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" tt "5.yetibeen given by the Presi.
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erriW at wlch informatlon sabsaqueently re.
wieed may moodi4. The Preeideint, so says the
di tvelnng, will'tk Congress to empower
ohe Hotteb o bpts sut the' day in Committee of
the Whole listening to peehes' on what you
ety-eily . r.r the " ]e. lent'Nebraska bill"
the oRichond EnquPer has F pronounced "
spinet the bill in its present " emasculated "
shsg'p ith,'.squttter sovereignty aand Badger
oviso. -is Qe t as'number of the Virginia meoe
w-m are likely to go wth the r mo nitor.
Tbhe iy i'l-liv se t3Ihear frosm Nhow Hamp
d~e; the latest i plegraphi. accounts make it
bfu, ith probabilities for the President.
Yes terdly ,li. 8ldell introduced two resolu
int6te`Sen.te. whidh were -read amidst
s*aotofusion that lI dm pot patoh their pur
rgttte were es¶lws, to irpit: r
:The ý r'.diredtlb g the Comdiittee on Comrn
eroe:ot inqlre into the expediency of making
ppiopistl forbanuoyt or beaconstonmark the
oa, thromgh' Atesafalaya, G(ote Blanes and'
Verioi a; alsofor the erection of light
.ueiis on Raeooa Point in'the Parish of Terre.
bnne, and at or near Proetorevllle in the Par.
slr of 81. Bernardi also to-inquire into the ex
eaienb y iofremoving the Customshouse from
ranklin to Pattersonville in the Parish of St.
Mary's. The second, directing the Committee
on Milita Affairs to ihquire into the expd .
diesony of. an approýation for a fortification at
or near Proctoravil'e, Parish of St. Bernard.
aThose of our oitispssS who are interested in
temeveral hills dont.lg lands inLonisiana for
Srao ad p. }.tu bhe dishearted by
tue aoto th sHose lo thetwoe ceaep already
eid; Ai i inthese casee, there are
pat /l.. ag.ya ready to be telegraphed to i
itlo. e a and loobby against their passage. I
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W naeaosroe, Ekb le. 1854.
Sdatife.me uniportantmorningbundeese the
Senate agin recurred to; the question of Mr.
Phelps'# olm to seat. This subject,'involving
Scoaitjbverey about facts, had been decided
sometietlme ago, by a sort of private canvass, but
more recently it was thought that some Senators
lIadetidergonenaehargb of opinionon the con
stitUtionalpoints involrved in the ease, but the
esult. proved ,ptherwise. There was but a
nsaty attendance, and wsen the final vote was
iaken It Was necessary to drum up a quorum,
ve~ bws-owhich si tained Mr. Phelps. A re
solution was lsdopted allowing him his mileage
siper dlntuto'thii, date. The Iegislature ci
Vermont does not moeet agan until October, so
,that forthis s.t"ion that Statb will be only par
tinl .spresented in the Senate. .
I'athe$ouse, Mr. (Giddings moved a reconsid
eratln of 'the>oteby which the message of the
President, elativetothe Black Warrior' (sent
i ltte terday), was referred tb the Commit
o..se reign AfAiirs. Mr. G. attempted to
show that no case of outrage could be'made out
ainst the-Cuban authorities, and in the coarse
af his speech alluded to a statement he-had
reed in some newspaper.
-Mri 4ee. of la., interrupted Mr G. todeny
thtstateuisnt· and "did not belioeve that he
(Mr. G had seen any such statement."
Mr; Giddigs preplied sharply to this piece of
mudenesend refused to Yielsthe floor to Mr. J.
M.'Bsyly,, of Vs, answered the argument of
the "free -democrt" from Ohio, and highly
,laded the President for the position he had
tak.nin the premises.
eThl motion to reoonader was of course re
jbotsdi.hving been made only to hang a speeoh
onlaudthe lHtouse went into Committee of the
Whole on the Deflciesncy bill.
aIn refibreno to the Cuba dftoulty I, may say
that, upon the statf the ease which we have,
theitas ive little diesrenoe of opinion to the
President's message--its tone is generally ap
proved; 'Yu, no doubt, have more detailed tin
idroiatm no the circumstances in this case than
is peslesed here; but to ss it ·oems almost in.
er.dlblethblat such fatuity should exist among
he S paisbh authorities as marks their conduet
mn thas mtter. They have certainly put strong
wepones into the hands.of Filibusters. The N.
. -Hersld s already upoo them with the cry
that now, is the time, whil~ France and England
ire.igaged with Russia, for us to look ifter
Cuba; aid what the Herald puts, without
shame, into print, is doubtless the cherished
idea of many less willing to avow it.
Mr, Spesket Boyd has been generally unbr.
tnate in his selction of Committees. Mr.
Bre.kenridtge, of Ky., will probably manage to
pllot the Deficienocy bill through, but there is a
sad wantof harmony in the demooratis major
ity, large as it.is, with regard to most legisla
tive mesaures; the defeat of everything but the
Homestead bill, thus far, and nearly four months
ofr the sesaion gone, shows plainly enough that
the House wants confldence'n its Committees.
.Mr. Gwin has reported to the Senate, the Pa.
elfio Railroad bhill, from the Select Committee of
that body; bat where minor enterpriseefsil
what hope can be entertained for this. There
isa good change for log-rolling.
CanouicLER.
ODePsaLows' HALL.--To-night at Odd Fel
orws' Hall will be performed Iossini's grand
rtorl ofthe Etlbat .Mater by Madame Son.
taga~nd Mai. Devries, assisted by the force
of the entire Italian opera company. Madame
Sontag wlralbsongselectione from the AMessiah
and CreatioM. This strong bill is one which
will deoubtesa attract a large audience.
Quots paseans.-The ssiomer osican of
the16th sys: The Hu s tgh Blrkhead,
atai din, arrived below on Tuseday,
a . sate t posgep fromm New Orleans in
st thke qtekst passage, it is bsileved,
m fUs_. .e e reported her own olesrance
! . the Oaptain eRaing i trive
the 7th. that fact. A* New
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Wa toa tteras siu.
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MQD*·I~P MacThelm i qfir rn will has
arilved, ; lbsgt dates fros New York of the
en8 of tl 1 lth and morning of the 17th
!.TTON1M1AtKET.
Mosa alteh 22. -Theo. , was a good do
matod>Ahr botton yesterday, with sales of 8000
iisti t- a tdeoline of,4o. per lb.. Nothing of
stsient Was doishe in the market toiday tto
#RiAT 0$tORH AT THE NORTH.
-~ft , M.a i2r h d.--Our city was visited by
a terrific ale oh $tm'da.,lat which proved
+sr~et~e~1tr tb Percty .A u e number
of *i r diven r rid b their mooriags inhe
tiar or, edismote or leis-dmad. Accounth
fteim the sea coast are looked for with much
sihxletyi,'ae is expeoted that many vessels
ha~c be wrecked.
AruasA , March 18.-A terrible gale ispro
val shkre tb-day, sanu an immease amount
ofdýese hs been done.
STi.oat Mruh 18.-The gale to-day has cans
ed great damage in this city. Several build
lags have been blown down, houses unroofed,
and a numper of persons injured. One man
ihs killed.
Uol ,.a5MA'' h18.-A very violent gale is
prevalinsg lere to-day, and much damage has
alreedy ebpaentq.
T$ CORESOINT CITY AT NEW YORK.
Maw Yoaxri Marh 20.--The steamer Crescent
Citytarived-here yedterday from New Orleans,
ia Havana having left the latter port on the
14th inst. She brings o news of importance
in regard to the Black Warrior. That vessel
was still in the hands of the authorities, and
the officers and crew on board the steamer Ful
ton. Vessels werae ery scarce in the port of
Havana.
MOBILE COTTON MARKET.
MOBI·s , March 22.-ýThere was a good de
rsand for Cotton yesterday, with sales of 8000
2bales. Prices, however, declined 4 ct. per lb.
To-day the `market is very quiet, and up to
noon no sales of any moment were reported.
a te Nattonst Liar.
OHIO RIVER-STEAMBOATS- MARKETS:
Loomivouoa, March 21.--The river here is
falling with 10 feet10 inches water on the falls.
The steanboat R. S. Winslow has arrived, and
the J. S. Chenowith has departed for New
Orleans.
CcacNosATr, March 21.-The river here has
fallen 18 inches during the last 24hours. Sales
of Flour at $6 85 to $6 40per bbl. Provisions
are lower. Sales of Mess Pork at $12 per bbl.
Bulk Sides are selling at 56 ete. per lb, Bacon
Sides at 6t to 6. and Shoulderd,packed, 56 ots.
per lb. Lard, in barrels, 8 eats. per lb.
Prrssnoaas, March 21.-The river here is
falling with 6 feet 8 inches water in the channel.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
NEW YORK, March 21.-There is a good de
mand for Flour, and prices have advanced 6 ets
,per bbl. Coris in fair request at 78 to 80 ete.
per bushel.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
New YORx, March 21, 6 P. x.-There has
been a fair demand for Provisions to-day, with
sales of Mess Pork at $15 50, and Prime at $13
50 per bbl. Lard has sold at 94c per lb in bble.
Sales of Rio Coffee at 114a per lb.
OHIO RIVER.
PrrTS.oRoH, March 21-NIGHT.-The river
here is still falling, with 61 feet water in the
channel
cIrCINos TI, March 21-m-GNm.-The river
here has fallen 2 inches since noon to-day.
Sales of 500 tierces Prime Lard at 8ic perlb.
Plain Hams are worth 8ic per lb.
LOcIsVILLE, March 21.-Rain has fallen here
nearly all day. The river still falling slowly.
The steamer A. L. Shotwell has departed for
Neir Orleans.
DISPOSAL OF THE NEBRASKA BILL.
WAssiNovoa, March 22.-In the House to
day Mr. Cutting proposed to refer the Nebraska
and Kansas Bill to the Committee of the Whole
on the State of the Union. The proposition was
accoepted, thus placing the bill number fifty on
the calendar of tqe Senate, and number twenty
one on that of the House. The bill consequent
ly cannot be again reached until some time
next session.
OHIO RIVER.
LouesvuLs, March 22.- The river here isotill
falling with 8 feet 9 inches water on the falls
and 12 feet in the canal. The steamboat Em
press has arrived from New Orleans.
CUMBERLAND RIVER-MARKETS.
NraHVILLE, March 22.-The river here is
falling, with 8 feet water on the shoals. The
Cotton market is active, prices ranging at 6 to
84 ote. per lb. for extremes. The steamboat
Nashville left to-day for New Orleans.
THE NEBRASKA BILL.
WAsaaeoroN, March 22.-The disposal of the
Nebraska bill, in accordance with the proposi
tion of Mr. Cutting, is not at all relished by its
friends, who wished to have got it through Con
gress at an early date.
NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECTION.
BoeTON, March 22. -The New Hampshire
Patriot claims the election of 160 democrats
to the Legislature against 145 opposition.
STEAMER PACIFIC.
New YORX, March 22, P. u.'-There is yqt
no sign of the steamer Pacific, considerably
overdue.
OHIO RIVER-MARKETS--STEAMBOATS.
INCcINNATI, March 22.-The river here has
fallen 5 inches since last evening. Bales of
Flour at $6 40 per bbl. Market dull. Pro
vision Market quiet. Mess Pork $12 per bbl.
Bulk Sides 6b to 56o. Shoulders 44 to 4ic per
lb: Prime Lard in bbls S.toper lb.
Prrass.nes, March 22.-The river here is
now falling slowly with 6 feet water in the
channel.
LATER FROM SANTA FE.
BAn~iroas, March 22.-The Santa Fe mail
arrived at Independence, MO., last night.
Business in New Mexico was dull. More In
dian depredations are reported. Fourteen com
panies of Californians are reported on their way
to Sonora to join the movement for the indepen
dence of that country.
NEW YORK MARKETS.
New YOR, March 22.-Sales of Flour at
$7 871 per bbl. Corn selling at 77d to 79c per
bushel.
- L STEAMBOATS.
LorIsvILLE, March 22.- The steamboat
Eclipse has arrived, and the Sultana and Glendy
Burke have departed for New Orleans.
" FIRax 's GuAnes."-A new military com
pany has been organized under the above title,
to be composed prinoipally-though we do not
uiderstand exclusively-of firemen. They held
their first meeting at Armory Hall last evening,
organizseand appointed their officers; it was
numerously attended and the greatest enthusi
asmprevailed for the anuocas of the enterprise.
No where would we expect to find the materials
for excellent soldiers so readily as among the
firemen, and we look to see this company become
the finest in New Orleans.
M.x. JaMtso.'s BENEFIT.-The leading mem
bers of the St. Charles company will to-night
appear for Mr. Jamison's benefit, who will like
wise be assisted on this occasion by Mr. Josh.
Sillabee. Bulwer's play of " Richelieu" is to be
presented, Mr. Jamison taking the part which
he is said of all others to excel in, that of the
Duke. We will merely add, that we shall be
glad to see to-night sucji an audience as will
show a just estimation of this gentleman on the
part of our citizens, and afford encouragement
to an actor who has labored long and ardently
with rare devotion for the elevation of the thea
trical profession.
PiLAtoi' VaRiEoigS.-A large audience was
present at Mr. Lynne's benefit last night. We
have rarely seen the play of " William Tell"
brought upon the stage more correctly than it
was last night. Mr Jamisonu's comedietta of
" There's no Such Word as Fail" and " Out for
a Holiday" were played with much spirit. To
night the performance sill commence with the
arce of "The Secret," in which Mrs. Kate War
wick and Mr. Holland will appear; to conclude
with Shakspeare's play of " The Tempest," this
being the twentieth night of its presentation this
season.
DuA RHca's.--Tonight Uncle Tom's Cabin"
is to be played at this establishment for the last
time. We would adtise all those who have not
already een it to embrace this last oppprtunity.
'l,--V 0. ' -.r. I 'Y
,oee,--Mr. Mukray, who lives at 88 Hersules
ittset, yesterday found a small boy, three or
four years ofagq, who had lost his way and
was unableto tell his name or where he lived.
Mr. Murray took the little wanderer to his
house.
SuIAteL M ifraa-In stating the length of
thqe stream thrown by Nineteej'snew, engine at
the 'al the other day we mai e a trfling error.
The disttnce thrown Wie 192 feet 6 inches, in
stead of 1968 feet.
Grws En Paora. CLsnarr, Stat.--The New
York Sunday Times, after expressing its admi:
ration for the fertility of imagination displayed
by the New Orleans reporters and its astonish
ment at the same, and further, intimatlbg that
the veracity of tt brotherhood runs no sk of
'ominenc a their virtues, eopieq from the
Creseent a story about a spindle-legd tailor
who eloped with a fat lady, and thos pays us
the compliment of attributing it to a.dngenious
neighbor of ours. Thank you, Mr. Times!
YOUTe INOONDnAmas.-Joseph Keating and
Cornelius O'Keefe, one apparently about ten
years of age and the other in the neighborhood
of fourteen, were arrested by oficer Newhouse
yesterday afternoon on a charge of, having set
fire to several houses in the upper part of the
city, among others to a school-house. They
state that themselves and a number of other
boys ,had been employed to fire buildings by a
man who offered them a considerable sum of
money for their valuable services; and also,
that a number of the band went to Carrollton
yesterday for the purpose of firing a Dutch
chnrch. Promising lads, truly.
Toucame TAGEsnY.-That realities, the ac
tual events of life are sometimes romantic as
the dreams of fiction, and appeal more deeply
to the feelings and sympathies, we do not doubt,
and have besides a case in point to demonstrate
the truth of the trite idea.
An inquest was held yesterday upon the body
of Mrs. Mariana Lowe, a beautiful German
lady,-aged 16 years, who had been married but
a short time, and who up to a few days prev
ious to her death, had lived in apparent happi
ness with her husband. They resided on Thalia
street, between Camp and Prytania, and not
long after their marriage the exacting love of
the wife became alarmed by strange reports of
the conduct of her husband, which were con
firmed by various circumstances coming under
her own knowledge-his altered manner towards
her, his frequent absence from home, etc. Her
jealous fears were awakened-she dreadedtheir
confirmation, but she sought and obtained the
truth; and that truth brought "the conviction
with it, that she no longer enjoyed herhus
band's love; it carried despair to her soul. She
learned that her husband had formed an illicit
connection with, a woman in their immediate
neighborhood; and last Tuesday evening she
traced him to the honse and became convinced
of his guilt; she returned home and penned a
letter addressed to him, in which she indulged
in no reproaches, but expressed her affection
for him and her grief at his faithlessness in
the strongest terms, declaring that nothing was
left her in the world worth living for, and that
she would forgive his injustice and die. She
then procured an ounce of laudanum from an
adjoining drug store, swallowed it, and in a
few hours was a corpse.
RECORDER WINTER'S COURT-First Dietrict.
William Lingin was arraigned yesterday before
this court charged with having attacked and
dangerously injured with a bar of iron, a man
named James Weldon, on the evening of the
20th, near the New Basin. Weldon has since
been confined to his bed, and the accused was
remanded to await the result of the wounds in
flicted.
Discharged.-A man named P. Breheny was
arrested night before last on a charge of as
saulting and stabbing with a knife a Mr. Keat
ing, with a murderous intention. He was ar
raigned yesterday for examination, and was
discharged upon the testimony of Mr. Keating,
who deposed that he had been stabbed and
severely beaten about the head, but that he did
not know who committed the act, and was quite
certain accused was not the person.
Paying Himself.-S Nesler deposed yester
day that some time ago he employed an indi
vidual named Thomas Flanagan to discharge a
.flatboat loaded with pork, lard, etc., and lying
at the levee in this district, and that said Flan
agan took the liberty of selling some seventy
dollars worth of the cargo and appropriating
the money obtained therefrom to his own use.
The case was fixed for the 29th inst.
Fined. - John Lewis was brought up for
having raised a disturbance in the street by
abusing one Mr. O'Brien, and for carrying a
"bull-dog" in his pocket. He was fined twenty
dollars.
REooRDEnn a sMOs's COaRT-Second District.
Recorder Ramos yesterday sent Robert Gardner
before the First District Court for trial on a
charge of having stolen a dollar from the
counter of a grocery store on the corner of
trsuline and Marais streets.
Usngallant Robbers. - Margaret Joseph
made affidavit before this court yesterday, that
on Monday last, while passing the corner of
Burgundy and St. Peter streets, she was ac
costed by, a gentleman named Farrell Boyle,
who owned the cabaret on the corner, and who
invited her into the same to take a drink; that
after a few drinks, a confederate of Boyle,
named John Ford, seized her violently and
opened the bosom of her dress, whereupon Mr.
Boyle thrust his felonious paw therein and ab
stracted thereform a pocket-book containing
twenty dollars. Wherefore she charges them
with having committed a robbery upon her
purse and a high-handed .outrage upon her
person, and asked a warrant for their arrest,
which was granted.
Dangerous .dssaults.-Jacob Saltzman was
required to give $500 security to appear for
examination on a charge of having attempted
to kill a fireman of the steamboat J. M. Relf
with a knife.
Augustin Roseco was arrigned for wounding
Jean Roncallo with a knife, at a late hour of
the night before last, on Main street. He was
remanded for future examination.
Ludwig Danbach was required to give bond
for his appearance to answer acharge of having
assaulted one Joseph Vogelusen with a knife.
Strong.Bodied Women-An affidavit was
made in this court yesterday by Pierre Mayer,
who states that he was attacked in a house on
Main street, between Royal and Bourbon, by
two women named Eliza and Catherine Boret
-sisters probably-whb pummeled him soundly
and thoroughly, tore his clothes, scratched his
face and pulled his hair intolerably, and finally
ejected him forcibly and ignominiously from the
premises, assisting his exit by a vigorous appli
cation of feminine shoe-leather. Measures have
been taken to afford Mr. Mayer justice and the
protection of the law.
Concealed Weapons.-Eugene Mozart and
Hector Claudel, who were arrested some time
ago on a charge of larceny, were arraigned
yesterday and dismissed, no evidence being pro
duced against them. They were, however,
fined $20 each for having weapons concealed
upon their persons at the time of their arrest.
Inquest -An inquest was held yesterday at
Lessep's Plantation, two miles below the city,
upon the body of an unknown man, aged about
50 years. Verdict, " Accidentally drowned."
Deceased was about 5 feet 10 inches in stature,
and was quite respectably dressed. *
CONSIDERRALE LanCtay.-A slave woman
named Betsy was arraigned yesterday upon an
affidavit made by Mr. N. E. Turner, who states
that on Monday last, a port-mannaie coutain
ing the sum of $191 was stolen, from his room
at 83 Gravier street, and that he has good rea
son to believe the same was taken by the afore
said slave woman. Betsy* was remanded for
examination on the 29th inst.
FIST DISTRICT COURT--Judge Robertson.
Trial ,for tMurder.-Adam Slatter was tried
in this court yesterday for the murder of Jacob
Kuntze, on the evening of the 3d of January
last, in a house on Morales street, between
Spain and Mandeville streets. The building in
which the homicide was committed was occu
pied by deceased and his wife as a boarding
house, and accused, who was a carpenter, hai
for some time'boarded with them, Some diffi
culty having arisen between Slatter and Mrs
Kuntze a few days previous to the unfortunate
occurrence, deceased gave the former notice to
leave the house.
Mrs. Kuntze, widow of deceased, stated in her
testimony that at supper, on the evening of the
3d of January, her husband asked Slatter why
he had not left, and told him that he should not
remain in the house another night. Accused
replied that he had no money and would not go
into the street at that hour of the night; that
he must take his tools when he went, etc.
Kuntze insisted upon his leaving the house, and
gave as his reason for it that Slatter was con
stantly drunk and disturbing the quiet of the
house. The latter then went to his tool-chest
and took something out, afterwards renewing
the dispute with deceased and ap
meet insultiag language to-him and ,wit eU
.ier husband then seia~il aooused, at after a
short scuffle, in which the supper-table was
upset, succeeded in thrusting him through a
doorout uponthe gs1er y. Accused attempted
to re-enter, but the d as held against him.
Witness tried to pernsade her husband to let
S.IWltr remain that night, but he replied, " I
am man enough to turn him out," and opened
the door, whoenhe was instantly stabbed. The
weapon used was a long dirk knife, the blade of
which entered between the second and third
ribs, on the right side, and penetrated the lung.
Kuntze immediately fell, exclaiming, " I am
wounded I he has stabbed me 1" apd expired in
a few minutes. Witness stated on her cross
examination, that when her husband seized ac
cused he was struck several time bi the latter,
who also deolared, after the deed ha4 been com
mitted, that he would not allow any man to
turn him Into the street at.that time of night,
and that he would not attempt to eseape.
Deceased was about 41 years of age, was a
very heavy, athletic man, andit was shown by
several other witnesses, that he not only
handled accused very roughly but beat himn
severely.
Messrs. Smith, Sen., and Smith, Jr., con
ducted the defense very ably, and after a fine
argument from the latter, the ease was sub
mitted to the jury, who returned a verdict of
"Guilty of manslaughter."
SThe State vs. William Alexander alias
Commisky. - This gentleman was yesterday
tried and found guilty of entering the premises
of Mr. F. A. Ruelle, 91 Common street, with
intentto steal, on the 27th of December last.
Mr. Theodore Reader testified that he heard ac
cused go up the stairs at daybreak and enter
Mr. Ruelle's office, and that he followed and
detected him in the act of robbing a desk.
PRaorssoi HENRY De MAaw.N.- The method
.ad liil ..ofthispagemeo , to highly poke of in tbi ity, are i
gettfavoramong the adies and gentlemen who sudy the French Lam
mnge. Comabtng the ol.sys.em wth the ok but ens.gle and
d ble k- rebl. boor le and true meawd, eapable of pro
du.n heam.tOhdo toryand inecatestible results, and roqatres a
gpatdal Ietame mth any other system, ridiclously armed "the
nly .sueaa tul, the only hnfallibe sae." Pamora Dr MArMa has.
fimed Day Clas for t les, aod Evening Cla.s for Gentleman.
,I gives Private Leusses a naaul, at the rtdena aof th Pupt,oras
hir owa rom No, 9 ..Cmp stra toppoate the Ciaty Hotel.
RUPTURES CuaED..-sherman's Curative Pa
•tat Trss aad Ruptuan Remdy is a relief and comfort sad eertain
gaarmteen the.red al .11 Rpture.. To serr a good 1 apply to
the proprietor'. .teblabhmeta., 0;. Charle .treet, anod intlrq for
Dr. Mharema. For further partirularn, oe adertimet on third
page, or pply to the s.re for a desrripdvr pamphlet. (abs ly
Arrivals at the Prinoipal Hotels......... 9c 2.
ST. CHALES.... .J K Dake, By; N Caaghey, Bait; F
A Hudson, Oourtay, W Winherster, J 0 Co
leld, La; W B Whltehead,O DIllIrd, Vs; H N Domo.
W F A rret, O H Sttoket, T. . i tockett, WY May,
R Mciehee, MIs; D . ainley. B Woote9, Ga; B)r
McCraken, It Geddes. N O; Hudeo, J Branoh and
srt, Ark; J FRlunt, J H Goodman. J O Hendetrson, it
Mynott and rsvot, G Little. M Chamberlai. H J Tarrell.
Ala; W D Niholson and lady, Ark; J M Finney.
Texas; W lHendersole Pa; H Hayes, Ill; O W Baker.
G W Turner, N Y.
VERANDAH....J II Waford, B Hager, W.Badgr, J W
Warle, B Hughes, W W Jenkins, G Strawridge. La;
T B Rorwer, TexasI P 8 Jackson, W Vaughan, P W
Turner, H H Daniel, W Ford, W A MioAlister, CV
larris, T Chambears, W H MoAbllster, H Fields. J H
Gores, Ala; J Branch and ret, Ark; J H Thompson.
Va; G Glascock and lady, Mo; J L Harris, N O; mr
Hopkins, Cola; C H Wilbar, N Y.
CITY....D H Penny, W E Buchanan, F Grgen, T Harri,
R Peters, R Sianon, J Town, WPierce. C t Cragg.
La; Gaen H Ina, W Bneae, John O'Briena, Pap J N
Bretton, SP P Manson, Texas; J Thompson. D His
sup. Mis; J C Newcomer, Md; i J Stoves, W J Free
man, Maar; J Harsup, Wm Corray. R T Ranger, John
Tracy. 8 (aremaa , Ohio; R Laney, Ark; J Peto-r
Kentooky.
OT.LOUIS ....M Watason, Taenn E White,.J Verloia.
Philips, N O; W HIImpstead, hi; C Bredell, St Louis;
M Wilson, Ky; H Lrewis. ley and eit, Texas; OW
Turner, NY; rmis Collins RevY MTrader. La.
ARCADE.... J Elliott, 3 H Ramseray, J Kilbourae. W
Boatner and so, La; H B MIcKily, M H Stmith. Y J
Pope. H Wirroe, Ala; J Filney, Texas; JW Moore.
On; P MlKirrley.' C: tR RFlaok, Miss; J V Wactraa.
Ark; HP Kidder, N Y; rGen a. redberry, Teno; iU
Kuuaoker, St Louis
Died:
WIInend· -for, 44d inst., CATHERINE, d..bgir of Ch...
8.teo~r, egad 18 rears.
I Her Gle~d. and those of the family are respectfully invited to
atte~nd her funerl, from hrr father'. mid~nm., Dryad,. street, fourth
do.or elow T.erpsichor, THIS (Thursday) ORNI1NG, at 10 .o.hn,
without further Boll...
Complimentary Testimonial to George Jamison.
1. accordance with the following correepondanes, &C-plfiimamary
R.t..it will be give to Mr. George 15 t.1oo, a the St. Char. TLea
in, on the eveaio· of hurlday, the 98d lost.
Paonicula. I. future udvan hnn-ts.
CORRESPONDENCE.
D(RIYI J.I.(IVI Esq.: a
0..n SOt-Ri.,y of your fomalo.. fiend. I. this oiiy, .10.4,,
of p. sing yon 000 dsmcd complment of a Basalt, before the pryspI
rheate-cl acm- ermro·e., hev. appointed us a enmmiltee to come ,r
you on the ·ulbjcc2 t alustli youlr Wilba· thersupoB, and to request
you, if you accept their pinnies, topp.,.& wine night when the pro
posled teethou.-Il may take place.
A. ..y answer will 0bli. you. , with moth nlegad,
H. J. RANNEY.
ORQ. W. SHAW,
AMOS W. DANA,
JAMES I. OTIS,
ew Orleans, March 17, 1854. Committe
Naves Rooney, Sta., Dan. nod Otis, Commiflee:
A.ttin-..A-Your fvor of veter-ytbh h.de. recived, S an I hopNe
I need not tell yon It. eontmtto ,t p~rused with the deepest eenli
A.ily on my part. Though .D.Abeeiof of drtenig .o signal a testis
cooly 0-cmaid...tioo and hon~or at the hand. of my friends inl New
Orleans, 1 accept It M .mark of their too partial regard, With senti
menls of the meet sincere and heartfelt gratitude.
If agre·abla to the committee and thou whom they repraleoi, I
nould name Tbu,.day, the 4d oist., and the st. Charles Th.,ni., the
time· and picas for the proposed lenrst, and roman, gentlemen, ever
ostraefuWlly your oDliged riend and 1 a1 ant,
N 00.,, M h, 84. GEORGE JAIISON14
B. Da4r, RSq.:
Stn-The friends of M. George Jamison, in Now Orle0.., proposing
to pay him the conlioneat f a ttimonial bsoagt, ar desirous of a
ca reinig if it waoeitt ith your arrangements t assign a night when
Oh. theatre ender yon, management may be had for that pmposs.
With much ...peel,
We are your obedienot servant.,
HI. J. RANNEY,
0. W. EHAW,
JAMES F. OTIS,
A. W. DANA,
New Online, Morch 11, 1054. Committee.
T eams. II. J.Ronney, 0. WA. SlowJ,.,FO F. Otis and A. 0'.
Donn, COniAI..:
O.,TuD,-Ytar. mle,,,Itive 5 aomplitmetary henlil to Mr.
.p.It. W. Ja I.ItI,.t reOyid. In reply, I would state that noth. I
Will give me greater plomlrr6 then to a~mply witlh your request, boll,
o eoust of respect du to sea, nd my frlodehip for Mr. Iamibua. 1
would roar respectfully n-me Thanday evening, March 28.
Reapretfally, your obedient .arrvaat
B. D.BAR.
St. Charles TIheatre, New Orleans, March I8. .h00 31t
Louistana State ledEical ocEtely.
-A-n A jrned e.uion of this bodd wll b held at th. Medlal
Coliege,THIS DAY, a half-pat 1 o':oek. A fall attendane I n.
qua.AA. D. MACGIBBON. M. 0.,
.b& Sltp ReBrdil Seretnry.
LAW NOTICE.-The undersigned have en
ered Into p~ann '.Ep, to BE MNt tMICOUf A FlNN IT.
rmhlm E. A. BRADFORD.
W ANTED-An active Man-one who does
V oat drirk liquor, and san wme well recommended for integri
y, etc. o lo p hills, driout rcreI.er, Ad mL bi..inlf gen.erlly
AifEul. TO suc ote i1 mplemet ill T A iE by o pph U at
,hJ It 8bO E N', . 10Io St Chhlelt t.
ENEFIT BALL, to be given at UNION oHALL,
Fourth Dibrilt, SATURDAY EVENING, Mareh 99, 164,
for the BI.S.t of JAMBE BARNCS, who i a meb of Ifnmily, now
y"u I 0 b gi y n d situt ro.dtlor, wtdh o blokes I.
f/'TICKTES ONE DOLLAn.
J.h Ro ...., P. P1r1nR, 0. W. 0.. 1.. ,
J. F. OGOhr, C. bls BM,. W, W.1. e e,
. MeIbau, J.. , J.N. l ell,
A.RIoEn.,i EJ. G. Weber, Wm. atr,n.
Wm. Henry, 005 Ste
CAME TO MY STABLE, on Union
Srre1tl on Mody l1t1, B RIoo PINT0R DOG
which the owner sea hbae by cadhg for h m be wi fuhg r ed.
RBS It Ob . I. ELLIOTT.
NONE SO EFFECTUAL--The lessons of
pearine re the m It nliable, ad, If nost toe eo.tly are so.ght
aDer by the 5clieI. 'rh00f iowing lt the Voluntlay tCB mouy of a
ort5hy and .ll-nIown Ph}'lcin e'iv to hi a..s .eie o.f th
1.10.y o 0 B. F AIISNESTOIK' CELEBRATED CERMIFUt.
during a pI.Elc of tw.ney-fsie}ra A: -
O.S..tI, Miu,., BIay s18, ISIS.
( 51.-I em Im * of t IE, a d dII.tatl bl.lkwar1d in giving ertlflatR.
lRt iI the present 1at0.c0 11l.dBr 1ttd. to humOanity o y, h1t I
haer beeu IeSI B i. the p11ct5r1 of medicine for M.I. ty -e yeap .
and hava never met with any rvndy w s efcl fur P.orml an }our
Vormifge. In1 ad0t1, ev11 in t.oe. o Fever. 1 ,omtRmer uRtIwl,
carry o .isaloelrl taken th# pnrioue nlrht, e onfer tnd 11ho. . ·rtua.
rIout udi thoan to tllonw. I o· an othdr Versding in mypraohn,
sld derie nu h, tier. RespeItfully,
[SRgnod] W. M. HAWKINS.
13r Saidt Chole.l, and Ret.Il, hy ai Iht principal DrIggita and
Couut,;M.Mh;`"nto·hmnraout the. Unit'd Stes. mh9l dtwlm
jUTTER--25 kegs choie+Goshen, ex steamer
ImhR3 , IIr,, 14. .STONE a CO., I raier 0 t.
,.COTCHi ALE--160 oaks Younger's Edin
b lrlgh, in pavl and qluris, for Wle br
115 lw H LtONE R& CO., I rviBr I..
I ONDON PORTER-250 casks E. & G..
IJ 1.10 ', in pitl.- nd qartI, for sate by
mh Iw H L. STONE&A CO.,I nrisl it.
OATS--1220 sacks St. Louis, landing ei
ih9i n g M. DALEOY 8d Trhowitoile, I.t,.
COR.N--200 bags, in store and for sale by
OIL-b0 bbls. Blow's No. 1, in
.big . VM. DALGY.B ThOupi.nia.h'ee...
H AMS--30 cask plain Smoked, for sale by
mh15 B. H KENNEDY& Ar;..O, 7 Trbopitoolal
RIUME MESS BEEF-1000 tieroes superior
SBueBmad pEakt .n.l aI.AEd ad.jaIeh
RmbS 0 H. KENNEDY A CO. "S 'ehoolytoalosst
MEM BEEF--O00 bblt. Mess and Extra
1M/ M.i., IAo. .s. Dy
mI.B S. -. KENNEDY & CO.,, T5 Te.a tslIat.
INDIA BEEF-800 tieroes superior quality,
hmh f I. 2KENNEDY CO. TTda.r rB.tk{. h.
R* TWUKkJ.
IRRESPEOTIVU OF PARTY.
For Mayor ..... ........= ,.,J. W. MfUDL4WU.
P.. Cpollr .................... DEE
For T ::r.. ..u..B .B yAnD.
For 9uney~n ........... .......L.H.ABJPB
Fa StreLt . B.
FOR RZCORDERB
ML OO~ltrtt .t. ............ OB.H. M.SbUMMERS.
....................FrANCIO MCoUEt.
Third DL~Lttt.;;;; ;; ;;........ WII·L1.. ILTA PILO.·
Youoh Diot.:..................t .H. D. KEEBE.
V.nt Dishlst .......... .E.. M...A S PRIDE.
bEo..ADIIc............ .JAB. PRAGUE.
T .l D. .............P.... B. OOODWUG.
Fourth Dl0rhr.......... ..........JBE BILBOOB.
FOR IPARBdMA'T ALBRBRn
riotDItDltMb Wad...........J L LEVf.
00L CAMPBELL
HENRYMisl D~tiot, TIM War....:.......U.T.Pm
SW.E.E BR.
.A. W.. COOPER
W. B. HOWELL.
S..ond Dist.tl, Ih Wa.d ........J. L ABRE.
TR:LBQ lot 00.
PSWESICE SUISSON.
SecEd D1iBEht, Sith Wad........
J. A. B NIIIL.
Third 51.01.1. Sventh WBd ......CRAS. .. WEBITALU.
JOSEPH .SUBEEAU.
Third D00trl01 EIghth W.d. 10..... ]O. MI.EAB.
Third DAi rfi.NmSn Wd........P. WK 1
Poth DluictlO.Toth WoO. WO. jREE.
ISAAC TIKATEE.
FPrth DtrldElen.h Wdrd....WMOEH. .BB. Irat
d . .ew ltusicat Work.
THE OPERA MADE EASY,
SIXTY PAGES OF MUSIC FOR ONE DOLLAR.
SELETIONS FROM TEN POPULAR OPERAS, ARRANGED
SIMPLY POR THE PIANO.
"rForalea1 the MUSICANDsOOKSTORES,.adatlhe Apnot,
SHERMAN & WHARTONPriotes, S Uoamp strL mhE hlSp
Southern .)ititary .dcademy
LOTTERY!
s AT.oaRS OI Tas nrTa or La0,ta.]
Co ducta on o oe Hoeos. Pl.a
OrTO BE DRAWN MAY 10, 1804.a
CAPITALS ..................................... .IM,
. .......................... ...... 5,0
. .......................................... SNO
.b .. ...................0,,00
Mon lgomPry, Al., Mouch i, 154. . . of theB. lo. Ino
~- 14 -p
Cam) street.
SCHOOL BOOKS AND BLANK NOOKS,
FOR THE COUNTRY TRADE, AT
NORMAN'S.
1'rMerohanb. from the county purchaing BLANK BOOKS nad
SCHOOL BOOKS, either for their own use or st., esa nd at NOR
MAN' the Isrpst, the cheapest and the bet stok ever offQel t.
this city, ad upon the most favorable trm.
RECORD BOQAS,
For County Cot, Recoorders' and Sh.Aer'O.e, ,w.rrut.d op.
rnr,. at
.h70 dwt, , No. 14 CAMP STREET.
Confectionery anld Ice Cream
SALOON.
U h Tb. S tsciber ha DIIud up ond ;opened at the Corner of Coan
And Crondelet rorat., An e.tensive
ICE CREAM SALOON AND CONFECTIONERY,
for the aclommodtion of hi friends sad the public generay. H. .wiu
keep constantly oan Hand a lrg sopply of the bet of every othing In his
inA.,d soliit s ..are ofthe platronago boeretoore bestowed on hIs
t Ib Old IStand, at the tonesr lRoyal and S. Peter arrest.
.obls mp VINCENT. Corer C.-n ..n Cr-n,I.0l.0t.
J.. Benj. Chandler,
COLLECTOR.
NOTES, BILLS. HOUSE RENTS, et.,
WI- Ome at CORSON A ARMSTRONG'S, S9 Camp street.
SOfflo Houn. from.7to I A. ., ad . to 5 . .
v Referenoee-H. T. Lonldde, J. LoSdis 4 Co., Cod Cormn
Armotrong. rob4 lylmp
Why will the People Suffer
WHEN THERE IS A REIEDYI
- Dr. J. N. HOBENSACE, of Philtdelph., surn Fie, St. Vitae'
l0.ce, Worms, Dyspepia, JaondicAo., 1,00, Favor, Sisk tl.daeh.,
Lvr.oComplant, end all oIetbm,. of th, Bowel.s .d S1om..ch, by hi
LIVER PILLS ard WORM SYRUP, and for the be.efst of the
AmiObd hu eopend.d over $,000, well .. tun 0ears of bard study
and practie, to make the public q.u0ainted with tbhe Cuo of diseases
and the nure; ond it Is now .knoowtd&. that Dr. H-,bo.aek ha,
v.d the bles of more persono within thoe tu year then two-thin of
the hhyslcdwe is the aounutaud imply by removing the ar
.hic I. Worms--whinh hs, daily .Ie.tooed two-thirds of the peopl,
Look to thil, dyspeptics, end obtain pamphlet of Dr. Hoben.ack'e,
whih will at nce stisy loou.
F.r 0!e by J. WRIqHT & CO.,
m0b0 tIlp No. a1s Chrt.e sr.et, New Orlan..
City Bank of Cochran # Co.
EE Cases reset.
5W NOTICE-From and oAr, this dote SIX PER CENT. INTER
EST wwU be paid o, Money lef in this Bn.k. p.ayable on dem.nd.
EIGHT PERCENT. INTEREST paid o Money. left f any spoei
tld time.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS is.ed,If deired, bearing the me
rat of Interest, and I golatble I any el the Commereial Citles of the
U.nited State.
BHORT LOANB nude on CnodcoIh Collarl. . 11 op
House Furnishing Store,
73 and 75 CAMP STREET.
Ir The Suberiber. ae daOly noeivOng fresh additioa to theirlarp
and aried tobek, comprised Is which are
QUEENSWARE. GLASS and CHINA WARE;
BIRMINGIAM WARE;
RICH CHINA VASES, and
PINE SILVER PLATED WANE;
PARLOR and HALL LAM ILT PLA E;
and GIRONDOLES;
RICII TEA TRAYS ld WAITERS, in otI or ingle ;
PINE TABLE CUTLERY and
HOUSEKEEPING HARDWARE;
ENAMELED oand ROLlOW WARE
BRITANNIA, PLANISHED TIN and JAPANNED WARE;
WOODEN 1.d WILLOW WARE;
FEATHER DUSTERRS;
BRUSHES, of ll kinds;
PAPER IHANGINGS and DOOR MATS;
WHITE, CHECK and FANCY MATTINGO;
WINDOW CORNICES, CORDS Ad TASSELS
CURTAIN BANDS aod CURTAIN PINS.
SPIRIT GAS, or Burning Fluid;
SPERM0, LARD sod WHALE OIL.
feb99 9S.p MILLER, HARRIS & WALDI.
To House-keepers S
3' The stre.ion ofCilea.s and Slogenr visiting the City, is pa
tieharly celled to the varied ad spendl stockl of
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS,
at thoeoolf ts of he undgned, whieh.oa 0ow bg ofored at n.o
REDUCED PRICES
an to render it greatly to the advantage of pubuan to al and e
mloe them. Amo their moaent my be found-
RICH DECORATED CHINA, DINING, TEA AND TOILET SETS ;
PLAIN WHITE CHINA, DINING. TEA AND TOILET SETS;
GILT AND WHITE CHINA, DINING, TEA AND TOILET SBETS ;
EARTHIENWARE, DINING, TEA AND TOILET SETS ;
RICH CUT GLASS BOWLS, PRESERVE DISHES. DECANT
ERS, ETC.,ETC.
RICH CUT GLASS WINES, TUMBLERS, SALTS, ETC.
SILVER-PLATED CASTORS, WAITERS, CAKE-BASKETS;
SILVER-PLATED CANDLESTICKS, SPOONS. FORKS, ETC.;
SILVER-PLATED WAITERS, BOTTLE-STANDS, ETC.;
KNIVES AND FORKS, IAPANNED WAITERS ;
WOODENWARE, TINWARE;
ANDIRONS, FENDERS, SHOVELS AND TONGS ;
COOKING STOVES AND CAST IRON WARE GENERALLY;
LAMPS OF ALL KINDS, AIID CIIANDELIERS;
fesides lru ty of Aridelaneesry to all HOUSE-KWEPERS, o0
nlueros to be named in AKn ad 0l.emenL
B. BROWER CO..,
febl7 Imp 11 CAmp ir.et, opposit the CitvHotHl.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs
AND SHIRTS,
AT 8. N. MOODY'S.
lINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS, AT TWENTY-FIVE
CENTS, READY HEMMED. Another large invoice, J.st re
solved, equal to the la, lot.
ICRLF DOZEN EXCELLENT SHIRTS.
FOR NINE DOLLARS.
S. N. MOODY,
CORNER CANAL STREET,
febS01 ptf .ad Exchang. Pl·o.
February 10, 1854.
WINTER CLOTHING, AT COST, FOR CASH.
r From this I. we will offer our Entire LStock of
WINTER CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS ATTHE
ACTUAL COST PRICE.
Every Article will be marked in plotolger.s, from which no de.11
Gon will be msde.
.pprtunolity too do o with
SUPERIOR 0OODS AT A VERY SMALL COST.
Dearl are intd b g v us sl, aaswe hhave some aricls that we
nill job oEeve UNDER COST.
THOI.PSON, NIXON & CO.,
febllSptf No. 19 Camp .stret, oppolhe City HIotl.
.orrLs Ui Way,
CLOTHIERS,
Corner CAMP and COMMON TS.,. (ade.r the City Hotel.) '
r lN.sra ot.e;eived,o d ere now.opening their anI
NEW AND SUPERIOR ASSOR7"MENTOFCLOTHING.
Their sIL e GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS being vary
argeo and complete, they am prepared to fuAlth their friends and the
publisgenerally with every
ARTICLE OF APPAREL
PERTAINING TO A GENTLEMAN'S WARDROBE.
Seing aooot.ly in reeaipt of the Ioa.t NOVELTIES by every atri
l from. the North, they will malotlI throughout the MIoN a COM.
PLETE ASSORTMENT.
NORRIS & WAY,
foAblSdptf under the CITY HOTEL.
S First in Fashion.
THE JULLIEN HAT,
D'ARCY & CO.,
MAN UFAOTU R KS.
AND DEALERS IN PANAMA AND STRAW GOODS:
WHOdLESLE AND RErAIL.
0.04 S mp e Ne. 1 CHARTRES STREEt.
SfaLt, Caps, etA.
t u1...en: p ADS.e s SaT, 1mpr0ling 11r,.E0rie.)o
to Irw rT a o. to Msmahas(treet.
Roots, shses ..d Srogans,
[! Now assegft mnip Morfolk Landl Insstmoa·eraalm
1rtmeut .f EIOOTS, 0HOES, DROOANS HAYT,LAtOS
,0. ".E.iMEaI'sopp:|nd with prime RUSSRT BROOANS. WOOL
MEXICAN, PALM IGAJ.TRAW sad CAMPIACHM SATE,.
*l I0n04 marketprilces,by
FlIl hAh FEr? & o10.0 Mup . l.lr
R. A SYKES' AUTOTN BSALES.
W h eat, ... .... .WatWet.......... W..........a Wheat.
B' B R. B. SYKES.
TR18 DAY, at 10 oolook, wiU be sold, on
1. L,.., WopaodI. 10*.. B.40am o0.un of .whom It
may-m- 140b W1I600 , hllh d.n.pd.
UrT.a C..k ahbU
G,.de .... .. ""Preeo. a.l ...and Lqusa..
BY R. B. SYKES.
rI R1S DAY, March 28, atlO0 o'ofIok, willbe
i ..Mo Ac1, "t l ºuic Bn pi Isu e n~t
potogIRRAILS1VI t Is UK H JIGS; ,"4i
160 bp5 RIO coFNe i ,t b~rrll BRANDY And GIN 1
I qqep Hol .ed 008,, e_ ..ýýuak. I' JaI. PORT;
100 b :. SPIOM OANDLRBI 1 t boo CODFISH;
Acd ,codny o~h. "r~oNl mbI
Cettdm. ....... I. . ott..0...0..
BY B. B. SYKES..
TFRIIDd:A'Y,' 2t4 o'lock, st.. l at 4 lltitk t l , be
B Limbniot Luf, WI·*, Now0000, H,.6005 ofwhoa11 a r'·I
rgoI4of Br.g N.,te bo.. 1*........ .S.,, P.obeOr
BY R. B. SYKES.
FRIDAY, 24tbt inst.. at 46 o'clock wil be
idol be.. RLXIIUso
t00 b 'bmmLEMONS;
11t but..OURANGKO
180 bhll 40a 00400on3
400400..w. BRIMSTONE.
Ludl.F fro brfl nO.M 00011,
Th. Fait I. all ýtmnw. Rolf, and of NplrlorF, quuty,
10W .04 at l.. Rh. -
.o ..aee... . Tabsddo.............. . Tbase.
BY R. B. SYKES.
ATURDAY, MA..$ inst., at 10j o'clock, will
El b. .d. (oo a~L ·( of m It a 4Y acam· ·w Malta b· IOj
No. 99 t.r. On . dblr dm. LI· O0 btud-
Vhe .t t.CI' DIWIINGTOACCO;
150 b,40.1. OAMPAGNE WINS;
100 bsrb WHISKY
40 beu 010 00110k. WrT.s.Cub. embtg
]BARD, J. A. & MAY, AUctton0eek, Ap.
2eamoval.
1r We have remova to No. V GRAVIER STREET, when on
baldnsl wll be MIe led tol. itstal
mht widp o UORROWS & OSTRoOM.
Feraendah Motel,
NEW OBRLANS.,
I Thi wellkan emni.l..mesLt, hav ode-n mpltere.
pain, e.,during th ptllsummer, I nowopel t tthe publlead
PprletLr,grankolfor patrvor ,wmldolid . thetbotla~a at
r Le x.Ommodationlofor Familll re aun.E d, ay Ho
inthe lSout. [o" poWIf] I J. W. YOUNG, rprvtor.
Bcweil '. Taylor,
NO. 15 ROYAL STREET,
IMPORTER OF
WINES, LIQUORS, CORDIALS, etc., etc.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIl,
Wre .d,rtlemsoo in n.other welm.. dip Spt.
Creme 'De Bouzy Champagne,
JACQUESSON & FILS BRAND.
A entirely dil'remnt. Mle from the Crdme d.o BIty . other brudo.
I NOW LANDING. ItOba.k. of tes etb. a.d Aet.rbMad.1.
quart. and pt d will renoli, in th omow of a few day., "tiM
further supply,
Thil Win. is d.,l.dly up0eior to 0ay ether hso.l importe4
Into thl. rket, t. Ii. walI S...o. by 11 wio hto.L tried IACQUOROoN
A FLS Brand of elbr.CEMR DE BOOUZY or F¥1.U DE SILER Y.
IT Al. on bhand, my .MI a.ortme, t of the bat WINES .
LIQUORS i. the market, whlhh will .beM .adon.r,....able tmm,
aony th beoort lath city.
J.ole ptf SERWELL T. TAYLOR, No. t1 R~ay.1,ret.
Silverware .Jlanufactory,
CORNER OF CANAL AND ROYAL STRIETS.
IW The..,IbeOM have now oe uad,, od are atskitly r.Mvl.n
from their factory In the city,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF SILVERWAR, S
of the rclheat and newest patters, suck w ;
PLAIN AND CHASED COPFEE AND TEA STS;
COFFPP CUPS AND SAUCERS;
CAKE RBET.SKT•
CARD RCYR EC STAN
FOW DER O6XR I
PUNCH OOWLS;
TOILETrE ROXTCO LS
CANDLESTICKS.
HNAPKIN RIr;*SOBLUET
In dion rto utor usual ossok oh CUP
FORKS; SPOON.;
CRUMB SCRAPERS ; F11i CARVERBS
SUGIR SIPTERS; SOUP LADL.,
PIE, CAKE, FISH, DESSERT and PICKLE KNIF.S;
JELLY, PRMEERVEand GRAVY SPOONS, elc.
All of whih are .worrted .0
PURE SILVER.
IW For sole by SHYDE & GO(,I)RICH,
d t their NEW ESTALISHMENT ,
die Sp.ol n*.r C-.0 u.Rd ,osI.,tet.
The . T Orleans Printing lou.e,
A NEW AND ROME ESTABLIIIIMENT.
SECOND FLOOR OF No. OS CAMP STREET,
(BIetween Poydr and Natche,.)
Propreto W. AC0r BSERMAN
rtt{ DWASD C. A.'IaiTb ).
1V At thib Eteblibmeol .,n eNAeuGd HIICAPLY, NEATLY a.,
EXPEDITIOUSLY, t11 tiod. of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
IN ENOLISH, FRENCH JIND S.!'.-NISH,
.... sB e o s ....
BOOKS, DAY, CASH and USDER BOOKS,
PAMPILETS, BILL, RECORD AND IINVYOILO
LAWYERS' BRIEFS, BOOKS, te.
BLANKS FORPUBLICOFFICRS, DIARIES,
NOTARIALBLANKS, SALES RECEIPTS,
CUSTOM HOUSE BLANKS, COTTON PRESS ILCEIPTI,
INSURANCE OFFICES do. STEAMBOAT BLLLS,
COUNTING-H ,US do. SHOP BILLS,
BANK OFFICERS' .d. STEAMBOAT AND STEA.RIIP
POREIGN SMPORTERS' d'. PIOTESS,
CIIECKS, STEALMBOAT CARDS,
CATALOrUES, BUSINESS CARH,-,
BILLS OF BXCI IANG, BILLS OF FPL R,
DRAFAS, WINE LISTS,
NOTES, DRUGISTSm'~eABE rs,
BILLS OF LADIANG, HND-BILLS,
MANIFEST HBEAD, FIRMBEN'S CERTmIFIAT-P ,
CIRCULARS, BALL AND SOIREE IN1 ilA
JOURNALS Ind LEDAERS, TIONS,E tc., et
- D- PRINTING IN COLORS. 'A
BALL AND SOIREE INVITATIONS, BILLS OF FARE, e.,
.... r s. t ....
GOLD, SILVER, CRIMSON, ESc.
D We hove p.llar I.Eilit, fIr RULIONG . FINDING.
3 We haove jut rIved " ch.ice stock of PAD"Y EMBOSS.ED
and COLORED CARDS and PAPMS, 1f vrios, .1., Rleted .,.tI
grant rae, and which we wII parin r dneispmi of thrwise at miodsrn
1 We are now prepare to prlut
POSTERS, OF LARGE DIMENSIONS,
POR SHOWS, STEAMBOATS, STEAMSHIIPS,
IS PLAIN OR FANCY COLORS.
3 W .W .s HOE'S POWERad ROTARY PRESSES amI RU
ALES' PRINTING ENaINE-l. bat now. G o.
a CI and ea·mine our npseimse trod price for .il kind. of the
'ork abye.mmnrted. jmml11 I,
To the Ladies.
MADAM PLATEN
f R.peaotfully offers h6er srviee to the LCdi,. of New Orlean. ¢.
the SItSent oIf the following dir.: PROLAPBUI UTSTilU
WIIITEB, PROFUSE ABND PAINFUL MENSTRUATION, r'-1
DORGEMENT AND ULCERATIONOp THE WOMB.
ThetretmenLadepted by her I. thatwhich ba. smttheI ,ov,
the montdiatinfalahd Surgeons of Paris, London and New Y >rk ; en ,
tIo ouce. heBre, of which .she a ample testimony, and the n,0y
rapecpblaadi. he.eAsn reerIto,uitlI. hb.rin yingtItbIalldi, A..
of the Uteru, ot of earY.Ira nomre', be eared.
MaIdm P. devotes. berielf.lively to the dlua..I o.Lie.rsAl
IbeCoG.lu.id DAILY, .t heIGd.ae,,
mylI Iptf 18S St. JoSeSh .steet.
D-rugs, JPledlcinesand ChemifcaltA.
Dr. E, J. COxE, No. 95 Camp street.
3 lI. K. S. COXE'S PREPARATIONS, i. etnir.e s ..s
uearly ifteen years, haer by their intrisllr ratitl acquired ·reputat
,ns-rpMsed i r equaled by any similir one. wade in the North.
SOUTHERN COUGII BSEtP.
EXTRACT OP COPAIVA,SARSAPARI.IrA AND CUBEBS.
AMERICAN COUGH LOZENGES.,
CHOLERA SYRIP AND PILLS.
POWDEBR AND OINTMENT FOR THE RELIEF AND PA
MANENT CURE OF THE PILES.
5 FOr el1 by DrAggt genralJly. jyS 9pl'
Drusgs,.leditcnespetP mery, et:
Q"TAe .,brsAG.r wld 114pIe.helyiai 101hIIBAIIIIA of
Plotr.o PhyAit .. and F-mll lto hi well ,snorted tock,
WrprAisig evry tirein hirell De ofsl·. ,I.ell of wlhiUhjh
*geminlton, will b fondA FRESH ANBDoEtUIE, Du ;it
wll lb·sound at thi·eotablishmeot with all the populer Anltr l We.
-ouch CONRHES. BLUE LICIetc. sew. BaoRoo,. l0p5licO :
-e-o5Sbil term. with PURE HONEl' ESENUE PEPPERIINI
OULEY BIYTERB, . . THOMAS RANEIN
EpI daWlipi DBruOgiBSd Apothe.syAcor.,Cnp sd oydr,.t,
F. I. Knapp 4 P. S. Chandler,
DENTAL SURGEONS,
104 COMMON STREET.
(Oppoete the Prir·le Entrane of the St. Charles otel.)
r F. H. KNAPP Ciavig had morea tan yIa,,)ear.s' pracsie,,
.is profs-io, and Sling ewianted with Dr. CH, 'V 1LER, . geutlem.
of shill and eapbrimnee, li onfidenL they elf pl.w, all who way honor
t-em with their p0Aproae,. S dAW,
Charles E. Kells,
(Ifrs N.Y. TSr5.
DEN1~ITT
W ARTIWICIAL TEETII 55.11d in IAe bet
BaNKING HOUSE, $1 CBI1 , treet
BOSTON, BT. LOUE,
NEW YORK, ILOUIVS1LLL,
PHILADELPHIA, OIN0W NATI,
BALTIMORE, NSfV' .L~l
,. LN FRANCISCO,
(- YMAT REWSN. WINr-.l.,
NSURANCE AND BANKING AGENCY
C. C. LATIHROp, Ament,
urmed to 96 Camp it»., thid deer &bows the Old 1:;ndo
SDEPOSITS RECcNVD.
DISCOUNTS AND ADVANCES MADE.
096 EXlCHANGE ON ALL THE PRHC''PAI. CITIES,
- CHECKS OH BANK OF THE REPUBLIC, N .W YORK..
AND BANK OF COMMERCE, BOSTON--or It ,., ORH t.O
C-IGAR, MEXICAN AND PLANTATION
.TOBACOO--ThF+uOeiabmnhoe to0a·~u- I..,. •
SlaIH lot it BonHR..., CUB, HRVAvAA FL'':' A,. Il
BON COUNTY, KE-.TOCKT, TENNIR'SE, n! I SIOOC
WRAPPERS AW FILLERS. Al.., TOBACCO OH ," '70,I
ANDP BALES, ulmtdtd 4Lm the M·Y~lan Il1ket ad 0,r P hutle-.
U.. i TURNER A RKNBI. W,
SP TOBACCO ALETOORDR Tob11.tn
BACON-25 cash Hama, landing BY UNRI.
maximSamAN Ma A6 . KNIDY CO, TBTapjr cuIt.

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