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F OR OALVES'rNINofAN(,A r ,POr
LAL1VACAO~d MATAGOIL RAY-I)A ,AY-ftPNa
Orlans,1 AOand d &W.OA MOlll d A nll· at.,l L ,inn.-Couh, 0 n
0enwehlp 1. 1I;INIANN r J1'I, t PHmlhlrl;;ir;n wil
0nlo .e nbovr, Iuu~lny frsiibl t II le0nrvornt lu~lnnaln 111 Lnrlm,
(e bj ct to Ilghternlru in 9llntxKrdu RnY,) wkh mt niltn charq. Fnr
rnlghlt or "·lalgl IInVI1P a y nu Isom )· *LL* leat n r lllnolnlloo.
apply to klbltfilH ý hlOBOlN fot n/]olio n Ilrsl,
upyarlte t~iu 8 Ilrlmlll V I~nnJl In.
RTT'ltin I~inu hn nbliabllrP' le an pilot ans 1'. i. Cavnllu llar,
+ill be oul~rer run in unnl oult -1, the + 1Vplrr raicn of it. rap.
- walla
N',II taave I'FUItNBlr V, Jlly x, n4 N o'ehlrXe, a,.
F. T..ALVESTON-New Orleans___
nd' nl Te.n. U. R Mil I:..-thx, .s Ron mrnnK.I
nifirrnt trnmlxhi~J'ERSEV15RANCE, Ja,. S .oo
o n illdxr, rlll lervr re -hove, Tarr iioK Lh.C. S. Manll. h'nr Ipnn
enlyuonly, Ilovln r'Kxylnf tn_-l-o "ll nrl lsu llniol, nrrply to
HARPUa & SIORRA N. foot of :I ielrext,
j.137 4pn. toa.th, SS.f . iA LLaw ,,A.
F`OR LIVERIPOOL.-Thie A 1 fast sail-.p
inu Amraaann Ial.t1 MtAMUIN4IO (, Unptina ---,I
ienn Ixnr unlinK nnl wuill hater o ",linlr di 111·y111 h, Fn~r IcliL.I ' boif
bole, Cotton, a·pply to J. P. WHIT'NEY k Cr). 61 (,IMP et
7, For I'L'ml* apply to thn CAPWI- n~n looinl. 1 f
I11O 1, LIVERPOOL-The fine fst sail-iBii
IinKeA rirna.ha(p OEN. WAnIIl\.ETn1N Cxp,,
.1 i ,. mr. I ir lonl aT, xwl wdl.aI 'yaa.qarkd..pah, ForP AyTA
ul 10* Idbdl oorro or l/lr hat,, Cnuol .lyt
1. I'. 'A Ci5'INSV :Q6 Cemp -!tort.
Iý Fur '__ as, apply a o .s Cnpanin on bun d. jyS
FjOl LIVERPOOL.L-The nAv A1 A
,trnni n i ,chlxpn 'u005 NOI1'IIIEIIY & EAGLE,j~Z
A tdi m a dpnta. For I' Faa 5a .of arna t a 5 .pl,
(5155 EY & LOYEl.t. IlsCe ,an t-t.
1ý- For p..,npe, apply I. ll,. Culplu l on Luxll. lyl
L'ORt LIVEII POOL .- The A I ffa tsail
IU. tag r A. s pnrIg gas y, LAsff FG1ANkEIMS
1.IN W S)5, n In r, . "vinR Ispa , (sass, g,,tt.dtt ,'u;eKasl,
uvnra ho~:aan'xyy rnlxn lnrnRl,L ppl. io
ST. Rlbd nr TlrrlTB I(T b t, 67 I'lnm~llort etreat,
or Io 01N'k VEY h Wt\EII., Ilfi (:ulll m, t.
a a lis i16 5, I
Ot VIEIN RP )OL.--Thein. fast A 1, O Neli _
oniJ:RV u ug, ll lnra llhpalC.1. . ut
Jyy 1, G EAT, WLLVIAMS d: Rlr~r(UP b C'O,,1n Crrnpll
-~11O LIVERPOOLI.-'1hP A 1 New~B
O np i a yasss nlsttt 91, satsgsass.tsasar·tIt r g o
txno ov . 1 . I'. t RI'I`Y CO., 61 .BI rnp .t.
EOl LIVEltPOOL-Tse A American &
.U Alg IRE'IS IICE, gs. a. L. It aas. tssagK
,retnfllrr Irrryoe pnuas;1Igl nvq q.isk Aupyacb. Ftur lrs,,ur ~
,10,, hhd· Toba-r, appyly Wo
7.. s IT f; a QCO., dlC.nptra,"t.
ta' For unenmca, apPly t~ ul. rarlnlil' ~n Lm~rd. ;
FOl LIVERPOOL-Tie A 1 fast sail
, rn ISi, i W.k." ESIWpSE I(,IS,
frx ~ht ot' y40 l. i. u l wln.K ý al , llli I e iu,"l l~ ~ln ,~~ lli r..
I J. 11. lt'll'P.T'`:Y 4 C1;., n I Camp atr~rf.
C"N For pamsl Ka, I. .. in~ uyvil rrim lslumlid:;·,nr nl.l.:). to Lllu
C.on.o"nla~a~l
Saibla S tis,;..,-; a . ' 5.1. .~1
013, LIVE OlOL,---'fhe A lfast sail- 2K
ing A'r. r r ctqwp,. om I eh . K Cý L, J.i l. 5,rt ,,.r.
O K t, lVt, SE c rAL.' - T e pledi.'t A 1
For... . . . , I AF, c4 IIk IJ ' L 'O . 5 e1 mt.
-OR LIVERPOOL.-The nspl finedid A 1I
Ra,t LIVERPO L.-.e A,, , fast . .lt
f(;)' F'\Fi ' A IOAVALA i.A I6 CoA no n 5 t s ,t.
a PA a5Air IAA'sipx +r ,1 ". ; :I:t, , A, j ,
s_ ."'F ""I' . ,...... u. srts ,. .pa
J3'OR LIVERPOOL -The new fine A i
JANE , . h ruas ],s, ,lll1. n l 'u y...
dAptIei Par fre:ýi.A i.' S'`, bL5 r', A4on. ,,p,', toI
NFor r IptF . A A r bl, Y \-i p .. '
-'- . i to Ar. .'}.Y A I ' sU. A , A A.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-The A new Ast
'ORl LIVERPOOL.-The eA fatct sail
(rer.g ht of J:.9 nxif Croton, nap:; .to
J. . 4.it{,:T Y d COE.s Sa rCp n .rt.
r W k L toP ,E( C W r Y .. ý. rq: "y e.. ' treal .
_A "For pVaaEAR,, .IO.I - ri, tA h Ai.AA.A t A n P i a r. C . As 6
FlOR LI VERPOOL--The A I fast sail
Aq A A A 5eri.5ln 5hA, JON5i W.A| AI\'A, i5.,,niAL_
yrY Fnhalver Cotou, l.iy W J.I'. W\5'1'1 .ti .YaO. C dl c mi,
FOR LIVERIPOOL-Th 'he w A 1 tsil
AlAght cf 4VA' as n s Coa.at, ~ N ley t,
J. p , WHITNEY & CO. oI C*. np..,
'OIi LIVERPOOL-The new A ft n-ail
u-. rort. * h r. r el'n l lL| Capita Hr. b,1nn
h ttle Gottol, apply to J.P. W5II'51 : y 1 CO. i ll C.a :, tr'A t.
n. 'l ur n|, ,A AAAA:, ýCiA }iA , .r r , t5, IA
14.",Iln : ()K , LIV tO I s- T A 1 fast asail- I
Sec.ý I: , ., ulo . a ,,, ' rl, "' a lA o t,, e '=
AA R LIVERA POOLA -The A A f ats
..i r-.._,r p[** ,. p,,I,, to the C,,ltv., . . , :,, 11 .- 1, 4
14¶ORllIVl iPOI 01-- ite ful~t-la cIli -
F OR LIVERPOOL--The f -eA rst-c ass i
t FN TýIR ro a, c-*,u ,<
FOR LlErfiPQ~l Y Ah-l~~
FOR LIVERPlOOL.-Thie A 1 atsi
m~e lmrrlrrin :,,p IIATIOI, CVeI VF., t rlV
{ Il··s loEulNVY, xn0 wilt 1 I I I .Y. ii_ 1" ·· FI. li V, V I t
bnl.s rrt w~s pplý to , , '. 1t1/VOA al L(` Fl (.; lll~u stm.I·I
1.no!;,lItLc'l, }t'ILLIA hIn (', . i0 Ci:ul) i"?·
Or F .r p........ ppi II l· CVIII ,,n V Ir·rl 'I' l.
;_Jý OR LIVERPOOLt.--The fA 1 fast s til
i i~g AlneririN ELA A.TIILRNY C VIII , c.1
to·n Y'anu~g, n re loxillll r », I nut. .r Illll~nlin r d pprs . r.:r
lsH ION: A F- ., (:t.. p1 Cmp ¢t.
1W El o t:, N'. t IVIYF 0 I . TCn p ¢fntII
C ~For pnpsngr, apply to tl~e (l:,l:.Y oilClnril. 1:;,
F OR LIVERPOOL.--The A I fastil-m8
An,-,i ;. girt bur CARLLO 31ACtAN ("ant - rgJrnun¢dwf!bne
nll.nntw dipnr VB. Iur LnloiirJ l lnirivL,, apply to
! Or U~. t:. IIY~n0\. il(·n l!, et.
F OR LIV.I\ERPOOL. cr"'ae no Graoin.)~i
TI. A 1 ;It lOOi'. inr elp B~riL T ;;. l~
rlt ill I~arr I:nmxdllnte III.III1( i I: ", CI·)lilv ,o
FOR LIVERPOOLr.-Thc fine A I fast~W
""j"' Am "rrm ,li IIIp1»r r/ 11 ROGER l I9II\V-sLli
A1;7`l, C pni :le ln lanfi Lt, l il·,lrl . FnI l li·ltre .· part o; lLrr-; ,
gxK an ill Lta ,mrdiiLN VýYt AIOVE.L. I C~n
OR L.IVERPOOL-Theh A 1 kst sail-45~f
I·: ol lir II ' IIi g ti~ e L I·I :ir {:art u, Ler .;, L'.' all h. ,l wll 4~v l Ilm
ný.nua B d xpnt-L. For I ll nre of frr il , 10
t"A o t OIFFILY L .0Y 11.1. id Commmon starer.
ORI LIVERPOOL..-The A I fst sail-~
iY l lill ..lP Cp ,lill l 31. R'OICI(P Tplu HhlP ·
I:: .,h; nt ,; 1 :,,- I~lr ii. ;<r .xrKU V~n gngrd. w~ll Luru fwelulllr l, Iru
I'(trl. F'ur Lnnt.,.e (do bn(I Cu:"h , l lnp ly to
my ;t :I!'F k ý' LOYAL, I I Colllmoo Itr~el
jtýOl LIVERPOOLnI.-- Thl ie A 1 fast sail
u~v tlix ý rUOLterr p ur ,. L r gl, ll Lr~ ruu tlauu
W F Cl FSKY Lt,\ + 1Ll., llti ,mop slreet,
11 xx I~lm nh nr, r n ii · I.LA A. CLA 1bl11 K, t ip,.(
F OR LONDO(N--Tlho A 1 flast sailinsg
nm-r 1 hGEO. F'. 'PATTEN. C n. cc, ,,,,
w lalmlaug ili wu. hove garrq illpll Y Rrfrb~hl·,~n~mIlec
hr lW-_burlru . npylg to J. I'. 1W ill'1 \ IN Ylt ., 61 Cnsc, nt.
[7- Fur In.?ixp'l nyplg to tax r-n·Lli nn ,lnlll jul
F OR)R LONDON.-ThAl fast sailing
I Urlllln IhlP NIPTTU\E, t'lrjl .:n RaJIe, ix sou
lau Vlpl u II It C11'.It,4: t ,.I llueui~· L
or to Vcca J. 1'. AsaiaacirY @ Cll , Cl et.
FORp OLASGOW-The A American
-.cha ALBc SC pt yrnvir r AL i W il Iyyr r
54un 1.5'.. JyPJ.P.wil 'l ACV.. BI CVmp aa. .
FOR GLASGOW--The A 1assaing
Amerierro abLll UFTRE {' 17.1, Cnpt. J. rlu l. It
lorxlioR nvJ will hnlrqqilrr diiipntF1 nr lrrirllt of 10l ba'ý"n ýu.uO,
""'" . WllIT4 Y Y CO., I lullrln·««l.
[i Ft Pllxlrg, nplilg to tb^ Cnp~ll s nn b.,.rd. J Ig
E,,R GENOA.--The A 1 farst sailing·~t
E ;il hrr Lxrt U uy!):A\ }.Ali 1.}:, t'apIII Imih Pov..mcr
SJSTE.i l SAD, (.o at Clll
WOR MAIRSEILLES--(Passagerr only 1~i
The A 1Al rn lPx ar ;.1'{'1/
`tu.,. uRall lrsn rlpnr bO . gY ,.1 IRI) h L[
P .F.r I1 ngx ri~4, i" In¢ etI 1 J ur ,·,, ,, d~u ,,,,; a .,plvto
OR ANT\OAERP.-The verA fast sail-ng
cccl, Ac-r,cs ,h,, CEAN EA lE,: l cyc ir , c S,
ntxa untr, hue [hbr 1"rlnrllnl lnl( of Ilrr lilro .r ulrll, x
4p ~ ~ ~ k sc-h.. orl
t101;1 T. F hhil~lt~ IIIIIIAM S~lPC Or CV"5 b 9u nlea Cotton
yp 'to is 1. I-. cli y & a Co t t.,
le __ _ or to . P. IIIac EP ' CO. c Cnmpet.
O TRLE OTE.--The AI last sailing
ý tme nrn Iellp }:\C}:lrCI1 1 It, Cr·li· F. rfilllllid~
R Rr yratar pni o, lur I I~o x, Cg, ,ul R1I1Iw RI On UIP.L, wI
!wý quick dilpnth. For Halo, F of trici, n ,)- t
___ H. AS . Ii RIDGi Ci,). 66 St. Ch-rlA at
Dacashe nFP. y t., tar CIIAlin SI Bwxnl. _ -i
FFOR NANTZ-The A 1 fast sailingiffi
bark JANE E. W ILLIAaIAT. S. m n
Y!L4 l txadmg and will h- ,j.,k dlrferjlltrl i or .mull l1bt a ?
aOI;FA'n, n'ILLIAAIS A CO, 7n Cl-pp x:
F OR CADIZ-(Passage only)-The fio
raze oaallln Alllarllo ahl NOSI O~TII, Cnpcilt e
T 'Romt, ie now k- ieyosnnd liarlllulll h--g. "rngmynrd, rli rr\
qel dpateh. For p-- IIC I,',harmng enpenor eacoulnlali~llusl
i oLh, c~apwu w board.
_ 3. P. WHITNEY & CO. 11 Clginn ,"t.
WANTEUD-A vessel to load for Key&
IT W.},I , ol ofte bele or oo to lft bbl . ApplIy t
I1ARELW t CO.,61 Coulo os.ree,
NIW ORLEANS DAILY CRESCENT.
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, AT 9. ST. CHARLES STREET, BY J. H. MADDOX.
VOLUTE VHI. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1854. NUMBER los.
F OR HARE.--The new fast sailing
A im, - Cn , RUSSRELL, C ,ntin N. B. Roib n,.
Inw Io. dang ttrwrlll hav. e d luln m , al,..ht . For Ir;-,9&
Weer Co, tanl, 11-/ to
ajy4 EIIOART. ILIA MR A CO, 90 W Cimp at
W\ ll , .J'IIURRSDAY, July 4. - -g.
FO LINiE--ihe fast sailing splen-.___
,I dimC l ship FAIL WST, HnttT. , malte r
hnvil , 1 .11 rl .r er gnyad will oil w aLovn For pa..au, Ilnvu,
largx and rnulturtabl ufalllmodgtiohl , apply on hoard, Post ,AI
F'irs t v,.t rt 'to
.y . R.O :RT. , WILIAMS.. C,9 C,. I, ..o!,
WILl ,o FRIDAY. Jtme 31.
lOR AVE.--The splendid fast sail
Ins N. York psl.t .ilp JI EO LC ., Plorc, msJ-.
ter, ha· all h" cargo0 ergaPl .ld ,wil xa,L w nb luviu. Lb- I· alg',
ppli, to JNO o. i1 . ,sDs lUFI & CI)., 1. Mn.1a/i, it..,
1/ r tn 5FERT. 55I.I.IAhh ii'5i9 f.r c,,l
f'OR lAVIRE. - Ready to receive
ta sro-/'h- N*w York vpackrI hep WELI.INS .
I'/.O , n t w 5,I·Y~ S, have t ui k dlpatchh, i,,,i h
carg.,.ngngd. Forfrtlght.f'.9*,toP, f Cottur a,,I to
C. HIsLLIAiI i . 1 ICl, l n irr,
or to . P. WJIIT.'I' a C'), l: B n,., .t.
IM' For 1,,cage, apply, bLord. . . . .
0i I II{AVRIE-The A I fast sailing,
favor * parker ship IIELVETIA, Cm'., ,tam M',,4
, r now ,lr lin rrhd n w ill h a , inr. a rch. For fr.ln, n1 i t
bl p i Loton, appI) sn WIILIA.d % H.11 i:iK. I i (lllllO n I ti
nr to J. P'. .111'1 EY & CU, C1 (islrp st.
s ls FAr ps.ige, havLIg xtendld .......dati .. apply tiIh Cai
tk# 5, s Lo4r. J,,I
n01L IIAVREr-Th A1 fast sailing -
1 t,.i, FA'X IN lo n tr, s te, m i l oa g r l-No ,
* l hsv. .u gn' dIliath. Fur ir.lebt or+l 5 1a, eCotton, alpplyw m
J. l'. WHI'TN.¥EY Q ., ofl p... e&rnet.
L~ 6orp......e apply tuII,. Caltiilll III hrdll Ijrls
F[OR ItIAVtE.-The fine fast sailing.]
i Amerin, bLark LNII'IUL., Capl. &,ulo, r u
o.I,-11 anid will r.edive quik ,heltrn. Pnr fre,ght ..f 3 ,,i . C,
,n,,ll,leio J.P. WiSIITNF.Y a CO 1 .ir llnr ..
o. 5,55. W. iHYISOiN, 'amp .tr5.t.
r9"' F, nr P-go, npply V. the Cn llrln on I-Ml. leo
F (ý OR M) pneenR, nl -I ntIjr :n l a nl. It
cP'..-(Ready to Roceive.)i
'P i bt-hA AmACricnn pars hp M1Eý
Y111N, l:xpt, I..... ix Il ondn and wLEM haIve,, x C
patchI. Fur IrriKll o Jul bale~s Corloll, n hqrl to
AARON (.FIFNI:T ('ommon nt,
r,,nJ. Y. W1117'NLYL: L , elL Cx.t,.
For Itt-,ego PLhe~oge hnelliU .Ilplrl D ;chilllldlll unll apply to lit.
rcaitlll oll 1-M.l s;~
F O R BOSTONT -(Regular Lino of
rYnrk1l.)- -171* A I l . l.R. J+ JOII SII h
P AL'E .A. It wetLr, iL lLA ooe LC R Lruin wl 'I :
,, ,. ton.Fo Irq!t i 10 bx'.r. C'oltsn lr eMlr ul , lypp:) ,
t; E(iUl. W. HYNSON, Tv Cuulp n!rrct.
ONR BOSTON.-The A I f gst sailing
U) AL. nn h AC CAHAII ANN, C Drink wave
i.u m lo~ulinq and w, ll 1 nrl ,r .outs 11l III.P. LC lilertl·~Yililrb
e, r,,elglot f bah., GA-, onpl~lY to
J P. W IITN El' t CO. 6 Caaplel,
For Ipausg*. applly to teecae ,rLl o Ward, e:rAr
E1.OR BOSTON.-The A I fast sailing
An ertria h·p SE W'ALL, Cnl,11ll M.-, ,, r w
r":f, K ;1 i i ll I*, xre ya* ir k .1·11L? ' h. '~r irl·:dLI o iiJU b: e Fju
r 36 r balslCutl LI, appiy t
J Y. WHI'ON lI STO.. T1 CA 1 trgot.
L PL ,'o , LII L ppL,, l.e Cq ptxk L p "I.. -·rl. }.,T
SON BOSTON.-The A fast sailing
l EL Ei:n N IIROOR1T GAt.'tiOn.'nk-, in how
IL}, to J. .IT. II LALIL i" Camp W-.
tbll·X.·L ,.0y In l 11 1 (rl:llY n 110 (IU~d. }.,1T
It BOSTON,-The Ale r 1 clipper
h ric ELLEN A. PANS NF, Wffr~b.nl.v:r,
F'nr Irllolr a 1 t, eRe or IIulnP. isrllly ayl-ro liil:.inrno dntla l=, p
myto 'Y lii'X) t6. IIYNSUN, Tr CLIII1I D'l~l(·
J UR BOSTOUN-(Regular Line ofa
rn K t.~.)-7 Lr" «4::eur pn il·1.I p FIIA N(:UIAIZdjN
(.ao. W. 1'uW., nn , L 1I ]i.l n n Iarryt icirtll t 1."· r r.rrge « ýxred,
IClll ,LAe yvLeL ILLLh-, L,,n IllLnnrILILL.ALI r CplL..,ELlLA t
r I: E(1. 11'. LLNb LLS , LA C, u:V trrCt
T-ýnu Pilli TnPT 1)fITA Ii....... C.ýT~.. P
FOlt PIIL.ADELPHIA-hleron & Mar
"'. I.Ac r.--A IA A 1 -.3 A.ct -lk, A TJ11AS.W
ALIIIONE. ANdA..Ic, cc'. I' " r f I.r r0r .
A. AAA, A'i .l',. A. Lnore of AAAA'A l ~r A aaragr. d'!r w
I'.. r~l~n oo hoar l,,,Plooe,,, R,:l e:.·.cc. e~d r f:r.t, orW
In A'E)~ IYSI.Cm ·lAAcr.c.·cA'tA.
FOt PI ILADELLPTHA- (Heron & Mar-g.~
ti'ec~l.l-Th. A 1tip NAY 4CIt'iN, Jccj.
F11 b. rac~, t f,.lyLt of nnle ul .f /hnll · ,.;t. n, Ppi; I _
!i.J w llY96(V y I; U, .t C'dnlp pt~eu t
FOR PIILADDELPHIA.- (Mcerchtnts'
Lcc ncoc)-To en1 A i,, ErnAN Eocp'AAie n. \i xG~ý 6
Fnr f,. Iyplt oý5ý I~r'i e Crttlol , r Lulký tl .rr.,ý, Or fr pnca dp,ý I :.v., K
to~lll.u. BAKER A F'fr3ýO1 AT, Ac, u 'a er,! l A in.
11 101 'I'L LADELPIIA.- (erchants'
!J, I .)- , -Ti, rerf 1l1 !l I w p !:,t:l I, Z 71.4 YII F?
Jntlrn*, opFll, nn BodrO, ,ppnelte t~« Ifs., ( \I-lritrf . ,,ý.nn7 IIlrfrr:,
nr to 6 VFL 'r, 1SFL I.IAMS .tU., 7F Cumy dtr·rt.
I:AkF1: STETSON A d rcli in PI I:nI.1·;y! i. ,. 75
OR BULTIIMORE.t-he A I fast2
cl DANL MOM)\ Y'c, c1 Atl R'Ic1oir
~x1,*l.r, 1. tv nr: , no t,-. n." ýnrFO rPY· L··lll «. · 111Tr. AI~i/ll:, -
lI··.,.:r. "( (r" i;L , ai II t , c). i'i. HYV-l, ý, S'1 (:dm rf.
L'(O10 I 1 1ALTI') RE -The fine reg.ular~d
L.':ii ,. tvl t: e ~ 1·g 1., Or ý e , u1ýFý Lýt · lll i v ,:. ,1·
1'0I IttCI\IONt)D ,AThe 4, fact A cas
,ng I LIII -IS 1 SEAH-1~, (:rns..l muster, Lu, .~i
ý".c tll: :c, ,ft'r' I O. A c 11'NScc GO, 7i C:Ac A _____
IiOK NEIV 1)1IiK.-Thle splendid andnB~
AAA' n'a r'l .. rA' 1, REIc, I AC.El P., A 'I
x rl I li~v i. ~t« ýliý-P.,1. L. t·· i lr «,thtttý: ICU .u.ls er..t!, "r :cr
jvJ RU: r:ltT, HII.I.A\I` CO, q,·, i~~ ·r i
IA0R NEWX YtjtcE,-Th t A t ficot cil- i
Di r ll'A'ANARIAAA i, ~. ,.t Lv.
P .fr~Kd, J. 3 t o , E) V'. FIY VSON k Cll., i (:.II. n t.
nl nr to J. P. KHI1NEY A CO. 61 Cnlnp e[.
Olt NEc W (i-O -(Merchantcc Line.)
r TT- Inil n !r d'T" --1n~ rcnr pIcc « Drip Ic . ik __
){1211 ,, ;,,, 1'ldo\..i. r,,, x.,, 1, ý,1, I& 1 1.zur ,.r lo ,., ,,
o I ! I * [a Ll lrr lo~irnx ai, rKuu i wý n I ns xbn, n. Fot Ircllbl ur pnt
ý nper, a[pl y on l oncJ rP Pi ý sl Surrnl ,I.I t;lr.Ft r to
j." *r R tiecc cc , ci II.IAA- & COc. 90 Cccp 'irrt.
Ilittt NAEW YttORK-(L Linie)-Tih
roý jAN1i TO CIAPTEL-An a I
c Ic · sAd liA e A riA or 11cc A IA , "_u,. Icdli, A r:1' ý
L un br adl[.uli~u or lire Yllrb, Irlll l quýýk 1I. +:t. n..
LRtOM THREL TO FOUR HUND U1 I'
F cAcAAI,,lCcTls ,,A cPAI A' · cn pl.
fvrl t« AI l ttnl inp ship JA . T. rap,,i« (,Y. r, l l i.l ; II., .
ANTED-A frccght for tte edi-t
T A AAcca cllc SPLENDID, ucc ilgl Iptun
iAlyc ForAceiAAulurcci nIA o tt
febi A. 1+ OCI1R* A HALL, SF r.Fi.·r s:rd t.
11 0Mb FRIEIGHT.-Vessels bound to
"_" th' ' .rrea nto Ret re tutu frelebt to tiorlhnrnP
` twrte oi nppltcutinNhto
ilil1 J. H. ASIIBRIDGEI CO., 53 St. COarlnn t.
W ANTED TO CHARTER--TER Twve
0'0* of about rUI to Sub loss t load isr ti 03f r
f_ý c n purr. Thx v.·,,,ir llalld not d, unv evrar II tent _W" n uaru
Ilillll ll· IIuI 0ur,00r 00303llt rxjnl* plp t
r,.br'1 ItA ItEL(.I kr CO1. 61 C n lnn etrrl.rt
IIVOR SALE.-A ERARE of about 400,&
1 tuna ngOoO, reado y mr n oloooo. Fo -,oo, opiojl
"·, r! 1306:R't', o U'II.I.oooooIS CD, 1;0 i.,,,. ý:
OR FREtIGH OilROR CIIARTER.-T-I
PFlt FRL"IGHT OR CIIARTER, to thle Mleed
1' rtrrr~lri, nn. te nabet ll" Srilinnl hr"R CAIRLINA, 0033;
Clr ne. wa llra thx Ij Bil k n ial·, 1.1 LI Lu lea lr Ortl lu. Nur rrLla
al rn o B RII.LI k. CO., 61 Ullll lllail tr(·* L 1, np5 e
F OR CHARTER,-We offer for charorte
auA I fn" ,,,hw O.'llp, rnrrl ,n,; 'Llr hales Colton nuu~L~
utter "1141,-J-Lt to nrivu te nr b lirrcl~r Rue Ap i) ~i
nIy lfr E. J. I(AItT 0 '. 7x 'l1'llinuptouhw x *(rrt.
BY Late arrangements with my Agents in
lý EOLA0D, IRELAND a.0 SCOTLANLO, 3 ca f ofer 0n
cr e fnea-.aetyand te~nh, or tranermiltlllg funds trom Y PI
wnnle at eight, ae w ell ae Ilnvr. xenercmaalycomne
..oo1 iho ",l,, of rhogO 0.. oo 1.0d con ooI o.,
[ý Colleetroo of clnaie lio03330y 303300ed to. L3et33a from i3
taloo,bybeing "tsr r0030000 l .un.
. ... . 0030N CTOOLOLE,10 B0oPl
J)IIILADELPHIA AND NEW ORLEANS
PACKETS--(, ':CIIANTS' lINE)
T Ahi N I S - is o hmpoae l of the ,'olowf K g sarl, to d I punrth lly as
, I A El,0 ,+pd, a ,
NrTk EMILY eANrNb. ......... . ............. I-e+, ralnrt
aria UoS L.Y: o O ........... . . . r e .
SchrI,. S. RO( E . ................... ..,ILtelnu
S hr.S. JAN ESF......... .......... ............ olacc ..d
0EOIE 0 A NG00 1 a0 .. ... )..... ...Sould, l
A bo r es s wr b, rci a y for t n traer -.l, n r
c1 a IIs-,0 haht druIh.l vCr n d Iý , r ly crOs ther bar b osI
Rd wM a E LE bowN O up ,dl down tha ripcr.
13rl Neither th ownnerar Ca tun. oL t&ie a''Cla illmhe repes.
.iblnf rJewcrlriý Sulleno, I'reio t a lc s Sir or Pl lted Wnrn o
uQlh s N r Eg--20ll 0 of 0 ip aro tn for tfor salre, ,· , u1
thurauo eaprna.l. '
ATlCSGiRT0 b I.Lu1P halsi CO.N ,,. Calorst.
G Asmntx ti Pflladelphtla BAKERt A ST.E. SON, Nu i.1 -1,h
AISINS.--500 half and quarter hoxes J.
n , (' n lur eal by A. D, GItLFFF a ( U.,
O1MAEN CEMENT--50 bbls landin per ship,
4 lUOtINI e 000 or n in A. treI. fordtale by .,
ALNUTS--50 bales Grenoble Walnuts,
"*for tue by . F. COCtRaN HCALL.
Idp". D fo vinr stralet.
SERN IS- 30e Hennbessyn oard Otahiprd,
I Dup C, Marett, Pinet C..till. .tllOooisiu, Lodo
Dok, anid othr brand. of v rlouu c Eat, ie r f rlol by
DORTS--Sandemau, Blackburn, Webber,
Turrag ný, B'urgundy .ormnla by
I-. Rt It.F. NICIIOISA C(. 94 Canyp Ilrerf,
.UININE--2000 ozs. in store, for sale by
i-l1 E.. IHART A CO.~ 9 T'lupu to"l . curert.
HATS--3000 bushels Choice Wabash Oats,
ferule by S.H. KENNEDY t CO.,
S . . . .. . . 5 Trhoapitoulbe t.
d loDps -200 boxesinstore andor sale by
II. 1. srOS E t CO. 1 a,... .......
Edwin Fly", Nr fr .y J. B, ASIIBRIEN: .A CO. p
CO10..EE-265 bags Rio Coffee, in store and
. N.ur e by [L-0 SARI a. C., 61 amIa.ar
EDUCATION.
I[ENCII AND SPANISH TAUGHT BY
a' Mon nr A .EX. N LSO, N. i 9t. ChaIir n sreet.
TERTI IONIA LS:
Pio.Nl. ]ealnne . A ot 1 u know whut. r you en 1] r naom your char
E. W. SCHOOL ON GOOD OLD PRINCd.
[ 6lunairr Neleoa i· deridedly thv hrt t.arhero r'e".h I ever met
-i h, ntd n erra,.,, t , ,, I N m .1 nE fin. t .
n th r.nrh8. n d N llllhrp L-N.Sa.e In s - tre sort r.,: .y .
tie. (. A ,bSC .N.e
We hsIIe ( ly lr, nml 0Pt ,rtunhiea of uJ gi of Prof. N., an+d
a tel, aY thatit il tha bLvl w a-ver. aw pur ito Itr :lt..l [N.0
NEW SCHOOL ON GOOD OLD I'IItNCI
PLE,.-- An-ous and e+ fn Pareut. and G(nar.. ll are Informed
t .WIEN L d O N. f l adyN o.eR.v. (:. 1 I. 1 ,li . . R.cor of
fa"nll) end dd; . ,i.1 a LI ITdED ,.tm r ofpopl s Ex rordinarv
foril+. e, . lr . ; \'C:IH. 6 tin!: .,., Iua'2 . G! . _ j;+ _ly
SNSTITUTE FORt YOUNG LADIES--As
B1 onrdreandl Dy Pu1pils--No.,3 St, Loalif.treeL-Dirnt, d Ly th
The Dlrretore of th a 1ina t; a.;.n, aided by th« heat Maatore, in all the
various Ieyrtnwntn rgi,.iir to w n eli 'd ednepitou contltue to dr
vote [heir u t'n""..rtwln- to . nprovtment o1a: l tihe puilenoogded
W For t, rme,,sarntL n ! guard.m. er. referred to the Prnepesrtoe
w.1i4h nru hn had at 11'« Iratit-m, .1
DANCING-MUSIC.
jFASIIIONABLE DANCING AcAIEMY.
Plr P cLIZS I .eertnRy ' rr.ml bn r.xdi«> al a(]ý
Gnvtilmeu of ." aw frl~nnn ta,.lll hie ANCING ACADEMY
now p.. nt No, 41 B ourvOo l t beswrc. Cunw,.h.-b ead
Canal DAN truIt. w- by -1A.ech Ithe MOST FASHIONABLE
DiI 1,1 C.l1.--.Ma..IAy.I, Wcd,,.dny. and Friday, from 2
WP Pn vote Loleov. for Ladi.. nad G~utlanic., evory day, from 9
tnt$Clall inr Gontl.,nro, rumfiio~o'rllv v m n9 t!
pATENT ACTION PIANOe
l tlFORTES. 1dlL ao1a-rl r, er. for LO le a -
VII A ni .aN1a0evn OrtLefI, . q A AD
E k5, (r.",- tIR1S, r·~l. b .:·lrurtadl
mannfbartor or GILBRIT, rainl of whi nre ellarnstrel bylhe n, fao
t·:;.r tl Ih lar;rj· and Fanry Rtoraor UU'ZLSS d LI.. Nn. b6
CIrupnrea L LIJ LI.I H 000000 .
FY~ Prl.o Fort«.'r;P:;.Oly
IIOTIO D.T HEVIITI PI ANO
1 FIIBTE JN~D Mi;STCTTORE ":·o. EA rampJIIF
t trn~tN. w rlnaa.nn w*uidi re.pecttollgro rnet t1
nllsnllol, f t-!;:;ir to h ip l nnlir .1 -'.a"- U
Ian11101ntolISL'IC AN'0 SIU0ICAL I ,TROSI'TS,11,ll YL,-.1
Z"C.1.110ptiv, and 1.,1-n C 0,5
)OORTLS,,rr W tha fnetone. of th~e tfl straala ra i hh U.-lm Slat..rl
Yuropa, mmýýe whiclh .rl r L x found h-or o . STODA P.D k CO.
[ Slu Porn, IiA.I. k BI V, n(Nerc Yrrk, vnO PLFYL:E A
Par- - . V'. ~Lr.r. ,nntro ,u"ntl--r. · .IOII·QIL kinil: OGRAiT), E
MI-GRI'ANDOICClIt1, PIC'OLO I QBIIHUI'E E. ANieSQU -' A t,,
i pr c m s. n": he h; bd o! trlhnao!"',L: i e« ytorsrr)· ,an
ofb,Ah1o,,lA Rol'
I kR sX ln eCHA i DISFI i'.,. nl l s.d·.olnl u, nyruac.Urzn
price.. `1 jlLBICAL 1 N n "{IPl' l lra snii; o unntity.
.mo1kIll.lIa,:re·ui.,rriner 1,' bA rliAL, Io'l.,ihul.Lth Irg.l,,ad
6nvltlsl~rtien of ACCr)KDEONF "tr Dlllort to~he S.,l?,iom irurkeL
rhib atluru nl ti;. mo~i ravna· .la rota:.. ?iUIAdSBoiPANIS.
Srd ILLIAh I ll LL A SO V,. tlIP 5:0 , e,- A,.rl OSlAIS
TNSTI1UCTION9 I'l VOrAL
MODE S. 'f h?, n, i" ·.· \nai:s L nre f t!.., f-l and ;acc entd to,·
1.ra Ithe Il( ln:+. T dOhllr , n } ;S + y ~^,} 1",
l~lll llrrl IIIClrLEI.,I lIr~ oh~ I~ llI'· A lid, 0.
Bhvraghy- aCineith: m-re_- J " +.I. ea;L
tc· r intl, t-tsel~ 51ed (·:L. l/ .r. .:; ý uh:·.-k
IS :8 CAMPnIlI L, Tpoel:r or 1:ues
MOST NASIHO\A I.! f L. YI - ! Fn0W· nre;, Sl tetF..lt
',T , lCTI S IlN Z' O All 0,0
*.ILLI:t irtIIIIEH . 1182 LAIl,,1,lAl
r 1 tflr ,i a'. va~ilc~r r in th
T,1 iin s r.,.. A e .., i P` \
.oyer'a Cherry Ptctorai.
TO CURE ACOLD, WITH
td ~s l rf Rtth, ,PIL
FLL, TOLD AF D FF iEFGiFFF L. 1 - :'
FlInK, nIIo nFl d FFF0 io , nFF iisp LFF !
N'I FFFF(;i rrvi ' F LnOtlF. 11FF i+. ,11 FiIFFIFI F
RIII "oo n LIIIe a lLY I'FI'F1 IF
F I n.,Fr"_ I P7 I'ed_ ParseFs L'ry Fi II
h t, w,ýi n: J· y r .lcin the t:H tl l L:Yl f ,I'I IIIAI
r IIt ·I , tti,. . ti: )'t , " r i . uien nul II: ",r l rl,.( ·n I r" I.J .. u trr
aYd( I L/I · I. + dI d~ hD n. Ji. ": .l!:lrr. i, ?;·I
F'Yre IF I OFPLFFNT- .Ill': l ti 'rse I - 1'n J Ilemselvae nu
g t , :, r-r w 'r h, rl · ill !· .arlr~r i t · r :d
1'') kl' lEH; ?.4 UU.I ý SP; it H~l tiP s r Kh ii 1 ; ld a alll·
A l1I1A Ir[!lnrn p m rll""wn, and lrrt" 1,1161F --dr by
y'.r ~i .v"lCrl to nr ll··lll, ins. 4:IIh.R Lt r t'l:TO I:A I, r i.* l.ru . Lett,
BkiýýCt11Tiý'"i rl n.,."tilr l' ·ll" t'ront .nll ry·r rpcrtinn r,·r~
FFIFFIFFFFFF, RFFII Jr,~ I,,,,,;, ,.;,
CT CU tL i
I,. r 'PFFIFF~n1:, III-RIFIF F' FFFPFFCTF 1FA 1F
In t t, n .n. TI. ,,n. u,. `' n.:hl-I IPresin += reli lced
thr llp .': U CP . G,., a". "' . anTER, P arI r. I.. o ha-J i t l r
OF aI.,.r.IV. It . IR ,I ,F IF IF FF''gF
frFF FT 1IFF
ýISII OILS, CANDLES, SOAPL, etc.-
S P'l:\:1 111.-10 bblu
TAI \-E.;1 0 I h I iSnnk d Strn t=
".EATS, - U(f l7 1171.=:1 I;11 . lr lo. r : lr
LE3 1IRI' Y UI I 'I I II , ·r ··unrl\E-.u ai~ l;,
111 ACREI. h~u l.-l, o 1 Haubnn ne , 1,4 nno33 irin
'1l l~u[' P Sa is J lll'1Dý=V; hnFrl. Jellil· ilte; CP C
CAI TIL ES- W) or.. luornI s d lirtr and 20o r ·111 la r l
C II ,!,l Wll SlrS r~f; A ItI-:ý bh iIlnd
TE -5ý I kin In l.r~nl .ndPonrr ýn_
LE Ui( q S lli:) ( 1D U >~s tlons;rxi n
it R ýII'-n" 9. nnI :6 ;Idn~ht ahz~s:
lv I I S _ 5 ub, 11A ov bo, r U s \nnoL nhln
c:R {:\ 'I: RIFS- 1D bl, -0 I,11' uv ]5 qr
m)13 J.b J~g'l I. CATTH A C., 13-j 1
lr6 :iiD',.Euu--to- -n 5lrrul
ISCRE DISLASESx 015fc 82 Customhouse
3atwn , Ro 3 33 a 3 13- 0- Dl~l.-DR. JAMES
,"-I d nrslself:ilg lll tha marnllo n of riciir lle and ew-gxr. wll hove
n"f ortuuntrle"ntnlc~l Illlon thrlllrl luea~ii- ,llhl v of the "t,-v !:.rmcter
rr .. n, hriu ~m tn hy r n btnio a nlrrnr... asll nurl
doe ull, Llliililr el rn lr -r·ln to ··ea Bll)-x ltbo at any rn~nc
nI ro ir rct ndr uortl they Jo not~n rlT, er i l l
pru,ý° In lrr: n6 l1111 ~i llC·t Ol~t 1li( I.irr o0
horn,' w ull heu,n I ' J. e, mraote,ýt aa ir r
JC"¶L1ulJr-550i~l bbl 'BleAi"i lse
elupIIII tentIL thl lo cloe na Invoice, br
onsi~l Ilrnne io Iu irll~rd qit,-hltr il~r u, L tul prv·n
ncrlyx l lDr siv t rori liuiix lore nlu rred . Dy. hll. ornl; a prrnin
nxt~~nna ~ ~ A333A3Ra3 l A tr COi" ., r -
(1 ~IIEEOE 00 boxes Pineapple an d E ngelu
3ilseA3 3b33,,L
ji ~i.nlANnr run MINE Ar~or in htr l~arg elrd aorl
(ICIIIlSS1 Mi) 000 (eln3'3 Ciqsglor)oeif
.sly an Irrly Lrnvi an t 33l i. .T. 3,3 h a 3,3
,QUR-3D)-! bbls -Belloe Air, in store,
Anon.. rr, pint. And , i,-. forran ," r,
CHIEESE-b0O boxes Pine-apple and English
y,1? , f.-'!, 'r b
IIAND1 AND )Y VINES--A large ateort.
3 "w_ _ --- CO SBF1F( S6 L 2 Ci,, 97 7cl oo; Ilniina elra·1.
B+'TARSllS )0,000 O erman Cigars~'' Flor ((e
C A ,'non n; 95,Y5100 Garman ( -icnra+ I tlr' l;lrnln,.lr
nnJ~ranl"r~r~t Fc~ .Fl v (:nm .. :ý, n"L1
SLE -350 casks Edinburgh Ale, in quarts and
H. .. STONE & C0., ! (:ra ier ,tr
4.ElRll1FES--Pemartin, Larave, Echecopard
,, in . d'! i, , l aci1.,
[ I }; NI ( ·I S &CO" vi ('runP e; r#
;tI7 lLSKY--100 blls. Fletcher Vapor for
. 7p1 IANDIS & (,t.. As Tman,'hn. fit at
lýlHISKY-- 00 bbls and half btls S. S.
, uh oM R,,v W L;4,-, .,, l I.y
nI " JI* FC.PII LANI 11S G( ,3 ,;€ T. Fr litlr: ttI et -
ILADON WAT9R.-- bbls. landing and for
I)ATES--10 frails Dates, for sale by
'TTER-15 tirkins New (loshen, per E
je8r E..J. NHART & Co.. 19 T"hultluluu, crrn.,
LEMONS--100 hoxes Sicily Lemons in prime
,:d A.F. COCI) RAN & IIALL.':iO a .,i.r rr t.
R EFINED SUGAR-75 bbls Crushed, Pow
Sl -re, ind (lrannalanted fr ·a . ,e
,''-,b w I'(]N4ON V'.RSa tO 07 n,, t1ol uoulw trerl.
PORK-75 barrels Extra Fine Uninspeoted
_ - Rmp okll , lrval. b,
JI . 1i. . PULFoRs CO, u nank Pnra.
SCHIEDAM 8LNAPP8-35O boxes, quarts
H. L. 81N5E b 00., 1 Gravler .tret,
Shermau'8 IJeortd's Fair Pre.
.nium Shoulder lirace.
L? n
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO FIT.
TING CHILDREN WITH BRACES.
005015 be , ,,,SHOEd pby e seo te H.
Sef vtetrd'S i env, ssjs,.si ss-Is
s05, ens, nod effstss. ELARGING
THE HEST, STRENGTHENING THE
UNGS, and Issproving he .. elh
slg..hShis.L.ae.msbrves mode smsITs th.
.r ik. en m~s outoshe S.r 5.sdst
OPA5HsI5E.ndsmavywhs.5s su5sgss.15ly
,5*,,5,inrIwfhe-fIoth5,. 0-hs p-me55 5Os.11-eof
fe5,d woth the ,5,,tds55.555Os itwiII ss,5t tbssn wass., and issp.,,15
[\r.0 R. 5prned t5e HtIf,, of ACE~ssL~djs., 5s,.0s,.
SHERMHEAN5NLSTARUOH MENT, 70 ST.CHARLES STR5EET.
.llrs. Sherman's Lace Spring
.lhdominal Supporter,
Farlan relief xnd ears of those "r lTvtw.)
I, eh:;is + whem fremales eLln
Ibiat. This Supporter i not
a-.al.juAtin, ANT.'D "rINLY
SELF-ADJI. S'IING. UPPORT.
ER IN USE. It ihltthe Abdom
(B,¢. Vixw.) sInL rlar, ned a.rl I all the
eupp ,r.er ws orio naI dael,gs
d. It u ..ommended by bthe
M-dir l Facnlty geerlly, nd
eeda bu. s trial or exs m/lqtion
. caam i . the mos t na eredlaou.
of it euprior rdm-tageloverall
W SOLDONLY AT SHERMAN'S ESTABLISHIMENT, H0 ST.
CHARLESSTREET. Private Rooms sd d Female I, aAteAHe to
.lrs Sherman's Lace Belt .ib.
dominal Supporter.
APre"g.. Supporter for LAdiAA Prrlnd an.t.A h. teuse odStl
Dr. Banning's Patent Lace or
Body Brace.
PRICE REDUCED (1854) TO EIGHT AND
FIFTEEN DOLLARS.
Ta Bi RASPCE i. .l]hbrted
for S .lh r dWoa. 2
W'akne or Sink t at sI I. SAos
o tlia L' usine.sl + H wrtd. Ioll Vothe
She I'P LA SS th II.ACE IA th
SHEIl.IANS ESTABLISHIENT, AOST. CHARLS ST.
'A s ortitlls bmita , AInI lree Ah.pr, As .,hou d bvAr
,a n~in~le bI,, a .mbAr Mra. s.attends FarsD"ally tofttioy tsA
.1 .ew and Large .alssortment of
Elastic andu Lace Stockings,
(I.) (s.)
For the relSef of VARICOSE EINS
OF THE LEGS, au affctim very
troubhlunme, and wien neglected pro
due.ng runn ng Ulcers that may ntl
nue throoh!i'e. C:t I SHOWS THE
LEG WIll TIE STOCKING; CI 2
-'ITHOLT IT.
A LARGE VARIETY OF BRACES, BELTS, SUPPORTERS,
LACE STOCKINGS, tr-, AL\WAYS ON IIAND AND FADE TO
3RDER WVHEN REQUIRED, AT SIORT NOTICE.
If the , of these Intrument, the COSNSTRCCTION AND APPLI
*AT!DIN :a v.ry iinpu ru,,nt pyerrs ,i o avail rth.i"mr es tl" the Genoiue,
! Irh it all r. i, are w :lýtrl.td, nrlue bear iu m Nid SN \IBER SEV
EN T'l, ant o ,'rce th.n am,. ferb"5 lpl¥
SIIERMAN, 70 St. Charles street.
+YRUl'--10) cass very superior Vina gre
I EEF--500 tierces Prime bless for sloe by
Ii_ Ah,' ,. II. KENNEDY k CO., 7 Tlhor, iiCEs, e.,
tO AC'()OON CT05T.nFlRIO, ..,ate ..:_.
AC"ON SHOULDERS 50 casks Prime, for
'.l" ! d y S. H. KENNEDY&Co., 15 rchauptu lnx xt, .eJ3
BACON--Prime Sides, Shoulders and Hams,
cpsp _ C. R. !uRnADWELL & CO., acsnd M rPayd t.
NDIA BEEF--800 tierces superior quality,
! lamtlLng and .or J,!e by
mi9 i.) H. KENNEDY & CO.. 5 Trhlnpitonle at.
T EAho 500 packages Green and lach in
1 lnr+. aud for eal. by LII 'TLEJOHN, NORCl)I CO
I m CArtr k ral.anl Fut.e n +ons tl.
J~UTTER-25 kogs Choice St. Louis, ea
RtP rL.BI, Kenk. o as for l l
U1J6e a tI. L. STONE A CO..I Graier street.
ICE--15 tier a dr ap
AISINS--50 pasekages Layer and MR.
EIn., fr sa: by A. F. COCIIRAN & HALL,
_ h_ 3. Gra, ler et.
A DLACK PEPPEI-100 bagslanding, for sals
b y . 57,5 000010 CO. 0-,o1 4 Old LeOe~ 24d
ODRA ASH-2-10 casks Steele & Sons, land.
SOAg from ,hip Adriati, anl in noe*, fnr ealeby
il_... . J.(. HARDIILI.& CO., 97 Maarine et.
I t)ROP SHOT--0 kegs in store, for sale by
-- ( b E. J. }-|ART & CO ,'9 Tcho,,pttonlae e
UMS--Jamaica and Santo Cruz, for san e by
SJ*es t R. F. NICIIO)LS & Ce.. 5 . cmp rea, 2
I1CE-5-160 tierces in store and for sale by
fRANEl S J. IORTO CO., AN TrLEMONS
6IIEtRY-5- 5 cases Duff GordLn's Pale 50
1" d. Mottllfla'.. for d.L Lyr S. WOLFF C, C .t jls
TAtt-1-100 bbls landing ex. str. Jas. Robb,
Sfoi ,,.y _y )... IIiLFOa 1sO., n 5,k fl, . janl
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE--800 bbls Patent
CM, mcd PLASTER, by BOGART, WILLIA1S k CO.
! )4 _ _ 111 Cna0 C,'tjllp.
CIGARS--15L0 ,000 Regalias German ;5,000
L n,,,rnalee, far l. ha . .. . WOLFF, .: Camp at. -"1¥'
O RAN8GES AND LEMONS--,
IO do o do .o Onr ; ';Br,l. . o ,
1e3 A. ý. cOc+II'.N + ilALL, 35 ra-r1-t.
SE\ION SYRUPT -12)Case rovis Goowin r's,
BIERRY AND MADEI-RA--A small lot of
"L:D s . rd 1L'INEu w ofarp. *,.rior yuulity, in 1
ab, .ga' oa d. m+nhn.. for el. byY
iAINTED TUBS--40 nests, for sale by
j,'3.w O CO .,ERSE 'r C 00 1 ltopil , to ul . atrvet.
`.CSIOKIN I TOBACCO--10 gross oodwin's,
Sr~rerssh'by CONYERSE& Co..!N Trho,,taanla. at. +,'.31w
"ITALNUTS-30 bales Grenoble Walnuts,
t 'r7ale by A. F. COCIRANS IIAI.L,
SEION SYI1UP--200 boxes Miller's, for sale
ýI A D. AOUEFF CuC, 40-d4 (54 Eiw.e,. 1.94
RANBERRIES--100 packages, quarters,
A. D). GRIK F & ('0., 40 and 49 O1I Levee.
BAR, PITCH AND ROSIN-2500 barrels,
forel by A. DELAGRAVE & CO.,
OAP- -000 boxes New York and Boston,
i_ rluua sm.briAd For w e ty
mh1 . t. L. STONE R CO.. I ( o-ri,.r rt.
1T AW PA4PER -1500 reams, single and
doublt ,rown,: 'ntore adl 1o. .alW by
febl E. JE . . HART & CO.,17 T.hl.uTlt,,.rt.
SIIEAT--J00 bushels Prime Wheat, ex
1nl0it,: Lor Ee by S. i-. KE.5 NNED5 & COs.,
SHOlT-2,CO t:g;s Dlrop and Buckshot ia stare,
b( 5i. l Alt_-.50 bbls for sale by
A 1,E LAGRAVF& CO., 7t .arin at.
OPE--89 coils in store, for sale by
janýj4 R. N". DALEY, 5. TrhrL .5l5istt, lsr+e
I) AISt S--1000 packages in store, for sale
,1.J 5TlAl'&sO55., 7 T9 5 ouptsoul5. nt. xnal
SALT -10 000 sacks Salt, at the Algiers
5\?.,.5o, i5 t 55,,,'5 5.1, ,,.
EIM'ONS FOR SALE-Just receivecd, 60
4 0.,1 S,srs,. sI.I.u[ss , for.:. l by
IRARELI.IA &CO.t il CO~ l llo - traot,
.ICKLES--0 eases Cross & Blackwell's, just
Jr1 hr R. F. NICIIOLS & CO.. O 9 Camp .treet.
L'IRE BRICKS--120,000 English, Pittsburg
B) andl Peu,.ln, 0r ,al b\
As. I)EL:AGRAVE. COa.n Maga.zi.. etrt.
BRANDY--5 eighth casks P. .. Godard's
0J t 0, ,,, fo ISl , tlu , ,-, , I. h s n.1,.o ; s o, '9 q, . k,
,{arctt C.o'e Urbnrly, rur 'r every Inv tol r r roo.. c n e.g n 4. i
I 'i A. DELAGRAtVE & CO 0.., 5 Main treet.
.TAR CANDLES.-- 500 boxes Shillito's,
Prator & Gmblec',l to, *oao by
0plt A. U, IE.R , CO,, 40 0ld level,,
MI SCILLANEOUS.
UNDRIES
ASSl bra,.STAR ANSLES;
aS sQ. IA.
[M! lAB. LA RD OIL
I'm A r1bW . And FB 1S. Lk
ISa qr. rr. SO OIMETIC BRANDY,
100 uikht do. d.
14 b1l.. BlsBA,'. Extr WHISYE
AS do. RAW SIIbK A;
Il. sod o'sIaN SoudISn WHISKY;
360ls.,..OLD.INDSOAP. Mad. be
j.94 JOSEPH LANDISB CfAS S TIhmo.Stee trs.
SUNDRIES.
1l0 bb, WHITE BEANS
A bbl. DHMID APPLE .
0A00 r55m STRAW PAPER;
ISA pasS.p. BUTTER, 55.5.IdA W..I..
IIIWE CdARSAS;
4b blc ,W R CWP.t9E
100 Im..s P. I CU LEAD
IDW bsaes. OAIl. ASSorsS BSaaI.;
8N0 6.5b D.,an IMPERIAL TEA;
100 bolr CIDERend Ai.
myb ;C1e~l A. for uln by
A. S. RAIDE_ CCO., 4SA4-01d rI.,.
SUNDRIES
7frf1 bb!. Boyin Rows WHISKY;
SW bM Fletcher P..tn Jo.
IS 5h AAr S.S.. Dome.., BRANflY;
IsA bSl Prim. Winer LARDAIL;
W0 boicl KoldemerSTARR CANDLES;
400 b..e· P- ' On Rnbil do. do.
WA0 hAlf end A. SASATAR OANDLES.
300 bb)1.hSho;l.,, l WhAi BENANS
GSA 00 6.j LANDSASP-F55 C.,j e
DAIS JOSEPH LANDIS & CO.,SAhISSSpiSADISS.S.
SHERRY-~qo.~xio.
6S" B -0 q.,'T", cut. XERFLS:
95 LACAVE;
0 0 octave05ERIS-For rt
my19_ _ _ _ _S. M'OFF, 96Camp tr~oL
SHERRY WINE.
75 oats Iod R ""IVs
50 do. Romuooo. PFle.
40 do. Amooall.SSGld; 05r4s1e07
.y17 8. WOLFF, 44 C·opst.
SUNDRIES
SOo b001. STAR CANDES:
900 halo ho do; I
400 1o.1AOLfNESOAP;
sS o.o ,- SCOdAR CO1RED HAMS;
20 0bl, Winter Strained LLAR OIL.
908054eg Pr0.0 LEAFLASSD-F
.p19_ 07EPH I.ANDIS 0.0,
SUNDRIES
10N bbl.gS. SBoo' Rose WHSIOSY;
100 h+I do. do Sod
500 0.0!. FtooSr'. RHOWHISKY.
OR bo. s god o EgrlA ...k.AooHIoro 0115SF
00 00!. Wiooi.r 80..d LARD OILN
50 lirrrs Bugar Qrrecr HAS SS
So 00!. Soell SibAe BEANS
6000 h0,, RTAR CANDLES;
100 halt and qoansr 5004 do.
4N wxee OLEI E SOAP-For -ale by
myl JOSEPH L00 DIS A CO.L 3S TAP onpioo,'o et.
C HAMPAGNE.
IIs besk,. Grape Loo',.o~oo.;
¶do. . do., mis;iFfor tF.ale
mmb__ __P _AM WOLFF. 95 Camp .In·t.
SUNDRIES
BSll Ol4Fletcher'. E80to WHISKY ;
Ho bbl, Raw d¢,
500 Aoz. ." Wideor STAR Cto5LES
5O0.0aobl .s do. do.
10 qo. do. do. do.
N 004blsW;iner Stoined LAPD OIL;
950 tress Prima LARD;
800 bO0.Smol! WAhite 0EANS;
400 bhos.OLHINE SOAP-CForo 1, bp
_p_5 JOSEPH LANDIS A CO., 33 f-,oiOoosl.sel.
SHERRY
50 o.oes YnA4rt Pale SHERRY;
40 Oeaseslonoi,0'.AGold do;
45.-4a d DoSD ordoo'. I sF do
S. WOLFF ., Comp stree. *pSS
S UNDRIES.
800 boarrel Flo.ther's Rso. WIISKY;
100 do. do. Vooor do.;
300 WSOIA.WISKY;
100 do. Old lonooowzhaholdSo Bourb~o WH2Ay.
50 tierce, Soo Caord HASIS;
IN arrel. WmodoSorio0d LARSD OIL;
500 o s. Star CANDLES S
900 do. Oleioe gOAP;
15 gut.-d eig *ihth cask. hmeri-n BRANHDY;
3 keg.s Prune Le at LARD;
150 boxer Prime Woeler¢ CHEESE;
SR do. CHOOLATE and COCOA So;dobo
pll JOSEPH LANDIS A CO., 33 TSo0npito004et.
PORT WINE.
50 q0.0c5ks LOoo. K.Ooo',r Boooody F~o0
Li do, D~lec'" P¢,l na:
6 do. Old 0,0d.0000.0 do.; foro leb.
0010 5. WOLFF'. 05 C00.8
SUNDRIES-.
85 bOOsll o Taxs PECANS;
400b08- Ivao ALIN00DS0
nn hole, Gr"I"' tt k"IFI'TS
60 sags Alook PEPPEOA-PFor Osbo
,1J4 A. F. COCHRAA t HALL 9'9'G ravier ;00400
CCORDIALS-
96 baekete Gaid ''c
0Sohos- d.io. Foooae
m,94 S. WOLFF. 9 Cnmp o lrrt.
F RUITS, NUTS, etc.
54000 151dI.00Lsoyr oAISI' S;
0S O orc· o. 0. RAISINS, ofowhole, hal50.000d qr. hose., (0
,0 bheeP!LSR ITS;
50 oag, TermPEA0S, i0000re {or ..o by
mhooS A. F. COCOIRKN l A HIALL, OS raveOs0,;oreet.
S UNDRIES
0S0 oIa4sC08KARY RAoNlY .
40. h0asENOS LK WOMR L00Tý;
05 01,ui IV0CA IAMONDS;
400,0. TAO100G0A .LSIOONDS-Foo -4e' OS
oOOO A. p COCHRAN A HALL, 34 (;-0 rtrccl'
SUNDRLIES-- - -
. S30 bo0os LEM ONS.
05 b0,!, GRE AN;,E SdI.'ITS.
I5 O;6 N, oTCXAAS PECANSS
A. yr. rk- C AIERRIS SAAANDS-Foo 4010 bp
mr3 A. F.0CACHRAN S HALL, 33 oiraos.r 0 ,2t.
SUNDRIES-.
000 bbl- Ohio 8,pnolo FLOUR;
600 bA' Star 5 CANSSiAL
000 ShloRow. WHISKY.
180 0,0!, Soodo~cd do;
80 Abls-0i;ooto LARD OIL;
9o tierso, S,.8or Cored HAMS'
60 quaver riots Imerica¢ BRANDY;
Foo.,!, 6 6oiglhth do do to
{eh6 JOSEPH LA uIIs ! Co.,
58 F rhoopibo.lu.. 40.
ILAISINS SNS
W txee Londonlio Layer RAISINS;
6W n lf Lorca Rl K, da;
S quarter bor. l.R. d. instore and far sale by
305 a. F. COCHRAN HALL, 3£Goeoor e..
COGNAC
SOn hqlf p0 es StarYc o
75 or.
60 b11 Pooltoey:
Soq. ' Iobooodand or s.,
_ _ S... WOLFF, 9SC mp aoos. 5]
LEMONS AND ORANGES- to
600 Loses Sio;Io LESIONS;
Ellen Ai. r04 ORANGES, oo, land;.g 3,arork
_ 0000 A. 0r . COCHRAN i HALL,, 33 6 oralr eoee , p.
ISOSOREY
11UO tide, S. s. Boplp'h Ree \n IP
9160 bbll s WHISKY gr·
1£ 5030r3003ask£ Dome.tic BRANDY; 0
00bl 1l.0.. 5i0o.oi;A'e Old 030o435.hel. do.
B0 . oosdo 4
For car by i( SEPHI LAN IS A CO3,3 Tr.oupi05;nl00 5. m 31£ P
SUNDRIRS- -
500 00,0. STAG CANDLES;t;
400 .1ll 0
700 q,.
100 p G Prioo, WjOter S0,joAd LASOOIL
900 bb1. Choirs White BEAN4. 3
000 00, b.OLEINE SOAP-Fo ;le by
0001 JOSEPH LAN DIB CO.. 99T loopdboulol, et,
LIsQUORS
00 bbl. FIolo o'3 Ex.tr WHISKY E
1104 d do Foow do;
60 0rt0r 0 ask. SRANDY
104000000 0oax. do;
F3033le3Ay .OOSEPH LANDISS CO.,
qolS 33 T00oupilo0lr 'ast'. 4
SUNDR~IES.-- - - i - --- f
800 DLLa. Fletrher's Extra WHISKY;
70U bbl.. Raw Hagh Proof WHISKY;
'll borne P I omO&Gnnooblo0 STAR CANDLES. ; 1
900 bore Woulemer'aSTAN CANDI0ES;
S41 bbl,. P'rime LARD OIL; 0
30 030rr03 Sugar Cured HASI ; for ees by0
0531 JOSEPH LANODIS CI.., .9 Tohoapil .ull. at.
FRUITS, NUTS, ETC.-- - ^'
F 9o 1 or LEMONS ; i
5eu boar: ORANGES;
"a6 lwa FILHERTS; t
S0 feil ATES;
15 bale. Grepobin WALNUTS, for sale by f
.P96 _ A. P. O0 OCHRAN A HALL. 0 6 Grsid .
WHISKY-
61) bh'e veryg Uld Wnullrhlcrtsr
`IS Roanokl
70 " Stan dod-rsa 33105y S
330 5. OSOLFFO ,5 Camp heet
SUNDRIES- o
96 trails vacs ATIONDBS
40 00g. T£.. PECANS;
95 boxes OHEORKINS'.. h.al 1nll0003ta;
S00;A OLEON10NH; or .ds0by
6 . COCHRAN & HALL, 981 Grtlvinr srr el
P ORT WINE.
6O q330rt03 3131 Loddo So s 0k
£11 do, 0. SnoOy ody Ion, Loe Rooato,,t Co.;
6lpip. Opporto W m., very dry; for - . 1 y t
n'; SASI1 WUOLRS / 9 Cpl
ý HSK1-26 0 ols Old Winchester 75 e
dV emijoohn. O4lo Iri 00; 40 0o. ol , Roa 00k001,1
SeOO4o6.olr .lFF£0C. an.oi3 Ora
B ACON -60 cGsks (air tight packagf s)W .
ba0hS Sdoul43ef.Our0030!o.l0310ou y £
oars R. H. KF.N NtDY A CO..r( cbhp. AnrIu~t C
H AMS-215 tierces StRgg & shay's landing
LU. M000003l0300 0l0O.A, ln di r
l.00 0 51. DSoLEY CO.AO TSTohoopo n1 Ctreet.
DOUGHI RICE, FOR SEED-Afo w bushels S
10100, 0;1oOtad ter 0 h0 P I fur sel by b s es
.iplo It~hFLI.l A CO., 41 G ea o sre et.sl
(AILOLINE COW PEAS-Import. dei _pressly
C 9 er~nd, ter ele by BAEdetprsl
d0B LLi CO.,
it-- ~ 1 Commo an~etr··1.
S NISHED ROOMS.-Vetyp osata, t
000emthee or Sioglo 4033 llrp iio..r i £30ps Bi 0004000003
nnlu~ioed .t Hn. "lil fit. ]nsaph etrnat, o ýlr bB .* l o m
F RESE BALTIMORE OYST5 ERS-2 00 dR.2
fnno.or soloby
i 6t Ce R. F. VICHOLS A CO.. 94C.3 0p steo.
GINS-M1eder, Swan, Nungi.riian,Ea gle, and
0othor brands fur esln by
3e7 0R.5F. SI.CHOI B CO.',. repelled.
R UCK WINES--Sparkll png Rude heimer
I211KCmOg, for We 004, sheimer
!'LAtRET WINES-Of rartion Era de and
i. gee, is wood Bpd Erns, for. ale by
J 6t _R. F. "'C ."LS s CO.., 9d 3. P.-A
L NDRIES-OHeoduck &OH.,Bo liuhe .Cabinet
500 ..e. - PhoGS0.-m.a RR 01.p l, 330 ,g.,,Cho,.
rbor ,,Odnioo,, 03303 3.0 hakes p 0033 ' 'C"o10-. 03 rd30ron'.,0d0
Cog..h . 0;0lle0 I 51-0.i V050i .li, OlivsOil, OLo s . n, 4.33.
COg-, shorted Aio.,Pooo, FaLr rE ;'. gl0WI0 Wale ..Coo'0G0
G3256, 4hk., Pnmms, R.W..O Cun erJ·I for t se -s
jrrt a s. r, , V t co.LD., 9ý p fpb 6i
DAILY CRESCENT
THE NEW VORLEANS DAILY CRiESCENT,
OFFICE NO. 9; RT. CIIARLS ROTROCT,
will be rerytarly lan~d e. Botvrihle n :e hi. eitc r. an earlghne
..eIAs qH.Iuy ( ..rcytm, (m la ay... in ed...... p..Oyhotr
the fý;.,nr "'..L a +.+kr, ptyelDla w thn Carriers.
TRE CIRlOtLATION
of the Caaacaae, Daily and Weekly, is lurh s. to offer s e(irable
Uledlnm tO drertlun. A.~
A FAMILY PAPER
itei-tate~ Itý y end t so earl hou,., horn.. of .ito. m, and
article ncr.1to l mil ie. uny be wt ed sent rnoa rr .-Ir in
ob mIoa... No papr t .p. ity lirrUIaLe· . rlUanIeIs· m ll r
OUR TERM!
a e -1 u to inv. Ite heatenion and p11t0 1 e of the public.
fsnya or nvax>'teran:
Pr Sqbore of Ten L. ,n Pear:-F,10t;orro..io ,,in......V o,
EK-y1 .rlucet insert. on........................ ;;... 4
Ad vert:xmnnu m. the r.ool Page ere bhrpcllu w n un day.
A ItIrald-u.illb. made 0i!h chow 1no .d-t..hyt6.y.ar,o
Alr A oo..,r time.
All drený.emmt not atark.4 will be pblblh d one mooch, anC
.`..elad .eroratenly.
shanghai 'Sdn Linusn. c
Ssrrrio-traqic pemn, soar rfladimn to tHo-ll-Lind. bl
Sacred to the memory of itH lero. whom may the p,
Fates speedily transfer to immortality. o
D.OI-*T.t, TO w. i. n.rt;ot.,
And generally supposed to be written by ti
TNT ,rý'Toa.
UDa.da .,rt Carthage." t
In Sing Sing when theun wa low, h
Not many hundred years Wgo. h
A mighty Shanghai'r awful crow a
Broke on the deep tranquillity.
But Sing Sing saw another sight. a
W he rooster rose at dead of night. b
To exterminate in deadly fight
E lislong-leg'd Shanghai majesty.
Then rueh'd the battle's dreadful tide-
Then flew the leathers far and wide
But louder than all else beside
The Shanghai crowed triumphantly.
In gown and night aep all arrayed. Hi
The neighborhood awaoke dismayed, T
Cura'd the unuunal serenade
In terms of great severity. It
Each leepeer started from his bed.
And wished the noisy retali d-ad.
And muttered vengeance on his head I
With deep heartolAt incerity.
The combnat deepens On ye brave d
Devote that Shanghai to the grave' h
Wiave. roosters, all thy feather wavet e
And crow with all thy devlltry
The hbattle's ended-Now once more
The neighbors slumber a before d
And thanks arise to heaven e,'r h
The downfall of the enemy. q
Tia mor--but scarce the lark's high note 8
O'er hill and vale begins to flot.
Ere that infernal Shanghai' throat t
Pour's forth its dread artillery.
But longer yet these leg will grow, d
If fate lays not the monster low.
And louder yet the wretch will crow I
Unless death seals his destiny. I
Ah '-fewf would mourn nor many weep.
If some darh hole:s secure retreat. I
About two hundred fathoms deep.
Would be that Shanghai'a sepulchre. I
The Pleasures of Elephant Hunting
In the newly published London work entitled
the Rifle and Hound in Ceylon" we find the t
following exciting and interesting description of
elephant hunting, derived from the personal u
expe:ience of the author, Mr. S. W. Baker :
At one time, as Mr. Baker was wanderingt
with his brother among the mighty ruins of by
gone palaes which are strewn over the Island t
of Ceylon, tLe found himself in the immediate -
vicinity of tw o clephants, upon whose destruc
tion he unhesi.atingly determined. The ele
phints retreated to a jungle, and while he was
deliberating upon a proper mode of procedure.
he suddenly heard a deep guttural sound in the
thick rattan, and the same instant the whole
tangled mass burst asunder within four feet of
where he was standine, and he saw the furious
head of an elephant in full charge upon him. I
"I had barely time to cock my rifle, and the
barrel almost touched him as 1 fired. I knew it 1
was in vain, as his trunk was raised. B. firedar
his right-hand barrel at the same moment with
out effect, and from the same cause. I jumped
on one side, and attempted to spring through
the deep mud; it was of no use; the long crass
entangled my feet, and in another moumet I lay
sprawling in the enraged elephant's patt withlin
a foot of him. In that moment oif supense I
expected to hear the crack of my own bonlles, as
his massive foot would be upon me. It was an
atom of time. I heard the crack of a gun; it .1
was B.'s last barrel. I felt a spongy weightt
strike my heel, and turning quickly heels over
head, I rolled a few paces nn~i regained my feet.
That last shot had floored him just as he was
upon me; the end of his trunk hud ftlleu upont
my heeli Still, he was not dead. but Ire struck
at me mpith his trunk as I passed round his head I
to give him u finisher with the four-ounce rifle
which 1 had snatched from our solitary gun- -
bearer."
But, of all the adventures related by Mr
Laker, the following is of the most thrilling in
terest. He had discovered in a large plain.
which was covered with huge lemon-grass to a
height of ten or twelve feet, a herd of ten ele
phants, and in company with his brother had
shlot fire of them. We give the story in his own I
language:
'I had one barrel still loaded, and I was
pushin g my way through the tangled grass to
wards t'he spot where the five elephants lay to
gether, ohen I suddenly heard Wallace shriek
out: 'Lotk out, sir ! look out -an elephant's
coming.'
"1 turned round in a moment; and close
past Wallace, from the very spot where the last
dead elephamn lay, came the very essence and
incarnation of > 'rogue' elephant in full charge.
Ills trunk was thrown high in the air, his ears
were cocked, his tail stood high above his back
as stiff as a poker, and screaming exactly like
the whistle of a railway engine, he rushed upon
me through the high grass with a velocity that
was perfectly wonderful. Ilis eyes flashed as
he came on, and he had singled me out as his
victim.
"I have often been in dangerous positions
before, but I never felt so totally devoid of hope
as I did in this instance. The tangled grass
rendered retreat impossible. 1 had one barrel
loaded, and that was useless, as the uplifted
trunk protected his forehead. t felt myself
loomed; the few thoughts that rush through
m n's minds in such hopeless positions flew
thu'ough mine, and 1 resolved to wait for him
until he was close upon me before I fired, hoping
that .he might lower his trunk and expose his
forehea d.
rt" lIe rushed at the pace of a horse in full
speed; in t few moments, as the long grass flew
to the right and left before him, he was close
upon me, but still his trunk was raised and 1
would not fire. One second more, and at this
headlong pace he was within three feet of me;
down slashed his trunk with the rapidity of a
whipthong, and with a shrill scream of fury he
was upon me.
"1 fired at that instant, but in the twinkling
of an eye I was flying through the air like a bat.
k\t the moment of firing I had jumped to the
IEst, but he struck me with his tusk in full
cha rge upon my right thigh, and hurled me
eigh t or ten paces from him. That very mo
ment he stopped, and turning round, he beat
the gr uss about with hit trunk, and commenced
a srict search for me. I heard him advancing
olose to the spot where I lay as still as death,
knoaingg that my last hope of escape was in
remairthg perfectly still. I heard the grass
ru tli oh eiosn to the spot where I lay; closer
anl closer he approached, and he at length
beat heo graoss with his trunk several times ex
actly a.bo, e me. I held my breath, momentarily
enpecing to feel his ponderous foot upon me;
ulthot igh I had not felt the sensation of fear
while he was deliberately hunting me up For
tunalt ly, I had reserved my fire until the rifle
had a! nost touched him, and despoiled his scute
pewer of scent To sy joy I heard the rustling
of the grass grow fainter ; again I heard it at
a-still greater distance; at last it was gone.
The ;choolmaster has made his appearis ce in
Califor nia, as the following, from the San Fran
cisco S on, will show :
" Wct met a grammarian, who had just made
an uns accessful tol' through the mines, conju
gating, or rather cogitating, thus: Positive
nine, ' omparatlve coinelr, superlative mli.ls."'
Rev. Robert Patterson, of Ireland, who ac
compsenied Dr. Dun through the West. has
accep tled a call to the Reformed Presbyterian
churl h on George street, Cinoinnati.
Death of Pizarro.
This month--probably this day-three hun
dred and thirteen years ago, Pizarro was mur
dered in his own house. A writer in Backwood
thus notices the event:
" They that take the sword shall perish by
the sword." By the sword he had risen; by
the sword he was to perish; not on soufe well
fought battle-field, with shouts of victory ring
ing in his ear; but in his palace-hall, by the
assassin's blade. In his own fair capital of
Lima, the City of Kings, the gem of the Pacific,
which had sprung up, under his auspices, with
incredible rapidity, for Pizarro seemed to impart
his vast energy to all about him, a seereof con
spirators, assembled at the house of Amalgro s
son, plotted his death. It was on a Sunday in
June, 1541, at the hour of dinner, that they
burst into his apartment with cries of " Death
to the tyrant." A number of visitors were with
him, but they were imperfectly armed, and de
serted him, escaping by the windows, and his
half-brother, Martinez de Alcantora, two pa ,
and as many cavaliers, were all who steed for
ward in defence of their chief. They soon fell,
overpowered by numbers and covered with
wounds. But Pizarro was not the man to
meekly meet his death. Alone, without armor,
his cloak around one arm, his good sword in his
right hand, with a vigor and intrepIdity sur
prising at his advanced age, the old hero kept
his cowardly assailants at bay.
"What, ho! i: he cried, "traitors! have you
come to kill me in my own house ?" And, as
he spoke, two of his enemies fell beneath his
blows. Rada, the chief of the conspirators, im
patient of the delay, called out: " Why are we
so long about it ? Down with the tyrant " and
taking one of his companions in his arms, he
thrust him against the Marquis. Pizarro in
stantly grappling with his opponent, ran him
through with his sword. But, at that moment,
he received a wound in the throat, and reeling,
he sunk on the floor, when the swords of Rada,
and several others were plunged into his body.
"Jesuan!" exclaimed the dying man; and, tracing
a cross with his bloody finger on the floor, he
bent down his head to kiss it, when a stroke,
more friendly than the rest, put an end to his
existence.
A Homble Record,
There have been scores of notorious cases of
murder and acquittal in this city and this State.
There was the case of Kanz who killed Sehaeffer.
Kunz. hearing that Schaeffer had spoken lightly
of a member of his family, went to his coffee
house and cursed him. Schaeffer picked up a
small stick and went round the counter as if to
strike Kunz, whereupon the latter thrust a
deadly weapon into his breast and killed him.
lie was tried and discharged without punish.
ment. There was the case of Delph who killed
his uncle, Reuben Lyter. Delph armed himself
deliberately, and went to the upper market
house to meet Lyter. He met him, sought a
quarrel with him, and shot him dead on the
spot The quarrel was about a prostitute. Delph
was tried and acquitted by a jury. There was
the case of Crouton who killed Hawthorn. Haw
thorn was in a coffee-house sitting in a chair,
drunk and asleep. Crouton struck him on the
head in that condition with a brickbat and
killed him. He was acquitted by a jury.
There was the case of Peters who killed Baker.
In Natchez, a long time before, Baker, in a fight,
had wounded Peters and made him a cripple.
Peters being thus disabled, Baker supported
him. The latter, after about a year, became
very poor, and discontinued his bounty. There
upon Peters pursued him to this city, rode in
the night in a hack to his house, sent a hack
man to inform him that a gentleman and a friend
wished to see him on business, and, when Baker
came out and stood at the window of the hack,
shot him dead instantly. Peters was acquitted
by the jury, and lived here some years after
wards-long enough, indeed, to murder or try
to murder a prostitute upon whose bounty he
subsisted. There was the case of the Pende
grasts, who killed Buchanan, a schoolmaster.
The elder Pendegrast, with two of his sons, and
a negro, went to Buchanan's school-house with
loaded guns and killed him, without giving him
a chance for his life. The jury gave a verdict
of acquittal.
There was the case of Shelby, who killed Ho
rine in Lexington. The two dined at the same
public table, and upon Ilorine's going into the
street, Shelby demanded of him why he had
looked at him in such a manner at the table.
Hlorine answered that he was not aware of hav
ing looked at him in any unusual manner.
Shelby said-" You did, and if ever you do it
again, I will blow your brains out. I don't
know who you are." Horine responded-" I
know you, and I suppose a man may look at you
if your name is Shelby." At that Shelby struck
lim with his fist, and, without any display of a
wea:pon by Horine, for he was unarmed, Shelby
shot him dead. Shelby was indicted, but the
jury found no verdict against him There was
the case of Harry Daniel, of Mount Sterling,who
killed Clifton Thompson. Daniel and Thompson
were lawyers and brothers-in-law. Thompson
made some imputation upon Daniel in open
court. Daniel drew a pistol and shot him dead
in the presence of judge and jury. Thompson
had a pistol in his pocket but did not draw it.
Daniel was acquitted by a jury. [Louisville
Journal.
DLIFFEnstr KI\oS of \WVotN.--The obstinate
woman gets to sea in a bandbox.
The patient woman roasts an ox with a burn
ing-glass.
The curious woman would like to turn the
rainbow over, to see what there was on the
other side.
The vulgar woman is a spider attempting to
spin silk.
The cautious woman writes her promise on a
slate.
The envious woman kills herself in endeavor
ing to lace tighter than her neighbors.
The extravagant woman burns a wax candle
in looking for a lucifer match.
The happy woman died in a blind and deaf
asylum years ago.
A LATER ARTICLE.--" Who made you " in
quired a lady teacher of a lubberly boy, who
had lately joined her class.
" I don't know," said he.
"Don't know! You ought to be ashamed of
yourself, a boy fourteen years old! Why, there's
little Dickey Filton-he is only three-he can
tell, I dare say. Come here, Dickey; who made
you ? "
Dod," lisped the infant prodigy.
"There," said the teacher triumphantly, " I
knew he would remember."
"Well, he oughter," said the stupid boy,
"'taint but a little while ago since he was made."
M.unen IN ILLINOIs.-A most tragical event
occurred in the town of Blackberry, Kane, co ,
about 40 miles from Chicago, on the 23d ult.
It appears that a man by the name of Thomas
Pouley owned a farm which he had rented to
another by the name of Michell. The families
of both lived in one house, but not very amica
bly, frequent dtliiculties having occurred So
unpleasant was it that a son of Michell, 17 or
18 years old, had left home and hired out at a
neighbor's. On Thursday he went to Geneva
and made some purchases, among which were
some nuts for his little brothers and sisters In
eating them they scattered shells over the floor,
at which Pouley was offended, and began to
scold them pretty severely. Young Michell was
standing near the door outside, and hearing
him, said to him; °"Don't be abusing those chil
dren, but take one your size;" or some thing to
that effect. An altercation of words followed,
and Pouley at length hurled a chair at Michell,
which he dodged, and it was broken. Michell
then took up a stone, which Pouley seeing, he
dodged into the house and closed the door. The
stone was thrown, and it broke through a panel
of the door. Pouley then rushed out with a
large knife in his hand. Michell fled, and after
he had proceeded about four rods, stopped to
pick up another stone, when Pouley came up
with him and stabbed him to the heart, killing
him instantly. Pouley immediately fled, and
had not been taken at our last advices from
7 Chicago.
THE CHICAHO " M"ATYR."-A committee of
the citizens of Chicago, to whom the subject was
referred, have reported that there is no conclu
sive evidence that Knud Iverson, the little Nor
wegian boy, was drowned because he refused to
steal. They, therefore, recommend that the
money (about 1 000) contributed to build a
monument to perpetuate his virtues, be returned
to the donors.
The lady who made a dash, has since brought
her husband to a full stop '
Ill temper puts as many briefs into the law
yer's bag as injustice.
Sam Slick says-1 don't like preaching to the
nerves instead of to the judgment.
They who bathe in salt water, it issaid, never
have the cholera.

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