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OF 1CIAL iOis M&L OF lEW OR6LEiS.
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.THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, I1t.6
;r We are aui. gbliationsa to, on. Percy
Walker, M. . from(Alabama, for a copy of the D;ily
Globe, cootairling ite Report df the Secretary of
War.
Ja- itehouer otftb' eamnup s Mexico haoour
thanks for otnl Ifpvoono -
;We,prefinehindtttd tof' rs of the steamer Bel
festfor Iote iephts papers.
- a We amreibted tdo- the Hons. Charles T. Est
lin ai ieo..; . tPike, of the House of Repreionta
t±ives1 Nrltoiatpe doeooients.
a a aaindebted to Capt. Montgomery, of the
fne, fast and bommodioti LouisvilleondNew lfrleans
psseo et steamer James Montgomery, for a package
Si. tLouis papers.
a'. The card fom the Foreman of Jackson Fire
-Com any, No. 18 in another part of this morning's
S o. s inopatdsboe and appropriate terms of
tihe , d rcollation given to the omeinhetr of that
excellent company dii the 4th by the Hon. R. W.
James, HRpresentative in the Legislature from the
Third District of this city. Thle whole affair was
Ereditable aotd enjoyabler
.CLa MONUME.tAL AssocATIO,.---By reference
to the-nt eraonother column It will be seen thato
the vaiouie tinltting Committeos are requested to
meet-inthe q o of the Chamberfof Commerce at 7
o'clock, tiies evening.for the .purposeo of reporting
prs ess, etc: It itfohojied the attendance will be
general, and the parties alledt upon, punctual.
Wenmdirstand- . rb'prbgtess made thus far is ex
ceedingly flattering;tiand that the success. of the
patriotic enterprise may be~set down as beyudi a
doubtalthough the Assaoiation should relax po iffirt
even for a day. If the showing to-night pro-es as
favorable as we anticipate, anplication to the Legis
lature for an appropiation should at once be made,
The State, as.,uch, should contribute materially
towards the., ion of the monument.
iea~o ADPfo ROVwEnNTSr.--A pamphlet has been
pnbihished containing six letters on tie subject of "In
ternal Improvements in the Southwestern Stiates,' ad
dreaeed to Goverjnor Wickliffe;,by Mr. James Robb.
One of the letters-the first of the series-appears
in our-coldinns this morning, and the others will. ap
pearat regular intervals hereafter. We have perused
theni with much satisfaction and profit. They are
clearand able, plain and practical, and will do much
good to the cause of internal improvement. They
should be read and reflected upon by all who have the
interests of New Orleans and Louisiana at heart.
If a moiety of our leading citizens would only dis
play a tithe of the initerest in public advancement
manifested by Mr. Robb, our railroad system, auspici
ously put under way a few years., sinc, would soon
become agreat; glorious, fixed fact.
SUGAR PLANTERS ' CoNvoIroro--We Ihave re
ceived a note from Col. Joseph S. Williams, chair
man of the committee appointed by the Convention
of SBugar Ilanters, held in New Orleans on the 22d
and 23d of January hst--to whom wans referred,
among otherthings,' the selection of a suitable loca
tion for a sugar mart--informing us that they have
chosen the 10th of Apri next as the day on which to
hold ageneral convention of all interested in our
great and sweet staple, at which time the conmdttee
will be prepared to submit a detailed report of what
hos been done. "
The convention is to be held in this city, and it is
expected and believed the entire sugargron-ing region
will be represented.
Papers published in the interior are respectfully re
quested tonotice these facts.
Taim MalH .-We have not mnch to say in favor of
the way they come along. There were two full
mails due yesterday via Mobile. The mail due on
Monday last came to hand. There will be due this
morning, from New York, the mails of the 27th, 28th
and 29th ult. Of that sllendid apology for mail ser
vice-the grand Cairo daily mail-it is so long since
we have received a mail via the river that we have
forgbtten when it was.
'Corrox.-The receipts for the twenty-four hours
ending at 6 o'olock last evening were, by the H. R.
W. Hill, 4,303 bales; R. . . MlcRae, from Ounchita
City,' 717; Belfast, from Memphis, 3,542; Yazoo
Belle, from Tillatoia, 1,012 Delia, from St. Mlartins
• Hme, 104 ; P. F. Kimball, from Shreveport, 2,165;
schooner Ream, from Sabine Pass, 210; Jackson
Railroad, 119.. Total, 11,270 bales cotton ; sugar, 747
hhds.; molasses, 795 barrels. Totl treceiptsof cotton
since Saturday, inclusive, 40,815 bales.
THE CrrY TaAsunr.--By reference tothe notice
in the proper column, it will be seen that' the City
Treasurer is prepared to issue licenses on professions,
as well as to pay claims against the corporation.
IM. THACKERAY'S LECTURES.-The fist Of Mr.
Thackeray's lectures in this city, will be delivered at
the Odd Fellows' Hall this evening. The subject is
not announced, but we presume that it will be hi gen.
eralintroductioh to the time of the Gebrges-giving
a synopsis of the condition of the country and the
world,.and preparing the way for those which are to
come.
9ir Lyceum Hall, to-night, will witness an exposi
stion by the learned and eloquent lecturer, Dr. B. A.
Gould, of the methods and instrumenta now in use in
the civiliced world for astronomical obseraelions, ad
particularly of the proud achievement of our sn
country, to this end, known as the " Telegraph
Method."
FANC. DRESS AND.MeSnED BALL.-The eleventh
anniverery of the Hebrew Benevolent Association of
this city`:a celebrated last evening, as its predeces.
sora have been in their day, by a grand fancy dress
and masked ball at the Odd Fellows' Hall. Of the
many festivities of a like character that are given in
our city during the year, few if any enjoy a higher
reputation or are.more deserving thereof. The event
is looked forward to for one-half the year, and remem
tiered the other ; not only by those fair faces which
make its charm and attractiveness, but also by others
who have small opportunity besides, for seeing how
the olive of Palestine and Europe preserves its tone in
America ; how the black eyes which Scott's Rebecca
have made immortal glow when transplanted to the
new world.
. The arrangements for the occasion, it is almost
needless to say, were complete in every respect. Hoff
ner's band, comprising twenty-ive pieces, provided
the music of the occasion, of which that fact is an all
sufficient proof of excellence. There were very many
of our own citizens and very, many strangers present.
enjoying the occasion and increasing its gnatifications.
The festivities were kept up with much. spirit till a
late hoar, and everything, so far as we were able to
Hern, passed off most happily and pleasantly, leading
to a wish that similar occasions might be more fre- I
qnent in our midst.
One TIHE MAYOR.
According to the provisions of an act of -the Legit
latre, approys;d on the 2ith of last month, the char
ter of cbnsolidation has been materially altered, and
for the better, we have no.hesitation in saying. The
changes, as we shall proceed to show, enlarge the
jurisdiction of the Chief Magistrate of the city; lix
nt undivided respousibility, so far as the police de
partment is concerned. upon himt; and' invest him
witheektraordinary iowers, which, if well and wisely
used, will sfflice Tor the preservation of law raid
The first section repeals the amendments to the
city charter, approved lttllof Aiwil, 1853. The prin
cipal, and worst of these amendments, created that
useless and cumbersome thing stylenta " Police Ioard,"
consisting of the Mayor and four Recorders. Such a
divs of authority and division of responsibility,
tii ly ed to inefficiency;, lack of system, and inl
mpeotence on the part of the police. There was
ind general, supreme head-no centali author;ti-haid I
all experience and history demonstrates that complexc
machines, like police departments of cities, cannot be
judiciously and vigorously litanaged wilthont there is
a controlling poweo someithere. An arm. of 'ete
rans, wiih a dozen men, equal in command, at their
head, and all, or a majority of tlem, differing nas opin
ion would makte aopoor show against a small, but
skilfbty coummanded force. The mihteriel might be
the heast. ever marshaed on i teited field, yet all
would be of no avail unless there was a leader whose
orders had only to be issued to he obeyed implicitly.
Hlloscver, as thee propaositions are not likely to be
controverted{i; rnerledr the parallel ono further.
For the p at§-s:eanr two the police of New Or
Ieans has" been jostab obtoit as efficient as the nature
of the organizatiolF would permit. This is our firme
eoo.victiona; although we are aware there have been
enrrors of commission and emission, which ought not
to have occurred, even under the circumstances. The
ex-Chief of Police, Win. H. James, was a faithful
and excellent officer, and so has A. F. Moytan, the
present Chief, proved himself to he. But what could
they do when emergencies arose? Literally noth
ing ! The men looked to the Captains, the Captains
to theii Chief, the Chief, to the Mayor, the Mayor to
the Police Board, where lie had but a single vote,
and where he was generally overruled. A simple ref
erence to these facts conclusively proves that the
great fault lies at the doors of those through whose
instrumentality the Police Board was first created.
The second section defines the powers, duties and
responsibilities, of the person who shall be ch teen to
fill the importmnt office of 1Mayor. The section is of
so much con-sequence that we shall give a full synopsis
of it. The Mayor elect must be at leiast thirty years
of age ; must have been a citizen of the State ten
years, and five years of the city; must have the
qualifications required of membeas of the House of
Representatives; must keep his office in the City
tall; shall have a seal to be alfixed to all the official
ats of the corporation ; shall see that the laws and
ordinances are properly executed ; shall be ex-officio
justice and conservator of the peace ; shall have fuill
and absolute power to appoinit the police officers and
watchmen of the city, make regulations for their
conduct, and discharge them at pleasqse, co;nlpnii
cating the fact of such discharge to the Common
Council; shall call meetings of the Council whenever
lie deems it necessary, or upon the written request of
five members of either lbranch thereof; shall appoint
one inspector of elections for each precinct ; shall.
from time to time, lay before the Council a full state
ment of the condition of municipal affairs ; shall re
port all officers who fail in their duty or commit im
peachable acts ; shall receive a salary of not less than
four nor more than five thousand dollars ; shall be al
lowed no fees ; and shall render a monthly account
and pay into the Treasury all umsis he may recive i
for fees or dues of all descriptions.
The foregoing synopsis gives a clear view of the 1
act to which we have referred. From it the public
nlay make up their own conclsions.
For our part, we are gratilied the law has passed,
as we would l!are been willing to have submlitted tloe
almost anything to have got rid of thle Police Board.
And, as a whole, we approve the law. It would have
heen better, perhaps, to have allowed poli-e ollicers t
i chance for appeal from the decision.s of the Mayor.
instead of vesting him with exclusive powe-. But I
this point is of no great moment, and clashieg opin.
ions prevail among intelligent men.
Hereafter we shall know whom to hold respontibl
for the good order of the city, which ie an advantage
we have not enjoyed for three years; and if the
Legislature will stop tinkering the charter - will
jusst leave it as the law alluded to leaves it-r- e lhave
no doubt we shall be able to get along ssnoithly and
quietly in future.
Gr. CnAc ^Ls TIEa.TEt.--lt is to be regrstted that
conmparatively a small audience welcomed the lirst alp
pearance of Mr. Davenport lst evening ; an actor
whose thorough education enabled him to carry
through the difficult character of Hamlet, with a
modesty, and yet a power and corlectnesa, we have
rarely seen equalled. The conceptions of character
formed by men are most generally bey'nd any realiza
tion that ito ever reached. We are free to confe-, how
ever, that Mr. Davellsport's reoudcrig of HItrlt-t-(han
which the whole range of the drama allblrds no more
metaphysical, subtle, individual and marked a perton
ation--was artistic in the highest degree, and was more
than creditable to the personator. It was an achieve
ment of which those who have been acknowledged
masters in the art might very well Ie proud.` If it is
it fair specimen of his powers, Mr. Davenpslsrt has a
high staud in his profession.
The remaining portiona of the Mlay were dstriiiuted
to Pope as tihe Ghost, Mark Smith ao Polonius, Mrs.
Gladstane as Queen Gertrude and Miss Macarthy as
Ophelia. They were well rendeled and gave a fine
tone to the piece. The amusements concluded with
the farce of" Nix the Cabman."
Miss McLE.te 's BEEFrrT.--The friends and patrons
of dramatic literature should hear specially in misnds
the fact that a new piece, of nuch merit, for the
benefit of an actress of considerable excellence. will
be performed at the Gaiety Theater this evening.
Reade's play of " Peg Waffington," a compoeition of
strange excellencies and demerits in its published
shape, however it may reem as pruned down and
amended for stage use. is to be rendercd. Of its
character we can give no better idea than by sayiung
that it is to the era of Charles1i what " lan'" and
the " Athenian Captive," by Seargeant Tall'ourd, are
to the age of Pericles-very elaborate., scholarly and
finished; but somewhat too strict and artificial for
what should be all life and untrmneled nature. The
lovers of theatricals will do well, however, to see
and judge for thenselves--as it is rarely that a new -
piece of any dramatic excellence is produced here.
The comedy of the " Honey MIoon," by Tobin, is
added to the bill for a finale, and carries its own coln
mendation so strongly along with it, that we need
waste no words of praise.
Those who wish to procure seats should make as
early application as possible.
Jcvsrc.e-The subjoined paragraph, frosm yester
day's Courier, does nothing more than sinlse justice
to Sheritti lufty. In tile matter of the check, cwe
have been convinced for several days that he was
wholly blmuneles, and that, under a deci-ion of the
Supreme Cnert, he could uot be held re.ponsible : -
s ,,crs'tti.n--stn yeaterdasxsn'ss isie, it s st tess , ss
dsearnls ttc he a-s t ty, act tiSh trtd , l' rs t ¢n a' ll
nl :tn e»,»l - t -is Cc c,-ity 5 h.k , s re Laiia'sr s.v': - i» -
tiaon, it pans nt of i x-mt collected- i-s hs-a ot e csl'e.e lst
.e5isn , it h s t so i s heriff , t "Il he 5wrcl "l l p:;"nnns t also.
,14c lle nla -o .lctted " !.i ite sle heils Or I h .6 rt1 i (, iD
tih te eli ee hahi, ven IteiI Iv l the I~eu. t w x som: t vo i<
;it.Itorirec rald 0- nor -ts reoat, . o t r, to
tn e 'so t trtss ta~mc'l»t" that tndoin,- o aL II 5,'.., o
hasten toblocttet ahc bove -:ntt to our reader.. t .r dnel e o do a •ay
f nlu our articde of v'e. rday.
T.fu NtEW CITY TEt:A tEI:.-We publish the fol
lowing, which we clip from the Commercianl Bulletin
of yesterday morning, with much pleasare. The
whole coimtunity will endor.e everynyllalte uttered
in regard to Mr. (titfen, and if he can te induced to
enter upon the discharge of the duties of Treasurer,
with a view to permanence in office, it will be well for
the interet.ti of the corporantion. He it thoroughly
competent in all respects ; is admiraboly fitted, by prae
tical experience and finished business habit,. icr the
position ; and enjoys the unbounded confidence of the
tax payer,:
T, r",,! n" Gitrnfr.--The city of Newr (,rlean. ha- yt-,,,d n s~o
to fe eittlt. i."If upon hile oleclioll of Ih. g ntk~lulluat u-· its T: c+.' -
-rcr, in n-t o rdy oaudnatlv caple lto di(chonrc th * ti
ot ith( ofice* btlt Ne maint aiu. ,. minipcaclmlC n'.mtadlm it. a
r-e anoolhall u , htearId cit ri c Cnpimenit: Imo to hs
riti i y dctiCapaEly yVe.i .in iai oL-ot tir ot oto. c'Oi
iir, d ttwn deiroiittrii ute "i, ir ttoi . I t ,11
pcny. HI" told u- he wohld hi.a hntuetcc to haue t,.a ea lrv
of Toeaa o.r raied to ioto : otnd e eerei su sul e, 'ieo u ."u:
wire his pnrtc to t, 1, ;' to c hr,'el( O n of Sh'. (:1fe,. ni ,e- a
T'rrnaurer. 'This. i, a lr led tribute to tie te racter i-i o noni -
tenintious citizen who ha.o nm the phblc -e-t ,an c+ ,lJ Cke
by hi. l)tight coure oP lif., anod tli abili anid fd iti with
whichh hh L diShaatrgod liS .utii o P. ehuberr of i t' o.t ilr
TELEGRCAPILED TO TIIE CRESCENT.
ADDITIONAL BY THE BALTIC.
MEETING OF THE PEACE CONGRESS.
THE AUSTRIAN AMNESTY.
BRITISII TROOPS SENT TO CANADA.
ADYANCE IN SBREADSTUFFS.
No Tidings yet of the Steamer Pacific.
C'O~L _OS AD1T CV.:L:'1CZ"
COTTON 1MARKET UNCHANGED.
BY Trun souTNE.s a- NA.to..A, uLrs.
FOREIGN NEWS.
The telegraph having resunmed operations, famuishes
us the following additional news by the Baltic:
England.
The excitement in regard to Americanu afhirs is
gradually subsiding.
A large force of British troops will be concentrated
in Canada.
A mulatto girl was found 'ecreted on board an Aus
trian: ship lately arrived at Liverpool front New Or
The Fate of the Pacific,
The Baltic brings no tidings whatever of the miss
ing steamer, thus extiniguiohing the hopes raised bly
the report brought by tihe passengers on the America.
The Peace Movement.
The Conference was to open on the 23d uilt. The
Envoys had all arrived in Paris, and confidence in
the final establishment of peace continues.
The Austrian Anmesty.
The amrresty granted by Austria to political oflbed
ers owill be, with few exceptions, unconditional. Those
who chose can resume their citizenship and at once
bei put in possresion of their property. Those who
do not wish to again become citizens may sell their
estates, and those who take advantage of neither
claise will be considered as dead aand thehir property
handed over to their legal heirs.
A Skirmish-Russians Successful.
On the 5th of January, six Russian battalions sur
prised a body of Turkish troops near Zudngdidi. The
latter retreated, Iosing their gulns and baggage.
The Russians sOubnequently burnt the iPachais palace
and several villnges.
Marriage of the Duke Nicholas.
The Grand I)uke Nicholas, brother of the Czar of
Russia, has been married to Alexarndrina Petrowna,
Princess of Oldenburg.
The Africa Out.
Tihe steamer Africa arrived out at Liverrpool on
ithe 17ith.
The New English Loan.
The Rotilschilds take the whole of the new loan of
five million pounds. Money is tighter and the demand
exceeds the supply.
Russia on the Peace Question.
The Russian Envoy to the Peace ('ongress.ays that
unless peace is speedily concluded .serious difficulties
may interfere to prevent it.
Markets.
Mtulligan, Evans & Co. quote Breadstaf.s as having
advanced considerably.
In Flour there is an improved demalnd, and We-t
ern Canal is quoted at rr i to 3irs ; Philadelphia and
Baltimore brands at 37s to 39-s : anRd OhiO 3s.
Corn opened heavy, lbut improrved, and chered at an
advance of Id; ,fixed :3s 6d, Wibite : se.
Provisions,
Provisions are generaCi uly dul. Lard is quiet and
prices are irregrlar; quoted at 55s to 5GC. Western
Bacon lhas imiproved, and quoted at 51s to 3so Od.
The Money Market.
Losxoo, Feb. 20.--The Mloney market is more
stringent. Consols have advanced slightly, and are I
quoted at 90I to 0'. .
DO MEI STC NEWS.
From Washington.
Wi.stNtrTot N, Marcl 4.--The Senate has appropri
ated eighty thlousand doilars for f'eoiitcations at (;al.
r-ton.
The House has pa!- edt tie delciency hlill appropri
ating one hundred and fifty thouoand dollars fur
dioabled seamen.
,'AntttINGTo', foarch 5.-The Senate to-day admnit
ted Lyman Trunbull as Senator front Illinois.
A bill twas reported or mnlaking additional for
tifications and defences.
In the House, Kantas afthirs were diseuoo-ed.
Pennsylvania Democratic Convention.
Wa. sttoxroo , March 4.--The State Democratic
C:onvenltion of Pennsylvaniia have declared in favor
of Buchlanan as their ichoice foir thile Presideny.
British Troops for Canada.
Noow Yono, March 5.--A lago e riti-h force it or
tered to Canada, including the Sth roegiment and the
battalion of riflemen.
It is stated that every regiment attached to the
Hlome service will be iommediately sent to Canada.
New York Markets.
N.w- YORKc, March .--The stealaer's news had no
efliect on our market. Flour is itrm ; Ohio is quoted
at $,2.3.
i Louisiana Legislature.
BATON Ion.r-, Marich 5.--louse.-- \r. Jonrdan ill
troducted a resolution asking thle (;ovrnor to return,
for frthler consideration, the bill equalizing taxation
ill the city of New Orleans. Laid ol the table.
Mr. Sterling moved a recon-ideration of the vote
taken yesterday on the bill for tile payment of claims
for work done onl Cat Island. After a tremendous
trngegle the vote was reconsidered, and the hill pass
ed by a o-ute of 3: to 15.
The olpponents of the hi!l at one time left the Hall
in a body, and destroyed tile luormn.
The bill apropriate thrty-tw tit-it tousand dollars
for the paymlent of the c;linlt
River Intelligence.
LotISVrIL.o, Marech 1.--TI: river thas commenced
falling. The following boats arrived at this port yes
terday : Switzerland, Peter Telion. Sovereign, Mon
arch, Yorktown No. 2, Queen City, BIukeye, .\rgyle
and Alvin Adams. I)eparted for New Orleans, New
Ocean and Leonora.
Lottsvtt.e. March 5.--Thle river is still falling,
Iw ith ten feet on the lills.
The following boat. arrived yesterdlay : J.P. Tweed,
Persia and Washington City.
The Emlpire, IJ.J. Ward, Antelope, luba and St
Lawrence left yesterday for New (rieans.
YtICKSBnen, March 5.--The Equinox passed down
at 1 o'clock this morning, tie Slotwell at noon, the
DIelta . t 2, and tile Southerner at P1'. IM.
Exroltrs.--Te le clearance yesterday were, for
Ltiverpool, (;,3o! bales cotton, 12,7ol sacks corn,
.,7065 sacks wheat. For Coees and orders, 1,215
Stbales cottonl; thr M;arseilles, 1,00 bales cotton, 25:1
hidls. tobacco, a lot of logwood ; for Ilooeton, 2,4to 0
baies otton, 12,703 sacks corn. No signsl of glo-.s
yet in our -tleeta.
COL.TlcON's ('CLAiSce.LL Co.CElre..- The lah.t but
one of Collignon's claoical co terts, which have so
largely and desr\-odly Nwon the approbation of the
loircal public inl this city, will toe given to-lmorrotw
cotning, at the ()dd F'iellwo hIall. The programnle
temblrao:cs the same almunt of accurate and clahic
nuOic that hIn mtarked it Inecdctestort, fromt the com
positions of tHaydln, Mozart, Icethovcnt, Mendel.oohn,
Rlosuini, ttll other eminent matocd. Subscribcr. tick
ets canll e obtained a:s beftre. Those who have not
otlllttcribeld can secur.' Loate at the music stolre of
Hewitt and Werlein.
TlE (lREAT RtteSIAN Rt,,oeDty--TPro Bolo Publico.
" ':tcryI mothor !.ul Iuah ,nc t.,.\. in i: IC bdndl in c':-e
of ac idcots to tile h il:n." Iot ldst tl. ve Is a
Ilnoatt rn- lcd. ~t thid 'rty year: :tuLl!il.F, and i. Lecao ntettrled
by vsi"ian . It is a sure an ul n lt'dy cure fcr bWrra lfik ,
ooils, cots t, felons, chi,'ilu, ..ld tII . .eos o very t hiuo; for
',0cr r. - ler, itch, s&d 1-l0, locttle rI .h, itlule , tort
itc-- topidr ctngo, fC toc h,, _I, nctrhe n. scnrty, .o-C And
re0tl 1 llps, to" n uco, ar nip d I ih I. rmi r, , it i* n o-'l al
ogowing il n thoat con0tl00n'-0n tllt pteo t e,, r000 have l.'tt.rs f) on
ali ¢-'.t l, rci;·l, F liom, lhN. ýici:ull..l h ovi:c ins, nuciftie anl tth
r l,0. u it 0tIi e! o-e and recum nd It I
~icturet niso Cl ' curle d oai tile rr Oppet. Price, 25 cnllt t a
box. Reblinag & . toor tlc bA J. .rhgciht & O.t
Woiutom and allt d:tC , fClt oeoduIb,
USITED S1'T5A jT celI Cotur.-The Gorand Jury
In this Court havoe ereted truee bills against Robert lcichards
and otller; for n 'evolt on board tee ship I.cotlthia e l tie, on
the 2d of Janirt'y, enld nganhst Louis Oulliber, for opening a
letter hh.%Icdred to another person.
Fins' DISTIrc Cootr.-Emanucipation caces occu
piled titi Curt yes er'le., Pet-tiy rminl cases earce on the dock
Tmtlto Disn-ouc CotUT.-Judge Kennedy did neot
hite his decieiot in the Bellt and dlhfty mtahndmunus dtt inlljue
iotn te., yetmltly. It is exlpeceed Ihe e ill renler it to-day.
FrnTt D$STRICT CouIrT.-Henry Brock has seied
Ite. ci Bloet il this Court for damages of S2,L0), for an alleged
'el- cnipri-,mmenl, opeon a fi-a ceharf e of perjen'e-, bchl'ce Re
corder ,leies. ii. 2 i3. Schmidt h Co., ftr petitioner.
SIXTli DSTRICT Cosrte'.-o Mr.'Livingston, the City
htceechy,bs heahfeiteted siit ih thls court against Wi. 11t . Gar
l hnd, hte Trease -er, in leeheef of the cit, for l l t nesl o
e15%t0iel, tlleoe aeecltt of his alleged dettleacions, praying tie
isuamnce of writas of aathtehnlm to tls Simrift I" this and vnri
-oll othelr elrihlw -of the Staie in wtich Lthe defendalntc or is
cupposed to f"e Id lelly; f ind pray'ie g that e 'rie s padrdie-,
Cull po hull property belong ig to the dacfcnimh, b gi0
to nppear a1d euls\te"r citerroglloree in rciftrenct theretl.
t3i. cc 1 i.oten a cl Pike, ttorneys for the defendant, yce '
took a mlule onI t l illifl' to hale the aanchmeults sec aHide, on
lo, ae ,lielea of thle ijel tlceecy of the lflctton to autheoere [heie.
OPENINsG O MHR. GARLsNDtS TlNKe.--A tlrunk and
a carpet bg, taken frotm cen colttd ee sctooeertlece e El.l lhetb,
were cmcitllyolpellned ytstcday, in the 'T'reasuer' a onei, ill pre
sefn t of lf T-recurer, Sheriff, Chleif of 1.olie andi Finaer
(ltlllitQES. The h otrlokerhich belong ed l 3r. hGldand, coll.
,;ied !,iothiuv7, toilet lioides, book, ee ll e p ckohge if paiec",
nlln:t lO mlo y. fhe papers were t elk 'n p,^'c.i lll of 1,r.- the Fi
tnhce c'ltate ; hoe eir p:oiete ntue or vie e we e t dil no, cl-an;
bat it f- idl b cy refe ric'e to \[r. arland's Irolperty.
'IThe cnlarl -balF, vhic belonged to the. IHuglo. Ice:l or cook ,l i
Thle .clloner, twl i illo I i (;;oIln.) cntald roelbin'but elt4lohl. J
oc e buely of n t hi:e fc na:e iCt'lin. fetlnd dee ,lu (;t e"t
ntned -:n, of dlellnp-Oili~-ci of the e tc e l lrls, dle
lnllable to ~assignl the canise of denlth, Ie ltel llelppoe it to bf e a still
born t tiihecI."
r.i" ycnl's ~f age, filll i t ead on I li r f tit t I'- , Fil s Dir- i
trfct. Vct-ifcec " Ilro\-nd, by bi-inl accidentlly fallfn i-fl
til.e sriv .iiile ill e! n"aole of ifntýuica'i oe n h o t r uing of ile ;,
ISTAnItso cFFAdt.--Johnl Lcewis was badly stabl
bcd in llte nl ac by nill klnw a "FSoy," a Galltin
str(ltt rllin, On plalln e streer, on Tuedlay ll ight. Tc:he
wonded twi i- :t- ah ho iItal. o .c oye had noe t bee : r.he l-,
lip to lc cctt e e te i tucin.
. IO . efR OnfmIcT',S Cor o a.--Bridgct Fiin.ty was
y'¢ster'bty sent b, t'.te th, reicc Biere't o.-Lce t.i e. flr
tlllta s adll (Glllnnie(i.rrtt, tbnnt lt(Wo n o.lei:c i lriece. .he f F.
htORt ccErl .ceceg fccec. elelt t ueste-lee-ce east
u,,n )Hr. llitelnbertgr's ,~v~·e af Rfete ,.ll Ice belaec1to. t
Tihe fn-iHing partie t were dcccbacg : E c wirc l tccc , Tbdso
(:rt'ly. o:ic's (',lyro i cd I: c , arl olh of"e y, ac l c ce-et o -c
icc-l- a ind beltl,.c.
The flhW.lg larties ; rere armig;ned pal itd their case, flicd for
iew coi tcl rfit !iflce s ci le eeuiun Hlock, op,'ll I -elry}LI n
uil, aidi11ng solmn n . . . nut arr,,td , in pa:sn fah e .; + tte ohld
=uI m maI onIt. Chcles stctcct[; iced f"refecicc
i rt y:; iasinL g n: d ijnlr g bll (G. Illl-thcl, alt 5 19 8 -Gi.l
ice neeect, Phec T ehla) ; fixed for I ti f1t--iail given.
Dictk 31oris chagrgd "ill stcalirtl tnrnllk uc lolthng fro"
I;,,org,? I ;.l;]o ::.ga rlr , Imlltle t,{":!:e -ratt "r I~cbm p.m: , was .ut to
etle ktch -cite el-c-tcf lit, ic- prodcocec-er cat t n lql r.
fi;(cci-.ee i.al C, nye maci e rl e ilceI ,n ,bharge te- , c '
a:EClOg 1Ed Iret.:Eie A is totU i nlT .-r, ItI ' 1 Bay.-. I talt :lR e
, ,,Irci-i· Te r e h rln:r dc p ah ee1c-.te
Lbe pnbld o ilcc lilil the l ,e1 teelrfe er! ac-liig iall -l){
Ie ccld's --cw, n ot I h lc r1,,1; etilc cc-ecif tepee ,
.: ,-. I,ni v to ! ';p : " ~h n h,y r 'I.
Amusem-ents 'lhi, E1-cnhilg.
Ri, iN S Tr i : ir.-M'nmC )erihmy'n i enelil.
ST. CnlAREs THEATER.-fTn r. I. L. Davenport.
" , III , ' and the farce r "My it ei . lgyviv
GI:nTY TiAER." MI-i Mici-Lan's I euefit. "'Pe
Anrnon I iLLL.---Dithic PiRornali Of the tIUs
Ar :tnicAN C('In.--COorer of Magazine and Jose
TIIE Gtie T Bin .--1Th reat Au-trali n pei)rul
itg lin-r, . t \ . cS . St. Cii lriif tiiv . }l ll;:I(I i iCv liii.
'Ol. W\oiii MCii vit.--" Living f(ian-,e.to," ' In
1_ Gt. Cilal-ic sre et.
Stneatlbot Departures This Day.
ZTENNEBRE RIVER.
ii r,,-otwec, iamrnn , t 5 . o'ii, k. Li ii 8:uipp & CIo.,
Frogi; urect, ~gonts.
Wilv IvTE Y- RI SlVEiR
RED RIVER.
Rosa, Ssaibu, mnrler, ,iu 5 o'clock. Leni , Snnlf pp ('o.,:; Froul
sivriC .-vI T. ii . nili-l i Li, i ,ei iiiet, i , Ct..
OUACHITA RIVER.
Jutnhd/To~ltro, I:-1, tnn~ter, ,t 5 o'clock. L. Sn.app & Co., 37
F/'OrLt nfet-, 8.l,.k, P.
i ,i i, , v n.i np ,, 37i ' in oni fto
rn,)l, 1':,lthard : Co, 1 'o , :l Itnn-, f (. 'arond lel sty.. nc.CnI..
INViAL.ii.Ei REMEDIES.-Here are a fW simple
tiO - It iiet' in; an- in , dlih. i:
Fur ,,un it . . . .
iFor l-in-veIt . , 1," cr.
,1o k, n i, i At-- adot e . e 1 "1 "
lFor 'oullgh nil pd 0,1hl,-tkc ,'hcrry 1' •o-o
To, kee) oun olf jiiie-- t dc·Lr .abt..
L" lit' vOt A're sleltrile p)roiballllity In thlnt
ther'(olbo detrt,ý the "ýg:i, :",d ,J:or I he ",,ste , t'n
,-tl tiaCndl t.l "
Clay .loatanmenltal .Issocialion.
"rlýc I.-, .r l c,,lltc .h:ý Clllllmileil .ýl.* n/l iOnl n; !I~ c :l -: miet -
i ""r g u~ :. met rill., EDc:!.N'ING, at 7 o'o , M
.1 Card.
t'<'nl'.l. thc H"'n. R L. .IV , I Cr tho e i , cola o
he i o ];ýiý<il\-prelmn.'et r',ýr tllrllr oin :he cleb-iu ," o ,f e 0 a.h t
_>,ii.h c:: cy .bf :he I)t'la n nh.e.I
A. REICIHARDS,
oEC YUl an Jackw Fle l ,oml p No .c. 1"
.1 Card.
MISS JESSIE M'LEAN
Ileg, have to nunounce to the public of New Orlenll:: that her
AND LAST APPEARANCI:. will take place
1O Tl.lrrsndly Eveslilng, Il archl 0th, 1856,
11po1l which occsionL, will Lc preselted for the dri't lill ill Ihl
ciic, ithe ulrlrci1% or
Peg Waffington, or, Masks and Faces;
Together withlllTobi.n'* mu:lh admired three eact comedyof the
,m5 2p HONEY MOON.
Rich .eliet Carpeting.
We are in receipt of lew anrd beautiful designs of
Clhoice Velvet Tap.try CARPIETING ;
Clhoice rs-l-os .. ..
Choice Iligelow
TIre-Ply aldi Tanltry I,, iu CiARPETING':
Superfine nud Coumon .. ..
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
A .lrge n l.ortmet,l flronm 3 feet to 24 feet, cut to suit :my .ed
WINDOW SHADES.
A varietyf .g alAe, new I:a!tern,. Win(ow, Cornices, etc.
J. P. DAMERON & CO.,
mI5 2pt 2 7Chrt r and :tnholluse (ur, treet.g
.t'ew Orleans
S'A'1'IONEI IS' XVA H iOUSE,
N,. 60i CIAMP STREET.
BOO1S--o-llpriinlg the works og f th LrIt .;al,,lll i
modcrn.
HIlEAP PUBICAt',kTION\,-At publi..et ' pricer, received na
-ou n,· issule! f'r'om thl pre.%
nc'.ctedl witlh Frrei:t ram Ie tile I pri, i' in I h o llr p .
perbyg glldllgp.
TA.TI(O.lY-( ( '-onmkting . the mnost approved kinds, adapt
e,. to lhe lie ,f coiltll-ry,, and public ollicue.
IIIANI(: BOOKS maelli of the hurt We. bd paper, n lJ ,f We
1'.\ itl"Hit NlD It.k. [l.-lei'tler, ltoulscap, Fonlio, Post aud, nb.l
I'RINTINII AND 111). IIINDINII, in all , brnl
'CI\-]INTIIgg WORKS E l oter wort,, by the n-, approEg d
.ARglITEs "TUIR.\I. WORV.KS, in e1l ire br.uches. For ulec by
J. I. STEEL,
I.':E w PublhlLer, Ilookggiler amt Sit icir," e
J Ip3t n.
Direct Imiopotiation
-or
SP.I\C=_1\L)AND.'41MME1 ( CODDS
GXkILXTEL & JA1XSN, 18
18 C&RIF T. 18
\Sr llnr c iu`1 -:.a'ir ed, o::·ial :: ý 1 ci, ~ aoncl.: ý-. 3S inllilot.
LIDFNELD Al C ND 11 11N ilIDOlIII 1 N I( - l-RD IA
FIIOINCE I AND PLAIN N U TINS AND''I ,AANIIE';
D1INiIr:iD JACIONE: S, IID'1rI.INDDTTS AND IIIIILIAIAN
SEll' I N:I; t AIIFii!, I'D; IrNIS ANDI ,IA) INST ROSES;
EMBROEII I:I D111I I:, I'LIES AND D'IA;IISll rlI
N.NIII: 55 HW
LAe n NlANml:An, II INN, SIIASEI. Ar NI'd; S cllS
GIQUEL & JAMTOIPO,
.?IotfJfjing Goods.
IVc :," IIIIEI ;S, II''S:: .N _ZIN, .1mm,: N ol II IS IStll."
I L'-li'IISI IllS 'A'lE;, S JAMI.DO
Commudission Carpni Ta'rcroomns.
Nol. lAO 'AN .A1 -SIT!:EN.T NEAl; IllS1.;"IRi.r
NIIIII-AI KIll PI P A·f) INII iN IAINIII l. 7 E. 'IINE,
Nt I.E i(~t\I \I. 1i 'S.IPN IX:\Il, .(I )H.
J SEI'II;1T S CO..
InS 'Ii -1111';.'; t l I:
L'yo b',s tfthIraron,
FOR TIHE HAII, NEIt1ROU IHEADACfHE,
AND. TUi.T (U.
,'olt It nlatlif :u rt' a i 1 ~' c IH F{.: , 3 ,:,
J. WMilGHT & C(O.,
63 21~h 2M 11 A(0'htre ttt
Clothing,
T:.,,r":-I:T' ;V.'.,". ¢:i f t"AIL, AND WINTEIR CLfOTII
[N ~w ...ry le:![, f upr u,:"p-rv +. ,f c],+int out the rt, eck
of gnc, d to nakc r,;, hr r ýp!.nlcbl to ask of
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING.
We ar, now i" rrn:v '." n fI! n"-I,,c!t ol
LINEN l O<1 ( M SII I [T<;
lOI.FIiD CANS l'II'E. I'0T1'. AND 1ESTS) a F ew F1 i
Geautirhl ar: Ihlý".
A1 FURINI-IIING G(-0O1S, TIRUNKS,
I. P'ITKIN & CO.,
DIr. L dIlunm's Specilic,
FOR T 1E CLIIF. OF A CERTAIN I LAN OF DISEASES,
.S(UI AS GLE.IET1 , e:c.
Til rWehilrli of : I's IF' IIR T)lD]FM ie a t l 11ci:t Flual
.nte" for th hni r ,,,sif ihi- y ilc:i ll. It ia 1 ,l,51 n1) t to th1 e tateI
or il.,l.n ct.1,ir.n '!o b:l? il.rni,. ýrf. F,19" i
E. I. BEACH,
DIIIugist VrI Apothecarly,
m3 12p1hi0 tt corlnr1 l ('hartlre , and Cllttomhos11 e st ree1s.
Swedish and l ltnngariatitt Leeches.
Tlr tlh':ihr J i cnl n:( r,,'eir I E fDr usl os irprtt, ns of
A:uo ·old at lc!:iil.
JIAMES STUI,, Drugs ct,
m'3 2r,!f (';;rl r , '.,:+,, an I C:ý-.lldch t vrerlt.. \. O.
1h'Aolesale I1iatry Store.
PHYICIPANS.
'\ICTI!Y lF.\T. :ZX
5:t'I'I'.1 II SI I:ii:; 15I111 61 ;, ; ul· alteel ~f I.INIe; s's .ss'
JAMES SYME, TIrtsggist,
5,2plf Il1ss-d I3.sssl'sss s'ss".,s'ssser ss5S-st,NA
Sny-gicatl Iiu'druncnts.
CsssIs.ssl ;L (lissls ,ss:,,· :s,.
Isr1F s I - o-
rcl:ird " tllr'C ,h "if I`SC n jl lrrrriri ýd tol .\lrirc.-
i er nrn \\\1:..11)1,1II. h: 11.1 r,:, /phi l nry 1illrr l n lie by s~a
JAMIS 51 SE, Druggist,
0 2ptFl' 14; .in,! 13(,· auaij "-C,!, · Fullle (·liTnllfl , N. ( .
ON. TIt,111II 11'\C>Is ss,sts.sI s-ISl o>aric
JAMIS SYME, Drugsts
551 ýp; I:, n 3 t.ntý e.cre~~odtt .0
School hooIks and Slalioatcry,
T n1 I n ; SS. WI3CCTE,
i{ BOlSELLER ~ANJ) STAT TONER,
No. 105, ( ,,1 strut..
3fiac'inr.!F ririithg lte ciý in nnt o:' l EBOUKI, I'.\IVER,
BL SKA NK IWOK I, , .1 t, I]k K l A r, h:ine the
B of Ruck, 021,,1 uu B .iBAl i AN L TERMS, at
,TillU. BA CANAL STBEET,
Byrn'e bi Co.,
WHELESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
Corner of Camop and ComLamon eost i,
NEW OE1,(ANES,
RCnpoetfully ioform the·ir f, Ieitle nuts the pllllic that they~
hav ob openedot thle abouts looioo a largoe ad eiooolq lrll :t.
ntrnt of
1111011$, ('1lI10.I0tAI, 1'EEIOIOITRYI 00001.G01I 1N
S1EOI'El'kINT 1, jA\N0 'lNIl (10511' ARITIIIES, 0lt.,
allof woich ilolo bho oeol x1a0 01y t1110 .oloo yWill, a wpecio1
view to thr1 regnilru lno elll of this: ninl. Ll, n ml nhiclh Illy ollhr
It, nnle is raaalitlea to suit purchaxets, m ,I the mosot rcie-abldd
'onrt r, mylo, 111I Lck nd bm INf lA,I \'1100001
0 IOxlnnlly oil h oand,
lt'1, LA ; I I 0ANDES0 , t1 10 lRoPS, I.(iwol o lSS E, III., loI1 x ob10
th0e rel I Iirnt ftli$,nn'llc ef. f I,ý. 1101 ,. -10 11 A. OLmr, Ne10
York, inpniikngt, el' l'u, ollnlo lh1oo. 11. 1, I,. ood 0. b1y0 eIvry
Y ltOitloNol, llliOl falr oollnolls 101ll1', 000 or -lbot0,1
l001100tly 010alnl.01d.
,tttcilti·,ll·
1' It F, t' 1 l1' T II INS.
l 0..ll.1.,ooood ltll 10101. 11as 01r 1' of ver 1. wlp 0e,01t Ipol lcn l
10l-i cin00i . r 01v1 ) fll w0 1 0 " I ltiol: 01 1 0111.·vi);f li p r"
con~ponndeitur ilt Iln l·ro d 0} 1 Nl nigh ..
II11RNs C CO.,
Strai £LTIs
COMING TO NEW OIILEANS AlE INVITED TO
VISIT
IEEa MA3MEoTrIR
CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT
ALFRED MLUNROE & Co.,
No. 34 Magazine street,
TILE -LARGEST ASSORTMENT
-or
FASHIONAB.LE CLOTHING,
1~rca- 2 n ucmE. Zl- rS, .
IN NJIW ORLEANS.
,,lI _0 ducirntl i ]) in turI?· ilalllcu IIlamle.
INI)IA 11 I138 1 CEL.OI( I INCG,
TRUNKS, IALISES AND CARPET IBAGS.
S - ý hak., ipeaking the French ,al Fpa:unh lan ngv', ld
"aly. in Il:e. 'lu cc.
ALFRIED MUNIPOE & C'0.,
"A1 _"pI .di n .:ii, ri t~t. ,"ornl" ~f( li( ,eiTr.
Selling off to Close Business.
THE ENTHI:E STOCK
JOSEPH IU Y,
No. 20 CAMIP STREET, under the City Ilolk,
GOLD .\ND SII.VE:: WATCH'r- Si;
SILVlg AND ILI,.ATE.D WARE :
CSlicc ot l! EISt,FEI'IFF I I:E'Y;
FINE I ANCY ARTICLES,
ICOST oni IMI'F.OR ATISN.
of pulrchut'ih ,t hc 't file , r.l t,'¢ r llces F()t: j . {LSII or (IT1
yyý (' all n ,l t.X lan il. 1'.c lyea p.:r '!la.;!t u L. r . hrire.
F. IN(IFElTS. Agent.
p'.re Fet Ne.r E.n'JC.ee.p-t,e . . t.er -itl.'y1Il.
Rici 1 Co.'s SalantanciFer Sales.
WILDER S PATENT,
With Powder Proof Locks, that have never Ibeen
Robbed.
nrcoverI T r1.ss I II I -:" Iz a c r..1 s 110r or nOO-(s
lu:ld:i, , f or mld by !
S)UTI' : YD & I1lIHS1FN,
Carpetl U trrithoirsc.
19 (CA1i'.F.rE. STREET.''. 19
IP ILcy kaiddl ery,
a Vr Ei S :S N( ,VI RUN.
iyV. t i Moot '-4
10EY & (I)
SpfflLndid .ISSOtf'ltlltn
-"r
9 .Pý r1w m" Q QD A M· s ,
AT REDUCED PIFICES
P. A. IHELI3lRARTD,
18 CANA.L STREET, 118
1Ared iRiEN.A DIN I;
l;],.ek 1 I l l~llc' , ( U B I:Et, [.* . .
Ih : l k GR1ENADIN; :;
F'(L LA ID SII..;
1.riady, 1,.1.n 1 "00 '1 FN';; d ,RFý T*S;
?IIOETin G I1d N F.n.1O.1(l
Si -lo. ; " . .l nlo 00.,e11 t I:01 0 0
A '1.. INIINT -'0I I;
N I 1! 1N1 A 1 N I I ,
RF:.I']Al-Mi'.I' IF 'f/(ITHING AND STRA\W 1l 1Tm, ror
Tobacco.
LONG B11T.CK RICII T \1C('O, r ,r the .~iranI and
Texas .Mlark r!t. Ab.o, Tobacco for PTinnaficn n c, in s i
,1, and CIGAI TO11ACCO, conmsauly on hrl. and for l
TURNER & RENSIIAW,
21 pram-ly 111..,. p e p n irF
Dr. Thomas J. hlopper,
SURGEON DENTIST,
NO. 169 ST. CIIAIRLES STRI EET,
Opposilt Je L ette Squrre, N-ew O(Irleanl.
Dr. I. nth:v.d, to the a}uics of bli Prof-i o in llI its
d21 ;ply
George II. finleie,
PRINTERS' WAREIIOUSE,
No. 103 POYDRAS STREET,
L- P-' .c. Type, Inks, Plpor, Card", Card loard,, and
Plinth:g .M.,riai of -very d es ption furnised at the "horiet
uotice. 1: I Tgype Ita.i t iniexclhanr e for onwI , at tie I':h , olf '.
I er. arl d. . . . i p."_
George R. Carradinte,
DENTAL SURGEON,
ILate Mobilo,)
nre = blgcrv'bre in a;ll of the t aril ann ' ` l:(a s of the p ofese
v.- CIIIIIRI-N'S TY.EF:'I EXI'lr.k I'TE}), and ilice
Firce to palelf" in rega r to tle lunwlhlne ltuent anrd tLaltrl-ll t of
tihe tethll, frre ofcl jarm .
flarney llouse, Baton Rouge.
This wrell-known 10ut0l hI nlldergon, dIrinig t1bo past towo
100ll, ll )0rIy.I e-Iidi e alerPtlonshv0 a l..aIrs ; -ll-no-L improve
m-nt.s h-l e beell nndy ill dili'rcnt [,parts of thl eitdl,ll, hm,,nt,
the lroomls supplicd with tlle-pl.t-t, and l ili overlooked that
would tbolikly to add to tha colfort aud corvcnience of is
- mThe rn it lFre and cverytl/:in pe; taniinrto tile 1louse
hL S bel- TIhro.l.y oohplrr. 1ol I", bA put in FlIcft o 1der, 21d
i: is now opn for the le epti; of g .:t.
jne WIT. MARKIHAI.
.'Pfadam Faquer,
THE EGYPTIAN ORACLE OF FATE,
Philosopher, Astrologist and Physiognomist.
."-TIIE PAST, I'RESENT AND F1;UTLE 1 iREIiElALED.
EII{ESClDE-COIRnEI OF 1IY1)A A..D 1.ABlO\.E SIITEEISS NCW
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T 'EXITENSII TI'ME n AlE IO1' IAT(IIlES, JITWEI,t ,tc.,
1I c IAILtLNEIR SMITIl Aucthuc r.
riIIS lAY, DIarchti, at, 110 o'clock, aon! nlo
S w C U 1py, will I -ol 't au n, 4 ie how, 9 lnt
street, nanr l'lan-y
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Depois,
DIAIL LI" JIEt.1LIC.II. I'Nll EXTRACTOR,
21 q ".
J. Fl'". syntourt",
ATTOI,!:Y I- NDI ('(ll, SI:(T.I,!I ..T LAW,
IAI'ON ROULE. LA.,
fP.. Scanztr ltRleylnodS.
CI Iri' 2112! :,. 122 1111 "IIII VW ' IlA.12
30,001.
FraIprIJJOtl Ilucacalc I- Ian Lolci-y.
TIIE F VOPJITE
FORT GAIN121_2 2S _1I' TI LT2 I'T2 212.
:3If .2~i . 2,22.
.;iI, 222. ,!,. . 1. . .2:.2 . . ".<,
:1 L5
'(f-.i "'"li"'7':'' ·
$30,000.
Ilmprored Ilaranta Plan Lottery.
BY ALCIOITlt Y O(F THiE :OTATE OF ALA ;AMA.
Southei'ru Militarl y A.cademy 1 Lottiry.
FPor MIarch-C('l.o .A-New ti'e' .. o
TO BE DRAWN .1N.110' IC. 1 i, I N: IN Ti l, CITY OF
Capojitld Prize Ei.ght Tbitorooi,lrol Dollars !o!
r .ie I.', o 'i-Wti.oC o; ikn.lo.. 5 0 "1 , ,.( 1 I, i,
," co , LoW Otte 'l'it'tk . t 000it ,0+ i'ol, . ti' Co oo
Ca'- of dl wheat i1n'k t!,ken at p". AlI +nnmuni
SAM'L SWAN, .gent anrd Manager.
Rentoled I Itcnlored !
8'PROM1 NO. 15 TO 17 IROYAL STIREET.
.\ npr,13 0 ," l;)EiM DE 0CZY ' II.+MP 1, .,;NE. in gl-rta
a:i l L on o half , wl.i'l it eq) ,J to the0 I-, that
come t I. tohin maret.
OTIIER BRIIANDSo )I I tFERIOR QUAIITY.
SPA.\IKI,I o ..and STILL. 1OCK.101i 1)l a11:ld SIIERLRY
Ii LtA N DIE S:
SAZE!A', th e f tile Vil e of 1705,. i9 and 105, and otheo
Jr.lndP<.
wV II I S Y
Of all odesc iptiiCl-o c otrh, Ilt)l ,ye t lol flo lloo.
Al." ;Id POIRTER: , in ]l0,:, a.dli) urts,.
On h'ad, my u1,,. aosormco of the leot WINES E ld L0.
QUOISl in, Ih m))0ket, which till Oe oold Or na rebruoablo
1er8n a0n ay eather bo- in thli city.
SEWELL T. TAYLOR,
117 2pff N',. I7 Pd,- *trt.
Boots, Shoes and Brogans.
AT WHOLESALE.
Now lnolling floLnl thip Nr0,folk anl in sotore, t gcn, ,d l0ort
root of M(O'TS, 0itEI, ARO GSoN, IItTS to
I'nta t inl" ýnppllIid, rich to tooln IITo'1IINt oI 'l' , OO ltStI ST
1OT1,, IR0G S, W Eo .l , E t Ii t I' 1 . ,
STRAW t' CAIdI HIH'ETA(' S a it tte l000 market
FIOST A& CO.,
Jyl32 W 10 m1ril ,ttreet.
HATS, CAPS, etc.,
We are oortantly reririllg n geuernl nrovnl of ll k, For,
c'0.o I'tr '1 un I, egohorn Stolrw, 'olhtt n Leto , jlx-;.n o nd
Wool II1ATS, at the
LOWEST MARKET PRIInl...
FIROST CO.,
Jl1l 2pLW 10 .\taplo : toto eet.
~TO those Utsii g SMa,. Cantdies.
WTI.,e ntt,"ntion of h nLi lie oQ nlITtm to
l~v:l13l33t'nn,'l3333 ll-i' i 13313e 311e I 1311,IS l1ET IN ,I(:IIT
tl 1331111 is Auld for a I~onml AclAllly ,c\ri/h. ('333 f,1,cvn o
fi1 en 11111331 n, l lll, !(iFy, I ):l k l i "au 111*. " 11111 ll."rt tko
tlj5r TI 1 13,l11. live 3·rn 311 L 33 '1 1 d s n, t fait
ul 13 3 t1,e 113holo·ll e I3lr13 w I) i ll
' ^;:Irt, nr n ý n the I. tot ii' 11r m le-l court, buia tllln rho
~` The rlnllrrihrip iilr u ; l~n)-s merle their (.1I.111 ··1 full
1'330"ou 3 the .3 '3! 31En In i c::atec, nt thIilin e33
exll'r ritvnlr in the h Iuin ess enable. them I" n idly, l a rillticle e·qilst
1 clri;l·~l· v, ho de. ie to study their' one i clu es i and nt the
alnctim anour. <-artilcu o (G AT,, Cincinnati.
11?' The undcreiglrr d lir .s lo CLent Cur the ateUI· 111.1 Id or
JOSEP'II ANDIS ( 0o.,
jai ^ p'nr M _ d 'I'ch nnpit mliil· \ II rf,
le R AD i3iR. RZOUl(i3T1S'. 110)I UI NG
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1'nrt'. It. tilillinAlr, Pr., TII11: C(IIICCe·
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