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M: NDAY *O u..., JUNE]6, t 1856.
Sý fr the ofileal ,proceedings of the Board of
A. estat ldermenon Friday eveninglast; see fourth
S We are under obligations to Mfr.N.Gibson, the
gentlem~anly ler :of the steamer H. R. W.ill, for
late rkev favors.
St9 he oficers of the fine steamer Nebraska will
please aceuptour thanks foreSt. LOeus files one day
laterthn nbrough by amail.
A We surrendera large portion of our columns
this mor. m bg to correpondents, anod, consequently,
to the exclusion of editorialmatter. The letters from
Wsshington and Mobile will be found very interest
- ° Oo1Wm.H. Yonng,editor of the CGentral Ameri
can,.blshedin . an Juan or Greytown, whohas been
sojourning in this city for some weeks, recruitiug his
health and attending to business, left on Saturday
ei- 'enng"n oute for home via the western route and
New York. We trust 'that the trip may entirely re
iitore him to heath, and cordially commend him to
the oourtea.esof pour brethren of the press.
Laxo SioaR PACst.--Passengers and shippers
for the Lake Shore watering plrces will take notice
thatths elegant and that running steamer Kate ris
boa ; ill herafterleave the wharf at the Je.erson
alailroadat twenty minutes past 8 o'clock, A. ff., and
will riiarn fromOrean Springs the same evening, in
time to allopasengers td eturneto.the city by the
earliestT'feedy morning train, Attention is also di
rected to the change in the schedule time. See ad
UMEBROAe orATe UoNvhNTIOr.-A Convention
of'delegates of the Americari partyl of the State of
Louisiana assembles in the town of Baton Rouge to
day. We have reason to believe that it will be largely
attfnded from all parts of the State.
On Saturday we alluded to the convention at
some length, and made several suggestions which
occurred to ans at themoment of writing. The action
of the convention we shall await with muhi ntereet.
Upon that action a great deal'depends. There is to
be a re-organization of the.party; and the planto ac
complish that object should be as simple and concise
We snpposewe shall receive telegraphic accounts
of what has been done,to-day or night, in time to
publlsh to-morrow morning.
Moveaoerrs oF U. S. TnooPs.-A detachment
of 100 men, rank and file, arrived Saturday evening
o thesteanmboat Ben Frankin, from Newport, (Ky.)
Barraken route for Fort Brown,on the Rio Grande.
.hey are In command of Capt. L. Jones, and Lieuts.
B. G. Coleand J. V. Dubois.
Mat. FILc onE.-The Paris eorrespondent of the
HHemId'writes as follows, under date of May 21st:
'Mr. .illmore arrived here yesterday from Cepen
hagen. He :left Rome with a view to go to Russia,
but found the Baltic blocked with ice. So he returned
here, and will, ina few days, leave for England.
You may expect him-home in four or five weeks. He
looks remarkably well, and I venture to say is the
moast cmposed candidate for the Presidency now
extant. Mr. Fillmore received the first ofticial in
formatidn of his nomination by the American party in
Velce, and a doplicate of it here the day before
yalaterday. His acciptance goes out by the same mail
which carries this letter. Mr. Fillmore endorses the
general principles of the platform, and condenmns all
sectional agitation. He accepts the nomination as a
4 t:;.ea'.arlfr0o adiepatch in the Charleston Courier,
of thl lthtinst., that the President signed the Louis
i iiat and Ali.bama Land billst'o the 9th.
MEseee. J. 'WRIGa r & o.,"Noes 21 and 151 Char
. re. stseet, oler for sale Wlber'a Canadian Vermifuge,
Dlleoy's Motksd Pnts Eatactdr, and Geniuun Rat and
Roach deltroyer. The two former are well known and their
affiksy'ha b een o thoroughly tested as to leave no doubt of
their merdt. Hooeokeepers will be glad to learn that the latter
.tlprove a'tr agent, to rid tem of those pests rats and
reoaulre. See dvertetomento.
LAoESe MANTILLAs, wro-We take pleasure in re
ferfog our readers to the odvertiasment of MOr. S. B. Churchill,
corner of Dryanee and Terpsihore streets, which is to be found
tuthepropeucolumnC.Mr.C hearlchand rare n~ortmentof
Seret,.manuttllas, embrobderles, olgig, etcr., ste., to whilch our
ady readertswosld do woll to pay asttetlon, all of lwhich he
oeff for oal on extremely good terms.
HiAWATHAm IMroven.-Since the publication of
tihepte, rhymestersall orer the country have bothered their
bretss, and destroyed quanttlles of that vaiablse croudltry,
pper, tn snaking paert upon t. At bestte l have but pro.
uokedasmtle,. OurfrlendS. N. Moody has, howerer, strnge
tosay, moae eomething useful out of aporody. For ao oxem
pliaettlon read h veis oortlremoet in uother colaumn, and Iome
dtately rll o N. N. Moody, corner of Cornt street and E-r
ebiage Alley, sol for "Short Pheller, , and obtin t, rther to
formsatlon upon the l abme sluIbet.
.ATTeNTIoO, L.,n.s-Horace Haloby, No, 185 Camp
utreet, tenow offengt his choicely olectled stoolk of bregeu,
muulsslenos, usueteatl0 e ost0 pa e, Oie has also utr el
aset asorsolent of laces collars, elmrvtduere, 0, rt., ich lhe
tTerasugreatbrgautsl s. Call soonaod ou rrllt besurotopldeLoo
yonrselves. ee advertlisettant.
Dutioes, fEIICIO Eu, 1TC.-M- r. N. B. Whoeloek, 43
Mogauine stueet, adrertlise for tsale an imuomns anrd Rolur stock
of drags, todiets, chemlaols, and otbher eeunttale, at the
tsutmarkoht iGaes. Also, mny sortofrvarolseh, si rmen_
quntity oufu reee d wlndow glass, together with mnr y othb r
artitles eo have not timu to enerute, oand trot, therefore,
refer the reader to the duvertouementu. Iuls line Wheulock's
establiuent os unsorpassed by any olther uin tile Souh ando
Westo. Thosso whouanot uert themboelre theres, are diticult to
M1BOSsB. A. BaROuOEau k Co., No. 10 Chortreo
street, bows lately tecetwod a large and well selectd etl sortnleot
Of cepetoega, mnttinog etc., w.lch they otLyr toale tt wery
low prose. Betotoeeoeheeg, It .wuld ho w,.t to clnt
amloe ts stock. See, eertlteotot.
Lae Boooo atel NEW Booeso... Dr. J. B. Steel,
EO Cemp heloet, oltee to t perofeoelo, a meoet c eent,,eti leg
work, enttled " Bepote of Dthleeone le the Supreme Cooet of
the tletted Statee, with Notes no DIBgoet. By B. 0. Coetie."
Alto, other books of ln Lterectitog eeraeoto,. wehicota
worthey eontdeetton andpnee eby tho pehl.lo "Wooheeod
Weeltb, " by Feeemen Htot, shoeld be uolhereetly reet by ni0
engagetl teeoeleoetoeet peorelot. Soo ndoerelsemf
To PeaotOwy, MIttoto NTo,ETO.-School Vaoctioee.
All who teh to ettend Bolbeor'o Commeoelel College, lot Cnnoe
street, mtet apply iteledte tety to tect.e .t.et, t mot of them
pl feeor. Penmeeeaotp, book-keetg, otglteb, Freeph, Span.
tab, Gtetmao, eobhtetlo, olgebee, geotttey. teo eoeyg, phoe.
pgophy, ete, teotaoght. There to ae epslellptofeoor for tech
togeege, el,. feeo eyetlfeement.
ATAWBOA W ioS.-tesor. Ogleoby S, MLacaulay,
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Co tiqoede, ,ehlch will, ecttetoly. outset very gcenotl Ott,..
ep hove Legweenh'e Opoekiteg leed loebello Catawba
ateo elt.te' dry ,tote, ftpm the oeme grape, oet. Thete
0ot a0,l Idly ettoletog greet popolgrty. Thoyte poec
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ACOEPTANCE OF MR. FILLMORE.
By reference to our telegraphic dispatches from
Washington, under date of June 12th, it will be seen
that Millard Fillmore's official acceptance of his nom
ination for the Presidency, by the Philadelphia Con
vention, has been received.
The delay in receiving an answer from this distin
guished gentleman has occasionted much speculation
principally amongst his politicalopponents, who feared
the weight of his great name and spotless character
with the people, and who sought to create a diversion
against him and the American party by sedulously
inculcating the idea that he would decline, as well as
some apprehension amongourown frieds. Itisvery
easy to explain why the response to the official noti
flcation of his nomination was so long delayed. Mr.
Fillmore was sojourning in Europe at the time the
nomination was made, and was traveling from point
to point as convenience and attraction held out in
dacements. The probabilities are that the letter fol
lowes.him from city, to city through the mails, just in
tiine to be too late, until a longer stay than usual at
some capital enabled it to catch up. This is the best
explanation we can arrive at to account for the un
wonted delay. Millard Fillmore is a very prompt
man-makes his mind up speedily-and gives an un
mistakable yes or no, in short order. This was evi
denced by his course on the Compromise, and many
other important measures. He never keeps"the word
of promise to the ear and breaks it to the hope," a la
President Pierce. What he says he means; and the
policy he lays down he inflexibly carries out., He is
cautious, yet determined-quick, yet prudent-cool
and decisive in all his acts and in all his public con
duct. He knows no such thing as indirection or di
plomacy. What he is, he is--and all the world
The predictions of the opponents of the American
party that Mr. Fillmore would decline, have all been
dissipated by his letter of acceptance. No doubt the
wish led to the thought. That fact is as plain and
palpable as the sun at noonday. We do not wonder
at it. Mr. Fillmore is a man to be feared by any
competing party. His character is so lofty and irre
proachable; his political career so free from blemish
or suspicion; his nationality as a statesman so un
questionable; his public services so great and patri
otic; his acts as President so devoid of sectionalism;
his devotion to his country, his whole country and
nothing but his country, so well known; his implicit
reliance upon and obedience to the letter and spirit of
the Constitution so well authenticated, that doubt,
much less disproval, cannot be entertained-~ll com
bine to render him a candidate at once formidable, if
Itwill be seen that he subscribes to the principles
laid down in the Philadelphia platform, which have,
on numerous occasions, appeared in these columns.
We would have been willing to have taken him with
out a platform-for we know him to be intellectual,
experienced and pure-although we regard his un
qualified subscription to the platform as a grati
fying fact. With such a candidate and with such a
platform, if we cannot succeed, it will not be for the
lack of anything on the score of merit.
In two or three days we will receive the letter re
ferred to by mail, and shall take early occasion to
spread it before the public.
Ish conclusion, we express our belief that there is
nothingin the aspect of affairs which tends to dis
courage the American party. On the contrary, every
thing is full of promise and encouragement. The
skies are brightening continually. And, if the mem
brs of the American party go to work with a will,
there is no question to our mind that the great and
patriotic Fillmore will be the next President of the
TrIE OLD Con~eR CorPoAnRD. Cincinnati : Truman &
One of the finest scholars in the West sends us by
mail, in advance of its issue, a book with the above
title. Tired of the trashy novels wheh have flooded
us for many years, and which served only to create a
vitiated taste and cater to the morbid appetites of the
usual class of novel readers, the commendation of our
friend to the contrary notwithstanding, we could
scarcely be induced to glance into the work. Upon
doing so, however, we found its pages so attractive
and delightful that we finished it at one sitting
"lapped in elysium," minus our evenings siesta, and
the prattle of the golden haired little fairies who
"create sunshine in the shady places" of our library.
It is the simple and truthful history of a woman's
life-a leaf from the heart of a gentle and affectionate
woman, and is "beautiful exceedingly." The style
of the work is chaste and elegant, the plot simple,
the incidents natural, the descriptions of natural
scenery graphic, and the glimpses of society such as
cannot fail to cheer and animate the reader. The
authoress-and we opine this is not the first time her
fine sentences have had the dignity of print bestowed
upon them-is evidently not "an animal that de
lights in finery," as some old sage defines most of her
sex, but a woman of line intelligence of cultivated
mind, of varied learning, happily endowed with
qualities of a noble and generous nature, and under
stands well the mission of life given her to perform.
We have received from the publishers, through J.
C. Morgan, Exchange Place,adjoining the Post-Office,
the following late publications, to which we would
call the attention of the reading public.
PauL FaunO,. By the Author of I Poems by V. New
York : Bedfield.
Wtre's Tasass. By the Author of "The Jealous
Wife." New York : Fitzgerald & Co.
VAnsALL IMOTON. By Francis Parhman. Boston:
Phillips, Sampson & Co.
Tal EAiNEST MAN ; or Life and Labors of Dr. Jud
son. By Mrs. H. C. Conant. Boston: Phillips,
Sampson & Co.
LrFE AND AaDVnvT.uIES Or Bonnera BosvArNE. By
himself. Boston: Phillipse. Samlsost ( Co.
NAVtL. A full complement of mechanics is now
busily engaged at the Navy-Yard in flitting out the
United States storeship Supply, in compliance with
orders from the Department at Washington to that
effect. Her destination has not yet been made
The United States sloop of war Vincennes, Com
mander John Rodgers, sailed from HIonolulu, Sando
wich Islands, on the 26th of March for the United
States, via Tahiti.
The United States steamer Colorado, on the stocks
at Gosport (Va.) Navy Yard, is now approaching
completion. She will probably be launched on the
Fine iv Now PouT, F.--We learn from the .Wa
kulla Times, that on Friday of last week, the oil works
and turpentine still of Mr. E. C. Holbrook, of that
place, were consumed by fire, with the loss of the life
of Patrick Collins, an industrious and valuable cit
Mr. Jabez B. Bull, an old and highly respectable
citizen of 1Tallahassee, Pa., died in that city on the
5th inst., of apoplexy.
We learn from the St. l.ouis Republican of the 8th
inst., that the river, opposite that city, was beginning
to rise slowly, and that the upper Mississippi was re
ported to be rising.
The splendid residence of Daniel Parish, of New
York, situated south of the Ocean House, Newport,
R. I., was destroyed by fire on the night of the 6th
inst. It cost $32,000, and was insured for onlyt10,000.
The cause of the fire was unknown.
Col. Benton has accepted the nomination of his
party for Governor of Missouri, and will canvass the
State. The New York Express thinks that this will
ensure the vote of the State for the Americans.
A dispatch dated Boston, June 9th, says dates
from Hayti to the 27th ult. confirm the previous re.
ports of the insurrection at Aux Caves, but the Gov
ernment succeeded in putting down the movement.
A dispatch, dated St. Louis, June 9th, says : Col.
Harney concluded a treaty with the Sioux Indians on
the 23d ult.
We learn from a dispatch from Philadelphia that
the steamer Edwin Forrest collapsed a flue on the
afternoon of the 8th at Beverly, seriously injuring the
engineer and fireman- the latter it is supposed,
onral it 1tliintc.
SnoCKINo TRAGEDIES IN THE FOURTHI DISTRICT.-
A Ludy murderld and the .lurdorer kitllt, antd a WIe mturdcro l
by hOr lHuoot od.-On Sturday night there were two bloody
tragedles, in dilferent parts of the Fourth District, at nearly the
The beginning and the ending of thoe fist tragedy was shown,
before the Como0er, to ho a follows :
About twomonths ago, an Irihman named Edward Wisely,
a bolaoksith in the employ of Patrick Irwnl, went to the hoouse
of Captain Joseph Gibson, at the corner of Foorth and Apollo
streets, and began ahusing, n o very outrageous manner, an
Irish servant girl employed there, with whom he wos on terms
of intimacy; Captaino Gibon boingabseot at the time, in the
pursuit of his calling as pilot on the river. Mrs. Glbon tnter
fored to behalf of the girl, requesting Wiselynot to come raoising
a disturbance aboot the house while her husband woas absent.
Wisely thereupon abused her as foolly as he did the girl, and
left. When Captaon G. came home, his oife Informed hint of
the matter, and he went after Wisely. The latter, so far from
apologoiing for iois otfence, swore that ho would go wherever he
pleased and talk as he pleaoed to any body; upon which the
Captoin knocked him down. Wisely never openly resented the
puanishment; but soon showed that he sought revenge in uso0n
oination. The Captain several times, at night, found him lurk
ing near his premises In a u0opicions manner, and on one oc0000
sion detected him crawling after him, through the gross, on his
hands and knees; each time, however, Wisely would vanish
into the darkneoo, anod the Cptoin was content to let him go. r
On Saturday night, the Captoin was on a visit to a neighhor
residing on Apollo street, about a square below his residence,
when he encountered Wisely there. Heo thought it best to make
fltends with him, if possible, and so spoke to him ino a fideudly
manner, and snggsted that it would be better to let bye-gones
Sbye-gones, etc. Wisely, however, rejected these approaches
in a urly and skulking manner. Soon afterwards Mrs. Gibsoo
wet totbehouoe for her hsobanbd, and they started home, in
company with a gentleman who was going the same way; it be
ing oout llo'lock. When nearthe corner of Fourth street
the gentleman last alluded to turned and beheld Wisely hurry
ing op behhbldthem with a big bowle-knfeo in his hand. He
stopped ad asked himn what he wanted Wisely told him with
Oa oath it wos noeo of his business. Mors. Gibson 0trned also,
and oxclaimed, " Wisely, whot are you following us for. Go
away !" Wisely immodiately sprang at the Captanl, and gave
him a desperate eout in the right aom below the ohoulder; thle
Captln joumped around, and tile assassin aimed a second blow,
which ct him in the left olbow ; Mrs. Gibson then jumped in
front of her husband to potect him, when the assassin gove her
a stab in the abdomen. By this tline, the Coptain lhad droaw a
little dagger, which, with the desperation inspired by the cir
cumstances, he drove to Ule hilt in tle assassin's heart. The
assassin fell and died inotantly without a groan; his own knife
splitting his arm as he fell. The Cptain lthen bore his wife into
the hoouse, It all happened on the baoqnette in front of hib res
dence,) and coming oat, declared that had killed thie Irish
man, and surrendered himself to a friend whom hnoet, request
hlg him totake him to jail. This the friendo refsed to do0, eeog
that the Captain had acted puroly in golf-defence. The Captain
shdod up, waiting on his wife, for some hours afterwards, but had
finlly to goto bed. Itl thought he will lose the use of his
right arm, the Rleh hbing cut throogh to the hone. Mrs. Gib
son's wolnd oas pronounced mortal; and at noon yesterday, her
physicians expressed the opinion that she couhl not survive till
Wisely fell on his face when olabbed. When he was turned
over, he was perfectly stilt, and held the bowie-knife frmly
go.oped in lbi hand, 0o sudden hod been his dolth. lio weopon
waoos a buck-hon hndled affoair, witllh o blade eight or ten inches
long and two inches wide. Thie Captain's weapon was a small
black-handied dagger, thoe 0ldoe bearing these words: "Never
draw me without reason, nor sheath me witlhout honor."
Deputy Coroner 0Mitchell held an inquest on Wisely's boly,
and, after o post-mortem eoxamination, which showed that the
dogger had nearly severed the third rib, and pierced the right
lung, pericardium and arch of the aorta, gave a verdict in ac
cordnce with the facts, to.wit: t010t death was caused by the
,ad woutd, ad (that the wound wts inolicted by Copt. p ibson
in defence of his life and that of Lis wife. Wisely was twenty
nine years of age, and mrried,. It wife stated before the Cor
oner that he had gone to bed, but that after lying there awhile,
got up, dressed, and went of, as if acting under a sudden
The following are the particulars of the other tragedyf: OIP
chael Higgns, a young Irishmano. following the occupation of I
ootton-msalpler, went home to his residence on .ghtlb street,
betwoeen Nnyades and Prytanla, at about 11 o'clock, drunk,
and shot his wvief Sarah in the adomen with to double-barrel
shot gun, from the effects of which heo died ahout five hours
From the testimony before the Coroner, it appeared that tile
deceased told those persons who came to her noiotance, that her
huotsbd had come home drunk, and ordered her out of bed, to
get hilm a drlnk of water. 1She told him tOle pitcher was on [ie
table, and that he might watt opon tlmself. At that he seized
a double-barrel shot gun that he always kept in the house; she
sprang from the bed, ran out of the room, closed the door after
her, anod tooped behind it. oer husband fired; and te load
paossed through the door and into her, tile ohot and splinters of
tihe door tearing a great hole in hero abdomen, obovoe thle navel
mtangling her stomach and intestines, and eoullogt her to ,loed
dreadfully. The report of the gun and her shriclks brought the
nrighbors in; ai cry was oiosed for the watch, but nio w\otlano
but seemingly tot drunk or ctiy to realizttttttga hltad done.
Olte of tile gentlemen who came and endeavored to Pasist the
poor wife, atked Iiggins to go for a physigial ; lic rted, -ut
clanged his notion and told the gentleman to go hlmsetlf After
thatlt hie strted ot in quest of igrog, and r iturned ti about an
hour. In lIngnbrious lood, he went to the bed and offered to
kcM his wife; but she spurned t vt indignantly, telling him tht
he had murdered her, and that he would yet meet tibs just re
ward. Ile then went and kissed tae baby, andfor a time seemed
to be very much ttfeeted. A brother of his, on arriving, ex
claimed, " I wiih youn and that gun were in hell. " To which
he replied, "Tane tare, it may tend yol to tle mt e phee. "
A genllemau wita Pt, present, inforas ns tllt wilile the doc
tors were sewing op Mrs. Iliggins' wond, the brute of ta hIt
band looked calmly on, and finally rmvnrked, "Ii t mst be a
good thing for you doctors that such archkfats happen once in it
while--it gives el prac-tice " Snome olne remarked, " lYou're
at d--d brute l" to whidh he replied meekly, " No, I don't think
Inma beute. " Filyly, ant advent uronn watchann, wle had got
wind oF fle aY.Ar trrined, nni eonchlded to arrest Iliggins.
At the jail, he confessed the deed, but claimed to have done it
accidentally. HIalf an hour afteiis arrest, hl peItr wife died.
Before dying, she stated that it had beena habit of herhll"n,
when drunk, to scare her with the gun, and tthat he had often
threatened to shoot her. One witness testified to the fact, that
Iliggins once chased his wife out into the yard with the gun
cocked. A gentlemttlt of our acquahinance, who was one of tile
first to go to Mrs. Higgins' assistance, states that e:ie told him
that alh did not thihk her husband inteuded to kill her--that it
was a foolish habit he hlad of scarfing her wheu drunk, etc.
After due Investigation, and a post mortem exalmination, a
verdict in accordance with thile facts was rendered-thati the de
ceased met her death at tile hands of her husband, etc. Whether
the klllinlg was a murder or not, will be for anjury to determine.
The deceneed was a native of England, 21 years of' age; had
been married but a few years ; and leaves a child sick .ith tile
THE COXTINENTALS.-This elegant and substantial
corps of our citizen soldiery, returned yesterday in flying colora
from Mobile, where, according to all nceomta, they had a par
ticularlyjolly time. The Mobilo oraldier were shown a hing or
two when on their visit here ; but from all we eall learn, they"
retaliated tremeudouly when they got the Continentall over
there, and showed them conslderably more than thley expected,
from the aize of tie phle. onag muy they wave, the gallnt
Contlnecltrts and their gallantell~r nertahrs 1
NEOGO ROBBER AmolESTE).- William, a slave man,
belonglng to Mrs. Thrashley, was arrested on board the stem
slip Mexico, on Sahlrdayevening, as a runaway. Ile wa,. al o
accused of hlaving broken open and robbed it trlunk of olle of the
passungers. Hie is iu pisaon.
IALSE PRETENCES.-A man named Lobashy, was
arrested oni Chartres street last evening, o na charge of having
obtained a quantity of goods from S. Kaiser, by means of faile
and fraudulent representatim.s. le is in jail.
SPeNKY.--A handsome young woman, who hls
been but a few months married, appeared at the Foultllt District
police ofice yesterday morning, with fire in her eye ahd bloct
in her cheek, and asked for a poheelan to arrest her husband,
wih, it appeared, had been , t"aklug the conceit"' oat of her',
after a fash~io of ids own. There was las oivler, on hand at tie
tie, and tile clerk informed her uth it wlL be inpoeible
Just tllen. "W,','ell, ten," she excinimed, , if yon lutunn't got
an oflicer, give me a warrant and I'l ihreart himl Tih, clerk
waes orry, but couldn't accommllodate her; and the huly depart
n]t na holly az she amne.
SUPRIEM COURT.-The application of Col. Walton
for a writ of malndamns, to compel Judge Robertson to issue to
ll a certifcate of his election to the Clerkship of the Fourth
l)iatrict Court, was argued on Saturday, and taken under adivise
men by thle Court. Tile decision will prolbabdlybe roendered
FIRST DISamrcT Cour.t-On Saturday, John Kelly
was n.enteneedl to two yeatrs il thy peittetiery for b arcely,
nad Jue l'ltl'ourt w ea t ienlenegy to oe l month in the pC i ibh trl
for a rilullar offence. Nothing el c worthy of nole wal. done.
Tbe trial or Tlleresa aSler and Adam Scott for the murder of
Levi Smelter by poisoning, is on the docket for adllay.
.RCORnDER BRIGHT'S COURT.-John Adams was
tent before thie First Iltrlict Court on Satllrdaly, for carrying
concealylyeI pol. I. I i a te s e whll lo was llll rrested atthe
New lasin, a week or two Wince, on a charge of aIllelaptiln to
rob a sailor named John lull, and of attempting to ,hat tMr.
'it. Ilurdeltt for omilg to Rlull'y rescue. Onll tlhe chlarges
he 0w not altnled,i owiln to thle absenc C of Bull It is .1,
laected that hull Is one of the crew of the sehaooaer Back flay
who were lost o1111 tle llt llo., whe tile uchoo1er capizd.
Win. II. ItarrhI on was 1nt before the sale Court . or1 l a
aulit and hbattery uon otAntaine Doriocolrt. thle collecting clerk
of the h1oue of Degalos, Darrisce . (' 1. l. gave bail.
John Durkin, a ceised of ,tabblng )Da id Mackin with a fork
oun Penn street, on the 3rd inst., was discharged, Mlackin -haing
let1 the StRit.
Johu Tihe upsroll and Thomas Coalurs boys, accused of stealing
tevera boxes of sardines, were dichar.ed upon alying jail
REcDRDEo R IAMnoS' COURT.-Amedee Porche and
Victor Grodias were e.a nined on Saturday on aT harge of Iaing
accessories to the killing of Francots Gerard, in a clofeehouse at
the corner of Orleans and Maraia treets, on the night of the ath
ult. The tatlballmony rtbhuow a oydtee thaaw erellaotd w
rescued Artbur Padron from the custody of CotItoral Rao au'
and for tbat they were sent before the First District Court under
bontds of $284 each,
The testimoay showed clearly that Arthur Padman shot Oerard
and that Gustave Decoax struck him with his cana before his
death and after. There was no testimony a to whum Padron
shot at flert, or why he did so. On the irse shot being areda Cao
poral Rousseau ran up ma d inquired about it. Philip Daours, the
keeper of the caoleehouse, replie, "We bave been fired a1."
Going ise, RoIS.sel fRoued Padron a andiing in the middle of thi
oom with hblsbhal on tie butt of a pitol wlhSh stluck out of his
trowert porketi Rtl.eau asked mhb if hr knew raho a rad tS
was dead. Padroe, Decoux and Du~prt escatped, aud Porech
and Gerodias were arrested. Thiswas the sum and substance
of the testimony.
It did not appear from the testimony what part Gerard had in
the nfr.y,or whly Padron shot him. We lave been itformed
however, that Gerard, who was at a table with some friends
playing dominoes, when the first fring took place, jumped up
and ran at Padron with his cant raised, and assisted Corporal
Ronssenu an his uncle in theilr attempt to arrest him ; in con
sequence of which Padron shot him as l oon as he got loose.
Mary Conners was sent to prison to await a hearing on a charge
of having stolen $50, in cOsh, and two watches and somr , ew
elry, from a certain person.
A warrant was issued for the arrest of James Foley, charged
with smashing Charles Frantz's buggy by driving his dray
against it, ou Conde street; and a warrant was issued for the
arrest of 3nmte. Cenave, charged withll beating me. Cardinal
with her fist and an empty bucket, at So. 71 St. Philip street.
Tosterday afternoon, at 7 oeclock, of apoplexy, EDMUND
BERNARD, a nativeof England, aged 42 years, and a resident
of this city for the last IS years.
Tie friends of the family are requested to attend his funeral
This Afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from his late residence, No. 32 Vic
tory street, Third District.
t°Ino Time of Peace Prepare for WVar-The
warm weather is at hand, and as experience is the best teaeher
ihatbe universe, we would advise all who are affected by the
change of season to get a supply of Dr. J. Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, as a stand by for the summer. Last year during our
sickly times, these Bitters were proved invaluable, as a tonic
agent, and it will be well to profit by the experience and lay in
a supply in thne. For sale by Drutggsts generally. Sold
wholesale and retail by OD 0. Woodman, corner Common and
Mtagaine streets, and John Wright & Co., 21 and 151 Chartres
street. Jole3 2p6tttW
THE GREAT RU:SSIAN REMEDY-Pro Bono Publico
"Every mother should hlve a box in the house handy in case
of accidents to the children." Redding's Russia Salve is a
Boston remedy of thirty years' standing, ar.d is recommended
by physicians. It Is a sure and speedy cure for burns, piles,
boils, corns, felons, chilbliuns, and old sores of every kind; for
fever seores, uleers, itch, scald head, nettle rash, bunions, sore
nipples, (recommended by nurses,) whitlows, sties, festers, fea
bites, spider stings, frozen limbs, salt rheum, scurvy, sore and
eracked lips, sore nose, warts and fesh wounds, it is a most val
ntble remedy and cure, which can be testified to by thousands
who have used it in the city of Boston and vicinity for the last
thirty years. In no Instance will this salve do an injury, or in
terferewlth physician'sprescriptions. It is made from the
purest materials, from a recipe brought from Russi.-of articles
growing in that country--and the proprietors have letters from
oll classes, clergymen, physicians, sea eaptains, nurses and oth
oerswhohave ued It Othemselves and recommend it to others.
Redding's Russia Salve is put in large tin boxes, stamped on the
cover with a picture of a horse and a disabled soldier, which
picture is also engraved on thie wrapper. Price, 25 cents a
box. Redding'& Co. For sale by J. Wright & Co., O. O.
Woodman and all druggists. fell cod6m&W
lreShould you ask me, should you quely,
Where I get emy splendid shirts,
I should nlswer, and should tell you,
That there dwells in this great city
In the midst of this grewt city
One, to whom goes ev'rybody
When he wants a shirtto snfit him,-
C. \ . tIoODY, thegreat Slhrt man.
He has shirts of all descriptions,
Shirts of linen, shirts of cotton,
Shirts for boys, and shirts of color;
Antil for eery price ie sell thelm.
Go, try six for seven dollars.
For he says he'll guarantee them
Right well made, a perfect fit, too,
Out exactly like his best shiets,
Buttons, he esalye, will not come off.
Then he also has atolek of
Drawers and hnalfhose, under clothing
Everythhlg a homoe wnts-
auets to furnishe well hie , toilet,
ShoIle dyhigelt me, shoeld ete rie ery,
ee yo'll fnl Itheis e t he shirt man,
I should nswer, neslelloulld telleeou,
' tt his store ix on Casnl titcet,
Ceecen in town as tulleage licey.
Jel16 2pMoWeFr SIIORT PFIIEII.ER.
RFOR.MER PUIPILS ATTEND WI'IIOUT ('IIAP.GE
hut to securo Heats, mut RE: ENTES R their nimees TIIIS 1 WEEK,
as no seats will he reserved for thl.ose sho do not stten. to tlio.
By attending to this, Ion1e wil be disoppointed.
TIfRI:E-FOU, T IS
No. 106 Canal Street,
S'Th~ere is a special Professor for esach Language, etc.
.'It is open from 6 A. 3M, to P'. M. From 6 to 8S) A. 3M.,
is reserved edpressly eer lADIES.
i~-Genetlee weho wiAh to be ready for FALL BUSINESS
should begin IMMEDIATELY.
jel6 2p2t RUFUS DOLBEAR.
Th~e undersignled, obese grocery store, located at No. E Front
street, desttoocrd in palrt Salturdaly nightI by lire, feels it his dutyl
to thank his frienlds and thte F'ire Ileprrtment generally for
their knld servictt s on thiis occasio
Blp thi-ir efhcliut ffborti, teluboitok, papeii, otes, cstii , nd
other valuablle doculments cere raved : although1 the danlger was
grealt when this· testirnonly of friendship wits n ccoulplialltd.
As a feebletokerl of gratitude,, I giive to the pubtlic the names
if tlhos devoted ftliend; Thtyiire CLpt. Jalti W. Catnnont
Mtssrs. ',cu. Byrne, ON. E. ShaYw, . \.. Goodin, J. A. Michel,
J1. J. Johnlson, A. Kt. xecrbiit, Geo. Swabrieh, and others,
whose names the nr hnleraigued has been nnablleto procure.
Illy thak, arr re also due to Sergeant Mc~arlane nd Sergeant
obnshtun, of the Poulice of thils city, to whose · ctlrtr and honestyS
I owe ninny o bligaltions.
ýei slicEDWARDT CONER1Y.
LMAGICAL PAIN i- ENXTACTOR.
There never Iyas heI n a discovery made in Matcria Melcdic
whereby i, cn be. so quickly alloyed, anl where parts i n
high ctale or Itllllamnliittl conll be eo tpidly rcdnced to their
natnral ctne, nud where oundslll er nllr, rlnl br bo thlo]'oughlly
md rapidly healed, anl decayed part retored without either
car or defect, than i ilh
IiAI.iiiY'S IMAGICAI, PAIN EXTRACTOR.
For tale in New Orleans, wholesale and retail, by
J. WRIGHT & CO.,
.9 2p3t 1 151 lchalnt(T s trect.
" For those for iwhom -; Ion a emotions cherish
Secure thu shadow 'ere the .uh.tsnuu perish'."
For fifty cents you can have a good Daguerreotype likenes att
I)r. LOCKiWOOD' large and wTll-ventilated Siloon, 148 Ca
ondelt istret, eunder the Temlperance IIal. As the sickly
TeuoTn is now approaching, parents caln hav their children taken
byv th Doctor's Electric process in one eOllt d. Lollis tiL
itThTmeu call refore goilng elsewhere. Perfect aTtiTfnetion
glven or no chairge. JTT Ipli
.1 fIrord to Jlothers.
The most common disease to which children are snubject is
wormnus. In fact it Is almost universal Thousanuds of promluing
lchldlen die of it without the causebeig suspected. Tile symnp
toms ro so various that a diagnosis is almo ii almost impossible.
Mothers who would be on the safe side should administer WI.
NER'S CANADIAN VERMIFUGE whenever thie slightest
indication of thi complaint appears. If there are no worms in
the )system it can do no harm, and if there are, it will Infallibly
annihilate them and effect a radical and permanent cure.
i Bi e particular and remember the name, "Wiiner' Canadian
Vermifige." This Is the only artile that cm. be depended on.
For sale whokiale and retail in New Orleans, by
J. WRIGHT & CO.,
lilt 2p3tMoWueFirltW 21 and 151 Chartres et.
.Death on Rats and Roaches.
s - - -o -
185 CAMP STREET. ,185
Informs hris customers and the Indies generally, thant hre bow
determined t selloffIAt IRT lOST his ent5ire Spring nd
Sllmmerstock. All in want of dry goodls cannow fId
Ca'ýf3.c7 BS.r 8AF~1-Ax1
A deducti on of over 30 per cent. has been Allowecd upon thec fol
Satin Stripe and Plain 1AREIIS ROBES:
Org0nd5 lnd French JIIIst ROlBES;
Ssiss, India nhdl t,,d NaiIIIIII MIUSLINS;
Plateand 1Solid Olored IIAISEGES
EnglisL, FrenIch Ain Americin LAWNS;
13111te OINGlAIIMS, French IIBRILLIANTINES, etc.
A large And beautiful assortment of Embroideories, Valen
ciennes COLLARS lad COLLARETTi.
VALENCIA RACIIEL COLLARS.
SWISS AND IACOlNST COILLARS.
LACES, etc.. etc.
Je16 ?ppMoWeS1 No. 185 Catnip Street.
Important to Travelers.
All who travel in this climnate, and especially those who travel
upon the Mississippi and other Southern rivers, are peculiarly
liable to attacks of diarrhea. The suffering and danger from
such attacks may be entirely avoailed, if a11l will provide them
selves with a supply of
Bilings' Carminnative and Astringent Syrup
Letter from Rev. Alexander Campbell, D. D. formerly Pres.
ident of Mississippi College, Clinton, and now of New Orleans :
Da. EBIL NGS : Dear Sir-It is but simple justice to yourseli
and the publie g ndeally, forme to say, that fterhaving labored
for sveral monthe during thie lalt year, under the ravages of
the scourge of our climate, the Dirrhen, unmtil, in spite of the
usual remedies appiled by get lemen of the faculty deservedly
high in public e atiion, my bodily system was wholly pros
rated, I loud your tAs itgent Meticine the sovereign remedy
in the case. Ith so found it end hally eective in curing one of my
children of the same miserable complaint. Since it ettffected a
cure on myself, I'hava takeon It whenever, from any cause
there were symptoms ol a rucurence, and have always found it
as ehctltatl i prevention s in it had been previotuly in cure.
wanter, ought to . iry with him this invailnble medicine, by
whicb, without detention and with almost no expense, he might
earebimselftihe passes on his way. Families and Plants.
tons awould not only save much disease, but uave many dear and
valtable lives, by alwnys keeping it a a part of their midical
Tours, ALEX. CAMtBELL.
Clinton, Miss., May 13, 1F61.
Prepared and sold by the sole proprietor,
0. O. WOODIMAN,
Je16 2pitkltW corner of Common and t a gaine streets.
.ewly Interesting WPorks.
aMR. SPONGE'S SPORTING TOUR--Edited by Frank For
rester. With colored llltrations.
WORTH AND WEA.LTH--M3axims for Merchants and Men
of Busines. By Freeman Hunllt.
MEMOIRS, JOURNAL AND CORRESPONDENCE OF
Tboms, Moore. Edited by Lord John Russell. Vols. 7 and
8 being the completion. Jut received a for sale by
J! B, STEEL,
Law Publisher, Bookseller and Stationer,
jel6 2,3t No. "A Camp street.
Carpeting, .Jlatting and Floor
OIL CLOTH, at 19 Chartres street.
LACtey rece, a Inare asoment of CARPETICGS.,sch
nas Velvet, Wilton. TDcre'rtry rBescl Three-ply, Illgrin t'e
netian, etc. FLOOR OIL IOTI of v0a, ris r-H-litie,, an
W-ill it, THIo S ,itr ,om hl) I, etc. alTTING-- Ed pieres
4-1, idrd W1 ,hiite and Chcebredt, n and .ing asl of , mic
re offer at the owen[ maIrket h ,rich. B
A. BROUSSEAU & CO.,
LEACES, MANTrn ILLASn ETC.,
AT GREAT BARGAINS.
I. S. CR.: 'U:'€ II.'l,
Corner Dryades anl T-rpichore street,
Will oeffrTHIS DAY, .iunes 1, real valencienne Edging, Em
broidered Collrrs, t.hemlilette Jniconet anl Swins Bands, Em
broliiered and IIemrtitched handkerchief,. Black Silk Man"
till-r, Capes, Colored Jaconet,, Ginghams, 11arc1e,, Calicocs,
White Cttons, }Lull M uslin, and plali and plaid Caumbrics.
4Q-The Ladies would do well to call ;and examine the above
S. B. CHtURCHILL,
j,13.2321 corner Dryad,' -nd Terpsichore sta.
.i'ew Law lPork.
REPORTS OF )ECISIONS IN THIE SUPREME COURT
OF TIlE UNITED STATES, id, Nots anld Io,,t, . By R.
B. Curtis, .oe oflhe Assocbi t Jaice, of tle Court. 22 ohi.
Just received osd for sale by
J. B. STEEL,
Law Publisher, Rook-eller oad Stationer,
jel 2ilt \No. S t'amp stroeet
,Xcew Books---~ew Books
-For salc by
THOMAS L. W.THIXTE,
Bookseller and Stoaloter,
105 CANAL STREET. 105
FOREST AND SIIORE-By J. Illlry.
WONDERFUl, ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN IPRIEST.
II)A PFEIFFER S FECOND JOURNEY ARIOUND THEB
THE SHIP CA.RPENTER, ,J13 2p3t
Our friend Z . ARosenthal, Esq., of St. IJoni+, haling suc
ceeded in le thirdl trial ill placing our P.IATENT I)A II(I FIT
REFI.EFTOR in tilo lold of steamers, thb lust blstg in the
sreamer J. C swon. Cltais J. II. JTones, just ftotL St. Iois
and now in our Port, would licit the credulousto go anid exa
1inl for themel I aInlol see thl vast adi r tage l nds snfficient
iigllt it lrbd ill lighting rop dark rcrross..
As in oar previous cardl, I wonld observe it may be ndapted
to almost aniy kind of edifice or luprt5cnt, suh s Churclhs,
Town H alls, Mse.ss, CslerktS,' Oleo, Dwelling IlHoues, Store,
lotels, Klchels, Stair Passages, Cellars, on bosad of Ships and
Tllebe Reflectors are made of all size' : nca be seen and had at
the oflfc of
S2pSt No. 23 Front tret.
Second-hand Furniture Bought.
The highest Casl Price paid for all descriltions of Second
hland Furniture. lerooss leaving the city and wishing to dis
pods of their furniture, will ond it to their advantage to eall on
Albo-Second-hand Furniture sold, exclanged and repaired.
P. M. TOURNE,
ie9 2ip2nm 22 Itaronne smret.
THE CGRII:ATEST VARIETY AT
a- c_ Maoflqoe- aro'sý
Adjolitlig the Post-OIice,
IILOUSTRATED PAPERS, etc.
A large osSortment of STANDARIID and MISCELLANEOUS
All the latest publications received ias soon as iasuel from the
jel4 21ip3tSaTuFr&,W cCIooe P1,5e5.
No. E61R Broadway, New York.
CONDUIT SUR LE PLANT EUROPEENI
Chambre garnis et appartements avec nourriture on tans
Uu restaurant franunise attaechb d P'i.tablieelcnt.
e,132pl nl Proprietaire,
HIatlf a Iozen Excdlent Shirts
HALF A DOZEN FINE SHIRTS FOR 79.
HALF A DOZEN CUSTOM MIADE SIIIIITS FOR $12.
HALF A DOZEUN (G00D LINEN SIIIRTS FOR $18.
A goodit guarnsteed, beautifully sewed, and buttons war.
ranted serer to comp off,
A splendid asnortment just received.
Slirts made to order froln 24 to 5100 per doz.
GET YOUR SIHIRTS AT
S. N. MIOODY'S,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Emporium,
Corner Canal Street
jie2 intf and Exchange Place.
.llston, .$rygatt 5" Co.,
(formerly Bulnctt & notwlick)
PUBLISHERS AND BOOKSELLERS,
JS CA.rL S JT'EZE'C,
Will ~ssue on the first day of January nest the "NEW OR
LEANS DIRECTORY," embracing the names of an citins,
staties In regard to public institutions, anod aso a Planters'
Directory, containing the rlmen of the most prominent planters
in LOUISIANA, MISSISSIP'I, ARKANSAS and TEXAS.
A mamtbr of competent anil experienced p-rsons have been for
tile last si molo ths on tantly engaged upon this paIrt of the
.uork ; and it will bb compiled at an espsedp sufficient to defray
the whole cost pbiio of publition o an ordinary Directory. All
lmine1s annlicalions shoulo b adiressed ,'o V. H. RAINEY.
LARGEST ESTABLISHMENT IN THE SOUTH.
Nos. 171 and 173 Canal st., New Orleanns.
ALL NEW STOCK.
The ondersigned having opened a ltrgo'and splendid assort
NEW SOUTHERN FURNITURE,
Is prepared to supply the Trade and Pamilies on the most lib
eralterms. This being the only new stock in the city, pur
chasers will oad it to their advIatage to call and examine the
goods d lern the prices before purchasing elsewhere. Will
keep) constantly on hand
MARBLE, SOFA AND CENTER TABLES.
EXTENSION TABLES, Rof Mahogay, Wihmt and Oak, mad
of all sucs.
ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY WORK AND CARD TA.
WALINUT AND CHERRY DINING TABLES.
OAK, MAIIOGANY AND ROSEWOOD SIDEIIOARDS.
BUREAUS, of Walnut, Rcsewood and Mahogany.
OAK AND WALNUT
CIITDREN'S CHIAIRS AND ROCKERS;
DINING ROOM CIAIIIS;
MAIIOGANY AND WALNUT TEA-POTYS AND LIGHIIT
STANDS, etc., etc.
iHalr, MIoss and Spring MIatresses.
LOOKING-GLASSES AND MATTING,
ROSEWOOD AND MAHOGANY PARLOR SETS;
Together with everything usually found in a FSrniture Ware
This isan entirely new establishment, andl no old stock on
hand. Purchasers will hind It greatly to their interest to give
confident thlt he can offer then' newer stylcs of the most fwld
ionable Furniture, more substantially nmade, and at greater bar
gains than any other house in the city.
CHARLES A. STEWART,
a7 2Motl 171 and 173 Canal strect.
Authori,.d by the Stat. of Georgia.
Fort Galnes Academy Lottery.
Clss 1--To be drawn in the City of Atlanta,Georgia, in public,
on TIIU RSDAY, JuneA , 215, , on the
SA.UEL SWAN & CO., .Managers.
Prizes Amountlng to $34,000,
Will be di1trlbuted according to tle folIowlag brilliant scheme.
10,100 Numbrsl,-29 Prizes:
Sprl e .of ............... $10 0 is................... 110000
I r o .................. 5 ) ................. .. .1tI
1 prize or .................. 3( ) it ................... 3e o t
Sprize or. ................. 1 00 i ..... . .............. 1.p i )
Spr e of .................. 1( ) i. .................. 1,(li.y
Sprizes o ... ........ ..... f Sin are.................. 2,".f r
10 prines of ................ . 2 are ................. 2
255 prze of ........ . ....... .0 o i re ................. 2n e
p0 prizes or ................. f.J are ................. 41.R.
1 pr es of ................. 11 .......... ...... 1,320
41 prizes sof $olpproximating to $10 .U pr ee .... 240
41 prizes of 50a1ppro1ilnatng1t11 11, Wprize are..... LA
prie Iof a0approxlmating to 3,000 prize areo...... itA)
Spri es of 5,o u aplloi-rcmating to ,10i prizesl are ...... 4i
1lr- i . .... '11 . . 1 1 1 1115t 11o . . .. . l. r i, a. re..........
,lpp...o.. o1. aplroxolh, ,n, to1. . prie d.. .......... 9001
The two precedi, S and tile two following numbr s to the
drwing the lirct twenty prizes arn entitled to trhek napproxima
tioo p, in ths, Shoes mand Brogansr.
no llnber, that every hp 0ri 0, dawnd, aid payable ein fll w1ith
mdrawn g-other priE , t tERO us ANl time of thirt dCAPS, .
All communic tions st rictly conidential Thedrawn numbers
will bae forwarded to purchasers ilnmediateiy nfter the drawing
WhOOle TS, Bickets, $5; WOOe, $2; QuartersN PAL LAF,
PriS e TicketA e1shcd or renewed in other ticets at either oflice.
Orders for Tickets, can be addrescd either to
SSWAN CFRO., Atlant& C .,
Je2 l or 0 S SWAN, MoWtg1omery, Al.t
AToots, Shoes anP, rogans.
Now la ndln from ship Norfolk, and in streL, n genoerail asorl
mentol rOOTS, SIIOES, BROGANS, HA', CAPS, etc.
Plantations supplied wnith prima DITCIIING. BOOTS, RUSSET
BOOTS BROIGANS, woOl, RMEXICAN PALM LEAF,
,TRAW sad CAMPEACIIY HIATS, it the lowest marrket
FROST & CO.,
Jyl32p&W 10 Magazine str et.
i:LATS, C"APS, etc.,
We are cor:-tantly receiving n general assortment of Silk, Fur,
Caseimere, Panama, Leghorn, Straw, t'ahn Leaf, Mexican and
Wool HtATS, at tile
LOWEST MARKET PRICES,
FROST So CO.,
lyl ?p&W 10 Mlngnzloest o.ee
N.s Ofr.r.As, May 8h, IR.6.
Be it known to all whoI it miay concern, lhat the Govern
n iut of Nieargl. m recoguizes no ag--nt il the United States
xcept Padre VIjil, .MinisteCr to ]'ahington, and Col. P. F.
haneo s, i Sn th city. Capt. I. W. Wilkins has been acting na
agentt during the abtence of C] .\.hie.og, who has returnedT
andretaed thie duties of his .ice. And furttIer be It tknown,
ihat parties have recently borrowed money ou tie credit of said
Nicariguan ygovernment, without any athority. mt9 2p
CORNER CAMIP AND CO3MM1ON STREETS,
(Under City Iotetl,)
Have now rectied tiheiru sual choice and superior tbock of
IPIIING and SUCMMBISR
COMPRISING EVERYTHING NEW AND DESIRABLE.
CASIIMAIIARTTE ANI) ALPACA COATS.
FANCY CASSIIMEP.. ANDI DRILL PANTS.
MIARSEILLES AND VALENCIA VESTS.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHISNG GOODS
ni 2ptf in every variety
Removed : Removed i i
FROM NO. 15 TO 17 ROYAL STREET.
A supply of CREME DE BOUZY CHAMPAGNE, in quarts
and pints, constantly on hand, which is equal to the best thalt
comes to this market.
.. Also ..
OTHER BRANDS OF INFERIOR QUALITY.
SPARKINGO and STILL HIOCK MIADEIRA and SHERRY
BRAN DIE S
SAZERAC, of the Vintage of 1795, 1798 and 1805, and other
IV I IS Y:
Of all descriptions-Scotch, Iri,h Ryo and Bourbon.
ALE and PORITiSt, in plnts and quarts.
On hand, my usual assortment of the eost WINES and LI
QUO.RS inllts market, which will bo sold on as reasonable
terms as any other hluse in the city.
SEWELL T. TAYLOR,
d7 lptf No. 17 Royal street.
J. TIP. 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 SUPREME COURT I Nw Orlems. ioctlGs i2nf
Dr. Samuel Reynolds.
OFFICE-No. 115 GRAVIER STREET, NEW ORLEANS
Ciares CANCERS, SCALD-HEAD, WIsTE-BWEL.tING, SOnsE and
ULCERS of every descriptioni! i1 2ply
-IWatehtmakfig : Jiatchmnaklng?
a. r. nncnZfL'E ,
(Late YsOng & Co.,) 8 CAMP ST.,
Repectfully inrvites the attention of purchasers to his entire
new stock of fln WATCIIES, JEWELRY and SILVERWARE,
manufactured or imported expressly to his order, every article
of which is fully guarasteyd.
Particular attention is invied tohis assortment of WATCIIES,
which cannot be excelled in the city, and will be sold at prices
lower than is often asked for an inferior article.
, The strictest attention, as heretofore, in Watch Repairing,
Diamond Setting, or Jewelry Work. my14 2plm
George MI. Y'riten,
No. 103 POYDRAS STREET,
SPresses. Types, Inks, Paper, Cards, Cad Board., and
Printag liaterials of every description furnished at the shortest
notice. Old Type taken in exchange for new, at the rate of 9e
per pound. Ja2 2p
Betterton # Kee.re,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FURNITUR'E A I AUCTION ON ACCOUNT OF IEtAE
BY GARDNER SMITH, Auctioneer.
O(llice, 7 Commercial Place.
W EDNESDAY, IStM lnst., at 4 o'clock, ot
S thust street, between Felitity anl St. Atndrew, will
,Mahoay Parlor Fur lure Sofas, Table,, )idbehar3. Choirs,
Bedstetd,, Armtlr, Bureat. Clrpet, .otting, Curtains, 'hinto
l'ieeo Mltntel Ornamentst Mirror, Glass, Croekery Ware, etc.
CATALOGUE SALE OF 200 PACKAGEIS AND LOTS O
Soeaonable DrIy Goods, Frelcht Whitei Shirts, Straw Hlsts, etc.
BY I.BLACIE LEAnUMONT.
TTEDNESDAY 18th u st., at 10 o'clock, at
T lb tttore of testr8 Itant J"Fotrtnhr No. 20 and .
" lenvIllE street, beLtwee Chlttre an Id Old Levee str'1t1 , til
AIN extensive LsoArtmet of ScaRonl tth t Dry loodsttclrh at
llrp ,I'rc, Modnte m m l3 r . o r 1dker h'cllf; printed anti '
pint dorese; 'GI; l llg f s. M lttn deo niti ; white embroider
SSkirts embroidered A Illsll ColTlrs i Filet (love allll
Mitts; Cor sets-; I'a'sols and Umhrcllta'; " n;i Veils; Itut
ton". Rib bolum. Sn. tenders' ,'Yllnel Und'ert3htts; Slhrt Frollts;
hon aurd culore nletrs" Stnraw 11al, t et
1'ERS--Ii Ieral, at sale.I Jell
NfNIT'EE.N IOTS OF GROUND IN THlE THIIRD IlS
BY N. 'IGNIE, Aucttinecr.
oATURDAY, Jun 2lst, 185I, at 12 o'clock,
ill be sold at the St. tLouis iEis gc
NINI:T'EEI N LO)TS OF GROUND, fortilng nsrt o( Itlo
tllart No. (65, iouned3 by Frtretnet o I UniO l i Ttets tre Sit d
tllt motItrct., dlesign hy st t tt d 1et to neLrtgty toethIert
(Itreue th ,meatre) a51tt 299 feet front .l I.enefit itretu, U n o-i
TYe.s-(l-n-tir3 e b h, bnhrutce at 6 aidll 12 mouhllllh crtrdi:,
witl mortguae on sn3d lots.h
SA1,F WITHO1UT ANY RESERVE OF TWO SQUARES
ndl Twdve Lots of G round, sltuate3 It the Third ista1ritl.
RY N. VIGNIE, Auctionccr.
SATURDAY, Jultc 21st, 1856, at 12 o'clock,
will Ie Hohl lit the .L. Loelnn Exehalge
TWVO SQUARES OF GR1OULNID, 3c.gnato~d a Nos. 47 tlnl,
b(, comnlllrl.d within El lrv, Desire, Force, Virtue il1.1i law1
strets, di sided each into twenty lots, menerllr to .t feet or Ill(re.
fronlt, by a depth of 120 feet or more. Six in ll(h .'¢ult: re,
In irded by ]harignv, Mandevllh) Genre nIIId C(hlcetino strwets,
mneauring each 33 feet or more frollnt ol .1larigny sleet by 120
Six Lati.tl .........nre lo ,,oIG3oI rod. oha.n. .. 3¢h ll,ti.,
't;Has 0i1 CO.xnl~tO.othy,-lon-oh too op ac l !le hebalm,'
on eredltof 6 and1 1l I2 olthls , t, ior.e3 oltc.,
..ectred by moortgage on shld loft.
2cts of solo before A. Chinpclla. Esq., N. 1'. J.16.
DELIGHTFUL AND HEALTHY LAKE SHiIIEE FAMILY
£.etidellre, in oellmllena rder, ill Leerilllllgn for tale.
A DESmABLE TRACT OF IIIH LAND,
at L-lbinirg, oaruh. of St. To, mooo, in front of tin
hit hnrf, oesuilng one orpcou fron oil Lake I'otcrhar
ra by abort eight arpentn deep ; tog~ether with allI thee
ulotido anod imp-ooeme,, 1baoo, roe-ioA,,g elhery of a
rlpnciullan, elegant two-story AOoIllhog, L~ayE ghousol 0fee
front, with a large dialog hull, tit b0,droo, I,'ren looldrm al
Mil h, etc.; kiohen, nix h'0 hrots' rOOms, hnbolos, 11,0ken Louse,
oosoh hohr ,. barn, ctting.heasol, bHtlh ome, oo. Tl1,'h pop
erty i well fenceed, it mostly in n high culltivaterd hlimic; rll
handsolely plantiewish flower, o,-namewl k nd fruiI ,ied los
,poirv delolll tier the l l ole in fir. t rae order, lloofhyi th
speelill attention, of anurtou s.
Thoe IIOlFhOl ad KNihon Eh aituhoetc,,
For futhLer particlulas, apply to
N. TIGNIT., A 1ct100,0,
.2l hr Corner of Conti streetI oItEtch co ll,-o.
T OBY'S CITY ANDSOUTHERN EXPRESS
T -E ho,111t,,' at all heotn of the say throughot the cilty
Agent for thle Pomccllrtrtnin Railroald Ck rrpany, t'or enryhlE tho
Molls, In l holying entire charg of thi IsIg 0Cr: 111,0.
A ,,goilner will poot upon Eau 1ho, r. ino thE e car,
hlhulcks oill be ivhen fo rI ll Kaggoog 1,000 in chrgbe Khlyhis
Ihoggagh checked from ,'ld, or the ofyc, to the I.ake
honte 1.0, ruthIily of the P1,m honlnh It Ridioel Coompooy,
AX h'eckly Kopool lohohy lutodyl 10 Oiasveyoo,, I,.dihuoln,
Pooldcr AIoro Eal Ii onl -oo, Trlo.
An Express r )lnrg Piece lt e lirpli e. Onr three timer n week
all ho llohrihE II;,,,,, I, Ls-. (tei , te .rrxnd porcrlo re
c eivecl ait the e og lice
liillh of ladig left nt thie oflic for ,goals bI the hew N oo k
xnd 'foxes ..... k lrs, will meet with pIrompt a ttention.
OoheduIr of satex aod lgial, KfiOhsd, h yoppinlogo at the
Branch o111 ,it thhe hntr F ohnio R Io*OI 11poh, fol the,
Oophioif Bilogogo and FackOg,,. Open from 8o 0. . Aoh
The proprietor ,hep to notily thi publc t15t Ii, he the only
City IE\p rb* now m rllnioy aril tint 'I nramgrnlnta are now
completed, nod that Irourplne~s ini the delivery ut' goods eau be
relid T rpoo,
Co ly PrFlslpnl .s111,, 75 GI,,lsr .inol eorror Camp.
D AT AND BOARDINISG SCUHOOL IOR Ill St
,, ogo ES-Fo,,Ielod II io yo,,:.ml eIri.,a, d .,oo
0d0c,.d rKine 1O80 by iodelAel lmo Ig rnyaoh nndy uttyI , be
twen, Cu~tomhouuse andil IfilI ,lr r l iw iilprul,.
IAhe Storm,, Susim, of tii oo, so lio Jo, 11,0000 Chrio. n,
beginlsun ilei leth.goo. 11einnhulglthr , are 0 .,il :iio,
to lrrlommodino FIFTY 1 o lrol , ri0 d a rl hli:e ruml, :
Il~y ~echmara Attacheld to tlle prelo'rov mee ''line bath hourolr
u io I-d wharf. EAMUF iithmi,"o pus·rImng rd I.lI,l
smntiliil ilrstl lrtlull in every on rmd de i lt',;rtmlm 2 ' tldunt..l,+
out.. tingiing u NllllilglC are engir~lt by .Mr. I're".r:. [he ,Iti
ToI1I OouoldI·-)1* .I '/I~l~Ill'/1IL. 10 0,l Mooh~!~lllll· 110
'~101 leoder ofte5cutn fteNw ,1,0,0Opra yfr.lu
in opt will ll reside n[ 'it, 1'..s , 'll I- the, sunrm - . +u ni rill con
Ther city crhool rcnlurills open [ble whole 2·Lil for bnnrdvre acrdl
II.]"I.4 N'S BAGASSEG FURNA~'CE,-UBI'RPORT
li Oole to ' uniil oo llm , h lnc m do i ,l pliinnt fuc m1 to
,ipio culr m., . Iwdwelnw tn orney to ...Jimo 0
al~l thle Paper n fiI le lit thle Patentl Offie inl reliitionto tiro sub
Je,"t. amt hi, i h~.veeocnll elowl inn Mclieclt "clalnnt opena the
iol0I rrcllee or hallLxty of IS,, " w h. 1(ljlrilli·e oybui
T lDl la- CLINTO, II i b
o Ifchrl l street, New OrlEns.
p IIyl!cro0R [. C., 01larch -I, 153N.
ToI nm0el H. 00lmno, li .:
Nit-Sur":+r lIII)IIICs. err., e rn with ll n" fect I il~ftt and hrrllrlt
contract uilr 'on farr ynnlr iepmmcll]:llr.d :n ""n"ý Fu(·li; it in no
(·lIrIE. To ionfill k look tt i ,l Ilod i Me crorticnwithlly au
foii held hi dfl r , I ti, ll y lli l: , o h. I ,,... lo ,hIii 1y r
'TAGS. G. CLIISTON, 41, 1,e- 1, street,
apt I ,oo i fooo, or I Fee.
PERSEVERANCE D LOOR,, SASH AKP BLIND~
IF A';\CTOli\, crnea of St. IllIiulce nun (!It. arrests, Nowi
(iGofr:W P r\rlh ell, trod Bltiirflrr, r SffeettI Ily in
nrms Lis frienlll rmnd for pahllic tait hie ,II- in ll;1irn t o his
fno rr Ilolo fv, coIycncel the myoi mfictur of II .,, 01a0hes
Aod Itiimll oh, eIrnil,,, crihioli,, ti. lal-,oI I'l,,ooln.
A~ll ad "r, left att hiti oltice, 2 t nlnr-reini Place, the fact·ory,
or t tle Jl eehainice' Elebilng" Box 9 4, will 'o pr-potly t
I COTTONPLIANTATION 'FO1r SALE-TIIAT
werll knownl IllilllfiliOl ( Oiinerl and eccllplic by \iil. N. J.
242vn 22ituaed n 21')De,2al, !2.l thepal ,i 7)1)1'hit"
alnd fair mile, from Monrea, with al brellliirli l Oal from then~ce
to town,, coultninbrg bertween ninle Illrnllrd anld Onie tllrlllslilj acnee
2i, a1d, with abou2, 35 in a 122y higil .state of2 c2lti),eo: the
Libluotthir l y nlurcd dInnl. The Place I s t oll sitel o n Porce of
2112,22j,)i,2124)222. Th7) i 7)pl2221)222.1 are of j)2 2v b
qunlli y, inclurding I new Yrrnle taint o!:r nd q and wefuro
1ixtyy22222)12)F25 dd Sta4ble. rn IITh2 .ll. l 2 nd n 222 7
finished DwI)~elligr with all Coll tract out. It and altogethert~thr
to we)ll terms or. This t1a2 yof 2 lan 2222 ! e 4 .Id ve2ry
,D2))onne nu 22 1 2 cI2il 2 ro2 f 22112 2),2u,2a. I 42)212
t4 2 2 , 2 , t to t. J' 2 2 , o r a , '21 2 2 tA Te r1 1 1 is
gathered.~d It is sinsended to plalnt ni i m. op of corn: and whati
12er it W2a 5521e, thpe 241x ofthin propert4 211 21)h,), 2 it
fodder, pofntoe· eye atat the l·atet plee.
For 211)they l2farnntiou on t'2 s' su72221, apply an tile pr22 l
sax, or· to
1114 I).l'l A1122))i, .2b ,) )2 2Rfp2 2l2 22)
J21N222) AL) R R: BROTHER. 227 T22HO2PI
1)25ns27tr2et, 21.ove SW . Jo722 ph2,, C2)2., 22122IN AND S27 22
:l0:1 WORK FRS, nre now Prepxrcd to dO sit kinds). 22 Iar1W
in their lin~e of htusinasnd s ets l Pl nl(:1Ol~t
MAN, 21 222. 222. Al2), 22)2ti2, on 21opl2.222 2 1,2 22 Roofs
in al prtsof tle itJ stonerf p licr rnrt ~lpwelle x and
22p Itch. Al12kinds of S ,lbbing a2nd Repairig )d twit
dui. II 2I' trio attention to 2l rbders, de hope to merlid
bars of the public 1 itrormge·
24.l rt al' 'is)I 222222ty )222 2222)nd pr TII 111i 2
1) 1)z lve to refe, r to ttO. followin, g22)d, k22 P M'-'
Crar k Wing, .nmi~rn ,t Jlvclntol~l. Cook ,t rceetinse RA-r
221211)1) li21))x, C)22I2) h, 2 1 12lorn2)2 2 ur)21 ) p I)2 . Thayer,
)ller. T1)rpin2 ) ('o., 22 W. 2le..
ArgI~etter Box tad Jfecbanic.' anld Dealers' Etchingsp, 19 St
Cllnrlcs stret .1 d&
H"E BAGASSE FURNAC &I;fETTARS PA
TMANir of No. 31 Nrtelez street, New trtenSý, nnder thx dots
of] c~ctttbe, , 1554, for a fnnnwee for 6urniug W rod alnd Ilnygixrr.
Thi2s F2rn2222,lb4, 212 1 the follow2ilng in)lifiex2,22 fu1lly
p0 ved1.takisgsf SEVEN CIROPS THIE PRESENT SEA.
1st. It works entirely by natural drought, and without the aid
of it Blower.
^d. It containsl no grate bars or other iron, hr the interior.
ad. It nevear requeires a stoppage~ of the mill to bur. it, sehcn
4111. The IlngREie s never stirred or touched after It xrrivea
lc thle farm'..s
2522. It barn, l2i the 2P122)2, 22)2)d1 ,ite, 22 m enough to
run thle mrill engine, n telll battery, and n pumpingIIC engine..
P2his Ix the only )2)) nce tl2)1 In ns 221 o) a crop in t Ludhianal
In ermplinnce wills thle aiwvae five enedition,"
This 1 'nrnnte makesr no pretensionn to burn Rngnsxe alone, and
do,) eat r52222la22.ny oth2er f2)mi2) i1222))2222)Y222241,2 of its
form, inl the , , '!,% u pon whlich it works, or in tit nerlltt
w~hich it predate,; neitherr dine it Rppraolcll the -legIs of anyy
otller Pa2rty. Report. 2 ir2nl2)722) to the contrary e) a ,2)1'1
tri21k 2 of trade,) k)2'2n to ha 21) a y y tP22 ti) o n2)11)
them, anld clllenlatno c only to IIerriva thle public ond palm If or.r
title. thalt riolnot rtand upoutheir owllncrits. No persrln ill I~u
allowed to h11, make or ulse any patent Fllraco withourt autlhorkt
from me; sald all pmrsona "in; ranc*IIh mit,, itiy wYill be 'llly
gnairattecl in its ludisturbed use andl possession.
1fy 1'ntent Fer mce is is applicable to a traml of ketttles a. to
steam Iniler*; andl I Rrm prepared to contracot tr RIpIIY i to burn-1
ing thle Iingpi se to boll eonsa juice: in the common train of kettles,
under a Batisirtor ,fl lel~e to thle pnlrclliilrer ·
A treatin. of tithse whoisle s,, in pamplhlet farm, with draw.
Ingx, etc., to b. bad of the .ubecribei. ,r maiil or otherwise..
SAMUESL I. GIIMAN.
,ind d&Wfr 1 Natfchez street. New Orleans.
CRANE'S PATENT METALLIC BURIAL
lI T. -P. l1. ClO, T CO.i Croprietors and Wl 1,
Dealerrs in Crane's Metalllic Buriarl Caskert, for the Statess of
L-Niia-m all lississippi.i
p®°Offieiand Sampli Rooms, No. 53 It. Charlos street, lppo
ite the St. Charles Tlaai Ne. Now Olei. dml 11
ThOl BUILDERS AND, MoIA E RCHIAN NT S-PIIi iLl
I IAN(IINGt WAREHIOUSE. Nos. 68 unit GU Canal street.rt
corner of Old Levee.
Nile have Jusrt received and offer for salle at the lowes~t prices.
rlholerllle ar retaril, If Illrge and exten~iiv asorraleal of Frenchl
English and, Amncrlcun PA Pl, IL LIIS.1NINS, -fWINDOW
STIATTES sld FIRE BOARDS. .
IlyllQIl ____ NEWITALT, & IIUH E.
lbsuut with ,ted Ite iilllo) PIrfrigoii1or. 'ries TO
Crigimmtors have giien universal 1 6 tlafl) til1to1jallltOt hlve
nscdl them, anld thereB iS no d ou~lbt it is the besta Refrigerator ever
told Id flishity. Pbrsonh wning to li rcib ell will It well to
call andil exBslil the nbovo before farcllnrinc Iny othelr kind,.
mYII-3o C. FLINT k J ONES,
46 Ro1al street.
frOPlY') EXPRE SS-TIIO CITIZENS IUST IIBEAR
Sin mhld nrnmgemcnt R hoer been modle to tiln this Express
b1,( the sma11Be Clrisbee, to all the Wdilrering PlaCs on , th1
lIIIt.1mlldssFngl, will t11)1l on tilhe Coiat and cal, ailIt lt
charge~ of the,: baggager parcels, bulndle,, rte. Agents at the
diffe1rent poinit will eeeive Tild forIIrd tllpackages e(trusted
to tllTeir ,1re. A1 Chst ill be at the oflfce fir the recepton of
paclkaes, bsIT Il, etc.
This hapresS also connects wFith Mlobile MZontgomery, Ulndo.
Springs,, Point Clear, Houllywood and Daffoey. Checst nt the of.
Baggage bw y the Kate Frisbee checked thlrongh to andd
fra- couveulenre x11 will admit, anld avoidinlg the mIIyIImlo
anld Beccinbg of stewardns. : IMEON TOBY,.I.
ie3 Sm 75 (lrnvier sitreet, corner Comup.
FIRENCH LANGUAGE--SUMMER CLA~SSES FOR
Oe artlcrurn-M.. 1.6ou I~augrto. Professor of the Frenchl
langusge and French literittura ft the U. ireosi(y of Ianisirina,
Rives respectful notice to the public. that or MONDAY, J ro.,
9th1, he will commence and coutimte during the whole Mr~n
new classesa of three different degrece for gentlemen.. romp tiaint;
Flrmentnrp, J tiddla Sad Superior Clscrer, at his office, C'nivr
sit Building,~ corner linronnu and (:ommm) stretse, Roaln N~o. I.
Thle chnraul will tnlre place in file eveuiup) f at,-IwnrsIIIIli
front 5 to 9 o'clock, eo asn to snit anybody, 't he learning of ther
limgangn e will he masde extremely9 easy by a newr methoed of sim
r~se, r-a an, ?F rwvhie + a·v.,, Ann1andImb
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