Galveston Weekly News (Galveston, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 41, Ed. 1, Tuesday, January 17, 1860 Page: 3 of 4
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SATCRDAV..........i JANUARY 14 1S69.
TU KUQ AGENTS FOR TUB SEWS.
L. K. THESTOK B. P. DAVIS.
B. B. HANNAY.
QTlits morning's mail brought us tn
Austin -paper of tho JOlh but it contains
nothing ofgeneral interest touching the pro-
ceedings ol the Legislature; and indeed onr in-
terior exchanges hare very few items of news.
1ST VTc Me indebted to Capt Bacon of the
Southern News Depot forEmmerson Bennett's
Dollar Monthly the K. Y. Ledger New York
Mercury? The Illustrated News Wesson's Pic-
torial nil of which can be found at bis Depot.
- 0?" The number or cabra passengers by the
Orizaba on Thursday amounted to about 250
and the number of negroes to S60 mating 610 in
all the largest number wo believe that ever
came over by any one Steamer. But every
Steamer by way of Berwick has came crowded
for the oast two months citing us the largest
Immigration that has evor come to Texas by the
Gult We hear from other sources that tho
immigration orcrBed River is also larger than
it has erer been in any previous year.
"' Tim llomioxs. We hear TeryJlittlo said
abont the Mormons of late. The truth is their
impostures appear to have become transpa-
rent to their own deluded followers and their
number is fast diminishing. In 1B5G they num-
bered SS.000 and two years later only S0.000.
We trust a. Christian population will soon take
their place in Utah and that Jlormonism will
only be remembered as an evidence of the al-
most incredible power a religious mania has
in overcoming human reason. When people
of intelligence and education surrounded by
all the lights of Christianity and the highest
civilization can bo induced to embrace sucn
extraordinary and absurd delusions is it to be
wondered that so many nations of tho earth
who havo never had those advantages are still
groping in the darkness of pagan idolatry
Later rtoii TDK Rio 'Ghaxde. We learn
from Mr. Wm. H. Jones who has just arrived
from Aransas that n letter from Mr. Graham
sliertHTof Nueces county now on tho Rio
Sfandehad been received to tho effect that
C6rtlnas"had re-crossed the river (to this side)
about SO miles above Brownsville with SOO
men thus placing himself between tho U. S.
troops and Brownsville and where there is not
at present any force to oppose him. When
this letter was received at Corpus Christ Capt.
Britton immediately left for the Rio Grande.
It Is rumored that Capt. Britton had received
the commission of Colonel with authority to
tako command of tho Texas Rangers on the
. A correspondent of the Herald gives an ac-
count of a mulo-cared rabbit hunt which came
orf xin Monday after Christmas in which both
ladies and gentlemen were engaged. This ani
mal is one of the fleetest and the correspon-
dent in his account says :
"The trreyhounds all thoroagh breds looked ai
trim and fleeet as King James' best. A party of the
hunters became separated from the main body and
somewhere near the eld Oedar creek crowing a floe
" tnle-ernl " broke cover and started like a fresh
whirlwind o'er the prairie and far awa Bnt Trick
rave cbuc and awav ther scattered sip and tack
and u Trick gained on Mr. Mole-Ear shoot alter
. . ...- t j t . u . I v.. ni.u .1...
anout rent lue air aouu encs ui pu. Meuwn
gaining on you." after a itralght run of one mile
and a hair the dog overhauled the rabbit and after
dodging and overrunning several times Trick came
off Tietnrlona. The rrrevhonnds alone were In the
chase cars and ordinal? deer bounds nothavlngany
chance whatever Ihey were cistancea in me tctj-
ontset'and were unfit for a Mule-Eared chase except
I n trailing Ac."
IxnugEDixABr Fmces fob Xeokoes. The
Democrat and Planter of Columbia gives the
following stUcment of the hiring of the negroes
of the Manor estate in Brazoria on the first
. Tuesday in this month. The aggregate of this
hire is about $G00 more than the same negroes
hired for last year;
Grace and child 503; Ellas SOO; Joe 800; An-
drew SOO; Anthony COS Billy 283; Cornelias 820;
George E20; Dick ITS Motet &0- Bam 810; llenry
1SS: Isaac 225; DanleLSH; Drls-r.zM; Violet 115;
Candls and child 225; Kttty 66 Anthony 215; Mmry
-Ann 85; Tener and 2 children 225; Adam S20; TVll-
on.SOO; George S50. ...
wjltsox Nacaous. Anne f 50; Rose and 8 chil-
dren 130; CloeandS children 115: Malvlna and 4
children 200; Gressey and child 200; Clarissa 10;
Ned SS5; Ephrlam 215.
We also add the following article from the
The negroes belonging to the estate of Complon
sold In Brazoria list week for $24S5. The whole
namoersoldwas27. Of these eleven were children
- too tmall for work. Of the grown negroes 1C In
. number 6 were about DO years age.
Z3? The "ew Orleans Crescent has come to
the conclusion that England is now more am-
i bitions to extend her commerce than her do-
" j .millions and that she greatly prefers that the
-tFnltcd States should take possession of Mexico
than to encumber herself with such posses-
sion. For tho Statesmen of that country
know perfectly well that the commerce of
.ii. i 1 1 .mm ' Mexicowhich is now ncarljfaworthless would
borftaEnrnmenSe valuelif the countrr were
nmlcrjIjsCs 0f our ?--"""P"' : "" his-
vasl increaseTTJTTrcr-commerce would inure
chiefly to tws benefit of Eneland. But Trie-
Crescent gives also other reasons why England
desires the United States to take possession of
English cltlsent hare very large claims upon Mex
ico which there Is every prospect they will never
have rAld unless some sach change is made. If
the United Stales seises Mexican territory the
would have of coarse to acqnlt the hypothecations
upon that territory; and thos British creditors
would get their money. Hence the English hold-
erao! Mexican bends have been damanms tr some
time that the Federal Union should extend her Ju
risdiction over her sister Bepnblie; and probably
' their representations hare gone far towards changing
the sentiments of the English people and press on
the subject. And beside that there is this reason
more. If the United States doesjnot Interfere speed-
ily In Mexican affairs there Is a certainty that either
France or England herself mast. England has no
taste for the work just at present she dots not rfant
Mexico and besides has her hands otherwise fall.
"With France It may be different. Napoleon has the
means to accomplish it and the acquisition of that
' Hen colony would oonouess ne popular wim iu
people. But England would a thousand times ratter
we would get her than Erance; and .therefore her
statesmen are urging us to take her. Tve. think a
few years more will thrust Mexico Into onr embraces
whether we desire it or not. Her aceolsltlpn ana
after management will be proline sources of difficulty
and danger without doubt. But destiny wills that
we shall "assume the responsibility and our own re-
luctance cannot defeat the decree of fate.
We agree with the Crescent that Mexico is
-very likely to come under the control of this
Union orpossibly may be annexed to it with-
in a few years but we are not so much of a
fatalist as to believe that such an erept is among
the decrees of an overruling Providence; and
we will further add ihat in our opinion
tbo'cxtension of this Union or of its pol-
itical power over that Tast region with
its millions of scmi-civilixed and mongrel in-
habitants would be a most hazardous experi-
ment and such an experiment as no wise and
prudent statesmanship will ever venture upon.
It appears to us that our Government already
contains within its limits discordant elements
enough for its own peace and fafety without
incorporating 8 or 10 millions of people the
greater part of whom are of Indian or negro
tlood and utterly incapable of appreciating
jnd mucb ip?s of exercising th rights and
duties of freemen.
We would be glad to see that country Amer
icanized ; but that ahould be done by the very
same process by which American principles
nave heretofore been extended and arc now ex-
tending over this continent namely by tho na-
tive enterprise the voluntary efforts and char-
acteristic energy of Amercan citizens without
cither aid or obstruction from our Government
This extension of American principles should
i ways be in advance of the extension of our
Government as In fact it always has been here-
tofore ; and it is mainly for this reason lhat our
past a'cauisilions of territorv and normlalinn
I5 "jiare been attended with very htle if any dan-
Kca?. '"convenience jjqt II we attempt to re-
verse! Ibis order and extend our Government
hpre its pfjn'cjples am t;nknoVn tjnd cannot
bp understood shall we not thereby introduce
elements dangerous to our liberties ? We can-
not believe that any patriot can reflect upon
the momentous consequences that may follow
'from such a hazardous experiment without
feeling a conviction that though we may ac-
quire unoccupied territory with perfect safety
yet that the absorbing of a nation of eight mil-
lions of inhabitants is a very different thing
especially inhabitants who have demonstrated
their incapacity for self government by thirty
jears of anarchy and a succession of almost
'annual revplutions. In view of the dangerous
experiment' of mtroducine such an elemehtWo
litis Union or assuming the responsibility of
governing such a people we consider the obli-
gation which such rsaumption will place us
jinder to pay the British bond-boders and all
giber debts of that cquntry though of no small
magnitude as of comparatively minfir importance.
Speeds or IIou. It. . IInlbnra or
W. r. WSKS.Mi'OBTSS.
The House of Uepresenlativeshaving under
consideration n proposition to donate 1C0 acres
to actual settlers; and two mneadments ono
having for its object theprcvention of abSiitfim
incendiaries from receiving the benefit of the
BUI and the other conferring it in actual citi
Mb. IIctbird said :
In the aspect In which It Is now presented this is a
grave question for the consideration of the House-
Mr the amendment offered to this CHI by the gentle-
man from Cherokee (Mr. Foscuel has been treated
by honoable members as though Its original provis-
ions applied entirely to dtlstns of Texas. If this
amendment did (or was intended) to apply (which b
certainly not the design of the mover) to actual citi-
zens of this State now residing within your boraers
then It would Indeed be a meaningless thing and
calculated by questioning their patriotism to arouse
the Indignation or a brave and gallant people. But
I do no so regard the effect of the proposition. And
I shall not stop here to ask what was the Intention of
my friend In offering this amendment; nor whether
under the cloak of paiUamentary tactlet"Ee seeks to
stab the Bill. I sit in judgment on the motives or no
man and that which I concede to others I ask for
Vet 81r when this amendment was Intro dacedcon-
celfingthallt was gennaln to the question before
the House and that it might be proancuve 01 goou
In connection with this proposed Preemption Act
certalnlr of no harm. I voted for the adoption as
well at for the amendment offered by my friend from
Travis (Judge Townes). Bull must not be charged
on that account with being hostile to thli BUI; which
In my opinion when properly gu irded and with these
restrictions Is a great and patriotic measure for the
development of the State. Bat It will be remem-
bered by the House that I gave my views on this
subject some dayt ago and my position as a friend
of the original Bill Is known to the country and re-
There are many upon this floor who live upon the
border gallant men who hTe seen hard service
there; who vote with me Etr for this amendment
No one questions the true Southern feeling of the
hardy settlers on our frontiers. It is not because
even so much as a whisper of suspicion has reached
our ears against them that I support this amendment
but it Is because the provisions of the original Bill
are co-extensive with the almost boundless limits of
the Union. It is therein the generoas objects con-
templated by this Preemption policy might be abused
by designing men not "native and to the manor
born;" but who while seizing our proffered bounty
with one hand would perchance apply the torch of
the Incendiary to our hemes with other. Tf e are not
wanting Sir in examples of such perfidy. This
amendment cannot Interfere with oar own citizens or
that class of men north of the border line of slavery
who have always through sunshine and storm re-
mained true to the Constitution and the Union. All
laws are enacted to protect the good man against
the bad. It is in this snlrit that I have supported
this proposition; not that for ono moment I supposed
we were in Immediate dangers but because the tar-1
bulent and evil times upon which we have fallen sol-
emnly forewarn us that a dsy may come when
treachery and treason will attempt to stalk In our
midst. It is against such an event (which God grant
may nevet come) that I woild even now throw
round our broad unsettled domain every barrier
and every safeguarg for the protection and mainten-
ance of those institutions which we desire to perpet-
uate there as we have Inherited them from our fath-
ers. I am answered here that such a requisition
would not prevent the abolition incendiary from re-
moving to the public lands and availing himself of
the rich bounty of the State that perjury to the fa-
natic Is a "thing of straw." This may be true; so
the assassin may in the night-time take your life and
the hand or him stained with blood may go unfetter-
ed and unknown. Tet murder is for all that a crime.
The law may be evaded; yet the law may still be
right. I would prefer that the BUI confined the ben-
efits of this Preemption to citizens of Texas alone
and it was for this reason I voted ror such a proviso
when offered by the able member from Brazoria (Mr.
Mocjon). Then this heated discussion would hare
never taken place; but I discuss this question Sir as
1 find It presented to the llousc. and as such. I shall
meet it concealing no opinion and shirking no responsibility-
Then I reiterate that even granting lhat such an
amendment might In tome instances be inoperative.
It wonld at least exert a moral force by indicating in
a solemn enactment that Texas Is conscious of her
rights and will exert all her power whether success-
ful or not in forewarning the fanaticism of the North
that we will offer no Inducement to nor will permit
any man or tet of men by word or deed to interfere
with the Institution of domestle slavery. At least
Sir either by adopting this amendment or by confi-
ning tho benefits of the BUI to actual cltlzecs I
would urevent as far as possible the colonization of
our one hundred million acres of public domain
(now stretching fire hundred miles to the Westward)
by that class of men who are unfriendly to the do-
mestic Institutions of our State. Sir to be " fore-
warned Is to be forearmed" and in these days espe-
cially the maxim Is full of fearful Import. And right
here. I desire to slate from my place that It is not
with any desire to agitate this vexed question or to
sow me seeds 01 Ulseora among our own people mav
I advocate the passage ol this Bill During my life
I have been opposed 10 agitation for the mere take
or agitation. I have rather favored the policy of
pouring oil upon the troubled waters in those great
and exciting crises of the past history of the coun-
try when danger threatened the existence of the
Union. I have been one of that number Sir wno
hare thought In times past whether wisely or not the
sequel will prove that In the lifetime of nations as
with Individuals there may be occasions when mutu-
al compromises and concessions are right and proper
for the better securing and preserving the peace and
stability of the common country. Such a sentiment
has the merit of being founded In patriotism. If not
But Sir when It Is proposed In the present ease
that a sovereign State shall act upon a subject over
which the has sole and complete Jurisdiction the
guarding her immense domain against the andal
hordes of fanalic!smll should not be thrown into the
teeth of gentlemen that because they advocate such
a policy It Is done for the purpose of stirring up
strife In the sisterhood of States. I would not for the
sake of retaliating against the wrongs we have suf-
fered add fuel to that flame of discord which has
already Invaded the temple of oar liberties. I scorn
Sir that accursed feeling which prompts some men
to raise the storm that in the midst or ruin and
desolation they msy leap to eminence and power.
Such cold calculating aabst on may sometimes sweep
its way to the high places of the land ; but the "day
of reckoning" comes at last when like Lucifer they
fall to rise no more.
But Sir when danger does stare us In the face
when the noise of commotion Is heard when " omi-
nous signs" are in the heavens ; when the rational
mind Is already lasbed Into a tempest skill we be
taunted as "croakers of evU" while darknes Is even
now gathering around us? Shall we be frightened
out cf our wits like old women with spectres of
ghosts And blood and the horrors cf the final catas-
trophe from a calm and dispassionate stirrer of the
pretest difficulties aoddangers.Vich. snrwana-t&.
-wnmtrj "t!t iL-jv. .
The centleman fronrpgS' 4. Jor) In answer
to our. argument oSJfTv-i .juntd'eljle'
this floor boastlngly that ihe South and Texas es-
peclallyhavc nothing to fear ; that we alw ys re-
celvedjustlce at the hands ot the Tedcral Givcrn-
ment whenever we demanded It. Such I believe
Is the remarkable discovery of the honorable gentle-
man from Tannin (Mr. Taylor.) Let us sec Did
the antl slavery crusade cease with 1820? D .1 that
"calumet o( peace" avail us ? and has there been
ei en an Interval of rest frbm that day to thl I No
alrl This devilish agitation has grown from the
'i'elzeof aman's hand"untll Ithasavershadoti'-dthe
whela heavens. Remedy after remedy has been
applied but to no purpose Knlrealy aftercntreaty
andthe pleading eloquence of patriotism lu the
Council Ohamber by "holy altars"iand!ntbe homes
or the land have all gono forth toinvokerepo e.but
khas been answered by continued insult and Injury
r oy treacnery anu ireaeuu. w muwuu uw rmsc.
Is to shut our eyes to thepast and present; ltl sir
fA irnnrh xrtth ernvpnfearat theanproachof lLnr
TtaeTiassed on. The great crisis of 1S32 con 1 ulsed
the country and though the slavery question was
not then directly in Issue jet without stopping to
discuss those stirring events It will not be denied
that sectional feeling under a different form from
that which Is nowipresented then threatemI the
existence of the Union. -Again the spirit ot con.
cession prevailed ; the storm abated and a long
career cr prosperity was promised thecountr.
But still the elements of discord gathered sir ngth
with the lapse of years. -Agaln and again wl Ii In-
'creased bitterness did this crassde against the insti-
tutions of the South manifest Itself In the counnls of
the nation In the licentious press and among the
great masses of the North until It at last asa met!
a form and a concentration of power which became
formidable and fearful Jo the peace of the Gcrcrn-
nicnt. A great Sectional Antl-SlavcryParty "eek-
Ing Ihe control of affairs arrayed Itself In d-adly
hostility to the old IVhig and Democratic parties
which finally destroyed the one and Imperiled the
other. The Church of Ood within whoso holy pre-
cincts the rancor of party should never enter was
Invaded by this monster ana iwo 01 uic great reu-
gious denominations of the country were dirldt d up-
on the Issue. A Church North and a Church Fouih
was the consequence and the bonds of Chrl tian
Brotherhood were broken and desecrated upon the
altar of an accursed fanaticism.
Political conventions were formed; candidates
for the Presidency nominated ; platforms were 1 iade
embodying principles hostile to the Constitution and
the rights of the South; and the flat went forth r ever
since revoked that "no more Slave States shiuld
ever be admitted Into this Union."
Hence when an occasion was presented for the
political doctrines In 1550 the exlsteoce of the I' don
was threatened again. I am one of those sir. who
advocated the "Compromise Measures" of 1350
not that 1 tnougnt iney gave me iuu measure 01 jus-
Letter from New Orleans.
that there Is not n
seltlemeat cf the
others than thor 1
Institution cf A f
tloned the sou
border upon tl. 4
there never w J$
grace from the
utterance to sud
point far whljn
rtrini tiT-t- rlLh?R
Heaven to servetae3eYiff
ago the northern section
-r aT Ihe
VVe "livery of
-.j fiTawne months
tiuretue. and that In
uttered upon the
Tna Wniiv Caor. We are gratified to learn from
the farmers and from our own observation lhat the
wheat crop in this country has not been seriously
damaged by the severe cold weather of the last few
weeks. Soon after the hard freeze the wheat fields
looked brown and seared and had every appearance
of being materially injured; to much so. In fact
that the liveliest apprehensions were entertained of a
complete failure. But within ths last week the warm
weather and a lew showers have brought out a plen-
tiful of young green sprouts end now the fields arc
beglnlng to wear their wonted appearance We
have heard from very reliable gentlemen. In differ
ent parts or the country that this it a general thing"
and no rears are entertained that the crop of next
year will be much lessened. losomelocalllles how-
ever the Injury to it was more extensive than In
TVe have seen one extensive field In which the
green Is begtnlng to predominate over the scorched
and blighted leaves let t "by the frost ani vas al?ea-
ay being" pastured Ono of1 tbemosf zerlots Bjj-
ndvanlagcc attendant upon the injury to the crop is
the loss of the rich nutrlclous pasturage that horses
and milk cows have hitherto enjoyed at this season.
A few more warm rains will make It as "good as
wheat" and enable them to render good service lor
stock. Dallat Jltrald.
fE? The Charleston Conner says :
No one who knew Galusha A. Crow of Pennsyl-
vania had any apprehensions that a duel woald
branch out of his late difficulty with a Southern
Itcpreientitlvc although some correspondents face-
tiously intimated inch a possibility.
their boldness ISZSr "'- ulKIC1- upon me
h!ghw-''?SSr lnsUtuUon 'or slavery. It
I sjstr"-. y fatan Indignation meeting was
f" aed community and the gentle-
misL4 jiwtth as great a zeal as he now
m r.'mendment denounced the trea-
sors . . -if-rrecuonary aocinnes neia uy tnose
men aiimendlng the Legislature to enact laws
to mees sucn an emergency nouiymg mem to leave
the State: and In his speech declared that "thev were
pilots tent here to blaze the way for the hosts of abol
itionists wno were to foaow" JLc
Ispeakaii?Irollthe record. But the gentleman
now raises his hinds with holy horror at Ihi bare
mention of an attempt by this Legislature to guard
the long'llne of our fronderand our vast domain
from the Incursion of just sach men as he then de-
nounced at his own home. He says that they are
able to protect themselves. The troth Is.we do desire to
discriminate between oar own citizens and those
who by nativity and education are unfriendly to
onr domestic Institutions. In other words sir I am
opposed to offering a bribe to the settlement of our
public lands by any other than our own citizens ;
hence I advocate the amendment but not with the
design that It shall most remotely even affect the
citizens of Texas. Gentlemen foreet that onr tpr.
ritory extends to within twenty-fire miles of Kansas
and that for distance of five hundred miles bevond
the present settlements Is a country yet to be pop-
ulated constituting an empire within iiself. Mill It
be seriously contended that under a pre-emption
act without any restrictions open to ail the world-
there would be no possible dsDger arising to our
peace from the character of the hordes of the North
who would come down upon It Jiic "vultures upon
tbelrprry?" Bellgious sects aDJolttlcal associ-
ations might again with a fairer field and on a
broader theatre attempt to do that which they were
only prevented from doing in the gentleman's own
aectlon by the boldness and fearless determination
of the good and true men of the frontier and his
If therefore this bill Is not to he confined to
citizens of Texas alone but Is to extend to all who
may seek to avail themselves of Its provisions then
sir I am for causing those who come from beyocd
the border fine of slavery to take the obligation re-
quired by the gentleman from Travis (Judge
Townes) before they can enjoy the generous bounty
or this SUle. We have the right to say to whom
we shall give oar public lands and an equal right to
declare how we will give It; and I am for exercising
this sovereign prerogative to thefuliest extent.
I am asked what good will such a provision do f
I retaliate by asking gentlemen what possible harm
can result from Us operation r Bnt I am here met
with the old argument of my friend from Bed Blver
(Mr. Epperson that It Is daneeroni to aritatoth
slavery question that It Is the old cry of "wolf I
wolf t" that we are secure and lhat this great
Union of Stales under no circumstances can be
destroyed that all this fear and trembling Is of no
avail that the "people" will at last assume the
reins 01 power ana bring Hgbt out of the darkness
which surrounds us. Sir God grant that the pro-
phecy of the gentleman msy prove true. But
since he Invites cs Into the field ot national politics
in the wlde'range' which this discussion has assumed
I will go with him there; but air he will be more for-
tunate than I have been If be can find in all the
present "igns of the times" one solitary pledge 6f
peace or One wel defined hope of a bptter day for
the Hepatite And UDgralefal aj the task may be I
propose briefly to show to the House that Texas has
nothing to gain but much to lose by remaining an
Idle spectator of that fearful political drama which
Is at this hour being enacted before the eyes of an
imperiled country. Sir there are In the history of
all governments .alternate days of sunshine and of
gloom I know. It would nothave accorded with the
tradition of the "rise and fall of nations" were It
assumed that our own country were an exception to
this Inflexible rule. But when national disease be-
comes chronIeland refuses to yield its virulence or
relax Its told upon the vitals under the tempering
hand of compromise and forbearance then sir we
take It the body politic Is fast homing to decay and
death. What sir has been the prime aye the only
cause of those great political 'convulsions which
have marked the history of this country? It hat
been this selfsame slavery ouestlon. which eenll.
raenarenoweo eager to Ignore in 1M and 1S21
pending the- admission of Missouri Into the Union
arose the first dangerous excitement threatening the
existence of the ItepubKc At that early day.
Southern Statesmen had not assumed the high vantage-ground
in relation to slavery which has been
maintained triumphantly In later times. They re-
garded t then as only a political necessity. But
notwllhstandlsg.thls darkness gathered around the
papltol and a fearful excitement arose jn the coun-
cils ana among the people of the nation on the sim-
ple question whether the territorv of Missouri should
be admitted Into the Union with a pro-slavery clause
In her Constitution. Well sir I shall not trouble'the
Ilouie by recapitulating tna stirring events of that
day familiar at they must be to every member.
What was the consequence? The consequence was
that to smother the fires of discord and to still the
storm the great and good Statesmen ot that better
day of the Kepnbllc Inaugurated a compromise be-
tween the eontendlngsections the Southyieldlog(as
has since been decided by the Supreme Court of the
United States) a clear)y constitutional right- by said
eoncMsIon a CoaproralseTrhleh restricted slavery
forever from all "territory ubrth of SOdeg.80 rain.
and leaving us only the questionable privilege or de-
termining for ourselves south of that Hne whetber
slareryshonld or should not exist? Unequal and nn.
just as this measure wss shutting out from the com-
mon territories purchased by common blood and
treasure one hair of this Union; yet nevertheless
we are prepared to houpr the motives and revere
the patriotism of these ffood men who thereby
brought (jack for' a'lnrq nt least peace to'atorn
arid distracted ponnlry. Sir we See now that this
was the first false step the cause of all our woes
which has .been too truly Illustrated In the subse-
qufcnlhlsUryof the nation. It would this peace-
offering hare been canonized foreverln eloquence
and song. If 11 hid only accomplished the great
object Intended by Its adoption to secure In all
coning lime peace and harmony between the North-
ern and Southern States of this Union. Tint. Mr.
Speaker men who In that day hailed the calming ot
the troubled waters as the ery act of God have
yet lived to see all those bright hopes perish and to
witness the gradual decay and weakening of these
bonds' of uynion which In olden and better time
were' to itrottkly knlttogether. It has been said on
tlce to the South; but because In common with Jiiou-j
sands of others I deemed them the only hppt for
the preservauon 01 we country- at wai aay.y mat
the manner of the admission of California and the
abolition of the' slave trade la the District of Colum-
bia were Just to the South under the Conatltu ion
Is a proposition I never admitted and about hlch
there la but little controversy at this day.
Vet we were forced as good men then thought
to adopt these peace measures or suffer this great
Union to go down In darkness and in blood.
Why the necessity for Ihese enactments why this
turbulent excitement "which convulsed the coontiyto
Its very centre ? The cause was the forces anll-si ive-
ry had gathered together demanding not as a shp-
puaut dui as a power in inc uuvctuwcui mess con
cessions 01 ngnu
They were passed placed upon the Statute Bo As
men breathed more freely and "pesos were
sung again." The waters were calm and the p .trl
cts from all sections from grateful hearts utured
Joyful greetings to one another.
But sir was not that ensuing peace but arespi'e
the calm which always precedes the storm? The
Mstory of tho past lea years of this country j.'vcj
us an answer as mournful as It Is true.
Ihe legislation of 1S54 was no concession to the
South. It was but the enunciation or a con-.Itu-tlonal
right as since declared by tbeSupreme Cuurt.
But when practically we come to apply those "ads"
known as the Kansas and Nebraska Acts when one
of these territories asks for admission with a pro-
slavery Constitution comnlyiog in all respects with
the Constitution of the United States she was rt (us-
ed and kicked from the doors of the Capitol. A thou
sand pretexts were made; but ''hoodwink it as we
will'' no one doubts theract that Kansas would r en
then hare been admitted as a Sovereign State 1 no
mention had been made of a "slavery clause "
What means this ? It means that the Black He.'ub-
llcan party controlled the Uouse of Kepresentatlv es
and nothing more.
Shall we forget too when gentlemen taunt us u ith
unnecessary fear that outside of Congress In the
Presidential Canvass of 1556 clouds gathered d rk-
ly In the political sky ? Will the House look at lhat
contest calmly ? IIow comes It that a purely sectlmal
party led on by a mere adt enturer swept the S rlh
with triumph In that struggle leaving scacre a " or-
poral's Guard" to stand by the Constitution and the
Union? It was but the accident of victory wl ich
'saved us then. That struggle was a test of the ' el-
Ing of Ihe masses of the Norllu Their ptatforn
while adroitly avoiding any Interference with alat try
where it existed nevertheless declared that "no n.nre
Slave States should be admitted into this Union. And
on this issue the battle was fought with what sucrcss
we know too well. We were saved then only by a
United South standing in solid phalanx by the old
standards ot Democracy.
But that day passed and the only national party
with any power succeeded In electing their President
and for the time Oelng put its foot upon the mon er.
Buthss the conflict ceased? Is there more pmce
more prosperity more hope nowthan heretofore
I answer no sir. borne 01 you speaa tana 1 hi nor
him who believes It) or the reaction of public senti-
ment and of the fidelity of the "people" of the
North ? IIow are we to judge of these people hu
by their representatives? Shall we be told mat
these "people" are our friends when their chi.-en
representatives presch treason at noonday in ihe
Capitol aid when their great leaders tell us'lliat
there Is an "Irrepressible conflict" between freedom
and elaery? Is that their friendship? Then Cod
save us from our friends. No sir this agitation lias
been permitted to go on unchecked and unnhlpp d
until at this very hour It is endangering the Li Ion
or these Slates. It is an Intensity of action a Ml
purpose and a power of numbers which Is low
clamorous for the reins of Government. And -lr
unless It recedes unless the "better days of the l!e-
publlc" come back to uj then sir 1 believe bt'ore
my God that the "end Urawcth nigh." I would Co un.
set no avert act; but I wonld not have my sect'on
close their eyes to the Impending danger. Why -lr
what Is now being enacted at your Federal Caplt 1 ?
For one month they have been balloting for Speal er
and no organization. Who are the Black Republi-
can party seeking to place In this the third Oder of
the Government? A man who has subscribed for ihe
circulation at the South of a book written by a
Southern traitor whose object Is to bring about "-
vile Insurrection" In our midst. A book whose pro-
gramme fori SCO Is in the following words.
"We will In the contest of 1SG0 by our euffra "S
hold the Presidential Chair and other hlch cffii ai
.positions In the 1 cderal Government sacredly Intact
irom ine occupancy ana pollution of pro-slat ry
demagogues whether Iron the North or from he
South; and furthermore lhat if In any case the .11-
garchs do not quietly submit to the will or a coi stl-
tutlonal majority or the people the first battle be-
tween freedom and pro-slavery will be fought at
home and may God defend the rlghC'V -
Anu to ail ims ine cii-.Trpimi-" i'jr r
( Iam 1.. 11 ftY!Tflflh"tiE.ZtDr4M-
"V ."rV "" iti'J 'JC... "ITl .11. V.1.1..
UatTW-tH-VoBSTeSS- " mce uwiutuj u
Startle US from our repoe ; ims not cewaru uiafc
ai ch Tally rand told us tnere Is an "Irrepressible cun-
fllrt" Ho be not declared that the "Sunrcme Court
must bere-organizcd"-acd thcTclns of Government
'placed In the ha&4Tof his party to accomplish all
this dirty worklsjlshil are not mey tending tniiiier-
ward ? The late raid on the soil of Virginia wa In
Itself considered the-futile-alt cmnt of a few fanati 3 :
'but sir that Jnrpad there Is an index to the grow'og
teuumrnv or uie orui. a was as some voica 11c
flame BVtalJncthrough the crust of the earth whi h
'wtjie'ltl harmless in Itself shows that tbere are
"raging fires beneath. John Brown and his comrades
in" treason met Ineir Just ana Ignoble late; bntilJe
by side with them In the dock should have stnod
the great arch traitors of theortli whomanuf ic-
lured ' lhat public sentiment which sent these I ss
guilty felons to their doom. They raise now tl.clr
Jioly hands in horror and cry through pale lips
"thou canst not say we dfd'lt" whsn on their so i's
ana-onmcir nana resis uic innocent biooaor
Harper's Ferry. '
Do we not bear by every mall that reachesus.
from ashington that the oldest statesmen conserv-
ative men national men even now tremble for tic
safety or the Union; "lhat the darkest dayof cur
t.lalnr 1 nntr tinnn no 9"
The danger ceases not even If we elect a national
man as Speaker and the organization takes pUce
under the form of law. The Presidential crisis or
le-GO is the fearful contest and on that issue sit le.icta
all our hopes will be staked. "Ijameful and discord-
ant utterauces" are heard acflhe fanaticism of
the North must recede or else we go down. And
yet in the face of all this men cry out against ihe
only great national party of the Government cud
tell usihey will appeal to the "people" la the con-
test ot 1SC0.
At the North we hear of "Union meetings" as
nominations for the Presidency ; but basing it: lr
success upon opposition to the Democratic AdmlUs-
tratlon. Their co-woikers of the South endorse Buchanan
bnt Ignore the Charleston Convention or treal It
with "masterly" silence. Thus with three can H-
dates In the field and a divided South we are si Id
to Black Kepabitcan!sm;'and the very end you o
much deprecate will have been brought upon us by
jrour own acu.
We should at least open our eyes to the "signs of
(be times" and be ready for that great emergencr
wmen may come upon us. The time has arrmd
when the South Irrespective of old party affillalloiis
must stand together. By uniting our strength to
those true men of the North who always stood y
our Constitutional rights we may yet drive ba k
these vandal hordes and save the country. Bit
with division and distraction comes defeat and I1
the fearfal consequences.
I do not counsel retaliation. I wonld not because
the States of the North have nullified the Oonstli u-
tlon and the "Fugitive Slave Law" under "persoi. il
liberty -bill" enactments retort by Imprisoning
their people or Invading their homes.
No sir; so Iout as this great Union can be pve-
scrved under the Constitution It Is a blessing to i.s
and our children. I would do nought to endanger it.
I love the Union with the deathless loveorwomiiii.
I love It for all the hallowed memories of thepast I
love It In memory of the patriot statesmen wl.o
formed It and for every green chaplct and lau el
wreath which gathered on a thousand fields ol glo-
ry have been entwined around Its brow. I wolIJ
cliog to it In adversity In sunshine and In storm ns
dings the brave seaman to his sinking ship ; but
when "forbearance ceases to be a virtue" whn
nationalism Is gone-wben we are denied our rlgl 's
under the Constitution; then sir liberty has becon e
anarchy and the .Union of these States will te
among the things of the past.
God grant that this crises may never come In ur
day; that with the revolving years onr grealnns
shall grow greater and our institutions become
stronger andmore enduring.
Bur when we are counselled In this House "lint
there Is no danger" I can only regard the Idle woi d
as but the song oftheEyren. I hare never coun-
selled or entertained disunion sentiments. I bare
opposed eVery "outride Issue" whch I thought u -necessary
anfl which might endanger us. I n !1
still do It; but as I love my country and the hoiue
of aj birth I believe It to be our duty to acquit .t
ourselves with the dangers surrounding us that c
may be prepared either to resist their encroachmei t
or to stay their fatal course.
And I trust that in this crisis Texas the futtre
Empire State of the West will assume that bold si.d
firm position worthy or what she has been and Is to
be In the coming time.
Nsw-OuuEiits Jan. 9 1SC0.
Eos. Niws; Yesterday was the anniversary of
one of the greatest events In the history of this coun-
try since tho establishment ot our Government and
It was duly celebrated by a pretty general tarn-oat
of the civil authorities and military. The people
were duly reminded by the loud booming or cannon
the evening before that the ever-glorious eighth was
approaching. Tho commemoration of this day is
not as general a thing now as it once was. The tact
is the Orescent Clly Is fast becoming Vankeelzed.
Her people are becoming too great worshippers of
the almighty dollar. They are beginning to count
the cost or everything they do to see It self will be
gainer by the operation -The consequence Is. patri
otism Is at a heavy discount and political honesty
and morality are no longer quoted. If matters and
things continue as they have been going on for a few
years past the fourth of July will cease to be remem-
bered and commemorated as the anniversary or the
birth-day of a nation. In fact. Independence day
even now is not kept asa general thing at a na-
tional holiday to be remembered and respected by
every lover of freedom every one who basks' In tho
sun-light of civil and religious liberty.
Since my last no very interesting or exciting
event has transpired. It appears as though the great
mass of our population are on their good behavior.
There has been less crime less rowdyism and less
disorder during the last few weeks than at any time
during my residence In this city.
The holidays were celebrated and enjoyed very
extensively. The various placet of amusement balls
and masquerades are well attended. Booth the
younger has been playing an engagement at the St
Charles with pretty fair success though some of the
critics hare given him scissors. The Varieties has
made a decided hit with Dot a 'dramatic representa-
tion of Charles Dickens' famous Christmas story
"The Cricket upon the Hearth." It Is now la Its
third week and has neveryet been. played to an In-
dllfcrenlhouse. The Amphitheatre as usual attracts
all who love fun and eojoy the exhibition of nerve and
muscle. The tall woman Is to be seen there and so
js the dwarf. The big mule the six-legged Texas
ow the'mare with the snake in her eye the orer-
grown female-and fat baby hare not yet made their
appearance on any stage.
The races hare been an attractive feature In the
amusement line daring the past week; but as I did
not attend them and as I do not understand jockey
talk I will not attempt to give you any account of
the races but tend you the official report which Is
put down In "horse talk" and which yon can use as
I have heard it Intimated that a few days will de-
velopea highly Interesting case of crlm. con.-as It
wllliesult ina suit for divorce. This however I
consider entirely upon the respectability of the par-
ties. If they belong to upper ten the whole affair
will be hushed up and the "ball will go on" as It was
only the result of youthful Indiscretion. That Is the
way such thing are done In high lift among those
who lire and dress beyond their means. But should
a poor woman step aside from the path of honor and
vlrtne there Is no palliation no excuse for her
crime no plea of temptation or youthful Indiscretion
put up In her behalf; the Is doomed and becomesa
miserable outcast If not an abandoned bad woman
who will glory In bringing down others to her own
degraded level. Should this case come to light you
will be duly apprised.
Since my last the weather has been pietty equally
divided between disagreeable and fair. Monday
Tuesday and Friday were unpleasant days ; Wednes-
day Thursday Saturday and Sunday were pleasant.
The two latter were rendered somewhat disagree-
able to pedestrians on account of the mud caused by
rain on Friday night.
Business has been only moderate. The closing of
the Mississippi above Cairo and of the Ohio above
Louisville has greatly effected the levee business.
The arrivals by the river notwithstanding these
blockades have numbered ninety-one which Is the
largest number for any one week this season. Still
there Is a falling off In the receipts as you will see by
the following list of the receipts of leading articles :
Cotton C7S2rbales sugar 4847 hogsheads and C3
tierces and barrels; molasses 10975 barrels ; floui"
22l02barrels ; bacon; 1023 hogsheads casks fiercest
boxes and barrels; pork 5477 hogsheads tierces
and barrels In bulk 530000 pounds: lard 1539
tierces and barrels and 30CS kegs; corn 0522
sacks ; oats 2SS1 barrels and tacks ; tobacco 2S0
hogsheads ; bale rope 279 colls ; whiskey 70St
These figures show a falling off In everything ex-
cept bacon pork corn oats and whiskey.
The river at this point Is falling. M.
LATEST" FROM NEW OULEAXS.
AERIVAL OF THE STEAMSHIP GES. HUSK.
Tlio U. S. Jtail Steamship General Ru3k
llenry Denison cqmmander arrived herefrom
JJenrick via Sabine (inlay at 12 o'clock !!.
with'theTJVS. Mail andtlio following patseu-
Messrs It Rikln; Doak Ferris l'lakted Carroll'!
Ltstln mggins: wnaun liishop serv'i uauuerwj
2 brothers lllchardson Hollowoy Manning;) lady ft'
ft alitt.1PATi ftnmmln'ra J ttnnfrin InitCiV. & I it Tin in 11
OAUeB A.U EVVUiil.
3 children Cummings Manning Houselannttig11
CIssnea WIsey GUI PipklnSX souueaamOnt Ji
deck b negroes Ar3 children.
iWISi?? -a. tSC iKlS ft'
BSfcS: f 5ST5
i.jiV.. v ?sw-i
iK-U 1T . V IX Mj
S?' J"?1 ' - .?)-
K-S- " ' . " T: J.V
Waiaer. The Item says a man named Rich-
ard Thomoson was stabbed by Joe Demsey at
Swartwout on the 2ml ulL and died from the
wound on the 7tb.
NACOGDOcnEs. The Chronicle learns
man named S. D. Burke wan recently s
a person named Ym. Blake in Angelina'
ty; cause a domestic quarrel. It als
Hint two men ruimpd Cherrv. in AnroUsS
ty had a quarrel in which one of lSw"fw5 J
lipnrl hrnlrnn with n ninfl knot. pi?a.x sr h
likelv to recover from tho wouniwre? I-" -. "fifs
Red Rives. The Standard
SUtSUl U1U IHUIUCL. M- '. . . .i e
"The snow which fell SundaySTSfe 'V. . X J.
moraloK.thelSthanai9th.wasK.-V'- 'mQl J
In denth cenerallv In holl"
a. foot and fifteen Inches dcen
ly for a week. If one had on7j
01 a uasmug sieigti rica uuua'
bells what a riae couiu nave I
all lovers of smooth movemejj
face that the notice is sufflcld
nrovldethemselres acalnst II
coming." That's what we Intl
of lying by the fire while the
Invites one to make free with 1
as glass for the very purpose or
rasuniroi me' TjojTPgpis qt
tfoai oeiny;v"I- --"
The sleamiliipOrizsba ('apt. Jjeivis arrived
hero io-duy oboutv i p'clock from Itrasbcar
with the U.S. iljilniiil tho followiuj; passen
Lowry St family Lowry & lady Mrs. Cook Mrs
Robertson & family Mrs Pitts & serr't Mrs I'reston
child & tcrv't Dr. 1'ltts & lady Mrs Ilarrith Philips
ft family Camp i lady Curry & fauiUy.tUpe !c child
Mrs Graffinreld cht'd & serv't Miss Wood Bach-
back k lady Mallier i family Cutnralngs llily k son
Scott k lady Curry 42 daughters Wcatbrook & lady
Sedwlck & family I)r Philips & family. Miss Senell
Vincent lady A son Citpt Latt k daughter Coates S.
lady Conner A family Adams k family Anderson
A family Mrs Moore Miss Kogers s bro Allen Hun
ter Ureggs Conier nines rerry ivum nngni
Bailey Dener Wright Philips Burgess Wight Kel-
ly Putniro Kelly Williams Lambert Vanghln
Shropshire Dr Baford F M A T F Curro Kelser
Powell Shedd Johuson Purvis Holt Trlnser Fer
nando Morgan Wagner Hughes FrowSmitbtIlbb
Baltey Vanblbber Bossett Butler Sampson llhlna
Itumpley Blackman McKenzie McNutt Venable
Martin Scott Howard Dunn Itobenson. Ehelbeys-
Derrlng Sneel.'Clcavelaad Oarr Prlncellart Proc-
tor SO on dec and 250 negroes
The present mail is too late to enable us to
givo the despatches in full. Our dates from
Washington are to the 10th inst. on winch diy
tho 80th ballot for Speaker was taken and re-
sulted as follows r Sherman 103 Hamilton 83
Gilmer 22 and S caltering i. Tho 31 and 32d
ballots were taken immediately after but with
the same results as regards Sherman and
Ilamilton the balance of the vote being also
nearly the same. fPf3 understood that the
Republicans are determined to elect Sherman
at all hazards and "thoy will certainly succeed
unless all other parties unite against mm. in
u full Uoose there arS 115 Black Rejmhiicans
90 Democrats and 4-1 Americans auu-'Anti-Lecomptort'Democrats
' We subjoin she following despatches:
nocse raoczKDixos szczssiosr.
In the House to-3ay Mr Gartell of Georgia made
a lengthy speech boldly advocating the peaclble se-
cession of the Southern States and maintaining with
forcible arguments that It was the right of any State
thus to secede. His speech created much sensation.
ILL AT SIM AGAIN'.
WisinxOTos Jan. 19 The result of the balloting
on Monday nas greatly uisappoiaicn au parues in
Congress and they are all at sea again as to any
prospect of an organization. And prognostications
as to the final result are considered futile.
as AwruL cATASTaorna two ok tusek ncxDaan
Bostox Jan. 10. A dispatch from Lawrence City
In this State announces lhat the large cotton factory
known as the Tembcf ton Mills In that city fell to-
day with a terrible crash burying in its ruins nearly
COO operatives mostly girls from 10 to 25 years of
It Is supposed that from 200 to SOO have been killed
and many others dreadfully mangled. A large num-
ber of bodies lave already been taken out of the
ruins and at the date of our dispatch It was impos-
sible to give the number saved
Tho bulldlngwss six stories In height and ot Im-
mense length. The scene alter the rail beggars de-
TWO DAM LATER FU03I ECROPi:.
AUBIVAL OF TUESTEAMSHir ARABIA.
Another JlattU in Morocco Decline intJie Cot-
Naw Voex Jta. b. The Cunard steamship Ara-
bia arrived at this port this evening. She left Liver-
pool on Saturdty the 21th ultimo and brings two
dsys later advices thanwere received by the Bohe-
mian at Portlanl
Liverpool Del. 2 L The sales or cotton during the
week amount tc 45000 bales pr which speculators
took 1S00 and exforters 4500 bales.
ine mantel lias neen uun uunug ine wee mu
advices from Amirlca by the last steamer confirm-
ing the largo estlhaks. or the cotton crop together
with the arrival f numerous cargoes of cotton from
American ports caused a general decline of i to
3-10 on the quotation by the Canada especially as
regards the new crop. Some descriptions of the old
crop have experienced a decline of only 1-16 to S '
The sales on Friday were limited to 0000 bales the
luarketxjjslng quiet at the following authorised quo-
7KIdld.lllngOrIeans ... -CJf
. .. 7i Middling Mobile ... C(
H Middling Uplands..C 11-lii
V-"" trn WANT-Ci
YOUTH I flatulency.
Lnoaof Ai)itflilr. "
Urbanisation ol the
tsetermlnatlon or blood to
To strike a balance thow who are snrrVrlogvmust lake
iNothlng else will rave tlicm. ; ' .
t or tale In New Orleans wboleisle and reUitpyi.- a
'- " J.WKIOllTACt'-f
Hand 151 UhartrErsirttt J
IIALLKY'M SlAOlL'At FAIN KXTKAUTOIt.
Our rj.r for IL. '
Wbeipeopl ptedgu Uiflr 11 vt.i fur a tiling the mm
nd.-al be very certain of Its utility. We sp&tk because
we know. We never will consent to give our approbation
to anything lhat does not deserre the fame as wrlfaathe
name beuce we advocate what we know to'veocnenclal
to mankind such Is VALLEY'S ilAQWAL PAW
EXTRACTOR that we pledge ourselves to lu real vir-
tues. Its all healing and pain suppressing quaUUen ; and
we know that It enres ITlca. Silt Ithentn. fftCaaicd Eyes.
Cuts Wounds Bruises Uuniun r)slpelas. felons
Chilblains Eruptions Scald Heads Corns Ac and a great
number of othrr dbeiues. It never vet follrtl In ninkr a
complete quick and permanent cure.
We recommend It wholly and enUrely. to the world.
It will never dlaappolut any one. Be sure La have It a
hand and you will thank us for the Information.
DALLEY'g 3U0KAL J'AZN EXTIUCTOlfoi
ale In New Orleans wholesale and retail by J. WBIUHT
CO. 31 aud 111 Chartres street. Sole agents for the
Southern Stataa and to whom all orders should be ad
WINER'S CANADIAN VEKMIIUOE.
Ask any physician what Is the chief predbpos rig causa
of the many complaints which decimate ourjuveolle pop-
ulation at this season. The" answer will be Muror7nST'
Happily a remedy innoxious and Infallible has been pro-
vided by Science. A short course and lu some Instances
a ilnile dote of Winer's Canadian t'ermiut. will ef-
fect a radical cure. Belnsf entirely vegetable the Canadian
Vermifuge Is a safe as II is certain.
Be particular and remember the name "Winer Ca
uadlan Vermifuge." This is the only article that can be
depended on Itemember this.
il and 151 Chartres street
i ' ' Sole Proprietors.
COtTOUINO IN CHUKOU
!ToClnfuI It Is sometimes when attending church to
hear t?55 congregation generally disturblnjz one another
by load coughing. Uf eSursn they can'l help" it but a
great remedy for it lies within their reach. They possibly
had the cough days before aud had they the precaution to
DAVI3' SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY AND TAR
hey would not now be so uncomfortable themselves nor
so unpleasant to their neighbors.
DAVIV SYRUP OK WILD C'HEHKY ANU TAR.
Kor sale In New OrIcan wholesale and retail by
31 and 151 Chartres street.
General Agents for thebouth aud to whom all orders
should be addressed.
INTERESTING TO INVALIDS. Dr. Lennox ol
Philadelphia writes thus io Dr. Vandervcer of Ihe city ol
Schiedam Holland -
"1 consider your preparation or MEDICATED
SCHNAPrs or the extract of Juniper to be the most
complete medical agent for the debilitated and worn out
system which In my experience la such matters lhave
ever met with ; I have used It la cases of deranged liver
kidneys and bladder. In grarcl and dropsy and paitlcular-
lyadviate Its use In the latter disease. As a diuretic I
hardly know Its equal and hope it meets with the success
It merits." We need not say ask for Vanderveer's Medi-
cated Gin or Schiedam Schnapps.
For sale In New Orleans wholesale and retail by
J. WRIGHT A CO
31 aud 151 Chartres street
mars wtwir General Agents.
DAVID G. .TILSOX
So'h GS 70 A 72 Cnrondelct Street '
NEW ORLEANS. . u-
Keeps constantly on hand a large assortmesfo'E(r:LA-
tuniA manufactured Waooxs CaaraWftisirixmd
Tixiiii Wiiixxs WnstiDAaaowj.TuccEa7SlcaS
all other articles In ILe line in ex1oafexMrrt?t 'low.
tCFfrurCllHerM Will fit-til iFf.. thctr "tht-rn-f -tsaSutV. .
direct thdx merchant to ilotvv Vartqr-r 2to. 437l(luti
sia DMII.H a Slllur-ltllil - -Jf jw
PIIELPS PAIKE fc CO .
.to. -ID FERDiDO btheet
ST. CHARLES ASS ST. I0C1S HOTELS
rpEK undersigned havmreleamd the St. t uarles
llotet te tha present oecaaioa.LoLbaaa: Lbe puta. i
the generous patronage heretofore- bestowed up. n n ;
and to say thai the two llotetr wUI dttrbnr the sun
ha enlarged refurnished and. put lara eonintlois u
to no hotels in the country audit tee same time to a?
their Wend that no pains or expenaerwUI be span
. ...r .. . . . . . lunuaa ineiuwiui eserycomion aaaiuxury posaL- i
Purchaser Trfll find It to their Interest! to call and exam- be obtained.
I.ntw.. nn.l.j...lu.lM w .. .. "."""""". .7" '""' c w aaii m
luvvhi 0wv nsv'k . iiifcinigj ts-a wutso II -m jws
(w Aal UAtiAXt0.1sI
dICeep constantly fpr aale all klgttj -cf TTionj
Tliir WbljTriieclTJLiiTOTai4(i made &f t
seasonal materials which will be sold at reduced prices.
butJSlMl Locust jIciSTrlth WMt Oak Spokes and Fet
Iocs. Anworkmadobrnawarranted. novt-wly
EL . - J?. 3 V.C K -U JC V. ;
Importer and Dealer (a tie nner descrtptioof uf Watpusj'
wr jjauvMim ucatlcmeu:
aUAKD i-OU AND yEsullAINS
DIAMOND KINGS XND BREAST l'INs
PINOEK RINGS EA'K1 RINGS. i
SPECTACLES to suit-all iCghLs
SILVEKWAKE-Iarge assortment beat quality.
l32 a'ka'ia51"" IQ repairing line Watcaesi-
Haying unusual 1 faculties forvaecntlng every descrljtloa ol
mechanical work coaneaea W.lh Watches ticy wl.1 be re
lredwithcertamtr.anriat modecite prices.
rw- AZ'PjffP'ylJ tV'1H roounttd. Diamonds set.
San """."""''""""aj-eniocan-eDOiei to suit every
prtcea and guaranteed in everr parScuIar
lll- r 1 . -"-.'; tlUUUUtEWHC V.
iSSS. m ".ry !vle or Spectacles at very rednctd
y -.... .ua.itfcggM m every paracqiar loct.11 mly 3
SLAi5 sTArij.t-ER. 4- ca 6 Cln:l itnet and j
i. S'.W om-IIpnsestrcct.New Orleans. Jmpor-52-Li.
raI.n to Forftou aau Domestic Hardware
Tinner's Materials and Tr.Xl iinru.-i .L. .
r-ii1 "yteneats tacludtogGaneu&Cottraan's sndilc-
n?iM'??.r.aIL"iu7ln( Calhoun A Atkinson's
rd'Hali4 Speer-a. and John JabesA Albert King's
Cotton I'loghs. faints oils OtsM Aim stones ItUI
Iron qin uearlig GmMatsr'a Materials Slark rJav J
Staurreracelebrled Axes; Slark Stanffer & Oo't and
Slari'a solid and osal Eye Cotton Hoes 4c.
Agents for Oe nge Page & Co Baltimore Manufactur-
ers of fortable. aw Mills. The Vldlle. Montague & Go's
(Belgium.) KooOtg and .-neathlng Zinc and Zinc Paints.
Also English ih.ithir.g Copper and "Munti" Patent
Sheathing Mat rial octls-wtt
Charles and will eonttner it uxi der the arm of 1 ii
HiLDimiACoandMri- 1U1L tL &C. Ijouiit. nno-nfa-u
Of O. K-ILeVLI sfc Co. - JljS-wtwt
' I31PORTAIVT ISOTICjE.
We have removed to our NEW SPACIOUS and ELE
CornerofCamn andCommon street
The a&ortment of
L'LOTIIIV.A.'.DFCIWrslIL.'sG (iOUD. '
FOR MEN AND DOTS.
ta-ttT) WA asKSft. vtfw Jhthml.fjt avAIKf -!; - -
U'SnfnluJi$!& onlyluuesatlafactory to onr frfcnds and euato
Uurnev Smith M. D- Professor. Acl. 3ecl. Philadelv tatwmbetakecploywtth the ekrgance of the premises
WE tart? lastrect.yfdl'rpmEarope magnificent as-
sortment of the iOtM renovo&d Bxizxtux Pxbblz
reTatcLi3 to suit every variety of Tlaloi. Tile uhria-
Uge of these Improred g'vses hare been folly tested
-anti approred of by ths most Bclentllc mem of Europe
xnd America who proaoaHee Uwa the best Snencxw
now' Jtaown forlhd presttTalicii of decayed YLrfon TTa
bare la our possession testimonial from the follow Lnj
gentlemen on the rturlts of our Bnullka Pebble Specie :
From Dr. Stone. Professor of Sargery; New Orleani ; Vr
J ATI (Hi rmf1ff-iv foHIeiTm Taurlirlaqnis T Sl-.tt
Oculist. Knr Orleans; Uhas. A. Pope Professor of
which ve now occupy. Andaalatlla-past we harcrrr
endeavored to please our customers la every respect o
aroul we la the future continue that course which has v
cured usahostof friends to whom we feel duly tha.'
pnla: HU Oraee Ann liishop Blanc Mew Orleans ; Ills
Lordship liishop of Blanc Toronto C. f E. Oeddlngs.
ii. D Professor Surgery South Carolina College Char 1
leston S. C; C. Wldiner II. I). fellow of the Koya
College of Surgeons England Tononto C. W.; Lieut.
Maurv. AVashlnzton Observatorv.
The above celehrated Olaasescan only beootalned of ml for their Had appredatlonor Our endeavors. m
usatourstore. D. KEES AOHAJT A CO ALFIIED MCSIIOE & CO.
31 Camp and 73 Common sts Sew Orleana. &tobt Brnxorsro comer of Camp and Common t-
r.9 .TVe have no connection whatever with Itinerant S. IX TVeare Agents forthe sals of Finite JfcLro
traders or peddlers and we esutloa the pubje against all Sewing Machines which we guarantee will glvj wr
pmlnzs for Coach Hamea3 Saddle and Shoe Makers.
India Itutber Hoods Ueltlng Packing and Hose.
ilagee&Kneassaretheprmdjial agents for the Boston
oeltroz TommnT rn. the hiTa nf Ir.r11 .ir.iM.u Ti.t.t.. .
packing steam Joints and hollers; llose of every size tonth-
er with a complete assortment of ail descriptions of India
K?'ri'oods which they offer at the lowest market rates.
PLOrjOIIS-t'arey Dudley and i'eacock IloajLa
every d-scriptlon aud size. '" "
pr Look for the lare Horse standing la the onor at I.
S Magazine street.
such Impostors. D.K. iCO
Importers of Watches Jewelry Cutlery Qunt
novl 6m JiitoUaniFancy Goods.
Coaasa Hatcuiz aso TcaocrrrociAS Stsjst
rxrOSTZZ A 3D WBOUSALS DXAUS IX
"wuu uuuiiuMf i idis ouu ixiuiea Apouiecariea
Shop Furniture Surgical and Dental Instruments 1'er-
fumenvJlae Soaps ilne Tooth and Hair Brushes. Pamt
Brushes Spices Suuffs. Tobacco Patent M edlctnea Supe-
rlor Inks ft hits and RedLead. Lltharage and Turpentine.
Artists' Toola and Colors. Water Colors Jmara-wly
STATIUXAEY STEA1I EXCISES
All sizes from 3 to IS leches Dlameterof Cylinder.
POKTABLS yrEAJTI ENGINES
From 1 H to 30 Ilune Power.
item. 13 to W feet Diameter.
From 0 to CO Inches In Dlametur.
OKUALJA! UlX'ALlAIIIttUALIA:: ILeauiJr
supplies of every description of KegaIiaI'arapharnainAe
for Masons I. O. O. Y. and bona of T to which they
would call the attention of those requiring these articles
ovr assortment Is the largest to be found in the United State
or members tavortoK us with their orders may depend on
having them put up properly.
febl9-wlr r?ci.ft3U2az!ae ami 4?fJ.uil street.
TIBKELL i BATES
BOOTS SHOES AND IIATS.
yo. UMaaazlne btrcet
uo30-wl NEW OP.LEAKS.
. S. V7. KAINE
(Late of Taylor & Barnes's.)
Wholesale Boot Shoe and Hit Warehouse
If of 41 II agazlne st opposite the Arcade
T .AllUE STOCK. OFTIUVV KA.IAG AS-UPACK-
j-s ws sruaaa v aujes ana uarpevisags AooiaxtUDber
ana OU Ciothmg. Shlrtt Hats Caps and a large variety
of other goods suitable for plantation n. and travelers.
aterchants planters and travelers eomlng to this dry to
purchaso Goods will please to drop In ana examine our
stock: of Goods and be convinced that they will find our
VeryresDeetfully. F. BAUER 2e Co
Se.it Magazine st between Common Orarler.
GCJS RIFLES PISTOLS. 4C.
KI'irrKBDG-E 6c I'OJL.SOiU.
(uisantsnsmgs s J J
Importers of r
CS A.AD aPOUTLXO APlAll.TI
la ALL ITS BaAXCBIS.
WHOLESALE AND P.ETAIL DEALEItS IS
A3IEUIGAJI RIFLES PISTOLS i. FIKRinilS
or zrsav vAairrr
JJSL Charle Street near St. Charm Hotel
aud I. tl Main at CtucInuaU. Ohio
-i?- f?y i f . " j
UJ 'aJsK !k - .
i. t--'f -
BSi9S&7 r i
.W. 'jBtTMiV' HE"
'd cotton at Liverpool amount to -J53-
. UCIl.W'JWillC VI JUJCllWill 1IIUUUL-
jM.-The funds maintain a steady
count closed at 'jo$ to ji esutvi-
ic. 24. The adriees from Manclies-
be of no unfavorable character.
for eootfc and yarns is less acllre.
I nearly aUtleacr!)llona havcsllghtfy
23.1 the satea of Cotton durlnplhe
i ? Sooo
a ? opened lu the early part of the week
"Tlr.FFEitsON-. The Sabino Pass Times' of tho
4th inst is jubilant over tho prospect of.tbe
passage of the Charter of the " Eastern Texas
Railroad and says:
"That this road will be pushed rapidly through to
Its termination we have no doubt. There are three
go-a head tip-top railroad men at the heln 8. II.
Whltmer Judge John Stamps and 0. II. Alexander."
The citizens of the "Pass" think "thoy
have been deeply wronged by the removal and
sale of the dredge boat built for the purpose
of dredging out the Sabine and the Pass at a
cost to the State of over 810000 by Capt. Brad-
bury and have petitioned tho Legislature for
the restoration of the boat or its Talne in
Dailas. The Herald of the 4th inst. men
tions a public meeting having been held in
Upshurcounty atwlucn resolutions. were pass-
ed warning one E. II. Palmer an abolitionist
to leave tho county forthwith upon penalty of
a ride upon a-rail but he had made good his
i?Lihg tendency but afterwards recovered
&Jic anil closed with an upward temlen
". Tres Ordinaire closed at 112 francs Or-
'lee. 24 The amount of bullion In the
' ' and has Increased 2000 during the
1 f f
r'ji. Mm Money ilarket is generally un-
r;pk- .- erc is an active uemanu at moueraic
2titThe Liverpool Breadstuff's
- I'I . .I.ui.1 l.n. n I...
line wwtu u.uxu.ia.
week 8 quotations com closed dull prices are
easier but quotations are unchanged.
The Provision raarktt generally closed dull. Pork
closed dull and unchanged. Lard closed dull but
quotations are unchanged. Sugar closed firm at tho
quotations by the Canada. Coffee closed steady
prloes being well maintained nice closed dull but
firm at previous quotations.
Kosln closed firm and prices have advanced 1 to
Ss. for commou quatles.
Turpentine closed dull at Sis.
American securities at London are slow of sale but
the previous quotations have generally been well
OSSKSAL AXIT.rOLITICAL IXTELUCK.NCE.
Naw Tore Jan. sj The general and political in-
telligence by the Arabia possesses some features of
It Is now stated that the 19th of January has been
fixed upon for the meeting of the European Congress
The statement that the Pope had claimed the presi-
dency of the Congress to be accorded to his pleni-
potentiary as a condition of his being represented
there has been positively denied.
Lord John Russell in reply to the petition- of a
large number of bankers and Slextcan bond holders
requesting that tho Government would recognize the
Juarez Government of Mexico Informs them that the
English Government la endeavoring to coma ta an
I understanding with other powers respecting the
course it maau pursue-iowarus -;exico in imure.
WAsmxaTox.The Enauirfir savs'the con-
tract for building the railroad bridge acrossl In ll!Vep?:J?e ?? nto.the question at length
t . j .X..'-t and points out the dllllcultles likely to arise by the
the BrazSs river and the completiofof the
Washington County Railroad to Brenharrjhad
been awarded to Col. "W. M. Sledge the work
ta be completed within the present year.
Brenbam properly is certainly "looking up"
as the Enquirer records the aalo of town lots
one of which thirty by sixty feet fronting on
the Public Square sold for $010.
Tna ELAccnrstt Case. lh Supreme Court has re-
versed the Judgment In the case of Slaughter who
was Indicted for murder before the District Court of
Atsscoso county and acalnst whom a Jurv returned
a verdict of guilty and assessed the punishment at
one year s imprisonment in me penitentiary.
As many of our readers may wish to know the
grounds uponwhlch the Supreme Court proceeded
we appena tuecouuenseu report oi tne aecision given
hv the Southern Intelligencer. S. A. Ledger and
Onmox nr Ronaars J. Slaughter was Indicted
for murder. Three questions :
1. In reference to evidence of threats made a day
or two befpre the killing ta the effect that he (Sl'Oul-
longh the deceased) would shoot him. Most fairly
before the court.
2. The bailiff of the jury was In the Jury room
though he said nothing.
3. The verdict of the Jury was Informal Ac. The
Indictment was for murder and the verdict as ful-Iok-s:
"Xe the jury ; find the prisoner guilty and tsttti
the punlshmect at ono years Imprisonment In the
The code declares that the officer shall be In atten-
dance but not In tho room. The Infraction of the
rule In this case is not shown to have worked preju-
dice. The motion In arrest of judgement presents the suf-
ficiency of tho verdict. The form la given in Article
G2G. Articles C2 G23 nnd 520 were also cited. Art.
C2G means a general verdict as contradistinguished
from a special verdict. Art. G2Q must be taken (u
connection. The motions (or a netjr trial and In ar:
rest of judgment reach th.c pqlnt.
In an Indictment fpr murd.er a general verdict
would be for murder. The terra verdict was defined
to be the declaring the truth of the Issue.
The assessing of punishment does not Imply the
degree of homicide which they found. The GaOth arti-
cle of the coda of criminal procedure must be fol-
ine court cannot looie to theproor to ascertain
what the Jury Intended. Tho object of the statement
oi tacts is ror tne court to determine whether the rui
loirs and tho verdict were warranted by tho facts.
The bill of exceptions shows that the proof of
inreats was exemaeu nut tins was sot assigned ror
error. Merely referred to G12th article of the code.
Kansas and New Mexico Markets r. a
Texas Stock Stolev nr the Indians. .V
gentleman named C. Q. Watrous writes tho
" Ledger and Texan" from Fort Union X. 31
that not only does Kansas furnish a market fu r
the stock stolon froln Texas' by the Commnn-
ches but hat Sew Mexico furnishes equal v
as good a one. 'Ilesats:
"A large portion of the ttock stolen from Texns
Is purchased by traders from New Mexico who ptn-
etrate nearly to the frontier settlements of Texas Io
supply these Indians with everything they need. In c v
change far stock brought from those forays again. t
your borders and In rnany cases the sweat Is n t
dry on anlrnals llins procured before they clianj'O
owners In this ' laudable manner."
This trade Is carried on openly and extensively.
Instead of Its being frowned down and the traders
punished it is fostered and encouraged.
Not only stock taken from Texas but that takm
from our citizens Is disposed of In the same mar-
ket. It Is a resonable conclusion lhat bo lour as IK.
find a ready market for the spoils obtained in tl I .i
manner and can procure the necessary supplies to
carry on offensive operations In exchange there it
small hope of a change for the better.
The ellVnj ncre gener-alty would rejoice wer.
this trade' brought to a close but those who coubl
cuccb uui saca me win in ao so ana it wiu continu
until Texat makes henelf heard In this matter.
Comanche; come Into our settlements and boast
of the outrages committed In Texas but the author
ltles take so notice or It. If they murder nnd rob
ns a dear ear is turned to our complaints tccan?
as Viey sdy our Government fllsUjjes dlnTciUtlej will!
Jndlsnj." " '
Our only hopo of relief rests on Texas. One 1 1
two more licks struck on this frontier and on the A -kantat
like the last struck byMaj. Van Dorn ne.ir
IVaulnut creek would humble these red scoundrels
In the dust.
Had this blow been followed up at once thiy
would have been glad to obtain peace on any term
hut as It was not they are now regaining confidence
and threatnlng retaliation. The effect .of this bio J
Is suggestive of tho coarse to be pursued In fuUny:
Their famlilca must be struck "as they strike outs
before they can Bo cdnqucreU Their fatnallcs ar
in this qnater and until they are attacied here thcif j
Is no hope of peace cither for Texas or New Mexico
Against rambling war parties tthat can be done I
We are pleased to lnTorm the delegates to the State
Democratic Convention at Oalveston that the Hous-
ton and Texas Central road will give them a free pas-
sage down and back so far as they hive occasion to
take Its route on their trip Ihls is truly liberal In
Ihe company and will doubtless be the means or In-
ducing many to come that way who would otherwise
t ravel by other routes. The Central road has always;
shown an exceedingly liberal and' acco;nmodalln
disposition to passengers. It lias 9e of thebest con-
ductors we eyer saw fa rdan whp knows his duty sud
uoes it correctly ani) at the samp time courteously.
The trains rtm In schedule time waiters attend up-
on the wants of passengers and everything Is done
lu the right style. Telegraph.
Wondor if tho Steamboat lino will bo equally
liberal. Tint pcrliajii the cars may in that timo
be mnniDg regularly botwecn Oalveston and
We learn from a gentleman just In from Castro
title that Intelligence had reached that town lhat a
party ot U. 8. soldiers had a fight with the Indians
about M miles above Camp Verde. II Is stated that
Ihe latter passed within Ave miles of Camp Verde
and their trail having been discovered they were
pursued and overtaken and one Indian killed. It Is
said that there was 8 Indians In the party flur In-
formant could live no tqlhjir parlicqlarj. we pre-
sume the fight "took; place near th.e Lano. S. A
Ledger i$Tean. ' "
Latest ProRTKD Moymest or OoBTraAi-Wo
have heard various rumors of Oorllnas barlngcounT
termarclied In the direction of Brownsville Immedi-
ately after his recent defeat availing sMoyelf of the
territory or Mexico to pedicel )hj spattered forces
and approach hlj old. haunt ny marching down tho
WCct hank of the Rio Grande probably hoping to
t ike Brownsville by surprise.
It Is said that he "showed" near Reynosa with
300 men and had crossed over lo this side of the river
local's Bancho at the "Baston." We glvo the rumor
for what It Is worth. Ilanchero "th.
United States recosnlzinroneOorerument while EnR
land and France recognize another.
Advices from Berlin give currency to a report that
a serious outbreak hajLpccurred In Hungary. The
report however lacks confirmation.
Advices from Madrid state that another battle had
been fought between ice Spanish army and the Moor-
ish troops In Morocco In irhlehjbe latter suffered
lieary losses. The loss of the Spanish army Is not
Niw-Yobk Jan. 10. -The sales of cotton to-day
amounted to 1000 bales ; the market closed quiet.
The holders refuse any concessions. Flour closed
dull at previous quotations. Wheat closed with a
declining tendency and quotations were barely
maintained. Yellow Corn Is quoted at 84 cents ; the
market closed firm. llama closed verv dull. North
Carolina Rice closed steady at previous quotations.
Oats are quoted at 15 .to K'A cents per bushel
A.asiern aiess A'orK is quoteu at 310 perDarret
Lard In barrels Is quoted a 10'i to 10Ji cents per
WAgnitaTOx Jan. .7. In the House or Repre-
sentatives yesterday the discussion In relation to
the slavery question occupied the greater part of the
day. The House then proceeded to the 27th ballot
with the following result Necessary to a choice 112;
Sherman received 103 McOlernand 87 Uocock 82
Quarles IS Davis 9 Gilmer 4 Houston 3. The scat-
tering vote amounted to JO which was distributed
among several candidates.
The Senate was not In session yesterday or to-day.
In the House to-day after the usual rambling dis-
cussion which extended over a wide field and at
some points was quite spirited the twenty-nlnlh bal-
lot was taken. The whole number of votes amoun-
ted to 211. Necessary to a choice 100 ; Sherman had
103; Hamilton of Texas (Administration Demo-
crat) S! Gilmer II scattering 5.
IMJOBTAST raosr WASniXCT05).
WABuisarps Jan. S' The very large veto recely
cd by Hamilton of Texas for Speaker on the twenty
ninth ballot the disposition evinced oy the Ameri-
cans and Democrats of all shades to concentrate on
him or some tqually acceptable candidate caused
great excitement among the Republican ranks and
they are to-day actively canvassing to secure a Re-
publican Speaker. t
There Is also much a&sjeiy felt among Ihe Demo-
crats and Americans Jsrronscquence of the move-
ment of the Republicans and In view of the prospect
ot an early election of Speaker.
The lienuDllcans have rellnnulshetl all linnn nr
being able tf Institute the plurality rule or to elect
Sherman and hence are 'actively canvassing for a '
less obnoxious candidate.
There Is now every prospect of a union of tho
conservative element in the House and tho election
of a Speaker to-morrow or next day.
Senator Toombs haa announced his Intention of
withdrawing his carerully repaired bankrupt bill be-
ing unwilling to present It at present. In consequence
of the threatnlng aspect of the political nnd social
affairs of Ihe country.
Nty Yons: Jan. J. Ihe Netr York Tribune or
Uils morning publishes an. authenticated rumor ta
theefloctthala defachmentof amysterlous orgaol-
Sstton under the name or the Knights or the Gol-
en Circle recently left this port for some port on
the Mexican coast. Their designs are unknown and
their movements are represented to be very mysterious.
Xiea Sc Leavitfa
PATBNT CIKCOIiAIl SAW iTIILLN.
W ith both iron and wooden frameS with Noreross Kocker
Boiesaud Steam's Patent Eccentric Head Iiloju.
I'A'.'ITS A.MHWCK AM) CHILD'S
DOUHI.K IKCULAK SAW MILI
WITH CIRCULAR. 8AW.1.
S 'X1 liVTJ B ' S
IHO.V I'ltAMi: COIIA AADFLOUIlMIUr
From 13 to SO Inches Diameter.
.NLWI'XL'ri fOTTOX bl'HKUti
Uf it "X and 11 Inchesln diameter by IS reel long and
geared for either horsu or steam power.
nlinftlux Coupling I'lilllra HLurid IlaiurnnitiJ
DOTXnijlB TTX.TXK BOtrKTcS3.
43 Indus in diameter and from 16 to 3d reel lou.
Up to 72 Incht-t In diameter.
noirroii KMiiM-x op nioiic'r.iw.
INDIA KUUUEr.llANDH Or ALL MI.KS.
A.N aiortmentoratUIzftor the above articles In st.i
ready for delivery at the shortest notice and for tali or
the most rcaflonuMe terms and at Die luwenl prices.
Every article fully guaranteed.
Full printed Catalo;ura cf prices will be sent to any
person when reiruesti-d.
UlUi.ean.1 store corner ofUravU-r and St. f1tarlr4trr.t.l
JYarsbP33"ie&n.or Fr!Ul.tr!&.t JlfffSTrSSl1 Xrw"Jr
leans. SAMUEL If. U1LMAN
on23-twwtr New Orl..nn
GKO. iV. GUEG0U X CO.
VATCIIt JEWELRY V1l ssll.ViIllWAHts
Gtrvs Pistou Fasct Goods or ali. PEscairrrons
At Wholesale and Retail.
The largest assortment lu this cty at reduced prices.
itectirames ilM; Silccr.ii Io sT; Fine Onld.niloW.
Come and sec our Nsw Patxxt SrccxACLEs! The
greatest Invention cf the age. For neatness ilurahlllty
and comfort they are unapproachable.
Watches and Jewelry repilred and warranted.
We are also agents lor Maytard's new patent rise
weighing only six pounds aud which we will guarantee to
kill a deer at SOO yards andftrelStlmesper minute. Call
and see and try it.
ALSO A general assortment of fine RISes Shot-
Guns and Pistols. Corner Camp and Canal sts.. New
Orleans. novl wtw If
COMPRibLNQ a varied and complete ansortmcul ol
AGRICULTURAL and HORTICULTURAL. IMI'LE-
MEATa. MACHINERY. 4o attted DartlcuUrlT t
Southern culture aud pnrposea all of which are manufac-
tured expressly to order of proprietor and made of ths
best materials aud In the most approved and workman
FRENCH BURR ato COLOGNE MILL STONKS
GIN GEARINO SMUT MACHINES.
CORN axd FLOURINq AlLLS
REAPING AoMOWINU MACHINE3?
HORSE POWERS. CHAINS
BOLTINO CLOTns.MlLL IKUr.
FANNING MILLS. TTIRESIItlto.
UOES AXES. SPADES. a
Iron Axels arain Cradles Grain aod Grass Scythe Ac.
Falrlunk'sPaUntPbtfurm Scales. GEO.W.SIZER..
E. A. TYLES
CANAL hTKEET NIW ORLEANS.
DLV.110.MJ IlfiSET AJID atXES 310C.VTED.
Watches Cloolcs IVXTxsioSoxetj
JEWELItY AJfD SILTEBWAIXE
EirAlaxa st Exranxcx asm cazott. TVoxzatzx.
Uverware of every fiescrlptloa mads to order. Jewelry
aovS and Ha Work manufactured. wtrr
satisfaction than any other Machine In the market or
money refunded." ALFRED AICtflOEtfc CO.
Story Buikung; comer Camp and Common st
nnil wtwSm New Orleana.
SOFaTa-WESTERX book stoee
EC X). McGrlNaVIS.
WOULD respectfnny can the attraUsn ofXOC ' .1
MERCTIANF3 to hU large stock of
SCHOOL BOORS .VD STATIO:Eni .
for tha cocsrar iiAnr wMth he ofiers on th. mc
Be has alsoa large and valuabla coMseiSon r
Theological JledJcal aDiCjUsteBantons Boots
at Wholesale and RetaU.
Connected with his Boost and Statohzet Idtaish
meat he has Just opened a large and fresh stotkof
Excjtsl siT soa rnz Itlaxd Taaoi such a
CTJTLEEl.aad all Mad of Notions
Allof whkh he wm sen at prices nrach Iowerthja here-
fore sold at la the New Orleans market.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS TfsIUng the dry to par
Chase goods wfa And It to their Interest to call and examine
the stock before making their purchases.
novl-wtw tf it Camp street New Orleans.
BISC0E & SIMMS
Would respectfully can the attention of country mer-
chantsto their large and well selected stock of
FAMJT AXD FTAPLE GOODS.
Noa.17 and 19 New Levee and laandl7Fa!toa street.
SOS. R. MAaCS
JOS. IL &1.1V. MARKS
Wholesale Grocer and ComaUslua JlerthauU
Nos. .t 15 & 47 Naw Lrvrr
And 33 .15 A 37 Futtos Stesit
Between Foydns and Gr37ler Streets
marS-wly ' ' ' Jfxw OaLVAJS.
J. n. acarov Orleans.
DE J.O. VAS3IX I llousuarex
BTJAtTOnT Sc VIiK
Tobnrro anil ('enerjl CoaiinKina jlerrhants
95 Gkavisje hrccxT New Oar.rAMS.
J. 11 Alt r A 0 OROCEKS AND U1MMIS
SIUN AlEliUIlANT!:. Nos.7TaJMl7a.Tcli:Dit
las street. New Orleans dealer in Liquor of till kud
7JKVOLBV(iVHPEATEIl No. ST Royal itrcet
Xl New OrleansDealcrslnlimfturefMiAtrJfai-
traeies Lookino-Olasses Chairs Tables and every de-
scription or Household Furniture or the best manufac-
ture. Setsol rumiture complete la Rosewood. Mahogany and
Walnut ; also 1'arlor and Chamber sets or every variety.
Cottage Chamber sets painted and enamelled. Chairs
Waahstands and Tables boxed e pressly for shipping and
a'l roods packed with the ereatest care. jfyi:-wly
W. A WILSOJf
8S Canal Street..- S3
FINE WATCHES JEWELRY
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
PEBBLE AND OTHER SPECTACLES
GUNS CUTLERY. Ac 4c.
it i. WAttacr .T. w. cxAwroan j. o. oilxaiose.
W1UKE.Y GILLIIOUE A C'U.
COTTON FAC1083 AND
iVo. 15 Caroadelctst. YeirOrlc.ias.
TU0MPSO.V 4 BABM-3
AND EVERY variety of SlapU and Fancy Groceries
iBoacco Cfjarj. Wines Lljuors. c NOS.51.M
antl M Common sueet N ew Orleans.
T3f Orders from Texas respectfully solicited and prompt
ly attended to.
Goods at therlowest market price and guaranteed In er
ery particular. . oct!3-wly
l-aper or an sinus oils apices. a.cicu jps.fca.ta. Soap
Starch Hams. LanL Bacoi Butter tlireae Ilcef 1'orr
andall kimlaorMaoIeand Fancy Grocer!. ap-wly
WHOLES u; JEWELRT AX
JAfllES W. SEYMOUR
NO. SC CAMP STREET NEW ORLEANS LA.
Importer and Dealer In
FIMI U ATCIIES A-iD JEW ELKRYOPEs ERY
Having arrangements with nearly an the leading manu-
facturers. In this country and Europe to be supplied with
every article suited to the wants of .ountry merchants and
dealers I can ofTer to thetrade all the advantages both la
assortment and prices that they can find lu the largest
esUbUshrncnts In ths Noith ; and as my stcck is now well
assorted I Invite a call from Texas buyers visiting New
To those who may entrust me with their orders I vcIl
give my personal attention la aelectlng such roods as will
meet thelrapproval. JAS. W. SEYMOUR.
novSwtwCm New Or'eaas.
A.iia'is'a: iiir- mAiR
SZW PRINCIPLE I NO POISON II
Dottors Lerov i. Peltier's Compound Jllnnre
"fyop. all AFrEcnoNs or the ttkinae
J? OANS aniXtAese affections only.
To ihi Ptrauo-Flfteea years trial of this "Mixture
aAewOrleannhs rulrr tested tts powexsanil remoy d
those prejuces which physytuit and thepuhucreneKu.y
.suS15!ivll4T?5LI "uedldne. by lu Invarlalhe suc
cess In all Urethral Diseases such aa Gonorrluza Chronic
- r I"
K 1. 'I i' '
....CliartrPs Street. 27
COIINEU Of CAMl' AJJD COitWON' STUEET3
ktkiscx ??o. SO Cokmos Srazxr.
tUblUheJ In IS5C
Open Day and Krenic the Entire Tear
A FULL tamse of InitrncUos In this Initltutlon em-
brace. Doubla Kntry Bock Keeping Conunrd&-
Calculatlon CcnuncrdAl Lav and renmaailalp
Gratlemen cn enter wpcxattly tat the rjli coune cr
anflranclilhcyrQaydcsJrf and Many time u there la
DO uiO?s spKin no CDpyinz irom doosu ana nt memor-
Uraa.ly.Uia Whliltey.Uuni: -Vint. CorLiiaU.Teaj.Cff-
fPiipfbmouucD t .. va-wi vbAstU tL rfetr or drcnmsuattt Qnu c&a
jwuiwvLHritsy.iww -"f.; ai :u.u Dft-aihiT cecnr lo Uie Cocnt a w noose.
tau. . T" - .. .
linr- of ArbltrajT rales. Each MnUsirian has. at-k to
oiEweu svoa procceui m inc practical c.au.arzg qi ma c-
sottxnt duties by ownlnz. comlTxctlDicDike2omtngot
The CoIIealate Coarae
lU h most exteaalTe complete and thorough erer lntro-
aotljitoan7CmmercUICoC2eaad will embrace the
rro-t AfprOTCu scdpnctical forms of Keeplnrj Books by
tfvaote JiHtTT. ut ueTaiwiu ticpannicata o. rausiuiu
Commerce Inthidls McicsiUie 31ssiifjtctiiTlor xad
ponnd GomrsAjr wlta onus ftlapled to the wholesale.
UetsJI Baaklrjjr. Mechanical Grocery and Commission
business etrets together -with Acconnts Cnrrent Ac-
cooat 5 ales and a Complete byxtem of Commercial Cor
ror Catalogue containing Tall Informattlca and Balaaee-
Steet Circular the most magnificent work of the kind erer
executed lo the United States address
GEO. SOULE. Ji'eir Orleass.
JT. B-Straa jtera are refpectfally informed aad rMuert-
edto bear In mind when they vialt Commercial Schools
waere they are forced agaiast their will to register their
nameat at they are not in any war morally or legally
bound to pay their mocey or receiTe iztitrncuon therein.
This mode of procedure having bees resorted to by our
competitor ror uu purpose ot impouTiz upon ana occoy
ixg tae unsuspecuuz strmngcr maies
Those afilfted are strrrcTltr nnmirtvsWtvi tt tv-n. t - -
OS E TRIAL will confine them ef its efficacy as we aa
1U superiority orer every preparation now used for sim.ju-
pnrposea. Itb rarely TeetaWe and not nauseous -talnin
noIJalsani Copaiba bat certain proportion of io
active fezrefnents only of that article thu retalnii) ali the
beneadJu ends wttaont the nauea osaaUv atteouia te
arfmlT.ifttrU.Vffl of Copaiba. In recent cases the Mnrt ax
and lJ?xorioywmefft permanent care mtxomita
We strongly reammend thla llfcrlure in those o u swJ
obstinate cases of Gleet in males. MniWMUs in ftmaic
.klnh fc. . . ....... !.... ... .k 1... k . . . . . . . '
r-uw .... no iirna au ".'" UULU lU DUUT Ul ".IT!..
InaUorClnarycaaesonebottlewlllEleacure. yet ne-
aorlttlon of tenulae artiiii below. PKICU PEIt iOT
It would he wen In cases of Chronic Oonorrhcea ani lect
to nseta connection with the Mixture our 'Caapnoratc.
BeBadosna Injection." Price perl'tJal m cents.
Thonuon la compucated cases where the Jlaiii. u.
liavefaIIe4Leand(aibywi1tl&c;afuIliMsJoi Lei .as
CAUTicar-KecollecttliesenTimetallquie aaa "Ar he
Boy's Mixture" stamped In the bottle a French -itl a
the necz. with the signature of -LeKoy. il. D I'm a
ltastampovertheiuouthwiUkiKoyaifeltler'd u t a
and signature and every Enanan Label haa the rac - l c
Htnature of L. o. TUOMsus A CO..
Sole Proprietors So 1:3 tjsnmaoset street.
. Sew Orleana. i -a.
tr The icenuine article can oe had atH.1'. L. A j
OilTS UrugiatMarliettrcetsole Aeat ibrijai js
For full detaandcurecUnsproaaeL.C.T.'a T j
Use" to be haaJre of cJiare. bom the -Axesls.
to write these lines of admonition.
necessary for tne
FPsClT rUCESt FRUIT IBEESU
The undcrslgced legslo Inform his rrlenib and the pub
He that he Is no w ready to receive orders for Fret and Cr
namcital TREES of every description. 4IU stoci of
FItUIT TIJEE3 Is largo aud Sue all of bottSern rowth
true to name; and warranted free from Cocq. His
PLANT DEFOT at the corner of Camp street anil Lafay
ettc Square Sew Orleans. wLI he opened on the ir.t of
Sovember. Trees delivered after the first of Sovember.
Catalogues scut to all applicants kcloslcj-a postasejitarcp.
octlS-wtwtat JOI1S M. SELSOS.
LOUISIANA CAIIIILVGK nEI'OSITOKY. W.
W. UKASE Jt CO So. it Carondolet street Sew
Orleans keeps constantly on hand and Is continually re-
celvlBa; from the manufactories a targe aad complete as-
sortment. comprLdns; Coaches llockaways. Larouches
Double lSuzrlKssIMe-fieat do. Bnndes with and without
tops. Concord and Jersey Wajrous dulxles with and with
out tops and almost every fclnil In general use suitable for
meciymo country iraae. ror sale low on accftntmo-
f lonutrv ordent tromptrv atltiite. lu. feb!9wlm
WOOLSEY &. ETHJEIILDGE
COTTOX AKD TO Ji A COO FAOTOF.S
General Commission and Forward's Hertuants
So. 87 t'AMr Bteiit. Saw Oats iss.
(Successor to W. H.StAOX A Co J
Ko. HH Cnrop btrrctXesv Orleans
STATIONER PRINTER .
ItLi.VNK IIOOIC MANtJFACTUIlKU.
Uansjho MsraoairrrLx lsrsoaasiox llzcoaD and CouaT
Books or any site and pattern made to orderrand of the
Law Musio and Misoxluihxoub Books bound In any
siyie auu lu. iao lowesi pneea.
ne a oractlcal Book Hinder. I wlllelve mv nersonal
attention lo that department. Country orders MiUrlteiL
djuaIjBjr in s'tricxjs
AO. tXI CIUVIUIl STllCKT
T. gil'OTELL & CO.
Importers and Jobbers of
MLKH AM KiCV HKV iOO(L? lUDHIX
ALBEUT$0i & MCDGE.
S Union SIrett NEW ORLEVS3.
AGISTS 7CE THE SAUC Or
STATIOSAUY AND PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
SAW AAD GKIaT MILLS.
Shafting and-every description of Maciiusbt re
quired for MIU3 and Plantation purposes.
The machinery we have for silc is from establishments
which have been engaged In manufacturing for the South
during the last twenty-are years and Is exactly suited to
the purposcsfor whlji It Is required and Is fu-nlshed with
every thing necessary to put it In complete worilng onler
thereby saving the purchaser much trouble and expense.
ALSO AGE3T3 70S:
W. O. CL1DIOAS DstOiVX ds CO'S
PKEMIUU.SISOLE AND DOUBLE OrLINDER
The best evidence of the superiority aad popularity of
these Ulna la tne fact that they have been suaceasfiilly
used lor the past fifteen years durlnr Uch time up wards
of 010 of the single Gtu have been sold every year.
The Double Chnderlsareceulmrcntlon of J. K. Brovn
or Columbus Ueorsla a Eestleman of large experience lu
the Cotton din manufacture and duTtrs from the s-nsle
Cilindcr laLaviugtwo la the place of one saw-cyuader
placed vertically oue above the other both running through
the same breast and In the same roll one brush taxing
the lint from botb. These gins are so d delivered la Gal-
reston at S per-eaw. Wc refer to the iollowlag ttl-
munla amoag maoy others.
MXdKS. W. G. CLZS10X3 Baows & Co
Gentlemen .-I take pleasure lu stating that the 70 Saw
DoubleCyllnder Glu I purchased of jou last year pcr-
furmed tty finely aud 1 decidtdly pro'er them to the out
style. It D-caa laatcr and ma&ca an excellent sample.
flte bin performs admirably aud I am sallsued runs
Ilflhterthanlheslnslccyllnder. JOIIS iONTAlNE.
Columbus. Ca Sth May 1&9.
MxH&as. Clzstons Ubowx & Co..
Gentlemen -In answer to rour caulrr bow 1 Uki. the
Double CyundiT Lotua Gin purchased ofTuU last falL
1 have to Bay tliat it pleased mo better thaa any 13 In I have
ever seen and 1 consider it a great Improvement on the
bluzle Cylinder O Ji.
My Gin as you arc aware has GO saws and I believe
runs with as much case to ray team (four mules) as tho
AOsawGIn I acta--ldc wncn I bought thlaone. Itpliks
much faster than the bid style and rnae ar Superior sam-
ple. 'ILla combined with the ease with which Itisfed.
mattes It every way superior to the Ola now commonly
used and I taao pleasure In bearing testimony to Its merits.
I wouldpreferpa)lng jourprico for tho Double C)llndr
Importer of and Dealer Is
FHEAC'Il CALF SRIAS PATEAT LE.4.TIIEII
SOLE LEATHER AiTD FISDIXQS
Wre-rsALx ajrs RrrAtr.
So. 11G Toulonso Street
EVGLE lAja.CIIXjrE: "WOKEs
MASCTACTtrxxa or Poziasxx asx SzArsuax
STE.UI EAGIMJ? OFEEIlY DESCIUrTIOV
SUOAK MILLS SATT MILLSaRIST MILLs '
PUM PS of all sizes and descriptions;
SHAFT1SCS. COUPLINGS rULLEI-1. HASG
and BOXES. oT all sizes ;
SinSOLE LATH andFLASISu MA. HU E.-
TOBACCO SCREWS and FIXTURE of de-
scription. Agent tor Bergen A. XHtjWt MAS. II yt-OKll
VlIiaiSIA PKSITESTIACT MADS AXES-fc.
one of which Is fully guaranteed ;
H. II. Smith's Celebrated STRAW CI IT.EE
My machinery haa receive! the MghesS tetii
given la the United States. Eiperksee aediaoi.n
be sent to erect machreery ZseCwheadeDi-ed; nd
event of the purchaser dtscoveria that the amu- 3 r i
what It was represented. It can be rettrmed at n x
Orders or cornrnuzdcatlons addressed to tteuzklir ni
through the Post-ofllce. wIlImectwItljsCTeaptaUen
An lUusaated Catalogue; eontalntag Lht of Friun a
tUcateaAewin be seat by mail postaga paid t ..
desiring one. PHILIP KAUM
Proprietor Eag!e MaeMae W rr
Oflciln Sew Orleans. (1 St. Cruaxrs Svsnu?
BUX.VELL 4 BA11AEEF
Factors Comoissloa k Forwarding Herehints
So. 10 GxAvrxa stszxt. Szw Qit.xs-js.
ES GRA 7ES LITSOGSA PHEB
17 St. Charles Street Aew Orleans.
YISITISa and Wedding Cards elegantly engraved:
Wedding Envelopes and paper embossed with 11
rSmetals without charge. for dlej Business Cards. BUI
Heads Drafts Bills of Exchange Cnecxs de- engraved
ana utnograpuear Aioor xtaies. silverware ana every
branch of JEnrravlng executed with the greatest neatness
andcare. garOrdersavo ' rtended to with dispatch.
XltEO. F. SEARING &4W.
(Successors to SEASISa ASCCTTJ
So. tt Magazine comer Grarltr streets
t Nextr orleana.
JOHN" D. SCOTT & CO.
So. 17 Chambers street opposite ths Pari.
DK. BEAED'S EYE HFIKXillY
So. S5.LAFATETTX STREET (tAl Hxru)
BITWXXSl JUI1HI ASTD CABOKSILXT Itl
GflinSISSTlTUTIOS Is open forth receptlos of pec
L sons afiected with diseases cf ths Eye.
Ihe building Is new tha rooms are farga and airy.
Every attention will be paid to the comfort of patients.
Wards devoted to tho treatment of Slaves with Eye
A competent Physician resides In the house.
Warns from S3 to (3 per day. Saaioxa tlptrcay.
OPERATIONS CHARQED BXTKA.
Dr. Samuel A. Cartwrlght. I IT. Kendall Carter A Co.
Dr. E. D Kenner. I yrellsen. Stevenson Co.
Dr. Samuel Choppln. R. C. CummlngsCo.
Byrne Vance i Cs.
The undersigned patenee aad propriety
of the cxscXATOar coxsr A5r VLonatso sfuxsi
respectfully ansousces to Lis patrons and the
public generally that his manufactory la the tows
of Sesner La. Is now la successful operation.
These Mills embrace six different sixes ranging 'rout
14 to SS Inches Is diameter (and to suit all purchas
ers ytwo kinds of stona are now la use Is; thebest
Trench Burr and ths German or Cologne stone at
prices ranging from one hundred to live hundred and
forty dollars a piece.
The oSce for tha sale of these mills la at S53L
Charles street basement of Masonic Hall and oppo-
site Commercial Alley where orders win meet with
Orders left at the manufactory will also be attend-
ed to as Mills can be shipped front there direct and
free of drayage by steamboat or on the Sew Orleans
Jackson and Great Northern. Railroad.
Printed circulars giving every Information neces-
sary for putting up and operating these celebrated
Mills can be obtained by addressing the undersigned.
at No. S3 St. Charles street.
Terms Cash; and all Mills are guaranteed to per-
form. In every particular all that Is promlssed for
them la my printed elrcnlar.
JU1 Infringements In the construction of Mills or
on the Improved Mill Stone Dress or ths selling of
other roaxe of MRU on the repatation ef mine Will
certainly ba prosecuted ta tha fullest extent at the
Law made and provided In such cases for the protec-
tion of PArxsraxs. W. P. COLEMAN.
JOHX KICHARDSOS'. Esq.. Sole Agent.
G-. STTHZrSCMT .te C-
'-A-TlmirilnES I to iue lie other kind as a gift. Vcryrepectmiy
m?ertal CR " "to"1"1 i BARNARD II. KUUllES.
iw Goods :and Millinery abdw s Union street. Sew Orleans. novlwtf.
The State I.EaishATnKK. Wo cony the fol-
lowing from tho Austin correspondence of Hio
Telegraph of tho 7lh inst:
The Senate has now under debate a Dill to repeal
the laws on the subject ofnjary and It will doubt-
less pass that body.
Tho IIouso meets each night on private and local
Bills and the day sessions are consumed In general
The llousels asfaln dlacusslnir the amendment nt
"B wonMhavI'IOTVrnd ".TV0'? grtr' 2?buSriX.pBJch
which you have been hercloforo advised of. This rel m Ansni ..'n rM .n. m... ...;!.. :''.T... .
Jeetlon of the Land 1U1 I7as rccansldereil and U now Parties leaving orders may rely upon their execution with
DRhS 4.UODS AMI MAftTILliVK
no. oanai nireci x.ew urieaju.
rpo I'LAYTEUS AXO WHOiI JrjIAY CO.1-
- Ca.US. Daniel Ldwanls Isnowprepvred to exe
cute with peculiar facilities at his ratabltshmeat. No's 53
SO and SS Sew Levee and 87. 83 and 41 Fulton streets
Sew Orleans lllOS COPPER TIN 8IIEET-IRON-UUAS.S
MOULDING ilNIMUINO AND BLACK
Tills establishment In the following describeil work
challenges competition :
Chimneys Breeching htllls.
Juice Boies Fire Beds Ash Pans
Clariaers I'llterers Heaters
COPPER TIN AND PEWTER WORMS ror Distille-
ries: and SHEET IRON PII'K.
t37 Planters and Others Interefttal wnuM 1n v11 M rll
and examine my STEAM TRAISis forthe manufacture
The new Captain-General of Cuba Is happy In his
domestic relations ought to be for he found to Ms
agreeable surprise on his landing SlCp.OOp to Iris
Credit at the Hnanlih ilanlr nf HatranY nVreil lhr
by the nude of his Oondesi who had'eharep of the
sugar estates tie property of tho lady In th(s lj-
The Secretary of the Treasaary refuses to pay mem-
bers mileage and salary though appropriated on tho
ground that no evidence of membership exists till a
Spetker'l certificate Is furnished.
UIIV4B HWMV. UM ftSUlU NIC SlUHSC UtlS JIUfc re-
fusedtopsss the 11111; theilnal voto was 13 for and
25 against the Dill not a two-third vote but not
until It was amended by Mr. Henderson of Harris
requiring the Directors to hold the earnings of the
said road and apply them exclusively to the pay.
ment of the Texas erectors ft h.9 have horelofore bqilt
the road. Yon will recalled that nearly all the tub-
coritf nctora who did all grading on said stoad fur.
pIshed the ties and Messrs. Kyle Jt Terry for con-
structing a part ot the road have not been paid and
Xf. 1Tnit..An'a itnAnn..nt vmmI.h 11. tt.. T
&... ..... ... .. w ................. ....H...O Ml. .UO U.-
the utmost dlspatei. DANIEL EDWARDS
and !7 !9 and f"
No'sii so and SI Sew Levee.
' ulton St.. S ew Orleans.
a- Tj s rr i n k s'
CIXMSOX CUAP2IAX st CO. f(
scccessoas to l
S. (IIllaWULII A CO. "" j
AlAXCrACTCXXES OT fe."
GULLCTI'S PATENT STEEI BHU1I
STATIOSAUY AND TORTAIILE STEA51 ENGINES
Portable. Clrcnlar Savr-Irlllls
CIIAl'MAS'S PATEST COTTON PRE"
ShaWng and rullcys. Engine aiidTWoCKl Lathes
Drills Wood and Iron-PIa1Jeraand Irons
- f .
Also ilralera In all descriptions of Plantation Machinery
snd Machinist Tools ntclailnf
CEXTOIFCCAl. ORAMIa VVM1'
Grist SJIIb FrenduBttrrIiII StonesSewell Ccttan
-bOTW&fclicuIari'aws Cln Saws'Steelfeto;
These Gin Stands araof the superior patent; formerly
made by our Mr. B. B.tOuUetiwttenamcsibcroftlie
Brm of Messrs. anllcit QUdntyi Co. of AMnlteu Mlsv
and are especially dlsljtgiuahcd for combining great Cut'
THEVTMEVT OF I)1SKSEH OF THE KYK
So. 1C9 St. Charles street opposite Lafayette Square. V nlng speed with a much improved sample. ofJCotton. en-
. IEV OltLliV.'VH. hanclng Ita value from X tot cent per pound. ritce: 45
:..-... .-... ! . .r --.-" rzrAUMnrfflcaloDorauonHimon the kvk tt.nsn o . - .
reciors snail appiy mo proceeds oitne road tothe mih arCATAItAtlTii sdBiNTINO hoinSinVr-i v"""
payment of those creditors who have been so long StriKIClALEYE.etcr ' 1urtta BcbgthomaaufwturcrsprlnclFallyof
aeiaycu in iiajriucus. aucro u a prooaoiuiy mat tne
BUI will be reconsidered and btssed Jn that form.
To-morrow the Bill regulating the duties of State En-
gineer Is the special order of the. day and It will pa
determined whether that o Ulcer will be continued. If
ths officer Is retained I thlnlr. Capt. Gray or your
city will be elected although I And that the raclfio
naUroaitlnaaericesareagalnslhlo Tu-. Ilaynlehas
been appointed Euperlntenilcut of Ihe Blind by Ilia
Trustees. .t "
Mr. J. Van Nostrand has VMn appoinled Superlq
tepdent of the lleaf ana Dumb Asylum by the Trns-
tf es. tie was the former encumbent. So appoint-
ment has yet been "made of Plate Geologist and It Is
not yet known whether a change wlll.be made or not.
If a rli.n.. I.t.a htr..n. AlnA.d Af ITah.Ik. ..Ill
ir ' ' ' J ware and ell arlirlAa Ver.t
S uL .I. n..i v. ... ..... Hoitb. which thevcanandarodetprmtaKl to mil fur rah
a t .'. .;. fcSS: ... ?..i '.i Iu 'yr H"r 'amel " WProved papef at Horttera Wholesale prieea iiUiui Conner It boas' Types
clatlBJIMhoUuayiRrBffltfeliirntaJ ( Kpenwof frSght' 9 ' Vmf ornow(itUcer.UperpoS
SS' Hoard can bo had en tha nrcmlaaa at nv .nm.
Ms rates. marl-wlr;
"" J A. LCM & CO "'
NEW URLKASS OAHR1AOE WAREHOUSE
Ao"H3Gralerauill3 Union sU
XoppoelU tho St. Charles Hotel.)
CAUIUAtiKS AM) II AHXl!i Of every description
always on hand ; also a complete assortment of coach
Trimmings and Coach Hani ware. marU-wlv
EB. WIIKELOCK A CO.. Wholesale Druggist
So.sJMagailne Street Sew Orleans opposite
tho Arcade Hotel havo on hand a very large and com-
plete stock ot freak Drugs. Chemicals. Paints Oils Glass.
rucies cepi in similar eaiaouaumenta at the
Our o vn Alactun.
ery.'we are enabled to thoroughly adapt 1ttaastatii
usO and Mechanical purpose and to furniAhlt.ta.onreos-
lomcrs upuu uio morn lavorauie terms. ..
All articles sold orXurslahcd by us will befu
g3r Offlce and SaIearoomt3 St. Charlos. Manuractcry
117 aad US Tchoupltoulas street
nov.l-wtm MEW 0RLEAS3.
aKOHUE II. VI.VTEX-So. 105 Poydras Strttt
(between Camp and St. Charles streets S ext door to
tho Picayune Omce.) Sew Orleans Presses Types Inks
Paper Cards and Furnishing of everydcscriptloi.
Agenta for the sale of Robt. Hoe A Co's Preascss and
Old Type taken in. exchange
DR. SlUCEL BEraOLDS
THE DXEIVALED CANCER DOCTOR.
1st now permanently locmteX tX
So. 103 GniTler Ptrrr! "Vcw Orleans.
HEcrtaCnccnSaJd neodivWnitrsawfiniB. Sdreo
UksoreveirtlMcripUon ana Bono Felcailathe
6HoUC3ttlmff. a ctoliensrathfl Medical facnHTot Ui
United States and Europe to excel Itfs ceres.
CUABLKS J. STEVEVS
ITllSUKAVEl-T Camp street near Common 7fev
li Orleans. Ba3lDe&i&QdVhIliaE(ArdKotarulsUtl
iioJco bftlK Views of llTilMIaRi ilachlneTX Ac Kb-
XTsHlnonWooJt Copper and fctetl of everj JescrlpUoii.
Ao. The tatacrlber Is duly autiioriied to receiTe or-
ders for the unefiaalled CTampagnes of ilessrt iSoet A
tvettafcCoCofniacan(I tar choice Claret of Mers.Fw
toanrportla the U&itctlbtatu.
Attci alwiyi on sand at the itore of the nztitnlxa
fa 3. WOLF J.
&. TreLTr.. ... ........ ........ o.
Landing Jefierson City (near Sew OrleanaJ wUX at
unu toinasaiesoi Aareniocaoi every ucsenpuon.
A Co Qalveatoa : II. S. Caldwell. lL.nur.jre A Co
ONDHUTnEDiBECTiosor doctors cnopriN
JITO. ala Caronaotet street between Oirod tnd Julim
fi. ' A streets. Xew Orleans.La.
aims ISSTITUTIOS U new open for the special Sor-
i ileal Treatment ot MI dcformlllM of Ue body
boticonndfiltilandaeijiilreri such aa Wry Sect. ClaS-J
IWLUUIll4IIUt ASiatVaUULAj UJ. SaUO i3tHT Di iIUUIU
Auchrloaii llAtocaUoos Contraction from Bans
V rnmaiS. etc BmcI&I ttenttcra wUJ &!so m paid ta ths
KADI UAL CUiiE of Hernia. Veslco Vassal Flstola
lUtr-U? ana Cleft Palate and the treatment of all dis-
ease of thaQenltsu-Urlnarr organs.
KvciyUentJVmpiId to the comfort and welfare of the
ttTiltt mvtutiii rVnm 1 lr 1A rwrV
Stives. .... $1 Ao do.
Uperatlona charged extrv
AIIarpHcaUoiia-orletteisshoatii be uMreawd to
DKIS. CUUsVl'lN Jt SOHUI'l'KRT
Xo. 113 Carondelet Uroct. New Orlrana
IviKSfhonrfitroin 1 io9t.m. rmii.wtlT
Foretell Domestic Staple Commeatial and
s- f.f. AiiKXatS yxva is
Offltfj CoortSf 11a nkj. Insurance Companirs
MerchantSjSttramboat Country Dealera Ac-
JOB PStlXTVTG A2TI SO'QK -ECP2y7.
TITO Printing Offlce and Coot Blnderx belonn to
the establishment and belag la the game taJMing. enatx.
ns (from oar long experience) to render aatisiactloa to our
patrons. In glrtzig them the Terr best of vrort at jc?
ahortest possible notlce.and on the most reasonable- tenu.
lAte addiu3iis and mcIer lmprorme&U to Pr'nuns
Ofilce and Blank: Book Marmfactnrlng Department p acc
ns in a posltloa to do any description of Printing Km -h
and Binding to any desired paOera or style: andxt-n t
ally an work to be dona In a manner not taLacxtx.u.4.
- Ifo.64Campm4tand75aDLkP m.
Niv OttxualsS Julrv 1383. ffmMtrm ff
lUSSOLlTIOX OF COPAHTXEBSU1P
TJ1E Copartnership heretofore exl. tins taUa cay
der the name and style of J. Yxut Jb ferrr s
General Stationers Job Printers aatBooat ifcodtrs cat
tliattlral on the Uth of Fctniary la dt tbe wUharawai
Of ilf.0avn Fklt. DAVI1 FtXl.
n a stjsx&s
THE nnilershraeil hava formed CopartDerslup an t
tnenameanUstrla or 11. U. bTKTSOS CO -thaparposeof
conducting a.(Jeaeral:tatiooery 6ikjics.
hsdudlDe Job IMntmsr and Eook: Blaoant at L.e ...u
Standi Sos 34 Camp strectaul 7 Bank Place.
WII.U.VJI H. SICK
PAUI. J. UUKI3TUS
Saw Oauuss. July 1st. 13iK. Jmi30-ia
CHiS. F. TEBLAXDEK
RccelTlas A; ForTrartUnjj iUcrclAant
rOTDRAi 5TKKET SEVT OiaKASS
Particular attention paid ta lha.XE!Da; of orders and Ite
telvlns; and Jorwardln alerchandlse. rjaanrwij
DKAKIh KLELYffOBT SvCOUEJ
Liberal cash advances made on coaaljra meats of CdtiL.ii
tdthe above firm ry
sepis-wtw sm T. XL. McilAUAS & CILBEET
itASOrACTURED lacverr vartetv and stvi-. aau
sold at treatlf reduced prices by
TAKBELL & -vrritAS
St Central street Boston
CSncneaort to K. 1'. Josrss 3c Co
H. Alo-Th Jones Eoraer recently Improved glvea
mortDrht aad consumes less on thaa-any other "kerc-
sent" or Cosl Ottlinrner nunnfartnrcd. (aovU-rlr
fTtmStmdershmed offers for sate this snnerlor Dodyof
E REILLY & CO.
lat.rt.w.r'. CA.Ydt STREET .'.126
rirroaTxas or m-
FKK.NCI! AJiD BRITISH BEY GOODS
Keep constantly en handV alaree stock of Orals snltaM
for t?Arttrnd l'LAaTAiioiSiaaawiAa whits
tne? will scn.cn reasisabla terms.
. POISCT & CO.
JLOUK DEAIiEISS A COMMISSI OS lUCBCJlASTS
Corner or i-nltoa and lMsTe4tee.
1 land r will sell the land alone cr would Dreer a
the entire property on the place conalstlas; at MOT acres of
iaau sriia souu ya nram aaomiaa t wa&er au uto unpzoTv
mtnts aew aad good ; COO acres la ths Held tho rail ready
to fence J00 acres more: 81 very Hiely Segroes between
30 andtO head of Males and Horses rose very good Ken-
cocky Jack ; lio head of Cattle ; SO head IIos ; Corn and.
rocder. Tools &c. All of this property will bo-sold and
possessloa ttven by tha Erst of Jaanary next.
Price 7acoctta seven yearrr payments. Address
J. R. KOBiDS Sosad Top- Post mVcc.
deelj-wtf Payetta county. Texas.
I filLT MerLDDTG PlSSr-PlETlSlS AC.
! TTIstrccelTedoallanniictiatrj account an! for sale
tl wholesale and retail
fid) feet Gilt Monldlfis'- axstirtad ?
U dozen Pasaa-partants. assorted sizes aad st) lea.
A heaatlfol article for framing Photographa.
Oil Prints Encavlnfs
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