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squadeh n r urons
h' lso other interesting news.
ateot Sleerra Metead an
Sppday morning, Aougst 18th,
", brangnggng, dats frqNow York
tb 1todn-olnug iCt h t., the firetnam-:
eopa oq the . atahi -Cneoin e aewoo ig
p · eps~ina aldete s~hit rrs in San'k rencisoo.
Mx4 Yai ý adow Islgto ogenttof the ateatoahip
ihricaoynlqp rl p a libel. eino theoteam
,= blarYbolpt . f rbroto ofeotiroet ona
p t er wswefufling to 9oeley from
y t Intall, paagabgero to be re
Iho rlhaiat Panama., by which
aetpe was ooe, ooea lossef sixty
dl
rho tAil( adults t Tst Grand Jnry o[0h8
city ofin Pritraniso, for cigars,
¢a·y.ci eto., aoounited to sixbun
abun-hioollars and yifty cents.
t wo audited by the Board of Supervi
*tot thtb objtoctioot, andotidored to be paid.
3{tgass wero obanged at t rate of 1126 per
S3;, brandyp `at $12 ,per, gallon, oham
:,g4 boeaet,ýwu sherry at $20. per
n. , }o might 1re otate, that our ey
t oep 3ai e o pgl the dollar:
On t~~s 1% T M, g;, the celebrated
b moo, r e rtr 9L nan at_ ahe Metropolitap, on
SFOBlcpAp gerie fomothe favorite ope-.
a o>'~leer trohnz' andi t Lucretia Boo
" lowr unedieh good egeot. Xsdiamo
i~s fulia GoulI and' other" eminent'
a, itintppsare_ The-house was crowded to its
aotasw oaiciy, adkitdvery ore pvesent seemed
elnllhtl. ~IM.laao p Blishop won additional lan
o 'is;'b'b' 'hthcioasotiolly applauded in every
'Ie ~atmai Chiltdren are plytoing at Saora
" o eto to eall ligoda.oi n the oth they were,
tedy somniplyattary beoneit by the ctiit
l n t smvafs," consistleg ofta very
: sgnii nt series of large paintings represent.
f " all c c'i ictans disltloints of interest in -the
f' St .1o,~n teei n oer.ibitio .u this city during
S Whe ele .s t tleeesult o nine s mmonths
lab-n of theirce enileni; en -cest. 8$,000, acd is
.. igM' i streditaoble wskkad of art ever
S e ai t, prieingsome of the
, ' rt vrootoijtlo in the cositry are making the
merenaeya' 'arssei t6 forte a esociety for
iattt ·of gteing a series of promenade
hli. '$aul acnd' Slokosch sommeno an engage.
aatn bSacramento on the 17th. ,
Oregoh,
,A.,great, doference of opinion exists with e-.
r..gt. -ltho:,re Orrtbl mines, recently, dis
,c ,tr , '(tt oneo side it is io seetedt that they
ee4eripy rictah, andt that the, miners are
w - fig i balthii wages; While others assert
tha6 l yL are ail a humbug. Onothing is how
' .' ti.t,-Loin, and than is that the crowds who
I.cf c S deai` i a o for the new diggings returued
aery soon wlt..their visages oonsiderably elon
get ,, .ll the Oregon .apeas,agree that the
•.s o.u y tItrel is tight- nd that the tipnsee are
hcacsli they, all Witbeone aoeord asoribe it to
ie lcoincess and Micawbher, propensities of the
peopl· ni negletin t .raia,. enoqugh of money
,,ta,p y ,ti wht twh oy import. Apprehensions
are es.t.. -inted n Southern Oregon and North.
era'.'titifosia of Indian hostilities of a serious
echaSoiwr, on the emigrant trail from the South
°asa vria Rlamatlh and Goose Lakes. More dis.
tnbbhtees were espeoted· in the Illinois valley.
Fo em the Sandwich Islands.
' h llosl . notiobi.' event of the fortnight, says
f 'wathl -o... "is the reeipt. o 'the iitelligecoe
rof fisp tfC on the ptIt of the iawaiian
oGivretmer~ 'for theannexatlon of the Sandwich
!tttisdo -the United States. Notting had
tr#iSed' roelative to the terms of the treaty of
eoi fa wsiholi goes by the steoaper of to-day to
Wahigtonii, but oough was known to establish
flsoie-ii -lto they are advantageous in the ex
tr&An;'apd 'wil .be' readily acceded to by the
Gensor t (oveenmept. All the. membes bf the
Sca*a.ani Privy' Council, with the exception.of
are in favor- of th anneOateon, sad the
pp l3tt'ýltAi royalaty, is one of ths
ttefso manN~. twd n
9p 41955!I) 6 'JhoowelevPe
6*E ever,, 'tIh unn*lltog ta, fee the
see rs PAS fptto Jlatii ros u ho eo, ,and by
no' mer.sljUsshes citke 'ieod f being reduced to
the leve. l f a .plaio.4 ueoeenrcitizen. An
native Ctr.e'l eIs op glng np betwepn San tran
eeon and .thRe' eld, sand a splendid new
#ghtbl'o itt i now plies regularly
bb iz. . rhaoto °d aonoluy. The.
a ilft n eo be dertied frph aunexation are
eLtd j to need qoomment, e advises from
, WehigStonU*iil be .axiously looked for here.
Thils Ild u frigate Diana had been oruising
abo.t wlon lula fobrsome time, supposed to be
w, titng fpor heb, consort, the Aurora,.from Val
• rass ,buldisappeared about two woeks before
th ei ofthis allied fleet. In regard to
thi} ah it4," th Polynealan of July 22d says:
GO. tr little out-of-the.way.town was thrown
Pto pine a state of plotoant commotion on
J ttaamy fet, the 17thinst., by the appoaoranoe
;Iaatuold olead of a war steamer which was
ea alypg unoder. esar y way, and seemed in
5tln x t, ; all to'reseh the harbor. All the
Ieoutd were crqwded with anxious gazers, and
every 1si:1v hid sn opinion about. ier which
e" .9.y oy o-mreased, aed every other body op
lbt' 'loss ele thought, nity, was sure it
waes 1.be aimeit.-a steam frigate Sueuehauna,
footr valo.m Anoelber--rqieally r g~,t :.oushor
: -,ot.s-o.6 .n ilo.d most oni.aously, Oana evi
sisstly ,ui, nm; l al to ombmitimsel. tou oi epin
ioi se. ite sau`3So . uot while debate rome high,
t.he Pimism- toi i~nin din toebd by time al. : :'.rnee
of .'reiatei uofi s point, and then c d o er end
san.t.r, .u .1 iix rvaels nsnder ta.l, besides
the otenarmr wore all see ibearing dlo.a for the
o4heroth e, o ni a splendid sight. it wa. The
tse foi_.toise bteautifutl accord, snd all the
rogeols leeli xteist and trim, and yrepered for
er vi e ash ill dip lepla. Ily 2 'clh ek they
wtxmltl ai aehor ic ~ line elf e hrlor, nd
tu amme omeo to Io else Briish frigate I'atsiieut,
nflg,.b ,ith smphitrite aid eteiamer Virago;
tlh reoh hfrigetys Forte, the Euryt.ie, I'Arte
mLse~ brig t:tligaudo--three elio thie and four
,. i'eod t tWgisl carrying glos and the
i hel f rilsquadronin from Caillao, vie.. Nuku.
navTi e ee the M arqugees islands, aud was but
flortergiad is making the paoSmb1 from the
latter pdrt, tohey arqefcoure lomaimog for tihe
rl.asiana' lbt the RtusiLns are somewhere else
js.t noiv, html they must be hunted up if poosi
S, lirtiws arta weork will of couroe r .i keL pie.
AAt- At ' eoua.ts, th. people of Va eeouver's
li~t.were . :uder me. anxiety-lsaily ex
vlmi o tfroem the us ertost, ogainet
ltl, y lh.ad noneauns of . e.
aM fv i dseJique srived rout Eng.
1a9d,a few days afterwards, making ite fleet
a e Ted igb tel b da:"l heo Poieel'Fan of the
leet .aiest y availed
4y Admirsle
S0rp of
,e oes ortheP on s.trI, aa4*ewt
pafsetoat ete aquarn, the yards or
e sh annd, nd His Majesty wa
al the Admirale' sh e at the same
moment, 'e aga win on retuli th ae the
hole eteigheda anord a end pu o ab sea ohara
ter. The in bands #os the 1igllsb and
Jfn& U lK' sldete eweetalo denr
thth, but its destination wadded not a little tothe
h eel having on board. As the Vine ago
passed oat asmtomg;e..squadran, the yards of
every sbipc'orb manned,and His Majesty was
saluhe Thbes both the Admirals' ships at the same
moment, nd again on returning, the yards
eustral mtouhed, and every honor paid His Miss
ty whchyes could have bne con paid the greatest oide
oreigneofEurope.
The seventyeighed anchor and put to sea on
ths2Oth, hot its destination was not made public.
The vonsfel having on board Caterine bratyes,
the Themes, and other theatricals, bound for
Australia,had touched at Honolulu, and Miss
Hayes gave one concert, and mtet with consider
able success.
The seventy-eighth anniversary of the Decla
ration of American Indepesidence was celebrated
at Honolutlu with unprecedented spirit and dis
play. Not only Americans, but residents from
other-nattons, as well s ilawaiians, joined in
ihe demonstration, andpartiiotpated ii the fese
tivities. The day was ushered in by a salute
soon after midnight. Early in the morning the
Consularfage were raised, and the shipping in
port gaily dressed. After Other ceremonies, at
12 o'clock, all Honolulu was assembled in the
vicinity of the Court House, at which hour a sa
lute was Ired by the frst Hawaiian Guard. A
procession, pattlotic ode, oration by Hon. David
L. Gregg, I. 8. Commissioner, music, a ball,
and deaworks at night concluded the ceremonies.
The Masonic fraternity observed St. John's
Day in Honolulu with appropriate ceremonies.
From the South.
By last advies received at Panama, there is
butlittle intelligence of the progress of The rev
olution in Peru. It appears there had been no
serious engagement between the Goverhment
troops and the army of General Castilla. A
slight skirmish had taken place between a col
umn of the latter, situated at Isuchaca, and two
companies of the regular troops, under command
of Colonel Salaberri, in which a few lives were
lost on both sides, among them Lieut. Colonel
Don yuan Cornero, of the legitimate army.
An attempt at revolution had been discovered
at Callad, on which account several persens had
been arrested.
The Government of Bolivia has issued a circu
lar to the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, declaring
its intention to place at the disposal of General
Castlla 4000 miuskets, 6 pieces of artillery, mu
nitions, and 360 horses, in virtue of a petition
from that officer, and giving grounds for the
proceeding.
In the Oriental Republic peace is mainained
at the point of Brazilian bayonets. The Senate
has afforded a triumph to the Government in
adopting the law relative to the Press, by which
the Exenutive is authorized to seize, and pro
hibit for anstated period, the circulation of all
publications having a tendency to alter publioc
order,seompromise the friendly relations of ami
cable Governments, or which contain any thing
offensive to morality or religion, or interfere
with the private life of the citizens.
The Oriental Government entertains the idea
of declaring free the port of Montevideo, andhad
convoked a meeting of the merchants for the
object of consulting the means of making up the
Custom-house rents.
The Brazilian Camacra was opened on the 8th
of May.
The port of Alberquerque was designated as
open to foreign commerce.
On the let of May the inauguration of the
MMan Railroad (the irst in the Brazilian Em
pire) took place.
In Paraguay a North American Company vwas
abloutopen ps g aoagar factory on a very exten
sive scale, employing about 60,000 arrobas of
tobacco.
SenorMfanuel Bustamenta has been elected
Vice-President of the Republic of Ecuador.
From Chill.
The following extracts we make from the cor
respondence of the Panama Star, dated Valpa
raiso, July 61, 1864:
Gov. Reuben Wood, with his daughter, leave,
per Lima, for the UDited States, to make a short
visit. He is decidedly the most popular Consul
the Americans ever had in this city, and his
departure at this time, when the Americans
have no Minister or Plenipotentiary near thi
Government,, is much to be regretted. Gov.
Wood, yeoirill.emember, was left as Chargi
d'Jffuaires by Col. Poyton, since which there has
been no Minister.
The millers have bought nil the wheat in the
country, and all to be .-own for the next half
century. Flour may be quoted at an enormous
advance:
The cotton manufactories in the Almendral
have all recommenced, and the demand for
laborers extends from the Straits of Magellan
to Lima.
Clerks' salaries are double the profits which
their employers make; every thing else in pro
portion.
There are now no foreign men-of-war in our
bay, save a French steamer, but the Americans
are hourly expecting the Japan squadron, Com.
Perry. The Chilian fleet still remains in statu
quo.
The famous iron bridge over the drain which
connects the back country with the Pacific has
just been completed, and, as it is immediately in
front of the Bolas (Exchange) it has attracted
much attention. It was built byMr. Reynolds,
a cejebrated founder.
The new man-of-war brig Ancud is nearly
rigged, and when finished will be sent to the
World's Fair at Bagdad.
The weather for the past fortnight has been
charming; one would hardly know that this is
the norther season. At noon it is hot enough
for White pope, eqd yesterday the militia, for a
wonder, turand out inwhite, the band discours
ing eautif.l music.
The usual quantity of lame ducks (guana
shipe) are to be found in the harbor, some dis
charging cargo, some employing divers in sub
marine armour, and some being condemned as
worthless hulks.
The clipper ship Sea Witch is still repairing,
but is expected to leave for New York in all this
month with a cargo of copper. The George
Gaines )three decker) it discharging coal for the
Japan squadron, and lumber for private ac
count. Brigantine Ruth, formerly from your
0rort, sails on the let for Melbourne, loaded with
flour on owner's account. Ship Hampdon, dis
charging lumber. Brig Argyle, former of Bal
timore, was sold here a few since, and goes into
the San Francisco trade. This comprises the
American shipping in port.
Miska Hauser, the great violinist, is now in
Conception, giving concerts with lir. Canciani,
the pianist, but soon goes to Melbourne in the
clipper three-masted schooner lieloise.
Madame Bieoacoianti is in Copiapo giving con
certs. She returns here :gain and probably
goes to Australia.
From Australia.
There is very littl.news from Australia.
Sir Charles Hotham, the new Governor, had
arrived at Melbourne, and given great easisfoc.
tion. le had inspected the wharf at Melbourne,
and manifeated to the Chamber of Commerce a
strong feeling in favor of improving it.
The population of Australia was rapidly on
the increase.
Laborers' wages l2e to If, on the road; car
penters, 25s to 27s; masons, 26s to 30s per
diem; seamen, L£4 for the run home; Calcutta
and Callao, £36; on the coast, £9 per month.
The steamer Queen of the South was to sail
on the 20th of July, via Cape Horn; the ships
Saldniha and Golden Era were to have sailed
on the bth, and, the Guiding Star on the 9th,
the threofor Liverpool.
The Chinese secret order called the " Triad,"
has been so frequently mentioned of late years,
in our accounts from California and tho East,
that no doubt many of our readers will be glad
totknow something of its character. From a
recent essay, published in a Paris paper, called
Let Patrie. it seems that the Chinese name of
of this order is Ban-he-heel, and that the
meaning of it is "the lociety of the United
Three, or of the Triad, that is to say,of heaven,
earth, and man." There is a distinctive badge
to be worn by the members, when they dare do
so. it sa blue silk scarf tipped with thread
laco, but as they are always opposed to the
Tartar Government of China, it is, rather a
dangerous badge to wear. In some provinces,
howevr, they ae sauffiiently numerous to
Crave the .ivermsaeat and wear It publicly.
The Triad, like all the other secret societies of
China,coasitiute$ a great political conspirsaoy
against the Tartar dynasty and they are now
the active and vigorous poc~agtor of-the in.
urtetlou,. Thb uUber three it the maystic1
sne priad. .heir.3upreme IDirectors. are
thrqi#ohi , atd a Trlid mepben displbys the
m .wersre - he'~h in his ati}ens. Thus
he hit cap of nf with three fibgers, bows
three times, regqued three Invitations to be
seated, etc. The Triad dates from the usurpa
tion of the foreign emperors, and the Tartar
Goveriment is more s~vere-towards its mem
bers than those of any other society, bepause.f
the wider ranmicoations of the order, and their
avowed and unicenealed hatred of the Tartar
race. They have their meetings in California,
and wherever else Chinese may be found. Their
statutes are written upon scrolls of linen, which
at the least alarm of danger are sunk in the
bottom of deep wells. The details of their
organization and workings are unknown, but
the ceremonies of invitation have been ascer
tained. [North American.
DAILY CRESCENT.
MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1864.
eir The Proprietors of the Crescent will pay no bills
contracted by any person except Mr. J. 0. iiaxon or his
written authodty.
Tnu JAUgs Roln.-The fline steamer Jamnes
Robbi Capt. Carrell, is off to-day at 5 o'clock,
for St. Louis alid intermediate landings. The
Robb is a large, fine and commodious boat, and
has just been brushed up and refixed to such a
degree as to wholly eclipse her earlier years.
Those who are going North willhardly find any
better means of travel.
DENTAL CARD.-It will be seen by reference
to a card in another column that Dr. W. K.
Hall, Surgeon Dentist, has removed from Ca
rondelet to Baronne street, where his friends
and patrons will hereafter find him. Dr. Hall
is an old resident of New Orleans, and has pro
bably applied the forceps to as many individ
uals here as any other dentist in the city-and
quite as successfully. His reputation is such as
to render any commendation of his skill and
science totally unnecessary. Those who desire
to have old teeth extracted or new ones in
serted cannot do better than give him a call.
We speak out of our own experience.
We are under obligations to the clerk of the
steamer Lexington for Louisville and river
favors.
We are under obligations to the officers of the
steamboat Elephant for late St. Louis papers.
The Erie and Kalamazoo lailroad Bank has
redeemed all its bills presented for payment,
and the run on the Bank has ceased.
A dispatch from Washington of the ,d states
that threats have been made to charivari Col.
Berrett, the city Post-master, for decapitating
the Know-Nothings.
Win. C. Crenshaw, a steamboat clerk in the
Illinois river trade, was sun- struck on the levee
at St. Louis on the 31st ult,, and died in two
hours.
An arch of the bridge now in course of con
struction for the HIempfield Road, near Wheel
ing, fell on the 2d inst., killing the contractor,
Mr. James MoCartney, and one of the w ork
men.
The steamer Lady Elgin struck a rock off
Manitowoc on Wednesday night, the 80th ult,
while on her downward passage from Milwaukee,
but managed to reach the pier at that place,
where she sunk. She had three hundred passen
gers on board, all of whom were saved.
As the passenger train on the New Haven road
was approaching the depot at Stamford on the
morning of the 2d, a lad named Truman Keeler,
who was attempting to get upon the train, fell
upon the track and the cars passed over both
his legs, severing them entirely from the body.
He lived but a few hours after the sad occur
rence.
FIRE AT GREErPORT, LoSN ISLAND.-A fire
broke out at Greenport, Long Island, on the
morning of Thursday, the 81st ult., which de
stroyed property to the value of $40,000, part
of which was covered by insurance.
DoowNED.-Two Irishmen, (Thomas Sullivan
and Robert Conner,) while crossing the river at
Nashville, on the evening of the 4th inst., to a
spring opposite the Upper Wharf, were upset,
and drowned before assistance could be rendered.
MOREan DISTUrrr TCEH BETWEEN T AMEnI
tas AND IRnlu is NEW YosK.-On the after
noon of the 3d inst., a row and fight, brought
about by street preaching excitement, occurred
in Broadway, near the Battery, in which a man
named Wood was dangerously stabbed. The
fight commenced by a large party of Irish at
tacking a procession of "' Wide-Awakes," who
were quietly marching along the street. Clubs,
brickbats, pistols and knives were freely used
and several persons were hurt: the Irish were
tnally dispersed. Fighting ocourred in several
other parts of the city and some of the rioters
were arrested.
We find the following personal notification in
one of those amusing Cleveland papers :
That old "oodger," who is in the habit of
getting '' tight," and using vulgar language on
a certain street not very far from our office, is
becoming odious. He is a dirty blackguard and
won't be tolerated much longer in this neck of
woods.
RAILROAD AccnDENT.-A number of boys, on
Monday night, were playingon East Front street,
and one of them, named Joseph E. IIutchinson,
attempted to cross the track of the Little Miami
Railroad, when the locomotive was but a short
distance from him, and being caught, was in
stantly killed. [Ciu. Columbian, 30th.
SINULI.AR PHENOMEuxo-SnIIowBR oF SALT
VATER.-O- U Sunday afternoon last, rs oe.r
friend A. J. lMcD)onald, Esq., was returning
from Skillet Fork, he was overtaken by a show
er, which, strange to say, was thoroughly im
pregnated with salt. Two opposing clouds
seemed to meet directly over his head, when a
deluge of water descended for a few moments,
by which he was completely drenched. The
solution of salt was quite strong. [Salem (ill.)
Advertiser.
Suasso-wU, As.sa:.T.-On Wednesday night,
about 9 o'clock, a boy of about ten years of age,
who was passing on Fourteenth street, near
Spruce, was suddenly attacked by three men
with clubs, and struck on the head until he was
insensible. The whole affair was seen by at
least twenty persons, but none of them near
enough to prevent the assault or arrest the per
petrators. When the boy recovered his con
sciousness he stated that he never saw the men
before, and knew no cause for the outrage. It
appears to have originated in a mere wanton
love of brutality. The boy was taken home to
his parents by some of the spectators. [St. Louis
Intelligencer, eIst inst.
StRvan Imustr.--During the camp meeting
near MciKeeasort, some few days ago, two young
fellows residents of that borough, visited the
ground, and by their disorderly pranks, greatly
annoyed those in attendance. Refusing to leave
when requested, they were seized by some eof
the members, and their arms tied behind their
backs, after which they were bound to a tree,
around which the congregation had assembled,
and permitted to remain therefor several hours.
Some good-natured individuals finally went so
1ome good-natured individuals finally went se
ourity for their good behavior, after which they
were released. We need scarcely add that they
left the ground in a hurry, deeply impressed
with the idea that a camp meeting was one of
the worst poesible gatherings for drunken men
to mix in. [Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Brandy applications are recommended by a
Western paper for baldness; continued exter
nally until the hair is well started, and after
wards taken in generous quantities internally,
to olinch the rootl.
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
TO T3 NIEW ORLRANS DAILY COESCEI T.
Dg tbe untltrn (~lorse) Itor,
Hasternm ail-Weather.
MMonna, September 10.-TheEastern mail has
arrived, bringing New York dates of the evening
of the 4th and morning of the 5th, as late as
due.
The weather here is still extremely hot, but
with a breeze from the South-at last.
.ti.rnt (oublicattons.
We have received from T. L. Magoguos & Co.,
of New York, a copy of " Legends of the West :
by James Hall." The first edition of this work
was published by Putnam about a year since,
and met with a large and immediate sale. The
legends are those connected with the early set
tlements of the West and are very valuable.
The book can be had at Morgan's, near the
Post-office.
The American Law Register for September
has come to hand. It is published at Philadel
phia, and among other matters contains the
recent decision of the United States Circuit
Court for this State, in the ease of the United
States vs. John A. Quitman.
H. D. Hewitt, No. 39 Camp street, has sent us
the following new music : The Charmed Ring
Schottisch; Bonnie Bessieo Gray; l)amselSchot
tisch; Julien's Valse d'Adien; Georgette Valse
and Souvenir do Vienna. All these pieces, to
gether with most others possessed of reputation,
can be found at Hewitts.
Later from Texas,.
ARRIVAL OFv THE NAUTILUS-BHIGIIL IMPORTANT
MROo M IBCO.
Thesteamship Nautilus, from Brazos Santiago
and Galveston, arrived at this port yesterday
morning, bring dates from Galveston to the 8th
inst.
We find the following items in the Galveston
Times of the 8th:
The epidemic, we regret to state, is increasing
both in the number of cases and the fatality at
tending them. At this early date in the preva
lence of the fever as an epidemic, the number of
interments for a day have reached within two or
three of the highest number interred any one
day during the summer of 183.
Letters received here state that the health of
the country on the Brazos is not by any means
good. The bilious fever is prevailing. In the
town of Bastrop, the sickness is reported, by a
physician of that place, to be a pernicious inter
mittent, accompanied with congestion. It is epi
demic in its character.
Houston, we are happy to learn from Capt.
Sterritt, was never more healthy. There is not
a case of yellow fever there. We earnestly hope
that such may continue to be the case, and that
throughout the season the citizens may enjoy
the most perfect health.
.ajor Neighbors arrived at Austin from the
frontier on the 1st inst., and furnishes the State
Times with a variety of interesting information,
from which we extract the following :
The selections of lands for the settlement of
the lIndians have been made. Capt. Marcy is
making the surveys. All the locations are
made on the waters of the Brazos. The Little
and Big Wichitas were first explored and then
the main Brazos. The country on the Little
Wichita can be settled. The scarcity of wood
and water on the Big Wichita will prevent set
tlements from being made. The country west
of the Brazos is good. The Brazos and the Big
Wichita both flow through an immense field of
gypsum, or plaster of Paris. The latterstream
and some tributaries of the Brazos have their
sources in immense hills of gypsum. There are
strata of this substance four hundred feet in
thickness. Dr. Shumard of Fort Smith accom
panied the expedition. He made extensive geo
logical examinations, and his report may be
looked for with interest. During the sojourn of
Major Neighbors he had interviews with the
Southern Camanches, the Wacos, Tahuacanos,
Ionies, Caddos and Anadarcos. They are
making preparations to settle upon the lands
set apart for them. Jose Maria, Chief of the
lonies and Anadarcos, has already broken up
his camp for that purpose.
Major N. states that " the northern Caman
ohes and Wichitas are hostile," and that ' a
party of some five hundred Indians, composed
principally of Northern Camanches, IKiowas, Ar
rapahoes and Cheyennes, passed the heads of
the Brazos and the Colorado about the Ist of
August. They represented themselves as being
determined to revenge the defeat of the Coman
ches near Chihuahua, during the spring. They
declared their intention to make no prisoners,
but to kill all they met, without regard to sex
or, age "
As this band" proposed to cross the Rio Grande
at the big bend, near Presidio del Norte," it is
though by the Times that it will be divided into
smaller companies for the purpose of devastating
the Rio Grande frontier. We trust that the
movements of the United States te oops, recently
made by Gen. Smith to that frontier,may prove
to be in time and force enough to insure protec
tion against this. If vengeance has been deter
mined upon by these Indians, no time is to be
lost in sending upon the field the Rangers au
thorized to be called out.
The State Gazette also says: "We continue
to hear of depredations on our north-western
frontier. A party of troops, headed by Lieut.
Tyler, are now in pursuit of a depredatory band
of Indians who have been stealing horses and
cattle near Fort Mason and on the Llano.
We learn that a rencounter took place between
Mr. Augustus Hemphill and Mr. O. II. Ship, of
this county, on the 30th ult. Mr. Hemphill was
dangerously, it is feared fatally injured. As we
have not learned the full particulars of this af
fair, which will undergo judicial investigation,
we forbear making any comments. [Bastrop
Advertiser.
From the IBrownsville Flag, of the 2d inst.:
ANOTriei; ILtooy r BATTLE! Titte iStI'tOENTs
AGAIN VtTORIOUS !-W-e are in poessssion of re
liable information from tile camp of the insur
gent army, which states that there had been
another bloody engagement between the insur
gents and the Government forces before the city
of Victoria. From what we can learn, it seems
that Gov. de la Gatrz' was besieged in Victoria
by a ragular force of 2,,00 men. The besieg
ers, confiding in their discipline and vastly su
perior numuers, charged the breastworksof the
besieged with thoughts of an easy victory. Tile
numbers within the breastworks were smnall in
comparison to their assailants-numbering, all
told, not exceeding 6 or 700 men-hut they
were buoyed wiit a determination found in the
sacredness of their cause and met their ene
mies in the true spirit of freemen. Three dif
ferent charges were made upon the triple en
trenchmtents, and each time was the enemy re
pulsed with heavy loss. The insurgent state
ment estimates the loss in killed andt wounded,
on the part of the enemy, at 400, and we are
told that the offioers of thte regulars themselves
acknowledge a loss of 160 men. The fight, we
are informed, continued for three days, when,
on the night of the third day, the insurgents,
having exhausted their ammunition and being
out of provisions abandoned the city. This they
were allowed to do without opposition, taking
with them all their artillery save two pieces of
heavy caliber, which could not be removed and
which they spiked. in these engagements some
eight or ten officers are said to have been killed
or disabled, and among the killed the gallant
Lieut. Col Lamadrid of the regiment of Tres
Villas. The loss on the side of the patriots is
said to have been very trifling. This whole af
fair occurred before the junction of the forces
at Victoria with those which left this frontier
to their assistance. The latter never reached
their friends until after the fighting was over;
but they are now united, however, and our in
formant assures us that they feel themselves
competent to cope with any quantity of hire
ling Imochos which their tyrant masters may
send against them. Their new auxiliaries took
to them a good supply of the much-needed am
munition, and it is confidently predicted by
those who should know that they will soon be
in possession of a stronghold in which they can
laugh to scorn a protracted siege of hireling
minions. So elated are they at their recent
victories that they declare they care nothing
for all the regular soldiers on this side the
mountains
No.-.Coa.ua ICATIoN.-On Monday morning
lust, quiti nexciteinesut l aore5fed in our city,
growing out Of the stoppage of communication
etweenthis placend dtamoros. Onthemorn
ing 'spoken of our people were surprised to find
that the ferry rope was taken down through the
orders of the Mexican adthorities, and the news
circulated that all communication between the
two nations was thus stopped at a moment's
warning. This proceeding in Brownsville gave
rise to many and various conjectures, and to no
little indignation, inasmuch as the daily business
of many of the citizens of both banks was
greatly frustrated. On looking around at the
consequences, it was found that the merchant
was separated from his business, the father from
his children, and the husband from his wife. It
served,if for nothing else, to show the intimate
relations and constant communication between
the people of the two cities, which the river
alone divides. On the promulgation of this or
der, it was found that there were citizens of
Brownsville in Matamoros, and many of those
of the latter city were tied up in Brownsville.
The consequence was many long faces among
the interested parties. The confusion lasted for
only about two hours, however, when the matter
was restored to its former position, through the
intervention of the U. S. Vice Consul, Captain
T. J. Dirgan, as we understand.
ES 'APE of' MEXsAex VictrI.s.-- On last Satur
day evening three of the political victims of the
present tyrannic Government of Mexico effected
their escape from their guards and made good
their way to this place. These gentlemen are
Cols. Barberena and Zetina, and a citizen, San
Per. They had been for some time incarcerated
in Matamoros, and were on their way to the
month of the river to he sent to the fortress of
San Juan de Ulna. The wrath of Gen. Woll at
the escape of his victims is said to have been
unbounded. This it was, doubtless, which led
to his order on the following Monday, for the
establishment of non-communication. It has
been said that " those whom the gods wish to
destroy they first make mad." May not such
be the case with the furious despots who now
dictate to the once blood-bought freemen of
Mexico?
We have just learned that secret orders were
given to the oflicer in charge of these gentlemen
to have them shot, before arriving at the vessel
on which they were to be taken, and if this
could not be done, they were to have been ex
ecouted on board the vessel. Their escape hasl
frustrated the designs of their assassins, and
has led to some misunderstanding between Col.
Cruz and Gen. Wotllinconsequence. Itisstated
that Col. Cruz had promised Gen. Well a faith
ful tool, with heart cold enough to carry out
his plan of assassination. Thedestinedvictims,
however, fortunately succeeded in evading the
evr, orunanrely succeeded in evading the
vigilance of their destined butchers, sprang
through a window at night, swam the river,
and arrived in this city the next morning.
AnRalAL or Tsoors AT MATAonRos.-During
the present week there has been an arrival of
between 300 and 400 troops at Matamoros.
Immediately on their arrival a large detach
ment. of the former garrison, under Col. Cruz,
was dispatched toward Victoria, after the insur
gents. They left on Monday last, and rumor has
it that they have encountered every species of
annoyance since their departure. One account
has it that they are surrounded and besieged by
twice their number of insurgents, and another
has it that they have commenced a counter
march, and are upon returning to Matamoros.
Another still intimates that both Cols. Cruz and
Quintana are about to side with the disaffected.
The " Tuerin Verins " is the name of a society
in Albany, composed of Germans, having for its
object the development of the muscles and pro
ficiency in gymnastic exercises, by methods simi
lar to that taught by Otinguon and others.
The editor of the Albany Express was present
at a meeting a short time since, and was pro
foundly struck at the calling of the roll with
the large number of " Smiths" belonging to the
institution. We annex what his memory served
him with:
Big Smit, little Smit, Smit from de hill, Smit
from de holler, Smit mit de store, Smit mit de
blacksmit shop, Smit mit a lagier bier shop, Smit
mitout any " vrow," Smit wot wants a" vrow,"
Smit mit one leg, Pmit mit two legs, Smit mit de
pigs, Smit mit de pig head, Smit mit depig feet,
8mit mit de brick yard, Smit mit de junk shop,
E.mit mit de bolognas, Smit mit one eye, Smit
mit two eyes, Smit mit de bone nicker, Smit mit
two "vrows," Smit mit de swill cart, Smit mit
cigar stumps, Smit wit peach pits, omit mit de
whiskers, Smit mit red hair, Smit mit no hair,
Smit!
Died:
On Svo,, wni., 10 iuot., ci o'clock, JOHN CLUNAS,
,Iir n fr enin and leqgaiotane, and thore of his brother, Jame.
Clina,.a.d of John Hankins, are requested to . a. nd his funrd from..
the rveidu* *o n( John aiaaiias,eoraer of c mea- :d bars atreets, at
5 o'.nek THIS AFTERCNGO.
o,5 Syldnr e oiný, 10th i0 s.. a. 6 'el.ci, o'. pl.aT, n heard Ohe
steamer St.I. ni-t, i on, }td lr e .l. D. nYkN.N:,a t.t vo of K-n
LllckJ, and - ha ih I*.t ig t yeas a re float a( III4 rty, aL~i abuu(
H1s Ir Ind. eA , n'intan., and thou. olPoLt eleee & Ca.,
nre rrrp, r , . , . rdr t .trend lo. Ilneral arm he .tern of the In -
et 6ie Chart ` lten eOt, I IS l(MODA1Y) 0V 'N[L, n:4aio'ce.
+f" We, the undersigned, came out from
Liverpool to N-"w ,rieaca. and were by the house of
Soetrst. J. 'W cihaw o o. recommended to Mr. Geo. Ed
monds, 30 tBank I'lre, their agent. We called on him
and received every care and attention that one person
could show to anotthr. We wrote stating this, to Liver
pool, and we would recommend any one coming to this
country, or any onoo endi' g for their friieds, to do so
by applying to Mr.. Go. Edmondts 30 Bank Place.
(Signed for numerous passengers.)
Many 0:O'Bac', PETrt MOIIteru,.
MlnrtTI 5llAn.e, (CcTH.IEnI 5acHPHT,
JoeH IFionsal, I'l CO.'OLLY,
PATr FeOL, El.L:'+ MicCantur,
And soveral others.
New Orleans.: Mty. 1054. 4al5 Omis
;d . STA.'r LI:OtISLTURE.-- Capt. Jotsi A.
.IJAQUESS tn nendido:e tI repreeent the Flr. Iepr0o entlatteo D.etrict
in t!e Batie Lgielbtre, mlde vacant by the r·clgeatlo of lion, t. it.
Sun m~i. eIll
SJULES LAVsRGsNE, Esq , is a Candidate
r l. Sa .e .t t , il the a- acy crao ted by the. rsignation ef
the It ,. J. A. Bran , id
j- CAiD.-We miss some of our Books and
Ptpo'r, wrllhth we r l +ntiallfld wre .av, I by .,omi if or 1 r:i, ndt.
nA .,bcrnl Rew ,, i t in, n It +10 I il +,,,. re t0l'nrli+ w ]l lI-e
c.pt I. t'.J li\R'1 , tl 0 llTtho.pito,.Iest. aooll
RrrTURES COl·rlEo.-Sherman'p Curative Pa
!, nt 'Inru d Rnpturn n,.m, ;i r, ,,f ar,l r meort and crrtln
page+. ,.eir a t the .oeur l+.r oa d e,, pat ipe let. feb'3 ly
- +- ----.. .- . ... .
CASCeIs C:tlsEo.--Dr. Frazee has the honor
o i.o oro tke pt.lili, tllt' !.u l tl li ,'ptrt,: to treate ll tee' ofi ti0 11nl
dl:;eri; nol ho I wt1CAR \ F3 i;E A CURE I'r EVEiS.Y f'AS%.
aenro hnll : are irvit . l to v Yl )r.F. (onse atl ons and a :r tfree.
m+u il rill ticure ap k L' ot :Te CANCElt Si'ECIFIC, wi lbt :d
dlre otion "foriue. ~tdiposl Dt . FRAZEE,
.,nad vi lrnt e red. 1'n derpnt e
AMkIGED SILKS-A large lot of Superior
S tt.ar y SILKS, t hgll htl o1 d ed t,) !.it ýa++r, fr lure at o
th. h 0lr 10 StOtio s oeV..oes.v. SI.55ILPt. Ill i w
F OR ISEST-Tho subscribers intending to l
more into nie i.o STORO, N. I 5Meg0n.ir . ,trlt otr iI
for rear ehe STOR e e at p i,.e:t yorsllpd ty Ie n, No. tO tot
.trecto.ttonlg O:ronawh and uutOi with 5o. 9 Cl u0oleO.olet. tio
MTh. 9tm hunt n we of x tor Wi* t bus e . ·trva8, ."1 0. oc·
fl- i I, ver) dariro a uur sabear fora IorE* rv Geod,, AuCC ion or
Commissrion balicer.. DAVID 1'.AYLO)R A CO,
J).11 if Grnvar and 69 CS+ý looo arrest,
l ENTISTRIU.-Dr. W\u.lr.I R!
STOOLL 1Cld rI.nrrs,ýlly -ul . m hij. /rievd"
and thle pub'tn tbal n . ,a re oral hi. .Me. nod r
ro·~dnou, f". Caromi.la, to `l... 133 BARDS\F.~-LI_
STRVIET, r-arr of I-· rd do, w ·rF h+ i. pre lnlCI t perform a ll ope
Oe-uDENTISTe.h tvoe .. fl and ,.Li11,l lor.,,d., r. .i. I
M ORE NEW MUSIC.
1 Jult -oilesd andt for .ale Pr
H. D. IIE~p10. T gnt,
Nn. 31 :!.pnp rant.
EFNGS-. , Ls,,d F.. .5105; ,r not 1,o1-.; IWIs-j 11 6i.N. y
Jlnpil R E-StoaB e for Satill , du Rirdim ro
Th.s..o11.. Polka; DnYSO.l 0,ho17 o.-b .
W11!1. lnir!trto Ftrrid.; I'rupphrta; Fleur do Stali; Fare
W 1l to Ameriai, No.w l 46 Fultotn.
Fiha do Mont Bt InntN .Lti.(lnn by GrOb.:Souvenir de Vienne,
.lossena, by 1 l+lhubE5; t ;g5510.,l.5 D.: ,0... Ga.55; IOU w.
DmE q RN nBELLE, bll d5llaf..,Bdpis,. I-1Edr, s .i
550 G g n5tn, E50I3ll. al 5 SI
SITO RAGE-LStorage for Salt, Railroad Iron
on. FE.31-.p.,,, E...ldlS.on I5.b' l term.s, nThayer'. El, ps
NOSE SAlgier. 5`r10AY ER CO, 7.7Poy.dr,.. 11b551055
SEO ono~rro IEl S5ISGO05Is...0,,hE.d ss..1.5h HEWITT,
'Y Al. SHAW, No, 36 Fulton n~
A gent of staeu~b r Urtl. RS BELL.E.
05Th'. ohdmd will mni is Nswnrin. ·nu Iass, n,. h0
.591 atteolcn to n Ol a LIVESu rano~eud with tDillON, 10n SOUb,,
ERY BELLt: All orlon for p pp ie+. sells-ring d.,, I. and ecrivhe
-nd W-omding all good. eooirmN to hl. acre, lll br promptly attend
·d ». _W. M. SHA. .9 if
USICA~L CARD--The Subscriber~M
Ice h ¢purebn d the ntlr sarL of MUSIC Io~~
.It:SICAL INSSRUAMES'IS o I-oghgloH D. II1MVITI, Y~I
N a9r Camp .171t. w ould »49antfrlv inform the old p.4 40
row of 4 Im, ih r tbo b.oto s ilý k uried rn · tba old .tend.
.od on " moro ·tucd·d scle under th. maangemamt .0 14. REWITIT,
wbo wIR Mb happy of alt uae to »e bi· old triend..
44 9 OLIVIII Dim". M um.".n
Fall Goods. '
GIQUEL & JAMI"ON,
N~o. 18 Ohartrel steet,
RE..p.etlly ifarm their M.e..d ae. pableh ta...Mr tah
Ih.y. ar. .e.l.tg.ar hip W;nri.Nbmb.rg, rNom H.v,..d per stm
CahaWb., Phflndtlpb,. and St.r or the B8urb, from N,. Yorks4 r.eh
..d ell .wrtad sck of F ALL GOOD S, whieb they will .ll
st the low..t pricep., .i:,
FRENCIl, ENGLISH AND AIERICAN PRINTS;
COLORED BRILLIANTINIS;
MUSLIN DE LINF, Iarge anid .mnll p.tte.r;
MUSLIN DE LAIN, plain eoiln;
LMERINES AND CASIIlMEIRS, all eolon
RNOLISII POPILI.;:
PRINTID fIAS'iNts;
LADIES' CLOI0I1;
PLAIN AND SMALL PATTERN CABSIIiERS, irehilaren;
FANCY AND LAIG0 , " Icrv gtlemn
FI ANND:LS, nIf NIolor. and ptri; ;
FURNITURE CAI.I!.ES;
LINEN SHEETING AND SRHIRTING;
BIRD'S E y SCOTCII II CKAIIACK mad DADIASK DIAPERS;
LINEN LA WNS; LINEN CAMBRIC AND LINEN.
.. ALBO ..
Altr.s artt.Rnt of PLANTATION 000)S, such I-
GRANIER'S BLANSETS. LINSKYS, iERSEYS, LOWELLS;
DENIMS11, SilII INA STRIFES•A
PLAID AND STRIPED IlOIS.TIDI, COITTONADBES,
And ot rl r i icle, too omnr ,'0 ,mE tion. ACall nd eamine.
.ll I GIyUiEL A JAMISON. IB Chartes.trat.
Carpet IParehouse,
23 CHARTRES STREET.
S 'NIw lnding fr.m ri,or.l ,bis,a lIrge. uoritm.nt o th. fole
('.lI'PETINC , of nll kinda nnt qCyi.h ,,.,
Fu ll R OIL CLOTII, h ",u, thw, , i,, ! x ,t-tiernr fuet wido, and of nll
NIATTING r, f irom 1-, 5-4 ,to ;, hi t amd ol-red.
Druge.1l "nd Ll,,n Iamu' k lor (Olumb C'lath,; Widow Shade4
"lH r Cl.lth, Tal.l, nl Paou L'o. , rair Rod:aet:e,.: t u.f a ll h we
fr.at tle In.e.st lrrket irin· w h halu ar re ail.
it Idplw A. BROUBSSPAU & O.
Chifls and Fever
re. n.rllly t'. -,bIIlt o ,wire .pna.urd e tIn the night 1-r ',hli
neghlcto" o, y ir:triu.l ,l.raogej,.l+ WRIiGHT'S INDIAN VIA.
RTA B 'i PII.I.S ,ror , ii to brook the ehi.N ; s.d if IAtkn early, w.l
Wm. have +o ,a ait. O"'~ I.._1 di.. .lt .OUnt1f.it I hi5 un i-"'1 I
1i.iri ; Ielr , bnt tNo -.4 , a I i plIrIS.It Ilhe ouoI.or ho
l a'S o'd iu New ln, , 1,, la T. S,, . l. t retail, ly
.11 E';C. J, PAiCIIT & CO., 15 C rh.Itr..It-.l
Southern Yraht Club.
PASS CHRISTIAN REGATTAS.
SFI' TE ;RAND dPASS CHRISTIAN RL(ATTA'S will om
mence on
.... MONDAY, SEPTEMBER i8 ....
w;lh the AN LUALSAtIING MATCii for th. SOUTHiiERN YAC!T
CLUB CHALLENGI. CUP.
.... 1 CEKDAY, SEPTEMABER .....
Pree Sor .11 PLEASURE YACIICS oI th PFir., ,econd and Third
.... THURSDAY, SEPTEIBER E ....
Free for all PLAI'IRE YAACHT., tu be did ltA rtwo ClDm.r
First C·ls .verr g: r.t o,,.,nwrrmrn, endt Sroni CLt.. ,..aloe : t. A'e l.
E.... EiSTURDY, EPTteF.IICe .S ....
Pr. 1or st PI.SDIUR1E YACIITS of thv Fits, SoWnEd st 'Cklr
!: ¢ I- Appr.r:· . an'd el, ygat Price. will be itw· rd id to lt, .:nul.
boWat. of mael Gla,.
o I.u r 1 lhe r -e. no bot can win a price -llrs tht're ar1 two
or m[W'rrAntHIIS l, CI. I
i. It a ocat that ,sveral Mltches e weullIu a Sw.epelako Race
M A meetin ol tilhe Club will be held at Montcmsry's liockl,
P.. ChriStinau, on SATURDAY EVENINO, the Ibh, .t S ,'rlcIk.
.A tf H. RARESHIIF, Serretary.
Cheap Dry Goods Store,
185 CAMP STREET. 185
S Thea ondenrzgr d informs hii friendA and the plblic generally
that he has now- in Ilnre a |Ir. -d braut, fnl eaertm, r, of
SEASONABLE DR Y GOODS,
1 ofllhl.h are .ff-d St thI. LOWEST PRICFS.
DOTTED and FIGURED SWISS MCSLIN;
NEW STYLE IIAREGE and MOUSLIN DELAINE ;
IPLAIN JACONET ed PLAID MUSLIN;
SI!ERIOR FANCY SILK IIAVADERE ROBE.S
BROCADE iAnd PLAIN BLACK SILKS;:
EMBROIDERED COLLARS, CHIMIOSETSES and SLEEVES;
RICH VALENCIA and THREAD LACES;
A latpe and well neaorted I o.. of
FRENCH and AMERICAN PRINTS and DOIlESTIC.
A HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. W
RICH EMBROIDERED LACE arlt MUSLIN CURTAINS,
FIGURED SATIN PAMASK, all qulhtie;l
RUSSIA LINEN SOERITINIU, DIAPERS and NAPKINS;
IRIS. LINENS; IASMILTON CON 'r)N SHEETING, NOWELING
and TABLE LINENS. Al!o-A coroplIte aErtmneut of
HOSIERY, atc., aHe., etc.
S7 2plm HORACE HARRY.
iargai.as for Gentlemen.
S. . N. (OD Y
C EI.E A1 U.: SIdl 10 iSHSIIT .,l Ise1,r.l H$1 E IS.
FNL R "tN'il I -II1 IU"SLKY t "' , , I.,,.
LINEN CAMii1IILC HIANLKEICHtIEE U lr rJell, nt a n Ai.
nir:. tln t of
GENTLEM:EN'S FURNISIIING GOODS
at elnnlly vs rlap..pa lr :cier:a.
SSEIr rI bIri.r a A ,n ,. month at
5, N. MOODY'S,
Nel O le".ne Fhllr an t FrP n,"I 8e a r,
s4 CpRt r mr Cond l at.hnle Pl
Cremue l)e Bouzy C('ianpayre,
JACQUESSON & FILS BRAND.
An entirely dilrr.t rrle,, from th e Crme de Bousy of ot1her braod,.
INOWLANDING. l hllbakt.eltam the nbove and o.therbr.anh1,t
uort andl pinlu, and r l I rreiv+, in he ruursaofafew uays)I,atill
IIO', .apply.
Thit, WIie ,lIdecIdlTy BIpErior to any other Ch.mpanmportaed
isto t!ia minrIet, I,1EiEw III Hk, ll uo l;wo hvetI.Iud JA.Q IESSON
SFII.S Ranl ofE,.,rerCRrIIC',i : I OC".ZY or FLEURDEKi SI..ERY,
C Also Sn Il,ri, m , uahl 5nortment of tlh beLt WINES n,
LIlQORS io t!se c.ntert, rt1 ch ,,ill bo sold n nsrei on.able terma
ijnl9 I.tf LVIELL T. TAYOR... N,.li Royalatret.
20 CAMP STREET; 20
IMPORTER, WIIHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, RICH FANCY
STAIPLR GOODS,
No. W CAMP STRES, ..It, the City Itst,I,Nn..Orltpn.
Reep.Stfullo ilRBtMt the WbI.Rro t of B,.olaale end Retnil ,Clm·.d
psth..rCeto ihi VERY LARGE STOCK OP 000S, .hicb isfr.O.Oy
.ported1, and eeastantlaply idtpp lledtronhoe til year.
SHELL COMIIBI.
IMITATION CHELL AND BItFFALO COMBUIS. of ' tyle. and
,CIlrty.
BP.L'SHES,of ever dxecripliun , of his own reauafaeture, and a th
Iewost Northam FE'arlry prim...
TOILET ARTICLES.
Styh as PESPCMEIIC, IAIR AILS, HAIR PINS, POMATUM
FANCY SOAPSOS' .
PINE PANS. PUSESB, POCKET BOORS, WORK BOXES, PORT.
ABLECISSLOIySR -be' wren an "'I"Rt.'linC . PURSE MON
HATES, te., Af otary style oad *hope, pod I ,1 R.tRIy LO W
PRICES.
BESS, S'ISTOLS, KNIVES, COLT'S AND WARS.ECR'S R
VOLVINO PIiTOAI, SCISSOIRS, RABPSS, LIFE PRESSSRV
ESS, I1SH!NII RSEIES od TACKLE, nl story I riely, t-eil
the mLIsddttell -I ,: ,:--r
NV ATCIIER, JEWE.IJIT1, et,,.
ESF Thtostork t.,tlhlr I11..,IuRal..CngCIRllO T. T trIIIEPPR, MI
TOIR IS,,d Ill Ay J:ISRPH JOE] NS,,NTIO tIEC I Tr,,op 10, fle
uluementof SWIFS co"ICIILISE I LENI ISA, 1.55.11r he. ith, 'C
sttB or, Ie1asAS CTERN JEWELRY, Sl.Left IW.A IPW. etc., bnv.
, , i,otted r, rcnlCr.., by F. lOBl 'K'rf r
l4 1 'h· leriarl bovines, nod ba-,rg neon I-Ha -f l .·rlrlrrwvei ro
a h, g~rrr:: t o millr clllat e will he ffarn~l to nu n·11-. n .s
I. EveREELid, WSCRANTED AS LBPRCSAN'Ob,, or Ith
MlONEIY HFFUNOElD.
L S1 VWA'tiXOS,JIRE`LRY,OtC., CAR CFULLY REPAIRED and
WARtOSANTED. jio lt
Leighionn's Premium n Shirts.
KW lEST RS.VEISSL AT TISI OLD STA.D,
C-11-I t (bell114 "'.1 CI(PIII l r.·II·
SE For ,l. Ly LE.IRISItIS K IIAROII'P,
pug 2pt7 Dealer, in Md-g sad ec Dlne L'u-W, ngo Gonrl..
.)Vew JerscSI Ztiic .PanI,.s.
AIB Rhe Sub1..50 h Sve now on hatd , ,Ittwll be tCIRCA5ly
.erppilrvl, d' -.et ma, the sRand.,'ftC nrtBlt of miS Miet.,.,
ude by n, rrlrhr::.l
N OWV JERSEY ZINC COMPANY,
wrhich th,-y of-"r Lo th. tnrdu lud rnnrnmer. o a , r "nu. dntin e 'ernlr
ThV SNtII IC 11511 R* Il· * nnir . -lly 111555 55,5 'u Le a~pvrr
to lund in rolite·r.·. /In:;i.rnrg end .unn!i!l(',cittrr (ormeirilt ur ut
UltdRA. It will, Cr a Cmu.k l g Iia thsen t1al weight oC
IoIstAS. renderin It morn RooSiS' + e, 11510, being Ire lr,, a1l
poiaIttCS.rn br,, tthtSc c... of hcr11 St CR*IRneSCtIrretd it0,
Uoevery o1'I CE .S lllit r iI h the dttb.tritutR R 1ity )milnt more
feeta-I fd rom 1-1.
The BAtSV N %ISC pt....eS pec iii, protectie end , dh, ,tj qstt.
!lien, and r oaperially recommended for iron and other mr Lni, anr
fac. Tho STONE COLOR poaea.ee. similar t roE,,,S, t ltie
Birow o, but On color is better ednitod for pmnl lind out-b. Illiing, do
pot., grid rl,·le·. The Compa~ny we nee.: the Paiute sII~aefnetlirrc
by them to be t·t ur, and to keep fresh and ofot, for any relnlollibll
timeNiIi yelimCte. To br u.rd prErenr lika White L.nd.
L31OotAund iA. til, in Aegs toB4, B0 pad 10 II.., ISr ItRd to,
.AI. by BOGERT, WILLIAMS A CO..
"IS Idp* R1 Camp street
ýý2nnkQ I tnnlen 1 72nlrr ·
NOTICE.
C The ,bmcriber intelnding to change his buasine, offers for ale
low b pruseutt ' ,kof BOOES ndSTATIONERY, nem acingva:i.
: of LAW, .IDICAL and BlISCELANEOUS OOKIS of the be.t
ch.racter. For great hFrgaian r!l enrly.
Also far |ale,.n lnrge ELECTRICAL MACIINE, oee .la ,IAG
NETO ad osue ST OF MllCROSCOPE.
sel lm IF. KELLER, S9 Commerelal Place.
Leighton S Barbol,
S. W. CORNER 01F CANAL AND ST. CHARLES STS,
E A LERS IN
FASHIIO.YJIBLE CLOTHING, SHIRTS,
AND GENTLEMEN'S FUENISIIING GOOD8.
W NMANUF.CTORY OF
CLOTHING AND SHIRTS,
a1 P$!f No. 16 PARK PLACE, NEW YORK.
Store FLrtures and Show fhal.
DOWS FOR SALE.
o Apply at1 Coampe stweor A·e t DBAR8t. Cantlss nd C.
UI itnra. LEIOHTONY t BARN0T. s ug ptt
AMUSEMENTS.
'OZ'ER & TRAVIS'S GxatoIsUM, Perdido
tU r ,9.1.ro,.,The Knden.."-ROP&Rd i TRAVIS gr··p~ai
Illform tb MIucll olen Orlowqu. , thlbth yh'n opened · OMN"A,
BIUAI epee the at ektendee ra s alU· shoe namerd plarn, thl
rhole lth5 bt· ofwhleh are euperlor to any 11"g itth·~id
the Bocth : they Lnr eared no pains or, r lrmu in prwurldg ll r
Parnit. · ra tlru.,tl. led In all . oind arnmis r M
IIIUM , as the Eeralea tsugtthen are trortglynwtomortdd b
ThreI. eoottached to the Est.09ohmeo.O DaTHIUNOOO0,
with every oseenary mqqulretf~ent
Op frulmlRiran -nSp+I..0 and Senates.
{oi Opeo from day-1t gh! In the morning untR to or'iok to/ in Il lo r
WANTS-WANTED.
W. OO!) TURNERS WANTED-I wish to
.ilploo TWA000AD Wi0D TU00011. O.roo 0o .r .
npplp; HFNRY '1'. Rtlt.'t MAN,
Dealer in W bl,. T1inr, hlnhloysnr. "h, Ctrr Walnut, Its. Weed,
Ligno.,,,.,, 19ic4or0..,, 000 Wood , .19a 0iud1 9'ooo W..l ,
9'mhro, T09 -plos wl 8,11 N141.9 and No. 09.1 nA 9 11.1 010091
YFner loonlliog., Clsnr Bos iFuf IAH IVOSA MI. 1.i
" 1 aM drrtw 14 anal ip R. .Tnrnnh .rtrrr nrnr hr I~a~as,
XVýANTED- Lo or a YOUNo AAN, in as
"" onl e, tar -LADd '.t his 11 '""r~rll :ne AF ~
lrael A. B., Crrweolc O·, l shins Hamal, go, P-.o.a Irl ,.,. At
rYlnranree_ ,(I
aENTLEMAN of some fifteen years bust.)
xsr rerionre in Orrrstl d l:rolrn'lon Rwall.· in N~w
0 .rle,..,'1ir0. ACTOVE '4 PLOiYENT I.r 90. n*· Lavin. ea ..
eon. Hofo,..A.1utifooury. p
SAdd: .O Bus L9e, Pr,.t-,50. r
W ANTED-A COLORED COOK; one wllo
lorough'y .Iio9.1o9. 0,,er 9.0.in.. Apply No.0 Rr,.
WANTED) TO LEASE-A Respectahle
W'O RvEslRE in the Brae .ooo9 Ilbllyt e raNl. nr0ibI
party, Atly .01f5 1rnk Po.oa __
W ANTED tCopieo of the New Orleans
DAILO 0010 TG&`.N..N 1nll,..
900,,r-9,00 I,'154 , two oopl.i. s sch.
.., heii 1o-l th .00119 woo bpi o ,
Omra. 98 SL Charies lltwir rbhm thnaf will r c':i, of .Irit bt. r..
r~r*. Irlo rr
NOTICES SPECIAL.
P ERSEV ERANCE FIRE (X1 AA"N.t -rnnirnadrrehr.
Lllil (:oolrnrr era Lcinr t d k, oLLend " Fal'ad marting
0111A1 OVO9140, the 99, 10.., 09 h1,1f
neat .h ' lll·.·. A /Ll niladdnor la r~yuenlvd, n (h ;Ilum·. "
II ,i009. ,
ho 0.or4, 0.,'.,., 0..rll , P,.lident.
"9 09900, IATUVIVVRONFC 0.,,0,,y,
W ILLAIt CORNELIUS. ATTORNEjY AN)
1111 01,1LO1 AT LAW. AN0 1U.0. COA[A11,I91 IooON
Nr, y3 Cau~n~m~rrud Plnra, v5
EWV OR~LEANSFEMALE SEMIdNARRIr` I
-TOCh:v b .a, vdo, Inre cl,rrt: d o. 1 014·I . OUAHON h. Rwi bn.4
sinl its fourth nr:niii ., " ion "n )INDA Y, the (Ih Suss
tIy"(.arnpeint T,"A"',rr" Irr amp") -'d in Ml~ ~l. ,rl mro'7 T
smpia sm? ·l ·I· l nd nr. Inlrrt ln r.enru lllvn l 1114 the I.Ui- :,. of fm
OTICE-DIL. JOSEPH ELLIOTT is on the
thr dd~parture fm the North, iotrelll o rrl.:rn . Ir Ihrlo. r
orOr~obn cr·L, nnh g pnnloD-mro o hr tl-rl IIlRnPI 1 ,u
'nlr --·· iy~ oLrl~hIi m~ld skin waill rnn! Is hi
io yur hnur* r th Nc*ewO',Imm n l
!hr , v y I1C 11c.*.. ·Y cpns.qw rnl nfh Rlhlr. in F'Yr L·
ar, s0. No110. A -,A,
did. 901.9t ,ll IM der tlN pr0)I s e101 o0 y n{ Dr. 90,1I90U-0
whomr hY I.-l ie r· ha mu1Y with Oohdrore II(UUIDI.Y hi. rl.li.. ill
one wrll v sad ll II,. ~Llr"·rr o(harl.·.
an . te 001 r J:..O0 1I F.L' rT5
OTICE TO DIIAYMEN.-Wepoy no DOray
90¢ frem the rhiprinq srlpt 09 u1 r 9001 9,I.,0, TIHOM0A10
DON, F :, ,00hose ao,0.,d b0 h9n.
urge 1 E0, 09. DALEY A CO.., 010,11,rij-: "t.
N HOTTCE TO CARPENTERCI AND) BUILD
lRS.--PATENT PAWEPD W AEATHEAlii . NI...i , I !
r0 gh nd ,ir*.d, tram the , ,r tl. If 'im , r, ,,ll' 't k-t.o
e Crr. ZIU ,uw.l to rrdur. Ai ou.. . ianl i su 1.-at rv
ENGINE, t, horn i i o er, rur. l ,t lh L
a W': A Nm STAR ILANi TIG C11f L1, -,.w fHE,
A'oltie.
L' I:. J. IIAPT. . inor m li-ti. T h.-o ooLu'.T.N .. . .o.o.
ais e .<..1 1 ,Ip ,., ... . .. . . <.0,lNv.i'l
ATJ RlUtAIiWLES BLACK hotld my full Pow
rý ofAirlma yduri_ . my >10n0u. a}I 0 S. W l.F'.
A TTENTION ! COMPANY C. NATION
AL (iU RDR!--Yno a i h trby ordered t ,,n t ll, Ill
ii WEDNESDAY EV'ENlNlor..h w.o,., 51.' Do E;' )h
jyl. E.p l8lAWO.,
A TTENTION RIFLEMEN! COM'ANYa
. t , N ATIOfNALI GUAW-S.--AUnld Drill. G:V.HY
I 3RSDAY FVENING, aOt^ o'ruclrk, n r o or',u,,l * r Pl.
of lilO ,d SItl. C lirI fe1r>, Entil COih.r orfler..
Hy._+,.+ of lh _cp. . W. i_ _ _ ,A . . . . -r
OTICE.--Any person who will furnish Droi
WITT W E,I .It oW f N " Orl+.t., hutf.,ruxrl oi Nnahr.h Lh" T, r" s
aerward of Kentuky, near LdI "vd[ll -il, i 'nol lr, rip n +i..,,d.
j i4 .. . . . ." . WINSTON. 111, o ..i' i n0r00t
Sr I. IIMEON TORY, JR., This Day becomes
I T * PARTNER In mI Loeo..
ew?_rl nr_ _ JrnA, 1a, "s1. > (:TE0'r, WLLIANI.I & '5 .
T AW AND NOTAIRIAL NOTICE -WMs. L
( P OIND EXTP.H.0.. o r, oo... . ... ..i . ........im. i
o, o.. . , r,'-tr ,w w~! .0 I'n. " r, 1,i, l,,r.
C APE .c " j eA' , ani.. h t O11 k. ,,
M o t, . v , A ls , P n. . a d , , 5L . . o6, g 1 7 m,. , o ,, , ,,,,da Oh ,
(0 ', Nn. '., B. t iTl, vt,.i
1. 0 0 F. -IluuaII n.,xaro I0 18
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it"
tAV A .b.A .... o... ..... . .. i ..n-.. I
I ' P .. ... . ..... . ,.. 1... . . . . ..... . . . ..0'.. . .,
CAIP l. 11 ý at t a k o C ,6o, ` n ,inr.
S. k P.r -,A , Pern a, n, 1 , 1'(L>sip,oot1,..
AT THE DIWECT' H112E ET PullS,
88 C..D nl rect.
W N )TIL'E-Etoool al eroi..,toooix PEIt CeNT. INTeR.
ET will bo pld on Mooneyll.eftintIhls ! io poy.yblc ol do .,I.
EI. iT PERCENT. INTEREST pE i 1 uu N ri.yo Ih:ur . ny .r,-I
CEIRTIIFI ATES OF DEPOSITS issue,,lderifred,banrrr.t Lhlosme ,
teoflt r- t.,nl ,n go-,blein vyof theCe,:,y,nn rC l l tr u11i.
U.l'-l St',, n.
StIORT LOA lNS madeo n no tTl.iled Coii.L r.. . mhl s
Newell T. Taylor,
No. 15 ROAAI. S TRi::ET,
QIP, RKTER OF
WINES, LIQUORS, CORD)IALS, etc., etc.
IIR Nr,.vLEAL A NlV RN.T' IL.
Se Rrn L Cvrrl.,,mlrtin mothICr'lt.,h . .11 +to
Charles E. I eml,
(irom New Yok
DE;IIST,
1uo Cnnl, : door I +, , x,,.rl nn st. .o.
whnh for It'Al'Y. lldTi'1'YAN T011COMFOliTOTIc WL: Alo t
SOXSL'S ('Ill LII;RA REhlEDY-Too long and
wv .ll '.oouse u .. |+;et+ to. hur novatn h tllsi it E L"p t,,p" l,,d
,n Ii. s le t+. 1 l{ E. J.o.+\4..
OONf l'IMPTION, IIONCHITIS and Other
PIIA 'rI, T}+ b o hr q,,t prol rII tn.. tl., l . ilw (, l n Ik '
chlrln. ,. DR 1:, r. %( \F'. fs !"nr': i, Im·,
Pll.,mi uI cur., eliolld lu to ,, rz+r-i ,.d, anu I.: r" Iv i} all tlm l+,.x
Nt o."' ," i
("10DiD, ML'XICtAN AND PLANTATION
BANKING ROUsE, l Cmp C troot.0
T ATo o -, e T.rr. I.uI.E ,
I On l l oIr , p . I' IIA : I llE,
1'IitC laoiEiPt'ii ., eN i 0TI,
d re Y'1 Y, oldh SAN
Ig.[IA|'I'LI.ý xr , 11.0 i i iRS. o i. , T'aiaTN ( i'." 1: G;;f A L=
U.e T FiUIAEO. TRN W,
r .i.Jillp ocL.·itrl.. cort'tK i,
l aNKING HBOllk, Sol Cap tll trooke lt.-i
i"LA II' P IA, I'IN, TS....
R BALI ENU AAND PANIS TUGIIT ill,
ll?10.NCI A XND 1'NS TAt) dg.-;XUGHT' -£
rrr~ I-l~r lnl u uU 1L i:
D )lurierr ALE~i. RI;LSN, Zn Wi. . (.lmrtra attet. W
Prof. N,"Ialn, plea.. 1.11 o Irn· r het rb I , A} o ill rnaurnr year rho a
of I~gnn,.. in th. KuntnrI·' Ahltilrp leatitut+"I. v
Al-leo~r No~ao is lsrid ryl I h Matt LIIL·LIC of Flro L l ace[ m i "ý
withr, and n -cutlrlau w eall hia conduct,
Prol. NOBSLE BOTLNBON.i uioir· l
AT...iour NNIon Proe,', .,frJ a t . N note, olnn
oflr a +, . a "'punkin, F-6 nol I~d Sp·.I. with olun-nllco and pu
r Ifiaayttem ir rcrll uJ".ptcll hr Illdarlinylp n~nrn u, to tl'a ,1i rllrlra of
t..a Fleurh. 9ppllnlri nu P glislr LnllSoage. ton C ary .Sort ·pnra n!
tim., [N. U. Crnaeco!.
We herea had peraannl opporllhnirie. of judgin of Prof N~ and rutl
ronrrlllrliondy rrcum npBt.B· h,"!adch.
cno an say that tt i. rt(· itwlr t s r, pot in . lu BrKLIY : ;2. U.
R EW ORLIANS SEWING FACTORY.-I
MA l*IINE SEWING.
Nid ~ a Ho.<rper.. Drarrmnt ir and bttirimxketr. can barn
hoar cup liod of SEWING done, or any kind M work mud. op x *111
AS'f0NISHf CO DISPATH, io A mare odt .nd durable menul-r tL xn
if done bhy h6. ed al VERYL lWFe L lBl.N.d· I
(11151 I f WILSON S NEW PATENT 1.IA,. 1 IS
E All kiASd, o SEWING fnr F~nsilis., ll t ll , c
SNmStllfhhl ndI. to.
CC HEWING MA*CHINES and " Fol I.Fv of Ant~r IIINH EF
DLEs9,SPO OLSSILB.E (II ITON TlIHRBAtyrsil iv, u 551, rf
for l,". AppSytl 4ST. CIlASLKI5B $T1EEES u .La5..
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