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To say that if een Trefaed to vote the lbe an extrvagant estimate. e ts a tte thouand adopted citiazens de chat1 p ite ticket of a party the leaders of fwhich :w eoeeg fendip, had not only ex iuded tizens from every: poeaitton of pro Sbthad minted praecriptive andintgler ~anta odt be nather over than nuder the Add three thouosad and fife hundred to seven thonandA a vdfdr' c ndred, and; you have eleven thossaMd h ,atthenotside, the foll legal vote of he city: Howaesn As rvo .UoN Byreferencetothe adver. tisembt :in atnother olsn, a itwili be sen-that, on Mondae j the 2d lnsha a regelar meeting of this no ble and hilanthrople aaseelatlon, therfollowing gen tlemenawre eleotted principal offcers for the eseuing year:' Veer Gerge. Shaow, Presdent; G. Kor aheedt, Sat ice Prestoant;,. T: Schmidt, seond Vice PresidentD RIitardo, Secretary P. Conniff, Tresasuer. We cngruaatlaiete massociation on its ercellentse. lectln ofo oedrarandtwish it a nasinterrupted career of honor and oesthinesu. Tae f sr &S #rIa- last Sunday's edition of the Luiiaana. ath Zeitung, it was annonced that th! g partnerpiptween 3Gbo ie ELgenbnhl and Mr.I NKBoellia had been disalved, and that Mr. Boelitz ebd b eomelelthter and-prpretor of that valuable and widely circulated Germanot Journal We rieh1r. DeBobiteotch aofeeslonal prusnprity, and Mr. Ln mbu grat sncces in hisretirement. FBENH L aantarsg-e takepleasureinrefernng ear readers tola edetseedtof Mr. Leon Langrin, rom' iNo t Uivl,' eraity Bulding, eorner. of Baronne and Common streeta. Mr Lproposes to form eve ning eloasesinlthe Prench language during the nsum mer, oomenecine of'Monday next, 9th inst. We commend him a an able and experienced teacher to thospwlodeie to acquire a knowledge of this most imnpera*language. nw.OajEaasN FPMA 0I COLLuEGAET INBeTIT.e . The yoing ldieor tthis popular private academy, wnder the direction'f Dr. SMacaulay and lady, gave a very delightful exhibition Oftheirmuna lproficiency at the OddFellow'. .llst'veneig,. We were esr prised to ses, plaro e dass.oedn present-ith ball being tll , neerypaiwith thefriends and relatives 1 of the lhl papll-ea large and fashionable an assem- 1 blage as we ever saw there. The programme com prised elrcd&sia - vocal a'd instrumental, of the great masters of paluec, to all of which the amplest justice wasedone; the audience being profise in their applause, as'well anhin.the-flowere they showered upon the tage. We have notthe time to give a de tailed review of the pefeitahices. We can only state thtttha pliao isloe whtie leased is most was the" Ta;igleli tie"e eetest songs given, " Within a Mile M.dinbeo' town," and "I amrDteaming of thee ;" atd the beatduetts;le'Music and her Sister Song" and" Near "me, Norma." A grand overture froam,'Znpt.. ort ed with greatvigor and sweet ness by .liyveyoung ·ladies on six pianos, concluded the perfotrepo.- After that, prizes were distributed to the predeeteicempanied by appropriate ad drei.ee.' :Thtedxhlblto}. gavye the highest gratifica ion to ibsilarge andlence present. Tza . 'cse.-Tho chief topic yesterday was the gener ,he ottuoshdbreadetaimarkets in Egan , ia t hel of.the epartureof the steamer St wa received at Se 'Th tment epressed in eoasg spsertes, fe epreesngaceanto regarding coton. a:; @ tpe f. .t ellst at it ofonld stit advafleeae any egeiteeseni tending towarde highsf ben t, ltafhtadvaen go w d esave a ama lpreft .30 n;man t nihseod f bglenoiw snsthwe ay. At the :d-eu tn ne a ag f h;f, e Africa, there was consid: erayig preoaose o the .London money market. The .unilgo n.Bihtelk gla nd had hileni to.e9,1dn,82u in the lanon department. Tier , of couse, pressed on the generp d.e s o oce mesrket. Therewa colderable sfaling off in activity at our leveeyegsterdsayi loigwer lembtlanding, parti l-reIu, gl.e itlo s bat est evidence of summer dullnes.. At the.pp landing there was more doing, .y in the laebit9 gridg a recelvine of the several cargoes nof Weteion poducei which arivved on Sun day and Monday. Withethe e gton presses and warehouses business is drawing to a Te e. The stock of cotton-now about 140000 bales-plaapidly golng on shipboard. There are btat ew thonsand boles in first hands. There are daily ,Cse to the large surplus of shipping, and although'te quoted yesterday that two large vessels had been- taken op to load with cotton for Liverpool at 9-32. eterling, we learn that some ship pers are holding out for lower rates. Many eipressios of condfdence were made among the moneyediaen an Ilarge real estate proprietors at the result-of the city election on Monday last, it being regarded as confirmatory of the administration of the flecit etais of the city by the Council whose term of service is now about to claose, and the con gratalatigns passed, were strong and hearty. The holders of the city bonds and obligations express the strongest belief that the administration of the city is going fromand Into the hands of capable, intelligent and worthy citizens, who are willing to sink or swim with its destiny and welfare, and whose all-social, finoancial, commercial and political-are involved in it staortor weal or for woe. With these views of the Cossnil elect, oar merchants, one and all, seem tobe felyiImpressed. They are the feelingo generally on 'Change, and we have only to add, so may it be. aW The following citizens of this city embarked on board the 'eamer 3.A , fromNTew York for Liv erpo0., %n the 28th .ult,. Several go on iusiness, others fotr p~lJs , ;and perhaps some do not know what they so goig for, but may it is for health: Mr. Wig- and fJsoily, J. . Gaines andfamily, R. i. Allen, Thee. Rogers and wife, Demarn and son, Eugene M.fton, Charles Cavaroe, C. G. .Dumont, F. Loison. ...C. Goodrich and wife, red'k Williams, Isaac Joso e wife, Samuel Orifths, E. Cameno aa:nd sesar S. Sager. The Asia carried out in all 170 paseengers. The' Afca, arrived the same day from Liverpool, brought 17. Sw erthe impilo~ ela tbat ire had heard the t of of ~Ad vs. Walton supposing he 'e.i hejaiy ;the judgminet of the court, g aiht nr o.. . t faiot to oialin new-rial, ~a ethgaboanthl e verdictof the people on the 8thfi'joevber , last, would have satisfied the most siitnne".ctbntestant. It seems, however, that we re f have occaselon again to refer to the progress biatmay.be made-in h another tribunal, of this most 'p o.ld,-yenterday morning, took r t (ta remCosrt", * lElrhis Honor, dtod e ; a e O-bzavlle s view, always, the right egord iliatdlihiduty under the law, to proceed ith delaynd summarily-nade returnabtle on hehee ,a~lgday of Jane instant, requiring the plaiiittff tgie;ve beond in the exorbitant sum of one Ir wilt.re mbered, that tthe Supreme Court ad rneon tithe fo iMonday of June, or before; and Fing thereter upoq, that.day- is eqaivalent to dSekingit retrniaille for the efirstMoqdy oeg N.vem ber.neit, which ist.tonthOdly, rthe object and in tentionofIplalnti8',ess eiand judge! :it na see atwelsn, partiular case has progressed, and then nqoiro hs emerosae jstitce is adminis tered here jnthl '` at all hnaards"city. ;'The:i;.t wanntuted by bAuld about the 14th everer, 155. Tha e amswer was filed after the ex ejptistEnthietejorldlcttoton ofthe courthadbeen over 1rold ·eo.rlyin December; 1855. The case, after jiianay Mltle attesi opte, onthe part of defendant, to bring ito trial, was finally brought up on the 7th May tIot, and the, jury was on that day empanneled, ud the trial begun. The verdict and, judgment in favorf defendant were rendered on the 20th May last, the judgment .signed on the 26th of the same month, six diys after the judgment was entered. The appeal wasleeken on the 4th June, fifteen days afte.rthe verdict and jiidgment,. and made returnable "just in'thnIe to.be.toolate'! for this year, and just in time to allow the plaintiff to prepare for turning over the office in November next. Is this the party that talks so loudly and so piously patriotic of the prity of the bllot box?--a party which, whien beaten . firly at the polls, contests the election; when beaten fairly before a partisan court, with partisan officers surrounding the court and exe cating it 'rocess, and after obtaining the aid of a shameless partisans Legislatoire by the passage of spiclatlaw toeffect the final result of a suit after it "hbeen pat'at isse--again contests by an appeal, made after illegal delays, to the. Supreme Court! How well these things come from the "all hazards " party? The contested elections, we can tell them, as they will Iear' later, when the whole history is given to the world, will cost the " Black Record" and " all hazards party" more dearly than any previous thirst for office, and the cost will not be counted in Lou. islana exclusively.o No party can exist upon fraud; and the best evidence of their downfall we can offer is the result of last Monday's election, when at least one thousand true spirited men who formerly voted with the Democracy, turned against them, sickened at their attempts to retain power " at all hazards." 'rIt may not be generally known, and we therefore mention it in this connection, that the other contested election -cases which were fixed for trial this month before Judge Robertson, have been by him postponed to the first Monday of October next. One year to try a contested election case, and the law says they shall be tried ussmearily! What a humbug is law in the hands of an anscrupulous and partisanjudge. By the way, as the judge is under indictment for a crimi noaloffence, punishable by fine or imprisonment, what moral right has he to occupy the tribunal of justice and pass upon the claims of citizens not charged with offences against the law, much less indicted by a grand jury of the Commnonwealth? The Smaslnem s ofilhe Vote. Now that the official returns are made out, it will be seen there was a comparatively small vote polled on Monday-partictlarly on the Democratic side. There are a variety of good and sufficient reasons to account for the smallness of the vote. In the first place there were probably one thousand legal voters absent frnpmthe city-our best men and largest mer chants. Here is one of the. fruits of holding the elections in the summer. In the' second place, great numbers of the Demo craticoparty refrained from voting, because the Dem ocratic ticket was objectionable to them. This was especially the case with the friends of Mr. Soule. What care had they for the triumph of the Slidell ticket ?-for the elevation of an unrelenting and im placable enemy ? In the third place, many adopted citizens voted the American ticket-many declined voting at all. Very few were "intimidated," as the fashionable phrase And in the fourth place, we presume, at least one hiundred " old line whigs" staid away from the polls altogether. Put these facts in juxtaposition, and reasons why a small vote was cast are readily comprehended. Altogether Unfounded. The following is the commencement of a para graph of a long and violent article in Tuesday's Courier : "The paid and salarited bullles or the K. N. party, armed to the teeth begsn early In the morning, oingoin gangs of tweontes and thirties from ore precinct to euother." The above embodies untruth and injustice in about I equalproportions, as we shall proceed to show. The I Courier speaks of "paid and salaried bullies of the K. N. party," etc. We state Ist. That no " paid and salaried bullies," or any other sort of "bullies," were employed by the Parish Committee of the American party; 2d. That no "paid and salaried bullies," or any s other sort of "bullies," were employed by the candi r dates on the American ticket. Waterman, Theard t and Guyol would have suffereda thousand defeats, sooner than have triumphed by such means. And it is a, great wrong and outrage to reflect upon them, t even by indirection; add 3d.. That no body, or club, or association of any "description, or nature whatever, authorized to act t for the American party, employed or countenanced, Sr paid and salaried bullies," or any other sort of "bullies,".on Monday last. These are facts. We trust our cotemporary and the public will pay a proper amount of attention to t them. We speak bythe card. Weknow whatwe say; and are positively sure that not one of the fore going statements can be truthfully contradicted. MOE HALL-The restaurat department of this well known and popular establishment, which has been most successfully conducted by Mr. J. I. Daniels the past season, closed a few days since. We ac knowledge the compliment of that splendid collation and the accompaniments. The discussionon the ma terial portion of the propositions involved, were of great interest, and were decided unanimously in the affirmative. During most of the past season, the restaurat has been under the management of our friend George Cullum. We can bear thorough witness in regard to his capacity, courtesy and fidelity to those for whom he catered. We wish hinm much health and prosperity until the fall season opens, when we are led to believe he will resume the post he has filled with so much efficiency and acceptability. In the interim, we un derstand, he may go to Cullum'4 Springs, Choctaw County, Alabama. We trust he may return to us with his health completely restored. The bar department of Hope Hall will remain open throughout the summer. Mr. John Britton will pre side over this department. He will give full satisfac tion-there is no question-being just the man to do it. PUBLIc SnonoL ExIonrsioN.-The annual exhibi. tion of the Public Schools of the Second District will come off to-day at the Orleans Theater, commencing at eleven o'clock. It will be well worth attending, and those who wish seats should be on hand early. We have to thank the Superintendent for hinvitations, and will make it a point to be present. FAREWELL GX.F EaNTERTAINMENT OF MR. MACAL Llsrea.-To-nlght the lucky will have their last chance at the St. Charles Theater. M)r. MaealHster will distribute among them eighty splendid gifts. valued at 0M0. All who have attended these nutertintments bear sWitness as to the fairness of he distribution of tile gifts and to their rvalue, Wn think the amusement afforded by the scene during the drawin es well wonh the entrance money. BENEFIT OF MR. HOWARD AT THE PELICAN.-The pieces selected for this oeasion are, " The Queen of Abrurt " nd " The Dead Shot," each piece btving a strong sast. M.Ss Marian Maartnhy. as usual, sings a number of fne songs. We hope that Mr. Howesrd will have as full a houe a he dtervesm OFFICIAL. IMAYORALTY OF NEW ORLEANS,, ClTr t Hui C Jfue4, 185. 5. d ]rcanat'to the provislons of lhe Fourtentlh Secion of a act o th Lgisat of this State, enltled 'An Act to amend an Act to Consolidatle tile clt1 o New Orleans and to provide for tie government of the City of New Oreans, and the administration of the afi8 rsthereof, approved March 12th 1856," the t Undersigne d e Sr, ReTorder of the First Distrit o the Citfy of NewDlta, Firt, Seond and Fith Justices of the Peace of the Parish o Orleans, met this day at the office of the Mayor of se Orleansos, ad there proceeded to ths exa mination of the returns oshe election held on Monday, 2n d Jne, 181, in the sevsrlS wards of the City of New Orleans, for a Mayor four ReSordess a Comptroller, Street Commltasloer, nine 1fit-' of Sthe Berd of Aldesrmen, and fifteen Mem bersof the 3504t of Assistaut Aldetrmen, and do herebyde. tolS 3he5 3folohlig to be the meshlt, thereof: -- ' - Mayer. Cemptroellr, SLCommls.-.r. Preci ovts. 35 I.............133 261 15 59 3 6 I ............. 199 250 199 III.............258 18 4 178 1 IV............. 197 234 184 23 6 V ... .... 72 159 374 153 185 160 VI ............. 48 176 43 171 4 18 VII ............. 367 124 3l 124 53 130 VIII ............. 21 139 214 15 210 139 IX... .13 109 131 107 13 109 x ............. 4 89 8 5 41 92 XI............. 10 1 94 9 1 X11 ............. l3I 149 212 149 107 11 XII ............. 194 86' 192 8 187 92 XIV ............. 1351 105 15 10 1 103 XV............. 2 I 2..293' 124 274 144 XVI"".......... 9 79 32 70 -4 XVII............. 0 3 8 7 VIII............. 17 195 .1 10 I 162 XIX............8 25 63 24 8 24 XX.............16 71 164 71 109 78 X I............. 1 73 16 71 18 XXII........... 117 5362 150 344 175 XXIII.............74 69 234 1 1 70 Total.;....4726 .752 473 265 44l5 2817 SFIRST DISTRICT. RECORDER. ,, ---- Precincrt. . -- I. II. II. IV. V. VI. VII. Total Gerard Sflth.... 119 217 265 405 379 1 2 366 2234 P. B. Taylor.... 252 18 162 116 12 163 121 1247 ALDERMEN. Prcncin. . I. II. 11I. IV. V. VI. VII. Total L. H. Plae..... 135 251 284 391 276 435 756 2206 .Amedee s Landy 131 20 255 397 366 428 35 2181 H. M. Summers. 13 252 153 393 574 43 356 2193 S.m'lI Smith.... 2"61 201 167 232 161 184 123 1934 J. C. Shannon.. 260 196 -168 31 161 177 126 1319 I. N. Mark..... 2l1 193 164 214 141 169 123 11066 ASSISTANT ALDERMEN. rRs1 wADn. Precinots-First Second Total S.B. Day ..................... .... 131 27 376 J. E. C smpbell... ................. 133 13 376 J. M. Reid ......................... 2.1 192 452 N. Oveton......................... 197 57 OsECON WARD. Precincts--Third Fourth Total John M. Hall ....................... 263 390 643 A. W. C per ....................... 2419 384 5 M.Martin .......................... 167 294 311 A. Robin ........................ . . 165 227 92 Precinss--Fifth Sixth 8seventh Total N. E. Batley . .... 375 431 356 1162 C. Banister .............. 70 429 360 114 M..B.s. . o...........1. . 1 3 173 1 13 444 A. .Wilson............ 155 177 ' 125 457 SECOND DISTRICT. RECORDER. P -Precincts.- -- VYIII. IX.X. XI. XII. IIII. XIV. Total J. L. Fabr...... 219 149 51 82 212 119 134 1045 ClementRasmo.. 118 105 79 95 146 81 107 741 ALDERMEN. VIII. IX. I. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. Total Adolph Dpre.. 2109 152 44 13 919 119 139 1012 A. 7.I8tgomery.. 212 152 44 76 109 151 134 1026 P. Forstsll...... 7141 107 102 11 2 107 757 J.A. Braud..... 140 108 90 104 151 0 10. 783 AS.1IPTA1NT ALDERMEN. Preints-t-Eighth Ninth Total B. W. Hebrard.................... 214 153 366 .35. . ming .................... 200 148 848 Ed. Beebe ......................... 159 109 248 C. Honold......................... 134 108 243 Presinct-Tenth ElevIenth Twlfth Total Vtictor Sent ............ 42 75 212 3 '. 1. Wriglht........... 86 97 145 1S Precinct.--Thirteenth Fourteenth Total John E. Holland.................. 188 141 32i Henry St. Paul .................... 90 10 190 ITHIRD DISTRICT. RECORDER. .Preencts .. X1V. XVI. XVII. XVIIL XIX. XX. XXI. Total Jo. Saolomon.. 260 95 32 192 65 159 69 891 1 . Soursneau.. 636 17 143 .. 76 17 615 ALDERMEN. . . Precincts. XV. XVI. XVII. XVIII. XIX. XX. XXI Total P. S.Wllt.... 27 79 3 191 63 166 74 892 J.V.0Gousds 283 77 29 187 12 162 72 872 A.E.isnrenuS 5 1 34 2 151 24 73 19 432 F.....ss..s.. 132. 1 9147 24 7 12 421 ASSISTANT ALDERMEN. selv ZrXa wRD. Precinetso-Fifteenth Sixteenth Seventeenth Total Leones Burthe.......... 2 78 30 38 O. B. Brods el......... 132 33 1 16 Elcara wsrta. PrecinctsE-Ehteenth Nineteenth Total S. P. deLsabrr ................... 6 57 243 James Phllips..................... 142 26 168 Manrti WARD. PrecFncts-Tswentieth Twenty-.irst Total W. C.Rymond................... 162 70 ±22 Ales. Leleps ...................... 73 15 8 FOURTH DISTRICT. RECOIt DER. Precincts-Twenty-Second Twenty-Thltrd Total F. Bosli y ....................... 17 204 51 11. ......... . . 149 76 ns AL. DER MEN. PrechIcts-Twenty-Second Twenty Third Total B. S. Inrrlon .................... 9 20 59 It T. Vennard..................... 354 224 573 John Armstrog ................... 166 66 222 Y. IV . Ivey .................1......12 6 22 ASSISTANT ALDERMEN. vrsrn wl~o. Preclnct-Tweuty-Secosd J. B. Oliver.. ........... ...3.................... T. . W iltkcr ...................... ............. 145 Scasttering ................................... . 8 RMVM~inr WARD. Precinc D-Twenty-Third Robert Hutghe .............................. ....... S"0 Logsn cliuiht.................................... 73 1 The followlit named persons are hereby proclailed duly eleter Maysor, Recorders of the First, Second, Tliird and Fottnh istricts, Compltroller., Street Commissioner, Membersts of tlbe Board of Aldermsen and Members of the Board of Assisant Al dermen, of the City of New Orleaus : Mayor of the Clt of New arleenua Charles M. Watenuan. SRecorder of the irst District Gerard Sl ith. Recorder of thle Second i strict, J. L. Fabre. IRecorder of tile Third Dintiet, Joseph Solomo n. Recorder of the Fourth Dlstrict, Francoisa Beligny. t Comptroller,5 Tboma Theard. Street Commlissioner, P. Amedee Guyol. Memberls of the Board of Aldermue--First District: I. II. Plses, IL. 8L. Summers, A. Liandry. Second District: Asgus tasMontgomery, Adulphse DnIr. Third Dtistrlct ; p. S. Wlltz, fJ. V. Gsurdu.. . Fourth District: BenJaminS.Harrison, II. T. t Vennard. Msembers of the Bosrd of Assistant Aldermen--First Ward, NathanielOvertob s J.6L. Reld. Second Ward, JosI M. x1.I, A. W. Cooper. Third Ward, N. E. Bluleys, C. Basister. Fourthl Ward, W. 3I.Flemmtng, B. W. lsebrard. Fifth W\ard, Vilet BeSst. Sixth Ward, Johs E. IIollasd. Seventh Ward, Ieonce Btsrthe. Eighthl Ward, S. . Ite la Barre. Ninth Wtrd. W. C. Rsysmond. Tenth Wardl,J. B. Oiver. Eleetslh Ward, Robort h the Board had arrived at the box of the Eleventh Pro sclst, tno rseturn 6 made. it appearing from a statelment made thatlhepollsweseclosedsIt habslf past 12 o'clockP. ., and the boy brouglt to the Mayor's otice. Tws of tile inspectors being here present with tie clerks, were willing to make their return so fIrs as tie election had gone s p to tl Io ler of closing afore said ia majlsorsty of the Board of verifction were of lopinion thats lthe two COnmmssioners could count the vote, and make their re ta. the Mayor dissentlng, eonsit.ring that such swa not the Iegs course to be pursuesl; the two Inspectors, having mads tthe 5ount, made the return absove 1statel for said precinct. From the returns o the Nineteentlh Precifnct, the polls appear ito haves beenpresidd by only two Inspeetors, ssd the return signed aecordiagly. IL the Twenty-second PrcFicts the return is sig.ned by two IsIn p thors only. In faith whereof we have hereunto ssgned our names. JNO. L. LEWIS, lMayor. GEORGE Y. BRIGIIT, Recorder First Ditrleit, D. F. MITCHSLI. First Justiceof the.sI'ses, C. II. BRADFORD, Second Justice of the Peace WM. PILES, Fifth Justice of tlle Peace. YOVUN A EREICX BILLIARD SALOON.--Of the games asd mttttsementst whichr leltin our city, there is, probably, no sone wiicsh ejoys so great a popularity or so large a patronage as billiards. Concerningl the merit of the game, it Is manifestly 4needless for us to say atytlhingi blt those s ho are players shotdd not forget the tables of 5 the VYoung America 6loon," on Graver street, ear to thie St. Charles Ilots]. O' A good artlle will alrwoys trlltmplh over any pretended ijitatiou. It has been aid thalt every city is t prutie of humbogs ; buto let . really meritorious article, capable of doing all that is promised for it, and it will stand tile test ot any opposition dependent upon inflaed notoriety; and lostetter't famed Stomach hitters beat evidence of this, for it has been taken hold of by tie people and tried, and not fosund wanling io aty case of dyspeptya, in any form. Wlhen thetse facts are known, why should it not be appreclated, and used by everybody. For tale by druggists and dealers generadly. Wholesale by E. J. Hart A Co., i79 Tchonpitoulas treet, Cady & Holmes, 7 Gravietr street. myi &61ltw THE GREAT RUSSIAN RSlEMDY--P.o Bono Publico SEvery mother should have a box in the hosue bandy in case of accidents to tbhe children." s Rddloga Rusioa Slve is a Boston remedy of thirty years' stauding, and i recommoended by physians. It lsa slrte and s eedy cure for burst, plie bolls, corns, fnlono, chllblains, and old sores of every kind; fao fever sotres, ulcers, itch, scald head, nettle rash, bunlons, sore nipples, (recommended by nurses,) whitlows, stles, festers, fea bites, spider stings, frozen lmbs, salt rheoum, scurvy, sore and cracetdlipt, sore nose, wara and sh wound, t Is a most l uable remedy and cure, wdhich can be tottliod to by thousands who have used it in the city of Boston atd vicinity for the labost thirtyyears. I noinstance will this salvedo an inJlury, or in. terferl ith a pthysictan'sprecrlptlons. It It made from the ourest materials, from a recipe brought from Russnl--of artlclesl growiugin that country--and the proprietors have lettert from all classes, clergymen, physicians, tea captains, nurses and oth erswhohave used t themselves and recommend it to others. Redding's Rossia Salve is put in large tin botxe, stamped enteba cover with a pictureof t horsed and disabled soldier, blwhich picture is also engraved on the wrapper. Price, 25 cents a box. Redding'& Co. For sale by J. Wright & Co., 0.0. Woodman and all dlrugglsts, felt eodom&W TELEGRAPHED TO THE CRESCENT CINCINNATI CONVENTION. THE NEW YORK CASE SETTLED, TRIUMPH OF THE AD1.INISTRATION. FIRST DISPATCH. BT HEB NATIONAL LINE. CINciNoATI, June 4.-The Committee on Creden tials will make their report this afternoon, declaring the New York Softs entitled to thirty-two seats, and the Hards to three. A storm is anticipated when the report goes in, as this decision is a complete Administration triumph. SECOND DISPATCH. A resolution favoring a road to the Pacific was tabled by amajority of eighteen. The foreign policy resolutions passed by over two thirds. A motion to reconsider was lost by seventy nine to one hundred and seventy-nine. The Committee on Credentials is not prepared to report this afternoon, but will report in the morning. The Convention has adjourned till 10 to-morrow. Report of the Com enlttee on Resolutions. CIXrINNATI, June 4.-The Convention in session at ten o'clock. The Committee on Resolutions reported this morn ing. The resolutions advocate the strict construction of the Constitution against internal improvements, and leaves the veto question as at present. Know-Nothingism is denounced, and classified with the Alien and Sedition Acts. The resolutions reendorse the Compromise of 1850, endorse the Nebraska act, favor the admission of States into the Uhion, with or without slavery. They are strong on the Monroe doctrine, and say no foreign power shall control the connection of the Atlantic and Pacific. The resolutions were enthusiastically received. Affray in Cincinnati-Editor Stabbed. CIocnrNATI, June 4.--George P. Buell, editor of the Democratic Review, Washington City, was stabb ed in the back, in an affray here to-night. He is seri ously injured. We have not been able to glean any particulars concerning the affair or its cause. The Markets. New YORK, June 4.-Flour-Straight State, $5 to $5 50 ; Southern, $5 to $8 75. Barrel Lard, llc. River Intelligence. LOUISVILLE, June 4.-The river continues to fall, with three feet nine inches in the canal. VICSBUnRG, June 4.-The Crescent City passed down at two o'clock, and the Planet at four this eve ning, bound for New Orleans. CLoTraIN AT IEDUCED PRICEs.-Our friends, Messra. Alfred Munroe & Co., corner of Magazine and Gravier 0Creetu, being desirous of reducig their present large stock of summer clothing, aro ofering goods at very low prices. Theoe in want of such artiles ill do well in referring io their adver tisement in another column. WALL PAPER.-Messrs. Todd & Co., No. 120 Canal street, advertise in another column that they have received a large addition to their stock of wall paper. We would epceially remind oer readers that the goods of tho above ten have always been remarkable for the taste with which they were selected. Of!1 Otff: Off!!! PRICES OF SUMMER CLOTHING GREATLY REDUCED. ALL SHAPES AND SIZES CAN BE FITTED. MORE FRESH GOODS BY THE BLACK WARRIOR. Clerks Speaking French and Spanish Languages. ALFRED MUNROE & Co., 54 MAGAZINE STREET, corner of Gravier, Desirous of reducing the present stock of SUMMER CLOTH ING as much as possible, we now offer Great Induce ents to Purchasera, and those honoring us may rest asured of getting a BAR GAIN. Below is a partial lit : Single Mlll'd Cassimere FROCKS AND PANTALOONS. DrOp D'EteFROCK andSAC COATS. Very superb Fancy Linen Drill COATS. Earpour, Alpaca and Merino COATS. Check Linen, Brown Linen, and Fancy Linen COATS. Fancy Linen Drill PA NTAI.OONS, 20 different pattern French Drap D'Ite PANTALOONS. White Mareilles VESTS. Very rich arsortment of Fancy Marseilles VESTS. Rich Fancy Silk and Satin VESTS. Bombazcne, Barpour and Alpaca VESTS. Gauze Merino UNDERSHIRTS, whole and halfit sleere. Gnaue Cotton " " , Lisle Thread HalfHose, Gloves, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Cravats. Very large assortment of Linen and MIslin SIIRTS. o .s' Cr. O rrlrra, Our assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING Is very complete, em bracing all the above styles mentioned for gentlemen. Parents and guardians are invited to call and purchase well made cloth ing for the bho)ys under their charge. A full asortment of I all ticles manufactured by the Union lndia Rubber Company. e5 2One Price for Goods-No Deviation. 'aoung .lmerica Billiard Saloon. Gravler Street, next door below St. Charles Hotel. Those desirous of enjoying a game of Billiards in a cool, pleasant room, should call as above. je5 2'p3t LUCAS OIRLICH. WIall Paper--- Frall Paper. W000 pieces Superior Wall Paper, various patterus, with bor der. to match, for sale low, by TODD & CO., je 2p3t 120 Canal st., Touro ullildings. Dissoluftion. The co-partnership chretofore existing under the style of MILLERt & RUSSELL, has been dirssolved by limitation. 0. P. MILLER. D. P. RUSSELL. Remtoval. The Insurance Agency of the undersigned is removed from 92 Camp ,tract to 15 Commercial Place, je3 2pGt O. P. 'MILLER. Haif a Dozen' Excellent Skirts FOR $7. IHIALF A DOZEN FINE SHIIRTS FOR $9. HALF A DIOZEN CUSTOM MADE SHIRlTS FOR $12. HALF A DOZEN GOOD LINEN SHIRTS FOR $18. A good it guaraneteel, beautifully sewed, and buttons war, A splendid asortmcentjust received. Slhrts made to order f'nom 24 to $100 per doz. GET YOUR SHIIRTS AT -S. N. MOODY'S, Gentlemen's Furnishing Emporium, Corner Canal Street Je2 2ptf and Exchange Place. .lston, .llygatt & Co., (forerly lurnett l& Bostwick) PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS, ,l c.t3Xr sZ.-ii .,e l', Will issue on the first day of January next the "NEW OR LEANS DIRECTORY," embracing the names of all citizeno1 statisstcs In regard to public Institutione , o andr e a Planter,' Directory, containing tile names the most prominent plantcrs in LOUISIANA, MISSISSIPPI, ARKANSAS and TEXAS. A number of competent and experienced persons have been for the last nix months constantly engaged upon this part of the work ; and it will be compiled at an expense sunicient to defray the whole cost of publication of an ordinary Directory. All business applications should he addressed to W. H. RAINEY, Box MI 213, or leftt at 1 Crnoo street. je2 203m Quinesy, Constton and Scarlet Fe YER, SORE THROAT AND IBLAC TONGUE. Rub in plentifully of DAILEY'S PAIN EXTRACTOR all over the neck and poll, and put some into each ear thrice a dXy, and keep a plaster on, and oil ilk over it; if the cwelling be so as to nearly prevent breathing, relief will sonbe felt ; continue it till well. In black tongue, (which Is much like the plague, it chows Itself frst In a red cpot, then swelling, and at length ecomes mortified,) rub it in, etc, as above, and no farther pro gress can be made by the disease, but cure will be certain. For sale, in New Orleans, wholle and retail, at proprietor'a prlees, hy J. WRIGHT & CO., Je2 p3tMloWeSa 21 and 151 Chartres street. ratchlenaking I Patchmaking! I. r. B1TCitXwy (Late Young & Co.,) 8 CAMP Sr., Recpectfully invites the attention of purchasers to his entire new stock of fine WATCHES, JEWELRY and SILVER WARE, manufactured or imported exprely to his order, every article of which Is fully guaranteed. Particular attention s invited tobhi assortment of WATCHES, hich cannot be ee lled i the city, and will be sold at prices lower than is often aked for an inferior article. SwThestrictee t attention, as heretofore, in Watch Repairing, Diamond Stting, or Jewelry Work. cy14 I plo Georgia Lottery. Authorized by the State of Georgia. FPort Galns Academy Lottery. Class 16--To be drawn in thie City of Atalanta, Georgia, in public, on THURSDAY, June 26, 156, on the HAVANA PLAN. SAMUEL SWAN & CO., Managers. Prizes Amounting to $34,000, Will be distributed according to the followifg brilliant scheme. 10,000 .'umbers-219 Prizes: -Scheme. 1 pri of . ... ....... ... $10, is................. .$10,00 1 eprle ef ............ , Is...........5....... 1 r e .................. 3, s................ . 3.. 1 prie f .................. , Is................ . 1, 1 pre of .................. 1,00i is................... Sprizes of .............. ... are.................. 2, prir s of ................. 20 are................ 2, S pyrizes of ................ ]0 are ................. 2 000 44 yprizesTof ................. 0 are ................ 18 4 prizes of 880 approximating to $ IO,0o0 pri are....... 240 I l4 pr.m of 0 approximating to e0S, prizhe are...... 200 i pre esof 40 aepproximatteing to 30tey artea e . 10 i8 przes of c e approximateieg to t 0.ttlpeesartee.. i. 50 2y priesof 2 elpproimating to 500 przes are...... 4 40 przes of l pprole tiriegto t prizes ate...... 400 S2 - pie ee bttting t ..................................t ,O APPROXIMATION PRIZES. Tile two preceding and the two following numbers to thos. drwling the firt twenty prizes are entitled to the 80 approximn Stto priyze, in the usual manner. Remember, that every priye Is drawn, and pyabl. i flull with. out deduction. All prizes of $1000 anrd under paid immediately fter this drawingl-othe r prizes at the usual time of thirty days. All eommunicatios strictly confidential. The drawn numbers will be forwarded to purchasers immetdiately after the drwing Whole Tickets, ; Heit st, $2%Y ; QUarters, $gfi. Ptrie Tickets cashed or renewed in other ticketa at either offie. Orders for Tickets can be addressed titter to S. SWAN & CO., Atalanta, Ga. Je2t 2td or S. SWAN, loutgomery, Ala. illabama Lottery. Authorized by the State of Ahlabama. Southern Mllltary Aesdemy Lottery. Clast E-New Series-To be drawn in tile City of Montgomery, Ala., is public, on TIIURSDAY, July i1, 1tS6, onthe HAVANA PLAN. SAMUEL SIVAN, lIaneger. Prizes Atounting to $205,000! Will be distributed according to the following magnificent scheme. -30,000 Ntumbers-CC,i00 Prizes: 1 r e of .................5,0 is.................. $3,000 1 prize of ................ I0,.0iW 1................... 10,01 i pre of ............... i, it................. 5,.t I prie of................ 2,t is................... 2,00 prze o ................ 1,10 is................... 1 i pr of ................ lIO is................... l,1t0 I baze of ................ 1oe is................. 1,0 l prie of ..............:. UJ ie................... 9O 1 price ot ............... 1 i ................... 1 prize of ................ 6O2 is................... 6J) 10 prites of............... 2 are.................. 2,0 ) 14 prices of ............... 10 are.................. 10,000 4 prize of $2t0 approximating to 5, 0 prize are .... S) 4 pries of 1el0 approximatine g Ito .05 prize ar.... 4 pries of 100appreoximating to ,c prIize ar.... 40 4 prizes of 8 approximattting to ,l Psri are.... C20 4 prizeoef i0epproximating to 1,200 earie a.... 20 4primc oef 50 approximating te ,IO priczse r 2 4 prie of 40 pproximti to 1,0 prize are.... 160 4 pries of hi approximatingi to S pri are.... '10e 4 prizes of 28 approxiin.to rrae.... 4 prioes of 22 approximating to 621 prize are.... 411 pries of 20 approximatilg to prize ar.... 01 400 prizes of lo approximating to l0 prize are.... 4,000 15,60 prizes of S g ................................. 2.,100 The 15,000 Priees of u 3) are dettetettd by the ecebte which drawe the 835,000 Prime-if that number t hotleh d e an add nite - bher, then every odd number ticket in the scheme will be entitled to $ 55; if an even nlmber, theu every even number ticket will be entitled to $S e i h addition to any other prie which may he Purchasert in buyinge an eqal quantity of odd hnd even nue. bee tickets will be certain of drawing nearl.y ones-half the ost of the same with chances of obeaining other prices. Remember that every prize is drawn, and payable in full with. out deduction. All prices of $1,000 and under, paid immediately after the drawing-other prizes at'the ueual time of thirty days. All commuicattioea strictlyconfiedential. Thedrawn numbers will be forwarded to purchaseers immediately after the drawing. WVhole Ticket,, OH; IHalves, $5; Quarters, $2%. Prize Tickets exthed or reneeelin other tickets at eithr oftt ce. Orders for tickets can he addressed either to S. SWAN & CO., Atalenta, Ga. JetF2td orS. SWAN, Sontgomer, Ale. Per Granada. Just Recet-ved an addition to our Stock of SUIMMER CLOTHING, Comprisni an a.sortenent of WHITE LINEN COATS AND PANTS; WHITE DUCK COATS AND PANTS; WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS; MERINO FROCK COATS AND PANTS: WHITE LAMA CLOTH COATS, SEERSUCKER AND Striped Linen. LINEN AND YORK MILL SHIIRTS; LISLE THREAD, GAUZE MERINO AND GAUZE COT ton Under..hirts and Drawers. LEIGHTON & BARBOT, Je2 2Gt corner St. Charles and Canal sts. Dr. Bittings CARMINATIVE AND ASTRINGENT SYRUP ; -An Infallible Remedy for Cholera Infantum, or Summer Complaint of Chil drten, Cholera DMorbus, Diarrhea, or any Irregularities of the Bowels. The long and successful experience in the use of this remedy by the inventor, inthe threatment of all the dheates for swhich it is recommended, together with the iLghly respectable testimony which numbers bear to its efficacy in the cureof the owel afec tion of Children, Diarrhea, Cholera Morbas and I)Dyntry-, in grown persons, entitle it to a higher confidence than S it were one of the ordinary humblug medicines of the day, which pro. fes1 to perform miracles and cre all the ills oi lIfe. Its charc ter ha, been fully establised in the hands of physicians of th1 highest craeter, an the following letter will how : "DELTA, (Coabomn Co.) Mis,., May 31, 1.7. O. 0. Woorlman, E'q.-Dear Sir-There are but a very few of the nostrums now ofered to the public to which I would be wil ling to lend the sanction of my name, however humble it may be either ill the world of letters or of medicine. Observation and experience, however, have forced upon me the conviction, that Iilling's Carminative and Astringcnt Syrup is a very valuable compound, prepared upon seientific prnielptes-per feetly in harmony with tTe laws of organic life-and, tioerefore, deserves (although its ingredients are kept secret) to rank higher in the scale of remedial agents than a mere nostrum. It Tflords me pleonlsre to b able (without the fear of seeasesful contradic tion) to add my testimony in fTvor of its fficlency, a a safe and pleasant remedy, in all tile forns of bowel complaints for which itis recommended. I have used it myself in several very in teresting chronic cases of Diarrhea and Dysentery, and recom mend it in many others; and in every instance, where such a preparation wa1 indicated, it proved slecce1ful. Retpeetfully yours, I). MI. PORTER, M. D." For sale, wholesale and retail, by O. 1O. WOODMAN, corner Common and Magazine streets, New Orleans, La. Also, by O. O. WOODMAN & CO., Vicksburg, P. B. COOK & CO., Yazoo City, ]ies. Je2 2p3tcod<W Fresh Fruits---Just Received. Anthony Astredo, No. 16 Royal street, has the honnr to in form the public that he hlla just received by the steamer Princess, a large lot of fresh fruits, consisting of Pears, Apricots and Ap. ples of a very superior qnality. There Fruits were grown in the vicinity of Vicksburg, MIiss., and selected by himself with great care, on the spot. Having entered into arrangements with the growers for a regular sup ply, he will receive every other day a fresh lot, and the public or rest aored that they can at all times get freh fruits at his tHe is also the agent and will sell on commission o20,0 fruit rets of every description suited to this climate-a full catalogue of which can be had by calling on the subscriber. These trees were gro n at the La (:range norsery of Col. John lebron, near Vi0.burg,. and are extremely lloice. ANTHONY ASTREDO, je22pT1 16 Royal street. .l7adanae Blancehe Positively lea166 this city on SATURDAY, the 71h June. Read the follow! tor extracts from thlree etters received by~ the 3ladante daring thle pact week : Alggsta, Ga.. -sy 13, 1W6. 31111 1311ancl,-The 1,mber66,5 u seleted for m5 e b16 t 1 inte hn l dra. 6 me 16 prize; of $1161.V ANNA M1TCLIII,L. 1'eno6,6,6. ia., May 9, 1556. 1'm5 1311ncho-I have the pleae of llnfolling y161u tat th11 numb,,,. von s*electedl for wy wife It... drawn a prize of $^5,[07 16 t16 Alab6166 lottery. ANTOINE OONALOSBR. Ch5arle6o1, S. C., Sy 6, 1856, 3f'lae 331anrbo-The numbers on s elected for my~ little non hove won , prize: of $366 6 i6 the Il,,11 61616. ALBERT LEROY. N. B.-For ps66on6 b6rn i,6 Moar, April, ylay, J lle tem 66,. October o1 16651m6r, the 1161,11me s615 1116 ct 116161 16 will draw 6 661165116prize. And for psln born from, the 4111 to 1511t1 of ,13,16, and from t51. 101, 0h 23111h of I)1616 16.1 she will elect thle a5mbers th6 .6111 draw 1,.6 $10, prize $1 the, 1ev6n.6lottey. Tall,,os',, and m161616 se6tt by 11 tter t1 e same ,6 If6l1led on por6.flully. 01te of birth required l or the o6611611n of nu11mbers. 1'61t1 can h5ave thou66 ch1ildren's ro 6ers selected and drew pri5 on them6. Number6166 . 6 li$3 1665 $10 to 6$2. N umb1re for he $1$106,666 prize, $26. All let. 66r addressed 6o 51165161 6lanche1, New 1rl6616, strictl! con1 ltdentixl, and answered itmnediately. jet it~p George H. rinten, PRINTERS' WAREHOUSE, No, 105 POYDRAS STREET, X.W onteaxs. >Py Pres65,, Type,, Ink,, Paper, Cards, Card $666d,, and Pritlig1 Malerials of every description furnished at the 6hort16 notice. Old Type taklen In echange for new, at th, rate of 61 perpound. j,112p Betterton # Keetre, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS -And Dealers in WESTERN PRODUCE, No. 29 T6,l616,,6166 6r., N. 0. Als,, Al,5ts or JOAN D. PARK'S6PLlRENATIVF WINE and SIPARKLING CATAWIBA. Thoe Wines, are w5rra6,tcs the pure juice of the Catawba and Isabella Grapes. Particular 1 atte1ion pa1id to 1615ing orders, 616 6124 B. S. Brewster A II. H. Zacltarle, Nos. 35 Front mnd 30 Falton Streets, Are prepared at all times to furnish at the shortest notice, and on most liberal termls, all kinds of COPPER, TIN AND SHEET IRON WOIRKI, Brass Castings, Blacksmithing, etc. EachRalmember of the firm giving his personal attention to each department, we can oflbr superior ndueenmnts to parties dealing with us. Our facilities for furnishlng the following work re not sur passed by any house in the South or West: CHIMNIES, BREEOCIINGS, FIRE BEDS, ASH PANS, COPPER, TIN and SHEET IRON PIPES, STILLS, WORMS, FILTERERS, CLARIFYING KETTLES, JUICE BOXES, HEATERS, etc., etc., eltc. Attached to our establishment we have a general Furnishing Store, where all articles requisite for STEAMBOAT, PLANTATION AND HOUSE USE my be found. PUMPS. Worthlngtoas Safety Steam Pump. S. P. Knse's Fire Pump. Cast Iron, Brass and Copper Force and Lift Pumps. STEAM GUAGES. Schafer's Vacuum and Steam Cuage, a new article, showing the htghest point to which steam may have been carried during Its use. Iearson's Water Guage. CHAFING DISHES, BUCKETS, DISII BASKETS, JELLY and CAKE MOULDS, COFFEE aad TEA URNS, SOUP TUREENS, PYRAMIDS, and other Ware, of all varieties. Together With Cast and Sheet Iron Stoves; Washing and Ironing and Box Stoves; Fancy Cabin and Parlor Stoves; Salamander and Cannon Stoves; Deck Stoves, etc.; Forges; Fire Baskets ; Bucket Wrenches; Steam Whistles and Valves Powder Magazines; Grate Bars ; Ratchet Drills; Hose; Brams; Cylinder, Bibb, Stop and Coupling Cocks; Guage and Force Pump Cocks ; Lantens, amps, e,, f all desriptions. BREWSTER & ZACHARIE, Sole Agents For No. 35 Front and 36 Fulton streets. SCIIAFFER'S STEAM AND VACUUM GUAGES; HEARSON'S WATER OUAGE; S. P. KASE'S FIRE PUMPS. my31 2p6t Syndic's Sale Of Jewelry and.Fancy Goods at Cost. From this day until the l6th of June, the entire stock of Store No. 5 Camp street, will sold at retail or wholesale for coat. The stoek comprises WATCIIES, CLOCKS, MANTEL OR NAMENTS, GUNS, PISTOLS, CUTLERY, WORK-IIOXES, WRITING AND DRESSING CASES AND DESKS, TRAY-. ELING AND LIQUOR CASES, FANS, CIGAR-CASES, PORT-MONNAIES, CARD CASES, WEDDINGOENVEL. OPES AND NOTE PAPER, and a great variety of tine Fancy articles and rich Jewelry. S Fixtures and le1o of fore for sale 5 Camp street, be. tween Gravier and Notchos streets. ALEXANDER HILL, m~y2 Snpdle. To the Ladies ! History of White's Halr Revlvliler. Some ten years since, 5r. White, ided by a el ebrated che. iat in Boston, made a series of ezperimenta on the h man hair, the result of which convinced him that, by curing thie d isel of the calp, gently etimulatlng the roots of the har, thereby suing hei pulp o resume it g s un tins, a d rturnin lo the "rte mteoadmb" the requisites that the system, elthe fom age or other case,, failed to supply, the har could be made to grow again, fret, Rand beautifl as ever Firm in this belier, she experiments wersstinued, with what success the following will demonstrate In the summer of 18i5, lady, whoas hair wa unite thin and very gray, having been hild under a bandeaa for eigh years :rie. tlhe Revisiser (I had not then been named, however,) and some ,Ix week, from that time left off her bandeau, and wore her own hair in curls, it hating resumed its na ura color and new hair hving started out, moist and glossy. ItI.esy to eoncoice, that ae this. cre ws a denmind for the Reiler, and it phatir, hie re wan ihorrined to put it In the market. It never failed where it was properly used. For sale at S. B. CHURCHILL'S, 2p p ner Dryades and Terpsichore stresta. Carpeting, MJiatling and Floor OIL CLOTH, at 10 ChnrtreS street. iately received, a large c ,ortment o CARPETINGS, such as Velvet, Willton, Tapestry, Brussels, Three-ply, Ingra,, Ve netin, etc FIOOR OIL CLOTHI of arios qai elsand widths, cat to uit rooms, halls, etc. MATTING--5(W pieces 4-4,. 5-4 and 6-4 WhIte and Checkered, now lsnding; all of which we offer at the lowest maret prices. A. BROUSSEAU & CO., je2 21pt 19 Cbhrtrestre t. .1 Card. New ORLEIo., a Sy 4th, 1o55. Be it known to ll whom it ma concern, that the Govern meat of Nicaragua recosgpies no agent In the United ;Stac except Padre OViil, WMinister to ashingto, and Col. P. F. 4ansc oe, in this city. Capt. J. P. Wiikins has, been actng as agentdering the absence of Col. Mlsoss, who has returned and resumed the duties o hi ofTe. And furtler be it known, that paorties have recently aorrowed monery aon the credit of said Nicarpagan governmet, witholut any Lauthoritya my9 p .lrrired. CLOTHIERS, CORNER CAMIP AND COIMMON STREETS, (Under City Hotel,) IHavle now received their usual choice and superior stock of SPRING and SUMMER CLOTHING, COMPRISING EVERYTHING NEW ANID DESIRABLE. CASOSHM ETTE AND ALPACA COATS. FANCY CASSIMI5RE ANDI DRILL PANTS. C S MAISEILLES ANSI VALENCIA VESTS, CRAVATS, OIOSIERY, SHIRTS, and GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS ai 2psf in very vayriety. Boots, Shoes and Brogans. AT WHOLESALE. Now landing from bhip Norfolk, and in store, a general assort. mcnto BOOTS, SHOES, BROGANS, HATS, CAPS, etc. Plantations Oupplied with prime DITCIIINGS BOOTS, RUSSET BOOTS, BROGANS, WOOL, IEXICAN PALM LEAF, STRAW and CAMPEACISY HATS, at the lowest market prices, bp FROST & CO., IS 82p&W 10 M1g5aie street. :A-ATS, CAPS. etc., AT WHOLESALE. We are constantly receiving a genera asoritment of Silk, PFar, Calsmere, Panama, I.eghorn, Slrae, Palm Lent, Mexican and Wol HATS, at the LOWEST MAIRKET PRICES. FROST & CO., 0yi3 2pyW 10 lMagaeine sl-est. Removed ! Removed ! FROMP NO. 15 TO 17 ROYAL STREET. A supply of CREME DE BOUZY CIIAMPAGNE, in quart~ and pints, constantly on hand, which is equo to tho best that comes to this market. .. Also.. OTHER BRANDS OF INFERIOR QUALITY,. SPARKLING and STILL IOCK MADEIRA and SHERRY WINES. BRANDIES: SAZERAC, of the Vlutage of 1795, 1798 and 1805, and other brands. WHISIKY: Of all descriptios-Scotch, Irish Rye and Bourbon. ALE and PORTER, in pints and quats, .. Also.. On hand, my usual assortment of the best WINES and LI QUORS in the market, which will bO sold on as reasonable terms as any other houe in the city. SEWELL T. TAYLOR, dT 2pif No. 17 Royal Otreet. J. Jr. Seymour, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, BATON ROUGE, LA., Practices his Profession in all its Branches in the Parishes of EAST and WEST BATON ROUGE, EAST and WEST FELICIANA, And OUPREME COURT in New Orlenn, . octl6o 2T Dr. Samuel Reynolds. OFFICE-No. 115 GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS Cures CansCERS, SCALDD-t , W pNTE-SWEL.LINO , SORS aond UL.CaS of every description, 1131 2ply Depots, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, FOR THE SALE OF THE GENUINE DALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR .2S tif Nos. 21 and 151 Chartres street. Lyon's 7?agnetic Powder. For the destruction of Cock Roaches, Be Bugs, oth, othAnts, Flies, Fleas, and Insects on PIants, within ten minutes after being thlowsn in their vicinity. This preparation Isa powder compounded of plants, herbs and flowers, free from any subo. stance which could possibly injure man or domestic animals, and is devoid of any disagreeable odor. It has been examIned bythe medical faculty of France, Russia, Swedoen and Den mark, from all of whom ample testimony of its efTcacy can be produced. For sale n flaks at 25 and 50 cent. The trade supplied at proprietor's prices. J. WRIGHT & CO., Je2 2p3tMoWeSa 2L and 151 Chartres street. Bachelor's Hair Dye. "ToDye or not to Dye," whether i is best to endure the taunts aod jeers of those who laugh at grey and frowsy hairs. or by Dyeing, end lthem. Warranted not to injure, but to Dye beautifully Bron or lack, true to naure. For sole by J. WRIGHT & CO., my 2p 21 and 151 Chatteo o t. fitutin t ______ ILEACtIIED SIIEETINGS, DRY 000DS AND DAMAOEID BY H. PEYCHIAUD & CO., o. Oetonr, Auctioneer. I'LS DAY, 5th Ibet. at 10 o'.locke at their A uction Rtoou, No. 2 Old Levea street, will b sold 10 bcles leahe hlodo dSheeting; S do 1 LQ Lancaster ullt;i 150 doen white Cotton Shire; -Also- 20 ple.es Damaged Matllng; A ssoertment of Seasonable Dry RoedS. Jd FURNITURE WITHOUT RESERVE. BY J. EUGENE TOURNE, Auctioneer, HIOURSDAY, 5th instant, at half-past 10 o'clock, at No. 79 Exchange Alley, will be So1l Mahoglly o and Woalnut Bodte as, Burenuas, SofaG , Chalrs, fddeboard, Looking GlaHte, COartelns, Etc. 3 Terms--taeh. Je4 CONCLUDING SALE OF SIPLENDID PIANOS BY AUC tion. BY GARDNER SMIT!H, Auctioneer. OSfice, 7 Commercil Place. hIIURBDAY, 5th lnstaet, at 12 o'clock, at T No. 40 CRnp street, will be sold Six new Carve U dd Plain sand onecod-hnPmlPiano, one Melodeon, and a few fine Engravlngo. N. B.-Ladios and gentlemen wo linog very taperior Planse, are requested to call. Jo4 SPARKLING CATAWIIA WINE. BY I. B. SYKES, Auctioneer. rCHIURSDAY, the 5th !lntant, at half-peat S10 o'clocg.at hluta ntio store, 45 MagynElh 1trlet, will be sold- 200 cases Sparkllng Catawba Wine, in good order, justre 'Ter ms at Sale. .t4 GLASSWAR E-di LASS WARE. BY R. B. SYKES, Auctioneer. THURSDAY, the 5th hetatn t R at 10 o'clock, at his auctiou mtore, 45 Magazbie xtretu, will be sodd 0 clues Glssware consisting of Goblets, Tumblers, Specle Jars, Saltsfi, Dille , rte. le SUPERIOR CLARET WINE. BY R. B. SYKES, Auctioneer. THHC nSDAY, 5th itatnt, at half-past 10 oo, hat aueltou sfore, 45 3fagn.rlne Etset, ,1wll be sold- 10 c1sks very superior Clarat Wine, argau Pnrnil. Thoe wishing a cask of really choie wine to bot tle, will have an o ortunity to purcbam one st thin sale. LONG TERMS-SALEI (IF 2100 ARPENTPS OF VEIIY VAL1 usl;e Calebreak bLnds, located in thie most proefitable ugar growling reglon of Loitelaun. BY N. VI(GNIE, Auctioscer. Oice corner Conlt and Elxchange Alley. rT'IU SD..Y June 5,s 185, at O1R o'clock I In tl ndaof the St. Loi ote t. Louis stree will S be.old--' ALL TIIAT VALUABLE TRACT OR TRACTS OF LAND situated twelve ll~sl distant from New Orleans, at Biarataria, In the I'arish of JeTferson,oppositoe tile spaclou suar planta Hln of A. l1odge, E.,nd isn the immediate vlcility of the auger plantations of rleers. J. W. Ross L. Iilu. lf don and Os bornm L &lroe., etc. Said tracts ar beoundsdl on th lower and lipper linsm by lands belonging to tle este of tie lat .). 0l IDonoh and fronlt boh on 0Bayou BaretarIa and Famlllle, measuring ltogetlller 2010 coperlloial Frpnts of whichl 10W) are lgh and of re rich set soil, 5O bof swamps and 100I of pralie. Tis Iand contains a spacious area of very vluabls limi r, BIlil beans, ete. It hso also a right of fre passcage Il Mr. (:lrdoro's Canal to the Miosliippi river. Tile wbole according to s plae which will be exhibited prevlou0 to tile ale. TERRN-One-o.rth Osh and the balancs on a credit of 1, 2, and Oears for approved endorsed notes, eeeured by mortgage on th" property Bld, made payablle in the city of Noe Orleans at she Louisina Stela skll and bearing interestfroml dlate Lntl maturity at the rate of 6 per cent. per nnmll, lbd after maturity at the rate of S per cent, pper annum 11nil final symeol t. Acs of sale belore S. MRoner, Esq., Noltary Public. Je CLOTIIINO, WHITE SHIRTS, IIOOTS AND SHOES. BY IILACIIE I.EAUMONT. -lRIDAY,6th, ist ent U at 10 o'clock A. 01., .I at their auction rooms, No. 77 Charte.s .treot, will e sold- S A40 case Boo, Sh ee. and Brogans; An aesrmeat ofl-- IItH ; 7 easesMen's Struve Bate. --Alco 100 Superior all silk Alpaca loats; C 100 Froooeh Merino loanslcosr, s ; 10 doTen white Linen Bea. and Cotton Ssirte. 1 _0-Terms at Rale. j - TWO-STOIF JRIICK IIOHOUSE ON ORLEANS STRiEE'T Succeeeion of flit late J. S. Hillard. BY N. VIGNIE, Aleelooooo. SATURDAY 7th JuAne. 1856, by virtue of an order train the Honorable thie Seconrd IOixtnce( Court of New, Orlenso, dated 5th May, 10d, wll ha Bold at pblico ti1n, t 12 o'clok M., in the Rolsodeoo the St. oIofa 11otel, for .ceount of said nnecsaainu- A CERTAIN LOT OF GRO0UND, (ltinted 0, the Seoond Ditrict oe thi1 city, in the square bounsded by Hayns, Orleans oileoe aod St. Pret, mrleol, o.osaIoo feet 10 Incheoi d - lne. from an Olmims move, by B7 feet 6 Inches end 6 lines 1. deptlh. and frlnting on Marpaimeet. Together with all tbh bulldingso andimprovement0 theon. c, sitiog of a t0oory brck, hosoo, oololning oo the gCoos,,d floor two I e room., bOcupiOd a 111 C 01,e·Bu llIcan lh oBlliard Saloon, 5b10t , or d rooms on heseco1. nd I loor, kithen 1 containing tlo roobo' r O rns, Wt. Sell property ix ented at the rate of Shgl( per mnt;h. TI .,OIa CISSIto.SN-. Tihe pnlrlca.r to O..oIbe ,tyy I mnn f 000ote oS $2,q)0, 1ue ou 0he1:0500 ober,101 lot 16, 31rl1 at the Louisian, State Bank. 2. To urn, the paF, ent of another note of ¢1,005. due to the 1S11, Otobo, lb and the interest of the name a[ S per cent., payableoon the I0 b ,00 Octo ber, U'56 said two sorrl to be seculred by gazt~r e oln the above described roperty. For te 0alance ofrlllo adlol~l.0 !on one third cab, and thel bIlaooo at sInd 12 ma(.ll. for note0,001 if~ac torIty ondooed, flbrendor', prll'l e alnd mos rtgage on hLo yOOI.001y.Iio.ted mriI f1.al pyomenlt, ad in cane aonoon psy meot .ald it tee to bear inltret at y er cynt. per annum . 01. property to he Insured and the policy to be traneforred to the curator. Art of.Oale beore P. Lo0nt., Notary Public, mby ESTATE OF J. II. 0. F. CUEX, ALIAS D. F. DUES. IIY N. VIGNIE, Auctioneoo. SATUithbe Hol RD Yd 18 rntt 0 d la oolookc, SM., wilIe oda public elder f. in th he St, f hrPt louioHloelby Fsvirtuo of a1 order from lhe bsnn: xhlr the See ood 1,10erier Court of New Orle01 , d1.01 81h Ma,0. 1!50, the lolloolog described slaves and pltlll11, 0lo001001 to add s PEEAR, 0a Sf100 m00, about148 years old. MAR l, is NIMeltly. a seer , 00010t 48 yoooold. I. A CEISTAIN TRACT OF ROUCNIO, booododby oCont V:Ylene, St. I x and looy I s shseenl, mr0001 .oloiu rll h lo aa Olbo(lolxy fret front on Lonti rlrrti by 1 f hundredalnldd 10110y eight '<rt and rrro inches front on Cilier'e ntrert, and ooe hundlred sad 00 I111-eightl «",t01ve inchCoo n the lin0 100111,, said 00 t or ground 110m tot num00ber six. Togeltler 0it0 a 1r110 bauso, coVered with stale+, eontainfn. four maman. onr closet. 'ail's-, owo-xooo1kitlchlln. eooooSionlt l roomiog oother dotobl, ,,,chmn two-story s0ore1111 . houejmblem; lo, , large br;10 11ulding, 000 000.0y on00nin 0 tw0o lblge 0oens, and ail the Luiiiilogo and lmprovmmrnen; erected all said lot. 2 FIVE 1.11OU OF 0ROUND, oIltoed tn new suburb Noriooy, deofool,11d as loS No.. 1., 25,1 10d 22 of 0111010r 0o. S3, compris01 d 11ween U". .11, Iiblonl, Fooucl,,,,n oo d (kriss XV.FICid lots eesliring each 30 Noet front on Union street, bo 121 frot iS de1th, Frenc measure, 11t No. 22 being the corner 0o 0 pion and Ieiul s 00re0l. Tt11000 Asl C 111010010 .-For tihe ISla,,. one-th1ird ,oh, and the balanceot mixand twlelv oollns' cred.it, ln note0 to the order or pOrof tlll l, and endosed by llthe For th1e ,,l Eltate, oneoLbinjloh, and the bhl0010r 01,0 twelve rig d tl,,,,o mnt0100' oodit, to notes to thle ordr0 of the e ;,r 110oo and by han elndosrsed. bonriog is p0r c10. 111110101 p 501 um from 11.01 1111 00100ity; 0m1d HltOoenfler, if s5t 011011 paidSol It 5ht per 0ent. per00011011111 u ti ll 11000000, se.0ure1 00 y e01 on 0110e o. * 0,110 001I11. 100 iIlhioolm o obe insrEd11 bi i final 0p;omeat of the note0 , and the p0llic of l51li-ne0 to be oo,,,, torred to thle rl0in. 3.1 .401 of tle before S. M1 1ner, Fey., lolary publi. DEIIIITFUS. ANSI IIEAI.1lUY 1.100 SHOIRE AMIILy Residence. in 100plte ordrr. 0t 110.011b10, !'or sa11. A DESIRASL I TRACT 01 1110II LAND, A s Lewisburgo, p00110 of So. frorlnony' in front of the big wha011, lmooolliuo00 one~o r oen o 1,.nk l'oltob,. 1rai0 by s01at eight brpento deep1 ; logeOSer , ith al te Oullirogl, nl improvements Lhebooo lOlolslloig chiefly of a .pooloo and elegant two-lstoy dwellng, Ilhving about so feet front, with n tarRpe dlining 1IHII· .Ix bedroomr, front rtnd rear gai lerfex, etc.; kitellen, mix servants' roams, stales*, chicken house, osob heisl. barn, carriage hou010 batllh haos, etc. Thla prop erty 01 well fenced, 1. omotly in ybhlh o 0ltIootsd o0ate, and blldaomely pleated ,ilth (loger, emsnll 0011 fruil treo of everyy descrIPtison the whole in fs t rate order, and Worthy the epecl,,l attention of amateur., The Household and K1itohen Furniture, etc. Forfulther palrticulars, apply to C N. FIOSNIS, Aoltioneeo t2I if Cnrnhr o01Colootroel salod ooos ,11o0110 T'OBY'S CITY AND SOUThIERN EfpREMS T Rennin xt all hourrs of the day throughoust thle city- Agenlt for the ' rt lu tehvortraln nllllmllo Iaolpun) far carryhll the Belle, and hating entire charg~e of thle irnaggac Cur. A mecrcnygar will wait upon. ppasseng", I. rho corn. Check. will be given lor a11 y,,nge taken in charge by this CttP11y. lagpgge checked from residences, or the office the Lako 71tbld be authority of the l l,,1lcxlrlrin Rtilr, d Cby lanv. A Weilyl Express (every Sund ay) to l?17 ve1ge. , 1 1 i lA. , Powder Baru bgd Iicsfyn, Texas. pb to all the Wcntrrlug Phi ell onl the Cc eschO dtrrrxd prrcelare eeived at the office. Blills of lading left at the office for goods by the New York and Telas steamers, will meet will prompt attenti 1 b lclIedtles of rates lid tsignals furn1hed, by applying at the Branch office t the Pontchartrain Railroad Depot,for there. Milan of Baggag and Packages.. Open from S A. M. to The proprietor begs to notify the public that Ills is the only City Express nlow running, and that his arri ngsmentl are now completed, and that promptness in the eliver}}'f Foods canbe relied neon. S. TOIRY, Jr., roprlelur, fs% ly Principal Office, 75 Gravler street, comler Camp. D"IYAD AND BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG1 l.I)E--o blllllr IKP lltll lllt,,,yiis 11.11,111 11177711d since 1040 by M11d1me Dens np ,,x, a urgundystreet, be. begina1ll ty e Ice J1 . TileBAuldings he1. arNe larg enough to accommodate FIFTY boxrdeee, and na indefinite Inmberor Da> Scholll H. Attached to thre prefeinea are a fine ba~th house and good hGlf. Ttht IIIntittionl; prD.CIdes th0 ih and 1877 etant-e instruction Ill every sta 14d delpartmenltof ed1111 tll7 c th Si7 ging and 7 olkyg are taught by Mr. Provost, the welO dl knoown It at' o tie of IQt n tl New (in prn r Pr1,,st will rJ.ide at tiwf 11nsa d ring heal mmmer p', will cln tinlis his lessens (saing aL nd telfege,) in the esmlishrnen1. lie will also giIve private].W1s lt ftiltb I Examinations in cede- take place every month Burina winter in the city ; anld every fO'lighlt durilng tho summer at ti's Piaui. The city school remai ns open the whale year for twxrders and d111y1 scholars, 117 pibl 1,1b ,1llalt 11 lyl H llccllttiiillyttt01711, tllla rte ie I ~ fc 1111711,1,111 GIDA ' A ASEF R A E-RPRSIlFteat ltegeese Fn by ace leIm fInfrinparties to tile mn some ottecr my tent andd thereby renders planters who may use nfy Furnace liable to u snit fur damasge. harve made it expedient for me to emnploy an eminent and weLlsll known Potent attorney to examine all the pap~ers on file at the Patent Otlice in relation, to the Hub. tacI, and his statement below is a sefficient commlent upon the Intelligenc, or honesty of ihola1 hlt would FAC la0he. my btil Iess by such means,001112077.i. 1 LEAN, 31 Nxtchheantruet, New Orlenni. bSm 71.Gm .,W D. C., 11171 14 111,856 t t antr lnners, etcleanso with pperfect safety end security can mec w I I you for Nuor imlproved Bxgxs-e Fe-c e e ; it in no wise conflicts with any tenable claims heldl under exiting· pa. aitw o estl more explicit, it isn no wise conflicts wilt any claim~i held ltu rhilnct Blctury os 1 1 OS.120 . CI.INTON, 444 NIIB llI s ,reet , 177 f1pposite Patent O1711. '`J~tTOUL-W Wou D-WOOD-I WILL S0NI,1, RO ehi date to the let Novermbernext, good Olak and Ash~ awd at $5 per card Pnet4pe ercfclred (fx rllck ega at $ice ioand nic d Mnl measure is taken till t lower reductio~n will be made.) Orders left in inv box, No. 233, a theeet tanlcs' and Dcp ees Exchange; Ur. fi. Rankin'- Drug Sistre, ,corner of Camp and ce-, c s tracts ; my rc idencc N~o. 248 Bnranlle street;or at thee tended to E. Sibrtrnd hell Road, will he ppremnnu at my2 DnJ tIe. New BeginI A CARFE D.--TIME UNDERRSIGNED IIHA.V- IewY 41 bsns anno1unxces to rag the ent pblicfrtet heth besasold "iliabe Stock ach ni Fixture. of bIll store , N'o. 20 Camp at e has e-ee, to e- FRANKIIN ROBERRTS, for several years past idenlied with his burillrrs. lie recemtneed Mr. Roberts to hie city old',ountry friends, as -1 an of prarticltl gxolticntionx and starling usilness habits, and solicits For him a continuance of their patronage. New Orleans, Mny 1, 1054. J. RUTFTY, H 1V1NG PpUi I y in oCIASED TILE ENTIRE STOCK OF talus, both In JBE 'ELRy AND FANCY 000114, Icu the for mer stock, and to crush os the Wholesale aed Re-tellhu ia The attention of my rrfriend.l is respectfully invited AI this, as I em confident of being· able to Please them with merchandise, b oth ii ll. lnity and prce. my121-------- F. ROBERTS. W celeby -atr bid.sis and halfobsiyl' ebtedfr n e,26 i.AN'lIIS A CO., Y°4 33 Telloupitoulaa street. CLARET-35 eases Clanret \Yinp, far sal, b>> iYyli BAIELII h (:O., 61(iemmee Ftreet.