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tIeest1 meaenres for the prote.o
Six .frontier, and deolaring that
t a mities will adtiit of no
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I and that it ohaibeome absolutely
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' es arit hýtlp stationed them
# e aeni to awalt the trial of a
t aS beonging to their tribes
t 1 j areetM bor murder, robbery,
t end to be friendly, but at the
S t re they will bhrevenged 1i any
are tinished, snd the' niilea
S40 ladian Agents n00oe at if
i er. neighbors w~ie si t amnoved
eo thine, a ersrf .qtermination
rommanaesaffiithept5:
igaera1 war ouppeihwh4 ` been5 com
b . th .1 theWestern fron
ot, el of families have
btetTo theirg homes and seek
fs alo.o ections of the
SffP}s foe. This is a deplo
alj º t 5the present day, when
the superiority of civilized over
, and the facilities which our
Spossesses of sweeping these bar
from the face of the earth if necessary.
force of well organized and well dis
|ciphinedmounted troops, judiciously posted
.slog the frontier, wonld effectually put a stop
to the dteadfal.tragedies which are continually
being repeated in that unfortunate region, the
4eolaslogsite of the savages and the butchery
ofdttenoeluss families. The Government should
'6.ke immediate and decisive measures-meas
ores which will for ever preclude the possibility
of a recurrence of the present unhappy condi.
tion of the.hardy Texan pioneers.
New PenaIOkoss.--We acknowledge the re
ceipt fi9;A:.Argan of the following works :
TtStar Ohamber, a historical romance from
the l of Win. Harrison Ainsworth.
llackwood's Magazine, No. CoocLXlII.
Wetmimister Review.
Edinburgh Review.
Putnamns Monthly Magazine for June.
We have also received a work entitled Russo
Turkish Campaigns of 1828-'29, etc., very in
teresting at the present moment. Also, the
Narrative of a Voyage to the Northwest Coast
of America, etc. ,
THE FIesEN Comorovassy. - In another
column iill be found a full and clear exposition
of the facts touching the unfortunate contro
ve i whioh has arisen between the Firemen of
'irwOrl ans and of her sister city Mobile. We
oneibhend it to the perusal of all who feel them
evels interested.
GaeD BALI.-The French Society of the
Second Distriot contemplates giving a bail on a
magnlfiA t soale on the 10th inst., the proceeds
of which are to be devoted to charitable pur
poses. A purpose so praiseworthy should insure
success.
AsatVAL os tna CBESCENT CITY.-The United
States mail steamship Crescent City, H. Windle,
Commander, left New York on the 27th ult.,
and arrivpd at Havana on the 2d inst., which
plasi-al il6.ft on the 8d, and arrived at Pass a
l'Ooate on the afternoon of the 6th.
She brings twenty-four passengers and a
cargo of merchandise, etc.
' e:following is a list of her passengers: :
Ssae T o, D ROSehroeder,J B Pecklllss Brooer and
nrasnt, o Caldorado, L Amend, Madrigal and lady, P
b heooeh Cordons, a Labatut A Badloioe. 3 W Tate and
tea others.
Thanks to thesteamers Aleck Scott and Sara
nac No. 2 for late St. Louis papers.
It is said that the mud deposited by the river
Nile, init~gapueal inundations, and which is so
,celebated flr its richness, has been examined
Sti. Hhrenburg, the celebrated microscopic
philosopher, who finds that its great fertility is
owing, not so much to any peculiar mineral
contribution, or the presence of vegetable mat
ter, as to the vast accumulation of extremely
minute forms of microscopic animals, which by
their decomposition enrich the soil.
COLLEGE REBELLION.-There has been a row
at the Alabama University. A student, for
cause, was expelled. His classmates and oth
ers denounced his expulsion as tyrannical, and
asked the Faculty to explain. The Faculty de
.dining, not less than fifty of the disaffected
withdrew, highly incensed. All the Mobilians
werereckoned among the incensed.
AnMlVAL OF THE ARMB STORES IN SANTE FE.
Qn8snday.vening, the 9th May, a train of ten
wagons ar8ied from Alburquerque, loaded with
commissary stores; and are destined for the seat
of w.r, in case the troops are in want of provi
sionS. The wagons came the whole distance,
eighty miles, in two days, and each one is loaded
with about four thousand pounds of stores.
Goon Tuw.-A foot race of ten miles co
Sourred at Eagle Harbor last April for a purse
of #100, which was won by a half-breed named
Antoine Le Due, who ran the ten miles in 58
minutes, beating two Indians and an Irishman.
After paesing the naming post, the admiring
spectators undertook to bear him away upon
their shoulders, but he released himself and out
ran them all.
The Nueces Valley states that bonds to the
amount.of $60,000 had been authorized by the
corporation of Corpus Christi, under the re
cently amended charter granted for the purpose
of deepening the channel between that place
and Aransas Bay. The work is to be com
menced immediately, to be completed within
one year.
The Spiritualists are holding a Convention at
Salem, Mass. They might get some raps by a
visit to Boston just now.
FeURTHER PAXTOCUoLAR OF THE BOSTON SLAVE
CASE.-The examination in the case of Anthony
Burns, the alleged fugitive slave, was resumed
at half-past 9 o'clock, A. u., on the 30th ulnit.
The court room was less crowded, and there
was far less excitement outside.
Mr, Ellis resumed his argument for the de
fence.
Anumber of witnesses were examined.
The examination of the eleven persons ar
rested' or riot on the night of the 27th ult., and
also charged with the murder of Batchelder,
was postponed until Friday, the 2d inst.
The police court was crowded when the prison
era were brought in.
Court Square was comparatively quiet on the
80th, not more than 500 persons being presert
at any one time. The reportthat Wendell Phil
lips and Theodore Parker had applied to the
Mayor for the protection of their persons and
property is incorrect.
A detachment of forty marines from Ports
mouth (N. H.) Navy Yard, under command of
Capt. W. S. Young, arrived, and were quar
tered in the Court House. Two companies of
Boston military c:ntinued under arms in the
City Hall.
The citizene of Boston generally were becoming
tired of military display about the court house,
and urgent appeals were made to have the slave
ease adjourned to the Navy Yard or one of the
Government islands. A telegraphic dispstch
to the New York Herald says If the trial con
tinues much longer, it is not improbable that
-ncle Sam will have notice to quit the court
I w isia~ ty by property7 and l4 , a taca
kTEST TELEGRAPHICl NEWS
TO THE NEW ORLEANS DAILY OCRESCENT.
Il the National linh,
U BROOKLYN RIOT.
BalltnORE, June 6.-The latest accounts
fron Brooklyn state that the military had been
called out, the Irish troops having turned out
voluntarily. A policeman anda boy had been
killed. A serious collision was apprehended,
and great excitement continued to prevail.
New York Markets.
NEw YORK, June 5, P. x.-Corn is rather
lower, and some 5000 bushels have been sold at
780 per bushel. 1he Pork market is unsettled,
with sales of Mteb ~....12 50 to 13 50 per bbl.
Of Lard 2000 bbli .have been taken at 94c.
Rio Coffee is dull and unchanged.
fire in Louisville.
LJosvIn.L, June 5.-A'fire occurred here
thtshmorning, by which the office of the Courier
newspaper was slightly damaged.
OxCcrlweATI, June 5.-The river here has
fallen two feet since Shturday. The Flour mar
ket is very firm. Sales of Whisky at 23lc. per
gallon.
Ohio River-Steamboats-Markets.
PrrssBURG, tune 5.-The river here is failing,
with 4 feet 4inches water in the channel.
LOUISvuILL, June 5.-The river here is yet
falling, with 6 feet 6 inches water in the canal.
The steamboats Empire and Gulnare have sailed
for New Orleans.
Steamboats Passing.
VICKSBURGo, June 5,--The following steam
boats have passed here during the last twenty
four hours, bound for New Orleans: Uncle
Sam at 8 r. u. yesterday; Aleck Scott at 7 r.
u.; F. J. S. Trabue at 4 this morning; Ante
lope and Iroquois at 8 this morning.
ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA.
ONE WEEK LATER FROM EUROPE.
COTTON DECLINED.
BREADSTUFFS LOWER-CORN IMPROVING.
Money Market Stringent.
NEw YOaK, June 6.--The Cunard steamer
Niagara has arrived at Halifax, bringing dates
from Liverpool to the 24th May, one week later
than the accounts brought by the Asia. The
following is a summary of her commercial news.
Liverpool Markets.
. LIvneRooL, May 24. -Holders have been
pressing in the market during the past week,
end the sales, since the departure of the Asia,
embrace 41,000 bales, of which 2000 have been
taken for speculation, and 5000 for export
Prices according to the circular of Messrs. Mil
ligan, Evans & Co., have declined about ad.,
and they quote as follows: Fair Orleans 6Ac.,
Middling 5tc, Fair Uplands 64c., and Middling
Orleans bd. Other circulars quote the rates as
oominal, and others again make the decline lto
id., the principal deduction being on the Mid
4ling and lower grades.
The market for Breadstuffs has been dull and
drooping. Dennistoun & Co. say the market
opened at the beginning of the week with a
good demand, but prices fell off toward the
close, though the demand copntinued fair. They
quote Flour as having declined Is. per barrel,
closing at 38s. Gd. for Western Canal and 40s.
3d. per barrel for Ohio.
The same house reports that Corn had ad
vanced Gd per quarter, with a fair demand and
quote yellow and mixed at 42s, and white at
42s 68 per quarter, the demand being fair from
the trade and holders firm at these rates at the
close. Other circulars, however, quote white
at 40s to 41s per quarter.
Gardner & Co. report the Pork market firm,
while Lard has declined 3s. per owt.
Money Market.
The Money market at London has been more
stringent, but the rates for Console have ad
vanced.
Havre Cotton Market.
Advices from Ilavre to the 24th May, report
the Cotton market without any change of mo
ment. The demand had been fair, and the sales
embraced 9000 bales.
Election4n Washington City.
WASrIhoros, June 6.--The election in this
city has resulted in favor of the " Know-No
things," who have elected their candidate for
,Iayor.
New York Markets.
NEw Yons, June 7.-There have been further
sales of 8000 bushels of Corn this afternoon at
78 to 85o. per bushel for ordinary to prime lots.
Pork has been in moderate request at previous
rates, closing firm, however, and with rather an
upward tendency. In Lard only a limited bu
siness has been done, at unchanged prices.
Sales of Rio Coffee 1100 bags at 106p. per lb.
A CATasTTROPnE.-On Friday last, says the
Saybrook Mirror, the wife of Mr. Charles Pratt,
of this place, was very seriously injured by the
family cat. Mrs. P. had sat down for a few
moments to converse with a neighbor, when the
cat came into an open window, and immediately
jumped at her face, scratching her head, neck
and arms, in a most frightful manner. The cat
was the pet of the family, and was always very
docile. It gave no previous signs of disorder,
and was as quiet as ever a short time after its
attack upon MIrs. P.
A correspondent of the Cleveland IIHerald, from
Eagle river, under date of April 18, says that
on the previous day a man was killed at the
Copper Fall Mine, by falling eighty feet down a
shaft. The same morning another was blown
up by a blast that is supposed to have gone off
accidentally, while a man was at the bottom of
a shaft 810 feet deep, in the Waterbury Mine
Heretofore some have been frozen to death every
Winter, but he has heard no case this season.
Rlor IN MnIDDt,ETOWN.-On Friday the agents
and friends of the Administration fired a salute
at Middletown for the success of the-Nebraska
bill, in doing which a man was killed. On Fri
day evening the people tolled the bells to signify
their grief at the passage of the bill. In the
evening tar barrels were lighted by the Admin
istration party, and a row ensued in which a
man was stabbed, though the wound was not
fatal. Truly the mischievous effects of a viola
tion of public faith show themselves thick and
fast. [New avenr Journal.
Boor SNATlrcnl ExrrnAoola.sdtv.-TheElgil
Palladium of the 18th has the following account
of some events which transpired at Naperville.
after the execution there of Doyle, on the 12th.
Who are the medical marauders from Chicago
" After his execution, a most disgraceful scene
took place, between certain physicians and
others, in relation to the body of the murderer.
After the execution the body was delivered to
the sexton, under his solemn and repeated
agreement to bury it properly. lie proceeded
with a physician and his student to the burying
ground, where a grave had been previously dug.
and lowered the coffin into it, and then pre
tended to have business off at a distance from
the grave While he was gone, the others un
screwed the coflin, took out the body, and it
being thought unsafe to move it in the day-timer.
they hid it in the corner of the fence, and went
away, and the sexton buried the empty coffin.
"During this transaction another physician
and some others were watching them, and as
soon as the first set ofhyenas left, they stole the
body from the place where the first set of thieves
had put it, and hid it again in the woods. The
first party coming back and finding their booty
gone, very naturally concluded that the body
was in the woods near by, and laid in watch
As soon as it was dark, as was anticipated, the
second gang came with their wagon to take the
body away. It is said that knives and pistols
were drawn, and threats made, but they did not
go so far as to use them; and the disgraceful
row was ended by the first party buying the
pretended right of the other, and took the body
to Naperville. About 11 o'clock thesame night.
a set of medical marauders from Chicago entered
the graveyard and opened the grave, but finding
nothing but an empty o-n they were saved
the ifa-cy of robba? g it,'
NEWS OF I'" CI1 Y.
THE COUNCIL.
BonA. or ALssERaEN.-This body met at the
usual hour, and the question of the Mobile Rail
road attracted more than an ordinary number
of auditors.
A letter was received from Alderman Gil
more, stating his inability on account of sick
ness to attend, and regretting that he could not
do so in order that he miget vote against the
Mobile Railroad.
A communication from the proprietors of the
Picayune was read, asking an increase of pay
for performing the public printing, and stating
that when they accepted the public printing,
they did not fully understand the ordinance de
fining the duties of. City Erinter and fixing the
price. The communication was, on motion of
Mr. Gordon, referred to a Special Joint Com
mittee of three members from the Upper Board,
and - members from the Board of Assistants.
Messrs, Gordon, Durel and, Lugenbuhl, were
designated the Committe.
Sundry communications and petitions of no
general public interest were presented and re
ferred to the proper Committees.
The Finance Committee not being able to agree
on the resolution from the Lower Board instruct
ing the Comptroller to pay to the credit of the
School Board of the Third District, some $83000
expended by the Board in the repairs of school
houses, recommended that the question be sub
mitted to a vote of the Board. The resolution
was adopted.
A resolution to pay the New Orleans Bee the
sum of $1276, was passed without any opposition.
Mr. Durel stated that on a close examination of
the bills presented, he found the amount charged
to be less than customary. It was all fair and
honest.
Mr. Gordon resigned his position on the Com
mittee of Streets and Landings. Mr. Durelwas
appointed in his place.
Mr. Durel resigned his position on the Com.
mittee on Work-houses and Prisons, and Mr.Gor
don was appointed in his place.
(At this time the Board adjourned to meet the
other Board in joint session.
The ordinance from the other Board was next
taken up, authorizing the Mayor to subscribe
$1,500,000 to the Mobile Railroad. The docu
ment was read at full length by the Clerk, and
a long debate ensued, after which the matter, by
a vote of 7 to 4, was postponed until Thursday
next.
BOARlD Ov ASSISTANT ALDERstEs.-- This Board
met last evening in regular session, 22 members
present and Col. Campbell in the chair.
A letter from the City Surveyor, furnishing
the Board with information in regard to what
portion of the real estate, belonging to the city,
could be sold. Referred to the Finance Com
mittee.
The Chair appointed Messrs. Place, Olivier,
Lynch and Reid, a special Committee on Con
tracts.
A lengthy report from the Surveyor was read
and appropriately referred. In this report, the
Surveyor applied for the appointment of several
assistants, and Mr. Place, in some remarks in
support of the application, stated that for sev
eral years, in consequence of a lack of strictness
in the supervision of contracts and contractors,
the most gross frauds had been practiced upon
the city.
A resolution was adopted asking the Upper
Board to meet this in joint session, for the pur
pose of completing the election of School Direct
ors.
A resolution was also passed to concur with
the Upper Board in declaring all those persons
elected who had, on the previous occasion, re
ceived a majority of the votes cast.
A letter was read from Mr. Pili6 in regard
to the subject of a new plan and plan books of
the city, by which he alleges an increase of the
amount of taxes under the present rates will be
experienced. Referred to the Judiciary Com
mittee.
A petition fronm a cab owner, asking to be re
leased from a tine imposed upon him for an
alleged overcharge by one of his drivers, was
laid on the table.
A communication was read from the proprie
tors of the Official Journal, stating that the
rates at which the ordinance had fixed the city
printing were entirely inadequate, and asking
that the Council take the matter into considera
tion. Referred to a special joint committee.
A report from Joseph Etter, presenting an
exhibit of the present condition of the Police
Court of the First District, and also certain sta
tistics in regard to the amount of business
transacted therein during the past month, was
read and ordered to be printed.
JOINT SESSION.
The Board of Aldermen was then announced.
On motion, the votes taken on the occasion of
the previous election for School Directors of the
Fourth District were counted, and the following
persons were declared elected :
J. M. Burke, Dr. Copes,R. Mf. Ellis, P'. Nor
mand, T. A. James, L. Fash, E. IIeistand, G.
Frierson, -- Mount, - Renard.
A member then stated that Dr. Copes had au
thorized him to offer his resignation, which was
accepted, and the chairman announced that two
vacancies now existed. The Board proceeded
to the election, and Mr. J. 1'. Sunderland was
elected upon the first ballot and Mr. James
Brewer upon the second.
The Upper Board then retired.
The Fire Committee reported (a minority re
port) against the proposal for the building by
the city of the Fire Alarm Telegraph, but de
clared that it did so in consideration of the fact
that the present financial condition of the city
would not permit of its availing itself of this
valuable invention. The majority report of the
Committee was read last on this occasion, in
favor of the above Telegraph, but the minority
report, against it, was adopted.
DMr. Stith, who had voted in the affirmative on
the minority report, now gave notice that he
should demand a reconsideration of the vote at
the next meeting.
A bill for sundry supplies furnished the
Work-house produced considerable discussion.
Mr. Place stated that he had lost all confi
deuce in the correctness of the accounts of the
city Work-house, and further stated in sub
stance that such confidence would not be restored
so long as one of the officials, Mr. John Sulli
van-whose name had become notorious from
its connection with the Seventh Precinct busi
ness--was retained in his present capacity in
said Work-house. Ite had examined hiliself
many of the charges made upon the books by
this man Sullivan, among others. one for a bar
rel of whisky, which had been charged at 40
cents per gallon and was worth but 20.
Col. Campbell (who hadh relinquished the
chair to Mr. Dolbear) wished to know if the
member was absolutely certain there was any
disproportion between the price and quality of
the whisky; for although a prime article might
be admissible at that rate, rot-gut certainly
was not.
Mr. Place replied that he yielded to no man
in the matter of sagacity upon this particular
point, and he had satisfied himself that the ar
ticle in question had not cost more than 25 cents
at the outside.
MrI..-Stith then stated that the individual
(John Sullivan) against whom charges of dis
tehonesty and other things had been made no
longer retained his situation, having been dis
charged by the Police Board, and a resolution
for the payment of the bills was accordingly
passed,
The Botr4 eoon.after adjourned.
FIRST DISTRICT.
BITING OrFF ANo.rcR NosE.-Matthew MoDon
aid was arrested for invading the household of
Malachi Finny-he even trespassed upon his
premises, for he bit off the end of his nose. A
warrant was issued, and we presume Matthew
will be required to appear and answer to the
charge, and also to restore the stolen property.
DISCHARGED.-A. J. Baer, who was arrested
some time ago at the instance of one J. P.
Abrams, on a charge of harboring a slave, was
arraigned yesterday before Recorder Summers
and discharged. The circumstances of this
ease, as we at present understand them, reflect
no credit upon the prosecutor.
SECOND DISTRICT.
SOlMETHING LIKE SWIrNDLIs .-Robert Carter
swears that in Febrruary last, finding himself in
a tight place, he :pwned his watch worth $60
to one Edward on a loan of $15: and that al
though he has since offered to return the money,
Edward refuses to fork over the watch. Edward
and the watch were sent for.
Patrick Murphy charged with committing an
assault and battery on Thomas Jewell, was sent
before the First District Court.
The Recorder being sick, no further business
was transacted, and we noticed only two or three
arrests for assaults and battery.
SUPREME COURT DECISIONS.-In the matter of
the succession of Alex. Forbes Dobb, and of
Manetta Jane Forbes Dobb. Thomas Dobb, ap
pellant, James H. Massey, appellee. Appeal
from Second District Court reversed, and tutor
ship of the children awarded to the grandfather.
Mary L. Smith, appellant, vs. John Nettles,
appellee. Appeal from East Feliciana. Judg
ment of District Court reversed.
Sophia Buisson, wife of B. Buisson, appellee,
vs. Stephen D. McNail, appellee. Appeal from
District Court ofJefferson. Judgment affirmed.
Jean Vincent, appellee, vs. R. W. Sharp, ap
pellant. Appeal from District Court ofJeffer
son. Judgment that the Curata of appellee
recover of appellant $110 with costs in both
Courts.
Denis Cronan, appellant, vs. Sam'l. J. Peters,
appellee. Appeal from Second District Court of
New Orleans. Judgment affirmed.
Maria J. Lorzano, wife of L. De Hitor, appel
lee, as. A Mesbre and M. MAlrigny, Sheriff,
appellant. Appeal from Sixth District Court of
New Orleans. Judgment of the District Court
perpetuating the injunction reversed, the in
junction dissolved and set aside, and the defen
dant adjudged to recover from plaintiff and
Louis A. Fawn her surety to the injunction bond
in solido the sum of $20 damages and additional
interest on the amount of judgment adjoined.
Mark Davis, appellee, vs. John B. YMarshall
and Andrew B. James, appellants. Appeal
from the Fifth District Court of New Orleans.
Judgment reversed.
Stephen Htenderson, appellant, as. Caroline
Wilcox and husband et al., appellees. (Injunc
tion.) Appeal from District Court of East
Baton Rouge. Judgment affirmed.
Caroline Wilcox, appellee, vs. Stephen Ilen
derson, appellant. Appeal from District Court
of Baton Rouge. Judgment reversed.
In the succession of Marie Frangoise Prudence
D'Aquin, State Treasurer, opponent and appel
lee, Charles Cavalier, appellant. Appeal from
Second District Court of New Orleans. Judg
ment reversed.
From the Interior.
Cuno.ent.-This dreadful scourge seems to be
progressively descending the Tensas, and is now
within six miles of us. On Sunday evening last,
we understand, three cases occurred at theie
plantation of Mr. William Stanton, (formerly
HIovey's) two of which proved, speedily, fatal.
[Trinity Advocate.
THE SEasoN.-For some time past, the rains
have been very frequent, occurring almost
daily, and sometimes several times a day.
Notwithstanding, the citizens of the parish are
quite healthy, with the exception of those cases
of cholera on Tensas, previously reported.
The corn crop grows rapidly, but the pre
sumption is, that if the above-mnictioned state of
things continues much longer, the cotton plant
will be a more barren weed.
Our rivers, in spite ofthe rains, have contin
ued low, comparatively, and probably they will
soon commence seeking their summer level. The
weather, as is usual at this time of year, is very
warm. [lb.
Tto. WEATnER.-It has rained here everyday
for the past week, and we hear a good deal of
complaint among the farmers that the corn crop
is good, but the cotton is sorry. The Bayou
Darbonne is rising. [Farmerville Enquirer.
SEcIOI'ts AFrrnY.-A difficulty occurred last
Saturday, at Smithport, in this parish, between
SMr. Prevyst and Mr. Sebastian ltobleau, in
which the fbrmer was dangerously cut with a
knife, the blade penetrating his abdomen, and
inflicting a wound from which recovery is un
certain. The parties are neighbors, and the
quarrel arose from momentary impulse, no pre
vious difficulty, we believe, having existed be
tween them. [Mansfield Advocate.
RItX.--For several days back we have been
visited with continuous showers of rain, and as
yet we have little prospect of fair weather.
Corn and cotton are suffering. [lb.
The following, from the Frankfort (Ky.)
Commonwealth, is one of the most distressing
accidents we have ever read:
ItitoRt.LE AC.;c!:sN FROM CAstPiiENE.-We
are informed that on Monday night, May 22,
three daughters of Rev. Mr. Perry, Methodist
preacher, living at El Dorado, six or seven miles
this side tHarrodsburg, were horribly burned by
the explosion of a camphene lamp, and that
there is very little hope of their recovery.
P. S. Since the foregoing was written, we have
conversed with G. W. Craddock, Esq , the uncle
of one of the unfortunate victims, and from him
we learn that the whole three are dead, and
were buried in the same grave on Wednesday.
The circumstances of the horrible catastrophe
are briefly as follows: Mr. Perry, his wife and
infant child, were absent from home, and in
Jessamine county, where he had gone to fill an
appointment. There were at home three daugh
ters and a servant woman. Two of the daugh
ters were grown--aged, perhaps, nineteen and
seventeen. The third was a girl of nine years,
the child of a second wife, and niece to Mr. Crad
dock. After supper on Monday night, while the
servant was washing the tea dishes, and the
oldest daughter wiping them, the second daugh
ter undertook to replenish the camphene lamp
by which they were working, and called the
youngest daughter to hold it. She took the
lanmp in oue hand, and held the top through
which the wick passed in the other. The wick
was still burning as before, and the lower part
of it yet in tihe lamp, but she held the wick away
some little distance from the mouth The other
commenced to pour camphene into it from a can
containing about half a gallon. By some means
it craught fire and exploded, covering them and
the whole room in an immediate blaze, and sat
urating their clothes with the combustible fluid.
The servant woman sprang out at the door and
plunged into a barrel of rain water, by which
her life was saved, although she is badly burned.
The door, it seems, closed after her; the daugh
ters, in their confusion, could not open it. They
then went through the parlor and out at the
hall door, and ran about sixty yards to their
father's store, screaming and enveloped in flames
that completely covered their bodies, and ex
tended at least three feet above their heads
There, and near there, some persons came to
their assistance, and enveloped one iu a quilt,
and another in a web of linen, and succeeded in
extinguishing the flames: but it was too late to
save their lives. From their hips upward they
were burned horribly. The youngest died the
next morning at 8 o'clock, the next in age at
11, and the eldest at 6 o'clock Tuesday evening.
Each r,tained her senses to the last, and was
able to give a full account of the circumstances
of the terrible affair.
BEsoNT's LAST.-A gentleman recently asked
Col. Benton if he thought Douglas had a chance
for the next Presidency ; to which old Bullion
replied--No, sir; no, sir; his legs are too
short: that portion of the man to which the
toes of gentlemen's boots are sometimes applied
is much too near the ground."
The clerk of the propeller lilwaukie reports
that on the last trip to Butf:lo a palsenger,
nanme unknown, jumped into Lake Michigan.
He was well-dressed, about five feet ten inches
high, and an Englishman. lie was supposed to
have been deranged, and was understood to be
going to see a sister in Geneva.
RrPTruRE CRnED.-Sherman'e Curative Pa
net T-H and eputur , ,ntd}-I a 6rl f elnd cc.llort end <ertelm
the prprte.,r's e..u lihment, TO St. Chaule. sreet, aod rnquire for
l. Sh<ran, Tor RW'er prrgtisoi"e, .p peVrteumnit on thud
q,ar eyplts toy t guI. ra m dran lle. pplthleL 1.548 Iq
Fire Department of New Orleans.
'Tooau cannot be onotroverted, toghathoh ousand re
ports aud editorials peek to extinguish, on the oheok of es
the offeAnders, the burning blush of shame."'
71 the Fire Deparmimt of the City of New Orleans : Gao.
m Worar: We regret exceedingly that alrcumstances re-.
quirO ofue. as your Committee, to present to you the o
positive and undeniable proofs of our acts, as detailed in
ourreport made at your called meeting of delegated repre
sentatives, and adopted by them at that meeting, on the
20th of May, 1854.
In again presenting ourselves before you, in self-vindi
oation, we are indebted to our Mobile friends for a text,
which we place at the head of this report, and which your
Committee kept steadily In view in all their proceedings. Lt
" Truth cannot be controverted," is a cardinal principle in
moral ethics, and so univereally acknowledged,that, when A
blazoned forth in pharisaioal adulation. it gives just cause,
in the minds of all, for suspicion of the motives which e
induced so much self-praise.
In order, therefore, that we may prove to you that our
previous (and we had hoped our only) report was a" plain
untarnished statemlnrt of our aceOo," as represented, and not,
as charged upon us by our Mobile friends. " tissue of omi
riprr.estllions," we subjoin the statements made by our
Mobile guests Injuxtaposition with the proofs of our acts,
from which you mayjudge who has endeavored to contro
vert the truth.
" The Committee of Arrangements on behalf of No. 8
informed Mr. Jas. II. Wingtfeld on the Saturday previous,
as they did the Now Orleans Committee of Arrangements,
the vry day prior to our arrival, by one of our Committee
men. that we would present ourselves at the Jefferson end
Pontchartrain Depot on the ensuing morning upon the
arrival of the mail steamer Oregon."
The undersigned Committee, in your behalf, most posi
ceived, or of bearing even indirectly of any such arrange -
meot on the part of your guests.
In the next sentence of your Mobile friends' report, they
o' Finding no Committee to receiro us. one of your Com
mittee and the Foreman of No. 8. prooe ded to Cullum's
to make arrangements for breakfsst and dinner, after
which one of the undersigned went to the city for the
purpose of making arrangements for entertainment that
night."
In the next paragraph they state :
SOn comingto the city we were met by Mr. Paele, who
Informed us that acotmmodatione were prepared for us at
the hotels."'
And immediately following, in the same paragraph.
they say :
"We had not the pleasure of receiving a visit from the
coT alltentire Cotnilloe, but were left to act without the
semblance of hoepitality or attention."
flow direct information given ' that accrnodation we,
pirepared for" them can be acting "wi/hout tlhe r mbalnce ,O
.(ositalill or allentio,." is a poeition so directly at variance
with the incontrovertible prineiples of truth, that your
Committee uimply submit to your candid judgiment.
whether we. in your behalf. made a tissue of mlisen prso
tnlimos" or not when we stated that , acomnodaliors un.o,
prop.r,od' for your guests.
iLuckily. however. our Mobilo friends. in their no.1
paregraph. positively inform you that we performed our
duty faithfully and well. They soy :
i. We held a nmeeting in the meeting-room of the I.nouis.
lana tose Company. and anccpting the invitation of the
New Orleans Committee of Reception and Arrangements,
through Mr. Poole. men were detailed as follows: 00 at
the Cty llotel. 35 at the Arcade. and the remaiuder ait
lb i St. Louis Ilolotel. The company then adjourned, each
to his respective place of abode."
Thu.. goeilemen. you perceire that our preparations tor
your guests' accommrodation were not only medo, but. inl
meeting duly a.Lumbled, accepted by them, and them
selves de tailed in squad, to suit those arraongement ae
reported to them by Mr. T. C. Poole. on behalf of your
Committeu.
Committee.
Immediately following the above aiknowleddment our
Mobile friends say:
When we arrived at the hotels designated, the clerks
informed us that no arraniglnts ho born rinds Iy t/, ; idi
Ci aot.,, and declined accmmordating uo. It was thr n
twelve ohclock at night. and we insited on occupiny g
some place in the hotel at our own eaTense."
Your Committee. in reply to which, can only give the I
following affidavit, as proof of their acts. believing that it
will fully rebut the assertions thoughtlessly made by our
guests :
" Prrsonally appeared before me this day, Thomas C.
Poole, who, being duly sworn, doth depose and say. that
he did, on behalf of the Comnmittee of the Now Orlent
Fire Department, make arrangemeuts for the lodging of
their guests. eomposd of the members of 't WUahington
Fire Company, No. 8. of Mobits," with the following I
hotels: City IIotel. Arcade and St. Louis hotels. on the
22d of May, tE5t." TIIOS. C. POOLE.
Sworn to and subscribed before me. this fftlh day of
June. A. D. Io85. A. I(ttJi ittASON,
3d Justice of the Peace.
Our Mobile friends again say :
Alter this unexpected d tneoymol., some thirty or forty
having congregated in the her-room of the City tiot.l, it
then b:ing bollut one o'clock. wr . ppriid by Mr. cQuig
ley, the Chief E ugineer of our diiariment, that the Ner
Orleans department had at that unseasoonabl hour rhoii
la 'y invited us to a supper., which th,,e present indignant
ly reforetd."
The tb.ve sentence, )tour Committe are free to af -
knowledge, contains the positive and frank avowl. that
your ho..ltalities wrro i"l ,nantllul r'fluEid l " But. we
leave you to account for the parradoxr contained in the
preceding quotations. How someo" Itilu orfolU perrsonsir.'"
who werer . occulying t.,, plac in tIhe ihl.,l " at " o eh2Et
o,'lock." could, '" aut onit o',,,k." ilnduoorantly " refusu
a""thailut iuniorlonble hour," your tupper. chuarilably " ten
dered. is an enigma we are unable to dueiplehr. The fiact.
however. as we *tated. it is now acknowledged by your
Mobile guests. and provesr that your Committee, at least.
tendered "horitlli,' which tihey are egotistirul enough
to believe will bear a " huan, tind Chruuiahlinlhe ctpui
son " with that of " uild u,ttnienu if Pulatgoia." The re
forual of your tendered kindness we are not responsible
for.
The Mobile Committee next proceed to dilate upon the
incidents which transpired at the trial. and with which
your Committee have no connection; but we believe it is
in the hands of the Committee of No. 4 of your city: who
doubtless will give it duo attention.
They next state :
- It is true that Mr. Iti.k, the next tay at 11 o'clock
(we saw no other mmobotr of the Citooitooto, tendered
u a collatlion, to take place at ono o'clook, when It wa1
Jown that wo were to leaot for Mobiie at to o'clock."'
In reply to this. we have to sincerely regret that our
Mobile friends could so much deviate from their own
text. The members who waited on Mr. B, Sostumau were
Messrs. S. .Risk. T. C. Poole, Alfred Belanger. and J. C"
Kathman, who stood around him. and were seen by Mr
A. A. Oossaman, the Chairman of the Mobile Committoe'
In roeg rd to your guests leaving for Mobile at .two
rtlo..k" it wA sor O"known'" to your Committee, nor was
any other of their movemeont; it was ten o'clook,. A.
when we tendered the collation: and had it even then been
hinted to us that tw a onlotck wao their " known' hour
for departure, your Committee would have altered the
hour of collation to ouit their convenience; but you are
already advised how we were received, and we need not
recapitulate it.
It seems, however, that the above mltropreoentations
were not sufciontly pungent to appease the "justly indig
nant feoing of disgust"' entertained by our Mobile friends
for you-they proceed in the tollowing complimentary
strain to reiterate them. We copy verbatim from their
report, and would state that the italics are their own ;
i porldet, that was no hour for a collatiou. tenedred, as
it wao , almost on tho eve of d.parture. The hct was sigl
nificant enough. because it exhibited to our minds a pre
meditated. covert and systematic plan, on tl: part of a
Committee whaih intormed us that too.tmaterront had boen
made foi our roeeption and comfort. h.oon aroroangrnnts
w/t,r, loto h ojd m totcltd, to ahose the confidence we had
planed in the dopartment. and to heap i njultoupot ijury,
under a meritritioit and trtanoparent t.eo of kindness.
hospitality and fairness.t
i "eo fan, t ro o sgtiticanol" as your Committee have
clearly proved, that the only ",roo.., itatur. ro..lt 0nrl ty
tommtlc plotu" adopted by us was to matke 'o arnrrn nt '
for your guestst " or olhfer,. anto that thoste auant mtotts
hald btn o :lcled ' without any desire to " toi, insult tton
injury t'" by a " toanosarent now of kbitolntt :" for wte are
not aware of havoing. in the most idirect manner, tither
iusultld or injurod any of your guests. Your Committee
are again compollod to regret that our Mtobile friends
should so fitr uffer their former good judgmentt to bh
warped by a petty feeling of chagrin ; for imputatios no
unkind uoogenerout and proewd to be untrue, could only
omanat from a disorderedl brain. which we hop o may ba
to you, ats it is to us. suotfcinot apology for our Mobilt
friendso raoh assertions.
In their statement we aso find the following
C The Cotmmittee cannot refrain from seizing this occa
sion tn return tho thnks of thoi Company to Mr. Ilop-o
kins for providing a band of music to escort them to the
Lake on their return."
The thanksabove tendered we fully endorse, and submi
the following receipt as an evidence of one of the 'lod4t'
paid by " us :"
Committee of Nowo Orleans Fire Doepartment.
May 23. 1854. To Jordan't Band, Dr.
For Band of Music to escort Washington Fire Co.
No.0, of Mobile. to the Lake................ $25 00
Receivod payment. JOnooo.
The Mobile Committee conclude their report ae fol
' All other bills contracted in New Orleans ave been
paid, and receipted for, and if the Dlpartmlnt of that otly
hlasve ettld any bills fbo us we should be happy to learn
what they are. Wo have carefully avoided giving that
Department the slightest pecuniary trouble on our ac
count."'
To this we can only state that the following are the
bills'' alluded to by us," in our previous report, re
marking, that it is not our fault if they are not more
numerous :
Geo. W. Cullum, Lake Usouso............ 100 00
City lotel ............................. 30 1H)
Mioreau's Rlestaurant ................... 62 60
Jordtu'e Balnd.......... .............. 25 00
Iaving thus. gentlemen. clearly substantiated, by posi
tive prooft as well as the ackuowiedgmeuts of your Mo
bile guests. that our previous report was "o a plain, enrar
i,.dr! enHtonlt" of fnlets. and not " a tissue of mIlirTr0e.
,statons." we leave our ease in your hands, regretting
that we were oomrpelled, in thlis instane, to trouble you,
but assuring you that we have done
SAMUEL G. RISK. Chairman.
ALFRED BELANOS(R
TIhOMAS C. POOLE,
J. . KATIIhAMAN,
J. JULIA.
PRnoo=soR HEmNR DI MARSAN.-The method
an dbiitI..OftbftfhlUp u,O highly potkt. ot Itthl.e ty,tt in
great iarr amotg tld adl ed g..tl... wo studynd the French 1.1
gttgt. Combinititthe oral.y.LEm withtb .ot of bt t,.ingi* and
'dmlmbl· bok-it is a ouon~bllaad tru...thod~enp~bl. of pro
duoln~gthamattli~raloorrad incontotibia ,Ilultl, and require. a
gntddea )a~tine lb.. nyoth~r .yet.., lidlatdoull y termed"th
anly ..... .ral. tbe only Infrallible one." Prof.... D.MAl.lr hM
formed Day Claene far Ladies, nd Ev~aingCl---- for Gentlemen.
He give. Private nneoa Mr al, t tbs ru.1dnoe of the Pupll,orat
hi. .n foomt. No. 9 Camp rptit, oppotitt the City Hottl.
CAERoStt CtUW.REDr. Framee has the honor
to loform the public that he i· prepared to that all case or thi. fetal
di.....; and It. will GARANTEE A CURE IN EVEtY CASE,
-.pt who. a.. A sltl orga. may b. rrlougy.R ·ctod. 9-0c.,o
Lllaugrsr may obtain mpouc r I t ChACER PCte , .ith Cl nefirou
elf ctlo.. tente to viOitODr O C tCll...iad tttntfre.
A. .a Adodcc. of We .inarily~ n4dhi. l .tolaoo in hl. ytLrm of
trontmont, Dr. F. will undertake tc our* every une of Caouar pre
sente, and ..it. n horg. until the p.tle.t t. rungd. PatiemW
,and without pal. or the nee of the knife. Twenty Dollars out by
mail will IeNr· . package of the CANCER SPECIFIC, with full
di...Uooe forla. . lddraa Da. PRAZ.EE
spll 'lply Cf~ea. 38 St. Churllr rtrat.
Insurance .IVotice.
OFFICE BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS, A
New Orl*aol,, Jn. , l4. .
I,.The Sock of Colton in Preas. being rodlued, It was, at a
metrig held thtlday
..hJ-'d, Ihat on and after thetd 9 th I. the rates of fir l prmII m t' L
Cotaton It Proteti reduuad to the rates .l chrgd previoAs to the
publilltd Iot ne of th. 44th of April. JAM W LER.
eelm 6tJAMES II. WHEELER.
Juvenile JWorks,
Lt FOR SALE BY
THIOMAS L. WHITE,
105 CANAL STREET, . 1.05
ABBOTT'S IIISTORICAL. UVES-Jot.phllw, My Q f So tA,
Qu..n EKotnhth, Xrel, Marla Antolnettl., Julius Cr, Alignd,
Chmrles I. and I. 18 oelf., complete or |,peril.
FRANCONIA STORIES--MadriI WIlil.l. By thles me author.
'ARLEIB'S MAGAZINE. Complete in I. ol.
ARTHUR'S JUVENILE STORIES.
THE& ISLAND tOME.
SWISS FAMILY ROIINSON. 2 vols.
TIHE BOY'B OWN ROOK.
THE GIRL'S OWN BOOK.
BREWER'd SCIENCE OF TIIINGS FAMILIAR.
CRESTS FROM THE OCEAN WAVE.
SANDFORD AND MERTON.
FRANK AND FANNY.
MARIA EDGIWORTII'B MORAL TATLES.
N. B.--A Eitentre Alorttment of JUVENIEE BOOKS, at low
prim0 . ji lily
Cheap Bargains.
P. MALLARD ,
BT ROYAL STREET,
SHs jout reeivoedi per ship. M.ulhotl,, Ocean HomB T nd Char
lemsgae, from nlavra-
Iron BEDSTEADS; PIER TABLES, Louis IV.;
Ladile' WRITING D&SKS; Geat'emoen' Mo,.tr do.;
Rosewood and Mahogaty MUSIC STANDS;
PIANO STOO12 sad CHAIRS;
WASHSTANIBS and DRESSING TABLES, with China Sea;
SOFAS and CHAIRS, of every etyle;
FrencLhIN LOOKING GLASSES and FLOWER STANDS, cot
tage atyle,
A large aelortmlti of CUT GLASSES and CIINA for Table ad
Toilette aerrice ;
Turkil hColthia, TOWELS; Damask Linen TABLCLOTII; ERtra
Fint Freth tmtn English CUTLERY;
SILVER and PLATED WARE, on .Wita Mtet[;
G1LT CORWICIS; CURTAIY KNOBS, LACES, GIM1PS a.
FRINZE.o Boliutl and lailt CURTAINS, tnd all kiudl of
Silk and Worsted natnrial, for Curtains;
400 p Who, of White, Chked anod Fan:y MATTING; a large supply
of WIN'DOW SIIADES;
CAErTS, VELVETB, BRUSSEL., etc., G.
L " U h'l.'lItere ,i ni C Oh itA o ilI Sit dli:in 1, at l tldrale pr.0 ,
Al the rt,. It, t mt, lo o tr tfo trelCd. j.. . p
Consumption Curable.
BEACH'S BREAST LINIMENT
aie Not only too, all tb e hee n I' and . a bo i tlih Bresta , :d, ua
otld B k, obiUolro he .1 I mm t lia nd ri l Il Lth he.t a..1
Throat , ' wh:' h COOl-lO I Iouotoo per n t e loi , o t u 1 p;.l t h lEntrely
tOlhu iuttilr formalt'l o lf tubr tol , 'l ith.e o of tis Lnolllltlt, wl th thlo
I p.arins already l f 'nll , ll w t!,e i hdoeon , .r ain *,y way pred ,l upoll to
,t. 'ho prillnc, o flO tI kolit a ,it i '.foutno d tupn th.e Intlt nnd not
<u.iten c op;:elns of all the eminet, I nedlral An cf ,'.e dey, nll can
set lut be approe' d 1 f. t F0e0r ..ls by
E. D. BEACH, Mi I)., ChUttllt ond Apoith.rty,
Corner Chsrtree and Cuatcmhcs,, tta.
TiHOS. RANKIN, c1rn0r Po)dra.s and Canp st.
I4i; pItw J. SIYME. corner Cane lI C randlWetetr~,t.
'eranda Motel, Xew Orleans.
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
at The Rates y wr bufrl at thl· Hotrl, on and at;er this dat, i
a'Te Rt.d of .3 Per dy, w I l b 11 follows0:
In LndwJ' Gto tlry, Per da.y. ........................ 6O
In entlemnI. da . do .......................... 1 o
Boardo.ly, do. do. pder ek............... ....... . 6 00
yl vp _ _ J. W. YONO, Progtor.
.rew Jersey Zinc Paints.
SThe S.o.crbor, ha.n nw o bhod, end wll be conun0tly
nupihsd, dr'ct fro amhe an.mianory, an usortm.nu of Zs PI'runt, a
mnode by toe eirbSrIte
NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY.
.hlrh th, y offer o ub,. trade .d consumLers on , .eo ,,i ating t.t.'..
the S.OW WHIT. E ,. n,,wuu.rlly ..knuw l eJ to be.C sparlor
x a uen. It wll COVe, a , nu 'h grna ter e,,r an than nq m{ wrlight of
1ard.thus r..de.n g Ir mor* ee,,ll r a l; wsxil,., being ,rru. from ali
posaou.u.bstance, on tlhs n ore of health aut Ua r.command itsla f
to e Iry oa nt ul i faradat ,Ith th d, l.erlious ,- lity of pant mann
T1e BROWVN ZINC po..ss.t. .re,,ar proket lv anA l adlheri qual
714;t , an-l o. 1rlecll y r-on- a~nd-, for !:rn aitd other ,etr db. -.r.
fesr TL.. STONE COU.]. i .,el-t.a -,rrlar propsrt -a to the
Brown, but thl . rJr .. Ltter t.aptled for { a,,l[ng cut b ,I dmgl, d..
PI.e, b S.1o,,, I.i ' o-o..I,,,y .uo te,,I.,. mO,i,,,, :..,,J
by llfllu to be 1uRa , nroL to k.',p fr 'nl anl , `[, fur anry rrau·,labia
tle, In any cbmia~te T b. .' .h I p.rc.,aiely A, . , - C i.
G, Oro dI . I, 'in 6keg "/g. s 1l, 691 I 0.l. IC.. ,n .t-ore ad fO r
i.a y BOCLPLT, WILLIAMS & C,).
w}9 0[11.1
20. JOSEPH IIUF'T, '2
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, RICH FANCY
... AND ...
ST.PLE GOODS,
No,. 0 CAMP STREET, under tl City Int-Ll,New Orl
P bmoltolll . VERY 1i0te STiOCKtn.; n MY O tIlOai oEelDe..lr Y I and
L~rlralernto In VEP. I.AR(,E SZ(KK I)F rr(;t)I) wa V yerarg.
LrnpmJltnd, ard rn)sLmtly ecpplend tLirrughntt O,." y9ar.
SHELL COMBS.
SHnTATION SHELL AND SBUFFAL COMBs, of ev.ry .rl,g an
BRUL4,r .ao d ption, of hi. owa mnnoorour,, aod Lat the
lowest Nourth.nm Fatory p""r.,
TOILET ARTICLES,
8ur.h o PERFUIERY, HAIR OILS, h1AIR PINS, POMATUM,
FANC SOeEPs, ntr.
TINE FANS PIIRSRS POCKET BOORS, WORK BOXES, PORT
ABLE tISKS, ogoter, with an eodle. onYtt 0t PO'RTE Me10.
NAIE0 er,, of every style and shape, and at unusually WLW
UCNS PIsTOJS I'IVKS, COILT'S AND WARNER'S RK
ILVIN PISTO. SCISSORS, 111RAZORS, LITE Pl'YKREY.
£KR, FISHIINO REELS ..d TACKLE, f1..ryy vaity, to..it
th, moltd00rKiond Angler.
WATCHES, JEWELRY, ETo.
"rThestook n thhi lin.,,'ontn.,s of the T. T.C (OOPER, M.
TOIIaS RnY REAKl J2S010111 JO)1N.ON TIOCENRTOT with sOI.
.,.rtnlnof 0WLSS and ENOLIlSII LEVElRS, tog.*'Elrwith 1anrg.
.stck of ue and EASTERN JEWELKRY, SILVERWARE, ow., have
bnee .Ivelted with greatenrs by F. ROBERTS, for many y-ear.. tpaged
In the Wholennal Lulneel, and having b.eu pnreh..le u .dlullvey for
ech. Brent ladurvmnnta wtll be onfferd to pu rrhana.
SEvery oorlE WAR RANTED AS REPRESEKNTED e the
MONEY REUNDED.
1 i7 "'. , war' tVELRY,utc.,CAREFULLY REPAIREDand
YS........,r. . . iL . dill 6m
BANKING HOUSE, 31 Camp trsee.
.5CHECKS ON
BOSTON, ST. LOUIS,
00EW YORK, LOUISVILLE,
PHILADELPHIA, CIUCINNAIT,
BALTIORIE, NABUVI.,LZ,
BAN F5ANUIBOO,
Wlsreskssadnd .. ol4 Ly
d., MAT sAWs. VINLRIIACO.
C'IOAR, MEXICAN AND PLANTATION
TOBACCO.-'The aub...it- have roo.lo,11y Lena .a
in Iola to -t pchr CUILb, IINi*ANA, FLORID01. !IA
SON COUNTY, KBNTUCIY TEUNNESBEE nod NIIJOOURI
WRAPPERS -,,IFILLERS. Oilo, TOBACCO IN HOABIIKKE,.
A 1D AL 01b, 000cwd from Ihe M,.::ro )Morko od tor ilolntntioo
Cae. 'BURNER A KENOIIOW,
l5 Caop Otret nod 439 TBhoApiJ-1,o.y l
TOBACCO BALEOT T ORDER. 004. 114,4109
THREAT NORTHIERN ANID WVESTEIRN MAIL
ROUTE.
F NE CIYOOK, SOS-0
70N ALTra l1,RE, P11lLA1ltii LIIIA and 1-111 ~101 - 1 1.
Bly C.,. .Cla0 S0o,,,:cre.l to. S1. 1--, ,,,-d01 11, SL u01 e, IlL,,
',n Ch-UKc, Uo hnb, ad 001elr k.11'.
riO T'Ifi, fo.,m S. l-t. 11 N.,, YTok-ONE DAY AHEAD UT
ANY OTIIRR LINE,.
'hc llow 4.plen~ldil Stemmer' wrill It- ( .,S t. I-ita, rnnnertinl
:1, tlu 111 ,,,o4 , S, 00 '51 d1,',,, 0011 ' IOM- I,1.1000 o, f-11
01A1.NOLIA.................... CEDNESDAY,, Juno
ALECBIK IOI ........... WHUONRB AY JuAne,
SU111 UIIrMlNI..............O TIIURSDAYBOBI... 6
AL. N0CIIOLAS................ TUESDA1 , Junoe3
BUI.MBULV NO. 1.............. THURSDAY, 6'I.IIC J
1.01,11101S C................... T 'IIUIUR KO, A J., ,"16.
NC,. III :AN ......CO.... I. 1UR DA ,Jn 1
IT,' See rut o S,, e ., o , ,,, ho,. u ry NICIIuLO 1,, woill loa
Ka" Et·-t- lor llr red rn OUgc n1oro Ij1eal~n, Iln o,
rln.orll; n ~ min z l,.ra rot SI. Lclsuenll ? Thrruz' T)'k,,? to nil1
01-00, . Nort 0111 and Ea·Len, a, vIn Lh-tt,,,OBloN12a0d N'o.
gN . DI1P .II r, 11 b00 01011 001d of C. bICHO t.S, 0 e,0 , anod. the
Lt Chllrlae floret, n, at dor to the ilahk~t, If Iuur f Pirkett, I& 1cr
d5 1111 UB, 0,o.l
t$l Pnsllnner. il plunem nnt~cl t tthe Min~lchiesn S-them nuli
S'Cr.di,.,A, 2ICil ,rod L L0oco I, I ,rrtl for eS p l- I,, odr- 1
the1UGoOat Ul,,lL. S1. 0ll homueI U o t LBUi.0 aA.TIKII'uOI
LW II(.o thC 01010.0
N. B.-Parer~ulate ran tench NiagnrMn Yells by iis Lon by olnrcr
P AT, NTn WH¶L ZN tF.r 11b 10 oines
E3T Ruggvze check ed thlrough Rsrl St. I. null.
.101,.CO,,0l, r ,n 0.0p Ps a lrl 1 al thy1 a I en this route, .n"1 f
lasl thatr jeurooy al Ilcnruru, tbo throug~h urtrut sir;g goad for ahe
Cl,,,· 10,0 1½,,II 10152,0 .00
LV Maal C. YIClIOI S ,a the only' 0Ble in0lrh city, wil,' tolholl
tiekele to tlle North by thisa lint coin ha obituili·1. J 6 11'1
1141TENT WH KITE ZINCT,-From the mines
of oyU o ie. 1 ,1, nn1 gn1,. 21lpy,0 of R ,-I .000A . Fr:I..oC,.
Po ., ,0uxII.00011001 By -111, 111 MIX
L Otrr, KIOrlu· N- oN- er noxnese rrltinna; i Leons inm h primd
's thle trrl u h. lenI , e .my m re rnrlar ,;ng vwre Drllirnl
avd &-b .ll; mdl, r! tlle whole, i6 per ecot, ehdlper.
At0 CLUBUABBY A STAILFF., 64 CB, l . t.
ANTEDI. -AL good COOK, WVASHEII and
Yreme ora m li lanlll, ,:-nrd pr·(frrcc. luu-u o t.
Siury ttr~ut. b,:[lo rv ytII· ,d Plsgla··nla· ova soot' frm Pl.
.)RUNES--50 cases jar Prunes, for sale byT
Je7 A, F. COCIRAN A HALL, 916 Gru - c t.
LESIONS-5600 boxes Sicily Lemons in prime
Ie7 A. F. l1CDK P COCHRAN A HA·LL, 36 Onnnlir Itr··t·
Q UININE-2800 oze. in store, for sale by
jS 1.0J. BART A CO..~ S TchoupitoII,.a.Iae.
Q UINlNE-1400 ozo. Palletier in bond, for
S.10, Ay E.0. iI HART) B 15., 51 .oupi, ,Iale.1 je.
PAINTS AND COLORS-The subbcribers,
.F1els fur L,-.ol. Paints 0111,10101, tf.,*It full 0,IB,11l
cool 111urer'. p100,2.
mje7 E. 0. IART A CO., 0. Tr Lnpito,101s.tre.t.
MERCURIAL PREPARATIONS -English
IM Crlomlr pod llue llll Inadde tram chip Nadine,. for l' by
Il I, . KART A CO.,9o Tchoupitouusr ciw1
Pass Chrtestan S otel
W WiUs opn lBhl t sa pton of Vblorl on SATUROA
10thof JUNE. [Jo ,m W] R . MONTS
Southern .mtiltary .aca
LOTTERYI
[ny aUOearTT oe "a errt eo eLwa·a.]
Condrlsod os.An 1 Usn PIlan,.
KFTO BE DRAWN JUNE 90, 2804.
CAPITAL ......................... ..
........... e s d. . .......................... I
oi dP l at ·· o . .....
I Al cCsos*E.Wo ltro a.qto Q liOpoo I .P.I..
SAMUEL SWAN, fb Anoof th
or M. OULEMKNT, OeuTr, l *olt
Motgomer.y, Al.., Mlrlh 19, 854. mAb m
Boots, Shoes and Brog
Plh AT WSOLZSALE.
SNow.eodolfrom I*dP Norfolk,nd letoN i
Sortmont of ROOTS, .0058. BROGANS,
te. .,otoOANo.pplleI with primo RUSSET BROS
MKRICANPALM IZAF,STRAW nod CAMPEAC!;
theS lo0 I m srkeptploly 'Y,
IO .lpdO W / OSY A CI. IS 55,
The AenteLmen
Ar 0.o offrcd g reatsr Isodu wmene thm avr to
SPRING AND SUMMER OLOT
C. B. DREW,
p' They will pNreelS, by the lorin lloig lt of
good1 er at l-1 1I per cent. below the.o reIulSr r0OI
FINE BLACK FRENCH CLOTH FROCKS ........
FINE DRAP D'ITE FROCKS ................
FINE FPRNCH MIRINO FROCKS ................
FINE SILK ALPACA FROCKS ........................
pRENCI MERINOPANTS ..............................
WIITE AND FANCY DRILLINOGS ......................
WMITEAND FANCY IMARSEILL VESTS..........
LINEN BOSOMSIIIRT ...............................
ALL LINEN SHIRTS, (warranted) ...................,.
RUSSBBIA DUCK, OFFICE AND SAC COATS..............
FANCY CRAVATS, per d........................
IRISH LINEN DRAWERS,perdoIe ......t..............
FINE BLEACHED COTTON DRAWERS, poer dOe..;
FANCY SILK HIALF HOS o, per dJs ...................
KY'The. price. 'lBl .e stri1tly .aderd to. All goe4
go.,anotd.
,11 boOt 41W .. .... . W, IA,. w. ,.,l
.X.orrts IraWay,
CLOTHIER
Corn,r CAMP and COMMON STS., ('d.r theCOy
.Ila.. ju.t reoirvd, a.d rl now opening thho..nl
NO0W A SU P'UIOR,, ASo0R TMrVT 0 'cLOTr
Their.act ofGONTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GHof
Iarg. uod complout, they are prepared furniS h their oh
publiegn.rully allh cvery
ARTICLE OF APPAREL
PFRTANIING TO A GENTLEMAN'S WARDRO5
Belong ons.tnty in rornpt of the Iatet NOVELTIES by
val rom the North, thly will mainmaln throughout the uuo,
PLETE ASSORTMENoR.
NORRIS & WA',
usdYst .,nder the CITY
Pan Zandt's .4nft-Diarr
ELIXIR,
FOR THE CURE OFCIHOLERA, DIARRILA, DYSENT
Ir' Thi. mnooloie .00ld L. in¢very fSolly. T.k.:L.
at ou. arrests DS..aee hll"' woa.d p,.ove Dannguroo, if.
lr,.oam trav.lng .hold o h oe a otte wth them, I .o a.
Bowel. are mot likely to or by chaers. or d.t and ils,
.sle by Jl . POTTER & CO., 65 St, Charle .treet, and
.0nnr.Ily.
F. It. KnappS PP. 8. Chan
DENTAL SURGEONS,'
104 COMMON STREET,
(Oppeoa 'the .rivate Lotrance of the El. Chrls Holt
U . t. I KSNAP ohving h1l Inor' than twr.nty year' p
hisprofcrlon,aud obong oaea,,ot.d wnh fDr. CHANDLER,aa
of sk ol and eI'erlno ec, . ondtdent lihy n pih oae all who .
thuem wn-h thivr p.,*lro g<, jao:
.Mledical Inhalation.
L$ Di. EDW. JENNER COXE hnvio,,g .cedd by
lu l.oa ', .no tarlt,og . , Cure, a yfele.r he liae of all remedhlt
th . nos: os . lyrtph . 'i o. of h h PlA o".IpbI o a.od Feri., hul
o ,i'o ..o J.'fly no. erted, that byo o ,oI f Inh.halao ,
lmllll).atablo eIi:",nn;, a a n 5.i, diruh.uw arnd bygtenl
vry- nIX'iuy nala (t Diel.o ol the LOg.olo o Tolooow.5
oil.,ilof, ll uo n.ol,d .eolf tSLo Ll. ,drUig u:.
"" LfoE,.ory onoor.1..,'lollyogoveo byIo plpog.ftNo.o
Spring and Summer CloAth
R. PITKIN & CO.,
37 CA.P STREET.
amThe nu rlribre have by reLtat irrleil reelced arg
tlun to rnr+ý Perk or
SPRING AND SUMMUFR CLOTHIING,
·r.;,', nfý alth,,, thoui rwul La oao l' nt .,vd e· l ·Lm v
INT The Sob.,'ULoo. e ra no r 1 c10 1of oicebo os
SUMMER . CLOTl1 NiO,
Mnf.0ni. trv. l by their Ilou, in Naw York, oorola y f.,i -
rtall tlh, and conr;alg xl dthi deiin w codd o oo.r
ad stoles; al0u, UNDER OARMSN'TS, of ell:.,n'o, 'o
'IIIO.M.ISON. NIXEN &
sT WHOLE1AL.:, -
rats, taps, etc.
St,.aendredu Ha T S, rAe prlisrlg nr. rart
rAU,C,.Si:A]Ed.,IrI'ICIv, OOL,BTRIAW,PAL
AABIPLEJAI IIATSJforI. by (S
/ IAfpdi.W TROFET Oc-_ . IC lal
Sumpter C:lolthing.
F. STRINGER & CO.,'
N.,. as Camp Itr
wlllo ate n oll tih', "'p.
SPRING AND s.M.1IER CLOTIING.
A Ki-ga v.Ity ,of WS OLEN G)i,Sh. ..,Ipd o, the. .0
FIRENCHI SIASINO, ALIACA. LINEN LCi. K,
FRIOCK ANiD ,0i,"rl i COATS, SAC"C0
SMrino, Drap ,r,. W IYa 1 "nl ur I, I d r mad .lrIo D tk
Rich Fgprr, S.ktIal IInr5.1k VS !oR S tei.t Cty
FIRNI$IIINC GOKDto.
New ,ioA CRAVATS, NECK TI7S, I\LF HOSEl ~, Ec.
TRAVELING TRIUNKS,
Or th- latent P ,t1pt M tnu : . sp T
The r9'tv Orleans Prifting Ilouw
A NEIW AND IIOME ESTAIBLISHMENT.
SECOND FIOOII OF No. US CAMP STiIEET
(Sletwo.s FIoyrS.,l No h .)
PI1IO I, w1 SC~TT SIHOPS IC.,
r tLD, WAiD C. WIIAKTU'f
Att lSi. TOCl.ment are eeuted CIIS APLY, NEATLY'
EXPEDIITIUUCLCF, all ksI. of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
LV EN(;LISII, FIIENCl .SII.D SP.INISIL
5OOKS, SDAY, CA-SI llORDER C..k
PAMPIILETS, ILL., RECORD AND INTS
LA IWYERS'SPRIR, ISIo(KS.O, .
BNA KS FOR IU .IC OFFI CE, DIARIC.,
NIoTARIAL BLANKS, ALES RECEIPTS,
CUSTMS-IICOUSB IBCANKS, SIIOTTCIN I'IOSSKECP.1PT5
INSURANCE OFFICES dI. STEAMIOAT BILLS,
COUNTINIII' USE do. SIIOP BILLS,
BANK OFFICERS' in. STEAMBOAT AND STEA.SIS
FOREIGNS IMPORTFERS'do. PFrS'Cill,
CIIHECBKS, STEAOUAI CARDS,
CATALOGUES. BUSINESS CA
BILLS OF EXCIIANGE BILLSOF FARE,
DRAFTS, WINE LISTS,
NOTES, DRiGGSTS'LAB
B'LLS OF LADING IIAND-BILLS,
MANIFEST IHEADS, FIREMEN'S SCERTIFICATE
CIRCULARS, BALL AND SOIREE INV
IOURSCB'nndBI.OLESRBS, TIAIOI.,Itr
?^ PRINTING IN COLORS. -i
BALL AND SOIREE INVITATIONS, BILLS OF FARE, e
....en r n a ....
GOLD, SILVER, CRIMSON, Erc.
t" WhvebIraa pl.ir fncilitI, for RULINSG 5n5 BINDINO.
I''We bnave juet reotvI a choice slek of FANCY EMBO91
snd COLORED CARDS and PAPER, ol varlou. ,, balerted.
gr.atLcare,and whtch we willpr tordiposeoft Olelerwna atin e
w are now prepared to print
POSTERS, OF LARGE DID"' "O I
FOR lSHOWS, STEAMBOATS. STEAMSHIPS,
IN PLAIN OR10 FANCY COLOIRS.
t3" We use IIOE'S POWER and ROTARY 'RESSE.S lnd
GI.E' PRINTING ESNGINE--Iho bl.to i ue.
1 C-11 'led ua ,aon r epcflinnn no d prlc in for indo
Tork b2"_"_"num..~RZ "IIl "!w-."
Creme le Boubzy Ch.ampagn
JACQUESSON & FILS BRAND.
An ,ntirel o d ifrent artl,,I froni I hI Crl, e .C",II. liuur, ,i u Sth*r brn
Niy ,'OW LANDINGIS, ba.ket of the ,,b.vu«a d. ·,1 .t!,r:.nd;;
quart nd pi, and w il .ree ,I, in thi ous., e of a uw dtyi , .l
further upply .
Thin WioR .s lecldedly euptriar o any other Chnmn agnn inlporn
LIteC tB[e I,,rket, 10. .kwll ,,nown i , s I who Il av« tL il o ('.gUES,
A FILS L ,llra o A :1ter CREal K DE ,OL Zy or FN1EUR DESIILEB1
LIQUORS in the market, wkirh will be told on .t rcntou,
any other house "o the city.
anti 901f . EWELL T. TAYL.OR, No.,, ,R,, ,_le !
'City Sank of Cochramn Co.'
ES COanp otrot.
Wr NOTICE-Frowu and afte1,r 'Ill- CC SIX EE PENT. INT5
.;T will h"; pniSd oo ny, IrfC m. thi EBn. pln. abl "on dh :nod. k
EIGHT PEIRCNT. INTEREST paid Oi \ionoy. loftor ony'
fefd ttmo.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSITS is elI,if deSr,-d t erln
r0te0of Ihu1ret, andnoI g outtol ioy U thy C.Cmu--rinl CtialO
United Stnt4,.
SH5ORT LOANS ma'oe oo Undouthld CollaterI,." mhl
Sewell 7'. Taylor,
NO. 15 ROYAL STREET,
IMPORTER OF
WINES, LIQUORS, COIRDIALS, etco., etc.
IFHIOLTSALE AdN RETAIL.
1 See MlertoumInt in another columno , d19 1pS
C.arles E. Sells,
(from New York,)
DENTIST
1ICC.naLI.OdoOrS!?1 BoEroos.t. R.0
W ARTIFICIAL TRETliIr.,ted in tise buet
rao mer. DT. R, willrefurto tuaone now trln•rin6 fCll or pa tud I"
w'ich for BEAUTY, UTILITAO ND COMFORET TTHRE WEARE
esotm he eaewlled, ti .9r
Hats'-Hats.
-' It is idle to Iupp, th1at 1 HIAT s a mer5eovering to k.
of Lhhe .no nodo-it ,. a ou0le 00mahCo,, tho hahhdo.adl S o er . :
oht hadng I to lsthe pidoro--it ie shold to the mohlullrobWol
thO protection of Iho seorium wh, ce o pra thl e h. rdlne t of t,
Ideuo: oa .reer tste o wirIora .IIand oe oII
ý' antlemtlu of taeta. vba will; a H gem 6RE;; and gut ltl LU
.0 s H ATS rom tho EXCELSIO5R hAT REE Ithy :ool
L..the( O load 6 HATS from Chrt'bRD1.,1, snd uoro h
494! DURBRIDoEII VfTALLTTE,1E Ceao.I,
art doonhou th Picayune

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