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talu~e a "ý ofppat o€ 4110004d aud~oio
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sue' ;" d~rebgoemp n4OUO end oe
be had, doeie upi stro
yibr ailing, at the eooiatoj pf,
the O iee goat e and also at J. 0. Morgeft's
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Heave blese the woate and the guide to
eresythitg betomiat that God has set in their
heartal Without the', What beastsof prey for
everythin naewhat mere forked radishes
for e e noble, we should be ! What a
pretty g. would Adsam havemade,
withoeS t n ate whom he wanted to ple.e'!
what 4 fellow! what a worthy, ndi t
a w titen! Toour. ain, woman'se
perfection of all the as singiren
tions. :ything must have been made. for
her: for se was the fleal work Man was but
Sthe cosup efeshad; woshla, .iiW clfa d'efssre
Heawa butt the rstMorade ooiep.tion; she, the
brig. eoasomma.side.a 7e bort, he was the
effeetef a direets pre+e e; eshe, the result of re
flectioe. WT does` she' porte the truth that
", eeoetbbtgi t gtare best;" forshe was God's
Onlyseekowthe hearts of women go about
those td ,tthin.s which the wise heads
f oi thsdjnkl the strong arms of men
haves nerve, to dot Are those things
such ~ seply stir the fond, and true and rev
Settitietos of woman she will set about
nm with the invincible, thle sacred courage of
the affections; and they shall, though impossi
ble to men, be done! What can, whatshall re
sist her, when the heart of womankind has risen
up and told her that there is a h0ly thing to be
accomplished, which the men0 will not, and
therefore she most perform?
Everything In the country, not stony with
persniid eqpidity, or dead in the stolidity of
dempgqguism, has long felt that the habitation
of the Father of his Country was the great
homestead of tis niation, and could not, with
:t epgPa jimpety, be suffered to pass into the
.. oodition of more ordinary-cores. Every
foot of them should have been held as consecra
ted earthy to be, as soon as possible, rescued
from the insecurities of 'personal ownership,
and set apart forever, as the dearest possession
that is ears, asthe very roof-tree and hearth
stone of our country, the temple of all its do
meatic `, their great place &~ wornhip.
It should.: been like that kebla, towards
which the Mhehoaetan, wherever he may be,
turns his face whenhe pras--the prayer-point
of -AmealoaiMpatriotin, and its place of pil
Of oenars, at the present opportunity, it
shouldhave-been acquired, at whatever cost.
It was not an object to be huckstered about, to
be cheapened. Our treasury overflows with
'wealth: we are lavishing it upon a thousand
worthles objects and undeserving men. To the
family which gave us Washington, we should
have rejoiced to make, in this especial shape,
a requital far more magnificent, proportioned
to his merits, to our own gratitude, and the
poverty of his-representatives.
Well: the opportunity came. Was it seized ?
Alas! no. Congress thought that Mount Ver
non and its domain should be estimated by the
acre; and that, at $200,000, they would not
fetch a profit. It declined the purchase, there
fore. Mr. George W. Jones and such patriots
think that, when the house-which the master
is not rich enough to inhabit-shall have crum
bled away, and the tomb, which needs a con
tinual watch, shall have been rifled of the awful
relies which it holds, we shall be able to got
them quite a bargain!
But, thanks be to God! if there are no men,
there are women leoft. The women have taken
the matter up. Those of Savannah (honored
let them be!) have started it: those of Mobile
have followed. They will buy Mount Vernon
with the needless oronaments of their beauty,
their pin, their mumrket money. There shall be
no, more cakes nor hardly comforts, until it is
paid for. The children may help: the men
shall not! Go forwar)., sweet sex! Shane the
other, by your spirit ! In your pure hands,
owh:,t can fail? Long life to the petticoats !
RE-OPE.NIXG OF THE ORLEANS
TIHF &TRE.
The man, oc even the woman who doeso t
-.ail with a genuine pleasure the re-inaugura
jios of the Orleans Theatre, add the re-ap
pearance ofits admirable bdoy of artists on the
scene which is their own, ana- hbich they so
much adorn, must have not only no musical,
and no dramatic taste, but be cold to those
personal merits in the accomplished managers.
which really do honor to our city, in giving it
the most truly elegant place of amusement on
this continent.
It was necessary, after the late cruel fatality
there, by which they too have been such
undeserved sufferers, that they should, at again
inviting the public back to its favorite haunt,
present to it the amplest assurances that the
recurrence of any like mischance has been ren
deredimpossible; and accordingly they do so,
by the statements which are subjoined. To
these, however, decisive as they are, we feel
itdue to prefix a few words of our own.
We look upon ourselves of the press as stand
ing the mutual friends of such an establishment
and of the public, and as bound to give true
information to the one, while assisting the other.
We held it, therefore, our personal duty, when
the accident had occurred, to verify, with our
own eyes, the suppposed blamelessness of the
Managers and the real condition of the building.
We knew that we should have to speak; and
when it isin our power to speak with apersonal
knowledge, we will never consent to speak with
out it. We went, therefore, to examine into
the disaster and the wrecks while fresh. We
found that the walls were perfectly staunch;
the roof massively strong enough to have had
not only these galleries but the whole pit sus
pended from it; that the suspending sods and
those beneath the galleries hid'been doubled in
number beyond what the skillful architect had
directed; and, in short, that the sole cause of
the tragedy was the atrocious fraud practiced
by the contractor who furnished and put up the
iron rods. He charged for the best iron; and
he put up what was such mere pot-metal that
in bending the rods into the hooks by which
they hung, they had all been cracked---none
less than a third, some of them two-thirds across.
The break of the iron was like that of a casting
granular, not ragged and thread like~, to
much for this murderous piece of work.
And vow, as to the present construction.
Upon idea of our duty already explained,
we yesterday took a survey of that, and can
assure the public that the galleries and boxes
are now upon an abundance of iron pillars,
which rest upon a solid wall beneath the pit:
so that, thus upheld, the galleries can no more
give way than the firm earth under them.
Nevertheless, to omit no security, they are
fastened to the wall by iron clamps passing
through bath, from front to rear; so that, even
1 if you were tq knook away the pillars, the gal
.c"rise eould not fall; but merely bend these
bars, and remain hanging by them. In
the maot timorous creature that ever
Pe to s t estm y o beeat pets:
itteew OAnL i, Maroh 0, 1864.
Cahmu BJeedeesel Zeq.:
Dnsa 8-n-Having made the design and uoperintded
tbr work lfor the re-ooantencton of the galueriesqp both
Ide of the Orleat Theats, we feel no htatth0el .
e-ting that tby, as wella eveary other of the .elld
og (whbloh .ihe r~teln examtnedm) are ensutly
trObgmd scd retealtt to hanppotn any weight thitthe
moet aer.ded audience brln epon them.
Repeepafellyt yon Ir'ed't eer, f.
Olstta, Tuoln &a Co.. Arechitect anud I.llldei
line Oonnnoe, Meroh 10,1851.
We, the undersgned, a eommlttted pointed 'I dl
onon the iMaye, to examne the publit buildins oe the
-,ity, do hereby certify that we havY made a thortt
aminatilon of the Orlean Theatre, snes the ofreT8
tore been made to the tme, and edd It perOetJ syeond
ted eutatnhti, as much oh any public buiRt to. the
drty sand that the public can frquent the same wnthlout
ohe ieabt apprebhedot of daober.
([igned] s Honed rmrwas , Arohiteot.
ALov D'I taeiene.
Loos H. Plats, city urveyor.
Finally, we le9 to suggest that the house be,
to-night, a full-flowing bumper, and that there
be such a welcome-back as will do the hearts
of our friends good, and show them that we love
-them. For ourselves, we have to say that they
are the only part of the House of Orleans, to
whioh we adhere.
TWOLEIH NIOHT.-This evening the "Tern
pest" is pot to one side, but only for the pro
duction of another of Shakspeare's plays of
more acting merit than even the "Tempest."
"Twelfth Night" is to be brought out with Bass
as.Malnolio, Brown as Clown, Holland for Sir
dendrew, and Mrs. Howard, Mrs. Stuart, Mrs
Warwick, and nearly the entire strength of the
company in other parts. It will be ,a grand
affair, and as the drama is now coonfined to Pla
cide's, we suppose he will have a house full. At
Least he ought, for if bhakspeare won't draw,
what will ?
FROM W. SNHINIGTOX.
ApSntal .srsposnmnes as cui Netw Orioans ertsrent.
WasHrTorm , March 1. 1854.
It is said that Mr. Buchanan has been directed'
to ask what Lord Clarendon meant in respect
to his declaration that France and England
were allied for more purposes than the repulse
of Russia. Considering that the Househad just
put the bill for building six steamers out of the
way for some time, which fact will be .known
abroad at the same time that Mr. Buchanan
turns catechist, his questions will probably be
construed as being made only in a Pickwick
ism way, as they say in England, or as we say,
for Buncombe. It has been reported, too, that
Mr. Buchanan was boon coming home, being
dissatisfied in the matter of court-dress. I hap
pen to know from the gentleman whom Mr. B.
first invited to accompany him as Secretary,
that it was not his purpose to remain abroad
long, so that it is quite likely he is coming home,
but the people of England and this country will
countenance no quarrel about clothes-such
trifles they will leave to the more fashionable
regions where gimp and lace, and tailors and
milliners hold divided sway.
Mr. Benjamin introduced a bill this morning
to make Lakeport, on Lake Pontchartrain, a
port of delivery; the bill provides for the resi
dence of a Surveyor at that place. It was
passed.
Mr. Fish, of N Y.,introduced a bill to prevent
unneoessary delays in unloading vesaels arriv
ing from foreign ports, which was referred.
Mr. Dix's billlwas taken up and Senators
Mason and Hunter, of Va., opposed it with
various abstract and constitutional arguments.
The former gentleman urged that Congress had
no right to constitute itself almoner for the
States, but if it could do so for the indigent
insane so might it also for paupers. If such a
policy was to prevail the people of this country
would come, like .those of Rome, finally to look
to the Government for but two things, bread
and the games of the Circus.
Mr. Stuart, of Michigan, (who is a more sen
sible man than Mr. Cass) reminded the Virginia
Senators of the earliest policy of the Federal
Government with regard to the public lands,
much of which had been wrong and unjust to
the new States in retarding settlements, etc.,
but he had never objected to the reservation of
the sixteenth section for school purposes. The
subject was discussed until the " small giant,"
the whipper-in of the Senate, called up his Noe
braska hill.
Mr. Clayton, of Delaware, addressed the
Senate with hisusual ability on this subject.
Although he did not oppose tile repeal of the
Missouri Compromise by which, he said, his pre
deoessore might have felt bound yet he did not.
the general scope of his argument was against
the bill, and he showed exclusively the mon
strous injustice of such a territorial organiza
tion as it provides for, in allowing a few hun
dred adventurers to choose a Legislature and
ennact laws and establish a government over a
territory equal to five empires. He proved by
referenee to the practice of the Government
ntretofore that the course proposed was unpre
cedented.
Indeed, so powerful was Mr. Clayton's expo
sure of this outrageous feature of the bill, that
I am persuaded that had it been made earlier,
and before the Missouri Compromise became the
oabsoeing subject of the whole bill, it would
have arrested the passage. As it is, the bill
may be amended.
When Mr. Clayton, who is an invalid, had
spoke for nearly two hours, Mr. Everett, whose
seat is near him, proposed that be should yield
to a postponement. Mr. Clayton seemed willing
to be relieved, but while he was hesitating,
the Senator Douglas interposed his objections,
whereupon, with a wave of the hand, Mr. Cloy
ton was about to proceed when his colleague,
iMr. Bayard, insisted upon taking the question
on the motion ttpostpone. The Senate decided
clearly by the so und to postpone, and thereupon
adjourned.
As this was the day fixed by the " little
giant" for a vote, he was decidedly out by this
negation of his authority.
The Itsuse elected Mr. Nicholson its printer
by a large majority. Mr. Gales received a com
plimentary vote from the whigs. Mr. Bailey,
of Virginia, nominated W. \I. Curran, a re
porter for the Globe, who had some half dozen
votes. Mike Walsh nominated Mr. Johnson,
Postmaster of the House. Mr. Forney, Clerk
of the House, withdrew his name, which was
wise in him.
The House refused to lay upon the table the
Senate bill granting land for the Wiscpnsin
Railroad by a vote of 101 to 76. I presume
this bill will be passed, although there is a rival
company here who have tried hard to push it
out. CUHRONICLEtR.
WanH,,scros. MIarch 2, 1854.
A large number of remonstrances against the
repeal of the Missouri Compromise is the in
variable attendant upon the opening of the
Senate's session.
Mr. Dix's bill was further discussed, and
some of the rigid constitution-sticklers expressed
their dissent from it, but others thought it no
more a stretch of power than the donuation to
solliers, or for the construction of roads ; this
bill, if ever it comes to ia vote, will pass the
Senate.
Mr. Jones, of Teunessee, excited considerable
merriment by introducing a bill, the title of
which was, " A Bill to do Justice to all the
States." I do not know the nature of the bill.
iut suppose it has relation to the public lands.
Mr. Clayton eontinued his speech on the Ne
braska hill, for which he will not vote without
such amendments as are not likely to be made.
In the course of his remarks Ihe expressed his
strong opposition to the acquisition of any more
territory, and his belief that a dissolution of
the Union was far mtore likely to occur from this
thirst for annexation, than from any other
source.
When Mr. Clayton concluded, Mr. Chase, of
Ohio, rose to an amendment which he proposed,
and spoke for time.
Mr. Badger brought to tihe notice of the
Senate, and commented with great severity upon
it, a petition presented by Mr Chase from some
part of Ohio, which denounces as traitors, de
serving of lasting Infamy, all who should votet,
for the repeal of thie Missouri Compromise.
Mr. Chase excused himself as having received
very many of the petitions, which he had not
had time to read, but he knew well that the
right of the Senate was to he addressed in coUr
teous language, and would not knowingly vio
late this right.
st this point the discussion became very gon
eoral, and somewhat personal between Messrs
Stuart, of Mich. and Douglas Your corres
podenent waited until the gas was lighted in the
chamber, andl only left the grave Senators. in
order to mail this missive. It is probable
that amendments will be voted upon until mid
night. It is thought that Mr. Bell of Tennes
seemay speak before the fialu vote is takell,
and some doubt hasngs over his course.
lThe HIouse has hben all day long engagol in
five minute speeches upon the liomestead bill,
without concluding it. CUnaomccLa.
LA 5T; G U NE
T THra N9s OLrLk o A Ipi OAElSENT.
Ha tot Naftesanl Lan.
LOUISIANA LEGISLATURE.
BrTON ROUGe, March 10.---Senate.---The
House bill creating a Harbor Master for the
Fourth District was passed, but struck out the
iios reguliig llm to beia seasian.
The "Hegulating Judicial Sales" known as
the Sheriffs bill, was defeated by a vote of four
teen to thirteen, and cannot now be reconsidered,
,as Mr. Keener moved to reconsider, and it was
laid on the tible.
The House bill to increase the salary of the
Clerk of the First District Court to six thousand
dollars, and the bill for the benefit of J. H.
Maddo,, allowing him six thousand dollars,
were passed.
The following appointmente have been con
firmed : Jacob Soria, John G. Poindexter, vice
W. I. Poindexter, resigned; Jas. Cohen, vice
Bernard Phillips, deceased, and Abel Dreifus,
Notaries for New Orleans. Denis McAfee, No
tary for Jefferson, vice Clement Brown,resigned.
Oscar Arroys and Thos. Dutellet, Notaries for
i'Plquemine. Geo. Hillman Port Warden, re
appointed, and John Holmes and John Bozant
Inspectors of Beef and Pork.
An act for the trial of recused cases was
passed; also an act to compensate P. K. Wagner
as public printer. An act regulating the sale
of intoxicating liquors was passed.
The Judiciary Committee reported unfavor
ably on the bill to remove the capital by a vote
of the people.
House.---The Swamp Land bill was reconsi
dered and passed. An noat to incorporate the
grand conclave of the S. W. M. was passed.
An act to sell Franklin College, Parish St.
Landry, to the highest bidder was passed.
The New Orleans and Baton Rouge Railroad
bill is now under discussion.
Both Houses hold evening sessions.
ARRIVAL OF THE MEXIlo.-The steamship
Mexico, Capt. Thompson, arrived from Galves
ten last evening, bringing the following pas
sengers:
Dr. Geuptz and lady, Mr. Donald and lady, Mrs. imp
eon, Mrs Sypat. J i Hand and lady, Wood and lady, Mrs
Peears. Arrington and lady. Mrs Mountain, Mrs Robinson,
lr Bear, Green andlady, Mis Green, Steams and famil,.
IB Caldwell. J Deslryanx. I Seellgron, A Simmons, W
Kennedy, Hon J B King, C H D bbs, J Frederick, I
Ciair. Cupplee, Thmas Crorvln, Watorlon. Lynch, Hodg
sen, Dr Key Abbott. Ten on dek.
Foot Texts.---By the arrival of the Mexico
last night we have received later Texas papers.
The news they contain is of little importance.
The Galveston city election had taken place
and James.Cronican, Esq., had been elected
Mayor.
The Trinity and other rivers are reported
rising.
The Galveston News says: "Thereis agreat
scarcityof provisions everywhere. At Palestine
there is neither coffee, sugar, molasses, flour,
salt, nor scarcely a single article of any kind;
fMr. Stackpole has recently traveledover Dallas,
Collins, Ellis and several other counties, and he
informs us the emigration has been altogether
unprecedented. The emigrants are riding all
round the country to procure a sufficiency of
corn and bacon for their immediate necessities.
At Preston, on Red River, there were at one
time as many as four hundred wagons, waiting
to cross the ferry. This immense immigration
to the State is producing a rapid rise in the
value of lands. In Dallas and Collin counties
the average value of lands with the slightest
improvement, such as a log cabin and a few
acres under fence, is about ten dollars per acre.
One sale has been made in Collin as high as
thirty dollars per acre. Without any improve
ments, tolerable good lands are selling at about
five dollars per acre."
Among the arrivals last night, by the Mex
ico, from Galveston, were Dr. Guentz, President
of the Shelbyville college, at Shelbyville, Ky.,
and IIon. T. Butler King
IHARPER'S MAsAZItE.--We are indebted to J.
C. Morgan for the tMarch number of Harper's
Magazine. It has a number of illustrations of
Jullien, that are decidedly damaging to that
artist's pretensions, and exceedingly amusing.
The readingmatter is very interesting andva
ried.
" I wouldn't marry an eastern man if I had
to live an old maid all my life," exclaimed a
bosom lass. ' Why not? " demanded an aston
ished companion. " Because every paper you
pick up contains an account of the failure of
tile eastern mails."
NEWVAS OF TH7E' CITY
IsNqursr.-An inquest was held yesterday in
Algiers, on the body of a man named Jacob
Mees, a native of Germany, aged about 50
years. Verdict, " apoplexy."
GRoND JuTa FIxlN(ts.--The Grand Jury
yesterday found a true bill against William
Alexander, alias Cominsky, for burglarioualy
entering the office of Francis A. Ruelle, 91 Com
mon street.
The bills against S. Leary, E. Murphy and
John Manuel, charged with similar offences
entering houses for the purpose of plunder
were ignored
PaeOisG COUNTOERFEIT MONEY. --- Officer
McCloskey arrested an individual named T
Wiaman yesterday for passing counterfeit
money. He furnished security for his appear
ance.
RecoteneR WINTER's COURT-First District.
,ouis Dierhes and C. W. White were sent before
the First District Court yesterday, under bond,
to answer charges of mutual assault and bat
tery.
Jemmy, a slave belonging to Mr. Keating, is
to be examined on the 17th on a charge of having
stolen a barrel of pork from the Levee.
Daniel Block was sent to the same tribunal
on a charge of having created a disturbance at
the St. Charles Theatre, assaulting and choking
police officer Ahern, because he didn't happen
to like the performance, and couldn't get his
money back.
,q Black Thieving Rowdy.-A slave named
William was arrested night before last for dis
turbling the peace, stealing some articles of horse
furniture, and resisting the police officer. lie
was arraigned yesterday and sentenced to re
ceive 15 lashes.
Brach of Trust.-Maurice Stiewell, who
keeps a wine store on Circus street, has filed an
affidavit in this court against one John Rei
chard, charging him with having appropriated
the proceeds of certain wines which had been
entrusted to him by deponent for sale. Accused
was required to give $500 security for his ap
pearance on the 16th.
Batteries.---Peter Donovan was sent before
the Criminal Court yesterday for assaulting
and beating one Mr. Anderson.
Larrenies. --- Mary Jane Barker stands
charged before this court with having stolen
jewelry and money to the amount of :33, from
Mr. James Koouns. Examination fixed for the
13th inst.
Robbery Extraordinary.--Twohard-looking
individuals, named John Durken ond Sophia
Mountgomery, were arrested night before last, in
Poydras market, for fighting and disturbing the
peace. When arraigned yesterday morning,
Sophia made a charge against Durken of hav
ing knocked her down in Perdido street, and
robbed her of six dolars. They were remanded
for future examination.
,fdore Insanity --Peter Driscoll was sent to
the Insane Asylum, accused of having lost his
wits
Nariagie .ssat/lt.-An affidavit was filed in
this court yesterday by Jas. McGlenn against
(Geo Wallace and William Brown, charging them
with having attacked him int the Magnolia
HIouse, corner of Poydras and Carondeleht
streets, and severely beaten him with sticks or
clubs. The examination of the case is fixed
for the 15th inst.
RtEcoaKtRs. B.ooS's COtarT-- Second D)istriit.-
John McCaffrey was arraigned before thisCourt
yesterday for entering the premises of a free
colored lady and smashing certain furniture
therein. Ile was required to give security for
his appearance.
Larreny .-The examination of August Arm
strong andl Charles Brown, charged some time
ago with having stol, a package of gold dust,
worth about eighty dollars, fran the trunk of
Mr. John Palmer, at No 36 Conde street, took
place yesterday, and resulted in the accused be
ing sent before the Criminal Court under bond
of $500 each.
Ccrrrsi.--Frangois Gannor is under arrest
in the Third District for getting up a row on
the l~ree, between Enghien and Port streets,
and cutting officer liart in the hand with a knife, I
when that individual attempted to arrest him.
's.-- 'rta is...hmen t made a
grand parade though the streets of the city
yesterday afternoon. The procession was headed
by Dan's band of music on horseback, playing
" Jordan :" the elephant and camel, ponies,
mules and performing horses were strung out
after, and the whole.line concluded with a big
banner announcing " Uncle Tom's Cabin---every
night." This reminds us that " Uncle Tom" has
been enjoying a great run' here, and is well
deserving a the patronage it receives.
Soruntec MUsEum.---The singular phenomena
known as the Carolina Twins are still at the
Museum. They can be seen daily, and also a
great number of other curiosities.
THE MAYORALTY.-A number of warm, per
sonal and political friends of Doctor David J.
Rogers have desired us to announce him as a suit
able candidate for the office of Mayor. Dr. Rog
ers is a well known citizen of Now Orleans, and
we have no doubt would ably and fully perform
the duties incumbent upon the office, were he
elected.
The attention of buyers is called to the sale
of Foreign and American Dry Goods this day,
by Vincent & Co., at their Sales Rooms, No.
48 Bienville street.
LIAYtrdyMrnQinO . March 10, a I o'clock FREDERICKa WIL
pe-tfully invited to atteud hit uneral from the ream-ence of his fath* r
l-Iw, E. . E. Parkr, No. 13 Junia itret,. THIS MORNING, at 10
o'clock.
RUPTURES CuRED.-Sherman's Curative Pa
tent Trus and Rapture Remdy is a relif and comfort and curtain
gularntee in the cure of al Ruptures. To scare a good it, apply to
the prop-rtor'' e.t. blhmeint, 10 S. Charles :ret, and inquire for
Dr, She,ma, . For frther parc.,lars, se ad.,. tilement am thiny
page, or apply to the melr for , dsenriptttv parmphlct, febYK 1)
Arrivals at the Principal Hotels.,-.... KMarch 10.
ST. CIIARLES.... We Hall and lady, H Tremnelt, I
Gillert og; R J Brandon. Miss E R Brando. Mr and
Mire L Bary, Mr and re Trase. Mrs Lion. MI Adiol,
I R Leeand lady. J Isham, P Wagner. J Starvens
and lady T H Stephens, Mies E O Steptoone D W
Wheeler, drs Baker. Van Wagsnen, C iHeilshanm, II W
Small, F Gallictn and child, J Thompson,W N Thomp.
son N Y; CS I8 Hunt. Dr Carrier, W Hobbs and lady. A
W Osgood, E Buchlar and lady. J Gour, R Nelfedno
Oo; M lMarlaanee. N Napcleon Italy; T B Coeloid and
aIndy Ill; W R Miee. N C Watson La; C CGie, T W
Malone, J Guile, A Boullmet. R Quimry. T T IIarrel
W 0 Winlton. 0 Gray. J h McGehee Ala; A L McGill
lady and child. C B Newa Wm Bride Mise; W B O'Neal
M C Jones. S Shambinger Tex; 0 IIenry, J It Andrell
Tee: Dr O larke N O; I A Sweet Win: G Rooa Spain;
TAverris Menxico; N It Rona, RbeertIolanen Hlam
burg.
VERANDA....J P Walwortb,J L Goosech. N F Clarke
Miss I Sterret. L Woodrulff, J S Saott. R R Caldwell
R Lombert. DMyers. G L Lrestersaml. JJ Gyson, II
' Jarvis. W E Elam La; W Richmonad and family,
L Barry and lady On: B Bruce. W G Ireland Mexic;
J O Lobdell, I G Forey Mics; N J Tidwell, B Brad
ifrd and lady. Miss Bradford, W S Wilkins and lady
Mo; Mr and Mrins J B Smith Md; J 0 Bellingslen and
lady, 2 children and servt, Miss N E Bellingslin Md;
N O Lyman, Mrs Lyman and servant N Y; E W Hal
ton, 11B F hilds, T Hackean and lady. G E Warren
Mrs Warren Va; II Layon. W Woodall. H O'Neal. .J
J Cox. W lHudson Ala; IK R Power Teon; J B Doug
las do; T Ii Fowler. H D Coons Ky; J II Kenzie and
lady: Mich; Sauona, Mass.
CITY.... Button Tex; J J Jones Coast; J D Mloore N 0;
SCollins La; A A Monteirn Va; H Il Lull Fla; W C
Newcomb N Y; N B Wills La; M Simmons Tex; C H
Adamson and lady Ark; V B Chllds, E Douner N Y:
II H Calrruth. D T Wemple La; P Longstaff. A Mor
rison Eug; W C Moore Do; R Creanne. Miss Voorhiec.
L M Yoorhies Miss; i Manlsey lty; J Maynard, Wtn
Crawford and lady, J MMnastej, La.
ST. LOUIE....Jno Moeey and lady, Mane; S J Hally,
Mr Day. N Y; F H Illarwood, O Hiarwood, Wieconsin;
W D M Howarnd. wife, child, anurse and servanut, Cal
fornia; Mr. Hunter. Natchez; A W Dunbar, wife,
child and servant. J P Walworthn. Mr Siverly, Mrs
Siveriy, MIr and Mrs L Lenten, Miss Mary Burlestor,
lMia Martha Burleston. Miss Mary Fairchild, Miss
Rosa Pattersnon, Mrs Mary Erwin. Mr and Mrs J Mel
vin, Mir and Mrs B OMcCown, W B Shearer, J M1
Watson, Thos Morrison, Miness; Col Uampton. two
daughlters. two grand daughters and ervants. Dr A
J Grern, S C; Mr ad Mrs Jack Hagan, N 0; Mr and
Mrs 11 Foster. daughter and servant, Moble ; Mr J
Chnroon and serevant. Mlrs Paetteson, Mies PaFrtn. Mies
Higgins, St. Louis; W Ilnbbs jr and lady, Boston ; J
B Cowfl,ld and lady. T P Hawthorn. Ili; Robert 0
Oakley. England; J1 B Smith and lady, Baltimnore : L
A Gaudet and servant, La.
AIRCADE....E 0 Hundlry, Ark; J Collins. J E Chiles,
La; R B Gary, Mi ; S 11 Griffin, M B Kran. La;
J IdArton. Mobile; P Lambrrt. C Lambert. Ark:
J H Riygold. N 0; J Doyle. ,Missouri ; Wmr Stewart,
lir ; J Ogle. La; J D Burch.. Mis; KR B Mldrum,
Ill; Wm F and J Shutze, St. Louis; 1 Onodwin.
Iii; J,hn M Gr~long. A L Brwn. Igie ; J G Brumby,
do ; OGerge II iuthrrlin. James Stewart, La; Jamesrn
Backers, T J Edwards. La; J T Edgerly. La; B
McMoilan. Texr;: JJ J ives. WmC Lary. Texen:
It W Worthington, Mo; B F Reynolls. J Ilughee,
Misc; Thoe 8 Burbank. La; JIs Charpel. Texas; 1'
MlcDnI ald. La: Ilram Bneatty. La.
Lottu tna State Jledical Society.
t h.Tm ' rh h Aoonnl S- - . ro" L, ,LL , .« Sucl, ty .,It o. heh, in
Sth , MeNtal C olleg, on M 9ONDAY, the 131h insetat, at 19 o'lo-k,
t A full attendance of ]I .mher., an," the Profess'on generall!, is
r iet O D E.r D. FERNNER,MI. D, Pre, dent.
1'. EI9CG9IRSON, M. D., RAr9riin9 SScret9ry. my. 10t
Linens Ltnerts I Linen I
GIQIELE & JAMISON,
N9. 1S CIIAR RCES STREET,
Hj-ve1just roceivida sp LidL.n r.rtmnt.ofI LINEN GOODS,wx
.ca IR ISII LINENS, fr., m 56 to 43 * per iNece.
SSuperfine LON G LAWhNS.
S.. Rd'. Eyn DIAPEIRS,
1 .. Hncklauek DIAPERS.
4 11- FrIS ch Linen SHEETING.
4 it-J itarnelr y Linlu St EE TING.
9 PILLOW CASE LINENS.
LIN EN TOWELS, blu- ani red 9 hrd9red.
1 H UCKABACK TOWELS.
R .. LINEN NETTINGS, or 'aer.
L6dos. 1l C HAENDKERIC1IIFFS',(,m $1 to $1A per dozCn.
2'.." PRINTED LINEN CAIMBIRIC, fur Drc.s.l.
150 dos. FRENCH LINEN SHIRTS, al *ites and prices
A fSe 49ort9entI of SPRINIG AND SUMMIIER GOODS.
Cm-r All the LINENS,.re of our own IMIPORTATION, And are
w.rrnted pore. GIQUEL & IASIISION,
nlh8 plw 1i Chartres ,eet.
- ---Hair Dye .dgency.
r U C I O N . ,rsrt.C , S. (l,9rl9. ul, C ,n! trteN,.99, 9 l,9
Agent9 fr IPIHAION'iA. nd [AETCHELOR'S Il IR DYE.
FrSlt Eit INVOICES I,.CEIlTFD DI EVIORY SCEAMER.
PIIALON'S INVIGORAI'OP, CI.IREIIUGCIS AND BARRY'S
71 t';OeIII.EOUS.
t"mrS'Slld WR,,ead It0ll. ,,rt G I VN'S,
.. . .9 6 .,, C, ,..r St :'..,rle, ,,. d c.2,2 '!.'2 :"r:'+r .
Lamlinriated Steee Guuns.
as * Iplond'd a,+ortmrnt f tu thunequaled of r;'+ of r I" S, now
oler:nmg. C.rt:fcte' of their elpnrior Shonol og `lr. peru¢., AY(.r nll
other delrlpl tn lf Gunl, ra. l e c erfu9lly ahown to thE9 Ij9.h'ng
to purrhnlal F :e Guns.
The Adveru1 er i aunth srul t refer to mnne.rous por9 ,n. of diltinc
tioo a h e o a pur ha**d GUnlls of' this der rlption from him.
FI 'or ele, Whalsaleand IRtsil, at U N '8,
. h . 6 . .l Corner _t. Charles andl Canal ,.-lt U.
Pertrlan flair O11.
5E A IeASh Iupply of th w,1,l known OIL, 9u9 .5r9ueqal for prmolt
lop thie growth Af the lb IR. J9994 receivd, and f9 r sale+ by
IIYDE 9 GiOODRICH,
Cuomr Camll and Rnvvl etteet %
m ih r Jp lS S ui of the G oL tem PJl - n.
J.. Benrj. Chandluer,
COLLECTOR.
NOTES, BILLS, IIOUSE RENTS, cA.,
EOtrice ,t CORSON & ARMSTRONGs'S, 59 Cmp 9 trect.
ti. ' glai, oou from / t+ 1'4., at, lruin y tO 5 .
"a tiie.re9n9ce-H. T. LSnsdl,., J. LnSdis & Co., and Cormn a
Anstrong. . mho4 I ylma'p
.ity Blank of i;octhran S Co.
83 CGump t-et.t.
I-- NOTICE--Front and aft, r ',l dat, fIX PER I:NT. INTER
EIG iT p'ERCENT. NT'F:RE. , r r:,id E19 ,ny,, left f1r n1y s9l, .
and tl,..
CERTIIFI 'AlES OF DEPOI 1TS i--I, if d99 irod, hear991 th, ,aln
,at., oe ltenr.lt, rad n agou:lhl, In Iusy of the Ca nllnnavlc l C·tre. or tL.
Unteld Statr·.
SIOItT LOANS mal9 ,.n Unlouhed C(.ll9tvrls. . mhl9 1p
)' Messrs. EDITORS CRESCENT : We author
H , vo,+ ts. nun Be DR. DAVIID JOHIIN I(I ERS 41 r ault9 al« Cn
didart, 'r the irXtla o NIAYOR or the CIa) Id Sew timrh,, t the wl.
Srolhmg ]lhmicleal Elaction L[ ] )N. hluti
Y ET NURSE WANTED, at 135 Plrytnia
S• tr.lt. enre r of Ma-lhll I
A'NTED-By a young American Lady,
V' Eh '' 9,, gi9 99l Nt 9 re9omme9ld9tin-, a SITUATION L
S HEAMISTRESOl n peerae I She wold h.an no hi9e.9lu to
Its n1g . hxrg of ohld-henor ruai.hg. Addi re1-.1 thl. Of¢h,.
ulisa lw A. A.
Fltt It.:- Staok N rTS ee Y"0 r .a.- o x is h to r O ,ale, :
1 - . Mlain rt Pk.F - ..".................. .......... BLA K ROY.
Jhn tH9ll9rS ,."tr l g ..1... ........ . . AYE
a.9h9y1 F N er'y 19. .m ....... ........ .........J E SON MAID.
tWFSaOo, RI,--rPuro 9 ll--4e9t thrE e i iN. t9,E h 9 rns :
S. 9H. 9. n 9 r I 1....................... .......S I.A EP TAIl
Jei " I. E flet. sh. h. .......... ..... .........." . Et iC.% bI.
tar F~ atl it-r - to e ma ofa nt n'rlork ; Brocd eee at ir.
1'. S I' 99 C -rHolh C- welIo fer,95 I9p9.Alt , s, h1Sl hur fot
4 9 ,-. [9,9.1.] JAMES L. E.9CI'. C5n'r,,2+or .
SAFFLE-Raffle of a fine TROTT INOG
Il,,RSE, ii y..r" old, troutrg his m In r thre,...+.
m 9r.Sa9., I949.g+I; 9.lA9d94 9 , hvre, at f,. aS,,. to b.,
Rn .al wheni as l tkt chaurcer«r t "kLn andi pld for. Tha Helle ct
b...e,. al ebu re..tird at th. S .I'.. ofA
IT Hll li IR b OS. wLLIOTg, U pon tteet.R
-9l t I t*L'ECh.k, t Sramthe PSdrEA.MarkEt, t.OR
RFL OIh).-E brmade, I'. ' . on th. l"hf· inulhlr. H adr J nd
e n ,t ,Hantt)' taUble St_. A i,,lr,'wstrt . Ftltlh Drn1"n";- III 11i"
i LGtgOL--9 bblo+ to close an Invoice, for
I ..I Io., tI A. DSLAGRAVE a CO.,
lnnll 7i YAu..inl t i.
WHISKY-2.-" bls. _Raw, -ig h proof,
hmdmg l, um m.t-tmbo.t Grand Tuk Fl - 1i. by
_..l .. j" usmtt LANDIS y CO. 13 Ttpite.ol- ·1.
t ANDLES-600 boxes Star. For sale by
V mhi. JOSEPH LANDIS & , CO,41 T9hnnp.da9.,9 0.
4 uHitSKY--100 bbls. Flether's Extra. For
.l by9 JOSEPI9 LANDIS & LO.,
mtL u1 lehoa44ul4 i1eK.,
French .,Xoueautses
D. P. SCANLAN & CO,
No. IA Chartres street,
Be leave to IRm the Lades that they will have open on BATUR
DAY, te lltlIs taHt, mEt compline and Iselect . ortmt of
PARIS NOUPRA ITRS, FOR S.RMMER,
of their own importation, r.elved by sauner ida New York. Thes
*n.I.t In part of the n.ewestylesl of
PLAIN AND FLOUNCED ORGANDIES;
BAREGES, JACONETS, SILt MUSLINSI;
CRAPE DR PARS AND GRENADINES; such b
CAMAIEN, POMPADOUR, VALERIA, DONNA MARIA, etc.,ate.
AA FlS Sa. ecthn oIf
PLAID, STRIPED, AND PLAIN GLACE SILKS ;
GUIPURE wad HONITON SETS ; EMBROIDE RIS I
LACES, RIBBONS; FLOWERS;
KID GLOVES, OF ALL SIZES;
SATIN GLOVES, WITH AND WITHOUT CUFFS.
.... *we ....
A Splendidl Aertmentof Ladies' nd Mi.,es' SUMMER BONNETE'.
60 ~.-c.Amtee-ý.l 60
NEW WORKS ON POULTRY.
THE POULTRY BOOK-Comprising the Charaeteristlt. Manlge
l,Rent, Breeding, u Medical Treatment or Poultry, bing the re
sualt of per al obervation, and the prAetl of the baot breed
r. ited by Ra. W. Wingfo.ld and I. W. Joha.on, E.q.,
with ¢Alresd reprbAontatiuns of hu moat e.lbrat PIie Sirdl.,
drawn from life, byMr. HrrisEn 'Weir.
MINERS NDOMSTII; POILTRY 0OOK-A Treatise on the His
tory, Breding, nd GeneOrl Ianagement ofa Foeign ad Duman.
iUc Fowls. By T. B. Miner, Author of the Ameriasn BRaookkeeper'
Manal, and Edior of the Northern Farmer--illustrated by oume.
roupraite from i.
BENNETT' POULTRY BOOK-A Trealise b Breeding and Gen
erl MI..emet of DlomesNci F1wI*.
DIXON & KERR'S ORNAMENTAL AND DOMESTIC POULTRY
1 Ilunttd.
II[NER'I BOOKKEEPER'S AIASUSL.
BE BREEDING IN TIlE WEST. y Tho. Ameck.
IV. Fr W. by
J. rB. STEEL,
n.h9 gtpllW E CRamp street.
Confectionery and Ice Cream
SALOON.
i The Subaudlbr h. fitted up and lopened at the Comer of CIanl
and Carondlettrelats,. an etmdove
ICE CREAM SALOON AND CONPECTIONERY,
for the nccommodation of hlA flrnde and the public generally. IIe will
keep constntlly on nani a Irge slpply of t beat of .very thing In his.
ine.,sd oliriti n share of the patsmuIsg. herebtofore bestowed n him
lt hie Old Stand, at the ebner of Royal ,ad St. Peter street.
mh3 Im2p VINCENT, Career Cnal and CaronlAlet l t
Perandah Motel,
NEW ORLEANS.
A This well known estabiehmtl, hsaving nudErgon complete r
p..as, .tc,, durig the put summer, 1' now opeVne t0he publ s.Iu
Proprie ar, grateful forplt avors ,wouldliibt the sontinuSew
'W The scommodations for Famiies are nnaurpe4d any Hot
in the South. [osS pWltf] J. W. YOUNG. pr1etor.
Sewettll T. Taylor,
NO. 15 ROYAL STREET,
IMPORTER OF
WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, etc., etc.
WHOLESALE AN mRETAIAL.
EA' Be, wllvrti..nwnt In anothe, aslnr,. dig iptf
Creme e ouzy CeDo hampagne,
JACQUESSON & FILS BRAND.
An entirely different aretcl ,om the Creme de Bouny of other brands.
q NOW LANDING, Ib, bset ol f he above and hothr b.mnd.i t
quart. ar. pinta, and will recsive, in the Fuur.e of a few days, ustile
This Woo .I.0id.dly superir to my other Chlopmap. imported
into thi. markei, as is well known hb ail who have tood JACQUtSSOs
& FlLS Brand oreher CREME DE BOUZY or FLEUR DE SILLERY
_i Also on haad, my usanl usortment of the beat WINES ar
ULQUORS in the market, wh1,h will be sold on an r.e. ouable termsa
Any other house in the city.
ann1 91.0 h SE WELL T. TAYLOR. No. 1N Rnyal street.
Consumption Curable.
BEACH'S BREAST LINIMENT
f7- NotoAoly i,e.s allthoe pnend aebs in the breit,.hdA. d and
hrvk,subdu-g the inflammation and sereneas in the cheat and thro
,hih eomnumptrve perons are liable to, bLt prarent..ntlrely the far
thee formation of tUberoles. Tile use of this almnent, with the dlrec
lions and reglnlmn given in the direction., ar mvaluahble either to per
son already aotletd wnh the d.eias,., or t any way predispoled to it.
The principle of thin treatmeet is ferndeal upon the latest aud new
.vletitte opinions of all the iimn-t medical men of the day. anl eao
not hat be approved of.
Forale by E. D. BEACH, SM. D., Chemast and Apothecary, cortr
of Chartres and Custom Hfeus* setra, THOMAS RANKIN, corner of
Poydraa and Campstreet,and J. SY IE, corner ot Cennal nd Caron-.
Jroodman's Extract of Jamaica
(INGEC R
Ielaborately prpared front arefully se.lrcl artele.. of the I bat
quality; it :,,resw in n aonceraed lfrm .ll th. valuable propertlis
Ofth, Jamnpe O.mgr, ain . wrran'ed to b, fren from all hratlt
or other properties of n injuriours t,,dency.
It s h ren edr lui r to the wreues of h.oat anld cold, and is at allt
ima. b-neciasl, when gent.e .e an sml.ulatmg iuflO eces are re
q-I.d. Iats IlmuMt property b'iug .odei -ldetf of alcohlic pweri
is effect ms a frequent remdly eral n vr be dreane.l. Weili
ilreogtheAd rlrs.he. theA debiitOAted in th, lumser s-,one , it i
not Il potent dur.iog the in0l IL r.y ' f wnlter, by -r1 -ng with it.
hea:thful tonic princple, ant unabin, the sylste torestthe La nfluuaces
al nepaent dbulse, whimh hl,k in a hanging clthrats. No family
bholf be withou. i., and Iby tra.elers on long j.oryi,. or by ts, i I
_,ll! be fountd invaiuabe. SlN by
JARVIS & WOODMAN,
11. MIIW&Stp d &W9wl Corner of Ommon and Manine stre.
Dlurd's Hair Restorer.
r1 wil glr.ntee to t'ore lalir o.,. .Id Heads with my
INFALLIBLE lAIR RESTORER,
fry n cam that oty) beP .reed unt), an i u moren demanded until lhb
AIR IS I'iODUAEI). Tb.. prrpratoio hals be.n thorlghly
Iel.n.. nd the reanlls halve ben suth, that I have no hellatiaon hl
l.,akig th. I.,,o prop,, i ln. Io has been ein.n1 y soe-etul I
S.iaOg th,1 ltr lo l rol. iy !r, ui.e of thei RESTORER, Gray ,r
,Vl.lw Har will glal ally osan--n Itt orglnalcolor.
FOIR TIHE TOILET
It hras no r""pl. Ot Is highly I-rlnfm-d, and inparts the fragrance o"
th. rwae'. DIhghtrnl Flowers ; it glues th. Ietr .t rich, |of , glo..y anml
helthy ap laranee v,-' rolent ,. att.in.;d bynyny o.er arts lo. I ..
dl",,lf you wl o to pr--re niler iuzultant tress. to the latesl
Ifrtodof lfe, 3you will never lbe withbot tL RESTORER, It is for
sale by Druggists and C'ountry edehat in i ar eof the Union.
W. C. HURD, Sdbe Proprietor, N.e York.
IARVIS & WOODMAN, Agent, New Orieos.
O. o. O )DSMAN, Agent, Vektburg.
nP6 PdpTFA S d9,,9t
Dr. Davis's Compound Syrup of
WILD CHERRY AND TAR.
.!,hI en lde nrialled end -nlurpsed a, the meat efeotaal urantiv of
TeTnRyg, of tnEl in the U ino.d State, d Fo'ooywhiOh t .me it lute
I:e pre.m neat merit in ell parts of the country, an the great and only
IELIABLE REMEDY in the worst easeo of Pulmonary Di.eas- , and
the beat crlov on: all the light forlme of Cold., Coughs, and I Aflomrm
tan that can pos~bly bL used. For Whooping Cough it hba no equal.
SPITTING OF BLOOD.
ThAl frightful symptom of approwhm, Con.lmlption is spee,1,y
e.ecrkd n Iro,r nted .y the up . of Dr. Dav~i's Compound Syrup a
Wltd Cherry and Tar, wich, healI the a e-ed uembranI,and restorer
those vital organs, the Lunge, to a so, Idd he lthy condit.oo.
REMEMBER THIS.
PAIN IN THE SIDE,
Th a diatresenl1 system of C nlnmntitnn a, wle from In ammallon o0
the Longg, or the membrane eall,.d the Pluurn, or !rorn bronchial af
T of h Air In .er caNe, it t vry dangerus ind
1calnofdnlsele. TDhAILY,acof thr )ptom shuld e r Lmovedt
0o. sd 'tninlolg ran posaiblyoffat that object no ,peedily And hap
pIlly a I)r. Dav,e', COmpou.ii Syrule of \Vd.l Cherry and Tar.
S dal wholepaui and retal by
J. WJRIGIp. t CO.,
MADTONIC ALTERATIVE EXTRACT OF.N
t P. E. J. Cox , No. I Camp streetOR.
O Re p ctfull v on. r. hr nuruiee to the Ladile of New onrles.. im
the trs tn8nt of the following dmanea." PROILAPSUST UTERI
IITER ANDROUSE OINTM PAIFUL MENSTRUATION, IN
'oetr1a tment aoliStd bPy er is that Ehh he- met Ehe -rnalu
tha. ioetdim nllt.i d aurig. p ol PKp ris. Lonn r. d w Y Chandl; er,
It nuiu S here, of wh P . she has impl L tSatiolAy, aLd the ma~I
rap,.t leKNdieA PhP Lca refer .do.l atel htermtnyiupgthn.t ll lpe'
of the Uterus, not of a eanoeronu nature, an nt eared.
,Fsi:.m P. In,votEa .iroel ,Irll*euvety to thB e dieRDee of LUldi9t, t,
c.an Ie ond: Reld DA!LY,.at herrtSdSnre.,
It 711 :ptf 178 8I. Joaseh street.
Sarsaparilla.
TONIC ALTERATIVE EXTRACT OF.
i1S 'rapnitl only by
DR. es J. COeEs,
No. 95 :AMP STTREET
Tirt atrrrgo t l r.prtlotn mlnls, which ii dulAIy EFrd for the
CURE OF BDISEASES OF TIIE LV .L and GI NERAL OIIERANEI
PgN'r, .ith DEBIIILITY of the wIIP, ,E S5I'EW.
E T. be ial at No. CI Camp etreet, .nd of D, ugle. gner-.,
Dru .gs, M c medis laOnd hemis aRto*
D)r. E. J. Cox, No. 9R5 Camp street.
1 D 1R. E. J. COXETS PREPARATIONS, ,n attntive use',
hearty fifteen 'evar, hove by their mtiuerln merta aqlruired a r euffs'
uWnrpncEd i f qlv.l ES in *bmilar oon, TnndO Itke North,
Ia:.TIERN CE)UGII E SWRUP.
M AN EN 7 CUREB OF THE 418I.E3
r FTO, a der hv Dr,:gat.S T, Rraliy. j1> Sipt[
BiraygsP aistncnes, erfueuney, ei
tWThe IubTcriber ..ohI relpectluliyealll to n tonufl"n
'lanwre, ihPhsiauaand Famnilies to hs well nunrted .tork
enmprtlsmk ewery artive In I him hoe of bUataeae all ot which, tn
nxnlnm tlot~ wll be foemd FRESH ANDGE.NUINE. During
+ason, SODA WATER AND MEADof the vu- bestyqollit..
,H Ian f,,und a .t tl; ie stabllnhnwnt, wtth M[i the pope'tr 3lnsrel W'ain.
aeh.aCt)NGRFAS, Irl.t'E LICK .te. use. B.rgR.m. au ]pied
nlsnahli term, with PUIRE HONEY; ESSENCE PEPPP.1PNIN
GOULEY BSITTERSetc. THiOMAS RANKIN
apl daWlvia Dr,..ut and AWlho~ery'.rr, Camv nd Pogyd....U.
FF. AF. Knapp " IU. S. Chandler,
DENTAL SURGEONS,
1114 COMMON STREET,
(Oprotlte the Private FI,,,sor r f the Bt. Charled Hotel.)
WF F. l. KNAPP having had more than twenty years' practice -
hie pofeniten, and being nseeM",ted with Dr. CtA NDLEII, n ¢evtlmen
of akdla.ed ezperinnrn, to eumtidont they can plesel all who nay holom
them with their p onaO... jan l da Wi
(Charles E. Keels,
1t10 enal 91d aoor frent Boan .t. N.O.
Cam ARTIFICIALI TgrE PII lose, d in the be. -
sonar. Dr.K, wtlererfto ern.lano ealrln o or Partal rota
which for BKAUTY, UTtIT1 YANDCOMdFOR TOTHE WEAREI·
rooane b- *.ttlled. aSi 9r
CGA-R,- MEXICAN AND PLANTATION
TOBACCO--The ot-,ibershae ronstantly on hand .t d ,
cola, in lute to ait lareha.., CUBA. I{.VAV&, FLOKRIrA. MAC
$SON COI"TN Y, KE.TUCK, 1E'NFSSEEg, ·ad ]OSSOUR,
WRAPPEBS 1 OII.I.P RS . Alto TOBACCO IN H(G-HEAD,
AND SLX.B, selected front the met ran Merketl In for IPlntatioC
L'a. TURNER t RENSHAW,
as Camp trot wd 430 .Tchpitul. Itrge,
STOBArccO BA I.D TV OD.ER. el iyun,
bsftsnet Jaha r, fTphnoteery
GENERAL HOUSE F. NI8hNG STORE,
. MALLARD67 ROYAL TRET.
Has in e.r and for I.RSIAc Ronewood and Mahogany Parlor, Din
l Bg-Ro. . J.d.Room FURNITURE.
V.lIot, BRmEt Th,...ly, Igrain and V,.AEa CARPETING.
Whilt., Ch.,k.d, .7dFn.cy MATTING.
Ll..h and Wool.. CRUDM-CLOTHS, RUGS, MATS, BAIZES AND
STAIR RODS.
TABLE AN6'PIANO CVEiS ; TAIS CLOTHS and NAPRKNS;
LAMMPACETTR, SOCATRLLE, ARDAMbASK, for C.rt.ine.
CHINA, GLASS, CUTLERY, PAPIER MACHE, BRONZE, SILVER
AND SILVERPLATED WARE.
CLOCKS. LAMPS, VASES, FANCY CHTINA AND BOHEMIAN
GLASSWARE, LOOKING.-LASSES, tc.
.... JUST' RC ..r' .....
A ompl.e auortment of LM.And Ml*nR CurtlIL, Painted Window
s·hdes, Cormiea, Loops, Ta.nes, Fri-g. Gip. Ie., All of whic'
will bAe oered at wry low pri'. P. MALLARD,
whe(ttp 17 Royalnd Bo Uien.vllle stretL.
ieuase Furnishing Store,
73 and 75 CAMP STRERT.
W Th. Su.bribea are daily rnceivinlg fr addtloeI to their tIrte
wad " lal ·oek, eompriled in whiLh A o
QUEENSWARE, GLASS nod CHINA WARE;
BIRMINGHAMS WAjl
RICH CHINA VASES, and
FINE SILVER PLATED WARE;
PARLOR and HALL LAMPS
.and GIRONDOLES ;
RICH TEA TRAYS and WAITERS, insetl or itgle ;
FINE TABLE CUTLERY .nd
HOUSEKEEPINI HARDWARE,
ENAMELED and SOLLOW WARE
BRITANNIA PLANIS IED TIN a.d JAPANNED WARE;
WOODEN .nd WILLOW WARE;
FEATIER DUSTERS;
BRUSHES, of .11 kind.;
PAPER HANGINGS .ad DOOR MATS;
WHITE, CHECK and FANCY MATTING:
WINDOW CORNICES, CORDS and TASSELS
CURTAIN BANDS and CURTAIN PINS.
SPIRIT GAS, NERARoPI7;O;
SPERM. LARD .,d WHALE OIL.
af·me 9ae MILLER. HARRIS A WALDO.
To House-keepers
1W The ata.utlon ofCitueae and StrEagers vi.lting the City, i1 par
ticularly ralled to the vari ed nd plndld stook of
HOUSE-FURNISH INO GOODS,
at the t.e. of the under.tgsned, which are now being offered at emch
R RF (CR N PS TINS
A to reader it reatly Is le A dntg of purrh.rs to all and exa
mine them. Among their .eor trunt may be found-
RICH DCORATED CHINA, DINING, TEA AND TOILET SET ;
PLAIN WHITE CHINA, DINING. TEA AND TOILET SETS;
SILT AND WIETE CIIINA, DINING, TEA AND TOILET SETS;
EARTHENWARE, DINING, TEA AND TOILET SETS;
RICH CUT GLASS BOWILS, PRESERV DISIIES, DECANT
ERR, ETC., ETC.
RICH CUT RLASS WINES, TUMBLERIS, SALTS, ETC.
SILVER-PLATED CASTERS, WAITERS, CAERCE.ASEETO;
SILTER-PLATEE CANDLESTICES, SPOONS, EORRS, ETC.;
SILVER-I'PLATED WAITERS, IOTTLE.STANDS, ETC.;
KNIVES AND FORKS, JAPANNED WAITERS;
WoOSEN WARE, TIN WARE;
ANDIRONS, FENDERSIHIVCELS AND TONGS :
COOKING STOVES AND CAST IRON WARE GENERALLY ;
LAMPS OF ALL KINDI, ATiD CIIANDELIERS;
B.*hlW a variety of Artiles ne-sry, to .1 HOUSE.KEEPERS, too
numerou to L naumed in nm adver-nt. -, t.
B. IIROWEIR & CO.,
0fl17 1n.,p I T Camp .tret, opp.s.lt the Ciy HIotel,
Silverware .WManufactory,
CORNER OF CANAL AND ROYAL STREETS.
STe TrO.r .,e. have now on hand, and are ,o;,stultl;y receiving
from thlir faItrtu in the .Ivt),
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF SnVERWARE,
of .hr rirhert end newest pttt.rn., su.h . :
PLAIN AN D CHASD COFFEE A ND TEA SETS;
COFFER CUPS AND SAUCERS;
CAKE BASKETS;
PITCTHERS;
WAITERS;
CASTORS ;
DECANO ER STANDS,
ARD RECERVERS; N B S ,
POWDER ITIXEAS;
O PUNCH OWLRS:
R RTERS CO; SOP LER;
PTU CITLE;RS;
PURE SILVVER.
T EST IS ELSENT,
OIL eaT TeBOXE eth.
CANDLESTICKS;
NAPKIN RINGSoBLEWS
PS.TEETH,
In h ddtU0 to our m ul l large stok of U S.
FORKS: SPOONS;
CRUM1y SCRAPERS; FISH CARVERS:
PIE, CAAEFISH, DEISERT and PICKLE INIVSS;
All or Chih are warranted of
PURE SILVER.
[ Foreala by IIYDE & GOODRlICH,
at their E- FSTS'ABI.ISH. ENT,
Beautiful Teeth.
' CIIATTEL.AT'S GOI.D .MSDVL OI'(ATE. D.eN'TIFRIC, -11
.pee liyre11ven1 all Tartar end D~rolh,rantln troam the TEETH, pro
durme at the samle time " doliglttl ully iweet nild fregro t llr, h.Lh I[
imm, diately removm thl. nhboxrlt, flvor ,F Tobhaorn ,r hedlain,.*.
cm Sold Wholesale and Rt.$a,, at O U 10 N' S,
m!1, ,.p . Corner 9, s: harl.,,, !d .r.a .. . te,,,:
To .Dentists.
l31'I aAt rAAeiA.A.lA nw aend r.aIrelly a 'eI] Strk Io JONi:S'
WHITE. and cCURD/'S UEI.ERATED PORCELAIN TEES N.
A OompAt as.ortment If DENTAL TOOLS AND MATERIALS.
For sale at mlnoufat-ur .a prtcee, by
HYDE A GOODRICO,
Comernr Canal and Ronal street,
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs
AND SHIRTS,
AT S. N. M OODY'S.
IINEN CAMBRIC HANDKLRC HIEFP, AT TWENTY-FIVE
CENTS, READY HESIIED. Aother luge mavow, jat r
celved, eq l wthe Ih a IA lot.
H.S.LF DOZEN EXICELLENT" SIIIRTS.
FOIL NINE IOLLARS.
8. N. MOODY,
CORNER CANAL STREET,
_eh'l9P ptf and En.haong Pla.e.
Fbrunary 16, 1854.
WINTERI CLIOTHING, AT (:OTT, FOR CASH.
Aro From thisawawll oer nur Entre Stork of
WINTER CELOIHING ANDI FURNISHING A;OODS AT THI
ACTUAL ('OST PRICE.
Every Ariecl 11ill b. marked o plain figurAe, from which no des, ia
.ion wdl be made.
Gentlemen repieniehiug their Wardrohe wIll and thts an unl oal
opportumty fteo d o s ith
UIIPERIOR GOODS AT A VERY SMAII COST.
DealO r ro ,a vte, L, give a call, as we haLve some aAtiolA that we
il: job ofifere UNDER COOP.
TIOMIPSON, NIXON & CO.,
Als9pEt No. 19 C.ip streS , appo :l- City l oti .
A'orrls 01 IWay,
CLOTHIIERS,
Corner CAMIP and COMMON STS., (olaer the 1ity Hotel.)
la Iiave jnet r, eelwd, and are n-to opening their uma l
NERS d A1) 87 l/llOR /OR AlAA TMIAlp T OF CLOTHIIA N.
Ther stoe ofGENTLEIMEN'S FURNISHIIAG GOODS bmg Avry
lar and E aplete, they are prepar, d to faI mih their friends and the
pbhe gonerlly with every
ARTICLE OF APPAREL
PERTAINING TO A GENTLF.IAN'S SWARDROBE.
E.inAgconantly m reeP q,t I of the la testNOVELTIES by evryr ri
valfrom the North, thle w l lnatain nthr ghout the .amon a CO1.
ALETE ASSORTAIEN.T
NORRIS & WAY,
fAls 9dptf under the CITY HOTEL.
First in Fashion.
TIHE JULLIEN HAT,
D'ARCY & CO.,
M AN U' AC T U I E II ,
AND D.EALERS IN PANAMA AND bTIRAW GOODS.
IWTOTI L. L: C: A NI BOA'7 IL.
1M Aucrtment rAIpAete.
febt dptf N*. 1 CHARTRES STREET.
A Slats, CaOups, et,
-- AT W ISTS. .
L(.;II UR,ASS3TOLBE, \ rCIY OLSTITRAW,PAL1 L k
lyla todsW atrtr T h ( . 10 31tasment'rel
Boots, Shoes and Ilroganas,
AC WROS ESA LE,
sormrf lo ROTS, SHOES, fROGANS, HATS,
-. Pn ls,.oupplid Irth prime RESELT BROGANS, WIOOL
MEICAN, PALM LEAP,STRAW end CAMIPEACHY HATSB,q
the I.owet mr-kleprioe.,b,
,11 rNl* W PESOT ArCO. ICS 1,.i..a .t.,.;.
The .)'ew Orleans Printing Iloso.e,
A NEW AND HOME ESTABLISIIMENT,
SECOND FLOOR OF No. 08 CAMP STIIEET,
(Butw0 en Poydrs and Natches.)
Prpnra, W SCOTT SIIERMAN,
EDWAR.D C. WHIIA.TON'.
~W At h.l Eat nbliehment are executed CHEAPLY, NEATLY and
EXPEDITIOUSLY, all kind of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
IN ENGLISII, FRENCH JANI) SPJINISIH,
.... e n as ....
BOOKS, DAY, CASH and ORDER ROOKS,
PAMPHLETS, SILL, RECORD AND INVOICE
LAWYERS' BRIEFS, BOOKS, tc.
BLANKSFORPUBLIC OFFICES, DIARIES,
NOTARIAL BLANKS, SALES RECEIPTS,
CUSTOIM-HOUSE BLANKS, OTTON PRESS RECEIPTS,
INSURANCE OFFICES do. STEAMBOAT BILLS,
COUNTSINGI I)USE do. ISHOP BILLS,
BANK OFFICERS' do. STEAMBOATAND STEAMSIDP
FIREIGN IMPORTERS' do. POSTERS,
CI[ECKS, STEAMIBOAT CARDS,
CATALOGUES, BUSINESS CARDS,
BILLS OF EXCIIANGE, SILLS OF PARE,
DRAFTS, WINE LISTS,
NOTES, DRUGGISTS' LABELS,
BILLS OF LADING, IIAND-BILLS,
MANIFEST HEADS, FIREMEN'S CERTIFICATES,
CIRCULARS,L ER ALL AND SOIREE INYITA
JOURNAISadLLEDGORS, TIONS, ..LE R
A ' PRINTING IN COLORS. 's
BALL AND SOIREE INVITATIONS, BILLS OF FARE, etc.,
.... P ra n a· I ....
GOLD, SILVER, CRIMSON, ETC.
- We haeE peculiar fIEcltitis for RULING and BIIDING.
I We have jut receired chbic. stock of FANCY EMBOSSED
and COLORED CARDS and PAPER, of various eta, .sleeted witL
great e, and which we will print or dbpose of oherwiae t moderteS
P ue are ow prepared to print
POSTERS, OF LA GE DIMENSIONS,
FOR SHOWS, STEAMBOATS, STFARSHIPS,
IN PLAIN OR FANCY COLORS.
L' W. T. HOE'S POWERaad ROTARY PRESSES .Md RUGO
GLKS' PRINTING ENGINE--h. beet now i. us.
-Callad e.rmi or ipEeime .ad prices for llkid. of Ath
workaEthboSereBn . jBaBl 3p
R. B. SYKIS' AUCTION SALES.
arrwelw............»ýLlor........... tl pll·n
BY R. B. SYEiS.
rHI8 DAY, Maroh 11, at 104o 'loock. will
M nerd d Aa ~tlaa, at b a Am~m tyar. II 61 MuiaI I nt.0
" hnlf pp . SRA" DY ; 1 bhrh A.lONIM
16 hh SUGAR t 1AA q.. bos M R. RAISINS;1
1T6,g86 CIGARS ; 130I d.... HORSE 001.1.h Rig
ISO b. f t4B COFFER" 19 oa.1. BHOULDlike
it. RAIAN INTcaI ATrING; wrq.aaCLARET;
10 ti. nn11,r,. HA MS· T
10Wit, .l ORANOHO AND tSISONS
OINCANDLD, OAP AND CAWVY.,erWid
SALRATOIs, WRAPPINO, STROA' P*I'PAIeo.,at. ,mhtl
Tb ·o-Tobno b ..........." "Toneo............Toa.
BY R. B. SYKES.
k ATUIIDAY 11th inst., at 10J oclook, will
t old at hl· Alcebm Store, 61 Yyullne street, without r-riot,
b rban .o-r m~a-- sMeM oi
b., so a hu.O TobaoO., 0Oriona branh.
TTrtu. at .eo. mhit
VINCBNT & CO'8 ALES.
FeregRn rnd An.meIsa .....·......... DryGo..
BY VINCENT & CO.
HIS DAY, Saturday, March 11, at 10
a dom COTO.,N moHsO TO.
I,,,,.. 111 , ACHFD 1 NS6 ~aa A'yPR
FftsN0'llh0TTOOA0 oRtL~~nrsoo
Ra'.NCH 1'OW07Y1ADd IRISR I~t"IE i
TO.,CK MERI O 00 RLSLK ALPACCASO
A*P~Coono' 0000 .NCH DRILLINOS;
11-6 BOnpon",.t.. ______il
BONNEVAL & WILTZ'S SALES.
Fulhionhnbl Dnwrs.4kes.ansd..I..lnfr"Dr.f,.
BY BONNEVAI. & WILTZ, Auctioneers,
05a, 0 N0..66 C.Oooko Allay.
SATURDAY, March 11, 1854, at 12 o'clock,
.111 .o1d a.0ou.O ,t 00. 00. Louie lchb-ti.. o account ~f
SO0AiN,,g.0l y55eL4 0.oO E·u...Mrk, soolYsr ul coo.I~, .,l
olir.D,..,r. ry Ict.1y SAOlo0*0,d, *"1 ,oolljvrl,
.ndl~d, ad ful ly guaranteed lga ., the vice. and m A di.· proems, ,
T,,,, -Ore-hOalf 0 b, aid the h.0oat 6 moooOJ dOdit, for City
;VA,",( Sole.hstore, A. DOR(500RT, Notary Pobli,o 0th00,,
Pro. rrb. pa ebaaar. - - - - -
IH EARD, J. A. & MAY, Auctioneers, Ap
13pl, epr., H nnOrb hA-15, Now 1 - -
BACH & BRUNETS SALES. S
SINISIC's SALE.
Vsluable Iap.s.ssd Rlea Estust In CIsasI Stnes.
FL I htsls'tr.t, ssd Lt.sst. or[ ss. #1s.tr-(fSle dy
furLk s.. HI1s C'sdltso. ad the Cireoditss sf 1.
BursL, & Co.
BY BACH & BRUNET. Auctioneers.
SATURDAY, Mlarch II. 1864, at honks'
L- . le dif.oinn .tr.1 t, 1554, S 8ll os n ,. II. 1154, tk s'
I4 o'ulrr r hi., wil ho ..Id "t yplrlir .actio*, In le r annrl la .", onrr
,loostbn Ilunu Wss D. .b S.tli J .5d'S Sb 1110lo1111r irI Osst fl
Ny w (lrreny dIrd Inn.·)r 5, luVW, ·ll Ja ial a ltlt, n u IllIl r
hr· dua·.on of 1 Wernrt U1"rin, .ýnd'e ýf ri·Illrit~Ld a u :
Ieres Lst 1;.HosLk &o.. Il, the t 5 dlwin slJ.,.d ps.pso y,
,i-db s "" Ilsvent, W 555ir r511l1001 051r(
SI, sm LOTSIFTS OF 0004ROUD, with .1I the. lildlo,.r ed Os.
Ps ,,soSt.oson,.ilos sIn the q.-. bqlles m sssd by , C.omsol
nl.ooo, Fl- phIpf.s 1.5. 4.5 .I-.1ly kls d theSPI. I
IflIlos, .50 dolsssLsd s I. S. a. .5, 5,lIad sod lfl, [tr.
,,'nn osn..d "n n iIo lUr , 5 0:11i Nln As4.5lI llllSO5O 111111.5 1
u"1 an andl to nn art ut le from Ihn8w[ of l~oui~i~ux, W yl 6
F.oortrr,,I. .idOlk o-.1Iad MSy SII185'.
los Non.. a5.5 ,ol 0, _mu.-,,s..oO bolol C.ro o. ls I'hs'ips
.toolk, .od aw.nd in .sfoou ,so the boSifAllm ropertyf, Ike It'. t
Pal b in depth.
'l'i. 1 7lh.,, n ,ise hove da.diool pss.oye lum-u' othr-r
,bmioy li.tr. ..o nc. lot pso.,d brioskf.5.0.1b i .m b.-,.,.',,.
o2ss2. o . bI1 p.~s. .5t.1 5.10is s,1,ls
I. No. 555 fib,. 0 2l4de *[root nIr s.ea 11 flt 0.100 ,urnoj
Looln IS r e to PhilPpe Ilrau, md nmn in .Dorman wrt thn u+ R
ls1515npp.11 (CII, td =Is lldr, lo 1.1 Gel.tn dr0..
111 tIonl me, 5u h11f Md 1150 5 fro05 [ n Il. of IoN,. .1 .1
1 5 f I.t and , li ,d. in 55,,15151055555555115dlr 1.1 fast 1 ld5. ruin5
ur.q from R·.nolur t . P!II·IPp^ ·Irl.l· od uwneJ m romumv x, Q I IIa
soy.mmnK Pr"(+nrti, 15, fact 11 depth odo [oel".O: fsoSI o.'5S int Ns.: ,
Is No. . 51 r r,0, the nr f nI a5 ,ol '14 llOf b. f, Nlb 51,1 1sft et l
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4 o5I . yI m,.00111. 501f5et SI' inebs boot b1 I1.rodsfss1-. b
TOr ofls od.. sud sf "Sl .,.oIn odo'dLo t do nr~s II.f f 111,55,S~os.s
sl160d f.Blly ,", sI.,?l S I,.,1 i IbplP ro the dirl. cef nl Int
Nn, R9,nod 3Y et and inch,.wrde tothereroo the l~ee ds-ir g
Irmo ol '1 N .1 b4 ad 25.
I~nw, ov ae nOr . "'t. Pnorurr.-Ihe IsrrI". .· s 0f
hI. now. 6,41. , d 14 1 m,,os h.llo, fr the Dlor b1. 1.,
·nom,·r.red by - nngIqr l n the pro·ht) Id ,M "I ·I n nli
ti a t t»Itl. nrnnunt of the hrd la uln n· fBllolrio y II-ilibd 1·n
;n.en doe to ~ I l''5 1n ' of 1. . n 1 ,i.:
t llns '.1-FIntly, A I tam pmml··or note 11.1illxd hy ,,
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iS: f and e unlz O Lv 'I',.,ur*. at thei Slit n( IE.;illr(., fur the
.15 of f213 .1,0, f1
1,r yssll Illl .1 sI I
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In bIll' Iao, foIr Ishrs m0o(/1i16'. h. P'.}IF l. Fllei·CIJ I thI
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U· ··.los, ,ol:.m~an11v9 t1,1 thri to 46l44 in, osissff r .sssy Iso
th« ·t, irnt:ydnerrtbrd.
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nH: « ,f rho c7re nlr r ,"f the Sl .nt» ,,f L..\lin011 11 111 ."~I
urrrnlr ly I Fn an I o ), lll ( F nlulst orto C· u O- . 1 !aaml .
o ... n l~t ri1 r llxn lihn n ton c f nnd ,)I nn . the I.l ,1
dny t Dnrnmlr er, Ifl i, n Ir ,anon, tuK' Lwar to al u 7 "'l t..iul a' 1,
ton t ll~r note inily d".rrih""n
Sy.19. NSale or "' yw I. Chrl.9 .hurchh, 09.al.., rlr
l9endy Barrke v,. hl Credltor. and the (Credltor,
or l oendy Burke oot C'o.
BY BACU & BRUNET, Auctioneers.
SATUIRDAY, March 11, 1854, will be sold at
0[0,0hc auction , at Bnk, Ar4lde, to hfag 0 ;n tr.x *t, j e.Lo
Nun ch t. xl.l Oravler .:mat,, by ard-r of the Ilianrnblx . V ,n.,. ,.
Judge 0 ,. F ,0 Frth f.r.oct Coart a' Now 0rto ne, mi uO',a ,
dinr,,.ot0,n 'A'0 r,,k Mf,,,,,s S.n,S e of ths luulo . tI . 1,.,. ,,f
a. Burke.r. ,A oA C., th followIn" deaO b.o dd SN ok., .,
eurreolord by sd Inhotaoul o to tholr Croitir.o, *o wthom o
wnrral ty or hitrItnte whItever of tite or o. erwlre, towit: "
106 .ea.l* pf Cnpito Stok,, Si.th Western and Ark-.ae. `.':o n No
,oo l ...' . .. . .. . ...t.. ..N ... ... oi 0 a' n .
90 oonr , I' of Olr o' Hn 00,100 N.14- ........ ..... 1I0
I01 ·lhnrr ii.ixrilfj ll Itnil~anr! Ftr;FL. . . 140~~ 11
'93 anlne I,. mtll,a and1 Oh:o B llrc nJ e ot k... ]. 140
Stole a C ,.,.In,,r,-l Blak of,'ltudn, I ,"not oarh
er, " .. ........... . ........... ......... o U0 p, .
90 allnrrr Vr~ Icr ne.'lchn, ' ~r.ý..l 6 ai o "-nr',
Ladlle'' .utftf-lon.
ti' 9. P nIHLIS ooha, o roll the., o.,oe.-on othS. L liCoO.,)
city Incd it' virinily that ha line THIS DAY opened, at the corn. r of
.O o,, i, oo.o, oyo,o............... . " o.. 10
St. oui. and ionlreln. nLDIES' ACTIO, nofootl .Oo ]r sn " 1
lee,,d nuorlaeth of FRENCIH FANCY taonS, whih , w.. l oi r
tornOty to oh hflht bidder.5,
SThe tokt eon, . in part of RICII BRoADE. SILK .I.LI.S,
FfLOUNCED oBOOFOCS an FLOfUNCED oaCOcNooo a. 1
oto.r alylo P of D o.. ,of, il a llf 'e ooenooeo n of tFINie 0.
BRO1DERfES,
ASLo,FIOR FANSR S SILK P.IAIOLS, P ORTN MONNwES, F-a.
ffELL CJ 0BS, a I00009 o.uiety, to..,o m a oo to "'ofion.
, Aleeged .tortutnen of F direNc iANyDortI hh FANCY ADS,.e .l
LATO FIRE If CIL\R1RF, S STR0EE.
CV' Tes.0ala..l1 wmmoeo. doJotui otlook,,oI L.4 o I
nvihy rtiole in alp,
TN. .-foo oroo dsMairing to foo Infir,, ,R FaoD y Goolf will lo
-el to a .tile of Dr otlf, ith 0lar e. f F IN
,,
BANKING HtOUSE, to ncan. p Street.
BOeON, ST. LOU a,
NEW YORE, LO~hfa'ILLK,
FHILADELFE1 A, CINCINNATI,
BALTIMORE, NASHr ,LR,
Rryr G SAN IF RAROId
MA T Ht- rI.E7-...-,
INSURANCE AND BANKIN+S AGENCY
. C. LATIIlOUIS, lt f
REWoved to RI Catop secrrt, thudl nearabov.eIaOlL Stand.
t. DEPOSITSs RV-'`EIVED~
IlN' ORFOSOTO 0rI0.00T-&00,,
DISCOUNT8 AND ADVANCES MAT IF.
SCt0f EXCHANtE ON ALL THE Pt .('IPAL CITIESO
SCIECKS ON ANK OF THE RIFPUIf. NEW YOR,-.
AND BANK OF CONIMMRCE, BOSTON-for e th lowe~.tr,.
of ebh.og..
NEW CIOGAR STORE.-M. VIDAL would an
nounc.to the pubhic thab he hoe pened thxrtor ,;thoo t re
ommercal Place soad Stt. T Ah. strl t~reetf, with a x. r and e.ol
ornmnt of CIGAR8 Sad T.0B0ACCO. The ho. t b ,nld M Hava
mamuIr .rewll be eoAFl. l . reeivedOd ,Wthe moet n ot d q-Hip
of VIRGINI LEAP. di 6mi

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