoption of the same. I aln very respectfually your ob'tcer'ct. WeLTr:e I1. P'ssee, Secy. The. following ordinances and resolutions adopted by the Board of Assistant Aldermen were concurred in, the rules being suspended : An ordinance. relative to the Coroner's fees, etc. A preamble and resolutions relative to Thos. Francis iMeagher. A resolution relative to the licensing of drink ing shops, etc. A resolution establishing nuisance wharves. A resolution authorizing sale of contract for iron plates for bridge tops. The substitute from the Board of Assistant Aldermen to the resolution adopted by this Board, relative to the securities to be given by persons contracting with the Mayor and Alder men of NewOrleans for any worlk'to be done, and also by the officers of said Corporation, was concurred in, the rules being suspended. An ordinance defining the duties of the Keeper of the Court-house, passed by the Board of As sistant Aldermen, was laid on the table, subject to call. An ordinance relative to public carriages for hire in the City of NewOrleans, was read and re ferred to the Police Committee. The resolution passed by tihe Board of Assist ant Aldermen, impeaching Stephen O'Leary, was read. Mr. Lugenbuhl moved to refer the above re solution to the Judiciary Committee. Lost by the following vote : Yeas--Lugenbuhl, Labatut and Sewell--3. '.qays--Burke, Clark and Stockton--3. The Chair voted in the negative. Mr. Burke moved to refer the resolution to the Police Committee. Carried by the following vote: Yreao--Burke, Clark and Stockton-3. Jh'ays-Lugenbuhl,Labatut and Sewell--3. The Chair voted in the affirmative. The following resolution, passed by the Board of Assistant Aldermen, was read : Resolved, That the Comptroller be, and he is hereby anu thorelod, to sell at auton, to the lowest bidder, after ten days' notice, the contracts for the construction of a new wharf at the head of Esplanade streets, and at the head of Independence street, and the neoessary repairs to the wharf at Post 23, all in aeordasce with specificastions on file in the Surveyor's Office ;the sale subject to the ap proval of the CsoueUl. Mr. Burke offered, as an amendment, to in sert after the words" Independence street," the words, " and at the head of Ninth street, Fourth District." The resolution as amended was adopted, the uales beiss suspended. The 'ollowing resolution, adopted by the e Board ofdAssistatnt Aldermen, wesr gd: Rrshesf, That the Warden of the Wreek-boes. kbe - theslsasn emeer, te.estpi ly. or nont tht.e'zeglrdee Mr. Barke moved to ameind by adding, The Committees of the Common Conneil on Work house ad- Prisea .t make the appeointsIetts during the non-action of the Coes il." The reesoltion as amended was adopted. The resolution relkttie to te aentract with F. Marqunes for the grading, ditehinlfg ei panlt of. Metairie REdoad fgraisi. Cott- - n t he Bayou Bridge-sent.to the Board of Ahdervs for concurrene, after having been adopted by the requirea amjority-was reed twice, the rules being suspended. . Mr. Burke moved not to onesurit the tbore resolution. The yeas and nays being called on thelso. tion, gave the following result : Yeas-Messrs. Burke, Sewell and toek ton--. Nays--Messrs. Clark, Lasbatut and Lage buhl--. The Chair having voted in the arsvative, the motion was earried, and the resolution passed by the Board of Assistant Aldermenwas con sequently not concurred in,. The following'message from the Boar of As sistant Aldermen was read: eosre or wmi e Atonsm., . oewOrleans July & iS f To nte oan. the Priests end aesster of the0Bardo p r oa p " "P ,ns.u.er--I beg tohandyoutheiblsseedl.sae,; and resolutions. adopted by the Board of AsOa.s Alde. me. to wih yoh n ae reeprelfully oeitoil toeossntvi : SAn oriaan fining the ry of the Drauhtman i the luteoyor. An ordtnmse asthoelothheapponte ssesofafIdlett sa Deputystreet'emsamelidosee. A rtldotio. auethorieig the epssi t withe Jhaitao . aells for the eleotug oareeta in the Seveathsai Rgth Wars ofr the Third District. A resolution authorizing the sotraset wtr Martitn t re. derick for keping in repair and conetsro tg weens bridges i the oturth District. A reilution (No. 304) for the payment of spendy o rhtis. A reoltnion relative to the Common treAt Shei Rd. A resolution aMuonPng the payment of $. ' nto John Simmect. A ieriesaol iutthorie sig thepament ofnlrat 00t ieph Patteron. L m. e. A reiolution appropriating s60 to Peuaeeranee pca Co. No. 13. A. reoluUo appropriating $3 to Ocane he Co. No. A resolution appropriating $650 for provlstonsrstbe City ork-housoe for month of May. A eslo.tm eappropating $4Ofar e.o l, lumber, hrses und,etse.,foroCly Work-home.. A resolution relative to prioners In.th Third Distslot and the ofdcena in eharge of the prson. A resolution reeltive to the ionse oreetsef foi (irae. A resolution appropratng $300 for the one of Be fuse for Girls. A rosolotiou instructlg the City Attorney to attend to the habeasemeps and other legal proceedings of tbegome of Refoge. A resolutions aethorinlpg repairs to the Houe of iEd A resoluto relativ to the dlstribution of ps A reoltion relative to the Crol Railtatd cmO PAenyuottleo autdhorirng the ue of a eet te to Thomas Hou Ies. And a substitute for the rsoliaono of the Beardof A dehen relative to the appointment of a Syndlc for the rural portion of the Third District. I am, very respectfull. your obedient sorvasnt, ee.o If. PeERas. rcoretay. The following ordinances and resolutions, parsed by the Board of Assistant Aldermen, were concurred in, the rules being dispen~ed with : An ordinance fixing the salary oftheDraoght. man to the Surveyor. A resolution authori'ing the contract with John Kinsella, for cleaning of streets ist the SLeventh and Eighth Wards, Third District. A resolutin nauthorising the contract with Martin Broderik,;Tor keeping inrepair and cos structing-wooden bridges in the Fourth District. A resolution for the payment of sa 4ryac counts. An ordinance authorizing the appointment of additional Deputy Street Commieaoers, passe rby the Board of Assistant Aldermen, was refer red to the Committee on Strets and Landings. On motion of Mr. Sewell. thefollowingresolu lotion was adopted, the rules being suspended: ResoI.ed, That the Plotie Jail of the Third Dtriet be. and the same is hereby, aboliobhed. and that alrllaves and others confinoed therein b removed to the Polce Jail of f the Second District The following preamble and resolutions, of -diearby'Mr Lugogsmhlewewe-sdeptado rns-les being suspended: Wtt'reo.a. many valuable lives were lost by the explosadn of the boilors of thelteambat St James. on the th last.. on Lake 'Pontehartrain. and which txploiios ls.thought to have been caweed by the negligeuet or imprudence of thoe having charge of the boat ; and wherea thre ause of humanity requires thit the matter should be fully and I impartially inveetigated. that the guilty parties may he brought to juon.tioe; and whereas, this Conncl can dot look on with indifference at such a great scrifee of o ife, 1 he it therefore EIResooid. le the Ceseonr Councilof ths City of Neewe-, (ecas, That the Utited otates Distrtet'Attorney f"r the Eastern Ditrict of Louisiana be. and is hereby. uequoted to take suoch immedlate measures as he may think prper, to have a fulk and impartial ienvetigatio of the innse ofp the exploslon of the boiiers of the steambat St. Jamesr, for the purposer of bringing the guilty partes (if any) to immedistlat justice. irteseled farhier, That the Mayor be. and is hereby, re quested to transmit a copy of the foregoing to the .. . District Attorney. The following resolutions, presented by Mr. t Lugenbuhl, were adopted, the rules being sus-s pended : Retolrel. That the thanks of the C unells are doe. and are hereby tendered, to Copt. I1. P Eseino. ofthe steam-. b.ot California. for pis noble and Ihumnoe serrirel in. saving the surviving passengers and crew of the lar t steamboat St. Jamets. whichb e.ploled her boiloe ou the r 5th inset. on Lake Pontehbrtrai,; s also fir his prompt-1 nesw In conveying to the soeno of the eatartephe the clay autborities and tlends of the deceased and tlo sa to obtain andbring to the city the inbdie i.f the dsid. 1 Reahend. That the Mayor be. and is hbrrhy¢ r. qtested to transmit a copy of the forgtoing to Capt. Entilgn. Resoled. That the thanks of the Commmon Counoll are due. and oare hereby tatderod, to CeptalnChaos, Waiber. of the steamboat Mobtl. for bl kind and humane aer. vices in conveying to the place of the spleolon of th steamboat 8t James the city authorities and friends of the deceased. and in sselsting to obtain and bring to the p city ninaetere bodies ofp reeous wh had lst their lves by t the said explosion. Rernlvd. That the Mayor transmit a copy of the fore going to Capt. Walker. Ilsoedmd. That the Comptroller ieehstawatvsnt In l favor of Jlohn Youeneas. Chief ot Police. for one hundred doliars. for the purpose of paying uc persons as may have been Sengaged by him to recover the dea d oies of thoe who havetlost their lives by the exploeioun of the eteamboat St James.' t The following resolutions were adopted, the rules being suspended: Resahed, That the Comptroller be. and ishereby.author ized under the instruction of the F.nasre Cnmmilttees of both Boards to issue hi- warrants in favor ofJ. p. Freret. Sheriff. for such sum, of money as may be due him in his said eapsaity, during the adjournmcet of the Board of Aldermen, as per letter and prayer hereto mnsend. Reoolrer. That Peter Rich be, and Is hereby. te,.pied is surety of Ed. D. White. conteratorto keepl repaire the paved streets of tho Third District as per contract lately adjudirated to him by tho Comptplner. c Rosoleed, That Eugeno Limero be. and is hereby. ac- o eepted as securityfor Joseph Oesoio.jr.OSecondClerknof tho ireordner of the Second Diotrict, as also Widow Most nler as security for L. Boniers First Clerk of the same I Reoorder. Retolmed. That the Comptroller iooe his warrant infa vorofJoseph Couoie, jr. for thesm ofi 1evntty-Ovo dol ltor, for one mntha's esoiceo as the Second Clerk of the Recorder ofthe Second District. from the est to thelth It June, 1052. -. Mr. Clark offered the following resolutions, I which were adopted, the roles being suspended : Redeleed. That the Comptroller veli at auction, after ten dasy' sellnotie, the oontract for the repairs and rebuildlng of i wharvee and levees In the irst. Third and Fourth Die. tricts. os per planosadepeolfcetions on file in the tSr veyoros offnce. Retoierd, That should the bids sod seeurittrs offered he eatisfnctory to the Floanee Committees. then the Mayor be. and he ishereby authorised to eoterrntothe neosnary contrasts for the oonstruction of said wores. Mr. Burke presented the following resolution, which was adopted, the rules being suspended: Rroir-d. That the Oureyor he requested to furnhr to the Hoard the probable cost ofa paukbrosd on the Mdtai rio Ridge. from the Breton Marcet to the Canasof the Cassl & Banking Company. Ir. Clark presented the following report, which was adopted, the rules being suspended: The Sperol Committee, to make arrangements for the proper oelebortion of the Anoiversary of the Isdspend once of the Hnited States. beg leave to report. that owing to the very emalt and trieling amouot appropriatedhy the Common Council, the oonmmlttre were unable totake any steps for the proper celebrhtion of the day. They have, however, oicurred the following eapenses for eshute, inemui, etc.. forthe military. sBattlion af Artilory, alute and mourno........$1419 so Woshoingtos do do . ...15 00 usoie for the Wa.ohington Artllr-......y...- . 00 Mns cfor Legion... . ... t .. o} 00 Sespeetbily esbilttesd; Mr. Lugenbphlpresented the followig rao lutions, which were adopted, the i behing sauspended : ~¢Wý -Ii oE-rt '.r )IOaay1gi& a frwatbehfr NI! naseee> "w} >lr14ºl btee u. WeMW a II **Ik in ,ed4nt A I .dt vL of ' ^T ý j '}' .. fIQlr~re;gaelý :r ' to LieAklM tllr; 6 e lom h.4wb4ie E TiLrf AY hrdu#7.e j1 IeirAudter tio ' a jaid Ieinat isMakýJUftd - r 1ibaaoqt uWt kb 1I Id Amsrotrm yrriii Ar~ar Of qkdlj ilftwi*. *~ BZo*~~&~~~~~k~~ Themb W,~ Tht ftvabo wo~ p Pi.Iufýle or Ltet ail fia*a bmc ,ý ý; . . 8oaa i·ori sasac CM4Yp1,. _'~ '1+Q be ar, rdi 9!e!, g A water Wbo o thol:i 'oPes,at remetly m.as,,,e1eal land, a man who.hbdli qeh Alm tralia, uad whog a arrshda a!i airns turehn the k language; - continueonuene tie and b uh-ratul a ens as. . ries in Australia; bit wea the colony, the e~wea ver d Black tribes, fiourips bi n bands of. angry wIves, when e I about likemi ia n ynos d Ass the bush-rangers, ' were servants, too lay towerh,er dlvesu the oruelty of oejust mstere, bhd iedttl b to avoid repeated fleggmg, and Ltved by pla daring the stations or by lifting na s- s heifers used to be worth tee ite pounds, it was worth whiloe t o g that is, catle seteler; butwim1eye leanc shillings, the p'oceltaw rob . ~plsiusl w as not worth-the r.s. ." A that time, sepmaf them tladeltse9 pr ties to 'o out andthtep the ,dra Psoeae u e. - quented roads, or rob pes enger etn ; while others, who deaired bte thbotinsttie privilege of poeketing thbgl san dm den~ perate enough for the adtatuetqgs i But a good lorin formed~inamter i t sM bush-ranger'n eqolpment,- elvdut rodat thief in his own ight, er s&*hbeada.tr of sable banditti. " Desre to save my: prepat:rtorandra plunder, caused me t pay sp a I& to those follows. When. my daEymwc e to travel nearly twohuanded mll .e+ 1sw biM road, used to-reniud the nUlles dbltto that if they shoauld meet with any ican. s reoad in very argent want of tea or dI tby had better he good natured, send nppiF them with a little. In thise .wy *et.mvawsveled safely, when then f u.. hm nbesa m ,rE , and when even their dray era tey backed over the edga of.ensoe1 no doubt, wen chiSV, due-to the :hi.: al paid ; but I- had ma.aged to he g gte l. I of these fellows, by earnieg s. baas ih manity. "During the snigamn et flat I w lapwr a flogging master. If. a.manwase smae..tl me I might p.rtape knock hin-domi, but.a ws a preceediag taken inugpo i eed ertý. f the looked upon it an a erydiUjneahlngis taken before a magintrate a f of liberty. "One evening, when .eturnim t., e dayse' journy, I found.myeelf tw3l ºnjIj of my station-at that timem -on, the extreme borders e~a, las.d. ,ly horsewas exhausted, fenw te-ee-tra cling eince daybreak. ~dI lind s, ad was steering by thu Southern Cis, ntil'I no ticed the reflection of a. fre, and lemarda eho of rude laughter in the nelghbserdenod: Pre, I thought, are some bulloek dieaewseped; I shall lightmy pipe qd unat o atet :tea; .. I passed the shadows of titr ,an down impatiently to light pipewitb. mates, how goes it' aed b - ed muskets of a eouple of iggy . ments wonderfully patched. Four9 o.s g same time ran to their arms, but puffed away at the lighted brand, concerned about no greater matter ' lighting of my pipe, and noticing, that my horse was exhausted, they their proposed warm reception with their t for 'Hallo, stranger, where de, yntsiove.*ei? Have you any tobacco?' 'I au I said, 'to my station on Pelican Creek, I have been up to the CrownlaihO m.eioaer to ee about the boundacli-t amy ~ m adr I have plenty of tobacco, lIt i, a ilaroiek .of- tea or sugar.' So sayi.g. IlmtI out- my tobaeco pouch, which I had tae toe suly well lir itis the beet oaw t.new -ema y is the bush; and then. nt Iiamy horu' girths, threw ty addle d'o bel te the dra To have quitted my maw Mends Upol atired horse would .have been quite imleelMpmy safety lay thereforein trusting thesM ele fidenoe. "The frsthing towhishth yateadriwthe filling of their pipes mI4tom my t -4hetit to which they attendeds.: . They then inhaled and. a eagerness that I can. S with which men mshll.-"mt ney in a drought. Presently they ..lh preparing for th. my blanket, After. auiend ofwhi the